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; LOOKS SQUALLY Ml ANSON. xiiis cuioAaon mrr rim roixrs A1UCAU 01' rtlK HQHTOSS. Cleveland Heat Anion's Mm, und the New York tteii) Knitnrtly Tliraelird liy Hi lnton Cleveland l'lii)lne a Hfronp; tlftmnllrooklyn Win", a (lame rrnm 11.1 1- artelphltv Rcntl 'In tUn Anioc Indini Itarule I, cure dm llultlimire Club. I It Is not difficult t'j Imagine Hint ono A. C. I AnftonofCliIcngnlsliinstittit.it (junking fear. After getting n load In tho Hnnnut r.icn that 1 throe woolcs ago i-uonnd to luisiiro him tlm pennant, ho litis continued to (dip down tlio hill until to. tiny tli'i llofdoim tliroiiton to 1 anatoli from hlui tho eovutoil Cue It will boa I trIUo rough on tho old nun If ho t-llp down ut ter going through t.o tniicli hard work, hut I thoro 1 n general ilolro In Iho lst to j doo Iloston win. Judging from thn poor tnrt mada hr Now York nt Hoston, tho formor will not mako much of n ' stand thero. And It tho Rontons tliotild I take all flvo games Chicago's jig would ho tip. This morning Chicago In hut Mvn points iilioud, and If the gnmo protostdd by l'lttsburgh wero to ho thrown out 'Iloston would now ho In tho ' load. Tho games of tho next tow days will ho watched with Intense interest. Clovnlund np poor to havo struck i. winning gnll, and Is liable to make things vory Interesting for tho Chleagonns. llnsulta of yesterday's games: Boston. 11 ; Now York. a. t Brooklyn. 8; Philadelphia. S. Cleveland. 4: Chlcngo, 2. Cincinnati. 7; rittiburgh. 5. TDK record. Oat. ITm. ImI. rerCl.l Clil4. IT, to. Per CI. Chtoago 81 41) .fiis cievolerid...(il 78 5.' Bolton HI 50 .1S llrookIyn,...r.'l 75 .457 Sow York. .70 w, .500 Pittsburgh.. 55 7s az.i , Tbtladl'U..7 C4 .ftllcinclimatl..51 81 JBM BOSTON. Ill NEWYOnK. 3. Bostov, Boijt 28. liven tlio Now Yorkawero 1 forced to retreat hoforo tho Impetuous ohnrgo ot tlio lleanoator.i to-day, who swept every thing before them, and captured tholr twelfth . eonseautlvo ganio in calhvnt stylo. Thollos- tons played In considerable luck, hut they hatted freoly and ran bases with eroat darlnc. T-hoy richly deson-ed tlio victory. They took advantago of overy opportunity that occurred. .; and fairly rnttlod their rivals by tlio brilliancy :' of tholr play. Kid Nichols has hud wonderful ueeess aenlnt the Now Yorks this ftcason. and to-day's gamo was no exooptiou to tlio rulo. ! The vlriltors soomed to realize from tho first ' that defeat oonfrontod them, and displayed iaas vim than has bon the rulo in tlio lloston iow York aeries. (Xuclillu was neiit In to Cltoh, and with dllturont Kitpport tlio Econt would havo been a tin. AlthoURh ho Maa tatted rutluir freoly at tho opniiinK of thn ' I same, ho did not b'etrnttled, hut pitched Rood ! - ball all tlio time. lVrhnpslt was Hotter U-n- 8ors abseneo from Qrst base that demoralized is team. WulstJer did well, hut ho did not T1 Insplro tho confldoneo that Connor does. ' ' Olasscock evidently felt tho change, for ho ?iade two wild throws that woro very costly, loth pitchers soemed Ui share tlio rei'kless 1 .' Boss ot tho visitors, and clammed the ball to- wurd tho batsman with unwonted onrolesuness. Nlsliols Boomed to havo a special Krudtre BBainst Glasseook, for ho hit that player twleo. Ifonlt Whistler in the arm Immediately niter ' the attempt to oraok Olasscock's skull. 1'er '. hapv It waa this centln pluiihiintry on Nlnhols's "" iiaat that caused the Now Yorks to dodgu tho ' ' MtUuntjl It was uo lato to dream of wlnnlnir. ' In wo last tliroo (nnlUKS they braced up won derfully In tholr stick work, hut tho Hostons , . knew a thing or two about (loldlnK, und nipped tholr aspirations In tho bud by double plays that woro as unexpected as they woro fatal. Thero was n great ehoer when tlio bullotin . board showed that Cleveland was ahead of Chicago, and Inter in tho duy. when It was known that Chicago had been defeated, and i tlint Boston was only .00: por cent behind . tbeni.thorowas avaetnmountof speculation as ' ., to Boston's ability to koep up the torrlllo nuce ktio hna cut out tho past two weeks. Thero . ' was a good deal ot belting that Bobton would win tho pennant after all. t, ' Tho Bostons began scoring at tho outset to- ' day. hut although they had tho bases lllled In tho first inning they only landed ono run. The runs In tho second Inning woro duo aotoly to errors by Glasscock, Buckloy. and llassett. ' , Then Danny Jtloliardson came to tho rescuo 1 when tho New Yorks took tholrturnnttbobat and earned New York's first run. He hit for two buses, wont to third on O Itourke's sacrl- llce. and scored while Glasscoak, who hail i been hit by tho ball, was stealing second. It ' ',' was this sumo courageous JUanlel who scorod ; How York's second run In tho tilth Inning by - - his homer. If all had dono us well . ' as Danny the., result might have been dif- , .- ferent. IJpt that second run didn't do much ' . good towarfl triunlne tho aamo. for In Uim meantimo tho'Beanoaters had rolled up ton . fat runs. Only four of them wore oarnou. Of tliootliors,Coughllnwasrosponslblo rorthroo. dlussoock for two. and Whistler for ono. Then '. , in tho roventh inning OoughUn mado a wild , throw that was In part responsible for tho lust run scored by tho HonnoatorB. Gore s run iu , tho ninth Inning was earnod by his threo- bageur and TlornoJl's single. Two Ramos will be ployed to-morrow and ulso on Wednesday ft th.8 waathor Is fuvorablo. Tho score: . Borrow. hEw tokk. S.li.r o.i.. -J.r.o.i.T. 2 6 4 3 Oor, c. t......l a a o o Lowe. c. TY.....1 1 O O O nitt. 8db..O 2 O 11 1 HioTcy, I. f....S 10 1 O Tlfrnan, r. t. . .0 10 0 0 Hroilie, r. f....a 1 o O 0 HIcliMfon.it, 3 Sill ha.ti.S4b 1 4 1 r 1 U'ltourk. Lf.O 1 4 o o Tucker, lit b..O 1 11 o o qiAMoook.t.i.0 0 6 13 Oiilnii,3lb....Q a a (l o Wbliller.litb.O 0 7 0 1 JUnnatic 0 010 0 O nuckley. c O 18 11 HlcbaU,p 1 10 1 0 HurreILu....0 0 3 10 .f CeujihUn. P...0 0 0 11 Total! 11142T14 3 . TotaU 8 U27 H 7 Boton 1 1 1 B 3 O 1 O 0-11 Key York,, 0 1001000 1 11 Earned runs Boston. 4; New York. n. Tiro-base bit f Ktovey. Kru'lla. Kloharti.nn. Three-base tilt Oore. i Home runs Lonir. lUchanlson. Sacrlflce bits Lour. , low, Utorwy, JiroUie. Nasb. Jliotiurdson. O'llourke, nblstler. Stolen bases Tpx ta). b'torer. Tucker, tlluss- ' rock, ririt base on balls fly Mchola.1: byOouibUn. J. First base on errors tlofton. 8: New York, 1. struck out Hr Nicboln. 8: byCoufflilln. ri. Double plays Lnutf nil Tucker; lintr. Qnlnu. and Tutiker. W ltd pitches Klcbols. 1; Oougbllu, a. lilt by ltcbed ball Tucker. ta.ssrock (3), WTiutler. Time 1:4a. I'mi-lr.-Ljucti. Atlcuaance U.U77. ( - nnooKLYK, 8; vmi.iDKrj'inA. 3. A quiet, orderly crowd of U34 rorsons gath ered at Eastern I'ark yestordny to see tho Brooklyns and l'hlladelphins play. Tho spec tators did not heoomo boisterous at any stago of thn game. Ho donso was tlio stillness that thn ticking of the telegraph Instruments could f heard all over tho Held. Tho players raovod turouud liko autoqiatlo figures, and tho only time they evinced any Interest In tlio pro ' Iceedlugs was whon thuy went to bat and realized that their hatting percent ages noiided a llttlo boosting bofore ' wiow bogau to fall. lout and Gloason acted liko two men with sovero casos of malaria, nnd tossed tho ball over tho rilato with an alrtlmt soomod tosaythatUieltoldors would do well tokoen wide awnko. Dave Orr umpired, mid, mi ho isn't ablo to jump around vory lively us yet. ho hud nn interesting tlmo eluding lino lilts, Orr's judgment und knowledge ot tho rules nppoar to be In good working ordor. In tho fifth Inning. Gloason started off with a single, and Hamilton hit a lly to Grtllln. '. Thompson lined ono straight to Foutz, who dodged, and tlio ball hit Orr on tlio hand. It glanced off, and Ely grabbod It, but too lato to catch anybody, ilt would not havo mat tered, as the rulo says that whon an umpire is lilt by u battod ball, tho batainan is entitled to the baso und Is also to bo credited with a hit. Orr deolarod both runners safo. but Ward wantod to arguo the matter and brought out u copy of tho rules. In tho heat of thedlsous filon Ham Thompson became excited and walked off first base, whoroupon Daly clapped tho ball on tlio tall Uooslorandho Thol'l'tlladelnhiasgot In tho most hits, but they wero scattered. Brooklyn got In. tour ruua in tho tlrst on Colllns'a double. Ward a Laso on balls, Burns's blngle. and two siterl- 1 flees, tjluglos by ColliiiH, Ward, and louts yielded a run in tho second, nnd Daly's triple and singles by Vt aid and Foutz guvo two In the sixth. In tho seventh flrlflin cot, to first on balls, seoond on a pns.ed ball, third on a wild pitch, and home on (Benson n muff at tho plate. Sloyers7 doublo nnd Denny's single gave tho visitors a run In the seoond. nnd singles by Hamilton, Delehauty, and i Meyers .gave ono in tho third. Thoy got their Inst run In the eighth on Dclohar.ty's slnglo und Denny's doublo. ' The score: itoosiTK. riiiutirLrnii. ii. Uro.s.t. . ali.r.o.i. . roUlni..f..,.n a l o onmllton.L l l 2 0 o Ward, I'd b,.,,l 4 a 4 O Thoini'.fMi.r f ft 2 4 10 routJ. P 1 2 10 0 ilelelieiity.c.r.l 1 4 2 II V Iliinis.r.f . .1 1 1 o o Vt)er.'-'ifb..l a a H u I l-lnkni-y.UdbU 0 0 8 0 lieiiny. ltb...n a a 1 o Orltl.n. c. f ...1 0 r. o 0 Alien, a. a ,. ..o 1 2 :i o J Kly.i.V. . " 0 4 2 o ', ill li .o a h a ii i Italy, 1.1 h. .1 2 8 1 0 llrmin, . O 0 2 2 0 Klusloir, c. .1) 0 4 O 1 Umaii'it.p O 10 11 Tolols ... (TiriTlu'll T.iii' . ...ilia 27 1.', 1 1 Brooklyn 4 10 0 0 3 1 0 o-s Flillad.ll.lll ii I I t II 0 O 1 0-1 Kanied runs- l',r.wklyii. 6, PUila.l -lplili. a. Flr.t b... by error-l'lildelrbl l.tlt lf-Mroklyii, - rbllaUelrliia S. I Ir.t l..r oil baiik-lly rente. I, ' Olestoii.b. fuuel: nut -lly tout 1. illmsoikS, tin base hit-Paly, fwo bno l.ii.ri,oliiiis, ily, Me); i penny. Sncrlllce hlu-IMuL. lliirn., 1 pkey. ilrti: i Svily. Meyer. Rtnlrti b.i ( 'ilmi, Wr;l ('.I1" !'" Ilaiimon. ltoubla tilay.-l'liikney. Ward i,J Psli. Irauilltwt and ilyer. Wltil iiu fi-illfafn, l'u..tu baus Uruu, 3. Cui.ir orr nwii I.Jo. ci m n .M', 4 1 IIIUUU'. 2, Uumisn. Feiil M -Hie worn lias turnet at lait. A(ter beln trodden tifon and bentcn Kame after name by Chlcafu IhU a.'n.TO, Cletrlali 1 lunipi-l III tbl. atler hoon inifrspi.e.1 tbe Ueir iler.l!- bui.l an, I ouldaj. tbeColiawvirrnoiKli n ln lb" ki- wild int.-ire audcoono) . ll tlir hi i'..' " r. 1 iaij two I'll, rum. T!ie kaue as ut' ,"'itn)' tvU' Vie n'esjiiini. ii s ' i --- tested, nnd wltiiMwl by an excited crovd, Tho ecorei wiiiev, I ciurico. ,lF,ro.i.r. K.l.ro.... nirtell.r, r ! I ii n o rtrnn. e. f... .( 1 1 1 o -i.il i sib I it 4 a o wilmiit, i.f . n 3 ii n ii McKtMi.e.!, (I 1 r, 4 OiPnl.len.r. f .. I) 110 0 Hivn.:il!i ..1 o 1 n n'Anion. 1st b .o oio o o Vltliir, Islli. .0 211 O O Itunis. 3d b. 110 10 McAlter, I. I .0 0 10 0 e'lioy,l.. ,.1 a o a 1 Dor lo, r n O 4 tl OTfi-ner, 3db .0 1 4 II O Shfftiiiu.e t .0 ii 1 1 lillt.tftilon, p...o in j tl ouu,(, i o o o a o.UcJiriMr, c o oil l o Totals ,4 "721.1a 7 TulaU ."a tiii lH "T nlevelat.d 1 (I O 1 0 1 1 O 0-4 Chlcneu O II 0 O O 2 O 0 03 llarnrd rtin.-rievrlnnd, S; niilcaio. 3. Two-t.a hit! Wtliuot i2t. Iliriu. linnniy. Tlireenii.e lUts-lturkou, luiilcti. hacrlilco Ults-llurltPtt. Clillds. Pavls, lliitchl w.n Lift on tw.c.-flcvel.Mi.l, fi! Ublraiin. 10. Struck out- Hy Vouim, 2 . by llutnlii.ou, n. .. on bat,. lly Youiitf. 0: li llutrtil.oti. a. stolen bi.ea -Ansoii, Onuhi-y, prerf.r. First bsje on errors Lli-veland, li i:lili'ago, I. Wild ullrhe.-llaU'llle'ill, 2. Time 1-.GO. Uuildro IStusllo. Attend. inco. l.CUO. (i"tci.iiri. 7i rttTiatikun, r,. rnT"t)u, Sept. 21 Tho bad enrk of MIUr behind the bat was re.pon.lble fo- fl.e botne temn,s defeat this atlcriiui.il. Attendance J.Wio. Ibescuru. rin.nt'Kint. I ti.Ntt.N.rArt. u. 1 a. r o. i. j. i:.la.r.o.i,R. ni'rbancr,:dbo o II n 0iMci'hee,2db..tt 1 1 il o Shutiari, s. S...1 3 1 n o.lJitlmiu, lit b.l 2 18 1 Mlli'r.c I n 3 o 11'lUliiMii.r r. l 2 o llnkl.y, l.tb 1 1 (1 1 I UollldllV.r :..li 1 1 O p iinni(,ti.i.f....o l r. ii ii iiHUy. I. f ...,n o a ; o Krlly.rr I 1 1 I) o. heiiian. l.tb 0 014 o o Itcllly, 8II1....0 o 1 V fi"mlth. I (1 1 r. a Uiirkulll. U.I..1 3 a o 11 llarrliKtoii.c.l 1 H O 1 hint:, 1 11 101 OlMulUuci O 10 0 1 Totals ,li fl 24 IS 1 Totals 7 82715 0 rittsburith i 0 0 3 10 0 3 0-6 c!""immii:::::: : 1 0211200 ..t Earned rune- riltsliuriib. li Clnelnnatl. 3. Two-base blL-Ulller, llalllirou, Lutbam. Stolen b.uos-llnlon rj). Mrl'hee, Latbem. limibln plays Ijithsin, Mol'hie and Knenan; shiiKart. lilerliaiircr and lieokley. Klmt op ball-Olt Klnif, Hi olt.Mulljn. I. II II, by pitched ball lirenan. Mruck oul-lly Klnir. 2i by llullane, 1, Passed balls-Alliler.l, llsrrlnjluu, 3, Time a boirs. Uuiplre llarst. The American Aaaoclatlnn. Yostordny'a Amorlcan Association gamos re sulted as follows: Boston, U: Athletic, tl. Mllwaukoo. B; Loulflvllle. 2. Washington. 6; Baltimore. 1. the KEconu. rw. wee. r. rnn. njt. n-nn. z. r r. Poeton, Mil M' Milwaukee. .til 71 .4fl2 St. Loiill....H3 r,l .1117 Columbua...Hl 74 .453 ltltlmore...(IS 111 Ji27 fxiulsellle Ml HO Jit Athlstlu UU 0.1 -iai WtUleKluu.4J bd .li2a llULBncdl ansTO.1. 0. rnJ0SLrtl. Kept. 28. The Athletics had to-day! Batnewelllnbandup to the ninth tuning, when the o.tiiiilaiis touched tin Hnwuiau rather freely and Wood inii.le a ouuple ot errors, which permitted the Ttsttom to tio the score, Uame vat callel ou account of darkuess. The scuru: iTitunr. t oostoi. n.l.r.o.i-K. a. J . p.o. a.. Wood. I. f a 2 10 a Hrown. e,f....o i a o 1 .McTKin'ny.c.f.l ti 1 O (t Duffy, r.f... ..1 3 0 0 0 I.arkln,ltb..O oil 0 1 Hroulhers. Ib.a a la o 1 Cruse, c 1 B 7 O 1 larrell, d b..,l 2 II 0 llallui'n. 2d b o 1 U a o Mriiker, adb.l 0 2 3 0 rurt'orfcn. . s.O 1 0 H o Itlchnrdsou.Lf.o 18 0 0 Huhey.3db.,0 oil O.Murthy, i- o 0310 Sanders, r, f...O 2 0 0 1 llulllnton, p, . o O II O Bowluau,b....l 10 4 0 ll'llrlen, p II 0 0 0 0 ' Uudford.B.l...O O 1 o o Total ..010271(1 bUolte.u. r 1 O O 0 O Totals A H27l2 2 Athletl 1 00010400-11 Bo.ton O 1 O 1 O 0 U 1 3-11 Karnod runs-Athletic, 3i noiton, 1. Tno-basehlte Crots, liroutlicrs, FarrelJ. Stolen bam Radford. Double playp Kurrell end llrnuthers: Howinan. llatl man. and Larkln. Flr.t baso on baU, Wood (2), Ijirklll. Corcoran. Muvey, ItailforJ III), struck out MuUey. Itowmau. liriiwn (21 Huniuton. wlldpltelies lluthutou, 2; Vowiuau. 1. Time 1.40. Cmpire-Ferguauu. MIIWALaSII.Uf lovistiixi, 2. MttwjCKta, Sept. 2S For flte limluiri to-day both pltcbera were ery edcrtle. After tLut the locals luuudud strattou Lord. The score i mnAiifr. I tocisnux. a.ln.ro.i.R. R.la.p.0. 4.K. narke, c. f...,.l 3 o o iinine.Lf 0 2 0 o O Shocb !..... .0 110 OW(Mer,o.f o 0 4 0 0 Cnaan,2db 1 2 2 2 2 Taylor. 1st b..l 0 13 (Id Dril)niple. 1. f.O O 2 o 0 .lenntUR-H,. a. s.O 12 4 0 rarui-y. 1st b..l 2 12 1 OWolt. r.f o 1 1 o 1 !ctrhr, r.r...2 2 3 1 OiKnelilie. 31 b..O 1 O 1 O Vnuvlui. u a 3 .'I O 0Sblunlck.2db.ll. O 2 8 O (irlm. 3db....l 2 14 o BriKKS. c 1 OHIO Uwyer, p o oio 1 stratum, p. ...u 1080 Total! J8U2414 "5 Totals .7 0 24 12 T Milwaukee 0 0 0 0 0 12 f-8 lV)UlsvlU O 0 0 0 10 0 1-2 Ttorned runs Milwaukee 7. Two-bnse lilt Letcher, rloiue runs Carney, Orim. stolen liases ilurke, Cane Kiin. Letcher, pontile plays Lt-tcher anil Curney; Str.it ton, Jeuulnus, nudTalor. ll.ues on balui-Hy Iwer, Hi by btrattou, 1. btruck out liy titration, 1, Time 1-.3J. WASniITGT0!T, fit aALTtKOBE. 1. WiinpiOTOx. Sept. 2S. Baltimore was unable to hit Foreman safely to-day, so the Senators bad little trouble In takitiK a ball from the visiters. Attiudauce, WXl. The score: WAStnOTOH. BAlTIMORn. su IS. PO. A. . li. la. p.o.A.v. Mojnliy.l. t...l .1 8 O, ll Wetch,2db....n 0 2 10 Donovan, r. f..l 2 2 o n Johnson, o. f..) o 1 o o Mcilulre, c.,.0 0 0 8 1 Wer.ten.Jbtb.U 111 o o Mcfnuley, lb..l 14 0 o Voiiiialhi.if,.o 1200 (Irlllln. o.r.....l 2 o O O OUbert.Ud b..l olio Him .1.2(11 0 2 2 1 (1 Walsh, s. O 1 2 ft 1 llattleld,lldb..o 114 1 Koblneon. c.o 1200 McLnnuh'u.s.sO o 8 1 1 Mc.Mahon, p...O 0 0 11 Foreman, p.... 1 O o o O MccJraw, r. f..u 0 0 0 0 Totl ."&" 021 U 0 Total! !l "ZiTil 2 Wasblnitton -.... 3 0 3 10 0 o C llaltunoro O 1 u 0 o o 01 Earned runs Wasblnitton, 3. stolen base Hatfield. Double play Wtil.li. elcb. and Werden. First base on belle OtI Foreman. U: off Uc.Mabon.l. lilt by pitched ball Otlbert, Foreman, MuUulre. Struck out lly Foreman. 0: by McMahnn, 1. Passed tiall Rnlilnsou. Wild pitch Foreman, Time 1:40. Umpire k'ertos. Buacball Games To-day, nsnoifAL txiouK. Iloston vs. New York, at lloston. ltrooklyn ts. riilludrlpbla, at Kastern Park. Cleveland AS. ChlcaKO. ut Cleveland. Pittsburgh vs. Cincinnati, nt I'lttsburgh. AVKIUCAir ASS0CIATI05. Athletic ts. Iloston. at Philadelphia. Washington vs. llaltlmore. at ashlngton. Xlasobull Notes, Ttra Reefe wlU pitch tolay, John T. AIcGlono, who has been playing In Omaha, has returned to Ins home iu llrookl u. A Constant Header The New York Club wrujd have been In second place by a smalt margin. 'IWt record would have been; Iow York. f,U3 J 1-103; Iloston, CtiaH. CoLl-Msr. Sent. 2H. The games scheduled for Colum bus on Thursday. Saturday, and Sunday nf next eok, wllU tho Milwaukee Club Here to-day transferred to the latter olty. The season will therefore dime in Milwaukee Instead of Columbus Iho chants was made ou account of the liberal offer or the Milwaukee management, Columbus receiving Lair the receipts for tho three games. Hosto. Sept. 2ft Mike Kelly was sued to-day for sev enteen' days beard at the luternational Hotel, but ho easily satisfied the Court tbat'be bad paid bis biU. and be was discharged. It seems that the furluer manager of the hotel baa been tirrosted on the charge of embcz rlemont, but It was not known how much money he bud stolen or uhat guests had paid. A charge was found agalii.t Kelly's name for seventeen day. und be woe asked to settle. He declared that he bad paid the former manager, and refused to pay anecoiid time. In court tolay be testified; "That's right. 1 lodged there ubout seventeen dne. but tho price was Sl.rio a day Instead of $2. I paid lteagansioou my return from KaltUnore, K'Gfor ttie room and $10 for some meals I had during my stay at the hotel." After arguments by both lawyers Judge i:iy said: "Enter Judgment for the deftudAUt." Kelly went off pleased with the decision It being his first casein our courts, and " Ksl'1 ihluki that Judge Kly would make a good umpire. Hilly llarnla IV 1 11 Slunage (ho Athletic. Ualtihori, Sept. 28. BUly Barilla has resigned the management of the Ualtimoro Jlassb&UClob. For some time Ilarnle has boeu dlsutiifled with the manago ment. claiming that he u continually Interfered with by limy Wok, the Vlre-Fresldent of the club, whom President Von der Ilorst sostaln.td in all he did. When, therefore, the Warner Bros, wade oterturosto tho veteran mauager, the latter look advautago of the opportunity, and at ouce accepted tlio proposition to manage the Athletics next season. He would have re mained with the llaltlmores uutll the prssent season closed had it not been for a controversy with Von der Uorst this morning, which ended iu his tendering his resignation, to take effect immediately. The oiub was scheduled to play In Washington to-day and left In charge of Troasurer Mandler. Ilarnle re mained here and gave tne following explanation of the ' rupture. He said that be had been hampered with all qlongby Walr, w bo. though owning only one share In the club, used an authority aod exerted an influence which neutralized bis plans. Ue also believed that It was the Intention of the management not to reengage hltu next season. In order to settle his fato bu says he told Mr. Von der Ilorst several days ago to let him know not later than yesterday what he projiusedAo do regurd tughlmseu. As the President made no overtures ho thought he was absolved from ail further allegiance, lvstbaturday. he says,onder Hprst dlt ectcd him to re lease llcaly, alsh, and O'Coaneu, He made objections at tho tlmo, but was overruled. He notified Healy of his release at once, ami the Utter llils moi slug called on Ilarnle for au explanation. Ilarnle referred lilm In Von der Ilorst. whom Healy hunted up, und In thu talk that followed claimed that there vi a clause In hie coutractetli tug bun ten da) a' grace. Von der Ilorst say Ilarnle reftrred Healy back to the mauager. who there upon became very angry. Nor was be mollified wheu the President upbraided nlm for sending Healy to blui. A lively Interchange of words folloHoa, which ended in Kami tendering bis resignation. on dtr llor.i ad vised htm to oonsider the matter, but Ilarnle lu. I. led on an Immediate acceptance, He says he will receive double the salary he has been getting. lr. You der Uorst's story diners, lie says Itnrulo's ac tion was a suiprlse to him. Ue denies very emphati I'uUr liJ.t Mr. ViuU Interfered with the clubmauage. ment In any way. and that only ouce did he accompany the tram, end that nag when lie relieved Mr, Pernio at the time the latter was eoloytug a vUeatlou. lie suya he told Mr. Ilurule when Hilly tendered his resignation that he was angry aud uctlug hastily, and that jiu should consider the matter lor twcuty.iieir hours. lianile, hnwevtr. bud Insisted on au luimediato acceptance. He (nought that the action was not taken on the spur of thu moment, bat that the llealy matter bed been sltriply used as a pretest. Mr. ouder Ilorst was very emphatic In his defence of Mr, MalK. who. lie said, bul been an entirely disinterested factor, and bad eorket to advance the clubs luteiv.ts, I though not receiving one penny for his services. Mr. Viiioicruoiit .a), lie has nol yet determined on a man- , eger for nest ) ear Ills believed that Loftus of t'ln uuiiall and 1 owe s of llocbe.ter would like to coluo l.erc, and that n. '. nitons ars now iu progress. Vioil. Atl'iiim In New IZiifflutid. ; Yank Adam., (I.o ch-impion linger shot rlayer, has ! been astonishing the billiard lovers of New P.ugland with his trick shot, for a fortnight past, lie played in liridgeport ou Kept. 22. u ben over 2.000 spectators aro reported to have Ulel to get into a room (net heldrAxi. Anatus has not )et raid what be thinks about a inatcli with Alax Mu)er, hi. ouugcr rival. llueelmll, ru-ti'i-ii I'm U, til (.1 1, .If, To-itnv. , r.r'.oVliu v I'' lua Ailoi .:i '-ue King. I couuty oprces tioiu kow. HriOgv ,o j it? .lis. COLUMBIA STUniSSTS IS X1W h'lttLD. KncoiiraiilnB l'rneprctn ftvf Their Football j:tevrn Tl la Heneon. Tfie candidates for the t dutnbla 'varsity and second eleven football teams found tho weather very uncom fortable for football practice at the Columbia Oval at Wllllamsbrtdse. on Saturday afternoon, when their in itial practlco game of this season was played. The number of men who responded to the call of Capt. Cbrystle was culto encouraging, While considerable of tho material Is as yet raw, there 1. a possibility of Co Intnblt gelling together a strong team, Kicking, punt; Ing, palng, and such mauuiuvres us falling ou the ban were linlulgeil In. . . Now that tho student, have their own grrtnnd upon which to train there con be no kissUj1 excuse Tor a weak team being put forth tills season. .1. M. Hewlett, lJ, M., the well-know u rootball player, will coach tho men. Ho Intend, il voting considerable time eacn week after the tlrst of the month to the shaping of the eleven. Ho believes that with the thorough support of the students the team will be enabled to retrieve honor lost by defeats nt thn hands of Princeton, W e,. lewin, rip.ceiii and orange Athletic clubs end other teams last e.v.on. Manager Hsson la arranging for matches with Vole. Princeton, Cornell. Vvcelcyan, Un. rcrslty of 1 euns) li aula. UulgU, Villliams nnd other CUAlreidya number of matches lyave been arranged, On Oct. el a game will be played vl(h tho St. Jdlin (;o. I.ve eleven t Fc.rdhauii (Vt. 14, with the Manhattan Alhlellol'tubtraoiatthet oiumbla oval; Oct. il, w Uli the Steven. Institute eleven at lloboken; Oct. 2S. vvltli lliitgerp College team at New llrunswlck, olid with tho Trliilly College men on Oct. ill at Vv minim bridge. Left sea.on the eleven did not play with any heart, con.iituently the playing was lint uniform. Hut an at tempt will be mado to niivlnte this trouble thla year. Special attention will lie paid to each Individual play, and It constant practice wlll'produce a strong team tbs Columbia eleven will lie a Ptronrr one this season. It Is eip.cted that great Interest will he manifested In the gnme after tho regular college opening on Oct. B. Tho second eleven will piny a match with the Llgler team on Vet. 10 at Newburgu, The Atblctlo Oullouk at tho C, C. N. T. The general atbletlo outlook is brighter at the 0.0. X. Y., than It has been for many years. The class of 'til was not what would be culled a good atbletlo class, so that they will not bo greatly missed, while new Ufa has been Infused luto all branches ot sport by the thou sand und odd new students, some of them of recognised atbletlo ability. As niuat, the strongest point will bs lacrosse, though effort ara belug made to successfully launch a football team on the field by the middle ot October. A new experiment lias been tried with tha lacrosse team this year, and all are anxiously awaiting tho result. For the last mouth or po, ever ilnco the middle of July. Capt. Oreenbaum ha been training new material for tbl year's team.su that they have hadaiuonth of practice more than tho other college teams, and at pre.eut are In lltst-class condition. Cant, oreehbaum has bad tlio assistance or the Nelsun broth ers. 'PO; Curry, 'SH, aud Hroun, 'nil. In training this year's team. And he conlldentiy asserts that this I! the test team the C. C. N. Y., has bad In many yours. A second team lias also been formed, und lnter-class matches will anon be Injinler. Tho team will probably bo ronstHuted as follows: II. Itleo, goal; L. II Ulnsburg, tiulut: II. Mitchell, cover point; II. Itlco. tlrst detour; r. White, second defence; VI. Oppenheltn. third defence; ,. Howman, centre; u. F. Halorloua. third attack; li. Sp.ihr, second attack; J. Oreenbaum, first uttnek: C. Smith, outside home; K. Magutre, tnilde home, with the follow tug men for substitute. J. Uo-i-nswolg. I' II. Tracy. J. White. Jr.. J. Smith, and K. Hldercr. They played their tlrst game of the eeason against the Boiling Spring A. O. of Itutherfurd, N. J. on Saturday last, and (aslly defeated them by ll goals to 1, (ianies will bo arranged with all tho leading athletic, club and col lege, having lacrosse teams, and Altogether tho lacrosse prospects tit the 0. 0. '. X. are very bright. On Sept. 25 tho lacrosse association bald Its first meeting of the season and elected the following olllcer for thu ensuing year: U. Hire, President; J. V ulte. Jr.. Vice-President: (t. H. Tracy. Secretory: L. H. Ulnsburg. Treasurer; F. 1;. Perham. Tutor. Miteiietl, who was the father ot lacrosse In the college, and -who has surcess lully managed tho team since It was nr.t organised, declined tnegalu accept tho otllceof manager, a hi college duties will consume all bis available time. Tutor Perham was then elected to fill bis place. The lootbnll prospects are not as bright as they were at the opeulug of last season. The following members of lust year's toam have graduated: W. V. Kelly, J. J. K. Ilscki'tt, J. Curry, and vv. II, Callahan. This leave tour big holes tn the line which "wilt be very difficult to successtuUy 1111. Practise will begin the latter part of the week, and games wilt be urranged with Ponlhain, ltittgerp, and oilier prominent colleges, also with tho New York aud Manhattan Athletto Ctub-. The Cross-country Association held a meetlnr yester day nrternoon and u-icteil the following ottlcers: Cui tain, W. eeufert. 'P2i Lleutenant-Captaln. K. it. Ma gulre, Mi8; hecretary, O. on lllllobruudt. '(i3: Treas urer, A. Kruckner. '113. Thu association also resolved to Join the National Cro.s-cnuutry Assoetatlon of America some time after Oct. 1. Another meetimr will b hell eu Friday. Outlook nt the I'nlveralty or Fenneylvsualsx. Puiladklthia, Sept. 28. On Thursday at 10 A. M. another summer vacation will have become a thing of the past, for at that hour "Old Penn' will throw open wide her lortnls and welcome to her midst her l.oOO followers. But her athletes are tho ones to call atten tion to. This being the football suason it claims the first Attention. When Capt. Kdgar It. Church. 'K2, arrived iu Pulladelphta ou Monday the first thing he did was to post a notice In the dressing rooms of tho team to re port on the university grounds for preliminary practice otv the following Thursday. Not many turned op and they were mainly new men. However, they were put right to work to see what they aro made of, of laet v ears' team Thayer, Church. Camp, Vail, Adama. Thorn iou. Grltllths, and Bowser will return. Parragh. the big first baseman, has signified his Intention of trying fur the team, aud h ought to make a strong guiuxl. Sypher. a law student who nla) d ou the team four year. ego. wlU also be a candidate. Jnst now no one seeius wlUIng to undertake the management of the team. A. Ll. Whiting, who has managed the baseball team for three years, and who would make n very ertl rlent manager, was wanted for the place, but he de clined. Capt. Church Is acting manager now, and 1 making many date, for gamea. Among the entries for this-, ear are: King, ex-pltcher of Princeton, and Kalboob, from Ur.lnus College, also a t wirier: Abbott, Bergen, Bayno, Lelper. Davis, and Curmody. Field and track athletic are something tho university has quite neglected or late years. Forth last t ho years Swarthmore has won the championship cup of the State Intercollegiate Athletic Association. There la no excuse for this. Pennsylvania has men enough to supply her baseball teams and sllll make a creditable showing on tho track. Although the nnlver slty had a strong crew lat year. It Is deemed best to drop row ing from thu roU of sj-orts for a year or so. Kicking on Jarile Field. CAMBitrnor, Sept. 28. The first real work and practice of the candidates for the Harvard football eleven began this afternoon. There wero sixty-five men on the Held. Marshall Newall who, as a tre.hman, last year won tho distinction of beginning hi atbletlo career at Harvard on a winning football team and a victorious ere w. found a warm welcome. 6o did Pan Shea, a classmate of Nowell's. who has the stuff In him tomake a tackle. Ue will bo able to play after All. as his marks In lost year's studies have been found satisfactory Anew roan, who came out to-duy for the flrss time In a Harvard Jersey, is Manning, a young fellow from Manchester, who looks Mg enough to play football. Ho was tried ut guard to duy. Vail, ono of last June's winners at New Loudon. al-.o presented Limself. Ho was one of the biggest men on the field, weighing about IHO pounds. Capt. TrAtrord picked out two elevons and lined them up for a little genuine football, but tho weather was bo warm thut alter fifteen minutes' playJarvlB Held looked a though a compauy had faueu Ju battle. Te.enty.rtve pulling football enthusiast! lay stretched on the grata pantlug for breath. First Practice Osune at Prlncetom. Pwwno.i, Bept. 28. Capt. Warren Issued a nolle this morning calling for more f ootbaU candidates, and requesting a portion of the player to pracll at noon aud the remainder to come out at 61'. M. Owing to a lack of coaches Warren found this nevv plan necessary as he could not attend to all tho men at the same tlmo himself. In the evening two eleven were lined up, and the first praetloe game of the season waa played. 7 ho game lasted only twenty minutes, and nellher team could scoro. Johnny Poe caused great enthus iasm durlog tho entire gamu. Twice he got the ball and he dodged und wriggled through the entire team. It Is a furegone conclusion that tie will be on ot the backs this year. Vincent, llomans, and Wood did some excellent running, taekling, and kicking. Onrlng the feme Vincent got his faco cut and bad to retire. It Is nought he Is safe for on of thu ad. The work of the rush lines was very poor. A series of baseball games for the class eharaplenshJp wn. commenced this afternoon by the seniors beating tho freshmen by U to B. At Dickinson Collect. Caaliilb, I'a.. Sept 28. McCrea ot Dickinson College ha. been appointed by the athletto organisation of that Institution to visit Ilarrlsbnrg aud attend a meeting of delegates ot the league of college football teams, and to assist lu the matter of arranging dates for games durl ng the present season. The Utr kluson team promise to be unusually strong this seasou. Jtntcem to Open the Heuson on Ssvtnrilsvy. Na Bsimswicx, Sept. 28. The Rutgers College foot ball team, which 1 being trained hy Capt. Brett, will open the season on Saturday at X'rlnceton with th team from that college. They bsve a number of chal lenges on hand, and hop to give a good account ot themselves. The Fordhsvns t'olles; Football Teans In tiood Hands, Tbs Fordham Collage ttom will play a praetloe gam with the New York Athletic football eleven on the col lege campus tonloy. The college eleven Is In the bands orWarteinii.ir, the famous quarter back ot th Yale tiaui of lb.SH. jaormmxTa of Tin: nom.nns. Athletic Ilovvlluu l.cmtuo Meeting;, Another meeting of the Athletic Howling League was held at the Astor House last evening, the following delegates being prcseut Manhattan A. 0 Warren Sage; Now York A. 0., Max More; Staten island A, C J, 11, W, Cole; Jersey City A. (!., K. hchulti; Monte lair A. 0.. It. M. llovd. Jr ; North i:nd. A. II. Hopper; Itascvtlle A. A.. 0. II. Taylor. The Oraugo A V. stain failed to send a representative, aud It was decided to uotify thsui.'and If an answer is not received by next Saturday the Astoria A. C will lie admitted to till the vatanoy. Another meeting will be held tioxt Monday, when the schedule w IU bo acted on. Isowllne Gossip, The Crescent Howling Club has started on It twelfth se.isun.aud hiji bowl every Frlda) ulghton the circle ' ullejs, llflv-elghth street and Eighth avenue. The . oit.iers fortne euiutnx year arei il, M. Ilro"ki, Presi dent, T. Tliedford, Vice-President; J. W. Mcduckln. secretary; C. W. Miller. Treasurtr, and J. A. Held. Capl tain. Among Its members are J, A. Held. L. K. Abry. n V, Shaw, and Max li. More, who aavo eaoh won the chauipiousulp of the New York Atbletlo Club. Murker "Wins the Checker Match. tZEH CniCAi.o, Fept 28.-1110 checker championship games, tviiuty-llve lu all, with Allien openings, were con. elude I this evening In the rooms of the Chicago Chess und Checker Club. Two games vrt ro putyed during the day. Iho first was drawn and llurker nontbe secoud it Is the httrside and a Dmideu opening. I mal score; llarl i r n, Kuril, o. drawn, 21 i Inn s 1' Har..i.r of lo s m the Hlnntroflhe tour. ii.i ut dtfi.it. J P. itceiot laisf.iy lurapuneof HI.IIOO, ' POKTCUESTER'kS SEABREEZE the nwrim TimEB-rn.in-oi.n Ay easv ncion at aiiAVKSEsn. He had Nothing- to Ileat. and Won In a Costs men Canter - Homer Vanquishes slndse Morrow and I'essnrsv, and Terrlfler Gal lops Away from nermuda A Jtace for HI. CiirnluH Illxle llowns Civil Hervlce and Loads Ioas; Odds fbr Mer Baekera Old Hones In tho Van Mr, I.orlllsrd Pays SIS.OOO fur llulnty I.n Tosco. The altondanco at Qravosond yostorday afternoon must havo boon gratifying; to tho Brooklyn Jockey Club management, about 4,500 porsons witnessing six racos, including tho Boabroozo Htukus tor throo-yeur-olds, at ono mllo and a slztoonth. Tho Jockey Club has boon blossod with superb wcathorovor sinco tho oponlng day, and when on Wednes day night tho moBt successful mooting of tho club's history will bo at nn end, thero should bo a largo halunco on tlio right sldo. Tho old fight with tho city pool rooms was continued yostorday, tho followers ot Bo Lacy securing tlio Information as host thoy could. Tho mon on tho.tolograph polos waved tholr mnny oolorod flags incossantly, and appeared to got tho wlnnor of each raoo la good shapo through Uto modlum ot tho signal code. Portohostor was naturally a favorite with tlio publlo for tho Scabrqor.0 Stakos. as ho out classed his field greatly. Still tho Lakeland pair, Willie L. and John Cavanagh, had ad mtrurs. and Luulla B. was played hy a select contingent to overthrow tlio entire party. John Cavanagh wont away at a groat clip, and, with Lepontoln seoond ploco. showed tho way to tho turn for homo, where Daly's colt had enough and dropped back boaton. WilUo L. took seo ond place turning Into tho home.trotoh, and for n moment It looked as though Lakelanti's entry would run first and second. Onco squared away for homo, howovor, Blmms sent I'ortchoBtor nlong, and tlio Dwyor eolt drow nway ttt his case, and gallopod homo the cail-et-tof winners, two lengths hoforo VIrglo, who, uu usual, carao with a rush tn tho llnal furlong and beat John (.'avanugh vory oluvorly for soo ond placo. willto I... who has shown gamo nes us woll as speed In aomo of his previous races, cut it yootordny when tho critical tflst citmo. LuellaB.. who was under a stout pull for soven furlongs, was fourth, and will do to piny again. Bermuda was favoriUi at odds on for tho opening dash at ono and ono-sixtoenth miles. Pred 'lnral havlttu tho mount. Tho colt got nway hndly. and was in a pocket almost thn entire journey. Tlio raco proved a good thing for tlml vory much improved thron-yoar-olil Torrlller. who was In front from tho fall of tho flag. Bermuda showed u lot of speed lu tho homostretoh, and. passing Mabel (Jlonn In the final hundred yards, secured seooud money. Judgo Morrow was a top-heavy favorite for tho handicap ut a ititlo and u quarter at tho opening of tho betting, but so much monoy went on Possara that tho throo-year-old sold nn almost equal terms with tho Morris chnm- filonatthoiiost. Uomer spoiled nil caloula lons by moving up very rapidly In tho hsmo stretch and winning handily, while Pessara beat Morrow for seoond monoy. Longford had a few followers, but he wasn t dangerous In tho lust quarter of a mllo. Tlio third raoe, for maiden two-yoar-olds nt flvo furlongs, was quite n good betting evont, tho Bwyer colt Bt. Carolus closing favorlto. Thn giant brothor to Bt. Carlo, woll rlddon bySimms. had no groat difficulty In winning by a length from tho Brlta colt, who Just boat tho Ttanoocas Farm's Delusion. A big field ot fast sprinters went to tho post for tlio fifth raoo at llvo furlongs, with Civil Borvloo tho warmest kind of fnvorlto. Tho Western mare Dlxie,owned In part by Bertram Wobf-tor. now In the Tombs awaiting trial for tlio killing of (loodwin. got away In tho front rank. and. making all tho running, won by a short neck from Bustood, who beat Civil Service a head for second monoy. At ono time as much ns 30 to 1 could tio had against tho winner, and somebody backed her down to 15 and 12 to 1. It doesn't take much money on a 20 to 1 shot to win a fortune. Civil Survloo is vory shaky, iiudthotimo, 1:01!.. shows that tho clip was as warm as anybody s horse cares to race ovor tlio Oravesond course. Bacnlnnd was a grout favorlto at odds on for tho final event at a mile, nnd, waiting on tho others for six furlongs, Taral mado suro of tho monoy by sending Old Bones along In tho homostroteh. winning In a romp. Cerberus was second and Versatile third. Lillian was' paeomnker for thrco-nuartsrs of a mllo. Mr. Plorro Lorillardhns bought thn famous threo-ycar-okl fllly La Tosca, by St Blaiso out of Toucques. from tho Bchuylklll Stable, Prico 815.000, und no more, all reports to the con trary. La Tosca cost the jlough Brothers fl, '1.000 last February at tho Belmont sale, and she more than won herself out tlii.Tsoason. Tho summaries of tlio raoes follow: ttie nnsT hack. A sweepstakes ot $20 each, for tbree-year-oldi and up ward thut have run and not won at this meeting, with 11,000 added, ot which 2oO to second and $100 to third; one mile and a sixteenth. J. A. A A. II. Morris's b. o. Terrlfler, 8, by Alarm Bon- nella. l(x)fLlttletletd) 1 II. McClelland b. o. Bermuda, a, IIS (Taral) 3 A. Thompson', b. f. Mabel lilenn. 4. 10 (Sims) a Kitty T., Milt Young, Ikilla Ulackborn, India Bubber, The oheriff, and'Lady rulstf er also ran. Time. i-AHH. netting Fit to on Ucrmuda, 8tol against Terrl fler, into 1 Mabel Olenn, lft to 1 India Rubber and Lady I'ulslfer. 20 to 1 Kitty T.. Milt Yonng, and Tulle lllaok burn, 100 to 1 The Sheriff. Uotual paid $24.25, $t).0. fU.uO. Tint SECOND IIACE. A handicap sweepstakes of $2( each, or Sr If de clared, with $1,000 added, of which $200 to second and $100 to third; six declared; one mile and a quarter. 1, L. Kamsdell'B b. c. Uomer, 3, by Shannon Sail! rvirdner. 107 (Llttlerleld) 1 Walcott t Campbell's b. o. Pessara. a. 112 (Taral) a O. H. Morris's b. e. Judge Morrow, 4, lis (Covington)., s Lougford and St. John also rn. Time. 2.00. Petting Six to ft against Judge Morrow, 4 to 1 Long ford. 7 to 1 Homer, 12 toft Pessara, 50 to 1 8t, John. Mutual paid MliO. $17.20, $7.86. TTIE THIRD HACK. A iweenstak-es of $20 eaoh for maiden tw-o-ycar-olda. with $1,000 added, ot which $200 second and $100 to third; Ave furlongs. P. J. Dwyer'aich. o. fit. Carolus. by St. mats Carina. oa (SimmsV. 1 o. rorbes's ch. c. dam Drlta, 103 (McDonald) a Itancocas Stable's ch. f. Delusion, 103 (Lambly) 8 Itio urande, Vernon, Pickpocket, Halbrlggan, Rsd wood, Canvass. Faux Pas colt,,CUntr C Padre, Fen way, Fassstt, Onager (Ulft oolt), and Malisl.B. Fomeroy also ran. Time, 1:08),'. Betting Two to one against St, Carolus and PJo Grande, 5 to 1 Clloty C. aud Delusion and Padre con- Tied, U to 1 Pickpocket, 8 to 1 Canvass and Panway, i) to 1 Vernon, faux Pas colt, Palbrlggan. and Onager, lft tn 1 BrIU colt. 20tol Redwood and Faasett, 40 to 1 Mabel II. I'oiuejoy. Mutual paid $17.15, $10.2(3, $12.40. THE FOUBTIl HACK. The Beabreece. Stakes for three-yeAr-olda, $R0 each. $16 ft., with 11.260 added, of which $200 to eecondand $100 to third; winner to be sold at auction fcr $5,000; One mile and a sixteenth. 1'. J.Dwyer iBon's b. n. Portchsstsr. by Falsstto Semper Vlve,.JOH (Slmms) 1 n.IiraUley'Bb.f.Vlrgle,i5i(W. Mldgley) ; 2 W. Lakeland' eh. g. John Cavanagh, Ion (Dorsey)..., B Luella D. Willi L, Cells, Lepanto, and Tearl also ran. Time. 1:40W. Petting Bv&n money l'ortchester, 8 to 1 Willie L, B to 1 Luella U.. 0 to 1 John Cavanagh. H to 1 Cell. 10 to 1 Vlrgle. 12 to 1 Leruinto, 15 to 1 Tearless. Mutual paid $10.iB, $7.00. $20.66. the nrrn juce. A selling sweepstakes of $20 each, for three-year-olds, with $1,000 added, of which $200 to second and tlio to third; winner to he sold at auction for $1,600; five furlongs. Khaftan Stable' b. m. Dixie, 6, by HoIIsnry Babe, 107 (lllake) , 1 W. II. Jennings' ch.e. Iliteed, 4, 110 (Llttlefleld).... 2 W, C. Daly's b. o. civil Service, 4, 110 (Lambly) . a Nt, Charles. Arab. Hold Dollar, Volunteer II, Erlklna, and Ureylock alio ran. Tlme.liOlM. nettlrur-Tnto7onOlvll Servle. 4tolsaralnst Bt. CharlesTlO to 1 Busteed and Oeld hollar, 15 to 1 Dixie, 20 to 1 Volunteer II, RO to 1 Krikfna, 40 to 1 Orsrlock. M uttull paid 181.50, $44.40, WV-fcO. THE SUTH 1U0X. A hsavy handloan sweepstake! of $20 each, or $5 If declared, wljh $1,000 added, ot which $200 to seoond aud $100 to third; aeven declared: one mile. XI. F. Dwyer'i b. g. Kaccland, aged, by Ulllett-Calomsl, JROlTaral) 1 0. It. Morris's hr. g. Cerberus. 0. 107 (Covington) 2 W. Ilendrio'sh.o.varsallle, A. 110(Shur) 8 Lillian aud Ban Chl.f also ran. Time, 1 :44. netting Three to 1 on Itaceland, 8 to 1 against Ban Chief. 7 to 1 Cerberus, lr, tn 1 LIUlan and Versatile. Mutual! paid $7, $0.16, $U,16. The Nnmker of Knlrlrs for Graveeend To day. Tho entries for tho racos to b run to day nt (iravceend aro In number as fol lows: Tirst race, ton: second raoo, throe: third raoe, seven: fourth raco, nine; fifth race (Nob tuno stable), nluo; Bixth race, nine. The Winners at Garfield I'nrat. Cn icon, Kept. 28. The following are the result of th racing at Uartteld Park to-day: First Ilece-Flve-elghths ot a rolls. Miss Kelson wen, Happy Hay second, Holy Holy, third. Time, 1 :02. Second Race Three-quarter of atnlle. Fan King won, Bankrupt second, Lakevlew third. Time, 1 :H- Third flace One and one-eighth roll!. Pead hsst be tween Martin Rutssll sad Ooodby, Signature third. Time. l'ftSM. , Hun Of! Russell won. Time, 2.01, Fourth Race Mile and a slxteruth, match race. Er nest won, Vau Huron second. Time, l:4bll. Fifth Race Mile and a sixteenth. Forerunner won, Kill urado second. Joe Carter ttitrd. Time, 1 :fO. Mxth Race one mile. Oorman won, Tom Roach isc oud, Julius Sax third. Time, l:4lK. seventh Race rireelghths or a mile, inclusion won, Msggie 11. second, Long llroeck, third. Time, 1 .03, O. Carleton Brown, chief conrul of the New Jersey division ot the League of American Wkeeltuen. has ap pointed Mexirs r (i Wlese. I) 0 Miller, L. fluke. W ,v Druhbli., and W II Ulnar J a committee to uoml I uutvUIUiuiuoHictrs. ' -. J. .... . ItACISO AT ZATOXIA. The Talent were Ttlcht lu Poor Kaees Tes te rday. Cinctnnin, Sept. 3rl.-Th talent plcksd four of th tit winners at Latonla to-day, white a loaf shot and a wl played second favorite won. the rsrualnlng purses on th card. The weather was clear and warm, th it tendance 3,000, and the track fast. The opening race, a selling purse at one mils, bad ill starteri. Prospect was the favorite .at 2 to 1, but tie finished nnplared, the 3 to 1 chance Brutus, 102, Free pian np. winning In a driving flnlsh-ioti' the pest by a bead from tho a in 1 shot sight Drsft,.who beat Virgin 11. a length for second place. Time, 1.45. The tulle and twenty yanli sellisg purse had Cam for an H to ft favorite, but he was beatsn ahead uu the tost In a red-hot' finish bv the twn-year-otd Prince of lark nen, H7, ridden hr llulelirll. who waa a to 1 In the betting. Royal Uarter finishing third, a length oft. Time, 'in the mile and seventy yards purse, F.ll Klndlg, 07, piloted by Kunzr. w ound up favorite at 6 to 2. aud be got home half alength In rmnttifthe 12 to 1 choice, col. nbeatley, who finished a length and a half before Hopeful. Time, 1 :tlW. IjiiI summer Klndlg sold for $S00. and he now goes on recurd as one of the cheapest borsus of the year. He has won two races hem and flnnhed second twice. TJie four-and-A half furlong two-yetr-old purse had K. iw 1 Id. piloted by J, Porter, for favorite at 2 to 1 . she got home with good riding a length and a half In front ot the M to 1 shot, Anulo Irwin. Dearest was third. Time, o r.x. Tho five furlong purse for maiden two-year-olds had tenttnrtcra. The Alarm tllly, Alary, ltx). Utntiay up, was an H toft favorite, and .lie won by a length and a halt from the Hi to 1 chance, Dixie V, who a a length In Iront of the Queen. Time, LonV. The last half of the split mile selling purse, the first half of which was the opening race, ended the day racing. It prov ed a handy victory for the 8 to 6 favor ite, Hon Air, 10H, ridden by 11. fenny, who won hy a length rrom the 7 to 1 shot, Tho Turk, who beat Portu guese three lengths for the place. It cost his owners, One of whom Is Jockey Overton, $026 to wtu the ;) turse, he being run up that much over S00. hit en auc price. Time. 1:42k. Chlcaco's Rsvee Track Wavr. Cstcioo, Sept, 28. Contrary to expectation there wsre no arrests of Jockeys nor owner at th UartUld Park race course to-day as promised by ex-CUy Prose eutlng-Altorney Crawford on Saturday. Immunity from arrest today, howivor, doe! not mean that the fight Inaugurated against M. C, McDonald and the Han kin crowd, w ho own the track, has been abandoned. On the contrary, It will be continued with great bit terness by the liquor dealers ot Chicago, wholesale and retail, who hvve eet up the wall that since the opening of the track their profit! have dwindled toan alarming extent, their best patrons who formerly spent money freely now being victims ot the pool box aud In a ehrpnlc. state ot ItntvecunloBity. All action Is listed upon an old ordinance providing that nn racing will b permitted within 400 feet of a park or boulevard, the Uartleld track coming wltbln that limit. hen Kd Cnrrlgan, tho pugnacious westeru turfman, we. running Iho Hawthorne Course ha sought to enjoin llankln. and his friends from running at liar field, and one of the roAson! he advanced was that to permit racing there would be a direct violation of the park ordinance. Judge Tuley dismissed the Injunction iiroceedings. aud It Is probable that the Justice of the 1'eace who tries the loeke)s who have already been ar rested will give tho Tuley decision much weight, which would defeat the saloonkeepers, Corrlgaittls taking nn active part In the light, but there Is no doubt that, while Bitting Idly hy and enjoying the fun. he Is giving the Honor men hli moral support. If they fall he and hi partner Jo I'lltuun have a little scheme which may have better re sults. They have Incorporated the ''Bcllpse Racing Association," and will operate a dummy track In the heart of the city, running dummy races, and selling pools on the Ka.tern and southern events. If they are not disturbed they will materially affect the attendance at (larriclil Park, and at tho same time make money on their foreign books. If they are stopped by the courts they will seek to make the decision against them apply tn the bona fide race course a. well, and thus attain their object of closing up the McDonald-Hanklni enter prise. The Winner at Oloueester. OiorcisTiB, N.J, Bept. 28. Today' events resulted a followst First Race Four and a half furlongs. Lomax won, Fenxancc second. Nettle third. Time. O.G7M. Second Race Three-quarters of a mile. Flattery won. Jessica second, Franks, third. Time, 1 ISM Third Raco due mile. A. O. 11. wun, Flemlngtoa second, J ul,i il, third. Time. 1:4S. Fourth Race one and an eighth miles. Mlddlestone won. Douamau second. Tattler (bird. Time,' l:51it- Fifth Race hi : and a half furlongs. Joe .Courtney won. Radiant second. Flambeau third. Time, 1:'J4U. sixth Race Tb ree-quurtersof a mile. Little Addle wen. Blackburn second. Dr. Ilelmuth third. Time, ltl7M. PABK11LLM FAItM NOTES. Thistle Fares a Half In liO 1.4-Mr.SknlU to Hell Hone of Ills Ilorssa. Thero Isn't a finer spot within twonty-flvo miles of tlio motropolls those bright Boptem ber days than the Parkvlllo Farm, whero Mr. John II. Bhulti has several hundred head ot tho most choicely bred trotters In the land. Thoro Is lots of spood at tho plaoo. too, tho flvo-yoar-old horso Tblstlo, by Kidney, out of Fernleaf, by Tlaxtall. pacing a half mllo for Johnny Drlscoll tho other morning in 1:04m. This is quite a clip for a young horso. and tho black follow is bound to lie a factor In the i!:'20 pacing class next yoir. Perndalo. tho yearling beauty by Slmmocolon, out of Thlstlo'a dam. Is ono of tho attractions of tho farm. Bhe coughod some after being brought home from Clovoland, hut (Superintendent Bheritt say that she Is all tight now. The promising young four-year-old Panls. 2:dl, by PancnitHt out of Slsttlo Uraham, was bred at l'arlu'lllo, but Is now tho property of Mr. Lawson. son-in-law of Mr. J. H. Bhulto, Panls trotted to Ills record nt Poughkeopsle the first tlmo ho uppoarod in publlo, winning tho first heat of a hotly contested race In tliut tlmo. It Is Mr. fihults's Intention to sail thlrty-flva hand of splendid horses at Messrs. Van Tag sell A- Kearney's on Friday next at 10 A. M. Among tho lot aro several splondld matched pulrs, hlgli-iictlimod carriage horses, desirable roadsters, mid a few trotters, among them a mure that can trol inUsao. At the same time Mr. Bhultswill offer llvo hacknoys. Including the Imported miiroButtoreup. formerly owned by Mr. A. J. Cussatt of Philadelphia. Trotting; nt the Inter-State Fair. Trenton. Sopt 2a Tho Intor-Stata Fair opened to-day and 5,000 persons wera In at tendance. Tho exhibition buildings aro filled with tho handsome speclmons of mochanlcal arts and agricultural products, and aver 100 trotters nnd pacors aro In tho stalls to take part In tho turf contests. Tho fair will con tinue until Friday evening. Thursday will bo Governors' day, when 50,000 people, more or loss, will visit tho grounds. Tho Breed con tests begin each day at 1 o'clock. Following Is a summary of to-day's events: 2:37 class, trotting; puree $400, W. II. Lockwood'sa. g. I'lckett 1 l 1 T.C. Livingston's b.s. Favor Wilkes...- i i g W. H. Konover'e g. in. Annie K ..4 8 3 8.0. Flarrity's b. g. Royal Monaroh 8 8 8 harlss Wooley'sb. g. Major , 6 8 0 H. R.Clark's o. g. Claudius M,...T 4 J. II. Mciiurk' blk. m.0rac Medium, 0 6 ft Sam F.llls'sb. g. Samt! ,,..8 p 0 y. M.Dodge's g.m. Lady Hambrlno ...U 7 7 Tltne-2 .30, 2 :2uL 2 :82. Four-year-old class, trotting; purse $400. S. Oulnleu'a b. s. 1'rMto , v 1 1 1 A. Fowler's br. s. Bravado ,T 8 2 5 L. B. RMsdon's br. a. Brother O 4 8 2 11. C. Jewett at Co.'s b. a. Favora...,, ,,.,2 4 4 Tlme-2:2ll. 2:28. 4:25. 8:R0cls. trotting; nurse $250. Oakgrove stud Farm's V s. Nevara 1 111 Jacob Mengel'sh.m. Maud M 1 8 8 2 F, M. Dodge b. s. Indian ...8 $ t a J. U. PlattYb. e, Madison ,t.-,.dU. Tiin-2iSS)4 2;3d4 2:40. 3:&8)i, John Crombongls Will Not Tsskej MMHO fbr llelsnarch. BumtnHOTOii, Bspt. 28. John Crombongh of thll city li the owner ot Deunarch, th stallion who trotted a mile last Saturday at Cambridge City, Ind , In 2:12. To day he refused Uitdd Doble' offer of $35,800 for the stallion, Helmarch wa foaled at Fisher Switch, ind. lnJH84. sir Msmbrlno, 2:21!4. dam by (Jeers Wltkss. Crombaugh paid $1,500 for him In 188. ". Csxaoes ssnd Caaolns;. Saturday, Sept. 28. was th date chosen for the sslltng ot the first race of the season for toe Knickerbocker Canoe club sailing trophy. Several contestants were on band, but Just before the starting time' tbe wind fell completely aud by mutual consent, the race wa tnstponed. Two paddling races ware held during the fternoon. The tint had only two entries, while the other had Ave. W. L. Dudley beat E. ll. Valdon In the first race, and In the latter race Mr. Yalden was th wlnnr, with Hents second and W. L. Dudley third. Both raoe were for open canoei with ilngleblade paddles. Arrangements are progressing forth Hudson River meet under tbe auspices of tbe Knickerbocker Canoe Club, which will be opened formally on Friday, Oct. 2. Kgg Heath, the site chosen, Is a beautiful location on the west shoro of the river, directly opposite Mount st. Vincent. Ihere is an excellent beach for the landing of boats and tho safe keeping of the canoes In camp Messrs. Jatues K. Hand, William Lawrence Dudley, and , John L. neatun of tbe Knickerbocker Canoe Club aro tbe committee on arrangements and are making ex tensive preparations to hare this local meet a roaring success. On Sunday the following gentlemen accom panied the committee to the catup site on Mr. Cum intug!'! launch and Bpent tbe day in preparing tie K rounds: ll.L. Quick. Daniel OoodisU, Wiuiata Hoi rook. W.ILllavlUnd. F..V. M.steri. 7. Moffitt. anil Jerome Simpson of tbe Ynnktrs Canoe Club: J. 11 Hand. W.I. Dudley. F.O.Moore, K.p. Orlffen J. p O'Shea, and E. Cummlngs ot the Knickerbocker Canoe Club; 11.8. Farmer and (leorge Metao ot tbe lanthe Canoe Club. Tito programme consists of the followta eventst Senior sailing raoe. Junior calling race, pail dltugrace, tandem naddllug race, upt and hurry scurry rare combined, toumameut. Toe graudest alialr of themes! will be the camprtr on Ssturday night to whlcE all A. C. A. cauolst are Invited '.",uv' The Marine and Field Club will hold IU fall regatta en Saturday, Oct, 10, off rhe club house at Uraveesnd Hay This event will probably be the lailof the large regattas Ibis season, end th following racing men are to be on band aud compete fur tbe prices: Paul Butler and David Ucddard ot the Vesper Canoe Club, Jewell. Ms..: vv. h Elliott, NVm. w interlnghom. F. L. DunneU f . K. I.. Bar.' rlngton, II. II. smytbe, Vf. W. Howard, b. J, Stevens fesuylsr FcbltTelln, tl. II. Vsoi, Wm. Whltlook. I, b aimer, 11. L. Quick, Theodore S.Oxholro. E. O. Knaon Oto, P, Douglass, r. 0, Moorepd W, L.i)udley, Wheella: Gossip. F. W. Adami of Monrosvllls, 0, ha keen declared a professional. The Rutherford Whe!tmn,win hold a nrlM of game! on election day, ' The Peerless Bicycle CTub'of Brooklyn will bold a ran to Youkers on Sunday, - W. W Windle will bet rid it Ihe Rlrsrsldl Wheal msu races on Saturday, The Hudson County iwjreelmen have fee'ttled to ad mit ladies tu membership lu the club. The Adjourned mi eilng of the New York Hlryrle Club from la,l eduesluy ev inln.' wlU bo held this ev cnlug. wxcxwir AVD W.T WW A Mats th BnrprlMil t HvdU FrsV tsrs.ll. Th long dliputed quMtlon of laperlortty betwtM th$ rival teams, John Connori a1 IXnnli Sit on on lid, and (leorg! Hsnley and MJur John Carmedy nn the olher, has at last been settled and to the satlsfaellon of ever) body. The decision wai reaehed upon " f luh day at the Brooklyn Handball Clnb' oonrt. and tho popular ity of the contosUnli brouglit out apaoked galliry. The match wa! for $10 !lils, and vv. tbe oOBdof srles played between th! teams. The first enti, plydorn, three er four weeks ago. was an easjrvlo. lory for Connori and shea, but then It cn truly be laid that th veteran llauley was fr from being In form. lnth derisive rnaleh, however, every man showed oplnthefneitepodlllos. Both teams were confident, and to those who know the men well It was a toss-up M to what pair would win, and to result continued ton an enigma until near the end. It wai one of tha belt contested game ot the eon, although there wi not much general playing ihown. lervlce being tbe chief festnrs. Connors and Rhea proved too trnng for the veteran llanlsy and partner In this "rtlenlar. bnl llvj latter made a game fight. They lost the Mr .and third games by a single ace. and after having the advantage of both band! In to secure a victory, The icore tn each ot these games stood" 20 all." ...-il. The heavy work nf the match devolved upon tlanhir and Shea, th former playing In the ."' ""rj throughout the four games, and Hheadli llkeirlielu. threegamsi. Thi losers manfully acknowledged thelrln fcrlorlly at the go-aeyou-plevse style of idaylng, but they claim tn ha able to beat their orponen s under the new rules, and will make a match at any time (or $20 a aide. The score of the last matets wast Connors and Rhea 21 if J1 J-I8 HanleyandCaauody 20 M 20 1478 Champion Phil Oay and th amateur champion. James liunn. Jr wir In the very heit of playlnf humor nn club daf ' at hi Brooklyn Club's court, and the reult wai thaVDr. Phlf irollb slid, John, Malcolni wer computed tn bow to th. ineviubl. Vt. Smftb played a superior game. So did Maleolm. In ff t. pat Ihe Matter appeared tn lot a little nf his vim during the Utter stages of the game. The recent defeat at Newark and In his own court eemed to have, aroused the champion lo greater exertion tasti usual, and la tbe fist f am ha Bad a regular picnic. The score: Ciiieyand Dunne 21 18 81 17 ll-bj Dr. .Smith and Maleolm i4 31 lft 21 16-U7 Jerry McMahon, a very protslslag Kerry lad, and John NrRv.if wer Ihe favorites in a contest wltk M. Rorty and Tom Lynan, under the new rules, but the letters' rather clever team work told la the end, sa the following score show: Rorty and Lynam JO 31 3183 McMabon and MoBvoy II lft 1348 Major Carmodr and Frank Freodsrgast played s rat tllng game together, greatly to the disappolnttntpt of Capt. Hilly Rose and Dennis Shea. Prenaetf ait's work was excellent. The soore: Carmody and Prendergast 31 Jl-4? Capt. Roe and Shea ... 16 18-M Amongother prominent fames weret James Malcolm and W. Schmidt 31 13 11-54 Lynam and Preudergaat u 21 434 Robert Malcolm 31 3142 Frank Prendargaet 18 18-31 Thcraai Lynan 31 3143 William Schmidt (5 soas) 12 30-S2 For the purpose ot aiding the entarprlslng Amity Atbletlo Association of Philadelphia to place handball where It properly belong among atbletie sports, an other Urge delegation of New York and Brqnoklyn sup Sortere of the game will visit th Quaker City on Oct. and pUy a number ot games. Ths party will consist of Champion Casey, ex-Alderman James Dunne, Dr. Ithll Smith, John Maloolm, Major John Carmody, John aloKvoy, Thorn Lynaip, and ivejal others. Tom Lynsm.oneof tbs Brooklyn dab's most active members, la after Manager John Power, ot Courtney' court. 11 challenge Powers to play him a home-end-home match, best ot eleven tame, go-aa-you-plea, or under tbe new rule, toss for eholo of courts, tax $10 a aide. Powers now ha tbe floor, Dan Pewaln, a veteran at the gams, li lying seriously 111 at hia home in Brooklyn. The members of the Brook. lyn Handball Club have sebsertbed $25 toward his relief. Denis an old Dunaembro boy. and sine hi advent to tail country, tnsay year ago, baa bees a tlenob. fxlsnd of the old Irish sport. At OOOSTSWr DOUBT. Billy Courtney, proprietor of th South Brooklyn Handball Court, has mad a proposition which ought to be accepted without a moment's hesitation. It I to the effect that Courtney and Peter Connelly, tlus youngster whom Prof. Cogglui beat tn a bomsnd Lome match, will play John Lawler and Prof, Cogglne a home-andhom melon for 8100 or $200 a side. Thla U a reasonable offer spoil tne part of Courtney, but whether Lawlor and Cogglns will aeospt U another thing, At the veteran court en Saturday on of th spscUl features waa a "go" between Peter Fiorina Connelly aud Mickey Lennon against Dennis Rlordan and John Connelly. Tbe former pUyed an exeelleut game to gether, and won by tbe following score: P. Connelly and Lennon 21 14 2168 Rlordan and J. Connelly 15 21 1340 Of the other games pUyed the results were: Rlordan and Hill 21 21 17-60 Power and Dillon 0 16 2143 M, Stanton and O. Miller 31 31 21-S3 . Miller and Powera IV 14 1750 W.Ives and A.olllen lb 31 31-50 d. Miller and M.Stanton 21 18 IU sa Jackson and polap ,21 21 1567 Bsglsy and McCaulsy .17 30 216 The ProfcaatOsUsI Blersllsta ArrtviaaT. AU the Incoming steamer ar bringing over delega tions ot .BngUsh professional bicyclists who ars booked to compote tn th six-day bicycle contest to be held at the Madison Sonars Garden next month. Yesterday J. U. Lumadsn of AbertUen- and Wauac Stage of 01 gow, Scotland, arrived on th Bothnia, Immediately upon arriving they repaired to the Madison Sqoer Oar dan, where they were taken tn charge by Manager T. Eek. Both men are tinder 38 years of age and bold high pUces among the foreign champions. They ars confident f making a creditable showing la tbs forth coming race. 0 Stage has sever competed la a six-day contest, bat nsvsrtheleuwlU go Into astir training lramedlatsly or thli race. Lumiden bai competed In many lenf dlitance races. The Scotchmen nave brought their machines over with them, and will Immedtauly get to work on some of the near-by tracks. On the City of Berlin, watch I du on Friday, are Dick IIoweli;wiUlam Wood. vT.li. Lamb, O. Eolin. A? thnr and Alfred Rabbe. sad J. W. O'Flanagan, well known professional liderawho oontempUU competing In the race. Manager Brk thinks thai th race will be tbe greatest ever held In thli country. Already the amateur racer are becoming Interested In the amatenr events which era to be rnn In connection with the race. Word has been received from some prominent riders la this city signifying their Intention of competing. Folnta that Cevtrat U Quoits. Bolton agalnit Preston, and Bolton won. This wa th state ot affairs In a qooli match played yesterday at Dick White's quoit (rounds, Brooklyn, between John Shorroek. a left-handed expert at Preston, and Thomas Victory Dewhunt, commonly (known as th Old War Tlorteot Bolton. Both man ars well known In th quoltlng ranks In this vicinity, and wban It was an nounced that each bad pat np his own money to settle question of laperiortty everybody ot a quelling turn of mind was on flpto of expectancy. Tb match was for $10 a side, elgh teen-yard, distance, weight and di ameter of quolu unlimited, fbtn wa quite a crowd st the match, and a rattling good gam was expected. The veteran Tom was s prim favorite on account of hi 'PMf'V- V whu ,B trams wa far from being ota brilliant order. Dewhnrsi wen with hand down, the soore talng 81 to 28. sborrock pitched far below bis usual form; still h is not saUaflxL and the two loss have agreed to pitch another mstcb under the asms rondltlomt sad at ths earn grouds on election dsy, Joe Hall and Frank Doraa bar ilrned srtleles to pitch a taU Un-yardmsich, 1 point on, Doran to r iv.6poiata.jfo$26asld,a(I)lek miu's grounds, Brooklyn, on Oct., Each sua ha posUdad.poiU Kennedy of rhltadelpbU aaya that John McFarUne cannot stand, a Uektng. To show thai act. and in an. f1"'.?? ".'L1!" . atrictnrs. Kennedy announcea that be wlu pUy MefarUns for no lets than $300 a aid, upon sny ground, halt way betwa Philadelphia and few York, or give him the'eholee of rrounds'ln Fhila-?;i')7hJ-.tu .r"0, tka.fresnda fo ault hlmilf." said Ksnnedy. "and plaos the ends anywhere so that thsyars.bs regular (Ustanee. and run things (oiilt blmselt. The reason I bj. at to pitching In New York Is because there are no (round there aultabU for pitch- la2PJoTth:VsiT p0,t"1 now M i Bailors as Athletes. Th crew ef tbe White (tar liner Britannic bad their outing and games at ok Point yeaUrday. ThU wsa their fourth event oMbe leoson, and was enjoyed by a Urge crowd ot friends aad Invited guests. Groat amuismant was afforded by two vsnt that ware net on th programme, omly, th ladles' rate and lb vattrsns' race. Th Utter event brought eat seme old timers, and the way they tor sp Ihe earth In their eo dekvort to make faster time than the younger men wf.VA7 IaailalA (?"."' V the evenfi? Onehundredyard Daab-Flnar beat, won by J. Wai- T?n.i...conS.W' 0rtnU, U -7-- 8iMC5 s??o"dsW'B "r " ' "" Meonl- " Two-hundred'sadlwenty-yaril nurdle Won br W ib2 "SSiSdsl,Ch; '' wVaHs. lecoid. flmT; -.fi2!'.rh,""!?r''"I",',!f.rtZ'Fard Bun-Won by Ortffl.h ? Lp. 7,64..'T:.foi1,: hUa-6 . nrd.Q?,i o.'m.il'vriw' vJlmt' J .m P" secoud. "" One-mile W,alk-Won by A. Hooper, fr, yards: A. PUtL 2 nSi,,.?,!,, yPmt- ? "" 1 8-1 sVcondi. " Hoat liaco (iliiublo acull working boals)-Won hv A piegg and (Irttnth ilrinilhi: J. Penrose and K BerthoV Cl?.r(-,,"gn'1' " Hm(nuteand5ieoondi mi'.-. u.,J.fil.P,,,4nM b'nty.flve Yardi-Won by Miss Maggie Madlgau. T me. 13 86 seeonaa, T ...' vK" IiSct- 'lne IU) Yards-Won by J, y, Bok. erti; Wtu. Unk, ncond. Tlma, 12 8-5 Mconii. Anatla Gibbons May So to Easlatvel. Auilln Olbbons, the popular New Jersey pugitlit, came over from Pateraon, N.J., yntarday, and called at the oKo, Gain office to withdraw $150 hi. brother Jim (Mbboni had postod, with tllchaMK.Fox to arrange ano her match with Jack McAullffe. Olhbom looked to t In flriKU. condition, aud be still appeared Ch grlned ever the result of his recent tight, lie said- "I !,v.Te" rM,re,, Utter from (Jeorge W. Atklnion. the I cite a,, correepondent lu London, F.ng., itutlng that th. Nation.! Sporting Cab. over which fa I Lo. dale presldea. has offered a Vur. of $3,500 for Dick nothing iVa" 'uw'0, "' rlatng,I ahould luivs FOUR WAYS TOJCURB A COLD. m Any on sf la fnr following wy ts go. D tH one that isemi moat grsbl. sat sonrealwit. H I. Bathe the feet tn warm waUr. take a wtnegtaasfnl BH ot some pur (lulnt (whUksy preferably) la hot fH water and remain In a warm room. TB II. Battse the faae la ry hot waMr freqaeotly for eH aabonr. take aUMUpurs whiskey In hot water, and 'M go to bed. H Is wgU to remember that U wbtikey H tauitbepure. M III. After having Wkn a wlnegUMful of pur m whlikey In hot water, muff hot ialt water up tbs 'H aosrriii a few llmei. Bepeat every three hour. iJH IV. Take om active eirrelse in tbe ripen air. aad oa " entering the house tab acta pur insdletaal wbUksy. B aad than kip wrm. S In using whUkey for euriag a rob) or any tbr par- pose It should alH.yi be remembered that say other K than absoluttly pure whiskey is harmful In IU effects. m Duffy' Pure Malt Is the only reliable standard whiskey M on the market. Ita purlly and value ar vouched for H by the leading doctor and scientist of tb day. Tom fH can get ll from your dniggUt or grocer. Tk n sub- atltote. JT WILL ME A SVUB OO. Vamoose, Norwood nnd Yankee Doodle, I Itaee oa Haturduy. Englneor Theodore Hoilbron of Mr. rtearst's fast yacht Varaooso. raid n visit yesterday to Chairman Ooorgo W. Hnll of tho llogatta Com- mltteo of tho Amorlcan Yacht Club, and 1 formally entered tho Vnmooso for tho raoo to take placo next Saturday. Mr. MoBrlde. one ot t)io ownors of th l'ankeo Doodlo. also ontorcd his fast boat for tho same raco. Mr. ITall called on Mr. Munro, J owner ot tlio Norwood, and explained to him V the rulos of tho olub. stating that tl)o course M was a straight one from Btart to finish. wlUi- W: put any tiirns.or buoya to bother with. Mr, Munro assured him that tip Norwood would l be on hand. Ho wroto Mr. Hull aletter latar n tho day and aout a letter to Tan Bun. whloh m. is aa follows: W , To res Knrroa or Tag Sirs Mrr The Norwood U ready. ( ihe waa tested this morning on the bay at 200 pound B4 presiur. and Mr. Reuben Ruey.whohadchargaofthjrs- M( pair to lisrcondenser. pronounces. Ac, her to beln ant- ; clau condition in vry particular, she wlU be ready W en Saturday to accompany Vamoose aud other euata M I ycht over the American Yacht Club's course. Mi gbe will, however, be hauled opt to-morrow In order , to clean ber off below water Use. at which time she will M receive a cost ot the best material used at present for V I Iuch purposes. Then. If there ts time tn spare. I Intend M , giv hir a tit ty-mll run up th H udson, In order that ( , bar condenser may bare a tevere tost prior to the racs on Saturday. J I wi.h toststetbst If tb Korwood com In satern of j the Vamoose she will do so with her throttle valve wide I open and with a ateam pressure of 2O0 pounds. 1 con- alder her engineer. Mr. John Clark, a nrst-cUss. careful , driver, and his assistant, Mr. Walter Wheoler, on of , th best men I ever eaw handle a boiler. All I ask la . absolutely smooth waUr, as the Norwood Is an spaa Uanch, , vJlii I make the tlsumenta now, so that tha public need J( not expect to hear excuses after the race la over, If tb fjj Norwood la detested, either from myaelf orfrom,her "a builder. Mr. 0. D. Mosber. If Mr. Mosher Is not perfect- A ly satisfied to have the men I name above take charge V of tbe Norwood' machinery during tbe race with the Vamoose and other yacht on Saturday, as advertised, I now Invite that gentleman tn take charge of the .Nor wood himself, to etigage tbe very best known engineer, one or more, alsoflrernau and pilot. If he chooses, at my expeaae. Owners of boata are too frequently blamed by bnlldera If their production don't turn oat tatlstao- -r tortly. J My only desire for a race U solely to test the com par- atlve merits of the quadruple anil triple expansion a- gfnei. Yours truly, bpaaua L. Mcsso. B Nsw Yobs, Sept. 28. Mr. Moshor. doslgner of tho Norwood, was In Boston yesterday. From a friend of his It was J learned that ho would probably bo able to r lake chargo of the Norwood himself In the . race. Tho only ono to be hoard from now formally Is tho Now Then, but through por eonal f riends Mr. Ball bsw heard that alio will i be ou hand. A Vamoose will be hauled out to-day at Tebo's m Basin. Bhe will be cleanod and painted and have her new Zoice propeller put In plaoo. " This wheel is HO inches In diameter, has three bladog, and will make 410 revolutions a mln- v ute. Tlio Norwood Is to bo hauled out at -n. tVintrlngham's. Mr. Munro said that if ho had , time ho would havo had a new condenser mada g for her, but. Instead, ho has given her a pair of suspenders or stool, which encircle tho con- ' Mr. MoBrlde says the work, on thoYnnkoe j Doodle has been oomnloted. and that she Is all J ready for tho raco and in finer shape than over before. The Javelin will not be on hand. Mr. Morgan saya ho does not core for any mora racos this year. ' Acting Secretary ot the Navy Ramsay sent another letter to Mr. Hall, saying that tha Cushlng could not even go overtliecoursowlth . the racers, as she hns been haulod out at New- 4 port for cleaning and some necessary ropalra. J MvzzirAJir Aim siurvr. A llaa ts IlaTS Th.as Meent ts Nsw .Fssvwt. It I mere than likely that befor many day as eSeg sf a big par probably (30,000 will b nude to Joka H BsUlTsn snd Paddy Blavln from New Jersey man ager. Several Jersey city men of Influence have Jt la mind to engage Et Dorado, near Weehawken. and ar rsags it for a glove eonteet between Sullivan andSUvtn, and have already begun to perfect plsaa. They asy they will not go very far into ths prellmlnsries until thy get th coment of both men. bat tbty seem to fesl oonndent of success la this dlrecUon. Aa tbs nrogrsmm has been mapped oat so far. tb caatob wlU take pUce about next April, and on some Saturday afternoon. TlckeU of admission will be eold at a " poj mlar prtes" not yet determined on. Tbey msy cost $10 snd $5, as st the McAuUffe-Othbons go. or they may be Kurchased at even lower prices $8 and $4 or $5 and B. It has bean flgnred out rmigaly that, with a ring platform In the centre ot the grounds and Beau put np where the present stage Blends, a well a In th open apse adjoining tbs grand stand, thua forming a com pute circle of seats, from 25,000 to QO.OOO persons oan b aeoommodated. If u Is found, ou a more careful survey, that a many can be admitted th Smallest prices mentlonsd will probably rule. Croqnet'ln Central Farhu fA third snnnat croquet tournament of tbe TTnlon Croquet Club wa held ontba lower lawn In Central Park yesterday afternoon. Th opening event wa a gam between William X. Height and James Taylor, both pUylng scratch. The former won in 28 minutes. Other games played were: Oscar Furdy beat John II, Walsh and John H. Welsh beat Oscar Purdy, latter allowed 18 points each game: John II, Welsh beat O. New, o. New beat John II. WoUh. W.M. Height beat Oscar Purdy and Oscar I'ordy beat W. M. nalght, latter allowed 18 point each game; Oscsr Pnrdy best M. J. Oorman two game. Oscar Furdy best L. W, FmUam. Utter aUowed 10 points: L. W.-Fuf. lam bat M. J. Gorman. Oorman allowed Itl points; M. J. Oorman best Dr. C. II. Young two game, (1. A. New beatM. J. Oorman, Mark O. Mirlck beat Oscsr runty, sad Oscar Purdy beat Murk O. Mlrtck. Cltr Mess Will Play Chess. Aa InUrestlng free-for-aU handicap tournament will be pUyed at the City Chess Club tonight. The follow ing intrlei ware received up to last night: Nugent,' Hsln. Hoffman, Ibrenxeller, B. Loyd, F, Loyd, Else mann, Vogea, Hartley, Malrson, Ilalpern, Kemeny, BtOTkmann, Jtltas, Wilrox. Doyle, peters, fleutbe, Schweltxer. Fsnucb, Ravage, Klgemann, HollerlKirh, Hueiled. Slkora, Lehmatur, Uuutlugton, Koerbsr Tobias, WaUar, sad Adam. Haahasa ths Winner. Tbs ninth and last gam In the llaubara-Kemeny match was ;Uyd Ut night st th City Chess Club. Tbs Msjer won a pawn early In tho opening, whereupon Kameny instituted a kinga side stuck. But his posi tion grew worse thereby, and on tb twenty ninth move he had to give up a piece, llnnham then brought about tb exchange of Queens, and won with compare tlveease. Kemeny resigned the game aud ths match on his forty-eighth move. The Boa score U: Hanham. 6; Kemeny. 4; drawn. 0. ftportimntt'f. (Soofln. BANKRUPlSTObk MAL, BTIXX. CONTUVVEfJ. BIOYOLBW. BICYCLE COMPANY, BO "SJX.-vunemk.-y mt.f vr STAIRM. Prices $18.00 to $80.00. XIOTOLEIS, BOATS. ATIILETlCUOODH.OYMN'AriTICOtJOtlS, yOOTIIALL SUrrLlEB, CLOTIIINO, AND KllOM . FOR ALL SPORTS. Oo to tb Mannfaoturer and Importer, WM. WOOD, .?5tr-ST "WtTH HT..NKWTOHK, FRICKSir, PKR C11MT LlKVBR TlIA.N OHltlt llUUoM. GYMNASIUMS ... AS. vwfir! Ai.i.nva .,.,,.. VVILT AND aiEr.viKKl). Spaeuiprlresto olub and the trade. Bead tor catelogu. a5jvcgt laath st., s. y. ssaw,.500 BARGAINS. ?mm"mmim-m. ns i kssassassa. cf.liiil tTnchlr, iMAUsiiiltS HAS VOUIH. 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