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'" THE SUN, MONDAY, JULY 20, 1891.
A DAY ON THE BALL FIELD. AMJUXUBBJOfJOT TUBMBELTEB ON TUB DIAMONDS HEREABOUTS. What Oar Flayers llare Dni Tht Beaso End rtka Seml-Profeaelonal l.eajue Mike Kelly Heard From-Goatl-. The records of the Now York and Brooklrn players, aa compiled from the scores printed In The Bun, are as follows: KIW TOU-uni.11 ITIIIGC Ktoiet. Ca-net, all box Hunt. Bttehtu. rtret W. hwlnl 13 2 5 .S-5 Sharr"tk lu ro 5 lu .344 Tlarnan.. tw 2-0 01 bJ .sja Connor T 247 ei 7n JW4 OBourke 07 271 65 S2 ,H Itlcherdton 6 -Ji) 47 7u .:tJ7 ttati.tt 83 'J:0 '.'4 71 ..nisi Yfbitilcr 40 143 25 4U .3711 Uora 80 2S4 48 70 .'208 oiasteock 41 iw 2ti :u ,aw KlitK 31 117 IU 28 .2J'J Buoklsy 1" 17 28 .224 Clark 27 U7 10 1H .IN) J.KwIot 14 40 4 8 .1IVI Welch is ST 2 a .131 Ketf 7 18 2 2 .111 RT1W TORK rULDtrfO ATIRACfC Hunts. eama. rut cut. AlillU. Errorl rertt. Connor 87 701 24 II .(HI J. Kwmr 14 II 24 1 .072 Atcuardtoa. 04 i7u sis li :.m Buckley 3rt 2JO 40 8 .7l Kerfe... 7 2 14 I .041 Ciarke 37 114 32 lu .1138 Ulaaeeoek. .. 41 (li lis li .931 U'BOUrke ......07 110 28 11 .031 tioro 00 IU 5 u .Vii E asset! 63 7 147 33 ,VL harrott, 10 4 15 2 .10.1 Tiernen 11a won .suo 1 Ruele SJ 7 CO 8 ,s7 W. Kwlng M 8 5 .617 Welctt 13 5 0 2 ,S4d Whistler -....40 53 81 27 .835 WOK Or TBI BltTISS. Two- Tnret- so erf. bast Mrs J7omt Batt Struck Stolen net . jrrmtr. Ala, Mtt. runt, on oallA nut. lam. hut. W. Ewlof . 0 0 o 2 2 n o fSoeklay... 4 0 2 8 14 3 0 Clarke 1 I 0 0 s 3 i J. Ewlnf .. 1U02834 Bulla 2 2 U O 10 1.1 B sveete. O 0 O 3 10 I 1 Welch .... O U 0 I 0 0 4 Sharrott... s 0 I I 2 2 2 Connor.. ..IT 8 5 S3 SO 14 II Blch'dl'n.ll 3 8 13 13 17 13 oiatscock. a 3 0 17 5 is Jlsrnan. 20 0 II 27 IS 26 13 'Kourke.18 4 3 12 II O 18 Uore ...10 5 2 24 14 15 10 Whistler.. 4 S O IS 21 3 II Union.... g 4 1 10 II 7 18 CLfj aimsa. Garnet. Alb.it. Hunt Bot'bltt. Fere; New Tork 87 2.3H7 IOM ess ,27J OopotitnU. 67 2.I7J 35d 5j7 ,'24J clci rmLsioa Cat cj. ii out. Sufi's, Errort. Trrcf. r"tw Tork 67 1,787 S2 ItM .040 Opponent! 07 I,7b3 til 207 .U27 br.00KI.T5 Bim.TO ATKRAOR, JXamet. G.imrt. At I at. Eunt. State M'a. reret. Carulhtre 31 nl 18 ::l ,8.1 Dalley 2'i MO 1" :u .310 Hard 40 : 42 1.1 .tu3 rolliM 71 "' 5 "J .-"" rintney 71 :.(.' 3) ',1 .27J Daly 41 144 lu HI .271 hum 5 2.21 :" ( 'J .270 JUn.low II 120 II HI .."'8 GlltTln 71 :t"4 Ml Til .'2.17 ti'Brlen "o 2t ot o .212 Koutl IW 27'" 47 0 .211 Torry 211 in 7 15 .2JI J.OHt 23 l-J 0 I.I .150 lltmmlnit 20 C5 0 10 ,151 mootir ruioiKfl irnitjif;ii. yr.net. tiatnet. Put out. Jfltlt. rrort. Vr ct. toaxr "8 M1.1 :u 1.1 .OS.' I.ovmi 2.1 12 ..7 I .(17 urinin 71 200 17 8 .1x14 lfiryrt.. 2l O 30 2 ,!tTl O'Brien 7ii us . 11 .H.-7 Dnr 2 in BO M ..' Kmlo 31 114 '.' II DIU I'uratliet HI 18 1 11 l:. Inlllu. 71 I7U li". 44 .imj Murnn o - 11 ."85 riiiknry 71 7h U4 - .hnj Wnl 411 tn lli 31 87ii Uainnilns- l s :,J " ' 5.lj 41 116 4'J 3j .'54 wort or ti: iaitfrs. rv-o. TStet- Fieri' bait Inte ttntie Itjte fitru'L itn fife Jttimrj Alii. fll'J. rvnr. oil l.nltt. t.ttt. I.uet. hltt. Colllnr. 14 I 3 44 Si 21 u '.rifiin :i 4 :i vj V'i :n 2-1 r.'lkn'.. t 3 l III 18 LJ 21 cruia r I 1 n 1 J ii nll, . U 2 I 21 I' 21 211 O'Hrtcm. . rt 4 li 17 21 y W.r.l.. 2 11 I i 11 21 10 JUI'or.. 4 11 h 2 1 0 ilnntor. J 2 0 : li 'J Klntlow.. 4 11 i t. 17 3 0 fi.lv... .11 4 2 14 2-1 II il I.OTFIC .l 1 21 2 0 l.rrr .... 7 0 o 7 :.i I 2 Burin... ..10 0 3 22 15 0 10 crvn r-Aniia !7am9. At la'. hut. hate Hit. iVrcf. Brooklrn 71 2.41.1 43j 1.75 .21 Ooponeiit....71 2,MI 4.1. 157 ,2U rtrt riiim!;. Gtmet. Put out. Aislttt. Erimt. Ttret. Brooklyn 71 1.00 047 231 .P20 OppononU ....71 1,880 CU8 va.l ,U2J National Iencne THE DECOItn. "" a; iris 35't 5 s U.ij a i SIS a -8 3 e's fisu ?!': ?S: M'i ::ii: i:5l: : K.vYork T 8 .1 6 4 515 11,39 flilc.f 2 I 7 5l 1 6 C r.4.i Jlollon 1 4 4 .1 7 ! .I'M 4 I.t.I.iiiI 5 2 i . li 5 5 9 M rUllnalplvl I 4 G 6 II " 3 35 Brooklyn .1 5 4 f. 5 4 6113 ritutiurch 5 5 13 4 5;.. 6 SI IOIucIuimii 2 2 i I S 4 1 4 .Am O.nm lout 127 30 33 17 35 3s!40!I Amrrlcan Anaoclutlon. Tar: nrronn. C ?u'i 3 18 m r j: mm UU; j ; rl llr Bonon : 1 n; iiiiiiii.u St. I.ouIk. 3 . b iM 7 0 lol 2 l! Baltimore 0 I.. 7 7 li f 1 II Athletic, 4 3 6 I 1 4 1 11 I'olumjui 4 5 4 S . 7 V 4 17 MnelntMIL 4 5 .1 41 !i ., 4 5 14 fcinUTlll.- I 5 J 21, 11 . 4 a Wulitnzton I I I t 1 I i , Jl 1 l O.IU.J ott J5 i-Jl..SSUj 555M Kaaleni Aaiorlatloa, the r.Econi). 3 if 3 S I S 3 1 1: si f f 1 SolTaln k ; 1 ( 1 ii w II iren. 3 ,. I 9 5 s 7411 Eouio 4 3 (1 7 ; r, 8 41 ltl.m 3 4 5. 471. .1!; rroridcnc. 3 .1 1 A ,. 1, .V-.v, ttr. 11 .1 2 7 3.7 4 21I Roeri..tor .1 II 4 4 5 2 . 4L1 Lobkuon I II 2 0 4 7 4 jl'J tl.mei loil I7I23 5'3.l .IS I3 42 i 8rmn t. .Inly n.-Preihlont Uhlte of III. Faitcrn oelatlon Ij.hc tiltrht ent tut rollowlnir .UiiiaIlIi tu B.rtl'.ln thl cityi "Tlie 7rctl plvir 11 ml llm IfAtiorii AincUtlon are nnxiou. 10 coiiiluue In Hyra,' cu.o rathrr than an clK.wlic ro. F.ITnrla will be made to thaienil. TheMar. nil plity at vniruiie on 'lueidar with fievr llan ' The lr. trim hd u wholrsunie oderi, and enon nfitr lit rrccptlon hero n number of bvahnll rnttiu.lait. announced thai 11 man. meeting would he h.M rarlv till, weak for the ptirpoae of cmi. fderlnx ttte future ot iiaieball In Hyrar-ue nn! 10 or. (anini a atork cntnrany. Altosatlier the outlook for the ronilnuatice of the national vatne In thU city 11 lirlfbtcr Iban It wa. a few day. aro. and It i tliotirht that a. 11 l.ileut auin in put the Stara on their feat again wl'l IV ralaad lo a short time Yratcrdn)' laaaeriall flume.. urKTo;;, 4: MrTRorOLitaaa, 0. Tnat clasa arm of Jim Fowara'a uaa come about ajraln, Vol a bate bit waa ariurad oil Ml dellrerv by the Wat lopolllan pl.yan- Tlia icorai uliirtoio. MTaoroUTiM. a. la. r.o.i.r. . la.ro.l-r-. anila,2db..,.l 0 1 e 1 D. Kennedy, c,.u o 4 1 11 mr. e. I I 1 S 0 I Nalaon, aa o n I 1 o riemlnf. Sdb.,1 1 I I 2K Kan'dy. cf..o o I 2 o Hurray, a, a ...I I I I 0 Mradle. r. f.,,,0 (i n n 0 Ortan. I. f .. 0 o 0 n u Mei'abe. 2d b..i 0 0 2 0 Mnran r r i 0 2 0 0 Howe 3d U....0 n u n Cemialn, latb.0 0 15 u O.Kohfria. lit b. 0 o n n n Smith, o li 0 4 0 I llnei.l. t 0 0 il 1 I Fowara. j ,,,.0 I 0 0 0 Mel,p u 0 0 2 0 Tola' 4 4 27 14 5 Totals 7i"o24i17 JLllartou I li D II o D 0 n , Metropolitan 0 u 0 0 0 o u 0 o-o First bake by arrori-Allerlon. I: Matrorolltan. 4. laftonbaaaa-AIIerton. 4i Meiropolitau 4. tlr.l biie on bal a-nii rowan. 3i on Mai. u Mruck out Layer, pemleln. NeUon, Baadla Kobarts. lloay. Thras-taia hit-Murray, narrmre hit. Mii-abu, llowe. stolen Eau-MaL. Double playa-K. Kennedy and llowe: Mc Cab. and Kobarts; Kaiule and Hobarts lilt by pitch. r-Koiitle i;miib. I'owars. Wild Blicb-tllal. Uuplra Uopklna. Tlma-I:35. " laxiipt 28; iiottikh, 0, Tna 1.800 bays of IbsNaw Tork Cathollo Protectory cbeartd wlta wild delltbt whll. the ttmaraids ware trounclns tot J-aoDtinaa at Van Mail ya.iarday. Tba Mora; MOknna, rniuui, a. la,r.aa.K. a.ia.r.0 4. a. Kennedy. b. I 0 3 0 0 Uorray, r.(....s 8 u n d Jtlluk34b 0 1 I S n Hobilit, litb..s MS 0 n Lewis. I. f. I I 1 0 0 T. Me.ono. o...l s n 8 n pennla. lit b..S SII li 1 Heal, ss 2 1 2 i. 1 K.'llr. r. f ,...2 10 12 Keenau. p ...3 4 li 3 I rJmllh. o ,1 a 0 I 3 U'.ManmeUilbi 2 1 4 ti Oereiy. p. 1 1 o a i Holand :d b. 2 3 2 3 2 U I'onnor, o. f.O 10 2 2 Nolan, I f.... 2 2 0 u li Sbaa.s.s I 0 8 2 3 Galloway, c. f.,4 I o I 0 ToUli,, !i) II 24 13 15 Totals 2U2T27104 &iontlnt o 1 I ii 4 n i u maraid , 0 0 2 4 I 3 II 5 -.'U Earned roiia-l.eontlnep. :i, Hrraralds. 1 ririt baia fcy arrora-laiintlnea 1. r maralda j Left on baiea Jionliuav 0, l.iueraldii, i Hi 'I lata on ba.ia on Keauau. 5, off llrreiy. 4. Struck out-h.uiudy. i llli ii), Iwla, llellly m ilaraty, trfonoor 121. bliea. Hur ray. T. SI. loo. ii). Kol.nd U). Horn run Smith. Two la., blta-baaltb. O Connor, bcholli. T. Malona (A Ke.oau u 1'oland ui Nolan, Oallowar, BacnAcs bits -T Malona. KaaTa.BIUa. stolen baMa-Eanoedy. Dan aia. Smith. OenettyO), MtUTar fsx Sbaa. scbulu(i iaMan, W. Mairaall), ralaad, Velaa (aj, OaJia way ill. nonbla rlaya-Raale and Rcbnltri 1'oland and Reals. lilt by pltchr-olloway. Wild puehei-flerelT. 2 Keam.n. 4 raied ral i-Pralth. 3 tniplrai-Xsiirs. ralierton aid Lint. Tinie j.-jn. Msini.ii. 10 rnaii""-.', 4. The FlniMnri rare the Senatori a hard rnli for Itra Inslnrsat Recreitlon srounda jtitanlay Thescorei ststTOR. I nmmiK. n. la r n. k.K.1 ala,r.ai.ru Paley. rdb. .1 2 2 .'. 1 tlelfar, 1st li. - i 7 1 n Xoorhesd, a.s.1 0 2 4 1 Turler. c f 0 2 I n 1 KtMico. ...o 2 4 1 n Kaeler. "l b . h I 1 2 2 Mather, r f I 2 0 " li Ilrtar. 2d li . 118 4 1 J heliiy, r f. ..2 1 n o 0 Khannou. s s n o o 4 1 llnwti, tub.. ..2 llli 1 I -ntter.l. r. .,,.1 3 2 li 2 IMIIon.lt ... 2 2 1 0 I Nugent, r. f.. o " o 0 u Barry, 2d b .. 112 4 i' O'liourki-, C....I 0 .1 2 n jVReiily, p. 0 ii ii l O.ltldley, p .. 1 I o 1 I Totals io U27 15 4 Total 4 "rial 14 "h Fanator. 2 n 0 (I o .1 4 I -in Flusiilnr. 0 0 (I li 2 1 I 0 0- 4 Farnad runt-SenMor. ?t Mui'ne. 1. Hretl'a. by errors Senator, U; Kluthlnir, :i l.eti onln-M-SoiiiUnr. Hi Iluiblni II. Mrit bnee on lmlla-lir; llellly, 1 olt Bldley. :i Mrnck niit-li.rry, lleifrr. Ilrlarr 121, rlian non lbreebaae hiti uitir, Kidieir. Tnobaiehit Turker. facrlilcehlia-A llellly. Heller Kldlay. Mom baiai-Dalay, .'. Iteilli, a, llellly. Tucker, r-utter Louble pl.ya Misnnnn, Heifer, nnd ti'l'mtrkoi Mum non. IfaUer, ant Halfcr tleiar and Keeler Harry and Bowes, lilt bi .ltclier-Uall in pllcti-A. Ketlly. Vmplre-I.emmy. lime of uanii: Ilia coniiAM. Oj RiPi.twoora, 0. Thedorham Club vllh all their star p ayers played at tba Long Isiand Krounds. The score I aircrwnon. I coriiu. r. tn.ro.ii.r n.ln.r.0. a. r. Ryman. o.t .0 1 n o 2 O Williams. I b. I I 1 1 u ll Krars. a a . . u u 3 2 2 M lilte. '.'.I l I 2 I .1 1 L'arr, 3d b i 2 2 1 o i'.kiiilams.r. f.2 3 n 0 n Brown, o ., 0 ii 5 4 0 Thomna c . .. i 7 J u Llvlngaion. p ,o 2 2 u Ur.ni! a.. 0 0 2 3 1 llattleld, 2dli 0 15 7 II seldoll p u ll I 2 " Leltubach. I bo ii n o ti o Jackon '.f 1 2 110 1'a.ich. 1 f.....ll o i) ll 1 A. J.ickl.n, 3b 1 2 2 5 n Bruun'mar, r.f.o 0 0 o IlMalone. If- ' 0 n n 0 Totals. "o "o 27 Ta Ti J Totals I 12 2 17 2 Rldcewoods u n n n ii 0 ii 0 i-o Oorbams ,o 2 2 o 2 ii ti ti o-o l.arned runt Onrhann. a llrat ban bv error" Rldgawoods I. Ilorhalin, 4. I.eTt mi balel I'.ldge wooda. 7j uoibama. . Hut ba. wi bal -oii I.IMui: ston. 31 off .-enloii. 2. .truck nui liera. mown (2), l.ivtngiton. Ilatneid. Lelinbach White, Tnom tlrant. Heldoii Two-b.se hlls-ll Wllllama. o. .larkenu A. Jackion. 0 ttlliums (2u Hattieid. arrince lilt -al-don Molen beats K) man i arr. I.lvinsRinn i.n. Ha', field. I'aab. llr.ht. imunle plays-hTe llatrcld, and Lelmbach. u jackaonand Ihumas railed ball. Brown, lj Thotnaa, 2, L'roplre-Crookiou. lime Two boura. sr.LPlian, 13; sr. RirmiLv 0. Tbe aarly game at Uonitor l'ark yesterday resulted! sr.Lmxoii. sr. iiirnikLs Rla.rOA,r k ln.r.o.a.R Powers. 1st b. 3 s 7 n 1 Rnrn. s ... I o n 1 1 Blerln, 3d b 4 2 11 li Hoyinn. 2 1 b 1 1 4 1 n Brady. 2d b. I 1 I 1 1 Syna-l let li 0 2 4 n U McManus. c .2 I 3 1 2.1 heiy.c n I 7 3 ll Coitello L f . I 0 1 ll 0 Jim KHIr.rdb 1 0 1 u 2 cherry, p O 1 ll 2 I r. Mark r. 1 ll u 1 li I I'olrm. . 0 0 2V ii (. Keliy, p I it n 2 1 M nuckley.r. f I u u o ii Hume r f ... 2 2 0 n n W.Buckley.c.r 1 o 2 il I l)oui;herty. L f o n o n o Total! 13 "wTt7 "t Total IT iTtlT T 8 Colgan declared out. t Burns declared out. Spaldlnga 3 0 3 3 0 411 ku Itaphaets. u u o 3 n 3-n I'arncd runa Spiildlnrs 1. Hr bae by errors Sp,ildlng. 3 8C Itaphae a 3. Lcftonbiiae naldink'R ll M. K.pbaela. 7 I irst baa. on l.illn lift Kelly. 7 oT ."h.rry. J. Htrurk out -nrn.iy. i oetel o Mierry (2 rol rati. M. Buckley. 1 HicMey I'm Ian. r Mink. Hough rrty. ynart Micrlilie lilte i oteli-i t Kr.i.' i olu-iu. riimen bnies-t'owers. .Mr.Maniir, rojlan. - li-irt. .Mm Kelly. ! Kelly, -lean Hit by p icli-r M. llicklo. Ilrady. Hoylan Jim Kelly. I'nvieie Wild rH'"!"'- u Kelly (31 herr. i'aased balls J. Kelly t3). L'uiplre I rear. Tiuie-I:m AT KICRSATlOf r.fOL'NPS Arch 8 3 2 14 0 0 0 3 IS Keatherson 0 4 4 0 5 3 0 0 0-18 Fagla 3 0 12 10 0 0 0-7 Crra.tit 1 ii 2 1 :t o 1 1 .. 7 Buckeja 1 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 11 Clinton 0 0 0 0 0 5 1 2.. 8 AT llRlSTIf A, 1. RO. Williams 3 2 6 3 0 0 2 0 010 rennsylTAnla It H. rur I ...1 2 J u 4 0 3 1 0-14 AT CA&UT40T. nranreB n C n 00000002 13 I'uiouolK. J 2 ooouoooo u2 at wooociirsr rir.K, kkatina. B. C Wllllama To 10 Ktjatonea of Tier 1 14 Batteries O'Urieu and Wlio; CIl.Tord and Mlnnaugh. 4T SOUTH ORAM:K. Star Athletic I 2 10 0 3 11 0-n MeetUr4Uiga 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 I J Unaeliall Oamel To-day. n.Tioiii. Lractni. Brooklyn tb New Vo-lc. nt L'astern Park lloaton TB I bll-irie'phta, ut Hi atulL ri.reuii.1 TB I liulliu-ill. at I'l.velnnd. litubura-h . ChU-.tKi-, ut ritta'ourgh. jlXMtlt'AS Ai-iLUrilll Athlcttcava Colut'lblia. .it l'hiladelpbla. ltaltlthuro ti l.l mils, at l.alilmore. Boeton a Luiitivllle. at tinston WasLlneton a Lliuiuu.i'.l. at Washington. KAemii ASSUCIAtlO.N. Naw Ilaren tb rrovidence, at ew Uaren. iroya Lebanon, at I rov Albany va Mracure. ut Albiny. Bu3atu vs. Itocbeaterat lluffalo. naichnll Note. The Famt-rrnresalonal League has dlsbinded All tbe cluta received their guarantee money, with the excep tion of the I'ttbun ui.ntr, I'KiiiihKNri. July 1'). Manager William McOtinnlgle of the 'roluance team. I astern Leagu... ha. received nil offer to beoume a manager of lh rittiburk'h (Hub. He awaits respouae from rretldent White or the Lust em League before stating his decision In the blatter. Om.ha n . July IM. At the meeting of Hei-tcrn Aesoclatlon directors this afternoon it was decided that the enunciation should putlu a ball team at Omaha, and a number of prominent cltietis agreed to back th team. It ts exrected that the new clu'j will bi in ahapo to pliy the regular schedulid eerie, at Kan. i iiy. cumiurnciiig nt WedLeaday. I're-idunt M(.k1ouuir lias noticed each member of tho old leui. i to return to onitihn or inilTer the contoii.encei The 1 1 n ea of Hit so who tall to return will be filled by plalers Iroiu tho Nallnual League and Mes'eru Aesoclailou club and thepriihabllitlea are that lue Howe, now manager of the Llucolns, will uiaiiaiethe new aggregation, at leant temporarily. 1Vliy Kelly Unit Ilia Team. HfTCHiit, July 11'. Mike Kelly has been at home here, laid up for repairs. He started fur Washington last Might to rejoin his club He evpresied much surprise that tils absence from the team ehould cauae so much comment- Whl'o deioing the ruinnred siory of bis or filiation with a National I.ca.'iii club, bo s.ildi "Not one ord of truth In that yarn. I halo liceu laid up.it home since I left my team, after its third ilcf. at lu Bob tun, Mth a lacera'ed hip. In eiidln tn a bast 1 binnod mv right leg from thf knee to the hip." There will be fun when Kelly an I .indrewa meet If th. Utter cnu d have I ejril what his Captain a u 1 .ibou; him ho Mould undoubtedly tuhe lo thu wo.uia for the reetof theseaaon ' Iheri was no rea.on for Andreua tohaveant doub: nbout my moreiiK'.i'a " s.!d Kdly. " .rid 1 do not Ben that it was tiny nf hi. bii4lnes4. I plaeed the nine In chari'anl Amlrcuji. olid told Illin lo take It to Washington. 1 her wits no secret about my Int.utlona. aa w hen I came home 1 win, jict'ninaulnd b M nager an I Mr. Ban'TotL Uincrolt nas aa in nigh . aa I was that An trews should hive eeen lit to cnuley the Impresilon that I was dlsguslol, and made up toy mind to quli the team. "I will admit that ninttera hare not been na BRtl'fac lory as 1 mulii r.itVMiteMred. Vthen I pla ball I do feci sore enpeclally when III luck pureuen Inc. but I feel a gieat deal worse mer these silly itorlea tlsteumi per sun. Ilka to rlriulale about my weakening uud riulttiug I time no Idea of leaving inv te tin I s'lall fn'fiil mv conliactto the letter I halo been (laud-omeiv treated br th" Afsoclatlon club in I'lncliinatl. mid I wish that the) were nearly as wellsatisncd with me ui I ntn with tliam. ' When 1 Join my club I Intel d to bo'd this man An dre, a to account for the way in w liich he has been talking about mo and the nlTalrs of tbe club " ltrooklyn Ii the ISonai nt tjnoltis. South Brook! n still reta'na it. rep'itatiun us being the homo of aucces-ful quoit pitchers Tltay I.nve a man or two competent to hold their own at ani dis tance, and arc willing to back their men actinia any body. Not over a moot i ago Ld LocLlcy of Astoria thought he Imd In Bob Digger a player who could kaock any one out that Dick White eaittd niiiuo. Tlia latter at once stepped to tlio front with "old reliable" Tom Dewliiirst, anil a match was tlia rssult. The Artorli man wai so easily beaten in Brookl) li that he declined to continue the match at his own home, and thereby forfeited tho BtakiS 'lbs tournament at Asturlt on July 4 del clot e I fib illier g "'d 'un in .lack Uuldthorp. nr.-l he was liu ked to play 1"iu Hewhurst ror $-u a side sr eighteen Jrd, cai h man I" hat e t lie choice or qiioita Th" match coiiilueuced leurrlay at IMrk While's grounds 57 t'onrt strivt. and. Judging iroin the pxhiblllnn ol the Astoria man, Tap t iom can give him a few puints and t'leu loin in the ihnriie nt ' Oh ulu t we thu iluulies " cjnitc u largo crowd "f enlhuilasls r ere resent at the gsme, and belore the start Hm Aei n t in in niinte such a good Impression that l,e did not lu.k lur mm riorters. The rink was lu tip top i otiditlou, and no I at er ends were ever presented to expert iiuolt pltcheiK. Attb. oommenc.metitof tbe inaioii both men plunod wide of the mark; In fact, it was the nlinosl iiniiniiiious opinion that had Co dtuorp the ability he should lime got such a Btart of hla opponent In the early etu-le ol the match aa tocompsl a long siretcli of extrsor.linary pitching to defeat him. He was nut equal tu the euier gancy, bow o er, and aa liewhuret continued lo improi e Be tlnaliy won by a score of io to 20. Jim match will ba routlnucd In Astoria next Sunday At Ilentils taliaraoH quoit Lrouuda, foot of I'nurt sireei. eouth Hrooslin. yesi.rday, quite i nuiiibi r of llileiestiuggamia were pitched Among the irotnliieiit g.i nits waaone iHftwee i "luisty" iIT .md John i on noil), tho former winning nt a siore of '.I to 15, J. I o2.n defraie I J MrAUIsier by 21 in ; Ihe instch letw.i'ii iohu lcl arlaiid. the Bmoklwi rxp' rl and l. euneJi or I'lill idol hla will nut tako p ai'o until next month. Kennedy ha. mi engagement to piiv Booth lu fl'lla lelplila about lour weeks from now and win or lose Kennedy la bouul to iluj the Urookln man- Tbe Deacon flora IllnefUlilnit, Elueflih are raining plentifully all alone shore from oft Seabrlglit to Kirs Island In'et. and ama tsur as well as professional Hibernian are lak log tbsm In large numbers A fleet of from twenty to thirty boats leave Cauarsia eiery mornlnf daily for tha fishing grounds Tbe res ssls cruise from three to tan miles on shore bst ten Bandy Hook an-j". Long Uracil, and never fall to strike Bib if there It a good breeze. The s jnldimoit eenera'ly used Are made of wood, and are muili larger tl an the metal squids. Some of them are painted red I' sir lines, each aout2Jtiieet lung .no get erilly lun nt at the ati ril of the boat. 1 wo of them an uttuchtd lo nnl riggers abuut six Itet long au that thu) will nut tout with the other two, which urefssttlied at Oilier aiue of the atern Alaiiy times, when sailing lliiuugh a school of iisn. all four Hues willoe struck simuuwie. ously, and then lol.owa the en llli g hport of luur u en pulling lu I sh at tbe euuie time A parti ol men front lliK ril oltu-e who went out on III l.'e ihelliiii s aliaip rinuia It., on Jliitrda la-t hii thia ixtieremo it was a llew ol to most of them and in Ihetr est lleioeiit they lost twoof the I ah. bi t with tbe heip ot tho aip per aucieeded 111 laii iiug thu other two Ihei' had atruca a big school or b.uelivh I ut ust as tbe spurt nad begun the wlod died out and they ilt'ln t gel another bite. Ilia next da) the same vessel went out with a spanking brr.ze, and In two hours laudsd saranteen nab weighing from three to eight pound, on i-aturday a large naet of boats went out, and all of them bad seed luck, brluftug in from tin to thirty fltb sack. BAn'sma clambake ax stonmsr Ante A. DIlRhly Tenat Partaken of Taaterday AHernnon lr Concjenlal Hplrlta. Ono liunJroil nnd flftr. perhaps 100. con conlslsotiNsrtt bonaatli tlio cover of tho bet tint: rlni: In tho froo llolil nt tho Morris l'nrk rnco trnckyestordnr attornoon nt 3: 11 o'clock. Tho liroezo from the hound wotted tlio stonm from I'ntit. 11. Uahcock's mnmiuoth clntnbnkn, which lindiut boon uncotorod. n fow paces nwny. nnd oory man and woman t.resint thnnkod a kind I'rovldoi.co that they wore able to hu thoio. Mayor Grnnt rubbed hln hnnds sleefutly ns a conis of Ncloou, Villa iiil,un A L'o.'s wultcrs biouclit liuiminotli slieopsboails nmokluB hot nnd ilono lo a turn, nnd laid thoin on tho lont! tablos. whoso sides wcro lined with the expectant faces of such cood fellows ni Johnny Kolly. J. Do Lurr. C. Jl. 1-ulrbnnV.s, JJ. -'. Johnson, William Connor, Hlmior Tnullaiilstrn, JIatty Corbctt. J. Vendlc. A. J.Jovnor. Kiank Chirk. A. II. Daniels, (1. 11. Morris, J. S. Thompson, D.aGidcon. F. C. Mc I.OW00. l'rank l.hrot. and Arthur 1". Dowers. Then Mlowid i;allon of Dub's famous sauio, rod hot. Corks popped on nil sides, nnd Dab's hea'th w.is ilrnuk In bumpers of clinnipauno. The old mnn. ns roiy as llncchus f iom tho hont of UN i.tony iiiimicn on which the iiiountalnsor lniii8. cnicKeii-. Inb-tors. trine potatooi. ntiil IMiimto I rupiirod, wns as iintipy n-i a child when tht Jlnjtir eotnpllm-iitoil olm on tlio o. collmcool thelonst, fcomoof Dab's own Iuiiioim yi'llow-itK ciilckiMii lollowod tho ilsh. with stuckt of poiatoo" ninl nllon of red hot annua na auxiliaries. Tlion enmo liloo. lobsters, cliun-i, both Imrd anil i-oft. nnd Dub's sittuo aicaln. until tho wnltorscmo slcns of liectim Inn loir wonrv. l'ay.lolitisnn nnd Hilly Con nor exhausted two buys by their roponti-d calls lor poll clams. .Mountains hlsh tho iholl8 ivero piled ntoul tho-o tlouulity warriors boforo ollhori,Mos!i;iisofdeslNiini,'.butJonuBoii wns still nt flams when Connor turned to hla wa termelon. , , , . Tho tiii'lons wero or iho renl rnltlosnnko va riety mid wero lirouchl In'q tho rlns by thirty eoloroil men. who uiilkod In Indian ille. eaou with a inon-tnr tiiidoii on inn shouldor. It was Ioiik nltei So'ilock boforo u tiuco wis culled. The slniichter was foarful. Messrs. .iohu A. and A. H. Morr'B of the Now York .lookoy Club came oier 'rum Throuics N.'i'k and taw thiil every body was happy. While l!nb was puttinc on tho Iml.o u blKlily Inlereitlni; eauie of bavobnll was played on the lawn In front of tho urnnd etauil. The ijldos weio ilubbed tho lioise Owners unit ISoier Sneitts. Tho Noier bwenta wero not In tho hunt, ns (ho llowlni: si.oro Indicates: UOU5-. OW-llRV I NXTrnsWKiTS. r. 1 r. r.n. a. x n I n r o. a. r. llt'gera'd, Ib.l 3 n n 0 V Smith, r. t o o u o u I tirse p . I 3 ll 0 ll' Kelly, a. f . 0 1 1 O ll Marshall. 3d b.2 2 0 2 ll Stirt'iouaos.s I 0 n ll 5 llurat-l f 2 2 10 0 Ihurpe 1st b I n 5 n u .'oi ner. vd b .1 2 a 9 o Johnson, : I b.l o a 2 u ralrbatlkt, r. f.2 2 I ll 0 Paille a c f il 0 1 ll II rryunt- a . .2 2 U 2 0 Medoker. 1 f 0 1 ll n ll i ralg c. f . o l I n ii t'larie 2d li I 1 4 3 n Pelerey s S 2 2 1 2 0 "teiner. v.. II II II 1 11 etiillk-. P 1 0 0 ti ii Tela IU1U 13 U O.lreeland. c 0 n 2 2 0 Heishman, c .o o 0 1 0 I Total 5 3 11 oil Horse Owner 3 I n 3-1 1 Never r-wcats 1 0 13 05 r.arneil rnus-Horso Owners. Ill; Sever Sweat-. I. llrst base on errota Horse Oaners 10 Never sweats. I". Left mi bases Horse owners, HI, Never weota. I. Home runs -l.urke i.j, ralrbanks t.-k Hurst i3j Three bai hll--l'ralg. Iieverev. Ilr)ant. llurke (21. Hlr girad Two base htts-llr)ant. Htgerad Burke (2), Hurst, Joiner 1 Irat base oi bal's-Hy teiner. '; by Venillg 1 stolen bases- Ilurke (ft'. Marshall (i). Hurst (li. i ratg Brtanttti lalrbank.H). Kelly i'2). rhorpe, John. on. endl2. MedcKer U'i. i lelshman Wild plicma endlg. o; Mettier. ', 1'asse.l bal s reeland. .1. Fleishman J. I!alki-Meiner..U Vendlg. :l. Mruck out - Kniith. .1: Stackhouso. 2. lima of game 2 hours L'mplra-Mr. 1 airman, oillclal scorer lracy Bronson. UVROS IS COJITSQ BAST. Thai Crack Tivo.yens-.old to Start In the Futurity TVIiinlnc Ownrrs at CtilcaEO. CniCAoo. July 10 -The great two year-old Hnron, ba llevedtobe tha greatest colt aeen West since El Bio Bey. together with bis Longfellow atable tumpanlon, l'bd Uwyer. has been shipped fast to go Into training to meet his Futurity engagement. Crecn II. Morris will r.t him for that race. (Iguna compile I on tha meeting here show thstdnr Ing the twenty-live days of the raclnr at Washington Bark. $l'.l.".,70l was hung up In atakea and purses, which wsadlvidedbetween2l"ilucky borBes. while ml other performers failed lo pay their way. Strathmoatli was Ihelatg.u iviniilug horse, with -18,-wi to Bit rrellt, wnli Mr ithiii iro with J:.I5, won by Ins eom nnd ill.ishlers, heads the stallion ll-t It Wllllama mid Over on had a bald tight for winulngjockey heuoia the tormer pllouiu twenty tlvo and lue latter twenl) three of tils uiotiilts lo ilciory. The atahles that won l.s (..i aint over during them:ellng follow s C. II Morris, SIS.rO ; Scoggan Brothers. tlS,734t W. II. Laiideumn. f I.I Mn5; I'asl'n .1 1 arable, SI2.1I2U: Bash fort Miner Mable $livni;t bunta Anita Mable, S7 1.5: thdlne.sta'do V..750, W. Mulkey. trt."25. and Ruddy Brothers 4TB 1 he Treasun r reports tbe meeting wsa never so sneers-! ul financially, but aa to the aport there la no deny ing that 11 was hardly up lu yiars that are past. UAUS AXD SHELLS. A Gulst Day for the Oarsmen No Trouble Among the Atalnntua Four. The N'ew Yirk. New-Jersey, and Brooklyn oarsmen had as fine a day jeaterday as they cou'd roaslbly wlaa fir and a large number of them took advantages): It. tho majority of iho nork doae, however, being for pleasure. But few w re out for training purposes, those anticipating entering the National and other coming regattas, took a resL Traluiog for a boat race ts hard and tiillous work, and at the conclusion o" a regatta. I te who bale been In training for come time nru glid of nn ip o tuiiity ( r a few days rest. This wis pla a ) .1-ihle )estetday, as the majority of the men who nave been taking part in tho late regattas rould lis ee.li out for pleasure only, the racing sin lis .nnl .rigs bomg laid aside and Hie pleasure barges and glifs belng'iu demand. A rumor has neeti lu ctriuiallnn for the past fewdays that there was a rupture lu the four oared -bell rrewef. Hie AtnUnti Boat ( I u ts. lomposed or the fJelnlbey and J au Brothers This rumur udiie pilnclpally te ttefail that the crew lime nut met wnh such success th s ar us ll.er Cid tall lhe f.i'1 is the crew have liul be-u rowing lu as goo 1 form this aeason as las: Ih-y lime not been able to come near their lluie et last )e.ir. and wline they imo been defcalel twice l')' the Albany crew, yet tbe lime of the Albany crew was not, on eii her occasion, equil te what the Ataluntaa rowed In last seasou The cretv haie reorganize I and hai e determined til atop rowing nsnfour as Ihev are fully aware of the fact that they are not nearly ao last us la-l year. Hut though they l,al e arrived at llila concliision.the beat of feeling exists between the brothers and they will be seen agulu uu the water neM ear as a lour. The Laii brothers win row in the pair oared gig event at the Kill lun K nil regatta, w bile the I)eniisey brothers. If satlslled ihev run develop speed enough within the i oining w cok.wlll enter the national regatta lit the pair oaredahell eieuL Acnri: fui:i:lmbx o.v club jiuxs. Tripe Held ta All tbe (-Surrounding; Town.. Tha wexthcr jestrrday was all that could ba desired for bicycle riding. A ooot breere and good roads mad the riding very pleasanL Tbore wna a big attendance In the various club runs The N'ew York llicyclo Club members left their club house at S 30 o'clock, and rode, flfteeu strong, to Orange, N J, Tlio membert of t'io riotuam Wheelmon tnjoyednplesaaut run to Long Branch. They rode to that popular numiuer resort on their wheals and re turned on the train. The Riverside Wheelmen did not Have their club bo'i-e on viral I04tli street until 2 ocleck Ihey then rodolo Lug.ewood and latum be fore dark. 1 he majority of the Brooklyn clobs hsld runs over tho famous New Jersey riding district Howard t-pellman of the nro'iklyn ilkli le ( lilts took ten members tu r-tueu Island, fhe Kings f'e.inty Wheelmen held u run te f'ranfur I. w bile t.n Brooklyn Katuhlers rode to l.nglrwoed. Die eoiiin I'reoklin iMeeliiieli lock is large delegation of mew'" rs to I'lahlfl'lil. Cipt, .Mu.-ee oflhe sueeli-i outity Wheelliieu was ill cliargo of a club run lo Babylon In New.lrr.-iiv tna res) lent chits were vary artlve. The Hudson roniiii iWieeimi'ti h.il a run lo Mack. 'Hi. iiietu ners of thu oruige Wheu men tuok n rnle into f'oiiliecttcill. II cy redo to that popular vvatirlug re port. Hl.lcL Bock. The Lliglowooa Whoelmeil vreut lo 1 hero was an unusually largo number of unattached riders perambulating around tho parks and on tho reads, leiterday wai the lureltoit day tbe wbtelmen have wltncastd lids Beaton. Itleycle Rnna for the 'Week. Jnly21-Kast Orange Cyders, to Eiliabalb, atari 8 r. i. July 22-Qinens County Wbtelmen, ta Hempstead, starlTls P M ; Piulnfleld Bicycle t'tub, to Orange, star! 7 V. M., Brooklyn Kambltrs, lo Prospect Park. July '23 uran-'e Wheelmen, drill and run July 23-rialuflelil Bicycle I'luu. lo Westf.eld and I llrabolb. start 4 o'clock, last Orange Cyclers, tu I'hiludelphU start fi A. M i orange Wheelmen, to I'eioiiton, start I o'clock; flotham Wlieelinru. lu . south lleaco, start 2 1 M Jul) 2u New York IIIcjcIm Club, to Bavside; Brook. I)u Bicycle lub lo Fa- llockanay; Klverslile W heel. men. to Hobba Ferry, Cothain Wheelmen, to Benson, hurst. Kouih Brooklyn Wheelmen, tot anarsiei Cueens I'nuiity Wnaelinen. to larrytowm Long lalaud Witeel men. to Massapequa: Hudson County Wheelmen, to I'ompton; Lings Cennt) Wheelmen, to Batbt orange Wheelmen, to Coney lalaud; 1'rospeot Wheelmen, ta Orange, Wheeling; floaalp. Tha Brooklyn Ramblers will hold tlitlr rsanltr ttml moniMy mealing to morrow evening. Tha Manhattan Blrvcle Oluli are arranging to hold a sr; ss of i lub road races on Lsbor Pay. I he team roil raro between the Orange Wheelmen aii 1 ll e Pitstiiett Men's i )dlng Leaut will be lisid oa r-aturd iy oei lliei'iubioiitillonr Newark and Jersey Cy are man. I'esiing lull lit ie interest lu the newAsiorlaied Cjillng club, of New Jirsev Willi' W'indle will male aii efort to lower Iho one. mile iteiy rocoril of 2 o i .1 this lull, lie should easily ride tbe mile Inside of 2 2 '. lhe national mining ot the Leng ie of American W heelmtu hold at He roll iAt Wei I waa net as auccesa fll n p' vilua uit-etihgeo! thai org luUaliou. t apt Colgate of tho I nglewoed iv heelmen has ar. ranged tlio louowing run. lor his club for this tuontli Juli 2 tniir-shli .luiyje. te orauo, AUa-. 1,10 Ciiutou l'oint, Aug 2, to t ouay lalan 1. ilaaeball, Eualeru Iurk, 4 P. it. To-day, Brooklyn vs. New York. Admission, 50 etnts. KlD(S County and Brooklyn L toads direct, -Ada. GOSSIP OF THE RUNNERS. ItAClXO 3IKX WILL BATE PLBXTT OP si'onr this witEic Monmouth. JTtrlchton neachtnnrl Saratosa All to he At It-Plenty or Clock Per. formera Oolntt to the Bprlna;. IThnt sjaraloicn Air nnd Water IIuvo Done In Pant Years A Story About I.oncetreet Monmouth Programme for Thta Week Ihitrle for Ilrlshton To. d ivy. The piibllo will hnvo raclnc nt Morris or Jerome l'nik every day thU wook. bnrrlnc to day, so tliero will be abundant opportunities for tho tnlcnt to try lliolr skill In clcklnu winners, a trick In which a majority of the bookmnkorA say the knuwlne ones nro re marknbly prollclont. l'rom now until the close of tho Brlchton Bench season tho r.iclnc contlncent will havo nnabundnnco of spoit loo much, in fact, for their own coiid-atid when 8nratoabeKlns this weok thoro Is colnit'o bo sonio lively (.cram bllnu for horsos enouch to co nround. Tho ocrotnrloi of t'io dllToront coursos will havo to framo their must nttra tlvn races, nnd own oi s will no doubt ba cun ultod with rosnnl to tho character of the rncos to bo olTorod. Thero is soiiiotli'nR to bo ri'Brnlted In tho nniiouncoinent that tho Munmoutli Dark ltncini: Asscclnllon will bcclu steoplo chaslnif on lrldny next. Kovoral riders across country met tholr death nt Joiomo Park nnd othor places in tho old days wboti ovory day's f port wound up with a jump, nnd whononebyono tho rcputablo jocko) oluls Anally tabooed tho sport, it was hoped by thoso who had tlio best intorests ot tho turf nt heart that we hnd seon tho Inst of stooplochat initoutstdoot the country club mestj). whoro eentlomon riders tnko part aud where specu lation is excendincly llmitod. .Sieoplocliasinn a fewyonrsacowaiso corrupt that every other rncownsajob. If tho Monmouth Dark Kaclns: Asjoolntlon wauts to make jumptnc mess ntall Dopular.lt will have to watch tho contests lory elosoly for fiaurl. and once found tho cullly person or perKons Hhnuld bo summarily dealt with. There aro but few birth-class jumpers in trnlnluc in this country, but Can ada hns many, lucludlnc tho champion Ilor oules nnd that rellublo performer McKen.lo. Tho succebS of Mrntbmonth In tho Stocktin Ktnkos nlonsed Greon 11. Morrl-. very much, nnd ho will bo seon no moro in this lcinlty for some tlmo. the enmo little Koltlini: iroliie to Hnr.ito.i with .limce Morrow uml tho other inembdiHof tho stntilo to-day or to-moi row. As l'.J. Uwjer.V- son and Wnlrott A Curuiii'ell will nlsoraio otcliiblTeiy at tho Splint:- loi ennio lime, tho outlook lor n bupcos-.ui! mcotlnit thoro Is ory bilcht. It will iiinko a iluarthof (.'noil homes horu. hut the poorer will havo nl! lhe bonoi ch.iticu to win money ami In In pay htabio expeusos. air. Morris's Horses havo veiy low. ll any. euuaKotuenls nt Mira oca. but Clrocn Jl. is a irro.it bollover in nrutf'irn nlr anil wulor. Thero inu-t be soiuothlns In tho BirnioKa climat'S bonetlclal to hnts-eas woll as man, for ye.ir aftor yiar tlio rjaiatoira i ontlnuen' haio won nearly nil tho mnnuy at Monmouth and rslioop'-hoad Day. Proctor Knott enmo down fiom tho bprlncs and landed th'1 Junior Champion mil luturity, and Klnc llsh spent a few wooksat tlio bptlncs l)of"io no liindod tho Junior Chniuplon. Ditto Protec tion. Tho three-yoiii-old lllly Miialna II. came from Horse Haven last tear and bent Judge Morrow and otlu-r croek colts with tlio utmost ease. Numberless othet Instances could b" rsscortlotlot tlio olllcnovof tbenpnnKS. hat kind nl a horso will Lon bo w hen ho le-turn-. homo In tlnoe weeks oi a month t lij.tuorrow. at .lotome l'aik, tho lolleen Rtakes for two-jear-okl lllllos. at ihrco-nuat-tots of ainllo. and tlio Dainou.it bial.es for tliree-yiMt-olils, at ono mile and a ha!:, tiro to Lo decided. Tho prneramnie olTori'd by rjecrutaiyl'rlckmoro lor Wednesday follows: Iree handicap sweepstakes of Mo earh. if not do c'ared out, wil i SI is 1 1 aided, ef which -un lolhe sec ond and 5-ltsi lo lb- third, retries to be nistabvotJO r -M. on Monday July 20. weights to bs pubi shsd by o P. -VI and declarations te be made by li'3) r. il on Tuesdi) July 21. reiirteen hundred l a-ds bweepstakes trr maidens tw. i years old of Sin each, with ;l ii uidd. 1. of which ?20 i to the second and lul to the third, those I. ot having run seioud tor S2.HOI allowed live puunds lb' se not tiaving run aecond for 51 issi allowed seven po'ind-v I Ivo furlclus stiaigbt. F.ee hnu-ticup sweepstakes ror threo )Str ol Is and upward tl at have not Well S2.i's of lo ech. w ith fr..issi aided, of wbicll 2iss te the second und aliki in Iho third, i nl:les.weigltta, and de.-larations same us for preceding free Handicap One mile and a s lie. nth bwtepstnkes for two year-old., or rin each with $10 0 added, of which S-2noto Hi. aecond an 1 Sll lo lhe third, lo carry seven pounl a'love the scale the winner lobe sold at auction for fJ..u. If entered to be sold for less, two pounds al owed for each sUOUdown to tv,1! t'leu three poinds lor esch ?2indown lo$l,.uoi then two pounds tor each 121 down toJl.iaii. then three pnunta for each H25donio )W1 Fivofur longa, straight. . .. . free handicap awcepatakea for horses that have not won lu isni. of lo each. If not declared out. with Sl.ony added, ot which t2isi to tho se 'end and SIihj to the tnlrd. entiles, weights, ant decliritlons same as for preceding Iro" handicap I'euneen hundnd vurds bweepslakes for threo v oar o di an 1 upward, or sin each, with Jl.issi added, of which 2 0 te the second aid lii te tho tnird. to carry in pounds above the scale: the winner to be so.d ut auction for r-2.ru i. if entered tule sold fur lesa. 2 pound, allowed for eacn yj.iiidowu tosJ'ssl, tlieu a pe'iiidalor each fJei i:ewn toJfl.Msi. then 2 pounds ror each?l 2 i down to si.o si; then 3 pounds for each $125 less. TUtee quarters of a lullr. Thursday's racing will nlso be conducted nt Jeromo l'nrk. The Klizaboth Makes for llllios three moiB old at ono mile and nfurioiiir and the Harve.it Handicap lor tlirro-rear-nlils and upward at one mile ami a tiunito.r will be ile ciilcd. All tho crackb am in iho Harvest, and il the wclKhtsare at nil ovenlyndiunted thero rhoulil bo a urand race for thu uionoy. Alio prourammo lor Friday will bonnnoiiucea Inter on. .Saturday's card whleli will bo run oir nt Morris Park has for in reatures the l'assalo htakes for all aces at ihreo-iiuurtoiH of a tulle, tho .s.ijillni: Makes for two-yoai-oldsal threo ouartiTs of n mile, ni.il tlio Htoieiis Makes lor tin ce-i oar-olds at ono mllo and a half. Thero nro nny number of nlovpors eettlnc a siiuci.il pieparatlon lor tho Junior ( huniplon aud tlio Futurity, and it is now moro than probnblo that tho smarlost of the Western tlelecntlon will lio huro wilh f-omethini; they think Is cllt odeed. A mint would soon eo broko playlnc tlio two-)onr-rlil8 In the hast. Merry Monarch. Victory. His Wellness. nnd M. 1 lorinn befote his nccldont at Mioeptliend liay belnc tho only ically consistent poilormers ainonc tli" hluh-cliihs celii-. Airplnnt nlwavs doo-. his boat, nnd t-o did Nomad boforo ho had too much of it. Potomao Is so much better than any other throo-yonr-old colt that ho stands nlono. There aro some poisons who think that tlio Tilly I.a Tosca. his stable companion until Inst Februury. In capable of Klviiic tlio blu whlto-fncod colt a rare utsoyca furloncs or n mile. It Is to bo hoped that thoy will moot boforo the close of the i-eaion. Iho deal for the iiuiclinso of L. J. Koho's entiio stable by M. V. Dwyor Is still on. nnd may He fonsuminated t"-day or to-morrow. Mr. Dwinr looked the lot over at Joiomo J'.irk on Haturdav. Nomad is much botler slnco his let un. The Keneial public does nut know whv isunustrrat is not moro t-Monsiialy enunirod than ho is. Tho homo illd m poorly Inst w-ar that nt tho sale when tho Lrotheisdi-sohod parlnershlp thero was no treat nnmuut of rivalry lor him. Philip llnnlly nacurlni! him. l.ntoron Mlc'jnol traded tlio lour-soar-o il hlr John for l.onuhtreot, who wns then warded ns nothlncllko tho horn lie is lo-day. It wns fouiod Hint his wind was nffectoil, nnd he was doclurvd out o tho fownnujcoinent bo hml, uinnni; tht'in tlio huhili ban. Tho brown hon-o bot'iin iiinnlnK at Outioiibiim' in tlio sprlnc, and Impiovi'tl srutliiully until, ut present, ho is reuarded as tho peer ol uuy homo on tho continent. pocietury Rass offers tho following Interost Inn programme for hrlKliton Do'iih to-duy: Hrst llace Purse j.'iOi, one mtl Pry Tnost coll, 121. dlenmound 112, clamor. 112; Flreilv. Hri, tattler, lo.'. Long lalaud l"ti, Count liudley. Pal. klaiaiilev.llsl; The Doctor. I'm Jennie It. 100; rernwood, Iu3. Henry Heorge, 101, L tlio Jim. 1U3, Big Bruwu Jug, loo, La Urippe, ins. Hicond Itace-rurse S-Vsi; for twoyearotda: flva eighths ot a mile bt. Hark, IIS; I'r. Bill, 114, Jo hannes. 11-4; Circular. 112, uuesn d Or late ltegiua2d, HI; Itefraln. Un, itilers L. ll". Mart, I In Irregu lar, I m, Hal Spark, lull, Madrid, Hi), Botheration, lu-j Maxim lllly. in'.. Third Itace Purse SSOO seven olghtlit of a mile I.orll ard. 1 1 1 . '') insure, ill; vv, ll. II, ll.i. centaur 112, liurrlsou. 112, Leo, 112 l'ule, 1m Vluiagt-luno lllly, Ii, lii-mlil. Pi7, laguhond, 103; Monterey, iui, Zed 104. Louis It, I'M I'annollle. I'M Luinio .1. H. 1 otirth I ace i'urs. rl."U. onu mile Kauibier. Ills; Jlr, lielmutii, 112. -)mour, 112, M. John, lu7. Berg, 107: lle'isleii. Hl7; II res ie K , I'rj, Fifth ltiico-1'.lrf'i l,'2 sj.l.ve eUlillis of a mile. Wat tersou. II". Ilaunllial, ll'i; Ballevi.e. I m l.tiray. lint tlr Lancelot, lie. Halayrlail. III). Krlipse 110; lie Irleve, HO, Kitty T. lie; Catherine colt it". hlxtii llace Purse fl.Hju. p.r '.' vtar "Ids nteelgliihs of a tulle. Alrshuli, US; I'eiteitritii, 111. Arnica. I kii Hoy. lies; Oold Wave, I'M; Maggie Murphy, l".V Me dusa il'.ly, HU, Nannie Hubbard cult "J. Lallali. nvs; Hello I), 1U5; Cautlou, 10), Katurab. Itxi; itetractlon (illy. 1 1". he Tenth Race-rune MOO; six and on. half furlongs. Sparling. 152: Klngitock. 152, llomancs, I52t CM! howls, lilt Llthbsrt, 152: St, Luke, 132. Newburg. 152; Jersey Fat, 150, Longslrlds. 152' Hairspring, 147; Mlrtbwood, ll Blr Utorga, III; Itoitrille, 13 J; Plo turn, 141. Only I.adlea to Be at the Helm, Tha Harlem Tacht Club bare shown a large Inoretst in membership lately At the last meeting of the club the Secretary's report allowed a total of 178 member", beiides a lleet of 72 yachts. This car tha club will hold two ladlel' regattas, und a series of Saturday re .atlas to bo kuown as consolation races. Next. Satur day the first of the ladies' regattas will be exiled. Only woman will bs allowed at the helm The race will I a over the trlaugular course of the olub o Coil, g. Point. Among the ) edits that buveenterod are the Peerless, sailed bt Mrs l-.lalor, I buries W'elde b) M i.a Hurst; latalu. by Mr-. J. B. Arnold teiutlle. bv Ml-a Multli, uri" e, bv kllsa late, Jq by MlasJamea llerenteK, by Mla Llllelt. ephia. by Visa J tiksou Mnlllel'.liy Ilia-(nteudorr, Tbrreas. by lra A. VV Warner, Ithada. by Mtsa letrrv; Chriatepber Columbus, b) xtra. Mar. guariele He loss, Alice I'. brMl.aJ l. I lt-Ii . Pain finder, bv Mrt 11. U lersenheln Iruanl by Mrs. () II. Lang. Jnlla, by Mrs Jobu Conklln Bsrlhs M., by Miss 1 II, Hsnlaln Molat, by Mrs 1. Kruulch, Cora, by Miss r. WtUyi Uarrj 0 , by UtM W, F. Fetltr. TUB HORSE AXD CAItttlAaE TRADE. Plenty of Activity In lloth lsrnnehea of Trade, Tho horse market continues active, with a brisk domnnd for first-class animals of nil kinds. Scrubs of any sort nro naturally a drsR on tho mnrkot, as those who wltnossad tbe sale otsomo brokon lots ot thoroughbreds In tho paddock at the Morr.'s Park raco track on Sat urday roallrod, thurouahbreds not capable ot winning solllnc for prices that would scorn ridiculously low to men in any other branch of the horse world, For Instance, tha four-year-old coldlnu Flatbu.), brothor to Flrenzo, a mare that hns won moro than J100.000 for her owner on the turf, brought a paltry $33: an expressman buvini: him for that llcuro. Flat bush will do duly bctwocn tho shafts tor the remainder of his caroor. Put thnrouulibrods capable of wlnnlna are always hold nt moro or les fanoy prices, nnd tlio murkot for them will never bo depressed ns lona as racln continues as popular as It has beon for yenrs past. AlnrKonumberof turfmon lookod ovor tho Fiilrvlow and Klnuston yearllnus nt Tattor ealls hiiIo repository, t-ovontli avenue and J'llty-llftu street, yestotduy, aud tho cenoinl opinion wns that In size and conformation thi-y aroasKood n lot ns have como tj Uoth.im. 'J hoy will bo sold to-nlitht. iiccltinlnc nt .1 p clock, und blddlnc Is bound to be splrltod. ihs i yt.uiiKstais will bo on exhibition to-day until iho hour of tlio sale. William l.nston will bo tho nuctioutror. 'Iho usual ai'commo datlnns will bo provided lor vleitois, and a L-allery will bo rescrio 1 lor ladlos. , Tho reaular weekly miction salo conducted by, Mos'rs. Van Tnssell .V Kearney at tholr splendid repository. In JJast Thirteenth streot on TuesdiuB and Filtlnys are well attonded, and t'cveial hundrvd head ot Ui-olul anltnals cbu'jo hands nt full- niiios. '1 lie followlnir aio standard quotations In the local ranikot: lairs of mntchod cnriluco hoises. i5U to (l.hUil; teams of truck orox prees Jiorses. f CUO to f SOU ; suddlors with all the Kalis, M,sUto 7uu) each; uood drivers. J300 to sfcueach: butduosn Horses, $170 to $-50 each, and streotors. $1(10 to Jl'JU. The carrlnuo trade durlnc the past week has beon by no moans dull, nnd tunny aood sales aro belnc made, homo of the dealers are oltor Inij very lino llclit diiilucwueonsntoxtromely low prices, und purchasers wt I llnd some iron tiltiis tiarculiis by visitini; tho vurlous carrlaeo warohoiibi'S. The I. . Jtcmsen Mnnufacturlnc Company of fl'J-7'iO Uiaiid Btreet, Dtooklyn, always has un enormous stock of vehicles for pleas mo nnd business purposes constantly on hand. iSaddlo-'. harness, whips, lap lobes, blankets, and, in tact, everything necessary lor tho hnrnes3 mom und statue, aro kept In laice nuiiutlitcs ami sold ut nioderato terms. an Tn-sod V hoarney ot 130 and 112 Last Thliteenth sticot lima a largo number ot hlcli-crndo cairlacct of every description. Hundirds of tliolr fashionable buckboania ninl other vehicles for summer usohuie beon sold. Harno9J, both Importod nnd domcsllc. of iho very best duality, will bo found ut very reiibonui lo rates. Flundraii A, Co. of 372-370 Broome stroot nnd lirondway and Fifty-first street hnve nn elocant nssoriment of carrlaeo.". which w ll: repay inspocllon. Their llcht turnoutH fur iountry drlvlnc. doi'lnrs' waKotis. ami ladles' phaetons aro mudolnthe most perfoct manner and iioter laii to ctvo complote satisfaction. At iheir un-town btnro they are f-elllne olt the ro-entlynsslcned stock of Lowdun & Duthor ford nt crently roducod prices. Tho llacine Wacon and Cnrrlauo Company of 151-1 j.'l South Fifth axuiiuo linvo anonormous stock of lino carrlaccs ot all kinds tor city and country use. Their delivery und express waconsaie especially woll innde, and nro war ranted to cio satisfaction. Duckhoards. BtirroiR. pbnotons. buccli-s. load carts, and fancy traps tiro kept In a variety of stylea nnti prices Harness nnd stable coods will always be found In stock. Dowdon Pond .V Co. of Broadway and Forly seventh btreet ate mukii.c special Fairs of a lorco number ol tlrst-class city nnd country oarrlnces. Most ot these are of tne latost stylo, nt.d tmyers will do well to inspoct these rare bnrcains. Tho United Slates WeRon and Carrlnce Com pany of Third avenue nnd lorty-nlnth street, havo some very lino surreys, bucKtes, runa bouts, depot waaons, Ac, which cun now be obtained at low prices. Their Mock otdeliveiy and express wagons Isiory complete, llni ness, blankets, und other horse coods will bo found nt Iho most reasonable rales. William II. Orayotan-.'. W'ooster street, al ways has ahandsomo lotofcuriiacesfor every possible purpnso. Ho will rent summer vehicles for the eea.-.on. und many persons have already found this uvery doslrnblo way to set tho use ot a carriaso for afow months, Mr. Uray's now up-towu olllce Is attJ-3-3jO Seventh avonuo The Hudson Wacon Company of 512 Hudson street havo over 100 well-made business waBons. buitable for all trades. These are now belnc sold at creaily reduced prices. J. ll. JJIrch ol Durlincton. N. J., will send his carrince and harness catalogue upon applica tion. Ho bus a hi! Be stock nt moderate prices. L T. WestorileM of (il Thomoson street has a complolo assortment of intent and plain sprinkllnc trucks ut low ratns. Dradloy A Co. of 14 Warren sttont have been dome nn excollent business this season in sclllnc their popular banner bucctes, road cnrix, oasy-rldinc surreys nnd buckboaids. Their goods will ropay close lusDectiou and pr.con will bo found roasonable. Ttto II. II. Dabcock Co. oi luC. 408, 410. and 412 Droome street aie manufacturers ot hlh srnde enrrutces of nil kinds. Thelrbrouchams. toachos, landaus, cabriolets, mid road wimons nro mnno of tlio best possible material, nnd are (-old at voiy reasonable rates. Harness and lino horse coods are ulviays kept In stcck. THE SUX'S JtULES SUIT TUE3L Some Itattllnc Handlsall Games Played In the llrooklyn Courle. Clubdayt at the handball courlt In this vicinity ara utuaily tbe moat lnterosilng featuro of the week's sport. It is then that tho experts coma out In force, aud, having Eomo old scores to settle, the games gen erally are of an exciting character A case In polu. oc curred at the Brooklyn Handball Court on Saturday. Four sterling silver playirs of the club met In combai. Ihey are universally conceded to be about of tbe same atreugtb at the spurt, but up to the present time It has been impossible to get them tugelber. Iheretore. when the four men entered the court, stripped for tbe fray, tho spectators iu the gallery worked their enthual ism up lo the highest pitch. Now wv li see a game that is a game " was tho general ra Ihe'contestantB were Pr. Phil S-mlth. who for years stood At the head of handball pla) erstn bt Louis, ana 1 atrick ounin, familiarly known as iba "llagnaletoivii Hero" agaliiBt John Malcolm, a Scottish gentleman of considerable lepuie, and lotwrence Corker Fordo, una or lhe best representatives of the game (lalwar ever bad Hi this country Ii was a slashing contest from start te finish, and there was nn jet up in the play. Lvery iiiau went at It as If a foituue dependodon the resulL Through the strong purkunr of oiilnn and lhe extraordinary cunning of Dr. Smith the pair carried on mo honors. In Hie urst game the score siood Into 13 in laior of Malcolm and lord, yiilnn then took a hand, and before he was retired had run the game out. 'iho playing wns done under Tne. sun's rules; ilia'. Is. all tho lus.ltigwos done from the aco Hue lhe scoie - Pr. Smith and 1. Qulnn 21 2142 J. M.molm aud I. I'lrdc, id iu33 The small s'a'te match between Michael Daughney, that grand old-timer of L'rllngfnrd. Kilkenny, ani 1'hlllp losepliua Casev, ngalusl John Malcolm and Dr. Phil eiiitih did not iiiuture. Iba Kilkenny man old not materia tf. A rattling good game was plxyed Inalea I, liewever. between tbe ' champ and M. Muldooultoarty against Malcomb and the Hoctor. Tho latter tried hard to avoid an unfavorable result, but tho "llifltau'i" partner stood n the way. 1 lie score: Casey nnd Roarty 21 Id 21-.18 Mulcultn and finllli IH 21 It 53 Previous to the a 'ovo game Champion Casey, Just by wavof keeping hla hand in for the tour handed gamu. beat John Malcolm and VI. lto..rtv by 21 to 17. - lhe greatest overthrow or the iluy was the signal de feat ot .Iohu Connors and I arry Travis, a Wuklow. wist I'eath lombluiilon against Maior John Carmody and tli tt- tried old statesman. Ceorgo Hun ey, being a. union ef Limerick uud lloscoiniuop. It waa a walk aw ui for the latter, lliearoro, Carmody and llanley. 21 21 21-0.3 Connors and Travis. j 17 h 28 Among other gamas played era t Frank 1'rendergatt IS 21 3157 blmon Henry , , 21 IU 040 H Henry and F. Krendergsst 21 12 21-51 Bob rroitaurtT. Lynaiu 11 21 14i.g T, I.ynaru and J. McMahon 21 2142 Travis and F. 1'rendeigatt 18 iw-Sl I'ncle (leorge lluuley It anxlout to play tha young Trail 0 lad Jere MoMabou. "I undeniand McMahon wants to give me live aces a game." said Ibe "."ally, llrker 'loa.si'1 reporter Mil play htm (list game any time lor the Mitt aud all ba bat to do Is to put up and 1 11 be H.ero" AT lilt rolTII DROOKMTS) COl'ftT. The members of the roulti Brooklyn llandba'l Club have been drilling another one ot their rrllowt to pit 2iilnst a Bro'ikliii I'mti repreienlatlve. The new aspirant Iroin houth Brooklyn is vi.nager John Powers llerlai'iialnbe able to defeat Tom Jlmlny Lyuain And stands nadi 10 p'.iy the latter tne best ot eleven games. Hi home ani homo couria fortm. Ibe South llrooklyn manisiery lopuiar. and It tusy Ie. if the Brooklyn Club man is wiling that the stake can be Increased. At any rate, an an.sver from Lynatn Ji expected ty iho south Brioklin brethren. 1he veteran "outh Brooklyn Court waa tba icane of many a hard-fought game 00 Saturday, and all Iks cracks of that locality appeared to show off to the bust pd'anlugt. Iho scores of soma of Ibe prlnolple games were! D. Itlordan and 3. Uunne - ..ii 31 21-os It. Boles and U O'Uel 21 id 18-55 Ftta Connot'r " '-,uli,r 10 0-24 J, Connolly and 1. Itlordan 21 21-42 n, Miller and A. allien........ 21 10 31-81 v Brandenburg and J. Schulta 10 21 1754 George Miller 21 21 31-63 Wllilatnlves 7 4 in-27 l'eteiontibllrand M I ennon 21 21 I7-.1H J.Counolly aud ll, Blordan, 13 ju 2153 John Powers peat Bnii Frost a single game by 21 to 18, k'nl Mikt Btatitou put I", F, Connaily to sleep to tot tunt of 21 to 12. KlinolliiB FUlurea for ThU Wrek. To-morrnw-The Kingt County (lun Club, blue rocks, at Hi iter I'ara. Long Island. Wednr-dai The I rl. l.ua.n Hun Club, live I.I nil at Won llawn l'ark Long Island, the Lmerald (JuuClub, llvebirls al Hex!' r l'ark L0112 Island. Thiir.ua) Match shoottng, Uva birds and blue rockt, at I'txitr Park. Long lalan 1. Friday-Tbs Linden droit Gun Clsb, lira birds, at Dexter l'ark. Long Island Saturday Match sbool and twaepatakel at Ut bird ' at Uydt't I'arUlpa lrouuda. City ItlaoO, GREAT ILIEIHTiON SALE t-OW m. PROGRESS, WHO CAX FILL IWntlKSS'S SIHWi? A Number or 31n Niitnoil to Carry on Iho Work of the l.tite lcnlr;net'. Boston-. July lO.-Tho death ot Kdwa-d llur Boss camo at a tlmo when he was stroncr than over bofore. nnd just us ho was btatt.nc out in a Hold whore he was soon to iiinko a hlchor mark. Tho public were led to believe that hl9 Income wns Croat, and that ye.iily bo laid by (Hilton sum. So far as bis financial catns wont ho wns moro fortunuto than his brother In! orers In his prolosslon, but Imd It not been lor tho mncnlllcent ciftn prcsonto.1 to him his Income from his profession, ufior his expenses wero deducted, would havo boon fnr below that ot other prominent men. It can oaslly bo seen, with Ilvo percent, commission fordcshtnlnc nnd suporintendlm; tho bulld luc of his ynohts. that ho wns ill paid, The public approximately knew how much build iuc he did since Inst lull, so that It Is not a very dlnicult inattor to llguro out about what ho made durlnc the past nlnti months. He was muih inoio fortunate than Ills lollnws, exoopt.l. Jloaxor ttobb. so inr.us Income went. Willi such stronc li lends about him as lien. 0. J. Palno. Commodore J. Malcolm i 01 bos. Annum Dolmont, Urn linn. John M. Fortius, Col. W. 11. Forbes. Col. Huch Cochiuno. tho Hon. John V'ulncy Adttins, Clinrlos lrnucla Adams, tlio second; Davard Thayer. 1). S. Ford. J. Montcomery Pears. Gourco Adams, David I-oar. in, John Dryant. William i:. lsellu, T. Dlnnlo Dourdiiiun. William Lee. Aucustus Hcmouwny, Commodnro Wllllnm 1'. Wild. Commodore Henrv S. llovoy. and many others ol ciiu.il protninonco, Durcess had n backluc hardlonuallod In the world. '1 lieso men wore his boyhoud coiupatilons, collocu associatos and trusiod friends tbrouch II10, 111b friends weio over about him, lu defeat oven mora than in victory Take tne forty loot clnss. for ln-stnm'e. r-ucli nn endorsement Is rarely civon a mult, und his ordets ended uh with the (jossoon cut lyinc olT tho honors lu horclnss. As has woll beon said: " Ills frloinls had all contldence in him and would not lot nlmslny lioaten," .... LondinB yachtsmen aro already boclnnlnc to discuss the iiueMlon: "What will lloston do now in cato of a challcnco ' Who Is 1I1010 lolt nmonc us to fill the CntiV" Thero are now hete three natal aichilects ot repute, namely: Frisblo. W ood, nnd l.nvx lor. They nro all 1 rac tleal men, and nro hotter equipped to start now sthnn tho Into Kdwnrd llurcoss whs whonholltst took hold. Jelleron llorden Is anntlier man who has clvcti much study to the work, nnd lie has crcat conlldonco in himself. William w'atcrhouso. for many yents chief assistant to Durcess. Is splendidly equipped to carry ou tbo woik. Durlnc the pnst two years he has made all the calculations on the Dur cess boats, aud ho bus moro nnta about tliom than nny llvlns person. vAaterhnuse has a cood mathematical mind, has hnd much ex perience in ai'htwnrK. and 1b well up lu de tails and construction. Another porson built in many ways like the late Edward Durcess, and believed by many to bo the best lilted to carrv on tlio work, is Heniy Dnnnt Ho has line ability. Is n clever mathe matician, n practical yachtsman and an um.i teur deslcncr of hlch order. Tho Thetis und Alert spent: for his ability. His tastes run to tbe profession, nnd his friends aio iho same as those who surrounded Durcess-. Drynnt does tlio work of deslcuinc. It stilts his t,ites, nud he has oricinal ideas W ith ilvo yoars' experi ence ho is sum to develop very stroncly. Tho obances of his adoptlnc the profession for a lhollhood are very doubtful, lor ho has plenty of means nnd prefers doslgnlnc his own yachts. He would hnvo tbe same social following as Durcess. nnd could cot orders where others could not. , ... Sydney Uurcess stnrted out In tne business with his late brothor. He Is woll o'lulppod. but bis tendencies run stroiicly to conirobonids for best performances. .Many believe that Sydney Durcess is tho proper one to carry on tbe bnsinos-B. and with W atorhouse as nn ,-seo-ciatu the namo of Duress would still be at the fore. lion. Pnine, knowinc too woll tho upx nnd downs ot 5 ocht doalcninB. would not care to have his son, John D. Paine, tnke up the work professionally. Tho General takos creat interost in ynchtinc. and for his own amuse ment will continue to work out doubttul questions with his boy. In cue of n olinllonco Boston can be dopend cd on. Her vae'itstnen are patriotic, and a boat may be built fiom linos recently made by the Into yacht dosicnor. THE 4G-FOOTKHS TO OO IT AGAIN. The Fleet to IlaveTno Tllta In Eaatern Water ThU Week. Boston. July 19. Tho 40-rooters will have two more chances to show the.r speed this weok, and yachtsmen aro prnylntz forncale. On Wodnosdny tlio Eastern Yacht Club's spocial rocatta lako place and on Thursday there will be a sweopstakos raco under tho auspices of tho Corinthian Yaoht Club. It was a complaint iu tho Massachusetts rnco that nil the boats oxcept iho Oweono Buffered from hnvlne a poor bottom. That is a pait of tbe came, and should bo looked after as curofully s tbe othor thiucs. The Oweono, Deatrix. Sayonara, Barbara, Alborak. and llotsooii will m.iko a handsome fleet in tho.se two r.tcis. These races will fur nish a ) aids-tick lor tlio spind of tlio tilorluua. Those who hnvo soon tho ."very 1 ork luces say Hint tlio Sanmina is finite Interior to tlio tiloriana. if thu Suyounrncau raco ut all with thiiDwoonoandileutrli. it will be accepted by many as a proof that Hiu liuio.ss boats mo not in it with the (ilniinnii. On the other hand, moso who have seen tho niiparoiitiy marvellous liultl-aii sutllncof the Oweono uud Deutrlx will bo loath 10 admit on any upo-l-tion, savo 1111 ititunl defeat by the (lloriuiia, thnt tho Hono-liolT boat i the wonder sin would hao to Lo to bout iho track Durcoss boats In such weather. Wbotiior tlio Oweono nnd I'eatilx will anil well lu n I roczo remains to bo seen. Tliey hnvo not met such weather in a race bo fur. The ultils in stronc meees, however, seoiu to show that the (Jvvueiio and Deatilx urn stronc cnoiiKh for nnuiilnc oxeept po-blbly tho moist 1 Dine i!indltlnns Jleiiuan Duiye.i lias sailod in Iho Mlneoln and Saionatu. und In a recent trip In the Doalrix in a etroac broeyu lio was sai prised to son how much but ter sho boomod to bland the ti i.ln. Tlie Say onata and Minenbi were lortulnly not stronc noucn. With what streuctheniiiK cun 1 a done it Is possible that thoy may bo able to stnnd the rackot in rouch woather. The speod of tho Oweetio and Beatrix Is such thai it is admitted by tho Adams boys, first 01 nil. thnt tbo Gossoon has no hope to win except bv u tremendous fluke. The Oweono has now twlco boaten the liossm.a twent) -olcht minutes oi or u twenty-four-mllu trlancular course. . Dlsrecardinc tho tiloriana. thoso fr.cts show tbut inn Bes mudou bic stride in bin do-lcu. Inc In tbo last jrnr , Tlie inct that his Dn.-torn boats have beaten the D.trbantaud thu Aib., rak oubily. and thai the Snyonainaud Mini' olauio better than thu Nautilus mid Jessica, shows that Duicsn was Mill nhcud 01 all bis compotituis nM-ept the Herrehhotls, and that tlie last named dcblcners owed tlin.r sticcosnto n rmlie.il chance from tho ordina lily accepted prliieiplen of deslcn. It tno Glnrlnna boats overnhlnc this yonr It w 11 prove thnt in her full wntoi lines nnd oasy dlacnnnls Herrcsholl bus criispbd a new prluclploof dolcn which his conn otitors must lodow. Their belief In thin principle dates from last full, as previous to that lime Hones boil's boats wore npproxlinntoly ol tho same ehapo ns anybody s. Volunteer lloat Club Itace, At Fag Harbor, Lone Island, on Saturday the first race of the Volunteer Boat Club for tht two champion ship cupt wai tailed. Six boats competed. A heavy southeast wind prevailed, and tha connthlans were dreucbed before toe start, but 10 prove ihat they were not lair weather sal era it w as decided to salt the race. The Oriole grounded un a Hal before the start nd was compelled to withdrtw lhe Ilogonork, a new and vsrr speely b ibl got In the mesiios et a I cavy 1 ,11.111 and loil bei pi ak vur-ta ho renltnueil 111 Ibe 1.1 e, however lhe ileit w o el I ill her liismsuy and did not liul'hlu loiistquence. ll.e summary follows 0I4 .Vfo. finll). tliue. l'jehlt Ou iter. ti xt s. n h. s. h at Winifred H. B. Palmar .. 2 4s 2i 4 02 30 1 14 lo laiulse J. B. labia 2 4110 4 l5 IU 1 Id 42 Btdwood II, Morton ,,,'2 4U 11 Hid not finish. Water Wltch..J. FggIeaton,.,2 47 31 4 (XI 41 1 If 15 Uogoao....W, A Latnonl,, 2 50 40 4 21 un I SO SO ArUdut. .. A. Mpler.....2 W 4U 4 16 12 I IM ii - n ATLANTIC YACHT CLUlt CltUISE. The Pollsshr-d Deck, or the I.nanmlo. Hervet uh a Church for the Yacht. men. tir.EPA'wtcit. Conn.. July 1". J he Hev. Vfll- Ham Lewis Monro Is a rctlroj Presbrterlan 1 inlnlsior who Is lui'kv onnuch topoasessa , cood bis sllco nf this woild's coojs In addition to the spiritual Inheritance he hns labored ! for. Anions his worldly beloncincs Is tho line stoniii yuclit Lnciii dn, known to mni-t New York yiii'htanion as an ablo and bnndRome yacht. Tho 1 ollsbod quarter dock of tho La. contl.i to-day sorted ns a church for lhe cruls- inc Atlnntla Yaoht Club moinbers, nnd tha llov. Mr. Mooro condtietol rollclotiBsetilces, Tho muliiFprltiB of tho sonlcn wns hidden In tho Inct that tbo Atlantic lncht Cluhls a llrooklyn orcanlzatlon, and cotiBeriuontlr, ovor sltico tho club I oenn to havecrulsof there has beon handod down the tradition ot kap. Inc up tho roputntlonot thnt city on the sea an well ns on dry lnnd. It wns a unlquo olWrvancs aboard ths Lacondt to-day. Tho yacht Is anchored just olT the lnrco Indian Harbor Hotel, nnd undar tho nwnfncon the quartor deck fjulto a number ot yachtsmen anil lndlos convened tollstonto a sormon. Nono of the concrecatlon toon the trouble to put on clothes ol a snmbro hue, tho result boinc a condom oration of colors which seemed In harmony with tho couoral scene. Flannels and blazers predominated, and the spirit shown wai worthy of tho Puritan forofatbers. Tbe yachtsmen did not take rifles with tbem to ward 01T Indians while thoy prayed, but they had boats vvuiiinc nloncsldo the Lacondaso they could make tholr escape at any moment, 'iho minister wns drossod in a lone frock cent, and stood alt near tbo i'nltod States cnbicn. which Mapped und wnved In n cool southwesterly breiv.o. Ho facod tho bow of the boat and used for a pulpit a little ham wood table. His lone Iron-crny beard felt the lorco ot iho ncreonblo zephyrs, uu.i his voice, loud and flour, was waited nslioro to the broad vti77.n of tho hotel, where sat the reeu liitlou summer hotol cuests dressod in com lortublo sonslile moraine clothes. At cloven o'clock theuiinistcropenedthoi.tr vice with u fervont pruyor. and when this wai ended tho old hymn " Noaror. My Qod.to Thee" floated out across the prottv harbor. Thero wns uo Instrument to pitch tho koy, but that was dono by 11 woman with nn uncommonly cood voice. Then 11 psnlm was road, and the hymn "My faith looks up to Thoe" was sunn. Alter this came tho sormonjasiincnboutfoity live minutes, 'iho tout was Hebiows, fourth fliopior, Inst verso. Tho sormon wns on tha whole 11 warninc to those who do not believe In Clitlstlnnity. tho nrcument boinc that in mutters portaininc to tbo soul, honesty Is the bo-t pulley as well as in othor things. The yaciitsmon listonod to tbo discourse with the croatost attention, nnd oven seemed to forcet tlio little cotboats and sloops whlcli Inrted iu and nut In such a wondenns way. The) did not look onco to windward until. In their smnll boats acain. they wero coluc back to their respective yachts. Then they beean talkinc about tho crulso In a most interested way. Commodore T.awton of the flagship Chlspa arrived hero just too lato for church. The Commodore could not join the fleet yesterday nt tlio rondo.vuua on account of a temporary illness, but camo on to-day, and will go on from here with tbe fleet. A telecram from It. W. Dninbridco. dated Port Chester, received here to-day. says tho sloop Mabclle. which was with tbe lleet at Whttestono yesterday, carried away her mast on tho run hero. Anchoted hoto to-day are the Pacshlp Cbli pn, sloops Ticrcss, Lfris, HmiiBclor. Saono, Jtlval, Polly, llydrind, Arab, schooner Wuter Wltrh, cutter Clara, cat boat Dot. steatnor l.a Bonda. scboonor Dontriio. sloops Concord. Alice. Voyncer. Furybla, cutter Marjoiie, and schooner Arnthusn. To-morrow tho Hoot will ro to Morris Cove. It looks ns thouch tbo yucntsmen would havi a cood run. for tho woathor hns cleared, the nnbty storm of yostcrdayhav inc elven way to a clear sky and stondy broo.-.e. To-day has been most onjoyablo. The Pnvoolua Mud a Rlclit Good Tlaie. The members of tho Pavonla Va-ht Club were quite active yesterday, nnd but few yachts ly at anchor off their pretty club house facing the statue of l.lbenr oa the upper bay. In addition to Hu orliuary attractioDS, the l'uvonta Flihlng Club which ii composed princl rally of members of the yacht club give an exciiruoQ to the i'lshlng Hanks 011 the steamboat l.inma K. Krss 'lhe entire parly ha I a right cool Hu e Another Isrit crowd, numbering nearly niiiet).s iled o I m a flotilla of live sluup-i lor 1 litlou, where u reyai (ean laltseu ( ro nted Iho remalndi r vlslii-1 ine.r sunitner horns at the Highlands, where quite .1 Ibe. had preceded tbem. Among them wero the f'ule. IVaier I dy llor ence. Christine, Mascotlo, Soulier Johnnie Mjuxre, and the Louie II. At the monthly meeting of the club tin prlss at tre lost rogatln lu tne dtllerent ctaises were rasenied 10 Die winn.ru. Notus owned by 1 onimeilure l.oae f Hie Columbia lacht Club, won a set ( I r.i-s sailing aol aiioher lluhla. Mascol'e. own. d b) 1 nib Dive Lnir, won a handsome cabin dgut. tors) the owned bv Cupt I. owe won a plane lamp Abm.1 ' apt i.eores James wo'i a bandaeme pair ef marine g aees l am. cren. owne t by J. Mi'i any won a silver pitcher. Leal er, 1 apt. otto Kau wona bow and niclierlUbL Sqi ara, Capt It I'rlngle. captured a fine puroi inirin. glasses Pauline li. of Hie SI112 sin.- Vai lit 1 Inh won an anerolt liaromeier Jes so. Caj t Ji e l.ll-worlli won a beautl ful tiliiliolaniii , . . lhe 1 nibnovv hnsn mi mbfrshipof 210 sndafleetof seventy three boat. Yurlillni: fSiii.lp. The Hon J. if. Arnollhaspiircliasolthavawl.rlgget s'oep I'mlopigoi. lie will siartm . i-ruiae to Uyaler Baydiinug thu urst "ck In August Cain. Wnliir Ilradv a slime W hit. Wings ios just bean nierliiiu'r-l. and a law 1 iblu I ut on her. bt a wl I leave 011 Aug 1 lor a trip to Chesapeake 1 a). I lire Cominndir.i (nonrifHo Harlem Weill riiibviiiltiiirion ainlse In In- fas. s oup Nerled 00 July a He exiecla telak" In Islnck Bock. New Lou don, and slicitor Isbiuueu tils lrp The rl .op Coquet o owns I ' y ommodore Jl. J. Charde of Ibo Harlem VichiC ub will pari c pile a tho cruise of tho New iork la. In Hub on tuj.au New port. Tho Jeisey City Vncht Club lever was in a more pro.pcloiisioiiilitlen tl mat irc.i-lt- Jlisre are now teieiiD-four yacnts atiai lie I in 11 club 1 1 e iisemMri 1 uro making big prep 'fallens for iho aimii.l ," which wt'l bo eiled on sturdi. stst '' starting s glial w,l I o null In.rl y al .r in " clock, uud th.- nirlns vvll sai down the ,oer bal 10 in" Huh. summer homo at lol invi Ie s I a diaiaie raot Abuut t'V.ht)..lx fill H. V l.!.ds.,ine nrlre .1, 1 1st presented to t e vvlnnn.g boat ineaih 1 1 . lei leNay most of He beats wered all at 1. tletl illle 'T - MI Hiek Among them wtr Hie sloop, .er iru ih cord Inns Wayoassj, Aiexauler loitjiu, ira atid Mmrod LofRrotiT. July lP.-"Tbe annual I'nltel I Ftatei 1 " abarpshootlng contests of tin .livlslons e'l ,,",V in.-ludiiu teams from all the posts '' '".,u'rL aippl Hirer will I a In Id at Il.'ralits at Jr ",' nt Hie moulliotihe siuara Itlv r roi nine! rin j: WaniroiiiiiinliiK for two weeks '!' 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