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jjjii d THE SUN, MONDAY, JULY 7, 18W. I
SI " AT THE OLD STANDS TO-DAY. tills 'it ntVAT. awns op NEtr sonic axd Sjl UBOOKI.VS AT HOME. K) How th Coniratsi ltenld Ytalnrdaj Iji tnche(rr Hioppoil Tour Ktrnlclit at H' I,oiilTllle-Olnom Ter In Jerejr CUT Bit i.u.lyAmril.iira-OtiirrNewsiannNote.. l Tho result of ttio chnmplonshln names In the iff Amsrlcun nail Atlantio associations yoitordar S was as follows: It f ntr: amftiican aebociatiox. jl )l 6L Louis. 7 i llrooklrn, 2. Ill Syracuso, G; Toledo. 5, lyl Athletics. 14: Columbus, 4. HI Loulsvlllo, 13: itoohoetex. C. U, II1F. ATLANTIC! A.OCIATION. J Y Xowark, 5; ISnlllruore.S. 3 jl l! Tbe .Nallonnl League. the r.r-cono. It Ili.ISiUJS lllll Ctc,t H-' : ?5 S I 5 HI :j Ill - II ' I ' llRI ' Cincinnati , f Jl " I i flrnoklrn 3 J J J J J J II rlilladelplila i 1 ' i 2 J l,S IMfi rhteaso 4(44.. 2D r'M iW2i heiv lork. 1 I 2 I. 6 3 40 lei! I'levelaml ; ; J J lltil I tiuiburfh 1 2 ) I . Camsiloit 5 i? 5 37 5 4l.. j i Tbe l'luyera Lentiic. iSl! THE HECOHD. It " wwwn ililJ 5 til 'Sl ' r? ? I ct"- Mfiia1?.!'; 1 1 : :ilhrr.-3 Illi . Fasten 2 101 f. 41 6 4. S'lT 'Jfl nVoekiyh... v 4 5 .. C t'sl 4 Ul ll II few York 1)1 4 i 5 J li) rKl a"T'na.. ii 4l 4 4 2 71 1124 3B n.mnloit 2tJt 5si ?' Ki7 uCy Tlie Amerlemi A.aoclatton. , llfrl THE r.ECOHIl. llf.l . r lil clubs. sSlSsi i; !(jj J ; , ' p p ? 1 f I j AthlMin 1 "j "c," I 10 W io ; j I lflll.HH. I 6 5 J 7 J 6l ll i jiochMi.r 8,2 '-! 2 1 JljJM IK'.? , I'nliitnbut 2 C 7 2;. S liH Wi I ToU.lo 1IJJ11 2 I V6 H H' Sjrai-Ufo 2 1 4 2 C 97 ml JJruoHijn 2I ' iliiiL'15 HI j Cimetloit 51a 27 JJ 32 4'j77 rag j J H l Ft. Looi .'uly Ftamaey itnrta In to pitch to-itar. Hj D ! but w tAku out in tfiw MrnnJ InnliU' He ni&deA 3ffi jnfuplay on the Lscfl, anil wlien fpolen o b) on(lF ISt fl Ann. rilled In ttie most iiisullui lanzuaca Tba 9 11 1 core I M ' 8T. LUIM. t nrooKLTX (i. 4.1. I El K.ln.p.0.4 i, ; R. lx r 0.1,1. iFnller. . .. u 0 1 2 2 1nn. ...0 1 2 3 11 McCarthy. 3d bo I L' 3 n Mmnn. L f... .1 1 a o 1 Cainnao. r. t 2 3 u o HDm. p. .. o 1 1 0 1 , , lioteinan. utbn nil 11 n.i'lirlen.litb...o 1 6 1 I III lunar, c. t .1111 l'oltz.o f. . ...' 1 2 0 1 H 1 Illccina. 'Jilb .10 5 4 1 l'ltr. r. (.. 1 u 1 o 11 l VaM I. f . I 11 (ill iitrbanlt. 2dbO u 111 4 0 In Human, p 1 1 1 I Hones. M b. i 11 11 0 1 HI liamxty. p ..noon Oilcj.c 0 0 1 a o IN Mletta,p 1 ! 1 II ll Totals 2 5jai0 5 III Total! 7 HJ7 13 4 I II IliimlDH oat for running out of line. II II Ft. I.011I1 . 1 u o n 2 0 0 2 2-7 U Brooklyn.... . I 0 0 o o 1 u (1 1 HI 11 l.nna earned St r.ouln 3; IlrooMyn. 1. Tiro-bua 111 Mtn Mnnyan. o Ilrlen Three bane hit oleon. Home 1 H run Canilau Sttvet'H Double plai-Uerhardt an.l IS linen U). Ulinrliin and Roieman. Ilase on halli tin j ffl liatniey, 1; off htnetti. 1', ott lilly, 1. Struck out in htlTi-tla. ' i:d plicliet llallr. J Daica rtolen fHl) Mlretta (2i, f Imon. I'liz. i.erbardc. Atteudduce 3.7U4, MB Tlme-iw. Lmplre Kerlni ! iTiiLKTir. 14: 0Lt:llBc 4. BUI rmuniLruii, July tf. The gamo to-day resulted u jl follows: Wl a I a. r a a. . r.1f. ro.i.L 11 Welch, c. f 3 1 -' 11 11 McTamany.c.f.l 0110 s 111 rnrcelL I. f ...4 3 3 0 Ot-need.r.f 1 0 0 u o I,-. one. 3d b ..12 1 I u Johnson. 1 f .0020 HI O'HrlenJllb. 1 1 12 0 0 Htllly. ud b....l 1 u 3 0 II i. Hiafir, r. f..l 3 o u 0 O'Connor, c... 0 u 10 1 0 11, llobloion. o ..I 1 7 0 0 Crooks, '.Mb.. ..0 14 11 (Jl T. Bhafer.Jdb.t 13 3 (p Doyle. a.a.. 0 1110 11,1 Conroy. a. ....! 1 0 B (1 I-ehane. 1st b.,0 I 0 11 11 M tsrer. p 1 10 0 0 ilastrlnht, p ...0 0040 Kaitou, p .12 0 7 0 I Total! 14 1527 10 0 l Total! 4 0 37 22 1 Athl'tle 3 4 2 0 3 2 0 0 0-14 colutnbui 0 o 11 o 0 o o 0 4 4 1 Farned ran! Athletic. 7: Colombo!. 2. Tvo-baie H hlis-rt elch ('.'). 1'urcell. Uoblmon. ( onroy. Rellly. Do) le. M Three bale bltl O'lirlen O ehafer fiacrlllce hlti fi u'Hrlen, Kobluson Mnlen baiea ruroell 12), Lona, 1 G'Rrlen. it. Shafr. Conroy CO Double ptayi-Conroy, CI hhafcr. and u'Hrlen (J)' McTamany and O'Connor, Johnson and OVonnor; Rellly, Crouka. and Lebane. Left on basea Athletic. S, C'oiumbua 4. struck out Lrons ilobinsooii) :. hhafer. Conroy, taper (3). Sneed til Johnson Ui. O Connor (-1. I.ebano 1-lrat base on Valli-Purcell (2). Ljona. (I'llrlen 12). T Bhafer, (I. Sha rer (2) Conroy, McTamany (2). ineed. Crooks, lilt by nlicbid ball-welch, 2. Wild pltchri-Uastrliht. 2; .astoaS. l'aased bal'l 0 Connor, 4. Time 2.0S. I'm- HI Hire Toole. Br Totino, July n Syracuse won the fourth and last EL tjame ot the aeries by su enor baiting. The score. TOLKDil I BTR1CUSC. Bi p. I a. raa.it. 1 h. lB.r.a.a,z. B Werden. 1st b.,0 012 1 l.Wrljht, c. f....u 0100 iTeutau.o.f ...1 n 1 0 o l'roeser r. f.,,1 13 0 0 barloodrf,2 2 2 0 11 Chllds. 2d b ..23400 MchoisonidbO o 4 1 uT. u'Hoiirt.cSb.1 2 1 1 u Van Dyke. :idbO a o o 1'hlv if. .13200 Ml Fonelbeik. 1 1.0 U 1 3 -' McL'shlln. s. s I 112 1 1 Miraiue. I.f. 0 11 1 11 oiMcyuery.lstb 0 u 10 u 0 ii 1 Italy, p 1 10 0 01 Morrison, p o 0 0 2 0 H Welch, c. 1 1 s 1 1 Ker. p.... 0 0 0 o 0 BJh Urlucs.c .... 0 1 2 u 1 Hi Totals o U12t) 11 5 O'ttoiirke, c. ..00301 m Totala. 8 10 27lT"3 If p 'Winning ran scored with one man out. III Toledo. "" 11 " 0 1 0 0 o s Ml Bjracuie 0 3001000 2-6 B. I Earnrd rum Syracuse 1. Two-base hit fiwartwood. m i Three-base hits fiwartwood. Chllds. Ely. Donble plays Bit I tchtebeck and Mcoolsin. Mcyuery (unassisted'. Ijasa III on balls oil Mealy. 1; on Kcefe, 1, oil Morrison. 2 Hit til I by pitched ball Keife. Mruck out IJy llealy, 0; by ? ' Keefe. I. by Morrison. 3. l-nssed balls-Welch, a, l CVKonrke. I. Wild pitch Morrison Attendance 2.COJL Iftt Tluii-Tno hours L'mplres Ems.le and reeblea jplf1 . 1.01 isriLLB, IJ; r.oniKSTKR, S. ll I l IyiuisTiLiE, July . Kor tho fourth snrceislre time Uf 1 Itoihester succumbed to the henry hitting ot Louts 1 1 villi ar.dlot todays came. Tin score Hi ' LOllSTIILK. 1 ROCHKSTKK. f a- li-r a a. alirAi.1, Taylor, lstb. ..1 1 Io u 0 nreenwd.2db,2 3 4 4 0 Weaver, c I... 2 3 O 0 Ojl.ions If. 0 .1 0 0 0 Mi ltaymond.3db2 2 2 & 1 Know lea, 3d b.l 3 II 2 1 IMli Wolf, r f... . .1 1 u 11 oi;rtilln.c. f... 1 1 a u u Wl l-hlnnlck 2db.l B 3 :i oiMcOulrcc 0 0 u 0 o HI Hamburg. I. f il 2 4 11 o.o'llrlen. Istb 117 2 1 H , Tomnry. 0.S...1 2 2 7 0 Ilurke r f. 0 0 3 o o HI llyun. c 0 112 njMcKeou.'h. a. so 2 0 4 0 Ml hlirel. P.. ..1 2 u 4 0 Callahan, p.. . 0 0 2 0 1 B 1 Totals ....13 17 2721 II Total! . . ., 3 12 24 12 1 T.oulsYllle i 0 11 2 0 (I 2 .-13 Ilorhestrr .1 o 2 0 u (I 0 1 1 3 I arned rnns-I.oulsrllie. 7: Unchester, 4. Two-base V Mrs Weaver, Moif, Shlnnlck Hamburg. Kuoales. j, Oreenwoid Ttirvr-lrase hits lireenwood (-'), Double i plan McKeough. ureenwoodand o Hrlsn (2). Tnmner, 1 1 fthiiiotck and lailor. Kayinoud and Taylor, liases oil U, balls lly rhret. 4 by Call il.un, ft. lilt by pitched ball Ilurke Mruck out-lir Khret, I, ty Oallahan, .'1. i r.s.ed balls Itiau. l,.Mci,ulr 2. Time, 2.UB. cm 1 plra, Doeicher. Alteiiilsnce-iJ147a K Tub Atlantic Aanoclutlon. C. V. TUB 1IEC0IID. I rHirP 1 SKli::::::::::-:::":::::.. ..Jil? ! SIJiJJJ 1' hewark o I... I llUtli Worcester 13 2! 4 6' 9 3 HI Washington 3 2 &l 4 4 4 31 ! Jcrseyilty 12 2 2 4. I 7 u 3! Wilmington 2 13 2 2 4 2 ! M HarKurd 1 2 1 I 4 .2 3 It V Camsslost 17 I8.ar.'i u ih to il I KKWARK, ft; BALTIWOaV, 2. I Ilsrl hltllnir and brilliant fluldlng enabled the New- I srtsiofcoi tnnther victory oyer Ihellaliluioresyei Urday. Tl.e score 1 SaiWAllK. BALTIMORK Mb. r.n. is n.la.r.0. a,r. Johnson. L f 1 .' :i 1) ( Long, c f .0 u (1 o 1 14llll.erl.Mb 12 2 4 11 Mack i( b u I 8 2 ll 1 HrlXnnolt ibU 11 4 I lute Istb 0 I 5 o 0 1 leias. 1st b ...1 1 ii t 11 lownsend. r 0 1 & I I I Mli! c... 11 o 8 I Herri' k, .il b 1 2 o u o I Dooms, r. t ...o b 1 0 u I'ower. a B....H 14 2 0 II Me.t1.cll.0L. 0 2 1 11 1 hummers. L f 02210 i- Unitn s a .. .1 2 1 3 ( Henry, r t 12 4 0 0 ,hh builivau, p..,, 1 1 0 u (1 M, O'liourke,, po 0121 If Toia'i "a M37 ill Totals... "aiusT'es Jl; , Newark ,.3 3 10 0 0 0 0..-8 Offij Baltimora 0 o 0 0 I o 0 1 0-2 ffl Earned runt-Newark. 4i naltlmore, I. Two ban Hj, MU-Johnson, Helils Hacrldce liits-McDermott. H Chllds, Dooms, O'Kourki ts. Molen bases UHbert. 1 Long, Henry (3). liase on balls -.Newark, ui Haiti BrBMl lucre, 0. liase on errors ew ark 1 l.ert on bases IK Newark. U, Ualtiinore. H Mruck out Nenark, J, Krsj 1 llnltlmore, a Double plas hmltli, MLDerroutt and KrfJH ' 1 le'ds. Powers and Miuk Passed balls low useml, W ) 1'1,11'Js l'mplres r.lenllne and Hunt THue-l:iO. K Atniidance-:i,tu S Will slorisey Tlirow Dp tlie Hpnutxrt 'M, '; The directors of the Jersey I'lty Club will hold their Hj regular meeting this utteriiooii What tin outcome of W tbe iiiemiig will be Is not ueunluly Lnonn but It will BJ likely tlrtlde wlieltur tbe rlub lontluue or 01s (ll band If tin club is dlsbanled It 11 thought thai the team will rsmslu Inlauunlll July is. Miould the club, W, Uow ivir, deride to n o) out tho season tbe team will be IH strengthened. HurdiKk will not be ri'eaied but will be S placed on the suspension list for the remainder oftbi !!H season. Another lamaisr will ti kpuolatsl at lbs HB tasstlnj to-lay, sVaTtf'rsiSt 1. B'1 - if?ll" mi ilaffll'1ssfrw'''4V'ffT'lrTl!f!!! WHAT OVlt 1'LAXEns HAVE nosB. The following figures show what the players of the, aeren local clubs have dona Id thslr fight for the cham pionship flags. The record. NEW TOflK NATIONAL LKAtlUB CIAin. 2 n"" 8 i i B S 3 f : I 3 f a i : : cis I 1 7 P Murr.hr..... i11! (31 ill i ft Sl I" '' f,vi11 I nuckler ...... 37 1M 17,21 I 9,.leVI Mil Kl weicii.... i im iu 0 11 im ' ", iW Oirtlisle . V. IVlllv 2 ' 217 2" Mllll MiM ft ikxett i,II9 UiM 71 asm IOH,l.W 7 SUsnnr .... Mill MM 2I7IW3 IStt'M ft" S l.lllesscock . .. lJn7IV M 19 II 3191 WilWIM KM II slTurnan w 241 M7ftl2JIOi.'i7 4 II ul.) II llll'rnuug .. MlirU'nUJ l.'H 2HIJ 21 12, HU ft ll'narke ft2i,2l'.T7 2JI0 .11 m 61 2l s'J 15 in Henry. II a 1,11 I si n n 2 I 73 3 J owe . .... II I I" l 2 IH 27 M II .W7 9 2 llurk.lt .. . 37IIW a'U 3 7, 3"J 4. 27IIJI t4 I ljsharrott. ... II 41 4i .3 IRil 4 5 7i 17 i'lslerbrook. .. V 16? MlSI 7 Id 3tt9M M ,N 2 l,rt .Murphy. . . Si 0 I U (I .111 0 4 0 111 "5 1 17'crane .... 31 I2 HI I) ll 0, lull H 2 2I SM IC NEW TOKK lXAYKnSJ.KAnUK CX.UP. 7 " fc'5 ?l'5 i"l & r? fc 5 s?'5 i 4 Hm I f ii? II I S : : :rsfj j I ji 21W F.wlng .... 31 121' 43 13 III.JI37 46I9I.II6 9 II llrown ..... I'.'1 71117 ill 3 7, .271 94 IJi:i77'l2 MUllgnan . .. SS 107 IS 37 3 I Jfti H !S 'il'25 '8 1(1 Keefe Il ll I ft 0 I .tel lfl 4ll 2 !M 3 1 Crane i" r,l,lJ 2. 2 3.391 3 10 Id .all 11 4 Day .. . 17' dl'1,13 : S N I !B I .971 2 lftlJ. I.wlng 131 4i I 4 101 f 3 2- 2 KB 5 Connor ... M 521 79 11 12 7 S7I V S .917 1 elRichardson... Ml323l6S 20 23 rr;ll7 WW 91ft S 11 Whitney fto J'l X II 3 17 33il 70 111 H .SJ0 14 6 O'Rourkl ihZA ui 6 19 .121 lltl H 11; 916 7 ?more M ZlulTSiTSIli'liI W 13 .CT 0 4 Plalltrr M IftVSI ftl Hi 3 Jill f9 S ft 933 S 5 llatneld ..-. 9 Jl n M s'll .21 17 Ids 31 .Mi 13 SIMnstmrin. 20 Mi 13 al 81 3 310 S9 (ft 14 rl,ll Wljohnilon l? Wll2n! i 4 .2-iil ftCI 2 4 .w i DROOKLTV KATIOVAt, LEAGUE CLUB. I S i ' ?l3 5 s M E s PtsraM. : i E sis S ? S q 3 a : . ;, I ; : : 3 2 r : -I; : "lais : i I SIO'Brlen SlISII M,67'1613' 3.V, HHJ S l Oil. S 4 Collins. M.229 M'C7 SfHli ..MVISO QC, ITi .1U.il 7 1 'Burns. . 37'.0'.w tOi 9 231 314 Til Bl I1 W7 4 Jlroilt? IS ZVM3 7l'r- III 3H9WI 2?ll7l 9731 3 8 Plnkner '& J'J 42 43 l C ,2I3 76 81 20i B7 11 10 I'orkhlll H'l1"! 21 37 6'12 L?H I'M 4 3 979 i II inillU ......... W 21H .12 12 S 12 .I'll 97 193 40 "79 12 ft Daly 2iii !0,I7 .11 ftl 212 101 2A 1, 941 'J 7ii'aritthers . Jo'l.! 11 4 2 23ft IS ill 12l.i2 ll li'Terry 12III.VI1 23 7 2 191 32 IS 7 ."li'lO 14'Hiigliei 9 16 2, 1 0 0 t.l I !3 0 1KUI I UU'lark ... I9iiul(i (i I 139 SI, 17 16 .fill 13 tinuihraur Ii, I' il" 1 0 ivi 72' 15 I .;.W j t.l.ovelt 171 07 ,12111 2 2 .3 II 3'l 3 Wdl 6 nnoOKLTN PLATERa' LKAOUE CLUB. t- ' IB 5C!s"l &i " L '1 112 i "- ! M Fflf f ; i'S ? fj- ;JF:JJ': H6 TlCook -ilfis HHII 11 9 :r,lH9l 31 13! 94l 3 3 Klnslow Sllim MSI, 1 3..11 Itrii 3ftil6l 11 llllalliy 19 " H 3 S .26.11 13,13 SHJ 12 12 Hues 8 21' 2 1, ll 21l 141 (l l 9.U' ft 1.1 Murphy 19 V1i IV 3 0 Ji I2l 46, 9 K-nll ft Ian llallrm.. 33'li-1 36ll4ll9 91 ail 47 Kl'll 9o9 8 1 )rr. ... . .. H 210,11 I 6 .343 ' 411 23 13, 97J 1 6 lllerbauer .... .' i7i ft 71 li13 .3ol 1 M 221 9JI ll lliJovci..... C3 2II 02 48 2l1 2241 71 1 4.1 111 816,16 Jlttard... bli'iftl Mil 27IJ S3I17IU91M 170 14 Ki (.eery 63 231 19 62 29 17 22.111161 111' 879 13 9 Andrews 31 117 Jl Wi ?l 7 2SI ll 8 919 7 8 Hcl.eachy .. ei 262 4ii6J,l 31 .240ili3 ft 13, isii'li) 16 Meyhlng. ... 17 ft.1 6 ft 3 ft W4I 7 S jl.i. i IftSowders. 13 43 I 6l 3 111 6 25 S. .i I lli'hunday I ftl U 7i 3 ul 2 .1671 1U ul 11 VJ9J 8 BBOOKLTN AMEBICAN ABSOCIATIOX CLUB. I r fc!l I! 2 el? g'? I 5 P i p . I f? .! ! f r ; Via :l:is & 7 Peltp !.i:i2M34,.15 7 9..241 129 141 9I.H7I 3 SMmon ftJSMM'60 H 14,2VIli; 12 9.9JI I H Dally S7 252 it 41 J)ll2 .I'jl 89 ftl 181 lv1 S 3 O'Hrlen If 227 29 61 6 17 263 1 291 .26 17, 941 2 Klerhardl i.v, 319 21 ll 6 6.211 210 192 22 ,'JM' 1 I Kennelly 4i 174 40 4b 8 0 ' 264 79 16U 11 .Milill ? Howes 26 IDS 15 27 3 2 2V) 57 II, 17 M2 10 Toy 341124 8 22 2 6.172 122 fj Jtl .N.l 7 II McCullough .. I61 (U 1 0 n 3 .( 1 .16 7.8H1IO 12 I'lu . . .... 27 S4 li II 11 9 .131 62 61 !9,.7iJ II 1 Williams 2 I 1 2 1 n Si) 1 3 1 wll! 11 Mattlmora... 29 11113 16 9 9.IV1 1- 40 01.8531 rt 2 .Nelson 19 70 16I9 5 u.27l 21 C9ll.86o 0 JERSET C1TT CLUB. t p - & gtrg I 5 s? !?!? E egS'ji Is 1 ?S i o'le-2 0s & 1 E 5 , Punas. S : 1 fef "3 K : . a a.'::a?2:i:32 E s:::rEs:::53 r ; ; ; ; fs J ; . r 7 FlUgerald 43 155 31181 6 3 .2321 49 66 26 .816 9 9 Hctluckan.. . 37 237 17 54, 28 10 .238 III 13 31 .887 S 3 Srady 46 l7 27 56 16 8 .299 105 83,31 .862 7 6 Van Alstlne . 37 230 II 61 9 8 265 83 89 21 ,892 4 4 Roussey 54 212 27 62 13 6 .292 103 113 57 .833 8 1 Turner 12 SJ Sill 6 1, 314 9 11 8 667 11 10 Dowd SJ 105 14 23 2 0 219 M 17 21 .W2 11) 8 SIcDermotl... 43 167 25ll0 ft ft .239 88 m 15 ,9P 3 2 Burdock 21 85 10,21 I I M II SI I 910 2 ft Iiooley 16 194 .19 13 8 6 .273 407 19 17 902 1 11 Murphy J7IM 19J38 II 0 ,2U3U1 6i 21 .877 6 NEWARK CLUB. h (j,Ik. fcSi ft 5 a. f S'S I H fM'iII 15 11? Ill Funu. e : : c gl' S r::a a a 1 fc , !i :,S!J 1 ! m i ! !H 2 Gilberts 1522Tjt3 015 51 S?4i 81II3131,.8T9 9 1 Johnson 55 229 61 65 1 7.2llWSi 13 I'll 924, 3 4 Fields. 45 222l7 68 23 II 261 l) I5'3),.0l.1 1 7 Mansell 31 181131 11 17 f. ,24JII0 lOloLlCI 4 .1 McDermott.... 53 216l6 59 2314 .273 153 149,3)1 910 .', 9 Smith 553I9 35 11110,10 .2311 111,212 13, 910 5 10 Dully 39 137,12 211 4 6 .153 I03 69,26 ."IS 11 11 JHIIer Hi .M H 8 2 2l.lJ1 81 S3 1.913 2 8 8Ulllvan M H'l 9 19 1 2.VI 6 35 ft tfJll 7 ft Dooms SS J"B!37'34 C 8 3.16 2t ft 6.850,10 C Cbllds- 17 90 lliil 13 2 .2501 93 V, 161.681 8 Bllnor I.encuea. INTER-STATE LEAGUE. AtF.TanSTllle F.ransMlle. 14. Burlluglon. 3 AtTerre Haute Tern Haute, 13, Indianapolis, 2. At I'eorla Peoria, ft, (juincy.a. AT BHOUOLA GLE5. rortJerrls. n 11 o 5 0 3 0 0 07 Cuban lilants 3 O0U2O2 0 ..-9 Other Guinea1. ALIFRTO.il, 13, JFR3ET CITT, 12. TbiAllsrtnns defeated the Jersey City Club at Moni tor 1'arfc isterday afternoon. Thescoret allkhtoiis. I jaiainr cirr. n.la.ro.A.K n.lB.r.aa.x. Warner, r.f.,e..2 I 3 3 l'SIcriucken. I f.i 1 1 u j Murray, as .13 2 4 2IM'phy.2db 3dUl 13 2 0 Roberts, 3d b 12 13 u;iloole, 1st b.,4 2 lu u O Lever, c f-r.f.3 301 OiVnAlne.3b.Mba 1434 llemlein. Istb 0 110 1 0 M'D'molt. p r.f3 2 14 0 Klnzlcidb 3 0 0 3 8 Itousiey, a s..,0 2 13 1 (Ireen.Lf 2 2 4 0 3 Hugerald.r.f. I 0012 hworliiicb.li u 0 0 2 riiowd, r. 1 15 11 Il'l!oaaucrf.2 I I 2 I iTuruer, n, c-f 01220 TotaJs 13 13 27 10 io Totals 121727 15 10 Allertons n 1 2 n 0 3 3 1 1-1:1 Jersey Illy 3 0 11 0 2 4 o 1 2-12 Earned runs Jersey City, 2. Allertons, 4 First bro on errors Jersey cit), (1, Alierions. ft. Lofton Inses Jersey Cltv. ft: Allertons, H Homo run Iiooley, Ihrro base lilts Dooley Mctlilcken, Deuilem Two bane hits Van Alstlne, Turner, Mctlowati. eincrltlre hits 1 11. gerald. Roberts, hwurbacli. struck out Mcdiirken, varmr. 1 ever, Demleln (2) Ilusuou bul's-Uil Turner. 3 oil McDermott. It olf Hworbach, 4. biolen buses an Alstlne, lloussey, Murray, Lever (.'), Demleln. Double play Klnzte, Demleln. and Warner. Hit by pitcher llarner, McOowan 1'uSBtil ball Dowd. Mild tltches Sworbach. 4. Turner, I, McDermott, 1. Liu pire-McOllI Tltne-2 01 Atteniluncc HJ, Rioorwoiin, 3; r.OKlliMS, 3, A pretty game was plael at Ridgswood yesterday, whentbi Itidgewood defeated tbouorhuin In eleven luulugs. The score mnoawoon. 1 (.oriiahs, n,la.r.0A p. h urai.r. tlyman r f... 0 1 2 0 liDiion c f.... o 11 n 11 u I'arr, .db 1 0 1 ft lllrecman. 3d bo I 0 4 11 Ileuer, If 2 2 2 0 11 Barion, r ... I 2 ll I u Huley.e ,. .."0 0721 Peiera, Istb ,0 I IN 11 11 Jrlnucf. I 2 I o ii.i'oiiiiia. s s ....i) 11 2 11 I llallns,2db .1 1 ft U ll'Mlller. I f .. .1 I 11 1 0 hvsrs. a. .,.. 0 2 2 3 3!l.vana 2d b ..01411 l.eluibcli.lstb.0 0 13 o nriiainberAr.fi 1 0 ii u Livingston, p 0 I n ft 0 Douglass p 11 1 0 u 0 Totals !5 98118 6 Totals ,3" (T32"ft"2 Rldgewnod 2 0 n 11 11 1 n n 0 0 2-3 UorToms 0002000 I 00 u-J Earned runs Rldgowood, 3 Three-base hit llsUer. Home run HeDer Moleu bises-Carr, liefer, htern, Mliler. i.hainbers, Ilarton. htruck out lly Living atoD, 3, by Douglas!, rt liase on balls My Livingston. 2 by Dunglata. ;, Do.ible piais-l.vers and Terr. Evans, Coliina, aud Peters Umpire lierrlmau. Time -2.15. AT HICBBATIOX cr.Ol'NM, Senators I 1 I 11 11 I 0 11 .-13 Man I I 0 0 0 o 11 0 0- 2 Mascots 3 1 S017II 0-21 Peiilmores 0 0 2 7 0 u 1 11 0-10 Peerless 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0-4 Rivals o 0 0 o 0 0 0 0 0- 0 tllUons 0 0 0 I 0 3 0 1 3- ll Msltors 1 0 200C00 2-3 Erkfords t I 4 o 8 1 .1 4 "?0 Kearney 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-4 I.cVforus ft 3 13 2 0 0 0 n-i'i lona 13 2 00000 11-3 P.ckfnrd. 13 a II 4 0 3 0 0 0-S4 Uovtr , 2 000030003 Florence; 3 4 12 12 3 3 1-20 puritan 2 11 3 3 1 0 I o 11 0 tlanhaltan 3 0 H 3 3 0 3 0 0-10 Arlington 3 0 u o 0 H 11 0 0- 5 Dauntleis 2 14 0 3 0 14 i-r ,1 Ulster 2 3 2 4 4 3 el 1 O-.'tl at riithroitr. lirlghtnus h 11 11 ill I) 11 3 l-ll rrceport (I 1, 1 o o u 2 u 0- '.' AT WSSTIIISSII'IL Emsralda I 11 1 1 I n o -I! Lmpirts , 11 0 11 0 11 11 ! 11 u- J AT 108A IILA8T. FlshkllL n 11 11 0 0 0 3 0 0 3 Tigers 3 I 11 0 2 0 1 2 -15 Al Carlsudt-Carlstadt, 2, Palisades I At College I'olul-Keepsrs, .' College Point, 11 At AtltuUs I'atk-Urssapoliit AlUlltts, 11, Uoa-ros,o. n a ci o jx inn tapvkn zkic A Ten. Mile Ttnn for Klicht I.lttle nonta of the Hall nnd Ice "a'axclit Club. Ntack. Julr C.-At n o'clock yostorday utter noon a bluo rotor fluttered to thctopof tbo staff of tho tiretly club houso of thoTappsn Zoo Yacht Club, nt Grntul Vlow. anil n boomlnrj Rim announced that tho annual rocatta would be siillod. Ton mlnutos later another nun wns FOiindoil. anil then n cood flylnc start was mado by oleht sauoy boats. Tho club had a concort. with flroworks nnd danclnc. on Indo pontlonco Uar. iiml did tholryftchtinc yester day. 'J ho starters woro In threo classes, as follows: , . . I'lasi A, boats over twonty foet Irono. Frank Pntorson. , . nasi ll. tio.it; clchtoon to twenty feet Kcho. H. II. Dradloy: Orlont. Edward I'lnknoy: 1.11a II.. Carl Uilson: I'.dna, V. V. Meekor.,, , Class (, boats untjor olirhtoon foet-vldo, Chnrloi Moody: Mltluot. HoTjort Weoks: Com modoro. ,Iohn Oshorne. , ,, Tho start waB uier an lmaclnnry line be tween tli" olub dock and a stakoboat. Tho rourso was to and around Tarrytown llcht houso, imsfllnK mimo on Btarbonnl hand: tnonco to and around a stakoboat nncliorod off tho end of l'iormont pier, nnsslntt Hon Btnr bonrd hnnd: thouce to nnd across flnlslilnp; lliio at club homo. Tho tllsinnco sailed wns a trifle over ton miles. 'Xho bar wns dotted with cratt of nil dosfrlptloti". aud tho stunt was bountiful. The Ireno mnde tho bost time over tho courso. crossine tho llnlsh lino nt 5:35 In Tho Oa O. followod Iho Irene closely throuahoutthornno. comlnc inwlnnor In nor clnsilnli:l7:2ii. Tim Vldo was In third, and wniwlnnor In class 0 in 2:21. Nearly all tho diminutive racers koDtclosoly tocothor. and nil easily covorod tho courso within much less than the allotted time, ttio Commodore bolnK the last yncht In. William II. Smldt. Chnrlos A. Troston. and It. A. Weeks woro tho ltocattn Commlttoo. Tho crows of tho comrotlne ynchts woro mado ur of mombuis of tho club, which was uovor In a moro lloiirlshlni: condition, nnd tho annual re catta of the Tnppnn Vcq Hall nndlcolncht Club or Grnnd-View-on-tho-lludson was aijaln n crand success, QUICK AF.IIIAr. rzviits. YVImt the Crack nomine FlEeoun Have Done thin Tear, The innovation which the Federation of American Homing Pigeon Fanciers Introduced thla year, usually known as concourse racts. meets with unlimited an proT.il of all sf ortmen connected v. Ith tbe association. Under the new rule the country has been divided Into sections, and the sections again into districts Atmus pherlc and climatic conditions make it necessary that home of the leotmns located in tho Northwestern. Northern, and New England States should hold their rsces at a later date than the Muthern and Middle States sections. In the latter, the date for the concourse races has been lived by the Federation, and, attr.oi'ci there have been different liberation stations for the seeral districts, the day of liberation, it not the hour, Iias been the siine for aiL IVhire In lonuer jearatho 1 berator amply v.ired the time of s'art, he nls'i Includes now In his despatch a description of tha weather, direction and ve.oclty ot the wind, and any thing else that might lu9uenco the night ot the plucky little birds. There has been of course much heirtbnrnlnjjover shattere 1 nn es Inst pets, and vanished lctorles. and one or the most aitnced cluns in the countrv has been the Urookljn Homing i lub which was orgauUod only last.lanuirv Ihey havo met with misfortune after lulsfortuni', and the lolls of some of the old fanciers tie longlti to the nrganlrntlou hale sustulued sui h soiero lo.ses tl at they art' ponstdertib'i t rippled at present Tho Philadelphia district carried oil all the honors In the lovmile race, while the :ttmtles went to .Newark, Brooklyn. itndJeraev i itr. For the lisi miles honors weraprettj elenly dtT ded. but. the Newark fanciers, espeitallr the ".Nev. ark Five ' Inclndlug Mets-s. Oar-rab-ants Hennerl. hlwetl. Morton. Bowerman. Pit linger and Jenkins think thst the) haie the right sto'k for thai wsi-mlle race where plurk and endurance wi 1 count more than irpeed tor a short distance. The win ners lu tht three concourse races tlown so far this ear an Two hundred miles. w 3i). liberating statlan Or ange V.i I H. llarkley. Philadelphia. Pi... blue check, errd hen HH Bil miles, aterago speed I.U47 1 yards per minute first: J. Roberts Philadelphia, red checker d rock, lyi it miles average, I aii yards, second; J D. Munro. Phlladeli bU. black checkered cock. 1 "27 sards aiersge. third. P. F Boliiy. i.ermantown. Pa., blue checkered cock. 1,024.117 yards, fourth, . R. llagera, Philadelphia. Pa., blue checkered cock. 1,01 yards, Three hnndred miles, June 7, Charlottesville, v., liberating station w B llarrabrants Newark. N J. 211 71 miles, 1,1 fl y.irds per minute, llrst T, F. 1'lltln err. Newark, I.3.H yards, second .1. R llusson Jersey cltv. I,:tuft yards, third: J Ballard Brooklyn two UrOi, I.31H, fourth, 11. Walker. Newark, l.'i'.w.i yards, lour hundred miles, June 19. liberating station for New York nnd vicinity Rocky Mount v a . for Phtla delphla district Lexington . C Dr. W. I'.. Jolinsm. Kevnirt, N J. first. wlihU27 yards approximate speed; Ii ft. Bpangehl'sDuRerll .Brooklyn lJl yards, second; It Elwell. Irvlngton. N. J. Tft-ftjarda third. J C. Con y. West PhlladelDhU. f-71 ynrds. fourth, C. A. Slahr, Jr Newark. N. J . yards nrm riiitspririiu, July it Ihe bird of vtotiael Burks ot I.eadvllle. Mess, en liberated In this city at 7 i this morning. The first return hsi at :i u 'ihtair llnedtstanee is .tt-m, miles, ihe average speed 1.iiJ vards per minute The bird- n- Asttnealotas ier took wing and e" In splendid con'mou, but the air though clear as loo heavy for speed Tbethriet'lrasof hall River, 'I. Dusky, Right Rower, nnd Perseverance, were liliernted in Huialoat 3 o clock this morning but were not reported at home last even ing dne probably to the early doling on Sunday of the Fall River telegraph omcea. Tha air line distance is 4ut,H miles IlrtrTitrd IVnnla to Play Tnle Footbnll. Boirrir, Jnly 0- A short time before the end of col lege year a meotlng ot the Harvard Football Assocla tlon was hell, and In a speech to the men Capt Cum nock assured them that there v, ould be a Harv ard 1 ale game next fall whether Vale agrees to Harvard's prop, nsltlon or not, Hariard proposes that Yale shall play her everv otl er )e tr In Cambridge, tbe game In tha intervening year to be play ed cither at New Haven or Newlork as kale may prefer If Yale win not agree to this. Harvard will challenge tbe New Haven univer sity to a match at Eprlngneld rd Kelly Knocked Out. Joe Paly of IltiUnlo knorked out Ed Kelly of Brook!) n early yesterday mornlnT In a prize tight for 5100 a side The fight look pi1" "P the Hudson. Jim Burns an 1 Ed Avery ware Da'v's seconds and Fd Murphy and Jim Connors were behind Kelly Id Murray was re' eree Th t"ght looked like Kelly's up to the eighth round, w hen Dalr got in a blow under Kelly's right o-tr wii.-ii won him tbe light. Aboot 975 changid hands on the fight. Cnmesi To-day. KAT10VAL IKACUS. New York ts. Chicago, at the Polo grounds. Brooklyn vs. Cleveland, at Washington Park. Philadelphia vb ( luclnnatl. at Philadelphia. Boston vs. Pittsburgh, at Boston. rLArrns lkscck. Niw York vs. Buffalo, at Brotherhood Tark. Brooklyn vs. Chlcacn. nt I astern Park. Hi ston vs. Cleveland at Boston. Philadelphia is Pittsburgh, at Philadelphia. AVriUCA.N ASSOCIATION. No games scheduled. ATISNT1C AMOnATIOT. Jersey ntv ts. Worcester, at Oakland Park. hewark vs. Baltimore, at Newark, W llmlugtou rs. Washington, at IWlminfton. OTIIKKniUVS, Kig'es ts. stars, at Rldgewnol. fctnien Isiaud Cricket Club vs Crescent Athletlo Club, at Ha) Ridge. Iliiae Hull Notes. Umpire Daniels t failure to appear at Newark ami Jersey City on Irlday wld lose him his rosltlon llAi.Trnr.n, July il. leremlah O'Brien has beetf en Ksred lo play second base Ha was lately with Wash inglon Manager Ryan hal anewnltractton nt the Recreation grounos yestt-rday. After tl game was I'mshed ha Jiherated two carrier pigeons with the store, and they I'ew to Philadelphia, where they are ixpecled this morning early. NrWAHK July H To day's bale hall game laprobahly the last nliuday gAim that will bo pla)ed here, lha Law and order rmclety liavllig obtei'ted to huuduy Id lying 1 hi- dlrerlnrs of the club promised that if to day a game was not interf, rid with there would bono more playing on e-unuay Troy maintains the lead In the Vow 1 ork State League with '.I samos won aud 12 Psuand Oneontastandi second with 20 games won and I t lot .lohnstowu oioversvllie has Jumped frm fuurth to third place, with a record of 22 games won and l.i lost, foblrsklll dropped one peg to fourth place with 17 won and 1ft lost. Albany holds its p'ace next to last having wen but 13 of 3i games. L'tlca brings up tha rear, wlibtt. won and2J lost. Bcrrsin. July 0 The prospects of tha International league are brighter today than they have been for loterat weeks. All the clubi exiept Hamilton have braced up and will stay In the league culling down ex p. i ses by releasing the remaining high priced plains and getting iheaper ones. A meeting of repreieuia. tiv es or the v srlous ctubs v. as held last night at Detroit nnd they sn decided. If Hamilton drois out the tram will be transferred to Port Huron, Midi. Bo'Toi, July 0 The Boston Natluunl league team is home Igalll Hushed with victories s-alned In lis Inst trip. ' Pop" MUltli. Long Mchuls. Clsrksnn, lletzeln. Tucker, Mi (larr, and Illnes have each made remarka ble plays during the trip, and the latter will be seen for ihe nrst time tti a Boston uniform in today's game Iiicrvlsaiius-Hjlilty o( Uunil pluylng toward the end of the week, proimbly In one of tlie games with Chi cago, as his wrist Is linprov lug very rapidly Atlantic cur July il Arrangements had been made for the Washington ami Wilmington clubs of tha Atlan tic Association to play a championship game here to day In soinu wa) tho managers of the teams re lelted Information that chief of Pollen l.ldrldgo In teuoe 1 tu nrreit the players If an attempt was made to I lay Hie game. After being untitled of the Intention of tha authorities lo crush bunduy ball playing at the start, the manager changed their plans and did not put in mi appearance. Tho two clubs am achtluled to play here lo morrow, Euros, July il The Easton Club rama home last night late and the members were about retiring when they were csliod together by lha manager who ex Mnlued to them thst lha directors had decided to on bsnd the organisation. The Information was a surprise, but tha men took It good nsturedly. All were paid oft lu (nil smUoma have already left town. Swift whole a cspltal pltclier, has had offers from tha Athletic, hyraiiue and Rnohisier cluba. Tho patronage has not b, en good and this Is tha reason for disbanding If the rUibr.mil I have bieii allowed to p'av Mindaygames the treasury t ould have been kept well lined lha dm Islutt was nrriied al after the return from Allen tor. n and lollnwed the disbanding of that rlub. It Is said hero that Allenlown will try to keep Its nluu in the leld Ilnae Hull, Nrv I'olii Jronnil, To.dny, draud Ii agio rhatppionshlp gume. Chicago vs. New Yors. Game 4 P M Aduihsiou, 'ov .idv. Iluoe Hull, WhsIiIiibIihi I'Milc, To.Dny. Brooklyn vr. I lev clsnd iiame 4 P M. Aden. 30o. 31b nr. 'L ' and horse ixrs direct Attv, Kanleru I'ark. IlrooUlyn, 4 P. SI. To.dny. fomlskey's Cblcsgos ts Prooklyui Kings Co. ana Valoa U na Uashatlan llsich . Ra-Aa I GOSSIP OF THE RUNNERS. MON.VOUIII VAItK iril.Z, NOT Dtt cr.osiin vp rtr a muz. Toni-nament Placed Mennlor Ilenrat nt tbe Top or the TVInnlnc Ltat nt Hheepahtnd Mnnmonth'a PromlalnB Card Condi tale for the I.orlllnrd Ntnke-s Entries for Onttenbars ami Ilrlshton To-day. Tho puny efforts of tho dlscruntlod book makers, who woro compelled to stop soiling dollar pools In this city last sprlnc, to closo tho Monmouth Park ltaclne Association's splendid now trnck nro bocominc ludicrous. Mossrs. I)o I.acy and Murray nnd their cohorts havo workod onrly nnd Into, but so far tlioy have not closed tho cntcs of Monmouth l'nrk, which la bolns dally pntronlzetl by thousands ot lot on oteood rnclnc. Tho nttondnnco on tho oponlnu day, July 4, dosplto tho bad woathor, was phenomenal, but when tho track Rots In cood condition nnd tho wholo machlnorr of tho affair cots rtinnlnc smoothly, a crowd thnt will outnumbur any that over nttendod n rnclnc mectlnc in this country will assemble. If Champion Day proves flno, nnd Tonny, Snlrntor, Ttionzl, Benorita. nnd other bright llchts como tocothor. thnt will be tho occasion, but the day wilt only bo do layod anhnrt tlmo anyhow. Tho Conoy Island Jockoy Club meotlnc, which ondod on Wednes day last. wnB.no doubt, nmonu tho most suc cessful in Its history. The monoy wan vory ovonly divided, Bonator Hearst bolnc the larc ostwlnnorthrouKhTotirnnmont'B victory In the Jtoallzntlon Btnkos. Tlio Bonntor Is n cntno man, nnd his pluck in koopins hishorsos In trnlnlne when thoy woro onrnlnc compara tively nothing wns at Inst ronarded. Tourna ment ran socond sovcrnl times; ithonn wns Becoitd sovcrnl times: so woro llnllnrat.Uloiim Inc. Miss liolle. Klnc Thoinas. nnd othorntoni bors of tho string; but. now thru Trainer Allen has nt last oticccodod In breaklne tho Ico. tho ornnco nod croon may bo looked for In front ierr frequently. Tho lnclnc nt Monmouth Tartc this we ok should bo brilliant, as the tirocrnmnio oflorod by Secretary Ctlckmoro Is rich ntitl vnrlod To morrow's ovonts ombraco tho Hopoful Slakes, for two.yoar-olds, at threu-ciunrtuiRof a mile, with sttrh flyers as Utissoll. llolcro. Htraih menth, l'lckwlcltor. tho Noornmancy and Abun ilanco colts, 1'rltr.. nnd ft. Charles encacod. not to mention tho I.orlllnrd Slake, for throe-year-olds. at ono mile and a half. The l.orlllaid will bu worth nbout $2().0uu to tho wlnnor. and It Is ono ot the most vnlunblo stakes of tho year. Thnt cood colt Iturllneton is In It. and so nro Toumamont. l)cv otoo. rndlshali, St. Carlo, l'rotootlon. i'.dcnr Johnson. Cayucn. Uianlte, Dundee, Livonia. Hnntl.ico. Unnr.nut. Leiifhton. Chaos. Torso, l'olsom. Sir John, and Klnclrlc. Durllncton lins clinncod trnlnors so often of Into thnt tho chnni'os nre In faiorof his not bolnc on edero. Vet, If ho Ib tho llurllncton of his urovlnus rncos. nono ot tho others, not ovon Tournn ment. will, havo nnv business with him. King l.i lo has snow u a decided prolerenco for n mile or under. liob Cumiiboll lms brought 1'iotectlon I'nst, nnd clvi-n him it special preparation for this rneo, but unless iho track U lery henvy nnd holding he will hardly bo In tho first lllght at tho end. l'ndl shiih. llaniiuot, and Torso woro badly beaten by 1'ournament In the Itemization, nnd on that raco bonator iloarst's blc brown colt holds thorn sale. Livonia was a match for almost any two-yoar-old in tho country outsldo of Circgnry nnd El lllo ltoy lato lu-t fall, nnd if she comos to the post lit she will bo worthy of consideration. Sir John performnd wellnt Shoepshond liny, nnd ho is undoubtedly ono of the kind that will train on nnd improve. St. Carlo ib not worthy of oven pa-sine com mon!, unless ho has improved in Marine povvors6ovornl hundred nor cont. slnco tho last , tlnio ho appeared In public. Devotee's last rnco was a cood cine, nnd ho will havo n eliance. On Thursday tho Shrewsbury Handicap, for tnree-i ear-olds and upward, nt ono nillu and a half, will glio rucecoors an opportunity to wit ness a r.tco ovor ndistancool cround. All tho clinkers are encaged, l-'nturduy's nrocrnmnio will bo brlchtonod by tho July i-tnkes. for tvro-yoar-olds, nt six furlongs, and tho Monmouth Cup, for throo-year-olds nnd tipwnrd, ut ono inllo nnd threo-ounrtors. If owners would only send thoir horses to tho post In such races as tho Cuptho hlchost kind of sport would result. Tho Cup on Saturday should be a grand con tost, but It remains to be been whuthor it will or not. Tho beautiful souvenir procrnmmo dis tributed nt Monmouth l'.trk on ihoopeninc day should bo treasured. It Is full of valuable data, nnd, besides, has a chnrmlng outline of tho history of Monmouth I'arlc from its Incop tion written In "Krlk's" most hnnpy style. Both Guttenburc and Clifton will continue) to rnco on Monmouth I'ark's off dnys. Tho programme for the former track to-duy is in teresting, and a largo number of fair porform ers nro n timed to start In each of tho six races. At litlchton the Crosscountry Itevlrnl Handi cap, with $2,500 added, will bo tho feature. This event will brine out all tho crnuk eteeplo chnsors, and should bo productivo ot cood snort. The following nro tho ontrlos for Guttenburc: First Race Purse S4lO, selling five lurlouga Facial U llllLluie Mickey 101 j. O. C lll'Sierra .Nevada .. . Id", He ... Ill Wahsatcb nr. Wanderment Ill Jntil.ee Mi Pendsnuls lis- liilad lOi Llllle D IfwNoinad lirj Romance icwirsiu iuj Carlow .lie): Second Race For three-year olds; Ave furlongs. Prince Howard lliii,rscle M 102 Austratlt 110, Ban Lassie liu lago ltnlMlllieK 102 Little BUI .in'iiMerlinz liu Jllnnette K2' Third Race telling, one mile. Hgln . ns.Fthiis ... 110 Sherwood liiil.lennte McParland IM atll)ul Illft Lakewood Ill7 Savage 101 America l'sl Eblls 113 Pall Mall 101 Rudolph ll2KatleC D! Lord Faunllero). .. U2IParo:lna u7 Clay bloikton ... 1I2 lottrth Race Five furlongs; selling. I.omai 1171 Franco 103 Mna W 117 Blanche If-' Uulutoness U7Souvenlr 10.' lisreola IH'Tom Krarns Wi Marty B I" Japhct Vrl Jltnliray IllJlmi.ates 1"2 Mntivi' KH.Urclon 103 The Sinner In5 Mfth Race Five furlongs; for all ages. Fhotover ... IIS Equality Ill Prodigal IIHiKed i.lm lift Redllght !lcnra Tanner ilormerly McDowell US, Belle Kennedy) ion 'oolite UftlLennavId 85 Dfaleia llftlllcrtha Campbell . .' Sixth Ilace-Seven furlongs. Beta . .. IIC'Lanca'ter Ill Thenra 113 Marie 1117 Holer 113 Mini It,.! 107 I'ount Luna 11.1 Pegasus :n7 Politico . ..Ill Daves 107 Blackthorn mi Trojan, IU7 llnrrndsburg 11 Mamie Hay 107 Lonely liu This is Brighton Donch's card: First Race Tbree-uuurt' rs of a mile. Jack Rose I.Tappahannorlc 107 Kanesvllle 112 (.arrlsou 107 Prince Howard.... Il'gltiifier Hi7 Stryke U2!larrlson 1117 Trtslle 112 ilratilude 1U7 litisteed 112 Bessie K IlU Inslglua tot I "7 t'rbaua 102 l.uard .. .107. hi coin! Race One mile; telling. Carrie H lliWoodbum 113 llarwood lll,Ponunery Sec Pit Bonnie H 114 Insignia colt lu", Bohemian li'il Mlddlcstoho 1115 ttauhattati liunolK 101 ) rnst HflJeievous 19 John Atwood,. . liMIRspent lay Lancaster 1071 Third Race For two year-oils: nve furlongs. Bellevno ID-'Slnaloncnit m Lepanto 118'Mr tleoriie Ill Corlolanus . lis Matagorda silly 1114 I. arlv Blossom 115 Muscnlle lllly 1111 I loris II lift Reliona II. ally ... .HH Dahlmiu ... Ill Iruth Hi I'ss'i'lo Ill Lucky Clover 101 Hush. Win .III. Fourth Rsca One mile nnd a quarter, handicap Fordham 121,1'alron inn Badge 1 1" I lev s ml hi l.uke lI2l.rllruil.1l pci Juggler lo Mlddlestone in Cast Steel lu7,So Su 181 Barrister HUlUlidsi a uu I Itlh Race-One mile and a furlong, selling Rnjal Darter. 112 Cast strel 101 leugeur 1U Pocatell nr. I leva .. . . 107 (ieiidarme 1114 Tattler Ml Ihe Lion trj llrouromaria In5 Sixth Race The Cross-country Revival stakes; faandl ran steeplechase, full course I'lnliln 10'' Scloolinaster IIS Wlnsliw Ift'i Hay Rum 14.1 linguist I51 Dochart 131 Pciio I.vnpat Oakley I 4 llassniilo . Ift'i I ee Chrlily I3I Delaware ItlilDave (lldeon 1 33 Kilarney I4M, Stonewall I. in Irish Pat I48 tlonlapeuka 1 30 Reueamr II7 I'aik 11' the Walk.. .. Oberstone (formerly Tur.iuin uj llopeleis) till A Match Iletnreen Palo Alto nnd Jack, Ciiicaoo, July C Benator Utanford's famous stnlllon rnlo Alto has boon matched against tho cray celdlng Jack, record 2-15, owned by Oaorco Middleton of Chicago. Tho match was mado to-day botween Middleton nnd flrrln llloknl,, put tho agreement In order to bo bind lug wns dntetl last night Condlt'ons nre that tho horsos shnll trot milo heats, best 'I in X. In hurno-s, on Untnidny. .July 2b. olllnir at Washington I'ark. Detroit, or Cleveland. Tho match Is for J2.f()0 asldo. 1'urfelts ot $1.1100 irom each party hnyo already boeu placed with Becrotory lirewsterof Wash ington I'ark. Illaie Jlall To. day, llrotberliood Park, Grand championship garni, Buffalo vs. New York. Game called at t f, al. Admission, W ctBU.-an, IsliBKHHHaHl Doixas at tub murixo clvb. An Effort to Provide More Rport at Fleets wood Park, Nothing scnsntlonnl has occurred nt Fleet wood during tho wonk, many of tho trainers bolnc nbsont with sororal of tho fastest por formors, nnd tho work that has boon dono han boen stondy rating work, In preparation for lator ngagomentB. Whon tho usual cnthorlnc cams to an an chor yostordnyroorntns on the club houo pi azza tho first Horn ot lntorost to attract atten tion was n notice on tho bullotln board to tho efTeat thnt McComb's Dam Llrlilco will be closed for ropnirs on July 14, for an Indofinlto porlod. Accoss to tho track will now bo via Mndlson Avnnuo Bridge and Mott avonuo, or ovor tho now Washington Bridge. It Is about tlmo that tho old bird cago on stilts was abolished oltc cothor, for It Is In neuronic condition ot repair, nnd tho lightest road rig shakes it porcop tlbly, A new street Is In courso of construc tion across tho far end ot tho track, and al though, when finished, tho drlvowny will not bo mntorlally nfTootod, tho alteration now In progress makos careful piloting past tho half mllo post necossary. It would bo as well for tho e.iocutlvo to tnko tho ooportunlty of hnv Ing tho trnck made a propor longth. for It wns discovered latoly that tho inuor edge of tho ti nek wns noarly twonty-tlro yards ovor tho mllo, a dlfTeronco ot fully two 4conds to a horso trolling nt n 2:.!l) cllo. To-day thero will be two very Interesting match races. Tho llrst for ISOOnsido will bo bo tween 1'. Power's bay coldlng Hob MoLaugh lln and T. Cors mack mnro Allco K. '1 ho socond match Is botween Androw Miller a bay coldlng Hon Williams and Mr. Uroon's bay folding I.nrry Hoy. Mr. Miller puts up (250 ngniiiSt $22."). Tho raoes nro to bo trotted to Bulky, best throi) heats in live, nnd nro to bo callod Diinctunlly at 3 o'clock, l'ootswlll bo sold on tho ground. Somoof the nioro actlvo members of tho Driving Club have stopped out of tho old moss-grown rut of tho ordinary trotting races, and nftorn lot of onglnoorlng havo stiocoodod In cottlng tho permission of tho exocutlvo to tho holdlnc of a regular eorlos of mld-wook rncos. whon many Innovations on tho old'tlmo honored trots will be lntroducod. Uood purses aio to be hung up. tho classes will be arranged sons to suit nil the horsoB In training in ttio neighborhood, and tho decision, instead ot bolug tho usual best iliroo In Ilvo. la to bo by single boats of a mile or a mllo and n qunrtor. Tho ovontB will be nil dash races. The dates will bo so art uncoil as to fall on thooD days at Monmouth I'ark. This departure was the clilot topic of conversation yostorday, nnd many ox presfd 11 iloilro to soo onco again some good trotting rnces to tho saddlo. Facilities will bo furnlsho 1 lor waaorlnc small sums, ns boofc mnkliigund 1'roncli inutunls will bo permitted. Tho trnck yotorday was n llttlo on tho hard side, and but fow of tho trainer" brought out anything. Joromo Wholploy soot the bay gelding Joo. by Sir Walter Scott, 11 cood stoadv mllo and repeat, tho second tlmo around In 2:;t". He also drove Sister Hnrofoot. by Kent, n mllo In 2::i'i's. 31itbel S. throe miles ln2:3.r. '2:27, and 2.2GS. nnd tbe brown gelding Fromont, by Snvros's Almont l'cllpso, n mllo in 2:27. Harry Howard broucht out it green ono in tho bay coldlng Hilly l'onn. by Mlddlo town, and drovo him n mllo In 2 Id. Ho also jogged n half el-tor to Hilly I'onn nnd a ten-lonr-old roan celdlng by Jay Jtlnl. Josso Vo reanco cavo the ba,' mnro riotn miles in 2.:!li,. 2 .12, nnd 2:511. Fiota liaBMiowTi halves In 1'12 and I'll. L i Walker cavo the bay mare Soto, by Abdnllah Mambrlno. a mllo In 2:';o. II. It. Mm ray drovo the flvo-yoar-old coldlng Bluek Hoauti to a r-md wagon In 2-40'. It is prohnblo that Matthew lilley will send his two fast stoppers, ltofoionco 2;1H, nnd Lynn W a.ai1, to Detroit for tho Blue Itlbbon mooting. July 22 to 25. iteforonco was a groat favorite in Michigan, nnd his victory in his class would be woll received, as his old-tlmo pilot. Hon Stanley, hnils from tho Michigan metropolis. Tho l'lootwood tralnod trottors picked up a few ot the pursos lost week. Hiram Smith winning two rncos at Now llnvnn with Great 'Lnstorn. by Sweepstakes, and Harry Howaid won tho 2 30 clnss trot at Morrlstown. N. J., on Independence Day, with the bay celdlng Qenerul Mack, by Uickey's Happy Medium. HIE HOlCsn AXD CAllUIAOi: TICADK. The Ifnrse Market Featurelens, but a lsrlvk llemund for Cnrrlncces. Tho local horso market Is quiet nnd featuro less at prosont. despite assertions to tho con trary. Tho rogular summor season, when everybody who can cot into tho country has loft town, loavos its traces on tho horse mar ket, but It will only PA six weeks or so before things will bo booming acnln. Tho yearling thoroughbred solos are now under full head way In this vicinity, nnd tho prosont woek will fee many bond of rarely bred ones offered at Monmouth l'nrk. The regular auction sales of Van Tnssoll.t Kearney nnd the Amoricnn Horse Exchnngo (Limited) wore woll nttendod lastwoek, and tha animals sold brought very fair figures for this soason of tho year. Tho carriage trade has considerably more life than the horso mnrkot. Tho Unitod States Wngou and Carriage Company. Third nvenuo nnd Forty-ninth btreet. ore offering soveral new styles of backboards and light carriages this weok. They report trado as very brisk nnd steadily Increasing with the soason. Thoir business wngonB can bo seon all over tho city In nil dopartmonts of dollvcry und cxdioss irnrl- Win. H. Bradley, 1.790 BroaUway, corner of Flfty-olghtb stioet. has some, ospeelally cood bnrgalus In now and t-ooond-hnnd carriage:). Ho riNo carries a lino lino of hnrnoss. Thoilomnud fortho now stiles of thotrlnlo Puckboard patented nnd innnufaetured by J. F. iioodrlch .V Co.. 031 Broadway, toutinues to incroaso. This company Is now ndaplinc tho seats ot tho triple buckboard to n combination surrey. S01110 noat victorias nnd cnrrlngcs aro to bo soon in their show room. Studobakor Bros.. 81 Murray streot, roport n very good trado In thoir patent etroet sprink lers, nlso their light stool-skein farm wagons. Thoy aro soiling over) thine In the carriage do pnrtmont very chonu just now. and havo somo good bnrgalns. ... V. H. dray, 22 W oostor street, roports n vory sntlsfaotnry trade. In addltiou toacnmnloto lino of carriages, buckboards, carts. Ac. Mr. Gray has somo ot tho neatest brakos and drags to bo Bonn nnywhero. which enn be lentod for the season with tho prlviloco of nppls Ing tho rent money to tho purchase ot tho irnp. Ho iiiakoi n specialty of lino victorias. Kdwnrtl Cnlhinnn'sBon. S7 Wost torty-fourtli streot. ptTers at n bargain a Browster cabriolet, Stivers doc cart, laudau. und other rlcs. Mr. I'nllannn mnkes a gpcolnlty of 1)110 carriage re pairs, lie roports vory good business. Tho Now lorfc Wagon Company, ."itu Hudson stroot. carry in stock ovor lllty different busi ness nnd light expross wngons to suit all pur poses, bosldos n line of buokbonrJs and sur icys which thoy linvo rocetitly ndded. Their business wngons nro all hand mudo, and nro Bpoctnllyguuranteod. Amougtho mnnyprotty things In tho Broomo street wnrerooms of iho Flnndrnu Cnmnnnv Is n rod-wheeler tnndom cart big enough lor n small obsorvntory. Tho sight of it calls to mind memories of tho protty faces and cay costumes In ntnndempnrndo. Anything mado for pleasuro riding can bo found In thoir as sortment. They havo a lino lino of miniature trnps for children.. . , John Mooro.. 13 Warron street. Invites nn In spection of his Inrco variety of natural wood and painted cnrrliiBO. Ho has ono of the most com ploto linos of horso oijutiuuonts to bo found lu tho city. JUAUOIE D.'S COMPANION. Strange Attachment Iletsrern tbe Little tiruy Pacer nnd m float, Wilmington, Del., July C Visitors to tho training stables of the Green Brothers nt tho Wuwaset Driving Pnrk nre nmusod at tho Btranco attachment which exists botweon Mnsclo V a protty gray pacing more now there undor training, and awhito ci,at, which never leaves her ildo except dining a race. Ho strong is this attachment thnt Maggie D, will not consont to walk out of tho etablo to cool off unless tho goat Is with her, Whllo tho llttlo pacor Is being led around the grounds tho gnat gambols about borand shows every Blcn of ploasure. In turn, when Magglo D. Is foodlng. sho drops enough iced to tho cont to batlsfy Its wants. ... Muggio D. formerly belonged to n fnnner In I'onnsvlvnniu, and It vvns thero that she formed tho attachment for tlui goat. When Mngglol) wns sold recontly her owner sont her to this eliy to bo trulued. Whon sho stnrt od for her now home, tho goat startod with her. nud sho onlv consented to como afior the goat was allowed to accompany her. At tho driving park tho pair aro nmuslng, and as soon ns ono of tho employees tees the llttlo cray pacer he nske, " Where Is tho goat " Ilia question dons not remain unanswered, for tho coat Immediately appears. The Mlllona Have nn (Jntlnp;, The Mlllnn Literary and Social Club held their fifth annuil outlug jasierday at Schueiren' Park, Long Island. Tho athletlo events by ladles nnl gratltinen were the feat 'res of the afternuon The llrst race lisn ysrd ilaih, was won by A. Kuhn. I) v. lln lib r second The! rood race was another lM.Td ruu (or ladies onli viss Jeisle Tlschler rai ture.1 rlrst pilte, with Him Bella Prince a close second The running broad Jump went to Maurice Machlel A shooting match among the various ladles present was the prluclpal feature, of the afternoon MlssBophU sandira showed herself an expert markswoman by making a score of seven out of a possible tin. A bate bail rama was Ida) ad between the Mlltoni and a nine composed of tha guests Tho unions won la asysn Uiulais by a tears) of six le fly. i JIAXnUALZ. A. Qnnd Reception to Champion Cer De lor I,ci.tIiik for Ireland, Tho membfri or the Urooktyn II tad ball CI 6b, of which Jotu Mmleolra Is a member, tftke the defeftt of their fnvorite quite rlinoinphlcally. Thty ttlll beltfiTe, ftnd furthfrniore, whnt lo generally filiml 1T expert that he Is a powerful plaver, and his wind up or the matdi wllh Delaner strengthens that brlitf. That Malcolm will not rest conttntvd imUt the effects of l.U first public defeat Is certain, and tt ft even rumored that another match with Delaney will be asked for at an early date. The chief talk at present anions; the players over the biff bridge Is the farewell demonstration to be teudend to Champion Casey next Thursday afternoon. Next Saturday the champion and a party of friends will lea , e for a six weeks' tour of Ireland. Scotland, and KngMnd. It la therefore proponed to maVe the event on Thursday one that win Jon be remembered br the handball players of Brookljn as well as a ntllng compliment te the greatest handball expert the world e er saw. There were quite a number of lntereitlnff tames played at the Brooklyn court last week. One of the chief matches was a bout between I'hnmtdon Carey astlnst fhlillp Fniiili and .fohn A. Inmne, the former ex.chamnlnnof Kt Louis, and the latter an i.ntit-unlly bright plaer from the t-ame city. Tho pair het the champion the bMt ot tOreecames Another stunnlnif game was between .Tohn Lambert and B-'tnird Mc guade against ex lderman Iiunne ami William t'ourt ney. This was ,a great quartet, and n rattling game was the result. The oil and tried pair, Dunn nnd Courtney, were beaten the belt nr iliree games Paddy Uahan suffered a bad Uefeat at the hands or V, Qulum it the xt'RRir miL cotar. There was a merry nsrtr at the Murrny III11 court on Bat unlay when a despatch was rtceUrd etatiiiir thtt Iielanay had won. tint when It t ecame known that tlitlr man had acted contrary to all rules of honorable hand ball claying their mirth was turned Into nnger. It is Claimed that Uelaney own a great deal of bis present popularity to Ihe proprietor and patrons rr the Murrey lllll court. At ftrotikl)!. on hatur-tar he ua e:l looked nrterbr hit bncker and solera other admirer. Therefore his bad break In the court was unJusMUab e, and It mleht have produced Tery serious reiulin The event at tho court haturdav was a match between Taddy Walsh. Champion of Die lloreflhreln,f Trade nnd Kill lluibands, L'htimplon or the Uetimftkerft Union A stake nf$.M depended on the result, and contrary to all expectailons. Wa'nh beat his appooeut handily. Mike Hellli referee. The ecorei Walsh . 21 21 in 21-2 IlusLands .to A 21 -JV-TaS Henry Hhanley and Ilenrr Franc defeated Dan fie Oiilre and John Sheeran after a hot game, for $lu a side. The scores were mhnnley and Fran IS 11 n 1 .VlcUulrennd tbeeran.. ....12 n 11 -.S J Healey and t tlealey, the latter the 10 year old Champion of Ireland, defeated J. liyan and F, Foler, the beat of thren tr-imesi but It wn by a close share. Patrick Harrett and t.eorge f onroy. the latter late of Athijr, Ireland, defeated John Connors or Brooklyn and Thomas Sweeney, the best four or six irames. The score; Barrett and Conroy 1,1 H J". 11 12 lAfn Connors and .Sweeney. . M IS 10 14 13 14-f2 Faddy Walsh and Bob Frost defeated Ed Purcnll and Thorn aa Rellly the best of three frameH. .Tohuny Herg n. exchimplon of Kilkenny, and Jim Tracov, wer de rested by Patrick Barrett and John larrolL after a bard'truLTgleor four iraij.es. Itlchard Mabonev and JametCoifr tleleaiedTn'tmai Kelly and I.d Iteitiy. a quartet belonging to the Irlit.-AiiierlCJ.il Athletlo Club. A ClUtLCKCK ROM ff ILIUM rOCBTSFT. The following challenge from William Courtney, ad dresed to the editor of Tiir Hat, ut.l undoubteiltv makoqidte astir in handball circle. If the .vr urk ers are as much on match making as thoy mere seven. I weeks ago the rronpects of another big milch are ex ceedlnxly bright. This la whit Courtney sajs Having heurd so much titknf late from the mem bCMur the .Murray Hill handball court about John He laney nnd ni) self. I think it lit about time to make them htep forward or eli forever ctoeo their moutha about miaKtngmatchea 1 am revly to play John Deianey at any time r..r no. lesn than $iu aside, home n. home game, or if they wlitti to make It a double handed cat no Twtll take Juhn Urady a a partner aud play Delaney and John Lawier for anv nmounL I would also like to hear from the same quarter in reference to their sixteen yeur old champion. Healer I hare a boy that 1 will back for aA , and I am willing to tnako a match at any time There ought to lo no quibbling omt this challenge It Is made in good faith, and a match or matches can be made whenever tho isw York peoplf are ready. ' There was quite a llvei, time at Courtney's court on Uaturdnt Among the inatchea plaetl was one be tween William Hickcv, a very promising plaver. and James Moore ataiust Owen Hare and I airick Crook. I-our hard games were Dialed, the result beliitf as rol lovi Illckey and Moore 2t 10 21 2I-P3 llaro and Crook ... ... IT 21 2U la 7 J The touchest fought battte rt the day. probably, waa between John J. While and .Toneph McNamara asalnst Mirtln Mi ii or nn and 1'atrli k FarretL Th former won, but It Has a light from start to finish The eccrc. White and McNamara 21 l 2l-,"i7 Miuogan and larreli 19 21 11 M Mlcliael Jones and John J. White defeated Jeeph McNainarn and Thomas canlon tbe beat of ilirr-e rame. Wilt lam Brandenburg and Frc I Millar dt feated John Powers ajid Charle Brandenburg the briit of llo gamet. Rupert Itolex beat Wiltiarn nt unit eaully in astntrle handed vrame Michael Uraviigan and James lsard defeated Patrick t.lenn und Pxtrick O'darrA tbe bet of three guiiies. On Wednesday night at so clock John J. White nil) play MUhaei Jones the best of five games for a small pure. court rnArr. Cieorge Hanley and John Carmody are to play younc Lawlor, a brother of Ireland a ex champion, and Jim Treacy for flu a aide The veteran Mike Landy wanted a green 'un to play with In Brooklyn on Soturd t, and champion ca-y put Oulnn. late of Ireland, onto him Land managed to win tho first game, but was slaughtered in the next to. Tbe backers of JoHn Delaney gave him a very hand some piece of the stake money fir defeating Malcolm. V heel I nc. The Orange Wanderers will hold a road race on Joly 12. The date of the Rochester Wheelmen's League meet has been set for Aug 2S. The new dub house of the Itoselle Bicycle Clob of isew Jersey will shortly be ready for occupancy. Warre Clacs of tho Berkeley Athletic I'luti win not contest m any more races until the fail fountain, nts The Harlem Wheelmen should have a Mrng racln j man In W 1- Putney, a recent acquisition to their club. W S Campbell f the New York Athletic CJub U train ing at Magitrt Falls for the races tube held on .-atur dny next. A II. Feldmelr of the Brooklyn Bamblers elves prom Ue of becomlUf: very rait on the path, hi performancer, at the K '. W. meet retleotlngconhlderabfe credit on bo joungarid.r His nnderstood that W Van Wanoncs of the KboJe Island VWieilmon will be the onl racing man to actept Charley Kluge's challenge. fJeortre Tonkin of the W C. W and . V. A. t Is ere I lted n 1th riding twenty-live miles on the road lu 1 hour 24 minutes and 4sh second on June -' W V Murphy lowered the one mile track record fr Brooklvn on June J8 by riding ia 2 Al. The bett pre vlous time wag j .'7, made by A. Ik BIch. William and Charley Murphy of the Kings Cminiy Wtieeliuen wdl prounb y ride under tho N. . A. C nud K C W, colortt at alliuture race meei.njH. The raclnir men training on this Berkeley oval are fat getting Into good form. A II Hlch rldnm a iniln in 2 4.. last week, and W. t-chumacher the same dletanco ln2 4d The twenty six tnemhers of the Century Wheelmen of Philadelphia who fnlshed the recent Country ru'i trom .Newark u the Quaker City received silver sou venire from their club Hy the unanimous decision of tho Baclnir Board of the League of American Itcelmen. Prince Welti the wcl known prot.Mional of Louisville, Ky, has been relu stated to the amateur ranks In the reient fifteen mtlo road rice of the Yonder and Westchester t ouutv W heelmen the former vero awarded the race, ulihnuh both teams tcored lh print A tvtnner and four me J la were given to tho VonkersteAm Tho bst time was made bv that vet eran racer '(iene" nleiiilue. ne dolti the distance, fifteen miles, lu ii minute 3 -.)-, seconds Want to Go Thrnaicli Magnmr ICaplila. "(ieneM Mercadier, the original trick swimmer, is wIltlnK to brave the Niagara rapids apl wti)rlo"ol should the interested parties at Maara -allssubxcrlbe a puree of fV-Oand pay expen-'e He snj she will not hug the shore and era w iout when it comes to swimming throuch the whlrluoni as John hutdes oiit. Mrrcadlcr a act will tie entire!) orlclnal nutslla -fills wfjirimftv cork veit, which no will use more us a rout Hon against the rocks than anything elite Am conunuuii .i tiuii Addrefcved to IPO t.rnnd street. Now vtk. .vtil reach him Steve Brodle and Mereadler cave an annatlc exhihf lion at Roton Pulnt, Norwalk. on tho lourih. an 1 It proved such a great Biifcrss that the two bare coucltid ii 1 to double up und jrlve exhibitions ut difttreui poluis throughout the country. JL l-nrECO Turnout of UlryrltMri, Tlie turnout of blcycllits In the arls nnd on the drives yesterday far exceeded any number. een on any previous bund ay this seAson, tbe unattached riders equalling If not ojtnumberlng the clubmen. The roads were In perfect condition, nnd tho clement also favored pleasant rldtax The Blverside W heoirnn an I the members of the Manhattan und Stw York mb were nut on the Blverible. Drive an 1 up a far jib Tarn town and YonWers. while acrnai tt, river lh clubs In tbe city of i hurchfB vre distributed in the vnrluuM ' Long Uland rei-orti, and about I otrarkll d t Bath und I Coney Is'and among wiiom were iiirmber'i of tho Miiir4 County. Long is and, Up-oMui and t nhprct Bicycle rlub. The tourists lo Patchogi ui.d the Delaware Water Gap alt return d last evening TLr Ainerlcnn Htentti Yacht Chili. The second special raltlnt raco of the Americ-m Btram Yacht Club will le sailed to-day over the regular course on Long Isiaud tSouud, Ihe cojre for cabin achta is from Milton Point in und arourd ast ileboai unclioredofl II em( stead Harbor, thence to one anchored one half mile southwrst three quarters routhot Cap tain k Irlmid Miihthouir and return over ih -aiiie coiine to the llutkh olT Milton Pulnt DUianie, twenty nautical uilltjB The open at hla turn tho Hemp-trad mark then one. nil Msittnuiiock Po.nt. atd return t" tie tinln t irnm there, leu links lu all, kiOlmr ull markB "ii tlejort hand, except tho Una! tun. ut lieinpileud, when lhi cubin va-liti leave It toitarboarl Ihe Judges' boat will be the .learner Fred U Dulcll. IS boo tin a rixtiiica till AVeeU, Toesday Northild Oun Club, at Quceni County Drlv Ing Park. J I. I.urekaGun CluK at Marlon, N.J. Wednsiday Parkway Oun Club, at Miller s Park. L X. l-ountalutfiiti t lub, at WondUwn Park K I Manhattan Hon Club, at Vueen County Driving Park, TitursdayUnknown Oun Club at Dexter rark, I. I Newark Oun CluU M lri. Park. Newark. N J. rldu)-New . url KcbuoLcut oriis, utLnlou lllll N J. lWVltS OF LV.ISUUK. Meeting of Har'em Keputi'cn Hubon TueH iy ( ou.cn'ion ot .Nation a! s'.s at t ooper L'nlon on Thura. dsy Today, special regatta of the American achtCIub at Kje. Kxrurilon of tbe Taminanr Halt Association of the i:ightu Assembly District toUrlentxl OroTc, this morn Ing. On Wednesday, excursion of tbe Young peoples1 Union of btbe Twelfth tract Bel ox mi 4 Cuujch to llUf ir Viw Orore oa tbe UucUoa. Hot, Hotter, Hottest 1 No danger from Summor debility 1 If tho blood I Is pure. H Tako I Ayer's Sarsaparilla I and Incroaoo your appetlto and Gtrongth. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co. Lowell, Mass. AMOSQ TUn KICKEUS Talk or Formlnc n Melropolltnn rootball i Anpoclutlon. The old scheme of fcrmlrua uietropolitan football asioclatlon has agsln boen revived, the projee'ed in vasion of the Scottish players giving the m Te.net la new Impetus. The Scotchmen, If they make .New ork their landing place, will probably play n fewmatchi. against tudlvldaal clubs, but the game which v.m command tho most Interest anl nttrsct the greatest number or spectators will to against "All New kork. aterm Including Brooklyn aud J.-rsy cltl The onlv way to form a representative team. In tho min-l-of many footb-illenthuslaots. ts 'omnia all metrnpoiltai f clubs in an aiciathjn similar to but not In conilict with L the American football Aesoctatlon aiidtnptrfc out the Q bestplajera as n team, gtv-i them a few jTollinluary B practice games agatmt the New W-rk and Brooknn or some of Newark' good elevera I reak them In together, and then tit tbein agulnft tl. Britlphers. The obtest Out. In this vicinity is the Thhtte lootba.l anl Cricket Club or this city Next in order comes the Longfellow Club of Brooklyn and the Nonpareil At it letio Association of this cltv. with ground at Itiiige wood, both born noarly ut the saum time then follow the Almssof Jeraor Cit the lively Brooklvn footnnll Club forming a turst pleasant cor tras: The Htiniororks and the Irish Athletlo teams bring up ihe mar J Mr. entente and It Kells of tho .VnumrMlr. are evpeolnlly Interested tti tho scheme, and Fecretarles of all New York and Brooklyn clubs are rejected to cornspoud with H. Kolls, 1U Ann street. In regard to Ihe matter. Korrs or ttii kti.'K,it. Manager HopDyoftbe Brooklyn dub has trend b enedhis team ronrblerably bv the selection rf a few good players Tli-5 bo did theiiiFelvts credit lu tie ourtu of July gamo against tho experienctdNoi.pareil team The Calathnmpiant, or. as thv prefer to le known, A the Irish Athletlo Club's loothill teim played aon , hour game against tho ihauiroi k tl e vot i set Art elation football club in tho nolgh orhood of New ork, at the Nonpareil grounds, Uldgewoml (terlny ,a t lie members of both ttams an novU at tho game, t i contest wan notonly hot but ahoamuslug and interest Ing. Ihe (Shamrocks won by a t,or of J uPaln to I. t'lenderllth of the Non, areil". who playi on left wing. Is In excellent form He bids fair t- take a place lu the International match ngatunt the British team. C Uorevinnf tin Lonpffllowi hi- i.eeu c intain of the first eleven since Im. He was tmof .Scotland s beet pla)era.and there are few-equal to liim in ull-jrounl pluv in if in tbe I'ntttJ atate. The Nonpareils are not only str ntrMienini? their tenrrt but uls increasing their mHinbershti' Anj foot! all E layer wishing to oln n gooa leum "houl I apply to the o n in orange and black for momb rxblp Michael .iornvtti brothvrof i. I oimfollow f.rrevm has defended the I oiigfellows goal t n (bo club wai orcunDed He comes from oim f tho tet LOttts,l teams, and has plftjed with the tilAWnw Knngers as liulf back, a posltlnu in which ho Im. few equal'' The Shamrock Club of WilliA'ntvtniri:,i I iho Htcst ad dltlon, with the exception of tho lrlh te.un, to Hie list of clubs In New York and victnit pluvlng und. r asio clatlon rules Patrick Mci.ah "f "4 'mium econd streot li tbe father of tho club, an 1t stly proud of his children tridiya game leaves the Not parelM with a clean record since thrv acquired ground of their own The Irish Mh'etlc Club will lay mraiii-t the Non- ' pareiln ut the tatter's grounds on Moy -1' W Paul, tho present captain uf the Longfellow Club, has few equals aa a centre furw.ird RlppleH on tiir AVnler. That the las governing rowing nre not enforced Is evident by the dhsatlsf u tlon among Hie oars men regarding tho regattas so fur Id! this seaioii. The Harlem and I'assMc regattas ot Decoration Diy each liad protested races, which wero not decided favorable to tho majority. Tho Long island regatta has a protest in hand, which Is to le decided today, nnd which is watched with considerable interest Tha decision, it la generally bcllevtd wld lu one May terminate the existence or the association, and In the other kill burgo racing In tho future It 1 rumored that the New York AthUtlc club proposes to join the Long Is'and Apeocintlou and hold tbe ui nnal mra'tit on their water at Travers Inland, provl led tho lorr ritc Is awarded to them h tho. otter t nit I it ihe race Is no decided the t ther clubs deiUro they will lie. er again enter i burgo race Much dlsnatibiaction in hjso expresel by the New York oarntnen who attended iho Aibtnv re.-tttu on the 1-iiurtl. and It la very do ibtful if Alb my v Hi cv- r re cetvo anothi r entry to its ro.'utiaa from the Harlem Hirer, it is claimed thnt tbe Mutuats were niti-ely tr blime for the foullntr in the double scull vt-nt, bat admttttinr. aa some do. that ti rtli crew were i.u' t their wnter at the time of tho tout uiter both wro allowed to nart nira.ii tbe crew coming lu nibtwas clearly cmli'cd to the decision. The flsai(, and Hurl m Hiver" pre'vn'pl a -y lively apt'euranco yest.rdar iraft or mlr(fises 1 i"iiir ctntlnually on the waer frmn eurly motnlinf '" ! m The Hobotveii oirsnienwire a t n tut In f. ri-'iir i r e. crews from the d Kit-rent elm s louin up i .i.tu n bu'ir. Tie Atluntio (.lub which Ins I or. t h re rtn content with nnrg.t and gig r -v uj, I i.im purt It ift ig t-Iieili which are kept in thir ne bo,. at ititun burtr, where mnooth water can t" ohin n iti d wld liiToafier be henrd irom in con p pi. n 'j 'i n n nv tralniitg a four .-..red ? heller f r :.e 'i id tiiie. rural ta The Middle States regatta, who '. - th m t rveii of Importance to local oarsmen ''iv f'r o nv i tt e I National regatta. Almost e-..rv n u in Ntvv York, Brookln. aud Jtr-cy will h iv. n eujj 'Tlie Incllnnia" Dlapxiit fJ'Iiom'loH, The ground of tho Putlino U' I w i .-.'i at sictv Blxthi-irect and Last Ut' r. w. r- ! 1 1 'rrKx vnh members and guests to viitn- ih- r.'u'ur mniit.il series of gameiw There wer iinmr-'ti ; rctiv k'tra umoiu the epei tatorK The game-, w.r .o-n oi ly ,o members. Th3 porfo:t wiuHm r o A roio'lt.on ft the track, und nnequulled 1 1 m i ni mai'o ths iruuirn one ,f the inot-tinjoy i' t tr,.j fcimiij. il.e lollowiug is a -itiiiiniiry of th i; o i Tttohiiudrd-iind twentv yar I ' o hatnhcu - hr-t hear. A J. Murburg, ."-j i.rd t- nni" rrm is, eecond heat. K. Deiam, .' ui . i i i m -. wki ..; third he it J Bie.T Uijards.ni" i.u - - . muni i fonrih heal. M. Donovan 4 .-. t' tin ? -. oc ond fit al heat J. KMT, I" VJr.i 1 t 1. I'e.hii, yur iX eeond tun -13 se i . (jufirttr mile Novice Bun 'vt h H ft 'tea. V. Oftrl-tt llr-st. J DollollUO 'i"li M up -. i mi n't, second lu at, P Klrschner i'r- I iuii'irnl ti , .'! seiond llnal lu At T K vn inut. I. . x ! ice ond, timeot l-'. hcconJ .Vilo md a half W aU. Inndic.p I nrr1 : Becon's. firft. a iierdes ( setnl, ee i ! fnu u i .111 tiles 4 ..ecnj.d. Chumpluti fMirei .-r it iftirtlc'l rm hlitdfoiirth in K nilnuiea'D I. iu- lhrowing iho .y pound We i,! - it's ai.cn hap lu cap I'. P MillltJli. 1 f' t. hi" t j.iui uvl tl "W of J.pt '. Inches, A. Wo iiieihN "-.r itch, i-ei. n I ..cuial throw II i tent Mx hundred yard Bun baml c p A. I i.'tr '..') urd-, first x. ' Murburg. U yardu mi i. T.i.io. 1 juitiui. 21 recoti J. line ih m sanl ard Bun, hi' d! ap J It'rr 11 40 jiird-. ilrot. !. Donovan, .to ar reco'.d llmo 1 minutes Xt,-, se ondg. iHittmnife Itiumtei' imhI Iliiuisry imprinter. An n mnlng Incident t -ok p'tic ut to Nn I nal Athletlo Cjcb ntius on Saturii at l.iilgowoo I'ark. Compel liig Athletii eat little ir no hi..- untd u mo I llnUho-l. and then they huvr tint m u 1 hi-, is A well known sprinter walked ,i in ,i m ik -e rwMn (land aflt r the (.atnesan I uAe I ir u lodwit Ii. Iho 1 lend hvlred genilutiMQ at tl Kiand coubl siarcely spu.k u word of I'ngll'li. He i oli- ro.i uiol, pli.cuu ftsaut-ago In It, haiid'd It to t'-o nnt i v ho irrftbbcd It rawnouh)' anltogau t get n ill "nowurk liiiin ilntely Ho was noticed s'op vv In n nearly through, und hi fao bonne u r.-r re 1 lie had forgotten that no o id no iii no. lip Wiiti dr sin I In his runniiu t' u W ' n the siiuuge roaster made a n ot.ua an if to ;tk inr his iiione, the sprniler quiet y tinted for hnothor rdl nud tausue Ihe iiren r rim n v.m uboitifty vardt irom the stuud. A pumi nu tin tn n oad l.is bai k turiieil the si rimer started tor the .ireMlo r""o like notreuk oi luhtnln When the Htrtuau i-tnic) ar- und I e a ne.iily knocl.eii ilninu. Hi .onod liu ciisti'iuer hui tiiiwn Itwastulh bvr imtuitr. I e fore tlm sanitate roat-t. r n covire i I iuief T' oit ration uf turning an I getting it riMWis, m u, I but t o se oudo. and to have u man ih ap ar in i li m inner ua to.1 niucli for him. uinl l e in.r-i our in torrnt of .,ru)inii eip'otivea Meaunl l. tl qn r w .ih u o Ming the en 1 of the r .: inlrj-ki:. Mm friu a cruclt lu the dre ilnt room wn... Flrnt Mrctlnc ut u Nni' Allilcttc I.enciit. Afier innumerub o .'nwlitck the I n.ltul'rs of athVtirs In Hud. on ouiity ee a Lr .'ht fjlr. Thoir utartln? P dnt tu tiiahupo f the iniiltl Told inre'r- , ng of the J'Tity Ci j Amateur MhlHic J e.i.'ue, which will ho IumI at Trotting P irk, t, eiida'e, on holi day arte noon Aug 10 muh Hi folhiwnu events. nriu m!- to rebleut nhh'tn if lljdon ioiit), w I dccnii d "no I iri ire 1 anl rim iinJic.i. ba i inn :iin o nil up "nt' inde run i.iuiicii runt ii i hikti JJIUP ha'i li Ap. utid q .iliuria. r HI nfi i. lort'eibu i ii'i.hip of lJt.d n o ihv ff'e I, audi i.iqlng i i ti- i.out) by u ip re-iM t .tie .r ni-j(ti Uu hi tl e count tl.i nieMlrig'f tHioi o tto p'a i nt tbi) r o'iiii "r the I.nriilard Jtrimn-i; ,n U At 'eta Asuoi-iitin v -riier of t rk avuim anl i-rov . aticeii Jert-ev i it on mv urdu ivining A tg 2. ! tiuiil und ilier i-earf pint will l- a-1 urde 1 mo niuM In 1 a" ill '.in nvetiti lilie a if o - rie t" I e known as the Lotfun Indimlrlal ! r phi are to t e av ardttd 1 rsl, i-ecoud. olid ttur.l in the cliai i ionblp evnl Ilia in try re for en li e.eul U cei A I enir is cloe pre Irflly in fiidiv Aug I with deorgu A Logan, i-ecrtUrr. 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