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-Frank Bell Won Feature on
Delroar Card Over
a Muddy Track.
H PuaiLiSMi;
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Patsy Donovan Returns
liting Stopped in
Louis at AH Clubs.
Cardinals and Cincinnati
Play Double-Header To-Day.
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Odds-On Favorite in Fifth All
but Loft at Post, but Ran
a Great Race.
Judge, P. A. Brady. Starter, A. B. Dade. Weather cloudy; track sloppy.
' "J First race, for 2-vrj.r-nM nnrt nn mirw S?flrt i- , MnKvn ...i---.
"- f "-- yv os. unu uuc-uail tuiiuiih
Eliza. Cook. Sheehan--. 1 1IM
Alsaretta. J. McCarthy MS
tieanor Howard.
Perkins 104
ICotton Plant. Boyd ....1 IV
lltaecie Iinrrmnn f i,rc
"l-rescent aF. UVertonl 104
CM (Rochester. Wallace . I 10J
CJ Halmi. Pritchett .. ..I 111
..South Fotfc Bjbee I III
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Op. I CI. I F
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Rice's Horses Gained Too Big an
Advantage and Smith Made
Up the Lost Ground
Too Quickly.
Delmar track was heavy with mud of
frlulsh consistency yesterday. Yet the day
saw the best form of the meeting. Only
In one race, the fifth, did form go much
Then Hllee, the odds on favorite, sot off
badly, due to the bungling horsemanship
of Jockey Smith. "W. B. Gates, second
choice at 3 to 1. broke flying and opened,
up a gap of fully fifty lengths on Hllee.
Smith rent the big son of Hlmyar after
the leader.
He passed Barca on the first turn, Rio
Shannon on the second, caught Gates at
the four-furlong pole, went past him and
easily led Into the stretch. Sheehan bad
Gates under the whip from the flve-slx-
tcenths pole. Hllee seemed to be winning
to the last eighth. Then bis tremendous
effort told on him and he tired. Gates won
cloverly after enduring a terrific drive.
Hllee's race was a wonderful one. He
made up more ground than most race
goers ever saw a horse make up, ana did
It in four furlongs. Had Smith made up
ground gradually and caught "Gates in
seven furlongs instead of four, Hllee prob
ably would have won. Had he gotten
away with a good break, he would have
walked in.
KIo ahannon. Gates and Hllee acted bad
ly and delayed the start fully fifteen min
utes. Gates was very ugly. Smith seemed,
bound to get left with Hllee. He would,
net let him stand straight when he was
wining to oo so. got mm away naaiy and
rodo him a killing race. Mr. Elliott's
horse will scarce be as good as he was for
some time to come.
The other events were well contested,
but lacked In Interest. Eliza Cook, the
rational favorite, won the first easily."
Crescent City, a' crazy horse, owned by
Oint Burnett, was a good thing here. He
had worked well and was heavily backed.
Crescent City acted like an Insane horse.
He was being led to the post when he
broke away from his handler and ran
away the wrong way of the track. Liv
ingston managed him well and did not
let'hlm run very far. The horse was re
captured and led to the post. He broke
last In n good start, shot to the front,
stayed there for a half;, then-jult, A lot
of money was burned'up, on him in bets.
-Erank Bell, the" 2-tp-t favorite, won the
fourth race In a gallop. Doctor Cart
ledge, the second choice, was fourth and
close up at the half-mile ground, when
Optional bumped into him, threw him on
the fence and injured the knee and sh?n
n..Fi??. c??d- Woa "sllr; second dmilt; winner. Pratt Bros.' b m. 4 ,y Bob Jacobs
Jf. i?rhSPjc T?,? olne "wa'i Algaretla tlrvd badly In the noing. Howard ae way In
he "retch nm- C1,F ron away rive furloncs before race.
Time :13. iK.. $. -zz. 1:0H. l:na. 1:20.
yUy Second race, for maiden 2-year-olds, selling, purse COO, five furlongs:
, . I HORSES AND I i n.ttlnn
HicU JOCKEYS jwt. S. j. Jj i M. S. F. Op S.T hi.
Lady ronso.Blrkenruth 103 4 l i it it ii) i '
74S ISpencerian. Perkins ... ICO 3 Ink s " zn nk 1- 12 S
MS Cardoma. W Watson.. 107 9 7 v " 6hd 3hd 3 7 3
74 Hoedown. Gullett .. .. 110 1 41 Jhd . 3 V I 6 S-
.4 (Easter Walters,F.Smlth 105 7 CM 4H "4" B 5-" 11-5 1
SS ).Tele Welter. Bybee .. 1 S 2nd f,i '....'. b & 10 11 4
.56 JEnlEma. Traters 1 2 9U s ji m 10 4
IC6 IFonsodera. Hayes 1(5 S C 7 . 71 p m 3a 1
730 (Blue Rlne. I) Austin.. 10O s r- j .... ' 9 9 19 10 6
iFonJ atemorles. Loudtn IK 10 10 I m 10 10 I 10 10 4
Fourth Race Ed
Frank Foster.
Jltth Race Sea Gate. Flo Manola. Vanity,
fclxth Race Neeburban. Cardnelllon. Clover-land.
Race Chickadee. Lady Radnor.
Riley. Ahuraada.
Start ?OOU XOr all bUt M.mnrt, Tthn Wfl Qtt filtt laft Tl-nn .!. .. Ab ... -4..lv
to limit. Winner. O Lanka-. ch. .. i. by Jlorte Fonso Lone Prtncecs. Fonso ran with
ber field well in hand. f.pncerln finished fast. Cardoma worked a rough passage. Hoe
down tired In ftretch. Walter had no mlhaps. Jessie tired.
Time :1. So. is), am. 1:05.
J JJ Third race, for 3-year-old;, puree HOP, one mile:
HORSES AND j "j Rcttlnc
Ind. JOCKEYS. Iwt. P. I t- H. K. 11. S; F. Op. ill PI.
743 Bird Slayer. Calvit....! 9T. ; S"4 6" S" Jn T' 4 T W
.44 Decoration. George M 3 S 4nk 4U 31 2 S-6 7-5 S 5
.31 C!as Leader. Sheehan. i 10S 9 9 J T s 4 9-3 s-5
735 Crime. Perkins I 93 7 4h4 3' V 1 4'U 5 20 8
713 Ultra Vires. Bsbee... I 99 4 lr.k 2nk S'H 4 5"' :i 30 8
.41 Donemi. Wnllace I 103 ) 1 t- JB g'K V 20 31 I
CM Zulma. Boyd (95 S 7nk Chd 7hd 6U. 7 1 12 5
712 Rejoice. Livlnirton , .. 93 5 2 lhd 2nk S SH 10 10 4
.31 ITambourtne Girl. Cross! 90 G I' 7nk 9 9 9 20 30 12
Start sood. Won drKInz: second easily Winrr. D J. Charles's b. f.. 3. by Deerslayer
Ollie Bird. Slayer came fast on lns'de and a" best. Decorated ran an. even race. Leader
wants a loncer ditacce. Crime made up a to: of Kround In a hurry. Rejoice is not a
Time :H'i. :27U. :0U. :53Vi. 1:071,. 1:22. 14 iai
Fourth race,
for 2-year-olds and upward, handicap, purse !G00, six fur-
Ind. JOCKEYS. Wt S. '. H. K. M. S. F. Op. CI 1 Pi.
(7571 Frank Bell. S"iea "m i 1 1" i li 3-2 9-5 35
739 Theory. Perkins 9? 3 31 2nk 3" 2hd 5 5 -5
753 Optional. Siclntrre ... 110 4 2n 3 In 3' 3 4 6-5
152 Barkelmore. Scully .... 93 5 5 4 4" 4s 10 12 4
751 Doctor Cartledse. L.
A. Jackson S3 1 4n 8 5 5 C-2 3 4-5
IIUdrelliN Horse Henllly Tlnycil,
Wins the Feature Crcnt at Harlem.
Chicago. Sept. 8. S. C. HHdeth's By
Ways, always favorite at 8 to 5 and heavily
plaed, won the third and feature event
of the card at Hnrlem to-day. Callant
was second and The Don third. The race
was hardly more than an exercise gallop
for the favorite.
Weather clear; track fast. Summary:
First race, four and one-half furlongs Com--?.-.J1.8
Dals). 40 to 1. won; oudon. 1US
),. IV1"3111). U to 1. second: Bill Walters. ltU
(C Shea), lm to 1, third, 'lime. :54 3. Be;
Kerly, Orangeman. The Hebrew. Lanark. Red
Bird Falcon's Pearl. Marj Dunn. La CImp
erone. Florence. Fonso O'er the Rhine. Janet
b onso and 1 Must also ran.
Second race, six and one-half furlongs Last
Knight. 1W s. Bonner). 7 to 2. won: Marshal
sea. 103 (Adkins), 9 to 5. second: James J. Cor-
il 1-u. Halm if nrtonA f-mmn A. M. Kehwarz-
waid. The Rabbit. Mattle Spencer. Ermack.
1 J":, Cedars and Jvyda also ran.
Third race, mile and seienty jards By Ways,
91 G. Wilson). 7 to 5. won: Callant. 101 (II.
Phillips). 15 to 5. second: The Don. S (S. Bon
ner), s to 1, third. Time. 1:44 Henry Bert.
Florence H.. Mauser. Sherry and Alene Abbott
also ran.
Fourth race, six and one-half furlongs Best
Man. 102 (Adkins), 10 to 1. won: Federal. S7
(If. Phillips). 11 to 10 second: Mayor Johnson,
102 (W. Knanp). 10 to 1. third. Time. J:20 4-S
Zyra. Sweet Tooth. Evelyn Byrd. Sharpless and
St Cuthbert also ran.
Fifth race. Die and one-half furlongs Cog
nomen. s) (Wilson). 4 to 1. won; Allista. 1'jS
(Otis). 8 to 5. second: Fox Lake. 95 (H. Phil
lips). 10 to V third. Time. 1:06 3-5. King Ells
worth. Toltec. Commoner. Gus Quarles. Oleo
meter. Henry Lor.s. Louis E. Meinlng, Miss
Cornet. Coroner Kelly. Uoceo and Away Right
also ran.
Sixth race, mile and three-sixteenths Our
Bessie. 04 (Wilson). 7 to 10. won: Dodle S . 100
(Ferrell), 8 to 1. second: Bard.of Avon. 97 (H.
Phillips). 2 to 1. third. Timo. 2:00 2-3. Banish.
O'Hagen and Kunla also ran.
First race lite furlongs:
ray. The Four Hundreds would like to play a
single or series of games with the White Seals.
The Essmuellers defeated the Gasts Sunday
by the score of S to 7. The winners would like
to hear from all first-clas" teams. Address. A.
Neuhauss, No. 605 South Sixth street.
Th Niagaras defeated the Terminals Sunday
by the score of 12 to 3. The feature of the
gam was the pitching of Allred. he allotting
the Terminals but three hits and striking out
twelve men.
West Again Defeats East in Race
of Crack Thrte-Year-Olds of
Respective Sections.
American Derby Winner Leads
Victor in Brighton Handicap
Every Foot of the Mile
and Three Furlongs.
National Lcnsrne.
Club. P. W. L. Pet. Club. P. V. I Pet.
Pitts. ...123 S3 39 6W Brook. ..119 60 59 .54
N. T IS 74 4t .(tC lEoston ..1?) 50 70 .417
Chicago 123 72 50 .530 'hill. ..114 39 73 .3(2
Cln'tl. ..119 63 56 .529 Cardin's.123 41 S3 .333
IVIierc They Play To-Day.
Cincinnati at bl. Iviuls.
Boston at Brooklyn.
Chicago at Pittsburg.
base hits Rltchey l. Tinker L Home rnas
Krugcr 1. Sacrifice hits Smith I. Stolen UiZZ
Smith 1. McCarthy 1. First base on baSI
Off Pftlster 3. oft Lundgren 1. Struck out R
Pfelster f. by Lundgren 4. Time of game tSI
hours and five minutes. Umplre-JohMtone.
Toledo O, Colnmbna B.
Toledo. Sept. 8. Berger was Invincible at an
tlms to-day and Columbus easily won a lilt,
less game. Score: "'
Toi-do 0 e 0 0-2" it
Columbus 2..1 10 0 10 0 ..3 f 1
Batteries Coughlta and Klelnow; Berger lad
Peoria O, Milwaukee 5.
Peoria. III.. Sept. 8. Peoria defeated Mllwin.
keee by a score of 9 to S by hitting the ball at
opportune times Score: l
reorla 1 0 1 5 1 1 ..5" " 5
Milwaukee 2 0 0 0 10 2 0 0-4 14 lHj
Batteries Barry and Hessler: Sworastedt aad
Lucia. Attendance. SCO. -"sieui ana .
Yesterday'.. Reanlts).
Chicago 7. Pittsburg b. I Boston 2. Phlladelp'a a.
Brook. 4. New York 4 Iphlladelp'a 6. Boston 3.
a Last Day
J P. Maberry 10S
Cascine 10S
Copperfleld 10S
Blumenthal 10S
Foresight 103
Touchstone .......
Lolly Daly
race, gteeplechcso handicap, short
Start good. Won easllv; second driving. Winner. J. W. O'Neall's b. g.. 7, by Big Henry
Flora Leach. Eell dashed away in front and won pulled up. Theory ran a good race.
Barkelmore tired badlr. Cartledg was clcse uo at half-mile post, when Optional threw him
against rail, inlurlng hone ard rider.
Time :14. :23li. :37K. -.30'i. lrtl. l:r31i.
Fifth race, for 3-year-olds and upward, selling. Diirse J0. one mile and
seventy yards:
HORSES AND . I Betting.
Ind. JOCKEYS. Wt. S. K- H- K- M. S. F. Op. CL I PI.
764 W. B. Gates. Sheehan.. 10S 2 1" 1 P V V 3 31 7-10
757 Hllee. F. Smith 116 4 S ' Ink l'i 2'4 4-5 7-10 1-4
.!.... Barca. Shea 100 3 4 4 4 Shd : 4 61 7-5
758 Rio Shannon. Bbee.... 183 1 2' 3" 3' 4 4 15 12 3
Iidlan U..
l-alella ...
Baulakcr .
Eva 3foe..,
Limelight .
Slap Dash..,
Itacatlara .
rirst Past..
Demon land ,
Third race, one mile:
Jack Ratlin 110 Beau Ormonde 95
Bragg vn crestfallen 91
Schwalbo 97 Paul Whaley 93
Fonsoluca 97 Colonial Girl 91
Doctor Stephens 9 Talpa 33
Hargls 96
Start good for all but Hllee. who refused to break. Won clrerb after long and severe
earlv drive: second easily. Winner. H. R. Rice's b. g.. 6. by Prince Royal Penelope. Gates
broke running and wore the Ill-used Hllee down In stretch. The latter was straight at start,
but Smith pulled him sideways and he was practically left. He could scarce have lost
with an even break. Barca clo-ed fast. Shannon is not in form
Time :0SH. :15i. :31li. :'.4-"-;. :M'i. l:im. 1:231;. 1:39. 1:31. 1:33J.
TTX Sixth race, for 4year-olds and upward, selling, purse $309, six and one
J JO half furlongs:
Fourth race, six and a half furlongs:
Father Tallent 110 Bill Knight 97
Commodore 103 Mayor Daild S. Rose 93
Rockway 100 Away Right 92
Elnood 10O Justine Morrell 5:
Eva Clair 97 Mr Gem 92
Fifth race, handicap, six furlongs:
Ind. JOCKEYS. Wt. S. K- tf. M. S. I F. Op. CI. I PI.
743 Broodier. Wallace .... 1 6 34 T I 1 J 8 ill 4
701 Kitty G . Birkenruth.. 109 2 2' 1 l'4 S"i 6 61 5-2
707 dales. W. Watson 1P9 3 4id s G 3U S-2 I 61 2
725 Tlckful F. Smith 109 1 In E 3 4" 6 1 6 B-2
739 Sting. Pluikett 104 7 7' - 4' 6 4 1 3 -6
737 Tenny EMIe. George .. 104 5 In 7 6 f 3 I 11-21 C-2
74C location. Sayers 109 4 6' 4hd 7H 7" 10 I 151 6
749 Sam Houston. Earl 109 8 8 8 8 3 15 I 161 6
t .
Start good. Won easily: next three drlvlig hard. Winner. A. C. Bernays's en. g.. 4. by
Service Miss Baker. Broodier was much the hest and won easily. Kitty had early speed,
but tired, dales did not like the going. Tlckful was rhorc Sting did not like the going.
Belle ran far below form. Others not contenders.
Time :14. :26H. :3)ii. S2H. 1:03. l:2v. 3:29?,.
bone of L. A. Jackson, who rode Doctor
First race, five furlongs:
est Lampadrome
591 Mlllbrook ....
834 Bandlllo
... Nellie Crom
well 103
CS3 Black Enougb.:i5
... LAunay 1(8
7 Leeon ...... 118
42 Little Plrate...l0S
731 Harbor l'
... Judge Dnfn..l0S
748 Cabon Ksi
641 Dustv Mill sr.. 1CS
'.63 Wigwam 10S
Second race, six and a halt furlongs:
747 Falkland 86
613 Town Moor 86
707 Allyar 117
(754) Scalper Si
307 Duke Dash
away 108
Little Liver Pills.
(Rust lear Signature of
fee FscStBlIe Wrapper Btlorr.
167 tiwnTi casd'os) strjr
res Biuay t?E8s.
Third race, five and a. half furlongs:
5oo Don O'Hlgh....l05 400 Billy Jackson. .105
(734) W. P. palmer..l(C 3SS Walnut H111....10S
339 "Wood's Ferry..lW 743 Major Carpen-
... Freebom 105 ter 10
756 Allegrette 103 763 St. Noel 19-
743 Potter 1'J8
Fourth race, one mile and a sixteenth:
733 Doeskin
(75S) Little Scout..
772 W. B. Gates.
.. 97
755 Joe Lesser..
... Slddons ....
764 Jordan
... 97
Fifth race, one mile:
... Judge Towner.,
... L3UXMJ
liean 105
.61 El Canev 106
722 Tom Klngsley..lft3
730 Umnlum 90
746 Aules 103
(741)Neversuch 94
744 Peter Duryea.-.IOO
763 Una Price 105
739 'Exapo SO
746 'Lynch 9S
721 'MIni Gollghtly.lOT
Sixth race, six furlongs:
672 Rurallst
714 'Budwelser ...
547 Deer Hunter.
... Gus Lanka...
742 La Cache
,. 9s
732 Requisition ...
761 The Advocate.
719 Stub
770 Class Leader..
714 Brookston
(743) King Rose Ill
Apprentice allowance claimed.
First Race Wigwam, Leech, Lampadrome.
Second Race Scalper, Town Moor. Falkland.
Third Race Potter. Major Carpenter. Alle
grette. Fourth Race Jordan. Little Scout. Joe Lesser.
Fifth Race Miss Oollghtly. Aules. Lynch.
Sixth Race Budwetser. King Rose. Stub
Btrlcture Without the Knife.
Los of Manly Vigor, no Stimulant.
OJnu-ious Blood Fouon. Nerer to Return.
Varicocele Without Operation or Ligatured
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want. 1 nave so much confidence la my
treatment that I am willing to accept your
VANCE. I cure, with the same guarantee of saccen,
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Hours: 8 a-m. to 8p.ni. Bun., 9 cm. to 2 p.m.
HD Vl(l Ko- csi P1"9 t- Br cor Clh
UK. nlllU, and Pine). 9c Louis, Mo.
Unless Anleis Improves the Dancliter
of Loyalist Slionlil AVIn.
Wigwam and Leech have good races In
them. If they are. taken out of them they
will run one, two at Delmar In the first
eyent to-day. If Leech can run In mud
he will walk In. He Is a better colt than
Scalper or Allegretto on his race with
them last week. Nellie Cromwell displayed
nice speed and come mud-running ability
In Chicago, but was always stopping, due,
no doubt, to lack of condition. There Is
not any form on Judge Denton.
.Scalper can take up even weights with
Allyar and "beat him. Scalper's forte Is
mud. Town Moor has worked well and Is
ready to win. Falkland Is hardly a good
mudder. Duke Dashaway Is of no ac
count anywhere. Allyar !s not Frank
Bell, and' Scalper Is about such a colt a3
Doctor Cartledge In mud, majbe better.
So It looks like Scalper.
W. P. Palmer did not show much In mud
behind Potter, even If he Is a half-brother
to Ethylene. Major Carpenter and Walnut
Hill are fair mudders. So is Allegrette.
St. Noel Is by a fcire of mudders, St.
George. There 19 no mud form on him.
He Is fan and can beat this lot on the
dry, 'but hardly In the mud. He
is not o consistent horse. Judging from
his races. Neither did he get much of a
ride last time, when it seemed that Ingle
thrlft was the "risht" one. Lord Her-
mence came on and spilled the beans.
Bojd sat like the proverbial stoatlng bot
tle on St. Noel that day and Toupee did not
run his race.
Major Carpenter can losa Wood's Perry.
Potter Is not much, but will likely run a
better race to-day than he has been run
ning. He liken mud and may win. Yet
anything that Bride can beat Is not much.
It all depends upon whether St. Noel can
run in mud or not.
The fourth Is a real good contest of
mudders. Jordan is a bit the best class
and mudder, but Scout will be right with
him. Scout i. very good now and will
make Jordan do his best. Sheehan is the
best rider and can help Scout a lot. It
should be a great race for this pair, the
right distance and weights. Joe Lesser
has a chance at the weights, but Is not as
good as he was In the spring, and will
scarce be better than third.
Miss Gollchtlv'a ereat Kneed, riant and
love of mud will win her the fifth race,
though It Is beyond her distance. 6U1I.
she is where she belongs. Unless Uranium
runs with her she will win sure, and
Uranium scarce can do it. She looks like
the best bet of the day. though It is a bit
beyond her distance. Aules has had two
very easy races. Is n rare mudder and may
take her taw If he runs to his true form.
Hl last races have been very soft ones.
Cardigan did not ahow much back East.
Budwelser likes mud and should about
do In the last event. It Is too short for
Class Loader, and King Rose may not
run in mua. rne otners are a very or
dinary lot, unless Requisition be a mudder.
A D. Gibson 113
Monsieur Beaucalre. 9S
Delagoa 110
Wltful 91
McGee lu
Golden Rule 102
Percentum 94
Bardolph 93
A. D. Gibson and Monsieur Ileaucalr. Darden
entry. Delagoa and Wltful. Hlldreth entry.
Sixth race, selling, one mile:
Charlie Thompson. ..105 Mezzo 97
Doctor Gurnsey 105 Lord Melbourne 95
Myth 105 Prodigality 95
Curate .1 107 Jackfull S3
Blue Mint 100 Little Mission 95
Frivol 100 Brush By 90
Bay Wonder. 97 Marlln SO
Chicago. Sept. 8 Selections:
First Race Atlantlco. Foresight. Casein.
Scond Itace Eva Moe. Felelia. Indian II.
Third Race Colonial Girl. Schwalbe. Jack
Ratlin. I
Fourth Race Father Tallent. Commodore.
BUle Knight.
Fifth Race A. D. Gibson. Delagoa. Wltful.
Sixth Race Blue Mint. Brush By. Bay Wonder.
New York. Sept. 8. The Picket, this
year's American Derby vtlnner. added &.
other stake to his list by winning the Scp-
temDer btalce; for 3-year-olds at Sheeps
head Bay to-dav. The Hamptcn stable's
good colt. Africander, was second: Bever
ly, the only other starter, was beaten on.
The Picket Jumped away In front, and.
making all the pace, won handily. Afri
cander's hard races at Saratoga have taken
the edge off his speed.
Woodford Clay's Memories captured the
Belles Stakes for 2-j ear-olds from the 20-to-1
shot. Marmee.
John A. Drake to-day bought the 2-J ear
old Ishlana from the Lotos stable.
First race, sir furlongs of Fiitnritv .,..
Vt'eDtm'' (0do:n- to 2- oa: Armenia.
10S (Redfern). 4 to 1. second: Rob Roy 109
(Martin). 15 to 1. third. Time. 1:12. October
Flower. Cedar Rapids. Blackamoor. Briarthorpe.
S?i5?U5?T Keswnse. Midshipman. All
PhEaseV $$ ran!"' W-""". --
r? rf2Se' ',nd one-half furlongs, selling
-Irene Llndsey. llx (Fuller). 9 to 5. won: 'i'o
ESJSA1.1 Bu""an). 30 to 1. second;; stuye,
?(H'Rln3' 4 lo ' ttlIrd- Time. 1:19 2-5.
m. chanter. Ascension, Canalouarle. For
J11' S-,tal,a1' YunK Henry. Operator. Ath
lana, Enue, Mary strt and Cappamore also
third race, five and a half furlongs of Fu
turity course, the Belles Stakes Memories. 197
(rulier). 4 to 1. nui' Marmee inrt lH1n..ni
20 to L second: Golden Drop. 110 (Gray). 30 to
L third. Time. 1:0. Graceful. Fine Art. Te-
See. Palette. Ocean Tide. Possession. Mimosa,
lonsoon and Burdette also ran.
1'ourth race, mile and three furlongs, the
September Stakes The Picket. 126 (O'Nell). 6
to 5, won; Africander. 126 (Fuller), 4 to 5. sec
ond: Beverly. 103 (Connell). IN to 1. third.
Time. 2:20 3-5. Three starters.
Fifth race, mile and a furlong, selling Mabel
Richardson. 103 (Redfern). o to 1. won: Lord
Turco, 92 (De Souza). C to I. second: Knight of
the Garter. 91 (McCafferty). IS to 5. third.
Time. 1:54 3-5. Hockey Satire. Baron Pepper.
Setauket and Dark Planet also ran.
Sixth race, mile and a sixteenth, on turf,
handicap Leader. 103 (Hicks). 5 to L won: Duke
of Kendal. 120 (Odom). 5 to 1. second: stamp.nc
Ground. 108 (Fuller). 4 to 1. third. Time. l:4S 1-5.
Colonsay. Rostand. Yellow Tall. Kallf. Stone
wall. Janeway. Damon. Florham Queen and
Black Hussar also ran.
Donble-IIcmler Divided
of Season.
Boston. Sept. S.-Boston and Philadel
phia closed the National League season
here to-day by splitting another double-header.
Boston won the first game,
2 to 0. Malarkey pitched very effective
ball. In the second game Carney was
easy for the Quakers, who scored six runs
In as many dlfflerent Innings. Attendance,
2.3. Score:
Boston. Philadelphia.
Dexter. rf . 3 u 1 0 0 Thomas, cr. 2 1 1 0 a
Tenney, lb. 4 OH 1 0 Gleason. 2b 4 1 2 3 0
fuoley. If.. 3 0 4 0 0 Walvton.3b 3 0 13 0
McCry. cf. 2 n 0 0 0 Titus, rf... 4 0 0 2 0
Moran. c. 3 2 4 0 0 Barry. If... 4 12 0 1
Ahbafo. 2h 4 1 3 4 b Douglass.lb 3 0 II 1 0
Grem'ger.3b 4 12 4 0 Hulswitt. s 4 1 16 1
Aubrey, s.. 3 1 1 3 1 Roth, c 4 0 6 0 1
Malarkey, p 3 0 1 2 o Mitchell, p. 3 0 0 1 0
Totals .. 23 5-2714 1 Totals ...31 4 24 16 3
Omaha O, Des Moines 4.
Omaha. Neb.. Sept. 8. Inability to hit tho
ball, together with loose fielding, was responsi
ble for the locals' defeat to-day. Score:
Des Moines 1 0011000 1-4 '
Omaha 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 2 4
Batteries Harvey and Eohl; Companion and
St. Panl 10, Minneapolis S.
St. Paul. Minn.. Sept. 8. Aliemang had a bad
time In the fourth and Minneapolis sent eleven
men to bat for a. total of file runs, but Mc
Donald was wild In his part of the Inning and.
aided by dumb play on the part of the visitors.
M Paul took back to lead. Attendance. 1.313.
R-H. E.
St. Taul 8 12 7 0 0 0 0 ..10 15 0
Minneapolis ....0 00500000 6 15 3
Batteries Aliemang and J. Sullivan; McDon
ald and Yeager.
Boston 0 0 0 0 10 0 1 ..2
Philadelphia 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Earned runs Boston 1. Two-bas- hits Au
brey L Home runs Gremlnger 1. stolen bases
McCreery 1. Hulswitt L Double plays Au
brey. Abbatlcchlo and Tennv 1. First on balls-On-
Malarkey 4. oft Mitchell 5 Struck out By
Malarkey 2. bv Mitrhell s W!M nltphn Ma
larkey 1 Time One hour and thirty-five min
utes. Umpire Moran.
Tliree-I League.
At FpringSeld: SprtngSeld 0. DaTerron T.
At Bloomlngtoiv Blocmlngton 6. Cedar TUp
lds 0.
At Rock Island: Rocklsland 0. Rockford X.
At Decatur: Decatur-Dubuque game post
poned; wet grounds.
Southern Leagrue.
Memphis 11, Nashville 3.
Montgomery 5. Shrevepnrt t.
Birmingham 0. Llttl- Rock f.
Boston. Philadelphia.
AB.H O.A.E. M1.II.O.A.B.
Dexter, rf . 4 0 1 0 0 Thomas, rf 3 2 1 0 8
Tenney. lb. 4 0 12 1 1 Gleason. 2b 4 2 2 2 0
Cooley. If.. 4 10 0 1 Wolv'ton.Sb 4 0 14 0
McCr'y. Cf. 4 0 3 0 0 Titus, rf... 3 0 2 0 0
Moran. C...3 10 0 0 Barn. If... 4 2 3 0 0
Abbat'o. 2b 4 1 6 6 0 Douglass.lb 3 0 II 0 1
Grem'gcr.Sb 4 113 1 Hulswitt. s S 1 4 5 1
Aubrey, s.. 3 1 3 4 1 Dooin. c... 5 3 4 0 0
Carney, p.. 3 0 1 2 0 Frazer. p.. 4 1 0 2 0
Totals ...33 5 27 16 4 Totals ...33 10 27 13 2
Boston 0 0 0 0 2 10 0 03
Philadelphia 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 06
Earned runs Philadelphia 2. Boston 2. Two
base hits Barry L Dooin 1. Aubrey 1. Huls
witt 1. Abbatlcchlo 1. Moran 1. Home runs
Gremlnger 1. Double plays Ilulswttl. Gleason
and Douglas L Flr.n on balls Off Frazer 1.
oft Carney 3 Hit by pitched balls Titus 1.
Struck out Bv Frazer 2, Passd balls Doom
1. Time of game One hour and thirty minutes.
Umpire Moran.
IC. I. T. Lentrne.
At raducah-Jacknn 12. Paducah 4. Batter!
Freeman and Petit; Best. Doyle and Ed
monds. At Cairo Cairo 6. Henderson 1. Batteries
Derrick and Rutledg. Christian and Evans.
At HopklnsvIIIe. First Game ClarksTllIe 4.
HopklnsvlIIe 2: second game Clarksvllle 12.
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First race !-vear-olds. Die and a halt fur
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Note Finish.
Buffalo. N. Y Sept. 8. Favorites won
the opening and closing events at Kenll-
worth this afternoon, and the sport
throughout tha afternoon was of a high
order. In the second race J. E. Mad
den's Fly Wings and M. B. Leeds's Lao
coon came down to the finish close to
gether, Laccoon winning by a nose. Frank
Regan trains both horses and rather ex
pected the Madden entry to win. Sum
mary: First race, mile and seventy yards All Souls.
4 to 1, won: Doctor Stucky, 6 to 1. second;
Homily. 8 to 1. third. Time. 1:49.
Second race, nve furlongs Laocoon, 4 to L
wonf Fly Wings, 2 to L second; Vanity, 4 to
L third. Time. l:035i.
Third race, mile and a sixteenth Rosaneo. 3
to 1. won; Latrobe, 7 to L second; James F.. 2
to 1. third. Time. ldOfc.
Fourth race, mile Ray, S to 1, won: Corus
cate. . 10 iu, second; calmness. 19 to 1. tniro.
Tlme, 1:42 3-5.
Fifth race, six furlongs Palm Reader, 12 to
L won; Cheboygan. 6 to 5, second: Sir 'Walt. IS
to 1. third. Time. 1:16.
Sixth race, six and one-half furlongs Card
wellton, 7 to 5. won: Earl of Warwick. 8 to S,
second; Cloterland, 40 to L third. Time, 1:16 2-5.
First race, five and a half furlongs:
AH the Fields Small, Some of fae
IIors.es Having Gone to Syracuse
Doctor Strong: Beats McKInley.
Hartford, Conn., Sept. 8. The second
day's racing In the fall meet at Charter
Oak Park was devoid of any unusual
Weather and' track conditions were al
most perfect, although the air was a
trifle too sharp to -nsure the best work
of the horses. All the fields were small,
many of the horse3 withdrawing from
the meet here, going to Syracuse in
stead. The first race of the day was the un
finished 2:10 trot of Monday. In which
only Doctor Strong and McKInley par
ticipated. Doctor Strong had taken two
heats and McKInley one. In the first
heat of 'to-day's contest McKInley won
with ease, but Doctor Strons turned the
tables next time, winning the heat and
race by a nose.
There were only two starters in the
2:23 trot, and Ben Lelbes won from Miss
Jeanette In straight heats.
In the 2:12 pace Pan Michael won in
straight heats, and had plenty to spare
a. uio uiiisfi ul eacii race.
In the 2:09 pace Joo Pointer, who was
backed heavily to win. was beaten out
by Sufreet after a hard struggle in
which Cubanola figured conspicuously.
The Nutmeg. 2:09 pace, purse 13.000:
Sufreet. blk. m. (Ecker) 4
Joe Pointer, b. h. (McClaryJ 1
Cubanola, blk. h. (Greer) 2
Cnoto, b. m. (Curry) 8
Miss Wlllamont. b. m. (Miller) 5
Jim Kelly
Sallet ..............
fcllver Days
Montpeller ........
Handsome Florry.
Bob Murphy 1C
For Luck 107
Vagary 102
Florizel 102
Shortcake 103
Luminosity 102
Vibrator 105
Raider 1C2
Bath Beach 105
Second race. Oakdale Cup. full steeplechase
Last Game of the Senson at
Grounds Ended by Darkness.
New York. Sept, 8. The baseball season
at the Polo Grounds ended to-day with
the final game of the New York-Brooklyn
series, which resulted in a tie. the game
being called at the end of the eighth In
ning on account of darkness. The errors
by Strang and Reidy gave the locals a
cnancc for three runs in the third inning
after they had made one In the second on
a double, a sacrifice and a single. Brook
lyn bunched hits off Matthewson in the
fifth for three tallies, and tied the score
in the sixth on a single, a sacrifice and a
bunt. Attendance. 2.634. Score:
1 J
New York.
Wood Pigeon..
Third race. Autumn Stakes, six furlongs of
full course:
Montana King 112
Gallant 123
Sonoma Belle 104
Knight Errant 107
Ad Bell 112
Tim Payne ...112
Mollnos 112
St. Valentine .107
Dimple 104
The Southerner 107
Bobadll 113
Fourth race. Omnium, one mile and an eighth:
Rher Pirate 104
Eugenia Burch 1(0
Himself 95
His Eminence 90
Yellow Tall 103
Proper 98
Adlos 5
Molly Brant 106
HermU 129
Fifth race, selling, one mile:
Paul Clifford 98 Stroller 104
Lord Sterling 100 Captain Gaines 96
Bcntrv 101 Mollie Peyton 93
Guy Park 100 Early Eve 98
King Dove 9S Krbe, 8.
Somerset 96 Sir Roche 100
Carbuncle L.103 Rocky 1"
Ethics 1C1 Sedition 100
King Pepper 108
Brown, rf 4 1
Van Hal. cf 2 0 0
Eres'han.lb4 2 8
Mertes. If.. 3 11
Babb. s 3 1 1
Lauder, 3b. 3 0 2
Gilbert. 2b. 3 1 1
Bow'man. c3 0 8
Mat'son. p. 3 1 1
0 0
0 0
1 0
1 0
2 0
2 0
3 1
1 0
1 0
Totals ...28 7 24 10 1
Strang. 3b. 5 3 1 1 2
Sheckard.lf4 1110
Dobbe. cf..3 0 4 0 0
Dovle. lb.. 4 1 7 0 0
Dahlen. s.. 4 1 1 3 0
Gessier. rf . 4 1 0 0 0
Jordan. 2b. i 1 S 2 0
Jacklltach.c 4 2 S 2 0
Keiay. p. 4 z u 0 1
Totals ...is 12 24 9 8
New York 0 13 0 0 0 0 04
Brooklyn 0 0 0 3 0 10 04
Left on bases New York 4. Brooklyn 9. Two
base hits Mertes 1. Matthewson 1. Double
iplays Dablen and Doyle 1: Mertes. Bowerman
and Lander 1. Flrsi base on errors New York
z. Brooklyn 1. First base on bans on: Relay
1. off Matthewson 1. Sacrifice hits Van Hal
tren 1. Mertes 1. Babb 1. Jordan 1. Struck out
By Reldy 4. by Matthewson 7. Time of game
One hour and fortv-flve minutes. Umpire
WE CURE (To Stay
VARICOCELE in' 5 daja,
STRICTURE in 20 days,
BLOOD POISON in 93 days,
and all Vital Weaknassos and Allied
Diseases Peculiar to Men
1 1
2 2
3 3
4 4
1 1
: 2
1 1
2 2
4 3
3 4
Brown Heels, b. h. (Dodeel
Tlme-2:0Si. 2:07. 2:08,. 2:10?;.
2:23 trot, three In five, purse 31,530
Ben Lelbes. b. h. (Geers)
Miss Jeanette. blk. m. (Eckers)
Time 2:17, 2:19H. 2:17H.
2:12 pacing, purse 81.500:
Pan Michael, ch. h. (Hjde)
Jessie S.. br. m. (McDonald)
C. O. D., ch. jr. (Noble)
Midway, b. c. (Rennlck)
Hale B. b. g. (Richardson) 2 gjs
x-jl&d nm. o. a. luet-rai.... ...... ......... 4 dls
Lord Gentry, b. h. (Haws) c dls
Time 2:10V., 2:104. 2:11.
2:10 trot, three In five, purse 81.501 (concluded
from yesterdaj):
Doctor Strong, g. g. (Benyon)..S 6 1 1 2 2 i
McKInley. b. jr. (Boone) 7 4 5 3 11'
Caspian, b. g. (Shank) 2 2 I 6 4 ro
George Muscovite, b. h. (Bond).3 5 3 4 5 ro
Nell Gwynne. g. m. (Kelly) 4 3 6 3 ro
The Roman, b. g (Doble) 1 1 42ds
Slith race. 3- ear-olds and up, one mile and
a sixteenth, on turf:
The Rival.,
Kallf ,
.. 99
Wild Thyme...
Swamplands ...
. 90
New York. Sept. 8. Selections:
First Race Handsome Florry. Luminosity.
Bath Beach.
Second Race Wood Pigeon. Ivan. Rowdy.
Third Race Ad Bell. Dimple. The Southern-
Fourth Race Eugenia March. His Eminence.
Fifth Race Captain Gaines. Stroller. King
Sixth Race Swamplands. The Rhal. Bou-tonnlere.
TVlIIIams's Phenomenal Catch of Line
Drive Saves Game.,
Pittsburg. Pa.. Sept. 8. Williams's phe
nomenal catch of Beaumont's line drive
In the ninth won the game for unicago.
Pfelster's Introduction to the big league
was quite a success, even though the game
was lost. Chicago was fortunate In
bunching hits In the fourth and ninth in
nings. In the other innings thay got but
two. Attendance. 2.400, Score:
AB.H.O.A ii
Edcewood. br. r. (Malonev)
Time 2:10V;. :10, 2:1114; 2:12!4,
...4 3 6
...1 1 42
...5 7 7d
Sailor Knot....
Palm Reader.,
Pretension ....
Fickle 104
Two Penny. 102
Panacea 102
Phelps 100
Second race, six furlongs:
Getting back from vaca
tion, you will settle down to
work much better if you at
tend to the clothes question
For chilly days and evenings
a natty covert Top Coat is
needed. Made to measure at
Croak's, S up.
Fashionable worsted, home
spun or cheviot Sacfe Suits
(Croak shoulders and collars).
23 up. '
"-SHtfrsast Gsrssr Testa aad Oil.s Sis.
Ire Water 125 Royal Summons ill
Karl Kahler. 123 Glennevis 10
J. W. Redes 108 Slave ...101
Grand Marals 1)3 Marlonetta '
Invasion - 105 Sanctiuima 98
Third race, selling, cne mile and a sixteenth:
Frank McKee.,
Chickadee .....
Lidy Radnor..,
Flora Bright....
Nettle Regent.,
Mosketo ........
. S7
Fourth race, handicap, one mile and seventy
Ber.ckart 120
Ahutrada 118
Eda Riley. HI
Mrs. F- roster. 1M
ink loi
Dramatist 10
Fifth race, maiden 2-year-olds, selling, five
Royalton 103
Vanity 101
Thunder Bay 102
Mies McMeekln 101
S"s Gate 9
Addle Mac 99
Honey Bee......... .100
Lady Ananias 100
Regtan 94
Sir Walt...... 94
no Manola-.. 94
Sixth race, six furlongs:
Ran of Warwick... .110
Nodo no
Clover land 110
Cardwellton 110
Dusky Fecret..
Neeburban ..
Little Adele..
Apprentice allowance claimed.
Buffalo. N. T.. Sent. 8. Selections:
First Race Pretension. Sailor Knot. Fairs
Second Race ganctltMma. Slave. Karl Kah-
BHisonrl Valley Leajme.
At Joplln, Mo.:
Joplln 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1-s V i
Sedalla 1 0 0 0 0 3 0 1 5 13 3
Batteries Joplln. Eels and Ehle: Sedalla.
Lawson and Schrant. "...
Mndlson Race Reanlts.
Madison. Ind.. Sept. 8 Jefferson County fair
race results to-day were as follows:
Helen H.. bav m. (Chas. Buckley).. ..5 5 111
Octoo. b. c. (C. Rooks) 1 13 3 7
John F., bav g. (Wm. Dagler 2 3 2 6 2
Nora B.. b. m. (Ross and DlckersonM 4 6 4 4
Lee Banning, b. g. (Z. T. Cralg)....7 7 6 2 3
Time 224U, 2:24. 2:24tf. 2:26.
2:20 pace. 8300:
American Belle, h m. OTice) J
Ed Geers. b. g. (F. Clark) 2 5?
Bessie Abbott, blk m. (Dlckerson) J J
Katie Wilkes, b. m. (Flora) , , I
Skelkeldoram, b. g. (SchUman) a
Time 2:10H. 2:17.
Cotton States League.
At Baton Rouge Baton Rouee S. Greenville 1.
At Vlcksburg-First game. Vicksburg 2. Mon
roe 0. Second game, Vicksburg 3, Monroe -.
Amateur Baseball Notes.
The Ellendaies would like to bear from all
teams In the 16-year-old das". Address Wil
liam Barth. No. 309 North Third street.
The Odin team defeated the Floerkes by the
score of 2 to 0.
rr-u- Y..,.. nntiMl AefaateA IL Strong Picked
team of negro ball players under Captain Lloyd
for the negro championship of the city. ne
score was 13 to 8. Batteries-Four Hundreds.
Smith and Hardin: Llods, Greer ana "cuur
Eeaum't. cf 4 2 0
Clarke, ir.. 411
Leach. 3b.. 4
Kruger. s.. 4
Rltchey, 2b 4
Sebrlng. rf . 4
Smith, c... 3
Pfelster. p. 2
Marshall . 1
0 0
1 1
0 9
3 4
2 4
1 9
0 0
0 0
Totals ...35 10 27 9 3
Slagle. cf.. 5 1
McCar-y. If 5 1
Harley. rf . 4 0
WI11lams.lbS S
Tinker, s.. 4 2
Kling. c... 1 O
Raub. C...3 1
Evers. 2b... 3 2
Casey. 3b.. 4 1
Lundcren.n 3 0
Chance ... 1 0
Currie. p... 0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
4 0
1 0
2 0
2 1
1 1
0 0
0 0
1 0
Totals ...38 10 37 11 2
Batted for Pfelster In ninth.
fBatted for Lundgren In ninth.
Pittsburg 1 O0O10OS1-6
Chicago 0 0120000 4 7
Earned runs Pittsburg 3. Chicago 5. Two-
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