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I BALTIMORES GAIN A BIT.
xskt rrnr rnon jrAsaiiraxoir Aim TAKE SECOlfD TLAOB. Wk Catlena Arc Raw Patau Beatad U IM u tB-rituburo nu Butir from in Chi- j, ra(o Maw Works Anita Heme rroas Their A? TTrslera Trie nhat Jarro Uaa ta iar. While the Dostons wars traYolllnjr East yes- V Urday And tha Cincinnati wore taking a day I off, tho Baltimore itole a march on both team SB by winning handUy from tie Washington. Tha Wi Oriole, therefore, broke thalr tie with Swing jf; men for second place and sained on the Dean ft ' eater so that tha latter'a lead mi redaoed to BX 84 point. PttUbarg iron easily from Chicago. Is,' The resulUt P& ntUban, IS Chlosgo, o. HI Baltimore, 81 Washington, a. Km ma niconD. $ IVr JVr $ Club. Won.tott.Ctnl. Ctut$. Won.Loii.Clnt. B Beaton 04 st .noa Pittsburg.... .so 4S ,6 fcV- Baltimore. ...BO S3 .658 Chicago OS 49 ,4B K" OlnHnnU....40 as .068 Brooklyn.... 1M 44 .480 HI XewTork,...4S ill .60S Louisville. ...OS 4S ,48a !jf Cleveland. ...48 84 .888 Washington. .811 48 .87 ' FbUadslDhta.40 4a .463 St. Louis 1 01 .gad 4 rrrrsaoRO, lat emesao. 0. ill Cmcioo, July SB. Tbe Pittsburg touched np Ortf. i? Ota's doilverr for twonty hlu to-day. Uawley pitched M effective ball. Thesoore: t cnioioo. I rrrTssuao. r . in. r.o. i. e. k. la.r.o.i.a. 3 Bvsrltt, 8b.. 1 0 a a 1 Tannehllhcf.o 14 0 0 pahlon, ss...l B 0 4 0 Smith, If..... a 4 10 0 i' Thornton. If. 0 110 lIIoirni'r,ilb..B 4 0 a 1 E Anton, lb...l 1 T 0 u Davis, lb... .0 S 10 0 0 Ryan, rf 1 a 1 0 0 Padden,2b..s 2 3 3 0 t Callahan, cf .0 8 4 10 Donovan, rf.a 0 110 ', Connor, ab..O 0 a 0 1 Kir, u a S 4 11 1 -S orirath,p..,.i 3 u a o Hcrritt, c.,1 a 5 o o v Xooohue,o...l oio o u Itawley, p...o o o a o ff Totals.. ...n" 7sj " "a Totals.... il so 8?io "a Chicago 0 0018100 10 5 Plltsburg 4 0 0 0 0 U 3 1 B 18 S. Earned rune Pittsburg, 7 Klrst base by e rrors Chloogu. 1; Pittsburg. 1. Left on bases Chisago, 4: A- J'llUburr, 8. First base on balls OiTUrlfflth, Si oft A hawley, 1. Struck: out Djr Qrimth. 7t by Hairier, 8. X Threcbase hits llyau, Davis. Dablcn. Donovan. Two s base hits lloff melster (8), Dihlen, Callahan. Stolen 6 bssm smith ('-'), Dalilen, llyan, Everett (8). Double t, play Callahan and Dononue. Umpire aherhlan. f Time 'J hours and 10 minutes. Attendance 2,1,0. ?.' hjj.tikom, 8: wuraisoTOii, 8. i Wasihvotox. July . Tho Orioles won a Ion I and .' tedious panis from the Senators to-day. The visitors fi wen hanuitr. bunching their hits and giving a sclen- -. tlflo exhibition by mixing up their singles. Four of 1 their lilts were well-placed bunts. Jsok Doyle was K ordered off the field for Indulging In repartee at the f. expense of Bob tnulle. Attendance, 2,000. Tha 5.. acore: ,'i wismsaToi. aaLTWosr. t'V rulB.r.o.suc r. ls-r.o.s.r. X Brown. ef....l 8 8 0 0 McOraw, 8b.o 1 1 a 0 it Celbach. lf...O 18 0 0 Keeler. rf...3 8 8 0 0 'Wrlnl'T.es... 0 0 18 1 Jennings, ss.4 4 3 10 PeU'vllIe, 8bO 0 8 4 0 Kelley, If.. ..8 3 10 0 UeOulrr. c...l 3 0 8 0 stonsel, cf...o 3 8 0 0 Tucker, lb.,.0 0 IS 1 0 Doyle. lb....O 8 10 0 tt lttllly.ab....0 18 3 0 O'Drlen, lb..O 17 10 V- Abbey, rf....O 0 0 0 0 nelts, Kb. ...0 0 3 8 0 King. p. 1 0 1 0 a 0 Clark. 0 0 0 8 0 0 !. German, p.. .n 013 0 Corbett. p.,.,0 0 8 8 0 Totals... ...H "5 87 81 "l Totals.... "b 14 87 10 "0 , Washington 0 0 0 110 0 0 02 it" Baltimore 8 0 8 0 0 0 3 0 X S Earned mnt Baltimore, fi. First base by error :J Baltimore. Left on base Washington. 8; Baltimore, '.J O. First has- on balls Off King, 81 off Orrman, 8. 3, etmckoat By Corbett, 4. Two-base hit Jennings. :l Stolen bases Jennings (3). Kelley, Doyle. Double rf play Mcflraw. lteiu. and O'Brien, lilt by pitcher ."" By German, 8; by Corbett, 1. Wild pitch Corbett. Jj. Tmptrea McDonald and Emsllo. Time 3 hours and ',- 80 minutes. il V; Atlantlo fagua. ': IT RI1D1MO. ' a. . . Beading 0 8 0 8 0 0 0 0 010 10 0 f Athletics 8 08030010 7 13 0 Batteries Setley and Ilcydens Ames and Fox. ' sr itoaroLx. sft a. h. a. f- Norfolk. 4 000000004 HI U Lancaster. V 3 3 4 0 0 0 8 018 IS 3 ff Batteries McFarland and Snyder; West, Yeager, fi and Went. .' at nicnxoKD. . . n. n. 1. V Rlcamond 3 1 0 0 8 1 0 0 07 10 3 :ji Fatsrson 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 03 0 3 p Batteries Cheaobrough and Foster; Smith and jY Westlake. fy Eaatern league, 'fi AT STHSCVBI FIRST DUE TS n. n. . i, Syractiae 1 0 8 4 3 0 10 1 11 11 a (V wukesbarre 0 010110008 u 8 J' Batteries Lampe and Shaw ; Robinson and Dlgglns. 'p uoo.is auuv ;$ , fyracuse 4 0 8 0 10 3 0 0-fo li i V MlkesbarTO.....O 110000003 80 Ji Daturnu Kissinger and By an; tteenaa and don- . f- Wow Baaljsnd League. k -a Newport Newport, B; Brockton, 0. :.;. At Taunton Taunton, Oi Fall Hirer. 3. '' At 1'awtucJcct Pawtueket, 8 1 New Bedford, 1. g Other Games. 'It ' XT Kuunxs. S .. n. n. r. 5 Merlden 1 1300000 3 h 3 ' new Britain 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 01 u 4 i': Batteries Corcoran and Bone ; Roach and Llllls. IT JORin ADSKS. i. Jforth Adams.. ...0 0 0 0 0 0 18 0 a' 0 a -- CubanX Olants..S 1 0 0 1 0 0 u .. 9 3 3 i. Batteries McBride and Summers; Selden and Wil li llama. Jc AT XOJtEaTOTrS. .- Genuine Cub-nOlanU.. 4 3 2 0 0 0 0 8 011 y, Korrlstown 0 ooiouioo 5 6 If If BIT XOICliS COME BACK. Ss- g What Cast. Joyce Ilaa 10 8ay or the Western p Trip and the Vutore. w William Joyce, tho only " Scrnppy Hill," man- WS Bger and captain of tho Savt Yorks and at prca- Wfi ent tho Idol ot local baseball cranks, arrived in ,W-' town shortly bofore 8 o'clock last night at tho Wj head ot his weary warriors, who bare been play. ttntr un tho Western circuit or tho past three ' weeks. As Scrappy come off tho Krie ferryboat , p at tho foot of Chambers street, liicglne a couple ' g ofblic grips and a bat bag, a crowd of urchins ' $ rellod: 1 h "Hooray I Hooray for 8crappy 11111 and der , l NewYorksl" - Then they surrounded Joyco and begged him , f: to allovr them to carry bis luggage, until ho had ;' g to literally fight his way clear. Tho Now Yorka h left Cleveland lato Wodncedny night and had a ; R long, tlrcsomo ride nil dny yesterday in order to t , est here for tho scries with the Rrooklyns, ( f) which begins nt tho Polo Qroundn to-day. m$ " VI 0 nro not In the very host of shape." said ', tft Joyce to The Sun man, "but we will mmo so ( In rear winning thnt ling that, tho Doidons and ' re- Baltlnioreswlll be very nervous toward the end. - P Unvls lias a split on one of hla Imnils, and Qloa- V fc sons hands are in bad shape, too; but both will rf V round to with a llttlorcst, which wo hope to get. , a Van Haltron still bn a bad knee, but is playing t, w. grertt ball In aplto of It. i S "Huslo has pitcliMt tho most superb ball on C, this trip I hayo ever seen, und he will continuo , 6P to do so. llcelcln, too. Is In splnndld gliapo, and 8 w with these two men rnnilng down tho stretch I .' t. feel sure we will laim ut Ibe top. Seymour haB ! & been sick. Ho caught a severe told In his chest. i end it has groutly tntorfured with him. Then, i f"in' he has not received encouragement from .. .v the cronds, such as has stimulated him here. , lie will round to, thouirh, and you will see him f 1 pitching irroat ball nt the finish. I slmll con- ?; Unuetolot him have a regular turn with tho , two biir fellows, and will hold Kulllvan and J- X Clarke in reserve. As far as Hobony Is con- 5 a corned. I can only plead for bis rclnslalcuiont. '' i XHtcasohaanothrngtodo nlthmc." k S "Are you satisfied with tho team's showing a t, en this trip I" the reporter asked. ' b .aVeHi uot "xeolly." nnswered Dill. "We x aldn'twln as many games as I hoped to.nl. i ?, though we did excel tlio Doatons and llultl- 5 mores. Wo havo improved In batting, that's i pno sure thing. In the West tlio general opln J Ion seems to bo that wo will get Into that Teu ri pie Cud sorles, and that will Just suit us." ? f- "Mow about thcsostorloj of 111 treatment re- ' ' coirod by your learn I" l -"IhftTeno fnult to find with Pittsburg, fit, ., i lfanlt- Chicago and Cleveland. Hut" and ' C 5?niPn'r begni; to scowl when you talk of ft ij. Cincinnati and Ixjiilsvillo that's nnothcr matter. ,'i In Cincinnati we got such n doul that wu will i. if nerer forgot It, and when thoy coino hero next v !? month I'll do anything on the calendar to get '" ". ItSU? ,inu Oovixi' oar drinking water. -' W1 ?5 do InKnow ' "?i' '""ted It. and it was ' K"?1"' TUPy w""l o knock us out V, $ lrliwfr,.i,,l,t K W- .nto. tn" i"1"10 J'1"' at ': S tha right time. Iirixmlsvlllo Wolf robbed us t outright, end I have protested the game. Klrst 'f K nedwlared the game forfeited, although we had A V not refuaod to play, and then ho sulci Pickorlng sjoored the winning run while tho Held was over- i t' run end Wilson, who had the ball, was being f- K h!f8.,?Jt,2?il1'8 pollce- ,. PoslHjely deny ! Kr J"lhV ,w",on. or nmclf struck niiybody. 5f s I U admit I shook tho umpire by the shoulders 1 when I saw ho was deliberately robbing us by f y giTlng baaes on balls to the Loulsvllles. That 6 i xtTT tufct Fred Clarko pulled a gun on Davis V I thte.pjened'1'0 PUr" Bnd B'mp1e- No 8UcU . . "ml that's all a matter of history," said V, i lJPVba started to climb the "i'etnlrs. - V t,V'llT050t o?r forty, games to play on the k r?i,?1Mi"in'i". nnd only nine away from home, ii tV Dd we 11 begin to climb to tho lop to-morrow, t ! 4 m.t'f'3 fouDnpnt of success thnn before I went I I K,etverVtblgVen ' l0" "' CrUnd' U'"1 , ? Baseball. Pels Uroands, ToUlay, r, 91, ,'; '; Vew York vs. Urwklyu. AUe, sw? aaBBBBBBBMMsiSkBmsVffliriirirLiVMniiiinii'iMii'i w'!!ir.,.V?.l!'Ty" jsxxsAzn axrir czva's shoot. Ins Cempetttlra ftor tha Hi Merchandise Cen. test at DsxUr larb. Although the weathor was unfavorable for plgoon shooting, no leas than forty-nine entries were received for tho merchandise shoot of the Emerald aun Clua which took placo yesterday at Dexter Park, h. 1. OJ those entered Now Jorsoy shooters not only mode a good showing tn tho entry Hstjbut also managed to capturo a number ot the prltes at stake. The conditions were seven lire birds per man, all 28 yards rlso and BO yards boundary, tho latter bolng flxod by fence eighteen Inchos high. Tho prizes were dlvldod into throo classes, fifteen to the sovons, flf toen to tho sixes, and sixteen to tho lives, with any remaining prizes to go to tho fours. At 11 o'cloolc sharp tho shooting began, and although tho sky was cloudy, old 8U Hwlthln managed to keep bis tours for some other time The birds trapped were of tho gilt-edged order, considering tho time of tho yoar, thoro bolng but two or three sitters out of the whole bunch shot at. Those who had tho luck to be drawn tn tho first squad securodtho easiest birds, and of tha eight who started no less than ilvo made clean scores, the otbors being strung out, Joseph llaryer was tbo first to slip up, missing an easy lett-quartoring Incomer on tho first round. Ko gartylost tho same kind of a bird on tho third round, tho pigeon dropping dead a fow foot ovor ilio Hue. In this squad Thomas Short, J. 1). lood. Dr. Hudson, Fred Pfaondor and Ucorgo Mercy wound up with Btralght scores of 7 each. The second squad made a good showing, sev eral straights being orcdltcd to them, whllo tho othora hold tholr own with tho outsiders of squad No. 1. Uoveral cxcollent kills wore made dur ing tlio shooting of theso mon, most notably Duolnck's second, a swift lot t-quarterlng driver, which was brought iloun by tbo second barrel in Srand stylo; Tom Holler's sixth, a straightaway river, grassed in oxcollont style with the second, and Qulmby's third, a lott-quar-tcring driver, which ho grassod with his second a tow yards from tho all-Important line. Dr. Uttlclleld, John II. Moore, Frank Place, and John 11. Voss also made some sensational kills, whllo tbo veteran Ford Van Dyke made ouoothlaold-tlmo runs, scoring ovorythluglu sight. Capt, Money had his usual caso of hard luck, missing a swirt straightaway driver which perhaps nobody could have killed. The boat shot ot tho day was made by Henry Bookman on tho first round In his squad. Aftor tiring tho first barrel on n fast straightaway driver, and missing It, ho recovered himself tn ttuio to put his second barrel in play and bring tho bird donn In great shape. Every tlmo Koller or tjuimby neut to tho score it was a toss up to eco who would do the honors, and us both finished in tbo hoap all hands, lnoludlng tho rooters, wore sutistled. Immediately after tho contest was over tho prltes were awurdod, those tied In each class having to draw for the plckfof tho trophies. Mlss-and-out events wound up a most glorious dny for tho Emerald Gnu Club. Summary: First Evont Contest for merchandise prtsest all 88 yards rlset 00 yards boundary; I eutrauoe, birds lu clududi classined shooting. Tbo mas Hhort, 7; J. B. Bood. 7; Dr. George V. Hudson, 7t Fred Ffacnder, 7 George l'leruy, 7s Eugene Doclnck. 7; Thomas Tt. Kelltr, 7; W. ITrcd qminby, 7i Henry Otten. 7; FTank Place, 7; Theodore Leuthousser, 7; Chris XI. Meter, 7; Charles stnetsle. 7; Ferdinand Van Dyke, 7; L. It. l'ogarty, 0; William Joerger, 0: Charles storlens, 0; K. s. Meafr. 6; Emit Steffens, 0;IIenry Koegel, Bi Daniel Volenti. Si John II. Voss. 0; William Amend. (I; Capt. A. W. Money, 6; John llatnhorst. til John Woefel. 0; FredTrostei, 0 Dr. William A. Ultlenold, B; John II. Moore, ft; Dr. William Rlchter, OiJaoob Klihcr. 0; John f. Danne reiser, 5; K. 1'. Blsbee, Ss John schllcht, fi; Charles Lang, S; Uenry J, Bookman. 5; Josepli Bsnger. 4; William Hughes, 4 ; Etull Weiss, 4 1 Thomas F. Cody, 4 i JIoips McGulnuess, 4t Otto Brown. 4: Henry lions, 8; Heury Sesman, lit Bernard Amend, S: J. Raymond. 81 J. A. II. Dressel. 8; Oeorgo K. Smith, 1; Thomas Flunkltt. 0. Second Event 81. Miss and out sweepstakes; all 88 yards rise; 00 yards boundary. Chris. Meyer,. 8; Capt. Money, 8s Van Dyke, 8; Iuthouser, H; Plercy, 0; Koegel, 0; McQulnncss, Us Hood. 8; Trostel, 4; Keller. 8: Qulmby, 3; Seaman. Xs Italnhorst, 3; Dr. Lltllelleld, 1 s Charles steffens. 1 . I'umo divided. Third Event Same londltlous. Chris Meyer, IS; Capt. Money. IS; Qulmby. 18; Van Dyke. IS; Leutneuser. fi; I'lercy, 4: Charles steffens, 3s Koegel, 8; Dr. Uttlefleld. 3; Halnhorst. 1. Fourth Event Ssme conditions. Qulmby. Os Charles Steffens. fi: Leutneuser. fit lMeroy, 4; Capt. Money, 3; Koegel, 3; Halnhorst, 3. CHICKET. Lord nawfaa Will Ilrlna a Team Over In tha mil-Phllndelphls Meets Surrey. London, July 20. Lord Hawko had a con ference hero to-day with Q. H. Patterson, II. P. Bally, and M. C. Work, representing tbo Asso ciated Cricket Clubs ot Philadelphia, and ac cepted an Invitation to bring a team to the United States in the autumn. Tho team will sail from England on Sept. 4, and play throo games at Philadelphia, the first being on tho ground of the tiermantown C, C. Sept. 17, 18, and 20; the second at the Belmont ground, nnd tho third at Havcrford, on the wicket of the Merlon C. C. Tha visiting team will comprise F. H. Jackson, F. W. Milllgan. SlrT. C. O'Brien, P. F. Warner. C. K Jci'op, II. B. Cblnncry, and II. D. Q. Ixsveson-Uower. Invitations have also been extended to C. Hcseltfne. A. J. I. Bill, A. O. Jones, F. It. E. Cunllffo, nnd tho two profes sionals, Hunter nnd Briggs. In addition to the Philadelphia matches, it is expected that games will be arranged ut Now York, Boston, Chicago, Toronto, und possibly Baltimore. The Gentlemen of Philadelphia started tho last match of tholr English tour hero to-day, and they miulo quitoagood showing against the crack Surrey eleven. Tho homo team won tbo toss nnd batted first on a hard nnd fast I wicket. Tlio grent professional batsmen, Abel, Ilaynardnnd Uroekucll, ucro all disposed of cheaply enough, honnvor, and only for a splen did stand of tho two yaung'varslty cracks, N. F. Druco und II. II. Cblnncry, their total, lnstoad nf f'Tft vnnlfl Imvn luiti citnll The American batting show ed little brilliancy, but It was steady nnd consistent. Each of the seven men who wero scon at tho wickets scored doublo figures, and only llvo wickets havo fallen for 111) runs. II. C. Thayer and P. II. Clark bud a lively scsHlon for tho day's wind up, nnd both wero still undisposed of wlion stumps wcro drawn for tho tiny. Play wilt bo resumed to-morrow morning. Tho score: SURREY. lo'vn.'MEvorruiLAOKi.raiA. Atx'l. c. UaUton, b. E. M. Cregar, c. Wood, Clark 13 b. Nice 17 Brorkwell, b. King ... 'in A. M. Wood, run out.. 18 Haj wrd. b. Bally.... ufi,J. A. Lester, c. Key, b. Baldwin, t) Clark le Nice , 13 N. V. Druce, retired F. II. Bnhlen, b. Abel.. 18 hurl SI J. B. King, 0. and b. n. B. Chlnnery, b. Lev I Haywnrd SS ter 00 II. c. Thsycr, not out,. IB Holland, b. Lriter. .. 8 P. H. Clark, not out... 13 K.J. Key, c. Wood, b. 'II. P. Ilallr...! Li-ster 8F. W. llaliton I , . , Lees. o. Bohlen, h. L. Ulildle.. .. w "" Clark It Y. H. Bates... J Wood, not out 81 Extras 7 Nice, run out Oi . Extras 11 Total lis Totsl 27UI HUNS AT THE FALL OF KACII WIOKKT. Hurrey Wl 41 87 07 2011 218 287 203 878 Philadelphia 30 40 Dl 80 V8 Ilatcball t.uiues To-lay. KATIOVAI. I.KAOUE ASP AHKU1CAX ASSOCIATION. Brooklyn nt Niw York: Baltimore at Washington; Pltuburg ti Chicago; Cleveland at Cincinnati Louis ville at M. I.OUM, KASTKUK LKAOUK. HiTulilon at Toronto; Wilkesburre at IluHalo; I'rovl dii)CctttMontreal:5prlnifnld at Syracuse. ATI.AXTIC I.EAOUE. Hartford at Newark 1 Paterson at Richmond's I-an-easier at Norfolk (two games), Ilasebitll Xotes. Tlernan was the lint New York player U make 100 hits. Vun llaltreu reached the oviitury mark on Monday aud Davis on Weduesday. The two games with Cleveland and ono game with Pittsburg, postponed at tlmlattfraround on account or rain, will undoubtedly ba played at the Polo Grounds. The Belmont of Vorkvllle have several Sundays open, and would like to hear from teams wiiune Players avarcgo 10 years. Address George Oltuert, . O. box 818, city. The O. N. T.'s have Labor Dsy (two games) open, and would like to hear from Uoouton, ltockaway, or any strong club that gives a guarantee. Address S. Lunn, manager, Newark, N. J. Iu tho late Western trip the New Yorka outplayed the opposing teams. Joyoo's men got 144 runs, 187 hits, and 03 errors, while the Western players insdo 120 runs, 173 hits, and 04 errors, TheCresceut Baieball Club of Greenwich, Conn., having df elded to play on Wednesdays, would like to hear from good chilis offering a suitable guarantee. Address It, Bullwlnkle, Mlauus, Conn. The Ilrooniu A. C. II B. O, has an open date for Aug. 8, audnould llko to hear from teams vt hose players average 1 ti years, the Aureoles and Argyles preferred. Address Sam'l A. Faulcr, 1 on Uroome st. The Mt. Vernon V. 31, 0. A. Intend to play several wedbeulay games In Augiut and SupteinlHtr, and will guarantee expenses 10 good teams. Address J. M. Mclntyre, care V M, C, A., Mt. Vernon. N, V, TheOrltsul V. (.'. and thoOrango A, C. will "get at If'sgsln on Saturday atternoon, Aug. 7, on Ibo Orange Oval. To-morrow the Arlington A. A. will bo the opponents of tlie Oraugu Athlelto Club on the oval, The Elk Field Club's second toam would Ilk to bear from good uniformed nines averaging 17 years for home games un Aug 7, 31, aud Labor Day 1 also for James away from homo on Aug, 14, 28, and Sept, 4. ddress Leslie Smith, WooUslde, L. I. Patcuckive, July 29. Patsey Dollard, the crack pitcher of the Bay port baseball team, was hit In the mouth by a batted ball to-day In the gatno between the Ilayport and Patcnogue teams and nearly killed. The bases were filled and F.Butler of the Patehogue was at the hat. Dollard pitched a swift ball,whloh was hit by llutler. The ball struck the ground and bound ed as Dollsrd went to ostcb It. It struck him In the mouth, knocking out mree teeth. He lay on the Held senbeless and was csrrlrd home. Dollard Is from New York aud Is spending his summer at Ilayport. Tha gam was won by Patehogue by tha score of 1 1 to fi. Tony huller, formerly of the Louisville National League team, played with Patehogue and put up a good guuvs, 'i RAINING AT SARATOGA. DAriD ntsATKir jir xotax. robb toii xnn Txrx-rvnzoiro save. ne Weatem IfadUtrk eat Away Badly Ran the Mllr HesMI-aVadr Marian knv the Male Ctsvas Easy far Itylng Datehmaa Maryhy Onsl Beaia Again. Baiiatooa, July 20. llaclng enthusiasts were again disappointed to-day, for after tho down pour of yesterday and last night it was hoped that there wonld bo a break: In the clouds. It was not to bs, end after the second raceftdrle zllng rain sot In, which continued throughout tha afternoon. The track being thoroughly soakod made the racing Tery unsatisfactory, and every event was of tho processional order. Four tophewy favorites and one second favorite galloped homo In front, the only semblanoe of a struggle being tn tho opening race, a welter weight handicap at five furlong. Seven of tho ten entries went to the post, with the fast Western gelding David tho favorite at 7 to B. Tho Western contingent had a doep and abiding faith In his ability to do tho trick, but ho got off badly, nnd the Koono filly lloyo Rote, who was also well backed at 0 to 2 at post time, rushed to tho front at flag fall and opened a gap of six longths. Martin eased her In the stretch and Schcrror made an effort to steal the raoo with the favorite, but tho filly beat him homo by a head, none of the others being near them. Poetess, backod at tho prohlbltlvq price of 7 to 1 on, galloped home eight lengths ahead of her two competitors in tho second race. Tho maiden Ally stako had ten starters. Lady Marian waa heavily played at evons and La Ma roma, n daughter of Emperor of Norfolk and tho famous eld maro Los Angolos, alluded to In The Sun on Monday last, was strongly sup ported at 3 to 1. Thoy wero a long time at tho post, and in ono break La JIaroma and Quoen ot Boauty raced at full speed for a quarter of a mllo before their jockeys realized tbat it was not a start. This ruined whatever chance they had for tho stake. As it was. La M aroma rushed away in front at flng fall with Lady Marian, and tho othors wero not within six lengths ot them at the end of three furlongs. Then the Califor nia filly cracked, and Lady Marian galloped homo alonoslx lengths oeforo Barracan, who was four lengths before Kilt. Tho heavy track cnmpolled the withdrawal of Havoc. Belmnr and Tho Winner from tho mllo nnd a sixteenth, so that Pat Dunne's Flying Dutchman and Estaca had only Connoisseur and Hondo to beat. The rnco was nover In doubt. Flying Dutchman leading all the way, with Estaca finishing second. Connoisseur had many supporters, but ho could not negotiate the mud and was outpaced from the start. For tho final soiling raco for two-year-olds, Daclan. the odds-on favorite, led all too way and won hard held by two lengths. Thero was a spirited struggle for tho place betwoen the outsider Juliana and tho second favorite Babteca, tho former getting the verdict by a short head. Summaries follow: FIRST RACE. Purse 8400, of which 870 to second and ISO to third; welter handicap; for three-yeaT'Olds and up wrd: Ave furlongs: J. II. Keene's ch. f. lloyat Rose, by Royal Hampton Belle Rose. 134 (TI. Martin) I Springfield Stable's oh. g. David. 0, 185 (Soherrer).. 3 Bromley Co.'s blk. g. Banlon. 4, 118 (Thorpe) 8 G. lLKeteham. Xmaa, Haloing and Bornadlllo also ran. Time, 1:08. Betting Against David 7toB, Royal Rosa la to 1, Xmaa and Uaaloneach 5to 1, Halnlng, 10 tol.O. H. Ketcham, 18 to 1, Uemadlllo, 40 to 1. SECOND RACE. Purse 83B0; for three-year-old HIIIm; 78 to second and SSfi to third; selling allowance! one mils: Whllam Lalmbeer's ch. f. Poetess, by The Bard Ella Lakeland, 10S (Thorpe) 1 T. D. Sulllrnn'a b. f. Oltty. 108 (McReyuolds) 8 J. P. Dawes's b. f. Sleepy Belle. 04 (O'Dounell) 3 Time. 1:483. Betting-Seven to 1 on Poetess; against Oltty, 0 to 1 ; Sleepy Belle, 80 to 1. TniRD RACE. Maiden race No. 1 for fillies two years old: purse 8850, of which (fiO to second, aad 885 to thirds half mile: August Belmont's ch. f. Lady Marian, by Imp. Rayon d'Or Lady Margaret, 118 (Hewitt) 1 Marcus Daly's b. f. Barracan, 118 (Taral) a Ooughacrn Mable's oh. f. Kilt, 118 (Oarrlgan) 3 Kate Hardcastle. Restorer, Queen ot Beauty. ISar della, Blhuful, Saratoga, and La Maroma also rsn. Time, 0:501..,. Betting Agsjnt Lady Marian, even money: La Maroma, 3 to 1 : Bardetla. 8 to 1 ; Queen of Beauty, 13 to I; Barracan and Bllarrul. each IS to 1; Kilt and Re storer, each at to li Kato Hardcastle and Saratoga, each 3d to 1. FOURTH RACE. Parse 8300; for three-year-olds and upward; $70 to second and $30 to third; one mils and a sixteenth: p. Dunne's ch. h. Flying Dutchman, fi, by Imp. Wag ner Olen Mercy. 181 (W.Martin) 1 P. Dunne's b. c. Estaca, 3, 10U (H. Martin) a Bromley ft Co.'s b. h. Rondo. 4, 114 (Thorpe) 8 Connoisseur aUo ran. Time. 1:51. Betting Twenty to 7 on Flying Dutchman and Estaca, coupled; against Connoisseur. 3tol; Hondo, lfitol. FIFTH RACE. Purse $400; for two-yesr-otds; selling allowances; 370 to second and $30 to third ; nvo rurlongs: P. Dunne's ch. c. Daclan. by Hindoo Wild Rose, 104 (Thorpe) 1 M. A. llealy's br. f. Juliana. S3 (O'Donnell) 3 Duke & Wlshard's ch. c. Babteca, 103 (Wllhlte) 3 Prince Auckland, San Antonio, Flax Spinner, Crocket, aud scotch Plaid also ran. lime. 1:01. Betting Three to 1 on Daclan; against flableca. 4 to 1 ; Crocket. 0 to 1 ; Flax Spinner. 13 to 1 ; Scotch Plild. Prince Auokland, and San Antonio, eacn 30 to 1; Juliana, SO to 1. The following Is the pmgrammo for to-morrow: First Race Two-year olds; five furlongs. Spencer, 107; Prlaco Auckland. 107; Aurum. 107; San Venado, 1U7: White Eyes, 1U1; Ironic, 104; Tent Pin, 104; Ionia. 104. Second Race Three-quarters of a mile; selling. AJax, 108; Green Jacket. luasDalgrettl. 103; Cllssle B . 10.1; Regulator. 103; Orion, 97; Shasta Water. OS. Third Kaco One mile and a quarters selling, Damlen, 118; M.zarluc. lOUsSouffle, 107. Fourth Race Two-year-old fillies; five and a half furlongs; selling. Ruby Lips, 103; La Ooleta, 10U; Nearest, 04 s Restorer, 04. Fifth Race Five furlongss selling J. A Grey, 108; Trolley, 104; Regulator, 103: Ross O., 103 Braw Lad, 101; Diana's Daughter, 100; Florldas, 100. mis GREAT DOJIISO IS DEAD. The Fleetest rtarer or Ills Day and winner or BJOO.OOO. Lexinotov, July 20. The great Domino Is dead. IIo expired at 3 o'clock tbls morning at Castleton Farm of congestion of tho brain. Throe veterinarians were with him all day yes terday, but he gradually grew worse In spite of them. Mr. Keene has telegraphed Major Dan gerlleld: "Bury him on Major Thomas's farm. If ho consonts, and place a slab over him with this Inscription: 'Here lies the fleetest runner and as game a horse as the American turf haa ever seen.' " 1 Bncegoers will hear with regret that the great Domino Is dead. Domino was tbo mightiest racer of his day, and won during u short turf career for his owners, Messrs. Jamos It. & F. P. Keene, upward of 200,000, or more money than was ever placed to the credit of any other horse In this country. Ho was a black horse of splendid proportions, with liberal markings of white, and was foaled In 181)1, being sired by Hlmyar and outof Man nlo Gray by Enquirer. Marin 1 0 Oray had thrown Ton Striko when matod with Ten Broeck, Lady Reel wbon brd to Followcraf t. Both w ero fair performers, tho last named having a high turn of speed, and has slued beconio famous cstho dam of Hamburg, tho two-year-old champion of tho present your. The next foal was Correction, and she was a wonder as a sprinter. She was by Hlmyar. Foxhall Keene saw Domino when a yearling at Major Thomas's sale In this city and secured him for $3.fi00. It. W. Walden, who trains for tbe Messrs. Morris who were in the market for tho black colt because of Correction's great feats, discarding tbe young ster because of his straight pasterns and gen eral weedlness. When the yearlings of tho Koeno establishment were tried that autumn Domino showed well, but It wasn't until the following spring that it leaked out that the black colt wns a whirlwind. He had developed Into a grand-looking colt during tbe winter. Ills first appoaranco was at Grnvesond during the spring meeting of 1803, and racegoers remember how eagerly the smart division took 4 to 0 about blm In a big field. IIo won hands down i.nd showed such marvellous form that he wns at once selected to win the Great American Stakes, which was the biggest of tho spring evunts for two-year-olds and wns worth about $10,000 to the winner. Among others thut the black fellow met In the Great American Stakes, a fow days after her maiden race, was Itlcbard Croker's crack colt Dubbins. Domino won, and then began a rivalry between tbe black and tbe chestnut, which culminated in a match for 910.000 a side during tho autumn meeting at Sheeps head Bay, which will be referred to later on. Domino followed up bis Great American victory with a triumph for the Great Eclipse Stakes at Morris Park, which netted, S10.500. The Groat Trial Stakes at Sheepshead Bar brought 920,000 more, and then came the Futurity, The suporb colt shouldered 130 pounds, and was choered enthu siastically when, after a gruelling race in which bo fought every Inch of the woy. he won by a bead from aallfeo, with Dobbins beaten only as far for second money, ci?'nenJoll?w.e(l the match for 910,000 a side at Sheepshead Bay. No man who saw that race will over forget It, The colts ran locked from ulZ"." "W an0- a dead heat ot it In Vhononiensl time. tmbi rode Domino In all of h! reots, anei SltM M tht oocaekm had the giount on Dobbins. It was a rare display ot orsemanehlD a well as equine speed and oour age. The fact that 81ms would ride canted Messrs. Dwyer ana Orokorto mako the match, as they believed that McDermott, who had tha mount in the Futurity, was oatrlddon by Torn. Domino two-year-old career was phenomenal, and the horse wns thepopular Idol. As a three-year-old he won the Withers Htakea from Henry 8f Navarre, but was subsequently beaten by the oughty chestnut; beat Clifford at a mile, end showed conclusively that at any distance up to a mile ho was king. When 4 yoarsold,hia lega,nerer any too good, troubled him. and he refused to extond himself. The great horse waa then retired to tho Kentucky breed ing establishment ot James It. Keene, which Is known as Castleton, It waa here that the horso died. Thore are eomo foals by Domino out ot well-bred mares In the Castleton paddocks, and other high-class matrons were mated with tho doad champion last spring, so that next year the public should soo some of his The death of Domino U a groat lose to Mr. Koeno. who had a sincere affection for him. He believed that Domino, when right, could defeat any horse In the world at his distance. The horse wns only six roars old, and his early death Is a calamity to the breeding Interest ot the country. THE WIXXEItS AT AQVEDUGT. ravorltea Wan n jrinjorlty er Teateraje Rvents. Thero was quite a large crowd In attendance at Aqueduct yesterday, and whllo tho fields ruled small thoro was some qutto fair sport seen during tho afternoon. Clawson was again very much In ovldcnco, and In tho absence of tho star riders at Saratoga piloted Hey del Tlerra and Mohawk Prince to victory, in addition to finish ing second on Judo. Tho track was again a sur prise, as despite tho storm of the night it was In very good shape, and should be real fast for to day s sport. Storm King, tho odds-on favorlto, won the opening scramble In handy fashion. Lambent running second nnd Thomas Cat third. Now that Storm King has struck a winning gait he should win many purses tn even better company than ho has been meeting at-Aquoduct. Tho talent tried Judn to win the second ovent, but the hard race In tbo mud at Brighton when sho beat L'Atouette and Colonial Dame toems to have taken away the line turn of speod from tho daughter of Britan nic, and she had to suocumb to Attainment. Deal, a rank outsider, was third. Tbo unex- fiocted happenod In tho raco at a mllo and a six eonth, which followed. Boy dol Tlerra was a warm favorite, and Flames was the rank outsider, tho talent looking for Deerslayer or Volley to worry tho Callfornlan, If there was to bo a struggle at all. Flames wns the thorn In the sldo of tho favorite however, when it came to a show down, and tho rnco was won by Itey dol Tlerra simply bocauso Mnkin wns outridden by Claw son. Volley was third. Langdon boat Purse proud and Passover in a big gallop, and then Ed Kellj 'a Tnrll, by Derotoo, downed tho favorlto. Lucid. The latter was fourth at tha wire, Sal lust being second and La Qltnna third. Mo hawk Prince made Bhort work of Loch Qlyn and VlnlU In tho last. Summary follows: FIRST RACE. Parse $400; for three-year-olds and upward; penal ties and allowances; about seven furlongs: W. Lansberg's blk. c. storm King, by Imp. Whistle Jacket-Grenadine, 133 (W. Porters 1 M. Clancy's br. f. Lambent. 4. 110 (Dean) a O. Anderson's b. e. Thomas Cat, 8. 110 (Harrison),.. 8 Continental and Prompt also ran. Time. 1:74. Betting Two to 1 on Storm King; against Conti nental, 3 to 1; Thomas Cat, 8 to 1; Lambent, 10 to 1 Prompt, 30 to 1. SECOND RACE. Purse $300; for three-year-old Ollles; selling allow ances; five furlongs: L- S. ft w. p. Thompson's b. f Attainment, by Favor- dalo EsaayesII.,ut)(Corblev) 1 Kenslco stable's b. f. Juda, 103 (Clawson) a E. T. MUler'a ch. f. Deal, 10B (Pickering) 3 Cbrlstabel, Eileen D.. and Pegy R. also ran. Time, 1:0H3- Betttng Five to 3 on Juda; against Attainment. 84 to 1 ; Cbrlstabel. B to I ; Eileen 1)., 80 to 1; Peggy R., 80 to 1; Deal, 40 to 1. THIRD RACE. Purse $300; for three-yeer-olds and upward; handi cap: one mile aud a sixteenth: Ed Purser's b. e. Rey del Tlerra, 8, by Emperor of Norfolk Hard l. 104 (Clawson) 1 P. S. P. Randolph's br. g. Flames. 4, 90 (Makln) .... a W. C. Daly's br. g Volley, 4, 118 (Perkins) 3 Deerslayer also ran. Time. 1:S0. Betting Ten to 0 on Rey del Tlerra; against Volley, 10 to fi; Deerslayer. u-j to Is Flames, 10 to 1. FOURTH RACK. Burse $400, for three-year-olds nnd upward; on mile: J. II. Kelly's ch, g, Langdon, S, by Linden Zara. 107(O'Leary) 1 P. J. Dwyer'ach-c. Passover. 3, 100 (Illrsch) a II. Theobald's b. c. Purseproud, 3, 83 (O'Connor).... 3 Time. 1:4B. Betting Five to Son Laugdou; against Purteproud, 8 to 1; Passover, S to 1. FIFTH RACE. Purse $300; for maiden two-year olds; nvo far longs: Edward Kelly's ch. c, Torll, by Devotee Atalanta, 118 (Perkins) 1 R.O. Dogyett's b. g. Sallust, 100 (Covllr) 3 L. S. and W. P. Thompson's ch. f. La O liana, 108 (Powell) 3 Lucid, Tummy O. Hpunwell, Pontulx, Vlgcnta, En nomla, and Pocketboot: alto ran. Time, 1:0.1,. Betting Against Lucid, 8 to S, Torll, 4 to 1; I.a 01 tana,43tol; Tommy O.. 0 to 1; Spunnell, Vlcenta, and Ennomia, each s to 1: PocLctbook, 13 to 1; Sal lust, VU to 1; Pontinx, 80 to 1. SIXTH RACE. Purse $300; for three-year ol 1 selling; ono mile: T. J. Healr's ch. g. Mohawk 1'rluce. by Onondaga Bonnie Harold, 1)4 (Clawoitl 1 P. 8. P. Randcilph's b. c. Lnwh 01 11. lO.'i (O'Learv).. 3 A. D. Hampton ft Co.'s Vlnltn. HO(Penn) 3 lime, 1.13 Rotting Four to 1 ou Mohau k Prince; against Looh film, itnl! Vln)i. SO tn 1 Tho following Is tho progrnmmo for to-day: First Race Two-year-olds; selling; five and a half furlongs: Oxnald intMa Petite 09 Percy F lOalTorll 07 Salabar lUg.Mrdrli-a 04 The Dipper 103 Abundant V4 Money Spinner 08 Iudlsn summer U4 Ortoland vul Second Race Maidens: selling: one mile; Fellche 103 Salniulla 03 Patehogue 103 Mohuni-y 1)4 Destiny OUiUachelor.. 01 llosete S 07' Third Raoc Selling; three-fiunrters of a mile: Bcldemonlo 113 Mnnilan 103 Decide 113 IWug v 1U3 Bandowue loOiKalierLudwlg 100 Fourth Race Three-year-old, srlllngi one mile. Passover loOiLnohbltn fll Burlesque 100 Uunasias B3 KalserLudwIg 0S Fifth Race Maiden two-year olds; Dvo furlongs: The Dipper 114iRerld- Ill Genera 114 Malil D Ill Pontlfex 114 Amelia H Ill Lucid iu Alex. Pepper Ill St.Ivrs lUIStaln Ill Calculation Ill Sixth Race Selling; one mile an 1 a sixteenth: Marshal lOH.Hardimuo 80 W.II 105 Perii-us 08 Lambent 108 Flames 1)8 Refugee 103lEmolloual 84 nesulta at Harlem. Cnicioo, July 29. In the fourth raoo at Harlem to day Lady Callahan flntshod first, but was disqualified for fouling Whltcomb, who nni placed first, bum merles: First ltace-fteven furlongs Black Jack, 108 (Now. corah), 1 uto 1, wont OverePa. 103 (Morgan), lo to 1, seconds Brother Fred, V4 (Itubertaoui, 3u to 1, third. Time. 1:88. Second Race Five furloiisa - Ironical, 103 (A. Bar rett), 10 to 1, won; Globe II., 10.1 illumildsun). fi lo 3, second i Green Terra, 100 (Horgau), 0 to 1, third. Time, 1i08i. Third Race Ono mile. Msrtlu K H8 (C.Clay), IS Sol, won; Foustonlo, S3 (W. II. Martin), n to l.sao onds Amanda, U8 (Evans), lfi to 1, third. Tlmo, li48ti. Fourth Race sir furlongs. Whltcomb, 07 (Donald son), 8 to 1, worn Irene Woods, inn ( . Ilarretl) 4 to B. seoonds Lew Hopper, 108 (Luood). 7 lo 3, third. Time, 114. Fifth Race Five rurlongs. Douster Swivel, 10U (Bon-man), 0 to 8, won: llnsl. ion (P. Clay), fi to 1, seconds Miss Kliubellu, 103 (Mugnuiwn), IIO to 1, third. Time, li084. slith Race Soven fnrlomts. Hra"le (' IO.'I (Don aldson). 18 to 1. won; Miss Young, loll (P Clsy), 1.1 to 10, second; Necedab, 103 (A. Barrett), 0 to 1. third. Time, l:87'a. Iteaults at 81. Iiuls. St. Locis, July SO The races at the Fair Grounds this atternoon resulted as follows: First Race-Threo-quaners of a mile. school Olrh 10B (Gllmors). o to . wou; Tom Lilly, lOit (Oaruer), BtoB, seeondi Goethe, 100 (C. Slaughter), S to 1, third. Time, 1:17. Second Race Thlrteen-slxtceuths of nmlle. Trilby, 108 (C. Combs). U toll, won: May (lalop, 108 (Peter roan), fi to 8, s.condi Tin Cup. O.'l (Kltley). barred In the betting, third. Bets un Gold Top to show cashed. Time. l:8iK. Third Race Three-quarters of a mile. Ilasqull, 118 (Freeman), utoS, woni Sackvllle, 113 (Uarner), B to 1, seeondi Legion, 118 (Fuucon), 40 to 1, third, Time, lillHj. ' Fourth Race One mile. Linda. 104 (Webster), 0 lo 0. won: Madeline, 104 (II, Jon;a). D to 1. seconds .?:! V.4 (araer). 4 to 1. lUlrd. lime, !:41. ,!?J,,..,Uorsn eighths of a mllo Harry Duke. Ot (0. Combs). 3 to 3, woill Aquinas. HO (J. Woods), 7 to a, second Damocles, OU (Qarntr), 3 to 8, third. Time. I:874. ,,1iI.!?,'!ace Three-quarters of a mllo. imp. Sugar, 117 (Webster). 7 to I.woiu Judge Stouffer, 110 (Gil S?U,'5..to''"000dBlddubla,117(Hlukey), IB to 1, tniru. Time, l;lfisA On tbe Oakley Track. nl?0"."".1" 'P'7 88- Tha results of the races at Oakley to-day follow; First Race Five furlongs Seaport, 108 mill). to 1. won; The Devil, 100 (Morrison). 7 to 1. socond; Bon Jour, 100 (Matthews) 3 to 1, third. Time, 1:0.1. Second Usee One mile. Harry MrCoucb. 100 (Matthews), h to B, won i Letcher. Il3 (Relit), 4 to S, seconds Oov, Boles, 97 (Huston), 0 lo 1, third, Time, 1:13, Third Race Six furlongs, Osraon, 101 (Matthews), 7 to 1, won; Molllla. 103 (Hill), a to 1, seconds Fili buster. 81 (Huston), 10 to 1, iblrd. Tln I ISlj. Fourth Race The Ohio stakesi seven furlongs Taluea, 108 (Hill). 7 to B, won; Remember Me, 80 (Burns). 4 to I, second; Imp, 07 (Everett), 10 to 1, third. Time, 1 187. Fifth Race-Declared on on account of the death vt Dr. McLean, aaaMMaaatiMMaaBlaaMaiB NEWS OF THE WHEELMEN. XOVX VOXMiTTEKS T-ttOaitAMHB , TOR THE XATIOFAL MEET WEEK. A BterHe Cerea OnraBlsesl la the Thirteenth Reglaseat Many Clah Rosi Arranged for Snnday (English Manaractnrrra May Be, due (he kTrlea er Their Wheels, Too. The National meet of the L. A. W., which will be held at Philadelphia next week, will be formally opened on Wednesday. The first few days will bo devoted to the reception of visitors and runs. The Tour Committee haa arranged tho following programme: Aug. 4-9 A. M., Wlssshlokon drive; Capt. U. T. BldwelL J. Bart Rtoh, Thomas Wheeler. 8 P.M., Lancaster plket Capt, Frank 8. Wright, Charles Haag, Dr. Marvin A. Vint. Aug. 07:43 A. W., Valley Forge (all-day run); Capt. A. W. Gunther, George Bchabacker, Barry llocbatadter. 0 A, It, Wlssahlckon drives Capt. Frank 8. Wright. 8 P. St., Quaker City Country Clubs Capt. John A. Mead, John Ilorrisberger, 3 P. M West Falrmount rarki Capt, II. Bldwell. Aug. 6 8 A. M., Willow Grovel Capt. B. a Payne. 8 A. M., League Island and Penrose Ferry, return via raschallvlllo; Capt. Charles Walter. 0 A. M., Wlssa hlckoa drives Capt. John ltorrlsborger. 18:80 P. XL, Willow Grovel Capt. Theo. Bplker. Aug. 7 S A. it.. Willow Grovel Capt. Earl Bhoults, Frank 8. Wright. 0 A. M., Fort Washington, via Oer manlown and Chestnut 11111, thenoo to Willow aroTSt Capt. A. W. Ounther, J. McXetly, J. L. Wcatherly. V-.aa A. V.. Wlssahlckon drive Capt. Harry Longbot tom, George Bchabaoker, George Owens. 1 8:80 P. It., Willow Urave; Capt. William B. Hart, Harry lloou stud tor. Tho trial heats of tho races will bo run off on Friday and Saturday mornings, tho Anal events taking place In tho afternoon. The wheel haB a strong following among tho members ot the Thlrtoonth llcglmont ot Brook lyn, who have organized a biuyclo corps that promises to bo tho strongest tn tho country. Out of about 050 members of tho regiment It is esti mated that 230 ride bicycles. Tho corps has elected the following officers: President, U. 8. Palmer. Company El Vice-President. U. 8. van Anken, Company k; secretary. C. W. Bovas, Company K; Treasurer, Corpoial shlnn. Com- eny Ct Captain. W. A. Turpln, Company I; First leutcnaut, C. A. Smith. Company B; Second Lieu teuant. L. Holey. Company K. A meotlng will be held on Aug. 27, for which a general call will bo Issued to all tho bicycle riders. On Sunday a run will bo held to Hemp stead In charge of tho new officers. Tho success of tbe movement seems assured from tbo In terest manifested in tho Initial work. Kxhlbl Uon drills will bo a feature ot tho work ot tho corps during tho winter. The following runs have been arranged by the local clubs for Sunday: New York Century W., Far Rock aw ay: MeceaW., Flushing; Morris W Bath Beach s Emanon Cyclers, Msntclslr; Eureka W.. Llndenhurst; Manhattan B. C rtewburgi Ascension Club Cyclers, Bay villas Double X Coterie W., Far Rookaways Yorkvllle w.. Arroohar; Fleetwood W- Coney Island! Lyceum W Asbury Park: Lenox Cycle Club, ltockaway: San Salvador W.. Far ltockaway. Brooklyn Greater Kir York W.. Oyster Bay; De fender w.. Roslyn: Sunset W.. Orango: Pacotah Club V Rookaway Beach; Waverly II. C, nugurnotl Long Island W., Asbury Park; Bushwl.k W Paualo Falls; Nassau W., College Folnti Pioneer C. C Lake Guooesss Brevoort W Coney Island; Logan W., Tarry town. New Jersey nackensaek W Philadelphia; F.a Orange Cyclers, Greenwood Lake; Rutherford Cyclers, oentury run to New Brunswl.'k and return. The action of aomo of tbe American manufac turers In reduolng the price of bicycles this yoar Is felt In English trade circles to indicate tbat similar stops will bo taken abroad. Tho St. Jamet Oatctte says: It is good news for would-be cyclists rather than for those who already own good machines, or for shsrebolders In bicycle oomsianles, that the prloa charged for a nrst-rate "blko" seems likely soon to be much reduced. Certain Amerlcau companies, whlh had made a sort of ring for keeping prices up, havo Just announced that their best machines are to como down from 30 to 13, and It Is thought that the English companies must follow their lead. As a matter of fact, evidence was received In a recent case In the law courts that the very finest pos sible bloycles can bo proluced at a total cost for ma terials, labor, tires, and nttlngs of 8. Even with ex penses for retabUsbment, advertising, and other such items. It Is certain that a retail price of 14 or 13 would leave a fair margin ot profit. Yat people aro still asked to pay about 30 for the very best bicy cles. It there Is anything left In competition,' the consumer ought by now to be getting an 8 article for a good deal leu than that." ROUTES. Oreenport. In riding from Ssg Harbor, L. L, to Brooklyn, go to Bridgehampton, to Southampton, and ride over the Bhlnnecock mils, from which a fine view ef Shlnnecook Bsy on the south and Peconlo Day on the north Is obtained, to Canoe Place; continue to Suogue. West Hampton. Speonk. Eastport, East orlohee. Centre Moflohes. and West Moriches 1 then go through South Haveu, Brook Haven, and Bell port to Patehogue: follow tho main mad across tho railroad to BayiKrt avenue, to Bay- Sort! take tho Sayvllle road to Sayvllle, Oak ale. Southslde Cluo, East Isllp, latlp, Dayahorc, Babylon, Amltyvllle, Maseapequa aud Seaford; go through Rldgewood, Betlmorp, Merrick, Frceport, Ulllburn, Rockvllto Centre, Pearsalls, and Valley stream to Jamaica; then follow Broadway to Glen more avenue, to 8tone avenue, to the Eastern Park way, to Prospect Park, The distance Is about 117 miles. U. nulslniay. A rout to Audover. N. J., was pub lished la TnR Sex on July 3U. Tho roads In soma parts aro hilly but irood. P. T. C To ride from Asbury Park to Philadelphia go through Deal, Elberon, Long Branch, and Eaton town to Shrewsbury; continue to Colt's Neck, Free hold. Smlthburg. Cream Rlditc. Proeiwrtown, Horner town, and Hykcsvlllo to Mount Holly; then go to Ualuesport. Moorestown, Merchsntville, Camden, and 1 luiauviuuiu. Herman O. Overbeck. To rlile from Elizabeth, N. J to Mount Talor. N. J., follow Morris avenue to 3torristown; then ride through Morris Plains to Mount Tabor. The roads are good a fsr as Morrlntown, but the rest or the nay Is quite hilly. Tho distance Is about twenty-two miles. n. B. Nichols To ride from the Delaware Water Gap to Philadelphia, passing through Kalon. Pa., go to Saylorsburg, Eaaton, Freuchtowu, New Hup,, Yardleyvllle and Trenlou: then follow the turnpike to Bristol, Tullytown. Frankronl and Philadelphia. A Reader. 1. To ride from Albany to Saratoga, fol low Broadway to West Troy, lo Mechanlcsvllls; then take the turnpike to Maltevltlc, to Dunning street, to Saratoga. 3. To rldo froui Saratoga to (Ileus Fulls and thsnee to Warrtmsburg. reverse the Saratoga route to MechanlcsWlIe and eo through Beiuls Heights. Schuylervllle and Northumberland; cross the Hudson River to Thompson's Mills. Fort Edward, Sandy Hill and Olens Fail, coullnue to Caldwell, Lako George and Warrensburg. P. P. O. To ride to Pequanac, N. J., cross over to Jersey City and go through Exchange place to Hud son street, to Henderson strecl, to Mercer slrtet, lo the Hudson County Boulevard, to the Newark plank road, to Newark: follow Bloomrleld nteuue through Rloorafleld, to Montvlatr: then luke tho Pomptou turnpike to Cedar Grove, Little Falls, Mouutalu View, Wayne and Pequanao. 8. A. In riding to North Adams, Mass , starting from 110th street aud Seventh avenue, go to 110th street, to St. Nlcholaa avenue, to Tenth avenue, to tho KlngsbrldRe road, to 1H 1st street, to the Wash ington bridge; croes the bridge to Featbnrbetl lane, to Macomb's Dam road, to the Fordbam Landing road, to llalley avenue, to Klngslirldgoi continue to Yon kers, to the turnpike, to ulenwmitl; then go through Hastings, Dobln Ferry, and Irvtogton toTarrjtown; follow Broadway past the Andre monument, to St. Paul'a M. v.. Church, to the turnpike, to Blng Slngi continue to Peeksklll. to the turnpike, to OarrUou'ii, to Nt-lsoavllle, aud over the Highlands, to Flshklll village, to Wapplnger's Falls; cross the creek to South avenue, to l'oughkcopsle; follow the turnplko to llyilo Park, Btaataburg, Rhlnebeck, Red Hook, Upper Re 1 Book, Clermont, Dluu Stores, and Hudson; take Fourth street 10 the turnpike, to Stockport, stuyvesant Falls. Klnderhook. mil Pine Grove: aftor crosilu two small bridges follow tho Boston turnpike to Schodao Centre, nsit Greenbusli and nreenbush; cross the Hudson on South Bridge to Albany; leaving Albany, take Broadway to West Troy, and cross the bridge to Second street, to Troy; follow lltxislck sireot through Eaglu Mills, Centru Brunswick, Rayiuerstown, Pitts town, and lloyntonvllle to North Petersburg; con tinue to North 1'ow nal. Pownat, and Wllllamstonu, aud direct to North Adams. Tha distance Is aluut 803 miles. Rlchsrd L. Murray. In riding to Round Lake. N. Y take thu route to North Adams. Mass , published In Tux 8px this morning, at fur at Albany: then take Broadway to West Troy, to Meehanlcsvllie, and fol low the luruplke toMaltovlllos from Maltovlllo rlda down hill to Round Lake. R. N. In riding tn FIsliklll-on-the-Hudson from Fifty-ninth street and Eighth avenue go Ihroush Cen tral Park to 110th street aud Lenox avenue; rrom there take the route to North Adams, ilasa . publlshod In Tint Sux this morning as far as your destination, Thu roads are good. The distance la about slat) -two miles. NOTES. Tbe fourth annual century run of the Aasoclntsd Cycling Clnbt of New Jersey will leave Newark for Philadelphia at 0 o'clock t J mot row inorulug. A large number ot New York and Long Island oluts will be represented. A meeting will be held on Aug. 10 to urgunlsoan asioolatlou of cycling clubs In the Eastern District of Brooklyn. The members of the Morris Wheelmen will take part In the oentury run of tbe Now York Assoclsted Cycling Clubs to Philadelphia on Aug. 7. The annual excursion of the Williamsburg Wheel men will be held on Aug, 1 1, The leaders In tbe mlloago competition among the members of the Century Wheelmen of this city aro as follow.: T. llsuscbeldt. 4,HS3 E. M. Edwards, 4,038s O, M. Henderson, 4,S30 J. V. Bradley, .H.uua; C. E. Thurston. U.4U4; E. Munck, 8.4H1; E. E. Sey. iiioiir, 3,3301 W. II. Anderson. 8,711. The annual road races of the Logan Wheelmen of Brooklyn will be held In September. A rsoe meet will be held by the Sprocket Wboel Club of Flushing on Aug. 88. The American Cyclitt says; "Mora bloycles wero old during June of this year than In any provlous mouth In the history ot the trails." Btsln, the well-kuown French professional, Is ex. pected to arrive In this country to-morrow. The Manhattan Bloycle Club will hold a hlll-cllmb-lng contest on Labor Dny, The National Meet Committee announces that an L. A. W. Emergency Corp, composed of several prominent local physicians Interested in the work of the league, has been organized for work durlug tha meet. It has been arraugeu for at least one of thu members of tho corps to be present at headquarters, at tbe track, and at any other place where wheelmen wlllcongregatoin any uuiubertliruughoutnrxt week. The Castle Point Cjoler of Iloliukru will hold a series of racea at tbo Gulteuburg track nu Aug. 1 4, Capt, Campiell of the Morris Wheelmen of this city has arranged the following runs for next month: 1, Bath Beacbi 7, Philadelphia; 8, Bergen Polnti It, Bay Vlewi 14, Olen Island; id, Roslyn; 81, Coney Island; 88, Orange) 88, Bronx Park; 38, UanbMtau Beach. ! j! 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Spalding & Bros. Spalding-Bidwell Co. : I ; ! 120-130 Nassau Street. 20, Ol, 03 West 42d Street. NrVNlrVWVVVr,VVWsrVVrVVSrVVV THE LUTHY WHEEL, $150, I Selling at Present for $110. 1 WE GUARANTEE OUR PRICE. 1 Zil-1iyiERI-1Ali, Tho Wortd, Champion. UNSOLICITED, WHITES: Is undoubtedly tho finest wheel that baa aver been plaoed on the markat, A B Clanoc shows It to bo suoerlor to anything we have yet seen.N SJJ AUSTIN KKMSEN, lOO Nassau St., General Eastern .Agent, V. T. olty. BSJ Catalogue mailed en reqneit. fj THE 'IDE" WHEEL V2 PRICE I LIST 8100. S1SB. onARAHTKED IS MOMTIIB. MAH STOKI1 IPS liat HJttTH STBIIW. tvOWlVTOWrW BSB BROADWAY. A'Eir JEJtSET ATHLETES iTZW. Unlckerborker A. C. Hen Dereated nt Dergen Point After a Very Spirited Contest. Tho plcturosquo grounds of tho Now Jersey A. O. nt Bergen Point fairly glistened In tho sunehlno yesterday afternoon, and it waa diffi cult to re.tllzo that tho well-kept intlold and track hnd bcon practically submersed during tho rcicnt embarrassing tantrums ot Jupiter Pluvius. An ordinary outlne under tho glori ous atmospheric conditions which prevallod would h.tvo satisfied the most exacting, but tho management was not to bo outdono by tha Weather Uurean, and tho Bcrles of attractions prcBcntod outshone tho setting. It waa ladles' duy, to begin with, and tho grounds, stands, clubhouse, and terraces wero thrown open to the guiltier sex, n ho showed their appreciation of tho treat by swarming Into the lnclosuro In their daintiest summer costumes until every do Blrablo vantage point was occupied. The sceno In tlio arena was worthy of the brilliant Burrouudiugs. Tho .piece tie rteistance was furnished by tho first dual meet between the picked athletes of tho Nuw Jersey A. C. and tho Knickerbocker A. C. Their rivalry extended ov.t sixteen events on track and Held, and this programmo was diversified by miscellaneous games and exhibitions on tho, sward and aquatic sports on tho adjoining waters ot Newark Bay. Theso "sido dishes" In cluded gymnastics, fencing, baseball, rowing, su-immlng, and yachting, and tho Intervals v, ero tilled in harmoniously by a tuneful and In dustrious band perched on tha upper balcony ot the clubhouse. Although tho adherents of tho "Cherry Dia mond" aud tho " disk thrower" are friendly In times of inaction, they show tho keen rivalry ot thoroughbreds when brought toguther In a test of speed, muscle, and stamina, and neither Bide loft a stono unturned yesterday to secure tho prestige of victory. Tho Knickerbockers started off well in tho sprint, and scoring on tho A. A. (J. basis of 5 points for first, 3 for second, and 1 for third, miulo 0 points to their opponents' 3. Tho New Jcrsc) s drew level In tho next evont to the gicat consternation of tho visitors and many impartial experts, II. E. Jlanvol, tbo phenom enal Plngry schoolboy, making rings around Uollauder In tho half -mllo run. Tho homo team, admirably handled, placed, and coached by the club's veteran runnor, Ernie lljertbcrg, kept right on rolling up points and soon hud a formidable lead. Hut tbo Knicker bockers nover weakened, and at tho critical moment Harry Cornish let his pole-vaulting combination loose. They took all the points In sight, and when Ehric.li carried the diamond through tbo tape in a hair-raising finish of the S'JO-yard run the lead of tho New Jersoys had boon rut down to one point. With only three events to go the excitement grew Intense and Jem Sullivan played his trump card. This was In tho bicycle race, and his three star pedullors romped away with all tho points. The rival teams broko even on the next two events, and tho Now Jerseys left oft winners of a grandly contcstod tournament by 77 points to tholr opponents' 07. The Btruggle was signalized by several per formances of exceptional merit. Kbrlch won tho two dashes In rare Btylo despite a rather holding track. Jlonvel offset this by taking tho 4-10 and 880 yard runs with the finish of a gonu lno champion. Rogers Bhowod a flno turn of speod over tho high hurdles and Buck playod with his Held over tho low obstacles. Fred Beck of Vale won tho shot with a capital performance, but lu tbo othoruolght ovents was forced, to play second llddlo to kdgren, who covered him self with glory in these specialties. The ono-milo run developed Into a desperate struggle hetweon It. U Kalon, a now find of the N. J. A. C., und Daniel U'Connell. The latter outsta) ed his rival and shook htm off In the last twonty yards. Another brilliant race was fur nished by tho ono-mile run. In relnys, and alto gether tho competition was of a calibre rarely seen outside Iho regular championship tourna ments. Summary: 100-Vurd ltun-Won by J. W. Ehrlch, K. A. C. O. a. bulier, .N. J. C seeondi W. A. Karus, 1CA. O third Time 1 u 8 3 seconds. ((80-Yard llun Won by 11. E. ilanvel, H. J. A. O.t O. O, Hollander. K. A. C. second; 1. II. ChrtsUnsen, N. J, A, C , third. Time, 1 minute 50 3 0 seconds. One-lllle Walk Won by l.uuU Lelbsold. N. 1. A. C.i J. Iran r. N. J. A. C, secoud; If. W. hadd, K, A. a, third. Time. 7 minutes 53 8-5 seconds. 180-Yard Hurdles Won by W. 11 llogers, N. J. A. C.i John Colgate, N. 1. A. O., second: II. 13. Itey nolds. K. A. o third. TIiup. 10 l.ft seconds. no-Yard Ilun Won by II. K. Mauvol, X. J. A. C.i II. I.. Washburn, K. A. C, second: U.V.Lyons, K.A. C. third. Time, f8 !!! second. uue-JIIle llun Won by Daniel O'Connell, K. A. 0. H. I.. Katun, N, J. A. C. stcond: I'. II. Chrlstensen, N. J. A. C. third. Time, 4 mlnuti-s 43 :i fi seconds. Uuuulng High Jump Won by J. Cosgrave. Jf. J, A, C. nltha Jump of fi fret rt Inches: C. U.l'owell. K. A, C. second, with a Jump of fi reel 7 Inches, W. t,. Uruuiuioud, U, A, C aulJ T, Kltgerald, K. A. C, a tlo for third, wltb ft feet 8 Inches. rultlu,: III Pound Shot Won by F. neck, N. J. A. O., with a put of 48 feetSHi Inches It. J! cDougsll. N.J, A. 0., scoud, with a put of 87 feet 1 luoheal 11. W, Edgreu, K. A. 0 third, with a put of 80 feet t lnehes. Pole Vault Won by O. II. Smith, K. A. 0.. with a vault of lufeet HJ"u Inches : s. K, Thomas, K. A. O, second, with a vault of lu feet 7 Inches: I), Itouss. K. A. U., third, with a vault of lo feet, BmllU and Thomas originally lied at 10 feet 7s Inches, the Jump off resulting a aljovr, 880-Yard ltun-Won by J. W. Khrlch. K, A. C.i Charles A. Hulirr, N. J A. C seconl) w. A, Kama. K. A. O.. third, rime. VI I U seconds. One Mile lllcjclo llnev Won ly Harry Hosfonl, N, J. A. C; William J. petinc, H. J, A. C, second! W L. Vanuer, K J. A. C, third. 'I lino, a minutes BO sec onds U'O-Yard Hurdle Uacc Klnal 1 eat won by Jerome Bui'lr. K. A l" : John t'osi;rae, N, J. A. C, sveondl II. II. Iteynulds, 1C. A (.' . third. Time, 80 30 sreouas. 'Ihrowtu,; 10 pound Hammer Won by H. w Ed gren, K. A, t' llh a throw of 137 frets Fred Iieck, K. J. A. C, second, with a throw of HO foet 0 Inchest I. Itouss, K. A. O., third, with a tlirow of 04 feet 101 tnihcs. One-Mile llelay Hare Teania of four mon, each man iu run a quarter: Won by K. A. C. first toam, U. O'Connell, 1". J, Curie, M. J. Waters, Jr., and 11. I. Wasliburiii second, K. J. A. (' first team. C. A. Sulser, J, Kitipatrlck. ,N, It. l'cuderi;ast aud II, E. Manreli third. K. A, C. second losm, o. W. Vreelaud, J, I' Pt-ruard, 1 A. Sajh-a aud (J, (I, Hollander, Time, 3 minutes 30 4 1 h'-couds. Throwing so-1'ouud Weight Won by B. W. Kdgren, K. A. (-'., null a lliron of U3 foet 3tj Inches: KreU Hock, .V. J.A.I', MH-onil, with a throw or 31 iet H tueiiesi 11. M"l)iiifull, -S. J. A. U., third, with a throw of Ku feet H luclies ltunulug llrua 1 Jump Won by W, II, nosers, N, J, A. C with a Jump of ill feet lLj Inchest W. U Drum mqnd, K. A. C. stooud. with a Jump of WU feet bU Inches) J, T, fltsgerald, K. A. C., third, 110 feet s Im-hfta. Four-Oared Barge Race Crew Ko. li O. H. Cham berlain, bow) J, b. A. Uostvrd, 2; A. C, Wright, S W. IsSSSSSslstsSSSaSSSSSSSSSls i; With Prices Like These ? ;: i; 1897 ji ;0lmiabias ! STANDARD OP THB WOIUjD ' I j: AT $75.00 1 i 1896 ColDmblas $60 : : 1897 Hartford3 50 : Hartford Pattern 2, Wosioa's . 45 : : ; Hartford Pattern I, Ilea's . . 40 : : ; Hartford Patterns 5 and 6 . . 30 : i The quality of Columbias ; ; will not be cheapened, no J ; matter what the price. ; ! POPE MFG. CO., Hartford, Conn. J ::NewYorkStores:ao.n.lT-tev:; I GniWFORD BICYCLES, f j; 1897 MODELS. I J J OJT A rAYMElfT ov x i$0 CASH V ' ATTD 3S niOKTIIET PATMEXTS OT g $4.17 ($50.00 EIBT), J I TTXTH OITE TEAK'S QVAIlAintEE. X J CALL OB JTBLTB ? I B. G. P. 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Bpeelal Ptrsmptorr 8alo LADIES' AKU CI BT' HIUB UOAIIB DICYCLBS DoublA UUsmaad and rmbluallou Tandems Comprlsinf a large assortment of new high grade standard wheels, finished lu assorted colors, mud with first quality ttree. mcYCI.KS NOW OK EXDIIlITION'. ' Buyers ean purchase Willi confidence. rpmKS. 1 pair, best '07si lull warrsntrs freer X pairs. MINKKAI.IZED BDCllEIt CO.. 1 H Cllg St. W, Oenet, stroke: L. 3, Durlaad, coiswaln. Crew No. t: II. J. a Msekej, bow; K. M. Khodertek. Si O. a Walton, Hi V. llohertsou. stroke A. b. Uortlon, oox swain. Crew No, l won after t. hostljr contested raoa br a quartor of a leaetli. FourOared Shell Usee Crew No. 1 1 B. C. Annett. bowt W. W, Oenet, Hi J. It. MarDonald, 3 K. O. Schur. Irr, stroke. Crew No. ti N, II, Dar. bowt U 1. IMif Und, V i M. V, Strlugbam, 3 Frank Dsj, stroke. Crow No, 1 won in good stylo br about a lcnictb. EtghtOared Bhell Raco Htaten Island A, O.I O. II. Doushertr, bowt K, T. Uonoellr, tfi li. Urown, 8i C J. Hchrmnuie, 4 A. Koehn.6i K. Wolcr, Hi V, u, Jansen, 7i 1- Wolff, strokes W. C. Crelghton, uoiswuln, New JerseA.C: I.. J. Borland, Ixnvi J. ft. HacDonaM, l r. l)y. 3 K. P. Alien, i K. P. Vredenburrli. &i U. . Sehiivlrr. i M. V atrlnghaia, 7 N, U. Dsy, stroke, IU 1 C. Aunett, cosswala. The. two eights got away to a lioautiriil start I anil lirlil each other on practically even terms over tho three-quarter inllo course, NoarluKtho 1 flulshlni; lino the Islanders spurted lu daehliiir st) lu anil won hy tholr front canvas. 1 1U0 Varil Hwlnuulnjlla Won hy W Iloberlsou. T. F. Handy seejnd, II. V Foi third, F, f Calder fourth, M Vseht Usee for Cluh Fleet Won by W.T Barnard's abln cat Drift, T 1, Parker's raldn cat Tlehe swxiod, W. W (Janet's i,oen sloop IrtMiuols third, J. 11111 and I I. Vredeoburgb's open rat Chip fourth. I.. J. Borland's 1 open eat Tomloy firth. 1 Ussebsll (lame New Jersey A. C, regular team, tl Sen Jersey cricket department, X, 1