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A CLOD . . i Hit Thorpe in tbo Eje. He nd Tirt f lh tUeeWlt!. it Seclig. Jockey -Chippie" Ray Hid i Good Dream. It Caoied Ilia U Wli Qnlte a Swell Bet n UtMt Goocip Aboil HerMa i Hrimi Otkr Mtun of Prwtmhly too wont stiianc-evat iatak of tko -r la Ikla vh-lrrtty ss I Ik fourth rae at l-aierna yeelevday. Tiwn war mi starter la thla raco, and when too winwsr wsnt under tko wtro tfca lax bar of iko badly ttrd out sound e ant yet la the atatemaih prds. Tkoro waa aa murk daylight be weem eweh of tko Mb ftvere ao there waually la between too wag-sna la a pared of a lon-coat cirrus. Argentina, from Torn McDowwll'c ataAia, strvwd-eegiet kor Seid In hollOW faohlelh II wasn't va a rare for kof-ado4. It aun t M a geait aarotao romp. Oft kith Ika faJl of th BS took tha Wad. and without orar being a 1 1 alidad aha In a rom man rinlir by eight lengths. AriwKnt Mau l open ao tko fa-ortte. bom Hrewn dM-hey -legged eraek. toil Amartro, oo Ika fanry of tko wlaa dlrtalon al Iko atari. t-kiopaa Hay. Iko )orky. wko la M aiao a traloa, kaa tkwit af MeliowaU'a airn Doajto llaao durtna Tkoraday Mkl Chip" kod a draaat. la it bo aaw Araaa-llna In front at boy IWId. wlaalnT kor raea m a aaUofx Taa droaaa ado attck M raaaoioa I ho I 'X'blp. aftar ho had "oorkad and rut away" kla boraaa yaotay day ajtoralaa. ramo ovar to thla aldo of Ika rlor. -Chia" haa a frload ta lh botloma, a oelld buoiaooa ma a. who la alwaya Hilda 10 buy a ")okay llckal" wbaaovar ba fc laa a ood thlna Now. acordlnk to Iko Jorkay'a "draom doia. AratlBa waa a "ytp. " ' Jl laid kla twainaaa rrtond to ram I.OJ track witk kla apara waalik. and not lo boi anyikiii until ba aaw him ' IM I .)ut h anytkina alaa. but aava It all htr Arsmtlna. ' waa "l-hlpplo a" partlo mat rwrt Ion. Tha rrwwd ahowad up la duo I lata with ll.taai Mual ul It want un at to 1. and al Mal lima aha waa ! n I Tha Jockay (ni a fmf) hit" out of tha wlnnlaca. Naw ' l hlHr ' la laylna '"" anntkor draom. Txi vf tha otlirr four racoa fail lo fa-oriio oiMt two lo ouialaro. Cluolvo, ano al tn bmi ukI lavurtiao of tko work, waa in uf tha irurat rmdan aalanala af Ika Iaor Mna waa borkad from 4 lo A lo 4 lo pairrun. mada an awful maoa af It. Ha ilKtn i airoa know how to all still. Hm rhia would hava laawtan llanry of Navarro la waa boatoa a city Morb. Wkat Nart. "a Ki-to-l snvl, aol tha anonay. ua( ly, id Iho wranil raro, Waa navar bottar than T to lu. Mas waa Jwa aa vood aa tha taioat thought. Tttaro waa nuthlna In tko raco to vtvs nar trout a. Mho won without fcokas; oa toniad. Aa nna a lot of ranlnaa aa ar aocapod Iho not -of tha d ratrhar farad tha flaa for tha loal raco Tha talant had a hard lima aa-unna? out wko thy would mako faaorlto. n iit.unl of a tip lhay llnally aat Had oa Mal llraon. and kald Mm at lo 0. Tko bol bo rwwld do waa to awt tha ilaeo. Kalt-tan, a f-to-1 rhanrr, won tha raco. wwa a bawiMlful day for rarlnaT and tha MMhlaxa waa vary ! Evorott, wko la foal taTa4otlna Into ona of tha baol llaht woirhta In iko Moat, rarriad off tko )orkay himura. a ro. Argrnlino and Kalktaa. Tlaa tiwb waa still alow, but If tharo la no annro ram by tha It ma rat-Ins; oaona to-day ft will ba In ahao fur faat work. Tka awmo at latunla la Impruvlnc risit along. Yaa-larday tko botilna was nrot tlasa. Taa rkaap latar want ovar a all-fur W4. rourao for a star tar. L.ury loo waa a lukowarm rhosro at 3 to I. Bona and iim an.i Minaiat 4 to 1 aorh. witk to B Ika othora. Mot bar of IVarl ekowod tka way for a etooa bunrk I ha first tkrao fur-kw. whoro Klnalat lod Into Iho strotch, only lo bo ovarhoulad by l.ucy loa, who want on ami waa oaslly by Iwa lanatka, wlih Chaartn thlr, Ju nths bahlnJ Klnalot. Tlma I.IT. Tko souons ravo waa an slavsa-sla-laanths daah fur Iwo-yaar old nillas. lal fly waa litatallad a a-to-3 faorlio and haM har owa Ihroufbout tko battlna, Whlla 4 to 11 lo I waa about tha othara. Taa fair start Ovarlht waa krat to show Tad lad a rlnao boarh for a ojuariar. whon My want lo iko front aad won la a Hop liy four lrt(ths from L4Jlr Uratiira. wko waa two lana-ths bofora Eat -No-Ho-ina, third. Tlrao 1 :1IW. Tim ihIM raf-a waa a mila dwak. K lias Its Was lha rhofc-a. sjtd horkod from lo ft to w to in. i.urra and Mrmosnbor Ms had a followtaa at a. Whwi Nail n. Cycloao lu, with t to l' to I Iho othara. H.awmUr Ma and l.ufrw aad aa para maaaro ta tha turn for homo, whoro Waal Nail rwasa away aid won In a as I loo b slarhl b-nalka from Kama aabsr hla, who Waa nai naiora i.urra. third. Tma I rlaalaf 4 wao a mlla-aad-oavon4y-yar4 asn, witk sail Mia allarkmanta. Arrant Ina as (h oaat vhoico. ami hoc had from t la t ta K loily A markka was a lo B. ML Hal-ooa la to . ortth and ll la I tko othora. ArroiiM nmhad to Iko front and aMdo all lha runialna, wlanloa In a ffmilop hy siaM lanatho frn loilr Atnartro. who waa two sana too sororo wt. itsiona. third. rma-l:t Tko BnaJ was a kso-fuHontf daah for aswtii iwo-yaar-ukt rails, llaaol til waa lha rkuk-o of Iho public and harked al f lo k Imoklo lummy kod a foUowlaaT at IS and t lo 1. Calculator waa alsady al 4. Kalltaa aad Arasjla a sack, with JrO a4 ha ta 1 Iko otk.r two. Kali ion aad Haas Or. i a raaad Ilka a doubts loam la Iko lorw far kosns. wkora Kalltaa draw away ana wo aaaiiiy ay tnroo laruitka r Oraaa. who lasted lona snouah to I ftwra rao a kalf laafth tor Ika placd. LA TO 111 A GOSSIP. A lylaux elod of dirt almoat put tba boat JuTkey In tka Weet under tbo Syla feet at k IWkl of boraaa la full motion at Lalonla yooterday. Charlie Thorpo. tba Brack jock ey, bad a narrow eeoape from death. Tkorwo wwa up aa t-oublo Dummy ta hs raoa ysoioyday. It waa a lot af maidens, and. there waa noma t rouble at tha peat In kettlnc thorn ant. Finally tkey wore aoal away la a food alar. Before they had rone a huadred yard aaa af Ike her si a m front parked lap a aard clod In ana af kla blad foot aad seat it kytna backward wlik area I force. Tho flyta tnlaeUe hit Thorpe full la the faro. II struck with awcu rorre that Iho area! sweet h nocked owl of the eaw emd ho waa aluaaed and almost fail out af Iho saddle. Hla eye waa almoat knocked eut. and ke rode tho latter part of the raco without hnowintr whoro bo waa roan. Tea psiavutea after iho raco Ma rtht eve waa Has ua fearfully. There ia a ba lump above I ha eyebrow. He called an a phyat- eaaav who, after an anamination, aald thai he did at think Thorpo would ka a bio to rhte lo day. Thorpo err art to rtdo to i Ua pleer. Itepe I ill make a Brest Hla eiw- teced iho l-stoaua Autvma HaadtaMvp. and ckartte hopes to be able la ride la tho Stake. Mora money waa takea eat at tha fop-aim hooks at Latanla yesterday an Abuse . la the last raoa al Ideal Park than haa been hast aa aay etaaie raea at the aroesat nssotins;. AVH tna ntnaujors aad Mak roll kt tha ovwr-tbo-rlver track seamed ta have awa up tnetr sieevee aa a oo4 Ihlnar. Tho track price waa at 3 to a. Befare the botrlaa; bewan Fred DrniUkrd. who doee tho bet Una lor tbo syndicate people of C'ht- vsjo teat si.-", wna t aania oouiacar ta aw oa In Ike nrot battles; Then Marsh kid-Veaa hot tLeiu all 11 Beh Tucker put oa eVi A nenwpaper man thaa has i ai for a friend Thoro ware two other la . - . ... - . - " - - --w eeie. ano ima ino rewuiar Play followed. Moaaep liaii threw ah tho three nlaanos ll wewt oa la batchao of 3 ft lee and hundreds. Abuse wwa kret la tho et retch by vw tract ha wad wan Ike race, "pullrna; nmu by thai dUMaaoa. It ia eatlmaled that the terete a book test about I1D.IAM on the race, " Tkora wtn be aa bwpreeamaat ta the rams kt LAtaaxa nomt week. The Bt. Laait track wtn clams to-day. and nvaay af tba h peon, booh aaakera aad Jockey who have wean rafi.f at tna namt tvlty WtU tne ever-tae-tivor track. bar bad imp. afetber af rear! hotUod up far a gaod thine. Just before the harass wont ta tha peat Judco Carter reoolvod a lalaaiam frwm Ideal Park. It 'Mother af Peart booked here In the foreta-n book fi am 13 lo I down ta S to 1 Henry C'xeT la at lively rate at k ta 1 s'lu-a the race." In the Lalonla rinc Mother of Prort only received k Bcattennc paay. rtr roat prarw waa 11 It I. KSMai, Cot off la front w rMk the aood thine, ran aeoood belli untlaa Into the SU-evo. aoJ aeoood ua thea died away to notbtiuj. ' Hard lew as are felt ajuack thaa almaot aay plaaa a aa wail an kU ethar folia' a a raoa trust Tha yaskaya. af. tba caasa. have Ml tke iIwk There arw Jaaki3 with unpaid uta for bmm kaata aa gity black. One ef tho aramlnast kntgkt of Ike pljrshtu at L-(Mil rnf4; turwed weer a fist of xiiWi for eotleeiiow TIM lotsl vw lit doUsr over 0.ii Wkm a )vkT baa ever Ca.bsi a Ma books for mounts. It . bl lhat ww mi Iwrdw I haa Uwf have ever bwea tattle Mlko jockey fram tke track. Mlko . Is aad caa lido at 73 for Iho lo was op ail of his bill f ..133 ..IXC ..III ..Is ..13 ..14 UM ik. hi tbo wtt of only 1 "oars ala. LAT01IA HAOIS. Ho om not Intend loot Ma creditor anaS forget thai they aro Indebted to Mia. Mlko pave aa order for biliheade la other day. TTee-y are 'dene no" la letters sisnool aa big aa too fe.-bT hi boo If Mlko to la tko Jockey Beat aw year ta rwen aad a oar, be will not be abas Hills' Dowohaa pw a owotl bat on kla horaa Mats tko at kor day. Tbo aalaaal ran atark a tad raco that Italy dotal mlasd to atop rarlns hiaa asj tka kat aad aaaka a tlaabsr kappa r awt of fclaa. Taatarday arrtaasT ka twoi Mato owt to sc hoot hlaa oswr ika Jumna." Tha Orat hurdla that tha horao a i amp tad waa too much for Mat. Mais not air foil, put ho hnorkod down tha kur-aio aad part af M rati on top of klm. It took ll.raa m to (vol Mo to frosa andsr tka w roc bad burdlo. Tfca ala is la Fay Co. 'a hook aw tha llaa t 1st font a waa lurnad" ysstsrday. and U ba for aomo days ta earn a. Mr. Hsory t shmoir. ano af bha bia- ptockkoldora IB Lav taBb aad Uaksrr. ta tnlsrsotsd la Fay Co s book. Toatarday Mr. Wafcaaoff rs-eolrad a UMfrus frosa Now Orisaaa eaa syia fha sad Istaliisiaoco that hut llttko tkraswysor-old daua-hlar ha4 akod auddonly. Johnalo Kay, out of nspact to hla partnor, aHt aookinc. aad will ao w-rHs anotkor Ucfcot usitij aftsr tko faasraL wklch will occur boh Monday mornlruf. Tha r Of Iks III I la rriUd will ba brought to Lauta- uas lor locaTSjaonai. t'aabroOa BUI MrOaLrsa'a Joeboy. MorrV oa, la hot adlowod ta rtdo at T-'-t-H. aa tha kllot-oa araunda af laeoaMpotancy. If thla mBf la ta bo follawad atrtctly. how la N tnat ratnrood ta alaa ta hold hla )oa? Mas radiosT on Iho alr-UaTK farorMo. Kluatvo. was -soaMthlna a area raUrr-iad ohowad honao hta nasi lo Vorykad. Ha daoamaa "rT- T"h hlorrb-oo. aad OOusJa I rld orss If bo mod. Msnry McOaalsla. tbo wsll-luaawa tralaor, arrlvod at Latonla from OC Uouaa ysstsr-day. Msnry roporta tha aw ma vary ltsht la Iks Mound CM jr. and that a aura bar of tha ownara from lhara will coma Kara la rasa. amons thatn W. w. thArdao wlih Ala-oi mai Iho root of hla atrtn. " Jakla Mark lain haa throo yaartloara at th4 Kawport track. Ona of them, by Sty Dixon aul of I 'harry Blossom, la lha appla of tha i-Markstreaster's sys. Jakls yratsrday rafuood an offer of law for thla yrarimc. rmbrotla Bill MrOulaaa haa mada appll-catloB ta tha Board of Appoala In ratjard to hla jochsy. It wlU ba rams an b rod that Morrtaon waa barrsd from rtdlntT on tha rounds ot Incompetency. 'I don't aea bow tho Judaea caa boap a boy from Mdlna; on ay other (round than fraud." paid Mo Oialcaa. "Inooaapotaacy ahouVda't ba naua-b ta bar blm. If It wars, ovary boy aaw radlac at tbo traok would hava boon baxrod aaT at aaa lima ar aaotbor. Thoy oan't haaaaja araaoloat without practice, and If thsy aro barred off bow ara thay to leara? a novo no oesiro 10 opusss tne judsTea. but I think Morriaon baa tha maklrur of a rood jockey, sad I hava mada aa application la tho board of Appeals. I think nader tha rules that rhero ta no way of kaoploa' hiaa irom naina. Rupee's vicious boala almost owt aa and to tho aatatenoe of a stable boy la tko pad dock yaatarday. Jsaaa Lata, a atabla baad In lha employ of Henry Blaaona, got In ranca ot Rupee's latra. an! waa almost klllod. Tbia boras kicked him In tho rroln. Ha wad picked un by Offlcrr P. J. Rrowa. who kindly railed a carriers aad took tha Injured boy to nia ataoro uuaj-tera. Tha procranuna for to-day la one of ttta very boat of tha aneoUntr and full of claaa. Tha drylnc track la bfinclnc tha cracks from tka atabla. There aro sis raooa oa tbo oard. Includlna; a tnlla aad a naif with 11 entries. Tha event of lha day la tha Latontk Autumn Prtaa. a handicap ataka for Uurao- year-olda. Eaatla 4k Lau-abls's aTmat pair, "lrat Mata and Boa HoUaday. start. While they must bo coupled ta tho bottlrur thsy aro trains in dirrerent ataolea. and tne trainer of each la anatoua to beat tho other. Hs.m- Iro, Nlmrml. Haa moo aad Harry McCowck ara tho ol her saartera. Kvery horse la It looks lo bava a c-hance, aa Secretary Hopper has adjusted tho wei frits with hla uaual hill. Tha aeonrtd raca. a mile aaa a ruriona. haa aorh food anew ta H aa Aoe, Ida flck-wark. 1 loose. Haul Pry aad Jbart. Tho third raco la a handicap for two-yoar-olda with a raaiiav stake neM. InrlodlaaT WkHo rrost. Lord tVenL. Traallaa. Brmau. Ooaton and Taluca. There la a ell-fur ton- raea, tha fifth, with auch aDrtntera aa Batsuma and Tartarian romtnc toaothor. It as a ai tot card. Oarlnp; to tho ten arch af tho fraiams tha krat raco win wo oaiawa at a p. aa. 8am Humbla. tba noted detective of tha Columbus (Ohio) force, who haa boon spending part of hie vacation with hla friend. Jockey Charlie Thorpe, will return home to-morrow. For eevsraJ Years "Pl" was tho ofllclaJ detective of tho Western and 'Southern ctrcialt. DurlBaT hla official connect aoa with tho race track people he msue hundreds of friend a, and a very ona of them la pleaaed to know that ha ta now rated as one ox the Boat. ny- anon an (no Coiled altalee. ec rotary Hopper had tha harrows at work all day. but tkey did not succeed In However, tkora wall bo no dry streak to day, aa lha aua aaa wind wui ao inotr worn. caualaar tko track ta be raat. Tbara waa to hava bean a rem fa ran ca ba Iwoan k eommlttaa from tba Tart Coo areas and a committee from tha Horas Breeders Association al tba clubhouse at Latonta vea- tsrdav afisraoon. but throuek some attsun- deraundloa in regard la Uto data lha aoaa- mitieo uf bleeders aid not eUAtarlaUM kaa no ansellni waa bald. Kntrtmnnd Wdchtn KorTo-Day. ati IS4 Haiaa Wre ajf Came Lyle CJLtt klaniaauat La thaaavaa jrJt Msraulae .. Saws JeaUth C Battlna: three ewarters ef a mile W ta. 1 a... UA KMI Aanim . . . SB rjBT IJaaaea T taSMlTaleea a taisaiTrsslllo aiJQ Mertae kttt .. BT tWWTiIard Isatiauwaw leu wivut F earth Mace The 1 stasia Aataaaa Ptias and one etahtk aaaase: W'ts. .... rr UM Mottle Lea o as La Waada ....luit UlaeiL'aa lot s.rand K.na Oalllaa : ens aad one olehth mlieet kaAiam aa owltoai ia4Aee tea tamaiPwel Fry sJWI Ida FVekwtrh..lv4 aa4 Kabart loa Third Usee Two Coartera ef a Battel (ill lakevtew f.. awva Orar Kcuaso. . Ot BBS Bobalr V .lua llk II dCaol ....ll ite rwaL..H UMMasuJ 104 rsStSiRamlre IP! lliXiMiiaiH los acts Haa Holladay.ll U-aA Harry MaCe'k.loS UloU)rirat Mate.. .13 aaatin a Larsbie s entry. Firth Race Set 1 1 as: three eoartera of a Balls: (SITuislotiita BT tlusMiMMloa 111. ...! taiesai-llaaie B BT ICTlHiian In t.mii w hrata im ttut fc.-a Wlaaa tJOil Nat F r - math and a half wllaal t.rsttipheara . ... . ijri t Oaoaaaa .... aa r-atiy rwaianer .n aa riwImai Reomdy .loT nauw we Tsrunaa . . . .. I 1 'ed ina aaa Baiwima . ..lll lua Ware nriittaa; stieaia chase; at ant aaa S3aT Arlateemt Lord I .t3 pom rear ...XT 3M Vases Jim.-..! - Oa IasAowlav CARaUK LTLZ AHD UA WAJtDA. ' Am Aicn aatAitr. WM1TC FROrr ANO OACTOhT. : . AAT lit LARABIirc KNTKT AJMO BtMlWO. ATSL-MA AMD ROBINaOM. tTKCUi JIM AMD CVtDADOk On Ietruii. WARD AMD B. F. FLT. JR. V . 1DL3J nor and joam ooxbot. WUTTXaXXiCK AMD MORTKJt. TOt'M TRLLT AMD COOMOOtlT. PSTB KiTCMKH AMD UOHTFOOT. TMUtoa AND PAT OAXLTT. '.' " Oa 'Ideal P-rk. ritCAB. t - ' RXD katDf. CAXieONADkV MILUS M. ' Oat Bt. laawla. '' " ' - Mioorjjn. torn mart akt b-ri. cocnatAir. THI CH EsUarT. klaUOP KJC AMO LAXT HAMILTON. BA1T DUU, LACRkAT AND T3UDOFIA. AMBUIA MAT. TOPMAST A1TD ADOU AM AM. fkClk ARB. RATTt CDOCUC AMD PAkltk, ' KR. PKl.lJlaa ANO DA MUCUS. thi ncx or TH TISS Won Psa mt tka Bnreej kt Winds t. rarui tnrttei m yai ttiiah ' Detroit. Mich.. OrViber 1. Five faTorkea. four af thaa aad tha tsltat was k al 1 11 ir. Twelve a a 1 si I ao the basis m the Best raea. laarau D aa tar 4 bar Bete that aaa the bexa a( I Ha haw. Lactaoa, tee saoeoU fSa- mm I at Bvea, aad aw left at taa aoM . Tna favorite see la las last tier wade tha sa sou, but kkr i S A'M'eatar JUUI tealer ta, lot..... aun aaoa. mt peart B14T II ladaal annul WataThta. aiwa jw itat Meat ixt. a. . 'KewiaaS is Ma CD.SI IMI llifra . la Mf Kbarn Itellard 4I. n ...... tterby Maid (H. 1 ICyclnne tat. lo. ... fine iKInalra 431. aa lATONIA FORH SHEET. rowmtrrn day or fall ttcamxa or thx itotla tocxzt cur, at la- TOflA. KT-TMDAT. Oetobor la. laaa. Wsaikor Boa. Track alow. 3268. t7riCT poraa 3B-. tor, faor yaar aids T al SZil itary Uaa aa arsi hlnrw m. I sa nil ' "hasno 4, li4 1S4 ' A sa AW rfhMatllar 4. b jo ' i rvn aaaa tw.a.Mi f . p ai"T Ua Oaala , B4...I T U iHotkw af rt rliai.yTI i . s....i s Mar sad Weirtate. ra lt Fly. tea 77 SI4J Lilly aejwtriee. o. rco ratoa.Mapna, . . .1 a Z3f I Mies Kaema Ml. M.J i'J J a a hlrd (i. US,. T5 t. 4 I X t a rtrt IMueee 131, M I 4 1U jHamanl 4S. aW 'if fndaa S.TI ladaa MlurS (X), ua 112 iwe lay, aa. . . . . . . . u , fits rt era Welch Is. Kali tea. KJ3 Hsset Ureea, I "7. . FHm-K Ftmen. sub. . . I oo. la laomu. 13 M-maceaav-r. 1'W aia ijuniau. iva lAJwavens, wm 'Hsiarrs OHIam. loa. SMtlMoral User, tw 1 tw Peettleoe . h . a. r. v t l"a y v ' 4' 44 a ks s a a T l I t a aa la ia waa asalty. Faat kve mmata apesd m the Bret part aluanc for two yea aaiaa Fesltlons. i. W P 1 4 a s y i z'-, y l JfW, 4 4' as k k " J ? a KP la 1' ! t i t a i m . 4 4 4 4 T a S a M a a II lo a f T a f t a a lo II It ll lo l la ll 13 13 13 13 ia tart aod. Wiaa ssslly. Post Bra anrnuteax member Me was stofptna fsst la the last slakih. kaaipart. Masear. Hermtaia. in up bar Bald won aa aha pleased by three leaatha trwm Stark. Loeaeae and Rldea carried the wms ansa ay m tha ssrewd race, the former winarnc. Thare waa aothlnc to the third race but Tim Merpky. auad ho daf sated Challlebuard by few k istha. Tha fiiurth race proval a hat-tie eos-si baawaaa Vaor Truly aad John Carr. Tea are Truly clim d at T to 10 aaainat and secured Mae puree. drepMe the fact that Carr crowded her thruuah the etretch. Nina selllnc platera eon tended for the money ta the ttfth race, which proved a dump fur the talent. Paramount, at a to I. beatlna Howltna Oreea. Damaak. not aaUadad vtu her kret defeat In the ea-nlaa race, raaw out Mala In the cloaac event, la which ana rae aaosnd ta TutuiHa. Flrst Raoa Pnraa a-DC; aellinc: three eoartera of a mile: Lauretta D. 10X lbs. mweeneyl 4 to stark. Kit I be. lOoiewaodt a to 1 Lonahaas. IW4 Iba. (Kllntl 10 to I Time 1:17. Pete Kelly. 104 lbs. (Eaahrri 10 to I; Haaparla. Mr! lbs. tVanduaeni. to I: Huleert. 103 lha. tMlsalnal. l to I: Damaak 1U3 Itw. tBaau- champl. to I : lady Olson, 103 Iba. 1 Hanks), an ta 1; Liana, tuz ids. usn aw 10 1: asaiaao. a a Iba. tiJoe.ll. WUI; Julie UUr, UrS Iba. Umnni. 3) la I, finished as named. Loclnda, lot lbs. kwttl. a to I. left at post. second Kwa-hirw MOO: two-year-olds; Bvs rlrhlha of a mile: rs uis. lanuceri a 1. a Rid is. H Iba. 1 Flint 1 3 to 1 Mar i Chimes. Hat It. Roae S to 1 Time 1 NI4. Harry a ioh Ihe. (tunui. l to i : telsad ifuean. HO lbs. t Vanduaee) 18 to 1; Win- nots, lot ina. n. iravrri, on to a . v. raiiKims Duchess, luft lbs. tCordera. IMI, finished as omed. Third Race Purse $260; all aces: seilmc; three eaartera of a mtle: Tim Murphy. la lbs. (Beauchamp) Bven kumeboard. nu iba. f Vatewtlael 4 to 1 Cora sella, an lha. trtorwer) S to 1 Time 1 :ia. A lana, lor Rs. tOota a aua). T as 1 ; tMcnbuati. lutl lea. ICoeder). to 1 . Cydone. Ill . iPilnt). to 1: Wlchimaa. 10S lbs. tsoott), 30 to I. knlehed as named. Fourth Waee I eras nw; ten ymi--oas; tares uartera of a mile: - roars Truly. 1 13 tba. 'Sweeney) T to lo Jobs Carr. tuft aba. I Baa ox-hemp) 3 to 1 Billy Flarher. HH Ma. tr lint) 4 to 1 Time i:ioh. riyna, kw me. t vaonua.ni. a lo 1; aallas. 1UB Iba. KTlaavsr). SO to 1: Bra-bryw lUB iba. (Miss Ina). CO to L ttmsbed ss earned. rxrih Rare Purse czop; asuinc: nve and a ban furaonas: Parsmuunt. 104 lbs. (Vsndusen) ft to 1 Hswllna Oreen. loa rba. tBeauchampl t to I Austin, lot aba. ttaanits) slot Tina I :. EnKh. Ira rba. iptraus). n to i: Remnant II.. MM Ihe. iScott). to I; Hons rV-hoen-fesl. lot lbs. reorder). 4 to I: Nellie Bland. 4 lbs. I Dean). S to 1: Inauector Meade. Is) lbs. -tUate- wood). 13 to 1: J. W. Cook, 104 iba. iKllny. K to 1, nmsbed aa aamm. Hiath KAre-lluw MJJU'. allowances: oat mils: Tutulla. 1M lbs. inweeneyl 1 to 3 T l 1-1. MT lbs. tnonawr)." TO to 1 Second Attempt. D7 Iba. tUalewood) 3 to 1 Time l:r. rilirinsai. n loa. (pit. ue. iv . lelaar. IOC lbs. eUsrder). to 1. Alhert. 1US Iba. . ... . . . ... . J bl Ik. SO lo 1. flslahed as named. Windsor Kntrtea For To-Day. . Tirst Race FJevoa elsteenthe of a mile: Annie Sweet. La nana, itn earn; h. r. e ly. jr.. ive; Waaelaie. Fumhar. Wiht Mouatala. Bombard. 13 each; Lady .Lilac, Heaperta. Klnc Kenn, HW earh: Flrat Ward. 113. acia)d Race Throe a uartera of a mile: Windsor, Merry Saint. MS esch; Idle Hours. 101: Callle tiester. RaYormatloa. M each: Embryo, lot; Jsha tNmror. Aftersjun. Itst each. Third Raoa Eleven sixteenths of a mile: kky rilus. nnuttiecncK. wi eacn; aeorven. tjrocue, tola. Cyclone. Ruth V. Oomm. munauu, dlth, lua sees; Hardarsr. IiwmlrUcu, -Hallstgne, luft each. Fourth Race Three martars of a mile: ksaaksr. SS, Btaohalberc. Ma; utsjaiuussy, luu; MicKey, lt: Tears Truly, luft. Fifth Race one mile: Karl ef Maatross. 81m W. . Kate Kitchen, lev eaoa: usnasnoury;. dottoa Kins, 1U3 each; True raair, Mrs. Morcan, IJahlfoot. lot each; Breeoue, Lisrd Nslsoe, lut ktsth Rac Hteeplecham handicap: full enures: fat tassiey. m; tmoam, iss: Asniaaa. law; lew, saeaf sater. ua; Tremor, in. IBYUS Pat I'p a Very Bad Ride. srsciar. aiaraeen to ma asssiaaa, 111.. Oelober laV Ths poor riding of Joe-hey J. Irvlnav who waa oa the favorite, the Elktoa ktock Farm'e krowa boras Indra Is the I at Ideal Park to-day. lost him ths and 1st a kVo-l shot eapture the stakes. Irving waa evidently not oat to win. aa after the start be fstl hack ka fourth place and 1st Jersey A pot ef meaey went la on the favortts at S to aad 1 to 3. aad a coed atony Indtcnmat psopas tore ap their tickets after tka race. The arils aad aa eighth event waa an mtai saline e acuta, wko was ap aa P. J. Mllss's City loot, rod a Cne raea. hmdlnc lha eve starters to the three qua i aaa a. where WUey J ana a. who rods CaabreiMi, esswe wMh a rush and Sniahed Bret by kalf a tstsrth. Jade Denny was taird. 11 The siiamaa sveat an the cara, a wine auieentns a daah fur tws ysar peas aad upward, breuaht starters to the post, t'ncle Bimoa woo. Dr. W ood la ana Belle third. A asree Bead atari ad la the arst event. Thirteen lined up at the post. Nmlwa. a a-to-1 shot, took Thayer third. tssk; laria ham. tfal Iba. AF. J lineal Dr. riaamaa. lus ins. tDoraeyl stasis la tne last event or the aay roster nro.- aay colt Abase waa a hot favorite aad won la a lump. Jos Msnoinl waa sseood and Dantes third. A number of horses from latonla win arrive te-morrow. Cummsriaar Oil. LMnad Rats Parsa 3300; kve and a kalf fur- Kwva, lot Tba. fW. Ricks) Aaaaaaa. KS lbs, tW. Thy tort Hsttw Thayer. ST ba. W. Forbes).. I 1:1. Render. Lattte atve, Mary :ey. Ilaan.aa. cwider iml.l'a lert at lb peat. .. ta 1 .. 12 to 1 . . a to i pMlaaia. areat wwa I aaa half fur- 3 tot T as 1 a MaJw luu Iba, a Bedsnl twl tM. Ten-nte. i-vkpny. iter aacatiency. Why. Bajoaa asaa t7 Third Im Patm 330; one mtlel Jersey Led. T3 lha. U. Ostler). ....... indra, lu? tba. J. Irvtae) Rock one a. SB Iba. fW. Forbee).... mlieet I macaOa. .. as mi ... I aa 1 .. t to I iess aa. saaaveva. laasyj oast smsaaw aw aaa. Feurth Rata Fursa kaPB. eaa aad ana alahth Taota. lut Ihe. tNewoom). Jwiar Denny, ft lha. Dmey). Ftrth m. fW. Jnaiai kSe 3 Abes), MH lha. titer) Jos Maaclni. SS tba. Dantes. lol lbs. L Cniis) Time 1:MS- JmtaTs Baksr. His Hsvul and MUtale Millar asm ran. aoowt) el ft a to asft at ths aesc. Ideal Park Katrtea For To-Day. i I W I BO to 1 3D to 1 Martei T ' Ptrat Race Five etshtba ef a aalle: aeinag: kt-Ues: Tttlaaia Bail of NHee aad klaa Cham sera. B aack; Csetsr Eve. Muw Ames, lol sack; - Lana Prtacssa. luJ. Theresa fd, UC; Prsvldeat lo. - ta: iiaC Raoa Three ejwartsr af a mile: salting: lea. rraM jaueai I. iiai.na. ea awca luX: tattreawm. Piwrhherh. Maur II aaa : Mav OaJlanv IOZ: Abbesa. Deiure. SB each; Chalaage, FVoroaaaa. Osa.i - Haalesv loa. Third Rsee Half a mile: Holy Terror. S3: Don. tur. (.ncio tumocv. tut; Vlrsie Diaoa. rant me. tans, law Itn Lady Felrlaad, lancer, rep. ua each; Phiinmaas. The Rook. lAB) HI Henry. Rot Lochial. Ill each. Fourth Hace On aad a aewrter tnlla: handt- cap: cuiaim Iraa. M: Tools, pi: Plaksy Pst- Firtk Race Thirteea Btatsenths of a mile . " ai mim wesra. . Coaao. ci ii as. Bl eaoh: Cynthia H. BT "iw Sixth am. I os: Rnmhardim. tfrTl -''": Millie M. Far- Jsite. PC earh: "tsmI.i w. a leu. tnrrt, PT arh; Moatpeaee. De. Q. Sail Ross, leaih es uara. riunwoe p, St. Ixnlc WUI Not Oocw To-Davr. FBCiAk niapATcai to tbs nawenutn. St. Lsois. ka, October la. At the nrcwnt're. ruaat of the harm man tko Fair tawuMjiiia r mist has f naa.Hirit h ceaa tha arsasat lonahic mo the races ynn h ssnttnaad Tha new DabraneT twee trees- at waa ta A a stvassd to-morrow, be . V ksnwaap. au I itrtmut - - ' Cluaa. C. k. kvt C. konTI -I Aaoetie susbia PsytsaJ -t tuiueoye A Mniaas. .knttoaj k-1 r H. TTloaTaiaa SWlaaA - 11-1 W. M. Ursdiey T. Boiasj aVl l-t Hay tarvikaaa ...... aVstaarj 4-1 . 4-1 TA Virewo rMr( .-t f-J cwlhuM atsMe .... KaoO.ll 1A-I h- LoownUe ambhr ...Kvarettl JM-1 "J" J j JTh. klcAvoT Thorpe! aVl 1-1 W laser, h. t . hy Pwarkataa Tsarrlas kcrsiskedi MiaeJe ST Or. VI' T Tmii a i. Huffman ,..C. Reirr. T-l k. M. Hilton la-Mtaai VI - atabla T - lleresj lO-l Ins. i lisahurd hUaer Tkarue! 4-1 q71 FOt-RTI ".Arn aeniaa". poraa 30; for tkrae-yaar-olds aad over; 1 1 IHsrters wetahts. I Ot. V S M. F. ! Ara -n tins IL iki. asf 8 t I I 1 rmlir As'ica s ill; t s ! T aif (Pat Msltoy.Jr.tw.pri S aiT Irwitar ta. lua I a a a TXA Hrrresjal4. 1U 4 f 3 atanVund. Woo la a walk. Feast ve mlautas. aaaulae IL had tba Bead t Btart poud. vva easily, 4" 4- RonalsaT Fositloss 1 I l a ft. 4 a a T T a. l 3" a 4. F. 1 P a T Pust 10 mlnaiaa. TTlaner. Double Duanmy. slow to aet away, rma tmyraaalvely. Jorkeye. Owners. Jockey. S. K. Hoyhea Everett Marr A Mot'orUa..F.Russall C. U Blsckbora C. Mettfi BaahCoid Manor .... Thorpr Bahar a Gentry .Brnerrer Araras Stable. Thomneuo M. T. Daaaher nrrtcoi lo-l John Rea-aa N. Hurr a 3U-I Ived thai Ihe opentaa ha aatll nest itatardav. Thas news BattlBaT. -Battlna. T. Weaaasd Jr..Poael a-1 a- 1 J. Haffau . .. T. Bornef -l ' a-1 Talbot! Bus.: Fowler! 4-1 - t atsats Mane atabla. .C. Ratty la-l aa- I Jeplia Praa namuure; 3B-1 luu- I W. a. nmlth Tkompeon a-1 lev 1 W. J. Farter Fslrased. - -! K- H. BroamuaTh..,.Krerett JS-l Su- 1 Oak Hill Klsble Bibbs KM 1U- 1 i W. Thoanpaoa Haetno sO-1 lou. W. Perk Ina ......... Ailamai eo-l lou- 1 Arayle Btablr K aw too I ko-l lis- 1 wi.u, h a ba lea. rjatalver Briaerts. i-t Start aoud. WcnTla a eaJlup. Font ve mlaotae. U'laaer. b. f . byHlmrsr riletla. Toe mack a was ansae or aaw as itaanaa m the Bret port ef the awes. jasisant 3270. IRD KaCB-raras faea; for all aa-es; aaa amtt T-lo la- 1 4- 1 oa 3-1 : l-i l a-i s- - la-t es-l 4-1 Oat s-1 a-1 40-I 4H-I 4U-1 Hr- lBcoaapstsnt ride oa Elaalva. kcratchsd: TspWe, nlle aad aeveaty eVtUrwT . Ottan. Cl'o. Flaca. T. l MrOowetl Kveraetl 3-1 T- Out . B. Broara Perhlne T-i - T. Paster c. Rauri a-l l- f-a LMIevllle BtsJle...T. Huroai 3U-1 t"l T-l Miami Val. Btabte... Brewer! an-1 lou-1 1S-I Urn iter acaite ...Walkac, ao-1 luu-1 4U-I 'Winner, k. f . by Lonrfellow Betre d'Or. Ar- the Srst aesner. Hiian waa well ap tha krat half mile. FIFTH RACK Fares $3af. tar mslrtaa two-year aid eelta; five rurluoara. Tlaae1. Battlna . Open. Close. Place. s-1 T-l -l t- 3-a - a-1 I S-1 -3 3-1 4-B t-l 4-1 at -l a-l by Imp. Deceiver -l -l to do with the eateneloa vf the lueal meetlnc. Three favoritaa and a aretl-barked second cnotas scored fur the talent to-day. John U. kwlac. Carle Abb and Formal fell by tha wayside, to the toy nf the bonkmakera. neore C. Bennett, the Memphis turfman, eaptured a brace of purees with Dan Husar and Nina Louise. Dan HuseCs victory alanallssd hta retirement from the maiden class. He was eonsioered a mlchty poor proposition st C to 3 by ths bl pluncers. and even his owner refueed to back klm. It took all there wss In hlra lo defeat Tenole a head on the peec Teaole waa backed fur a suod thins, aad he ran the favorite to a standstill. An eUjhth out It looked like be had Dsn Husar beaten, bat Oarner put up a Brest finish, and Tenole stopped Juet la time to let htm win by a very narrow marcia. Burette Lelah's trainer. Frank Kelly, spruna a surprise on the talent in ths fifth mu-e when hla filly. Irksome, took Uncls Abb's measure handily by two lenaths. The son of Sir Dixon la a areat stretch runner, but Irksome hsd him beat all the way to-day. Forms I. In ths Isst race, was sent to the post a stronc favorite at odda on. but Battledore and John Htekey ran over him. the former wln-nlnc from Hlckey h a noae. with Formal eight lent ths away. Kt. Iuuls Kn trice For To-Day. First If see gfren elsiitns of a mile; seiUns: Dsw Drop. Earl nochran. Jos Hart. I04 each; Tom EV.more. Hush, CTterryalone. Hlbernla Queen, iilllr Jordan. Ban WaddeX Brahma. Davesac. Nkntnl. I US each: Keechler. Black- ina ttniM. iot each: (?i:ewell. I IX. Secosjd Race Three quarters of a mile; for two-rear-olds: Nannie L's flster, S3: O lady a II., Juaalts, Lady Hamilton. 1UO each: our Blah-op. Astrsda. Maddai. 101 each: Hill Billy. Ml: Fannie Brovt, Bishop Reed, 10C aaoh; The (Tvecn lei. ION. Third Race eleven sUteeathe nf a mile: all seres: Oella. al; Treopla. Nannie On, eV each: Harry Dune. 114: Laureate, luu. Fourth Race One mile: Amelia May. lOS; Addle Hurhanea. low; Topmast, lot); Madeline, lis. Fifth Race Ona mile; eel'lns: Little HI I He. Bat- tledare, Irmuje. st) each; Constant. Haroldtoa. so ears: r aat;, luu: t'noie Abb. un. B'.zth Race Three a uartera of a mile: aatline: all area: Lady Britannic. 77: Lsuwle Jean. Horse shoe Tuoarejo, in esch: Princess Bonnie. 70: wueen Kane, si; scorcher. t; t'asta la. On Hester, lot): Martha (lr-mn. 1U1 : 8t. Auaustlne, Its); John Dunn. Soundmora, lot each; Damo cles. lOT; iwileas, JUS. Morris Park Entries) For To-Day. First Race One mile: The Hwaln and Ameer. 122 eacn: lorn t mm wen. izu; ny. lis; Betteport, lis; voiiey. 1 lu. Oieiind Race Three qnarters of a mile; handicap for two-yeu-oadd: Voter. 114: Nana H. Ill Ludwlgshsfen. nlvlde snd Lady Mitchell. 110 each: rietfaet IMI. Miss Prtm. IOC; Xmsa. 107; HI Daddy. 108; Passover and Rues O. luft each: Axe re, tot; Ben Ronald and Tragedian. 103 each: Mohawk Prince, 1O0; Florida. IW; Tray-Itn. an. Third Hace Three Quarters of a mile; Bronx Handicap: Ootham. 1-tO; Mssisn. l.tM: Brandy-wine, lis; Oleamoyne, 133; Hawardea. VU: Lady Dlamood. 118; Royal Ruse, lot); Storm King. 10T. Fourth Race Mils and a quarter; Manhattan Handicap: Belmar. ISO: Mr Walter, 117; Kenan, 111; Ths Winner, lot); Dutch Skater. lOS; Ramlro. aa. Fifth Race Tares quarter of a mile: eeUing: Brisk. 113: Amanda V. lot; Golf. 100; Tre-marae, Bon Ami and Patrol, 97 each; Teader-nees. Juno aad Tanla. at each; Oraciosa. so: Karma. sS. klxth Race One mtle; handicap: Tom Cromwell. 1U; Howard Sana, list: Aural! an. Its); Merry Prince, lux; Cromwell. W8; Handspun. so; Bel le es; Ting, so; liaise M. tn; Tiiiiett. no. HOW THE POOLS SOLD. IxHihrrtHe. October It. Posts oa to-morroWs racoa sold at th Turf Bachaage to-night ss Flrat Raoa Tom Cromwsil. f 13; I mam, St port, as; Beta. sz. eosnd Raco Voter. 33B; Tragadtaa. CU: Bet Faat and Horn O, (10 eaoh; Divide and Bea Ron-aid. 3d each; Lady MKobeu. Mia Prim. Hi Daddy. Passover and Aaure, C4 ach; Mohawk Prtaoa. CA: Bald. (6. Third Race Ootham. 313: Olenmoyne. CM); Royal Koee. an: MaeTtaa ana Bmndy n In, as each; Btorm King aad Lady Diamond. C4 each; Ha-warden. C3. Fourth Raoa Da I mar. $3S: kir Walter, CSO; Keen- an. 1B; Ths Wanner. Cs; DMek Ckatar. fd; hamlro. C4. Fifth Rai-a Hk. 115: Treasttgo. 313; Tanas, CC; smanrta V. B8; Ooif sad Boa Ami. 3 asah; Juno. 33: held. BS. klsth Race Howard Maaa. 330; Aajrekaa. 318: Tom Cromwell. CIO? Daid. lo. First Race Carrie Lyle.310; Maroulae and La Oassugna. (S each: La Wanda aad Judith C. BC saoa; i m aad Mattl lm, te aack : Aald. $i. rcowd Race Ace. C1C: Ida ptrkwack, (10: Egbert aad rwal Pry, M eack; Booaa. Aim. a. Third Hace Whit Frost. 1S; Lord Zent sad Ro- -rraisiiax Broaw aad Mortis Tkllua. SA! B.UI U. Fourth Race First Mate, (2S; Ramlro, gSO: Bea Hoiiaasy. Cm: Harry MoCoocn. C13; llirmaa e; niaaui. e. Fifth - Raoa Herman. CU: 84 each; NUnrod. CC; Roots Ottaaae B, tt eaak; Bald. C3 JTWASr MEETTJO. ramAA MSPAfma r rwa Kattttnana. . Newark. Okie. October 14. Tke race. wlU taka ptae bars nest wash, are attracting a great eeal.ef attention all over this ami as. The a at lag ia givea by the Newark Drivkag Park AsaociaUoa aad wtn hsgtn Tuesday. P rentier So, aad eontlaaa until Brtdar. Octabee n taeiaaalve. Th purees are targe, the flee rut -ails giving VMS. with aa additional tlso U a IS W km taa tm m psos an sieu aoeuimaai m taa trot If 3:12 at ateau Some ef the fastest performers en ta turf have entered. The entry hat eontaias th names of Bads. Daa T. Ctderidge, ACrita. Pat L. Freddy B. Miss Ftnley, Judg String. Tommy Brown. Bright Light, Ktke Pewwrs. Hal Crsse, Tod Crook and ever loa stbara. Extensive prep-arathma are batng mad to make the nit wins ths hMjssst event of tbe kind ever claen ka Central Uauo. Nearly im hat sis have beea 8TARX Cr0UlTT.TS0T8. second days' fair sf tha Kaat- cra Stark County FafV .Hanrlallaa. owing ta tka sale. . The raea isasttiC aa foUew: Tbe 3i Tint -Perm 150: AtlaatJe, Jr., TsL g., by Atlantic, won ta straight haats. Rosa Redtren miuaid aad Lua taint- Deemow aa4 . Frauut Patcbea ala ate raat Tinea 2:2s. STyi. IW Farmers' Day puts mt SO was wea by Oypsy Maid aa strait-St beats. Daley. B. rinala Hal aa Wig asm startao. nuttmttw, 1TBEIQG8 TOTS IV ETQLAID. 7 m Ina. Otituhay 1C Fwwrh Wasaaraa kwra McBrtgga. won the CnaaliCsH Plata. 30S anvwr-skyaa. at Na s ai ifcst te day. k a awkt mt Bswr atSstsaaVj ;.- y-- --- -- ; - - ' BASEBALL 80SSIP. , In aU DTwbabilUy tba PlUaburg team- wtn da Its training at tke piae where taa Bads got' ta condltioa season before last. Patsy Donawaav tka maaager af tba Plttabayrga. tain wias; that kla ciuk had shout closed the oeaj for Ul FriacwU Park In MobU. Ala. Ue alas aijurgreatod ta Capialn Ewtag taat tn tba event tbe Bods trained at Vow Orleans ba would like ta arrauatra a aari af spring gumta between tbo km iky City team and tbe local team, rfew Orleans and Mobile ara only lfkl mflee apart, and a sa-rtaa af gaanaa batwwaa. tba two lewgwe ttims during tba, training : aea son might prove profitable. There is - ronaiderabie donbt about the Tteds going- South thla snrtnc and eves If tkey ao go U is bardly Laely that thry. will play Breather league teaon before the opening of the cbampiua-ar 't season. Captain Karing la oppoeed to ante-soaaoa gasnea hetwwea tea ma that are Urt,y ia tho amo chasapaoawo raco. "It t.i -e tho Mr oT too reai t.iina." a l,- .-I do not bDe U treL.ca t-i w would gat by ptAjuig aanul anoluar I so true ara would ha aatf aa ksmafW-taJ as wui but mar trmirdnc work, i won't aay that wo I not play lha PMUbwrwa If we re Sowth, I will nave ta cbaaaw nay mind caoand- retruaar erahty If eaneant to aack a s.rtas. Tha FlttabuvaTS and tho CMrotaada ptaywd las aeaaoa at Hot S acinar, and I am af tho ttntoa that hath teaaa aaOrrad by ot iaia Tha taaawtac playora ara natimad ta Maaaawr Baacroft ax tka H. aad D. Xhy pot at Tan to-muriow mm aim: Ckamneey T Flaher. Red - Eh-rt. Blr larte. Harry 4l . Vaujrtm. Utd McPboa, ChaHto Irarin. Baf 4-t-HoUklay. Jack Uayle and Chartie Thorpe. a no train aeavaa Jar AJaytea at m aaarp. cartia Thorpo baa ahawn an aa area In 4-1 pvueoca as I et""t ina paat taw osy-s vw MaBaawr Bancroft haa docioed la play hint as Bhortatop to-morrow at Eaayton. Many of tho .hoohaeo. heraemsa and trainer are kotew Vp to encouraare htm in his first ap- as a praft sslnnal bait player. - Morsna' Murphy la a dally vUltar at the races, and bids fair ta bo tba Riley Craa- ; i nat oa tna naaaaa I pmraeeaon. jeoraTaa puis oowa Bans that mama taa Dooiuca ran tna otuia. . ., No action will be taken an tha Reds Southern trip ua-.il tho cnnnal BMettaa; af the Dirwetora next naanth. It la officially sanawnoad that Flaber win pitch Ave tnalncs and Eh ret four In to-mor-roWs came at Dayton. Tkey will site mat ta tka box aad right field. Prestdcnt Van drr Ahe has twa suits for dams era poadlns' la the SL Louis Courts. "Der Boas' snanacer Is made the tarcet for daraacea for inJurWs reeaired by one af hia employea at tka "shoot tba chute. . The St. Louis Republic contains the foilowUuj aceount af tna eulta Cbtis Von dor Ahe yesterday filed an swers in the Circuit Court to two damage suits which were brought acalnet him some time aaw. One suit, for 33,l. waa broorht by the widow of Robert I ebcr. a boatman tha chute at riixjrtaman a Park, wko waa killed by n ckut boat while attcmpllnc to recover a pa as on car's hxCwhich had been Mown into the water. In this case Von der Abo answers that Csser waa not In his rearular itne of duty when m waa killed, aa reocuine; nata is not a part or the amy ot the boatmen at the chute, aad, therefor, be la not liable for dtmafO. in aecood answer Is in the suit breurrtt by Anna Kalaer aaainat Von dor Ahe for sio.insj dame area for hiwacdi of Dromiao of marrlase. Mo da-ntee Miss Kaiawr'a chars ss in toto." "Tfals la the silly season of baseball. The public throughout ths land is beins recsJed with the details of necotiatlona for play- era,- aays tna St. Louis Republic. "Lurid tales of wonderful thin about to happen wbich will shake tha national came to Its very foundation atones are belnc sprann dally. And high above all the cities which ar rumiahinc poet season pasebali aoo-satlonn looms the murky pinnacle of Pittsburg, lilts bury offer Blerhaaer for McCreery. of Louisville: McOunniirle will give McCreery for Klllen, Three thousand words,' comes one auery. and aaotbor one la worded: "Von der Ahe wanta Sulenberg. or uars a pmy nrei Dane next year for tbe Browns: nttai any one of the men for Breltenstein. Two thousand aevea hundred words." And LOUlSVille Come tin with more ahonl tha Tobeau-McAleer-Burkett trouble which oc- currea at tne Kails City last summer, and which the DUbllc haa ever since, Kae,n tn. auetnouaiy trying to lorgst. 'Andy Freed- an sajis tor r.urope, put win return In time to attend the Lea rue meeting at Chicago, 1,01) words.' ia New York a mite, as If every one, especially the other magnates, wouldn't prefer to read l.tkK) words of bow Colonel Freed man would not return tn time tp attend the said meeting. Tebeau and O'Connor hammer a newspaper man into t!"ensa.blllty. Hut) words.' b) the Forest C.ty'a contribution, and oae soliloquizes on the conventional way of the world. W ny didn't the newspaper man lump the ball players Just ' for a change? That would have been worth Hot) words In any newspaper, even during the last month of the presidential campaign. 'Personnel ef the Chicago Club for 1MI7. probable pennant winners. fiuO words,' and experience teaches that the aforesaid Our) words would con.'"tof n interview with Anson, in which he offers to wager clvera bonnets and suits of clothes on the result of the Bi pennant race. Tha Colta have been probable pennant winners these many year. 'More light thrown on John T. Brush's efforts to founder the Western League. MA) words.' is -the effort of another ambitious correspondent, which would make much better reading If it related to the efforta of the Western Laetrile to founder Brush. 'Forecast of the result of the league meeting; probable expulsion of Von der Ahe. l.f words.' la offered from Washington. Ona smiles hopefully at this 1 1 f f Ish F a n mat earn WA en a W . . a w . 1 . com-M sickly an, feeble when one reamem-n . me thing are too good to come " ue. Harry Vaughn, the Reds' mil niolxr Is taklnaf things aeT Just now. but inside of the next two weeks he will return to the "Tobacco Breaks" In tha twt.nn. la considered one of the best Judges of to- iwvw in uw cur. nu rainanjii. .a T.fe. T. NofTta. Postmaatar at Hock ai,ri. ir- Vw iZZW ZtL-Jl """"t s paying a visit v asa-B wmti ymf Cr . HEW TOSl" BASEBALL H0TE3. BrBOlAT. BlSTATCa TO TkTB BJIO,PIBaa, Nsw Torfc. October 1C Prrslaent rmilmsa m? tns new ion Clue, will sail for Kurope within a tew aays. out it WUI aaraaaarily be a brief trip, for he aays ha wUl he at the Chicago " hlch convene a November 10. Regarding ths Rosle case. Mr. Freedmaa does not believe that H can be reopened at the Windy City convention. .I, ?lf com the news that the New Torfc Club has renewed Its offer for Lanes, the at'tfoowT iler" T flur) r again pLaosd J. Earl Wagner, of Washington, says that be wants an outfielder, aad srlllatve ei.ouv jor ueierauaty. or: nilaostphla. Billy Joyce aays that Was oar arouldn't aaoaeaia hi. self from that much money for aa satire of AT EAST IEWPQBT. Bandaur afiaraoua. at the East Newport Park. e Belleva Browns mast the Daytoa IKy. team, under the management of Jesse TaaaekllL The Dayton team will include such slayer aa Tajuvahlll. Wallace Taylor. Billy NUea. Cliff Orove aad several ethers of tarn aota. This team will be the Isst card announced at tbe New port rant mis i season. Tn Browne have also bean straasTh is 1 1 aad will sill at hvaiv foe Browna. PtwiUonaV -' .- Dayton. Mlckei .v Catcher. Huber alsstagar Pitcher. TanaeblU Elchlar .......... .First Base. ....... ktrautmaa Lloyd ...Seeond Base........... Taylor Hays .....Third Bass............ Cilery Honamsa ahortstep Nlies r ............nigni riein. .......... Tti ar .......... .1. enter rleua,..i.. isn riesa. ........ BABBBSYILLE WOB. Crall Pare vllls. Ohio. Oetobor 14. Waahlngton C H. Oraya were billed to play Jasra to-day. hot ata aad Jo, aceily. .of Belial re. ap a ball team from Bollalre aad Wheel- lag, auch aa Nicholson, of the Detrolta; Tolly Kane, of th Wltssllngs. and other stars, te ail their dates, aad our bora AafaabeJ thus by tka soar of 1C to L Battarla Ceillns and Heed. Kan aad Jehasoa. Toung Collins allowed th vhsiura only two ana. lapn, caarasy Mokae, ac w a ting, ana c taaa tamnriiaca will a rBABTLIB ABD TECHJIOAL Opest Vp tha Cbeatar Park FootbaU Tester day aflat a una the aew Cheater Park grld- troa mw Its krat game. It Ihe series mt erhsduUC game km ita tke eUsTer-ant teams of the BchoUotlc aad Private krhnal Leagnaa. la aenipstltloB fair the BhrUstt Tvoadry. It waa a good afternoon for tka lima, and a eeedly crowd waa la attewdsne. n naliaiiliuj th on n st irs waica wms ai i a vaa womtc. Tschalcal ef Franaila. kackad eif tor vwrda. eamrat It well and raa it bach M varda. L base, but loot tho bait saoa tbs fotsTth. Franklin thaa advaaesd ths ball atsadllr bwt slowly, mainly by hocking tectiea. for about B yards. . A fumkM gave Ihe haU V Techaicai. but on their Srst aioww thsy lost it oa a fumMa, Franklta then eteadlly forged ahead. Anderson; full back, ebowtng some strosg want, nntll they bad pushes: it over taw l aea a poaa ma. over i the left bn lain a las, a a una sol kimg aaoaw for a aood aoal kick. - buck nont-out waa m a mmerahie Boae, th ,aiiea ay in cwntaia m r as a marble statu aad never attempting to catch the ban. This was the only bod play mailt alwrang th eeta-e saws Of sours, ao goal cowl so made after thm. . Pre skits. . Technical, k Technical thaa htehed off strata, the bag nisi.it shawm See yards. Tke bail thaa sawed ap and down the held, new far Franklin. then far Tethnarai. avail twa aaw wwa t the ball ka Techmnsl e kertv-rmrd lis. . Fraaklia kicaed oaT In the second hair for about Tech kagss to shas st i ima ty bars, aad. al art i aoal awusa. tn aui roaoawa to eav aiarae and ataisr the Fawnhjua Bn. CTttkanral right half) sill a splmfH ku-yard rua. A few mors bucks and th ball waa over th itne. aw th ci turns newt, a ami A;. Tacaatcai. 4; Ave satauta Frnnklla sent the ban well oowat the Beet mm its ktckoff. 4t being Illumed eight yards. Again, tha ball eat mesa iters aaa aorta. But anally pvaaa-Ita rallied a little, and everybody aeemed t feet that the last two minutes weald area the . but taw wail mt Tlsae' (owmt the bail mill 3a yard the Tech'a goat, bear; Frsakiin, 4; Teeb- e. A thas fa a titiuhr a ma, the tw wflt set ke at- lowel, aad tha ga me wui ke played eg very Xnfayeie Voau' trav. a aaatr W. V. TJ. 0OraB Instasll 1 1 111 I on tko arldlron her to-dey. Beore: Lafayette. S t'alvarsity, a, Tba t'sitei wty hoys pisjred a wan- darful The gaoalrer ufflia te a: 4t at C ecieek. TITE ENQUTREIU CTNTCCWATI. ; SATURDAY. OCTOBER 17. 183a THE TROTS. Good WorkatLsxington. Plcitj ( llisf j Bet fitness Bines. Iltnzgn Dsn Sto&rt Will Offer Be Is" New Oa Bis Waj Te New - Yerkntj. Tit Lktsat 60s dp About PUrs PUjirs-OUier MatUn of IaUrttL ametax, otsrsTtm to vara rba track waa fast aad th ud Iafxlaaon, Ky October la. The Kssdweky Trottlag Bora Breedm1 A sen sis Una wss tavorsd with pleasant wmlkti tor the aanth day of Its goad. Four race were on the oard. The krat. th anknlahsd 3:1T pace, went lo Arthur W. a Danville boras. Tka moan a, tha Lex bun make, for ten yaai old tret term, waa psnked up by Marcos Daly China Bilk, wrnae yaar-sM futurity. The third was ths a rest of the day, the free-for-all trot. In which Fsntaay, the crack of the year. Balfrred at feat far the krat time thla asaaaa, Bbs waa termed aowa by Pat L, tka Baa Iraarlng bay horse from Auburn. Men., whs pteied htmswf a staysr In every aaaas of the ward. It took aevea keel la tail tke tale. The fourth race waa ths 3:13 saoa- It proved a "pipe" tor Kara) Victor, the New Terk horaa wko captured the 3:1 pecs last Hauler. To-tnoarow win ' wind up th meetlag. Th managsmsnt asniaaa tiat thaa afternoon that on day of the mentis past no samlsaiou would be chargsd at the gale tn mm hist. The Bslhnsdt Ballcnburg Band, which rendered aorh excellent music during the meeting, left this afternonn for Cincinnati, their oontract closing to-day. They mad a hit In th Ma Oraaa. aad leave under a shower sf pralsas from th Kenttac-k! Ths an finished 3:17 usee waa the flrat race called. Arthur W had two heats and Iowa Jo aad I'ocle Tom had one each. The fifth beat want to Eleanor and th stxth and ths race ta ARhar W. The winner ta a good looking krowa gelding by C. F. Clay, out of a Nutwood mar, and belongs to A. P. Brace, of Danville, Fifth Hast Pooling: Arthur W. 33B; Daid. 334. They got th word to a good start, with Arthur W leading to th half. Here he was collared by Kl annua, the original favorlta. They raced head and head past th three quart era, where the mar carried him off his f set aad came home aa y winner by two lengths from Lucy H. a length la front of King Egbert. The rule was applied and tbs honheat winners went te th atabla Sixth Heat Arthur W, Eleanor, Uncle Tom and Iowa Jo were now the only starters. Th pool ing waa Eleanor. CIO; Held. IX. The mar mad strong hid for th money, hut ah couldn't reach aad wont Into th air at the distance aftsr leading all tha way. Arthur W cams on and won handily by half a length from Eleanor, with Uncle Tom third, a length back. Summary: Flrat Race Ths 3:17 elsas twin.- uru asim- four heats naced Thursday: Arthur W. br. g by a . Clay. .Ham by Nut wood ITeaa-erl . . B Eleanor, ch. m..hyBtrmth- mors. asm ny uumn'B Blue Bull iPaareal . O Carl Tom. h. .. by E4f King, dam by Magie ( Harris ' ... t Iowa Joe, b. h., by Jos Hiarkburn. dam Nally (Tunis) 11 Lucy H. eh. m.,br rrath- rny, aaa) by uotdduet (HaJnesi 9 King Egbert, b. g., bread ing not given iKykry)... a ejo. ch. g., by Attorney, data not given (He-Call) a Edwin Clay. b. h., by Bonnie Clay, dam AUxa (Huxthal) a John shea. blk. h.. by Harold Pate hen, 4 a is by Back Prince I Patera). .13 Viola, h. m.. by Onward. dam by Messenger Chief (Toanrl ....... ..i a Edgar H, b. g., by Edaar . Wilkes, dam by Dr. Herr - McLaaThlia IB Th Jewaea, h. m., by Oeorg Willis, dam Jeaa tPhslps) f Tims by quarters: First host th liberal patronage during th Bin Third best ....... Fourth heat ..... Fifth heat Sixth .. 01 '.I o-aaS .. 0:31 2 . -J2W .'. :&ltB IH 1 1 11 S I S S 10 I 3 11,3 I S 4 3 10 3 Sr.. axi s r.o. S 4 S Its CC r.o. 13 IS S T r.o. T " t S dr. - io a r Ar. 11 dr. lwrZ 1: I 1:0 trwJH 1:3S IM l:S7Vi 1 :Sm twv M. 3:13 2:11 3:13 3:12w The aarond rase oa rh card was th Lexington we. t.rwrwa Krw.ia.rn. mw ll u I. had aa starters Mecrua Daly breww ally Alma BiUc, winner of the t wo-y ear-old Futurity: Preston, the good gray colt from tbe Hermitage Mud; stable Monsypanny, Doug Thomas a daugater of old Cyclone, and Prof. Milam's bay eon. Jack Miller. China Bilk waa. of course, the favorite. fceld as aer sad m bar umml aood atvle by winning in atrwigbt heats. This put 3L3U0 mat in th pocket of Secretary Ed A Tipton, to whom Mr. Daly save the mare's w mains for th in onaeratlaa of his wrmat of ona half her training expenses. first Heat foolta: China, a Ik B flats Bia Th quartet get the word lo a goad start on the fifth attempt, witk China Silk at th twl and Jack MIHer on the sound. At tbe turn China alia wewt to ta fron wmnlng sasi.y by a length from Prestoa. who trotted la third plaos to the stretch tars, uhei earn 10 oaa nucha aumeroenav. who had fol lowed the leader until tbev taai liail that atra. Jsch MHIer was distanced. Becond Heat The aeollna was now China mik tao. Bold Old. It waa daad easy for th ff i filly. Rh went to th front at the word snd held the lead to tbe wire, winning very handllv by a length snd three parts from Praa ton. wko waa three lenjrtns lo tn good over Mabel Maneyuannr. The waaasr will mm Bees te Montana for ths win. tee. and will com aaa l a neat ysar t try for the nig taree-year-oia events, nne la rerlalnly a mar. summary: flare The Laxlns-tan Stake- foe twa. year-ota trotters; value sz.uuo: two heats la threat China Mtk. br. f., by Prodigal 3:1). dam . Brewa BUB CTTTIa). Mr Breww WlUaa 3:W) Keawsy) 1 1 restew. sr. c. bv Pooc d Lamw rS:lXi dam Toea 3:iS4) tAbell) 3 S Mabel Money-penny, p. t. by Cycloae (Iiziva), Aiotna as Mer, By stam-boul i2TW rTassaaa) S Jack Miller, b. e.. by Aahby V aJrU. dam nv nrias laaiiaDii nia. by nyias isuani Time by Quarters Ji H i First beat 1 St l-s 3. road boat OJ4 1 t-A4 Mile 3:174 -44 3:181, The third rac wss decidedly the best of the meeting. It waa the free-foe-ell trot; end It took eve hotly coo tested beeto to decide who should take away flrat honors, rear crack horses. driven by nwwmost renisniaii. hustled for she Sl.uno satst. -me atwte or new Torn. ylveala. Kentucky and -Nebraska were repre sented, aad it wont to weoreaaa. tz. t. yiamiia s Ftsntasy. J. w. uei i fat i. w. u. William Pens and Mra. W. K. D. Stokes's Beu-setta were the start era. Fantasy, waul to-day ac ouuis tne Me on la. tw nrat heat went to Beuaetia. tbe west two to Fantasy. th fourth to William Pena and the Sfth. stxth snd seventh and the race to Pat L.- Th talent damped end rae prase or the vines tavm. iossw or ta miss law and thaa te smi a It nanoened. Ptrst Heal pooling: Fantasy. One: td. tli- ner eraeaa a coaas ar tlaasa. stub at the pole and William Pena oa the auiHls-Thsy were sent swsy to a very goes start, wita Ben- setta i sa lying dv a boss at ta turn, si tne tar ahe waa tars parts at a length to front of r-sntasy, vaa asm rat t. ny two lengtna. wita Wliawm rau a has wheat. It waa the same east the half in lUM. Ciiii began to drive hard for the heat, bwt- be eeeudart ream, an no asms saai ta a wnrarxna Saiah, with Draratta a sua a la fraot ef the kv- vortts. pat I. uum aaa w iiiisra raa asst. Bai1 naS Haas Thaa a wwa mitTUIiat enarad TTmaila aewr ta mak the kaa ting 04 I BeiJ . ) nmt SSO for rmnaal The start a th pewttMst wf the day. William Pen bad s apeil ear kad actlaw. aad en isiS the start ta be dalsvsd sersia mtniuts. Bsusetta and Fasxasy msne a hot raea of It an toe way until the stretch, they kesng hi la. kinks sad half Waist ha apart. Hick-ok cooida't put th winner of last year's FaturUy BB "SB ot ta vnmaw fara cracac. aMrwever, took third piece- two isngtsa awes: ml w f .an wba earn with a ruah at th ware forced Oeera to th srhtp. Fantasy look K gams ly. aad Mania ta seat ay a am a Tkiet ll.ai rwillna Faaaaav. CM: ata. Fantasy led peat th half three pert of a length to fiaal ef Da us. lis. A the three awactare Fantasy aad Raaasita war aack wad aark. wttk William Pena kalf a MWgth back. Down th stawteh Peataev ustly eaxiwoted tho others and anlahrd a hwady sitsw by a lawgth and a ken" from BenartLa. half a length to front af WlUam rvvua. rm .w maris, ejn. Feorth Meat Post ma: Fuwtasy. Cms): Said. fOk This regietered a duasp far thas wn thought Fantasy at 1 to C w good thins. Th VCiac ateasetta. taaaa sane a length ba treat taw ewrur ay a lengta rrom same 'order." "tjw tap Iiiu77 -hUmp e a 1 1 net a ream rwa i as ef WUtaa Pawa, Paaatag I of noses apart ta tbs re the three caailma McCarthy sent WiiHam Pena for rh He cellared th leader as thsr ejsrtm asal lad bee Into ta strstca By Dam th stretch Pat IV psaaul her a mile half a saswah an fiisl a WUBam ika awd Snisiiaed nasi ha-f a srnerta behind W 11- Fifth Heat Tha noolina wss varied. William Pawn awad ta C14 to A far the a!d ead Faa-lean hraosht Sle ta tA for tha Bead. U Was a ail taw way. a-aa a. km uea eawn aa taw term awd pawssd ta awartar a an a an svemt sf Fantasy, Wiiuam Pens tsird. a teagtb bar, sad iMwaetta out sf reach. It was the aamc te ta head of tbe stistiia. wbae Wuuam Pwaa anMd - - -J -j - aad aeova th erbrmau tinins ta A whipping Snbek. Th beat F ewld da was tnird. two leaglno basiad winner. Heewstus waa. lewrta, nira leem-uta narm. - U W U pMhM! l.f I. I . fWi J ill iBl L, went t the front sa th tars and ha ba the lead A3 the way. winning In a drive from Bew-setta br half a Irarih, W:i!iam Pena taird, a Aa.w and Kar.Laev Mat. keweata Kaat Pat bl V, aatssy ISO, field C u I. mt to lead at In word and held It all the way. Bs want ta th euarter a length la treat o( fWaaerta. a ia H the naif a sjeek in treat af has-, west br taa fee fauura wita William t-ena at hie t-roe.t Lkirh snd lastu) en his . rnea t e eareea M ww I I, and t"'- m ii. Tie bttae er.u 1 -K Nkhtwswa kerss. a Tmwrtk ar ywataay. who waa Utrse Maurtha to the fpsad en SSaa in. ZrriLr-rr.ten tret: -e-W Lkk, Pat L. b h-.Vy RepsWalewa, 1y....r. M il Fossesv. b. m s? Cwissee. dam Iti'eaid eQairsl.. Wtiham Peam. be. h.. by t-isua. dam ay Dai t mar artsy) ....... ta. it. m.. heat .. .. evAItt d beat m-M Third kewt .... -Tn, : F-ourtk beat nna seat ... Stub beat ... far th tl.l la lk 4 la4 IH the 1 11 Raywl 1 jssrt, ttHa 4 C 3 Ihe 1 II area aa adda a re rente, rae the 3 1 ttmltb, dam A tic (WUsea) a Nlcoi B, br. b., by Ak-alas, dam May Thorn tMcLaaahlia) Connor, blh. k.. br C F. Clay, dam M.aala V iDulehay) V Hal free, br. h.. by Prlaeo Halt, dam by Oreeae Bssksw tMcCsll) Roast Clay. b. m.. br Clay, dam by Mambrlno Ruaaen ICurrtal 13 BUrkate, bia. tn.. by patcbea Wllaaa. dam Hetsey tUakerl 13 Nydta Wilkes, b. sa.. by Rmarkua Wluiss. dam by Natwaed rTheeaee) . k Jsch. b. s-. braedtng sot givwa ii-.. betirl Tomy Brown, b. .. by .Twm Scott. dam Twiiiaht twuau T, -- . First heat B:ai 1 1 1 :Mt Second beat ... e3 I W I Third heat al. 1 1 aa has trainmsL and will leave for Celui trary mastraatsd a aav- ar two ago. MTIe. I !! 3:13 lb race ia atraiarht seam, hmdtag sll the way aa mm. 1 each a tnem, tw Msec mm Maaa Fmley msktag the race for iitial m.may. Horai trass the Oraaihaert Si. hla. New Tarh City, and baa beea tvry inn a foi he. Tea. aw jt It Hi paina am tans race, and M wwa waa a all intarestlag from the tart that the wiener Bed ta Bate at hla maary aad earned tnem asms -bs Dlilai. Bairn mm at Fourth Raea Tba 3:13 class: lllllal Cl.oua: atoyai vvrtor. sr. a., by auay wuaa, dam His Ma ad Mary l Penman) I ktta Ftsiry. br. m.. by Therva. dam Lena O Iarydey Ola Hatch, be. - by OrM Bavta, aam by Dsvy Crockett i Phelps) 11 OUee Neyea. br. g by Cha. CanTery. osm by tiiaia " i aaear t west) ... m Myrtle O. b. m.. by Caiaaor. dam not stvea itswreaiea) , 8 Cantata Crewrh. eW. k.. Vy Oaasral , t 4 4 1 1 k t- 11 14 T k 11 13 U 14 13 13 Mils. 3:iS) 3 :". l:ti GET-A'WAT DAT. Wind-rp oftbe Blc M renting; at lAxlns too. srsoiaf. mspac ro ma xvojciasn. 1 awlnsliai. sty.. October Ik To-morrow will b gat i way day at th be .oars' meeting. Tares races ar carded aad they should ba prod octree of very etubbbra contest. The 3:11 trot ertl be the feature. In this race Baron Roger 0:10). purchased last Bight, by J. Malcolm Porbse fur tS.ooa. wMI do battle wtrh Senator A. th Tran-aylvanU wksnev. Ths entries ara aa foiiowa! First Race The Jehasoa. established 1M7: value tXttsi: 3:34 class truttlnc: Had Star, Nancy L, Sntieesrr, Viols Hette end Mlntksg. tlecnad RaceThe 3:11 doss trot tins at isai- U.iul r- Franklin. Que Allen. ttM Wa R Benatoe A end Lilly Toung. bout of Id round, at 113 pnen ; puree Baron Third Raoe Three-year-olos and wader; pacing: puree f?Hl: Seven Points. Culphids. Ming uf Die-anonds. Dr. Archibald. On the abov events poata Bold to-ajght as follows: lbs Johnson ktsks tViueeasr, CM: Beid, AtO. The 3:11 Trot Raroa Rogwra. CISC: Seas tor A. Iluu; Fred B. X20. Franaila. faO; LUly Toung. 310: Bald. $)U. The Tbree-Tear-Old Peas kulphlda. CISO; said. TAME BOUTS At tba Broadway Athletic Clnb. Nsw Tsrk, October 14. The Broadway Athletic Club bald Its see net series of boxing eoa-tests at lu ciubkous to-night. Th programme consisted of three bouts, the principal on bring a arteen-round contest between "Spike" kuutvan. of Beaton, aad Danny MeBride. of this city. Th bouse waa fairly well Sited when the Srst bout was called. Jack MeKeck aad Al Allen, both of this city, tried concise ions Is as eight -round go at 1U pounda. Sam A us t la rwfereed. Alien to he a sparrinc partner of Oeo. Dixon, bat from his pour wont in u ring tu-msni n, was err evident that he has a lot to learn In the art of boxing. McKeak outpointed him In every erey. aad It was only Alren's swaiauass which twrtlad him through tne eeveatn rouna. iwina; ima round he went to the Soar from a hard body blow, and be was fouaht to tb rupee saver ai times. Ha lasted through the eighth snd last round, but MeKeck waa osciarso ins winner. Casper Lawn and simmy Moss, ox new ism, were th neat pair ot nosers, i nsy i nna. tor The aarttt lag was very fast, aad thay banged each ether with rights and lefts ow body, head and (sua, and for a time barred arienc. Ross worked hard and tha referee's datiamn Was a draw. Whisk how. wall earned. Sulks rJulltvaa aad Dan CfcBrld. of Rostoa and New Tork. n epssti vsry. satmsd tbe ring far 13 rouna a. at 13a poumta. htcUrtds Isuksd t b averwebrht while Sink seemed ta be overtrained. The hxhting was nam ano last aaa up to taa tenth honor war even. Each had been rusk at ta th rape repeatedly and both were bleeding. McBrld from th mouth and aulllvan feom ths ea Stttlivaa aid ths most of te Bgntmg, McBrld all ever the ring, 'i e referee deeded that th men were eve despitethe ertee ef the spectator for Suit! vaa. aad he annettarea tne noui a eras, aea m cheered a he left the ring. I - w , - BACKED OPT. Hayrteg Is Harinr a Hard Time Oet tins; a Match. arsctai. BisrATca vo vws xn-rrraxa Ctrckrvllle. Ohio, October it. Oeorxs Hayass. the writer weight of thla city, la wboss compo sition there I ss little of the brag and bluster as caa bs found In any fighter la Ohio, has given th lis to his Columbus detractors br denosltlnar a forfeit af C3S to bind a eaaxah with Blllr Wallace. the pet of ths capital tity press. Wallace re sorted to all kinds of lac tics to svads a masting with Heynea, but Ms kuast objection stamped hlaa aa aa Ignoramus or eur. naynee oeposi forfeit in trustworthy hands her, hue In n to flaaiasiH of Wallace, was compelled to put It Is th hand of a Columbus paper. He remitted by New York draft, pucrlisssd at th First National nana, aaa wse esisuanse ffolloariajf aav whan BotiAsd that It aoald not socepteu aa a forfeit, "because It wss sot certified aaa the signer was unknown,' WsllacWs argsa m etated that Wallace had written lo Magi three tiraca. but received no -rvolr. and t Hayaes manifested ao dlapoeltloB te fight aatll w alloc had tagaaa arsom ler a go wua rooms. Ia reulv to which Haynes my be answered every letter he received from Wallace, aad knew aeth-ln of hm ha Leaded mastiaa anth Pewsrs. Ia eua- elusion, he esys be will fight Wallace at any time, at any place, under any condition, for a pares r aide bat or bath, either tea reared or to a Salsh. Woald nrefer to furht wlthla the next 30 dare, but will waive all reasonable ebfentoa to get th maaeh. If Well aoe fails te ascent he will i aay Isft-pouad ansa la the Capital CKy. , TOX TBACY'g CHALLEBQE. Saa Francisco. October 14 Tom Tracy, being atlmatlakat witk the reealt ef kla receat ansetlsg arttk Oeorge Oreea fToang Csrhett) before the Occidental FJub. has ctmllengad th latter ta fight hhw ana at 144 ptisan before the stub snTarlne tha hiaast parse, aad ssTera ta hot S3.ew that ths rcsuH will be In his favor. Stosa eava: T am ta a bit ef a ewanasrv. ss I had s cablegram from London a day or two age telling me tnat an important actaer ia sa in way. I eon t know wwst am or aa eirer it eowtatns. mat hum not sssnstaiaaT sain me 1 win wa lastly willing t giv iraoy ta arst UD LEFEBEB AT COLUMBUS. Kid Lefsber. the PghX-weight boxer ef this city, aad 3Ud Dursnd, sf Cnlssakaa wui asset tot a taa-reuad shvre eoatast te stent at Cuism bns. Ohio amdsr th assnltaa , or tha Monro Athletic Crab of that city. Lsfeber ha finished morning He feeia ewnadeat sf winning, as bs got th decision over Duranat Mot faat la a eoa tast a afar a ike Mamas DAB rruAsr : Will Be sms Hand Witk a araotAfe atsrsTCBT TO rara ftattwiaaav New Tarh. OtXewar ltL-t fa Imraii frwm vary good seithnrtty that Daa Btwsrt. of Texas. Is expected ta arvtsu ha fMa awry aMhaa aa hta Car ar Tuesday, and tha his vastt as for the parpuat ef entering a Mf purs for th finish fight kale aaa Bab Flliilwam aad Jim Caakotl. . . .-, .: - , t v 0B30 UBlVEBglTT 01 ATHEB3 ' Play tkva TJ. at 43. Ekrrem g Xaurwa fartf Tkis 'AftFB)tosL- sJterwoon tke Cslvrstty wtH kae a at the park. aVaspits ran itlilikna te the esav Aftsr aa lasrllsa aa mvttatloa t several Keaatwcary eiewsaw Kaalaiky tTsAisssily amd Oaaasr Osataars, mwt ramo asMi wasiijaa s i'ia aaa a. taa us. L'slvwrslty of Athirav Biaers. ' r- -n e. eer. T. I aiesrvery team is aaw a aellege tssm They hasw a training taai wpese tb soar aiuwauw, was awsies strong, .a I. aaklaa- for "Home Sweat Uom". Tbs OMa rmveestty boy ar graatsd rMk bav lag aa asiimiiaglc 4aamreaa eaaatlty. These ta evary isasnw lo believe that tag Lniveratty team W a Sfiaaailia awrn tow loea. n as a hat lis i sa tao aimisaa wui mra. saauiy oiinneni, nu to saaiy srdsy. saga a faced Obao Stat but Satardsy. If aay chaag I awad tt wUl he slight, to kit Shag peal, if sw-swrtanity kt sSorded. Hlbbard will hkaty he trbad. It as ssiln ii ai the Calvwrwlty en i aaa a M S on ssaas peavjeeewa ir.. OmcW II at a i t a ba nam Mate and Miami M rr i mat hie. Tha rOOTBALL. e. te Oaoaaail ta w,r wets aw am I rn eat erme1 f h f- r Ci i. w f -i,ii5ono r i ti a it acur - - ! revealed, wad w.tt iiarnf tar itra tb raa ssBiiissB - - Chilllcexho. , taVkh (ki ln . Tak The fsrSkaS tssisa af th Ohss CalversUy ot 4 Ik aaa, smash Bsays tho Caieaaaaty asaaa at ClsiSnsart oa awA- sask a bard gam from tke sis as Bar to-day by ma arm af the boms tsanTe dltioa. The eoore stead S sack at th crtpoied coa- krat kalf. ta ths second Athens scared by a long rwa aiuuwC thm end. The Athens work Is tnaiary aiauat the eaas and rv pwaig. Cbllitcwth fu I back. ills ss swap a 'a ass ua game waw aeu.t THAT HAT :;:::::,Goe3 To Uncle Sam. IS.Uncoln WcroIt AVhcD t -I ,.v.,-: ,rt-l'.aial ' ;; ; " ASSmSSIitaalCUe i;, r Twill Be Presors-ed n the Got- enxneit Husexua. CktlrsitB BiUer 8ayir Brjti's v Eleetlii Is Sure, Ruiior Tkit SexrtUry HirUrt ud , . Mn. Siii!7 Katt&ivi Art To B Wkddid. arscta MacAtCM o m gs-eriBaa. WAawnwMk. XX O. Oetobor IC-Th hkl of Abraham Uneoln the talL Mack bearer, witk wU. Bat rim. he tafkiUar to tbo who had tba dieltnclioa kl aseiag tba warty rod Prssldant. aad sa Insoparabls from tbe ttat sseotac-ajrhg ef blm aceanted a promtnwnlj place in tbo crtrhlnal Court to-day. Rusty and duciy with A, fact turln whitish eolor. tba ancieat re lie odipeared la a con- ersy aver He pass ass loa between Dr. James O. Adams and hta wife, administra tors of tb4 CStkto 01 tbo late Or. Pbineac D. Ouriey. paatdr at h New Tork Avenue Presbyterian Cnurcb. which church Pto3- denttJncoln attended, and Osborn H. Oid- royd. tb custodian of the Government Mu seum, situated In tho bouse on Tenth street. la wklch President Lincoln died. Tho hat was worn by Mr. Uneoln. s some time after his deal) it was pi by hta widow M Dr. aurley. When Dr, OurVer died his so Melville. H is sat placed Tha hat to the Patent Office on ex hibition, properly Vabeled. There It re mained fork number of years, la Lana Dews lost Bight of. What next seen by Dr. Our- ley-o family It was among 4b relics in the Oovemnvrbt Museum on Tsntb street. Their daanavnd for It boing refused by th cu-tod'An. thay Bought to regain noaweaatoa of It by a rwpiwvta suit filed before a Juartlce of tbe Peaco. The- Justice gave judgment in favor of Dr. and Mrs. Adams, whereupon the Oovrrnrnent noted an avowal to me Dwtrtct kuprem Court. For tha Oororttment, Diet net eiiiorney Bimer said bo would show conclusively that tba bat Was worn by Pres.drst Ltn- oolh when ho was oAsaastnatsa. it a in on sir bo occupied at tbe theater when shot were taken po. sews Ion of by tne juoge eto-voeate-OeheenU by wbotn the bat. la the snrinc Of lrJSfL was dellvsrod to th War DepcrtmeflL- Arur cotnmuriioathTg with Mrs. Uneoln and her son Bobert. tbe War rparttnefn tranaforrad tbe bat to tne OTaaMrigtoa MatnorUU Association, kubee- qnerrtry tho asaocVaC-oa desoatted tbo bat In the SritMbsonlaa Ifhrutaooa. iron wnn-ia in time patsed to tba Tenth-etrwet muswufn. where It was when Dr. ana Mrs. awbi u the suit several months aco. After tna taking of testimony the Court held that tho statute of UmMattoae was a eomplet bar ta tba cult, and directed tbe jury to krln la a verdict awarding the ownership ef tba bat to tha OovernmwnV. An appeal wlU ba taken. Chairman Bnllc-r Conftfletit. Seriatof Butler, Ckklnnan of the PoptithH Navtlonta Commlttre. returned to Washington this roomlnr rroca Chicago- Mo ro-rrsinc ' from dlseuccirts tbo relations be tween. Watson ana tn r-opuiiai unssuiir., A committee or two. Reed and Washburn, bare gone to Georgia to consult with Watson. Tke bcnalor said It was necessary for him to return to Washington, and that prevented hta going with tbe committee. He denies absolutely that be aad Chairman Jonas, or either Of them, adtnlnlstsred a rebuke to Washburn for his method of conducting the campaign for tha Populists in the West. Butler says that Washburn has bwen working ia perfect harmony with Senator Jonas, and that there has been ao com-ptnlnt nor cause for compLalnt oa either side. Mt. Butler says that, after conferring wish leading men, both Democrat and Pop ulista. bo lo mora eonndent of Bryan's carrying tke Middle Wast than ho was before. Ho' says bo fa especially oonfldent of Ohio, Michigan and Minnesota. "I believe. b said, "that Indiana and Michigan are absolutely sura for Bryan. In Minnesota th la-atca-Jons aro that Land WlU get the bulk of the atcarxllnavieB vote, sad taai ths staiW wTH be thrown ta Bryan, tind says that Bryan wlU get tba Votes bo does. In Illinois tha lowest eeilmares by oar people snow that tbo majority for Bryan in tbo oountry will largely- swercorae taa McK. Inlay vote la Chicago, if thoro should be a Ra-pubUosB majority thare. Tha most careful aad dosast nguring Ik tbo stats, going aver it agaia aad again, gives Bryan tbo state, la Cnkmgo tkoro ara fHtmautg of doubt, waled no oae oa ettkor side aaa solve. Our information gives JJryaa a majority la Chicago." Xtetkblo) Ivaaaanerit. A loos) napor says; "By tar tbo Most in-tATeattnoT pi aoe of gossip la ofSelal aoolety is tka mpwrtod oagagamang of tko kstjetary of tbo Kavp, Haa. Hilary A. Uarbart. aad Mrs. Stanley Mattaews. widow of tba laU Jus tics sf tbo Suprwsn Court of tke United klAtoa, which lalareatlng pleoe of aowa has beea wblaparad a boat emowg tba friends of tko dtsttaa-sakwd .ooupie. bwt wnlch. owing to etrnent mimi eon coming tbs egrets rye isatuy. Bag hot pot boon giva to tbo public. That tho gerrslery baa long beea paylag cotsrt ta this popular wddow is wall kaown. trot kkta vsry rocenUy bia at-lawttoas hava basa regarded as la vain. ajitot bwt vary swell w dieted fa tko early wiats-. It vrHt tbJrd snarriAge of tbo bride aad tbo of tko groom' ..-.. v ., Workia the TtMtmM. ko Vahta V ka this City, ta tbo he: Becumlaak party. At t-dAys reawtatloa wad latTnlai ad aad Melt In lr tbe k ad Hebarl. Tba.asv ws Al. ta man Oeta- bar 34 ta IS arxt year at Cwmkn, Ohio. . BdJS3ttlAtaHMI MaUssTJaV Pirst Lewutaaaat Ornuia M. Usahtk. Ord-aaro IJetAerBaat. Benhrla AxetraaL CwJi- aTraty at tha Ptsishuig Vav : Aatlng naapltAl Steward Matthew Mefi. Ft. TBamaa. a.y aaa swea trasxtf erred to Pact sis stwr Oiata sj Bartweka, DaKrVot af Ca- Wilsea has as yet made aa ekatos of tTao fbrws ssadldsias for tbo Pos-tmasterabfp aU London, Ohio. He baa bad tba anal tor umder rrmsMeratloa aa hwt It la Bankable that w tbe tvxatwo acertts af for tbe effloa. Sdbis daflsHo avnaoa stay be IStwSM IOF faWWt WOOaT. J---: Jr aag boas) apwoiatwl a 31 for a pari ad of SO dare la the 1 at Mmwphle. Tstsa. ' A. BL Bwx.h. of West YtTwtnia. bas at appotntsd k pilot for a period of SB aay at f lou par tune. -in, aad esse-re laaham, of ous, a aecoaa mat uaoer to engineer ta charge of iffiprovuiaT Ua Oslo River at Ch- Gimsii. Wilihana MeDSrawott Steam taf'-r.wr at par nsoritk ousd swh- eistence uuoer tat riginesrs otnea at Meaw-phsa. Tvan. Thera waa withdrawn fresa tbe Tieassrj gwid ressrv today. $- 'il'j. tti the aoid reserve r w tvwn js at s-ri.TTT 37. Tbe f(Mioi t loans cxaea l iaai mas! at were at ' to-dgy; , , Ohio al ImoAi t-caeca County, O. H. 1 no am CfesMMr. Kent iscl r-E- -iow. V eat Costs. y, J. . County, 3..W Sfilpley, Clinton County. fL W. Tr-k:'v:::. Marlon HOOD'S AMA !pulj' Brass. Tftamwiata an r, , m ua anwar partita. kty fee Bd b-ahx th k w m. bT, ww trnd mi that she eaevi barr.r -ar wm 1 tag a few bottle of svera saeZT' la sat aaythimj ea. wwa' HoasT Rare parties ta .ka " US aaaay VSlar-a ua aeivv m " OradyrHW). Psaa. ' A LKIoodi Sarsaparilh I The ksst h. faat ene tssa rem ia I Flood's PilUihTaJ trsraws. a BLOCKED, COVnM F.Il r ROM Williams, a gi-ntlemsn 1 his ailuresa Mr. Ho an alf "I want to make a in It WTr, policy or an i.overtumr -i frsaj e,. 7 tinn af the world tu fursut rj LACTERBACi- la CaUott a fshtn Ilj Mrjagai' aracsat. anrttca BATTLa Ciut T.i taa ssarwna 1 -! tn . (w-ibf 3 macoo was hoilli-g tier "Th Itepubll'-an i. ays that yua must atandard. not fur cue ear but forever. If foreign re.s you rny Ifg earn ewt and he live In lens. Mam. I -w tt bs. thuataam when th I .autn arrived at 1:35 p m. At wm kg thronged tlrunson l atk w hear ut Std tbey expressed 5j,-:r f --ibj, m up to the limit of their urg atj i In the course of las t.aisrti took -a snot at I ba rman Uaunt th New York Couzuy hrruaat tew. " Be utaatt h . m I must do It. Acalr.at fi aeay.J friends. (Chrert.) AMaJ the right of B-:f-gvtre:aea! !cvj pmteet. I am nnei.al not like a prom:r.eat HeK.i.at,i Tork City, who eniu lr . tai-.aa s elil'.ng to suiimli I fair iUimu, pie will submit te i.'a rts t Cie American fieopie 1- ,1 A shouting crowd preened smuata, form of the irs n Jut rf.,-, K a., and Mr. and Mr bryas eewbai handshakli.g 1 The aascmbleate winch u4 Brhei Haul Crrek tu gr-et :ir Sewam 4 date wa fully as laic u l:,L luo. Taa bnwf apawh Mr. Una tau tainra notiung new. BTHDIOATU Want To Run the t iceman Whale la h. araoiaA Btararcu to Taa ssAsiasx Makshai.u Mk-h,, ii I audience of 8,an here Mi ered tb prtvtlege of bettuj Hon. ami Inirmlure-i u-, (: r mat a aa nil dlictton of a . f.mAi:, i I l. tM a going to apeak lo uu ser !atj iCbeora.) Now. 1 witr.t vs vwaai up to talk to you tu tak. a aXaatlt H Is a tytilt-al Ar an ti.if, TuaaCp bly see hla picture in Hif-pra Twyi week. Ills name Is Hon. Atten fi 'My friends, he is m.e -A ;u t who have found It r .- r out of Ihe KepuM'.rnn r v a-1 tneir country Into the ha:l tt aM and he haa nsturati . imTt t m A in party, and yet. m rrwaat w paucn of euui atioa '.i- o m art ar carrying on rt,: t.-t. in tq atrtislvr names to ji . nra "Our OUIKflrRtl til! v i t)'atTtSaa cannot he trusted ss t)w ifi d ar or any mm whu ),av t i. i,v"J mm as Albert Wllliair.a. jr.1 at If you want a good il.irrt.srh turn the tloven.ttii t.t v u a street syndicates and :-t in-w rati thare Is In It to ths a udi -ate" t FBOM A CASRJAil Hpeevhrw Haul Tn IW- Made 3at Ulnckttd Htrrrta evmjlsl, atsravca Tu vaa tautraas Jackbom. Mich. f :-r A-ta k were tha oeonle uauked lit '.A and Liberty aouars In Ja laaa akt that Mr. Bryan wa unab u arj stand from which h a i It wss lust growteg 'lart saal a reached the Michigan l en'ral Isfk atraeta were crowded Kh JaAssW ... H'..t. . and ti e tour Vs t that drew the rerrtaae in saiaP Mrs. Bryan were s.at-1 through the ka o"i l7" nejait. . .. . ... ,, The sol it mass r """T '.' ' He aquare was tmpreno.e aallto of th polu-a. o obtained fur the etcit"! "2, lithe candidate's rams' tempts to niBke a ''--'., weTabaximei. .mi Mr ","Z in th vehicle sjei n.s-i 'JT, J. Estimate of the nin.1" but II waa certainly larrvr dressed prarioua.y durn a " "V Brran. The -ulfiU'rn s "vfr. Bashing off to U'-rtr -ZL j, white horse brousM bulwark of human .' waa Impoasltle for 't!? date to reach th Wax. a. w Sa'yi a- ' . J A. at - - a b.. . m FF. Iff (ma ipw-fca vm . BaaUevml-lSatfkr Vk' aTLki BaABTU U-aiW THBEE EI MATCM Oridtnains K-o..nrJ Su-sisw , also crenrded. Stwtea Bsutim at tbo P. Tb rough liar t HI . I axes i.iii- J .lr is.-sw" - - lAanxa. skx. g Creek. Jackaua. Ann a atraets kar to-day. ea-1 I . . . , raa UBpaaya ae m- - he ' a : eortaa y tnrwe e . - - . Messrs. Buck. Wtrw I Baad to tka haU. . Taa second speech W.-wst lis ii mi lad tdatform a ' . sitoi thousand pwopl nure bat bia husky voice tar. aad laraw numbers j. be roaclnrled. to get ac front of tka Downey Houss, r fc IJmatly ligbted baJccay of 9 eVasaeJ aa audience eqi ssw-, that oa tbo Capitol f'-'Z came In wagons anJ on rf, a sxewrmortiets brwirrr.' rT I large part sf sots ''"ier ' Mr. Bryan s vua soun-4 J- t his cosBAnandlng l1''" lL a.. t . and Ms ratnarki "T; by great eheerirat. J as JfaWjaW . . I K, . n. lie um fc.. leac a duded th evening a P-f J- a w ua uaspn - . . . . af h ) 1AIGB UV-vlIi ga sa Oetotf Bight taattry boaso ox mia awd Lumber Com pa ay c iba stent of tOtU. f ttT tn V eg rr who were In 'tl . 7c-r" srsv a war from the p "!i-at becaoea tka result m.f a Uwctarsl wots f . JLSv- " waa willing to trust !lLai, prww Meets to vote a 'fTwwvaS advocate of a gwid '"mJ"Z, oj had attempted cw-rci- cause was bopel. lieai i appealed to reason. . ' waa th last resort of Tmy' Shortly af tor W fl', rial puDed owt for -"wsrw I begin his spasrh kwak ngj-; J BIBntATIOJ VS r Tom. Oeteker 'jTgs aap far lOAimiatioa "ly only sao day. ta-raorTc-- rZu partrro voters to ejBsi'T . tr"' trktloa la-day was ;t-t JfcV' third day rrxtstxa im "Z rSt -38 In lM-L rU I" J- a 7Ar3. Tho total ',",; r t day this year sns -l i M f.i SHI tw li. 30."J la- and 27X3bt la taag- !fBW ToWJf. Ortoaer t tb anr m -. t-ric" . t eti - ws