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0 A BIG CONTEST PBOMISED Tzsjrr and fieenzi to race at MONMOUTH PARE. TO-DAY. KUCLTS Of THK KACXt BOB" TUnUAT AT MUTOOA, BBIOHTO BEACH, 0CTTKXBKKO, ABB T. TAVU Vfkt new tk wr (w dMtalra at tk Meomeeth Fart track to-day, tat ntm ef thee will he mmMm4 af Bttl wiMitm to tbe tover f raelag, haa ous, the Eatoatown stakes, will overtop them la papUa eetinutiloe. This to a race at a mile, tad la tt Teaay aad pireasl win bm ta a nta ever the etraight course. - Glvea a tee track, a goad raee, with tbe wind fevering- the horses. tbs record made by Bevelo an Thursday ! pretty certain ta be knocked lata emlta-ereens. The ree 4 the lot Bamed aa starters would seem ta Bar a chance la It against that pair, bat Monmouth Park raelag U always foil of sttrprlsea, and area thla raea any b)M exoeptioa to the rule. The Beebright stake, (or twe-yeeroldAand tea waiter weight Belde Stake, for all ages, arc ales np for da-ctoloa. Tbara ara alaa Ira other raaaa am the rd which win furalsh both good (port aad lively betting. Following ara the entries aad tbs wslgbto lor tbs several events, rrarr RACX.-A tree haadlcee awaapatakaa af 820 eats, wiu i.uuv auuen. at waioo nuu iu llt eioo to third. Oae mite. Deteultor. Ill poaada itjuwbm. 107: .Bteektoe. 10: Tavist, lj Ml y laii Telia Blackburn. 100; Ovid, l My rid. Pa, kdjtd Bacb Tba See bright Stakes, for tw-y ear-side, af 50 aaca. 1 forfait, with S1.64M added, af which 30Q to seeouA Three-ouarters af a sell. . W. t. Saott't eh. a. Bolero, by Bayoa d'Or-All - Haads Around ..m 4). B. Mom. b. f. Btrathmoota, by Btrathmere. yiewer af Mat .... l t a. Wither s chestnut colt, by Cneae-Abund- seoe ...... - 11 J. p. WUliara'a a. a. t) or car at, by Vacaa-Naara. aaeer ....... lli Baacaeaa BUDis'e b. a. Blreeee, by Xmperor- Dnaaa. Ill C aaad M&a' eh. o. Patar, by Lose TawA.ta- laaa lit BnaawMd Btabla'a b. a Conrad, br Flood Oonla .llJ I t. a A. H. M urrta' b. a. Two Lipa, br Porabla- Ktea-Ma-gtilek 77?...' lit A. bflawal ca. t Plarta, by St. Blalaa-rUrtBa..lia XM'U Hall'a ah. a Kay aar, by Laka Blaokbora. Jaaat Nurtou. ....... X0B J. a. A IL Morrlaa a. a. Waausuaalar, by Alaaaif Aaa Fief . ..10 D t. Pniatlar'a as. a. Bir Oaarfa, by Bpaadtarltt- CtS " TotiorZ bStnaofd' PexflaTaioS 0. Bmd a aaa'a ta. a WaioaM, by Loac Taw-Mlaa Paaaa 10g 1. Boater blk. t Ortawla, by OaoadacaAa- - taa.aaaaaaaaaaail105 Ueabtfalatartora, TwilD BACm.-Tba Xatoatawm Btakaa, of $100 iach,aalf torfalt or t3 tf daelarad br Aac. 1. with ldu addad, of waiohaMotaaaeeaa. cSomlla. JX T. alatfar'a a. a. Taaay. 4 yaara. .T.m J. B. Batcta'a br. a. FiUJaaiaa. ...114 J. A Hai b. Tlraal. aed 114 Caalia ual'a b. L IHkoiol 4 Jij ft. It. Wllaara'a b. e. Boaa, I A. Bataoal a oh. g. Cbopaaka, 81 rocm Rack. A fraa haadleaa awaapatakea of SO aaoh, with aL&OO addad. of whioh aMO to aaooad aad 1 JO to Uilri Oaa mile and thraa-elcfatha. Ka-P"? 5di JISM. .1J JS 112:Xblo. Ill, 1?J . 110; Uar HlfkMH aad Silacara, 103 aaobi Taaibay, wA BiCB. A awaanatakaa tor all am m a on jach, wltk 1 1,000 addM. of which BUM to aaooad aad I'tJ" hfi. Thraaoarara of a aiUa Volantoor, 127 ponadai HontWf. araa la. aad Bonrlra. luT , s iwij bwm7. iiri; ir. uea-Biaa ana laaa, 100 aacht Buaatta aad tba Jaaula V. BUr, ch; Booforaa aad Atropia. 71 aaoh. iirra Bjca-A awaapataha for throa-yaarMa VtdJFwmril cl1' with 87&0 addad. of waloh 100 to aaooad aad ao to third: tTlllnr allrr-iraanaa. Oaa aula aad a alxtaaata. fannliaii, 118 poonda; 11 Gray Dawm7l04, lxn( lalaad.lua Baai Wood aad Peaaaaoa, 6 aaca. -"."T??" Bc-Taa Beaalda Btakaa. a fraa waiter-I.,lihl,'i'B1t" waapalahaaof $14 aaoh. with $740 addad. af which 1100 to aaooad aad 450 to third. ThraMuartara of a aula. Volnataer. 144 aoaadat pia jaawa, Mr rallow, laOg Claraadoa. 136: Ctoaaa. 124: at. i ah a, XMs iilriS I Mlorai ll aaoh: ChathmB. 1um Tl. inn. t- tua: auoacr. i9it Maid at Thrill, M, Eiom Raca. A awaapatakaa. tor two-raaMlda. at 414 aach, with 7M adZdTotwhleaOOtoaVat aad aad a&O to third: aMOaa altowaaeaa. Wut aihWaaUU. BUUto. Ill .daTlCaytar. llT, Taarleaa. 10i Owouant aad AdVaauuar. 107 aaehi Haadllaht, 10, f raakaaaa Law. IViToZii kUiui THE SaBaTOQA BaCES. AXIUI.TS OF TUTXRDAT'a RACES AXD THS KVTRIES FOB TO-DAT. I abatooa, Anr 1. TM wa an off day at tha track at Horaa Baraa. Bat Br raoaa war oa for dacUlon, and Bona wera atako affair. BtUl, with good weather aad larje Held, there waa good attaadanoa, particularly aa tha bookie gav tha crowd a chance to apecBlata oa tha Brighton Baaeh raeea altar tha race here wera runoff. Aftar Vidette had won the laat race he wa aold ta J. T. Willi ama for 11.405, an ad-ranoe of S&OS a bore tba entered eeUln ptioe. The raeea wera run with theee reeolte: BAca-Tbreenartore of a aUlet for two-yrlda. BtraUoia,lllpeaade.rtddea W TaraL woe la a eaator by three laaytha froem Touri.t, 11 a, w" twetonmae la froat of Weodkaaa. 10a! third. Tlae-1 Mre. DoaaaM. 118 j LaelS; 111 flaachotte, 10: that-traterr colt. ldaTOntatoac 10tBaUeef Oraoce, 101, aad Bertha Campbell. llA alaa raa. BatUM-Afmlnat atratocam. 8 to o atralsht aad tog tor placet agalaat foarlat far piaoa, S to 1. ! . 8"r? BAFm--f haadieee weepetakee. for an aae. Oaa mile aad aaTaoty yard. UtUa Crete, 101 poeada. rlddea br Goodala. woa, taa leaaaaatroai pUeaiBe, 101, who waa three teactaa ia front of Bla nruBACa.-Taraaaartar4afaaUla. Texmada, iv poaada. rlddea br Baraae. woa bv a laavth rma ataaaoa, Iva. who beat aaa. Ion, tha tarn dleteaee f." Plaoa. Ttaia 1:1 A CaraoL 107i Boheaalaa. UJ'totoaoee. 107, Kay.tooa, ll7j XaelaTloai Bra Mouree, 104, Boaale laa. 102ImagtoZ loo, aad alUBJe Hay, 1011. atoo raa. WbsT-Aolaat e(K Se to 1 etrmlht and 6 to 4 for blaoa, ecalaai Eatiaeace. for place, rnnm BMaey. Focrra Rati A aaadleap ewaapaUkea. tor an aaae. uaeaUla Paula, llo peoada, riddea by Ber p". waa by Uiree toea the from reUowahlp, t9, who tei.H;Pu,?.va "to" for the plaee. Tiaw l'V . r."0l TreeUe, 104. aad Boaalotu. 110. alaa raa. BetllBc Aralnat Paaale, ahT fc?i ' ?lM m betting, aaalnet Fellow- , Firra ruca. Tare eaartera af a Hie. Vidette. 100 poaada, rlddea by Overton, wea by a aeek fraa OeaertaTa. 07, who beat BatlataeUoa, 110, the aame diataaoa for Ike place. Ttae 1:1A Tons a Inka, l'Ai ballle O- 1 10 1 Kranita 100i Rllu 1TR, wil ffS ,u! I"Brical, loat Buaaybreok. 103 atot. Hwley. 10, fuaaeaibraaoe. 101, OutrVht, , aad fuUaua, 99. alaa raa. UeHtaa-Aaalaat Vldaria, " to 1 atrala-ht and 4 to 4 Sat place, aa-alaa weaerteTe tor plaee, 8a tel. -a. . ATVBOAT'a BACBA 7 Bacb -Puree B400, eatraace ataaey. gl each, ta aaooad i far twa-year-olda. Thru nnartia ?J I'H4 Hrry. tabold. Vald. Lee sTtalgary. J 'Vr'iT' i Kad4eh, the Helen Wallace ". 11: Mtrabaaa,aad BllTer Frtaea, 110 aaoh: tha kairM aa, kd ltaa-plpea. 147 each. 1 btooto Hici-A awaopetokee af gig each, wit 77l'W1- ? wWcfc W MMedl tor aUaawe. vae aula aad a ooartor. lona-tu-Tew, 107 pooade. Cr . Le'uua miil aad HTPoanle. 104 ianhi tood Tide. 10a, aaaybrook. SL ' ftda, e( 4100 each, half torlelt, or g JT If aaelarodby !. addad.' wilekWoO to eeaaa. uae aula aad a aUtoaaih. EV Brother' h. a Blr Jaha. . - J. BaMwta'e A a. aaatla Vhloefo Mtabto'e A a Vaolelob.....n!.n t.'- Co.' br. a. W. a. aterrla. wwinlar a. a Wyadaaau. 0 Bewie'e Alarm Aiii eaohTi7i75y 4O0 eatraaee atoner, glO 23.? .'! rae-eaartere of a aula. Brad, KmSTi. i" aad V Ufra 111 aaoh: nUavti FoJaUar. loa each, vWlwifr,..Hul- iWeach, Fairy r-T li1 nato, 84 each. U. l Clay BtoakiaSSJ'iil THI GOODWOOD BACES. tro; Aag. L-Thla waa taa laat dar af tha fteedwoodBteetlax. The race tar Ue Xaaaaa Btakl. k threa-yeareU giaae. a one aaia, waa waa aVol Bake at VarUaad'a any Meaan-rbpM. Ti if rmlTati wtth Frtace galtykore BOy aaaaaaA aad IrEA H.Pr.- TkTbTUia. miS. aator.edlMX The h : aUlNi fy ".l B. KUala. br rtaUraaTiTWIS BaMh. third. Taare were ave eiartera. The hLtut. The raee lev tha Cbaatergald Oap, (haadtoaa.) a iZ.m p a aanav, raaiuiea la a dead heat to like Chicago's Bzrrnro bow. cmohec Aag. 1 Aa aflaraeea gaaar i tha aw to earaalnty agalnet tBaaa. aad that they Ptaatr raaaa tolmt. Tab aeetatoa waa to antd. aa taa raaolt at a t by Bakar thle tooraanA. Oaa af the ae a a to a a toeke a toet eaaa. refaaad to pay 1 fr ahlfca- beta, aad waa eeat to m. xaa daeniaai waa aa. ha aaaUoauaa 4uc re- FeawAa If I1 i 10 log lAA a rt B Materia AVdgerde. faUCtat Jeauy auargpar waa tUrdTlare ware aataa rra. The eetbae wee g to t aa ataaVcaaia? 1 to 1 acaiaM aAamrda, aad 10 to 1 aalaaTmt apJLFW .laa bead waa raa eCaad waaaaTbp te77ZZVn earwaa. 7aAre Baker tha ha waa praaaili Baaa aad liialan tha wrw. a raa I iila bto dawlatoa gadge Baker as. fraaaad the eplatoa aha taa law aaiar wtoch E4 PJ aaatl ta Hoaal. if thla eetatoa ahoald fca rt.lai u wui be a i) i 1 valj tmt the bMkwiw aowa Ian toTItai to taaaaSa r t-mnaiT " TAST itJLU DT HJLEXE58. CtOdBOF THR ORAXD C1RCX71T KEET- U AT TBI CLXTTLAJTD TRACK. CUrtmABBu Aaar. 1-Thia aa amneg at taa Olaavfll track ilml wtth aaaae of the beat apart of the weak. Ktoraa af the twelve baato war aalow 1:30, aad three Bare ledaoad thatrraeeraa. Tba araat at tha aar waa the I raee record of g :fl ' aeeaarureec tale aad OA kat Ttll halt aad a a id fraa tM la 0:11 Vh at t.AA after arahaata. tha araraca tiara Ut the raee aalag - JTW" oy ar uia laaiaei ew aaaae la the S:10 claaa. Maaato A- alaa mmdm m rdAw bereetf by wlanla the rat beat, aad aaewa kfcDeal had aa eary Tietory la the S claea. re-daotog hie raeord to lag's la taaarat haaiaTtora breah with Iaaiarai. ,?mi2wwli,w,w wlaaar ta the free-tar. ".!?. bat abe new Terr wearr after tha flret beat. aad SMllKa a wuiie defeated bar la alow Haw after lagThe graad circuit ban ovur to Basal neat gClQCABXBA MoOeeL by the Hawklae harae, (Dable)... Daauoa, (UotdamiihJ .!..'.. naak B (Irrwl 4 wonder. (MUtor) s 4 4 Baokea. (Laird)...... 4 g g TUne-iag",; 1:19; 8:20. A . m . :it j-acx. rare fl.ooo. U,by8tolaway, (kcDewel) 4 3 1 2SL? S Lower BtoBer,7Qrtae3!!:i:"I!::i":7 7 ad Tle-a:li,; 8:111,; 2.14; S:14a: 3:14V H die. raaa-roa-ALL TBOTTOvo. Puree $2,000. Boeellnd Wttke, by Cona'a Harry Wilkee. aTorar) t x to tTraynox). i a Tune-8:ia; 8:14; S:lg, 2:81. EESULTB OF BACES EUBBWHEBS. V at oumnaao. Fraar lUca.-mT-etcbtha of a atlla Jla Orar. 183 aoaada rlddaa bt 1IUW wo t r j..kW uma; jaea, lie. waa beat Oaoaola, lift, alx Ira cine for ike place. Tla-l M TlZmLX ifl, thavW Btcaoo coil mi, uotoerream, llg: Vaaea. 118; roB. P-i13: fe,ek7U- t Walt ilS: Caatoea: 118, Lnndeca, 109. and Blarra Karada, 10A alao ran. Bet. ttaf-AgalaatJlmOray.gtoft atralcbt aad g to g tor place; acalast Leag Jack for place g to L. BBOOiro Bjltx. Threa-qnanara at a mile, tor audd-eae. Jay44,Ri, 111 poaada. rlddaa by Barton, woa r? VIS, from bpeadall. 106, who bee Katie O- J08. aTeafth for the place. Tim a 1:18 V Maater Walter. 118; Cammaca. Hg. TerreU. lift, ?if",,.wiii5i,TroiM' kls .fooaw' llg; StorW 111, Cllffweod, 111; Bpaalard. ill: the Elia U. geldl 10i Orattaa. loo, aadKlraiu, log, alaa ran. ?if g-Agalaat JtjJJn Kl. erea Burner atralfht, 3 to Alar place, eaataat gpeadaU far plaee i to 1. Tmao Rack. Six and a half farlonaa. Gardner, 104 poonda, rlddea by O'Roarke. won by alenatkrrom Leawa Bloaaeai, Oil, who waa two length la froat of LonelT loo, third. Tloie-lr3JV Frlaoe Edward, aValte-'iloaalci 'tZZ?" 1 Town Hack. TiuatiArt4ra ot m mil, for two tUU. PmUaa. lOf pwiBdU, rUdUm br A- M TA.TAg a a -m. tin .1 a ... - Tl"e 1:17. Alarmlnc. 104: Ulenloehy, 100; Carao. eoa. 100; Farora. 47. aad XuoU. 87, aiao ran. BaV Una Aaalnat Carolina, a to 1 atraijrht ud lui o aw wmmaeeji. 41UL larajaj muum 11U I nrgadl latai arTfiai frrr tha , au place; agalaat Le panto for place g to 6. Firm Baca.-One mile aad a auteeath. Jnrtlar. 110 poonda, rlddea br Orlmn, woa by alx leucine froaa 8V VaiaDCLne, lOS, who beat CeiparT 98. four lea gth or the place. Time l:40s. Ooarantee. 110-keraotA 100, J. J. O- 100, Sabaltor. aid Faanle 87. alao raa. Betttna Aaalaat Junler. Vato2tioir'ptoo?gWbrtU,,i 8ixth Bacb. Thrae-cnartar of a mile. Artooaa. 114 poonda. rtddea br kfcDeraioU. woa br ahead from Qulbbler. 181. who beat laniaete?. ill a7 bead S.,,l,u Time-l:10V Marty B, 141, ij Olrt. 117, Top lawyer, llT, tun', Broolet'llel GU 114; . laba a114. a n ... .". w oha Mnlllna. 114 an4 U4..nt, m' araa. Battsnv i,u..i a.m. i i aad4tol tor place, agalaat Qulbbler for place AT BBIOBTOir BKACH. Bacb. Jlrelfbth of a mile, for maiden rr old. Oaellla.7idrlddekbyFTynB, ?oa by two lengthe troa Auatrallad, 104. who beat appahannocM. a neck for the plaoe. TlmT-O'iV Marie W , lo; J. Y. lcJl4?the tweor k gll, 106, Vera, lOgrTlofaTlOSi ' kfU. iSZ MBA aad faeeedaaa. 88. alao ran. BetttiiwAgiinat CecUla. g to 4 etrat-ht aad 4 to 4 tar alaoe: aaatoat Aaatrallad tor place, erea moaey. ' -JSooTO BAca.8To-alhthi at a ndla. yda, lJTZA? X- wob a lad length from Cheeney, 87, who beat Vlrit 107. a leaslk for the place. Tlme-l:88V Bralt lie The Doctor 110. Oraad Daka 108:acil loll HoJ w eCUi LakewotA 100; Chambly and Pilot. Be each, alao ran. BetUiig-Agalnat Gyda. 4 to 1 ptooaS to " 1 " l4t7ChiWf for T"1" Bacb. Oae ndla Belwood. 108 poaad. rlddea by Flynn. woa by a length tromGratttDAeTSr who beal Drum.tteA. 109. a half leng lor tt. pUce! TUna-18. GlaamooiZ 108; BtTLnke. lOff iSd tede'folSto - b"ln: IQ Lantte. 10fl, Glory, 88: ailae Cndy 8Tcton Tti!l Agatnat Badge oTea money etralght aad 3 to I itor place: agalaat Beymenr tor place, 8to L TAraa-qnartara of a ndla for two. Tear-old. Tha KanitA aii. 1 1 . r?yaa.wea by V-iok trant'vibtolTa. wtoT?-2 f iliiT 1 1 V i" VT. T umaa, J li, wae be UIOIH;" iTAaVdTaVVVll: .rea- ttlnagalnet the Boaletto BUyTe to! Placental! "7for "tooe, agalaat XabtoV Anr 1 Ilk. a aaaaavrl dtoate Ik. ea.. "-..- JS27f-Si3,w.4.,tl orer Tr,-TL "T - " , p "Za 1 L poana. rlddea by liaaovan, wea by tra lengtke rroai P-T-aeia lsl who waa alx 1TC v. a. awT. t ,w i" "H lx 4fta to froat of Le TchrSry igtl third. Tim g:3a. Taraula. 161- dnrilXZj tj,. and John Bart.joor lVrVnl Gcno?SoVHi rodabarw. ISO: TntnHt. Ian wt rodabajg. 180; PnMMttJ. 185,foiid I eon raa. BetUag-Agalnet Jim Unrnbreto and 8 to 1 tor pIaoe7aolJiat Baaaaii, Li pli to go the I 1 B&al.ha plaee,4toA AT BT. rAUL. t iTT LZfi" JntoOroBT won. with UtttaJoe aeoondaad Flora at aDeaald tAlrdTrUae gaoowD Bacb. PlTa-atghtka of a mile, tor two. 3r5'-1?. m" likt won. wlUAnaVtXSt net end and hllrar Charm third. Time 1 joa Tentu Bacb. Hotel Braa Baadloan ou n. s-ad-iid KftZrB . -auie aaa aa eighth, r-v. DEATH OF A TBOTTOTQ BTALLIOJT. PrmBOBO, Aag. L. Duueana, the trotting atallloa owned by Paul Eacke of thla city, died at Farla, Ky, tola Boning. At tha Home wood DrlTing Park tn thla elty In 1884 he mad a mlla In 3:174. Thla waa hi best official raeord. bat i ,Uwln ,B ?rta' a Belmont Park, PkUa! dalphla. la trial trot, he ehowed 3:1V and repeated U 3:15. After tha race at Homewood Park. Mr. Hecke waa offered B3&.0O0 for him. but he daollnad It. Bhortly attaV W Balntont trial Duqoeana nrptnrad a tendon and waa retired to Lh tud. Speaking of the Homewood raea, aa aid turfman said to-night: - Pat Hlgrina droT him. aad had Dnqoeaae bean pttahedor had he erea been allowed to go aa ha wanted. 8 :1ft would hare been hung out from tha Judgwr atand. But Hlggiaa waa eontent with well enough, and froat the draw-gate homo tha aama fallow waa allowed ta aaiah easy- . THAT . RXrOBTXB " DrVXSTTG ATIOJf." Wbbt Kxd. Lobo BBAjrca. K. J., Aag. L Tha following la tha decision ta tha Beporter eaaa: Tha KxaeatlTa Oomailttae, Baring fully utb-tl gated tha roaalBg of B porter in tha Paaaale Btakea. ara of tha opinion that there to no reaeea to baiMTe that tha horee waa not Intended or rtddaa to win. H. O. CBICKMOBB, SeereUry. Comment to nnnaoraiary. rxjrrsiLTj.ru. aailaoad to nor- . - M0CTB TARX MAC AM. Bpaelal tralaa laara Bew-Tork fren stations fawtaf Cartlaadtaad Deabroeae BtreeU erery raee day at llO A. M.. 13 aooa.aa4 1340 P. hL. aad aa Baturdaya only at 1 P. M, retamlag imiawiiieiaiJ ai i w A AXHTAWAT OX XMA JBBXD0JC ' hlla Thomaa Varrta af Sd Chariot Btraetwaa drlrlagsdaaabaarwaa tha bridge yaatarday afb-arnaan to Brooklyn, with MA Lawl Jaekaaa aa a paaaengar. hla horee aeek fright aad ram away. At tha BroekJya aaeaaraga Ue oak aoUktod aad looked wheel wtU a track, and Kama waa badly Injured By befog dragged, over taa pe ro sea i. ia waa ron aw m srwoaiya eooa Jaekaaa, who waa badly ahakan up, waa aaat KTOLM CMOttlt nOX 9AATXA Frank Olglatto af 71 Thiatpiw Btraet and GawtaMCaranbanaaf T CBxretta BtraaC Both boya ta thatr aaaaa, ware arrested yesterday while ta Brooklyn, eaarged with being masabara af tha gang that den crane1 tha Oarsaan Oat holla Ceaaotary of taa Holy Trinity, aaar tha Brrs sieaaa end etiila e nnaihaT of the metal eawaaaa from tha graree. Tky will ba arraUrBed bafora SLaana thia nwralag tar graad laraaay. toad two day aa-e by Adoala aaileware 4 -HIS. 0:A 0:A. iara to the UiLrd aaartor A tofef atoaeycaaacrA haadaMhe PlUabarc aorae-aaaa koala- heerllT a Uallaa. Orlckot prored to be eae of the faatoat aad ' imii.i. Lmi w reA ae eae Balaaed wUhla her llaalt la the toet TICTORXEg AVD TWO DEFEATS FOB tTKB CLCBg BE RE ABOUT. ta dafaat taa Breaklyn Batkptteherd ware aa thatr aaatrta. and did eepectoDy BJettawtaamsaraadaraa. The Balding was eleaa aad aaappy. Oaa little error altowedtae tha ran that e-rsataaOy prwredte be IhawlaalagaBa, With two oot aad a ea Brat laaa F1U throw fate eeatre Bald ta try- baee. Falta tot the hi the Balding. The scare: BBOOBAB, TOUCDO, (A A.) B. IB. PCX A B. Am i 1 ia t a Bteon.aa pimaa. LL.. Dauy. r.t.. 119 MTeeeaa. of.. 0 3 a o o a 3 Hpraanaa, Ll. 0 1 1 SwerrwArfl 3 Ktch1a-a.3b0 1 3 Vuiwk. ih a a Amrie, t... O-Brlaa. lb Falta. Oorhardt.3b nlKihMb.mA a a a 4 a fia, MoC-U'gb, n-waamaa, p.w woa Baga. a 0 0 4 1 o Total. Total 3 4 8714 3 Broaklra L - a a a n a i a a oi Totodo, T 0 a 0 1 0 1 0 0 ..8 Ftawt baaa lea amra Wmhtn 1 T.fi - Braoklya. B; Tolode. A TwaWe hlte-aimoB, Dally, titolen baaee-awartwood. A B track ont DaUy. MeCalloagA Werdea, (A) Sobmbeck, (2,) Caahjaaa, (8i Sega. Flret baaa oa ball Off McCal. lcagA8.adplica-moCaltoBAh Vmjtre-Meesra. Peealae, Bewee, and Bealey. TWO OAJU4 FOB BBOOBXTX The Breekiya VaUoaal League anb returned homo yeetorday, nTtor a aocoaaaful Westara trip, and was warmly raoatred by a geed-elied erowA Two games war played With tha FtttebnxgA the home teem winning both. Bna nrat game was a remarkable one. a it was Anlahed la leas time thaa say game Played tola geeaou. The Balding wae brilliant, and every raa enured by the two I ram wa earn ad. Iatheeeoand game tba Ftttaborg went to plecee. They playediUke a tot of amatoare. and eome of them found It aim eat bnpoeelble whaa the bell wa rolled to them to ap IV Terry started In to pitch for the w imd to sssp IV Terry started In topi Brooklras. bat gare way toFonUlaer hlmeelf for to-daye gama Foaesdldwa waa betted so hard Chat Left Fielder Oebar eroar to sere welL Glbeoa ehhaldwahah fMlalahawaterl him. Theseore, " JVrat waate. rmasuBo, fa. t.) ABOOBXTB, (. L.) i . - gAdey.exi a. ia.ro. a. a. i I 4 0 1 CoUlnASb...! 1 0 ru. A.n. Decker, c. ,10 nnaaey.BB.a a l Bunia, r.f..8 8 1 Foata. lb 0 018 Terry. Lt..l 8 0 0 0 1 0 8 1 1 laroqua, SblO nacaar, p. Berger. r.f . OiDaly. c 1 1 0 Oeberae. Lfll Balaa - Buuia, as o o 7 Wilson, lb. DOBoraa, axo 0 0 Lorett, p....O 0 1 Total J S 10 34 8 2 TotaL 7 8 37 13 1 KltUlmr...l 0 0 0 0 g 0 0 0 03 Brooklyn 4 0 0 0 g 0 0 0 ..7 Earned ran Pitta burg. g; Brooklyn, f. Pirat baaa on error Plttabarc. A. Left onbaeee Pitta-burg, g, Brooklyn. L Flret baaa en balls Lorett, 1, Btruok out4-Wfiaon. Home rnas Pink nay, Barns. Daly, aad BUller. Two-base hit-Terry, keerlfloe niw route i ana itoccer. trial ea poeec Buadey. Double play Donoraa and Fwots, OoUlna, Smith, aad routsT) Wild pltoh Lorett. Umpire Mr! Powers, I nVeoad 6M. BBOOBXTB. (M. L) n. la ro. a.b. Sunday, e. Miller. 8b. Decker, e. uoiua. 8b... 8 10 3 nnaaey, so. 8 Rums. r. L..S a s o o g 0 Laroaue. 3 Foots, lb. a. 8 Glbeoa. n. r. Terry. O. lb. Bergea,rLl 10..1 7 0 8mltA. ea....l 0 4 ueoomcu. Bales, as... WUson, lb. Caruth'rsJ.tS Donovan, exi Clark, e 8 Total uoruuu, ie o 0 Total--..3013B4 10 1 Pittsburg.. 100000001 ....11 1 3 3 3 1 0 ..-30 jnrooaiya.. Earned Brooklyn. A ranVIn 1 T Tlra haaa bv mm 7; Brooklysl Foots. 1: o a. a; anouii, a. iartou peaei nwoourg, 4. irTral baaa ea belle OC Terry. 1 , o4 Glbeoa, 8: eg Oaboma, A Struck out lerry, ijroaar. Laroqae, (8.) Some rans Plnkney. Bam. Three-baee alt Barns. Two-baee bite Pink, aey. Bams. IFouts, (A) Bacrilloe bite Fouu, Terry. DoaoTaa, Miller, Oeoeme. Stolen baaee OoUlna. Terry, Decker, naaney, reau, (I.) smith. Csruther. t A) Donoraa, Clark. Hit by pitcher Oarathers. Wild pltehaa-Tarry, GlbeenJS.) Oaborna, (A Passed belt-Clark. Umpire Mr. Powera. A CLOSl AMB WOX BT THX S1W TOMJ. Burketr derer kitting won the game tor the K" ew. Tork Katloi isl Leagaer at Indianapolis. The field lag of both teams was superb. Deris did phenomenal work ta centre for CUv aland, and Baaeett played a remarkable srame at seound. Theeeore by Innings: ClerelanA CM. L.) 01100000 0-3 Kew-York.l 10300000 .. 3 Base hltaUcierelanA 3, Nw-Tork. A Krrora-CSerelanA a, Kew.Tork, A Two-baee hlta Bur. kett, Denny. Flret beae on balls UUka, Tlernan, Glaaecook, IWelch. Stolen baeee McKean, Darla. Hornuiig. J Glaaecock. Betterlee GarBald and Zlmmer; welch aad Clarke. Hit by pitched ball ZImmer. Struck out Virtue, Smith. Lyons, Garfield. Tternaa. lft on beeee-Clereland. : New. TorA 8. Peaeed balls-Zlmmer. 3. Wild altchea Usraeld, WhloA Vmptre Mr. MeQnatd. BWIJCOb TEAK DLD SOT WUT. Tba Chicago Playsrs League teem defeated the New-York, (at Chicago by a acor ot 8 to 4. O'Day, who pitched for the visitors, was alt freely. Tba feature of the game ware Connor's tint. baas playing aad Braa' batting. Theeoore by Inning: Chicago (P.t.). 0 0040030 1-8 New-York J7. 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 3 0-8 Batterlesf-Barteoa aad ParreU: O'Dsy and Ewlnr. Earned ninS-Chloago, 2; Naw-York. a' BmWhiSt Cliloaga, 18; NewTYork. 8. Krrore-Chlcaao. 4-'L Two-baee hlta-Pleffar, Parreli. Bav BelA Three-baa hit Connor. Double plays Bart, eon. Farreli and Comlakey, Batfleld sad Connor. SJf b.bll,-PWef : Kew-YorA i Stolen baeee-Chlcego, 1. Hit by pitched ball -Gore. Struck outt-By Barteon, A Umpires Messrs. Any. dor aad Pearce. WABD 18 JCBILAKT KOW. It wae a eloae aad exciting eenteet between the Brooklyn i nd Pitta burg Players' League team at ntuDur a ut tbs visitors wan by heavy batting. 'I 'hm smftnaTab r8Bf innlfi awai ittDurg.p.U) 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0-g Brooklya.r a 3 0 0 0 1 1 0 ."U v.vvai. aa. . AUSM BtTtA AlAAlgJ AwUQrtXC. T' " " " aas w an. aaaaaABJa A lAlWSB-BgLAaga hto-orr, Joyce, Kushne, Blerbauer. Home run OTHXB GAMX& AT CHICAGO. Boston. Of. 0 0 8 4 0 0 3 0 AT CDfCTiniATL 1 -.8 0 1-3 0 ..-g uoicage Pblladelphk (N. L) 1 0 0 0 0 13 0 Cincinnati 0 Philadelphia, AT CLBTBLABD. m, (P. l.) o ooo 4- loo 8 04 0 0-3 yjeveieaq AT BCTTALO, Boston, (P, L.) 1 3 3 4 3 0 8 1 AT BTBACUBB. 6 3 0 0 3 3 3 ..-21 3 0-13 uuaaio LonisvUla. - 1 113 - 0 110 AT kOCBUTIE. 1 110 3 0 3 0 AT BAI.TTMOBB. 1 0 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 A 0 0 1 0 0 0 Syracuse..! a o Bocboatar. St. Louis. L 0 3-8 0 04 0 ..4 0 0-1 New-Hsvak Welti mntaA, NOTES. Tn Wagner brothezA heavy stock hoUart of the Philadelphia Players' League Usseban Club, bare purchased (the eharee ar Preeldnit Henry M Love, and Lth-te4ur gentleman yesterday preeented to the Simb.,?f1m"" Preeldent anS marober of the Roe of Wrajotora. The next regular meeting of the club wm bf held Aag. 18. at which time it u atatod Mr. J. Karl Wagner will be chosen Preeldent: Charles BamntoTwlll continue aaloanageTatUM Revere! elube are after ArUe ti,. who has beea released bj tha Qbloage Piayere' League On A Maa-ager Leftas of the Olactnaatla went to gyraeuee to eae Voa dor Ahe about getting Latham for the Cln-JlnnaOaVoB dor Abe eald that any club that would pay rAM0fornis release could have him. Latham reaerred by the hi. LouU Club, and so cannot be . . aj iinuwii una aaui ne u foimaUy relessed by 8k Louis. By winning twe games yaatarday the Brooklyn Na ttoaal League Clab has eome dangerously near the Phltodelpblaa, being but four polnta behind. Should the Phlllle lose to-day and tkeBrklegrooms wuTua Utter elubjwlU betehrst place. "w wta- The race far the ahsmplmshlp of tha A Una tie Aa eodaUoa to zctuag. Tha Bltlmnr are ahead new. JSyt!?7 FhmttetheSew.HavBBe. Should thekiew-Havena win agala to-day thay will be la Ue The Telejfle aad Braoklya AssocUtloa teams win play at taa Palo Grounds to-day. Aach clab has wen agame, aad teAaTa eontoet wlU probaaly be ex. tremely lively. Tha WaefilntoB aad Labaaoe Ciube played two tan. lags yaaterdav, whoa rala stopped the game. The eoare stood 4 to 3 la tar or of WaanlagtoaT It to said that the prsssat trouble In tha Washing, teatonasui be eel Lad by new backers taklag koSl At WssWagton Park this aftaraoon tha BreaUya aadtuabarg NaUonal Lsegae teams will nwat wnmrniAaa baa raleaaed Maaagar Pitcher vZaarto aha anraeeil.rt hl. The Rugate Players League Cwb has rslsnst PUcher Kfaok. ewvaral faamaa wera parte aaad yestordsy ea aa- ATi CSAA9XS corsrixAOT. Blaa, oaa of taa aaawaWm at tha Dlatrtot Attenoy-s omoa yeetarda aad aeked that there ba preeeutod ta taa Grand Jury tha facta eonoarnlng tha aA-raa- it betweea tha eloak eutters and mannfaotur arawlUgatew to ladlotmenta being round for ooaoplraay. Blaa waa oaa af tha fifty aaaa wh did aot go oat in tha atrika. wham tha agraa- it wag Baada It waa provided that aoa-onio at loin a Baton eaf ore taa could work. taailoa ambaaauontly refueed to raoeive allaawa that there wae aaoaeplrary mannfaotarere and aaton teen Ha wae told at tha Dtatnet Atterneyo aStea that aa tenet BDstka hla oorsplstat baXora a poUea FOUR aaat him. aad ttaxaVued a.n.ro.A.1. Ji a a ai -P 1 a 9i iili .5 o o o .5 a o a i - A I V 1 p o e e o Jl 4 8410 Si I I t aa, (. L) a laro.A.. t.l 0 3 1 2 ...01381 ...o o s a a (J O 0 2 4 1 .10 1 1 0 2 f.0 1 3 0 59 1 1 2 0 0 0 g 3 0 1 8 0 C ll 4 211311 -1.. T- ,ka rwaraaae 1 Aziv Berahapd tttara, gallad CUT A20) SUBUHBAK NEWS BXW-T0BX. To.Uiaater Taa Cott Baa been tafornaed by tategraph from Ban rraaclaoa that tha stoam- ilJ5f21 5TlTd t that port Thureday. July 31. with malU of the foUowlng dates: Heng- Xri SrT ilu f-IU aa to arrive tn '7i J". .Dert Taaatlay uornliig. The next aral Post Offlea la this city at 6:30 P.M. Aug. 0. Tha Baak Coxnmisaion met yeatarday. It U Mtepoeed of tha Mayor, tha Controller, and tha Chamberlain. Ko changes In the depositories of ilLf,W"r,.Badt Tha bank rite of later-tT. . , fLSe, L?"ue eltr' teonay on deposit, JSMil"4 PP0 Chamberlain John H. Campbell wa made Boerotary of tha commle- Btin another eontrlbutloa to the deaerrlng famfly at Btateu Island, wboee poverty was re-Uarad by fha grroatty of the reader, of Thb T'""l vw" reoelTod yesterday. "A Byrapa- Urgo fund already raised, audit will be so Tha Coffee Exchange yesterday, by a rota of 100 to 32, adopted the amendment to tbs by- IfZUfVQ J. ,eoB from all countries '"PI tTjf4 ahnll bo traded la on the Exchange. The new rule does not go Into effect, however, until September. lol. August Bebble, tuspected of baring caused tha death of Christopher Weber of 209 West Blxty-aecond Street, who died on Thureday night, waa ?7.Tlrd?T bT CP- KlJlllra. A Dep-wlhlr 7! e'de . utoPT and found that Weber tiled from natural eauaea. The New-Tork Retail Grocers' Union will hold Its ninth annual picnlo and Bummer-nlghTs fea- An1? .8"i"Xjf ?IrIf;m WW Park. Second Zff , One Hundred and Twenty-aixth Htrt t Thuradar. There will be shooting aad bowling contest for priie. Thb Tutxahas recelTed from Gerard Beek-rnan of Oyster Bay S5 to be used In providing m'7. elca7'" for poor mothers and SHJ oro,ny otber partment of the freeh-persna!" Tte moner nt to the proper Patrick Healey, one of the "laborers who wa ao badly Injured by the fall of the rubbish chute JtlJii W.etJ.,2.Un,OB Biding last Wednesday f0?; died yeaterdav at the Mew-York Hos-linA aeoond death from tha aocl- A man meeting for expression of opinion on the recent riot In rteroum and ConstaaUno-P.1 ld by the Armenian colony of this tT Eaatern b'ur Hall. Third Avenue and Seventh Street, this evening at 8 o'clock. The Bev. Clifton H. Levy, who was recently elected rabbi of the Congregation Gates of Hope, will enter into office and deliver his first r11 .. the Temple, 115 Kaat Elghty-alxth Street, thi morning at 10 o'clock. The Bev. Dr. Dunnell. rector of ATI Saint Church, New-York, will sail for Liverpool, Aug. 6. on the Nevada of the Gulon Line, for a short trip abroad. Cappa'4 Seventh Regiment Band wilt give concerts on the Mall in Central Park this afternoon and to-morow afternoon at 4 o'clock. BBOOKLYK. Police Commissioner Hayden of Brooklyn yesterday dismissed Policemen Joseph Flynn of IS I?eBt5 Spinet and John J. Sharkey of the Sixteenth Precinct from the force for intoxication. In the eaae of Officer Thomaa Keegan of the Fourth Precinct, who was found by his roundsman playing cards In a liquor store, tha Commissioner reserved his decision. Isaac Jay, a silversmith formerly employed at Tiffany' but out of work for aome time, oom-mttted ulclde yesterday afternoon In the St Clair Hotel, Brooklyn, by taking an overdose of laudanum. He wa an Englishman and In tha laat stages of consumption. The unknown man who died ot sunstroke Thursday at 8L Catharine's Hospital, Brooklyn, was yesterday Identified as Phnip Zachmanof 107 Stagg Street, Williamsburg. The body was removed to his home. WESTCHESTER COTJ2JTY. Cyrus Lawrence, second, of South Salem has been appointed a special census agent for the collection of statistic of manufacturers in P eeka kill. Tarry to wn.Yonkers, and Port Chester. The Yonkers German societies went on their excursion to Bay Cliff Park, Staten Island, yesterday, and they filled two barges and a steamer. The will of Mrs. Maggie Brandon, a widow of Mamaroneck, oi video her estate of about glO.000 among two brothers, three sisters, and a niece. There la to be a children's choral service In St Thomas's Episcopal Church at Mamaroneck tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'clock. Sheriff Sohlrmer of Westchester County has appointed George M. Kopp ot Sing Sing a Des-uty Sheriff. STATEX ISLASD. The Corinthian Athletlo Club of West Ksw-Brlghton. having received Its charter ot organization from Albany, has elected the following officers: President H. M. Sobnarr; Vioe President James Kerr; Treasurer J. G. Baymond; Secretary J udson Worrell; Captain John Kob-erteon. LOXO ISLAND. J. P. Bennet reported to tha Coney Island police yeetorday afternoon that he had stolen from him at Brighton Beach a gold hunting case watch, chain, and locket. $85 in bills, besides keys and other small articles. KEW-JEBSET. Just after the settlement by the courts In favor of the railway company of tha litigation over the River Street front between the Pennsylvania Railroad Company and the city of Ho-boken the company erected a high fnce around the property it claimed to own. The city demanded the removal of the obstruction, but the company paid no heed to the demand. Yesterday Street Commissioner Kelly tore down the feuoe. The trespass will probably lead to litigation. When Henry Herdo, a silk wearer, reached his home In Union Hill for dinner at noonday yesterday he acted so strangely that his wife went for a doctor. When she returned ho lay unconscious In a pool of blood on the floor. He had plunged a razor Into his abdomen. The physician thinks that the heat drove htm crazy. Hla recovery to considered Impossible. Surveyor for the Pennsylvania Railroad are at work at Eliza bath and, It is rumored, are going to take an additional strip of land twenty feet wide along the line of tbe road from the property owners. This will be done by application to the court to condemn the land whioh la wanted by the railroad. Mayor Rankin of Elizabeth yesterday gave his personal check to the city for $3,003 to pay the salaries of the police for July. The fiscal year expiree July 1. and tha police in consequence would have to wait until the taxes were paid In October had It not been for tba generosity of the Mayor. The quarterly report of Chief of Police Mur- 5 by shows that during the three months ending une 30 1,7 (id persons war arrested In Jersey City. IZC1SX COMMISSIONERS DXMVS. Argument upon the demurrers to the Indictments of Excise Commissioners Koch, Meaklm, and Fitzgerald, who are charged with'' malfeasance In office tn not revoking licenses of liquor dealers who kept open their saloons election day within Illegal distance of the polls, waa heard by Judge Martina of the Court of General Sessions Yesterday. Ex-Judge Dlttenhoefer argued for he Commissioners that not sufficient facta had been set forth to warrant a trial, and that the Exetse Commissioners were not limited In time aa to the making of decisions. There wea, therefore, no misdemeanor In not having given decisions In the cases reported by tha City Reform Clnb. , Mr. Dlttenhoefer also argued that tha statute In regard to saloons not being open within a quarter of a mile of a polling place referred to towns and village and not to larger citlee where many polling places were necessary. Assistant District Attorney Parker, for tha people, asserted that the Indictments were drawn correctly and that the allegations therein wera strictly according to law. Judge Martine reserved his decision and gave three weeks to the lawyer to present further briefs. m TM0VMLA AU0SQ LXC0RICX DBAZXX3. Ob tha complaint ot Jean BT M. Dncha. a licorice manufacturer of this elty, London, and Paris, Alfred Worsuop, formerly la hla employ, but bow af tha firm ot Van OpstaL Worsuop dt Co.. rival lieortee manufacturers ot 23 South' Sixth Street, WUliamebarg. waa arrested yesterday charged wtth forging twe chocks for amounts aggregating $234.41. aad with embea-sliag the money. He will have a aearg to-day. MOT AT IBM COXMTXX AOADXMT. 3 the Batter a ta jr-rsrk ftmajr The report that Maaaal oarraoAwao issuatrtng ess leprosy, was a stadeat at tha Paaaaylvaala Military Academy, Cheetar. during tha past year, at without toaadatloe- The ywaag as has eat at aay tttao baaa eaaaactod with tea teeotattoa, nor has he evoevtottod the ally at Cheater. Pvaa. oa the pabBosttoa ad tha aafoctuaata eaaa, the aaxaantto of tha academy eauea my saw w tae ropers, aaa aww eeaaa a v imva siwj, . v., uuvi lempwwje-. Dzpaarxorr. IMriaioa oa CXixtmmocs DhV A BBW-XoafcFrAlay, Aag. A lam. laearra teal taJ KAAUa LET XO SPOILS ZSCAFX. ': 1 .--' 5 IXTBIOCK FOB AM OTT1CX CSKATXD BT A KOS-PABTISAK CITIXISTl' MOTIMI3TT. Tba contest betweea the people aad the poll-tteianB baa fairly begun la the apper wards of tba dry, where tha excitement ever tba eomtng election ot a Commissioner who shall have charge ot street Improvements ta those wards has already almost reached campaign terror. Although the politic! ana have not yet coma out openly and declared what they wffl do, ft to pretty well understood that Henry XX Parroy ha hla eye upon the upper ward and Intend to bring all of hi Influence to bear to secora eon-' trol ot them. Evidence hav already appeared that be 1 laying bis pipes to control the noalna-tloa tor tha office of Commissioner, and tha hla agents are quite active among tha ward wofter with promise ot patronage aad other official favor la tha hope of forestalling any movement by property owners and taxpayer tor tha nomination and election ot a Commlaaiaaer who wui not be tha slave of any party or party ass- Mr. Purroy to not unaware thai tha gentlemen w7, T? active ia Securing the passage of the bill which provided lor this Comaiiaaivuer have aot beea idle of late. They under land hla scheme perfectly, and aa far aa that echeaie may contemplate purely political control of the office or Couimlasloner, timy Intend to defeat it The commltteoeof the taxpayers and property owners aaaoclatione who were Instrumental ia procuring tha passage of tha bill nave joined hands again in order that tbe oblecta for which they worked may not be defeated and made tributary to any selash political schemes. A circular has beea Issued from this Joint eom-"f a hloh a strong appeal Is made to voters of tha district that they do their duty la the coming contest. The circular recites the fact ot 'xtfn year ot mismanagement and misrule at tha hands of tha Park Department, and appeala tovoter to stand brine Interests which soo-eeeded finally In relieving the district of Its political Incubus. Since the relief waa afforded outside ot parties or political affiliation, and since the new law, If it is to have the desired effect, must result in tha election of aa oaoer who will be faithful to the Interests of the district rather than subservient to the dictation ot a party, the voters are earnestly Invited in tha common interest of all to lend their aotlve cooperation tn securing the election ot a proper person for this office. The circular make the point that the legislation was started for tbe people and that It waa approved as a people's bill, in agitating this reform the committee acted for the general Interest and procured the enactment of the law In spite of the many dlffloultlee and discouraging obstacle. The growth of the district having been retarded by the defective system, which permitted such waste of public money that there are to-day over sixty miles of highway In the upper wards In an almost Impassable condition. It ia urged that If the desired Improvement to to be brought about. It can be dona only by tha election to the office of some man who will en-Joy at the time of hi nomination the respect and confidence of the people and will have behind him a record, favorable to tha movement for self-government. Thi circular has made a profound impression In Ue upper wards, and all the associations Interested In the new law are now engaged In active missionary work in behalf of such a nomination as will be fitting and will serve the purpose for which the bill waa paased While there Is no avowed candidate whom property owners have yet Indorsed, the general sentiment seems to favor the nomination of James D. Welto, who has been foremost for years la every movement for the benefit of the annexed district, and who would no doubt add very much to the material value of the district and care for it Interests in every way If ha were elected Commissioner. The mention of his name has already had the effect of discouraging other candidate, and tha politicians hare not yet dared to name anybody who might be put up in opposition. It ia the Intention of tha members of the Citizens' Committee to push the movement with vigor, and to be ready at the proper time to place a candidate formally In the field. It la very hopeful ot presenting so atrong a front that Purroy will not dare to dictate a nomination to bis subordinates. At the same time they are not St all confident that they will be alone in the eld, and thay will proceed wtth the work which they have undertaken as vigorously as If the strongest political factors were already arrayed against them. DUE TO THE RISE I2T BULLION. THB PBICE OF SOLID SILVER PLATE OOAS UP 15 PEB CINT. The silver manufacturers ot New-York City have put up the price of solid silver plate 15 per cent, owing to the recent rise In the price ot silver bullion. Mr. Bliss of the Gorham Manufacturing Company said yesterday that the advance In the price of solid silver plate was only tha natural result of tha advance In tha price of bullion. Silver Jewelry and plated silver wares will not be affected, however. In price. The reason of this is that the quantity of silver used In these article is so small aa not to make any material difference. In silver Jewelry It 1 the workmanship and not the quantity of silver that fixes the price. Tbe advance In price, therefore, will be confined to those drticlee in which the value ot the allver used is greater than the value of tha workmanship. Mr. Bliss said that the silversmiths of New-York were not apprehensive of any scaro-ity of silver. On the contrary, they were satis-lied that there was an abundance of silver, but that It was being held for speculation. If the price of bullion continue to Increase, the silversmiths will proportionately Increase the prices of their wares, a condition that applies, not alone to Kew-York, but to the country la general. 0UB NEW SHIPS OF WAR. A good deal of inquiry has been' made aa to the reason for the long delay In tha San Francisco's trial trip. In thia connection It may be well to state that tbe San Franelsoo Is making ready far more rapidly than did the Philadelphia, and It is altogether probable that her trip will be made In a muoh shorter time after launching than was that of the Philadelphia. The delay Is explained by the San Francisco' builder to be due to the delicate o Deration of I mounting tbe propellers. These weigh about .af.AA. .tin.... n J I. .1 I , i . I t flanges together with their concave centrepiece careful work was required. Besides theee there were tae details of testing bolt heads, fitting brass work, painting, ana finally turning over the engines, a process that involved a thorough examination of each separate set of engines In all Its parts. The ship wa aald to be nearly ready last Wednesday, and her trip ought to take place within tbe eoniing week. Tha officer of the Baltimore ar very proud of her work In the recent Porland manoBBvrea, A Srivate letter from the ward room says that she i without doubt a faster ship thaa the Philadelphia. It continues: "The measured speed of the Philadelphia waa 19.678 knots. The speed which the revolutions of her screw on the trial trip would give without loss by slip was 2A032 knots, so that It had 18.11 per cent slip. Tha measured speed of the Baltimore waa 20.1 knots;, on her trial trip tha screw speed waa 24.700 knot. The propeller oa both ahipe ara exactly of tha same area. The only difference to In the pitch, that of the Philadelphia being 20.3875, and of tha Baltimore. 21. id. If wa take the same slip as the Philadelphia gives aa her own, 18.11 per cent, wo would have aa actual speed for the Baltimore of 2U.234 knot Even In the first ease it shows that tbe Baltimore is faster by half a knot than tha Philadelphia, using tbe letter's figure. Bear Admiral Walker's official report oa tha results attained by tha nine months cruise of tha squadron of evolution, or. as it to sometimes called, "the Darwinian fleet," Is awaited by naval officers with the keenest interest The Bear Admiral ba been a close student throughout the erulee, not only a to the vexed questions concerning the efficiency of hie own command, but alao concerning the squadron of other nations with which his fleet constantly came In contact in tha Mediterranean.' It to everywhere conceded that an exhaustive report from the commanding officer of the first squadron of evolution wLQ contain suggestions and eatabliah precedents that could ba secured ta no other way. The efforts of a Western Congressman to secure the contract for building a Government cruiser at a lake port served to call public attention to the wonderful development at tha shipbuilding Industry in that section. Kow comes the building at Superior of a steel craft of the MeDougall type, to cost more thaa a million dollars and to have a capacity ot A50.-OOtf bushels of wheat, with a structural strength enabling her to carry this cargo aad tow two loaded bargee at the same time. The veeael will belong to the Northern Steamship Company's outfit and Its construction will employ ooo men. Six additional craft of tha same type are alas to ba built at tha same yard. Brxjr szsTXXs or mxxot zzclvdxd. Both Wood aad 8 locum, the twe convicted murderers awaiting execution by electricity in Sing Blag Prleoa. are very desirous af seeing tha Bisters af Mercy, and have baaa allowed ta writs to them to eome up to see them. Principal Keeper Connaoghtoa deckled that If they earn thay would have to have aa order frees the court to bo taken to tile mesv Judge Marti granted tha a e nary ardor yesterday. ojrT tox tsx -cat nrr&r ft ta BAUsr a the JTsss-ForB Femur BvtagtaadwtTAavaeAtetereat the srtleto ta Tbb Ttataa Moaeay. July f, ragardlsg a awe at ta ea. tehltoha -traaa-atr read tar earn, - fersatt me to aay I win be very glad to eel eeadlttoa tlitfthe ease a kea frees Wi to eata timet aad aawer brauahi hark WfcST FoCavTBEATat BTBXXT. ' Baw-ToaA. Friday. Aag. 1, lawk r JUST .WHERE TO GET COOL. a I' a OM ADOPT! A ITgTXBT WHICH G1TSS GBKAT BATUTACTIOX. -' U aay body wast he tad tha aoalatl alaaa la an the length aad breadth at thla large elty, let him east his eyas apoa Usee faw Baas aad take ax SOS) OUOrteaZtoa Which tAareda to Mr. Thee das a Mean Aaa Uinu tu pUee, and It require a windlass aad hag persuasive powers to gat Blaa away freentt Tbs place to eoater U spots thaa tt la te ether spots, aad ta tha spots that ara eoal Mr. Moaa has takaa toplaaUng himself, where, aa at theee days, hi friend eenfideetly expect to asa him take root aad sprout Icicle. The Star Theatre le tha place, aad naxl weak Pwaoa whs want to get eool may, far a ssawleV eretioB whioh to amply repaid, ga ta there. Jumping, as they enter the wide doors, tram a torrid heat late the stoat delightful atmosphere. They have a aew system at eooUag at the etar, aad tt It works ail the rest af tha Bummer as It worked yesterday it will prove a great suet ass. Taa ystesa aa applied to tha eeohag ot large building to entirely a aew oae. although It haa beea aaad tor other purposes. The present system, or eombuiauoa of ay ate oaa, waa aeelgned by Mr. T. MoCoabrmy. Secretary of the Crocker-W heeler Motor Company, and promptly adopted by Mr. Moee for his theatre. The arrangement to slmsle. aad thla la ft: Ia the baaasaeat of the theatre building, next to the big air abaft, la fixed a Startevaat blower S feet la diameter. Thla powerful auettoa instrument draw down rafts af the air from above the roofs of the urrouadiag balldlags aad foroea It into a great big lee laak. Two tons of lea ara la the top af this teak, aad as U melts tha water trickles down over several corrugated iron inclined plaaee. Taa air strikes the bottom plane and winds its way rapidly ap to the Ice Itself, getting cool asltpsiaes Bp Beachlag the lee It passes over that substance and through long ducts it la forced aa under tha auditorium. Then comes the delightful part at Ue performance. In each of the aisle of the orheaira. la tha floor, are placed at convenient distances eight register, through which this outside sir. cooled to ley coolness by this time, rushe-s up In streams ot unseen comfort. Its effect ta Instantaneous. It cools everything in It Immediate vicinity, aad if you happen to atand over one of the register you will feel as it life waa really worth living after alL Theee subterranean aerial floods fm tha whole Interior with much alacrity and eool air, and. In order that the fresh air may ba kept constantly In motion, a dozen or so large eleotrle fans ara placed on the walla and buzz the air into a state of continued activity. By actual measurement yaterday afternoon, after the system had gotten fairly at work. It was IS" cooler In the auditorium than It was in the lobby, aad the air waa perfectly treeh. Two tons of tea will be need In cooling the theatre at each performance. - f ?ter del!l5lfH1 P ' contrivance Is a trick bv which the sir is not only kept cool and treeh. but perfumefs well. A huge sponge. !5t.,KtoiwlU P0. Placed at the mouth of the principal air duet and in a few seconds the whole theatre to filled wtth Just tbe faintest suspicion of a delicious odor. Mr. Moss's Idea Is to chaa ge the perfume every half hour, and. aa Mr r"1 ilo5 the Star, hie Idea will Probably be carried out The blower to worked by electricity and forces into the building 20 0OO cubic feet of air erery minute. " ' THE WHEELS SET IN MOTION. THS CUSTOMS ADMISI3TBATIYB LAW GOES INTO BFFBCT. ' Yesterday was tha first day ot tha operation of the McKlnley custom admlnlstratlva law. It want Into effect without any apparent friction. Certainly there waa no confusion at the Custom House, Special Deputy Collector Couch, who has been devoting all of his spare time to studying tha provisions of tha new law, aald yesterday afternoon that everything was running smoothly. It was somewhat fortunate, he said, that business happened to ba rather light' He had beea Instructed that Invoices which were properly authenticated oaor before July 31, under the laws in tdtee at that time, would be accepted for the purpose of eatrie when hereafter preeented. Mr. Couch haa i repared a statement giving his construction of certain parts of the law and, as he haa twice been In ??Iu'"-!lon VMn,rtn the Becretry of the Treasury, hi conclusions will nndoubi-sdly prevail. Here to tbe Board of General Appraiser appointed by the President under the new law. as at present constituted: Col George C Tichenor of the District of Columbia, President; Cot James A. Jewell of New-York. J. Lewis Btack- Massachusetts, a H. Ham of Chicago. Judge H. W. Somerville of Alabama, Gen. gTh. Sharp of New-York. Joseph B. Wilkinson of Louisiana. F. U. Shurtleff of Oregon, and Thad-deus G. Hharrette of Maryland. They met yesterday, with the exception of Mr. Sharretu, at the Custom House and organized formally. The quarters in Canal street which the member ot the board who are to be stationed at Kew-York are to occupy will be ready for i?" S?xt we-. Mr- Sharretu will probably ba la tha city to-day. 2IRS. CONLON'S 8T0RT. SHE SAYS 8HB WAS BJCOCKKD DOWH AND KICKED BT A PATBOLMAX. Mr. Ellen Conlon, tha wife of a dairyman living at Ninth Avenue and Ninth Street, Brooklyn, told a story to Justice Tighe yesterday morning which. It true, to likely to get Patrolman William J. Gorman Into (ronble. Mrs. Conlon said that Thursday evening she chastised a boy who had hurt her baby, and the boy raa away and returned In company with the officer. i1 w"lnmy.own house at tha time," said Mrs. Conlon. but the officer came right in and began to argue with me, I told him he had no right in my rooms and I ordered him out Then be seized a flatiron and struck me tn the back with It, and after knocking me down kicked me in the abdomen aad about the leg, aad finally put the handcuffs on ma and took me to tha station house." MraConlon handed Judge Tighe a eertiflcata from Dr. Bowser to corroborate her statement, and the Justice directed her to make a complaint against the policeman. She did so, and his case will be heard on Aug. 19. A DANIXL COMB TO JVDQMXXT. The pilot boat Edmund Blunt Bought tha assistance of Staten Island law, without uoceaa. Thursdsy night Two of her crew refused to go to sea when tha order was given to up anchor while lying off Stapleton. A flag was hoisted, union down, to attract attention from the revenue cutter Manhattan, which waa Just passing, and La response to thla the b-tin bvri down and Capt Congdoa hailed the pilot boat In reply to hia lnqulriee the skipper of the Bluet shouted that he had mutiny oa board and wanted the cutter's crew to arrest tha mutineers. Capt Congdoa replied that he had ao Jurisdiction la the matter and steamed away. Then the skipper succeeded in getting help from the shore, arrested tba two men who would not go to sea, aad took them before a Justice of the Peace. That person liberated the men, declaring that aa the anchor had not yet been raised the voyage had not begun, and no mutiny had been committed. Yaaterdav naArnln fK. niH. .vt... . nth., mm mrtA mi. . - - - . m. TEIXD AATIOSAL BAXA ATTAlXt. There wae a brief meeting of the Directors of tha Third National Bank yesterday. After adjournment thia official utement was given aut: " At the regular meeting af the Board of Directors of the Thirdaueauiaak held teaay UwaaSS ttoa of Mr. Bobect M. Ualtaway aa PTaahtoat watTeX eepted. he still remalslag ia the beard ae a Mrsetor. Mr. Charles Lanier ass But tendered ale rcalgaatloa. tZJJ? Mr.W. HJear,PreElu Aew-lerk Life Iaauraaoe Compaay, aad hU. Gear - -oe were elected Direotore to all la twe vaoaadee In tba beard. It la the aaaalmeua optntoa af tee Pi-rooter praaent that toe capital aad surplus of tbe haakuBoaaUagtogl.M.UUU, to entirely eato aad Mr. Cos stated yesterday afternoon that ha would probably accept the lMrectorshlp. Ha thought Mr. beer would alao accept Action at the meeting on the election of a new Preaident waa deferred, and Vice President Buckhout will ba la charge of tha bank until a Preaident ia chosen. CXJCXAT MATCBXB TO-VAT. The Metro pull taa District Cricket Lsagmecbam-piaaatip match aa scheduled tor te-day are as fallows: BedtorA against Xew-York CUb,at Prospect Parks HnJimr muw. raa, County team, ai CUai iZiSl Prospect -ark; iha siniiaaa The Breaklyn Clab win play a cricket ssateh with the Berkeley Athtotto One M WkaWy Oral The Btetea lalaad Cricket Clab aad the Amateur taagaeet Uuecuywill play a match atUvmgatea, The second alerea of the Kings Oeaty aad aetiiaa Cricket ckaha will play a Mtee teJ ..Tf .. aad Bew.Terk Cricket Ctafe Batumi eteveae will play a snatch at Pert Basautoa. JfB. XCBXTTLXXTM XODT 13 TBJM CZIT. The body of Mr. George L. Behayier, tha last af the donors of tbe America Cup and the Vector of the Vw-York Yacht Oak, who died on board thai flagship Eleetra Thereday while tha clab fleet waa riding at anchor la Bew-LeauUa Har bor. waa brought to thi city yeetorday morning on the Fall Blver steamboat It now lie at ail late resides oa. IB West Thirty-Ore Btraet The mesa here of the family will he lathe city to-ay. aad tha funeral arraageanenu will he ad. The Bew-York Yacht alabaaoaa to new daeenad oa eooeunt of the annual oral, but by or dm a froaa CeanaaoAor Gerry the clab Basr was at half auest yeaoarAay. THE iiOrARNMASr IS JEALOUS m CHKXI MTST XOT Bl CIXD FOB . ADTXBTISIBQ PITKPOflU. : . A typewriter amnantaotavtna; ermpaay tn thla el ty Borne time age racvlved aa ardor free tha raited States Gererameat tor a asm her af saa-ehlnea. Whan the msekiase ware delivered, tha eompany received Cade Sam'aaheckfor B7(Xk aad tha bright Idea af aalag a taa stmUs af thai tor aa adrartiaement eeettrred to tha BUAagwr. He took tha aback to aa eagre vtag aempaay tor the paxpeee or hartag tt aagravad. bat the head at tbe Ana remembered aa anpleaeeat sxperV eaee with the Government ba relation to there-, prednettoa at a postage stamp, aad suggested tie tite typewriter gentleman that he had bettos? STTVt Cb?' Brooks ot the hew-York BaraaA the Cnttod atatoe secret ewrvtea. tBrookAtethe surprtes of hla visitor, emphatically prohibited the proposed r prod no. " Belated oat that under the law tt would ba both forgery and sous tort ttlag- Tha af the typewriter oompaaywa at JfT'P0 to disregard Chief Brooks's pre-" with hia btti prefect, par. tlcalarir aa it waa a part of hla plaa tepat tha -r-lmlto- acre, the tacTec usi tepra. d action, but be soon found that danger lay taiBly be prosecuted. Chief Brooks notified tha author! tie at Waakiagtoa. aad the reault waa a letter to the company from the Attorney uaa raJphaeUiag the prohlUUum c Us Boorei The typewriter eompeay has takaa aa farther we eaee a. bub posed ta aaaka aiatter ta tha courts. SAILED CP NORTH RIVER. eamamaBseesBAmmuBBmanw. KXCTBJ10B OF THE CH1LDBKB OF OOD FBOTIDEBCB MISSION. The ahBdraa beloagiag to Gad Prvvvdaae aUaatoa Sunday and Sewing School wars glvaa a aall ap North Blver yesterday aa tha barge Carry. Mrs. John A. Foster, a founder at the miasloa aad at tha head of tha sewing aehooli tha Bar. Brockholst Morgan, who haa charge' ot tha miasloa: Superintendent Henry Ardee. Henry A Line. Mlaa Line, aad others who ar later-eeted la this eharttable work accompanied the children an tha excursion. About two hundred expectant reetleas ehtt drea marched from tha mlssloa house, at 237 Broome Street to tha barge. They were soon romping and dancing about on tha desk. -The bargs left at 10 A. M. and returned el o P. M. No landing was made. Tha provisions for tha "?ls?.,l PP' '"era riven by tea Brunswick Hotel, tbe Fifth Avenue Hotel, the Uo. man House, kielachmenn's Vienna Bakery, lea cream by the Horton loa Cream Compaay, toe by the alniekerboeker lea Company, and enpe aud spoons by the Central Stamping Company. Brummell and John Hnyler gave seventy-flve pound of candy. Lent' Band of Brooklyn tar nished muale tor the merrymakers. . Thla mission waa founded tn March. 1889. aad opened at 42 Easex Btreet Though tt I sap. Ported by Episcopalians, children of all denominations are received. The sewing school as opea every Friday from 8o to 5 P. M. and haa aa a verage attendance of eighty. A boat ninety children attend the Sunday school. All tha teachers are volunteer, who gladly give up a part of their leisure to tha good work ot keeping children off the street in oae ot tha worst tenement quarter of the dir. THE ANNIE GOODWIN MURDER. JCDOB BEACH FIXES THB BAIL OF M'OOSEGAL AND THE SHAW W0MAB. Judge Beach of tha Supreme Court yesterday fixed the bail of Dr. Henry O. MoGonegal. committed by tba Coroner to await tha aetloa ot tha Grand Jury for causing tha death ot Annie Goodwin, at 820,000. The bail of tha woman. Fannie JX Shaw, waa fixed at f 1,000 aad Wllk dtochargei11 oolotd ehman, was ordered Of Dr. MoGonegal Judge Beaeh says: -The testimony showing his auendsnoa upon tha de-ceaeed at Mrs. Collin' house, hla removing he to Mrs. ShswA continuous attendance there, -with the harrowing details of the manner tn which he disposed ot Ue body, clearly showing aa effort tor eoDcealmeut, may lead to his Indictment and conviction (unless met upon the trial) for tbe crime of manslaughter in the flret degree. This to a bailable ode nee la the discretion of the court The amount ef the bond should be enough to secure the defendant' appearance to answer, and to fixed at BVO.OOO. which, under the clrcumstanee, seems to ma neither excessive nor unreasonable. Assist sat District Attorney Bedford was aat-Ufloa with Judge Beach'a decision. He had. he said, offered to use Davie aa a witness before the Coroner's Jury, but hia lawyer had refused to let him testify, and the Jury had thereupon held him. The prisoners sad their counsel will be at tbe District Attorney office thi morning, when Dsvis will be discharged aad ex-Judge Bedford will examine the eeeurity offered by Dr. MoGonegal and Mre. Shaw. 0NE OP RUSSIA'S VICTIMS. THB "WIFE OF A POLITICAL PBIS0NKB ABBIYES IN KEW-TOBK. Among tha arrivals at the Bargs Office yesterday was an attractive-looking Russian woman ot about twenty-tour years, accompanied by her baby, both ot whom, according ta all aeeoaata, are regarded as dangerous Nihilists by the Bue-slan Government The young woman name la Mr. Anne Batner, nod aha came la oa tha steamer Obdam, which arrived Thursday. She haa Just completed a term of three years' Imprisonment In Siberia, where her husband atiU remains, tier baby waa bora while aha waa la captivity. Mrs. Bstnerla a woman of education aad refinement Four year ago she wa graduated froze the highest school In fct Petersburg, sod boob after married Dr. Batner, a successful and wealthy physician. They lived happily for a time, but suddenly the Government, wlthoct any explanation or excuse, confiscated thedoe. tor's property. Aa appeal was made to the Czar, but with no effect Dr. Batner, smarting tinder the outrage which had beea perpetrated upon him. attendeJ meetings of the ixsople at which be made eteto mente of hia wrong. He wss then arrested, charged with Nihilist tendencies, and both he and bis wife were hustled ofl to Siberia. Dr. -Batner term haa not yet been completed, but he will Join his wife in Wichita, Aan-. ae soon as he le liberated. Mrs. Batiter-s parent are now living there. col. BvsTxrea will. Tha WUI of the late William H. Hosted, who died suddenly a few days ago at Broadalbia, N. J, bearing date May 23, 1&85, with three codicils, was offered for probate In the office ot Surrogate Abbott Brooklyn, yesterday. The Lone Island Loan and Trust Company Is made the solo executor and trustee, and tha bulk of CoL Hosted' estate to left to his son. Herbert Seymour Hasted. Liberal provision is made for tha widow, she being left the nae of all tbe furniture, horse, and carriage, and tha income front B42.0O0 of bonds and stock to to be hers absolutely. ko Bros rox xxooxltx boxds. Vat a single bid was received yesterday for a 3 per cent permanent water loan of $1,000,000 by tha Brooklya Controller, aad only oaa but from the Bowery Savings Bank for 8400,000 ef Ue 8450,000 of the main sewer relief aad ax-tension fund 3 per cent bonds. Thia ia aald to) be the first time in the history of Brooklyn that each a thing happened, and the absence of bidders Is chiefly attributed to the tact that at many business men are out of town. A LIMIT OX STXEZT OrXKIXO. The Board of Street Opening and Improvs-Bieat yesterday received a petition signed by a large number of residents of the nind dlatrtot asking that Jerome A venae be opened frota tbe Boulevard to the Bound. The matter waa laid over after Mayor Grant and Commleeiorier Gilroy had aald that tt wae the policy ef tba board not to open any street more thaa a mile la length nnles the cost was paid by those whose property was benefited by tha lmprvve- CHICAG0 LIVE STOCK. CB3CAOO, Aag. L-Taere waa a aamewbat steadier tea to th Caul market tAy. Trading ta Caws aad Ban waa largely at prtosa betow 82 40, ta fast 8LMAB2 were the poewler prices, taeegti stew ax. tra fetched 7SW3. Bale af ahlpatag CUui s were at BA2444A4. Only a vary few lots soidahwre ' S4.44! the BTwvaaiag figure, wars BX.74eV-sA Tex. a CatU. It erf good suUry. aaa at at easy rasas, ha emmie grade were doil aad weak, trfaeiatmae were: Astra Cattle. S4e64-B4s ehetoa Catu B4A4e4.0; goo graAea aaippag Baaara. S44 a-! medrarn ahlpplag sua re. &eaA4s eaaa. Base to fair Mi ears. ulJrtlM: inaimim to chat tie Ball. 41 604V1.7S; gawd to raceoe Cwwa. Baa,74 aaar Oowa, Bi-xaai-sej etocsers aa IeVrs, BAlftweg.:; Tezss Steer. 473-j ituevevsfi.ntfz.ui lezaaBaua, euvea The Hag mark I waa aettv early la th day and vary atreea. TWe wae sharp kayiag ta by ehlp. para aad Chicago park era, aad pneee war rua ap ia . 4evSX7e tor heavy wateat. to 4sas4 turn mixed aA mediem. aad W 4Aaxas4.ft4 tar ns-hh eerte, whiea was aa edveare mm Taareday-e sua- nenae aei-wa. aastaeaaraaee was aas eaata Th mrtu here to grww weaker aaeat lo Th Baarkat bar to grww w eases' aaeat IO a rises, aad kemrs a. .a me ef tee mersisrs advaae had aaaa tost, etoelag Scares being sA.T4wx 9 , fctj heavy. SAT as AM lot assaam wmgbto. aad as 74 light saaa stag ware Bane-rev. lAw haA) Atega. tavOl - mm lfn"KHWI 9t the manager express iilmeelf aa i Bed that the rcDrodueUoa he ore Wwuld ha UteaaL and e.& aj .

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