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R BEATEN IN THE TWELFTH.
Ik jtbif xonita lose a uaiw oame to HK tjk viui.Avr.i.ruus. fiU Baltimore Victorious In thn First Important Kv! Ur.itir at IIostoa Cincinnati! Win from thn ?& Cleelans-t. IauIi lira! ritisbiirc 1o IrJr ' (ln at llroolilju other Uamri anil Uosalp 1S:$ After fighting pluckiljr for twolro innings tho Rjp" New Yorks wcro forced to yield tlio palm to tho pf," l'hlladolphlas yostcrday. It was nn unfortunate p--'' defoat, for at tills atngo of tho game, when tbo j& loaders nro tunallnir for supremacy, evory gamo EST vionbyJoyco and his mon counts. Tho Haiti- gje tlruoros, with Joo Corbott pitching, won tho first "Jk gamo of tholr last series lti Boston. In eplto of fe'Jy. tbo fact tbnt Nichols pitched for Boleo's men. As a result tho Hostons' load was rcdticod to IS points, nnd If tho champions win again to-day thoy will be U points behind tho Ilunnoatcrs. In order to tako first place thcreforo. Hnnlon's team must win thrco straight In the Hub. Tho Clnclnnatts also played fast ball, thereby win Ding a very close contest from the CIcvalands iancl Increasing tholr advantage over the New Yorks to 54 points. 1'itlBburg's defeat at tho hands of St, Iouls pcrmlttod tho Chlcagos, who didn't play, to tako scvonth position. Wet grounds prevented tho Washington-Brooklyn game at Kastorn I'ark, and It will be played oft ' to-day. Tho results: rhlladelphls, S New York, 4. .3. Ilaltlmorc, 1: Huston. 4, ' Cincinnati, S; Cleveland, 4. '5j St.Loula, 8! Pittsburg, 7. " At Brooklyn Wet Grounds. if TUK itKConu. 3- JVri rvr ! Clubt. JVon.fcost.Cenr. Clubs, iron. toj(. Cent. i, Boston 68 87 .88K Chicago 40 48 .453 F;! Baltimore. ...34 X7 .887' Pittsburg 48 .408 h Cincinnati.. ..54 X8 .HDD l.oulsvlllo...,4U 30 .414 ;, NewYork....4tl as .803 Brooklyn .. ..3 48 .488 X Cleveland.. ..48 4U .380 Washington. .81 53 .HOW h Philadelphia. 12 43 ,483ISt. Louis Z4 00 .887 K l'HILADELl'IlIA, Si NEW YORK, 4. K Philadelphia, Aug. 5. In tho greatest gamo j . that has been seen at the Philadelphia ball park X this year the Philadelphia to-day defeated Now Js, York by a scoro of 0 to 4. It took twclro Innings ; to decide tho contest, and they might have been V playing yet had not Ducky Holmos, tho young 3t left fielder of tho visitors, taken compassion on (f the homo crowd and ended tho game. Doth ' teams wero playing magnificent ball, and R' colthcr seemed disposed to giro an Inch to tho i other. , ft It was a beautiful contest from the start, and W .aotamlnuto was dull or unlntcrostlng. Every 5 turn at bat developed pretty blttlnc and brll- :! llant at times phenomenal fielding, which ,j kept tho scoring light. When tho ninth Inning t was reached and the scoro a tie It seemed as 'it though tho crowd rs doomed to a long stay, 'V1 Both Moekln nnd Taylor wcro pitching remark- $ nblo ball, and the probability of cither side i (coring ecemed indeed remote. And so it might kCt have been bad not Holmes's fiasco been enacted. m It was the twelfth Inning, and tho I'hlladel- &? phlas bad retired New York by wonderful field- ?; lng without a run. Coolcy was at tho bat, and :$ beforo this In tho game he had bit lleckln ,jr safely and once for a home-run drive. Ho tried , again, and another bit, an exact counterpart of f his other staggerer, followed. It struck just a 5 foot from tho top of tho thirty-foot fall, how vt ever, and second baso was tbo best ho could do. , Dowdlllod out to TIcrnan, andDelehanty re- f tired at first on a hit to Donnelly. Cooley, meanwbllo, took third, and Lajoic drove one out to left Held. It sailed directly at Holmes, and ;jf every one settled for another Inning, when tho '- ball eluded tho grasp of tbo over-anxious Now 'j Yorker, and tho gamo was won. q From start to finish tho game was full of f climaxes. In the eighth, when tbo Phlladcl- phlas had a chance to win, Davis nipped it in ! the bud with a rattling stop of a hit from La- Jot e, which ho followed up by a good catch off 3 Nash. In tho tenth, with a man on base, he t again got a hot one off Dcichanty, nnd, with Gleasoa and Joyce, completed a double play. On ; three separate occasions a hit or an error would havo given tho gamo to either sldo after the ;:r ninth bad been played. All the men on both -',' x ltdes played a good gamo iu the field with tbo fUjs - exception of Joyce, who appeared greatly at ;. lea In his new position. 3f Noltber toam Bcored In the first two Innings, 4? hut both broke tho leo in tho third. Van Haltren 3 hit safely for New York and TIernan sacrificed, & wbllo Joyce sent him homo with a Tattling ; elngle. Dowd's error allowed the captnln-gon- ' eral to tako second. Davis lined out a clean two-bagger nnd tho second run was scored. if, Three succoMlve singles sent Cooley over the 6 plate for I'hlladelphlH. and a second run should (J have been scored, but Warner, who, with Doyle, Sf was umpiring the gamo In the absenco of a rcg yj Tllar ottlclal, declared Cross tho third out 4 on a doublo plav. New York scored again In the fourth on Holmes's splendid bunt , nnd Vllson's douhlc, nnd might hnvo gotten ',' ftlll another had Wilson not tried tomake tbreo S bases on his hit. Cooley ndded one to Phlladel- i phla'sscoro In tho next inning on bis own homo- fe run drive. Philadelphia then forged ahead by S tallying two in the seventh. Nash was sent lo & first, and scored on Taylor's pretty two-bagger, ;'t the big pitcher coming homo a second later on 5? Cooley's double, his fourth hit of tho game. A j tlmoly double by Joyce and fJleason's pretty sin- '4 glo tied the scoro In tho next inning, and no 3 more scoring was dono until the twelfth. The ft ocoro: 5 rniUDXLriiiA. new tork. 51 . 1 b. r.o. j, . n. 1 b r.o. . a. Cooley, cf.... 3 BIO 0 V'nlUlt'n.rf.l l a 0 0 )i Dowd.rf 0 1 B 0 llTlernan. rf..O 14 0 0 k petStasnty.lf.O 10 10 Joyre, lb. .a 2 14 18 tT LaJole,lli..,,0 0 20 0 0 Uavlt, .. ,n 1 a a 0 E Cross. 2b.., .0 1 a 17 OKIIriuon, 8b.. 0 1 .1 4 1 allien. M....0 1 fi l lHoli.iei.lr...i a 3 o 1 Kuh, nil 1 0 2 0 o!l)onnolly. 3b 0 0 2 4 0 "& M'Farland, c.O 0 !) 0 O.WIlwn. C....0 1 B 0 0 Taylor, p.... 1 10 4 1 Meeklu. p 0 0 0 0 0 f Totals aioant'J al Totals 4 03Zlii Two out when winning run was scorod. Philadelphia.. OOlUloailOOO 15 $ Mew York... .0 0810001000 04 tf, Earned runs Phllsdclphla. D: Kew York, 2. Two- A bass hits (,'DOlry (2), Taylor, Davis. Joyce, Wilson. ,V llonia run Cnley. .Naorinoo liits Na-.li. TIernan. if Stolon bates l.ajole, Crcxu, Van llsltrm. OUasou, J Donnolly. L-lt ou bas Phllai Inbla HiKsw York, it 1- Struck out Cross, M Farlsnrf. )lltn. Holmes. A Meokln. Double plays Cross aud Lajolo; bleavin ,t and Joyce i Davis, llleaion anil .lorco. Firt base on ' rrors-Ptilla.li'lplilo. i Now York. 1. Klrst base on S bslla Nash, yeFarlaml. Wild pitch Meekln l'ased S5 balls StcKarlanJ, ai Wilson, 1. Time s hours and J XO inlnutis. Umpires Iioylo and Warner. HALTiuoni:, U B0ST0.t. 4. 'L Bostos. Auk. B, Dnston's first gsment home after a Hvowoeks" trip resulted In dtilsho defeat. Haiti- !- more outelaod her. Thn pliehlug was very looso. ' Corliett dirt not deserve to win and Nichols was hit a, nardor than In any previous name this year. Tho story Is tol.l by the eighteen Boston men left on bases. S' Tho score: 1- ssLTiuoaa. i aosros. Jfe McOraw. Bb.l l n 4 o'lramllton.rf.l 2 0 0 6 If Koeler.rf .12 10 OITenney, lb.,0 18 11 5? Jennings, sa. 1 14 4 it I Lung, as, ...I) 14 8 0 V Oulnu, s. ,.o u n 0 uiDutly.lf o i n u i S Kelley. If... .2 II 1 0 o btahl.rf ..,"a 8 111 ; Btensel, cf.. 8 2 a u olmitiiis, lb.,.u 2 4 a 1 3. Iioylo, lb....l a lo 1 0 Lv. 2b. ..o u 1 a 0 If lleitl, 2b..., 1 2 4 4 0 Perxi-n. a . a 1 B 1 0 V Clsrke, o. ..0 ll A I li Mciinls, d... U 1 1 8 o i l Cortittt. p.,.u ooo o htivbtts' o o o u o Totals.. .uHaTlT'ai Totsti ...TiTvTial -i; Stlvetts batted for Nichols In the ninth Inning. y Baltimore 4 o i o a o o o l a , S Ilostou 1 0 1 Ij 1 1 o 0 0-4 ' Jj Earned runs llaltlmoro, (li llinlnn, 2. Twn-bus t s- bits Kelley, Tnmy,ntahl, Lowe. Home run Kelley. " 3 Bacrince lilt Clarke. Kluleii ba stcniel. I'lrst ,1 base ou balls Oir Corlwtt, Hi oil Nichols, a. Hit by !V pitched ball htahl. First bate on errors Itosiun, 2 t Llaltlmure, a, r4svd bulls llnteii, 2, btruck out Bt Uurbctt, 4 by Nichols, a. Double plays Itrltt. I Jenolugs. anil Doyle Doyle and Itcllt; ling ami . Tenuey, Lo(t on bases Huston, 1S Ilaltliuore, H. At- '. teniauce. M.eotl. Umpire Lynch. Tliue-2 hours ;. r. and 2 minutes. ' CUCIXSATI. B 1WIUMI, 4. unturssn, Ausr. u, Tho Indians were to-day de- I teatea In their last apiieararit-n here fur the season, 5 Again uu regular umpire was ou hand and "Huk" i. liolllday handled the Indicator. Iianimanu waa hit , freely aud t.hret relieved him and was Invincible. 'X The acorei fti .i.srxun. i ciscissiTi. if - U, I D. I'.O. A, It II. 1 B, r 0 A B? $ JSrr,.rtV.'-? ! " u ""urke.lf l" oo ii Chllds. 2b., 1 1 4 4 tllioy.cf 0 2 2 0 0 f McKeau.ss. 2 I 0 a 1 Corcoran. as .1 8 a A 1 X Wallace, an I 3 l a Olrwln, :il.,...o 14 10 Hi 2-"u,i,'r,cJ . ! ' " " Miller, rf. ..I 0 a J 1 t? tHkrrlu.''" ' " 1 Heeklsy. II...1 2 18 1 0 T"all,lll...O 112 0 II M I'liei. 20..0 0 1 4 1 rft "'! -" o " i apeiu.u .. i i a o o ' J-owell, p....0 0 o 2 liliaiiinianu.p.ii o o i u fa .... T " - fchrut, p. ..01120 lotaU..., 4 0 24ia 3Bchrtver'....0 0 0 0 0 g, I Totals ,3 "l 7 x7 "5 rj flatted for Daratuann In tho thlnl Inulng, ? OJnelnnstl.. .. o o a I o n o i . b J Cleveland. 1 ll a 0 u o o 0 0-4 Karnod run-cleeluud, Too base hlls-Wallace P.?,'?0"". !,"",u biMs-ConoiaB, liurke. ilor V "".'"i .""Ublo playa-i'imuran and llikley, Chllds I anl Tclwau. Hrst base on bsll.-oit liaiiin ai.ti i, J oirKhret,Jio.Tl'ov,rll. I Mruvkuut -Uyla ,i inu 1. by Powell. 1. Pa.,iMbulvn, wil put-fi V """"' a'rlllcelills-ChlIdi,Corn.rau.VrlB,T Tin -8 hours. Uinpire-llolllda .titwVuiiiwlIj.ou". 'jr ST. UU, 8; niTsOllia. 7. KV ?$ H: AV.1!' a-rllir' home rim over the left- i' Jld feuoe yrlth oue mail on base in the el.nth sbbbw. ,.n.u.'?' tV.a ,he "row,'Jf fro' '"et tills "lierawu k " " cams wlib. a rush lu the cloitog uSag aLlllllllllllltBIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIWMslKlffiJEa.f 7', f- ,n V and nearly bails oo a victory, Attendaaej. 1,000. Tim Hunt was arrested arter the (am on a chars of aasaalt with Intent to kill for strlklni man with bear glass In Cincinnati yesterday. The score) ST. LOUIS, I nTTABUBQ, B.IB. r.o.A. . Mb. r.o. A. B. Donslaa, p.,.1 1 I 0 Tannehlll.ef.1 0 4 0 1 Turner. rf...l too 0 Kmlth. If. ... 1 t S 0 I Hsrtman, Ob.l 2 0 4 llPadden, 2b..O 18 3 0 arady,lb....2 2 10 1 lliavU.es ...2 8 10 1 I.nlly.ir 0 2 A 0 li Ho'tneU'r.llbl 110 1 Hallman, 2b 0 1 II 2 1 Donovan, rf I 2 a 0 0 L'ro-s, s I 1 A A Oiltathbun, lb.O 18 0 0 Harley, cf...O 0 0 ll 1 Merrllt. o 1 112 0 lloiisoiirn.cM i 2 0 n UuKhcy, p.,.0 2 0 2 0 Lucid, p 1 004 0 Totals 7 12 21 7 4 Totals Ull 27 17 4' Pittsburg 1 0 0 12 0 0 1 27 St.Louh 2 2 0 110 0 3 ..8 Karnrd runs It. Louts. 4t Pittsburg, n. Three-base Mia Donovan, Davis. Homo run (Irady, Hacrtflce lilts Harley, Lally, Turner. Stolen bases Turner, Cross (2), Padden. Duuble play Hartnian, Halliuan. and Urady. First baso on balls OIT Lucid, Bi off lluiih y. B. hlruck out Dy Lucid, 1; by lluxhcy, 1. Passed bsll Itcrrltt, Time 2 hours and UU minutes. Umpire Hurst. Eastern Leacue. at mrrALo. n. ii. e. Duffalo 0 10 10 110 S ll in 2 bcranton 0 0 0 4 0 0 10 0 B 12 1 llatterlet Sanders and Bmlthi Wcllncr and Boyd. at TonoiTO. R. n. k. Toronto 0 0 1116 0 3 410 2H 8 Wllkrabarre 0 u u 4 0 1 0 I u 12 10 1 llattsrlcs Norton and Uaker; Keenan and Uondlng. AT MOKTRKAL. n. n. x. Montreal 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-2 4 2 Springfield 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 01 0 4 Batteries Decker and O'Neill Korwun and Duncan. AT SYRACUSE. r. n. e. Syracuse 0 20000010 1-0 lo A l'rovldonce....2 120010 2 0 .. H 13 2 Vattorlea Mulcahey and Hyant Hodson and Dixon. Atlantic) League. AT lIARTrOILD. n. ii. E. Hartford 4 3 12 0 0 11 ..IS la 1 Newark 1 0012U10 1 0 117 Batteries Vlckery and Iloachi Oettlg and Zearfoss. AT XOItrOLE. R. It. E. Norfolk 0 0 0 2 10 0 0 o-a 4 2 Athletics 0 0 0 10 0 10 0-3 11 1 Batteries McFarland and Snyder; Garvin and Fox. AT KICIIMOVD. R. n. E. Richmond 0 0 1 0 0 t 0 2 04 H 3 Keadlug 0 0 10 0 0 11 0 .1 12 a Batteries Schnddt and Foster; Amolc, Mclntyrr, and Huyden. Other Itaiura. AT coorxasTowit. r. n. e. RtcbAelds 1 2 0 10 0 7 0 213 20 0 Cooperauwn....0 0U00S80 2 7 00 Batteries Ajtae and Lestage; Lenehan, Wood, and Vlgueau. Baseball dames To-Day. KATIOSAI. LEAOUK AMD AMER1CA1 ASSOCIATION. New York at Philadelphia-. Washington at Brook lyn', Baltimore at Boston: 1'ltuburg at Bt. Louts. EASTEKX LEAaUE. Syracuse at Buffalo; Montreal at Toronto; Provi dence at Bcranton. ATLANTIC LEA0UE. Newark at Hartford: Lancaster at Paterson: Ath letics at Norfolk; Heading at lllchmond (tno games). Ilaseball Aotea. II. L. Meekln. D. P. W. A wins. Will the manager of Kid Carsey'a West Now York yield Club kindly aend hts address to Herman O. Lua tlf, 327 East Twenty-nfth atrei-t, tliU city Manager Selee of the Boittms aava Billy Keeler of the Baltliuures Is far and away the best right fielder In the country and In the frout rank as a batsman. The New YorVs n 111 devote all of nett wevfc to tho Bostons, havlug saven straight games to play with them three In Boston and four at the Polo Grounds. It will bo a hard test lor both teams. A great deal of Interest Is Ix-ing manifested as to the reaultof the comlnir game between the two cra:k baaeball teams of New Jersny, the Orange Athletic Club and the Orltsnl Field Club, which ulll be played on the Orange Oval to-morrow afternoon. JohnL. Sullivan has leen umpiring gimes tho past month in Providence, Hartford. Atlantic City, and In Philadelphia, where he officiated In a game between the Ateletlc and Norfolk teams of theAtlantlc League. Next Sunday Johu L. will umpire for Kid Carsey'a team and the Ironsides of Newark at Weehawken. CrscixKATI, Aug. 6. The condition to-night of Fire man Cartuyvelles, who was hit near the right temple by a heavy beer.la-s thron u by Umpire Tim Hurst. is somewhat Improved apparently. List night there were symptoms res-mbllug those of locklaw or par alysis, but theei- have dlsappearrd, and he talkaand eats with little lnconir nlence. Dr. K. H. Wlggers sa.d to-night that the extent of his Injuries might be a couple more daya In developing, but he thought the Indications more favorable for steady Improvement than otherwise. Wane le Play flamrs, The Beekman Baseball Club has all Saturdays In August open for out-of-town clubs offering a suitable guarantee. Address ltayraond B. Peres. 310 Fast Ninety-third street. The Alcoves of Twenty-fifth street and Eighth ave nue would like to hear from teams u hose players average 10 years. Address J. Kelly, captain. 21B West Thlrty-flrst street. The St. Ann's Baseball Club would like to hear from all clubs whose players average lfltara for Saturdays and Sundays. Address Edw. Jester, man ager, 350 Brook avenue. The Eureka Biseball Club would like to arrange games Hlth clubs who-e pla) i ri aeren-e lliears for Saturdaya and sundajs. Address Abe ltoseubaum, manager, 238 Delancey street. lThe Volunteer Baseball Club of Harlem would llko to arrange games with clul whose play era average IB or 11) years for Sundays, at Astoria. Address H. Golluber, manager, 105- Fast lu3d atreet. TheO. V. Ts. havo Aug. if. Sept (1 (twogamesl. 11, 16. and 2fl open for good tluba. Dover II. 11. C, Boon ton H. B. C. llockaway A. A., anil Newton, N. J., pre ferred. Address s. Lunn, manager, Newark. N. J. The Crescent Baseball Club of Greenwich, Conn., has Aug. 11, lrt. and 2A open, and would like tohrar from goid clubs offering a suitable guaraulee. Ad dress It. Bullwlnklc, manager, Mlanus, Fairfield county, Conn. The Comets of Long Island City have Aug. IB, 22, 28. anil l.abor Day (two games) oiwn for nrst class semt professional clubs, at tblr grounds at Long Isl and City, the Stars of I.oug Island Clt anil I'econlce of Greenpolnt preferred. Address William Hunt, manager, 03 East Eighth lre t. Long Island City. fioaalp or the Itlng. Kid McCoy's brother, Homi r, has been matched to box Charley Huruea at Clncluuatl In a few vwt.ks. Jack Lyuch, Oeorge Dlxou's former sparring part uer, aul JacU Collins of New Jersey will box twtuty rounds at Trtntou on Aug P Kddle Curry and Joe Bernstein are not to fight. Tommy Creed ts to l Joe's next oppomut, and the match will be decided at the South Beach A, C. In about four weeks. Billy Smith of California says ho would like to meet any llif pounder builth Is a likely looking fel low He has one drawback, however, and that Is he cannot punch tery bard, Geori-e Oreen end Joo Walcutt. who are matched to box at San Frauclaco this month, may not come to gether at all. Green is complaining of a soro hand, and Is far from b-Mng lu shopo Tommy Creed Is getting himself In condition for bis contest with Joe Bernstein, which w 111 take placn In three weeks' time, .Creed Is lielng looked after by Florrle Barustt, and Is located at South Beach. Col, John Hopkins sat a he could not aee Billy Brady yesterday, but that he has an appoint incut with the latter for Saturday morning. Brudv will then, ac cording to Hopkins, offer a purse fur McCoy and Dan CreeUon. Dan Lynch has recehed a despatch from the Knickerbocker A. C, of Hun Frnm ism, which has bid $20,000 for the Maher-Bbarkey tight, stating that the articles of agreement should reach this city by next Tuesday, Young Caulfleld, who has been defrntlug a number of ambitious bovrrs latily, would like to meet any 1 IB-pouuder. Caulfleld Is all I'M side lad, anil If he keeps up Ids good work should soou win his uey among the top nutchers. Tommy Ityau Is training for Ids mill with Kid Mc Coy at Frenchman's lslai.it, Ourldu Lake, hlch is tweh u mites from Sjracu.e. hd Dunkhorst, the bl,r (linnaii heavyweight, Is handl ug ltan. The battle will tako pluco at Syracuse uu Sept. H, Tommy White clinched his proposed meeting with Das Wallace before the National Sporting Club of Loudon, yesterday, by signing urllcles of agreement, whlihwere rrcilwd by Dr. Ordway ou Wedutsday. While will leawi for tho other side this mouth, Now that Tommy bliortcll'a match with Frank P.rno has lieendielared off, the former Is going to muke an effort to nght "Koike" Sullivan, Jack uougherty, hhortell's manager, lias p ted a forfeit of Biol), and wllllrt It remalu up for thirty duja. Shunt II wants to ineetsulllvau al 130 pounds for any number of rounds. BU.TIN0UE, Aug. A. Joo Oins, the famous colored light weight, baa male up with Al Herfurd, his old mauager, and signed a contract 'or two yeura. Ihe Injunction against llaus will now lo ill, suited, and the two will probably start for N in Froiulscu shortly, where a match forapursn of $.',300 Is on foot I o tweeu Gaus and Eddlo Connolly. NxwOnikAvs, Aug. 0 The St. Bernard Athletic Club has decided to pay the license asked by the St. Bernard police Jury and pull orf the prUe light l tweeu Everhardt and Mrparllamt, fixed lor Aug 2.1. and has made the necessary application for a license If It Hilda that prise fights pay ul those llgiues. It will t,o Into Ihe pugilistic business. If It rails lo pay, It will abandon tho Held. The lonstrucllou of I lie aroua will bo hurried, ' llllllards. The feature of the fourth night's play In the bil liard match at Daly's academy Ian night was the remarkable masse ami bank sl.ols executed by thejouthful German i hanip'oii. Time and again he sent the balls the full length of the tublo for aosnu of tho prettiest bank shuts seen lu Now York since the last bl match, The pluylng for tho nlluuas vrry een throughout, and ilcloughlln cut donn hi op ponent's lead somewhat by scoring 327 lo :,ou. Me Loughlln opened Willi a spleudld mu of H-t. Mis double-ngure runt were 4, 3d, 21, au and 21, whllo Kerkau's best were 50, 21, 02 and 114, The total for four nights Is: Kerkau, i.i'Udi McLougbtln, 1,1 at). Ilasaball. Ka.icru Park. 4 P. 91. Tu-Day. Brooklyu vs. Washington. Admission 20 sud 60c atuv, k. tsi JLSfj.! . ..wiSftJtl'ri.a.V.1'g?.r.rr- ..yA'H KEENE STABLE Ilf FOM. TUE ITJIXTB AJTD ItTjVB trOTS JJf THE VAX IiriOE AT BAKATOOM tana Odds Against Qaeeu ef Besaaty ana Fla flltlnner-PMtrsM Win Use AlabsiBta ttakta tteverlx-Tarol ttldssi at PIbb Mailsh Damlen Two ned-llet FavaHtesl Beaten Off. Sap.atooa, Aug. C The heavy rln of last night spoiled the track for to-day and some scratching was done, but not sufficient to Injure I tho programme, which was of fair proportions. Tho principal ovent was the Alabama Stakos, for thrco-y car-old fllllcs, at a ratio nnd a furlong. Poetess was the favorlto at post time, with Itoyal lloso and Sunny Slope strongly backed at short prlcos. Itoyal Hoso niado oil the running for a mllo and then left Poetess and Sunny I Slopotoflghtltout. Poetess won by a length. I Tho sport opened prosperously for tho talent, as IJraw Lad and Kstnca, both odds-on favorites, won tho llrst two races with but little offort. Then camo tho second division of tho matdon Ally stake, for which Harracnn was an ovon monoy fatorite. She got off badly, and finished last, the raco going to Quoen of Deauty after a driving llnish with Kilt. In tho fifth raco YVilhlto had the monnton tho favorlto, Crocket, but as the flag fell he pulled up, and was left a ttor.cn lengths. lie received a lecturo and a lino of $00, and wai set down for two dnys. Tho sixth rnco brought additional sorrow to tho talent, for Lord Zent, the favorlto, gavo It tip when llumlon and J. A. dray rusbod post him, nnd in the most desperate llnish of tho meeting Tnrnl brought Dnmlcn home a wlnnor by a short bead. Summary: PIltST HACK. Purse 500, of which SIOO to second and (BO to third; welterweight handicap, for three-year-olds and upward; six furlongs: II. Stub's tir. c. Braw Lad, 3, by Eolut Brown Beauty. 110 (Taral) 1 J. E. Seagram's b. h. Haining. A, 124 (II. Lewis) 2 J. K. Seagram's b. g. Bernadlllo. 8, 12B III. Shields). 3 Time, HIV. Betting Five to 4 on Braw Lad, 4 to 1 against Haining. 11 to B Bernadlllo. BECOND ItACE. Purse SIOO, of which (70 to second and (30 to thlnl; for three-year-olds and upwardi selling allow ances; one mile and a sixteenth: P. Dunne'a b. c Estaca. 3. by Emperor of Norfolk La Cllnega. 10 (Martin) 1 P.J. Mllts'ach. e. BannuoII.. 8, nil (Clawson) 2 J. M Murphy'a b. g. Ace, 0, VB (Wllblte) 3 Shasta Water also ran Time. 1:514. Betting Five to 4 ou Kstaca, W to 6 Banipio II, 0 to 1 Ace, 20 to 1 Shasta Water. THIItD BACK. Fllly race No. 2, for maiden fillies two years oldi guaranteed atake of 1 1,000. or which MOO to second and aioo to third; to carry 115 pounds; five furlongs: J. It. F. P. Keene's b. f. Queen or Beauty, by Tour nament Mlsa Millie Jau.ei (H. Martin) 1 Gou,ihaoro St.ible's cb. f. Kilt (Sims) 2 J. J. M CiuVrty's br. f. Saratoga (McCatlerty) 8 Ituby l.lpa. La Maronia, llestorer, Bardello, Blissful, aud Barracan alao ran. Time, 1:0B3. Betting Twenty to 1 queen of Beauty, 10 to I Kilt, 0 to 1 Saratoga. IB to 1 Ituby Lfpa. 7 to 1 La Mnroma, 30 to l Kestorer, 13 to 1 Bardello, IS to 1 Blissful, even Barracan. FOtmTII PUCE. The Alabama Stakes, for fillies three years old; guaranteed stake of 92,000, of which ISOu to second and 82UO to third: penalties and allowances; one mile aud a furlong: W. Lalmbeer's ch. f. Poetess, by Tho Bard Ella I. airland. 114 (Thorpe) 1 Mrs. J Ilunu'ach. f. huuny Slope, 121 (Hewitt) 2 J. K. Madden'shr. I. Partridge. 114 (Wllblte) 3 Itoyal Itoee, Lady Mitchell. Bet Fast, and Divide also ran. Time. 2:004, netting Flvo to 8 against Poetess. 8 to 1 Bunny Slope, s to 1 Partridge, 3 to 1 Koyal Hose. 8 to 1 Lady Mitchell, 12 to 1 Set Fast, H to 1 Divide. FIFTH ItACE. Purse (400. of which (70 to second and (80 to third , for two-year olds non-wluners at this meeting; selllug allowances; nve and a half furlongs: J. H X.Y P. Keene's b. c. Flax Spinner, by Sym- phorlen-Dlsturr. 102 (II. Martin) 1 P.J Mllei's h. t. MArlbo. UB (Clawson) 2 Dukeft Wishard'ach c. Bableva, 1U2 (Hewitt) 8 Nabob and Crocket also ran. Time. lilOHi. Betting Twelve to 1 against Flax Spinner, 20 to 1 Hanbo, B to 2 Bableca, 3 to 1 Nabob, 0 to 10 Crocket. SIXTH RACE. Purse (100, or which (TOtosecond and (30 to third; for three-year olds aud upward; eeltlag; elx furlongs: 1. Dunne's ti. c. Damlen, 4. by Strathmore Beatrice, 123lTaral) . 1 W. A. l'orter'abr. g. J. A. Grey. A, 112 (Scherrer).... 2 J. Carroll's h c Loid Zeul. J. 10fc (Slmsj 3 Tripping, Hanlon, and Florldas also ran. Time. l:l7Hi. Betting Four to 1 against Damlen. 0 to 2 J. A. Grey, esen Lord Zeul. S to 1 Tripping, 0 to 1 nanton. 12 to 1 tlorldas. Tho programmo for to-morrow follows: First Hace Five and a half furlongs The Hugue not. 115; Wild Warrior, 1IB; Juliana, 112; Woodford nlly. 112; LaGalrta. 112. Seei.nd llace One mile. Dolando. 110: Rubicon. 110; Hamlin. 1 14; Lord Zenl, 10"; shutti, 104; Orion, lot. Lake lew Palace, 101. Third llace Mx furlongs Orion, US; Hums, 10B; Ben Holand. 1UU: Xmas, 100; Salvado, 10U; Lela's Cuckoo. 1 0.1. Fourth llace One mile and a sixteenth. The Win ner. 114; Belmar. 114; Falernlau, 113; Glenguwrle, 10U; lien liolllday, 10i)i Tools. 101; Challenger. US; Mohawk Prince. UJ. Fifth Hace Hve furlongs Spanish Prlacess. 107: White Eyes, lu"; spencer, 102t Hairpin, 102: Jay hawker, 102; Mldlau, 1(12; Merlin, 1U2; La Ventura, UU, Iowa, UU; Mary Galtln, UU. Itlcbard Croker'a .tmerlcua tTIoa nt Heighten. London, Aug. r. In tho second day's racing at the Brighton August meeting the Southdown plate of 'JOO sotereigns. the second to receive 10 sovereigns out of tho plate, six furlongs, was won by Ulchnrd Crokcr's b. h. Amcrlcus, S jcurs, by Kmucror of Norfolk Clara D. Mr. Jersey's (Mrs. ljinntrj 'M Mllford, aged, was sec ond, and T. Simpson Jnj's ltaiiiplou, 4 years, third. Kour horses ran. Ihe betting was 11 lo 8 uu Amerlcus, 10 to 1 agaiust Mllford, and 4 to 1 agulnsl Huuiplon. fin the Newport Track. Cincivsati. Aug. B. The Newport track was llfht n lng fast to day. There was a fair alied crowd, brisk betting and spurt generally satisfying. There appears a protjicct of a clash between Harlem and Newport over a rather obscure Jockey. Judge M. Lewis Clark of the Windy City track Klntedly asked the Newport Judges to uot allow -Two Illu" Tuomjsson lo ride on their track because he waa under coutract to rldo for Mr. Van Meter, who has a string ut Harlem. Judge BurLe. Ihu pre-ldlug New port official. tu-Oay wired back answer that there had been ho formal brluglng of thu matter beforo the Newport management, and, an) how. It did not offer that " Two Bits" was under contract, therefore ho eould continue taking mounts here. The nery Col, Clark will probably not be satis fied to lie thus ignored In the matter, and serious en tnuglemeiits lietwein the two traiks are liable to re sult. Summaries; First Kaui Six furlongs. Pouting, I OB (II. Wil liams), 4 to 1, wou; Lllllau McDonald, 105 (Everett), 3 to l.sncoud; Etallue, 103 (James), IB to 1, third. Time, I ;15. Second Hace Five and a half furlongs. Frank Thompson, llo (J, Pirklns), 0 to B, wont Judge (julglcy, 110 (Everett). 4 to 1. second; My Maryland, 1 IB (Shell). 7 to 3, third. Time, l:nili. 'Ihlrd Ka-e Ono mile. satyr. U7 ill. Williams), 7 to 1, won; Faunette, ua (Gregory), 3 to 1, second: D-igo, 104 (Esercli), 2 iu I, third. Time. 1:42. lourth Itace One mile. Lufra. 10a (Thompson). 3 to I. won: Fresco, uu lEvurett), B to 1, aecondi J. P. II.. 107 (Overton) It) to I, third. Time, 1:114. FI f l li Itace Four and one-half furlougs, Tne DerIL lOx(Mlllburu), a lo 1. won; pnutiu, 108 (Gardner), 2 to l,aeiundi llammun, 108 (Lcudruui), 12 to 1, third, lime, OiOOJ. Itraulls at HI. I.ouls. St, Louis, Aug, 0, The races at the Fair a rounds this afternoon rcsulud as followa: First Kaio Three-quarters of a mile. Emma Lee, 07 (C. Combs). 4 to 1. won: Marv Name. U7 in. slur. bhy;, S to I. second. Joo Bailey, UU (Mitchell), lo to 1, third. Time, lilBKi. l-ecund Hace Flvo eighths of a mile Dave Waldo, 108 iFoucun), B to 1, won; Velocc. IDS (Preemau), IB to l.stcoud; 1'ittr Archer, IU5 (R. Jones). 100 lo l. Ihlrd, Time, liu.1,, " ' Third llace One mile. Neutral, 10U (Garner), 4 lo l.nou: Dr. linger, 112 (Juiksou), 2 to 1, se.uhdi Powhatta. Hill (Furr), 10 In I, third, lime. Iitll's, Juanlia nulshtd setond. but was baned lu the be! Hug oil account of Its tempi r. Fourth Itace One mile and revrnt) yanls, Mad eline. lOA (C Slaughter), even money, svou; Forsylbe, P.I ((' Colill), 3 to I, srcuul; beabtooVc, 10S (Gar ner), 4 to I, third, lime. 1:10. v Filth Itace lite eighths of a mile. Found, 10B (roinon),4U to 1, won, Mlsa Adel -, 10B iC, Slaugh ter). S to I, aecondi Flora O., 10B (C. Combs), 12 to I. third. Time. 1:113,. '' " '" '' Sixth Ilaoi Eloteu sixteenths of a mile. Barrlss, lot (Curnsr). 10 to I, wont sirs, 104 (C. Slaughter), 8 to 1, second; Do Capo, 1UA (C. Corahs), to 2, third. Time, 1 .0UJ4 A lood Day Tor favorites at Harlem, Ciiicaoo, Aug, A. There was a slim attendance at Hurleui to day, and the racing waa only fair. It waa a good doy for lienors, as favorites wou lu four of Ihe six races. Summaries: Hrst Itace 'six fnrlonga. Ileasville, 104 (Donald son). H to I. wou, Swordsman, 103 (Caywood), U In n, scroud; Little Ocean, lua (Isoin), t to i.thlid. Time. I.HIV Second llace Five furlongs. Our Gertie, 10S (Cay wood), il to A, won; Pacemaker, 1(10 (Newcom), IB to 1, second; The sliest, 1VB lUoseman). 3 tu 1, thlnl lime, I 03. Third lta-r Six furlongs Uncaa. 107 (Caywood), 8 to a, won; Prince of Dull i. 10J (Burns), 4 to I, sec ond: Chanter, lua (Sloanj, B lo I, third Time, 1:13, Fuurth Hace Handicap; one mile aud seventy yards Simmons, lul-j il" Clay), s tu A, wou; Sun burst, loi (Caywood), even, stioudi Sandoval. SO iL. Clay i, IBto 1. ihlrd, Tune, 1 111. Hflh P.aif-..lx furloiits.-I.ady Callahan, US (New, coin), 4 to A, wou; Theresis II., 101 (Gouln), 3 to 1, HciudiHoicaiiim. I0U iScotl), 14 to 1, third. Time, 1 1 1 . Sliih Itace Five and a halt furlongs Hosie, 10J (NrHmiiii, am I, won, Dagmar, ItiaVi (Lew), so to Time'l'1 l'o51'" K'ul','llo' uu (Ma:nusenj, 7 to 1, Ihlrd. !evs rrom tbr Horse tVorld, CpnxwAJj. Aug, 8. The harness races aoheduled for jedsy were penpoucd until to-morrow on account of i-B-itfi-B-B-ittiirni'T''''1''"jjK When a Shirt Fits it wears bottor thftn rhoa. it doosn't Whon a sbirt 6ts tboro is no unnocossarjr strain on any part Tbo necessary strains oro providod for. Evory ono of Koop's shirts is reinforced at tbo point wboro tbo strain comos. Evory ono of Koop's sbirts fits, or you neodn't kcopit. Keop's "Bost" sbirts oro tbo bost in the world. Mado to measure, six for S9 ; if laundered, $1 moro. Eoady mado, $1.50 oacb. KEEP MFG. CO., B'way. bet. 11th & 12th Sis. TJtOXTIXO AX1 1'ACXXa. Lady Oermldlno Wins the 0,OOO Itakea at Columbus, CoLCiinca. Aug. 0. Tho track to-day dried out so well that when tho first Grand Circuit race was culled It was in excellent shape. Tbo attendance was tho largest of tho week. Tbo Horse Hcview Stakes of $5,000 resolved itself Into a rather easy victory tor Lady Gcraldlno. All of tho other events were closely contested, particularly tho Pat Watson race. In which the wlnnor bad to go a merry clip to doso out the Kctcham Farm's entry. Tho first boat looked from tho press stand to havo been won by Creo cue, but It wont to Pat Watson. In the second heat Crcocus lapped tho winner out. The third heat was a cinch for Pat Watson. In the 2:08 trot William Ponn was a strong: favorlto from the beginning, and he won the second, third, nnd fourth heats In good style. Pago showed to a disadvantage nt first, but warmed out at last, and sonio close results en sued. Only threo hosts of tho 2:24 paco wcro flnlthed. Passing- Ilcllo won the first and third heals and Hermetic tho socond. Tlmo 2:10Lj. 2:lHi, 2:13. Summaries: 3:08 clasa, trotting; purse tl.BOO: William Prnn. br. a., by Santa Claus Lulu M., by Dauntleas (McCarthy) A 1 1 1 Page. b. g. (Fleming) 1 SBC Pilot Boy. gr.g. (Mali) a 3 8 3 Dandy Jim. gr. r. (Haywood) 4 8 4 4 Oltlnger, br. g. (Dustln) 3 4 Ddls. Time 2:isio. U:1S, 2:13, 2:13. Horn Tin-trie Stakes of 1 5,000; trotting; foals of 1805; heats two lu three: Lady Oeraldlne. b. f. by Constanttne. dam by Alaska (Ultbir) 1 a l JaneT., eh. r. (Fuller) A 1 2 Charley Herr. b.c.(Mcols) 3 2 4 Cecilia 0..b f. (Marvin) 4 B 3 Vyioofr. cb. c. (Hosslng) 8 0 A Cannonade, b. e. (Thomas) ft 4 0 May Monday, b. f. (Clement) dls. Mr. S., blx. f. (Dlckeraon) dls. Tlmo 2:S8;j. 2:25'a. 2:27. 2:20 class, trotting: purse 11.500: Pat Watson, b. a., by Bllverplate Zann, toy Mambrluo Hero (Oaney) Ill Creocua. ch. a. (Ketcbam) 2 2 8 Eagle Flanagan, b R.(lludaon) 11 3 2 Bhodeland Norward. gr. g. (Chandler) 3 7 8 Agnes Morrell. gr. m. (McCarthy) 7 A A Replet-, b. a (Smith) 4 0 0 Edmonla, b. m. (Ilutchlnga) A A 7 Kittle L.. br. m. (Bush) 16 4 4 Whisper, b.m. (Alii n) B 13 0 Chancy (1. b.g (Wllaon) s 1)13 Osten.oh.s. (Hedrlck) 10 10 10 Luxon, br g. (Maeey) 17 15 11 Ounsaulus.li. . (Mirvln) 15 11 12 Altona. li. m. (Mossing) 13 14 14 Bourbon !tlg;s, b. a. (Barnes) 0 13dr. Snowball, hr. c. (Sliumondi) 12 lndr. Scrapa, b. g.(Tjler) 14dr. Tlme-2:13l., 2:124. 2:14. 2:14 class, pacing; puree $1,300: Javelin, br. m , by Creole, dam by Egmont (B Walker) 0 111 Buford, b. g. (Hanson) 1 2 a 8 Myrt'eG.. b. m. (Qulnlon) 10 10 2 2 Keuben H,. br. g. (Maloney) 2 4 10 A Joe Mooney. gr. g. (Brown) A 0 3 4 Silver Chlincs, b g. (Wllaon) 4 3 A 0 Alice M.. b. m. (Smltbers) nose Gowan. li. a. (Patterson) 7 7 M 8 Zatiud, gr. s. (Raybould) H S H 7 Kinging Bells, blk. . (Oerrlly) 3 5 7 dr Tinie-2ills. 2:104. 2:10, 2tl0'- 4.entrT and Ilobert J. Co Slow In Vermont. HUTLAND, Vt Aue. D. This was tho banner day In tho history of thn harness horses in the Green Mountain Suite. Tho day wosarecord breaker in lnoro rcspnclB than one, Tho at tendance was the largest of tho year seen nt any track In the riluto at rnco meetings. The grand stand presented a pretty uppenrance, being largely tilled wl h women. John It. Gen try paced a groat mllo ,for Vermont, cut ting down the State record to 2:ll-j. The best previous mile was that of hlsstablo companion. Hubert J. Tho two horses wero loudlv applauded when brought upon thu truck. Had Driver Ilowne hcih them to their limit tho time of each would lm e been sovcrul toionds faster. No effort was made In an) form to urgo them out, w hlch produced a great deal of dissat isfaction. Itobort J. went tho lint mile. After scoring onio ho wns sent nwny. llo nrrhed at tho quarter in (l:'.I4, thu half In 1:07, Ihrec-iiunrtrrs in lt.'ID. nnd did thu mile in 2:14. Tho champion camnout alittlo later. He unit to thoquiirtur slowly, renchlmr thoro In 0:34. Then hn began to step out. Thu wntihes shnucil l:l)5nt tho half, and the mile In '':1 1 "v. Tho Inst quarter was paced in 0:32 'j. A Hay for Pacers at Uranltn Slate rnrli. DoiER, N. 11 , Aug. A. This was pacing day nt tho Granite State Park, although there was an unilnlshed 2ilA trot, which Louis Vlcior wound up In one heat. Tho track was heavy from an ull night ralu, but tho time waa good throughout In the 213 clasa Jimmy 11. aold for ITiO. Dr. Wood and Cracksman 230 each, aud the Held B'JO. A rank outsider, Monopole. dls. tanced the two second eholcca with a heartbreaking mile and then won as he pleased Phllablnlilaiiioney IHiured In un Hallella Duplex 111 the 2 111 pace, but this raco uho weut lu au outsider, Znulta. Sum maries: 2-13 class, trotting; purse 1.100: Louis Victor, b. g , by Tuncurorn Sea Klug May Bloom, by UUikwuod Patchrn (Demares) 1 I 11 A 1 Ventura, ch. m. (Carpenter) H C 1 1 3 Haiel Dell. blk. m. (Dove) 2 3 A 3 A Nicola, b. g, (Knapp) 4 11 3 3 2 Frank 1'lersou, b, g. (Sterling). . ..37247 Oem-ral, b.g. lUuwrnl .... 0 2 7 7 4 Chasey Boy, b. g, iForshuer). .11 B S (I 0 Alcoe. b.g. (Marsh and Fllleld),,.. 7 ll U 10 S l'addy P., b. s. (Houghton) ... .12 4 4 s dr. Marjorle. b. m, (Kervlck) 10 11 tl 0 dr. Kdna II. b.m. (Andrews) l 10 10 dr. Bqueeicr. b. g. iskluneri . ,.V sir. Time il4'. '.13's, '.'il4s, 2:14Hi, 2:14. 2:13 clasa, pacing; purse $500: Monopole, (h g., by l-eliester Bobln, by Abraham (M. Dcmarest) 1 1 1 Jimmy 11 , li. g. (Collins) 2 2 3 Sunlaud Belle, b. m ll'avuul A 3 3 Daisy Wilson, b, in. (McKeuuy) 3 4 4 Evoluto, ih. . (O'Nrll) 4 Adr, Crackamau, eh, s, (Andrews) ills. Dr Wood. ch. s. dldey) dls. Time 3:11',, 2:15H;. 2:1 jj. 2:lAclaaa. paclngi purse SJOOi Zaulta. blk in , by Oliawa-Mldnlght (Mosher) A 1 1 1 Fleldiooiit, blk. g (Galvln) 13 2 3 Diversion, b. m. (Trout) 4 2 10 2 Baby Slratlimoru, b. m. (Warren) 2 6 3 H Aunleslieild.il m (Sterling) 3 fl s 4 Downe, ch. k. iMeNamee) 10 4 ll 3 llallena Duplex, b, m. (Garth and Blrnej). 0 h I II Nordlco. b. in. (Covllle). . U U A 0 Sarah Jaoe, b. m. (Ollllea) 7 7 7 10 Caraja, b. in. (Dora) h 10 U 7 Time 3iia4, 2:14l, 2:10. Vim's. 2:10 class, pacing: purse Alio (unilnlshed); Henna, gr. m. by lie election Mluua Wilkes (Bowen) . . 4 1 1 Oeorge (I., gr. g. (Payne) I 3 2 Woodshed, eh. s. (Sterling) 2 3 8 Ited Silk, b. in. (Tyson) 3 4 4 Sterling, ch. s. (Noblo) 5 dls. Nellie McC'rory. b. in. (I). Demurest) dls. Time, 218A, 2:llj. i:llLi. Ackerlnad, Slarboy, nnd Nyrn Win at Island Paris. Albany, Aug 5. The raclugat Island Park to-day was uumarked by any great surprises. Ackerland, Itlchard Curtla's neat Hula chtstuut gelding from Lexington, won the first race In alra'hi heats, Starboy, a crack Albany horse, won the second race, Syra, a Pltlaiun trotter, wontha third aud last race, after finishing second In the first two heats, summaries) 2:27 Class, Trotting; Purso tAQO-Ackeilind first. Gladis Wilkes second, Vlewool third, and Preach fourth. Tlme-2;iKia, 2:li.j, 2:1U 2:22 Class, Trotting; Puree 500 starboy drat, Vlda second. Little .Nance third. Uuartentaff fourth. Tlmr-S:2U,i, 2-Voi.j. 3il7's. 2 if a,. Third Itace 2:23 class: trotting Syra first. Cyn thia K.sri ond. Addle Wliluis third Gothunett fourth Tlme-3:2U's. a.SUHi, 2il7's, 2:17Hi, Vilb's, Isolde Heats the Meteor and Ilrtlauula on Time tlloiiaiicr. CotvEB, Aug, a. The raco for Iho Town Cup was sailed to-day. It was open to all yachts of not less than thirty tors, and was wan by the Isolde on tlmo allowance. Tho Meteor, owned by Kuiperor William of flermuiir, tlnlshed llrst. lellovt ed by tbo Atuora and the JJrltauuia. NEWS OF tHE WHEELMEN, riarrosB to this x. a w. auxxx jyoBKABvro vr svmberb. Fully 05,000 Btnnrar Kxetsxl In PhltaBl hla y Te-Dsy Hbw They Ar Bslag sta tertaUBd A Plaa an root Beam Oeorsr D. Cldeon tbr til tosstTael Prealdeaoy. PntLADBLrmA, Aug. 6. This city Is practi cally in tho possession of the members of tho league of American Wheelmen. Tbo second day of Its annual meeting, now in progress, was marked by threatening weather this forenoon, but a bright sky at noon enabled tho various events arranged for the en tertainment of tho visitors to bo carried out. Tho mooting, which Is held undor tho auspices of the Associated Cycling Clubs of this city, Is marked as the most successful and best attended to date of any provlous gathering over held by the organization. Over 17,000 visitors regis tered at thu league's headquarters to-day. Tho bluo and gold colors of the Is. A. W. am displayed conspicuously In nil the club and store windows, and tho crowds of riders met on all tho asphalted stroots around tho city would Indicate that the majority of tho Inhabitants of tho city aro cycling deroteos. Yesterday was tbo opening day of tho meet. The attendance was large, but tho arrival of riders to-day indi cates that fully 25,000 visitors will bo on hand by to-morrow. The registration book shows that mombors of tho League from tho most remote sections of tho country are in attendance. The management has arranged a variety of entertntnmonts. A membership card is an open sossamo to evory form of diversion pro vided. During tho day runs were held to Val ley Forgo, WIssablckou, West Falrmount Pork, and tho Quaker City Country Club. Hundreds of riders wero piloted to tbo various places. Prominent members and ofllcers of tho Loaguo havo been arriving all day. Delegations from Indianapolis and Omaha nro on hand and solicit ing tbo aid and support of all the League ofllcers to soeuro tho national meet for next season for their respective cities. The chances favor In dianapolis. Tho members of tho Racing Board held a meeting this afternoon. Various matters were discussed, but nothing of importance was given out. The suggestion that tbo board consent to allow tho winners of tho one-mile amateur and professional races to meet on Saturday and de cldo tho question of the American champion ship, it was thought, would como up for aotlon. Chairman Mott, however, says that no action was taken on the question. Theabsencoof tho President of the- League from the meeting is adversely criticised. A big delegation of Kew York members ar rived to-day, prominent among whom is Walter Jenkins of Buffalo, the regular candidate for Chief Consul of tho New York State division, and Police Magistrate Charles Blrams, President of the New York Associated Cycling Clubs. The races will be held to-morrow and on Sat urday at the Willow Grove Park track. This is tbo most important feature of the meeting. Tho trial heats will be run off In the morning and tbo final events in tbo afternoon. A new track has been constructed and somo great rac ing is expected. All tho crock professional and amateur riders have arrived, and ooruo of the men indulged In practice spins to-day. They all speak In high terms of tho track. With good weather and tho enforcement of proper time limits, some new records should be created. Messrs. Bald, Klscr, Cooper, and Gardi ner are the favorites for the professional championship honors. Bald Is by far In better condition than tbo other three, and unless some of the men show surprising form the Buffalo rider should win the short distance champion ship oventa handily. Mertens and Longhead aro doubtful men, and may spring a surprise, however. Thero are half a dozen speody ama teurs, representing the East and Wtst, who will compete in the championship races In their class, and no ono man is conceded to have any advan tage. There will be several attempts to reduce rec ords to-morrow and on Saturday at various distances. A feature of the meet is the presence of n great number of wheelwouicn. Specinl pro vision has been made for their entertainment. Huns were held to-day to dltferent points for theso riders, and a lawn let and danco wero held at Belmont this evening. An "all-night" smoker at the Arena was attended by tho ma jority of the visiting wheelmen. An athletic, and musical programmo was provided, and the building waa taxed to Its utmost capacity to ac commodate tho croud. In uddltlon to the races to-morrow, runs will bo held to uearbyl resorts, nnd an open-air con cert ulll be bold ut Willow Grorolu the even ing. Several arrests of visiting wheelmen havo been mude for iolution of tho blC)cloordlnnnccs relating to scorching and carrjing lamps after dark, but tbo city olllclals have shown great leniency to such offenders, administering n re buke nnd advlic inslend of imposing the pre scribed tines. Several thousand new members bavo been enrolled in the league since thu open liiK of tho meet vesterduy. Iho second division of the four century runs held from New York to this city under tho iiiniingcincut of the Associated Cycling Clubs of New York reached this city nt fl:4f o'clock this evening. Th!rt)-!lvu riders, led by Thomas Ward of the Ktversldo Wheelmen, left New York at o A. M. All Unlsbed. The roads w ere reported as fair. During tho day the leading officials of tho division ranking first In membership In the L. A. W. got together, and, as a result, political confidences wore exchanged. The SCN corre spondent learned that thero is a strong move ment uu foot, bucked by the Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, and New Jersey divisions of tho I.. A. W.. lo nominate and push George 1). Gid eon of this city for tho Presidency of the organization nt its next olection. There Is n general sentiment among bromiiient members of tho Iengm' that the, present Incumbent should not bo reelected, nnd n combination of forces, in cluding the three divisions nauiud, being the strongest In the League, means that they can curry out their project. Gideon is one of tho veteran members of tho U A. W., has served as Chairman of the lUcing Board, nnd Is held In high ostoom by members of the Lcnguo throughout the country. Tho Penn sylvania division now ranks second in member ship In tho I,. A. W., lacking n few thousand members of tho New York Siato enrollment. Its rapid increase promises to make it rank llrst In a few montliH, whkh will entitle it to tho con trolling vote in tho organization. Tho Indianapolis dclcgut ion which Is hero to In fluence tho selection of the Iloosler capital as the place for tho 1HUH picnic, fur ns a matter of tact that Is alia 1,1'iiguu meet amounts to, has be come a distinct feature of tho present gathering. Tho members nro everywhere and their en thusiasm is Infectious. Tne .Major and tho Postmaster of the city, a Judgo of the Indiana Miprcma Court, nnd a rcprcsonta tlvo of tho Commercial t'lub the Union Lcuguo of Indliinnpulls reinforce tlio L. A. W, delega tion who are doing the influencing. They nro all typical Westerners and aro dispensing hospital ity with an unusually free hand. They nro keeping open house tliotwonty-fourlioursof tho du), nnd ilbbons nnd largo buttons Inscribed "Itidlaiinpollafor'IIS" nro everywhere nnd on evory ono. Thellooslers havo fairly capturod tho town. Omiibn, Its only competitor. Is hardlyhoard of. Indeed, whuelmcn from Buffalo nro here and are hurrahing for that city for ihe 1H!)8 meet, This afternoon the Indianapolis boomers ban. quoted Bovuiity-tlio influential mon, and the Munrof iionslervlllo vouchsafed tho Informa tion Hun tlio irnditional keys and Intchstrlngs would not bunocitssAryuttho Indinnapolismoet. 'ihe walls of the city, ho said, would be torn down for the occasion. Ho aroused so much onlhuslnsm that ho was proposed nnd hailed nnd cheered ns tho next Governor of Indiana. Tho most regular attendants of L. A, W. meets agree that nevor boforo was there such thorough and elTectlvo work done by n city anxious lo entertain the League. Broad street, ono of the principal bicycle tlioroiighfuros In the city, Is allvo with riders to-night, and visitors note thst the city enforces peculiar regulations. Policemen aro stationed In tho inlddlo of the Htrcols at tho loading crossings, wit hired lnntems forcing riders to keep to tho right und loft under penalty of arrest. ' South Ohaxob. N, J.. Aug. 0,-As represenla i v? ot,I.l!0 New Jersey Board Track Association Judge Thomas N. Mt-Cnrter of Newurk appeared at the meeting of the Vailsburg Common Coun ell Inst night and spoke in reference lo the ordi nance. Introduced by Alderman Kschenfelder, providing tor the licensing of nil races held or! thu Shooting Park bicycle track, aud cxuctlng a 'VftlO for oach bicycle ineutorrace. Judge JKUtrter oxpressod his approval of the ordi nance and said he believed it a fair uno. Onono occasion a fee of $50 was charged, and such a feo was exorbitant. Mr. McL'arter urged the passage, of the ordinance as presented, but Ihe Council decided to refer it to thoOrdlnaiuo tominlttee. Mayor Mayhaum's veto of the res. olution passed nt Ihe lust meeting providing for refundliigMOof I he $30 license fee exacted from tho New Jersey Hoard Track Association on ac count of a btcyUo meet on tho Shooting Park track was upheld. New Iirvnswicic, Aug. B.-At the mooting of the Brunswick lllcjclolJlub last evening u letter was rouii from Albert Mott of lUltlmoro, Chule. man of thu L. A, W. Ituulug Board, in Whkh It was stated that tho otter of cash prizes lu a car nival, tu bo held by Iho club on Sept. If), would not bo sanctioned by tho L. A. W. Ho further stated that tho carnival was regarded at n torn, petition, and cash prizes cannot be awarded in buy competition. A motlun to the effect that prUes of tlio value of those rlret decided upon should be offered was carried. Theodore Whlt- THE LUTHY WHEEL, $150; Selling at Present for $110. WE GUARANTEE OUR PRICE. ZIMMERMAN, T,, Vona Chnmplon, UNSOLICITED, WHITES: "It la undoubtedly ths finest wheel thst has ever been placed on the market A (Isnos shows It to basupsrlor to anything w bars ystasen." AUSTIN ItEMSEN, 1BO Nussnu St.. Uenersl Eastern Agent, N, Y.cltr. Catalogue mailed on request. THE "IDE" WHEEL 14 PRICE L18T 100, tlBB. OUAIIANTEKD 18 MONTHS. I.AT3E3E:E3"Wr.S BROS.. WAIl STOIIR 105 WEST 1IS8TH HTHBBT. IHIV.TUU. nan IlItOAlltVAV. 7 look, H. Ilay Groves, and J. A. Bllsh wero ap pointed a commltteo to select prizes. Tho monoy will bo raised in tho club, tho membership being divided Into seotions. Ths valuo of the prizes will bo as follows: For an ont-oftown woman making handsomest ap- Bearsnce, I10 handsomest out-of-town wheel ridden y a man. (10) handsomest wheel ridden by awoman resident, SlOi second prlic, SEt resident man's iir'xs for handsomest wheel, (10 1 second. ft prlto fur a glrlunder IB making ths beat arpearanoe and prise for a boy under IB making ths belt appearanoe, aw.OUi tandem prise, open to all. 10 prise for most gro tesque costume, open to all. Sot prize for flnestwheet, open to club members only, SlOi seonnd prize, IS, Tba cyders will parade about the principal streets of t he city and must ride, not push their wbeolt, Tbo paraders will be uccompanlod by a band mounted upon DudIox cycles. rtOUTES. Bamael Levy. The distant from USth street and Bsventh avenue to Yonkers Is about Un miles. bubscrlber. la riding from Catsklll. N. Y.. to Hart ford, Conn., go to Catsklll station, Humphrysvllle, Craryvlllr. Copake, and Boston Cornrrsi rldethrouiih OhaplDTlllo, Norfolk, Summit, Colebrook, Maw Hart ford. Pins Meadow, Canton, Avon, and West Hart ford to Hartford. Qamea To rids from 170th street and Third ave nue to WJlltamsbrtdire, ro to Washington avenue, to Webster avenue, to Wililamabrldre. Tourist To ride trom Troy to Boston, N. Y., go to Lanslng-burg, 8plegeltown, and ltelroset cross bridge to Sohaghtlooko and cross another bridge toCran dall'a Corners: then ride direct to Eaaton. A. M. !, To rids trom Jersey City to Flndrrne, M. J., go to ths Hudson County Boulevard and follow to lbs Newark l'lank road, to Newark I then take Clin ton avenue to Irrlnittoa, to HcotcU Plains, l'lalnlleld, Dunellen, Bound Brook, and Vluderns. Ths roads an good. E. O. T. To rids from Schenectady to Oswego, N. T., follow ths south side of tba river to Patterson vltle, and cross the river to Hoffman's Kerry: con tinue tnrouzh Cranssrllle, Amsterdam. TrltVs Hill, Fonda, 1'alatlne Bridge, and tit. Johnivlllr, to Little Falls: follow West Main street to Jaekaonhurg Lock. Herkimer, King Weber Tavern, Mohawk, Illon, Frankfort, West Schuyler, and Utlcas follow Gen esee street to New Hartford, to Klrkland, Vernon, and Oneida: take the turnpike to Canaatota and cross the railroad tra-ks to Cbittenanxo. to the turnpike, to Fayettrvllle, to Orvllle. and Syracuse; continue through Liverpool. Belgium. Pho-ntx, Ulnmaavllle, Fulton, and Ilim'ly Crossing to Oswreo. W. A. X. To tide to Lake Ronkonkoma. L. I., along the south shore or Long Island, ro to the East Twenty third Utreet Ferry and cross to Brooklyn; ride to lie I ford avsnus and follow to ths Eastern Parkway, to Oienmore avenue, to Htone avenue, to Broadway, to Jamaica: follow the Merrick rovd to Valley stream. Psarsall's. Roekvllie Centre, stillborn. Frnrpnrt, Mer rick, llellmorr. Hldgewood. beafortl. )!uisap6iiia, Amltyv Ills, and Babylon, then goto haybhore, Isllp, Eaat Isllp. Southalds Club, Bohemia, and I.ako Honkonkoma. W. L.L. ro ride to Avon, N. J., go down to the Battery and take the ferry to St. Oeorge, S. I.i follow the Bbore rojd to Cllftou atatlou. to the Richmond road, to New Dorp, to Tottenritlei crosi to Perth Am boy and take the train to Mstawan. as the rosils be tween these two points are unrMable; from Matawan go to Keyport. It-d Hank, Long Branch, F.lticron. Peal. Asbury Park, and Avou. The distance la aiiout forty five miles. There la no bicycle route from thla city to Avon that la less than thirty miles. W. E. To ride from Far llockaway to Lone Beach, L. I., go to Fenhurst, to Long Beach. The distance Is atout Ave mil a. Constant Reader. To ride to Towanda, Pa, go to West lvuth street and taae the ferry to Fort Leci follow the turnpike to Leonla, to Bogota: cross to flackensack anil ride through Dundee to Paterson: from there take the route to Elmlra published In Tax Sub on Aug. 4. as far as Towanda. KOTKS. The following races will be held at Manhattan Beach on Aug. 21: Amateur One-mile open; half mile handicap. Professional One-third of a mile dasbione-mtle handicap, for pacemakers. The Royal Arcanum Wheelmen will bold a run to Asbury park on Aug. IB. Owing to a number of requests from riders residing ont of town, thr committee In oiiarKe of the century rues of the A. C. C. C. of New York to Philadelphia have decided to make up a special Ulvlslou In the run starting to niorrov, morning This division will start fromTaylor'a Hotel. Jersey City, at H o'clock, and will travel at thi- rate of tvs elv e miles an hour until It catches the regular run leaving- Jersey City at 0:30, and which travels ten mllis au hour. This will ae roimnolate a number or rldera who, liecatiso of rail way connections and their distance from tha starting point, will find 11 Impossible to start at the regular a-hrdule time. Bntiira will be received by the com mute at the atartlug point from all who have not entered up to this time. OOJ.F, Sorwood Field nub' Programme Women Play at Match Hill. In sending out the programmes for the open tournament nt tho Norwood Field Club, Long Branch, Secretary J. W.Albaugh, Jr., notes that It is open only to tho members of allied and asso ciate clubs in the U. a G. A. This condition will bar out somo of tho local players, as tho Hollywood Golf Club Is not us yet within the fold of the association. The programme follows: Aug. 10. U A. M Qualifying llnuml Elibteen holes, medal play, for the Norwood and Consolation cups. Gold medal for the beat grosa soore. 1 P. M First Round Eighteen holes, match play, for the Nor wood Cup, open only to the first alxteen In qualify ing round; seoond prize to tha runner up. 2 P. M. First Round Eighteen holes, match play, for tho Con solation Cup, op-n only to the secoud sixteen In the qualifying round; second prize to the runner up. Aug. CO Second and third rounds In the two cup vents. Aug. 21. 10 A M. Finals In the two cup events. In these contests the players will receive two holes clear lu starting, an I the pair following must not tee off until the preceding pair have holed out at the aeo ond green, u A M and all day Hauilloap. eighteen boles, medal play, for the Handicap Cup. w Ith a gold medal for tho best gross score. Allowauct a limited to eighteen strokes. Entries must bo mndo through the Secretary of tbo homo club, stating handicap, and posted not later than Aug. 17. to J. W. AlLiugh. The fourth monthly handicap of the Nutlcy Golf Club will bo played to-morrow. On tho same day. In addition to Iho weekly handicaps nt the Ardslcy, Bhlnnecock Hills, and Quocns County clubs, there will bo team matches on a dozen links. tiAmuelFrnthlnalinm, nlthough ho has Fox hall Koeno. Daniel Chauuiey. J. ll. Taylor, and other good golfers ns his rivals. Is the record holder at both nino nnd eighteen holes nt tho llockaway Hunting Club. His record card fol lows: Out 4 S 3 4 B 7 3 B n-2 Iu 4 4 3 fi 4 6 4 B U 117 70 MoNTCLAin, Aug, 4. On account of a teeming ralu to-day there wcro only four starters lu the llrst match for tho women s silver medal at tho Golf Club of Montclnlr, Tho conditions called for nine holes, at the medal gaiiic. under tho regular handicaps. In spite of tho rain I lie con obtains mado their rounds lu plucky style, and, In such disagreeable westhor, the scores wero de cidedly on tho low side. Thu four curds follow: , . Gross, 'cup. .. Miss E. Vun Lennep Out. .10 10 14 0 1'J 10 10 B 8 SB 10 79 Mis. J. Soultcr Porter UUI..1U II) HU 1U19 1IH 7100 20 SO Miss Cephtse Brower Out .111 13 111 0 14 IB 10 a 8 105 20 60 51 Ua A. M. Owen Out . U 12 22 U 10 21 9 0 8108 10 OS OiiSatujdny tho men will play in tho monthly handicap for ihu Wheeler Cup. Waicii Hili. 11. I., Aug. 8.-Tho women's handicap, at eighteen holes, medal play, in order to select tho four pla)crs cliglblo for the match play rounds to-morrow, tho fe.ituro at tho Mlsouainlcut Golf Club to-day. The tourna ment Is mien only to thn women members of tho club, and tho winner will ruieivo tha handsome HonnoCup. Tho play to-day was over the full course, the only allowance to Die women bciiiir that on tho seventh holo a hall lylntp with h threo club lengths of the. stone wall could bo lifted and teed behind tho same without pcualtv Tho results follow: ' "' MU. Burn.. RV 'rsT- ,mi Mrs. F. B. Wesson 120 J 111 Miss Proctor i:m 1.4 . Mlas Congdon 117 q .JX MssPhelps ., IBS 211 lmi Mrs. W. II. Merrill ' lfiu 29 isii Mis Louise Cougdou ift3 17 is, Mlsac'larko .140 i ii? 311m Hart. ltil aJ JJ4 Mlsa Ethel Burnet 197 jjj JJ, Moiiriutown. Aug. 6,-Therr, was nn Informal handcapgolf tournumeiit held on tho links of the.Morr atciwn Held Club today. Tho result was a signal victory for William (Irlllltli. a member of tho class of 'l7 of Yale University, who grndiiulod last spring with honors. He played iiiuny strokes bulow anything ho lias ever done beforo. lie promises soou to round into high-cluss form. Hcores lollow: xv t n.im.. Oron. llamllcujt, ftt. W F. K. Orlftlth mm 15 ' 711 CyrllNaste .i0d a Li H.lated Little no J3 0 Cornelius relluwee, Jr as :i 0,1 f ?"'! I is " J. at, Todd UU UK ui V.--j'',r'!'.'."n 11M us w.j.uriniu ma ai us H.Jeuup 3il 35 lot y -. - t-cii ro ra 187 :is 102 B'1!'8'' I II J 80 1(13 A.llolmea lad ,u 1011 T. Nichols 182 3 107 J.li.Forbes ius. m 111; K-Lllll 170 83 183 Two HundreaauT'ofOdd BicycleTrousers5 $1.25 S Wore $,'1.50 FREB-Spnldlng's Blcjclo Trip Maps. S (A, 6. Spalding & Bros. Spaldlng-Bidwell Co.s J 120-130 Nassau St. 211, III, 33 W. I'.'d bt. V DO Y0UWANTAr97lAMBLER? Bring In your old wheel and wo will makoyoua liberal allowance In trade. 1897 RAMBLERS $80 1897 IDEALS $35 10 $75 GORMULLY & JEFFERY MFG. CO. 089-813 EICiriT!! AV.. NEAll BOTH ST.. N V. Lexington Cycle Co., downtown agents, Ifa Veiey St., N, Y. Bicycles and Tandems at Auction. E. BISSELL, SON & CO., Auctioneers, 18 MUIUlAYST. AND IB PAHK PLACH. rrtlUlY, AUt.lST l. AT lUlBO O'CLOCK, Fpeclal Peremptory Rale Ladle nil .enta lllab tirade mercies. Double lllntniind and Combination Tandems. Comprising a Larue Assortment of New nigh Grade, .standard Wheels. Finished In Assorted Colors, ntted with nrst quality Tires. IlICYCLES NOW ON EXHIBITION. Buyers can purchase with conndenoe. CRAWFORDS Best a-rsile. 1880, 1887 model, T3 model, samples, with 1887 tires, Ac., slightly shopworn, SBsfSV,, iB230. Crawford Juvenilis, 813 up. All guaranteed one yea Ourant McLean & Co., SOU Broadway. N. Y. 1813 Bedford ar.. ll'klyn. rpiRES, t pair, beat 07i mil warranty! fr"e repairs. J- MINEUALIZED ltUUUEU CO, 18 Clin it. .Sport.no Vfitts. 1NTEKNATIONAL LAWN TENNIS MEKTINQ. Aug. 8. 4. 5. and it, bt. George's Cricket Club, Hoiiokco, N. J., Willow av. and 8th St.: Barclay and ttth at. ferries i take Willow av, car; live minutes' ride. Is a ns TKXSIS. a, D. Ureas nnd Campbell Ileal Mnboox ana Kavea nt llubolteo. Yesterday wns nn off day in tho international lawn tennis tournament at Hoboken, torn part of tho interest was sido-tracked when the singles were suspended for an international match in doubles. It provod to be another victorious day for tho American players, for H. D. Wrcnn and O. S. Campbell beat Mahony and Eaves three straight sets. The hard rain of tho morning left the courts rather slow, and, ns Iho sun did not como out until a. short tlmo before tho match began, tlio attendance was rather small. It was ex-Champion Campbell's Hrst appear ance in competition since ho retired unbeaten and defaulted the championship to AVrenn in I 1 B93, and much of the public interest centred in I his piny. llo and Wrcnn had never played I doubles together before, while Jtahony and 1 Kavcs arc old partners. Tho result, therefore, I was rather unexpected. Campbell, however, I held up his end well, und his only falling seemed 1 to be n fatal tendency to drivo his ground stroke Into tho net. Throughout the match the dif ference between the American nnd English styles of piny were emphasized. Tho visitors returned everything with great steadiness, but tho Americans wcro almost always tba last to hit tho balk Their earned nces or errors accounts od for a majority of the points. Tho home clay era kept the attack most of tho time, and the Englishmen's defensive tactics were not good enough to bent them. In tho Ilrat set tbo side with the service won every game except tho fifth, when Wrcnn and I Campbell scored against Mahony 's service. A clean volleyed aco by Campbell at thu net and three orror by Mahony gave the set to them. Tho second began with thrco games straight for the visitors. Then tho homo pair braced up and ran five successivo games, only one of which reached deuce. Tho next was a love gamo fur the foreigners on four successive errors of their opponents. Thrco of tlicea wero charged to Campbell. Tho American pair ran out the set with tho next gnuiolo tlfieen. however, on three successive nuta by Kavcs and a clever smash from Campbell after n sharp rally ut tho net. Tho last set began for the servers' side. Eavci won his gnmtiimd Campbell his. Then the Amer ican pair ugnln interrupted the programme by tnkingMnhony'sservicu game, and tlio regular order went on to 5 1 for tho home team. The foreigners look tho Until triune, with Campbell serving. Tlio English team was forty-iot c on this g.imc, loo, but two clever aces by Ciuupbell und nn out from Eaves brought the tcort1 to deuce. Thu gnmo, however, went to tho foreigners and nlo tho next. This placed Hum in tho leud by O fi. In thu next giinie they re ceived four chances for the set with one eiroke. but Wrcun's steadiness ttavrd his side. 'Ihe Americans tlnnlly pulled out the set 1 H, after a long nnd oxciting gamo ut the end. i ns scoro follows: KlllST BET. Wrennand Campbell. .11 il a u t 1 I 0 4114 Mahony and Eaves 4 4 3 2 3 0 4 V 11 1 i.", A BKCONU fCT. Wrenn and Campliell a 1444484(1 i-11-8 Mahony aud Eaves 34U1114S4 1 .'! 4 TlllltK 8KT. Wr'n and C'bell..S I I I i 1 H ! I : M 7 ".8-8 Jla'uyand i:aves I V I 1 4 a 4 1 4 ll 4 ft '.' ' 17--8 Tho match recalls the onlj other intcrii.itomiil encounter In double" ever plujed on -his it e f tho Atlantic, when lloUtrl and Ilowi bc.u l'mi nnd Mahony threu straight eels ut Y nt Xc- I ton, Mass., two ivira ngu. The tlnul round lu the Inlcrnntionnl Mm.'!' i will be played tliU afternoon, hcgliiiiiiu,- ul .1 0 o'clock. 'Iho programme is: (J. I. Wriiin .li vs. II. A. Nlslii't, W. A. Lamed Hr. .. Eaves, uud it. I), Wrenn vs. II, ti. Muhuii). Tenuis In tun Adlroudnrlis. Lakk Plauo, N. V., Aug. 3, some good players are conustlng on the courts here for tlio hand ins lov Ius cup emblematic of the tenuis iliauipnu!i) ot the Adlrundacks. The cup must Le won tislcr, u ! necessarll) lu succrtalon. Last car's uli.n r Istis of Amherst, Is In I.urupe In nMltlon to trc p prizes v III be given totho runner up and wuuirlu both slugles aud doubles II looks ua though -in Thomson or Prluci ton would cantuie the sin t 1 lliv UcMaliou brothers ot tho Klnjs i ..,.( I- s CrJbof brooklyu the doubles. Tni s. ores lu tie n gb bio date lotlow: First Itouud Whitehead l'at Maw, 8 1, -", 73, C. E JlcMalion benl r M Hiuioliiie. 7-' - -'l 8. U. lnoui'.ou beat U l.vii, K 0 u. I al m licat Huter by ilerault, torrey Iknl Alllan I ', 8-Kl J. T McMahou l-at Mllluuk bt ilrluud 'I lutoth Iwat lUudal, 4 U, ll I, il :), ltlco Umi llao, H ll-l, 0-1. On thn tourla nt .Vnv 4'nstlc. I NiwCxstlc, N. II, Au,(. D. Ploy as su or d this morning In Hie tennis touraa'iieut ou 4 ' f ahtaty ahoner, but In tlio afuriiouu It Hen T I and Ihu leather was Ideal for thu gnu? li f I match of liuiKirtance, liowever, was In d ui i I treu t'lUike and rltflit, aud Davidson an ' buiiiiuaryi 8 ules Second Hound u. Sheldon ill f-jb M I Aver), 8 I, ll li It. liach dtfi-utfil J son, 4-8. it-l.n-1. lioubles l-lrst l.oiiud llolireuul llu lb u. d ' i Avcr uud 1'P'ri'iMI i), i. I , H I'arrl, kt"U ' defeated am kne uu 1 3lasoii, il I. 8 ' i n Kin 'Ke ilcfniid Wart and liivuls. n I lil "lie uud Ilullou- ilelcatel Amy mo i e au.o-1. W'AS'TKH ()H'ii truck, lout sixti eu fci 1 coud tiiiiii reasiitnildi. statu prine VUj its CA81I, uuu liarleui llrauuu, UU Wtsst WilUst.