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i ;4 THE SEN, FRIDAY, SKPTEMBEKrell, 1891. '
. TRYING TO GET TOGETHER. fb rag i.eaqve is readt for business, m ' BUT THE ASSOCIATION XS COT. latereatta- Talk with Magnates Koblnso , Yon liar Uort-Nvr Tork Wine , ' Cles Gam froa Cleveland-Chicago. , BoMqt), and Braoklya tha Othar lasagne Vleter - Two Bnaii at tha Polo ! atreuad To.dy and Tcxaaorrnw. If tha Cbleagos and Bostons will ba kind , enough to pause momentarily and give New York balf a ohance. they will stand muoh high- j er In metropolitan esteem. The New Vorki t ( have arranged to dUt two games to-day and twoonSaturdty with ilia Cievelunds, and In , cess the local men win till tour and Chicago "" f and Hostnp drop a gams apiece on tboso days tha result will be extremely crutlfylng. Of course, It will ba a trifle Irksome to , Cleveland to Iota four gnmestn succession, but Ihtr nrobardonod to defeat aud ran bear tip under It better than New York. Brooklyn threatens to take (lfth place away from the Forest City, being only two points behind to day. Harry Wright's men appear to have cot atuok la the mud at tha most Interesting period I of their rush, and fourth place in where ther will end. Talking of young blood for next sea ,;' son baa spurred the Hrooklyns on, and thoy ara making It wurm for nil comers. The gaines t, yesterday resulted as fallows: i New York, 0 : Cleveland. 5. Brooklyn. 4: I'ltisbuigb. s. Boston. 18; Cincinnati, C. Chicago. G: Philadelphia. 1. T1IF IIECOnO. r mitt. Wen. fcit. Pit ct.ciun. iron, foil. Per Ct. s. OlcagOu 73 41 .62 ClfY.Unc!... rj u .4H Saltan 7 4M .6-3; Brooklyn. ...M 01 .44J 8 KewVork... 81 40 mm IMittt,urgh...49 no .434 rbllad.lphla.&s M AlHlciuclnuatl. 4a 70 .Ml f' NEW Yoni, G: CLEVELAND. 5. 7 It la ssldom that tha sharp practices or ball playsrs engaged In a close same are seen by , tha spectators. Attempts to block base run i nara ara usually mail at points on the dla f . Bond farthest from the stectators. and are so . daftly exeouteil that tha umpli a must be lynx- eyed to aoe them. In yesterday's come, bow ' aver, the trlok was attempted at the homo plate, and so openly that everybody I saw It. It was an effort to block tha r, man who acored the winning run, and had It aucceadod, there doubtless would have boen ; a treat howl. As It failed, the effort waa created only bydelrslve laughter. Strangost (' of all wns tha fact that unlet Charloy Zlminer, the able Ulei eland catcher, wns the offender. t. There was no effort to Injure a player, but ' almplr an attempt to prevent him teaching the ' eovetod rubber. Jolm Kwlng was the Intended Ylotlm, and tha ttma was tha first half ol tha ,; ninth Inning. h Tha score stood 5 to 5. aim as both teams were playing somawhKt rogeeilly iho winning ii run was apt to como In at any moment. Duck- i ley was first at bat for the New Yorks. and be I retired at first on a grounder to the sella Mo- Keau. John Ewlng was next, and lie reached first on oallod build. Uore smashed a single to ' left, and lone John ambled to i-econ.l. 11ns- , sett, who is bitting well, was the next bats- , man. He sent one whittling oast second base i and out Into centre Held Then It was that Kwlng began to "bump" himself , in bla efforts to beat the ball to tbe plate. lie hustled around third bae like m a man on stilts, and. turning the comer liken SL- yacht comlnif about in a heavy blow, ho lent gK bis head and Railed for the plnte. lals hud fti sent the ball flylnit tu the diamond, and 'Am- S, merrtood outHlilent the third-base line like $V tbe Colossus ol HhO'len and unllod foi Ewlni: Jf and the ball. Theie lsaueneral suspicion be was dolnsmnat of his waltlne for Kwlnc. & John heat the ball to the plate, and tried to slide, but Zlmmer was In the war. John sat V down and poked his leet toward tbe 1 plate, and Zlmnier. who failed to clutch V . the ball as It oama on tha bound, H! promptly sat down on Kwlne. John wrlseled if, ' and tried to sat his laet up to the plate. Am- ' ruer I eld him two fiet from tbe rubber and fr looked around for the ball. 'I he latter bad S rolled four feet away and dimmer couldn't fe, reach It. Wl b a ilc-palrlni; loik at the Pall ?J Zlmmer relaaHnd Kwini:. who touched lbs S plate and scored what t roved to bo the wln- SfV nine ruu. u As the tall pitcher sot up ho grinned broadly :i at tmmer, but the latter was downhearted. ,V3 and didn't smile No more runs were soored. ;H' With men on second mid third, aid but one .4- out.Tiernan and Connor hit flies and went out. ' Tbei'levelands did noma rtched wirk In (. tha field. MeKean nnilTobeau lielnevery badly lltf. 'offedBe. McAleer matn tho stur catch or the Vf tame, capturlnc. after a bard run. an aiipar- St- ently safe hit by Connor, tome of tba work by Gla-scock and ltlcbardson was ilk- brilliant O'ISourke made tbe most expensive M' muff seon for fome time. The sun bothered ;S, New York's left fielder to a certain extent, hut the error was Inexcusable It helped the 'Clavelands to two of their four runs in the n -thtid. Burkatt, vtho muds tour IiIIh in five t". times at bat. had onenoil the third lnnlne with a two-baser. Chllds rolled to flr-t tissa on .''-' called balls, and MoKoun's sacrifice ad- i,. Tanced tha runners a base each. Davis J- hit a high fly to loft that O'llourke ran p. under and mnfled with a slekenlne thud. K, Durkett ran home on the muff. Teheuu hit for t . a base and Cbihls M'orod. UnviH Roiue to third. K O'llourke let t' e ball roll past bun, and Davis I,;' .came home. Tebeau runnlni; to third, from fc whenee he scored no virtue's elnele. But for m tbeetwo errors the Cleveland's would have $:' ' bsen at a dlsadvnntase from the start, as Jotrn ii UwIeb was keeplna the hits wll scattered. J- The atteudanoe was 1,200. The score: ?., w ioui. I cticriaiiin. fb lui n.lir.ai.1 V- Oorfccf I 110 n BnrkHt. r. t...a 4 o o u ') Bmiii, Sdb.,,1 3 a 1 li i audi. Mb....! 0 1 5 I ',: TUrnan. r. f...o I I o uiMcKt.n i...o 2 4 3 'J Ii" .Connor. 1Kb. .3 1 )'i ii ti JJaum ,. r. ....I o 2 0 1 R O'Kourko. I. t..o o 8 o a Tt,eu, aab ..i -i 2 0 a ft, IUchri'a.ai.l s s e oitinu. t b...o a la 2 o 2?- tllaMCuck. . . 1 1 a o'VfAI.-r, I r,,.o o 1 1 n itr Mucklir. 0 0 0 4 0 o'Ziirmtr. c o 0420 &y 1. Bwloif. P....1 0 o a 0 iiruber. p 0 0 14 0 K ' ' Totals 75 10 27 11 T Toiala,,... .7 10 27 17 "a M Hew York...., o I 11 3 a 0 0 0 1-fl - Clavtiamt 1 11 4 0 u 0 u u fi-3 S" Farncd rwa-Neir Yark, S: ciev1and. 2. Flnt baia M -bvarror w York. 2. Left 011 bes-Kw York, S; K, Claveund, k. ririt bae ou lalu- Uj Ewiiik, S; br Ki uriibtr. 2. struck out By t winf, .: br (Jrulxr. ,t iL Two tiA blu tounor, lUi'tinrOion. UurLitt ui. irtiiaw T fcrlllc bill llcrnn. O'Rollrko GlAimock ui, I hllils, 1 MeKu (i) Davit Molau buei-llora, Illclnrilion. . Hiisula playi Uluiicotk. KlclnrJioii. uml 1 uuiior: Rlebardion Dd Connor Uiujilre Kimlla. Time J S3. t pnuOULYN, 4; PUTbBUUUlf, 3. If them Ib any such thine as "old-llma" form, Hobby Cartithvrs bad a touch of It yes f tarduy. He piloted an admlroble cumo airatnst I the 1'lttt-tiurKhs. and It U to hln struteulo work that the Brooklyn owe their victory. Up to theelahth Innius but two f-afo hits had beea 1 made off hlin. but in the aichth and ninth In ' plnss they rather it'it the hnuc or his curves a f little, and it looked as II they mictht pull nut a Yletory. r-' Manaeer MoOunnlula was prol al'ly the most C' nervouiiiuau on the uiounu. lie had moved ,; tbe playars, benches out further so that 4 i)0 could do a little roachlmr. lie sot St red in the face In thiiejhth Innlnu. jm but retained bis equilibrium, never- s, theless. ulihouth Mni: did not carry out Bg,- Ills orders. He bemr.ied and hawed aud a& Mnapped his flunor- when a mun eot on a liaao. ffl, , He yelled directions from tbe bench, and be- St fore each player ent to the hat be hud a prl- m vatecbat with him, talllni! him just what to hL 1I0. IJe stood up and walked about, picked up S3 -fclades of ursss and threw tbetu 10 the fojr B-, , winds, looked at his Imiraeulate white vest, fr', , but tor all hecould do tli ilrooklyuss.iuse.ea H? out ono run ahead. m Bhuunrt Played a innrvellnus same at short. fife- whllo his side partner. Illerbauer. would have brousbtteur-. to an alligator's oyes. He mulled Mi two dually thrown balls ami each muff vas W' jesponblljle for a rup. Cnllln m;maKed to do fj.' aomethln; aft'.T all. He cnuaht t'nrkhlll's lonit Si. . Ilyii the IttHt Inning; and It saved the Kama, ft. tiilvery-hulreil hint: pluhed au unusuully ft atronK trunie, but be could not do well enouiih K tooyercome lilorhauer'H e rors. Sf" The plavInK was vei y sharii, and neither side 8. scored a ruu until the II tn lunioir tirluln a then hit to left for twoba'es. aud scuiedou I Q'Urlen's slnL-lo. 0 lirlon tried to score on E Csruthars'ii sliiKle. but Hani n made a line & , throw to Millar, and be was nut out. In tba w seventh limine Uorkhlll tun (fed llurns's Hy, ,f and ba KOttwo hases, l'lnkney hunted, and 'k i sufe. drinin slnsled an! JJurns corsd. f illller threw to llieibauer to ioa I'msuey i, some, iiDd.be bit at the lalt, Lut Dloibauvr T - luulled, and the run, came In. ;; In the ejishth Innini.' I.ally hit safelv. but , wus lon'adat sscoud by li, lljv. Tha latter .1 atolo ssooiid and scored 011 Corkhlll's slnule, , , Klnirstrtiokoiitand llleihauer Pled to Collins, i(i la the ninth Hliugnrt uot Ids Pass on halls. V titan Miller and lisikjey hltsaMi, This filled tho ha-as. imnloii rtied out to Giiuin and K Hhuvart scoreil. I.nlly Hied to isurns. h'ellly ff bit to O'llrlen who let, tho hall co throuch hid Joks, and Mlllor scored, Corkhill Clod to col- V llns. The score: i- HtvuutK. ntnicnu, h1, k.h. r.o.i.i. . l r.o.i.t Mr Colllni,Lt....o 11 a 0 o Ulerbau'r.Jdbu o s 3 j f'. Ward. ...... .0 0 4 kliiiKirt, . ,,1 1610 W, UalrTlMb 0 u 7 3 UlUr.o ...."1 1 4 1 u & iiuraar.r.-,.! 2 ! V J f,ck''. Jt - I 7 I 0 W riukntr, !db-.a 3 11 l' Union 1 r 0 1 a 1 o ' tlriilin e I ....1 1400 tail), r. f 0 1 n 0 o X O'Brl0.2db. .0 1 1 I 1 Hl 1 'idli... 0 3 3 0 M Dall.i 0 , ..11 0 S a " Ci.ikhlll. c. r 1 1 1 Br CrutUeri. p..o 2 4 2 Olivine, p .,.,..0 0 1 a u f Tottt- - b7 IS J totili I5"o27i"s Broolljrn , n n o n 1 u 2 u 14 flttiuurkh.., ...u onooooi v3 i lamed rant Hronklru. I l'IIUburli. a. loll aa I. bie-Brooklyn li fitubureli ft Unl trnio on rror if -jlresliijru, I; l-ltittiurKb, 1. btrutk oct-uy Curuih-, IX ra, 2i by Kins. I. Bas oa balli-Olt Canitharm. ll eft KlDf, a Two bus hiu OriiUn. Ilanlon Tbraabsaa lilt-t'aratbfr Donbla puys Daly and Caraibtra, Blcnautr sad khnrsrl nil raarlflea klu-urtnia, 0 Bntn. shnaart, ilanTotu Lallr. Stolen baHS-tlrRIn, n Hrlrn, Knur, wild Mtfbu-t roibtrt Kins ti). ranal ball Millar. Umplta-UcyuilO. TtB-l:43, atteailanc-l,a.iu. oiro", IS cmciisin, . Roitnn, fitpt tu. Soiian took iit revinysfrom ClnclDbatl, aad atptclally from Crape ar tha latter town, tor that wbliawub luitalnid ivuk aia The corat MI0. I CIKCiaHlTI. a. I ire. i.x alar.e.i.s. ixinr . a i a 2 I'Uorbte. sb..s a a 1 etovay. 1. f.....4 1 ) u o l,aihm. adb.,3 1 a s a l.ow, .(,.., ..a toil iil,in, r.f...n a u 1 11 itro.Ha i.t 8 3 0 0 1 lloiliilay. 0. 1..0 a a t 0 Nmii sib a 4 a 1 Rainy 1 t.. 11 u a 11 n . Tuciar. Iitb...l 401 0 Knnn, ntb,.l 111 0 11 8inn,ad b....a a 0 4 0 smith, a a ...0 0 :i a 0 nl.e 1 3 4 0 1 Harrington, a. 0 2 :t 2 4 Mcho'i p I u I 0 ii Irani, p. 0 n 0 2 u tuity, p 0 alio Total 11 27 17 7 Totali 182027 11 4 Simon a 18 0 0 0 4 1 ft is Cincinnati 2 0 2 0 10 0 106 Parned rnni-Botton. . Cincinnati. 4. ttoma ran Hainan. lwobi- hlla-Drodia. Tuokr, Kel'bea. Hal Uran Thrfa b.e lilu-fit.xev, Hrmln hacrinca lilla -inwr. ,Noh Latham 111 llalllian. Ilolllday. Moiaa bn-tonir. Mov.r. Low. Molbit, llalliy. flnlb.ia on iilli-iy Huley. 1 by Crn 7 llrn b ou arrort Honon, VI Cincinnati 1 Wild pit h-Crana. xirurk. ont Hy Malar. 3i hy t rana I. IionMa play Lalbam. Mcl'hra. and llarrlucton t'niplra-tlnrai. Tlma-Twa boori aad t mlnuta. AtwaJanca-l.wvi. t'nicioo, tl ruiUuairHU, I. Pun irFiriiu, hent ID fhlrano aullr deftatad rhlladalnbla to day V.t better play la every department. Attendance. a,j8 TUeicorei i-uiLiOiLrniA. raicica. a la r.o. .r. a. larn, a.a. Harar. L ( u olio rtyan.c.f. 1' uioi hint v 0 1 o 11 0 I allien, a, a... I 1 2 n 1 nnmpmn. r. to n I 0 0 VtiunoL l.f ..a a a 0 0 Clemcnle c. 0 14 1 llAnaon, let b..,s a a I 11 Peiehuntr, ctD i 2 I o Carroll, rf.... I 1 s O 11 Mtete vd ti ....0 I 4 a 1 lltirne HO D....U 11 4 1 n Uriiwit. lei b... 11 0 M 0 I ffefter. 14 b...o 1 8 I n alien, a a ..1) 1 t a 11 Ouuibert. p...." a o 0 0 Kiiind.e. sdb. loin 11 Kltiridra, C....0 1400 tl.eaoap..l.f.o a u 1 1 ITi'ST. Tetale s 10 a7 9 a Tolala 1 iJ(lin 4 Pablen oat tor batting out ot lam. Philadelphia 0 oonooloo-l chicai-o o oolosao o-s farnad rone-Cblaato, a. Two-baea MU-Olsaion, Wlimoi. Carroll. 1'ledar. Tbrabaea alt Anton. Stolen ba W limot. 1 arroll. lire! baea on bal.i 1 leM'enta viyera Allen, Sblnd a. Palilen "llinnt, Pfeffer, KltlrliUta. Mruck out Mayor. Thomjaon. Blown. Alien Ran I'ahlen, Wllmot, Uumbert. Tuna Ii4u. Lmplte- Lynoh. The American Association. Tba Eastern olubs began their final series ot fames tn tba Western cities yesterday. Tha scores were: Balttmoie. 3; Louisville, 1. Boston, 11 ; St. Louis, 3, Milwaukee. 80 ; Washington, 3. THE BELOBD. rm. Won. int. Itr iy. riuDt. iron. ton. Fir CL Helton HI S3 .710 Columbna ...5fl ne .4N9 M Ixiuia ,...7J 45 .en Mllwauka..l a? All Hall!mure...ua as A7o Waehlnman S 73 .nib Atbleltc....,e3 b4 ,&34 LouUvUla....3 77 .Sail ailTinoitSi loniTuta. I. LorinTitii, Papt Hi Tft'daj'a onntett waa a nretty ona and waa won br tha vieltoraby opportuua blltiBg Aileudauta 1,o2i. Tbeaeurai kALTlMOKF. t LODIItlLLK. a. Iar.a.i. a. a. la. r.o. i. a. Welch, r. f 1 n 3 a o Tavlor, litn.. 0 17 3 0 Jolinion. r. r.o 1 a o 1 Weavar. c.f...o a a 0 o Warden, let b. I I 8 0, oJennlnaa. a a.,0 0 5 a Vnllaliren l.M a I o oKuehna. 3d 6..0 I a a 0 Gilbert. 3d b...0 I 1 1 u Woir r t 0 1 o o 0 Waleh. 2d D....0 0 2 3 o'Cabllll.t 0 0 1 o o llrllraw, a. e.,.0 n 0 I 0 bblnnlok. 2d b 113 0 Bobliiaon. e.,,,0 10 I 0 echeiihoasa, o.O 0 5 3 2 Tonpend,o...o o 1 .0 OMeekln.li I 1 0 a 0 UcMalion. p...o 0101 Totals....... 1 7 24 14 4 Total! a 24 S 2 Lonlevllle 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 01 Baltimore a o 0 o 0 I u 0-3 Farned run Baltlmora Stolen buee Warden. (Ill beri, vvelch. Van llaitren. Haae on balla viaekln. Knehae Koblneon, Warden. Welch. Waiah. Baea on error Kaltlmore 1'aeaed batle Koblneon a struck out Warden McGraw Jobnaoo (2). Taylor, aioekin. hhlnnlck, hnehne (2). Cahlli U). tioubla piaya-Meeklu, Taylor, and Kuabna: Kuenna. Jenalnga, and Taylor. ITnnl klBhnnv. flm,l..W BUITOK, 111 at. L0DI S St. Look. Sept. in, Tha homo team wai limply "not In If In tbe came this afternoon with tba Boatoaa. At tendance a. loo. The ecorel IT. LOCIR. aOITOK. aUr.o.i.1. L.tivra . a. Hoy, e. f o u l o o Brown, e. f..,.. 3 4 3 0 u Inner. 2d b. .() 3 I S n Duirv r. f....l o l o o Mel arthy. rt.U u 1 1 n Farrall. !ld b.,,3 2 0 10 ei'.NaiiL I. f 1 1 o n 0 Brouthert, Ib-.l o 14 o o Lyona :db....l 1 o S 0 Murphv. c o 0 0 10 tomiakey, lb.1 2 ID 0 I Rlch'rd'n, U (.1 3 2 0 0 Koylea. 0 o I 3 0 Haddock, p.. ..1 0 o 1 o 1'arllna. n u 0 4 0 o, Strieker, aa b..o o 1 s 1 Keltger, P 0 0 0 1 0 Badtord, a.e.,.3 10 6 0 Tetale 3 8 34 13 l Total 111U27U7 Et LnolS o ooaooooo 3 Button 3 0 0 0 3 0 3 3 . 11 Earned rune St, Loula 3; Rovtoa. ft Two-haee Mti Brown (3V. Threa baea bit Kiohardeoa Homo rua larrail. htolen baaee romlika) (A Brown (j). Dully, t rat baee on balla 09 Paildock, 3: ofl lluttaer, S. lilt by illcued ball Lyona Kuttiiar. Mruck out By Butt- Ber, 4. Paaeed bail-Darling- Wild piteb-Rutigar. ouble playa McCarthy and Comlekay; Uadford and Vroutbera. Urapira-Davla. Time 1:60. MILaAUakK, 30; WaaUtSQTOK. 3. Mit-wauaai. Heat 10. Tha drat American Auoelatlon Sama aver area In Ihla city waa ptared here to-day, and llwaukee broke tbe yrar'a record on vaetneee or acor lug. maklnz thirty talhee at fie axpanaa ot tba Sena tora t-oretnan. their crack pitcher, waa very wild, and every time ha put tbe ba 1 o ar tha Plata 11 waa bit. In tha aixih Inning he gave way to llattlald whoTar-dno bettor, in tba Held ma Ttiitort playel like amateura. Tbeicora: MlLWaCKea. I WilBIMGTOg alaro..l a.la.r.ai. a. Rnrka, e f ft 3 1 o o Murphy. Lf....0 u 4 o a Enoch, a 3 3 1 I 0 Shannon, a. i..o 0 2 4 1 Canavaa 2dtu4 3 4 3 o UcUuira. o ..01620 Dairrtnpla I tA 3 3 0 o hntciiaa.r (aSbo i o t o Carney. lit b. 4 3 8 1 o Curila e. t a I 3 o a farle, r. t 1 3 l o oMcl'auley. 1 h.l 3 o o u Urllil. c 3 3 7 3 1 Dowd '.'dh,..,.o 0 S 3 a Alberta.db...l 113 0 Ifatneld. 3d b..o I a 0 o Killer, p 4 3 n 2 o roreoiaa.pdr.W 0 o 3 o Total 30242717 1 Totals .i"7 37 13 "3 Milwaukee 4 10 4 7 9 3 1 O-30 Waahlniiion. 0 o o I 0 u 3 0 0 3 Earned runa Mllwaabae, 10; WaahtngtoOj 1. Twev baea hln-Burka ShochOi. Urltn. Klllen. Three baaa lilt 1-arle. Baaaaaiolen Burka "anavan. Dairymp a. Alberta. Curtis. NoCauley. Iiatilald. Baeea on bane tm torenian.u. on llattlald I: on Ktiien, 4. Ilu by pitched ban By Foreman. 3 Doubt play Shannon, i osd, aad HeCauley. struck nut By Klllen, a; by 1-uraman. s. Peued ba1! nrtm. Wild pitch toremau. Time 2-. Umpire Kerlna. Eaatern Aaaoelutloa. at aorriLo. Buffalo o o l n o a o o o 7 Albany o u o o o a o a 0-3 flaeo bite Buffalo. 12; Albany. 0 Frrors Buffalo. I ; Albany, X ritonen-Callhau and Frlcken. T LLnikOI. Lebason. o 0 0 1 0 o 0 0 01 Troy 0 0101002 04 Baaa bits Lebanon. 8; Troy, a. Krrorp Lebanon. 4; Try, a. ritcben-rituorald aad Brabaai. Baarball Oaiata To-day. ginoxai Lticvp. Mew Tork va Cleveland, at the Polo ground, Brooklyn n. PltitLurgb. at taitern Park. Boatan va Clncinuatl at llnelnn riilladelphlava Chicago, at Philadelphia, Annum. Aai'-C'anov Colnmbne vf. Athletfca. at Columbua luUietlla va Bal liuore, at Loulevllla. fct Loula va Boatoll al .-. L011U. Milwaukee va WaehUigion. t milwautaa. Laiiaa! aaaociirioib Lebanon va Troy, at Lebanon. Vudalo va. Alliauy, at Buffalo. oruaa Gaaee. colamkla A. c. vs. New Jereey A. C, at Waehlngton. Baaabnll Notts. Tba fli-it game thla afternoon at the Folorrooadt will be-ita at a u clock and tho lecond Immediately upon tba concluelon or tba flnt. It li announced that Mike Kelly will Join one of Iloitecumpaiileit.be coming iiwin Unvt conmdera that Kelly made a bit aa Hunj nm, in " A Rag Kaby Y.jikim, MepL la A lerlee of nve baiebtll garnet wailitguu at Oukhtll I'ark thle afternoon between il.a nakhllfeand the oii.iti a 1'. fortl e ihamplonehipot Vuiiker Ibeari-t vauewaa a pitched cuntett. Tb tcvrei Yonkera, C; oah lla J. Vearly Knnirrllier In the N'ai-k.Tarrrlown game rtayeh-iuld have pruceeded until tha Tanytownt bud hrlr bait of the twe fth. or elaa iit name. If tailed for proper rea.ou thou:,! hav gone back to even lunlnga. Aru.e -acb a vou luantlou waa never primed In Tut Be. " ' l aldiuga t liuMe," rule 21 ami 2 . Iiitlug to aileuaiva aneratloai aid in PMvtment now under W4V at tha Jit teruoo A A urnunUa me a'xive atinclatl ,u a hatetiall touiu would be pieutad to arrange game for b'ep ember and tar!) October with out-oftowu athletic elube giving gou-l guaranteae Tnay would like to hear from the A' J, A O, State lalaod Ail . Corinthian, Craictnl A. 1'.. and Mtutolalr A. 0. Addreat J, V JarvlaJr, maaagar, UiiLvati". "apt 10 -The dlrectori of llTe Colorabut Baatball Cluh are ou tna warpath, and tbe Ateooutad Pra.a deapaii-h from Baltimore to tba effect that Cniniiibite aud Loulevllla are 1,1 be Urnpped by tha Ainerx-an Aienclatlon next year to make room for (-In. cinnatl and Chp-agn la ihaaxvltioir i-aua, IbeybeM a meeiliijfiiwilgiit and dli.-u.iel Hie iittiatlon. the out. r-Mu ar il-e iirt'icedinge baing the unanlaioue iiataaga rt a rnolunon an ounrtiig Hi- ttockhuldf ra of tho club aa unalterable uppoird to leaving the Aieoclallnn and tendering Unsocial uld in malutalulug their legal rUhta irnecaary. TUa tJnbiiown Gun Clnb rthoet. T)it ataendanrt at tha shoot or tba Unknown Ona Club at Dexter Park, Long Itland, yetlerday waa not up to the average !-!evenlten nietuberi wont to the (.ore, aud (Hot under uioiininl Long liliud rules al liven birde tacb, 1110 of both barreli A good race u madaby 1'fnhlinAn. Vrnoma vionaeea. llouteman and n-iiumacharfor tna i.r-1 prlzt 1 hey each villa,! soven llrainlil. and in Ihe about oil Vrogme killed nine aad wi'D MX tleU for IlieaecobdnrUe al.Jlrown woult with faurairalghiln tha ihool 01! The third prize wa dl vnud by A. lianklu, Van eiadeu, J. hampsun. and W. i-kldmnre The fourth prUe wai taken by J, Boininir. Tbeai-orrti II Knebel Sr.. 2tyrdi 61 A, Tallkln. 22 yardi. "t J. Flynn. va yarJt. H- J ,iohl!ng .r larda, 4; i, Ffolil. ra-n.'.'7)ardi 14, I", Vreoine ;7rardt. Hi; V'tneiaden. 21 yarda. 61 M. Brown it jarJi.pi; H. Monteis 27 yarila, U, U. llouaaiuaii. 25 vat-ile, lti J. bampeon. 23 rarili, .-i p. halne. .yardi. t'. W tkltlmore. .4 jatda. ft. W II. Hbumaoher. . yarda. lai J tlarkloff, vi yarda 2; II, hsibcL Jr., 3K yarda B; U. Botiutrnau. 21 yard. U. llaseliall. Polo Gronnili, To-day, Two grand League champloathlp gamea. Clevetaad va. New York, lint gnme J l". 11 Seiond ImiuedUte- lyalier Aitiultvlmi ini'lu ling both garnet), a-c. Ticktu audreicrved ttaiiat Spaldlug't, all Broadway, Ade. Iluartiiill, i:-,trm l',.i-U,4 I'. .11. To. day. Brooklyn v, ritttbuigli. Adutttton t-Cc, tlogt count)- aad Brooklyn h rcall duet -iita. , rxAcs mat anorr ovt of this. Z4AK ntHtl AatioelatloB Ofltelnls toUmrm Fonnow In This Cllr. Thr wAt an Inflax of bu.hft.1 mBDfttsi t tb tnttroiiolti f ii-trJtir K.orloi of confrncei and !! Hetv aroand tike but tilt oS ft tlead arm pitcher, aad tba Tliltlnr onictala wara tba centra of attraction. The? wtra V. 4a II. Hobiion .'reaUent ef tha CItrl-nl hatloBAi aUatua vu and 11 lu Von ir Uorit, l'real daotof the Baltimore ADitricanAianclatloD club. Ihty attended tha i auia at tho rolo rrounda, and vhlla thar ettmed to do little aha but poka f on at each other, al the tame time they orenlotiallr converaed In a .erloot vein. anl ware tnlntr to eonlnra each other that a cartatn -tut of aimtra wh inuoh li te deaired Ifnoi aon and on d-r Hurst are Ixre 10 mlk over mft'l-r. with i , , hyrne In t. iiilormi.l hj, aud while 'f , anion wit not be uiUclat, It m.v tmve an ImroriantH ItiilueiKa upon the luture conference. TouiSmre porttr Ili i leviUud majfUAta lammed up the eltuatlon Al folio! . . "Alter the fiaei-o at Waehinjrton I met Conner Ana In CtitcatroatKl aakedhlm If he had any Intention ot me Hin? IN I ra nue ami cumins to a aett ameni In a ln.liieivtlkB waj, lie nald UiAt ai fiactiy what ne wari.ts.1 l then Aiked tilni It lie tbouphl inara nm any podil reaeon wliy a conference nf but' net, men who have larri inieresta n euke mould be )rrnen no b th aeiloiiof un httil plujer no inuiiei who he inlalit ,te lie Paid he could not aee wiijr. ami I then toll htm that ( lie and the oilier bua.naea men ol tho Aaaocla tlnii irra wliltiisT to meet the inilnea. men fci th Na tional l.t ague there wnubi be no dittlouity In reachtnf aeeuleinent, but If ther IneiateJ on nftiiilnft a cmitila oflatijrera w,,o wereendearoriiu to n.aVe renin lion at tbeeRienaeof the beet intcretta of batelAl , U onld a u-elesflipeiidlture or nine and t-t.rr.tv. There; afiar the aii.h.t waa plain A few dare arterward Metrf frluc. tundfr Ahe Ityrnn. and injeelf uietln lloeton ah'l talked ibe inatur bver vry 1'ioronihly. Ue now know exactly the itlllm, of tb Aiaoclallon. ami bai e dfctito i to boll u meettuK ot the 1. en it tie In thliclty next waete to diacuei the aaine vble i know what tbe aoc.aUou uWa. atiU I am not at liberty to dlTii'fe." lo on think the two hodlea will arrive at an agreement V Mr Rohlaon waa naked, "I nee no reaeon wliy they elionld not. We are will Infftn tgttf m nttytliinir reaeniiabe o dnnttt they hMe prnreaded nn the theory of aiklnv for conaldera biy more than they fxpecttu f et, and I am aure their ileruanda would liave to be module 1. The craateit danger to bn fea td ae the rretilt or tbe pre, ant at nte ot a 0 aire la tba luiiucnre on tha ball pla) era It aliowa them a latitude lbt many are not mw tn take altantane of. I.Tentuailr the claaeof man who fr tuurteen ye ara hae been hnliv en.tA.Tfdm building up the ureal gam wiildtopiMit and prnnabiy beearce-ded by thoat who care lei for the pnrity of the ifm than for the money tbey ran makr outof It. IT au h atnlnir com- to ae, tha death or the tfr.videt ep irt arrr kn wn will not ba far on That l tbe rrason I ami auxloiia to t-ee thl eama once awraln n a bnnneabal Ihreia au?h a thint aa hblliniT off too bmiT. and IT thf AeeeiAtlari men think e wll wait all the autumn rnr then, to nuke up their inJntla the. are Badly mteiakan." Mr. onder lloret aatd ha not parttrolarly anx Joue for an agreement He rlMmrd that Ihe league teemed te ba trying to vat ever) thing It could, and tha Aeeociatbiu would cloilkawlae X Vonder llorethad no dr tin tie etateraent to make Xltreoior Tatcott of the New York Clnb aale. It looked to him at thoutrh the Aaanclailun was enrared In a eirong ?ame of bluff but it would h nnwlaa tor them to continue It any if re at length of tlm Thy mnal coma out irankly and eay what they Intend to do. ciiAxrios nomcuTs is Australia Iaterrat In Melbourne Over Ilia Exhibition. John Roberta. Jr., the Rngllib billiard champion, baa beeu pla) Ing tome fine exhibition bilnarda tn Australia recent.y He started ror Atatralta Juat after Paalt de feated him lu a match In which tha champion unauo cetafuly endeavored to concede htm pretty taUodda. la Melbourne he creased ouee with the beat four ptartri In Australia. Tttey were II Evaua, tha champion; 0. Ileromott, Walsa and K. Had rum The gamea ware all S,.iu) points up. andRabaru conceded to eaon expert a lead of I. wai, aiulvalenl to a discount He defeated I Champion hvatie bv m score of 3 ) tu 3,417, ltmmoti daieatetl him I'.iw) to SIM Ihla waa tha opening game of the exhibition and there was a great crowd to aeelt, tha (oaernor. Lady Hopetnun. aid Oovernuient House oftltlaa tela amono1 the epectatora Weiss, ' who p'ayed brilliantly, alio dafeatvd HobarU- lie acore wu 3.W to J,JCa Unterte eaal y defeated lAtndrnm a.iJ-i to:i,l. Mavlngaon two and lost two gamea Roberta pa)cd another game with hvana,to whom he conceded MUX) In -. Tha champion of the world won somewhat easily winning br Hu points. He waaln marnlflcent form, and made breaka of 41A UtcJL U4 and U Aa an lusiance of the tramendoua popular Intarrit In Austra la In blillarde. 1-ngitRh newepaper cor respond ents ctte the fact that tha racetpta of these exl.l bltlnni were nearly i0 l!o:erts reached Mel bourne at what waanot an altogether auspicious time, fheiicmenal Mood had wreaked tbousande upon thonaau la of pounds' worth of damage, and had cauaad to be postponed the winter meeting nf the raclmr asso ciation and tinted tho course. Flo. da had coma down the rlrer nntlt the water covers 1 the course and reached the tops of the steeplechase fence. Myriads of sea birds tiew over tha course which had the ep. pearai.ee or an inlaud lake. Iiae-s were-itlajed for a fortnight; Hoberta made his exhibitions increasingly popular y promising tu give one rounli of hia groaa rv celpta to tne Hoot Kellef lund. He kept thla promise and donate I over $1.0 -Oto (be relief fund. Champion Kohertsexpreued mirprUe that there were no ( hamplonohlp contesta at blillarde In Australia and otlrred to put up a prize of lujgulooaj for the Austral ian! to battle for. I Tea and Carter Matched Asa In, Frank Ivea and Fugene Carter continue their merry war of thu cues In the West. Tbey have made another mate a ac balk line billiards to be played In Milwaukee in a tew weeks. Handball Men Fall of Play. For the next three weeks handball will be of a partic ularly lnvitlnc character In Brooklyn. The fun will be started on ept. i:i. 1'bt'Adelphia and Brooklyn will than wind up thai? home-and-home match commenced In I'bl'ade.pb.a turn three weeks aa-o Jamee Dunne, Jr.. and frof. John Coggtns are Crooklyn'a ropresanta tlvea while Ihlladelphla will present Charles Boyle, a deacendant of good old handball stock, and John Mc Ardle. Tbe acore now stands four gamea for Brooklyn to one for Philadelphia, Ihe Quaker e elm tbai they underrated their opponents, and will render a batter account in the next serfea. The playing will be done In the Brooklyn Uandha.1 Hub's court. and the winners will be presented with a handsome trophy In commemora tion of the eTent, On the name day George Washing ton tt nley and Prof. John itupert Carmody will face their old opponents. John Connor aad liennla H ask a ban Shea tor a t.o itake. Thf latter won tbe flrft match nretty handily, but t.eorge Washington and his partner hare aharreued up their Utile batcheuaad promise faltiiluily to revrae ihe previous result. In answer to radii) Lanlor'a challenge to play a double banded game with M. T. f.onergan as a part ner. Major farmoiy told a rtrj reporter yeste da that he would accept the defl upon the part of himself Mud George Manlt-y, the match to be played In the Brooklyn Handball tuia court n sept '.ii, and It la expected that Laalur anl Lonergan will show up at the time named Mill another mutch baa been ai ranged for the week following, ipt. i. Tom To basso Lynam atrreea to allow iteorue Washlngfn Hanley ten aeea a game in tha be-t of rive games and through Major Carmody Unoie '.eorge accepts At tha Irooklyn Handball Club yesterday Tfmotbr Kvan. upelntendent of the Young Men a Catholic in stitute Id Newark, and one of the teat handball ptaj era ot America In bis dar. had Tom i ynam aa a partner, and the two ptaved I'rof L'oglna and Major i rrmody Tbe latter were ralDcr too strong for the veteran and his active partner. The acore was: Carmody and Gout-ins 21 IB at sr Ban andLynatn .... 21 17 4 u Capt- BUIr Itose and Major Carmody had another till jeiterday. the result being a draw. In tbe first matoU. plaied Tuesday. Majur Carmody wen tbe beat of three gamea by the loUowlur score i Major Carmody 30 '21 2I-02 Capi. Kosa 21 IS 17 ij In yesterday! match the soore was: rapt. Rose , 9 3129 Major 1 armody 31 i&u On Tt uri'Uvuat the patrons of the Brooklyn Hand ballClub'a court wilt be treated to an uuuauallv lnier eating diaplav. Major Carmody And I'rof ('ox-iriiie hare agreed to defeat Hamer McQuade and t'apt Ituse, and Cnpt Roue I'u offered to uger a piece of silver that It canuot be done. The match has been made, and now you can tax your choice. JPr the CrleketCbamloaNasorNew Tork. The Staten Island Cricket Club h makfna; rreat prep arations for the fame on Saturday to decide the cham pionship of isew otk. On that day, at Urlngston, the Manhattan Club of Brooklyn will meat the IaUndera to decide the interesting question, and 10 great U the Interest In the contes that mauy of the principal clube ' In the vlcloity have cancelled their vameii for that day ae that their inembera may see the match. Both sides v. Ill place their best icama In (lie Ue'd. and they annear tobe very e.-nly mulched. ll. Maien .,!, it ,,0r. ablv have the a ivan tags In Irowlera Mbile the Mniihat tana should ptove siomewtiat stronger at ih irnt, wliioh abouM balance their chances. I'luy wjil Mtart mi the arrival of ibe 1ft o clock boat from .New York. ai.d the following nre the team Maten !alan.-N li I'arinn, (. B. Mftralfe, C. J. An nand. U. u Thayrr. h WniLer. Jr. It. Maetrrrgdr J U lonl.. 0lb, t-comsieour, V. 1. Monit'omerr.' and II. S 'iowtiaend " Manbattuii 1 1 JM"xom. P. J, I'rrn ergaL II B. r.iyne. it O l.avles M It Cohb 0. W. I.o"e. AThnnd ley tu 1. 1'atwrtoa, a. Wall.a, W. r, Lewis, aua J trry. Flylnc Tonntr Plsecm. Tha rmrlra Olir llTlng Hub "ear in third young bird race on Saturday, tlie emrltt were teventr-aix bird, from tan lolta Tbe attrt by itr. C, W. trolth waa at Sill A. al. fflnd wan ami filing condlilout firi7 fayoraUa Tot rtiult ol tlie raca w aa aa (ollowti itverat In loft, Dtttitnte, viJorifa. Oumer. . ;. Jr. railea ordi7 r. A. liahr Jr i.soj, 15-.jT Vm 7 W, Harwell 1,41 UAXt I.IaSi II II fcvsn I,t K.7SI IUMI J.T.J.'.M I 155-0 168 4 I 14.1.5 H. Hwell 144 IMUU I.UD7 tllMor.lon 4l'Vj IJMJ7 I to T. r, aonitnau ,.a.3i(i nuss i.trji.t T.J Clarta - :l n'i.9 ions W, H.nu.ll ,, -iaj 167 li U027 The next and anal raca TI btftom Crtttoa. Pa, 2SS Odda untl Knits orHporta, The Manhtitan Alhleilo Cluli will told III drat annual HauJl -iiu iiuij road race va tlie tonkera Kiukauriilga ciairaluii,iroH uften.ooiiaH o'tloclt ilia rase will Ukn piato. rom onr.ino UiT. i't I Tlie aenior t'ngl. boat rate under Uiaauiplresor the ritr. which re.uited I" a dead heat when rouril uu Labor Uat, uat vu.l.d vil tbia ariar noonaiSitnoco.k Al rowing f lie Cftarani aod i,eorge I JIHcliellif the chawtiiui wi cl not made a d.jiii.illy nreit) tiurt. Aitcrili. turn Mitchell gradu. aiiyforgtif aiieai. and cru.aed the lui. inadianca f ii(.lii.g aliiuuu Hie rjfe by lit. lengtba. ilie iluie from lUiurtM niil.h nai luraluul.a 6ao,TnJa Vum teil. ID -Ihe annual fall tooniamentof tha Far and Near Law ii leimli riuu, at (laelluta, waacan linue I Una aiitruoon im tdiurday ar,eni"i.n tha Hutu In the mlk.d douul.t and tlie UdliB doublet will ba bla) el. an; ilia tournament wll ami. The ecoraei Mlta Kogtr. and 'r alable, ,Sew llainhurgn Tennlt I tub beat HIS4llall.Ur.ii.il and Mr. VillarTrir ai S ..t t'.ub I.-II n oi UiaiT. Uraca yraaerandf I-. fptee. IIMlSw ciSS.r Ji'u -"' "U bU.ar aua lbu)er, Sk.oy Vosgt. -ept in.-ihe Park II III r.awn Tennlt Club, tha lanrraantaiir. nrcanliafon of Ilie touii arn auburb of lonkrra i. ened Ititicoud annua, handicap tourna. raent liiii utt.rnuun in 4 vur aucceaariil niauner. Tha tuuruey will bo roulinii.d tn iqurrnw aud i-atnr'iay, y'tJ"'I;; ! lti4lei-l.. llnrna .malnli Mm Way Ha.hfiird. u-4. n -ii. 7-7. uajlnltlicd Utn't Slngltt - ii. Ii l. Ing beat Wallace Outlford !-o --j. ,'- Mlted Doiiblei-MI I Hi melon and w OulUord agaiatl U. li. Lvlut mi Hits MeUoaald, 1 yaUuliUeda BERMUDA LANDS THE PRIZE. arcCLELZAXD'S OAMB COLT W1XB TUB BRIDGE HANDICAP. Tka Kara was Fast from tha Start, the First Mils balsa Tltnatl la l41X-ao-a.t Wins tha H.ai an el Honael ritahes, al la No I.oaar Mald.a - Dr Ila.. lironck, Caatatrar II.i Cheaapeakf, and lecberc tba Other Wlnncra, A crowd of Ksnsrous eronortlons saw Tirron StcClallantl'a nms colt liermnda win tbe DrlilKP Handicap (orthrao-rsar-olds.anilJohn Hunter's Dnconet land tba first division of tho Bes and Bound btakes for two-yoar-olds at I BhecDshartd Dny yesterday ulternoon. Dsr- i rauda was fatorlie for tils raca and tbs publlo backed hlin liberally, but Dasonet, who dad lonu since ethnustoil the patience of bis fol loneis. wns rrnotloally unsuppurtcd. tbe black son of Trcmont belnc oTorlooked in the over wbelmlntf plungt on WlcUlmaa, who failed to cat a place, altbounh rid Jen by Hnmll'.on. The wertthor was superb, and tho trrtok fa'tertltan on nnr protlous day durlnc the autumn niertltio:. 'ilii llrldce Handicap was the fourth evont on the pt-osramnie. liermuda's smabtne race Willi Tenny on Wo Inasday inadu htm a pro nounced fatorlte, but inoia thnn one cood juiIro nrgued tliut such a cruslllns finish as, Hayward WAsromtialled to rtdeon the three-year-old In order to defeat Tenny wns bound to mar his speed. This mads the price against Xtermuilii good for those who fancied him. The MeLeweo contingent wt-re con fident that Ray del tier could win. and put on their usual commission, making tha slashing bay oolt an equal second choice with l'ort cbester, who waa ridden by Taral. ttussell was the most fancied of tha othera 7 to 1 ba ing bis II a n re at tha post. Fancy prices could ba had asnln.-t Klldear, Seansay, and India liubler. Klhleerwas in front wban tbe flssj fall, but Ileanser and 1'ortchester took up tha running almost Instantly and showed the way past the stand. Uennsey opened a gnp of a length and a half in the run mound the lowor turn, and was flist Into tha back straich. Hayttard mored up with Ilermudaat this point and tha pair piloted the Held to tba turn br tha trees. Hay da) Key was last, but going smoothly. Opposite tha old Dwyer quar ters. Murnhy sent Hey del Hey along, but tne big buy was In trouble at the beginning of tbe upper turn, and Isaac used the whip vigorously. Hayward bad never moved rn Ilermuda. being oontont to lay be aide Dean-ey until tba lantqumter. Turning Into the homestretch tbe veteran sent tbe faorite along, and be quickly disposed ot tean'.ey. In tact ba had his field souudlr beat en, as whips Were dying ' enlnd him. Bermu da galloped home un aa-y winner, a length and a half befote India Hubher, who came vary fast in tha stretch, and b, at Ray del lty half a length for second place. Russell ran well for a nillo and a quarter, but lioruiuda easily held his Held sale at every stago of the iace. The time. Ji-Sii 2-5. marks a cood performance, tun mile being run in 1-.41S, and the mile and a luilong In 1 :H'i'i. Ilermuda was ready to raca acnln after he bad been cooled nut rua tip on Igntman lor tne oea ana J-ouna Stakes wns so strong that many bnokmaker.s werenlrald to lay any kind of aprica against him. the public eagerly acoi'ptlnv even money and five to four on. l.udwig was second choice, with Dasoaet, the most unluoky two-) ear-old in training, next In demand. Tba blnek colt had boen added io the entry list, and few per son" knew that he was n starter until they en tered tbe betting ring. 11a carried t n t nil pounds-and the colt that people fought their way through crowds to bet on bini In the l-'u-tuitty, when he carried four pounds rooie, turned their backs on him in scorn yo-terduy when he had an Inferior lot la beat Tbe outcome ot tbe raca was a strong rebuke to tbe tickle public. It waa a Cakewalk, a clambake, a liydonn. or any other sure-thing phrase known to the rlnir. for Dogonet. who played with his field from start to finish, and won, with Martin looking around at bis opponents. Tbe surprise ot the race was the mighty WlKbtman. wbo ran fourth, beaten by Candelabra anil Actor at a difference oT only three pounds. A few days ago with 113 pounds np be ran a very close third to I.eonawell and Dauonet. Ye-terday Hamilton could not gat nearer tbe front than fourtb. Candelabra beat tha others aa easily as Uagonet beat him. and Mr. heene may have a good eolt in- tba son ot Kyrle Daly after all. After tbe raca nine-tenths of those present bad a song to sing about Dagonet. His owner, Mr. John Hunter, has lost buavilyon blm on different occasions, but ba put his money down again yesterday, and this time he also took It un. The black colt was third in nearly ill tbe big two-i ear-old stakes of tbe year, the !-ea and Bound being his maiden victory. Ludwigdid not run up to bis true form. Dr. Hasbrouck won tbe opening event in clet er style. Contribution second, and llellevue tblid. Trinity und Cella performed badly. The second race, a handicap at one and ona elchtn miles, was a genuine surprise. Mabel Glenn was the favorite, but tba wsspy filly had to give way to Castaway II. in a driving flnhb. The time. 1:55 2-5. Is fast. Castaway II. was bacKed by bis owners. Walcolt.l Campbell, at 20. 10. 12, and 10 to 1. Beuorita made her first appearance in months, and i an a cood race tor tha first time out. Tbe pnbllo could sen noinlsc bnt Tulla Black burn in the Average Stakes at one mile and tbree-sixteenttis, and tba ting chuckled when Jack Joyner s gelding Lbesai eake we t away ahd set n clip that none of the others could live, l'utomae's brother ran the ilrt-t quarter In 23 . seconds, three furlongs In SO, half In 4SU. five elubths In 1:11;. tbreu-uuarters In 1:14 'i. seven-eighths In 1:27).. mile In 1:41 K, mile and a furl' nc In 1:G3M. and the mile and three-slxteenthsiii 2:03 1-5, pulled up ton walk. Kenwood beat Tulla Dlackljuin for second money, and rrince Royal, the other startur. was beaten a furlong, pulling up very lame Jorwsr 1. It ii more than probable that Mr. )wyeis handsome horse will never race again, and that Mr. J-. IS. leiguson will bae King fisher's best son In the stud next rear, he hav ing bought him a month ago. Chesapeake's raca yesterday makes Anderson a riding two days ago look very culpable. To keep up tbe good wdk, Iceberg, tbe rank outsider, won the rnce oor the grass track by a narrow margin from tbe second favorite, Know hall, wbo was gaining rapidly at tbe eud. It wasn't H. Luke's day. Two favorites. Dr. U.isbrouck and Bermado. won. THE TIItST DACE. Bellevue. Trinity, and Dr. Hssbrouak were the first away, and, running in close cnmpnny. they piloted the field up the backstretch and around the upper turn. In the homestiatch Dr. Hasbrouck qul kly disposed of Bellevue and Trinity, but Contribution came with a treat rush in the final furlong, nml .Nanaez tad tn shake tbe Dtx-tor up In order to win by , three-quarters of a length, llellevuanasiblia. four lengths away. Sweepstakes af f .) .nrh. for three year otdB with 11. o o milled, of winch .'.'u to eecond tiUJ to third out of tb.aiakati tevtn fnrloiigt V. U. Harrlck'a eh c. Pr Ifubroticlc by Sir llodred Sweetbrler llu(ariaeji ,. I D. t.hl.biiab. g Cauirllniilim. lliliHergenl 3 O T Leacli'ablk c. Hel'evue 110 (l( it) , , ..a ferulta, Lineraaia. trinity, Celts, aud Vagabond alto ran. Time. 1 127 3 .1. Kettlrf-Agalnet Pr llathrouck, 7 to S: Trinity, 4 to ll Contribution, ft to 1: Ceila, A to 1, llellerue, 7 to 1; Kaper-nza. ,ftto li Karaite, au to I; 1 agaboud, to to I, Huiuan pldtia.ao, aa.ao. iaia THK BECONP KACI. fiaunierer. Castaway II., and Mabel Clean uore always piominent. and they bad the race tn theiuselvei until well into thu bomentretuh. when r-aun'i-rar bad enough and l.'eporter moved up w h an nuiazlng buret of bpee I, Castaway II. outla-ted Mubel Qlepnanduon a good rai-o bt tliree-quarters of a length, lie ponai we a close third. A handicap twaerutjliea or i'.O enh. with tl.000 add ed, ot whlcb bvoo to aicundi bIiaj to third out or ibe atakaai ona rail, ant a lurlmig. Ualcoit r.uipl.ele b n laalaway If, 6, by (Jut- gate Lucy Liale, III! l-lcvt-ita mi) 1 A. Thompanira b. I. Mabel i.i,'nn, 4, 107 fi-lro'l ,, .. 'J K Caiiuoiiy'a nlk h Iteeorier (,, Ib'j ill.renl,.., ,, a rauaterer, rtnorlta. KiUkmaktr and Su John alao ran. Time, 1 S3 s-0. Retting-Aralntt Mabel r.ie.m. nioV fianntertr.il to,',, hciinrliu J). tu I, Cailaway It, 12 to i. Iiei",rlrr. U toll Klugmaiier. I.lto r, bt. John, SO to L Uulualt Ptld Si.7o, 4.H.W-, SH.7S. TUE BEA AUD BOUND STAXSS. Mr, Caldwell secured a beautiful start at tbe flrht iitmiupt. uud Iluuouet. Wlgbiman. l.ud wig and Candelabra nmveit aw ,y as one liorie. In the mn to ibeidliuw Dimonet bad a length thu best of it, Wlghtman Be. ond. Uiinitblaliia third, and the othois very tlo-e ua Auunrter ot a mile front bourn It uas evident that Igonet bad ibe race won, as Martin was sit ting still while the other boys were tiding, Hamilton being particularly unilou-on Wlgtit man. .Martin eat still all the way home, and Dagoaet won liai ds nowu by half u lengih from t'andelabrit, who best Aetora lengih lor second place. Wlghtman was lourth. Toa r-ea and Pound Siakee for f.alBof IIihu, to be rnshrai evar tba inure, of tha Conor Ittaiid Joek.y Club, then over tha i.un. or tn. haw lark Jockey club at the fall uicetlugt. tuitTlptlout iiuu aaciu bair forfeit, ihe aiau.r to receive tuo-lblroa of tb. atakee paid for a arting and s.iiii, tho aecoud one Ihlrd of Burha-ak.B and vi'iMha third SJ ii tb. bor aa tu run aiain aa tbra. vear olda at both traeka. th rluba to add SLUM addl'ional in the winner of tW4l of tl . raeea, Wnolo Hi. wiuoer of three or them, and tAuoo to tbe winner of four 1-uturltv lourtt J. Ilunter'a blk. o Paguuet, by trcmont Fair Lady, , Kn tMorilni .... f rmhatl heeile'aU c Candelabra. 1 10 rWarvaazl. -J WMcutt A Cauipbeli'ali c. Ai'tur. Ill ITaral) I nightman j.udulg.l.'oj.uaiu, Uellgatr, Anna 21, and Fulrn ay a to ran. Time !.I03 v lleltlng-i;vn money W ihtraaa. rt to I agalmt, Eagoast, 4 to i Ludwlit, Ml to 1 cati UiHisio anil Xacdelebra. soto I each Coxiwaln. Anna a, and Actor. Kniuais paid 611.43, it -.M, sio va Tne nnipriE lusntAr. Klldeer was away In the van when tho flag dropped to a good stnrt. but the ltnneo as Illly relinquished the lend In the run to the slant! to llus-eil nnd lieantoy. ISoausoy liftd day light between hlmselr and the Held In the run around tho lower nun, but Ilermuda went up to hlin at tbe beginning ol the. bncUtrcteh. Murt by bad Key del Iter last, but going fnndlly. .Nearlngtbe upper tuin Murphy sent ley del Her Rio g. but tho big oolt bung u trille. and his ribs wero well baste,! foi n do-en strides. Turning tor home tlermmla showed In tba van, ami then-alter Ilnvunrd bad thing-" his own way, landing Uagon t's half brother an easy winner by a iennth and a half. India Rubber came with it mom rush In tho last furlong, and beat Rey del Rey hull a length for second money. Tha Bride. Handicap, for three year ot It a han dle.,, aneeitiaktt of fi. each for etartera r. ror honta enteied by Jan. I and only Sl. It Btrnoknutby B.pt. ll hnraet enttrrd by Aug, l Mo bay S76M?-'. li" to be added bv Ihe Atiiclntlnnl thee, cond to receive SAOn ot the added monev and 1' iieree.it of tlamakeei ih. third lu per cent, or the tiake; ono rone mid a halt. II. Mci'l'lland t b r. Rarmuda, by Ileraan fair Ladr. , -II9IU. Ilaywardl . I (llouceiter stable erh c India llubber. P'.'i (Slim) ... '! r. I'. Mcl-.w.etb e. Reypil Itar lle(Murphrl .. 3 I'etni.y, l.utaeil, Klideer and Portibeater alio ran. Time, 'J.,IJ.". Helling Agalnit I'ernuida. II lor.; Reydal Rey, Port eheitrr. each a lo I; ltuarlL 7 ta 1-, Heau'ar I' to I! India Kubber. IMol; l.tidetr. iu to 1. llutunle paid tia.va.nu. in, tMub THE AVEP.tOE BTAKKft. Cliesanenke f ott'.od the raoe by at once open ing a gap ot hall a dozon lengths lo tho first uuartorof a tulle, Jfuno of tho others i ould fipprouclt tilmT nml lie uon. pnllltiK up, two enuths beforo Kenwood. Tulla RlaeKbiiru was third and 1'rlnco lioyal, who pulloa up lame, a bad last. Tl.aATrraga 'talea. for three-retr-olda end upward at$ieaon. with IP. to added, or which s-'J t tuarcoud aud JKoio llnrdi i.ne mile and three tlxtrentha A. J. Joyner e ch g Christ eake. 4. by et. Hlalae-Sca- riueliHiina. 10-2 (liognetti 1 llobolen ntahle'e b. c. htnvrnod 4. In.' (l.aralley).... 'J ). N Molholland'a b, m. Tulla I'lackburn, 4, tu (llry- ami . . , 3 rrtnea Royal alio ran. lima 2 031.'.. Retting Hra to 4 on lulia l-lai-Lhiirn. Stet agalnit rhrtaprakt, 4 to I 1'rlnca Itnyal, u to 1 a.nwood. Vlu toait paid siatA J'-mh iimu THE SIXTn It ICE. Poxford. Iceberg. Snowball, with the favor Its. Bt i.uke. lasi, wa the order of tbo start. Fozford 01 oned a gap of two lenctlis befoia reaching the quarter, und at tho bend into tbe far turn held the lend by three lengths Imhnrg heading the field In pursuit. Icoberg eollar.-d Foxford in tbe lust furlong, and. taking tho lend. w. n by n neck, ,-nowball beating loiford two lenctbs for second place. A handlrap twaeptakee of stl each, with tl.noo added, nf which s.-vi to ttrond and (loo to tbtrdt one mila and tliree forioiuann turr. It. Hradaj'a ch g Iceberg, , by Start'e Mattla B., n-JIJeneal 1 Walcntt A Campbell ch c. .-0'iwbull 3, 1 IS (Taral). .,-4 C K. Hand an 0 I oxford, -V 10s (Uoggett) S St. Luka alto ran, Tluia. 2 27. Btttlng-Flght to .' agalnit -t. Luke. Slot Foxfard, II los Snowball, e to 1 He berg, llutualt paid W.-.iM $10.64, SS.U5. BNTHIES h'OIt SllKEPSnEAD BAT. Flyers to Meet la the Fllulit KtaUea To. ttuy. The Flight, filren. and tbo Autumn Two-year-old Balling Stakes are tha foatures f - r to day's card at Hlieepshead liay. Tha presence ofLaTosca. Tenny. and Racine In the Flight Stakes, with Mnd-done. Worth, and tho two-year-olds 6olonlca and King Mao to make things Interesting, is a guarantee that tha race will be a good one. Tenny ran a smash ing three-quarters In his tace with Betmuila, and to-day he ougttt to win, and LaTosca may run second. Fethaps I.aTosca will not start In the Flight Bbe certainly could win tbo Siren Stakes without serious difficulty, and Santa Anna should run reeotid. The Autumn Two-year-old Belling Stakes may be won by Rex, and Bpendonet may run secon'. Worth may win tho opening event, with Folsnm see.ind. H.iceland. l'e'-snra may do In the handicap lit a mile and three-sixteenth". Old Hones must be on edge to down Walcott A Campbell's star tbroe-year-old. The Eastern punllowiil have a look at Dan Chief, winner of tho Wbeeler Handicap atone mile nnd a quarter. Willie I,, and Watterbon mar do In the race over tbe grnss course. This is the programme lu detail: Ftrtt Race A tweet etaket for ihr.e y.ar-oldt and upward, ofjis aach wllh ll.i"' ailde I of which SiMl toaeeond and Sluoto third: the winner to bo told for tAiooi one mile. Klngttock 125'FUvllla lfi Tha harff. 1VSI Stratagem. 115 Worth. l.-bKoltou US hocond Race The Flight Makee. for two 5 ear old. and upward, at ft J each fur horers entered Jan I. $;- for thoee entered by Aug. la. with $1 voo added, of which S..o to Becond, tu-J to third out of the ttaket: tev.n rnrlougt Tenny 127 La Totea .....122 Baclut 127 Uadatont. ... liu Wi.rtti luo.-aonlca 8J King Mac b.1 Third Race Tha Antnmn To-year-a!d Hailing Stake., for two-tear-olitt at r.'O tac'i. with fl.'.'-'a) added of which FiVi toteennd, 100 to third out of tho ausei; tha winntr to bo av d at uctlou for (o.otxi, 1-nturitr courae. Salvador 104 Capt Brown ion Trlngl. 106 O l- B iw Hex 11VI i-nendotiet H yonlnff lo.r,ibt. PanorAs eg Echuyfllll 10J Fanrlh Raca Tha Siren stakea ! r three rear old nillee. at S7A each, with f 1.;, o a ided. of which too to aecoud, $.00 to third out of tbe Btaket. oua mil. and a furlong. La Toaca. la.'IPalllena. 100 bantaAnna U4Ltzzle. ux Fifth Haea-A handicap aneej.atakea of ral.ich with fl.2.V) added, of which $-! 10 accond andfiuo to Ibbrd; one mila and three eUtetutba. Rac.lBud..,.. 115 Petttra us Ban chief 11 i ai.i do Sixth Race A BWeepetaket for three-year-oldt and npward of 1.1 each, with Si u 0 added, or which $joo la aeoond and $loo to third; one mile on turf. Pagan 133 I rlc ijn Watierton.. l.'u angeur 120 Klngttock 13'l Centaur 1211 Lady PuUlfer HO raleatioa 12U Willie 1. IJJ Caul an 117 Mountain Pear l23,FaUltua..... 117 Bitlorua. 1JJ ED COItRIOAN lilSISGS SUIT. Tbe Coney Island Jockey Club Sural for tbe Huron Stoney, The Coney Island Jo-key Club will have its hands full defending the suits brought by Messrs. 11 owe & Hummel at tho instance of IM Corrlgan, the Chicago turfman. "I have already brought suit,' said Mr. Hummel yesterday. " to recover $7,000, sec ond money In the Futurity, fairly won by Huron, and I nm now piepnring papers which will be servod to-morrow In anothoi suit to compel the Coney Island Jockey Club to re celte Mr. Corrlgan's entries und allow his bor-es to run. " Last Tuesday I entered Rllny for Mr. Cor rlgan In araie to be run to-day. The club took no notice of ihe entry. The meeting closes this w, ek. but our suit Is brought with a view of establishing onr rights In other lall meeting and In tbo sptlng meeting of the Cono Island Jockey Club." The Great Euatern Uandlenu. The weights for th. Grtat I'aatarn Handicap, for two yearoldt, at II W each for lUrtera, Willi $',,oll added, to b. run at Rheepihead Ray icninrrow, the lait day of tha 1 oner Itland Jockey Club tall uieeilug, are at followa: Harry Monarch 123 Azra ion bir Maitln-w 12J h.i-roinaney colt los Tammany Ui I uicolt. pi, bt. HnrUil 120 hi er lex pr, orkvlile Hal. ,,,..111) t noUealua ,joj llumn Ilt Cukenallliy. ,, pr, Leouawelt 11 nrling pit llagoliet US Alcnlie nj Ainu" 117 Irliule ,...,"!." I ., I Curl Hun un I'ede. Irian 11,1 ' latltbllglit.r 11' Julio ui,, lUehlord 115 ci,.r no . W ghlniao IH hcliuylklll iw I I'ri.iueunda ,.,,,,11-1 Loi.iti,, tH i a ludo ...ll-' Airihart s law W.lr llJllloniiiU'lcolt - U7 Mug cadmut II- circular 111 1 Ilex , II'JIAIciiii colt 10 Airtight HiMUdrid ..." ua Trillfilly ll Ami. Queen.. . . n3 ' Slrrr N.vadacoll no iinliiy T .",""."".. M 1 l-auliu. , llojUa.cot .., , U I Ki.uadt ltd 1 llteu .... , 10 AiiuiiIo ., .,,, lioAliriuer ,,,, 110 hurad. 110 II, , tu . king lao IH'ifaiitaiia. in , Mara Iinlill.ely "..,. i.i I llellgate ,,,,, II Noun t, . Cpiioiiong I Ul miita ra IredLee 1 1, Kjlrplav no Ignite HMlLllli. Ilnp. filly W 1 a rawirna rllly. ., .10,Jonanuei , ,,,, im c.ih.irino ,,,.,1071111, da Dwier 10 Lady Claxiou ....lo'.Ueau llruiiiucl 0) Aunar) , , 111, o-duiii.c ,,,,,,. bo Otrlo , !u.-;Ouumob 00 Tlie tVluiicr- at Oloiiceatar. flibvrgtirn. Kept HI Following ara tho reiultt ot to-day t eyeuta. HirBilt.ce 1 in. mil. Qolnioneit won: Punbarton itcotid, ciu,r,oir nurd, luna 1 .- ' I fa cond luce- Four and one half urlongt. vibrato filly won niiy ie"oud. Mit r lone third tune 11 5 . mini Kara lliree 'piar rre "I a mile l.me lloard won I'lckett second Ul.11 third. -Iluie I kia ! fourtii Kace-Mx and one half fnriongt 1'auitlna I won, LittU hlla atcond, Puke Joliu third, loiic, Fifih Hac o-Onn mile Lonely won; I'.adlent tcroiid, Lotion third. Tim-, 1 M',, ' blxih it.oe 1- ur and out h.ilf furlongt Hxprttt won, Judge Mitchell tecuml, (.eneMeie iblrd. lime, Tile Wliiitet-n ut Onrflelil. .F!'cJLr,! ?."'t ",rl' following were th. wlnnert at Uarflrld Park to dan 1 ,"'t,riiree quarter, of a mila Klunct won. Puk.af Mlipltti Bi-e.nd Ma Inline ibirt. nine. I in second Kui a una mile rem, A. ou, l. i ciurk stinud. Mary Miciiilnl I1111 Hiij 1 Third Puce-Three 'partrri -f a 11, ne. V.i rani'deil ' J"n.'"riujn tecuud, nuiikinne IM.IeUy ihlrd. I me I ouflli Kace-Seeiieli-liiln of a mile. Itlial aon, Ctra.iiiiie erond. I uiikrni t third Hint, 1 1.' 1,., ritlh Itait lue aixi-cullia of a nih i'mil lloia won Umatilla second, Jennie 1 ihlrd. lime 11 a. fun Ha. -imeiaiL. Hon Air wvu, Lew Ctttllo tr.j. 1 0111I, Umuu tuiio. luac, liiij,. ' A C03IEDT OF ERRORS. Doth Uanhaat and Kenteny BInaeleretl t Cheea. ' As will b seen from the full siore ot tha second game In the match Uanham vs. Kara en y, the inn tie wns a "comedy of errors. First Iliinlinm bluinlored, then Komeny over looks 1 n win, Next the ga Ian' gontlemnn could hnvo Beored, but bo did not see It. The Ilungiirlnn retaliated, and allowed Ilanham to escnpo. The latter. Imuoer. bocanio mixed up. nnd bunlly Ielta initio on the mote. Tin; OVMK. C1UK two CIMRI niMtir. X RB4XVT. r. U. I1AMI1X. k, KXISiir. T. Y. If ItrgAM. II'AII. "TCl. ili.li ri'iirJL, 1 pK 4 'K 4 It H-U 4 Q R-Ktm 2P-IJ4 I'll' I7g-ltu I'-tM S kt-l, B3 U-II4 IH u x II I' 11-11 IJ 4 11-0 in p-g .1 mnxK Rxit , b l-AIUrt M-0II3 i-UU-ht5ch K-ntd a I'-iih 1' x I' (ilinur.) (2-imln.) 7i;tl" M-ll-1 21 Q-ltUch K-ht S.I Hii-KKt& rsttiee vjii-g.i P-114 Hht-O", ll-l, MS 2.1 K ll-h tq 11-114 lOMxMch 1'xM 2IK-I. 7 IJ-BJ, (iiinlu) tl mlo.) .'-htch n-hi 9 11 It- It l'.-h t. (Ih.Vm.) (Mmlal 12 v-it 3 g-g 2 cc 11 x 11 n v x it 13 l.t-K I l!xV 27 11-rttf J-I3 , 14 li-u.'. Kt 01 :e Q x I' mat. (U tnln.) 15 ti x I' K R-K tl (I h. 30 1U.) lis 11. In ) li-' mm ) sot. '. (al Itlack Bhould hai. p'ajed 17 R-K 7, when IK B x 11. Ktx 11 ch: 111 h'-Ua-i, 1 to hi JnouMhata beeltallkeli cniitltiuatl n. Ibi According to lr, ford black could alio hay. won by playing lu, at-K 3 in reply to is. g x U 1'. FAVORITES' DAT AT LATUNIA. Forerunner 1Vli4 tbe Nrwpnit ."-takes FmHIUuI Kiiii n. I'aiti Mile. Ciiciismti Sept. to Farorllet ruled at Latonlato A.y fojrof the I'.tit cnclre l.onea winning auJtbtrt tnalmni; two going towel lucked atcond fat oriioi Ihe wea.lnr wai One and the track fntt. beamanrndo to and Freeman three w nners. There are no new ilatelnpmentt In tha 1'olk Itadget cate but uulett th. guilty parttei thow up to-morrow, with the Initio, tbey will be ruled off. The Newport helling Btakea for three year olde. ona mile and rateuty ynrdt, had aet.n atartrra, Including llucneine Ui pouiidt; Tenor, loj. Woodbena, lui: Jugurtiia. 1'-, i'bllora Irf. Rorka. 112, anl lorerun her. UT. forerunner wis a I to 0 on I nvnrlte. and h. uon bantil by a l-nxlh ironi the trcond favorll. I'o-ku Ihe .'1 to 1 t'n-t iVoodbana caoio in a lapping tuir.t llini.liiT 'lb. flrtira a a t-lllng pur on. mile and twenty lariia. bad lour itarteri itAdellile, 112. Irreniauup. Wat an o.ldi'.n raiorlte at 3 to i. and ho won as b. ? 'least, 1 hv ihree lengthi from th. .10 to I cbance, iratnbletta. Ii 1 1 eat 1 aadar 11 half a length for sec ond place Iluie, 1 14,. nf in. .even itarten In the mlta and a ttitaentb sell ing race Moa Arrher li. ridden by seaman waaai) to 5 lawirtte, and the inn i,a she pleated by threa lengi bt fi om tha 1 to 1 cnanco Hot aful. Poro, at 11 to I, fliitilitd third, two lengthtotr lliu., 1 iH'Ki. Mn.ran In th. mlie handhap faithful. I0.1. Pr.eman In lha tadd a c.oted !anrite, and he won tinder drive by a length from I aunla a, who beat Lit a bead for 1 lace honor1. Tun. 1 42 Tha nrit half of ih. split nye-furlong daah had nine twot.urold aianer. l.nudon. at .1 to 1 dor-ad favor ite hut he fnlte'l togeta n'are. Tl . j, Or of 4 tn 1 ahnta, 1 ItidiKgam and llliv -, hating th. rac. between them Til) H wonbyuBinrt head on too pott rarol... 1O to 1 came ihlrd rime, 1 1'li'l". Iba laet rar. waa a split from the pr.vlooa raca. Nine atari.'! nlll. illenli wat an .n money favorite, bnt th. could not get through her Held, and tha second favorll,- Mlln liii.rlid.ii by J. I'ort.r. nt, 4 10 1. beat her out by a head. Purj oar 0 , at 9 to 1. flolthing third, lime. I.OJ. THIS 3IEIR0POL1TAN CHAMPIONSHIPS. 'TIs tbe Same Old Flgbt Belweea New York und Blunbattnne. Following are the entries of the Metropolitan Alloca tion tchamploniblp uu.tlng to bo held at Manhattan Field. ISSth itr.et and Eighth areou. co-morrow alternoun commencing at 2 o'clook. Thara Uaot macb "dead wood" thiayear. MA-tiiirraH arnLifio clijb. Ona hundred yard Run-Mortimer llamtnfton, I.nther IL Cry. 1 rederleg W.iilug. Alaliolm VV. turd, aad f. tl. It.iliy. Two-hundred and-tw.uty-yard Bun Mortln'er Ran lngton. U 11. Cary. F. W tiling M. W. Ford, and F. M. lteiiiy. four hnndr.d-and forty-yard Bna T. B.Tornar. n.L. Pa.itnan. J. s. itoddy, J. c Pevtreaux, E. L. Uarra, ana Atortlnior Heiulngron. Mght-hundred aud elghly-yard Run 11. L. Padman, T. H. Turner, A. B. ueorge, J. 1:. Devertaux, aad J. B. Itoddy (in. mil. Ran T. P. Conneff, A. B. George, and J. Reld. live mile Bun I. P. ConneO. J. IWld. and W. T. Voutig (me mile Walk If. Cnrtla C. L. KUholl, T. Shearman, . 1. Iinge. and V. A. Berrlan Three mil. trik-li. Curila O L. Mcholl. T. She.r mau and K P. Lang. ro a Vault T. btone, Zach Cooper. E. C Potter. II. I, llailoeg Running IllchJump-II. U Halloak, H. Ilerrlck, E. W 1. off y. II. Schaeiar, acb Cooper Running Uroad Jump A F. Copla-id, M. V7. f ord. E. W. tioit Throwing Hammer C, A. J. Queckberuer. C. Coogk lau Ihrowlog (f-pound Weight a A. J. Qnackbarntr. 0. Cotighiaii. Putting Shot F. I- Lambrecht, C A. J. Queckbtmer. One hundred-and'twauty yard llurdle A. F. cop land Two hundred and-twenty-yard Hurdle A. F. Cop land and K U -arr& Indirlduat Tug C. A. J. Qneckbarnar aad T. L. Lam brecht lw.mlle Blcycl. Rac.-U. B Arnold II. J Hall. Jr, John V --choefer. I J. Harlo. (J. A ankar, Geurg. M. llende. a a. VierJ.ii. J. V7. Judge, aud W. 8. Campbell, ahw roag ATiuxrio cura. One hundred yard Bun-Tbomaa I. Lae, W. B. Cotter, and 1 Vredeninrgh Twa hundred and twenty-yard Run Themaa I. Lea, W. U. 1 ot.i. F tredenburgh, and A. IV K Cochrane. Four-hnniired-and forty-yard Bon A.YT. a. Cochrane. M. C.I)o u. alidO 1 Vradllb. hlght bundred-and eUhiy yard Run IT. C. Dohm, W. C Powiu. aud A. u Voaburgn. ne mi a Run w. u. Iioliio. Firmli. Run E. c. Cart.r. I'o.e Vault II. II. Paxt.r and A. A. Jordan. High Jump A. Mckeraon and U T. Wlegand Broad Jump c T. M legand and A. A. Jordaa. hixteeu tinund Hammer J. UitchalL Fifty tlx pound VI elght-J. S. Mitchell. fUxtarn-nouud Shot C.orge a. uray J. & MltebeH. and U J (jlaninnt one-hundred and-twenty-yard Unrdle O. Rchweglar. Tao hundred aud twenty-yard Hurdle (1 SchwcgUr. Two mile Blcycl. noe . I'. Murphy, c. M. Mnrohr. A B.Rich A. a. Zimmerman. S. B. Bowman, and W. A Van ft agoner. MW JBBtfcr ATHLETIC CLPa One hundrtd-and-tweaty yard Llurdle F. O. Paffar and K. I: harnee Two-hundred and.twenty yard llnrdla F. C- rnffar and E IC Barnea. Running Hroid Jump r. C. Pnffer and r:. E Btrnit Running High Jumn-K. E Barn.i and t. if. Edwarda Oae-inP. Bun-K. Illertberg. Fivo-mP. Run E. llleriberg. Pole Vault George Caeey. (liif-mll. Walk J. B Kealtng. Three mil. Walk Walter c-cott aengx iiiiLiric iiiocunest. One mil. Rnn-Oenrge Bartl.tC Three mils Walk-Joieph nk.lly. Fot. tault Icobert Cuming, Individual Tug ot-war Arthur Cate. rjsTimc ATULXT10 etna One-mil. Walk-S Lelbold. Three-mile alk 8 Lelbold and P. N. EUla. Four bun lred and fort v-) art Run A. J. Marburg. Hunt hundrd-nnd eighty yard Hun Max Mundla. Fol. aall-0 Pulvermliler. XlTlxa 4THLKTI0 AttOClATlOlt. Ono mila Run v. HeCarthy. five milo Run W. McCarthy, W. O'K.efe, and John Rogei a one hundred. and-twenty. yard Burdle Baca J Mnoney. Two'hnndrad.and-twtnty.yard UurdU Baca-J. Mooney. Punning Rroad Jump J. Mooney. mil ix-inuni Waight-ll o .-ulllran tad M. Barry. IndiiiJualTiigof ur-J. Barrett and X, Barry, Bixteeii-pouud Hammer M. o buiitraB Mxieen-poitu.l hhot J harr.it and M. Barry. Half.ir.tle It in-P. K. Burnt ' One-mil. Walk-J. J, llorlarlly. Tiauii eniT iLoa rivamlis Run-S. T. Freeth and R. II. Collins, WAV1K 1TIUKT10 CLUB. Fire mil. Run r. J. Vogellua. TUmrKLT HIBRIgM. Threo ml'o Walk-C E Nicalla. rT txn ATHiRTir t-ica Two I ondro 1 aud twehly.yard Run -J. VT. MoAolU. and J tj iijta w loRttunn ATiaiTic llub, Ou. inl.e Run Joiepli J, Flaherty, MJILUHa' tl, JCI.R CLUB, ttfrriLO. Tl.riwlng Id pound llninmer M IL Brnnner IhrowuigM pound Wei. lit-M. II. Hri-nner. Ii.e light. aaf yor i between ihe Haw Vorkt and Mm latlant Harry Fre erlckt the i.lnilat.n proretp aio..al. waa ulTer ng 10 take tlie Hold agalnit liownea in tn. nu-rier-miie run y, aterday, which w ould Indicate that ileiplle "II Uyeiliig I'.rmlnglou it to b. a Hurler 11 the no a f 1 edrrl -t 1 1, aw.ro Hut in other aih'eie entered could jlu lite Saw ierk crack et.ii a a, inoUiir. uf a race 'lb. onl a ay Pownea 1 an lot. the race la tu b. i, ket.dbt a number or runner. In Illicit., HI 111 and ha "III te n III. guard axaiuat any nurlereill. lili'li a, marked lh recent Manhattan A. tl gimiet In aliicli on. of iho "thorry diamoud" crackt Nagrantly hinder, d linn " "Fuiher nlll" 1 unit yeti.rdnr uncarlh.d .portion orihei-ointitiit'ou which pro ibitinni rntnet butfrom Welrniliuil AB-o, l.i n ilut.a. 'ibenldt A. U eon- lllulli llJiceplrl eulrlet trim "recojtilsal uthlello clulm and Iho riinimltlre Imd taken aeiernl i-litrlet from ouil e Hihlo Ic and I ii-yc e cluba 1 ,ey will h ive tu ne r.tuine.1 lliere are i'ji-r.il nainea 111 Hi. aoov. Hit Inch Hie coininiuee m ponder .r I efori- print lug In lha inograiiim. The principal one it Conrad llarki who bad ainiou c.d hit pro( iioim d, hut fur (let ll but Mil uiil.e It eirller ill ' Hi having com poled ui unrc4lnered gauiei.it t-rajti o blaun It and. on I abur liny llarr MorreP aho w.t cnntlder-d the moit danger octC'imp. itor Pi 'ho hurdlt rai-o. I.aa not neen entered by Hi. Ni-w ork A 1. lie hut iirnii wearing tn. "wln-.-ed loot" at ineetlligi for eoine lime but Mr. 1 iirili aayt he Lot 1,0: beeu uiitted a tneuiberof tha club. iieipil.ll.aiinnu'icement of ihe 11 A 0 Dial Curtle ihe lui.-l ill ua ker iw u .1 not loiupiii. for Ih. cluli i tl ufter t i-M Ui il inciting, he vri,l icuro pciuufor tlirm on i-aturdav Ibe ct on., at In I of a ' gnt.to fall.den 1 to Ini. ' tin laout 11 t'ough'au of ihe Mjiiha'.t.iK lor toe Ld-pound 1 lutier or propheit got together at Fecrettry Culll nn'tonio 1. -unlay, mil alter rorrral houre hard york rtt .1 ibe iueinn of aupreuiavy beltvreii Hie ;uwnrk A. V and .inlltiltHti A, c, ut tb. coiuinr iiit-eiliis b the lellowii.g tablet -oiuing .'"".' '. C JiA.f 1 tvrui, Jt'.r.A.r. Jiate. I on ) ard run . J Illgli 1 linn..,. 5 i .' ran run .4 h, Pro id limp ,1 n 4(iiord ruu, , 1) 3 Pole vault 0 4 tn.irl run. . .1 4 Hammer 6 3 I ml e run 0 hi not ,, .. a 1 biiiil.run .... 1 :, vwig'it s J i.nn a vig ... o uiliigiif.war .... u 7 S-nil e an k , . 0 1. BKyco race. , 0 a 1:11 yard hurdle I 61 '.-J 1 yard hurdle t ,l To'al 44 H 1i.li ta .! tavort Vanhattan to u great extent at It f.'W ' " "."l" ' r'-ln "it "-r.-o I11111I t ru 1, aud tecood !., 1 n..a ''' "l".1 "htieAtllietl 11 Jcrie mei , lUrnM t Vi l", ?tt.', ''".".,'' ,h'" '''Jiila uil. I'lgller than a kite Hi .uot tlie iilbegivei ihe tl i, O every point icn 1 o.ii'.ly 1 ri wni 1 i. S.w Vorkt oau ln. but I leinidgiiliimuih rnm II -Lherrv dianmnd" aura tiling; run ag 111111 adlereity on eaiur.lay th.tab'.a liKludlng the loreo ngtaUe- 111 be turned. Th. olub 1 liainot heard Irom Car yt anil be may cot be a ttur icr, J TANNIiRBACKFUOMLATONIA, JAMES BRANNON ON HAND VFHES H8 ARRIVED TICSTERDAT. Brsssos Represented Ulmeclf aa IV, iy, Norrl,Aot the Horee, a4 Ulanpp.ae.al Mraterlouely-The Htttble Trnpa Tub., Away In the Evealnar They Are tValu Ins; for Folk Tladcet att Lntnalii, While theLntonla officers ars awaltlncthi, return ol Tanner or I'olk HadRet lo tholr tra. k, tho Drannons have arrived with the no. famous celiilncln New York, Tanner leachlct Jersey 0 ty nt 7.03 o'oloek yesterday mornini over tho lVmnntylvaula road. Ho left Clnnlnnn'I on Tuo'day nlchtlnear 68 under chains of Adams 1'xpres , ami trat conslcned to " X, V. Korrls, Jersey City," mj the 1 harcos vrero prepild. He was shii ped In the usual pmldsd sta',1 used for tho ti asportation of fine hor-es and was carefully tonded by tbeoxnress eomtmnr'j messomter throughout tbo journey. Tho l.orse 1 was not tlvon a name upon the tiansportatioa papers. Un Wednosdny evenlncr a musculur-looklrg man, wnariDK a pcnper-and-sult i-uit, nn.l trttl, Ms face covered with a two or threo Oars' ernwth uf beard, walked nervoucly Inio the l'enntylvanta Kalliond Depot and eauerly scanned the cms of the Adsms Expieaiom. pany hut arrived at 0:52 and nt ::'J7 o'elrck, Un was dleappolnted, and naked tlis ncent 1 whether any othortraln IromClndnnatl would arilve before moinintr. Upon reeenlnj na nnswor in tbo neii.ilUe tbe mnn wslkcil m ross the street to Taylor's Hotel and reeleteied ns j James i'rannoii, 1 oxlnguou, Ky. Tie leric uBfilcn-d him to room 10U, and Mr. lirannon . retired forihonlshl. between I) and Ml o'elock yesterday morning I the nell-Muilt man wbo reulstered as .Inmu Brittinon nt 'Jnyor's Hotel applied tnthe n pres at-ent In Jer-er City for the horse He preatmteil tbo receipt wh cli lmd I een d Klven for . .the botso In ( Inelnnntl, " ilie acent did not ask the mnn whether lis was the N. W hoirls mentioned In the rece nt. Tbe man led tlie lioise Irom the yard Into Montcomory i-treot and ttlrned west, ilo.iM not stop at any lheiy stable 1 ear liy to Kroom nnd Iresben his horse, as Is enstomtry when aruoer is inkon from the cars lu Jersey City. None or tbe Jersey City borsmen knew of the horto's arrival. They hail nnerb'iira1 of " N W. Norrls, Jersey City," elihf r. and trm name does not Appear In th olty di eotory. It is tbousbt that the horse was taken lo one of tbe New Jersey tracks. The expr.es people did not tret a cool look St tbe ho ise, f,r the lesson that Itua. kept undled up In a light blanket which enveloped It completely. Tber were only sure that It wai . a bar and had a 1 turned tall. It appeared Ilka 1 a well-shaped animal. "X. W. Norris"did not take awar the tmpi which accompanledthe boise when he took Hie ftilmol. He Islt them boa, ed up on ibe plat irm of the express ration, saying be would calf for them later. Thais wns a brand new ralvanized Iron feed trough nmonctnem which Dora th name of the sellers. " l.uwson A to.. Cincinnati." on it in red letters. Trier ware also two new galvanized Iron water pall. Everything, was new. Incluillnes common lantern and a horse brush. There wero a new rubber blanket and a sack of feed and some loos ears of oorn. In one of the water palls were a pair of rubber boots aod several bottUs. On of th- bottUs was partly full of nitre and another of arnica. Tbey had both bseo re cently bought nt Lenour's drug store. Mill dale. Ey. Another new bottle, with a little dark liquid remaining In It. bad rnouch ot the label left on it 10 Inform inn enrlons that it contained hair dye which had be-n nongbt of J. D. Wells. Cincinnati. Tlie label d.d not state whether tbe dye was for horse bair or bum n hair. Shortly before 7 o'clock a Hoboken eab, drawn hy a gray horse, came to the freight ' dep.'t with a stoutly built, middle-aged man Inside, and carried off tb saddle and other goods that came with tb horse. , The cab took a circuitous ronte to TToboken. Its ooi'Upnnt as it llt the railroad station scanned the bystanders anxiously. Ti e eab rolled alone, the drher acting in a susphlous manner, turning corners, anl doubling now and then as though fearing pursuit. Anally dis appeared on th bluff about Ninth street. WHEELMEN AT SPRINGFIELD. Zlatmermae Hat Thitur. Abont All Ills Own Way-aTre JtacarSa Smashed. Springfield. Sept. 10. Over 15.000 persons went ont to that famous aihletlo ground 1 at Hampden Fark to witness Ih tint day's raees ot the SprlaUrflsld Bleyol Club this afternoon. Tb track, whloh Is one half mil In length. Is in perfect skape, and It seems rather Strang that more reeorls were not lowered. So large were the entrisi that the managers wre compelled to run th preliminary heats off early in the mornini. The fastest Mm evr mado In a novice rac was ridden to-doy, V. OL batch, a resident of this city, rod the mil in 2:37. which Is vorr fast. An ttmpt was roads to aid tbe crack riders to lowsr th quarter-mile record, so a flying start auartor-mlls raoe was placed on the programme. It was a safety racs and tb fastest men competed, bat they could not do bettor than 33'.' seconds (or tbe distance. Three new records were mad. Arthur Zim merman of th Hew York Athletlo Club woa the halt mil safety race In 1 minute 6 4-5 seconds. Messrs. Drater and fluyler of the Athletlo Club of tb Bcburlitill Navi loitered tb ona-mll tandem record from 3 .30 to 2rJ8 3 9. These two ar world's records in competition. P. J, Berlo of the Manhattan Athletlo Clnb mad an attempt with pace. Sakersto lower the one-mile safety record. Is time was 2 minutes and 31 secon.! a. Ill failure to get under 20 was mainly through lack of proper pacing. Zimmerman is now acknowledged to be tb fastest man on th patb. A series of casualties occurred through allowing too many men to ride In tbe dual heats. In the one-mile safety race a collision oeonrred on the backti etcb la which a L. Sage or Hartford was badly Injured. A. B. Bleh fell, as aid also A. A. Zimmerman. The latter escaped uniniuieil. but Itlcb re cltdsom bad braises. A summary of to day's races Is as follows! One-mil Hovlea. Eaftty Wen by W.O. Baton, Spring fit Id: r. L. Warier at. A. a. aeeond; K. A. Helios, Springfield, ihlrd Tim., J a7 4-3 Twenty-anlis-handloap Bead Baea Wan by P.J Me Purree, o mlnutee. I .van; T. K. Hattelr, 7 mloatea teo otd; r. K. Oravea. SpelagneUt. aeralob. tblrd. time, I heur 4 mlnntea 2-' aeaonda yuanermll. Safety, flying start Won by A. A. 7im. mtrtoan: U II. lay for Ilarvard A. A., aacend, A. a. Klch tblrd Ttma. 32 S-.1 Meonda. Two-mile Ordinary, Handicap Won by C. , Mnrpbyj J. W. BoMnton Tanuun.tooali i. U. Draper. A. C.S. N.. third. Tim S:I3 - Half mile t-alety. Handicap, Open Wou by A. A. 71m- . merman, seratob: u. Taylor Siyarda itcnd: C. w. Uomtge HutTaio. 'JO yarda. tblrd lime, IlOll4- On. mil Baftly. Ic aaaWon by W. M. lltradnn, BpringSald: ). r. Quinn. ChalHa, atcond; J. W Be Cor fer. M A. C, third. Tim. z..a -i3 Une-piU. Ordinary, open Won by A. A. I Iramerman, W. WT Taxis B.coud J. IV. Roblntoa third, Timt, 2.50 2-A. Una-mil. Kaf.tr, Itandlcao-Won by a. M. Ilandea, 75 yarda B. A 13. i O. W, Iiornue, 40 yarda lludale, t.ooud , H. B. Arnold, 7S yards, al. A 0 third, lime, 2 1 lu a i. Half tall Ordinary, Open Won by A A. Zimmer man. J. W. Itobtoaon saoond. U. A, Oitb.n, Chicago, third Time. IU7'Jo I (m. mile Tandem. Opea-Won by J II. Praperand vr, (lajl.r. rnliad.lphla. f. al. Uunkarand W, U. farkir, UuSalo, ttconit lime. :. a-a. Peerles Bonn Beadr. Capt kl.TUraaa of lb. Paarlaaa A. C, ef 50 Oak itmk lay t that he hat rive boxen of whom he Iblnttagoet deal. II. Bays mor.: b. will match these fl. hoxirt agalnat any other dye, bar none. Two of them art I A ponnd mea. onaltof lliiponndt. one ISO poanda and ona itupoanda. Capt. atuTleraan .aya thai iheee rcio of hit ar. all wall ap and whan any oth.r club ibu kt It hat aa good material l her. la nut on. nay to ..tn lb. mait.r matob tb.m. araat.urt ar. tpaaifltd IB tbe cuinmunh-ation to Tub em and amataurt tier nan all ne: and ir tbey ar. amatann then look out Par th. i'esrl.it ftllowa, taysi-'apt. atcTlaroao, Iloivllatc Th. following ofT.o.rt hov. b..n .l.otad by th. Orltn tal i lub, who bowl on Harry aaii.yti ;. y. Kaannitrrr, rrotdeni, tt. Trurlii.u vlcl'retid.nti a. ki.rniau. Treaturer, N. hruca. -ecrttary; 11. bchuelder, CanLautl 11. Prince, Mergeant at.Ariua w Th. Junior w.rabcrBof th. IT bit. High Hat Associa tion liai. oruanied a new howliug rlnb, to ba known aatha 't'onquerora" Tbey win coma mgatbar For tb. tiret lima tbit .veningat tb. y.lteiikell.r, fool of Faat llftitveiuh itr.et The offlvere .Itctad at a rac. l inertlngar. at follow, i Charl.t Uo.lgtr, yyttldcall August retrle, itcrtlary, K. t. Uootb, Trtaaorer. New, r'orbett. Here's Tear Cbnaee. T. V llylaudof 103 Centre elreet called at Tat Sex omea laat night and raid that he wantld toOfblJna Uorb.tl for yi.oou a Mat to a flnun. baud worrai. Inc. doi.; wnlta or blood rrcrinl -34 doc, live Dobtoni (or frtih water bait, Uo. do.,ibet dcr crabt at Itwtit mark it prlc.t. HCNIt hTAlll' FOK HO.PAflE. t'WT. I'ltlli:. II.I.l'bTltATCU VXl'At.OUVa OF I'lNK I'lbUINU TAt.'aCI.E. kly low prictt for fin. goods attonlib .verrbody. J. y JI.UTBiH, CS Court tt. (mar Cllr Hall), UrooHyn. f. poilsmansi Oooil.. Btoret.n SAPf.TT.'full bxiicu.liion nrati cot Httli vforllinas mil oneinoulli JUMJUO.S VVVi.1. alJiL,2U LtCvASp) , i -