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m Im more senseless kicking.
y fifBp J vairmts EusLin fine ajtsqit Airn ? fill,' ptfav H.H ovtof the oaue. W&hl i. rcrltt anil Becster Alio fined Chleaaes Tbe 'B i'j p rinlih lelre Oyer the Km lsrh V ? ' Beiln Bull Cleveland-Ilalltmare Ttlne Ht K ! ham Cincinnati Other (linn .lews. i K , I Tht New York were squarely defeated by the :i K Chicago yraterdajr, but Anton (polled hit vie Wl i torrkr another xhlbltlonoddlatlo kicking for ' iKI f$ thlclihn juttly put out o( the same and '' tS' ' i fined s?M by Umpire, Kmslle, Both the Iloitont f JmW' f fttad llalllmore won. The two leaden are, v. !MR 1 t thtrefbre, itltl 4 point opart, and the New I vlHie' i Yorkera are 88 point behind tecond place. J jiffcf' ' Joyce' men will meet the Oinclnnatle in two lll'f !' (tmei to-dart tt,l f P UaM(9i ti Jtw Tork B ' 'flw t Hoton,i Cleveland, I. ft (sW t. Daltlmore, 7 Clnclanatl, 1, j: I I i" TnK iiiconD- fe I I S, Cfutis. mm.tost.tHnf, Clubs. rron.loit.Cent. , t f)lllltnor....71 .tf LotlllTllh...,48 (10 .444 j ' U fioilon 74 .68(1 ritttnurg.. .40 08 .441 ;;, I F NeW York.. .64 (IB .627 l'blladclphla.47 01 .435 V i fc, Cincinnati... .o 40 .boh nrookiyn, ..48 oi 4sn 5 ' ' Cleveland... .64 4U .BK Washington. 44 no .4VII V j i $.' Chicago BO 08 .41)0 St. LouU 10 80 .540 if ! f? j)1 OHIOAOO, 7 JKW TOnE, 0. , eh Capt. Anton of the Chlcagos will not appear r ' 'J' iT ' t tho Polo Ground again this season, but his A S l r behavior yealorday will cause 4.000 spectators B if to remember him during the coming fall nnd K j X winter. Anton hut been quoted ns saying that V ' ', , rowdyism on the diamond ehould be suppressed, I- ; I ; ; and that an umpire's decisions ahould be flnnl, s ' but like many men tho veteran does not prno- ' ! r tlce what he preaches. He mado an exhibition UP 'i ' ot himself on Saturday, to be sure, but his F L f actions were nothing when compared to the ' I- ri capers he cut yesterday. Ho even forgot him- i ft h i "" " '" "' ,0 "IT't ft foul nnmo toUinptro ' ' I V. t Kratlle, and tho latter vory properly ordered I' tl fP-l ',n 'rm" "" Ramo, after having Impusod a wo (I 'af1 "n0 "' 'J3- Anson has always been popular H ( IV here, but his babyish kicking lu the face of good B'f' t .' umpiring and the fact that tho Chicago! had the B'-r 1 'I J' game n on was universally condemned. K Bjtf The first time that Anton let out a roar was H" !Mf; I In tho second Inning, whon Callahan shot aline K, II; f' drlvft close to tho left field foul line. Umpire ' HI, Carpenter, who was behind the plate, called the V' Bl'li t hlt n fou'i nc' 80 " appeared to be. Anson, Hjtt W ? I who was on tho loathing line at third base, ?' Inl' " promptly threw up his hands and honied In ills H';, l I f gust. He claimed the ball was fair by a yard Hp, nB; ' "( when It was at least two feet foul. Carpenter, Hy B l though a new umpire, wasn't a bit afraid, and BM II' J 0l(i ,'1C ,llR cal,lnln ,0 kccn quiet. Then In the Bfcj Hi' 'v f third Hynn wns cnucht stealing second, on n BjYp UM i f close ruling by Carpenter, whereupon Anson Hi HBP ' I) reglstorcd another kick and thereby violated , !' ! tho rules ngnln. In the fifth Lnngo was out nt ' ftH' l J,' the plate, rltnsllo's decision being close, and H BJ', i' again Anson grew red In the face and fairly B-T ('Hi ? screamed with anger. Etnsilo warned hlra to BJ';', I'Bj? f refrain from such actions, and the big chieftain Bi" tiK . ' nont t0 tno l)enca Rrumhllng. Bf h'H! i - These kicks, alt of which were unnecessary, Bf til 1 were nothing compared to tho rumpus caused Btli KB: ! k hy Anton n ben eight Innings had been plnyed. BftT f'H' T Thescoroat that time was 7 to 8 In favor of the Bt' " Eflt' 1 h Chlcatin. and their victory looked like a sure Bfi B: :' I' thing, as they wcro batting heavily, while the Bf, ;BL 'i jr New Yorks were helpless before Grlmtb, off Bji' fB' ' i- whom they mndo twenty-five hits last Thurs- t:' BJ; & day. It was Just 0 o'clock whon tho Chlcagos Be) IB' P came In to begin the ninth Inning, and the sun's BE; iBT- "I? rays woro still flashing In the windows of tho BfJ fB. I houses on the Westchester hills. B'f rBi 'I?- "Call the game, therol" commanded Anson, flt' iflt; i s he strode up to Emsllo. "There Isn't time to flt? IB ''P' play out a full inning. Call the game, I sayl" BE"- IB t'" "Play bnlll" rotorted the umpire coolly, while Bb iJ' W i ,ne crow'1 an1 tho Now Yorks backed him up. BbV iBJ.K r', Anson was furious. He nalked up to thequlet- BK- iBT'u " looking umpire and roared: BMb lH;6P "You call this game or I'll see that you are BK'' iBil letUedl" HHf tBJ & ''' " You're a coward 1" said Emslle. Bt; lB'tttr "You're a dirty cowardl" Anson retorted, I flj ; I cbildlthly. Bf- fflj '.J; v "I' you don't begin to play I'll make you Bit lB' tlredt" remarked Emslle, as he pulled out his BB' Bf'ilsT'J1 a-atch. There was a hurried conference between BBf iBr ? IheChicago captain and his men, who were all BB1 fi L? boking daggers at the umpire, and then Langs B' hVv walked slowly to the plate. He bunted the ball LK. EV ift md was safe. BVX Bji f Anton came up now and the crowd yelled In BK'f B i '' Petition. Emslle called a strike on him, and BB (Hi 1 I Kterltt, who was on the coaching line, rushed BB& 3Br F '? toward the plate, calling out: KT !) E. " yhat'a the matter with yer I Oet'emover, C Ifl" a fou lobslerl" LsV wH-'' i & "That'll cost you $101" responded Emslle K iw t V caolly, as he pointed his finger at Ei erltt. LK- IBM t ;'.w.-hBi1"" roared Everltt, coming closer BBf '''? With his flat clenched. B k f. i "What aro you trjlng to do, you robber!" ? ' . C bellowed Anson, who turned around from his Biv' B-' r n position In the batter's box and tonic Everltt's HB aVr 1 T part, Blv Btr t B "That'll cost you $251" said Emslle. as he , K v '- Blared straigtit Into Anson's fare. .' ( I- You !" screamed tho " Old Man," ssV'i Bj ? f 6on thoroughly frantic LswV Hf b ".?' oul ' 'he gamel" was the umpire's HS Mi i quick command In retponso to the Insult. Still HBf, Hs ;- P th" Chicago leader kicked and fumed and re- HB Wi ' W fu!ei to " There wns nobwly on the bench to f "'' tako his place as he had allowed the substitutes '4 '- . f. to rq to the dressing room. :B-" ? ( "If you don't put a man up there to bat for HH'f 'B- you," said Emslle, "and stop that kicking I'll B; i,m. '-), put you out of tho grounds." Ily this llmo ov- mWBs .W ' e.r"i .' tbo Chicago players were trying to brlua LKS 'K s ? tac,r leader to his Senses, but Decker liml a few BH'i- ', 'i i remarks to make to the umpire for which lie mm1 JB h i waallnedSlO ulso. Emsllo look out his watch Mmvt iK t antl lud on the plate. At the expiration of HSS IBI (, 0D minute, according to the rules, as nobody f iflia i' appeared to bat for Anson, he declared one man H4 KsY r Out and ordered Itran to go to tho bat. H K J " " Don't you halt" roared Anson. " ITere K! ' .' comes my man I" Just then Lnngp. who had :' JK I peei) on first all the time, took advantage of the H& &W, s !ubI,u.b to steal second, but Ulcason, who hud i Sf. i ;' the ball, was uniting for him, and he was de- VKA H.: I dared out by Carpenter. Tbnt mnde two out, VH3; H ;. ,, and Ityan, without waiting for Anson's substl- Ki, KH tutelo appear, cracked a single to left. Calln- B Wt': Mi hsn fullowcd with uslnglelo right and Ityan BBt' m k " landed on third. KK'B. i . l'lay was then interrupted by roars of lauch- BsK, ' Kl . it r roP the spectators, who had been watching H!1 K1 ' S Ansdu's actions on the bench, to which he had KK Kv.V been relegated. Illg ljinKe took a whole nes- sLSi IsK l !' paper and set lire to It. 'Ibcu. using It at a KS? Ml'' I ;' torUi.hd wont throuqb the inuiious of looking fv UK f." ,4r.1ll8 bat 'A De P"11 P' wagon tonguts in front MMK K w ?' him. Callahnn ntnle second and Decker got HV' Hi i? 2 four ballt. (Irinith brought In tn runs with t. Mi i another hit, and Kittrldge again filled thn bates K mV- i- Vilh fpurballo. An error by Davit let Decker HBK . '? (b, nnd when Hrlltlth was caught tie illng third HHl 3 I . the score was 10 to B against the locals. HsKi' MY- ' ? ti ,HW upand get Into the flcldl" was Kms- KfC K' lie's order, but the C'hlcncos had time to burn. Kv' mi S Decker took Anton's place at llrtl base, nnd tho K ! :a crowd lookrd for another iiiuii Illicit. Huddcnly, HsVt K (k ngUrBRiirelnpi-d from Ihe neck lo the ground mWm?' UP- ti Inn trailing hath robe or light gray material, BBk tmi 1? Wblcll was liuttoned nil tho way down the fiont, & H, f appeared from I lie Chlcagos di cuing rooms, HHb '. It) klutr leaning upon Grllllth's arm, lnhorl- MmW' sm'-'lw! ob" procceited ncross the field to Deck- mmWf tm'.m'i " position. It wns Danny Frli nil, fc Psf'sT' "l0 left-handed pltiher of the Chlcagos, K W K t'" na'l PUtnii bis street clnltics, but. on tlie K Bm, K spurof the moment, hml ellmU-il into the bath (K'w ' robe In order to help Anton out of tils predict- K II; ment. He wore a Imtnbull inp. ami wnxnngrny H' H.iK In appenrumo us Iho other Chlcngo players, but HHI: i hi legs were very ijitiih hnnillenpped. K' Hi "It's n womntil" jelled l he crowd. "Oivethe Ei' BK BI" to tbu New Yorks, nine to nothing!" fr. '. .'.Unlnt no nomati," explained n wlseman, E: MmW . '.' "." t"T wot'sgoln' tcrhave a bath in the sri fa K left-field ditch. K'L ' "Von t let, him play!" protested the New KM KZ Yorks. "lies. got no uniform oul" Hut the HrHH umpire ordered the New Yorks to pluy ball, and H, tm 'O'liot, who batted far Hoyinour, filed out, K' BJK- .m ilqltren then rapped a couple of fouls to K'-aV'rW la't. and Fricnu's efforts toshatk the bulls back sHHsK' sK K'' t the inUeld wero so tlothful that tho crowd B'tKK laughed. Van llaltren struck nut. and t'apt, K- HlKf Joyce then rushed to the plate with an argu- b; jfXv ment. lie said that Krlrnd had no uniform on ? ttK' under tho bath robo, nnd that tho came should BrVr tsl'itff1 be forfeited, K'K K'4 ," What 1h o iiiilfnrm I" naked the umpire as kKc M' l ,i Tjslpns of legal compllcatlunsoter the meaning gStV FL Mthb word came to him. "How can 1 todeclde mwMwJ ft iK tnat. "I0"1) hat no uniform on I Doyuununt K' Hi X tue to search html " '. ' 3 , "' 'I111 there and lnokt" aald Hcrappv In a SHB '. i Io".1 rnkf- Emslle again took hit watch nut 9flV""K ,5 5"idH" ""-n'l'r"1, ,0,!ln'! that It was twenty BBf? m! 1 tulnntet of 7 o'i lock. He looked around at the ' i rapid!) Increasing 4larkncss and then culled the . W- -': Kme' As the Inning had not lieen completed, KbBsVB ' tho score went bat k to that of eon Innings, the BBK & ntfurosstMidlnif 7to3ln fawirof the visitors. KBfif Bi , 'Well, 1 carried my point I" eiclalmud Uncle ! r 'Bi 1 iPl: t? ,' lonk'"1 triumphantly at Erntile. " I bVObBsV; B - r!,.'id ,f " ,lu '"II the game and Imadeyou KBLV !' .'" rSr- ,lul there wan no ovation awaking the mmmW.1 mi- '- SP1'0 captain as hB walked down the field. V MS 7 There w as more of a tendency on the part of the WiWm- HI ' S crowd to eontrntulte Euihlle for bis limitless. BE 'BR ' As to the game, the New Yorks were rather sft-rflr ' ') eatllj ouip(iijed. Tboy could not bat Orlltlth, KBBPj He I ' ;'" did not receive the very best of support PJlBfM W S iu.".1Chl9aR?1 0D tD? " """d. had their I WSmW' M t PM11'"11' "ho thut the visitors out last Friday. LfflaW W 'K tt".3i,o0hrfi,ie!ithD,,rl.c aeln' The second hal T-iHs- BF, he pitched In the tirtt inning was hit oter tlie fl; K M pcs la rlht ccuu field for shorn run, wilb IbbLL BHBBBBf BBBBsfi?-'(" -- f - two out In theeecond.BolllTan (raT four ba.Hi to Orimth, who scoreil on KUtrldges two bargerto left. Then Krerltt, banged the ball Into the right field seats for hit Second homer, and Dahlen followed with a clean four-bagger to Seymour began pitching for the New Yorks In tho third Inning, nnd he was hit freely through the remaining Innings, but by stUDld bato run Im? tho riiltors lost four chances for runs and did not score again until the eighth Inning, when hit by Ityan, Callahan, Url tilth, mid Kverl tt. con pled with an error by Donnelly, yield ed two runs. Errors by Cnllahnn nnd Everltt, a steal and a single by Glenson resulted In two runs for the locals In the fourth, and In the sixth they Mod tho score when fllcCreery was hit by the pitcher. Davis, Clark, and Wtirncr made singles and Uleajson received four balls. After that Qrlfllth recovered his grip. Kvcrltt's batting was noteworthy. He went to tho plate live times, and knocked out two sin- rles, ntwo-bnggir, and two home runs, or Ave ills, with a total of twelve. Davis's batting, base running, and Melding took the crowd by storm, Warner caught good ball, bis throwing to bases being a terror to tho visitors. The score: KEW TORE. I CmCJOO. n. ln.r.o. i. f. it. la.r.o.i.i, VnH'ltr'n.cfO 0 4 0 olErerltt, 0b. .8 Bill HeOreery.rf.l 0 10 OiUahlen. st...l 1 4 A B Tlmnan.lt ,.j 0 0 0 0 Lanje, ef.,..0 13 0 0 MarH.st ..,.9 9 0 0 U Anson. lb...O 0 8 3 0 Olrason.Sb.l 1 0 1 ollyan. rf...,.l fl 0 0 u Clrx. lb....O 9 n 1 0 Uallahan.iib.O 9 9 3 1 tVarnsr. 0...0 17 4 1 'Decker. If.... 1 10 0 0 Dnnnelly.Bb.U 0 0 2 1 (IrlRith, P....1 110 0 Kulllran, p..O 0 0 0 oiKittrldge, e..l 10 0 1 Bymour,u..O 0010 1 Totals 7 14 214 0 Totals S 0 34 14 91 Chicago I 4 0 0 0 0 0 8-7 NewYorU 0 0 0 9 0 8 0 0-0 rarned runt Chtcagn, 4) New York, 1. Twobaio htit Everltt, t.anae, hltttldse. Home runs ETtrltt it). Dahlen. Stolen basca Langc (2), Callahan (12), tlttrldia(t). Iiavti (8), (lleason (2). First hue on errors Now York, 4. Flrtt base on balls OfT Orimth. 8l on Kulllran, 9: off Seymour, 0. utruct out By drimth, Oi by Bymnur, 8. Hit by pltoher By Orir nth, 1. Lett on hase Sew ork, S Chlesgo, 7. Double plays Dahlon and Anson t Clark and Warner. Time 9 hours and n mlnutri. Umpires Emslle and Carptater. Attendance 4,000. a SOSTOI, 0 CLrBi."to. 8. Bostoi, Aug. SO. Pere n sraiterlng tingles was the belt Cleveland could do rcltli Nichols to-diy. Chllds, Collins, I."ro, and Teunsy played fast ball. Cleve land's runt ttSre Bills. The score! BOSTON. CLKVKtJlXD. n.ln.ro.A.t n. ln.r.o.A.c Hamllton.cf.y :l 'J 0 1 tlnrkett. lt...l 1 a U 1 Tenney. lb..l a H 0 0 Chllds. sn.. 0 14 0 0 I.oiik 0 8 8 9 1 Wallace. 3b..O 0 S 0 0 Rtahl, rf 1 110 0 OCounnr.1b.u 0 9 0 0 Hurry. If 1 2 10 0 McKean.al.,1 1 a 1 0 Collins, lib... i) 10 4 0 I'lekerlng.cr.O 2 9 0 0 Lowe, 3b 0 0 a 4 0 tinnier, o ..0 1 1 0 0 l!ergen,o....l 17 0 O.M'Alllstrr.rr.n 0 110 Mlcholl.p.. .0 0 0 0 0 Powell, p.... 0 10 0 0 Totals,. ..?0 19 SJ 10 "s Totalt ...,?8 "5 2 4 11 7 Cotton -....a 10 0 0 110 ..0 Cleveland 1 10 0 0 0 0 0 03 Earned runs Doston, 4. Two-bao hits namllton (8), Long. &acrltle hit renney. Kirst base on t alls Oil NlchoU, 1 on: roivell. 2. wild rltoli Nichols. BtrtK'k out Uy Nichols, 4; hy Ton 11, 1. Umpire Lynch. Time 1 hour and SO mluutea. Attendance 4,800. BiXTiuonc, 7: cncmiti, 1, ItALTiMoar, Atnr. no Tbo champlnnt won their fifth straight gnmo from the lteds to-day Dwyer was both wild aud lurrTectWe. and Dammann, who succeeded him. was also touched up lively. The vis itors could do hut little wltn corbett'a curves Errors bv ttotilnaun and llcclraw gavo them their only run. Tastcorat SALTIUOr.X. I CKClVMTt. u. ln.po.A.B. a. la.r.o.A.C MoOraw, 3b 8 3 1 1 llmtchle.lf. ..0 110 0 Keeler, rf....a 8 3 0 1 Hoy. cf 0 0 8 0 0 Kelley. lf....O 1 3 1 0 nitier. rf ...,1 3 2 0 0 Btemel.e(...0 8 0 0 OlDeekley, lb 0 0 D 0 0 Doyle, lb,... 0 0 8 1 OiCoreoran. ts.O 3 9 0 0 Itrftr, Sb....O 0 1 2 0 UcFhee.2b..O 0 0 9 0 Qutan.is 1 2 4 3 Olirnln, 3b.,..0 118 0 ltoblnson. o..l 0 B 0 1 Vauitbn. O...0 10 10 Corhett, p...l 2 0 9 OlDnyrr. p.,.,0 0 0 0 0 jDauituann,p 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 7 14 87 10 U 1 Total! 1 7 24 10 0 rtaltlmore 1 0 0 0 0 4 0 3 .. 7 Cincinnati 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 01 Earned run nalttmore. Sacrifice hit Dwyer Stolen bases Miller, Keeler (9), Coreoran, Krlli-y, Mo Oraw (2). First base on error Cincinnati. First baa on balls Off Corbett. 1; on Dwyer. 9. Hltbypltchad ball By Dwyer, 1). Struck out lty Corbett, 4t by Dwyer. 2 by Daramann, 1. Paed ball Zlohlnton. Left on base Daltlmore. 10: Cincinnati, 0. Time 2 hours and 5 minutes. Umpires O'Day and Kelley. Attendance s.vos. Attantlo League. AT BXWARK riRST OAXX. b. a. Newark B 4 0 0 7 8 0 8 ..30 17 9 Reading 1 0000000 01 88 Batteries aettlg and Zcarfosa: Ifcllackln and Xlainey. IZCOSD OSJIB. a. n. b. Newark 0 110 4 3 0 1 ..-a s Beading 0 0 10 2 0 10 I 0 0 8 Batteries Johnstone and Zearfoati Qarrln and Turner. AT rATERSO. a. b. b. PatersOB 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 01 4 8 Lancaster. 0 4 0 0 0 3 0 0 ..a 11 Batteries Waeki and Touheyi West and Roth. AT BICUMOSD. Richmond 8 19 8 0 0 0 0 10 0 a Athletics 0 0 9 110 10 37 11 0 Battf rlea Chetbro, Stlmmel, and rotten Ames and T. Behaub. At Norfolk Rain. Eaalern Leagu. AT raoriDutcB. Preridsne 0 110 0 0 8 1 1-7 14 4 UutTalo 0 0 3 3 0 0 0 0 04 10 9 Batterlea nodton and Dlxont German and Una hart at acniirroa. B. B. BL SorantOD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 03 8 9 Byraeus 0 10 0 10 0 8 04 R a Batteries Johnson aud Bordi Kissinger and Shea. AT WILKISUilUtE. it. n. B. Wllketban 0 0010007 0 H IB a Montreal 1 0 13 4 10 0 010 li 8 Batteries Ullner and DI gains; lloFarland and O'Neill. at trsixoriELD. Bprlngflald 0 0 0 9 1 B 0 0 0-8- V 1 Toronto 0 10 0 3 10 0 V 3 0 0 Batterlea Woods and Duncan; Oaston and Baker. .Yen Ensland I.ensue. At Newport Newport. 4 1 Fall lllvor. 8. Atr-awtucket (first gsme) Prockton, 1; Paw. tucket. &t (second gains) t'awtuckct, 0; Brockton, 7. Allauuivn New Bxlford, 4; Taunton, 1. Other Uaiufta. at uziuhex. a. n. a. Merlden 0 0 0 0 0 0 B 0 .. 5 4 2 Torrlogton 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 3 8 4 Batteries Clements and Thelsen; Kelly and Dot tenut. at tumets roiiT. Wlllets Point... 1 2400000 0-7' 80 Bt, Alphontus...O 5 0 0 14 0 0 0-10 18 4 Itatterli-s St. A. Graham and Helnleln; W. P. Sacra and Williams. rollce at the I'eln Cronnda To-Dar. The Kew Yorks and Clnclnnatls will play two garnet at tho Polo (Hounds this afternoon. Po lice Captain Donahue will be on hand with enough hliiecoats to suppress any disorderly conduct. Over In llrookfvn last Friday I'resI dent llyrno Instructed tho police tonrre.it nnv Slnjerho laid n hand on the umpire or In-iiIl-oiI In u fight on the field. If there la any outbreak In Harlom to-tlny, arrests may follow, Old-Time Courieelcs. To tiix Enrroa or Till: SvsStri Years ago, when I was a boy, at haacba'! games the losing nine all gatheriid around the captain at the close of the game ant gare three cheers for the victor, and the win. nlng team returned the eoinpl.ment Nowadays each team hustles off the field without anr compliments whatever. Ir the New York Club could set the example by ehi-erlng tbrlr victors th'; next time they loae, ft might no ton ethlng toward stopping the rowdy ao tlonsof the spectators. O. T. AUO. DO, ltfUT. Dear nnd Dumb Hull Players. To Tnx Enrroa or Tub Bum Sir; Permit m to of. fer a suggestion on the umpire question. Why not recruit all the League baseball teams from reputahla Institutes for the deaf and dumbp Then we would get what we pay fori baseball, not eloquence, Hockabiick, N, J., Aug. BO. p, n, v. Baseball Iteles. D. T.. K. Tenney, L. S.-Clarke uf Louisville, W F. B.-K.wlng caught Rusle In 1801 and 1B93. Eddlv Burke baa been tent home by Manager Ewtng. A. W. Patterson. 1. Tho tie game of Saturday, 8. Jninei Walsh. Cincinnati, 0 gamtai Baltimore. 5 gaturi. beiiec'lar'ed'olt t,chnlc1 p0,nt "a th" b, should .J'1.?r?, '' J"",r." ,hl ""i for the manager of the National Baseball Club of Brooklyi. Umpire llannatau wat mobbed at Columbut on unjay and escorted off tliegrouudt by tlx policemen. W B-The New Yorks are tcheduled to play at. Louis la the morning and In the afttrnoon ou Labor .!!:? H,i'k',1,,Ua wu no ilr ut. but should kicking "" r,m",i ,r0m " "r lUeial The Clevelands were beaten by Ptwtucketon Bun- pMcb?rtVC;r,,,t ",01, Urow"dToddw,rVth. . JJT.?""' 'i1"1 1,,, Lb0'' DV morning enen for ffl'"'11 offering a reaaouable guarsntee. Addreil NatO.blrong, manager. Kia First avenue. uu" imr.I'is!!'"! plt,fi hetween the Bostons and Pitts- burgs tbo first-named team scored 85 runs Winninsi ti. o gamea by ou, run, four by two runt, two Ti riur 1 rum, ua by thirteen runs, and one by AlUen'ruti' Addreat J, W. Solomon, 187 Orehanl trraat. Th Pecolat would like to arraags fm' teams wltn pUen averaging 10 yedrs. Address Joseph Punsny. 488 West Thirty seventh street. The Levingion A. C. has tabor Day (A. M. and r. K.) open, and would Ilk to bear f rom imlferrned elnb with players atersginr 18 year. Address B, Lowen berg, BIS East Eighty-first street. A Bridegrootn.-l. Kenneily. f. 81 and SS yeart resrectlvely. B. He eon d not pitch) he has not been ilgned by any other League club yet. .4. Salary and back pay. B. Eastern Park. . One run. Cant, Joyce said yesterday regarding the NjwTork ClnSlnnlllVrle. w'hl-h will begin tc-aayi "The Mew Yorkt will not make any trouble, but II thy Clncln natlt try any of their dirty tactics, look oUtl" PiTTtscKo. Aug. so.-rresldcnt Kerr to-day re installed Klllen and nawley, the two tuspended tar pitchers of the local club. Doth Payers wer ordered to report to Manager Donovan Immediately. The Newark A. O. hat two garnet open for Labor Day to plsy away from home with any olub giving a tillable guarantee alt) Saturday! In September. AddrrssCharlei Smith, uiantger, 211 Jefferson etreet, Newark, N, J. Manager B. F. McKahon of the f)yola baseball team writes that when the score of the game between the Claremonle and Loyola teams on Saturday was 81 to 0 In favor of the Xovnlas the Claremonts lert the Held, and the nmnlr declared the game forfeited to tho Loyoiat, 9 to 0, Itaseball Games To-Day. BAT10XAI. LIAOUB AtO ABIRICAS ASIOCTATI0B. Clnclnditl at New Vorki Cleveland at Brooklyn; St. Louis at lialllmore; Chicago at Boston) Pittsburg at Washington. r-ASTtnt Lkioc. Toronto at Borlngneldt Buffalo at Providence Mon treal nt Wilkesbarrei Syracuse at Scranton. ATLA1TIC LEiOCR. Reading at Newark: Lancaster at Palerson; Ath letics at Norfolk) Hartford at Richmond. ATHLETIC MAflXATr.S nOBltOlt. national Officials In Town Discuss rtans anal Prospects ror the Future. Tho mngnntcs of the A. A. U. were among tho happiest people In town yesterday. Thoy had not only brought off tho most successful cham pionship meeting since the organization was founded nine years ago, but they had Improved tho opportunity afforded by so many officials be ing al hand and brought leglslitlve business up to date. At tho meeting of the Governors tho following now elections wero mado to tho board: Metropolitan Association. Bartow 8. Weeks, J. J. Frawley, and John Slell; New Ensland Association, James C.Morse. Newtous Atlantic) Association, James 11 Bterrett, Philadelphia! Central Assoclotlon, F. E. Pcttltt. Chicago! Southern Association. J. J. Woulfe, New Orleans: Paclllo Northwest Association, R. L. Ollson, Portland, Or.: Western Association, C. B. Reber. Bt. Louis, P. C. Fisher, Denver, and Daniel O. Taylor, St. Louis. The following resolution was passed after considerable debate: llesolied, In reference to the question aa to the eligibility of OeorgeOrton, Daniel J. O'Connetl, and P.. H. Baynet to represent the New York A. C. nnd the Knickerbocker A. C. respectively In competitions that the amended legislation of the A. A U. cannot be retroactive In Its application and iffect. Tho K. A. C. protest against the ridengo A. A. receiving the banner for the greatest number of points at the military- tournament out West was overruled hy a unanimous vote. The following change was made lu the athlctlo rules: That no professional athlete shall be allowed to Protest any person or any amateur organisation, rotests msy lie inadu by an amateur competitor, or by an amateur oOlclal member of an amateur organi sation. Ilartow S. Weeks of tho Metropolitan Asso ciation nnd Daniel O. 1a)lor of the Western Association wero placed In nomination fur tho position of Fourth Vlce-I'resiilcnt of the A. A. U. A ballot was taken, whl-:h resulted In the eloctlon of Mr. Weeks. The Trial nnd Reinstatement Committee recommended tho reinstatement of llcorge Bueas of Denver, L'ol.. and hu uae restored. Permission as given to tho Knickerbocker A. C. to hold individual and team cross-country championships next season. The Central As sociation of tho A. A. U. applied tor permission to hold tho national indoor ihamplonshlpa for 1808. The President appointed John W. Kelly, Jr of the Atlantic Association as tho Union's rep resented o to theL. A. W. under tho new terms of alliance. All tboofllclals seen yesterday wero Inclined to think that a new boom in um.iteur athletics all over tho country will result from Saturday's grand tournament. Secretary Sullivan said thut the affair had been the most successful, from n financial standpoint, In many yours. He esti mated the pin in it attendance at 11,000 persons. President V. E. Pottill of the Chicago A. A. ex- Ercesod himself as delighted with the work of la men and with tho herly reception they re ceived. Ho biijb the club will be heard from again next j ear with alarger and more formlda- hln tenm. Presidents D. O. Taylor of the Western Asso ciation and ft K. Fithhurn of the Central Asso ciation hint that the West ban ne crnl rods in pickle for future tournaments. The Wcttern championships are to be hold nt Ht, Louis on Sept. 18, and those of the Central Association at Chicago, Sept. '5. Molt of the Western athletes hae hurried home to preuare for these meet ings, but J. II. .Maybury and J. It. Hush, the noted sprinters who ran a (lead heat lest than a Sard behind Wefcrs In the short dash on Satur ay. will remain at Trnsers Island with a view to a further burst against the chauiplou at Bergen Point on labor Day. On Sunday and ycaterdny most of the visiting oftlciuls were the gtieste of President Jiimcn Whitely, Now York A.O., at Tracers Island, and last night Capt. Ilartow 8. Weeks gave a dinner in their honor at the rlt home of the winced foot, Flfty-llfth street mid Sixth avenue. The magnates present included President Pcttltt of the Chicago A. A. There was considerable friondlv badinage and mctnphoiiunl bouquet throwing on the subject of the respective meiits of tho N. V. A. U, and Chicago A. A., and ns a result a dual meet be tween tbo tno organizations tins been null stantlally agreed upon. '1 he firm meet will be held on the grout'dd of tho X. V. A. O., at Trovers laland, on Ladles' Day, Oct. 2, 18U7(nnd the return meet "111 be held at Chfc-auoona, date next ear to be subsoiucntly agreed upon. This arrangement la now nubjecjt onl) to formal ratification by tho Ilo.ird of (Joternors of tho Chicago A. A. Wlillo tho events for tho II rat meet hato not been definitely settled, thev "ill lu all probability tie as follous: ISO, 300, 880 ynrd and one-mile runs, standing high nnd standing broad Jumna, discus, shot nnd hammer. This villi make tlio full guinea of tho Now York Alhletlo Club oven more nt tructlvo than they havo btcn in tho past, and the active rivalry between these two great or ganizations Is sure to redound to the benefit of umateur tfport. Witts the ao-rotera at Bfewport. NEWroitT, Aug. 30. The 30-footers raced to day In pairs, eight boats starting. Tho Puck did not enter and the Carolina drew a bye. There wns n line breeze from tho toullmest, nnd the Dyer's Island cotirso n at sailed. Tho first pilr, Wawa and Vaqucro III., vicre started at 2:03 o'clock, the Miisme nnd Voda at 3 o'clock, tho Dorothy and Ksperanra nt 3:0A o'clock, and thu Mat and Hera at 3:1(1 o'clock. It was a run up tho bay with splnnakcis and a heat back. ThcVuqunro (ovorcd the course In the best time. Tim Duroihy, sturtlng In Ihn third pair, overhauled thn aeconil pnlr. Mulshing ahead of the Veda. The winners were Vnqiiirti, Miitmo. Dorothy, and Horn. The oillclal lime was us follows: FIRST I-AIH, . Klnpttd Jloaf and Uienrr. FMth. time, M. N. t. C. M. t. Vaquero III , It B. Duryea & 44 10 ! 4U it) Wawa, J, A. btlllman o 47 00 3 S3 US SECOND PAIR. Husme, J. McDonough B BT 47 1 57 47 Veda, C. Vanderbllt, Jr B CD DO li ou ua THIRD PAIR. Dorothy III.. II, p. Whitney B BB 44 t B3 44 Ksperanza, A, b. Van Wlnkls Did not finish. FOURTH PAIR. nera. R. N. Ellis n in n 8 no 11 Mai, o. O, Jtnnlngs Did not Mulsh. To morrow morning tho winners to-dny will race In pairs, nnd In th afternoon the winners of the morning will race with tho Carolina lu the finals. Ijswd Teonla. Nt AaARA, Ont, Aug. SO, The good men came together In the international tennis tourna ment at Niagara-ou-the-Lake to-day, and as a result Iludlong, Sheldon, and Neely were put oul of the tournnment by Fischer, Whitman, and Hond. The doubles wero started and tho handicap singles continued. It seems impossi ble to finish the tournament before Wednesday, when the finals will probably be played. The scores follow: Open Singlet Second Round E. P. Fischer beat A. C. LBudloug, B H, 7-0, 7-6 1 M. D. Whitman heat U. ). bheldou, Jr., o 1), tl S: W. 8. Bond beat J. C. Neely, B-l, 0-2. Handicap Hlngles-Flrst Hound-!!, K. Avery (owe IB) orat U. P. Sheldon, Jr (owe 3UI, S-tl. 0 B: o. I. Dudlong (owe UO). beat V, B. Bond (owu :I0), 3 A, B-s. H-81 J. D. Forbes (ow UO) beat P. Porter (3-0 of IB). 7 S, tt a. Kecond lloiind-M. V, Whitman (C, of 40) beatlU W. I', llatliowa (scratch), B-S, 03, Urn's Doubles Preliminary Round J. Brlggs and II. U Hlsson beat O. Tate and J. Noble. 0-3, b-4 R. W. P. Mathews and Boctt Urldln beat W.D. Love and A. C. Monaster by default, Flist llound-L. R. Ware and J. D. Porbet beat J. prlggsand 11. O, S ssou. U-a, Si E. P. Flaober aud id. D. Whitman beat It. W, P. Mathtwt and Bcotl Urlffln, 7-S, 0-3, Ilaaeball, Palo Urounds, To-Dar. Two Dames. 1 adm. 8 and 4 I', M. New York vs. CtnclhnaU. if u. Ilatebnll, Kaslem t"rk, 4 P. M, To.Uar. Brooklyn vt. CUreland. Admhutoa to witl OOc-dv. THE HUGPENOrs STAKE. tnB nnoTitEn to XAVAnitE za xOT A VOVSTEttfElr. lie VTst Under a ru nt the Flnlslt or tn Mapphlre fifnltrs tmperator Win the Iteaprra br a Ue(A Handicap for Old Blr Walter-Bun tp wins on the lirass. The Huguenot showed yesterday at Bhoopi head Day by the way n which he won the Sap pblro Stakes, nt fit e nnd ahalf furlongs. In 1:08. that he Is a worthy brother of tho great Ucnry of Navarre, The big colt had his stake weight up and ho was under a pull at tho finish, Willi Martin drawing It fine In the endeavor to keen the colt's true form from being exposed, San Venado was second, a head bofore Cock Ilobln, third. The Iloapers Stakes, for three-year-olds, at one mile and thrtc-alxlccnths.went to Jame Oalwny's brown colt Imperator, who beat tho Jefferson Stnblo's Ally Lndr Mitchell tbort head after a hard drive through tho lnstfurlong. Thorpe won the raco through etenllng away on the uppor turn, and Sloan could never quite got tip with Ijndy Mitchell, nltlioitRh she cloarly out classed the colt and should bavo won. It was another perfoct day for rnclng and a good-slrod crowd wns In attendance, for iho programmo wns one of tho best of tho meeting. Thorb was n lot of Interest In tho handicap nt a mile nnd a furlong and It brought about n grand contest between Sir Walter, Frco Advice antl lien Brush, tho trio finishing in a bunch In the order named. Tho Huguenot was always a slight favorlto over Cock ftobln for the Sapphlro Stakes, and tho best price obtainable at the closo of specula tion ngalnst tho brother of Navarro wns 0 to 0, Ban Venado, nt fours, came neit, while 80 to 1 could be had about the added starter. Wasteful, from David Oldeou's stable. Cock Ilobln and San Venado, with their pull of ten pounds in thowolghts, started out to make it warm for Tho Huguenot, but Martin rated tho favorlto along In their nnko until the elbow wns reached. Tho handsome chestnut then strode up on tho outside, nnd, gradually drawing out, won hard held by a length. In n whipping finish San Vcnndo beat Cock Ilobln a short bead for second monoy, Imperator, on the strength of his good race a fct days ngo, when Charley Thorpo mossed him nbout, was fiuorltc at 0 to D for tho Reapers Stakes, wltliOrliunraocoml chotcont2 to l.anc! Scottish Chieftain, tho outsider, at 12 to 1, Bchorrcr rodo the Chleftnln, Tarnl having been suspendod for two days for misbehavior nt the post In tho raco for tho Ocean Handicap on Sat urday last. Thorpo made no tnlslakcs with Im perator yesterday, for directly the flag fell ho cut ncross from tho outside and took tho pole. Clayton, on Orlniar, was penned In by tho crowd, nnd by tho time tho turn was reached lie was a dozen lengths behind the leader. Tho flllios Lady Mitchell and Partridge, added starters, went out In pur suit of Imperator going up tho bnckstrctch, and got to the brown colt passing the old Dwyer stnblcs. Orlmnr nnd tho others wcro out of it long since, nnd tho hnekors of tbo favorlto knew that they had only Lady Mitchell and Partridge to fear. Going round the upper turn Thorpe mnde assurance doubly sure by stealing away again with Impcrutor, and re hen Sloan on !ady Mitchell woko up. tho brown colt had three or four lengths of n gap opened. Lndy Mitchell fialned slowly but surely nil the way home, and t was ulp and tuck nt tho wire, with Imperator lirst by a bead. Partridge wits a fulr third and Scottish Chieftain fourth. A field of slitecn to- car-old Allies went to tho post In tho opening race, nt llo furlongs. The Thompson candidate, Attainment, wns tho favorite at "Jiato 1, with Mary Black, La Ven tura, and Mnritothe most favored of the others. The Kecno lllly, 'lent Pin, at 'JO to 1. gie tho favorite an argument all tho way, and dually won a good race hy balf n length. Attainment inn hard drive beat M. F. Dwycr's now pur chase hardly a head for second monct, wlillo Miss lloncna was lapped on tho pair, lent Pin la n good-looking daughter of Tournament. The Hpprentlco Jockoy, W. Meancy, who rodo Ua muuuita, was unseated at the start, and the lllly rnu borne behind her field with the stirrups threshing her tides. The boy was unhurt. Nana 11. was considered tho class of the dash at six f urlongb for tlllics three jenrs old, but the second choice, Trolley, an unusually speedy daughter of Martenhurst, carried Nana II. along so fast that she was through at tho head or the homeatrotch, K was then a case or Trolley first uuillherest nowhere, ns the Western lllly was unappronehed and bad pounds In reserve at the turn. Ilia ttrettv Btruirizto fur secnnl monev Break o' II iy bent Nana It. a head. Courtship II. w-uancloso fourth. Mnrltje aud liitty run well for a portion of tho Journey. Because Free Ad Ico had shown high form with 1111 pounds up ono day last week, the talont selected him to win the handicap at a mile and it furlong, which hid, among oi hers, Ben Brush. Sir Walter. Mauriro. and Dutch Skater engaged. It waa 3 to 1 Free Advice, 4 to 1 each Ben Brush nnd Maurice, and 7 to 1 Howard Mann. Sims waa suspended for the , ilav, and M. F. Dwyer put Hewitt up on Ben , Brush, while Thortw had tho mount on tho i favorite. Hey del Tierra. nt 12 to 1, shot to tho front at tho start, and, setting a (lipping pace, led by two lengths until lite fur longs from home, where ho was passed hy Sir Walter, who ran round Ills Held , with a dazzling burst of speod. t'layion I kept tho old warrior at bis work once he , trot In: n thn lend, and when Free Advice and lien Brush challenged In tbustruteh tho veteran . responded with the utmost gnmeneas. Hewitt found lien IlruiOi too inuth horso for him, nnd , when the real Htriiggluciilno it wns between Hir i Walter and Freu Advice. By a niagnlflrant piece of riding ClaMini miuecrcd Sir Wullcr hoinobya head. Ben Brush was nvcrycloe third, nnd Dutch Skater fourth. With Sims up tho raco sotild hiiu gone to Ben Brush, who was by no means all out nt I lie lluislt. Sun L'p nnd Buckw n carried thn bulk of the money for the concluding oient atainllo over tho turf course, tbo forinir closing fuMiiIlunt 7 to n. Tin' pair turned Into tho humestreti h bend and head, nnd for a furlong thev had It hammer nnd tongs. Then Sun L'p got his head , In f runt, unci, gr.iduall) ilruniug uwnv, won by half a length In the fast time of 1:41 2-n. Ban nock was n good third, and Miirnrino fourth. P. J. Dnyer's old favorite. Declare, a elx-joar-old buy horse by Stratford, out of Clara, wag chloroformed nt tho Oravcend race track on Sunday lust. The horse had beou nencd In one i of his forelegs, nnd tho nlllng number becoming swollen anil suppurated thcro was niihopoof securing ii cure. It was tbcrofmo a merciful deed to put him out of pain. Declare was a high-class two- cur old lu Domino's jear. It was announced positively at Uruvrsond, yesterday nftetiioon, that Humburg would lie a starter lu the Flight Stakes nt Shccpshead Buy to-morrow. It Is among tho probabilities that Ornament mid Tho Irlar will meet In n apeclnl race orera distance of ground somo time within tho next few necks. Huuiniurles follow: rntsT hack. For fillies two years old, selling! by tiiliaeiiptlon of IU each, with gllUU addril, or which JlOUtoeec onl and ISO to third, lait five lurlungs Futurity coumei J 11 Keruo't b. f. Tent I'ln, by Tournament Dart Jlalden. 100 (II Marlln) 1 L. R A W I Thumpnou'a b f. Attainment, 94 (Clawson) 9 M.K llwyer'sch f. Hardly, uu (Wllhlte) 3 Mary lllack. La Ventu a. Mlvs llnwina, Kilt, Rata llarilcaitle, Marllo. Ramon Ha. Zclla, Jilted. Ella Daly. Hello of Lrlu, Abundant, and Cbrlttabel alaoran. Time. ;U1 o. Retting Against Attainment. Cj to It La Ventura and Marj mock, each n tu 1; Morlto, H to 1: Miss Ilowcna, 10 to 1: Zella, in to 1 Tent Pin aud Abundant, each SO to li Hardly, KB to It Jilted, 80 to lChrlstai,el aud Kilt, each 40 to li Ella Daly ant Velln or l'.rln, each CO to 1 ltamonclta and Kat ltardcantle, each 100 to 1, SECOND RACE. For Allies three yean old, uon wlnnert of tl.noOi by subscription or (10 ach. with guou added, ol which (100 to tbe teeond aud (aO to the thlrdi tlx lurluugs on main track! F.attln A Laranle'a b. f. Trolley, by Martenhurst MayH.I14(Oiavtou . .... ., 1 tlrinin tt Hluinus'a b. f. llreak ' flav, 1 17 (T. Sloan), t W. Hatward'ab. f. Nana II.. 117 (Dog etl) 3 Mls Prim. La Fontrra, Ultly. Courtship II , Marine, Bummer eca, Woodllrd, and Fireside also ran. Time, Ilia l.ft Betting Against Nana II., 7 to Bi Trolley, 81 to 1 Oltiy, 10 to 1 1 llreak o' Day and Fireside, each 13 to li MlMl'r.m, La Fontrra, and Murltje. each IB to 1 Courtship 11 . HO to 1 1 Bummer be a, 30 to 1 Wood bird, 100 to 1. TTIIRU RACK. The Sapphire Stakes, of &.i0U: for two-year-olds non-winners of the value of tnlio un tuthe time ol clotlngi guaranteed cash value (2.UU0, or which (JBO totheaeoond and (1B0 to the thlrdi last ave and a half lurlougs Futurity course; L.B. A w. p. Thouion'acb. e. The Huguenot, by n Knight or Ellerslle-MouRoae, 11R (, Marttu)., 1 E.J llaldvtln't ch e. Kan Venado. lOh (Thurpe) J. 11. Keena't ch. e. Cock Re bin, 108 (H. Martin).... U Nulo, clraud Bacheiu, Momentum, and Wasteful alto ran, .. Time, !08. nettlng-AgalnitThe Huguenot, 6 toDiCoek Robin, a toll Han onadu, 4 tu ll Momentum, 10 to 1 Uraud backom, IB to liNutcs and Wasteful, each 80 FOCRTII RACE. .Tb JPr 8takes,of (3,0001 for three-year-oldti (BO eachi guaranteed value (V.O00, of w hlch (350 to second and (100 lu third: one mile and threa-tU-ternthsi James Oalwav's b. o. Imperator, by Iroauols-cllen. view, 10(1 (Thorpe)... ,,,,., . l Jertersou Stable's b.M july Mitchell. Ill (T.Sloan). II '?' ,.l'1?., P ' Parlrlifg. 1 1 1 tWIIhlte) 3 Bootllih Chief tatn, Orion, and Orlraar also ran. . . T,m' V:f)B l-B. netting Against Imiieittor, 0 toBi Orlniar, 2 to li fIlrt.',.7Vnr?l,9rt0B sad'-ady Mltcholl. ucb B to 1 1 Scottish Chlertaln, 13 to 1, FIFTH nACK. Por.i be-year.oldt and upward, handicap! by tuttcrlpllou u( (It) sacu, with (l.Ova added, of which (too to teeond nd (100 to thlrdi on mlU-aad afurlenBi Oneck Blable't b. h. Blr WAtWr, aged, by Midlothian LaBoAla, 117 (Clayton)..,,...,.. 1 Sromley k Co.'a b. h. Free Advice, B, 108 (Thorpe), " . f. Dwyer'ab. h. Den Brush, 4, 1(7 (IttWItt) 8 Howard Uaan, Dutch Rkater, Maurice Oarnero, Lobengula, joe Miller and Ray del Tlcrra alto ran. Time, HBO l-B. Betting Agalntt Free Advice, a to I, Ren Dntih and Maurice, rich 4 to 1 1 Howard Mann, 7 to 1 1 Car nero. B to ll Lobengula. (ley del Tierra, and Sir Wal ter each, It to 1 Joe Miller, BO to 1. HIXTft RACE. For thres-year-oldt and upward! trlltngt by nl. terlntlon of (10 each, with (DUO added, nt which (tub to fcond and (30 to third! one mile en turn W, It. Darrlck't rb. b. Bun Up, B, by nuobanan Bunlgiit, 101 (II Martin)......,....!.. 1 R. W Purser'th. g. Uuckwa. B, 1011 (W Martin).... 8 O. Anderson's eh. e. Bannock, 8, VI (Maher)...... ,. n Matarltie. Volley, Bong and Dance, Cllttlo U., Honor, and Campania also ran. Time. 1:41(8, Retting Against Bun Up. 7 to B TJu-kwa, 9 to 1 Rannock, Bong and Danee, and Campania, each 8 to 1 1 Maiarlne, IB toll Volley, 8u to ll Honor, Bo to ll Clltsts U., 100 to 1. On the Harlem Track. Cnicioo, Aug. 80. Cavalry, winner of the last race atllallemto-uay, and entered to be told for(IOO, was run up (Sou over her Brat price. Lady Ulxin, winner of the second race, waa rfltnualMed for foul ing Tony Honing, the favorite, who finished second. Honing got the race. Imp ran leven furlongs In licets. entailing the Stat record ror the distance. Summaries: . .... First Race-Blxfnrlonn AILene, 101 (Donaldson), 40 to 1, wont Milwaukee, 100 (T, Hums), 4 to I. sect ondiJuanlta, lot) (W.Dean), 10 to 1, third. Time, 1 1 1 4 34 , Second Rare One mile. Tony Honing. US (Donald ton), (i to 2. woniLlttle Millie, 03 (J Woods). !l to 1, leeoudt Martin K 0.1 (T. llurhM, rt to 1, third. Time, 141, Lady Dixon, PH (W.Dean). finished tint, but wttdisqualltled for fouling Tony Honing. Third llace Klv and n half furlenjts.--Patroon, 10ft (0. Uray). 4 to 1. wen! Pearl. 10 (A. Parrett). t) to B, lecondt Host, lot (Cannon). 110 to 1, third. Time, l:Cj. Fourth Ract One mile and a sixteenth. Mmrod, 7B (RU-lt). a to 10. woniThe Plutocrat. W5 (J Woods), 4 to 1, s coudi Indra, 87 (Render), 8 to 1, third. Time, 1:48C). Fifth Race Reven furlongs. Imp, 07 (Clay), even money, worn Fretful. 104 (J Woods). 8 to 1. ieo ondi Irene Woods, 10V (T. Murphy), 3 to 1, third. Time. IUH'4 sixth Race One mile, telling Cavalry, 03 (J. Wools), even money, weni Charley Christy, 104 T. Murphy). 4 to 1, teeond: Lew Hopper, 110 (Cay wood), 7 tot, third. Time, 1:43. Itaetng at Detroit. Dethoit. Anr 80. The rive raeet at the firms I Point track to-ilay were marked hy the presence or a i small crowd and a sticky, heavy trtok. Two favor ites, George R Cox nd 8 Itco, won In a pit op, while a seoond oholce, Florida nosei a third choice. Frosty, and a rank outsider. Van Klrkman. won the other events. Suimna-lrs: First Itaee Selling! teven furlongs VanKlrkmnn. Ill (Morrison), IK to 1 worn Charina, 114 (0. ltIIT), 0 to I, second! Parometer, 8 lo . third. Time. 1,37',. Necnud Ra e "-elllngi four and a half furlonts Frostv. UliC'ssltly), B to 1. won: liunadla, VV iCamp bell), ltd i,H-ciiodi Indelible, lua'a (ShrrUnU), 10 tot, third. Time. UiBB'sr Th rd itaec H-lllngi one mll Oeorge D Cox, 83i (Cro hurst), li to B, won: Mordec al. hi (Weaver), 2 lo I. teeond: SlrErral, 108 (C-mpLell), 0 to 1, third. Time. 1.4S4 lourthRa-e six furlongs Sllgo. 104 (C. nelfr). 8 tn S. won: Old Saueus. 107 (J. Oardner). fl to 1, see oml: Logan, 104 (J Shields), SO tu 1, third. Time, 1 IK's. Hftli Race Fonrand ahalf furlongs. FlorldaRrae, 108 (rainpbcll). 7 tu 2, worn HarcusM yer. 102 (Mor rison), 10 to I. second; Tenrlca, 103 (C. IteltT), SO to 1, third. Time, 1:00. tlesulla nt Bt. Loula. Br Locis, Aug. 30. The races at tbe fair grounds this art -moon resulted as follows: First Race Three-quarters of a mile Mls Verne, 05 (C Ccimls). 7 ton. sou, L-Own-You. "u (L. Jack eon), mi lo t, re -on I: Ronnie Jaue, 70 (II. Drown), 13 tu 1 third Time, -t Heo nil Race tine mil". Frank Daly, 107 (Hlokey), fl to 1, won. L'ltltna, 103 (Ullmore), 4 In I, sccundt ' LadrCordell, 108 (Easlcy), 13 to 1. third. Time. 1 l:ii. I Third Kaee Kleven-rliteentlil of a mile. Wh'r- mnt(llne. lot (Hall), n to I. won: Jalarla. 101 tC. Murphy). 10 to 1, se old. Nancy Till, 10B (Foucou), B tu ft. third. Time, 1:1:. ' Fourth Race Seven e'gtith fit n mile lock O'Sot, 81) I'HImorei. 40 to 1, vconi Nannie L'sRIit. r, M4 cC. , Combs), l to n, second; lleleu 11, Oardner, 07 (Ha 1), Bto 1, third. Time. I '33 Firth Rrcr Heientbiixteenlhi of a mile nolle Rock. 1 O'i (t nut). 10 to 1, nun; Klnarella, lll.t (C. C'oml.-c, in to I, second, Myrtle. 101 (It. Junes), 10 to 1, thltd. Time. !:114. Blxth Race one mile. Truxlllo. nn(Ollmore),even monev. viou; Topmast, tut tllsll;, tt to 1, second; Tranby, 101 (Foucun), nto 1, tiilrd. Time. 1:13. Winners at Newport CisrtTCATi. Auir. 30. Four or th" five wlnnert at Newport to av were tavorltes Summaries: Hrst llace six turlonir" arlolta 0.10.1 (Hill), B to S, vto , Flaltha, lOS(Wililsms), a to 1, secnndi We Know It IUB(llrahainl Sato I, third Time, 1 17. Second Uoce-Mx furlmgs Ihor. 1U1 (V Jnne Stol.nou; F.'ldnil, nil (Aker). Ml tn l.arcnpcl: Af rican, 11(1 (Maltl.ena), 4 In t, third Time, l:17'4 Thirl lla"e Si venrurlouK Lulu M..IU0lEverrlt), 7tn9, won, lastrrile-c, 1UB ill Will ami), 10 to i, I second. Est No Heclna. 100 (Br.tton), 8 to 1, third. Tim-. I 304 Fourth Ita-e One ml'e anl a pIvt enth. Parson, 101 (liriliam), a to I, non.sil's Itn-i, 1UV(VI IUin.1, 7 to B, secrnd; Old Centte, 107 (Hup. e), B to 1, third. Tlmo. liliilj Firth Race Six furlong -Kb Itan. 107 (H'll), R to B, won: Blanton. 11 1 ( Jnnei.). 4 to l.seconltDr. Coleman. 114 tFowlen. eu to 1. third. Time. 1:104. TltOTTISO ASI) PACIXa. Opening Day of the fjlrnnd Circuit Meeting at Ilartrord. llARTronn, Aug. 30. The ODonlng day of tho Old Glory Grand Circuit races at Charter Oak Park was attended by fino weather and a crowd of about 3,000. many women In bright c outlines being on the grand stand. The track wns in prime condition and presented an up-to-date appcirunce. This being tbe first Grand Circuit meeting that has been held here for several )cnrs, many well-known turfmon were attracted tn tho track to see the stars of tho Kast and West. Joe Patcben la in tine form for Thurs day's 3,000 contest, and McClary may not havo such nn easy time of it with the new cham pion from Itenriiille. The opening event of the day was tho 2:09 pace, which Bumps took in tbrco straight heats. In tbo Initial heat Planet drow tho polo and broke nt the first quarter. Dumps tnklng the lead, and was not headed. Planet finished a cloto socond. The quarter wns reached lu 30 eecotulb. In tho second hent Humps went to the quarter in 31 t-cconds, nn intuiuing the lead tbo entiru mile. Planet mado n bnd bieiikontho homestretch and bad to be content with fifth El ace. Bumps won the third and last heat undlly. The Monk drew tho pole In the first heat of the second event, the i!:U4 trot, but nt the Hrst turn ho broke, and tiie best lleoi a could do wns third place, Paddy D. taking tho heat wilh ease. It looked ns If the next heal would bo Ilka tho first, as Tho Monk made another bad break and went to last place, but at Ilia three-quarters Grers hy good Judgment got The Monk woll In hand and landed the beat, with Paddy D. a dangerous second. Tho Monk took the next two heats with comparative easo nnd won, Murltin Mills pneed a lullo without 1 Icier or dliver IntlilB1?. Jrhere wero only threo starters In Iho 2:50 claas for twn-ienr-old trotters, nnd It looked ns if Amby would diainmo the field In the first hent. but Prince Olio managed tnget jut inside tho flag, and Princess Flavin, by bad break s on tho bickstretch, wns unable to regain tho ground she htul lost, and was distanced. Prince I to took tho set oud boat, with Ambvii good sue ?nd, A in by touk the third hent by pnssli g 'rlnco Ulto Just before the two reached tbe wire, Bummnrles: U 09 class, pacing! purse (3,0001 Humps, h g.by Harun Wilkes Queen Ethel, by Strathmore (Wilson) 1 1 1 Planet, h. h, (Dmarest) ( B ( Fran llogash, br. h. (Payne) B ( B hiihlntdetta, b m. (Bpeant) n a 8 Hall Cloud, b. b. (Bush) 4 4 4 lierkshlre Courier, b. g. (Miller) 8 e B llrlght Light, b. m. (Rovc-i ) 0 8 7 Alhanibra, blk. h. (McKlnney) 7 Tdls Time '.'lUiCj, u:u8, '.':00, S:34 class, trotting! purse (r.OOOi The Monk, br, g, by Chimes Uold Finch, by Mambrlno King tOeen) 8 111 Taddy D.. b. g. (U uchton) 1 s t B Suartemtatr. b. h. (Tearance) 3 BBS akley, b. g. (French) 4 444 Time 31184, (.IB, CilOCj, E:IHa. (iBOelaaa, trottlugi two-year-oldii purse (D.OOOi Amby, b.c. by Amttaaiidor Hlgalo, by Strath- moi(Dumond) 1 3 1 Trluce Oitu, h. o. (Wilson). a 1 a Prlnoeaa Vlavla, b. f. (Thomas) UU. TID10 8iV6, 3:384, S.t&U. ww frim the Uoraa World. Richard Croker haa returned Tteyel Santa Anita, which has been racing In Fatgland lu Mr. Crokr't col. on under the una- of Santa Anita, to Lucky Raid, win. The horse arrived lu tlilt couuiry ilx werki ago, and waaai-nt totbeDrootdal Farm for a r it. lie was transferred lo Baldwin' liable at tbe Brighton Beaob track yestrrday, lie It In good shape except for a slight lameness, and will be trained tor the winter campaign ou the Pacific slope. Baldwin will start him lu the Burnt Handicap next spring, Mr Croker'a reason for tending Rey el hanta Anita back 10 hit owner wait bat the English bandlcaporrt put so much weight on him that be became an ex peuse Instead of a auurce of revenue, M AsfrtFr I plugScut ( ) LPRIGHTs MtgLDfii PUBW J. D. PXCB TOUACCO CO., 1UCUU0ND, Vi, 1 NEWS OF TIIE WHEELMEN. (WssaBtsBasataaattasMsisaissaaaaaa facts nroAnntso tub xBAavEa AEhlAXOB trXTli THE A. A. V. A Tenm rnrault Hare lor Amateur to na Intro dueed tn Thl ireilen Managera or Pro rrtslennl man to Arrange ft Mem Byttera or Trial Heat To-Dar Itoutea and Koteav. Objection Is mado by wheelmen In various sec tions tu the new articles of alllanco now In force botwoen the U A. V. and the A. A. U. Excep tion Is taken by members of the L. A. W, to tho fact that the new nlllance grants cyclers, mem bers of A. A, U. clubs, the privilege of racing outside the 100-mlle limit without a permit from the U A. W, Orantlng this concession to A, A, U. riders alone Is regarded as an unjust discrimination, antl Loague riders feel that tho new agreement la calculated t& Work to the ad vantage of the Union and to the disadvantage of tho L. A. TV. The L. A. TV. ofllclals, In cluding Chairman Mott of the Baring Hoard antl Howard FJ. tlnymond, who represented the League In drawing up tho new agreement, ex press confldenco that Iho new alliance Is nn equltnbloafnilntltin und will work satisfactorily, Pecrotary Sullivan of tho A, A, Ui slnlcd to Tub SCN reporter yostordny that ho has studied the new nlllance very closely and falls to sco how tho U A. W. In any way accords any Bpcclal privileges to A. A. U. rldors. Ho argues that the union Is entitled to every considera tion from tho L. A. W, that Is accorded to the Intcrcolleglato Association, nnd bo feels that tho now agreement Is a Just one. t C. Hughes of this city, who aided President Mc Millan of the A. A. V. In drafting tho hew nlllance. was Interviewed by Tun Sun re porter yesterday In relation (o tho sentiment thut tho alllanco was entirely oiic-aldetl, Ho classified tho objections mado to tho new agree ment ns worthless, and assumed that they did not Mime from the ofllclals of tho League Ho pointed out that tho fact of two organizations controlling cllrferent branches of sport, with tho ono object of controlling each branch properly, marks the suggestion of ono association nlmliig to sccuro any ndvnntago over the other os ridiculous. Speaking of tho alleged advan tage that A. A. U. riders will hare In rntlng outside or tho 100-mllo limit, ho suld thit as few athletic clubs maintain bicycle teams at tho present time, he does not see how such a concession, if It Is so accepted. Is going to work to tho disadvantage of h. A. W, members. The alllanco was dratted with tho Idea that tho Union and thoLciguc will bo brought closer to pettier In tho future nnd tho members of both nssocIntlotiH protected for their mu tual Lciicllt, Ho pointed to tho case uf thu nlhlctiu games nt St. Louis, nhcro bicycle mccs were iirrnngcd In conjunction wltli the field sports, hut under tho eanctlonof thoLuaguoof independent Wheelmen, an out law bicyclo association, when tho A. A. U. promptly refused lo recogniro or sanction the gaincs. After n trial, ho Bald, the League, If It tlnda that the agreement contains any objection nblo features, can so declare llsclf nnd an Inter change of views will result satisfactorily. A fcaturoof tho races to beheld nt Manhattan Beach ou Saturday will he a pursuit race be tween teams representing this city and Buffalo. The race will be lor ten miles, unlets one team overtakes the other lcftiru tho entire distance has been travelled. The Buffalo team will con sist of A. B. Geohlcr, K. D. Stevens, and C. J. Miller. This city will bo represented by CM. F.rtr, I. A. Powell, nnd Hay Dawson, tho fastest trio of amateurs In this sen Ion. 1 lie introduc tion of the pursuit rnco will bo novel in this sec tion, and Iheseloctlonof two of the fastest mii'i teur teams in the East will serve to iutrnslfy public interest, A meeting will beheld In this city to-morrow between tho race uiaiiugeraor 11 C. Bald, Tom Cooper, Karl Klscr, A. Gardiner. O. blcvens, Walter Sanger, K. 1ougheud. and A. C. .Merlons to perlcct arrangements fur Iho one-mile race in which tin scj men will meet nt Manhattan Beach on Sept. 18. In orucr 10 tlo awny wilh any pos sibility of team stork, the men will ride their heats In pairs, so that only four will compete In the Dual event. Kisc-r's victory in Ihu recent match race al Buflalo has aroused intense rival ry nmoug the leaders, nnd in this contest tho fastest man will be the victor, London, Aug. 30. At the Catford track to dny Walters, the bicyclist, rodo 100 miles In 3 hours 20 minutes S3 3-D seconds, heating tho record, ROCTKS. C. B. J. 1. To ride front liilst street and Third avenue to Wasldngtou Bridge, go through 161st stieel to bedgwlck aveuue aud follow to the Wash lugton Brluge. U. In riding from tho same point to Yunkrs. ti lo Jeroni avpntit and fullnw tn Pjtrk- litll avt-nue, to Yookere. J.U S.-1ti riding from ttllllamstown. Mass, to Poughkeepsle, go to South Wllilamstowu, to Lanes boru. and past Lake Puntcosuc to the main road, to Plllslleld, loL-nox; ride past Bloc, bridge PjoI and over K.eids Hill lo BUHkbrldgri ci ntlauo lo Houtb Kgrcmoitt, to Main street, to ballihury, to Lnkevillr, ami psuct the soldiers' monuiut ut to hiiaron. Conu ; I fol.ow th. turnpike to A men. a, Utbg w, Mahbeltst U.o and MIUi rook: go to Washington Hcdlow and PI as aut Va.ley, to the turuplke, tu Poughkeepsle. Tho roads are good. NOTES. The Asroclttcd Cycling Clubs of New Joney will hold a century run to Asbury Park on next Sunday. A (1,500 purse nib te uBrrcd la the twrnty-iulle match race beiweeu Michael and I esna to take p'aee at Si rlnutteld on bept IB. Jubu S. Jouniun, the Worcester amiteur, and E. M. Dlake, tlio Keeue. N. H, By r, wl.l meetlnaone nule mauh at Woretsier to-uay. The loaned, cut division of the I. A W. will hold Its auuual meeting at Bridgeport ou Sept. 13, Tho quartet l met ting ui the Musaehusettsdlvlslon ofuel.. A. U will be neidunbept. e. (red Huyt, the Counectlcut rider, Is attaining a lesdlug pmltion among the speed merchants ou the circuit this yeur A six day professional race will be held at Madison Bciuure Oardtn tn tbe fall. M.ehael and Le.nanlll meet In a match race at Bos ton on bept. 25. A Urge number of race meets will be held through out Counectlcut In September, cm s pt 4 tnurua mrtits n ill b Ik Id at ll. rllu and Man.'bt tier, bept. u, tbe l Ig touruaineiit of the t onuecthut Athletl Asso ciation takes i lice at Ilartrord The other llxt,.ros are sept. p. waterbury Uht-t I Cluli; Bept. 1 1. Merl den Win-el Llul.i sept If, Cuuurcllcut Wheel club, Newllatcn, tiepl -'. cju.milpi.ic- Wheel Club, South Ingmu, et a.p. Notih End Wheel Club. Waterbury; Oct. (i. Iia-inur) SKrlcultuialhivIi'ty. Tbe Drea Inauglit It heelmen have elected the fob lonlngomeira 1'iesldent, W Ca' le; Vice PRwldent, J. v.. Melrdlerclcs.y, cielary. J Lawrence: Tressuier, C. K Bojco, Caidaln, F Hageuauer; Lieutenants, W, Leedemau and ii. allac e. Color Bearer, Stephen A. Bassfurdi Bugler, Cbailcs Rush. Jimmy Micnael will shortly attempt to reduce th one-mlla world's paced record of 1 minute (7 B 8 seo otiils, held by J. I'lJll Reus. The Cllnluu Whiel Cliitiwlll hold Its annual club road race on c ct 7 on the Elizabeth Plalnlleld courae. The buuset Wheelmen ut Brooklyn will hold a smoker on Oct. 1. The Congress will hold a meeting ror the election of new mem era to-night. Klser. Bald. Cno er, and Oardlnrr will compete In the races to b.j held at Manhattan Beach on next Bat unlay and Monday, Le Boj see. the fourteen-year-old Brooklyn boy, rodo hair a mile, paced br two singlet, In t7.tc a ,ec. ouds at Manhattan Beach vu bunday, Geaalp or the lllug The data of th bout between Larry DrCKor and Crau k Lrne Is set f or Sept 1 3 at RufTalo. Jimmy Kelly, who haa Ktank Connolly under hit wing, wants tu secure a match fur bis man against any good featherweight, Jue McAuLfTe, tie "Mission Hoy," and Jack Stent ler, who caa formerly bob Fltzslmmuus's sparring fa tner, are booked to box twenty rounds at Baa ranoicoo to-morrow night, Dick O'flrlrn mads quite a hit with the sports at the Olyuip'c Club of Birmingham, Kngb nd, on Aug, xO. Dick met a local man lu a limited round bout, aud surprised those preseut by hit clerernesiand hit ting powers. Tommy White, who Is matched to fight Dave Wal lace at the National Bportlng Club In Notnnber.lt doing a Utile training ror Hie bout already, Whit aatt he It In Bna health and will be in tip-top than when h faces Watiaoe. An admirer of Joe Cboynikt, living In Boston, thlnki that Cuoynikl la the greatest pugilist living. Thegimtl man lu question wants Joe to meet th winner of the McCoy-Ryan nuht, and add that h will baok Chuynikl for a tidy iuui. Larry Broker of Bayonn has at laat teeured a match wtlh a good mau. Binee Rocker practically whipped Jai k Downey all the HghtweUhts have been aoraewbal afraid to lac kle him. Decker and Erne art to meet at Buflalo tome time next month in a twenty round laiut, Charley Kelly, the local bantam, teema to be round ing Into his old lime rorui. Judging from Ida apiwar ance. Kelly I, as i ren h k with malar a, but hu now claims that he la enjoying good health. Kelly said to a Hut reporter that he would not do any righting, though, until October. Although they lwve met tn lea In the ring, Caspar Leon slid entertalus a belief that he eau defeat Jimmy Barry, and accordingly wants .to meet him lu Hie roped square. Leon tayt that he It kerplug In Ihe belt of trim, aud that be It rtady tu meet Barry at any time c-r i lace, Now that Joe Walcott hat convinced many of hit friends that ho It fast rounding Into Ids old time form, many sports would llkn tu ire Uulcult and Kid Latlgnocume together Mac ham Fitipair ek unit the lightweight champion, It la said that the kid hat not been taking the Utt f care of hlmielf. Ou the other baud Walcott smut to be very strong. When Joe Oo Idard arrlt et lu thliclty from Fngtand In a few weeks bis lot will not bo a merry oue for a will e If all the lighters who n aut tu meet lilm keep their worn. Piter Maher will lu all probability b ono of thu flrst tola kle Ooddaicl for a match God dard defeated Maher a few earn ago and this defeat still raukles lu Ihe breast uf Ihe Irishman, Billy Maddru, who will hae charge of nuddard't affairs during the latter's slay In this illy states that (lent dard will notice il Bob Fllislnunons, Billy tald he will luiupel tho ihimpion to fliriit Ooddard ur make htul acknowledge: that hu is afraid, lddt and Ends of Sports. A. J M M. Jerome Kebo of Scranton, Pa- Is pool chauiplou. tmmgmMmmmmmmmmVmmmVmmm t September nnd October are ? I the ideal months for cycling. S Good Bicycle Bargains j 1 ) At Both of Our Stores. 1 Derby Tandems $355 1 Guaranteed, fitted with Christy Stddlet. S I 5 Derby Bicycles, $17.50 Without tlrea and fitted with Christy Baddies. ! High Grade Bicycles, $25 S ) Women's models, 110, c ) Juvenile Bicycles, $20 S I S Bullabl" for girls and boy from 0 to 18 t years or ag. 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Jlrlnarlnynur old wheel anil we will makeyoa liberal allowance in trade. , 1697 RAMBLERS $65 1897 IDEALS S30 .0 $50 GORMULLY & JEFFERY MFG. CO. 08D-P16 CIUIITII AV , NEAtt SOTII ST. N. V. Lezlugton Cyclo Co., dotvutowu agents, 80 Vatey If'MST BRADi CYCLE8ril9.50. ITot department store trssb. Indies' aud Men's Jlodela. Boys'or Girls' Bicycles, 3 I 5.00. 3,000 Dlcyc'es, BU dlflerent mates to select from. 1897 MODEL $135.00 TANDEMS, $49.00. WILLIS'S PARK ROW BIGYCLECO..?" & High Grade Stormer Bicycles at MAi.r rniiT. os hvmi.i, cikt, HTAnit WHTKI. CO., Ill KAT 18U BT. TirtrS. BCVilr. No better are made. Full wal ranty. MIXKItAMZEI) KURDi:it CO. 1" OlIfT at. STATE leirEEMEX EVST. The IIIc Slllltarr Bbont act He Girt Opeaa ruvoratily. Pea Quit, Auc. 30. TbeN'ew Jersey State Rlfl) Aesociutlon bail tplendld weather for tbu open ing; of its seventh annual meeting: to-day. Tho conditions could not have been Letter. A cool, I wcatcrly n ind swept OTer the grounds.but It nil I notstrong enough tolnterfcre with the shooting. Tho day was dctotcd entirely to pool shooting: and competition In the Members' Kutcr, All Comers, Schuctren, Hayes, I'errlnc Memorial. E. 1. Meany, and Trenton Interstate matche. 1 Tho members of the Thirteenth Infantry. Cotrf pony D, made some cood scores on the HOO-yard rantre. Sergeant Murphy had -U points to hla credit. Prlvnto K. Jennings 41, Sergeant Trim mint 39. Musician Wllborn 48. and Sergeant M. PecK 45. Georgia, with her twenty-three men. i selected from the best marksmen in the State, it certain to make a good record. Last jear tho State sent sixteen men North, and thoy went home with tho bulk of tho prlies. This morning the full team went out for pracllco In order to select six men to represent the Slate in the Iteglmentnl Team inatt-h, which la on the programme for Vednesduy. Among those picked out wero Capt. Conn. W. G. Austin. Lieut. K. E. Wilson, W. O. Harrison, and C. 9. Richmond. The other momber hat not been announced. Capt. Conn was the winner of the Wimbledon Cup aittib at 1,000 yards Inlt jear. Illcnraond has tho reputation of being tbe best revolver ahot in the country. For tho past three ycirs he tin won the principal revolver contest on the ran&e. To-dny he made a Dne ehonlngon the revolver targets. J. C. Summers nrd Dr. Reginald S.iyrs of the Knit kerbockrr Revolver Club. Nets York, vt ill compete vtltu Richmond In the revolver matches. Rlchmund'a store Inst veuras4l, 4!t. SO, a total of 148 out of a pnseiblo ISO. Word was received this morning that tba crack Sevenlh Regiment of New York would send twoionipnny teams to the range this setr. The news was lulled with a gre'ut deal of pleasure. Tho Georgia boys are pnrtlcul rlv en tlinaiaatle, for they believe that 1' will be a friendly battlo between the North mil tho Pouth. The best sharpshooters In the Twelfth. Twenty-second. Twenty-third, nnd Seventh will be selee ted to take part lit the regime nlnl Inter state and Hilton Irotihy matches. The New York Iwys are expected to arrive to-morrow. Neither Massnehusetls nnr Pennsylvania will send a team to Sea Girl this year. The I'cnn srlvanlans were dissatisfied Inst year becaite their protest against n specltl ina'ce of rifle I usedbv the District of Colitmblt marksmen was not allowed. They aro holding their annual ' Btateehoot this week at Mount (Irrtnn, and they give this ns an excuse for not coming to Sea dirt. L , , Among the teams already selected aro tbe fol lowing: Thirteenth Infantry, Company D, H. S. A.-Sr-gcant Murphy, Privates r. Jennings. Sergeant Trim mini, Mutlclan Wllborn, Kergrant M. Prca second New Jersey 1.1 ul. Kalrhur't. privates llruoks, Hansom, and Ko'ai. Sergeants flilun and lludschmldt. Bertntli Waw Jersey Capt. fllehard P Heading. Lteutt. Charles Smut and (1. V. Pat ker. 'erjesnt Ja ccib M. Cotvard. I'r.vutea William Ifarliuan, drums W. MIIIMte. and Hume. Sixth New Jersey Capt. Mathers, I.lsnt ehlve'. Major t-herin. Corporal White, Privates I'erklus and Ilainaa. Fourth New Jersey-Opts. A. II OratT, Charles It. Bprlngttsad, aud Fliheri Major Henry Lohnian Lieut. Christy, and tiugier Molrann, ., Engineer Corpa, Washington I.teuts. Toiim... Ita terlr, and Orahami l-erv'aut W W Cuikwin niraey, and Appleby 1 Corporala Wrtberhlll aud tarlitou, I Capt. ifolL rrlritts Btwart, JttC Taylor, E W, Beott, and 8. 1 feott. beeon I Regiment. District of Columbia Units w. E. Colloday and Jseolis, sergeants clrooine and Pa- I v en port. Col. Cecil Clay, antl Private Dell. I The programme for Wednesday Includes th regimental, oompany and carbine matcbt s. "i Thursday will come the Interstate mate li. Tn Hilton tropbr nnd Inspector of Rlflo practice matche are down for r rldar. The Wimbledon Cup and President's matches will be decided on Saturday, Qulney Yacht Club May ChalUag ror tbe Asa wanliattsi Cap. QciHOT, Aug. 80. It la itated here on good authority that the Qulnoy Yacht Club will chal lenge forth Seawnnhaka International trophy with a boat which Mayor Adam of this eit I about to build. Mayor Adams, who Is a sou of the lalo John fjulncy Adams and a irro it- frandion of President John (Julncy Adnmt, t ono of the best amateur skippers In tho country, nnd tho many brilliant vlo torle which ho bns won with his eneedy llttlo boat. The Rooster, nloug the Masai, chuaelta coast this auinmer, has lirougilit hi niiino favorably before tho yiclulng public or the country. Mr. Adams sold his Imni on Hit urtlny to Melbourne McDowell, thn actor, nnd ho will have a new boat Im lit fur next season, !t Is said that eho will lie somewhat along Ihe Inctof thoMomo. though Mr. Adams has stun doss of his own that bo t ouldlikoto see em bodied In his now craft, TAN, FRECKLES, AND SUNBURN detract from fine features. The dallr use of Wood bull's Facial Boap, Facial Cream, aud Fa lot Powder will reuder tba completion elrar, soft, and ieuiilllul Aaatupleof each of Woodbury's Metal b P Fa lal Cream, Facial I'owder and iJeittal Cream, surneleal for turee vrects' use, inadetl on receipt of xuc Tn reiilrUnto:dverywiieie, ae, JOilS II. W00 DUUY, Utruiatologlit, 1-7 Ws.l ltd it , N. V,