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PERFECT CIcanses, preserves and beautifies the tecth, and Purifics the breath A superior dentifrice for people of reiinement Established in 1866 by WITH THE SHOOTERS Veeterday'B beautlful October wealhef brought seventeeri shooters at (he Deep Run Gun Club grounds, who saw the most exottlng race of the season. Tho first contest, dlatance handlcap ' for a Marahle gun-cleaner. was won by Mr. Wilcy Litwrence. at elghti-en yards, who brcke 21 out of 25, Mr. Kutherford was the runner up. wlth only one target les* The cxcttlng race of the afternoon was for a %:, hat, donated by Mr. Les ter German. of the Dupont Powder Company. m the first rtfty targets Dr. Hlllsman made the phenomenal score of 19 out of 50, tylng Hammond, Jr. In the shoot-Off, Dr. Hlllsman won out eaaily. 1'oung HamtnOnd, who is but twelve year ls a wonder, and pui up An Intei atl - e] isodo at the close 61 the snoot was the pre'sentatidn of the season'a prlsea by Mr. Hechler, the general manager of the club. Mr V.'. a. Hammond won the high average for the post season?J15 fn gold. Second amateur average was won by Mr. W. L Boyd, who recelved'the $10 in gold. The loving cup, emblematlc of high average, handlcap added, was won by. ihe popular shooter and flold captain, Mr. J. W. Harrison. Mr. V. Hechler won the handsome picturo donated by the Dupont Powdir Company for second hnndicap average. Mr. Hechler had tho pleasure of breaking 47 out of last 50 targets, a credltable score. Mr. German was a welcome visltor ?nd shot well, as usual, dropplng only two targets ln 100. J. A. Anderson, of the U. M. C. and Remington Arms Companantes, waa not In his usual form. and could account lor only 77 out of his 100. The best squad score for the season waa made by the followlng shooters cjf-rman broke 25 stralght; Hlllsman and Lawrence broke 2i out of 25: Kutherford and Lawrence, 23 each? 119 out of 125. Shootlng nuxt Raturdav at 3 o'clock 'the scores: 25 25 50 100 German. L S . ?.s Rutherford, J. T. 23 Lawrence. Wlley '"i Hechler. V."_.'."."' 24 Boyd, \Y. L. 20 Hammond. W a. 19 Anderson, J, A. 20 Harrison. J. tV. 21 Galesple . 17 Dpe, John . 8 Hlllsman, Dr. B. L. 24 Coleman, R. F. 21 Tignor, Jas. ir. Russel], Dr.20 Lohrnan, O. Hammond, Jr. . Hammond. G. Sycle's Sons' adveriisement in to day's paper for Tuesday. WITH IHE BIG LEAGUE Amrrlrnn I.engiie Niilc". ntrher slit.in. nf NaanvJIle, reported fo the Cieveland Club Inst week. TcinlsF steady catclilng hn* been a hls fttOtOI in the Cieveland tenm's sitcccs*. Fir?f 13.i>?mnn George COCktll, Ot Wll llartliport, tn Ft W*ek Jolned the Detrolt tel m. Wnnhlngton has dmfted Cateher rtnpp. nf MentBomery, He oufchl to hit well. JOt Blrmlnghnm httl h-en doln,; grand fleldlng nnd wonderful throwlng for Cieve? land of late. N'et sinco Peptemher lat has Detrolt play ?d a game In whlch they failed to make a Helalng error. Menager Elbcrfeld, of the Illghlnndera, :s Slmeit prostroted wlth n had attack ot whcoplag cough. Mannger Fred Lake. of the Bcston*. Worka on the coachlng llne In unlform. but rpakaa llttle nnlse. Pltcher reters. the slx-font P.illas pltchcr, hn? Jolned the St. Lnuls Brown*. He ls n huikv rlphthutider. Hobe Ferrls Is hlttlng at a .ST5 Cllp, Mnnd Infl next to Stona nmong the regular players of the St. Louls Club. Ltirlng the paat week two recrult pitchers ? Walsh, of Danvtlle. Vn.. anl Sponoer, of Burllngton. In.?Jolned the Whlle Box. The Chnmplon Detrolt* were continuously 1.1 the l*ad from July 18th to Beptember 20th, Inclualvi?nnd ihe next day they fall. Oardner. now plnving second haf for the New Vork HlghlanrierB. 1* from the Harfford i.ani. nf tho Conneetlcut League. Cree, lhe new outfk-I.-ler of the Hlehlund ?ra, hn* been hlttlng the bnll well slnce he Li ifc* Into fashtnnaiile Company. Hughey Jenr.tngs'* thro.il la ln such had tha.pt he has etopped ahouting und coachel hi- men from the llnes hy slgnals only. ? wid" Conrov is a mlghty slck man. owing to rheumatlam, nnd It is only hls grlt thnt has kept him worklng every day. ritchcr Hughes, of Washlngton, was on Beptember 22d indellnltely susprnled by President Johnson for umplre-bultlng at Chicago. Pltcher rhesbro. of the Hlghlnndcrs, prob ahly esiabllshed a k-ague record on Septem be- ISd when he hit Lajole three tlmes in one game. ( The Boston Red- Sox took more money ou: of Clevelana for the last three game* Lhe?. played there than they plcked up there al; last season. Addio Joss ls mnkinc herolc efforts to lard the Clevc-lnnds at the top ot the heap. He has been pltchlng mlghty fine ball for thom of late. " Flrst Basemau Froemnn. of the Washlng? ton*, mav, In conjunetlon wilh hl* wlfe, Joln the basehall party whlcn Is golng to vislt Japan next winter. Trcosurer Hugh MeBreen notcs ns n re ir.arknble fact thnt hls Boston t^am dldn't lose a day by raln en nny of Its Western tnps thls season. Xotlonal League N>W8. Pitcher Crandall, ef the Oiants. 1* tho bov wot-der of the Natlonal Leugue. He ls not yet of age. It Is posslblc thnt Beaumont may never be abla to play agaln, *o bai is the condi? tion of hls kne'e. The one resret of Larry Doylu's young llte waa that be could not get Into tho flnal eerles wlth the Cubs. N'n wonder that Pltcher Dubee. of Cln clrratl. ls steady as a clock. Ile comes from Watermiry. Conn. 'Mlllions for defense, but not one game through forfelt," is the rallylng cry of the I-.i.ese of McGraw. Pltcher Mordecal Brown Joins Manager Chance in the bellel that Pltcher Kroh wlll bt a star pltcher by next season. The Glants have thrlce thls season drlven the great Mordecal Brown off the slab. Trere's some glory in that. Arthur De Verc. Flrst Baseman Pfyl and Flrst Baseman Evana. New York farm hands, rijclned the Olant* last week. Tcmmv Leach's frlends are hopeful that he mav have another chance next year to linr1 the Clnclnnatl mana.gfc.rni borth. President Pulllam's new umplre from the Amerlcan Association. Clarence Owens, made a satisfactory debut nt Brooklyn last week. The Boston club has nassert up Outfielder Herbert Moran, late of Trenton, and the St. I.f.uis Amerlcan League Club has drafted him. The Giar.ts. previous to the September Mtr defeat by the Pirates, had won twelve stralght. nlneteen out ot the last twenty, anc" twentythree out of the last twenty The New York crltlc* are a unit on the pr< posltlon that "whaiever else may be sald atout the Cubs they are about the gamest proposltion that ever came down the pike." 't a CLOSED ALL DAY MONDAY to See the Good Points in FeSlheimer's Clothes. They are. there before the eyts of every man who cares to look. ln some clothtng you see only the pat tern. ,.^n" Fellbeimt-r's Clothing you see not only^hoy* it 1'ooKs, but how lt will wear. You aee, the wear ln All-Wool Fabrlcs, ln 'careful tallorlng, with silk threads and a Bcore of dir'f<-rt.-nr. ways. Many of these detalls seem triiles, but collectively they spell clothing life and clothing satisfactlon. Clothing for Fal! of Fc-llheimer standard offer the best monc-y's worth of any clothing in town. New Fall Suits For Boys, For Men, - $2.00 to $8.50 $12.50 to $30.00 L FEILHEIMER Third and Broad. ? ' nt& flljdc Cldbei CLOSED ALL DAY MONDAY Virgkia State Fair, Notice to Parties Driving or Going to the Fair Grounds in Vehicles or Automobiles. The Esecutlve Commlttee of the Falr has decldod acoQunt of tho crowded condltlons of the grounda, not allow vehicles or automobllea in the grounda wlth the < ceptlon that auch partloi ntay enter th their vehicles or automobllea ln u.>- apac Btand by s'-t-klng er.trar.ro ? \ i):i. ;.,.i,. Road a tlcket sellc : . uekeeper this gate and partlea w|U be Bllowed t htclc-8 wlthout any extra charge foi Bal Patrons tn vehicles and automobiles the Herniltage Road will be lequhv-,; ,. at the ?ate ^ut their vehlcle* can be the gato in Sherwood Park, whlch is nt Grounds. ) grounds and pai ? back of the grarii ?r. th'e Mlaslng Lh wni be etatlpnea' 3 enter ln their v rked .iu. eFurs LARGEST AND OLDEST EXCLUSIVE FUR HOUSE SOUTH OF PHILADELPHIA So long and well have we met the demands of the crit ical fur buyers that our store has become the recognized fur centre of Viiginia and the South. Last season we shipped to customers in twenty different States, and already we have made gratifying sales in Richmond and Virginia and a number of other States. ' None save dependable Furs enter our rooms, and our cutters come from the best furriers in America and Europe. A truly and richly beautiful gathering of Fur Sets, Coats, &c, await you here in high and medium grades at conservative prices. Also Furs made to your order. Chas. Haase & Sons, FURRIERS, 207 EAST BROAD STREET. FIGHTIFMCIE5. BY JEFF TIIOIIPSOX. NEW YORK, October 3.? Kid Mc Coy has made good hla threat to get back Into the flghttng game and lhe announcement has been made that he has been matched to meet JIm Stew art, the big Brooklyn heavy weight, who was looketl on wlth favor with lGcal sports as a posslble champion untll Berry convlnced him that he was not in the championship class at pre? sent, at least. As far as knowledge of the game ln concerned Stewart ls in tho kindergarten class as compared wlth McCoy, and whlle a big wllllng fellow who can *hlt hord when ho lands, apparently has no chance ln a six-round bout wlth McCoy. They are to mix it up on October 16th be? fore the Natlonal Atnletlc Club. *It will be an lnterestlng battle. Another bout cllnched by Johnny White was that between Al Kaufman, the California heavyweight. who ar rived tn thls clty a few days ago. and Fred Bradley, the Bostoo heavyweight. who recently gave Jim Barry a terrl flc flght for slx rounds at the Prln cess Athletic Club. Kaufmann and Bradley will meet ln the maln bout at the next stag of the National Athletic Club on Friday evenlng, October 9th. This wlll be Kaufmann's first appear ance ln a bout ln this city. . He will traln for the contest at New Drop, S. I. Kaufmann, by the way, ls the latest white fighter to draw the color llne. When it was suggested to him that a match could be made for him with Sam Langword or Joe Jeannette, he declared through Billy Delaney. who | has him ln charge, that under no clr-1 cumstances wouid he flght a. black, | even if the winner of the champion-1 ahip depended upon it. Delaney, by the way. is a great S'd- j mirer of Billy Papke. He f li mly b??- j lieves that Papke will repeat his vic-1 tory over Ketchel when they meetj again. Ketchel developed an extreme caso of expanded hatband, he says, after hls last defeat of Thomaa and ls very unpopular wlth the masses. He has not been dallylng as much wlth the bottled stuff as reports have lt, but has overlooked nothing in other branches of dlsslpatlon: Papke has become the Idol of West ern fans on account of hls unqualliied modesty and bull-llke scrapplng abil ity. He ls somewhat like Battling Nelson. We have another Engllsh fighter in our midst ln the person of Jem Dris coll, feathor.welght champion of Eng? land Drlscoll looks like the goods. He is a dapper little fellow wlth a cockney accent, a green lid and a green sult. "Yes, Vm anxious to get either Moran or Attell," said Drisco'.i recently. "I knocked Bowker out ln our last meet? ing, but ln the first one he went the llmit. Johnny Sutnmers lost to me in the second round last on a foul. . I beat Charlie Grlffln over there be? fore he came here, you know. Yes, that was my last battle. "I don't know whether I'll go West or not. Just now I want to see thls big city of yours and take in a few of the others before I get down to buslness. "You see, 1'm rcady to flght now, If I was called upon," said Jim. "But I want a bit of rest, and then I'll get going. "My age? Why I'm just twenty soven and I feel as though I was stx teen. When I left they told me that Gunner Molr was coming over to flght som-e of the big men you have here. He ought to get on a big match, I thlnk. He fights hard every minute of the tlme and ls a terrlbly game fellow." Manager Shortell. of the Beltord Athletic Club, Brooklyn. has slgned "Charlie" Hurley. The boys wlll come to get her on October 5th and should put up a rattllng good contest. Hur? ley, no doubt, wlll have sllghtly the better of the weight, but Grit'fln slnce he-arrived in thls country has always met boys who were pounds heavler than he. I notlce that Ike Wolr, famous at one tlme as tho Belfast Splder, ls doad. ? Wler waa one ot the greatest flghtera ever produced lt- this country. Hn won the featherweight champion? ship of tho world twenty years ago, and waa one of the most populaj- pugil ists of hla time. He had been 111 for several years. I .-ir-,1 ,-i-u College Football. [Special lo Thu Times-DUpatch.] KKO.N'T ROYAL-. VA- October 3.?The past 'week wltnesaed the Inauguration of the football tralning season at East ern College, and wlth an abundaneu'of new materlal to flll in the places left '??- anl by the gruduatlon of aomo ?% last year'g hturs, Coach Sparrow can be depended oh to develop a wlnnlug ??Kgrt-Kution of piijhkln-chasers. 0, Edward Sparrow, of scrunton, pa., wlll coaoh thn football and baseball teama the present Hchool year. He ?" ?'? l'.i'.l hln alhlellc tralning at Mer ? ' . urg Academy, fa,, under Myron witham, ot Dortmouth, und "Miko" Bi nnatt, o| Pennaylvanla. i.ust season sparrow ooaehed the high achool team of hlb home town. iwri Maddox, of High l'olut, N. C? wlll look after the managerlal affalra, bealdea playlng on i.-e team. ab yet a captaln haa not peen choaen, but the poaltlon wlll be Hlll J Miurtly. _ ... Unly f-our rnon wlll be m'lsBe-d'fr-om i.i season'g teitn and ats many sub* bUtuU'i,-.uamely, LUlle, Sleule. Geoi'ifji, Weldenhelm, Lovett, Weaver, McKellar and Bowne. The old men In school are: Gose, Reamey, wtllle Banner, Maddox, Board, Mabry, Brlggg and Board Wlth the exception of a few men vet to report, the followlng are the new Players in school: Sowers, Dalton, -Maliry, Rifle, McGlvnev, Kels, Eberlv, Cheatwood and Maher. The men are heavy and exceptionallv fast. The blK game of. th'e year will be wlth Virglnla Military Instltute at Lex? lngton, Va.. on Nbyemb'pr 21st. Al? though the boys do not oxpect to win, they belleve they can glvo the Vir? glnla Military Instltute eleven a hard and Intcrestlng contest. Eight or ten games will probably be played, the teams being plcked from among the followlng schools; Harrlsonburg Htgh School, Augusta Military Academy, Staunton Military Academy, Bethel Military Academy, Shenandoah Acade? my, Washington and Lee second team, Fishburne Military School, Eplscopal High School, Massanutten Academv, Charlestown Athletic Club. Shepherd's College. St. James Scfcool, McCullough Athletic Cluft. 6f Baltlmore. Md.; Baltl more Clty College, Brldgewater Collego and Shenandoah Colleglate Instltute. At a meetlng of the student body the followlng officers were elected to rep resent the Eastern College Athletic As sociation: President Ross E. Wood. of Kavenwood, W. Va; Vice-Presldent Mlss Pearl Barrett. of New York Clty; Secretary Morris R. Reamy. of Fred erlcksburg, iya. Plttnburg nnnehnU Mnd. PITTSBURG, PA., October 3.?This city can be truthfully said to be basc ball "mad" to-nlght. Most evervwhere one go-es baaV-ball ls the- prlncipa'l foplc. and during the afternoon thousands of persons COrflregated about the bulletin hoards. In a number of places trafllc waa retardea by the dense crowds. The, defcat of Xew York hv Phlladel phlai and St Louls by Plttsburg to day oauaedwreaterJ interest, if that ls poaalble, inJlthe XationaJ League race he-Te. and tTacticaHy all Plttsburg: is on the anx^nis seat, where they will r-main.untrl after the game at Chlcago ' -m.rrow j between Plttsburg and C'hfcago. j All Visitors Are Invited to Our Store Where we have one of the most magnifi cent gatherings of Good Furniture Ever shown by a southern house. We want you to come and look each floor of our building over. v * Polite salesmen wilt beatyour ser vice at any time. It matters not whether you wish to buy or not, we want to see you. Sydnor&Hundley Jncorporated. LEADERS s J#iy| East Broad Street. SIT SPORTIISTORIES IIY JOB MUltPHY. 'PAN FRANCISCO, CAL? Octolior .1.-? Pnpke ls now sure nnottgh booked for n. reni fight to defetid his tltle n? the mlddlowolght chatnplon of tho world, and' lt Ib to be wlth Stanley Ivotcliel agaln. Thoy are to bo twenty rotinds Thnnksglvlng ove, Xovetnber 25th, nre to welgli 108 pounds three hours be? fore nntcrlng tho rlng, and It Ib ex? pected that the bout will draw the largest hpUB? of th,' yenr. .Toe O'Con nor, Ketchel's manager, ls wholly con flden't that the tnbles will bo turned on Pnpko thlB tlme. Bnttllng Nelson has hecn overrun wlth offerB from theatrical mnnagera over slnce he downed ,foe Gans. He has already begun glvlng spirrlng ex hibitions, whlch he preredes wlth a little Inlk about hls eariyi flghis and incldents of his Iighting cnreer. The manager of Wlllle Brltt. says that Ndl son will not consider any of tho Chal lenges he hat> been tt!iciving for sev? eral months. "The Battler has worked htmself up to the tof. bv hard work, nnd Is entltled to at lenst some of the glory and easy money he may pirk In the show business," said Brltt. "After we have' had a few months on the road, and the chatnplon haa had a little reat, wo will be right back in the game, for to me Nelson looks a clnch over any of tho present-day flghtei'B." Probably the only man who l? most expected to go wlth ftelioh Im Fred dle Welah. This clever little Umgllr-h man has fought hlmseif up to a posl? tlon where he Ib to bo regarded ?<s Packy McFarland's equul. In knocklng out Frank Carsey ln four rounds, Welah removed the last barrier that stood between hlm and recognltian as a contonder for Nelaon'j crown. Not that Carsey himself flg ured ln the contentlon for the tltle, btcause Frank ls nothlng more tlian a rtigged trlal horse. The fact that Welsh beat down the tough Italian boy and knocked him lnaenalble with as pretty a rlght-hand punch aa was ever seen In any local rlng Is the important Item that boosted Welsh'a stock sky ward. It has always been malntalned that the Britlsh Battler wns a clever boxer wlthout the punch. He waa contemptu onsly referred to as the lud wlth the "snowflake" wa)lop, and hls champlon ahlp asplrations were laughod at. After seelng Welsh throw part of his known cleverndfea to the winds sad alug Wlth a tough old blrd like Car3ey, i? will have to be admlttcd that me Engllsh champion haa somethlng In hls ftghting makeup to recommend hlm be eldes hls footwork and abllity aa a boxer.. The passlng of Gans from the rlng has been the subject of much thougnt and argument from the fans, whlcVi, when slited down, means that It la tho consensus of oplnlon that he would have been able to win from any other' llght welght livlng Wednesday, ani that the only one who would have been able to score over him waa the Bat'ler, with hls wonderful strength and abllity to take his best wallops and come bacit for more. lt seems an agreed fact that there ls not another .llght welght livlng rhat would have bean able to weather lhe punchea to the jaw that the Battler took, and that had Gans been matched ?wlth any of the others he would ha/e been declared the wlnner. Protits made by the boxing clubs he^e exceed all expectatlons for the hot sea? son. The gate for the Atteli-Moran and Gani-Nelaon bouta. both at '.Hm my" Coftroth's arena. exceeded MS.UOQ by a conssderable margln, When it :s consldered that San Francisco has not yet fully recovered from the earth quake and fire. and that the city Itself is small compared to other. boxing cen tres, the element of the populatlon ln terested ln the game can be declded. . The largest gate recelpts ever re? celved in Chlcago were at the McCoy Ryan fight. the sum exceedlng $22,000 by a sllght margln. The fake fight between Gans and "Terry" McGovern drew only about $1,000 less. Some dlsappointment is felt among horsemen who have their stables ln racing condltion at the postponlng of the Santa Anita Park openlng date from November 14th to 26th, Thanks giving Day. Among 'he lovers of rac? ing. however. who have the best in terests of the sport at heart, tho ac? tion taken by tho management ls ap plauded. R. F. Carman, of New York, has be spoken fifty-nlne stalls and will have the largest strlng here. many of the horses being two-year-olds. Phil Chinn has asked for flfty and R. L. Thomas for twenty stalls. A number of Mr. Thomas's youngsters are now here, be? ing prepared by Geo Read. The board of directors of the Santa Anita Raclng Associattoti has appolnt ed the followlng list of ofticials to act at the Arcadia racing meetlng for the season of 1908-'09: Presldlng judge, A. W. Hamlltont assoclate Judge, Ed Cole; manager, Dr. A Princeton Star .:._:' oii.Lorv, J ?<iil<?in nu.d Qunrterbui K .,.-..^.<.risxv\\.. ?f lhe Tlger, GEORGE W. WOODALL, 7 East Broad St. If it's worth anything to you to have Clbthes that are, really as good as they look, you'll find it worth while to have one of our HART SCHAFFNER & MARX or ALCO SYSTEM SUITS. Clothes a little different from the ordinary in style and correctness of detail. Fall Suits and Top Coats for Men and Young Men, $10. to$35. Suits at $15.00 that are all wool and right in style and tailoring. You'll save money, but that isn't the best reason for buying here. Boys' Suits and Topcoats, the best garments you ever saw at the price?$3.50 and $5.00. J. S. Gardner; secretary. E. C. Smlth; c!erk of scales, P* P. Pomeroy. paddock judge. C. V. Henderson; patrol Judge, Charles Baldwlm The appolntments, which are the same as hit. year, were made wlthout a dissenting volce. Thos.H. Wllllams, president of the Paclflc Coast Jockey Club over al! rac? ing to the weslward of the Kocky Mountalns and whlch wlll conduct a brilllant meeting at old Oakland track during the coming winter, has gone to New Vork for a month or so. Mr. Wil llams, who last sprlng pald $13,000 for the Pontlac three-year-old Big Chief, has raced a atable of falr slze ln this East throughout the year under the management of Dr. H. E. Bowell. Ho never saw Big Chief and probably he wlll not see any of hls horses run in the East. Dr. Kowell has now shipped the Wllllams stable to tho Paclflc coast. Mr. Wllllams intended to go East two months ago, but a flght for rac? ing detalned him, Some of our offl elous reformers, heartened by the Hart and Agnew low ln New York. made an unusually vlclous aitack upon tho aport of klngs. Wllllams was equal to the occasion. The reformers were defeated dlsastrously at the polls. Because of the trou'oles of racing ln the East there wlll next winter be more and better horses tnnn have been aeon on tho Paciflc coast heretofore, and Mr. Wllllams predicts brilliant Bad Breath and Sour Stomach Stoppcd At Once Wlth Pure Willow Charcoal, tlie GreatcHt Gun Almorber Kuowu. There la no necessity to sufter the humlliatlon. chagrin and discomfort Of baa tareath. blllousness. sour stomach, gastritis. slugglsh llver. etc. when a llttle luzenge of charcoal wlll c)ean?e the stomach and make lt pure and Bo not druc vourself when a stmple littlo natural charcoal made from e.rn grant willow branches, swe?tened wltn honey wlll add tone to your stomach, liver and lntestines, rapidly absoro gast-s and stop toul odora of all kinds. Charcoal will absorb one hundred tlmes its own volume in gas. A box full of c-harcoa-l placed ln - a bedroom wlll keeo the air of such a room puro and sweet. ? A llttle-charcoal lozenge dlssolved on. the tongue after meals wlll also keop the stomach fresh and clean.- Charcoal ls justTy" called the s'crubbing brush ror tlie stomach. Th,e old monks of medle vaVtimes cured had cases oi- stomach trouble, east out devils from the sys tem of man by feedlng such a man charcoal. .... , ,,.,. Scientiflc men of to-day belteve ln tho great strength of charcoal for the cure of human 111s. Too much of it cannot harm one. The syatem cra.ves lt just like. an anlmal needs and craves salt every so often.' Charcoal goes into ilio stomach gently" and ls welcome, lt settles down through the actlon of the stomach. and fllters through all the food. nhsorbing R-as. alding dlgestlon and givlng tone to the juices. so that when the food goes Into the lntestines, and there meets other dlge?t1-<> iluid.i, the charcoal holds the impurities and thus keeps them from the blood. < Stuart's Charcoal Lozengea are made from puro willow. They aro prepared fragrant bv the use of honey and sweetened xo they please the taato and are easily dlssolved. Thev have an enormous sale. thus stnmning them wlth the approval of the publlc. Every drugglst sells them, 25 centsper-box. , Go to your druggi&t to-day and buy a box; then after your next meal take two or three of them und judge for yourself of their merlt. Several taken nt bed ilme wlll prove. to vou in the morning that they have been at work all night, for your oad hrouth wlll.not be so-bad after, all. ... Send .us- vouP..n.ame and. address. ahd ?we -will .sofld-voti it trrft-l package by. -mail ftsas.Address IT-.A,- Stuar-t. Co.,, ^20.0 .Stuo,it;.BJ4aw,.M.JirAb?ll.-MLchT.i ,.-.... ueasons for Arcadia and Oakiand tracks. The Callfornla Jockey Club will ba liberal with horsemen, The Burna Handlcap; one mlle and a quarter, will pay $10,000 ln added money; the Call? fornla Derby, $5,000; Christmas Handl? cap, $3,000; Waterhouse Cup. $5,000; Gebhard Handicap, $2.CO0; Thornton Stakes, $5,000, and the Openlng Thanksglvlng, Paclfic Unlon, New Year's, Follansbee, Lissak, Palaco Hotel, Oakiand and Sacrarnento Hand: caps. Crocker Selllng, Andrew Selllng. Bell, Bunst and Undlne Stakes, $2.0t>0 each. The Calofornla Oaks will pay $3,000. an Increase of $1,000 slnce last season. Other stakes lncreas^d are the Wat? erhouse Cup, $3,000 to $5,000; Thorn? ton Stakes, $2,500 to $5,000; Oakiand. Handlcap, $1,500 to $2,000: Sacrarnento Handlcap, $1,500 to $2,000, and the Gunst and Undlne Stakes each from $1,500 to $2,000. Mr. Wllllams has declded to aband on the Portland, Yosemlte and San Juan Handicaps and Mr-nterey Selling Stakes, each of whlch last season pald $1,500 in added money, and save the. money contributed toward their main tenance for overnight handtcaps. There will bo many ov.-rnight handl caps at-one mlle and farther that will pay from $1,000 to $2,000. No purse of less than $400 will bo offered, and a majorlty of tho racea will range in value from $500 to $1,000. The day of cheap raclng on the Paclfio coast ls past. Mr. Williams does not expect to enter heavlly in hls own stakes. But he will probably havo starters ln the Burns and ChrlstmuH Handlcaps, the Waterhouse Cup and, the Thornton Stakes. Altogether Mr. Williams has thirty horscs ln tralning. Most of the Wil? liams horses are Callfornla bred, as are some of theEastern runners of Rowell's stable. The fast two-year old Prudent, a sonof Colonel Wheel er, came from the coast. Colonel Wheeler was a son of Midlothlan, stra of the old time Eastern favorite Slr Walter The dates of the running of the most Important Callfornla races have been fixed as'followa:' Burns Handicap* January 30th; Derby, February 22d; Christmas 'Handlcap, December 25th; Waterhouse Cup, March 13th, Gebhard Handicap, Aprll 3d; Thornton Stakes. March 20th; Openlng Handicap, Nov ember 7th; Thonksgivtng Handicap, November 26th; New Year'a Handlcap, January 1st; Follansbee Handlcap. January" 9th;' California Oaks, Febru? ary 27th. Chicufto nnd New York Appeai Dq^iolon. ""NEW" YORk.' October 3.?Tho New York League Club to-day appealod from the decision of President Pulllam renderod last night, that tho disputed New York-Chicago game is a tie. A meetlng of the board of dlrectors ot the National League has been callert for Monday, October 5th, at the Hotel Sinton, Clnclnnatl, to make flnal dis posltion of the matter. President Fulliam also recelved a protest from President Murphy, of tha Chlcago Club. to-day appealing to the board of directors for a flnal decision on the tie game wlth Now York. Mr. Murphy's telegram read as followa: "Tho Chlcago Club appeala to the National League Board of Dlrectora from the publlshod decision in the tie game controvorsy. Will bo represent-1 ed at Cinclnnatl Monday to press claim for tta rights under constitutlon. (Slgned) "C. W. .MURPHY." 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