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I THE SUN, MONDAY, OCTOBER f 1899. 0 'IflflH
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I luw mil MEASUREMENTS.
, i vim '" siiamuock mr.r. he
,., r n J' i'i: to-ua t.
I it.,.. I I liter t m lilHiiif-M I'll tho Amrrlinn
limit nt lb" V"rl W,,H" ,,el1" nl"1
I lh I riend "' "' hnllencer-Hrr-I
,, .,oil Snl1 ll,r 1'"1' 1,rn,,"'
-n ,-fi"l1i thotTolniinntlcforllio iiicn-
I i ui i i will he performed thii tnortiinir
I wi.i i "i" vn'ri.m Juliii Hjul'il'. mensuior of
he Vw " k -iclit I lull, passes Ids steel at
t.i,: ho i nt and tleekH o( tlio hiilloiiKor ,
ntl l ',', ii ler lor this put doss nml to simplify
,n .i , .,.. lui: Jnines A. l.ar;rehcit will rally
tin. in iunst"W tho Shamrock from tho I ne
II,. , whom ho now lien, to th HrookDn
N ,rl Thre alio will bo Ihmliid In Jim
., by I . k ..eeuplodby lir nal. the (.ol
u, , Measurer Hyelopirill I'.'m hi I110"
BIm ..no ..-k nml expects t.llirtli tin work
,,, ,,'iri noon. Tim result of his mea.ur
m,., i. will determlno tho tiim'.il.'ai)ceiTnleli
on. ,- 11 have to cive the other. J,1 Bf."'
,r, vpeeted tli.it Hi- t'..Uiint.l. will bo tlio
ro ..- of wliBtfVoranoii.inPoUllKUred.ii8
,h. isthouuht to hnv .1 -mill -r "'"In. lenirtli
At tlio .l..ek wIi.'ia M''" boat lie n work
,, ...n N't' !' '"'" e,ew' rm"1 ,R
', earned ical '""' tll"r l,sri1 labor ' '.'ol"
l, , tlio I. nit ui. ler bodies. At the New
"ni'lit ' ui' li -nt". In Madison avenue.
He ,.n)i' I'I'" nn I h. Nieliolson Kant, chnlr
,in I Hi- Hu'itla Committee, wore busy
en. 1. 1 nt t' i'1" Q"" "' sma" ',"HI, "mt
, mil n 'le cuiun. International match,
-win li ii, '- '.. 'iinriow
M.r '-iiii in.inv visitors nt tlio llrook
, i , ii.l drvilmk. tor tho simple reason
Until I .I'I"' iviiM mitenlii niliiilttnnce to
ti, i, . iiicioiit miolo.ure. Those wlio hail
' lli, inc.- r "' at-', us on Hi1 bosrt'sllnes. how-
lA i ii. f '" ' ilitinui-diod I'-ilty of ynchts
n , i , ,r I,eiui c.ime down from New
;,',., i., Hi i-nder St. Michaels, brlnrlnit
a f. iv fi . i. - 'i 1 1 1 1 bun.
ivvtfn . Hutiei Duncan. Jr, Herbert C
jfoK N..uliir 1 horni'. Woojbuiy Kane.
v,y ' ii and rtliur Iti'lin They had
lit i ,! Uk- -ivy in! onl) n short time be
jnre linen nieuil era of lh lloral Ulster Vaeht
fhili Hi. II mi Seeiotarv lluzh 0. Kelly, Vlce
lonimol'ie sli.irmiiii ( lawford and II. Mac
iii.i mil- ii'teaied Tim foreiancis wore
Inirotluel to 'he Anierii-un ynchte
nl,.,, . ,l handt went down In tho
ln n t" i ! Mm Columbia'n underbodr
l I, , f.a: 1 she wat a line boat.
amlwvi" loud in tho pralie of her Unci, but
wotii'l ""' .'..inmit thomnelvi'Hto anyecpret-
i, not ".mi iiisi.nof tlio defender and clial-
Mi I-clin and luc frn'inlt, except Leeds and
Dm, in. then went to thu KriP Ilasln on thciit.
Mili.ivst hue n look at the Shamrock. Uun
l.in in nt home. vi hlli' l.et'dt piloted the forelsn
del. c.itimi to the Latin by meana of the trolley
Nnijl i ..ntructor Uoivlet and Lieut. Mll
hcamieiu ami'iie tho party around the Co
lui. l.i.'ihdrydnck. They measured the yacht
I ,i Mum! own Information
'I h-ii- iris ii lucriowd nt Ilrlo ll.nlu all day
loin ml the Shamrock wai freely criticised
uniljij'jsoftejiJiraise'J. Sopie whottivher
tliojjht tint she wo.Md not win a nco. while
c i lit-rrf v, fie ol the opinion that she had n uood
oh mee to 'lift till! Clip." , ...
It i . ined to be the. iplnlon, lion over, that the
SI. inn Pk w hi I1 beat her iio.t when In beaiy
iiiii 'Hi" piunt on the I., t. Ides, which It
rrei'i, it I n the lid. Yiliieh is U'd. has dried
well mi. i it ,is tinoollint u'la. It has beon line
wmther li.i dmni: paint the lat few days
ndtliou wli.i ha had to cet the two yachts
rM.I) arepirticularlr pleaeed at havlnc been
mi f'iriiina'e The bronze under body of the
hi. unlock Is as smooth ,is it is possible to tti
it mil it shine like a mirror. It attracted much
(.ttriition and cinrv one prnleci it.
bate In the afternoon some water was Ut
intothe basin. Put alter it bad reached to the
lend of tho tlrst lironre plain th lloiv was
ft ippod 'llin water will be run In early this
t in.irintic and at luth wiitei. which Is ll-.'lt)
i. cloi'k. lli. t'stes n ill he . i in. d and the eht
lloit, I" i Tht fie Itwience ui'l then tow
Iter ' Mh Nan urij is c on us loth boats
lnvn ae-n inii.iiiioililiv will be towod to the
lliir-t'thui) and lemaln there until to-morrow
It twi- ru'iiored a'th" Vavy Y'ird yesterday
III it Designer lb rroholl may sail the Colum
.i In Hie I up races as lone as his strength
!tst. lie it n t a robust man nml It Is almost
a .irii,'.il iiupoisiblllty for him to handle a
wliee1 .lui iilt .in ontlro (.'up r.u'e He sailed
lh n:il.ini and Defender pnrt of the time dur
Idc their .'oiitels with the two Valkyries.
It is -lid i liar Cipt. Ilarr hisnotsstlsllcd Mr.
Iteliit Unit h . Is KettliiK all that can bo uot out
ol thttoluntbi when liesails her. and further
more, some u' Mr. Isellu's friends have urced
th" I h'j uf haiini; afull-lledued American sail
the boit Ilarr was born a Scotchman, but a fow
rears dsobecima a naturalized American cit
l7n Tho lieer Isle sailors of tho Columbia pooh
roolilh. i.lnithat tho boat cannot stand a Kale
of wind DiiHortlinui nmil yostenlay; "We all
liots the nd will blow so htrone thnt we will
li;u.' I" sink our tub "oopltiK topmast and take
ar-efiuour mainsail. If you think the Co
ltrii'.ii ina't tiavel in heavy weather you are
xry mu h mistaken No one on board of our
lojt is utr.n I the Shamrock in any kind of
wentli. r lllow Inch or blow low we feel that
e hum Ui- better boat "
'I lie in-rrtirtions to the captains of the ex
cursion Meanders, which wera iliawn up by
Ilait linbiey D Krans. I S N.. and npproied
I'l 'he 'lreasiiry Iiepartmeiit, have been
irmtelm i.uni.hlet lor in and aro Illustrated
hvilngrams Th" instructions are the same
as y ere i ruib'.l in Tin: Musafew days sko.
audthoyiell what the steamerH are to ilowhen
the lasliis are on dllTeient lacks The torpedo
itiitiatidtvienu cutters will form two lines
arid the rolLouiiL' lleet will bti ksnt at
1'ist ii.df n mile from tlie racing yachts
"lifii Ilia sloops are off tho wind crsat
cue will ho t.ikon to prevent any steamer
k; 'ting ah".i I ..f tliem nml ulvlnc a wash, which
Ji'.iymnnirsuncht ssalliiiK. If the weather
.? ",,' ""' "'''I'ueis will be kept further away
tlnnilihe iim.l Is heavy. These pamphlets
are to ho .listrihiited among the captains of
li." klenin.-i-. tint v Ii attend the races. Kvsry
J unjhai I "en i,.. tliat can be done to keep
tlioiw,r,,,.ar ,,,) If ,iel0 fH aliy nter'er
enoon th.. pint (,r the steamers the jaoht
races i, I.ei.istpnniHl and will be sailed some
11 without any notice being irlieli to tho pub-
Ihsrrsss tuca will be allowed "within the
'!; oncupiacedaiH. Tlmr will be prlril
e.rJt'.i; .nsii.-ai tlmcomin'tliiL' yachts as the)
roieii.e ,,ut,.i. an 1 torpedo boats. There
wi. t.aniial..ni..ron ,.,,cli press tug, which
"i 'hl i.i) .i apeci.il Hag furnlshod by tho
I 'Ike Wi.siwrii r moil ,.ablii boat, towing tho
i Mi"nner 1 i ((llr. iismiI out Sandy
iima y.itr,' it ,., , ruing '', schooner 1s to
u-dsatn ji.uili ..ftlcedurlL : the yacht
' shi- wi i i," anehuiod near the Bandv
. ..". .tht-lnpiiii I will diplav n large elga
A I iiike. H. ,.. rn I nion Ti'legiunb (Mice "
L i .,',' ','.' ' 'H'Mit) tlnr lioatHiiftlio Amur-
ii, ', '"'V..)1 '" ,'1''1' l"'t '" Plubboubs at
,' 1 . 'Ihiity-'o'iiih street. South llrook-
J,iir"'.'."!.,v '"' ri"," '"rn parade and sail
sn J'P'titi.. i p ;ni ' owners of the bt-
I if.r1""'' '" " '' ' ''' "luinnijore Jiimes II.
j n'.e ne,, , ( ,u ,',,,, ''.r were heart-
I iAI."'Y'! ' v "i" shinno-k'K skipper who.
T..I..1"' "'"' "'" '-n- one of tho model
JSml!',' '"" I"" ale on ficlentlllc lines.
ffi;", t ii -uprise. They orlulcally -
lnt.!...V" ' " '" '" 'l"d inanlfi'stod much
merest 1n t
v- K. hii.I.tI.Mi li SfB tlie Vnelit ltacrs.
"'lUtah anlorbilt and a party of friends
"col, ,i i his big steam acht Valiant to
JM ami w, . , , u to Tompklnivills. It Is
tliilrm!?1' ' '''' lemain on the boat until
i Jil . rh "' fln'shed. and tlisy will
tier, r V. ' '" ' l Hiartt-iis at Tompklnsville
Th, Ir..,,.,., , ,, i.Ut!Ct VM) wM1 bo thn
' u i '" '""''sciitntlvo in tlio National
r"'y "ti I . i.ue. This nas dnelded at a
1 j , !" '' 'I ague, hold In Wendolkon's
, "tl. Usr, r-mneuui., on Saturday night.
"'KIl'i , .. c,f t10 Dreadnauclit Club.
I". Jr. "." V1 S,''lr nrul th8 llrl(1eoton.
1 tain.' i un mbcishlp wero refused.
t "' 'I" ' ' ilia' the circuit should In
tlni'l '.!.' immelv, Camden, Twenty-
ati'lil,,.. ' ' "."". I'liilsdelphia. llrittol
I'Kai i,.'.r '''"MiliMlle Club was expelled
It wi i '"' with the regulations
r,,. i, '" '"I th it no team of the league
ai.ni , i ' ' ""' iPtm h.nlneon Its rolls
t him . ,i , 'u' ,0 t 'ayor 'there will bo de
li inn ' lr"asiiir by each team n cor
"" 1 1.. ' ; , w"! will be fsrfeited by
o.,l' ' ' tho rules aro not strictly
II 'i'l'".'!!.' ' ' "nnaylvanla Illcycle Club,
in. , " " , '.s,.i..cted Mco.I'resldenttollil
' i h ,. , ,' ' "l", "f Npw York : JIoN'ally
'"ir-i ., ' "' Drlstol were appointed
'i lu'e for the season In all
. in . " s i ne "cage" game will bo
1 . I ii' is luuinileil on tho sides
tn ,, '"tt'ng mi Hint at no time is
S" -t, ' 'Hids The Tweuty-thlrd
ksav, . ,. ' ' mi triieliinu' mombvr. The
' u Nov. -i
MUX DAT OTf TUB DIAMOND.
Cincinnati and St. Loula Win from Chicago
Cincido. Oct, l.Blx hundred shivering en
lliuslasta saw the Clnolnnatls defeat ths boms
team today. The same was played In a drlz
rllnc rain, and, aside from the Holding of Euer
lleld and Green and the batting of Wood, was
lacking In features. Both pitchers did poor
work The score:
ISICAOO. I IIKCIXMITI.
it. m, to, k. r. n. h. ro. a. r.
iieni. If l a rt o u Ilarrelt. if. J o 1 n o
Langs, cfi . .o o 1 I oCrmwfonLcf.o onto
1 1 . nil, lb .ii :i r o litribaeta, If 1 o a o o
Urrtti. rf 10 2 o o llci.-s.lty. Hi, I 1 7 o 1
Mci'iu'k 3b.o ii S 1 Corcoran, 2bo 0 2 10
liradlor, .lb li I 2 o u Irwin, nb.. 2 I s .1 u
Maioun.as.il (i s 2 0 Knerncld. aa2 1 II 5 1
riianra, e. . o u r, 2 1 Wood, c... o n r, o o
Jsjlor, p,. ..1 2 0 1 O Cronln.p.. .0 (10 4 2
lolals, ... U 27 8 a Totala . .. 7 ITaTu 7
Chlrago.. . . t 0 1 O 0 0 tl O 13
Cincinnati ..100 0 14UO 17
Firat base by errors Chicago, 2: Cincinnati, 1,
Lett on l.afs Clilrairn. r.; Cincinnati. 6, Daaeson
lialla-UrZlailor. ill off Crouln. 2. Btiuok out Ily
Tailor, a by Trunin, 2. 'lliraa base hit Irwin.
Vwo.base hlla Oroen, Ciaritt. Wood (2). Baerlflc
lilt Craw ford. Double playa Corcoran, KbarQabl
mid Hockley: Kbsrfiebl anil llecLUy (21. Hit by
liltcher-lly Taylor, I. Cmplrea-O'Dayand Ijitham.
Time 1 hour and 40 minutes.
HT. I OUIH. t! : CLKI Et.ANI). 3.
St Loi'iH. Oct. 1 The Bt. Louis team de
feated ths (Tevelands to-day by a score of 4 to
fl. I'p to the last half of the sixth Inning not a
lilt had baon secured by either side, then Don
I In started off with a homer to left eentre.
Harper twirled n fine gam, but did not re
crlvo proper support. Only 1,700 persons
weie present. The score:
ST. IOCIS. ILITILIND.
n. s. ro, a. r, r. r. ro, a. v.
Donlm, ct .1 1 a o o Dowu, cf .n 1 o u o
lllak. rf . I il 1 o II llarley. If ..0110 II
Ilurteil, lf.,2 2 2 I o Hullliaa. Sb.l () 1 M u
Hchreck. lb..o Ul.i o 1 neaphlll, rto o 0 0 o
Cross, ab 0 li :i 4 o Kiueeer. ,1b.2 o o 1 o
Wallace, ss o u 2 6 o I.ocklica.l, .o 10 2 0
llnrk,,, 2b li 1 1 2 (I CnlllH'w'rlbo 1 12 o a
IIupIow, i ,.0 o 2 o o Duncan, o. .00400
Hudliofl. p.. o u t) s olUriirr.u 0 0 0 4 0
Totals.. 4 4 27 15 1 'Total J 3 4 24 10 3
81. Loul 0 0 O 0 O 2 0 2 ..4
Cleveland o I o 0 o o O o 23
Home run Donlln. Twobaaa lilts Collirlower,
Lorkhsad. Tlirer-basa Jilt liurkett. SarriOce lilt
llurke. llasf s on balls off HudhofJ. fit off Harpsr. 2.
Double play Crosa. Wallace suit tienraek. Struck
out by Duuhorr, 1: by Uarper, 4 ttol"n ba.sa
Hchreck, rlillllvan. lilt by pitched ball Burlow.
Itmplres Ilrannan and UcDunald. Time 1 hour
and 20 mlnutea.
i ?i si S &i pyfy, si si ? 87?
Ciuea. fr ?!il8 SI? ? S f ST "
:js -I; fh MJ
Brooklyn. . I (n H 4 f-7H 111 HI B UI 14 ua
l'hlladel'la I a. 1 7 10 u fl aioij 12.8H
Huston.. .' nl 2. i 7 io r.i w lo 7 izl ii'h7
Haltimoro r,i M 7 . I t) 4 ol n ulllii 71 12 81
St. Iiuls. ' 4 7 0 II I i J 111 1HH2
Cincinnati ' ' 4 t r.1. o1 e'lOi h, 10 77
Chicaao.. .1 r.i ' 7 r. ti bi. .' c 71 t i27i
Louisillla i B 7 a 7 6 6, 4 . I C 7 121 10,70
I'ittsburK. I II il 4 a a 7i T . 7 11 11,70
Ntw Vork I 1 4 21 4 4 r.i HI 7 '...! 5 18'7
Washinetoa 1 2 2! .1 n ill I) 3 3l S ... 10 41)
Cleielaud.. J. J!'J. J. Ji J.1J!.' 1' 1 "' I30
Oamaalost 43 M S3 6nB2iH4,70J72l72 HI 82I1281...
at wiLLiausHuno a. a.
n. h. k.
w ni.biirg A. Aoooonoooo o in
Nortlnals u 11 2 1 0 :i 2 3 x 11 12 o
llattarlra Bovre and !Ia'isers;BttebfCk&ndMeysr.
AT aKEILT OKOL'M'a.
a. w. r.
PerlbAmbeyA 0..2 0 10 0 2 2 0 0-7 K 4
Bkellys . 20001002 3 B H 4
batteriea llninmulltr and Martin; Rrrker and
at jrnsr.T citt.
a. h. x.
.lor.pya ooooono -U4r,
Syracuse u O o 1) rl 2 I) 08 r. n
llatterlea Itochslle and Illckay; fljui, McLean
StarA.C ...20000000 2-4 7 1
roughkeepsie onooiooo o-t 4 2
llattcrlsa Qilroy and Wiley; Kennedy and Stan
hope. At Empire Orounds Brighton A. I'., 1 9 ; Emptrai.t.
At Illdzewood-Uoward A. 0., fi; Uaujar A. C, 2.
Herorda or the New Tark and Brooklyn
The Indications are that Keeler will lead the
batting list of the Drooklyns at the close or the
champlopshin soaton by a cood margin. It
Capt. Keller keeps on finding the ball as he
has dona recently he Is likely to finish second.
While Grady Is at his home In Philadelphia
nursing his injured log, Oeorge Davis slumped
so badly in his stick work that Mlko has re
gained the lead In the New Yorks' batting
column. The records follow:
riavtri. Gamii. All II 1H tit 3H HR Ml Sll Ata.
Hill ..2 C12O100O .400
Kraler .130 r.34 131 203 13 13 1 40 111 .880
Killer ..133 COO 103 107 1U 15 0 32 10 .334
JionoTan 4 12 2410010 .S8B
McOulre.. 40 142 U 16 II 40 a o ,R17
Dalr ...131 470 HH141 32 S H .800
Farrell . 74 23tt 85 ni) V 6 2 7 1 .2U2
Jennings. B.I lb3 Si U II o 15 u .2ho
Jones . 115 3l) 73 113 II S 2 in 1 .21
Dahlrn 11B 421 84 11.1 20 7 4 28 4 .2rW
WrlKky... 7 2d 8 7 1 3 ll I 1 ,2rt8
Andtraonlio 411 r.u loll 17 6 4 u 8 ,23
Casey 123 CIO HI) 1114 18 U 1 23 fl .2113
Dunn . 4U IIS 20 2W 4 10 1 8 .2.12
Hughes . 81 104 18 25 4 2 0 1 3 .240
Kennedy, sn ion 13 23 4 3 ll 1 2 .233
Ytaiter. 23 47 12 II I) 1 O II 1 .1D1
McJamei. 87 101 8 10 2 10 1 O .1711
Hack ... s im 2 s 1 o n o o ,ifl7
lleldy .1 oo oooooo .uoo
riawrt. Gani'i. Put Out. A$iitli, Srrori. Aia.
Kesler 1.10 162 14 4 .WHl
Jelllllllits 65 S7U n7 12 .1(72
Kelley 133 2K7 2 J1 .'!
Anderson. ,lln 510 an 18 .
Dunn 40 20 72 a .nfl.8
jnui-s w3 let u 7 .was
McOulre 40 122 52 M .5B
1-srrcll 74 22il los 18 ,U47
Uucbi-s si in m r. .B4I
Uahlail 118 277 4on 45 .u.m
Beck 5 II 1H 2 ,2S
Yeauer 2.1 21 1.0 rt .1122
MrJaiuaa .... 87 M 74 7 ,.'o
DaIj- 131 811 413 87 .MS
Kennedy 88 IS HI 7 .004
Casey 12 1 15 215 50 .8HU
Wrlnley .... 7 in 17 r. .ji7h
Donovan 4 I r. 1 .857
Hill 2 O 3 1 ..10
l'.eidy 1 0 0 0 ,ooo
At lint. Hunt. H'Ui llitt. Atirmnt.
Brooklyn .. 4.5P7 827 1.322 .288
Opponents .1,640 bl 1.217 .208
I'llt Out. Atltrtt. Erfort, Axtraat.
Brooklyn 8,638 1,79't 0o ,47
Olipouenta 3.418 1,;U 850 .W30
NEW TOIIK DATTISO.
llaurri.aaiafi.AII It 1H tit Sit IIH SH Sll Aea.
lirady. 87 817 sn luS 1 2 17 5 .381
Ilavis. . I'rt 3IIS (13 121 1 2 1 28 4 .8211
Beymmir . 42 I3'i '.'O 43 3 2 2 2 5 .30H
1'niitel . 81 2l 4". Hli 12 U 3 I .SOU
l..I . IIM 4IU ' 1 127 14 7 2 27 3 .303
lllil-ll wo r.2w mi )0 18 K 8 21 3 ,30J
V llallienllo 567 1011 Ull 23 2 I 27 I .202
WiUon HI !IOt 45 K'l ill It II 11 6 .2811
Warner . HO 22 37 71 7 1 o HI 4 .271
Wondiurr.. HI 20 4 7 II 2 II I) II .'JrtU
Martin . 17 65 5 14 2 O 0 1 0 .266
Olea.ou. 131 63-. 64 132 I.I 6 II 24 4 .2111
tlelllg . 8(1 K7 d 21 II (I II K 0 .241
Dolirur. 8I1H) 13 2d 2 O II 2 O .2IIU
llaitman.. 61 174 2 88 1 6 1 8 I .218
turning . 10 32 2 it ll O O 1 1 .88
Cinl.k . 42 120 7 1U 2 I (I I 6 .161
.l.ilinsioii .1 I ii ii ii ii o o o .(ion
llarom. .. -'I 4 o oooooo .000
; luirt. Guiti. 1'ut On'. Jiiulkj.'rron. Air'ar.
.lobustoi 1 o I n I""1'
W.iodruO ... HI H 2 II 100T
Doile 1011 1054 l 28 ,li7
Warner 80 311 123 HI ,B'U
Kn-ter 81 101 12 6 .858
Dtvll . .. H'l 274 3H4 88 ,U47
Van llaltren. ..14(1 254 2h in ,84H
Olrasoll .... 131 37H 440 61 .841
Firming ... 10 13 .1 I .841
(Vilrlen No 268 44 24 .823
Wlbon . . 81 38.! 130 44 .821
(lY.dV 87 1P1 I'll) "' .801
Cirrlck 42 11 I'S 12 .887
Hartnian 61 68 105 2.1 .87'!
Bevmour 42 42 84 2.1 .M48
Mnrtlu 1" 21 3B 13 .832
Donenr.:..:.:... 4 1.1 7.1 SI .(.
Oaronl 8 0 4-' .807
At lint. Runt. Ball ill. Jcrmar.
Hew York" ...4.728 8S 1.31M .2711
Uppouenta.. .4,00 708 1,312 .282
Put Out. Alfttt. Errnrt. Axtrnot.
York '1.678 1.858 Biia .831
Opponents 3.578 l'.Oa 333 .842
Ilasebnll (lames To-dny.
JUTIONiL IKAODS AND AMSBICAM ASIOCIATIOH.
Haw York at Boston; Brooklyn at Baltimore; Pitts
burj stBt. Louis; Loulsvllls at Chicago.
IVynoo the National A. O. Cliamplon.
William 11. Wynne, the captain of the track
team of the National A. C. of Brooklyn, won
the final events In the club's annual point
enuips. which wero concluded yesterday at
Jlaspeth. Henry I.. Hope. Jr.. was n good sec
ond and Charles I). Ilubb, who has developed
into adorer sprinter, was third. The game;
were woll contested throughout tho season and
havo added union to the club's prestlco and
FLYERS ON THE SPEEDWAY.
v.mcAQO, nosTos asi vuir.ADKif
1'IITA 110HIK31ES KKfltl'.SKSTr.l).
C. K. O. Hillings Here with n Car Full of
Fait Trotters-Uunips Will Come from
Leilngton-.)bli Bliepard'a Skilful Drive
with Alvss Little l'ast llnrrfoot.
l'hlladelphla, Boston and Chloago, as woll as
New York, were represented In the speed
parade on the Harlem ltlrer'drlveway roster
dar. 0. K, O. Hillings nt Chicago, owner of the
champion wagon horse. Dumps, 'J:10', was
out behind the bay trotter franker. 1! 'Jl l.
that metropolitan horsemen saw on tho Speed
way many times last spring. John Bhepnrd,
tho foremost of lloiton road riders, was the
guest of Nathan Straus and drove tho latter'
brown gelding Cuprum, '-M'-!1.', one the crack
three-year-old trotters of lKDrt. Charles Chip
man of tho l'hlladelphla contingent had his
speedy little bay trotter Jack Miller. i!il74.
hooked single, and cut a wide swath In the
longssrlesof brllllantbrushes which enllvoned
the morning hours I'.arly visitors to Bpeedway
1'ark saw another Chicago horse of note, the
black trotting gelding. J. 1). 1).. 2.10V, owned
by II. M. Noiton. This horse was one of the sen
sational trotters of the Western campaign last
year, coming out crsen and gaining a record
of '-!:i:i' In the first winning race of his
career. This year he has not dono as well, al
though his resord dropped from 2:12' to
2:10'i ntonoof the (Irand Circuit meetings.
W. W. Seamans held tho relin over the hand
some black fellow yesterday.
Jack Miller took the shine off halt a do7en or
more trotters and pacers of note before he left
the road. One of them was Isaao Hopper's bay
pacing gelding Lucre 'J: 18 '4. tho half-brother
to8oarchllght,2:0J,4. Another was John Don
loy's bloodlike grny trotter Olcnmere Hoy.
2:14m. ono of ths beat ones that over came
from Orange county. Tho lattor made a stub
born contest for the lend, but finally broke and
was beaten by the rapld-galted littlo bay from
the ljuaker City. Larlyintho morning Chip
man started Jack Miller In a, brush with the
old bay trotter Monroe Wilkes. 2 17'. driven
by Jerome Whelpley to a pneumatic cart. The
Philadelphia horse drew a wagon with two
men aboard, but his t,psil was such that ho
beat the Wilkes horse hull a Isugth between
the bend and the bridge, n diatanoo of about
half a mile. In another sharp brush Jnck Miller
held his own with I'. II Clark's buer littlo bay
pacer. Little Barefoot, 'JilH'i. one of the speed
iest sldewheelers on the road.
Little Barefoot scored a great victory by
keeping her noso In front of the former ulirun
pioa, ltobert J, 2:1)1 H. In a somewhat unequal
trial of speed. Lewis ( Tnwksbury diove
ltobert to a high-wheel wugon, and the match
less little campaigner wat not seen at his best
to this hi tori Barefoot hooked In with him
about a quarter of a mile above Washington
Bridge. and the two little pacers, nut up a spirited
ooutest as they sprinted away to the south
ward. Tewksbury drove ltobert for all he was
worth, but the gtlding seemed unable to
handle the extra weight and head tho mnre.
Theformerohnmplouof paoerdom had another
liard-foii"ht contest earlier In the dny. This
time hi- '' 1 onent was the big-caltcd little bay
trotting gelding Toga. 2,24', di lien by Trainer
Andy Wilkinson to a ramshackle high-wheel
cart. Toga went over tho ground at a groat
rate when he got a-gnlng and halt-way down
the upper stretch bad his head and neck in Irout
of the horse that set tho world's record at 2 .01 '..
Going up the hill to tho bridge tho pacer
forged to the front, however, ancl stayed thera
to the end of tho brush Wilkinsons trotter
fared better when he weut after smaller game
than ltobert J. In a brush with the little bay
trotter Ha.el. 2:2-P; Melville llovnton's gray
mnro Brunhllde. 2.10'i ; John It Kelm's four-
5 ear-old imcer Hlster liudd. by Potential, and
ohn F. (Joekerlll's three-year-old trotter Paul,
by Allerton. 2:()l's. Toga showed them nil the
way from the bend In tho road to the point of
rocks near Washington Bridge.
" 1 hat little horse oould make It warm for
Cobwebs or any other trotter In town if he wns
hooked to a good high-axled wagon that
wouldn't bo in the way of those hind legs of
his." said a man in the crowd of spectators
that lined ths western sidewalk where it rises
above the drlvway. "1 drove lilm a half in
1.04 at rieotwood. and ho wasn't all out at
The spoaker was John Bogart. tho old-time
New Jersey horseman, whs. brought out Joo
Elliott and sold him to Ilobert Bonner for
$10,000 moro than twenty-five years ago.
The veteran Boston horseman,. John Hhnpard,
gave a line exhibition of amateur relneman
ship yesterday. At the invitation of Nathan
Htraus bo got up behind Alvee, 2:01li. The
tlrst thing tho Boston man tackled was the
brushy little bay trotter Creeping I'lower.
2-.22S. driven by Dr. H. 11 0111. The daughter
of Piedmont cannot go a mile with the gelding,
but she has more than onue shown herself to
be n match for Aires or anything on the Hpeed
way when It comes to sprinting a quarter of a
mile. Dr. (1111 had her hooked to a pneumntlo
cart, while Alves pulled a wagon weighing l.r
pounds. The two trotters got away together
and were movingatn2:10elli whan fall ly under
way Creeping Flowor made the pace hotter and
hotter. Although All e Is not easy to drive and
Hhepard had never beford pullail a line over
him. he picked him tip and ralllrfd him with
the utmost conHder.cc. apparently, finally
reaching for the whip and going down his
back In a brilliant drive for the lead. .Nearly
everybody along th roadside etpectsd to sto
Alves break, lie was on his tlptoos. hut
Hhepnrd asked for more speed and i-ot It. the
goldlng drawing away 'rom Creeping I lower
on the rising ground near the bridge. Dr.
Oil), said that Shepnrd had carried him over
too olose to the curb so that hie mare wat cut
off by one of the heavy carriages. Th Boston
man. in high spirits over the outcome of the
brush, called out
"Come up and try It over again, jou can have
the whole road if you waut It this time "
The mare and the gelding did not meot again.
With Straus behind Alves and Hhepard driving
Cuprum, the two geldings came down the road
In company once or twice. Cuprum's action
was not free and true, and he proved to be no
match for his stable companion Mr Khcpard
expects soon to bring his now road horse Sen
ator L. 2:12. here for 11 shy at Cobwebs and
th best of the metropolitan trotters.
When C. K. (1. Billings came hero from Chl
cago last week to witness the Dowey jubilee lie
brought with him a carload of trotteis and
their trappings for the fall driving season on
the Hpeedway. Bumps, the pacnr that took tha
ohamplon wagon rscord nway from Joa
l'atchen last week at Louisville, is not in the
collection. Billings ordered him sent from
Ifliilsvllleto Lexington, and will go lo Ken
tucky during the breeders' meeting to drive
the lightning pacer himself. Having captured
the open record to wagon, the Chicago horse
man now wishes to bent the amateur wugou
mark, which is held by the Cleveland racer.
Runlanil Belle. 207'.. driven by II. h.'
Devoreux. After the trlnl baa been made at
l.oxlugton. Bumps will be shipped to Now
York and driven on tlio Speedway.
Billings's young trotter. Franker. 2:21 l
proved yesterday that ho Is good mnugh to
brush with thbston tho Speedway when It
cornea to culling a wagon with two nion aboard
Starting four or five lengths buck of deorge
Hnher's trotter Harry M. 2 20. and John It.
Kelm's pacer Sister Build, that wr engaged
In a had-to-hend contest for the load. Billings,
with bis trainer. John Tucker, btside him.
hustled Franker along at surprising speed,
iiveiliniiling the two leaders on the hill near
tho blidge mid bentlng them at the end Harry
M carried Sister lludd to ii bieak and came In
second to Franker. The Chicago trotter
gnined moro glory by atnitlng up with Dr
Dill's last mar Creeping 1 lower and holding
her an even contest ull the way down the road
Creeping Flower pulled a two-wheeler, while
Franker drew a wagon In each brush I rank
er's breeching became displaced, yet tho
honest trotter stuck to his stride.
Died or football Injuries.
Ilki viiieiie, III , Oct, 1 -Joseph Burns, man
ager of the High School football team, died
from Iniurles received on Saturday afternoon
whllo playing substitute in a practice game be
tween the tlrst and second elevens He had
fallen on the bnll and when he started to rise,
staggered nnrt lost conclonsnese Burns was
IB years old, a senior In tho High School
and a member of a well-known family.
l'art of llrnnkljn IDisebnll Club's Fence
Destroyed !r Fire.
Fire destroyed 100 feet of tho fenca that en
closes the grounds of the Brooklyn Baseball
Club on First streot between Third and 1 'mirth
avenues, at ii.HO o'olook yoslerdav afternoon.
The cause of tho lire is unknown The damage
will aggregate tlfji)
Including one tie game tbe fit. Louis plaieis
senrsd 77 and the Louisville 72 runs. St. Louis
captured Hi aarlea by 8 rictorlea 1 1 6
CssiHaiiMC, Oct 1. The Harvard baseball men
will begiu work ta.niorro. All the iun eligible
for a place will be kept durinic the inilre playluc
seaaon. The s.pia I will be dlilde 1 In Hire" pirls,
battery man. uutnalili rs and lurid cr Ths out
field plaera will l,u kept on Holmes tUdd. wlula
the others will play on Soldiers' as usual. Captain
Bald Intends to oruanlre limes as snon as pos'lbl
and to have a regular scries uf games.
raikCETos, Oct. 1. Manager Cloney of Hie Base
ball Association announco to ulicht the following
acbedula for the surlm of Inlrrclast gsmos. Oct 2.
1803 vs. 1800. 8, 1801 TS 1803. 4, 1801 vs. 1H0O,
5, 11100 is. 1808. II, 1801 TS. 1802, V, JM02VS. 1801.
Csptalu Hlllehrand lis bad tbe freshmen oaudl
datea undsr his charge for tbe ti past two
nceka and has chosen this Hsu Pitcher,
F.mell, Brooklyn High Kiliool; est. hr, McKil"g,
Hhsdysido Acsilemy tlrst basf llcrkcy. Prim elon
"prep", second Pasc. Bush. Blstr Halt Acsdsmy;
third base, l'yne. Bt Paul bclmo) ah rttop. Par
,iill, laptalu.i'rfDi elon prep', loft tlrbLBoarsley,
I Princeton " prep .centre Held, ilshart. llcllefout
Acadmri rtoht field. Blakley, I'tlrretnn " prep,"
Coach Clark or th Boston team will b her to
morrow and will remain during the entirterlai.
aossir op tub jmijvjms uonsxs.
Itnraltna and IdolltatYlll Meet in the Ken
tucky Futurity This Week.
Boralma's One performance in the Matron
Stakes at Louisville may mako the Kentucky
bred colt a favorite orer Idollta In the $10,000
Futurity to be trotted at Lexington this wook.
It seems to be the consensus of opinion among
hortomen that those two descendants of Elec
tioneer will bo the contondlne trotters In the
race for the big prlro. On public 'form
thoy are rory evenly matched. Idollta
trotted In 2:12,'' In winning the $20,000 llortt
Jtevitic Stakes at Dubuque last month, but ha
was all out and under a hard drive, according
to those who wltnossed the race. Boralmu'
trotted n third heat In 2:13 at Louisville, lis
has shown 2;11 In his work. Nelthor of the
youngsters Is bred or fitted to trot throe heats
right up to the limit of his speed, and should
they go at each othor in the first two beats,
many turfmen bellove an outsider will then
step up and get the big ond of the purse.
W. E. D. Stokes of this olty has a likely candl
dato In the 3-year-old Oily Sarah Madden, by
Axtell, 2:12, out of Marguerite, by Kentuoky
Prince, Orrln Hlckok has been training the
fitly at Cleveland and has drlvon hor some fast 1
The raoe Itottod by Peter the Great at Louis
ville last week indicates that the great 4-year-old
Is In good form for the Transylvania
race nt Lexington. Those who saw the Pilot
Mcdlnu colt literally jog home In 2'.07'i at the
Orand Circuit meeting hero will hardly look
boyond the Boston trotter for the winner of
the $10,000 purse. If he goes to the post fit and
light. Among others that have been entored
for the races arc:
Lord Vincent. 2 OslJ: Sarah B. 208; Charley
Horr, 2:10; lionnatclla, 2:10; Eingmond. 210W,
Berpsl, 2 10, Ilullls Itochet, 2:11; Tudor Cirars,
ji(: Success, 2U2.it. Wyuerna, 2;13H; and El
len, 2, ll't.
Not one of these has done anything to war
rant the belUt thnt he Is In the class with J.
Malcolm Forbes' wonderful 4-year-old.
Klngmond has net been beaten since the De
troit meeting last July, and his capacity is
somewhat uncertain. Should Peter thn Oreat
capture tbe race he would bo the first Futurity
winner to land the Transylvania.
The programme for the October meeting nt
1'innlio City Park has been announced. Tho
end will b made up of three heat races and a
dash raoe each dny. with $500 purses for heat
races and $300 for the dashes. Th classes for
bent races are the 2:10. 2:12.2:15. 2:1H. 2:21.
2 25, 2:1)0 and 2:35. trotting, and the 2:00.
2:12. 2:15 and 2:20. pacing. All dash races
will bo for trotter. Th classes are for 2:12.
2-10. 2:20 and 2:25 horses. F.ntrles will olose
At Boston last week John Rhepard drove his
new road horse Senator L..2 12. by West Cloud,
in a race to wagon against tho bay stallion
Baron Dillon. 2:t2)i, driven by Col. Jokn K.
Thayer, President of tho New Kngland
Breeders' Assoolatlon. Senator L. won In
straight heat, trotting th first alio In 2:17
and th second In 2-17l4 On the same day
Frank O. Hall. Treasurer of the Breeders'
Association, drove the noted poUteam Tonaah,
,2-10. and Aokerland. 2:lUi. to beat the long
standing New Kngla'nd team record of John
Shpard' Blondln and Mill Boy. 2:22. The
Boston team trotted the first mile In 2:15,
repeating in 2:15,
The trotting meeting whleh opens tomorrow
In conjunction with tbe New Jersey State Fair,
at Waverley Park. 1 likely to b the last one
held there, tho Park Commissioners of Newark
having purchased this old-lime liarness-racloc
course for a publle pleasure ground. Thn
Waverley half-mlln track Is one of ths oldest in
the country, and It has been the scene of many
noted contests among the trotters over elnce
the days of Dexter and Goldsmith Maid.
nntb nf M. II. (oodlnt n lYell-DZaown
Pmi.AnEi.rniA. Oct. . M. n. Ooodln. the
well-known turfman and hotel man of this
city, died to-night of heart failure. He was
taken ill lust Wednesday night, and was un
conscious from Thursday evening until the end.
Goodlu was born In this city on Oct. .'!0.
1801. He Inherited much of his fath
er's love for horseflesh, and from his
early manhood was closely Identified with
ths trotting and pacing Interests of
Philadelphia. At the time f Ills death he was
ohulT- 1 I the Kxeoutlvn Committee of tho
Belli. riving Club. During the past eight
or ten rear.-, he owned 11 number of noted ani
mals, among them being the pacer Bright
Light. 2-OH'a, and 'Bellwood A. 2:07'. that
form one of the fastest tun of pacers In the
Ooodln'8 father. Mlohaet Ooodln. in 1881
guaranteed a nurse of $2,500 for a single per
fonnanoo at the Bolrnont track. Voung Ooodln,
Immediately upon his father's dosing the Qui
traot. prooeeded to expend over $3,000
In advertising the event. A a result
of his pluck ovr 15.000 persons were
present on the day appointed, among
them being William II Vanderbllt, tho owner
of Maud B; Jacob H. Vanderbllt. William 11.
Turnbull and other of equal note. Th sound
ness of tho judgment displayed by th Good
iu. father and son, was proven by the gato
receipt, which were sultlolent, alter paying all
expenses, to learo a profit of $18,000.
M. II. Ooodln, at tho time of IiIh death, be
longed. In addition to the Belmont Driving
Club, to tho Columbia Club and the Phlladel-
Flili Yacht Club. Ho was also treasurer of the
'hlladulphla Hotel Men's Association. He took
a llvolyiuterest In allklndsof legitimate sports
and contributed liberally toward making many
events a success.
l'nstlme's Trainer Gets a lleneflt.
Five hnndred mombors and friends of the
Pastime A. C. braved the biting blast to show
thalr appreciation of the services of Trainer
George Speck for whose benefit games wero
held under tho auspices of the olub yesterday
afternoon. A.H.Kent attempted to break the
track record In the 50-yard and 200-yard
dashes He won both events from scratch, but
In the short sprint failed by a tilth of a second
to equal the record of 5 3-5 teconds.
In thn'JOO-ynrd his time of 22 3-5 seconds
was tho fastest ever mado on the track,
(ieorgo l.ogers of Phlladolphla. who has chal
lenged Champion Boeber to a wrestling
match, offered to throw George Bothuer twice
in fifteen minutes, llogers, who weighs 210
pounds, railed 10 down the local 140-pound lad
oven once In tho stipulated time. Summaries:
60-Yard Dssli. Handicap Final beat won br A. II.
Kent, si rat'U, O.U. Ordwein, 0 faet.ascond, L. Levy,
14 feil. third, lime. 6 4-5 sn onds.
3ii-Yiid lluu, Hundicsi Won bj A U, Kent,
si'iatch, L.Levy, HI yards second. P. Uoistsdier,
1 1 yinls, third. Time, 22 8 5 seconds.
Tbr.'e-qusrtcr Mile Bun, Handicap Won by D, .1.
Brennan. .16 yards, .1. C Lynclu rtoysrd", sreond, E.
Htrupsl. -5yards. and R l'fortner. 06 yards, a daad
livst for thir I. Time, 8 minutes, 81 1-5 aeconds, , .
hoi Yard Itun. Uaudicau Won br J. C. Lv neh. .10
yards, .1. J. M. Cann. 45 j ards. second: K. J Farrsll,
85 lards, third. 'J line. 2 mlnutea, 8 4'5seeondk,
160-Yard Hall and Water Itace Won by I. Freed
man D. J. Breiinau, second. Frank J. Farrell, third,
Ititnnlng Broad Jump- Won by Mortran Donovan,
4 ft't 7 lucliis. with an actual Jump of 17 fart, U J
ntirrlioiis, 1 fi'i t Hi inches, and J. C. Lynch, 4 Iset
H) In. dies, tied for second
Box.uir exhibitions bv lli followlnsri Cieorne Jan
sen mi Tom M (llrr. Js. k lui va Jaik Dclunty,
(laorge Np k vs Mlko McGarrv. Danny Duaue vs.
YourikC Fox. Mik lbdaiiy vs. Tom O'Connor. Dsu
llk'.i'jrll Joseph Klllpe.
Ilnivuid to Strengthen Her Tackles.
CamukiikiL', Oct. 1. It. B. Morrlinan, tho for
ms!' substitute tackle who returned tollarvaid
to study for a doctor's degree after a two'yems'
absence nt Oxford, has beon persuaded to tiy
for this position, again, because, of the weak
ness the practice and the Wllliqms game have
disclosed In that Part of the line. Morrlmanwas
a "sub" In '1)0. He Is bigger and stronger than
when he was foimerlynt Hnivarri. being six
fact ono Inch tall and weighing 210' pounds.
Douald. last year's tackle, will try for the team.
Ho will, howevor. just do work enough to keen
in trim sud will Probably not play until (he
larger gamos beicln. Norton Shaw has been
appointed Frtsbman coach.
Games the Navnl Cndats Will l'lay on the
ANNAroi.!. Oct. 1 The Naval Academy ca
dets roported to-day In large numbers and
were assigned to their various rooms. Thirty
football enthusiasts are In dally practice,
Thero will be ten games, Including that with
W'St Point on Dee. 2 Other games are as fol
lows: Oct. 7, Princeton: 14. Georgetown: 21.
Pennsylvania State ()llego: 2M. Lafayette.
Nov. 4. University of North Carolina: 11. Trin
ity College; IB. Lehigh ; '-'j. Columbia.
Ta-da'a Football Kvent.
Military Cadtts va Tufts, at West Point.
There was a lively mm uf football reteida at
IKxter P.irk, where the Heikiiner A. C. eleven nf
Bri.'.klyn met the taati of the Bt Bartholomew A. A.
nt Nuw Yort. Tho score wssi Bt. Bartholomew
A. A., o; ilerkluisr A. C. !!
Other games played on Saturday were: At fhlcaco
Cnlver-ltr of Clil.ano, 12; Collaire of l'byalilsns
and Nurncuiis.o Kt Marshall Flold-Untverslty of
WlsuDSin, 46, Lske Purest, 0. At MadUon, Wis.
Northwestern. u, Aliiniiii, It At Kranston. III.
Kotr Dame, 40. Mn hici Agricultural Collage, 0.
At Sotie llanie, Jud. Purdue, HI; Alumni, 5.
Tbe Oram: Athletics are prsctlslng hard, and all
the landidatea are ntliuslaatlo ovarlhe prosixcts
for a successful season. The ilrst gsue will be
played uu the Oranue Oval on Oct. 7, with the Easton
College A. A. eleven. Among the candidates for tbe
tram ars: Hlulcr, Clark, Urobert, Murrir, Mohor,
Ijinoon, Palley, Buckley, Kyle. Stevens. Olbson,
Banner. Ualllday, Jnralemon. Olbson. Brown, Wrong,
W ork, La, Backus, Wadsworlh, Crabb, Urovcr. Laler,
Zorrty, Williams and Allso.
, t - . .....1, . ..1.
GOSSIP OF THE RUNNERS.
JlRILLtAXT OVTLOtlK Mil Till!
AUTiniX MEKTTXa AT HOttttlS VAUK.
Illrli makes Sclmlulad by tbe tTestcbrster
Ilaclag Association for the KnsnhiE
Week Special Features on lincli Hay's
Card Winning Ownars nt (irnvosend.
Horsemen who follow the running races
are eagerly looking forward lo the autumn
meeting of the Westchestor llaclng As
sociation, which opens nt Morris Park
to-morrow, for a series of fourteen
days. The outsiders who patronize the
sport and furnish most of the rev nue, propose 1
to mako a big showing at headquarters as the '
majority are "behind the game," and are pro- I
portlonately anxious to break even, at least be
fore the Jockty Club drops the curtain for the
The book preparod by the Westchester Asso
ciation Is one of the most uttiactlve Issued by
tho promler organization for years and should
command liberal patronnge, Thero Is scarcely
n day without stake featuies, and many of
them are among the most important 011 tho
First in order comes the Matron, worth JU.
000 to the winner, for two-year-olds, over tho
eclipse course. The rich event Is to b" run as
the third roee to-morrow, and as the conditions
provide for penalties and allowances there
should be a representative acceptance from
a list of ellglblrs, including such highly
tried performers na Perry Belmont's
Gonfalou, Bromley ,t Co'e Iioquols,
llellu and Indian lulry. W. II. Clark's Tho
Scotchman and Mayor Ullioy, Marou Daly's
8L I lnnan. P. Dunne's Ilemindcr. P. J. Dwyers
Hammock and His Boynl Highness, Foster &
Haekett's Yellow Tall, J.J. Hj land s Brigadier,
J. H. Keene'a Chacornac. .1. K. Madden's Gul
den. G. II. Moiris's Modilne. Suluev Paget'
D Lacy nud Klllashnndra, and a small host of
others with good credentials
The Matron will be followed by the Manhat
tan handicap for two-year olds nud upwaid.
also over the Lclipse course, and the popular
Jerome handicap for threo-yenr olds, nl one
rail anil a quarter over the hill Wednesday's
card opens with the Autumn huidlo handicap at
two miles, for which the host jumpers In train
ing are engaged, and two-year olds that wero
raaldtnsal time of entry will have an Inning
in the llurr'cane selling alnkes later 011. nvor
tho last five furlongs of th l'. llpse course.
The specialties scheduled for Thursday are th
Belle Meade, for three-year-olds, over tl;last
seven furlongs of the Wither mile, and the
Bronx, first of tho autumn hlghwslght Serial
handicaps (or two-year-olds and upward
No provision Is made for racing on liiday.
but the card for Saturday hrlstleH with such
established attractions as the Hunter handi
cap for threo-yeni old llllios, over tho Withel
imletth rloh Nursery handicap for two-year-old,
down th Fcllpse course, and the Cham
pion Steeplechase, with $0,000 added, for
four-yoar-olds and upward ovr a trying route
of about thien miles and a half.
Th Champion I the best endowed jumping
event offered this season rind is stirring up the
keenest rivalry among the prominent clubmen
who have supported It ho freely
Th principal winning orrnsrs during th
Jocky Club'e mooting wblch closed lest Sat
urday nt Oravestnd were as follows:
Brainier k Co . J22.710 F I) Beard t 1.615
Oneck blabla 1.770 Fjitin A Lvrabl" :..omi
John K Madden 2.280 .7. J Kakms a. 80
M I'. DjfT 2.615J It and F P.
Barney Bcluolber 1,781 heene 1 H-0
.1. W Cult... . 2,4",li William Lakeland 1315
fl Binfonl Mm 4,176 1". M Taylo . 2 125
W II. Laudtman 1,846 Harness A: Itius
Hi imcl A- larrel . l.iso man . 7, ".76
Maicus Daly . 1,686 VV B Jrnnlt.i: . 2 540
James Adam 1.7S6T. C McDotiill . 1. 285
A.J. Strllilei A C . 1.710 I. J. Ilwyer . .l.ovi
0 Minefield, Jr . 1, sill II Lugenr L igb 2,.,"
1. Wlittten . 1,6,25 J.J. Milanirty . 1 o:
bydne) Paget. .. 1.275
The prominence of Bromley A Co on the
successful list has been mainly due to the suc
cesses of thlr Uno two-year old Slesmenst.
and their Improving four-year old. Previous
The latter raced like a rank counterfeit for al
most two seasons, hut struck his gall recontiy
and took aoineof the best In tho nil-aged divi
sion Into camp.
If he can retain his present form he should be
a factor In tho big events for which ho is eligi
ble, at Morris Park The ilrni "f Harness ,V
Brosmnn got nway wlthovoi $7.00iint Oiaves.
end through tho agency of tholr phenomenal
mare Imp, who seams to Improve as t-he goes
On tho Westchester slopes she should do
even better than at Shcepsbead Bay nml
Oravessnd. and little credence is placed in the
rumor thur she will tie rrtite'l tortliwltti. The
erect daughtnrof Wngnor Fondling has de
veloped Into Mich a popular Idol thnt her pres
ence nt the coming meeting would be ,1 big
drawlug card hh well ns a possible source of
Incieased revenue to her owners. M1011I1I she
be sent along for the Westchester eimpaign It
stands to reason that she will hire to shoulder
This was not supposed to bo her forte oarlier
In the season, but tho m.ini'i.r in which she
handled 12S pounds 011 la-1 Sum day. showod
that when sliii Is fit and ' let sloop." a fow
pounds moro or loss mifco little illfT'-ioiico to
her Tho mare Is entitled to a ru-t. but she
docs not seem to ncod one. and whllo she re
main ssoundlt.it gi'iiornlly hoped that manager
Brussman will let her go right along the lin.
1 omit xt.i..
The Tigers Will Try to Avoid tbe Mistake
of Funnel' Yonrs.
rMNCKTOK. Oct. 1 The completion of the
6econd week of the Tiger' prnotloo marked
tho close of th eaion's preliminary wctk.
Never before in tho hlttory of tho game at
Prlnoeton has there existed such perfect har
mony among tho captain, eoaehers and players
and that personal feeling among tho 1 hale for
acovettd position on the nrlly, which has so
often hindered th eucuess of tbe eleven In
former years, seems to hare been ollmlnated
this season, although as yet thore Is hardly a
veteran who has not some piomlslng new man
pushing him for his position,
Trainer Christie will this year ycalously
guard against the exposure of thn veterans to
Injury In th smaller gnincs. For this reason
the team will be com posed, for tho most part, at
the beginning of the reason, of substitutes, and
the veteran ends. Palmer nud Poe, who aio
naturally light and susceptible to injur), will
be kept out of the gaum until the sasou is
well advanced. Of thoio now on the retlicd
list, McCIave, tbe frcbhmaii half buck, who had
his leg wrenched, and l.o.'ey, who had his
shoulder sprained, will both be out again Mon
day, and Pall's broken nose will not prevent
lilin from doing light work 1. pun the nriivul
of Head Coach "Ulffy" Lea this week Capt. Kd
waids made public an outline of his policy, and
lu regaid to thcondilng depart menl said:
"We have chosen a few formar players on
Princeton teams ns couches foi iho '1 igers this
year who are thoroughly conversant with the
game as played In 1 event yean, and only in a
fw Instances will the ei rices of uthei pinrers
b requested. Wo hope to hv dd the confusion
of bleat which arise among the players when
thsy are Instructed by ao many different
coaches. We have secured the a?i vices of l.o.i
a head coach, and Smith, Biilllett. II inn. ml.
Brown, Bruknw, Kell und llalrd will be heio
the greater rart of the season to assist him "
Prlnoeton has mom und better iiiaterml on
tho field this vcar (rom the entering eiaao ihau
ever before Thooni) platers whu liuvel'en
uniuo'ested In their position llius bu an Cipt,
Kdwaids at guaid and Ilillehrund at tnckie.
Booth baa struck a problem In Losey. a 215
pound freshman from I.awrcn 'or.llii. and the
battle royal at centre was contested with ven
honors, until the freshman vvasobllged lo ic
tlre Inst Friday on account of a sprnlnedshoul
rier. Tho vacant guard will be settled between
Mills, substitute last year, and Dana, another
l.awroncevlll boy '1 h new 1111111 la luster
than thn sophomore, nud his dofrii" is
stronger, but thn experlene of Mills will be
hard for the Lawioncevlllo boy to overcome
Hutchinson nud Duncan, both of last yen's
team. Ilito started the light lor quarter back.
Hutchliuon is easily tho belter general, bur
Duncan's weight gires him 110 little advantage
In the interference.
Tho work of the freshman halfback. McCIave,
for tlio past few dnvs has been 11 revelation to
the co.ichers, especially thn way he llndsthn
line openings. Forney, from Berkeley Sohnol.
also Iihh nis share of backers for tho half, left
vacant by the removal of Ilnardsl'-y t end,
Itoblnson. tho half back from Cortland N. V,
Normal Sohool, ha tho inlvantnge over the
other candidates In wnlght. but Isslowlu start
ing Holler has been on the Held, and barring
accldi'iiit. Is surely booked fora place again
thlsvcar. The bulk of th duUesof fullbaik
will full upon Whoelor, of last ear's team,
and Mattls, n big jut' or
The team will leave on the southorn tlip on
Thursday night, and all thn plnvers then nt
the training table, which will go into nptration
Monday night, will betaken on the trip,
Hfcatorca Iftc tlrod and woak.ff $ffea
xxns or the imeelmex.
Serious Accident nt the (lutlenliiirK TratV
mid Also l'Ulli ofls.
The cycle races scheduled for tho Gotten
burg track estcrday were postponed. Some
snld the postponement was owing to tho high
wind-, otliet 3 attributed It to tlio lumpy con
dition of tho liaak, but those who havo the
responsibility of gat loiolplt and expenses,
said that they wero afuild of Hi authorities.
They explained that the ministers objected In
blcyclo races on Sunday, lhat Iho Grand Jury
would meet to-dav and that they had iccelreda
"tip to "He low." While there wero no races ac
cording to programme there was diversion lu
plenty, furnished by nn Impromptu fight iu
it blob two men wero hutt painfully aud an Im
promptu race In which one man was seilously
In an amateur contest between three riders
Lmll Neuter, or Joror City, oolllded with a
competitor nml was thrown to tho ground.
He landed on his head and was carried to the
clubhouse unconscious. Dr I. II. Shenier
of West Now Voik, wae called. Ho said he
thought Neuter was sulTcrlng from concussion
of tho brain. An ambulance from Christ Hos
pital removed the cvcllit
The surgeon of the ambulance, who refused
to giro his name, said that he eould not tell
what was the mnitur. It was thought thnt
Neuter was In n piecarious condition when
Shenier lelt 'I he fight via between a big
man mimed SclnfTerof Tminlly and a smaller
man namej Ward, who Is in the hlejelo busi
ness at FnglevAooa. BetH were made freely on
the insult. hchllTor backing himself to knook
out W nd In live minutes Al the end of tho
first round Waid hud been sent to grass several
times lin was on his knees nml SchilTor
wns nhout to strike a llulshlng blow when
three friends of Yi aril's put SchlfTer out of
busines While Schiller was gntting his face
bandnged ho PADrossed u desire to meat Ward
and lua friends at some time later, whsn lis
could sea out of both eye".
At Vailsburc yesterday about 2.000 persons
weie piesont Th")" wore dlsinponitud be
cause the foature of thn day, the paced raoe,
did not pun out It was n miitoh betiveen.lohn
Ivlng nud Arthur llosa at llltcen miles, but as
llos was hopelessly bealon and iiult before
lung had finished ten miles,, thn fa ice wns
stopped. Two of the tennis that paced Boss
were hurt In an accident prior to the laee. and
this handl'Mppad Hots lie was a lapnnd a
half behind when Im) ipilt In thn ninth mile.
Tim sensational ovcut (it thn day was the
one-mil race, 111 which three "quads" that
started fell In a heap at the upper tuin In tbe
third lap. .IacoIisou and his three companions
were the only ones who remounted and fin
ished, nml so won th" rnce. It was in this
smashup that the pacers for Boss were hurt.
(Juarlei M lo Novice Final best vou bjr T T.
Brown. NuwV.urk, ,1 A King, Irtieliohl, N .1 aec
ond I ('. Midy, Naw iorW, Until '11ms, 8521
Ma ilia Ous-Milo Handicap, Musteur Final heat
won by '1 H I iillett, Num Iliveu, scratrh .1, p.
.lacobson, Ni w Haien, 40 yards, strond, John Burg
doif. 140 viids. third, it. Bionks, Now v.ork, (Id
yards, fonith Time, 2 tnitintes la 1-6 seconds
sduiltul Dewey ilsndicap, l'lva Miles Professional
W.ni by Utlo Maya. 2r.o ysrds II. . lieland. 8".o
Turd, second 11. Vvalthoui, 60 jards, third. John
lttiel. .'too jurds, fourth. Time, 11 minute 42
Olviiu is Dash fir "Quads," One Mile Won by
Ja, ulwi'ti, nub. WaircnandSi hulu. No time liken.
'len-Milo Pmed llaci -VV.m bj John King. New
ark, A W. P.oss, sreond. Time. 21 itunnus 12 4 5
Half-Mile Evhlbiiion-By J. II. II inter. Time. 55
2 6 focniiiN
Halt Mik Handicap, Professional Won by B
TUouips, n, ao vnrda. It H Ireland, 40 yards aeiond,
W. C. siliiH'ilt, 60 sids, tlilul. liQU, I nuuute 1)
2-5 set onds.
Winter wheeling costume came out yester
day in numbers, and those whose, Inst year's
rigs were too ahnbbr either staved at home or
tinned Lack eaily from then' Sunday riding
trip. There wore r.earlv four hundred starters
in tlio Doivev century of the I'enturr Wheel
men. nml they were all i.cnsoiied riders. All
finished, but their eyes were watery, their
noses red and they complained of cold more
than they will next December
St Ions, Oct. 1. Tho chief feature of
to-day's ojcling events under the nuspleos of
thn.N C A., wns a motor cycle iaco between
Charles W Xllller of Chicago, paced by Joe
Judge of Boston and A. II. Stone of Philadel
phia and Burns Pierce of Boston, paced by W
T. Stafford nud Frank Wallorof Boston Pierce
bid u the ilrst and fourth miles only. He
pushed the champion hnid In the fifth, sixth,
sen. nth mid eighth miles, and then showed
weariness to the end, finishing over half n lap
It was hiiml'iatlng to tl.n Columbia ocl
team, after many ycitsof vlctory.to have beon
chut nut In thn Intercollegiate moot last June
without scoring n point, But th team was
composed almost wholly of rnw material, ns
Powell, Dawson, William. Fenrlng. Bird and
Sehwarl..'ho speedy eoxtnx, had allgradunted.
The team Is to start work at onoo totrrnud re.
deem Its lost prestige A II. Allan of Mnntc'nlr
his been unanimously elected captain, end
Jack (nay. now with the 'Varsity team, will
havo charge of the training.
The following players ot last year havo re
turned to colleen: Allan. M01 rill, Hudson, llae
and Corwn These will form tho nucleus of
tho team for IrSiD-lHOo. Ainonir the new men
nr" Charley Neldllnger of tho Knickerbocker
A (.amis, Jones, th" champion ol th" Univer
sity of Georgia. Capt Allan rode In excellent
form dining the summer months, having won
mnny flrats and seconds In Jersey iimeta. He
is still young, and his work in the Princeton
and CoiiU'll dual meets last spring luomlses
much for his future woik at Columbia. 1 he
landidnti s will do gymnasium work and road
tiding until January, then the hard training
(inssiit if tbe Itlng.
'lonimv loir and Kid tlie h.ue been malched to
box nile, 11 iuututv nl ( ll.clnuali to luoriovv night,
M. .1 New ork -Address Hear) Padden. Serre
tai Ilrouilnn A. I'., Broadway und llehth .street
Msny McCue and Joe Fairbnrn ha vcbesn msudied
to box tnciitr ruimdi at ihe (iiceuwooi d A. c next
Sp.ki' Sullivan and Jlnimy Mur'Ay o' Cincinnati
hAiehirii instilled lo !ni incut) lire rounds al the
HcrcliltsA l. n"luullti.
XUc (i'l)onnrll has incepted in oTer of a uood
sird purse to niiel Clnirle) .Meieuson at Phltiidel
pril.i 111 a six round bout
I'dille Avery ot Ilrooklin. would like to ftchl
Ilarr) Ware, of DuiUhiI Avtry has met all ihc
good bantams in Ms i lass
According 1,1 a ikspitili from Denier. Tummy
Hi an Is ill and will not tie able to Lox for .some time.
All hli man lies l.are been (Aiicelled.
(Jeorire Cnnaldlue l.es matched Malty Matthews
to neet Lddlr Connolly In .1 lutnl) Im round
I.01M nl the liroadsa) A. 1' . on Oct 1.1 T lie nrliiht
H las iiound'.
Hilly Hra8 s.i j s tint llieir Is no Irulh In the repoti
thai Dive If iliaie w H t.ue .lu, llernsuln at Hie
Lenox A ( lie c llteuds Unit If l nlli'Cr llk'lit-, all)
where the b l.tii ivlll ui"' ir .1' I'.mey Is, and
J'at Siirnio . lie 1 1. r.i hltil.i. II g-titwi icht wl.im
Spike .Siillnnn liri'iiirnt lulo pru'ii'iunie, Is In town
Alt, r he rr.-ov, rs Ironl an nltaiU of vellow JaundUe
lie VI. II b- lend liini'rlan fx sid li grlit iv- i;l,l
T-rrJ V Huve'ii uirii.d S.liouuile easll) on last
III ay nivlillii I'liiliul, Iplila lie met 1'ied Soldi r In
a sis ro'ind Inut. ,nd rv. de .tuif 1dm lu the ,iu
i.nd ro.11 d a In n Uu pol" --'opii, d iinstlliie.s
A tarif,' iliil.hiiiK, s liiltu- built' lu ( iiiiiiiunl'.
aud li lliut IWlllI lli, ri, fids will In'lltld llltlr .11
tl.i lulure. 'I he IHst l'Ulli.' M 'I Ic hrtl)s-tn 'lis
l.rl.ms Hill' .Milln .mil il.'ii'iv DiuiH :.N .,
f ,lr villi on ur 1ii-.mIi nl lli In links
Si. lli. H.itllvau in 1 Jerome ,i ndlev are scl.a lule 1
1,1 lini, lv, ut) Iliei.ii'ti.l at C uuy Island to.i,ght
Huike l 11 CO'idroiullti' n a- ii- nip, its ljil,i:t'') 1,1
give lulu a bsid tussle I'll. I will lie ,,ns iitellnit
nii b 111 .,1 twenty ioiiu u 1 et'vteu leio nv Vloran
1 f Jlronkll n andT... iden rainpbill i,f l'lttsl.uiz.
Dil I iavvl.ln- t Inks tie 1- entitled to auoiliri match
(Y.lh .'ink (.- lllleu "ll, 1 nl col a deilslou over
lie tiller I bloke in ,'i'lsr 1st le lu lin- sereutll
r,i. nil n, d Haul, 1- '- .1 1 lo a !"iitiruf
'I ,-i Ml I .110 1. 1 ntc . ! nosr and l' 11 llilen
w II unlit me 1 will viu.t r 1, 11 .1 11. aniin.iit 1 n the
Iheie was some 11 v lv Uul'tlrtf al the li, use of the
Nat ,,i,al V ( Prniikiiii, un saturds) in. hi Hef
nee J ,e Waul i.f llio iVI) Ii had his bauds lull from
stint to tiul-li III the llr.t bout H V 8mlih faced Al
Adams for tin rounds at I 10 jiotiltde Adalua was
c iiiutad out in tbe llftb i"iin 1 Tonirqy Ilnldau of
Ni w Yolk t:., n lie"! (Utah lip v of BrooVlyn for fir
leen loitnds at )M6 iioutids. llolden found the mark
rttther ejnil) 111 the kcionil i, nud, kuoLktng his linn
Fddls (lo.dlo,b and llf Levey, both of Nn
York, wiro I.i l.avu u.ei si 112 pounds foi ten
I. muds, but (lo.idbodr wnuud the ( tub to soli t is
I urse, whleh was leftln I Newu.no ol Hni'klvn
wis s nl, mIiI tiled, ilia I ut .olin; on a: rat, li wiknts
NanniHti was Vnoi Led i ut ,n r,,ur lnuiuU ihe-last
o' was lelwetu the wv'.terwyuhls. Jim Austin
and Percv Mi.lutyre of th. I'avtiiiiQ A. o., for uu
rounds. Thu losult wan a draw.
fmssip of tlio llandbiill Com Is,
Mike Kjan, the ixa'nvrur cliampioa, was th
chief attia. turn a! the. I, is. v City louit on club day,
lis took on James I Ulmrty and rhulnas Ja koli.
two of the best plivets in Ihisiourt aud lODuuered
them in 111 lee fttauJit games, b) stolen of 2117,
21-17. 21 -11
lite 111, -I ,l 1 "Tlviit ban Ibv'i Ulal linfthe week
will be plS7 , t . iii ,' w st the Br . M u Handbill
Chi. Ih-plsieu w.n I. I'UII Cam) si I nulUm
H t.niitll the il i loan student. ' aamsl Jir l.i.ns
a i,l Jrri) M' Mabnn. Jjllie . omlltl.il.s ars tho toil
tines in live games.
Walsh's Court ti. Jcrsei City Is s favorite place fur
Ihu yoiineer element, llo- best played inateh at the
place on ilubdav was between Jsnies Boss and
Mil. hell (Jill iwli,..t Martin and Patrn k (lilt
The latter wstit d iwu after a brilliant battle, by
s.oreaof 21- I i. Jl IS. 17-21.
James 1 awlor a p'ouiislru plarar who f-euerts
the Jersey Cite to ml. won a well earned vt, t r) n
rliin dar fi . u .laiue riood and James B .he l
thoiighr a, the start tuat h s i livures wera is'her
slim of defeatilu this foitul. table iiair but by sharp
work at wiiicul oi mint he inward their r 1 -rs
The, ores wet at- I . M-Jl i J5
K.,veral uili r stiug games were played at ths
Brookim curt on club dav. J he spectators were
delighted st tha msnner in which l'btl Casey and
Tbomas MeKlroy polished ,,n Iir. 8hay and Prof.
Cojrlai, lbs latter cjuli bardl billivi hli tyi
uortsnuiu'n (Soodi. H
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Tire- and Ktindi les at cost tl iH
bTAltn MHtFL COMPANY 1.12 F.sst 2gd si. 4H
nr- Tires Hlau.hirred. Lot of good makes, itil ,JL1
'LO Odds and F.nds. '' ?)lsi
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TUESDAY, OCT. 3D,-TO INCLUDE ifl
SATURDAY, OCT. 2 1 ST. f.ffl
TlmrmiHj anil sntuntn.Tii. 'f jH
Races on the Flat. , ''
Hurdle Races and Steeplechases.' M
1st Day, Tuesday, Oct. 3rd. 'fl
THE MATRON, ' fl
MANHATTAN HANDICAP, ,, f. fl
JEROME HANDICAP, UM
AND TI1R12H 0TI1UR RACES. 1 " H
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111 SIC I'.Y (IN I LltMI'S BAM). I )
Take 2d av " I. In Willis av Ihenc by Hpeclal ! : H
Tiallia to Morris Pirk at 12 30, 12.45. 1.05, 1.25, ' ' , H
J 40, 2.00 and 2 U. P. M. ' M iH
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Just esst of Broadway 2d, 8d and eth ava, L's ' i, H
4th ave. eleilrlrs pass door. atOruudsa, ' . jljl
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Pleasure Vehicles uM
OPTIIK lirsT CLASS, t .? ;jH
FOR TOWN AND COUNTRY. 'Hffl
We carry in stock finished (or build to llls H
order) the litest vnriety of vehicles in the mW
World, comprisiiij: everv SfanJard Style and '','f.H
Novelties for driving Single, Team, Tandem,,,. ' "lyH
Tlirte-Abreast, and Four-in-HanJ, unrivalled ' v V
in rUhness of design and finish, offered at
prices the most ri'iMimble for the htchest 1 ' iH
(jradeol workmanship and material. A critical jj
Inspection of our stock Is earnestly requested. j l' ,
YVe leceive in trade a liumbrr of seoond-band 1 j )
v. hides or all styles, v. hlch. after l.slnc thoroa.hlr 1
repalrod In oirr uwu tuLtnr). ar. uflwr.d at loir ' ,H
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BOWLING TO-NIGHT 1
ORIENT WHEELMEN, ' 1
( h taiplon I-oniT I I a ml jM
(Clmriiitlonit NVw York ) . JM
STARR'S BOWLING ACADEMY, M
308-310 West 59th St. . M
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when belocktd st tho score board, as blrnself snl ' ,9J
partner had won the first uaina and Mt-innient ot ' ' S
iai tnrlnir the uiati-h, Tho scoria vser 21-lti, lt21t ' aH
i; 2i. I w 2i , ;k fll
Many mat nes wuro played at tha Manbattanrllls I i itH
Court ou i lull , lav- All wars at doubles. The oa. f I
tocrealo the moHtlnterehL was bntwvbti P. Bhorlall ( ' jJH
ii.l VV. Il,iii, I aL-ainst J.Snicuior and J. O'Kssfe. , '- (H
Although the Istt.r won the first two uarries and th ' -91
matoh. it was iilr l.y the narrdwesi of margins. .,'
Iheaioies w.l 2120, 21 IV, 111 21, SJ
The llsrl. in ( ourt Is bcoomiug a farorlla resort ' 9
foi iliosn l,o dcb.ht In chasliu ths llttla sphera. ,'., HI
A dozen .allies at doubles wars decided thsre on f 4HJ
ilubdar. All wem iloiely loutssted, audition
particular, bad as principals James llnnt and Trad- ' '''!
.ric PiHilin-loiiaifaliistJamseHulliran aud BsrnarA I , ,' ,,
Nolan. It was a best three-lu-t) allalr, and th 'V jjjH
former won out by their elusiss Ui-tles Tha scoiss i ij
were, 21-17, 18-21. 11 10, 21-1U, 15-21, '.' ) -:H
Crickrters Will Orlr a l'ootbmll Ass. V'U
rlavtliin. ' J.jB
The Mvnbatlan Cricket Club la orjanlns. an asss- ' it'iB
ciatlon football team, and will hold a mettln. sooo .A S.9
to make all arran.uuisnts, A crldlrou baa been s.r , S Jl9
I'lrei ut 1'iosiarl l'-rk.aol Ihuclub room of 111. ' J.'H
criiketrlub nillbnusod t.,rdreasln I'tirposes. VY. I''l
Adam, :.' Pine street, is artiuas aeoratary pro tam. ' l
Oames will I e piayod aver rljturday, but aoSuu- VH
dsy plar will bo iniliilfrd lu. Tho club has th , , l,I
nucleus ot a ilrst-class team and ahould lisi.asua- ,'
cesstal season. ' B
IIiiId's Arm l'ouuil In Hip Hay. r i, fl
A boatman nnrneil Charles Kn.llfih reported i .' -,1'ifl
at tlie Hteainbnat polli'oitalion yestordsy after. ,L
noon tlmt bo bad sci-ii tb bulyof a bnbysbout iJf . .fl
1H month old in Dod M in'n Core of Oovern- ' $ 'fl
or's lelnn.l, fuio'cnutn IlmrdBn was i-ont out fill
In u launch to lin. I th" I .)!. but all ha ooul.l V (ftB
dUuover wi h a tiMht haul Mini arm, II , i''
tx.ircliHil nil iliim :i.,l thou upturned to ths !,
p!or. Tho arm wns wilt to the Motiiue, jj 'A-
Ti-Irsrapbi-is Wnut to Join tlie.C. I". I;. . ' is.:
, At yosttiidny'a inetluc of the Central Fed. ',
er-tetl l.'mun it vrns nnuouiicod that th Novr ,
V.ik branch of tho Oi.lsr ot llftllrond Teln- 'V
i.U hers wanted lo join the enntrAl body. Th "
l Dion, it vins atati-d. bml wiittoti to W. K, I'ovt
fll. national .vur.'tary ot thn ordar, nsklnu for .1
bla coiitoni. foi tit .Now i jrk branch to alllN , '
late ultli tlisC I'. I'. I ,i
Her ITftti Suit for IHrorse. Sj
'Iiipek i. Kan O.'t. 1 -Mrs W. II. Oaten, wlfs ' '; gi'
of n woallhr fauuor ot lile.in.un ouuty, will i JtJ
bsirln her llttla iltvnri'" suit to-morrow. She ,:'"-
has brfii dlrorcetl fiotn four husbands and novr ) !,
charces her llftb tiusl an, ImiiIi orni-Uy anil III- , u u
tieat'iicnt. Hlie inairi.-t (, itch at Kansas City i It
n yeai aco Klin iill.i t.mihukI. " f ,h
In plunibltii; Is not (-ffprtrrj by tbs ''
puribase of oidlnaiy fltturcs, whlcn
nocd coiiHtant rcpulrs and are i
eource of nunoanro and cxpens. i
Plumbing Fixtures ii
are froi.onil' nl l,icus iboy woar ! its
ho woll ibis biiiiK duo to the fsi t ,1 ;'
that th' Ir il'-c'gii Is govorncil by 25 ,' "j
years' rxperloDw and a reputation . I ,
to maintain, tho U30 of thn bent ma. j- t
terlali nnd most careful' workman. ' j
6blp. ThH Inhuranri) ahould bo a f
coiialderalloii to ihi owner of even tl '
a low -con ho.r.i' ' i ' B ;
A in.i''. ,m , . I r jivrpi,fi i ',j
" " a i' i'i i i ., ,..-or , I
THE iMEVUR.?MH:!-N CO., LYd. , !i
MAM I Al a i.i li-, A.NJj IMl'-ttlJCUaV ' v -V
( Bait 19th 3111.1, , . '; j