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expect to hare a revlralof the jUMtion wlether the talJornia Clnb ctnasbftl to pay tl5C00 or 20 000 for the pnyilege of teeinjSolli ran attempt to stop the tnumpbant progress o the colored fMtdiator Tbe weatber bas esain put a quietus en the energy of tbe amateur athictcs who bare been impatiently loptiag for months for a rift tn tbe dark clotuls - that bare deluged roads tracks and courts And bare practically stopped eyctintr et hie tics and tennis Hope defer - ed bowerer only seems to make tit yoanK athletes more - determined tian erer and the result will be that when tbe season shall haTe been fairly defined under more farorsbte - conditionsconditions amateur athletics will boom as they herer Iisto before t JLrenlo Jim Corbett baa in the expressire Temacnlar of Gothaai caught on and tbe itewBpapers cf tbe metropolis are fall of campumentaryAUasioss to tbe popnlsr yoraijr professor t the Olympic Club Jims ping bat and smooth - fitting silk faced Prince Albert coat impressed tbe Kew Yorkers at hrst sight and bis good natored smile completed tbe job He u the athletic lion of Sew Ytrrk and anj one wbqnows te spirit of the metropolis anderstands what that means George iliehiing the popoiar wres - tUnr instnictor of tbe Olympic Club gare Inn Corbett a letter of IntroJ ac tion to Proessor Alike Donoran of tbe New York Athletic Club when Corbett went east recently The fol lowing response from Donoran shows we nin estimate or - worsen a acuity that bas beea formed in Eaitern sport ing cj - aes oy cis nxit exmtntxm wiui the slates Mew Yoas March 22 1890 Pear THcnd Gtfrrge Haying a few mln ntes to myself I thought I would write yon a few lines to let Ton know that I aia still tn the land of tbe bring and eneyinf pood health I hare Corbet here not only my Raet but theyeclal gueat of the clah He bas f nil pnvSesej while here a courtesy which was never extended to any one in in proiesuos ociore ntaaa tcree ronnas tbe other afternoon in tbe preaenee of aer eralol ray popila and UjruweHiBy self were nrnaed at the science beda - playcd lie Is the cleverest bit man I ever sparred with and I am sure he ia te ceo ins champion I advised h1m to rest for about twelve months so as bish ands can become good and strong George do yon remember me telling yon alter the firs time I boxed Sullivan bat be was the com lngmanandddnt my words come true wnicn - wui oetne same mu srase Hoping jou are well I remain your friend Hike P - iovan The sporting editor of tbe ew ork World tens comments on tbe boat be tween Corbett and Donoran in the ew kork Athletic Club t ha tbe pleasure of seeing a rat tluiR go between Jim Coroett and Wiie llonovan at tbe hew ork Ath letic Club the other da Corbett is all that bu friends claim for bun so far as clever sparring la concerned As to bis bitung - propensities btUe ran be said except that in bis fight with big Choy D3r in California he made a good snowing in this respect VFondeTfofry amck he certainly is and I dont le - iiere be conld be awkward if be tned His everv movement is graceful and after seeing him spar no one will dispute that he is an uncommonly shifty fellow ill to Donovan bas been in tbe business for a number of years nnd is gene - ally conceded to be a pretty good authority on tbe subject of boxing though incidentally it may be that he picked out the wrong man to whip Sol Lvan and be sajs that Corbett is the quickest big man he baa ever sjen Why kirrara isnt to be mentioned in the same breath with this man for clerernes says Donovan aud Ill wger be cant bit a bit harder Cor beuii a narks re of rnt and cleverness and I tell yon be can give any of - em an argument He s the man cow that Sullivan was ten years ago and it will be well for these prophets wbo predict noiaers oi cnampionsmp Honors to rock out for ilr CorbetW Thera is one thing about tb - s Call fomian wbicb will win friends for him and that is bis behavior There never was a pugilist wbo talked less shop than be and as a matter of fact be doesn t look lute a Knight of the glove lie dresses quietly ami is an exception ably interesting conversationalist As nearly as 1 could learn Corbett will sot look for a match this year princi pally because the Olympic Athletic Clob of San Francisco - pays bun 2500 pe annum to act according to its in - strticttftns Donovan thinks Corbett is Jacksons master but he makes no coipparwoa between the Aivesterrer and the champion I doubt if Coroett can oatpcint tbe Australian The San Franciscan bas caught on wonderfully at the ew York Athletic Uutv and is tbe fcrs professional to whom the UberUss of the club were ever extended The foregoing Is a fair Dam pie of he numerous criticisms an tbe Olympic Uub s professor who ia Drononneed the most gentlemanlike exponent of ine luamy arc mat naa eversnown in Goibam Tbe local estimate of Jim a fighting qnabties - bare also been rased smco Joe Choynaki so quickly defeated big ibllj Wilson Tbe latter is ac credited with beicz m tbe same dass with Cardiff Godfrey Ashton and cannon to tnai crjoyns - a must De in the first rank by comparison and Corbett a regular tip - topper judging by the style in which be defeated Joe on tie banre at Benicia The California Club sent Roddy Gai - ugoer oi rouna - trip ucxet last Saturday to come cut And fight Australian McCarthv Tbe California Club bas been negctistng with Gallagher lor a lone time and enaentlv expects him tog tea good account of inrnjclf Tbe cvr iorkjSuasajs of the joasgnudU u - weigns One of the best men of his werht to - dayin Araencais Ueddy G alia her oi ueretana ue gave tiariey Mikheil oae of the toughest tussles be ever bad and Jack Dempsey shirered an arm over hss bard bearc without being able to conquer bun He backed I Clanche down on a souare pronosi - twaior a fight and be now sun Ja rearry to ugnt any ntaa inuie eoantry thst loots bke bun and t especially anxions to bare a go with Detnpaej the Marine or the victor of tbe fig1 between Johnny Reagan and Peter McCoy a htile tard wnlspers to me that it u highly probable that tbe California Athletic Club will invite GaUsgher to battle before - it ere the summer is past Gallagher is cot only a splendid fighter bat be is a Terr quiet well - behaved young fejlow - ad a be never toucUes - the on - b - joy - Jnihe always bas b - s wij about him What a go be and Jack Pogarty would makei JacivMcAnHfia fa rntn r i em a irf tr - cut making a matcb with Junsuy Car - u war talk tbe other day mounted to nothing 10 CarroU ljanted anght Trfthia three or at the fS fojr months in ibc CaEfonua thad Anufe who wants to plar asyear in kheEastwStud sSta ht ext winter SSSLhfBlLh mor tb typical Jfr ttaa ilcAnlifie fcbobas tool andleyerbead would rather y wttn ba brain tban hi backing be did in his late fight end other stars may bars arisen to dun tbe attractive radiance of the clever Kew Yorker If MeAoUtfe succeeds as a booamakerlie wElEfchtnomore The New Yorkrs all freely aamiUa wax Carroll astonished them all and none of them expected to find him half as good a man a be proved huastlE Joe Lannon who bas been trymglo Sit on a match with Jack Fallon the rooklra noeuist returned to Bos on in a ld humor This bigblowhard Fallon makes ms tiredn ssud Xasnon Here bare come on from Boston twice to make a match and he will not fiebt - iieis better snited I think to carrrabod than to Ceht Tbe Parsell Ctab - will give a 1200 parse for tne tgnt ana chai oagntto tempi nun U he won t fight with lores 1li meet him cwder London rules lor from 500 4 1012506 The - aowen uat Athletic ctnb is kouik ivuuii kaeuateot tae aorner - Keileher bght on account bf the California Atbletie ClaV bxnaic mads the uarroQ - amiia ngnt a bxtars lor April 22d The Tumer - EeUeber battle will probably take place abonv April 16th Kelleherls reported as being in nmen better fix tnan wnen ne met Australian AfcCanby and a good contest is looked for as tbe colored Stocktonbm is always ready to give a good account of himself ia bis class and to light almost any kind of a battle The following rustle on the top shelf may interest tbe sporting fraternity r giw FaascMCO March 27 189a 3b Bu Swrttoo Sditor of Vie Ckrvnicit Xsn 8ir Will yon please pubJab tn your columns last vaooro i save oeen rsry quiet lately I aia sUil alive and would like you to let Billy llahon and Billy Shan con know that I am ready to meet the winner In any - elnb ra the State for a purse Tenrs fisncufSy Qxo Mnnoiiaj - Tx Tbe Austraiian sporting authorises have been wrestlinar with the ouesbon of grading pugilists according to weignt Abe untaimess of tne present scale of weights to certain classes particularly to beary weights who go Just outside the middle - weight limit of 15i ounds bas of tin been commented on be Sydney Amateur Gymnastic Club bas endeavored to correct the established scale br fntroductne the follovr - itfLgr4es Bantamaup to 112 pounds feather weights up to 123 pounds lightweights np to 10 pounds middle - weights up to 151 pounds besrvy - wSigbt np to 175 pounds top weights or beary heavies above 175 pounds As far as feather and light weights are concerned the Sydney scale bas been in use in the clubs here for some time Many of tbe lightweight battles bare been fouzht at or close to HO pounds and in the eatber - weisrht fight between Murphy and Weir tbe latter was 123 ponnas i ne syoney scaie tor miaaie - weights would not suit onr American champions who can fight Jusi about 159 pounds or 180 pounds and bar anything beyond that as in the heavyweight class and game for - Sullivan Corbett or Jackson According to the fcydney scale the Marine and Jimmy vrrou wouia oe m Hie same class as Joe Choynsri who Cents at 175 pounds but it is Terr doubtful if any of the heavy middle - weights would Lke to be pitted against a man of Cboynskrs weight and reach JLNew York sporting authority who saw the McAuliffe - Myers draw says McAuhfies prompt notification to Billy Myers that wm or lose with Car - roil ne stooa ready to ngat mm again shows that Myers bas only to aeree to equitable terms to get a chance to set tle lorerer tbe question ol supremacy between them U they do meet it is to be hoped that it wiu be before the California or some other brst - class club and that the club mil announce in advance that not a cent of the purse will be given up it tbe result is a draw Myers Is a very clever boxer bat if be ever undertakes to do only half bis share of the leading McAuhfie will make a chopping block of bun if Myers is that kind of a man Jimmy Carroll ought to be able to take care of him Bat Masterson of Denver continues to spread the ill repute of Stagger Smith of Denver who visited tins city last winter and went away without getting a match Masterson writes as follows to Cap am Cook of Boston Ed Smith who styles himself the champion heavy weight of Colorado Ins refused to meet Pat hUllen In the ring His action was a great surprise to many who consider bmith a great fighter He bas gone to Hot Springs to meet Mike Cleary in a ten round fake WiJiam Muldoon sent bim a raJroad ticket and agree to give bin I one - third of the gate receipts to box ueary ne is not aisogeuier sira - gni He tried to get Con Kiorclan to come here from ban i ranasvo and fight him a fake in which Smith was to get knocked o it thus throwine down bu friends in this community who would - undoubteil v have put np their money on him He ran away from me last spring alter X had matched him with Choynski tor a 3000 purse He afterward rot me to arrange ebght ior him with George Godfrey of Boston and when I bad it all fixed And bis backer Tom Collins wanted to take him iAStto fight he squealed and refused to go Collins then made a match with Xillen at Smith a sotiota lion and arranged matters so that Ed would get at least 500 and training expenses wm or lose When it came to signing the articles Smiths heart nearly choked turn to death He I weakened completely and refused to put ms name to tne paper lie wont work and be wont fight Tbe California Uub members who were fined 10 each for transferring meir tickets wis montn to iriends wuo desired to see the MaAuuffe - CarroIl contest DemtrssTls one of the most successful boodooa fax the fistfo srorjd u far as the - picking of winners is cSncernedV and whenever Jadf selects what be considers a tar thing to bet en the knowing ones all copper ins choice and rake in the money He lost HberaUr on BiDy WSson wbo now attributes his tndden collapse trader Choynskis left to a congesttTW chiU It evidently reached bis heart ia the first round There is talc of - reimporting Mike Conler to nchtBiHr Wilson or of the latter going to Portland to fill the con - rracs i ne meeting oi tneserwo noted ex - champions - of the famed Northwest will be an eventin the Astro world long to be remembered even after tbe achievements ol tins Brown and rat OSuIlivanhAve been buried ittobhy - ion Tbe Boston Pose Noes which by the way does not yet seem to be fairy convinced that Jack McAulffe has not s weak spot somewhere in bis heart thinks that the New York bookmaker is not overanxious to meet Buly Myer despite McAnUfies declaration before bis late fight that win or lose be would fight Myer for fSOOO or 110 000 aside The Jeua thus addresser Mc - Aulifle Well jack yon hs re not lost any of your nerve since yOa went out on tbe coast Myer has posted money in ioorainersni paces at loorcinerent times for a return fizht after the trouble yon and be bad in Indian but yon could not see it as you were - pound up in a paying business at mat time TbeD Myer posted 500 as a forfeit at the Pottc Aem office and wanted a battle with any lightweight in the world for any sum np to 10 U00 bat again you could not see it ttow after running away from Myer yon talk of fiehtinc butt for toOOO or 10000 side in telegram t But why don t yon let part of that foOOO or 10 000 be put np in orae newspaper office or some fair mans handst There are rotsoi good safe places in Irisco where they will bold 00 or 1000 as a forfeit for a 5000 or 10000 match Or if cd are not basy Just drop a check or some long green worth about o00 to the Tlc Aevt office where Myer has the same amount posted and tbe roiue Aewi gives it as an opinion that you can get a matcb for 5000 or 10 000 Billy doesn t seem to have any espe - ciatf ear of you and be says he will let yon weigh 133 pounds while be wJl confine himself to 133 pounds Thearenie events for April arei First Turner - KeUeber at the Golden Gate Club date not fully decided on CarrollCarroll - Smith California Clob April 22d Matun Shannon at the Occidental Club April 28th and Kolb - Leart amateur wrestling matcb at the Olympic Club April 25th lbedepArturrof Jack Dempsey has temporarily at least settled the question of whether he can get a return matcb with the Marine Dempsey took bis champion belt with him and has got an indefinite leave of absence from the California Uub He does not know himself when he witf return He may be back in two weeks and he may not return to San Francisco in years It is lately that be will go East before be returns to tbe Facinc slope and be may conclude to visit England where be can get some liberal inducements to box His absence will doubtless lead to Young Mitchell being matched with La Blanche Tommy Y arren stopped at Ogden to fight an unknown wbo is a clerk in a commercial house and claims to have once fOBKirt the talented fakir twenty rounds An interview with Warren published in tbe Ogden xmojt Com - stercioi holds np all the directors of the California Club except Jlr ilcLoruh - lm and George Fish as a gang of tick et - scalr era saloon keener low boarding - house proprietors and sure - unng men woo pose m tne hjji as millionaires After spending his adjectives on the dub directors whom ha represents as endeavoring to use every pugilistic arrival far their pecuniary advantage Warren declares that be was paid to lose bis fight with Murphy He says When matched to - fight Australian Murphy beore the Occidental Club the purse ofiered was 1500 By winning it I would not be even in the town 1 then made upnjv mind to accept tbe ofier of certain gambling men to accept a purse and allow Murpny to be tne nctor He received the 1500 and should be saiisced I received oO0Q and mv friends did not lose an v thine Those wbo were my friends before are nit irienas now 1 quit in my last contest and was well paid Had I lourht and been successful I would bare re ceived 15uQ Had I fought bard received much punishment and then been defeated I would bare received no more than tbe money given me to lose I lost easy and baye the money tttotr nuato gnArAiit rewmigbi match are paying up despite tbe al leged kick that ia being made There is not very much kicking Some persons assert that when a member pays his - dueSTegulaily - be should have the right to give to whomsoever be pleases just u would with a pass to a theater Tins is an altogether erroneous conclusin for the Cabjoraia Cluu is not a theater and nut as soon as it could be shown to be one the police would bare to close it up o theater tn Ban jr rancrsco can ootaiii a license for a Sparring matcb It California Club members are allowed to transfer their tickets there would be nothine to prevent tbe institution from becoming a meresporiina - speculation as certain other boxing clubs Are in the latter places outsiders can purchase members ad mission tickets for any exhibi - Donana uteir identity is never ques - tiooedV The speediest possible war of ending jthe boxing - boom in San Francisco is for the - California Club to adopt tne aaroe commercial metnoo Ike O eteal V ears principal occupa tion bow is singing in tbe Boston Speak Essies bis favorite air Down Went tfae boidec A new alias con ferred Upon turn since bis return to I ictuau iui x lying mi sup posed is be a synonym ior spider or skiiiet ixey anenaea tne aiouuoq Associates celebration in Charleston n on St 1 trick a Day Tbe champion homely dog of America the canine used in Uovt Brass Monkey running at the Boston Theater was pres ent at tue lestiTHies wuua we Frying Pan played and sang some jester stole bis colors from bim and knotted them to tbe homely dogs tail The dog flew around the hall with Isaac in hot pursuit He regained his colors put it is said tnat tears mteanis eves as be sat apart by himself and rejected on the effervescence of fistic fame and on bow few Are left to do the beaten fighter reverence The California Club has a dispatch from Earn FiUnatnck of tbe Parson Daries combination dated March 33tb at Louisville statins that the combi nation mending Jackson would be at Cincinnati to - day from which place they will ecrme toSan Francisco The v - amoraia uh a its next ejuuiu9tx will be called upon to rota on - tbe proposition to give Sullivan tbe btg parse be asks for his fight with Peter Jackson On the evening ot the Smilb - Carroil fight in the Caliioraia Club Tuesday April 22d Danny Maboneyv the local banlam - weight will box Cbarley Bochette tea rounds - Tbe preliminary event is conskierea necessary to nil in the ereniaara sport as It is expected that the rival middle wekhtsv Willi reach s finish tn short order as bout are big strong and determined rushers sjdbali a dozen rounds ought to indicate the result Jacst Hampsey has of course picked Denny Kebtber as tbe winner of the Aumer - sveiiene - r iiui us sue uowica Gate Claa - Jack stated before be left tht Dennsy weald bay duo tetter tatrama wflf can down Jim Collins bine The badge of the association I and Harry BetAone and saow tbat be which - was adopted si the last meeting can beef them Xd Monitor - intends to arrange foe A series of rennt races In tba tirimii targji Bates Tbey fil probably be j uwiicu wu uattcir sue auspices Oi ioe Profejuonsl Athletic Association of which Collins Smith Jenneoa and in cm ton are memoeTS J - SrHammsnthe pedestrian ha con - rbleted trrtnsements for his trans - eontlrientAiwAlkof ySOO miles to the Pacific slope and will start from Wabash Ind April 10th Tommy ConneflC the runner will not compete gain until the fail eham - pmnsnrp gamer ot tne Amateur Athletic Union C McHardy of Go - alburn Austnths on January Ss 1890 at tbe Highland games at Goulburn attempted to win the Caledonian Society medal offered tot any athlete who would break a recogaised record at nutting tbe shot os - throwing the hammer MeHardy undertook to break J S MiteheU s record pf 59 feet SH inchs wrtbthe 14 - ponnd shot lrisb rtyie After a littie preparation MeHardy started and in the first Attempt sent tbe snot flying through tbe air and It lodged 63 feet U Inches from the mark MeHardy thus beating Mitchells record tne best in tne world Irish style by 4 fees 5Ji inches This wonderful performance was done fairly on level ground fa the presence oi A G Fin - lay Major Chisholm Police Magistrate Yass Dr Gentle J S Hayes E C Brydenr Donald Dinnie and Duncan CRoss Boss was engaged to compete is the Caledonian sport at Go - albumalbum for which tbe society agreadrto Say him 000 but although be figured i alt the competitions except the wrestling because he refused to wrestle under peculiar rules tbe society refused to pay Ross the money Ross entered legal proceedings to recover the money Boss also posted 250 wita the Sporuman Melbourne with the following card I protest strongly at tbe war 1 was treated At Go - alburn 1 was asked to wrestle the Scotch under ridiculous rules In the hammer - throwing the handles were something the like of which Dinnie MeHardy s best friend was obliged to admit he had never seen But because I protested against the wrestling and the way the fifty six pound was put Mo - Hardy going a ysrd oyer the mark tbe committee refused to pay me my 500 on tbe ground that I bad broken my contract by not wrestling Is that Australian fair play to a stranger With regard to McHardy and his feats I will agree to throw bim eight times hi one boor Scotch style according to Police Ga2ttU roles I wiU give Aim one foot with the fifty six pound Weight I will bet bim f 1000 to 500 1 - trill defeat him in an athletie contest as per championship rules ail events to be governed by the recognised roles of the world Donald Dinnie He - Hardys partner can be accommodated on the same terms The footracing association which intends to tnagurste a regular montbr handicap at a meeting at Central Park on Sunday April Cth has decided to admit all local runners free of charge The Intention is to make the contest as much a local one as possible end Joe Acton the official bandicapper will is a verr prettr dasum Itis t Danish shield bearinz a monotmm tf the letters L C and - oars crossed swords ana ciana unereia eioon yacht was launched Thuridsy and j win d masted trus wee The large sfx - oared barge belonging to the dub is - undergoing repairs It will be re painted and named before being put in commission again PlgeoA Sboottsr AH out - of - door - sports ef every de - UcTntlon not excepting even the na tional game and present popular favorite of baseball bare their season and sometimes several seasonsia the son - Shine of public favor and tarn without apparent reason - are - supplanted py some new fancy and the entwMl favorite is set aside to await the fickle choosing of an exceedingly yanaW pabdo taste The sport of wing shooting as practiced at the traps bas been no exception to the - rale and has fori some ieur or live years and np to me opening of the present season been losing its bold as a popular pastime it ia true a large number of clubs especially devoted to the sport bare been maintained in different cities and towns of the State and while within the dabs end within - the immediate personal influence of their membership bo apparent tailing off in interest has been noted yet the general public interest manifested a lew years ago bas beea lacking and it Is only ot recent date that the drift of the public fancy teems Again directed to the sport The pesent season which - opened on the lstot the month and which date also ind cates the statutory ending of the open gams season promises to be full ot events of interest Already several bare been advertised notably at Trever Tulare county at Lathrop and elsewbere The first named takes place on April 6th 7U and 8th and promises to be one of the most interesting meetings of the kind held for some years A hundred dorea birds have been secured and as the purses to b competed for are of some magnitude a very large attendance iro to sarlonsporvions of the Bute will undoubtedly be on hand An elegant ball is announced as the concluding and one of the most attractive features of the meedngt Quite a number from this city have announced their intention ot attending it is to be hoped that the promises held out by the management of the various toamimsats to b held will be rigidly adhered to as regards asufi - cient quantity of tire birds on hand it frequently beings source of - reistioas disappointment both to spectators and participants at finding inadequate preparations ia ths direction It is stated oa good anthonty tbat 100000 cnanged hands en the three matches won by Mr licAlester of Philadelphia against Dr inapp of New York Some painting whitewashing And brightening up generally can be done to much ad tan tags on the new shooting ground oa the race track near Shell Mound The match between Al Chick - ot San charicew1 25 MS - cTkP0StP0ne4 Snnersnow3 tfnfrS Wal S Un ot this at lw runners now in this dty and Any of bnte una tti nwmbershin some Athletie The contu - iasi bad weather has greatly interfered with amateur athletics which by this tune would otherwise hare been booming The slight improvement yesterday afternoon was taken advantage of by a number ot Olymp c Club enthusiasts who - raited the splendid new grounds near tbe park and enjoyed some advantageous exercise on the cinder path The second field day o the Alpine Amateur Atbleue Club will probably be held at the Bay District track on bund ay afternoon May 4th The programme wbicb consists of seven closed events and four open is as follows Ior members of the club only 100 yards run novice 120 yards run handicap 210 yards bunLe handicap 2 feet e inches Sed yards ran handicap seven - eighths of s mile steeplechase handicap mile run handicap running high jump handicap The open events are Three mile walk bandwap 3 mile run handicap 100 yards run handicap 44Q yards ran handicap Two prizes will be given for each event and the winners may select either medals or prizes according to their tastes An entrance fee of 50 cents will be charged for each event Tbe Alpine Club will have si general meeting next Thursday evening The university athletes who intend competing in the distance races at the championship games are training on the road in front ot the bew chemistry department the cinder path being in too bad a slate to allow of training on it The third annual gymnastic championship contests of the Amateur Athletic limon were held at Turn Hail In hew i ork on March 18th Th e New York and the Manhattan Athletic dabs opened the combat - to see which cib should hoid the place of honor the coming year The decisions ot the evening were f irly well received The first event was the rope climbing in this the contestant goes np twenty - two feet of rope striking i belt at the top J Hoffman of the ew York Tarn Verein was first in 6 4 - 5 seconds B slant orta second m t seconds Tbe horizontal bar competition followed In this the contestant exhibrting - the most grace and original - movements is Adjudged the wirner He proved to be OAhls of tbe Hewart TurnYerein with T 3 Host second The dabs - - winging championship came next and i Schroeder ot the New Jersey Athletic Club was declared the winner with J Harris of the ctsten Island Athletic Club second The parallel bar followed and the following were declared winners la the order named O A bis ot tbe Newark Turn ereinK - and B Klein of the New i ark Turn Verein The flying rings brought th entertainment to a dose with the following winnem K btoll of the New York Athletic Club first and F iL Hartshorn of the same dab second Mike Lucievthe deter boxing teacher of lb Golden Gate dub has been en - i gaged to give lessons is the Reliance Athletic CiUD OLUSAISSO H M Johnson the srell - known professional sprinter is on bis athletic legs again but look little mora than a abadow ot bis former self When Johnson was suddenly taken down with acute Brer troubley some weeks ago be weighed 200 pounds When he aroM from what was almost his destb - bed be weigbed 140 - pounds and bis lTJj - incb coCar was large eOoarh to make A waist - belt for him He is pick ing op very rapidly however but it will be several nsonths before tie can engage in any severe contest His physician thinks be w3I be a better man than ever after h J Illness which j cunously enough bas had the effect ct cnriag a long - stauomg soreness or me muscles of the right thigh which teemed incurable Johnson states tbat Just a soon s be feels strong enough these entering will be placed where tney must exert rnemserres to win With a competent and honest handl - capper no one can nam the winner and the slowest runner mar capture I the first prize Tne Waeelsnesu OScial Organ CaUXornie Division t A VTJ The board of officers of California Division League of American Wheelmen met last Monday evening at the Oriel Hotel and fixed the date lor holding the annual business meeting of the division for Saturday night April 19th at Sachem Hall Red Mens building 330 Post street It is expected that a large attendance will be bad at this meeting as all members are interested in the coming league meet and tournament the time and place for holding which will be decided there The Garden dtr wheelmen are anxious to bare the meet in Ban Josev and if they will provide a track for tbe races they will probably get it Chief Consul Thompson favors San - Jose as he thinks a larger attendance can be had there than anywhere else owing to tbe fact that it is within easy wheeling distance from ban Francisco and Oakland with good roads from both places A number of the btate championship races for this year will be contested at this meet Wheelmen who wish to enter them should join the league at once as none but members can do so At tbe league hotels which are being appointed by the chief consul throughout the State wheelmen will be required to present their I tickets of membership in tbe league be tore tney can reieite tne benents or specal accomodations and reduced rates It bas heretofore been th custom to grant these to all wheelmen but it was found that too many wheelmen would Accept favors from the league without contributing to its support Chief Consul Thompson last week appointed three local consols for San iranctsco idwra W Adams George I A Momil and IV Denny and upon tne recommendation of Local Con - nis Gage of Oakland and Lassen of Ala meda has appointed tbe Hotel Crellmg ot the former eity and the Park Hotel of the latter league hotels Captain Drake of tbe Oakland Bicycle Club of 80 had called a dub ran to ban Leandro for yesterday but postponed it that bis club might accept the invitation ot the Bay Citys for their picnic run which also bad to - be postponed owing to tbe inclement weather President Butler ot tbe Bay Citys is actively engaged in banting sew quarters for that enterprising dob and hopes to soon complete arrangements for noosing the boys in gray in a place budt to suit them Harry G - Stuart bas beea appointed local consul of tbe League of American Wheelmen for Los Angeles and u actively engaged in securing recruits tor the bouttiern Catifomiaa contingent Mr Stuart is an old and enthusiastic worker for the league and Lis the right man in th rijch t place fvneeimen are Decerning discouraged at the continuous Tarns Many trips are being planned but the rain invariably inteneres Several parties are being formed to wheel to the Yosemile this - year on consisting ef W M - Meeker Walter D bheldon S H Knapp Jr and R M Thompson who expect to go in if ay Ed Lsndls C N Langton and U A fcpaldmr will go tbe latter - part oi J one F W By J O Cor E W Adams and other will go to Lake Ta - hoc Sanford Plummer George - p Wetmore Thomas H Doat - e andCL W Hammer will probably do the Yosemite some time during the season Oar aad Shell The rain of yesterday forenoon dampened the ardor oi th boathouse habitues and although the afternoon turned oat clear and bright very tittle rowing was indulged in at any of the clubs At Long wharf the Ariels and Pioneers each sent out a barge crew to Hunter point The booth End Club launched a gig aad the whaleboat W which sails were rigged sad s few members of tbe dab enjoyed a spin before the breeze Wbicb sprang Up in tbe afternoon The PoJphm Cktb hoase was deserted during the entire day The Triton exhibited fajit symptoms of life and launched a gig or two an Qui pen spent lb da via the dub - house painting bis new shell The - bad condition of the weather aid not deter the member of the Larline Club from appearing at the - boathouse to i - ttdofire in bathing and indoor exercise Tha dubs equipment ot athletie apparatus is now large enough - to - accommodate all of its member at tbe same time The four - otred barge Kate with Beau jet Schwartz Lothers Rouard end Vlam for s crew mad a trip around th water frost in the t Long wharf The gig Yckraleer was rowed to Mirier street and return Tbe new un - Sorms of the club were shown for the first time yesterday The blouses ar bright blue tzunmea in white A white bresstplate bears of our moat expert wing shots They shoot once or twice amen U and do a rood deal of shooting while they are at it P Murphy ot this dty who s the mercaant prince of the coast as regards the magnitude of his transactions in live pigeons Is receiving large quantities of the birds weekly from tbe East They arrite in excellent condition coming in ears made expressly for them and tended all the wsy over by men in charge The cars are so arranged to allow abundance of room for exercising and they arrive here a fresh and strong as when first caught up They appear to be a trifle larger than the California birds as A rule The international pieeou - sbooting match between John I Brewer of Phil adelphia the American cbampion and Captain I Clarke the AustraLan champion at 101 birds Melbourne rules which are - difierent to either tngliah or American for200O aad the pigeon shooung championship of tne world ended in a victory ior tbe Antencanwho killed v straight and 92 out of 100 beating the champion here by nine birds Bine and Range riotwltnttandrng the unpromising state of the weather yesterday after noon it cleared np sufficiently towrrd Zodockto allow of Company D First Infan try National Guard of California to hold their regular monthly shoot at Shell Mound The wind of coarse was very strong and much against tbe snooters and this procaoiy accounts for tha scores that were made not averaKing better tban they did A gold medal is given br the - company every month ergeant Charles Land less being tne winner wita tne top score of 4L The other scores made were Private Meeks 40 Captain Jan - sen SS Private Gieion 33 Private Gerloch 3d Private Covie 3Z Corporal Joe Mvers 23 Private Van Bores 23 Corporal bJipstetn 26 Private rShafer la and invaie lAuoresse Z3 At the pool shooting of the California Schuctzea Ciib yesterday at 11 arbor view A - btrucxer made two center shots in succession and 23 - Dointsonhia third shot thusecormar 73 out of a boss - hie 73 This is consid ered to be excellent shooting at A dis tance ot - jw yarns Following is a list of the winners ia the bullseye shooting contest among tbe members or the owits Kiae uub J Bachuian first prize A Huguenin second prize A Rib wy ler third prize j G - Orsi fourth prize J Uorniiierer fifth prize J C Huguenin sixta prize and J Scheibli seventh prize The Sharpshooters of the Alps an Italian dub tailed ta demonstrate the propriety of its name as is shown by the ollowing score t C CirellL 7 out of a possible 100 S Giorannlnl 13 O B Picisinini 15 P Ocuspoieo - 13 L Bac - agalupi 45 G Frencesetli 12 L De - lucblSa JrVU - OVl lit - Hue German - Schuetzen Club will hold its animal pnae shooting festival at tiaroor v sew on Apru zuw on whica occasion more than 200 will be distributed in prizes - among the marksmenmarksmen - At the stated meeting of th California Schuetzen Club on Thursday even ing last it was resolved to bold a bulls - eye snooting on sunaay Apru - zutn at Harbor V lew also an excursion and small prize shooting for members on Sunday April 27th at tbe - new Cab - lornia scnuttzen eras rare near fcaa Rafael Xawn Tennis Tennis is receiving quite a boom in Carson Nev and an attempt will hi mad to est up a tooniAmeat in which it is expected player from Reao and Virginia will compete CH Colburn and other enthusiasts wilL have th matter in charge so that it will be a success beyond donbt it proper ar rangements can bs made it is not un likely that the - State of Nevada will be rep - resented in the Pacifie coast championship tournament Many platers m this section are already well ad vanced in the game and would make a good showing against our local racquet wieraers The members of tbe Alameda Club have been verr active of late and br constant - practice bare improved then - game wonderfully Although nothing positive bas bees decided nponasyet it is expected tbat the AlamedA Club win send a large delegation to tne sen Rafael ensmponsbip tonraam - nt Among tbetr best r - farers are Messrs Waterman Morrf - r Haslett and Har rison who sis pay s gam aoove toe average Morris especially has worked up a fine game and only needs a few weeks practice with a player like Jo Daily to enable aim tc - def eat many of ear focal playerv Tbe conns of the Alameda Clob are as near perfect as any ia the Stat and afford every opportunity tor a scientific may ers ssd it only needs encouragement At tbe begmning to get fifty or a hundred men e - aSdently interested to practice diEgenlly In s very few years wayen wouw oe oeveiopea wno eoaia nora ueir own agaiBK any Doay Th tennis plater at tha nalTtrsitT sr quite Jubilant over tha mocau of their class tcuraamsnt sad will enter their best znsn in the Lakeerd Clob handieaok Tber wEl also send rspre - sentatives td tbe San SAfaet tourna - l menfsstbey sr deternUned to become prominent in toe tennis world Allen Garber and th McNear brothers bIst wett enough to compete rn any tournament and will be among voos carrying tn - u u colors at San Rafael on July 4th Tbe Pomona Tennis dab is on of the most active in Southern California Sod th members hays arranged for snoQgh evenu to insure a briliant season The dab has a large Est of members ana among utm som good players Msssra Howlatd fipence Lewis Dal and Weiss are in good practice at present and might be induced to enter th state championship wurnameab The Cosmos and Pastime etnbsof Sacramento will be represented on Jalr lib and s great many members of ooinciabs nay eommencedjtrainlng tor hat event Frank Smith Is trying to effect s consolidation ef these dabs and should bis efforts prove successful Sacramento will have one of tba largest teams dabs la the State Arthur Goodatt of the Lakeside Club wttt start in s few dsys for a tour abroad to te absent - sir or seven months He will arrive in London in time to witness the bis tournaments sad will p - doubt ptck up som valuable points Tne numbers r the California Club are still sgitaang the aae - nioa of new grounds and it is expected that tbe matter wi9 assume definite shape before th year end Numerous pfarrs have tgew suggested but so much money frill be required thaUt is a difficult matter to ret people to take bold of t The only possible plan is to make it an interest proposition and offer say 5 per cent on tbe investment aaa get some capitalist to secure groonds and fit them up This be been doe in tbe East and ears be here if properly worked Dpi joe L - aiiT tn eoartkeeper or tne CaliforniA Club hss not aooeared in A El blic match since he defeated Taylor st fall ghd tome outsider win th - challenge cap on July 4th an exhibition matcb between tbe winner and Daur would be a big attraction and would be attended or all th tennis enthusiast oa th coast Joe Tobin will be back lit fame to en ter the championship tournament and wita s years experience with Esstern players ought to bar a mortgage on the cup Tobtn showed grestimprore - ment beforeJeavJng tee coast and being a bard worker wilt yet become one ot the cracks XXOBAXr FEATS E SEBTICX Childrens bay at fit Johns Presbyterian Cliaren Yesterdsy being the twentieth anniversary of St Johns Presbyterian Sunday School tbe serrice too tbe form ot floral praise by the children Assisted by the choir The church was appropriately and beautifully decorated by the ladies under the direction Of Miss Amy Scales The children en tered - from the vestibule singing jnarcning un - in a spintea manner and when seated watched the bonding of a cross of lilies by some of their number who repeated scripture verses as the lilies were placed When the cross wss completed Miss Miisner and Mr Blake of the choir rendered in an artistic manner Howes In tbe Cross ot Christ We Glory This was followed by a song Beauti ful liues between the verses of which s large 1st arranged for the purpose was filled with the emblematic rJowtr The infant class was especially happy in its song Heather Betls marching as iney sang ana numg wita bluebells a basket which stood in front of the rjuloit Tbe semen wee a rerv creditable one to the children and their tead - rMrs M B Thompson - 9 LBASPEK StTTTTS JrTHKKAL It le Attended - By Many Mombere of Th funeral of Leander Quint took place from bis late residence - 1309 Mason street yesterdar the following gentlemen officiating as pallbearers Judge L D Thornton Judge D Sawyer Colonel J D Trrr J CFea - m BF Taylor John Deimer J H B Milier J A Scott John Stsnde sndJodeeJ B Cotfey Rer Dr Har court officiated and made remarks eulogizing the character of the deceased Tbe loneral rites were performed by we nnignis oi ironorand toe society of Old Friends At the grave R F Taylor made eloquent and feeling re marks on ms personal recollections and friendship of the deceased dating from the days of old Tuolumne Ice services were attended br man personal Iriends ot tbe - deceased and members of the Bar - The coral tributes were numerous sad beautiful o FEBSUVAX KOTES V DtP n Stephens Is np from Mosrerer 8 C Benson ef Sacramento Is a guest at S Qreenof the Colusa 5sa is a guest a uutwm J O Lovejoy - of Tulare - Is on ot the uraatrs guesis BrEJ 8wansonofSacraiaeilto Is stay fag at tbe Palace M n - Sutberland a mining roan of Ke - vsoa is ax me r - aiaee K Frankm - r a Sacramento Qechst wss at the Grand yesterday J D Carr the capitalist ef Salinas Is registered at tbe Palate Mrs Judge Toomey aad Hiss Toomey of ou os av ms so x - auice - J JCboateisopfrom Los Aagelesand la regiSktrcd at the a rand J U Titbitta numng superinteiident h euiter vxees us ULine cny IL Weilhefmer a merchant ef Moontais t lew spent sanaay in ue uty Gilbert Tompkins of San Leandro is down auenaing tne meea - rr meeung Wallace Pratt a railroad attorney of Can sea City Is registered at the Palace Percy Williams who bas been in attend ance at the Fresno races is In tbe dty C S Calm nresideat nf tba Rnlnnstii BarsTrKotsatColaniBBal Nev is at the ursou r r ueise a tcanutacturer o car nages at uacinnaa i a guest at tbe Graod Miss Emma Juch has purchased real estate in nearly all the e - rowisgdtles of the Ber Sam Jones ears be Is making mora money than any ten bishops in the lieth - ooist uhuio Ifi - natina Donnelrr never ennVre t nn tla serrousness common to orators on begln - nicg their speecbea The Sultan of Turkey has been advCsed Drill pnysicuns v tax more exercise Re Is growtag very fleshy General Fremont Is now 76 years od and entered the army 52 yearr ero when be wa appointed ta a Ueatesaacy CoMrfcrtn one of Orotui most p - oininenttnexcbaatsha left tor borne after a week s visit to - Ida daughter iln Julius W Raphael In this dty Dr firown - Sequard is still enragsd oa his youthful elixir at Paris and persists In believing that his expertaieBt wid at last be sucessf aiiy established Senajor Cameron aad Senator Boiler of South Carouck are bosom friends Tsere is no other suds clot Irfendsbip In the Senate They are now off on a aunt to 01 THE DiAlQim News and Notes of - tie Playew THE CniMPIOSSHiP EACE Baseball ia Cltr and Conatry 1h imtear Clnb Season TherafaiaTijedapostpoTreTaentofth Oakland - San Francisco baseball ram of Saturday sad the Oakland Sacra - Citato game scheduled for yesterday at th Bright - street grounds The San Frandsco - Stoekton gams lit Stockton yesterdsy and tbe Stocktoo - Sscramento gam at Sacramento on Eaturdsy were also postponed The only leagn game of the week was the postponed game between the Stock tons and the Sscramentos st tha capital dty on Friday The result a score of 5 to 4 i favor of Stockton wa not rmexpectedL Borehar did th work and th gam was sn exciting one II around The schedule for the coming week Is as follows - - At Chs Haight - street grounds Oakland end Sacra mento on Thursday San Frandsco and Sacramento on Saturday and San Francisco - and Oakland on Sunday At Oakland tbe Sacramento will play th Colonels on Friday and th Sea Francisco boy will play the Osklands Sunday morning Tbe Stockton and Sacramento will play Sander et Sac ramento Following is ta league rec ord to date 11 I 1 i i 1 d afternoon and visited the dab at I Tennis wCl be one of tbe many At tractions of tbe new Olympus Club grounds Two courts will be built as starter bat if this - branch of athletics is akeo in cbarg - by torn - good mandcon coerUwiU be recurred in slew years This duh possesses th tn ft of the dab wrought In tes if rial for aAkia fin teant piay - Aaa FraiKeo oaaisai auoektani Sacramento Kot And Comments - The Sacramentos are tbe lall - snders in th leegu race Borchenr pitcbing at Sacramento on Friday wa rodier - rusly spplauded He never appeared in better form President Moo hss flard Manager Robinson of the Osklands 50 tor breaking on ot th league roles Only three errors were mad In th gam at Sacramento on Friday Selna made the only errorfor Stockton aad Daly made the only two error for bacramento e Godsr of tbe Sacramentos Is s clever fielder His work is highly praised by those who bay seen bun practice Th largest crowd aver assembled to see a game in San Francisco Waathat present a the match between the Osklands and Priscosv tbe last gam - of last season when there were 243 a paid people the grand total being estimated at 28000 That same decided tbe championship in faror of Oakland vooo oi toe uasuanas is rated as good s pitcher ss Coughlm loung and Ebright ar the heaviest men in the local team They aca weigh 185 pounds The official score book this year is the best erer issued - President if one was s tajebsll crank eighteen years ago The Young Vassars have organized for tbe season of 1500 Th members are CL Antonio Pro - ranee pitcher - U Fsgan catcher JMvheUPressley Strains and McNesl KerriinJ Fitt - siramons Frederick Blanche and Willie Provence on the - bases Walter Levr George Kennedy and Arthur Hall in tbe held J McGregor shortstop Address challenges to P Gostaya White - law 631 Harrison street The Bindery hare organized for the season ot 189 and would like to bear from all dabs whose members are un der 17 year of age Address all chal lenges to iicintyre caidweu7W rolsom street r Tbe Jock Eye Baseball dab hss or ganized for the season and would like to hsarXroru all dubs whose members are under 13 years of age tbe Vassars or Jake Clancys preferred Address challenges to Manager C Antouio Provsncs 14 Hampton place city Tbe gam of baseball wmch was to have been played at bants Ross yesterday traspostponed en account of tn weather and the bad condition of tbe grounds The Amateurs Casey who is playing with the Woodland team in center field is prob ably the oldest California ball player in the State He is a short heavy set weight 200 good - natured fellow and plays good ball yet although not playing regularly The Denver Baseball Clob has been organized for the corning season under the management of Phil Dolsn with thevfollowing players - Right field Sam Oilman t left field Joe Locks center field Joe Benson third base J Gar rett f second base Doggett first case ueorge Austin 8Bor - atop - wnanes Berg pitcher H Tdtren catchers Jerry Kennedy and Phil Dolan Ad dress challenges to Phil Dolan 536 Jackson street The San Francisco Baseball Club bas organized for the season and womd Ex to hear from all duo under IS years of age Address challenges to A HI aide 1233 York - treet The National Diamond Union will rrre a masquerade bail slMecnamcs Pavilion on Saturday ni2ht April 12th Prizes will be awarded the beat disciplined baseball dub in uniform 1 here will be a special march for the cpm petmg dabs It will be n ecessarr for tbe competing dabs to send in their applications to tbs secretary A 8 Blake not later than Friday April 11th A numtsr of dabs have already signified their intention - of competing ior the prizes Tbe rain postponed many amsteur games Saturday and yesterday Tl r Northern California Amateur Leagn season commences this week Tb opening game was played yesterday at Woodland There will be games nearly every Saturday and Sunday at Central Park during the season Eastern Ball Notes It Is said that Kiiroy of last - years Baltimore baa s standing offer from the Boston leagn dob of s three - years contract 6000 Ior the first year 5OU0 for the second and 1000 for the third Chambcrhnv th St Lows pitcher is endeavoring to break into the brothsr - neod It will cost th League dob in Bos ton over 60lOCO for its team this sea son indadlng purchase money while the brotherhood team tber will bare teas than 45000 to pay for playing talent - lnlap is itiU unsigned The League dont want him on Account - of his brotherhood affiliation while the tatter organization bas been compelled to release nun through thsr personal feeling ot sons ef its promoters beifietfia player wbo wa allowed to accompany toe New York league team South - by paying his own expenses bss proved so strong s player attaint base and at tb bat tnat fee bas been atgned by Manager Matria fortwo PBuadelphlA will bay it shsre of Dssebau tn coming season it is represented in the National Leagn Placers League and American Asso - denos each e - t wbch Jus - adopted their scbadeles mid they rait tor the playing ot 203 championship game tn taat oiy Th pioneer dub of America wa the Knickerbocker Club f New York which existed before tn Mexican - war IS - ti It wis taw dub winds first abolished the system of hitting s baue - runner witn ta pau and adopted th system of throwing to a baseman who snottJd toacn tne runner team sat figured rather eonanfm outrylnth baseball was tds winter BrrtbrrnalAp Row White Rich - rBaH munon inompson itesnatt Ganiel TwitchaU and BeaHn hav had mors or less promlnenc star staos Uat fait A Ism psTCsnlagsof thaUagu xA brotherhood teams hays already taken th field - bat th nnxtUod wemthur ihs interfered msterlslly with outdoor wors - The Indlananotls etie - iJnmvAr play in New York - aniform next season Tn Washington dab will also retirvfrom the league - which reduces the league to eight dubs Th advanea sheets of gcafcnnoa Gold eontain sn eisborste rerfew of in wOTkinir ot the reservs rnl It contains tables t ho wtag the increase ta salaries of th prominent brotherhood players smew their connrctlon with th jeague nroumers received SS7 fit 1881 and last year 1700 Tsra total smouatpsld him forth sis seasons wss 2475 Kwin received 1009 in 1831 sad 3000 in 1839 and lb total foots np to 23000 VVho wouldnt bw sbssebsHslxraf F H Broneir secretary of the Haysrs National Leagu hss issued ha base ball cmdef f or tbe Kasnn lr is beauty and is - a valuable volume ot fact and figures To California patrons of tbe national gam who know genial Jobs Sheridan and wbo bar every reason tor regard him as one of the best umpires tatb country the following yarn related to a Sportm tuft correspondent by Jaek Crooks will not only Appear unfair sad on just ra its statement btit aba extremely ridiculous It was in our 1 first game with Boston st Frisco this winter said Jack and tber umpire esiied Kelly safe st bom Wbsts thatT veiled Arli Safe I said repeated the umpire Artie - stared bard at bim for a few seconds and then iungiag hi arms aloft b whirled around several times oo bis btel then fell to th ground Hat upon his back with bis arms sad legs outstrrtcneasna isiu so suu last ta player came rushfnr ta front tbe field thmkine that h had actnallr fainted Tn ampir grew eel as th bar EAuerea arouna mmvsnd edged oa to I ward tbe gate opening into the bleachers Coromy took s look at the prostrate down sad tbsQ turning to th umpire said Im afraid thatdeds - tonold many bas killed th boy snd I actually believs that CaliforniA sticker would h7 fled hadnt Latbam at this moment jumped to bis feet Tbe fact ot the matter is that bberiuAn only laugned at Arties antics ss ic - did every one or tb 4000 Interested spectators wbo witnessed the gamtrfroia th grand stand sod bleach era THE NATIONALISTS less ehalsefdgars each lighted from the stamp et the last - one - Happy maaP Gainbett once said of bim happy maul Beer and smoke agree with btn lOec to - yoer bitetest Yets ens bey SaltaUoa - - Aearestf rSnsztfgr2A GEBfAK - AKERiCA - - f AESSIOX OJlHUM I1W Tlie CitjTs Delhi nsvCnudH K0T2S FROM THE SCSeftiW Kftrr CaamrBies Psu - Mwi aote - 4 interest Froa Alameda Th present aspect of Broad war arwf of Seventh street between Broadway and Washingto - a - street on Sunday as compared with a month ago inter tsrnx tis changw from - trproar ott disorder to order and quiet be Jig very great At that tun tltu Woodwortlis dtv partar bad bees recent There werar hundreds of ber followers lathe otyi iuere were aiso rarous Independent evangelists Wtrose - audenrpt vorat gathered oa tk street corners from the - passers - by All ef the people including tb SalvatioattV held forth on tb slrett corners so that oa could not walk from Seventh ttt to FourUeiith oo Brdwy witaoo Ibowingrbis wsy through throngs of th carious st every corner This wss tb case every sight is tb week whiles on Sundays tt - about church hour the street preacher would pat in sn sppesrsnea aad doriug the atu - day aad vtniBg would their ncisy sx - hortatn be kept en Finally a man appeared one Sondsy aftrnooaoabycjsv As he rod up sad down Broadway he cslicd loudly to lb peopl ta repent of their way andbesiyrd Hwas V E Bermevt wbo became sabseqaently known as the blcyda ersnk At mgkt he preached oath toroer taking ss bis text th prophesy of Ericsson tbat San Francisco and Oakland would be agBlfeel by a tidal wav on th ltth ot Apm His ravings aroused th other itinerant speakers and tney soon all but s samed control of th city Half of th police force was nightly detailed to frotect them from violent at th ands of in street mob Ber - nett Rice and on or two other cranks btv csma so crazed that they spots all day as well At in the evening - West minded people bsrteaed to their sayings and the infideac of their fall dous doctrines was beginning tob widespread Men and women partic - nlariy the latter gar crsdencer ta Ericksous prophecy and numerous authentic cases of tbe disposal of property rest snd personal came to tight About this time the entering wedg Was dm en and Oakland sared front being absolutely turned oyer to tb crank v With Ericsson remoTst to tb Stockton Insane Asylsm eranktsai ia Oakland received Its death blow sail tor th first time in - months it is now possible to walk along Broadway with out being jostled by crowds oa thsr earner the South Signer SuccV the Italian scientist baa come to th front agsut With his discovery of a liquid the use of which enables a man to go an aallmlted length of Uno sritaoot feed Thevowaees - tinfilksnalrelsSetrTarl ta Marshall O Bokertt son ot the lata 3tu - shalili - Roberta - He Is 10 years old and worm 50UW uuu Biabon Potter speakl - ag of the rash of 1 ourmodzrB life tars - Weil nigh every I eoay ma great cuy is anting ao engine He is running himself on a schedule and the demand upon his all the while is to - crowd just a utue nor work or sport or exdiement rata the day than his nervous machinery will sund - Basmsrcks capacity for fobseeo is fully as wonderful though not so ceiehre - ed as his capacity for truev ber and brandy Ever since his university dsys he bas been naa au Vnraia imflkw fkann rancher that is a smoker who cooneets I Thenew snonds ef th Kaw York his breailaat and his to wUljaAend - J Players Uarue dub will o thAhs - od - omest baseball park tbat bas vr been bunt so tb metropolis - Tb New York snd Bostoa Players bas ha II dab ar lit Savannah for practic under Southern skw Tls maibexs ot tn old Dsiroit Interesting Speeebes In Twer T - an - gnages Many Hew XXember Elected Delegat - es Catocesw Th Geraan - Ameriesn NatJonaCst Club met at Irish - Araericaa Hall yesterdsy alteraoon Although started only four weeks ago the - organization numbers oyer s hundred members The roR opened with twenty - seven names aad tb popularity of the movement that th dab Is engaged ia is shown bt tbe increased mem Mrs hi p The sttendsnee wss vary large and many I dieswrs present The speeehesJ were beard witn Interest and th state ment mat - co - operation was the best so ation of the exisfcog evils Was received with enthnsAam Dr Alfred Mattes and Ross Martin spoke in English They called Attention o the unhappy condition ot tb tforkmg classes wbicb bad sees no improvement in tha psssmgyetrs Tbe Nationalist movementpromised to bet ter tbe lot of the people Albert Carr - lin spoke In Germsn H touched s popular rein in his remarks wnich were loudly spplauded Contrasting the condition of tb masse with that of those wbo employed thm the speaker found mucn to deplore - Hun ger ana misery were everywhere watt sad diiii ess were the portion of tbe poor There wss little isdividest liberty r tbat consisted la - working for lust enough - to keep starvation - anv from tbe family Freedom was a misnomer where the masses were rated by capital Mr Corrlin Invited those who desired tOToia tbedab tacont forward and sign th roll aad about twsaty - nr signatures were ga - necL An interesting feature of tbe exer dses wastbeimglng of the - bebwaben uesangvertin which wss recalled twice A resolution was adopted condemning in tbo strossgert terms tbo movement began by some German - AmericanAmerican dttxens to make a collection for tb purpose oi sendn - g a gift to Prince Bismarck in consideration of services rendered by bim to all Germsn in foreign countries Th resolution further declared tbt the action of the commit tee in upholding and thus deendmgj monarcnicsi ms - rumcons ana taexr defenders wss antl republican and no less than treason to American - institutions After tba pubfie meeting a special ouiiness meeting was neid tor tne purpose of ejecting delegates to th Nationalist - State Convention to be held Ar - nfPtbiii Metropoutan Hal Tba I following were elected H XVfeis mann Jul Pfetffer Albert Wilde and Theodore ilavtke i CUFFEU KUOFS Costly Topping to Sons Kw Cn - neotieat Balldblgs Aasonia Carr New Xbrk Bun The Farrell Foundry end Machine Company are just completing a new four - dry building which bss probatlv t th most cosiir roof of any similar uuuuiuj us vwnccunik ii nos ja uie kuusvj itos wifse - uevaeE nam oi iioa trasses The covering is the most expensive part Instead of slate or tin as is tha usual roofing for socfe buildings the roofs are catered with sheet copper just ss it comes fromtb rolling mill It is ia long stripe two feet wide and long enongn ta reach front the eaves to tbe - edg of the roof where I the rUg ought to be This ia laid in sunpa ana tne eugea nent at rigat angles with the roof are clamped together and bent over again as a doctor doe up a powder In a paper No solder or cement is nse - L The roofs contain a trine over 33900 aqua feet of copper or 3000 pounds Th - a iswort at present 22 cents a poMnd making the cost of tb Covering S3G0 for th tnate - I rial alone The upper section of tbe root a on immense glass sajiignt containing oyer 6000 squsre feet Of gjas one - Cotrrtb of an inert thick Wallace A Sons copper manufacturers sre building new edtce the rjof of which - is also covered with copper This wid cost several thousand dollars when completed fceveral years ago the Seymour Maw trfactaring Company ol Beymour adopted ibis style of roof when copper was mods cheaper than now Two years ago tb building wa destroyed by fire - and so vsluasie wss the eop - per At that urn that tb rams were thotv fHigbly searebad for every fragment of the roof which waea - found proved to be worth more to the company thaa theerfgiHeJcostof th roof wttbr th cost of labor added it is estimated that the roefs on the sew foundry building will last for 100 years Komedie Save - BIlBdaeea Ismdea Figaro Jt is dotressuig talesrn thstoutof the 00 persons blind fros tbeas birth in thts coattry who owe their loss of sight to iiins - amaium of tbe eyes st least two - thirds ot them - might now hatebeea in tbe enjoyment ot tLavr sigbt bat for th ignerane oe neglect of their earliest gnsztbaas It seems that tha - xsmedes for thainlaatiiemfiara - nteltoa wbicbcattses blindness are both many sad simple Thttsitcmnotbe too widely made known tbat ta ayes lof A aewir bora child U iasUmed should be washed with pure wrm Anotber propoa Uoa is t btuut a t j iwraiHt u ksra sBiriiin - jiw z per cent sotottoa ol nitrate oi suver sheaid be zastiRed mto - each with a strop tube In Germany mid wires sre enjoined to adopt tbo abov remedial treatment under oath and sine that baa been don tb decreas in tn number of blind children bss been most appreciable ItijrerAs - Tcsss - frompn - res herbs Great S3rAXala - 4UvrCyIv - - Cwmty eiMI Itetea A grammar sctsool course crrtificxtsj has been granted to Princi pat PIstc ot th Missioa Saa Jos school Grammar grade certlncaie hay been awarded to Fannte T Hay Loretta 8b s w Sadie B Horn and Margaret Wales temporary srradimsr grade to Miss Emma Smittison r - s - newed certifieale Mrs E L Gregory and a grammar schoot coarse certliicat to - L Dopoat Lyiev An educattoAal diploma has been recommended to Fi G Harrlmaa Returned to Iter Farewts Mary Cummioas the young gtrl what wss recently brought from Berkeley ta the CoantyJail on suspicion of mental derangement has - been turned over tot her father John Canmings of 439 Valeucia street Saa Franoscok h ideatty Of toe girl wa for sOne bme a mystery while tbe whereabouts of bar parents was un - knowrt Now tbat the latter urn found she is turned over to them a she u n ot ill enouch tobeconfineJ in an asylum - tee - kin XdenttSealtoa W JEVuson tha man confined In thai County Jail for aa unnatural trim committed last week fa Berkeley and against whom there is aa additloaal Charge of being the perpetrator Ot tb Flossie Moran assault is held te await ierther sdentiacation on tbe last charts Tbe eider sister of tbe Moran girl and several residents of Berkeley have lately called at tf - e jail to identify Wilson bat bare failed to do so Th satltorrtMe is Bcrtrtevsnd tha oty bare already arrested ball a dozen in nocent men charged with tbe onesssv As tb man wbe committed tne offense was seen but for aa mstsnt ab soIatidnnflcat - n i very diiBcuit Ass Anged Aasaalfc Cbufof Police TompkmS stated last evening that h bad no knowledge ot the sUegetLsssoft - nd attempted robbery of s wonun In TV est Oakland daring Saturday night other than th report that one bad been committed His officer - bad beea unable to Iocs te the victim ascertain ber name ot obtain a dssenptton ottbe assailant - - Mrs J W Wacsob Ped The laners of the 1st Jennie Wi Watson wife of Oaorge Allen Watson who died oa Saturday of cancer took place yesterday from th Wilsoa House She was the daughter ot Nathaniel Brown formerly proprietor of the Nevada Tmxtcrtpf cab leave bar bast ad and a nine - jeAi - oid too surviving AUUEUA - 1 13 - t Of tfca sevsn bo - fs arrested for jump - - 1 IngonandoS trains In motioa in viCf istionof SAltyordiaance fire pleaded guilty and were fined 3 each which their parents paid sod two wtr re leased ss it wss not quit clear that they wr gnij ty A carious seddent happened oa Friday to C F - Itres a laborer st work for Hammond Gun in padiag Ps dficaveno H and other sfcoveler ere worktag close together Aad a b waamaking tb return moUin Alter having usbvered a shovel of earU to th wagon a man who wa slandia close beiud Dim mad tne reverse motion and accidentally strnek hishaavst with th sharp dg of hjsabovel se - r - enng a finger all except a little pies of stdn A aargeoa dressed the wovael snd says tb severed and tnU growo - a sgain Several acrideats has hsppatfd lately to engine ot narrow - jeaug train a Twice th skmsectms - roA - to drive wheat bate broken and one tb supporong springs gar wsy Tss sgiss - uatrtB small one pitk when the lira wa first opened twelv years Ago and they seeas to beoye - - - taxed tn he lulling the tag train Utst r now necary to acmmmesleaa th trsvtL The High aad Porter school m - gadl at being laid out la lawns sad - ssauisesl nshniijbeTr Ameaagaf stockholders in tb Masonic Hall Association ha bean called for April 3d to consider tb ps - pnety of altering tba plana Jo - tssa buiUins To plan that bas bm adopted calls for A tbree - stos - y awick bn - lduuf WslOOU It is - found that at will cost 10100 - more thaa UmbsvA stisastearnAd as SUA AssociatSsai ass fortr ieet mor of froa tea tha It wsss r proposed t utilize some of tbe atoess - boidecs are la tavbr ot coverroa it t with A wOodeS building two stars high on the ground tbat st watiist cast lesr sad yUapelriBenn stxirrbrixlOArJlaRsmotlr erect wooiao building corrta that Same grOdnd space but tesree ssbTJasc - beiAhL F - s at - aVBItssssOt Notsfas esn el at sla BIS wut tt are bow t rtaalA mhala 44 oe 33 rsdlbae tb - ansa - Bassar aaa tn ess - - ssrsf - ptv a2v4 i Nfe - - - xjcX biloi i ilfar - tintftS - titUkmmaJiimiaillm J Ul - f - - -

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