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V atticlcs that can be manufacture in small country towns with I small ( apital; how to begin their j manufacture and the best method i —to establish such a business. SEASIDE VISITOR i ■ ^ The publishers of the Seaside i Visitor, abright, sparkling and —; entertaining monthly, have of ; fered prizes for three best com positions on that subject, and _____ the three best articles contrib i uted will be published. TO INTRODUCE the Ska j side Visitor into 100,000 homes it will be sent four mouths free I to every person that will send ; four one cent stamps to pay ex pense. | ADVERTISERS will find advert"isfug'medinn f atSlloubi send a trial ad. A four or five line ad. will be inserted at the rate of one cent a word for I each insertion. Address, SEASIDE VISITOR, Machiae, Maine. SEVEN Fi | Bookmakers Had Things Their Own War at Elkton. ! | • he Meeting— Right IT WAS THU GET-AWAY DAY I Larmont Crowd of Jockeys McDermott and Burk holder Won Two Itnees Go., Eaeli. Tlie closing of the .Fikton race track will long he remembered by the huge crowd" that made their appearance, as every favorite was beaten. Tlie feature of the day was tlie handi cap. It included in its entries some of the best horses that have started on the out law tracks. Oracle was made the favor ite, while Prompt, who has won several of the big handicaps of late was second choice, with Bessie Browning and Gov. Griggs next in demand. The start, was a good one for all except Oracle, who was mixed up, and as he had 127 pounds to carry he couldn't get going. He was so far out of it that his chances of making the lost ground were a 100 to 1. The winner turned out to be Gov. Griggs, who won The Wilmington Sun handi cap some time ago. Bessie Browning was second, witii Reform a rank out sider third. Four $50 prizes were given to jockeys winning on H to 1 shots and over. Burkholder was lucky enough to get two, while Tiny Moore and Patsy Mc Dermott received one each. Where they will go next is not yet settled, although it is more than likely that Prospect Park, Baltimore, w ill open its gate about Thursday. Following are the summary of the races. in direc in inter are Summary. F'irst Race—Four and a half furlongs. Boisterous, 120 (Burkholder), S, 3 and 7-5, first; Medica, 118 (A. Dorsey), (15 and 2-5, second; Francis M, 110(Nelson), 15, (i and 3, third. Time, 1.00}. Humor ist, Jack, Congo Dick, Tom Tongue, Arda, also ran. Second Race—Seven furlongs. Old Age, 120 (J. Moore), 8, 3 and 6-5, first; Clanrece, 118 (Nostrand), 10, 4 and 2, second; Conspirator, 117 (Nelson), 11-5 and 7-10, third. Time, 1.39]. Ninis, Pleasant Smiles, Heresy, Ruekadoo, Tonioka, Dr. Jones, Pocket Piece, also ran. abso is A Third Race—Six furlongs. Windgale, 110 (Burris, 6-2 and 4-5, first; Onnaloe, (A. Dorsey), 4-5 and 2-5, second; King Hero, 112 (Nelson), d-2 and I, third. Time, 1.251. Ciauil IHII, Nick Jolinucn, Parveiuu', Joe Hayman, Belle Australia l, IreneJfF, also ran. Fourtli'Rnce—Six furlongs. Fifield 109 (Patton) 4, 6-5 and 2-5, first; Lady Francis 107, (C. Houston) 10, 3 ami 8-5, second; Blue Banner 109,(A. Dorsey) 15, li and 21, third. Time, 1.20. Sprite, Itiquireudo, One Chance, Walnut Ridge, W. G. Ifarding, Jayta, Black Bess, also ran. Ex 7, Ohio. Tc. i'lith.Race—Six*and a half furlongs, Gov. G.t'igg" 120, (Burkholder) 8. 3 and ,8-5, first; Bessie Browning 104, (Mc Dermott) 6, 2 and 1, second; Reform 109, (Patton) 30; 10 and 4, third. Time, 1.31 :j. Oracle, Prompt,:Nant ticket,Glover Vendig. New South,TIiddenite, Gould, also ran. Sixth Race—One mile. False Pride Oil, (McDermott) 4,8-5 and 4-5 first;('uba 105. (Patton) 8, 3 and 8-5, second; 'Bar betta 105, (A. Dorsey) 8, 3 and 8-5,third, Time, 1.52]. Earne, Candelabra, Fero over etc., 7 cions, C'ozette, Bello ran. if Killarncv, als < Seventh Race—About live furlongs. Beau Bnilnniell, 111, fMel leruiolt) 10,-1 and 2, lirst; lhissman, 114 (A. Dorsey), li, 2 and 1, Second; lid. Murphey, (Patton), 1((,4 and 2, third. Time i.05, Sira, Meadows, Grange Camp, I'.elle Washington, FimiwaL r, Queen of JJel Haddock Points. Big 1 it/, finally has ji good race horse. | lie bought Barit one I! tor $212. It is more than likely that he in Baltimore. M Wan I ley lost a sweJVr on Ids pet Oracle, lie intends to turn him out for summer. will race him Johnny Dwyer won a good bet m Filii id, but he lost it all hack to Fa he thought he Would win sure. Plunger Flundfieid fell by the wayside yesterday, as lie never cashed a ticket. Word eilines from Charley Patterson's fast lilly, .May Hempstead, "has been in jured severely through colliding with a runaway horse that was miming in the opposite direction to May Hempstead. The runaway struck the lilly in the I shoulder. N'o bones were broken, but it J is not thought that May Hempstead will start again lor gome time to come. Eighty-eight head of trotting bred I .horses wore sold on the third day of i " uodard &. Shanklid's sale, at Taxing to " vcfte'-day for Siil.OiSo, an average of j$[pj. r Ih 3 top price was $oG0 paid foi Ximena, b. m., l.'i, Nutwood, dam l.a j by Cuyler, sold to Ashland \\ ilkcs i "Will" Wallace's three-year-old colt, Hampden, is ill at Memphis wit h pnen mohia. Various Pointers (iatherwl From ! I tv. c. Daly Inis declared from the Washington Handicap the four-year-old Bil'ali and tlie three-year-old Aurum. Daly's horses will he* shipped to the Hennings track next Monday. "Snapper" Garrison contemplates go ing into the insurance business and giv ing up the race track. According to reports Ornament has been played down to II to I for the Brook lyn Handicap. Ben Brush, Tillo and Dr. Catlett are the next three choices. (Iff (he Turf. SKIT DEFENSE; OTHER SPORTS Resume of the Latest Happenings in Athletics—Indoor and Field Doings of Interest Here. | SELF DEFENCE. Midget Glynn is training at Totten ville, Coney Island, for Ins fight with Casper Leon. Joliny writes that he is in line shape and expects to best Leon. ! On account of Roster and Dial not | being able to get a license for hag punch ing exhibitions, our Jack Daly knocked out of a $500 a week job. is keeping himself in good condition at High Bridge just outside of New York city. was Jack SuAsi. New York's boxing clubs are waiting fur their licenses. Bonner wants to fight McCoy for the middleweight championship. Gnus and Smyrna have been matched to box at Baltimore on Easter -Monday. Jim Corbett lias branched out as an owner of Thoroughbreds, and expects to race in tlie East and West. Dixon and Earnc are to box six rounds in St. Louis this month. as a John L. Sullivan is to he ception at Boston on Monday. Billy Kochford and Jimmy Barry are to box six rounds in Chicago on April,l.S. Danny McMahon is to box ten rounds with Hiram Goldstein as a preliminary to tlie McKeever-Matthews contest at Cleveland on April 12. Although it was reputed two weeks ago that Kid McPartlami had bought the light-weight championship belt, which was formerly owned by Jack Mc Auliffe, at a pawnbroker's sale on the Bowery, McPartlami claims that he never bought the belt nor did lie authorize any one to buy it for him. The story, McPartlnnd cla ms, started by some person unknown to him evidently for the putpose of mak ing his friends behove he laid plenty of money. given a re W&B IVter Jackson says that if Jim Jeffries does not let him have aiiothc intch he will go to England and settle down to business in liondon. Ja ' sou has re ceived many offers to opei , t tool for boxing in San F'rancisco, hut thinks that he can make more irroi/'y on the other side. I'rank Flavin, the fatnor < Austral ian heavy-weight, writes fivn tlie Klondike that he expects to be in Montreal next month and may visit New York and look up sonio of fils old friends. Slavin declares that he has been very successful and is in good health. Bob Deady still thinks that he will get tlie McCoy-IIuhlin fight for Athens, has sent off articles of agreement, offer 75 jkt cent, of the receipts for a fight be tween the two on April 2(1 or May 2. The California matchmakers arc expe riencing some difficulty in brining Sailor Tom Sharkey and big Jim Jeffries to gether in the'ring. Austin Gibbons is evidently a hack number, considering his showing with Matty Matthews. Jini Corbett says: "Jim Jeffries will never he a fighter, Sharkey is a quitter, McCoy is not sincere." All of which Corbett might have said about himself, and' no one would have disputed his truthfulness. Creedon ami Tracey are training near Chicago, for their bouts with Stiit and Kverliurdl. Alt inquiry to Steve Brodie: "Steve, air ye dead. If yo air, spake, if ye air not, thin for ever hold yer pace." The Olympic Club, of Sail Francisco, has matched Pete Everett, called "Mexican Pete," to meet Jim Jeffries iu a twenty-round contest before the club on tlie night of April 2fi. o C. 28. of A Cleveland Club lias offered a $5000 si imetinnw purse for a 20-round contest bet wen .lad; Italy and Kid Lavignc, the winner to take :40tMl and the inter $1000. Tlie con test w ill take place gome time in May. Charley McKcever and Matty Mat ti cws wi.l meet in a 20-round contest in < 'levelaml on -April 14. DIAMOND DUST. Philadelphians are giving Manager Staliings much credit for the tine new players he has secured for the 1'hiilies' team this year—viz., Fifield, ftonahue, Murphy, Dugglebv, I'latt, Jameson, Hick. McFarland, Fisher, Douglass, Cross. Iilverlield and Abbatsclilo. There is a wild Western flavor to names at least. < j'tiakervilie is also congratulating itself that all the rough and uncouth element lias been "weeded out, abso lutely eliminated, cleaned out.'' When the season is over next Fall Slowvilic may think differentiy and wish that there had been a few Taylors, Careers, Clemens, Turners, Dowds or Crosses on the team. Pitcher Nichols, of the U istons, is still outside the breastworks, lie is in New Orleans and refuses to join the team until his demand for an increase of sal ary is noticed. Pup An-: n is confident that lie will seenre the necessary $1 <30,000 in time I buy the Chicago Club, on which lie has an option. Baseman Decker, of tlie Chicagos, will not manage tlie Omaha team, as has been reported, for the reason that the St. Louis Club will not waive claim r<» him. .1. \V. Wagner's saloon, No. 7 East Fourtli street, will ho the place thisswm tner where ail the sports will hang out This is because Mr. Wagner lias: made arrangements so that lie will get the base ball scores by the inning, horse races and other sporting news. As this will be tlie only place in town where people will be able to hear a full account of all sporting matter, it will no doubt prove a very popular resort. The North End Base Ball Club of this city is now open to receive all challenges. Address Sporting Editor, Sox. Tlie boys trying for positions on High School baseball team are nil show ing up well in practice, and it will be very hard matter to select the team and do justice to all. The Goldey College baseball club will start practicing next week. This school will have a very strong team this year. The Eeason'has not yet begun, still pugilistic instinct of "Mttggsy" McGraw of the Baltimore Club, lias already serted itself. During the Oriole's stay Savannah and whim playing in a games there with the. local team, Mc uruw has become mixed up in several brawls on the field. Ilis latest argument was with pitcher Herbert ot tlie Savan nahs. There were several blows struck and the scene was anything but elevating to t iie diamond. The Pirates have been greatly bene fit ted by their stav at Little Bock, Ark., | which place they left on last Wednesday bound north. All tlie players arc in cellent condition, and are ready to open the season right now.JgjttNft*-' Now that there is a possibility of An son buying the Cliicag 1 club, the "old man" is claiming even ing in sight the Colts, as was his annual custom This is his latest: "If I get con trol of tlie team 1 will surelv land the An years. club one-two in the pennant race, soil never was bluffing, either, when making these statements in previous years, and was always ready to hack them with the long green. A despatch from Hot Springs says that the Indians' batting order will probably be:—Burkett, Wallace, Childs, McKean, Sockalexis, Tebeatt, McAlcer, to he fol lowed hv th e bu ttery McGraw is authority for the statement that Corbett is the only one of the Balti more quartet of "hold outs" who is kick ing for more salary, and that Jennings, Rellv and Keeler are holding out simply because they don't want to go South train. Herman Long, of Boston, says:—"1 look upon Bobby Wallace as the wonder of the League. To take a man out the pitcher's box and make a star third baseman out of him in one year is record never before equalled or even approached. With another season's ex perience Wallace will outclass McGraw and Collins." CYCLINU. "Jimmy Michael will never be a jockey the longest day lie lives," said Dave Shafers, the midget's manger, yesteiduy, "and the people that are keeping him down at Gravesend race-track, filling him with the idea that lie would be tlie wonder of the age, know that as w ell as Ido. The whole secret of the thing is that tlie lacing people know that the bi cycle business is hurting their game, and they are only too anxious to break it up. Tliev would carrol all the bicycle men— Bald, Taylor and the rest of them—and agree to make jockeys of them if they thought that could hurt the bicycle game." This year tlie middle distance races are likely to take precedence over all in popularity by will compete. reas in of the riders who Michael, Linton, Jaap Eden, Cissac, Edouard Taylore and all the best middle distance riders in the world. The possibilities of Michael, Linton and Eden are well known. It must not be forgotten, either, that we have McDuffee, Starbuck and a few others. Linton, for three weeks, has been training at Charles River Park, Boston, and reports coming from that quarter say lie has shown better speed, if anything, than last year, when lie swept all' before him in Europe. Frank Boyle the fast bicycle rider of this city lias been training at the Y. M. C. A., gymnasium all during the winter months and when the season opens lie will he in the beet, of condition. Frank lias proven himself to he a verv speedy hoy and this season will no doubt see him the first over the laps in many a contest. Boyle will start out sidetrain ing as soon as tlie weather permits. J. Frank Starbuck, of Philadelphia, and Edouard Taylore, of France, were matched yesterday for a paced race at twenty miles, to take place outlie Wil low Grove I ruck, Philadelphia, on May 28. This w ill be tlie first outdoor middle distance race of the year. Major Taylor's debut as a middle distance rider will be watched with a great deal of interest. One of the longest bicycle paths in the United States is to bo built in the State of Minnesota this summer. It is to run from Summit avenue, St. Patti, to Lake .lad; to con Mat in Minnetonka, a distance of thirty miles. The path will pass through beautiful country, and will lie a popular route with cyclists of the Twin Cities. A 'German lias invented a new method mr testing the balls for use in cycle hall. The bulls are rolled singly down an inclined plane, drop on a rteel block, and those.which rebound overall adjustable gauge into the box are deemed of the right quality for tt-e. . (. Funnel; and E. Somers, two ( let eland riders, intend making a novel experiment this ride ten consecutive days, alternating one bicycle, with the intentii ing t wen tv-five new There at abso When that on still New team sal summer. They will Oil if ci.ver centuries within that Jackson, t he negro rider, wlm made sui-ii a renutation with flume black and white tandem a couple of years ago, has beaten out Major Taylor m the trip abroad, having just lauded at Paris with flume, prepared to give tan dem exhibitions. the 1 heiv aro various kinds oi men who ride a w heel. Outside of i he scorcher,or the one who will ride himself to death for the sake of making a record, is the one who starts out to reach a distant point, and, no matter whether he is in tit condition or is fatigued, will not give up until his determination is satisfied. | The direct opposite to this kind of rider is the sensible cyclist, who doesn't believe in overtaxing the physical powers—the one who rides judiciously and knows when to stop. This class can be put down as "pleasure seekers." T'red Titus, who has not been classed very high the last year or two at middle distance bicycle racing, is to try it once nmre, and will nice under the auspices of the American Cycle Association. will to has will has that claim East out 1 made base races will the account doubt this the show be a and will school the McGraw as in few Mc several Savan struck There is much talk of the "booru order about electric pacemaking chines for bicycle been, however, no actual importations. In Europe and England the mileage records established during a season by some of the road riders in this country create wonder and admiration. The mileage credited to J. II. George of Philadelphia, makes tlie foreign wheel man stand aghast. Said an English wheelman; "I know what it is to ride 10,000 miles in a year on the old high ordinary with solid tires, hut to (L nearly 100 miles a day, winter and sum mer for a whole year, is indeed a terrific task to undertake, and if accomplished will hardly ever be attempted again." ma races. There have <* FOOT B TIL. The Warren foot hall club will hold a meeting today, when the hoys will elect a captain and manager for the next sea son. As Prentiss and McDannell have each held the captaincy of the ham a number of years, a new man will be elected. The Warren foot hall team will lost' the services of Clint Garret, tlie plucky little quarterback this year. At the election today hoys think twice before volt cast your vote fertile cap tain. Be sure yon have a man who won't lose iiis head, is quick to act and thoroughly understands every point of the game. Then drop your ballot. Mr. A. W. aelak, who so successfully managed the team last year, will no doubt he selected for that position this year. And a better man than this one would he hard to find. bene Ark., ex open An "old for for con the An when hack that fol Balti kick simply to of third is a even ex MISCELLANY. The orders of Keene Fitzpatrick for Yale's track men to stav in New Haven, Conn., next week are the most sweeping ever given by any Yale track trainer. They include keeping more than fifty men there. The candidates will train at the Yale Field twice a day. The list em braces practically the entire Yale track team. The training table will be started on Wednesday. Yousouf, the Turkish wrestler, who is to meet McCormick, of l'hilndelphia, on Monday night, was introduced at the Arena Friday evening. The Turk says he will lay McCormick down gently "just like a baby," so as not to hurt him. Yale expects to beat Harvard in their dual games, hut thinks Pennsylvania will again win the intercollegiate cham pionships. Howard C. Henderson, a Philadelphia athlete, says lie ran fifty y .ids ori the ice in 5 1-5 seconds, am! is open to meet any man in the world. The Board of Governors of the Amateur Athletic Union will meet in New York, on April 15, to discuss the registration question. The New England delegates says they will try hard to have theohjec tionabie rule killed. The death is reported of Major Mc Kinley, one of the best advertised Great Dane dogs that ever lived in this coun try. He won first prize nearly every time lie was shown. jockey Dave him filling tlie as is bi and up. they The twelfth game of chess for the championship of America was pla veil iu New York yesterday, Pillsbury defeating Sliowaltcr in twentv-five moves and win ning the match. Tlie final score was: Pillsbury, 7; Showalter, 3; drawn, 2. The wrestlers are getting to he as big wind-bags as the fighters. Blow, blow, blow , is all we hoar from Yousouf and Roeber. are in who Jaap all the It we few A Catcher Signed. Yank titnlitli, of this city, lias been secured to catch for tlie Waterbary, Conn., team. been say of M. lie see a at a the run Christopher Soley, while working in the Harlan & Hollingsworth Company's foundry, had Iiis faee badly cut. Lucy (i. Knslburn, nf Liuon, 1M.. is tlie guest of Mrs. A. K. Tavlor, of this citv. The l'usoy & Jones ('<>., Harlan tA Hollingsworth Co. uml llilles A: Jones Co. jut* working on machinery for the diiPont powder mills. Hon. James L. Hughes, Inspector of Public Schools of Toronto, Canada, will lecture at Friends School Hall, Fourth and West streets, on the subject "Influ ence of tlie Kindergarteners on Higher Education," on April 'J. .1. R. Maxwell, of lids city, regis tered at Eagle lintel, West Chester, o Friday. Olio-fourth of IMIS bus passed into his tory. A number of members of the Hay makers' Assembly, No. E21, of Marcus Hook, attended a Haymakers' celebra tion in this city last evening. Miss I'fiie Davidson, who has been visiting friends and relatives in this city, lias returned to Elkton.