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BROOKLYNS WIN AND LOSE.
sk(i a ami: ooei to xas iimsi-- ISO TOSS BY l)XB itVX, llc.tmn Annlii Heat Uio w York! and i.nln I"le rolnts-Bnltlmoros Kaslly Om nia) tti junkors-l'ltlsbnrs anil Louis tillee Ml" "ni1 r" lh Chlcmm. 'I he llrooklyns moved to Washington ) ester S da) .K'! 'ttr wallonlns tha home ulayers l r-' ctnie dropped tho seoond to Irwin's plat .i,r.inrun. This defeat allowed tho Dos t n. who won aaothereair victory over the . wY'-rks, to cut donn tho llrooklyns' lead t i ". to 04 points. The Haltlmores took tha l ,i .ilolphias lnt" camp and aro not too far 1 . hind to overtake the ukors before the , on endf. The Loulsvlll.a defeated the, ( i, egos and the IMUsburei won from Bt. j ult. Burns's men thereby dropped back from a th to olghth place. The results: ,r, nMyn.lliWa.hlniitoii.il. lrl",a"?, . Washington. ; DruoMyn. 3- (S'""4 "ra,' llotton. 13, New York. ilaltlmore. 10, Philadelphia, 5. Plttsbure. W " lMat- " Iouunlle, 10, Chicago, 3, IHE IKCOED. Fit fr l..oilB 5." 44 rlWtl.b.r2....73 7J BIXI I'lston f" "-' Lnnllt - -602 lJuAipbUHil 6'. .Sl C.loat-o .71 71 .4111 llutZVn . '' .ISM New York S7 Hi .404 ?f Uull BJ C4 .Mi: Waakl.iItOB .50 ua .S60 I .ioll... " 4 ,D4IJCIll.Una ...aolSB .195 I.HOOLLIV. 1U; UASIII.NOTON, 3-riUST OAUt. tt (MiiMtTo.s. Oct. 3 The benatore and Bu jrrbi s divided honors In the double header ! lar and one of tho InrKrst crowdi of the mh a including many Dewey holiday eels i aiitsfifmnut of town. took ln 'he game after i i r u.vli- '1 he oi eiilnit number on the bill I il. y i'miiKoiip lni;Jliiimy Hughes on the i.r 1 an eim" a sorry exhibition nnd k lalh In h h illatributlon of dead head Jinwf.tnllrii. Ills delivery was slammed for twite lilts Hughes held the locale under the roll of Ills mansions dellvory, hie Pitching If ne theonl fiitiir nf the rnme, savins; two stectncular estrhes by Maul ofT Huvlies and hel-l. these Melding fe.it of tho Llllnutlan nnti gardener cutting oft long drives for tiro or three Unje lluehey Jennings replaced Anderson in tho final hall of the ninth, and played In the final game. The teteran Weyhlng was assailed for i. n safety shot In tho llnal gnmo. though the ln! ott the sllter-hnlred twlrlor were soat tfit'il, and only in the fourth did tho Huporhas a-ore In thl. liming successive hunts br Kel ler. Jennings and Jones were followed hy a double by Tom Daly Mcdann was ordered from the game) brllob Kmslla for conferring r atiti ro.a title on linbert. Mcdann was at tho bat when hl hit of billingsgate was Interpo liied. and Hairy replaced him. Dr. McJames muled brilliant ball in the final game, but luok wan with the Senators and the mod Ion lost a iKMit-breaklnggimo. Attendsnoe 3,500. The Hores WAIH1HOTOV BSOOILTlf. ii. ii. ro. a r. n. h. ro. a. x. f- ic r rf 113 1 oKtllf. lr 2 18 0 0 In, l.nk el I 3 3 0 heelsr, rf .a 8 a o 0 Mi . r :ib 1 i 3 8 (i And'a.lb.rf.t 17 0 0 Vrtinn. ll'O 1 H o o Jennl'st. lb.O o l o o 1 nun rf o o I on Jome, rf . I 2 1 o 1 i' Until, If 0 1 2 n flDlj, 3b . I 1 3 r, O lMdm.Ib n ii 4 1 n Wraley. ss..o o .1 1 0 V Minns, c 1 4 nCney, b .110 10 T i an i fi (i n 4 n l'arrrl, c 3 1 a 1 1 u"r' 'i ii o n i) Hughei, p 1113 0 nil. a n:4ir o Totilt 13 122711 2 'Kitted for McMinni In the ninth Inning. Wunuut'ia. 00050001 0 8 1 'ooklyn on 401061 12 lft on hiiti Withlnpton e. Ilrooklyn 4. Pint lf in hilli OfTRvim, 7. OJ Uushea, 4 Struck , it l Eranx, liby Hughe, f. Two base nits ."hick, Kffler Andron. Htolin lmtl Hlmlp, " Mrtiiu, Aninrson, lily. I'ev lTrapirea Emills p tiwyr Tirnf-3 lioura mdrirnlnutea. niMiTON.3; nr.noKi.TN, 2-sr.coNn ouie. IBIIIHT0K. I SROOKLTK. s. h. ro, a. n. a. ro. a. s. a', cf .1 11 r, ii 0 Killfr. If ...1 2200 - etierk.aao n 11 4 n KetUr. rf. o 3 1 0 o 'fHr. nb o 2 2 11 0 Jtnulnri.ib 1 1 o o A tlann.lb. 0 0 a 1 11 tone.cf o 1 0 1 n Harry . 11 0 11 o 0 Anilmin, cf O 0 0 0 0 I 'min. rf.o 1 s n 0 lulr. 2b ..o a 1 r o .1 ltrii-n,lf....o n 1 o 11 rlilcy, H...0 n n 0 1 ViMr n, 2b..O 13 0 0 Cuey, Rb. .0 1 1 3 1 V 'Wfra. c. 10 4 10 Mcflulre, c. 0 O 7 1 O 'Wlilng, p 1 1 I 11 0 UcJimca p 00000 'Mill a & 21 it 0 Tutall 3I0 1H 0 2 'litrryriplareil UrOann it 1st in the aiith innine. " aahlncttin o 0 n 0 o n Jro'iklfn 0 o 0 2 0 i 02 Fl ' )aai on 'rrora M'flahinnton, 3. left on hma lVelilnctnn 4 Uronklyri, fl. Flrfct lase on i'l 'IT Mi- Janira, I Htmck out l)y Wuhlng, 1 Ii Mi Jsmri r. Two-biac hlti-Mfrcir. Kelley, nj Holtn liaapt O'lnen. Dsly. McOann. iinM llay McOanu si A Weyhlng. Hit hy pit-licr-Ily Ueybing.!. t'rai Ires :inslts snd Dwyer. m:e 1 hour and 45 mtnutea. BOSTON-, J.I: NEW TOBK, 4. IlosTojr. Oct. 3 -Very poor work hy Dohony and tho fact that Boston played very good ball. In a meaiure explains tho loss of to-day's -.imebyew York Tho weather was again of 'he arctlo nrlety. .1 condition that sepmed to have had more ofTect on tho New Yorka' work than on Iloatons'. Doheny practically lout hlsown game as he gave nine basei on balls, mads a wild pitch and hit a man. all of which figured In th run gettlnc. Ho also re eilved very poor support. Doyle was put nut of thn game for continual kicking hy l mplre Hunt. The score: ro'rov. stw ions, if .. . n. rn. . . n. 11. ro. a. 1. Xaimlti n.cf.o 11 3 o n VinH'fn.lf.l 2 3 11 0 Tnmy, lb 3 2 11 1 1 O'Hrlen.Sb 01120 L, llif M. . 2 o 1 4 0 DiTlx. e 117 2 1 I'liflT.lf 3 3 2 0 ODoTle. lb. 1 1 B o 0 Suhl.rf. .3210 0 Wirner. lb ,0 0100 1 olllna. Sb 2 2 1 11 o ninison, 2b.O oil lone 2b 1 2 r 3 OVflleon.c. 0 3 3 1 MiUlTin.lf..o n r 1 0 nemlnc, cf.l 1 a 0 1 J.el. p 1 lio 0 WoodraB.rt.0 lino i . .";.T.T Doheny, p.. 0 1010 Intil 13 II 17 0 1 I Totals. ... 4 8 24 8 4 J'nitnn O 1 3 O O 4 R O . IS Ntw York 2 010100UU 4 Two-liaaa hits Duffy, Stshl. ITomfi run DoyIo. Jan Haltran, Collina. Karrlfics hit Himllton. tn ri; haasi-Tenner. Stihl (2). O'Brien. Flrat ham en lialla-ofl Lewis, a; off Doheny. V. Htrnck out 1.1 Jta, 8. by Dohenr. 3. Donble play Lowe and l.nnay I'aaseil bill Wllaon. Wild pitch Dahenr. Hit by iiitcbeJ bill By Doheny. 1. Time J hours. I mplrai-Swirtwood and Hunt. Atttndanee 300. BALTIUORE, 10; rillLADELFHlA, S. IIai TiMone, Oct. 3. The Orioles defeated the Phlli iialphlaa tO'diy In an uninteresting uve-lnnlnic raine. It via too cold for good ball playing and the lialtiinrirea won because they wsro the more fortu intt Theacorei I SALTiuom. rillLADiLriiu. ., " H. ro, a. t. n. n. ro. a. t. Menriir.Yb 2 i) 1 n 2 Thoruas,cf..o 0 1 o II lues, If. 1 o l n ( Cross, ai... .114 3 0 l"mont.2b.O 112 0 DcleU'y.lf ..I 2 0 II O I ult. cf. . 2 o o 0 0 Cnllea, lb. 0 O. o o 2 h'uter as. i 2 o a i Flick, rf u o o o 0 iheckird. rf.l o o 0 0 Liuder. ab,.l o 1 n 0 I ch'nce.lb 2 3 M o 0 McFirl'nd.e O 13 0 0 timltli.c ....1 l a a 0 Dolan, 2b ,.o 0 4 4 0 How.ll.p....o 2 0 0 0 l'lltt, V ...O OOOO . , Doujlll,lb3 12 0 0 lon'.i, ..10 mi s ii I Totals ., S 61 7 3 SI?', "."Y'v, 3 4 0 1) 4-10 nulidelphls o 2 1 o 2 0 lir.tbiaehrerrora Baltimore 1. Left on baaaa raliiiiKui. 4 I'hllailalphla. 7. Kirst base on balls uillnwiii.4. off Putt. 3 Struck out by Howell, i by Piatt. 2. Hiree-baaehlta-Kelater. Delebanty. In. baa 1 lma-Lhauea. Hmlth. Howell, MoFir uiiil -(arrlnc e hlt-McOnw Stolen baias-MoOraw i ' Holme hi, MrFirlanU, Lsuder. lilt br Pitcher "1 Putt, 3. t'niplres Mantsatn and Bnydsr. AM,nilance,72B. Time 1 hourand4S minutes, rrronuiia, U; it. locu, 0. Hr I.01 is. Oct. a -The rittslmre Plrites dafsitsd ia reifcctos tu-day. The Qeldlng work of the Per i" 1 'a showed adeclJud lmproomcnt oer thit of 1 1 rdit, tint tha I'lntes swatted Powell at will, '" 'miiiiie lud two tuples being acciedited to In to tliei stjicnth Inning tbe l'erfectos 1 ' lit tin 1 had (Mime well In hind, but tbe vial 1 tiled them In urn, two. tluee order, it the. " ii' turn. SLurinu 6e rum. Attendance CuO. The '. Loiia rirrtsuBO, . 11. ro. a. x a. i. ro, a. s. J ' ' 'i I o 1 4 11 1 DonoTiu.rf.l 1 a o o ' I it, If ii ;i o 11 v U'i'irtby.lf 1 2 2 o p a lb 1) 11 111 11 0 Wllllitns.Sb.l 3 o O 0 ' - ib (i 11 3 3 0 M'Cieerv.cf.l 2300 a . a a 3 4 r. 1 Dillon. lb...o o 0 1 O ' t jli. 0 11 a 3 ll'.ly. a . .,1 4 r 4 O 1 ' 11 ir. i t 3 1) o liuw'rm'n, c.l 1 r. o o ." ,11 I 11 " o'Rrnlth. 3b.. 1 2 a 2 3 1 "Mi 1 1 n 3 0Leer, p.... 0 3 1 3 o a' il lujiua Totals.... 17i"b27 Z "l t' ' ' - ... II 4 1 O I O I) O 0-6 r '- ..') 0 1110 2 1 3-U II 1 mm Wallarr. Williams, MeCreerr Two. 4 nis-ltallice, Hurkett 'Ibree-haae hits-Mr- ', ' 'I' Sirrincu luta 1'lood, Uowernnu (3). 1 - 11 balls-on I'owcll, li off Lever. 4 Double - Viiilace, Flood and chrk (5)i Wallace and k. snucl. out-Uy Towell. S: by Lever, 4. 1 -d bill O'Connor, htolen bases Willsce, ' uor, t'mplrea-O Day and McDonald. Tims art and lomluutss. lopiaviLLr. 10; ciuciao, 2, ' " o. Oct .1, Pitcher Cunningham was at hia " ' 'ay and held the Kouuh Hiilers safe from 1 1 lliiuli 0.1 tbe mbcr haml the Colonels 1 1 do tumble 111 uouiidlni; Callalun's cime ' "nil they scored in eaar Mitory. The Earns ' ' iloffsature, attendsnee 400. Theacorei IS1IACO. louisriLLs. n. n. ro, a. .' u. 11,10. a. 1. f If .01)4 0 Olloycf 0 1100 iiiuecf ..0 2 2 1 1 dark, if ...1 1 a o o ''1111,1b 11 1 U 1 1 I.eaili. Sb ..1 I 1 II O .'."'I .. o 2 (I 2,Waitner. 2b ,1 n n 4 u niL2bo 1 1 j o Ketrhsm. rr.'i 3 1 o n nialln tin 1 11 o Kelley, lb, .2 2 1 O ' ! tn.ea.o 11 1 11 1 Immor.c ..O 1 11 o 'ih'ie.c 11 r. 1 OCllnsiuin.asl 0 2 3 1 i in. V l " o 11 oouuithmpu 113 0 Icial 2 h 27 17 ft' Totals ioiiTrTl" ', '' 0 n n o o 1 'o o 1 2 - "Villa 0 3 a O O 0 O O 4-10 1 .'.."' i"' "n errors - Chicago, 1; Iulavllle, 8. -' t 'U batcs-ciilcago, fl; Louleille, 7. First bus uV MMsjBaBeseesausiaaK..faMeaaaai.seiiBeassasissselB(a on balls Off Oillihin, 8: off Oaantnshssa, 4. Btrnek out-Hy Cillabin, Si by Ounnlngham, 1, noma mn-llradley. Three-base hlts-Wsirner(l), In. Two-bias hlt-Lsnge. Bicrlflcehtt-rimmrr. Stolen biae Leaoh. Donbls play Leach, Wagner and Kelley. Hit by pltcher-lly Callahan 2. WiM ullch-CslUhsn. Uinp ess-Latham and Connolly, Tiras 1 hour and 4S minutes. Ilasabalt Games To-Uny, MTIOVIL LTAOCI ADD AMmlCAX AIS0CUT10X. New York at Boston! Brooklyn at Waahlngtom Phlladrlphla at llllllraorei llttebnrg at Ht. Louli! naseball Notes. Ilia Lhlcasos won eight tamea ind scored sa.'runs aitainsl iho Cincinnatls, while the Beds captured six games and tallied CW runs. The Mauler A. 0. of Brooklyn, his completed Its schedule for the ssason. Iblrty-ons camea were played tgatnat all tbs leading clubs ln New Jersey, Connecticut and New York, and only four wars lest rmecrios, O t. 3.-The rreshmon baseball tsam defeated the Juniors this sfterneon In the second gsme of thelnteraatlonal aeries tor the possession of Hie clsss baseball trophy cup, by the aenrs of 8 to S. This Is the nrat opportunity the baseball manage ment baa bad to get a line on the material ln the en tering class, and Captain Hillebrand believes tint he his the miking of several 'vsrslty players among the freshmen. tOOTHALU Work of tha Men at tbs Bis Colleges Other News. Oamdiudoi. Oot 3. narrard'a football sleven IssufTerlng from a multitude of Injuries and will enter tha same against Bowdoln to-morrow minus hsr best man. The list of cripples inaludaa taoklas Bwaln and Eaton, tha first suffering from a blood olot on tha lag musolei and the second from water on the knee : Daly, quarter baok, sprained ankle : Olersooh, water on tbe knee; Campbell and IMsttae, with a muscle blood clot and u lama shoulder respectively, and Parker, half back, with a lama knaa. In the praotice Oapt. Bur den also received a crack In the fasa to-day. To-night his face is swollen to twice Its natural alza. It Is doubtful It ha plays to morrow. As a whole the practice this afternoon was very discouraging and to-night it looks aa If Bowdoln would havo an excellent chance of crossing Harvard's coal Una as sha did last year. Tha feature of tha afternoon was a Ions run by Bawln, of the first eleven, who Is taking Ileld's place while he Is conductlns tho fall baseball practice. It wnson aklak-oIT. and he received tha ball on his own 30-yard line and ran for a touchdown, dolnc some pretty dodging and swerving. Otherwise tha work of tha backs was slovenly. Burnett did fine work on tha second eleven. He threw Hargent around at will and fre quently made tackles at the ends that ware wonderful. New BnunswicK. Oct 3. Columbia's 'Var sity began Its football career auspiciously to day by defeating tha Rutgers College eleven by a score of 30 to 0. The team played fast and well on the whole, bnt a much larger score was prevented by fumbling and offside play. On the kick off Columbia got tho ball on her ten-yard line, and began a series of ruthea which took it to nor opponents' five-yard line, when it was lost an a fumble. Itutgers failed to gain the necessary live yards, and Denman was pushed over for a touchdown after five minutes of actual play. Bruce kicked tha goal. Right minutes Intgr, Biraons cotnround the Rutgers' end and scored again for Columbia. Tha goal was missed. On the line-up Columbia sot the ball on a klok and through two successive brilliant runs of fifteen and thlrtr yards Jones crossed tha Rutgers' line Mr tho third time. Near the end of the half Edgar got through Columbia's lino for a run of thirty-five yards, and this was the only time cltirlnc the came that Columbia's goal was menaced. The ball was lost on downs and tha half closed with tha pity on Rutgers' twenty-yard line. Bcore: Colum bia, III: Rutgers, 0. In the second half Mllllken and WrcofT replaced Edgar and Rapalgeon the Rutgers team and Columbia fiutlnOwen, Irvine and Berrien in place of Iryan, Knapp and Denman respectively. In this hslf Columbia scored twice more through the fast work of Capt, Simons. Gilchrist and Berrlsn. hut nolther goal was klcksd. Total score: Columbia, 20: Rutgers. 0. On the whole the Columbia showed up ex ceedingly well. It was noteworthy that tho team never lost the ballon downs throughout the game, but the linn is not strong or quick enough to stop opposing plays. Coach Bsnford Is endenvorlng to remedy this defect before the l'rlnceton game to be played In Now York on Oct. 14. The line-up to-day was as appended: Itu atrs. Pontions. Coltunofa, Petit Right end Weeks VauWinckl Blghttackla j Urtt& Palerson Bight guird j "owen Ranson Centre Wright Woodruff Left guard Bruce Wlrth Left tickle Hraythe Van llovenberg Left end , Putnam Mann Quitter back Wilson lUpalge I itiBhtbalf I Blmon; (Cipt.) Mllllken l....Kignmair.....j Denram Edgir I T.ftlnir f "erien Wycoff ....Left bair,. ., j Qilchriat McMihon iCipt.).. . .Full back Jones Touchdowns Denmm, Jones, Berrlsn, Simons, Ollchrlst Ooils kicked Bruce. Referee-Slocovitch, Yale. Umpire. O.F.Binford, Yale. Timtn. l'arsons, Itutcers; Johnson, Colum bia. Linesmen, Brink, Kntzera: Kelly, Columbia. Twenty and Ufteen mlmre halves, ritisciTow. Oot. 3.- lu spite of the scoring which they received at the hands of the coaches yesterday, the Tigers to-day wore unable to pull themselves out of the rut Into whioli thsy bti fallen this week, and ln the practice with tha sorub this afternoon were sent hack to work ln the first prin ciples of the game which ware In .vogue a week ago. The back field, whoie faulty work of the pait few days demoralized the work of the entire team, received the particular atten tion of the coaches this afternoon, who spent an hour before the line-up in reviewing with each man the prinolples which have been taught during the past week. In the line-up with the scrub no attempt was made at scoring by either team, but after each play the game was stopped and the coachers explained to each player what his particular fault was or how he might have made his efforts count for more. The two sets of backs, which wore used on the 'varsity, fumbled continually and there was a complete absence of concerted aotlon in the forming of the Interference for and plais. Arthur roe was out in his old po sition at right and for the first time this season and materially strengthened the lino. Lloyd, n hlg senior was tried at Illllebrand's ptseeat right tackle and will probably nil the liosltlon until the ex-captain la again able to resume play. Twelve players havo bean taken to tho University training table and other can didates will be added as they show their ability. These men are: Hlllobrand. Booth, Mills, Palmer, I'oe. Edwards, l'ell. Duncan, Kafer, Wheeler, Reltar and Beadslsy, Ithaca. Oct. 3 In a practice game of two ntteen-mlnute halves. Cornell's scrub team succeeded ln scoring once agnlnsttho 'Varsity, and only once near tha close of tho second half did the 'Varalty succeed in u forced touchdown. While the 'Varsity team to-day contained sev eral 'Varsity substitutes. Walbrtdge and Mer rlson, regular half backs, were behind the line. Captain Starbuck'a plsos was tilled by rJchoel kopf. who It is thought will bo permanently promoted to thla place as a 'Varsity substitute. Wilson, 'Varsity substitute tackle, relieved Cross at left end. Dorner played at centra for tha first time this year In tha first half the scrub team after advancing the ball to tha 'Varsity thirty yard Una scared a touahdown by an and run. Calllnan, a prom ising freshman candidate, took tha ball and utter a twenty-flvo-yard run around right end scored for the scrub eleven. In the second half the 'Varsity again had all they could attend to and freuuently the eorub backs broke through the 'Varsity line and blocked the 'Var sity csntre rushes After the rather enoour aging praotice of tha 'Varsity yesterday, to day's work and the poor showing against the seeond team was a surprise to many. Traoy, Hohook and Taussig, all old 'Varsity msn.weio on tha field and assisted la tha eoaohlu. Niw Haen, Oct. 3. Cunhn, tho big Ha waiian, was again at centre on the 'arslty eleven to-day, having about entirely rocoverod fiom his leg bruise, He played a first-rate game, it great Improvement oer MoConnoll. whose poor work ou .Saturday lost Yale a doyen or mora points. A olfDoult stylo of snap back was tried to-day with xucoess. Instoad of tha ball being rolled back to the quarter. It Is raised from tbe ground and thrown baok in the manner of half a dozen years ago, De Baulles, who was again on the 'Varsity, bandlod tha ball quickly and cleanly, The practloe was vary short this afternoon and was entirely devoted to the offensive, tlie col lege side not being allowed to take the ball at all tfhnrpe tried drop kick from the 20-yard line, which was blocked. IIwas disappoint ingly slow in getting it off. Curbln, the old Yule cttptuln of 1HI1. was on the Held to-day nnd gave much of his attention to Cunha He said to-night "Yale must work as sha never worked before to make a winning team. There is material enough and to spare, but will need an snormnus amount of cosehlag to put It Into shape before tbe blc games." I'liiLAPELpniA, Oct. 3. Pennsylvania had football practice to burn to-dny. After play ing the scrub for three-quarters of an hour another forty-five minutes were spent in a practice gamn with Bwarthmore. The latter played n stiff defensive gatno and it was full r twenty minutes lieforo 1'ennaylvanla could score, when attar a series of plunges Coombs went over for a touchdown. A moment later Pennsylvania tumbled and was nearly eoored I against RECORD AT MORRIS PARK. ItXitAltKABLK VICAT BT TMXAUX VOWS inn KVLIPBK counix. Ilromley a On, Take the Uos'i Share of the 830,000 Hang Up ln the Star Fantur of Westchester's Tall Opealng-Klnir ilat leycorn Celebrates Ills Iteturn to raver. A batter programme has rarely bean pre sented at the Jockey 0 tub headquarters than that wliloh signalized the opening of the West chester Racing Association's autumn meeting yesterday, Tha weather was crisp, bright and iavlgoratlng. and the natnral framowork of the picture In Its autumn coat of bronze aud green proved a welcome change to racegoers after tha monotony of Qravesond. The attendance was surprisingly good, considering the rival attraction of the yacht race, and at least 0,000 enthusiasts ware on hand to see the rich Matron Stakes and other specialties daolded. The Matron was worth $20,000, and a large field of the best two-year-olds In training turned out to try for a share of the money and honors over the Eclipse oourso. rJuperin tandont Gorman had the course In perfeot con dition and the only withdrawals from the field of fifteen named overnight were J. It, Keeno's Ohaoornao, J. E. Midden's Oulden and Perry Belmont's Gou Talon. Ohaoornao was taken out beoauie of a discouraging final axllop. Ouldon retired in favor of his stable com panion, John Fritz, while Perry Belmont de clined competition with Oonfnlon In this event andEthelbert In tbe Jerome Handicap owing to the death of Mrs. Belmont's brother, Russell Bobbins. Mr. Jersey was added In the junior event, making a Held of sixteen ruuners. Of these Bromley & Co. 'a pair. Indian Kalry and Wind mere were most fancied, but ssveral others wera wall played, Including Grcea I). Morris's Mortrlne.J. J. Hyland's Brigadier, and Kllt T Hitchcock's Red Path. J. It. A F. P. Koene'a Domino Ally, Runaway Girl, tried to live up to her name, and she started down tho hill at a fraud cllp.wlth Modrlne at her tbroat latch ana ndian Entry next ln order. In the dip tbe Iroquois Fairy Ally moved to tho front and little HIack punched her along with suoh good results that she won out by a length. Red Path raced ln the middle of the flying bunch to the Inst furlong when he responded magnificently to O'Lenry's call and captured the place by half a length from Run away Girl who lasted long enough under Hpencer's urging to beat Klllashandra a head. Tha value of the stake to the winner was $17, 000 and his nominator. W. II, Jackson, also re ceived $l,f00. The seoond horse won $3,H00 for the Hltohcocks. and $1,000 for his nomi nator, August Belmont. The Kcenes had nominated their own fllly. Runaway Girl, and her third position represented a gross winning of $2,700. The time made In the Matron race was smart enough to nrouse comment, but it was promptly dwarfed by Firearm In tha Manhat tan Handioap over the same routs. Voter and Previous, the two top-weights, declined the Issue, and Firearm ruled favorite, but tho play on him was light nnd Hellobas closed in al most equal demand. Matanza. Tolaca nnd Lady Lindsay were tha other startors and an all were reported to be right "on edge," tha experts reached for thnlr chronometers. If tho watches did not brsak It was not Fire arm's fault, as the hnndsome four-rear-old son of Rayon d'Or Fides came down the hill and through tha stretch at a p.vo never before seen ovor the course or elsewhere. O'Loary eat so rtill and took matters so easily that many onlookers were deceived as to the pitco until the figures were hung out. Then them was a general gasp of aHtonlshment followed by a h"Hrtr oheer as the regulars realized that the world's record had been knocked to pieces. The previous mark was I :ir.. mnde by the mighty Domino ln 1800 and tied by Banaatar last May. Domino was only a two-year-old and shouldered 12H pounds; Banaatar was a four-year-old with only lit) pounds, and full credit must be conceded to Firearm, as ho had 120 pounds ln the saddle, and won with such lse that be could have been ten lengths lnstea of two ahead of Hellobas at the line. It was a popular triumph for tho Blemton east oil and his astute young trainer, James Boden. King Barlsycorn celebrated his rostoratlon to 0fncl.1l favor by capturing the Jerome Han dicap, over the hill Only four accepted the Issue, and Mao Leod of Dare was almost played ofT tho slates. He was never much of a factor, however, as when Maid of Harlem had tired herself out In front. King Barleycorn cams through on the long homestretsh and won, ridden out. by a length Maid of Harlem struggled over the line gamely three lengths clear of Jefferson, wblio the favorite wound up the procession. Tho features of the othor races were tha de feat of Rush by Chsrentus, the clean cut vic tory of Btar Bright In the maiden two-year-old dash and tha successor the "Irish King's gift horse." Maximo Gomez, in tho closing event of the day. Jookeys Spencer. O'Connor and Wed derstrand wore up again after the enforced holiday meted out to them by the Gravesend Htewards. but neither sueceeded In earning brackets. Summary: First Rice For three-year olds end npwardaj by subscription of $10 each to the winner; with Seoo added, of which $120 to second and $7ft to third; penllties and allowance; tbe Withers mile. O. L. Rlchards'e b. g. Cbarentue, 5, by Oharaxns Contents, lift iJcnklna).. 1 T. C. McDowell's b. f . Hush, n. HMflponrer) 2 Marcus Daly'a oh. h. Isldor. r. 118 T irall 3 Peep o' Day, Latson ind Cirnero also ran. Time, 1.404: Betilns Fifteen to 1 lealmt Cbirtntns, 7 to 10 Rush. 7 to 1 Isldor, 8 to 1 Peep o' Diy, 40 to 1 1.ition, U to 1 Carnero, SECOND HACK. Tor maiden two-ycar-olda; hy subscription of $S etch to the winner; with $&oo added, of which $70 to second and $30 to third, special weights; list Ore mil abilf farlongsof the Ecllpte Coarse. T. 0. McDowell Voung'e br. c. Stir Bright, by Amtree-Hpaldiemore, 112 (Depee) 1 W, II. Clirk'a ch c. The Scotchman, 112 (O'Lesrj. 2 r. 11. Ilranl'a ch. f . Allilre, lOIMBoland). a Little Breeches, Kindred, Radford, Midwooil, Kil ogram, Mich', Cracker. Beh-rido. Watercure. Suniol. Eileen Dily, Back Talk and Pink Domino also rtn Time. 1.01 Betting Four to 1 igilnet Star Ilrleht. 1 to I The Scotchman and Little Breechea oouiilea aa W II. Clark's entry. 40 to 1 Allaire, r,o to 1 Kindred, a to 1 lUdford. 15 to 1 Mldwood, 4 to 1 Kilogram. 40 to ) Angle, tiO to 1 Cracker, in to 1 llelgride, KO to 1 Waterrure. SOtolHunlol, 20 to 1 Ellseu Daly, 200 to 1 Back Talk, u to 2 Pink Domino Tninp HACE. The Mitron StiVes; for the produce of mires to run as two-) ear-olds in the autumn of 16tTt. purse $20,000. of which $2,000 to second and $1,000 to third, to tbe nominator of tho dim of tho winner $1,000, to tho nominitor of the dim of tbe eecond $1,000. and to the nominitor of tbe dam of the third $ouO; stake weights, pemltles and allow ance. Eclipse Course, Bromley t Co.'n ch. f . Indian Filry, by Iroquois Fairy. Ill (Slick) 1 F. It A. T. Hitehcock'a ch. it. Re! Pith, by Riyou d Or RedQIrl, luu (O'Leary) . 2 J. It. F. P. Keene'a ri f Rumwav Oirl. by Domino Fair Vision. 118 (Hpeueer) . . . .1 Ilia Royal Ulgbn-. Hammock. John Frltr, Yellow Till, Mo.lrlne. Killiahtindra, Orthla, Precursor. Wndniere. Mayor Uihoy, Brigadier, Mr. Jersey and LaTuscall, also ran. llmc-l.lO'f. netting Thirteen to r, igalnet Indian Fairy and Wuidmere coupUd as Rrouiley .V Co. 'a entry, n to 1 Red Pith, 10 to 1 Kumwiy Ulrl. K, to 1 Ilia Royal illiihness aud Himmock coupled aa p J. Owyer's entry. 100 to 1 John Fritz. 10 to 1 Yellow Tall, E to 1 Modrlne, 10 to I KlUishtndra and Orthla coupled is Sydney Paget's entry, 20 to 1 precursor, 211 to I Mayor Uilroy, into 0 Brigadier, 40 to 1 Mr, Jeriey, 00 lo 1 LaTosca II, I'OL BTII ItACE. The Manhattan Handicap, for two year-olds and upward if entered Feb. 7 hy subscription of $00 each, half forfeit, or only $10 if ileclared Aug. 10: if entered Aug. IK, half forfeit, Jir.on added, of which $300 to second and $JOj to third, ISUli se course. J Uoilen's b. b. Firearm, 4. by Rayon d'Or rides. 120iO'Leiry t Bromley & Co'i ch. c. ilellobie, S 10fl, (O'Connor) 3 Sydney Paget'! oh. f. Toluca, 8, 102 (Dulltuan), 1 Mitanra ind Lidy L.ndaey also rin. Time, I,08I. Bitting Two to 1 igilnst Tlreirra, 11 to 5 Hallo his, 4 to 1 Toluca, 6 to 1 Matinra, 40 to 1 Lady Llndsey, H?TU IUCI. 'I be. leroine Handicap; for tkiea yeat-oldsi If en tered lub. 7 by subscription of $00 each, half ful fill, or only $10 If deLleied by Ann. IS, if entered Aug 10 $10Ueich, half foiftlt, with $1 000 added, of -which $300 to aecond and $.'00 In third, ouu rnlleuiid a quarter ovet tho hill. J. P. Kohlsoa'a ch, t. King Barleycorn, by Kin- tlki-Mattnt. 114 (Odoial . 1 Osceola Stables b. f. Mild of Hirlim. 100 (Dupes)., 2 F. D, Heard's oh. o. Fir Hubert, 06 (O'Connor) . . a MacLeod of Dare alio ran. Time, 2:09. Beltlnir fonrteon to 0 agilnst King Barleycorn, n to l Mild of Hirlcai. & to 1 Sir Hubert. 11 to 10 MacLeod of Dire. SIXTH JiACi:. Celling for three-yeAr-oIds ind upward, non winueis of $1000 it ten pouuos above the acale, by eubscriptton of $10 each, to iht winner; with $71)0 added, of which $100 to aeeon I aud $M1 to third; peni ties and allowances, the Withers mile, M. Clanry'a ch. g. Maximo Oomei, 4, by Victory gnesal, li)S(Bola ill 1 F. II. Heard's b. Jefferson, e, KS (Brlen) 1 Hiyraan A Frank's ch. c. Dm Rice. 4. ion (Jenkins) I Biugor, Holland, Myth and Arnahlaalso ran. Time, 1:40. Retting Seven to 1 airalnit MailmoOomez, 11 tn 6 Jefferson, 3 to 1 Dan Hice, a t I Bangor, 20 to 1 Holland, 0 to 1 Myth, 1 2 to 1 Acushla. The entries for to-dny's racea are as follows: l'lrstltace Mitninn Hurdle Handicap for -year olds aud over, $700 added, to miles oier eight hurdles. HompcrEjo 170 Anigrim, 135 .Inline Cs sat. 140 Mernn. ISO llenEder 188 Tbe Barhelor 100 Second Race A handicap for horses of all ages, $600 idded: list live furlongs of tbe Eclipse conns. Merry Day 11a Ktllaabindra 102 Rt. Callatin 110 McMeekln 10S Pupil 107,Mr.Jersey P'l Peice lOSlOrthta 83 Third Rice-The nurrlcine Belling Ktilet for 3- ycar-olda; f 1,000 added; list M furlongs of the ccllpis course. I Jen 62 Ml.'lc Light . . 104 neuron ... H2 Hei er 10 1 rimoke u; Nanv. to 1 King Bramble . 1114 Ringleader fif Coboniv in First Ohlp ' Tenderloin 00 Prestige OS Fourth Hies Fori year-olds; $"00 al1ed special wehthte, with penalties and allowances; last sl and a halt furlongs of the Withers mile. nisnioellency......110 Benilder 101 Sadducee.. 112 Kilmarnock, It Reynolds UB Herbert 110 (loldoae 118 Cleora , 112 Standing llSAUUold 110 Fifth naca-For maiden 8-year.olds and over, at apecUlwaighUi $000 added: the Withers mile. RUIn 10B Waterhonss 101 (len. Shifter. 101 Desperado 104 Hells of II ..J...101 Jonah lot) The IVimlaman ... .104 Ranford 101 Dr. FlUslinmons 104 Ruth Bice For a-year-flldl snd overt islllng; (700 added; the Withers mils. Tlurrieine l02Mylh It Foraettfot .. , on Gbaragreee 84 The Pride 106 Vivacious 101 Handpress ion Handcuff OH Bouchoa 8Hardly 103 Tha Werners at Chiracs. CnirAoo, Oct, il. Therewaaa bad fallln the fifth race at Hawthorne to-day and Jockeys Vitltoe and Shepard narrowly escaped death. Elsme fell tn front nf the grand stand and tbe Dragon coming from behind atruckner and fell breaking his neck. The boys were not badly hurt. Palvsble was the only favorlts to win. Summary! First Rice Four and one-half fnrlongs Fidel Toulln, 110 (Wlnkneld). 40 to 1, won: The Lady, 110 (tl. Hill), a to 1, second; Solace, 110 (Vandusen), 10 to 1, third. Time, 0 So1. Second ltaoe-Sli fnrlongi-Sly, 104 fN. mil), A to 1, won; Horse Shoe Tobacco, 106 (T. Burns), 7 to 1, second; Bertha Hell, 102 (Mitchell), to 1, third. Time, 1:14!(. Third Race One mile Balvible. 103 (T. Bursa), ft to r, won: Great Head, 102 (Vitltoe), S to 2, second; Found, no Uomlnlck), 4 to 1, third. Time, 1:40L Fourth Race Fire and nne-half furlongs Erla d'Or. lll(Deanl;!7tol,won; Yoloeo. 100(Vitltoe, 6 to 1, second; Innovator, 103 (H, Drown), 30 to 1, third. Time. 1:0814. Fifth Itarit-One mlle-Tlllle W.. 104 (Mitchell), 10 to I, won; Defender II, $3 (Dugan), 20 to 1, eecond; Eithllon, 108 (R. Jooesi.llftto 1, third, Time, 1:4! V(. Sixth Race One mile DeOanoe, 100 (Dugan), 20 to 1, won: Maurice W., 100 (N. Hill), 4 to 1, second; llusktn, 10U (Ames), 4 to 1, third. Tims, 1:484'. fo Meeting of the lntertcholaitte Associa tion. As all the officers ot the New York Inter scholastlo A. A. have graduated, there was no fine to call tbe first meeting for the new school year whloh waa schednled for yesterday. This has been the trouble for the past Cva years, and the head masters as well as the scholars are Indignant over such turn ot aSalra. Tha popular feeling always has been that the oflloers should be elected at the close of every school yoar. Tho meeting will be called for next Tuesday afternoon. Tho Athletlo Association ef Trinity,' School hold a meeting yesterday afternoon. Before the session tho Athletlo Committee met to per fect final arrangements for the Indoor games to be held the latter part of this month. They reported that tha outlook for the games was very favorable. On the suggestion of I'hysloal Director Helxas it waa decided to hold a grand ymnastln carnival In the gymnasium tne first weok ln February. The affair will be open to all schools tn the New York Association. Cricket. The Btaten Island Crlaket Club has every thing In readinsss tor (fie match which will begin 'to-day at Livingston, between All-New York and I'rlnce Ranjitslnhjl'a English team. The visitors arrived here on Monday evening asd want dlreot to tha Hotel Oastleton at Bt. George. They were interested spectators yes terday at tho yacht race, being the guests ot It. T. Rokeby. captain of the Rtaten Island eleven, and other New York orloketers, The game to-day will be started at 11 o'clock, and there will be as fsw delays as possible In order that the result may be reaohed tn the two days of tha raatflh. Soma dlfQoulty has been experi enced by the committee of the Metropolitan League lo selecting tha looal team, but they have ohosen tho best men available. Lawn Tannla. New Havin-, Oct. 3. The first day's play In the Inter - Collegiate tennis Tournament brought out some very fine tennis, ths Ward Hackett match being especially closely con tested. The results ot the day wera as follows: Preliminary Round nackett. Tale, defeated Origin, Princeton, fl fl. 82. First Round Davis. Harvard, defeated Alexander, Princeton, 8, o: Little, Princeton, defeated Pluinmer, Vile. 63, 01; Ward, Harvard, defeated Hackett, Vile, 08, 67, 04: Allen, Yale, defeated Marvin, Harvard, 2-0, o 4, 0-.1. The drawings for the second day's playwerat Binglcs-DavK Hirvard, M.Allen, Tils; Little, Prfmeton, vs. Ward, Hirvird, Doubles Preliminary round Hackett snd Allen, Tale, ve. Marvin and Thomas, Harvard. First Round Hauls and Ward Harvard, vs. Pints merand Childs. Yale; Little and Alexander, Prince ton, ve. winners of Hackett and Allen Marvin asd Thomas match. Football Notes. St. Rartholemew Juniors' first eleven would like to fill a few open datea ia October and November wlta teams avenging 120 pounds, for Sundays and holi days. The eecond team, too, has a few dates open with teams averaging 120 pounds. Addreas Fred Danlrainn, JOB Eiat Forty-second street. The Bin Remo football teim wlahei to arrange camea with Orange A. C. Mentclair A.tC, Riverside A. C, Newark A. C, lrvlngton A. C, Juiglewood A. V , Rutherford A. 0.. N'uller F. C.. Dread naught A. C. Platnneld A. 0 and Long Branch A. O. Addreta J. A. O'Donuell. 823 Weat Fifteenth street. St. Agnea's Lyceum Rugby team of Piteraon Is booking gamee with all flrat-clasa teams and would like to arrange a game for Oct. H with either lbs Summit A. O.. Dunwoodle of Yonkers or teams representing Jeriey City or St. Aloyslns of Newark, if a suitable guarantee is offered. John Clarkcn, ut!S Main street, Peterson, N. J. The Murray Hill Football Association has nearly completed Its acbedule. The opening game will be on Oct, 7 with Seton Hall College at South Orange. Tbo association would like to hear from llrst-class college or athletic clubs for the remaining open dates Addreas Nat C. Strong, uul First avenue, or II. J. Bartro, IDS Broadway, room S, The Crescent A. 0. of The Brosx would like to hoar from toama averaging 18S pounds, to be played on home grounds, Oct. 7. Nor. 4 also open. Credenda A. O.. liters of Tremost and Drcadsaueht A. C. secosd tsam preferred. Out-of-town teams must give a suitable guariutou. Address R, U. Jurdiu, 003 Kast 140th street. Tha following games hare been arranged by the manigtrof the Oeorgetowu team: Oct. 14, Naal Academy Cadeti, it Auuipolls. 1H, Msryliud Agri cultural College, and 25, Baltimore Medical Colloge; Nov.l, University of Weit Virglala.anil 4. L'ntwraity of Maryland, at Georgetown: 11, Virgiuia Mllltiry Institute, it Richmond; 18, University ot Virgluli, atOcorgetown. Tbe outlook for a strong team it the Knslewood F. o Is bright. The flrit practice, wat lieldou laat Wedneeaay night. Twenty candidates appeared, among wbom were many pleyere promlntnt In foot ball circlei. Cummlnga, formerly of the Orange A. C hat bceu chosen captain, and II. P. Ward will be manager. A few datea itiil remain open. First rlaae teams desiring games should address the manager. Cluster, X. J, The Clover A. (' of Klaten Island would like to ar range Haturuiy lud holldiy games with ttimi avengiug 130 to 180 pounds. Address R. lie Donald, P, (). boi 11)13 New York. The second tsam of the Cloven would like to irringe gimei with teiiusiveriglng 110 to 110 poundi for Siturdiyn and holldayi. Addreta W. Orannle. P.O. box 331 Rosebink, Slates Iilaud. Tbe football team of the Toyola A. A., foiuerly the Alorts of Yorkville. le practising nightly. Tim Loyolnopeu their eeiaon on Oot. u at Newark with tbe St Aloyalua team. They bave atso booked games with YVllleW Point, Stir A. C. aud other crick tsaius. Oct 10 ii open for any 146-pound tenia al lowing a fair guaiantee. Addresa It. 1 McMiuou, 17.1 Eaat Eighty-fifth atreet. The t'nherslty of Virginia team Is slated to play eleven camel, ii follown Oct 7. Washington and lee University, at Charlottesville; II, Hnlvsreltr of Pennsylvania, at Philadelphia; 14, Baltimore Medl oil College, and 21, Oallaudet, at Charlottesville. Nor. 4, University 1 1 Mlcblitin. at Detroit: 1 1. Van derbtlt University, at Louisville; IS. Oeorretown, at Washington; 22, Maryltad University, at Charlottes ville, 80, Lehigh, at Riohmond. Prwceton, Oct . The freshmen 141:1 1 of thirty five players begin work thit afternoon un the frcah min field. Tbe schedule irraneed for tbem wis given out to-night as fallows: Oot. 7. Pennington Seminary at Princeton; Oct. 14. 11111 School at potts town Oct 31. St. Paul'aHthool at Princeton: Nor, 1 1 . St. John's School at Manllus, N. Y. : Nor 30. Yale 1003 at New Haven. Oamee with Lawnaievtlle. Berkley School, Columbia 1U03 and Rutgtra will also ho played. Mipdlxiowk. Conn, Oct. 8. Oapt. Ralph W. Rymsr, of the Weeleym foothill teim, waa oompslleU to take to hti bed to-diy biciuee ot hie knee which was Injured tn the Amkeret Aggies gams last Satur day. Ths doctor saya It will be ten dive before he can come out. Thla will prevent hie playing In the Uarvard-Wealeyan game un Saturday next. Hie lose will he considerably felt ae this gtme la one of the hardeat of tbe eeaaon. Rymer'a kuee hac been weak everiince he hurt It ln the WeslvyAU-Yale game lnt year. Maniger H. P. Turner of St, Jobn'e Ojllege, .n iienolls, hia arranged the following echedule. 0t. 7, Baltimore City College, at Annapolis: 11, Balti more Medical College, at Baltimore; 14, College of Physicians and Banreons. at Annapolis: 38, Western Miryltnd College, at Weitmlmteri Nov. 4, Washing ton College, at Annapolis; 11, Maryland Agricultural College, at College Park: 18, Oallaudet. at Annapo lis; 36, Johns Hopkins, at Baltimore; 2D, Delaware College, at Wilmington, Del.; 80, Pennsjlrinll Mill taiy Collage, it Cheiter, Pa. The students of the Eraimns nail High School of l'lttbuih, hive elected the following football of. flew Miniger, Prof, Morris: President, II. E. Thrall luou, J. O. Ullo, Itlul, Vice-President, Ar thur Kelly, 1V01, Ciptilu. The coarhc" will be Profi. Edgiriud Bockes. 0er fifty umllditei for the hrat and aecond elevens reported for prelim!- sry play on tbe Parade grounds at Prospect Park, Jiruoklyu. Mauager Morris has arranged the fol lowing schedulei Oct. 14. Montclalr High School, at Montclalr: 18, Montauk F. 0., at Brooklyn. 36, Brooklyn Latin school, at Parade ground!; Nov, 7, Brooklyn Bon' High School: in, Pntt Institute, end 23, ''Poly Prep," ill at Brooklyn; 35. Biltln Hlgb School, at Elizabeth; $0, St; Pant's School, at Harden City, To-day's Feotball Events. Vale ta. Trinity, at New Havea. Harvard vs. Bowdoln, at Oani bridge. 1'nlTirsltyof Pennsylvania vs, BuckoslI, at Phlli delpbli. Lafayette vs. Villa Nora, at Elites. Brown vs. Tufts, at Providence. Amherst vs. VfllUiten lemlasry, at Amhmt BIG STAKE FOR BORALMA. TUB TOVKO XJtOTIXn 1I7.V TUJS WU TVttlTT AFTKJt A ItAllli It A VS. laoey Drives lllm with Good Judgment nnd llecelvee Bl.OOO for Ills Success The Colt Sold Hefore the Event for 818,000 Kyelet Captures tha Tennessee Stakes. LsxiNuTuK, Oct, a. Tha Kentucgy Trotting Horso Breeder's Association opened Its twenty seventh annual fall mcetlnc under favorable auspices this afternoon. The weather was balmy, the track fast. and thoattendsnceD.OOO. strangers predomlnatlnc. The greatest three year old Futurity ever trotted In this country was decided, nnd the highest fee aver paid to a driver hora for winning a race was given to Oils Macey, who piloted Boralma to victory. Tho colt's new owner, Thomas W. Lawsonot Boston, gave him throe f 1,000 bills nnd the old owner, Bcott Newman, Jr., chipped In $1,000 mora. On his farm atl.oulsvlllo, when he won the Matron Stakes, which was worth $7,000. Bo ralma In tho pool selling last night was a big favorite, I.awson taking tlio Boralma end and Andy Walsh and his Boston friends tho field. Thousands of dollars wcrowagsrod on the re sult then and at the track to-day. l.awson could not buy tho Boralma end fast enough, Walsh's man offered $1,300 to $1,000 that Bo ralma would not win, and l.awson took It twice. The latter stood to win. reports say. all the way from $40,000 to $00,000. He Is tho man whoa fw years ago cnusoil a sensation by paying $:t0.000 for a tarnation. Thoro wero ten starters, all of them carrying money, espoolally the Now llami'-hlro colt Idollta. and the local llllv 1-xtasy, brldnmng to Major II. 0. McDowell, l'reldent of tho Asso ciation. C. J. Hamlin's entry, KflIe Hamlin, waa well backed. There waa tedious scorltii: In the first heat, and whon they got nwnv Idollta showed speed over tho field and won in such handy style, with Boralma lust, that he was made favorite at $100 to $100 for tho field. In tha second heat Frisky drove Idollta out ln 2:12. breaking the record for tho race. Boralma finished seventh. This mde Idollta n greater favorite, and when Bornlma broko in the third heat, just after leaving the wire, everybody thought ho was beaten. Then Iho crowd witnessed a remnrkable trotting feat. After passing the quarter pole Mncer began to drive Boralma and wont tho middlo half in 1:03, timed by a number of rcllablo watchce. and the last threo Quarters in l:.'r, winning the heat in J:lli amid the' plnudlts of tho spsc tators. Then oamoanothersurprlse. Charlos Marvin drove Extnoy lor the next heat, ami in an ex citing head nnd head finish with Boralnin, the daughter of Baron Wilkes, won it by n half length In 2:ll)j, But she could not get there again, and Boralma won tho fifth and cixth heats, distancing Idolltn ln the last heat, so that he got first and third money. Beforo the race Boralmawas sold by Dr. J. C. McOoy of Klrkwood. Del., to Laweon for $17. 000. McCoy bought tho colt of Scott Newman. Jr..of LouUvllle.for a reported price of $10,000. Bince then tho youngster ha won $11,000. which, with the $7,000 profit on the sale, makes McCoy a winner of $18,000 dnrlng the past fifteen days. The Tennesaso pace provoked a smart eon test between the favorite. Hnl II.. and F.relet. Tho former won the first two heats handlly.but could not extend himself In the others. F.yelst won the last three neat., the time being rather sensational. The last race, tha 2.14 trot, was a three-heat affair, being won by the favorite. Lucille. In hollow style. Summaries: Tennessee BUke. Mine $4,000; 3 OR class, pacingi Krelat.gr. m.. by Oimbetta Wllkei Eye See, by Nutwood (Kenney . . fl 2 1 I I HllB, b. a. (8ao) 112 7 7 Hell Boy. ch. g. (Polllttl 4 7 .1 2 2 Little Thorn, b. g. (McHcnry) 2 4 4 ;t n Colbent, ch. 1. (Dean) 3 .10 7 6 The Maid, b. m. (Curtis) 7 fl h fl 3 Daniel, b. m. (Spear) t 7 8 rt Falrvlew, b. g. (Crulihfteldl .1 l f. 4 4 Sally Tarlor. b. m. (Henuesay) . . . dls Tlme-2.0fl4. 2.01, 2:06trf. 2'00'L 2'08'f. Kentucky Futnrlty, valno $1(1,000; thies-yrir-old trotters, Bonlma. eh. e., by Boreal Kiral- ma. by Karl (Tracy) 10 7 1 2 t 1 Kltasy, br. f. (Marvin) H H 1 0 2 Idollta. b. c. (Marsh) 118 0 Mis The Bondsman, b. c. (Thayer) rt n 2 8 2r.o Risky, blk. f. (Hughes) . .... 2 2 4 4 nr.o King Vasco, b c. n an Kvera) .. .. 4 n fl K m.n Oracle Onward, ch.f. (Reach)) ...71(110 fl 4 r.o HetUe Hamlin, b. MOeera 1 .. tl tt 7 H 7 r.o 3t. L's Brother, b.o.iPayne) .... r. h o 7 dr Tho Merchant, ch. c. (McCoy) .. .8 4 u dr Time 2:13, 2:12, 2 13, 2.11W. 2:1UH. 2 I4tf. 2:14 clasa, trottlnE-, purse $l,0oo. Lucille, b. m . by Bruuimel'a dim, by Major Benton (Rathburn) 1 1 1 Improvidence, b. m. (Ylteri 2 2 3 BdniCook, b. m. (Collina) .'14 2 Irie O.. b. in. (Oorbey) 4 S 4 CirrteSblelds, cb.m, (Deryer) ' 0 0 Prince of India, br. e. (Vanmeter) ... . dr. Tlme-2U0H. 2:01. 2:10, Pntsey Tbrown by Hopples. Ryracuhe. Oct. fl The harness races of the Onondagn County Fair began here to-day. Only a small orowd was present, owing to the cold weather. One race, tho 2:40 trot, wns fin ished. It was easy for Little Hello, who had no mark. Bourbon Hearsell. it is tnought. could have won. but his driver evidently did not care toglvothe horse n mark. In tho third heat of the paolng race. 1'atsey. who started In his first race with hopples, got caught In them and stumbled. The driver wbp thrown and the sulky wrecked Hummariori: 2:40 class, trotting: purse $200. Little Belle, b. m by llellwood, dam by hing Arthur (McOtnn' 1 1 1 Bourbon Searsell. b. c.iCuater) .2 2 2 Ruaaell McOregor, ch g. iltusacll) .. 4 I :i Woitherwood, b. k (Bmlth ... .030 Kendall, b. g. (Moaheri 3 11 fl Ooldwood. ch. g. (McVainara) 0 1 4 Wlnaome. 0. m.iBenham' .7 7 7 Shandon, b. a. (Cornell) .... .... a dr. Tlmc-2:2W. 2-28S. 2'J7,. 3:32 claai, pacing; puree $250 (unnnlabed). Pataey, Ii. g , by Mambritonlan, dim by Him- bletonlin Prince (Snow) I I H Hirry tilll. b. g. (Moaher) 2 3 1 Robert II. b. g. iMattlaoni 2 8 2 Hodont.hr. ni. (Webster) 8 4 4 Comet, br. g. tOurcr) 8 6 8 Veto, ch.g lOilliiherl 4 fl Vlnto, blk. s. (Cornell: u 8 5 Cella, gr. m. (Leonard) U t l Vila bell, b. 111. (Johnson 7 7 7 Tlme-2 20if. 2.23tt'. 2.32K. Ilnraess Ttaclnc the reature at Wnverlv's Fair. The harness racing at Waerly yesterday was the chief feature of the fair. Tho attendance was not so large a on the opening day in for mer yeats owing lo th" surrounding towns being prolty well dialned of persons who went to see tho International yacht nice. Summary follorfe- 2:S(i elais, pacing purse $1,000. hpring Ro , b. g ilillowi 2 3 111 Eajle Medium, irr g (Norton) . . 114 3 0 Prince A. b. c.iTyson) 2 3 3 Master Ollbert, br.g. 1 Birney) 4 4 3 4 4 Marchmont.b g. (Murraii 7 H 0 r, s Elizabeth U, ch. ni (Htearnai 8 rt it 1; Lirrlo E. ch. m. il.orkwood fl 7 7 7 dr llreere, ii, in. illull)) 0 6 J Oueen P.iiotlst, b in. atetens V II dr Tittler Burna. cr (Jonea .. 10 Or 'Ilme-2 l.-Ht. s,ir.' . 11SI. 2:ln). -'.M'l. 2 3. claas. piciui' Jilirin $.100, Ulhew110d.br it. 'Mnnott I 1 1 Mind F . ch. 1:1 Hullr 2 :i 2 ltubrit tmii, blk g. 'Mai mall) r 2 r, Mirths Ii.. b in Krnlili '14 3 AllertiHlied.l. b. in Ciille t r. a Gertie B.. b. v 1W01 1- 0 dls Timi-J.l'j-i. 2 tsVa. a:S0i. 2:29 clan, trotttne. liuiao $400. Pierrot, ch g. .lhaleu' . .. 1 1 1 t'latieby, b m. Smd r) 2 2 2 hiauler, ch. g il'as 4 8 4 I 7iluheW.br. ui. (Motrin .. 1 rt a l'auny D . b. mi illti'lmg) 3 -lil.e Pali) I'onill. Ii. it (Klsl.en l Ciiu lime- : .13't. 2 J4'i, - Jl't I Connecticut llorsea ;o Half-mile Meets. I Damjlt.v. Oct. 3 -The bicycle contests which hare been the feature ot tho opening day ot tho Danbury Fair for many years, wero sup planted to-day br harness races. The latter wera for Connecticut horses and weie de signed to bring out young blood. The lientt were half-miles end there was sufficient sport to make the 3,000 speotator iiroi-nt forget the severe cold. The fair Is larger than ewr befote and the entrleH in the seeral ilnpstt monls number nearly 0 0011. Ini'ludliig eviy thlng from prize) pumpkins tn autor.inl He Summaries ot 'he races 2 00 elate trotting and pac.ng, half mile hea's. Yale Boy, br. g 111 Lullibv, b. in ... a 2 2 Weasel Wilkes br. g 2 8 4 limidore. ch. g 4 1. ,1 Cricket, b. in . . .. v $ 4 $ Tluie-WS'i.l.iaK. ltlJH. 2 30 clan, trotting and piclng, half-mile hiiti (snnnlshed). MiyFrinklln, gr. m., by Sherman Frink- Hu . 2 1 2 I JssnnisoQ, b. g 2 2 18 Charlie C.b.g 1 it fl 1 Andantlito, lIi. g 4 4 4 4 T'ms-1 14. 1 I4(. 1 14S.1 17. tOliJCLUBHOUsh WHISKEY Warranted pure IND SOFTENED BY ACC ONLV 3:2fl dies, trotting and pacing; half-mile heats. Mite Ool well, b. m, by Bayonne Prince.,. ,1 111 Millie Scott, b. m 3 8 1 3 Bcsool Oirl, ch. m ,, 2 13 3 Time lil4, lite, 1:18, 1U4. Lord Ktlllell, mother tu Maufl 8.. Sold (or 8470. I.KXiNuiotf, Oct. II, At the VToodard A flhnnklln sale to-day. Lord Bussell of the Woodfotd Farm consignment sold for $175, the highest ptlco. He Isa bay stallion eighteen tatu old, and a brother to Maud B... being by Harold, dam Miss Itussell. by Pilot. Jr. Cord lluseell Is the sire of Kremlin. 2:07,,'. that won tho Trnnsvlvsnla Make In 1801. Bacon Brothers of l'ml. Ky. ownora of Jay fllrd. bought Ijord Ittusell. Dr. Md'oy After Selling rtoralma Ituys llrlgttilii. l.lAiMiTON. Oct. .I.-Dr. J. 0. McCoy, who sold Bornlma to Thomas VT. Lawson to-day, has bought ot Mike Bowerman. tha brown stallion Delgnrfo, five yoarsold, by- Bow Bells, dam Ilnsy Morn, by Alcantara. Delgado Is a full brother to Boroal. tho sire pf Bornlma. He was trained for the Hist time last spring and shows wonderful speed. Turf Notes. Alonro Noillne secured a Judgment of $7So t2 Malli.t J. McLcnd Murphy ln September, and tbo Hheiia atta'htd tbo racehorses Twlnklor, Ton aaunah mill l'.ltnhln, which were In Murphy's stable at the (iraesend track, and on Sept. 2W, Mur phy's inttrest ln the horses was sold to Oeorgo Vorbte for 0. Supremo liourt Jmtlce Dickey in Hrooklyu yesterday set aside the sale nnd ordered a new one. It waa alleged that Jobn tf.Oamplell iitirohaaed 1 wlnkter an 1 Foueivannsb In January laat, and that J. McLeod Murphy sold the same horaea to limmie Michaels, the cycllat. In July, for $2,000. Mr Campbell repleitned the hcisea and took them t o 1 esaa lait W edlieida) . uot.r. Women's Cbninpionalilp Kntrles Tlie'IIot Spring" Tourney. Vntll tho overnight mails are received at tho office of II Usee Kerr. Secretary of the United Status (toll Association, to-day. there will be no official announcement ot the entries tor the women's championship. It Is enld that the en tries will bo the greatest number on record for the event, with an unusually strong represen tation from the dlfforent clubs nbout Philadel phia and throughout Pennsylvania. The team of ton to represent the United States In the match with thf picked players of ths Boyal Cunudlan dolf Association, nt the Morris Comity (!olt Club, on Haturdny. as now ar ranged, will consist of the fol owlne players: H. M. Harrlmin. Meadotbrook; r. 8. Douglas. FalrfleM; w titer J Trivia. Oakland. Qulncy A. Bbiw, ,lr , F.i County, 0. II Mirdonild, Chicago: F. W. Menttes. Ht. Andrews. II. II Holllns. Jr., Westbrooki Henry P. Toler. Baltusrol, J. U. Thorp, Oakley; U. (1. Hubbard, Oakley. Three ot tho number. Harrlman, Macdons-ld nnd Hubbard, took part lu the match at To ronto laat year, when the American team won by 27 to 7. It will be n thirty-six hole ruatoh. Thero will be plenty of golfing next week, for, ln addition to the women's championship and tho tournaments nt Ardsley nnd Nassau county, the annual opsn tournament ot the Virginia Hot Springe Golf Club will be held on Oct. J'.'. HI and 14. II. U. Harrlman Is among the prominent amateurs expected at not Bluings Tha first day will be davoted to thn medal piny round at thirty-six holes. The first eight iiualifylng will be paired nnd play on Friday morning nnd afternoon nnd the final rntuid will be on Saturday Tho second eight will play for consolation oun ln the same way. There will alao bo a handicap for a cup ou Hatutdny. tho contestants to be rated on the kCjief thoy make on the first day. Tho Hot Hprlnga Oolf Club Is Incorporated and Is made up of the cottagers nnd the prominent vWltors who spend two or threo months an nually nt the Kpringi Thoie will be hand some cups In each event presonted by the club. The open trurnamnt over the new Myopia links on Friday nnd Saturday laat nrodueod as winners ln tho clasa A and II medal play tho llev. 11. H. Parker, 100, 12. KM. and I',. R Blod ette. 114. 10. 104. At the Salem Oolf Club on Saturday 0. 11. Atherton. Jr.. of Wollaeton.won an Invitation tournament from a large field. Ather'.in. A J. Wellington. Peioy Chase and Hnmuel Carr qualified. Atherton beating Wel lington in the final by 1 up.. Atherton was prominent IntheHhinneooek Hills tournament, am! ho Is regarded an a player with a tlno fu ture. C.i.ns ItmnE, Oct. y.-Thn Glen Itldge Oolf Club held Its nnnuRl meet last night and elected the following Board of Governors for tho year: J). II. Htandlsh, F.dward Blay bnok. 0. I. Shrman. John W. Stewart. II. It. Jacobs. Kirk Brown. T. K. Benton, Dr. JT. It. Broughton and K. 0. Bristol. The club has leased thirteen acres of additional ground. The next of the seml-annun! medal playoom potltions for the Moroslni Cup will bo held over the now llnka at Van Cortlandt Park on Oct 14. It is open to all amateurs, whether club members or not. Should either H, E. Brown. Paul O'Connor or W. Do La It. Ander son win ngaln they will become the permanent owner of the trophy. Entries may bemade to Thomas Bendelow. at the links or to The Hirx, and the lists cloaa on Oot. 11. The ususl rsMaor prires to be won outright will be prosented by A. U. Uomlnlck. riTTRFiF.i.n. Oct. 3 The preliminary round In the women's tournnment for the Bishop cup wa played this morning on the Lenox links, Tho greens were in perfect condition, and much interest was manifested In the match. The play began nt 10 o'clock. Tho conditions wore elKhteen-holc handicap: best eight holes to quality for match play. Tho fol lowing qualified: ffren IPcap. Asf. MimMo1, Lenox .121 1 109 Mrs. Dellcredis. Ienoi . 133 24 1011 Mlis A. Lapeer. Stockbrtdii 112 0 112 MtasC htlllmaii. Lenox .. 114 0 114, MisaM.Htokes. Xenox ....134 (1 110 Miss C Parsons, Lenux Itn 12 117 Mle O. liarnea. Lenox 12 1& 114 Mrs. L. II. Lapham, luox 13d s 118 Ths other beores wore; Mlae O Barker. Plttfie!d. . hi II 1S1 Mm L. fhauvenet. Pittarlcld . 1! 1(1 1J3 MmJ. Cti'.tlnz, Pttt-nelJ 133 11 124 MliiU p. Parker. PittelUld 14fl 20 3fl Mre T H Peck. littaUeld 107 21I 1st M!i F. Bloine. Lenox 158 2-1 ISO Rowing. CAMnr.iPor, Oct. 3. As there was no oppor tunity for the Harvard undergraduates to show their appreciation of the work of the 'Varsity crew In winning the race with Yale last spring, the stulsnts have decldod to have a public demonhtrr.tiou such as was given to the foot ball inu lent fall, Thero wl.l be a proceiilon hesdi-d by the crew and the college band fol IovmiI hynli.nilre 011 Holms Field. The tall low Intf he.itou was begun to-day "Pat" Don oan insumed charge at the aid Club and a competent man will be engaged at the Newell. HnskotbHll. TV JarJine RiaVet'nll Team, formerly Dr. Bsv age ela n, wot II like ti arrAiiga games for Hatur ilar norhts ixi fi'in hum i'. Address F. Brick III a nil, Jr , ff.'u Mtltlt ai It'll-, 'llio-'i ml hatl.' 'ball t aniof thn Mount Vernon V M O t as 11- "i-inm'.-'t forth" '01,1111 toa-1011, Mil w jlit like i ai 1 mti kilU'- m lilt all i'ij La 11a lit aid a , in d ilie.u, r hew Ymk efl ik'H'C I JO t inii Aildre. ttii.ifthi C r'.ark, Jr.. 16 Ftt F.ril an. 01. Mo tut ti .011, N '1 41 ile-mt ii.eetmg nf tbo I larend n Basketball Te-nt, 1 hrfbai li wi eki-led C am a'id A. l'roh 't'h maiuctr. The team Is fast L'tttlnii lnt 1 shape, uul 1 rejily t j bin''. Mines with am team that avi.r 1 ue 1 20 poi lnl. t of town 1:1:11' a prefeired. and Mull! I I.ke r , 1 L,rfi '1 in ilia ei i.nil leiitn of the tit. j Tliuruat and. 1 Win 1 as, hide Y. M CIA Address A FioblLh, lu An. a"., utrcci, lirwoL')ti, K Y. Ilowlln: (ituues To-iilubt. I Columbia Tournament -Erupir Coi.utUlau ind Uoiinii.-ti le a: li e 1 I'l'linblaa !-), l,io)lyu 1(.) al a.'inur.i Lenguti Tournament -Piiinifuiv I'm 11 I nirn-d CumiH and Uuruilde ( ,..1111 tl, at 'li,tiu 'a nl'i) I'.iii.i.ljn Uial Ar.aittiiii 1. jtfiie Hill -Tourna-nier.t-Utlbeil ( i.uii ,1, lluilinl, I. l ouin-il aud I'tlu ('ounill. attl ll'ipbatttCIuballeia Thn I'ntU 1 Itovi hit j 1 lnbs Hea.lpiu Touniameitt Oriental .No. 1 Dt.antil No. .'. oriental So. a, Hlierker So 1, llleei ler hu. :. Ule.-i ler No. . Windland laud J- u.lJeutcher, it the (leiiiiaula Alaemblr Uiomt allerf a. Howling Niiiu, 1 e Mlilni: 'anies in the .na,l II. -.di'tli Tour i.aim ,il itiic In t P'lsti'oned mil I Ot'i 14. i li nenl ,iiv;a i'l il Pili-inil' li It iviluig Club as ill h4 uusi'ineil I M '' follownu oOuera ilurllu; thn sn ail inoear t -scititl Itlua t. President I, Vnuel, u-e-Piealdcnt P. I.ahr. bmietaiy, J WI, Treii uur, T liauaili taptilu The Urtien hit ha C, Whltall. Tat.im A. Co. aid Pond e ind IVefglitltian emiiloyeee bve re aigneil from tltH NM.oleaile llrtlglride bovtllng Aa aoriatiou, but tbo oiucii a of Ibe Utur orsanizatl n ht'O aangtllno that three othe. Itenaea still be ltiilurol to enter teatna lu Ihla seaa ml tulirnaiuent, vt I tch trill liir'.n in about two wieks (tosalp ot (He King, I.I n li.rl.-Ho la t a'ning at Sew Dorp, blateti I. la , 1. A Ciiiiataut Header. New Haven-No ptctmen were tvliunf ths Inula Joe liana has iljced articles to box Martin Judge ln Itillinioru ou (Jet 11. Tommy White, of Chbigo. an 1 Kid A ahe. colored, of (Miiclunati fought a firteen-round draar at Cinom nation .Monday night. Jim JudiT', of Hranton waa yeatenlay ma'rhrt to meet Dill Hanrahan, of thla rlty. In a tweuti r and contest at tbe Pelican A (' next Saturday ni.-hL l'lill Kelly, of this rlty met M ae Toots i' llrcnk lyu, lu a (unround bout m Hjbury on M mi.av lngllt Kelly inide a Kimethon UK, bi'tilakjiock- 1 out in the eetenth rmud with a left swing on tbe Jaw. Tbe preliminary bouts of the Oothem A. C, will be declted to-night at ths Broadway A. 0, The BETWEEN I THE ACTS 1 is the name of the oris- m inal 10 for ioc. little ' cigars. They were an f instant success when f - first offered to the pub- j f ; lie 21 years ago, and j notwithstanding the 'm many imitations and o substitutes that have ,J.fe been made, IIS Between the Acts 1i$ iif (or "Acts" as every- M body calls them now) gty are more popular and H; sell more than ever be- 4S1 fore. All stores have thcm,ioforioc.;butwe iv would prefer if you Km have never tried them ;M to send you 50 for ;Jh 50c. (delivered free). S The Amciicw Tobacco Co.. tlft tit Fifth Avenue. New-York City. fsra 1,-iWS f.nali will be held on Saturday nlzht. There will be 'tl&rj four clanei, bantam, feather, UgutwetgUt and wel- , . Sm torwelgbt, ai'aw Frank Cralz, the "Ilailem Coffee Cooler," Is trying 'ViSti tocontlnce the public thai be was robbed ottof a t "i, deolaloti in his reoant xnecting with Tommy Bran , - Tho "Cooler" eaye that Ilefere George Mler took too , yr W long to oountwhen he knocked Hyan down ln the '7&"t seoond round It la queer that tbe tlme-keepeie did w'aS$ not discover this fcii'"a, PedUr Palmer has irrlred life and sound in Kng- iirA' land. He waa greeted more like aalctorlbana j ' j loser. Palmer. In an Interview, gave out the In)- ' 'Hi tiresalou that It was a chance blow which knocked g yj htm out tn his contest with Terry Mcdnveru, Ua r-JilV told his friend! that ha would like to fight McOovern '",- agiln lu England for ai big a ilde itiVe ai MoGovarn fiV .?-' winti, bh?i Peter Maher through his maniger, Pete Lowery, - tillfij wr.tes la follows to Tu bes; "Peter Miber. having w, M, defeated the latest esptrant for heavy weight honors. v-r&U Joseph Kennedy, la entitled to recognition from :KUV Kid McCoy who challenged the winner. McCoy "'iMp uow. it seems, does not want any of Miner's alerii game, and after making tha bluff tries to Sill'' get a fight with Fitzslmmons. Maher Is vgfe anxious to light the wlaner ot tbe Hbarkey-Jarlrtea tr-' conteat, bnt aa McCoy, Fittalmmona and Oorbett Yi& want to meet the winner also, Mahers only alterna- 'S(' tile Is to face either ot tbe three beforehand, which ;U !u he will do. Let the winner of this battle be pitted iii3 against the snocessful pugilist tn the enoounter be- "tfflt tweenJetliiii and Sharkey. Amatoh can be arrang- tst. ed by addressing me care cf the Park Uouie, Wttt 'WK Cheiter. S. Y." M More) Men Strike nt Cramps, -liml rmiDELrniA, Oot. 3. HIx hundred boiler 'wffi makers, riveters and cnulkera employod at tha mW't Ommrs ship yard struok to-day and wore ' J; joined by nbout 200 more men, mostly helpers ' 'SJ. " nnd handy men. The total number of strikers ,wi la now nearly 1.500 j',! jSportumau'ti 5oo&s. KA DUCKS This wMther startt the continued cold on ' ti" ',1'ijii, our northern border, and the freeze through- '! out Canada will send the ducks south. Long 'j- '-, "'i' Island and the Jersey coast will furnish great !? duck shooting durint: the next few weeks fli'i and here Is Just the gun for it at almost no i t'a'fK price: 'All Parker llammerlesa, 12 gauge, lamina- jj ted steel barrel 30 and 3 2 Inch. Tliey art h new guns, listed at $65. ' W Our Price, $40. ;,' ! They weigh eight or nine pounds a bit too (' weighty for popularity, but Incomparable for ' ,;;i ducks. . jjsj! We have all sorts (that Is, all good sorts) of , J shooting irons for all sorts of shooters. Trom 'l''jlf 20-bore five pounders, to 8-bore heavy ' , weights Daly, L C. Smith, Marlln Repeatlny V-'! Shot Guns (a marvel of their kind), and all rlsW other nnkes. j 4 If oii can't get time for shooting you will i:"t find satisfaction in just looking over our ''III' slock. You are cordially invited. !" (' 5choverlin, ' Daly& I Qales, a 303-304 Broadway, cor. Duane St, J.', PBEilO, TOARD, L y ASCOT AND KLONDIKE. jjj I CAMERAS.3! 1 k aomi nnd 91. (Mr per week, (K , vUp luouthty in proportion, tJjff f vM Uli'vdos nnd Iidison PhonoBrsphs KUJ ;'! ltk "" same terms m J ' v y ( ll.I. "It Wlirt'B. W a '! (Rp Equitable ficucrnl Proviiling Co. W) .tl ifk S Uromlnuv iCjUi-" a Uullrtlnr). tfb 'U KWJJ I mil ll'wila ileip-ni.mdg .Mthst.) K. fiti 1ST Uuulitkuu St. iBiooiilyn). fMJs . $ 1 .25 Weekly $ 1 .26 H JUKNF- t,'l Anrr. rnRI.ANl-CItE3CESX Jr SSCYCLES. -J , ' e. ill ' HiilieT ' ea at Olt U I M Mtlt VMIKVI. I iMi A- 1 1 u lst asa et. , jj I fir 1't ,b' ''"" i I ' t KOOd makes, t.1 j 'LO .iu4.an'l Kn Is. U I 1. 1 (.lli rwi.s, is to hi'.-.bo. tnl l! u he ITtivf. mi MORRIS PARKRACES ? KS1 rural hit, .N T. ' j 2d Day, Wednesday, Oct 4th, , L 1 1 h IlitrrlriiiiM, s lit i- iiliiniti Ilunil'i lliwiiltcan and t'niir llllier Knres. ,1 Firat rtaee at : I' M. Muaio by Conterno'a Ilanfl. ( 1 laKe Sd n I. t tllta ar thence hy Hpeclal t I Trains to Uorris Park tt 12 So. 13,6, 1 US 1.11 1; J 1.4(1, J.OOandS.lSP. SI, I'IKLU, SO CKNXaV, i ;'jl ' f'J J