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lho Summer Meeting of the American Jockey Club. THE JKIOME PARK RACES. SCffCS ON AND ABOUT THE GROUNDS. A Rare Display of Beauty ami Fa*)iion. A CAPITAL DAY'S SPORT foWh fine racks. L?i\( jibursr, Rnihlcw, < leopatra and Virgil lb? Winner*. Y bf*njr\\ky the racea of the summer meeting of tb? Jki4*r>r?n Jook<*y Club were iniuig uraiwl at the Jerome 1 -tah ooutm. The spring eerie* of races had proved vo auooomfui, so interesting, mid moreover, had called together ao fine a class or citizens, that the atieceea of thM*ecosd meeting w ua a foiegune rontlu-siou iu the ?|W7to:i of ??II, although the weather might prove warm, kp it (ltd yonlorday, nod the inducements to auv at bi'ino and Keep cool might be multiplied to lire uk>iu) 1?uod : of i lie reputable -port* of thm park. THl vimoaa in t?io rouree yesterday wore, however, very numerous although an equal ia numbers to tbe irumenso assero toages gathered together on these beautiful gnuindK during auy oue of tbe three spring days devoted to 'tbe tyorts of tbe turf under the ditiin (pushed patronage of tbe club. But for a ?rat day, nud a warm ono at that, tbe ?rtwvd that gathered to witness the races yesterday was vary iaige. The spoclal trains were well laden; In fact the crowds taking this democratic means of reaching tbe ground ware lully equal to those of any other ucr?. ?ion; bat the only falling ofl was In the number of vcbiclOf that passed through tbe grand public gateway ai lined the avenue of approach without the enclosure. Tbe club, bowevor, was very strongly represented ; gay equlpugos, f>ne ladies, beautiful damsels and striking eofltomcc preponderating agreeably, in tbe eyo of the apeetalor, over tbe numbers of tbalr leaf strikingly attired cavaliers, who, wuh them, lined tbe cw of the club bouse bloff, in the < en: re of the grounds. TllK START K)R Till RAVIS was noted in tbe city with tbe usual display or line horseflesh and unique vehicles. The show of convcyanccs, outrider?, footmen, extensive teams and dashing turnouts of every imaginable descrip tion enlivened the uvenues during the noontime, aud created considerable of a sensation among tbe unfortunate stay-at-home*, wbo could not fan to experience some cbag in that they had not made arrangements, or were not permitted to share in tbe ?porta of tbe day and enjoy the charms of the si>oi where so lunch of tbe beauty, wealth ta?to and mag BiOeence waa centring Pleasant, indeed, was a trip tfcoa made to tbe race*, with its exciting start, tbe show Bad* in tbe course of the gay vehicle aa It rumbled ewifUy over the smooth pavements of the up town tho rougbfaree, and iu whirling among the gay train or tbe highway towards tha course. Four in band, tandem in My number, and in smaller bnt not less showy foroe, the flee Ling procession of One horseflesh and unique vehicle*, with their ahow of beauty, waaltb, fashion and flunkies, rolled on in majesty of aplendor and speed over the favorite drive through the Park. Out toward the roll la | plains and verdant ridges of Westchester the brilliant throng moved on, to the Might of admiring spectators, grave or gay, patrician idler or pHheian laborer, -who gazed upon tha scene with wonder undis fa lead. This waa tbe pleasant pathway to tha races? tbe aasnnth read that offered no obstacles and no anpleaaant Jars to Iboaa wbo formed tha hrill<aut procession that I traversed it; but there were other and more democratic means by which tbe masse* made their way. Many took to the heme cars, via Harlem to Weetchester. while others preferred the wretched accommodations afforded t>y tbe special trains or the Harlem Railroad. The latter were filled with aporting men of the better claas, aa well aa by citiaena of all qualities. There were men with law y era briefs protruding from their pocket*, officer* or *he army and their foreign guests, clerks, tradesmen. men of letters ? all crowded into these upright, unco in tertable ran, and all either growling or willing to endorse tbe audib'.e complaints of others. The principal cause of diaeaUsfartlon waa with the company for Ooubunp fame oa thta occasion; bat good humor pre vailed, and sarcasm took tbe olbie of grumbltug*. Tbe conclusion arrived at by the wits of the party waa that tbe railroad company wm poor aud hungry, and was justified under tbe circumstances in preying on tbe pleasure seekers. Tbe contrail of thin parsimony with the liberality wtih wfcl< b everything is conducted within tbe Jerome Park enclosure added greatly to the main pleasure of lbs day. All who go to Fordbaia for a day 's sport at the race*, however, seem to be not only of a gentlemanly caste, but philosopher* who are above being rulDod or turned a-i.le from the courao of their pleasure by a * ngle trivial aunoyance. Ho lb* immense crowd was landed at tbe Jerome Park at alien in a happy state of homogeneity as regards good humor, aad gayly took up tbsir route towards the entrance gate. Tbe road thither Is remarkably romantc, pasatag ever a rolling tract of woodlaad direct to the Mala pablk gate and pedestrian entrancea to Uie course, ?y the sldo of Ibis road a couple of three card moote players with "cappers in" and otber arrangements all complete, undertook to establish themeelve- on tbe arri val of the train and tbe pouring forward of its living freight toward the enclosure or tbe rrounds. They bad barely sat thetr snares for tbe unwsry, how. ?ver, whan they were eummarily marched off of Mm grounds by command of a policeman, aae of a squad detailed to patrol the avenues of approach to the coarse, with the eepeosl duty of ??nlpjjmit In tbs bud'' all such d srsputabie doing*. The gamblers were highly indignant, but simply manifested thetr dtsaatlsfa. tlon in scowls, aad, sullenly poc*e;inp tbetr cards and ihetr capital la greenback*, marched meekly off. to be seen or beard no mora plying ti e r oetsy aocsuon daring tbe day. aaorr r s oaorvrw (bare ware eetsbltehsd tbs usual ret reeb meet booths, establish nwnts consisting or several kega of lager and a pile of sandwiches, he 1'iiigeol darkles made small for tunes by attending tbs horses of such of tbe vial tors as wtabed to leave tbelr vehlclee without the eacloeare while they wore enjoying tbe scene from tbe grand stand, aad aotey bootblacks, vendor* ef cigara aad the pro gramme of tbs racea enlivened the *cea?e about the aaveral gateways There were numerous vehicles ranged In line along the hedges for soms distance down tbe carriageway loading to the public gate, and numbers of impecunious admirers of the sporte of the tarf held position" ?>n the knolls Just ontalde of tbe fences of the park, aad iheooe viewed with satisfaction to themselves tbe struggles of tbs contenting steeds. mi n rs wnuMS was, as usaal, brill ianl w.tb the displar of the gay pro of too arriving members and their fair company. About this getaway a crowd of aduilrmg outsiders gathered and noted with many manifestations of ad ? I r alien tbe especial points of beauty or magniDceace displayed by each of the brilliant parties as it swept by them aad aJ mg the smooth shaded arenas to tbs high ground ef the dab ho ise. The *-ene at this poini was warn brilliant aa well as dssbing, spirited (aad fan of Nre? .be attendance even ua this aide or tbe grounds SMS probably not quite as large as on tike former 0?. cartons, but natron tis! ess it did honor to the time, tbs place aad the elA itself ; for in no place in tbia vicinity ?aa there be witoeaosd such a aceae of riohaesa, beauty ?? * wfolwly ehowa la tbe gpteadid nrocssWsn ihst sweeps through the are. ?ues m the eleb bowse side of tbe grounds on tbe ocea rtoa ef wrery meeting, be it ? tber of spring or summsr. Tbe preaM* ? display is nsceew ly ef gnat power la hrlagtag about an emulative display oa the public sid* of Um grounds, so Mux* who visit the racea out of cark**ity treated to the spectacle of rich dis p'sy In equipage aad coolly tolieta on either side of lbs grounds? tbe paWft or the privste. ras scam presented by flka' groands when the laal of the straggling i>w<lo?tri?as aad the late-arriving ooacbaa aad hussies Md usee th -ir po,<ttk)SW waa, though not aa ettena.ve or grand ia tte feataresL equally brfliiant with any display of lb* kind svsr made twfnre on tb* coil fee. The house plartaa ovarbeng. lag the brow or crowded with In 't lee, roeches ant.' l?MM ?' *?ery deecrtptina clustered tti tokly la a great black maaa on the sties of the hill, while tbe flattering of bright rlbbona and tbs general ehow ar bright ooatumisX ertouety devised antl rKhir oipam nted, aela a n oet briliMat rtet are ia <be gtsre of tb* warm summer sun watch (l*rcely tfewl'4 m ? *r, w w Jitim I pi."->/.as on ibe re* hoow the ec<n? was equally plea*.. ? , nchnow of <t^p!*y uikI ileiatl of beauty. A music hero tlincour.MMi sweiit touuoti Uirougbuut th# alteruooo, Uioamy \?alU?N4t>4 rich iiwmouie* of ?***>' w?Muro, ? uU uUted 10 tioat ple*?iiuiy anil with lulttonT influence on iho <tr?uny mudhiu'T alMO#f,l>orc< W<1 aid ifctho effect of that charming repot* la which tWto<J cast ?>y the btill culm influence of a burning sun. TIIK f.MO directly <>ppo?iie to the club houge also presented a mm of leriiarkable brilliancy. Nual awninga, o?or bauainu in front. etiieMrd t tie gay icwomblave of thia I I MitUft from the gUte of the sun, whilo not ousu uci u? tUoir mow of the onme, nor concealing 'rora tho m.rteK g**> "? H'U opixwlte assemblage the be- -f which wore prefaced bv the count-option, tier -??"? ?,! noautiful women, in tho most howitcblng 01 . J au.t dUptaytnC the rfiwsenttll.. ch.r?> American beauty. I be ?umber of ladie nrpf.n, WM remarked on all *id>'a, and tho>r ^ ^ PJ* lho grounds n ?m h large fore? coulil^ i-^ >aj*i t0 r0u?ci groateM honor on llw AlMjio^ JotVoy Club, to who., preside and good ium ^ gma ,?p forward in the ele/a ion of m wealing condde&o* in iu purity ;.ud , worthy of tbe < outin?v<l patron age of the gealler r <neVT th* coi>rh? nod Urtly} ""xl no dtrthuntaam wu lackiay to make the H|>ort ut ifct, pane off pleasantly to ail. On the grand botttovard jh front of the stand sporting wen of note ?Miiere< 1u into retted knots, and moosy was modestly niHiilikjod in t;>rgf ligurot, large sunn being siakod with out ui uch ado, Hud the merits of favorite racers dUcaased without non.o On the track anxious Dcttinc niou curi o inly inspected the horses as they wore brought up in olxidienee to the summons of the mueKz.u in the mili tary rij;, who tooted his "bujile blast'' at intervn's from the height of the jndj-'M' ptand on the right. Jockeys were questioned and crosa-qucsi iouud most pcr pi>u?*iily by these interested parties. How was l)ulti??re in Ins training raenlMl Was he H" nni or was it. true that he had been falling and thnt I.i^cmburg 'van plainly the better hone of the two r M?imlrod> of fiiuh q ieetuas were anxiou-iy put to ?rctcy-. f'abie boys and hangers-on, and iinnllv, alf'ra iust nnd complete inspection of tho favorites in regard to tlit>?r ootid it ion, stylo and action, tho canvassing orowd would rush bucii to tho stand nnd boldiy baok ihcir Ittvorlton on the strength of tlie Information elicit ed or pumped out by hlirowd croRH-quotdionlng. Largo amounts of money wore thus staked, and (be exeite meut on tbe races, together with tho enthusiasm with which the winning horse wax received an he tore by the judge's Miami, was creator than on any previous o*. .in on this conrse. In front of the club staud, on ? neat podesial, and open to tbo guze or touch of the ad mi ring crowd* that circulated about It, was d'S? plaved the rici nnd costly "IVo-dcbester Cap,'' to bo ruu 'or d nrinii the present meeting on this oonrsa. It w*? surrouwded during the day by numbers of visitors, who could cot fall to admire its pre-eminent art'^t'c bounties 1 tie pool selling was briskly conducted by a g.trrn low auctioneer, who presided over a good-natured ar!*iiibia:.,e of bidder* from a small pagoda besldo the stand, lb which narrow limits he dully does an extorsive business. The pools and the crowd of bidders for th?tn made a \ ery intenwtinv and excit tng feature of yester day '? sport, as well from the briskness of tbe blddiug an from the lively and laughable occurrences of tbe locality. OtTTXIDK N1NKS. Again on tlie publi' stand tho assemblage was not m larvc as usual, but abundant amends for smallniMS of numbers were made in the manifestations of interest and enthusiasm on the part ot tho a?s mhlag". Tho height* in the rear of ibis stand were tbrongod with private coaches, whose ompauts passed tho long waits between the races: very ugre .ably In discussing tbe merits of a heavy lun< boon to Die music ot popping champagne corks, while in the rear of the stands tbe doorways to the barroom* were thronged with the thirsty crowds, wiioea orly siugbt relief after the broiling endured iu the suu during each race. Liijfer (lowed boun teously, aud the immense pyramids of sand wiches were reduced or swept away entirely In the shortest possible time, after ibis crowd of human locusts bud onco their appetites fairly arou"od. Not an accident nor an act of .rowdyism on tbe part of any one ol the visitors, nor any untoward event w; utever occurred to mar the even harmony of tbe scene or its s ports. Tbe occasion was notable for its rational en.ioyrnent* and the pleusaut manner in which every do tail of the day's amusement was carried out, those present entering luto the spirit with which the Club bas begun its work and aiding effectively lu givmg respecta bility and ftentlemanlv tone alike to the events of tbo day and ihe actions of the visitors. In this view alone tbe i iub yusierdny achieved another grand success to ward the const) initiation ot the work of breaking do?n ail prejudice and showing that "some things can be don>' arj well as others." The Rare*. fho heavy rains of the two days pre<'oding tbe races had tbe effect of deterring members froiu visiting Jeromo l"atk yesterday, as tbey were inclined to tbs belief that tbe tiack would be heavy and tbat neither good running nor fast time could not ba expected. Contrary to gen eral expectation, however, the track was In tolerable condition at tbe beginning of the races and improved every successive hoar until they terminated, and to-day will be in every respect as One as cos be desired. We bad four capital races, nine starters being In the first, four in the second, four in the third, and aix In the fourth. Luxemburg won the first race, beating the favorite, Delaware, and seven others, Lather being a good second. In the second race, which was for three v ear olds, Mr. Morns had bts two favorites, Ruth less and Monday. Monday, we suppose, was intended (or the winner, as be bad been in all his other rare*, but be failing. Ruthless was called apon at the last moment to make the running and capture De C'our cov, wbirb she did after a pretty hard straggle. In the two year old race Mr. Morris had everything his own way, a* there was no danger of bis losing at any time during the running, his flllv Cleopatra winning In a can ter. i be last race of the day afforded a great deal of interest, and it was won by Mr. Alexander's Virgil, who wan the favorite against the field before tbo start, after a very close contest with Mr. v.cDaniel'i Morrlssey, tbe latter taking the first beat Tbe time of this nice was very fast ?1 48, 1 50'?, 1 49? being remarkable on aucb a heavy track. TW* HOST rack. Fremium 1*00, for all ages, one mile and five furlongs. Entrance money to second burse. Met onueil & Harness entered b. h. Luxemburg, by soverei?n, dam by l.exiucton, 6 years old 1 Leouard W Jerome entered b h. Luther, by l.exlnc ton, ilnm Helle Lewis, by (ilencoe, 5 years old 2 J. W Pennock entered ch. c. by Vandal, 3 year* old. 3 It. W. Cani' ron enterei imp. b.'c. Hampton Court, by Young Melbourne, (lam Durlndana, 3 years old. ... 0 J. 8. Watson entered br. h. Deltware, by Klnggold, dam Ariel. by ^arpodon, 6 year* old 0 K B. Koriies entered br. h. Climax, by Balrownie, dnm Jewell, aged 0 A. Belmont entered imp. b. f. Maid of Houor, by Kewmlnstor, dam Himalaya. 3 year* old 0 ? olonol MrlHmleia entered b' c. Ripley, by Jefl Darin, dam Nina, by Uo?Uin, 4 year* old 0 J. B. Kay entered eh. b. Shamrock, pedigree un LOOWII. Mfcud 0 Dr. Weidon entered ch c. Local, but he did not ilart. Time ? 3 04 The belting wss rery brisk and heavy on the above, Delaware being the favorite, I.uxemb irg being the n?xt for choice. In the pool* Delaware Hold for #*>50. I/UX einOurg #400. renin* k 'a Vandal colt >7o. Kiplev $60, I n i tier $50, Ciiuiax |.*>0 while Muid of lionnr. Hamp ton t ourt and Hhauirock together brought |70. The outside belling, however, wsa more in laror of Dela ware; In tome instances he waa laid again&t the Held, rt.e moot of the batUuk at the time ot the atari waa the held agaiual ll.'iawaro at $100 to $00, and largo amounts of a.oney chanted hand* on the re* uil. THS R A' V. Hampton Court got away tirwt. closely walled on by Ripicy, Climax third, the others all In a cluster. As they turned around the blulT to the half-mile pole, the start having bean given Just under tbe Club stand on the bill, Hampton Court waa Mill leading. Climax second, Hipiey third, Maid of Honor fourth. Lutber firth, Dela ware, Luxemburg and Shamrock side and side. Uolng around the lower turn they were all In a heap, Hampton slightly In tbe lead. Climax second. Maid of Honor third, Luther fourth, Ripley fifth, Vandal roll sixth, Delaware seventh, Luxemburg eighth, with Shamrock bringing np the rear. In this way they came on the homestretch, up which the racing waa exciting In tbo highest degree, for never before had so manr Norsen run togsther at tbe (Jerome Park. There waa no change of position except that Climax was disputing with Hampton Court for th? lead, which be took after a sharp struggle, which lasted up past ths stand and around the tipper turn to the quarter. At that point Climax led, H unapt on Court second, Maid of Honor ih rd. Luther fourth, Luxemburg fifth, Kipley sixth, Delaware seventh, the Vandal etiibth and the Shamrock out of the raoe. It was at this point where the race be gan in earnest, ami those who h&d been lay ng in waiting on the others now began to mske the running, Luxem burg being perticulariy conspicuous from ths manner he cut down the others and rushed to ths front, which he reached on the lower tern. A great change took place before they got on the homeetreu-b, Luxemburg leading. Luther secoud, Hampton Court third, the Vandal fourth, Delaware fifth. Climax s.xtb, Maid of Honor seventh, kipley (the fellow m green ? nowhere, aa tbe running bad been iss sharp for htm all tbe way. A most beau tiful run ap the bomsetrstrb landed Luxemburg n winner at the pott by half a length, Lutber sec ond. one length abend of the Vandal colt, who was a neck la front of Hampton Court, the latter being two lengtba in advance of Delaware, who waa aboS one length ahead 'of climax, two lenglbs separat ed him from Maid of Honor, Rlplsy close up, with shamrock two hundred yards behind. Tims 8 Oi The last Bile of tbe dash waa made m 1 .11 THS axoosp XLAtS. The Belmont stakes, for three year olds, one mile and five furlongs; subscription $300, half forfeit, with |1. M>0 added , tbe second horse to receive f:too out of the Makes, and n beautiful race aaddle by Marry, of Ix>ndon, to be preeented to the horse placed second by lbs judge*. r. Noma entered b. f. Rntbleea, by Roll pee, dam Bar Mtrity, by Blmon i P. & lor bee entered cb. c. De Courcsy, By Trovatore, dam Rboda, by Glencoe t John M. cmy entered br. a Rlveit, by Revenue, dam Topas. by tileaooe .*. > P. Merris entered b. o. Monday, by Ooltoa, data Mol lie Jackson, by Vaadai 4 Hampton court, Redwing, Maid of Honor, Metalrla. Virgil, lark, and Fannjr Cheatham were alao entered for tbe above race, but did not start. rtrne-S Oft Mr. Morrte" entries were great fbvorltee. Bailing for f?00, while the teld brought bat $?&. rin nsca. This racajietag a mile and five furlongs, the MM a* tbe Brat one, tbe horses were started under tbe bluff, and got away with a good send-oft, Da Coaraaf Bret, Rlvoli sseend, Monday jbird, and RuUileas fourth. At tbe hslf-mtte pole Da (wtireajr led Iwo lengt'is, Rlroll ssrond, three leaf tha tbsri of Monday, wbo was ana length ahead of Rttblea* OolM around i^e lower turn Mof.dar pasasd Rlroll and too* sides with De Opurey, *4 iue, rn ? ??M4 W I* Wm wNQll ?tK ?t point they were r>ur lengths ahead ?" less, who were close together. 1? ji R'voll end Ruth up the homestreioh and pa^ way they c.?ui? went around the upper tur- -<<1 to? BtaDil. As they on, and iiivoli leavl- * Oo Courcov (book U?n\>. to tho quarter-pole ? 4 Ruthless, tno quail* * rau the point oT thw "d tail. Whan U^y r(,undad length; Rivet* ? bluff De Coarcey #tlll jej oue ahei-' }??P^ ,lFrco' a puux*, half a hair. Mor * of Monday, Ruth (J1SB bringing up tho no* po* -?d?y was beaten, ?'jd cilpatrick, on Kuthleaa, ran1" ? ?n "team, an<l u> going round the lower torn t/- jer pant Rivoli (.lose up to De Courcey. Tlio lat ?>* tauie on U*', homestretch with half a ienuth tho best of it, and as tho race now lay lie! ween Trim and the great Ruthless, the ex cniiiiei>'k on the ihsuo became Intense. As they ap proacf ed tho grand stand they were head and hood, and Ruleless staid longer iu that position with Do Oljurcey than ever she did with any other horse. Ibo colt mackeoed bis pace under the whip, an*! Ruthless beat him over tho score half a length. Rivoli waa turee or fourleunths behind, Monday several leusjihs further off Thin- 3:05, tho last inllo being run In 1 :51>*. This was a capital race, and when tho weights? oue hun dred and teu pounds ? that the youngsters earned are taken into consideration, it will rank as on* of tne best races that ever took place in America. TUK TIlIRl) B4CB. Hopsful stakes, for two year olds: distance five fur lonfw; subscription (60, with $700 addod. ?. Morris entered b. f. Cleopatra, by Eclipse, dam Ella Rogers, by Hermes 1 Mr. ?. Sunford entered b. c. l'ucic, by Scythian, dam h-v Cripple 2 li. H. iSuuford entered oh. f. l'reity One, by Lexing ton, diuu i3i|>orlcd, by WeatherblU 3 Thomas 0 Bacon entered br. f. by Revenue, dam Sea Hreoze, by Albion * St, Paul, Cycloid, Oberon, Mary Martin and La Hciider son were entered, but did not run. Time, l:09fc. Tho hotting was about oven bei woon Sanford's two and Morris' Ully in the pools, Uacon's not bringiug ad much as either of the others. TUK RACE. Thl? raco b ing five furlongs, the youngsters wore started ui the same place as the other races were? im mediately uuder the club staud, and directly in front of the craud stand and all tue people; in fact, the view al a start from Ibis piaco is hotter than any other that can be chosen on the ground, iia on's filly jumped oil wiih the lead, Pretty One sooond, Cleopatra third and l'ucic fourth. They ran in this way past the half-mile pole; but on tho lower turn a clian-io took place, Morris' lilly running up and taking a load of four lengths, Raton's lilly second, half h length ahead of Pretty One, who was one length ahead of Puck. Tho race wan here virtually over, as Cleopatra led up tho homestretch to tho gland the easien kiud of a winner by four lengths. Mr. San lord's pair made a capital race up the homestretch for second place, running head and head to the finish. Puck having a little tho bout ol it. Bacon's Oily was about Tour lengths bohind. Time, 1 ,o<?A?. TUB KOURTIl ItAOS. Premium $000, for all ages, mile heats. R. A. Alexander entered hlk. c. Vtrgtl, by Van dal, dam Ansel's dam, by Yorkshire, 8 years old 6 11 Colonel McDaniol entered b. c. Moiissev, by 'Ir.'cken ridge, dam by Ronnie Scotland, 3 >ars old 1 3 3 r Morri ? entered g. c. No. 3, by Rclipse, dam -nllie Ward, by Jo in li. Grimes, 3 years old.. 0 6 3 Leonard W. Jerome enierod b. f. Redwing, by Balrownie, dam Cyclone, by Vandal, 3 years old 4 3 6 James S. Watson entered b. g. < apt. Moore, by Halro .vnia, dam Jenny Ros?, by Ulencoe, 7 years old 3 4 4 M. H. Sanford entered b. f. Dot, by Mad An thony. dam I^aura White, by Oloncoe, 4 years old 3 6 6 J. H. Weldou's ch. c. Hilly Conner was entered, bat did not tjUtrt. Virgil, in the prol Mies brought $600, No. 3 $.150, Capt. Mo >re fliio, Dot $lo0, Alotrmsey $00 and Red win,; ISO. Till' RACK. Fir at ITi'nt. ? Morrisey .jumped away first, Capt. Moon second, No. 3 Itiird, Dot fourth, ltedwing lifth, Virgil hanging beliiud aud tlius loosing considerable ground. They ran around 1U0 turn that way, but as ilioy ap proached the quarter pole, ('apt, Moore and Rcdwinz took anion with Morrimoy , aud the trio ran head and head past that point, No. 3 fourth, Dot fifth, and Virgil tixth. Th y separated again going around the bind", and Morna Hey led, Ilodwing second, No. 3 third, Capt. Moore fourth, Dot fifth, and Virgil last They woro all very close to gether. At the half wile pole Redwing showed id front, ilapt. Moore second, Morrisey third,, not a neck's <11 (Ter ence between them. Tbey then bocame parallel again, and rau head and hoad around the Inwor turn anl Into the bomcstrctch, Dot fourth, No. 3 fifth, and Virgil sixth. Coming up the homestretch Capt. Moore went to the f)roui, Morrixaev second. Dot third, Redwing fourtn V irgil tilth and No. 3 sixth. Captain Moore looked very much like a winner, but when one hundred yards from borne Morrlssey was cat loose, and going with a rush soon cut down the gallant Captain and went in a winner by three lengths. l)ot was third, a length behind the second and one length ahead of Redwing, wbo was one length in advance of Virgil, the latter being twe lengths la front of No. 3. Time, 1 :49. .Second Head. ? Morrlssey was now tbe favorite, selling for $3X0, while Virgil brought $190, bis backers better ing that be did not strive for the first heat on account of bis getting such a bad send-off. Tbe other horaeebronght very little, as ihe supposition was that tbe race lay b? tween Morrissay and Virgil, notwithstanding Captain Moore ran a capital second; but tbey knew be was in danger of breaking down at every Jump, besides, the weight be was carrying? 128 pounds ? was enough to slop hiss eves should his legs bold out. The start tbis time was a good one, Momaaey slightly on the lead with the othen on even terms. As tbey ran around the upper turn Virgil went to thefroot. Morrisaey sec ond. Redwing third. No. 3 fourth, Dot fifth, and Captain Moore Sixth. At tlio quarter pole Virgil led one length, Morrtssev second, one length ahead of Redwing: the others wiled olT with daylight butwoen them, No. 8 fourth, Dot fifth and Captain Moore sixth. Tbey ran In tbis way around tbe bluff, first to the left ami then to tbe right, parsing tbe half mile pole without changing post' ions, except that Dot had now the fourth place. Virgil led one length around the lower turn and brought it into the homestretch, Morrlssey second, one length ahead of Red ?ing. Dot Murth, No. 3 fifth and Captain Moore sixth. A beaatlful and very exciting race then ensued betwen Morrtssey and Virgil, whlcb lasted to the judge's stand, Virgil winning bv a length. Dot, Captain Moore and Redwing r.u> tide and Hide nearly all tba way up the homn.strcicli, aud were beaten about six lengths. Tho third piao t?f awarded to Kedwing, as it was said she beat Captain Moore a neck, the latter being aligblly in advance of I?ot. No. 8 wa? last. Time 1:MV. Third Hent?VlnU now sold for $400, while tbe wholo field brought but $100. Tbe bornea had a very even send-off, but in a momont Virgil went to tbe front, closely pursued by Morrt??ev, and in a very abort time It was evident that tbe race lay between thee* two alone, a< the others did not seem to make much effort. At the quarter pole Virgil lead a length, but as tbey swung around tbe bluff Morrisscy bad blm by tbe nose, and at tho lialf mile pole was leading, while Virgil seemed in trouble, Going around the tower turn Morrlssey conttn ned to lead one lenclb ; but as they ncared the threo quarter pole tho black seemed to come again, and he began closing. Geltlag on to the homestretch the ra co was sharp for a considerable distance, tho Mack working up gradually to Morrissey's nead, until ho finally got in front, and won tbe beat and race by a length. No. 3 was third, three leng'.iis behind Morrlssey, who was throe lengths ahead of Captain M"or?. tbu laiwr being two lengths in iront of Redwing, who was four lengths in advance ol iH>t. Time, 1:40. Tttc k v m- to-day. To day there will be three ra< tne first being for the Woeichester cup, which rlos-d with eighteen enirioa; a utile and a quarter dasb for three year old*, and a race of two mile heats. Trot tine ike I'nion Course. A capital trotting match look place on the T'nlon Course yesterdsv afternoon between tbe stallions Co in mod or# Vanderbllt and General McClellan, to wagons, mile heats, for a stake of $2,000 The race was won by Vanderbilt In threa straight beats, in very excellent time considering the deadnees of tbe track from the deluging rain of tbe evening previous. Before tbe race com menced McClellan was so decidedly the favorite that tho long odd* of five lo one were freely offered; but after a heat or two had been trotted, and Vanderbllt had exhibited b s characteristic speed and a degree of steadi n?n to which be ha* latterly been a stranger, all betting was at an end. The contrast between tbe horses was very marked throughout the race, for while McClellan did not appear to trol with as much spirit snd steadiness as be hna heretofore exhibited, and broke up repeatedly, Vanderbllt, on the other hand, was quit* tbe reverse, and It was only after passing tbe half mile pole a short distance in tbe last heat be left his feel for an Instant, but trolled with groat spend and steadiness throjghout every heat and won the race with tbe greatest apparent case. Tbe fol. lowing is the summary Into* Coia?? ? Tfotttso? Wsns sittat, Jess 19.? Mat' h for $2,000, mile beats, best three in fire, to wagoasi D. 1'fifer nsmed b. s Commodore Vandorbilt, .. Ill D. Maoe natned l> a General McClellan 2 2 2 Time, 2 38? 2 31?2:33. The Fashion ( onrse. 1 This afternoon tbe trot between Lucy, FearleM, Panic and George N. Patches, Jr., will come off on the Fashion Course, with, perhaps, the attempt by Mr. Harker'i bora* Bruno to beat the best wagon time oa record: and to-morrow the great match between Dsxter and Ethan Allen and runotng mate. PEDESTRIAN ISM. Exciting Foot Rare on |?sg Island. The loveni of podestrianism assembled on Long Island yesterday to wllneee a race between Ik* Roon?y and Powers for $300 a si as. Owing to the fart that no great publicity bad been giran to tbe affair tbe assemble gs was not as largo aa it otherwise would bare bean, foorliy after oat o'clock both men wore in raadlnsss to start, and at first Kooney made much bettor running than bis oppment, and very lively betting was tbe reoalt, Rooney ran the first heat In 4 28 and rowers ta 4:49. The second mile waa an exciting run, as for nearly ths whole dlrtanee both men ran together. Finally Kooney ran away from his opponent and came In a winner In 4:40, and Powers made the distance in 6 :92. A targe asaonat of nsoaey cbangod bands, and tbe whole afiajr passed off very quffeily. MAILS J0R TBE PACIFIC. Tbe steamship Arlsona, Captain Maury, will sail from ; this port on Friday, Jane 21, for AspinwalL Tbe ma< Is for Central America and the Pontb Pacific ' will cluneal half past ton O'clock on Friday morning. I The Nsw Torn H?uu>--Kdition for tbe PaciOo? will ' ke ready at half- past nine o'efxk In tba morning. ft?|* 9*1(4 J? frW9rfcf9lNfkUll?l?4*9Bl* < HAYTI AND PORTO RICO. SPECIAL COBKSPONDtWf OF THE HERALD. Ilnytlen Paper Money Ordered U be Baraed? A Swindle In (lie Operation? sinlmivo at L?iKPrhf*4i wltlr. (be Provisional Oovern aieat? lie to Ueducd Proleotor of II ay I i. HiTini, June 16, 18t?7. By the arrival of tbe Spanish steamer Pelayo, from Bt. Thoma*, we h/ive news from Hay 11. A letter from '.he Cape, dated the 8th nit , nyi:? Althoigb tin provisional government had submitted to General Salnave, Baget and Cbevaller, IU members continued U> carry out its attributes, but uudor certain restriction* Among the measures adopted by said government was one ordering its delegates in Cape Haytien to bum 400,000 "gourdes" [dollars] of tbe paper cur rency rendered nseleas for circulation. Only one fourth ef thai quantity was committed to tbe flames, and tbe rest were pocketed by tbe parlies employed for tbe purpose. Tbe same trick was repeated at Port an Prince and J&cmel. This conduct gave great umbrage to General Salnave (who appears to be a man of honor), and Induced him to pub lish an address to the people expressive of bis indigna tion at the whole proceedings, manifesting that he would retire with his forces, tu the provisional government had deviated from all tbe intents and purposes of the revo lutlon, adding that it (the provisional government) ''had not very clean bands.'* The attitude assumed by Salnave naturally produced a great panic among the members of the provisional govern ment, and beforo ho could "thrust tbera out of the windows at the point of the bayonet, tbey thought it prudent to relinquish their powers to Generals Salnave, Kaget and Cbevaller, th-se being the only ones invented with power till tbe election of the new President. Saget, the Provisional President, with hts twenty two members, and Chevalier us Vice PreMdout, were nothing more than so many satellites of Die prepondering Sal nave. The day after tbe abova evonts there was a popular and extensive demonstration In favor of Salnave. Men, women and children gathered in compact masses on the plaza Potion and before the residence of Salnave, with loud exclamations in favor of the President of Hay tl and the protector of tbe people. Salnave, who bad so far refused the Presidency, came out on the piaza and endeavored to quiet the people by making a speech couched in the most paternal terms. Tbe people became more and more enthusiastic, and their exclama tion echoed from tbe plaza Petion to the plaza Belair. Under these circumstances Salnave found himself com pelled to accept the title of Protector of the republic nntil the constitution is reformed and a new President Seated. Tlio people, satisfied and persuaded that after having accepted the Protectorate he would not refuse tbe Presidency, then retired quietly to their homes. Part* Rica. Tbo government has approved of the projected rail road from San Juan to Areclbo', but it allows no sub vention, because of the exceptional state of the Trea sury. The revenue collected in April last amounted to $304,673. or $9,102 less than during the same month In I860. THE NATIONAL GAME. irtataal vs. Eclectic. A very Interesting and quickly played game took place yesterday at the Union grounds, Brooklyn, E. D. between the Mutual and Eclectic Clubs of this city. The out-field was very wet after tbe late beavy rains, and rendered (lelding anything but safe or pleasant; the in-Held was but little better, except at Ibe bases and standpoints. I The playing was sharp and spirited, how ever, although tbe ball soon became "sogsy" and difficult to bat or bold. Mnrtin's pit* hmg bothered the Electlcs very much, but they managed to get ba-es several llmos on good bits; but then they were nut quick enoogb for such wiry, tricxv chips as Jewett, Dovyr, Hatfield, Waterman and "Dickey" Hunt. Mcjiahon was on bis old style of batting, with good effect. On the Eclectic side Oonnell, at third base, played and fielded aa finely us in any of bis old games with (he Gotham Club ; Armstrong played well behind, and Dr. Bell pitched very effectively. The Mutuals were ob liged to change in consequence of the absenoo of Beer mao, but R. Hunt played nicely in tbe position. The Mutual nine are up to all the pointa of tbe game, and, Judging from the games they have lately played, it may be said that they play better and steadier than ever, and the contest to come off on tbe 26tb, at Irvlngton, will no doubt be one or tbe finest game* of tbe season. Tbe score ot yesterday's game la as follows:? MLBonc. wvrvAu rinyer?. O. It. PUnytn. O. S. Bell, p 3 1 Hatfield, 2d b 4 3 Conuell, 3d b 4 0 Waterman, 3d b 3 4 Wstaen. 1. t 3 1 Devyr. a. s 4 3 Still wagon. s. s 4 1 Martin, p S 4 Brown, r. f 3 1 Zeller. If 4 Olover, 3d b 3 1 Jewett, c a 3 Stephenson, e. f 4 0 It Hunt, 1st b 3 4 Armstrong, c 4 0 C. Hunt, c. f 3 4 Daiton, 1st b 3 1 McMahon, r. f 0 7 Total 37 6 Total In S3 UHflMM. CM?. lar. %L *1. *tA. M. M. 7<*. BtA. (XA. Eclectic 000000082-.fi Mutual 1313444 10 3?33 Fly eatebee? Ecleetie, 7; Mutual, 16. Out on fouls? Eclectia. 10; Mutual, 8. Hcorere? Messrs. Wright and Dongan. Umpire? Mr. T. MnaiiarmtU, of tba Htar Club. Time of game? 1 hour and 46 iniuulea. Match for the Ckaosploaahlp of Maryland. BiLinioiti, Jane 19, 1807. ' An interesting came of bare ball waa played thta after noon between tho first nine or Pastlms Club and the Orel nine of the Enterprise, on the grounds or tb* Pastime*, on Madison avenue. About two thousand spectator* were present. Tbe game was for a silver ball and tbe championship of th? State. Tbe Pastimes are the Tie tors by two runs, Ibe score being 35 to 37. THE PRESBYTERIAN DELEGATIONS. A union meeting of the various Pr*sbyt*rian churches of New York and vicinity was held last svening In the Brick church, corner or Fifth avenue and Thirty-seventh street, the occasion being the welcome or tbe Rev Dr. Fairboirn, Principal or tbe Free Collego of Glasgow, and tbe Rev. J. Wells, as delegates from tbe Free Church or Scotland, and the Rev. Dr. Hall, of Dublin, from the Presbyterian Church or Ireland. Tho Rev. Dr. Denham, or Londonderry, was also expected to be present, but was unavoidably absent The proceedings were opened with prayer and tho singing or a hymn, aTier which the Chulrman, the Rev. Dr. DcwiCt, in some well-chosen re marks incited the delegates to the puiptt and introduced as ihe nm speaker the Rev. Mr SVrij>, who, alter ei pressing thanks for tbe kind reception which had been accorded the deputation at the hands or tbe Presbyterian churches throughout this oountry, and the "unbounded generosity'' which had been mani fested toward them during their visit, proceeded to give an account ol the progress and system o t evangelical re formation during the past few years is Scotland. The Cbristain Chtircu In Scotland, he said, had a most ardent denre to preserve and strength** their proeent relations with the world at large; but more particularly with the friends in Amerloa; they wished to show tii.it tbelr suc cess was our success, that oar work was their work. There lias been a radical revolution in evangelical pro gress In the home mission work In connection with the Free Church or Scotland since the close ol the last cen tury. Under the home mission or tern tonal system, which has neen round the most effectual medium of evangelization, each ceng legation Is expected to take up on* district In each or the large cities, and establish a church in that district, open Sabbath schools, propagate mi-sums, and as far as practicable advance the work of Christian reformation. In tbe city or Glasgow alone there were tirty-eigbt free churches, and fifteeo of those were mission churches, and one hundred anl flftv con gregations have l>een formed in Scotland Willi n tbs list twenty sears In this moaner. In closing his remarks be paid a glowing tribute to the vastnsas aud grandeur of the American oont^ent, and remarked Unit tboy were In tbe hahit or speaking of " broad Scotland," hut how unravorably it compared, with ail Its breadth, to the New World, whtrh presents a correspondingly grand and unlimited sphere ror the development and propagation of the Christian mission. The Rev. Dr. Hal* was nest introduced, and, after a .few felicitous remarks in relation to the work of evan gelisation la Ireland, proeeodel to give some s^tisUos of the present state ana progress or ths work or reformation la connection with the Pveby tcrian Church or Ireland, as prss anted at the meetingW the Genaral Assembly last month la Dublin, and from which It appears there ars connected with the congregations 81,313 families, 122, IMO communicant*, 228, 76a church sittings, 86S elementary schools under the patronage of the minlstsrs of ths chnrch, 112 classical schools, 816 young psrsoss study ing ror ths mlnlstery, 00.000 young persons la t'i? va rious Sabbath schools, the total amouat of collections for lbs year ?83.000 sterling, being an incroass of ?2,000 la excess of tns previous year. H? also read a tabular statement from which It appsarsd that then were la Ireland 3,600,000 Roman Catholics snd 1,360,000 Protestants oT all denominations, of which lalter 626,000 wore Presbyterians The percentage of those confined la pnsons was as follows:? Roman Catholics 88 per cent, Episcopal 10 to 11 per cent and Presbyterian about 3H psr cent In conclusion, tbs speaker alluded Inel dsntally, as an Irishman, to tbs Fsmans, with whom, hs said, hs could bat express tbs deepest sympathy not Per the reverses which had attended their oa?s*t but ror ths dsluMon which bad led thsm Into so nnfortnnats a scheme. He ad verted to II as nothing more nor less than a money swindle, which sought to grasp the bard earned ssvlngs of the msssss or the Irish popvistlon oT this ooontry as well as IB Ireland, and assured bis hearers, as a man and as a clergyman, that there was no party wor tb speaking about ia Ireland that means to tight in ths cause of Fsnlsalsro. As an Illustration of the Qghtiag capacity of a nwMorUy of thsm be suited on reliable authority tb* following Incident, ss occurring on a farm la the south of IreUnd dnnng the recent outbreak t? A poor bey had obtained a gun and ammunition, and after putting tb* powd*r in tb* barrel waa completely Boa ptosaM. Turning to s companion he ssld, "Now, Bar ney, what am 1 to do next t" The speaker's strictures sn tb* Fenian movement were warmly applaud*d. After expressing thanks for tb* klad reception which bad ktsi tendered them, the Rev. Dr. firs* Aran s4 trosasd a few words to tbe lart* audlenoe sassmbled lad the -proofed lags were brought to a pKw*. Dm nlrbtfrp and Wells l*av* f?f lurea* on Satur IVMIL CUBA. The steamship Etili, fapUlt Otmm, from Bnui on tbe lbtb inaUnt, arrived at this port yesterday. SPECIAL COBBESPOIIOEHCe OF THE HEBALB. It u mo red Boy at Decree (JraBtlof CaidlliMtl Fr?cd?a to Slave*? Tbe Hale of the Ocew Home Deferred? Keioria la the P*a??rt Hyateas? Poaltlon of (he Savlsf* Baak? ' The Ffaaadal Situation Not Geod in Havana. Havana, June 1A, 1807. In corroboration of an opinion which 1 expressed in n previous letter, I now learn that the Inst Spanish mall steamer brought ont n royal decree declaring free all colored ehlldren bom of slave parent* on and after the 1st of July next After said date any slave may obtain his or her liberty for the amount of 1250. I am assured that tbe Captain General has received said decree, and tbat it has not been published yet for fear that its sad den circulation among tbe oolored clauses might produce too much enthusiastic demonstration, which, perhaps, would be dangerout With regard to the business of the bark Oeean Home, I understand from a very reliable source that tbe order tosellberat public auction is likely to be deferred, or perliape to be revoked altogether. It appears thai Mr. Reward seat word to tbe Spanish Minister at Washing ton, suggesting tbat tbe case might be deferred for awhile to give uim an opportunity of looking Into it be fore the authorities hero did anything farther in the matter. Ho reminded tbe Minister that a case bad oc. curred here some years ago very tdmilar to the above, in which the claim oi tbe Onlted States was considerably swelled In consequence of a ratber hasty conclusion on the part of tbe Cuban authorities. Tbe Captain General having recently received a communication from tbe Spanish Minister to the effect above stated It is pre sumed that ample lime will be given to Mr. Seward to examine thoroughly the papers now in his hands rela tive to this affair. We learn from Georgetown, Bemerars, that tbe United States steamer Penobscot, Commander Firming, five guns, laai from Barbadoos. had put into tbe former port to coal on the 22d of May last. The French gnnboat Bouvet, Commander Montpezat, arrived on the 13th Inst., last from Nnevltaa. I am happy to say ibat according to a royal decree, dated the 14th of May last (not yet received Here), pass ports will no longer be required in Cuba and Porto Rico. All that will he necessary In future are "cedutas," or vouchors of residence, while foreigners producing any sort of document identifying their person will, have no further trouble. Your readors will be right glad to learn that the former nuisance has been done away with, which hitherto caused so much annoyance, fraud and expense. Those who arrive wholly unprovided with any document whatever will only have to produce two wit nesses to slate the object or their visit or sojourn. According to tbe monthly balance shoot just published by tbe Cat* do Ahorros (savings bank) to tbe 31st of May last, it had a cash balance on hand of $1,67(1,637. Tho amount of Mils receivable was $1. 040,278. It pos sessed shares in the Cienfuegos and the Cardenas rail roads to the nominal value of 125,410. The loans on mortgage. Ac., amounted to $830,524. Besides tbe above (shares it owns tbe laree, One building which Is occupied by the bank In O'Reilly street (It is the only private structurd perhaps in Cuba that is provided wiib bomb proof vaults). and $74,173 have already b-en paid on account of Its cost. As said before, its (paid up) capital la only $600,000, or less than one half of the smallest bank in Havana; yet It baa a ''reserve1' fund of $190,473. The deposits without interest amounted to $1,464,588, and $1,455,827 on Interest. The profits obtained by this well managed littlo institution during the last Ave mouths amount to $51,024. Despite tho general situation its shares are at a great premium, and there are acareely ever any for sale. A comparative statement appeared yesterday in the Mario d. la Ma rina showing the dividends made by tbe seven principal banks of Havana, Maunzas and Cardenas during tbe last nine years. The total amount of these has varied from 131 X to 04 per cent, or annually about 13 to 0 1-3 per cent. This augurs very favorably as far as con cerns tbe bank*, bnt when we notice the great fall In tho price of the sbares (thus contra* dioting tbe desirability of tbe investment) and the Immense decrease in the deposits, the general distrust becomes so much tho more promlnont and evident. Tbe press may turn and twist about, or sift ont as much data as It like*, but there will be no reaction tiH the crisis baa matured. For tbe time being financial matters do look feebly op, but I consider this qnlte transitory, and yet hone I may be ml-taken in tbe premies. The Mexican war steamer Mosquito is not likely now to leave Havana. A claim has been established against her to the extent of $2,000 for "certain commodities furnished" to said vessel. The reeult of Santa Anna's doings is now looked for. Toe Mexican sloop of war Halaz&r la also still In port. For the last few daya the sugar market has shows more life, and eome parcels hare obtained an advance, establishing the price m tbe proportion of 7 \ reals for No. 12. Tonnage for the United States la exceedingly scarce and in active demand. Among Hie recent charter! I notice tbat of the British bark Sbeffleld, 3,000 boxes oapacity, for Now York, at $1 80 per box and $0 75 per hhd. ; American brig W. RoberUoa, a, 000 boxes, for New Orleana, at $2 36 per box and $0 per hhd. : Ameri can brig Wenonah, M0 hbda., Remedtos for New Orleans, at $10; American brig Lulan, 800 bhds., for New York, at $7, and $1 80 per box; BrlUah brig Auro ra, 1,400 boxes, for New|York at $1 80. Exchange on London Arm at 11 lo 11 X per cent premium, and Paris 1 to IX per cent diMount. Sixty days currency on New Turk tells at 28 per eent discount, and short sight cold bills at par to X premium. The French steamer Darton, from New Orleana, ar rived this morning. The Fraaee, from Vera Crux, la due on tbe 10th Inst. VENEZUELA. Re vol a denary Move meat a at aa End? Con. sreeelonal Proceeding*- Arrival of Ameri can Kalgraats-(Md Keserts. Aocording to telegraphic despatches re;slved by the President, the revolutionary movement in Aragua led by Araita bad been completely subdued without blood shed, as no time was lost in dispersing the malcontents. On the 28U Gen. Gil had taken the reina of govern ment. Gen. FaJoon had left for Coro to Join bis fstnlly. ( ongr?w?liad authorized the Executive to contract for an extraordinary loan, also to regulate the revenue, lower contributions, declare ports of entry and suppress officers not absolutely needed. The public peece had been secured in Gnayarla. Dr. Price bad arrived there in the American schooner United States, from Wilmington, N. C., with emigrants, to be followed by two more vessels. They were about commencing to bnild a new road from Bolivar to Noeva Provldencla. Tne I'phaio miDiw wore yielding handsomely. A few miners had reached Bolivar with ono hundred pounds of gold dust. Rumors circulated at Cameos that great discoveries of gold had been made, and Hie reports had been mads the subject of <ii.<cutalon by Congress. It was said that there were parties possexsed of the secret wbo de manded a privilege for working aad developing its re sources. SHIPPING NEWS. PMT OF WW JTOfK. JURE 19, 1337. Arrived. Rsrk Ida nd Queen (Br). MllUr, Newport, B, 47 days, with railroad iron, to order. Had strong wosterly winds most of the passage. 10th Inst, lat 41, Ion Ml, apoke Hr bark Prince Albrrt, trwm Hhlelde for Mew Karen, with starboard quarter stove, having been in collisi on wlta an unknown ship on the Hanks. Bark Lycurgua (ttol), Castagiiola, Palermo, 57 days, with fruit, As, to bsdsr. Below. Brig Argo. bchr He i bird, from Porto Klco (both by pilot boat Jonlah Jobnssn, No 29). Wind at sunset 8W, light. AmwIcrb Porte. ^ rn ARI.RHTON, June 18? Arrived, steamship Haragoeee, SAVaMNAB, June 19? Arrived, stsamshlp Ran Jacinto MTork. For OTAer Skippimo iViw Sw SimtK Pag t, JUlciLLARIOl'l. A-ortfd i'AL oraWiSus of fBi KkaWtik* ? Stole lotteries. ?sirrvcsv? arnu mass 99 jnra IK, 1W7. 74, H, 41, 19. M). SO, gT, 81, 89. e. SI. 11, M. ? ?.VTUCSV? CLASS 860. Jl'NB 19, 1W7. 70, 77, 40, 8, 14, SB, 88 S*. 48. C ?, *1. 7, 81 MURRAY, KObV A Off., Managers, mmir staik? kit ha class 518, Jvss 19. 1M7. 17, M. 8, 82. 74, 71. W, ^ SB, ?. 47. S, 14. smrrpesv stats?class 814, J era, 19 1* 41, 78, n 18 70. 18. a 87. 17, 20, 7*. 9. 87, ?4. PRANOK, MURIUM A CO.. Msrtuors. for clrrulers of Keutueky state Lotteries s i, trees NCR BAT, KDUlf A CO.. Covington. Ky, f rises cashed and Information given by addresalnc B. RICHMOND, Bo. 4 Corilandt ilrstL a -oppicTIl piAWiNos of Tfli groroFa /V . State Lottery, for the benefit of the Masonic Orphan Home. rsoiA STATS KXTSA? n.ASg 118. JCV* 19. 1887 40, 17, *?, SI, 7a, a, 14. (91 10. 98, as. oeoauu STsm-ct ass 197. Jess IP, 1M7. 84, ?. 19, 19, 34. 87. 14, 18, S9. 71, 9, 7. _ SL'mMKttTAav sirsa- CLASS f 8, Jl'NB 19, IA87. 7?, 17, 78, !?. .14, SJ, 38, ? IS T7. to. 98, 8SL srrrtK?w!rr??T? <*i.a?s 307, IV* t IV 1*87. S9, 81. S7, 88. 4. 18, 49, 11. 7&, 77, 87, 87. W. W. UOTD A CO., Managers, Atlanta. (J a. McINTIRK A CO., 1& Chaih.m street, B. V. CU)RMH, Rt'MIONff BNLjkRQBD JOIMT.S,? ALL DllL ) eases of the feet cured by Or. ZACHARIK, 7#o Mr<>, i wsy. . Dll. TRROfllM' BLBCfBO CHfcMIUAL BATH*. BOt. 4 AMD 8 EAST KI.KVBMTM STitBBT, CORBKR Of rol'RTH ATBRUB. TO TIIR BBRVQyB, RIIKIMATIC AMD ALL RVKFKRBRH PROM tPBCrfOBAL AMD CHRONIC IHSKAfRrt attended to by Dr. TlHoNK!*, the Inventor. TV) his patients and tlioae soquainted with th. ?e Hatha no recommendation is aeoessaiy; but to enlferen who srre ?ot aware of their advantages s wurti ?f explanation ehould he given. The Baths are pleaaant snd sgreenbie i > take, and cannot possibly do barm. They operate dlre-tlr and power, fully on the nervous system and on all the organs of life. By nervous snlferers? those temporarily exhmsted by bestness. excitement, exesssea or other debilitating causes, a* won as those suffering fmm chronic nervous disorder*? tie effect le at owes realised Paralyfls can be cored, as weB as averted, by thetr tlmaly use. Th<tae suffering from acute attacks of rheumatism, gout, neuralgia or other diseases en 1 1 Bod immedts: e relief. List the aflflctsd try but one heth and they will lealtxe the advan tages of thle mode of treatment. These Balks are wall known to the medical profession as 4 sp?riflr remedy against metallic poleone. Mercury, which WUri'**" 0t *" nl*> '* 'horoughly siadleatod Ladleg will tad these Bathe especially advantageous. They are Immediately Invigorating, snd remnv? sll fe8c tlenel dleordsre, restoring hsrmony end eatursl sot I on, to Atdee being egreeaMe, as they exersMM a sofienlna and r*. freehlng (nflnenoe on the sain and complexion, bnndng Ik* naliafaal Ima k^Uk MISCBLLAiHOrB. AB80tt'T'E DECREES oiT DIVOBCB OBTAJNBD from the eourts of this and other flute*, with U little publicity a* legally poeaible. Cruelty, drunkeuneaa at 4a* sertlon amine sufficient In several Sulci. F. 1. KING. Counselor at Law, MO Broadway. 1 ABSOLI'TB divorces legally obtain bd Sir uiy State. without puMloity or sxpoenra. Oood ereryj where. No foe charged until divorce la obtained, floaaalta. ttona free. QEOROB HMCOLN. Lawyer, ?Baaeaa streo -PRIZES CASHED IV ALL LROALMRD LOT terles. information given. F. OAIOR. Broker, Ml Broadway. Private entranoe la Amity i A. GO TO THOMAS R. AONEW'S ORB PRICE HOUSE Greenwich and Murray atreeta, and there jam will grid Teai. C'offeea, Fish, Flour and everything alee ?*t"Tsirar at anyatore la New York. Henry a. daniels, m. d.. surgeon, iku lrx. infton avenue? Abaolute radical care with oat knlfn. caustic, or detention from business. far plies, stricture, fistula, diseases of pelvic visoera. Deformities or eye, noae (nee and peraon. offloe hour* from U to IS. * LD EYES MADR NEW WITHOUT DOCTOR OR medicine. Sent poet-paid oa rfoeipt of 10a 1 dirssa Dr. E. B. Foote, 110 Lexington avenue, ooraer Twuiy eighth street. New York. Comfort and cure for'the ruptured. Sent poet- pakl on re ceipt of 10c. Addreaa Dr. R. B. Pool*, 110 LaxingtM ave nue, oorner Twenty-eighth street, Mair York. Confidential information for the married. Seat In sealed envelope ior 10c. Address Dr. B. B. Foote, author or Madt* cal Common Sense; book 400 ppu $1 00. Bent by malL lid Lex ingtoo aranue. corner Kaat Twenty-eighth street, R. Y PRIZES CASH RD IN ALL LEGALISED LOTTRRIR8 Circulars and information furnished. J. CLUTB. Broker, 17? Broadway and HQ Fulton atreet. SCHILBERO'S OBRMAN OINTMBRT.? WARRARTRl> a certain cure, without the slightest danger, far PUea Old Wounds, Scrofula, Salt ittieum, all Bone and Skin Dla> eaaea, Ac. tor aaie at M Bowery and by druggists genera If ^ HOl'BKS, ROOM?. MV.. WAITBP. A PHYSICIAN WANTS AN OPPIOB, WITH ROOMt for houaekeeplng for himself and wife, or to hire as unfurnished House at a moderate rent; English baeement preferred, and in locality from Fourteenth to Thirty- Sixth street and from Third to Seventh avenues. Addreea. staunc locality, number or rooms and rent, box tit Herald i DEKK ROOM WANTBD-ON BROADWAY, BETWEEN Houston and Tenth streets; S300 yearly: or would ran) an office and buy furniture. Addraea Cfentlle Dlliwi Broker. Herald office. FURNISHED HOUSR WANTBD-BY A SMALL FRL vale family, on the went side of the city: above Feur. teenth alreet preferred. Addreaa, with looatlon and toma, box 7W) Poat odloe. WANTBO-A HOUSE WITH ALL IMPROVBMBRTS, containing twelve or fourteen rooms, between Rlghth 3nd Thirtieth streets. and Fourth and Sixth avenue*. Ad reaa. with particulars, J. T. Lee, station D. WANTED? A PARLOR AND BRDROOM, URFUBf nlHhcd. near Blghieenth atreet and Third avanoa. Bent not over $30 per month for man and wife. Addreaa B, B.. station 1>. WANTED? IN A FIRST CLASS FBIYATK HOUSR up town, two Furnlahed Rooms, with privilege la par. lor. Reference* exchanged. Addreaa, atatlng priea Hi location, R. V. W. , Herald office. ANTED-A SMALL HOl'SE. IN THB UPPER PAb4 of the city, or In Westchester eounty : convenient to cars; possession wi.nted Immediately, or early In fall; resit must be low. Addres, stating location and terms, Win. P. Church, 847 Broadway. TITAN TED -BY A SMALL FAMILY FBOM THB COUR. TT try (no small children ). five or six Rooms, partly oq first or second floors, within llfteen mlnutea' walk of City Hall. In a respectable neighborhood; rent low. Address this day O. W. C., Herald office. ? . MACHINERY. Abeam enoinb for sale?can be SBRir running until July 3; dluneter of cylinder, MaMweh stroke. Inquire ofQEOROE W. THABPE. Novelty froo Works, foot of Twelfth street. East rfyer. A FORTY-FIVE HORSE POWER 8TB AM ROIlJMt two horse Steam Bnglne and Roller, Lathe, Pisa. Power and Screw Presses, Class Houae, Truck and Rreaksra, Machinery of all kinds, for aale by SMITH A CLARK, *7# Pearl street. N. Y. _ A S. CAMERON A CO.. STEAM PUMPS, FOR A. ERS. FACTORIES, STEAMSHIPS, MINE' TWENTY-SEroXD STREET, COBNBB OF 81 AVENUE, NEW YORK. JgNOINES ers. roiNES AND BOILERS? FROM 1 TO 60O HOBSB power; good 'assortment of Pulleys, Shafting, Hang Ac., at Machinery Depot, Uj Centre atreet, eohsar A BNOINKS AND BOILERS OF ALL 81EBS AMQ styles, 8.000 feet of Shafting. 800 Pulleys and Hangars. SOO dozen English Files, Fittings. Piping, Ae., at ssis hsl| prioe. Rolls, Crushers and Machinery of all deaeripmu at DAVIS' Machinery Yard, 120 to 1M Hudson street, Jeraey City, two blocks from ferry. N. R.? Factories aM chlnery of aU descriptions bought. rR SALE? 8TBAM BNOIRES AND BOILERS OF all slxaa; Tanks of all sixes for sal* tow. D. O. SIMMONS, MO and MB Wast stpeet FOR 8 ALB-TWO STEAM ENOIRB8, SIX HORSE power; also one ten horse. WU1 exchange either Mr ? first class piano. Apply to or addreea W. V. McKaatf*. eer ner Bay and Washington streets, Jersey City, R. J. ' Machinery for bale.? ore steam enoirr, is horsepower; to be seen running in Times Building, South Seventh street, near First, Williamsburg. J. LEONARD A CO. , 480, 481 West strati WAS?uT* *?* PTtJ *PRR ROILRR, ABOUT If i JJL ,_w .f] 6 diameter, with larae dome and A or 3 Addreea, with full partloulars, box 3044 Poet STEAM ENOINB8 AND BOILERS-ALL S1EB8, IX, f and 4 horse, portable, nearly new: portable HoMInf Engine, Lathes, Planers, Shafting, Pulleys, Belling and Machinery of all klnde. WILLARD A M1LLWABD, BN Water WANTED? A NO. 840X54 COLUMN PRB8S, FOR OOI* ored work; one that has not been need more thaa a few months. Addresr, stating terms aad name of maker, Job, box NO Ilerald office. DRNTMTKT. _ A DELIGHTFUL PROCESS? 16 TEETH EXTRACTED In one minute without pain ; cm daily administered! beautiful Hutu Seu *10, ?li unci *M, at VAN VUtCK 8, ITS ttlltl) 1TFDIM. A MOST WONDERFUL DISCOVER Y.-TKBTH BX. tractcd without pain (ten years). by benumbing appli cation ( narcotization). Laughlug fresh dally. Beaali fulteelh, tl. J. JAY YTLI.iills, i66 ' * way. Qrand, near Broad BBAUTIFUL SETS OF TEBTH, AT MODKR1TB FBI <?*, and warranted to <it. All operations id dentistry skilfully performed. Dr. t. MICH AUO, French Dentist, 285 tirand street, near Bowery. BEAUTIFUL BETS OF TEETH AT MODBRATB price* and warranted to tit. All operations In dea. tislry skilfully performed. Dr. M1CI1AUD, French deutisl 316 Orsnd street, near Bowery. /10LT0N DENTAL ASSOCIATION ORIGINATED T8B V/' an?<*th?tle uae of nitron* oxide f*a, administer It la the moot approved method, do nothing but Extract Tenlh. and eer aluly do It wlthimt p.iln ; ao *1,000 patient* testify. Bee the.r nan.** at i h?? ..ill ? ? I ? t'ooper Ins'itule. U!?. WniTB.-NUW AND IMPROVED ARTI PfCIAL Rubber Teetii at half the prions charted by other*; whole aeia J1, $10 mi l f IK; superior In be ntty, strength and u-efnlnrss in all olhers. Tlie Cheap Dental Establish men', AiiHiith avriine. JOSEPH DODIN, DENTIST, RESPECTPrLbT Ill tuna* ht* pallrut* and the public that be ha* rined to l& Ka*t ThliieeuU street, between Third and Fuurth arena**. "sfiTo'r i.\?Tic and pure gold fillinos fob reetiirlnc teeth In ever t ?ta?e of decay to their original ?ban*, beauty aud soundness without pain. H.OU) teeUato utals. Dlsonrerer'* reoms. J9 Cast Fourteenth street. Pn'irtni.K i.i:munadk-jist the tiiino for hotels, summer garden*. picnics, Ac. A ccut* wanted by F. UMBKKANT, 9kft Catharine atreet. PKUPUHAL1. rm CONTKATORS.? PROPOSALS FOR STREET im prnvemrnt* and for the supply of Drain an4 B*wer Pipes, rtepatste sealed propossls, e*ch endorsed with the title of the West lor which it may be offered, the naaae of, person making the aaiae and the date of It* pimalUMi. wlil be reoelved at Ihl* Tfflce untlll 11 o'clook A. M. of Ron. day, .1 ily I, 1.^7, for the supply of about 70 (RIO lineal feet of Sewer aud Pi am Pipe* of different dimensions, also for tfc* r iiialriiotMu of Hewers, as folldwa, rli:? <Bp4e. 13 > la Flftw thlrd nrrrt. Iwiween Fourth and Fifth svennse. (fcpae. 11). la Eighty flfUi, Elglity -am h and Etghtyaeventh streets, be tween lourth aud Fifth avenue*. (Spec. 17). In Forty slith an<l Fifty first *trert?, from their present termination* to the Hudson river. (Hper. 3n>. In Peventy Orel atreet, be tween f.ighth aud Teutli . ronuee. ( S pec. Si. In Tenth avenue, from Fifty. Orsi *treel to and through Fiftieth atreet to near Nfnth avenue. iSpec. 10 1. In Twenty-fifth street, between Kichth end NtRtfc svumie*, and In Eighth avenue, between "even eenih and Eighteenth streets . also for eoa llruetion of Crosswalks In lw>Mi -treet, at Tenth, Eleventh a lid Twelfth aven.ii>* and Broadway, and of Moae Block Par*, men la In *e on! avenue, fi.un >>.stv first t ? K'stuyslith street , also In him street, from Broome to Spring strati also In Twelfth street, from fourth to Fifth avenue: also la Nlnetr-a-i-Mid street. n-om Tlilrd avenue to Hast tlver, also in West street. from Chan b< 'o Watt etreet; and alao id Tllrty-*^ "i. I atml from Faurth to Fifth avenue 8t>eel6<'*llone and forms foi hlda can be obtolned oa appll. satioo at this utiue. ill"M *S 8IEPUENS, i Croton ROB r, I.. D.lRRAOU, J Aaaotduol A. W. I RAVEN, i Hoard. om<*e Crotoa Aqaednnt Department, June 18. 1887. nARBLE MANTluk \f ARBI.r.ISBD 8LATK >: <NTBLR? BVPERIOR IN 1*1 api??rai>ee, more durable half the prtee of marble, T. H. ft i F.W AKT. 606 ftiith avenue, between Thirty fifth ana Thirteenth sireete. MHARm.K BANTKL8.? T1IB BMT fL|OI IN TH| city to puivhase Marble Mantele, of the latest ile*tgns at van low prioea is at A. K L>ABER'H Marble Works, 108 Fast Eighieenth street, near Thirdavenue, New Tork. Cut this out. Ml'lKAL, Tmwtt paribh.-twd umrauni bak?e? arr required lor the ohapel of Hi. John. Varlefe street. Triiu Ky Pansh. Address or oali on Precentor, SL John'a. ant ei *niug at ell e ulook. tyANTED-^NE OENTf.kM PIANIST, COBPB< *T tent to play solos; al*o two singer* base or baritone and tenor, to join a first class concert tronpa about to lira entertainment. None but geuiiemanly first r|s? artisu ihre* 1 to 6 P M . at rata 16. Whitney llouee. Broadwav ,tnd Twelfth streeL u FRENCH ADVKHTisRMBNTIt. MB riUM FRANC A IS K. NOUVBLIEMRNT ARM - . "**> J**?*" ** cuinme bonne d'enfant, et pen ^hamb re No'V'*,*r ''0Ur dei11 ^JU"1 *u M Lsonar v WO LAlhi FOR C liAIRIFICiiiwii *A ~U?*r-8- E#si& no??" and wain rafedHws aFTa5H3j^?wff5nB)!fi?