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I ON TIIK BASEBALL FIELD. M KBIT TOIIKH W'J.V AXlt LOSE IX GAMES AT C'lXVIXSATI. m . ' HrooKljn" Acnln Wenten by the Rt. I.onU Tni.Kii(lrn - flilfHco nml llnltlmore I TlrcnU I'.vcn I.oulatllle llente ltotton, B , aml Washington Disposes of Cleveland. B The NewYorks broke oven In their double- header at Clnclnnntl yesterdny nnl thou loft a for St. Iwls. Th ChlcaROs nlso won and I loot willi tlio Ilnltlmores and aro therefore I rtlll ahead of tlio Hnrlomltes. Tlio Hostons were ncnln outplayed by tlio Loulsvllles. bo thnt tlio Hrds linvo a lond of :I3 points this m morning. The Cluvolnnds dropped bnck Rome, W b. virtue of ft defeat nt tho hands of tlio Wash 1 Inston. whllo therittsuuriTS.byoutplaylni: tlio f rhlls'lolrhlas. Rained somo more on tho New ! York. Tho Hrooklyns tumbled down ncnln ; t before tho tnll-endors nnd ore now only 10 i point" nhcad of tho Loulsvllles. Tho results: i ',' wew lor, P; Cincinnati. 6 (first came). '.) Clwlnnatl, P: New York. 1 (second tame). :y st. lAViila.n; nrnoklrn, 1. i Chicago,.; Baltimore, o (ttrt name). 'I Baltimore, (li Chiraeo, 1 (second came). ' Louisville. 4; Do.ton, 2. i Pittsburg, ill Philadelphia. O. ! Waehlncton, I; Cleveland, t. Tnr nKconD. - . JVn rtr trtuti Wes. Lt"t- Ctnl. Clubt. Wen. fait. Cent. OnclnntU. .03 82 '.WIS Pltteb1inr....48 44 .622 SoitOQ ...... W 4 .rt:io'phil.Iflphll.42 47 .472 , , &.land....M as .20,llrooklin....n4 nr, .MH2 ' tlroore....r.2 86 .Mil Louisville., .nr. BU .872 Chl?lBO....M 42 .603 Washlmrton .32 rH .860 lUwVort... 60 41 .Mlllst. Loula.. . .28 68 .21)2 ' WSW TOnE. Oi CINCINNATI. G ITUST OAME. f Cincinnati. Aug. 5. "Ladles' Day" and mother double header drew n cood crowd to- day In the first camo llroltenntcln wna Inef fective, nml Cnrrick was tollinc.thouBh wild. flloth Mcllrlilo nnd Hcckley wore ket;t from ElarluK by injuries received yesterday that will fast some days. In tlio second came nnd first lnnlnc Joyce. Orndy. anil Ilnrtnian renewed yesterday's tiictle-v of surroinuliiie the umpire and talking to him In a chorus. This was when Iltowu called Corcornii safe ut tlio plate, und llartmnn's part in the trio wns cut short by his Miiu put out of the frame. Doyle theu covered third. Orndy left Held, Warner rauBht, and inlet prevailed. Joyce seems to hnvo more or loss of a real find In young Cnrrick. tho Atlantic Lencuer, ror.nltliouKli.hu hnndlcnpped himself with nine plfts. lip allowed but seven lilts The New iorks made two oft llrelten stcln In the first Inning on a double by Van Hnltren.triplo by Joyce, nnd Oleuson's sIiikIo. In tho third fourwere added to theso by Joyce's . double. Davis's safe on a "Udder's eholce," i Olen'on's single. Doyle's sacrillcv. Ilartmnn s double, and l'citz's poor throw. Two more were made In the fifth at llreltcnstoln's ox i pence on Van's single. Tlernau's double, nnd 1 Davis's MiikIo. Tho Hods scored four in tho sixth through two bases on twills nnd two singles, aided by Doyle's orror. Two singles. I apnsted lall and an out let tho visitors seoro I one In the seventh, A bono on balls, a slnglo ; I and an out yielded ono for tho locals in tlio. Hill was In his best form In tho second game, and allowed but three hit In seven innings, when tho game wns called that tho visitors mlctit cntch n train. Theso hits wero made In the sixth nnd netted Joyce's men thtlr only run. Seymour started otf by giving thrco bnses on balls nml a three-bagger, nnd he was retired in favor of Oettlg. who wns liattod hard. Tho f1- Jleds mado runs in every inning on ono or more hits and now and then an error. The score: ClKCrXKtTI. I 'SW TORE, n. In. p.o. a. r. b. 1b. p.o. a. r. HcPhce. 2b. 0 o 4 4 1 V.Hltren.cf.2 2 6 o o tiulth. If .0 1 .1 u u Tiernan. rt. 1 1 'J o o Corcoran, .o o 2 2 O.Jnyro.lb 2 ai2 1 o Vmiihu. lb.o 1 o o.D.ula, .... 1 1 a 4 l Irwin, 3b 110 8 lKUemun, 2b. 1 2 1 r n Mlllfr. rf . .2120 ol.oyle. If I 2 1 O 2 Mclr.feMt.cf 1 1 .'I (i 0 Ilartniau.ab.l a 2 3 o uA TtiU e.. ooio 1 Grady, c. ..no 1 o ol Jirfit'nt'n, l1-0 ooio Carrtck, p. .0 o o 1 o V'ooJd, c. .11410 Totala 0 14 27 14 3 Totl... 5 H27 11 31 ' - CinciiinMl ii o 0 o o 4 o 1 o-.-i VewYork 2 o 4 2 o 0 1 o o u Twn-ltae liita Van llaltrcn, Joyce, Ilartmau, Tlfrnan. Thp'o-lai' lilt Joyce. Htolen ItaaeB Ilartmau i2, Poyle. Sarrinre hit Doyle, lloutilo playa Davla andJovre; Davia, Ulravin, anilJoyie; , CarVitk, Davi, and Joyce. Struck out By Hrciteu- aieln. 4. Flm t bane on balla Off Cml.-k. n. Jrton baaeft'Cir.clnnatf, 7: Nw Y'ork, 4. Firat bap ou errori Vini'lnnatl. 1; New York, 1. laa?id balla II Wcwid, 2. Tliiit 1 hour and 55 niinutca. Cmplrea A I Oarlney and browu. IJ I CINCINNATI. !): NEW TonK, 1 SECOND OAME. K I SIW TOItE. CI2CCINNATI. HI R. IB. P.O.. r. B. 1B.P.O.A.X. 1 1 T.mitren.cfO o 3 0 oMcI'hee, 2b.l 0 o 8 u I Tlernan.rf 0 12 0 0 Smltb, If. ...2 2 2 o o J ). Joyie, lb. .0 ii 0 1 o'Conoren, aa.l 1 o 8 o mr:" Hai,aa.. . .0 o 0 2 aVauEhn. lb.O 0 10 o o Mr GlMaon. 2b. O o O 4 O Irwin, ab 2 2 2 O O Doyle, ati. lf.n 021 llMiller. rf.. -till) 11 llartmau.3b.0 o o o 0'stelnfeldt,c(2 2200 k Warner, C...0 o 4 2 n'Peltr. c. .. o 1 4 o 11 N Grad7.1'.o..l 14 2 1)11111,1) o 0000 Beymmir.p. 00 010 : Gettlit.p. ...0 10 0 1 Totala u H21 U o Totala. ...1 321 J3 2 Cincinnati 2 1112 1 1-9 KewYork 0 0 o o 0 1 0-1 Twota hlta-Peltz. Grady. Tiernan, tntln. j Three-baao hit Corcoran, stolen bae Irwin, , Btelnfeldl. Sacrifice hit Stolnfeldt. Double play ( Grady and Joyce. Htnicfc out-lly lilll. 3; by Ser- ' mour. 3: tiyoettig. 1. First bane on balla-OfT mil. 41 nu seyinour, a; on itemg, u. iiiii piu'nea Gettlc 2. I-ft on banes Cincinnati, 4; New York, a. I'lrat lwac on ermra Cinclnuitl. J. Umplrea ' Gaflney and Drown. Time 2 bourn. ' .. ST. I.OUIB. 5: BROOKLYN. 1. St. Louis. Aug. 0. The Drooklyns wero easy for the Drowns to-day. Thoy cot only two hits and one base on balls off KuilholT. and their pne mn was the result of Dowd's error. Dunn 1l- jet Hurst's erowil have nine hits and thrco r basei on balls. Tho score: T. LOUIS. I BltOOII.TK. n.lB.r.o. .i.l a. 1 a. r.o. a. x. Powd.rf ...11001 Griffin, cf. .1 u 2 o o hienrel, cf.. o o o o u Jonea, rf o o 1 o o , t llarley. If., l l ii o o Bhfckard.lf.O 1 a o 1 Croat, 3b. . .1112 n IIallman.2b.li 1 2 r. o Clruitlltf, c.U 1 2 II O I-Mi-lionce.lbO 012 1 O SuUlian.ss .113 7 1 MaKomi.sa II 0 : u n Tucttr, lb I) 1 is II o'Hliltidle, 31i.ll 0 0 2 1 Quiun. 2b .ii l 2 a lUljan, c . .o o o o n Builiioff, p. 12 10 ouun, p o II 1 1 o a ..T?U1." ' 27 IB "al Totals A 1 -Jl IB "2 ft. Iiilla o O 0 1 1 1 2 II 5 . Brooklyn o 11 0 1 o i) 1) 11 01 Twobaso liit-biilllvan. Wild pitch Dunn. Double rlay-CriiM mid Tinker, hncrlllce blt-Hleuzel. t.'?1''." te-Hallmaii. Three-base Iilt-SudliotT. -I Hit by plutier-llallnian. Firet Use nn balla-On .1 BudbofT. liiitriiimii, a. Struck nut-Ily Siidlioff, I. : n rmplrra-Emslie and Hunt. Time 1 hour and 30 minutes. r CIIICAOO, 6; mi.TIMORF, 0 )1MT IU1IE, CniCAr.o, Auir. S.-Tho Orioles and On'hana broke even to-day. Woods hail Hie visitors at his mercy in tlio dial Kame and hut his opiioniuts out. The uppnrt accorded him ,th. of the v( ry liest. nesur- ; reeled Al Maul was in g hhI form in tlieecoud end won i aaliepleajjil. Tlieluum team barely ivcaped nshlll- 3 , ou- ' "II w very wild. The feature of tlio day I waa a triple play 111 the r.mt game by Dablen, Con- ' "r and Kverilt. Attendance. 11,000. The scores: ,' CniCAUO. I IIALTIUOIIK. ,. n. In.r.o.A. r.. n. 1 n. r.o. a.c. Prn.lf .. 1 (i I 1 n'MrORiw, 3b o 2 0 -; fcverltt, lb .1 2 14 11 ti Eerier, if.... O 1 1 o 0 Lanse, cf o 11 2 11 OJiniiinrfs.es.il 2 2 U 2 e !)''! "v" 1 'I 7 llK.-11-v.if .1) O 1 2 11 IlCnrrk.ab.l 2 1 3 11 JlclSanii. lb.11 I in 11 i) Merles, rf . 1 1 1 11 11 Holnua.lf. .0 2 11 11 11 Connor, lib 1 1 j ,-, 11 n.,u ai,. . 0 (, r. 11 1 "han'e.c 11 1 ni'lurkc, e . .11 n :i 11 11 ....- nliue, c. 11 11 n n o'liuiFi.... u. 11 11 3 ii woods, Ji.. II 2 II 3 III - t. 1 "; . Totals .. O 1124 IS 2 -Tot.. ..',11127 21 1)1 iialtlmore . . .. .0 o n o n n 11 o 0-0 !tnci-'" 1 I 11 11 1 2 11 0 . .- I'lrat baso on error-Chleai-o. Jt on bases Baltimore, 4; I hlcau'i., 11. Firit has.- 011 balls-Olf l.Jl"- V :"r,w"d, a. Strne. out-lly llulie.2. raeriCi'ii Int-ciiaiii-e. stulmi imisi p. it) an. MiCini- loick, Mirlen. Coninir. Triple plai-Ililiten, Connor ami l.verut. Hit h, n.'c r ,; .lux'iis, 1; by Vo.kI,, 1. '4..M lull -lurk-. Viiii.irrs Hwart wood ami Wnrnur. 'flu,e- hour and 40 iiiliiutra, li.il.TiMoiir, il; run u.o, 1 4iriM iiami.. iiihauii. liU.TIilor.r. r.. .. ii.lii.r.o. A, k. r.Iii, i-.n. a. r. Jiran.lf. 11 ;i 4 ,, 11 McGraw.ab 1 11 ;i 2 11 .verm, lb 11 1112 I 1 KtihT.-.r.. I :i a n o i'nge.rt II II 1 11 11 Jiiii,!ga,s 2 I II 4 II ."'.''"'i'".,. ' - " - ' Krlliv.if ..12 11 II Uiiortk.abu 11 a .1 11 Miiiunii. Ib.l 21:1 11 I Mertc., ri 0 1 1 11 ilinrH,ir ,11 1 4 11 11 , Connor. 2b ii. 1 11 1 iiu,l, 2I1.. ..11 11 2 r 11 'nalnie.e. 11 4 11 o ltoiii.un,r,.l I 1 I) II . latxll, p. . u o 11 :i om.iiI, p. ..11 11 11 I 11 A Total... , H27n"sl Totals.....ui0 27i3 7 I ri!1i,.'.n",rf' '-' " " 3 0 10 o-n '41 .iuiai.o u , n ,, ,, (, j, mM luni!.! i". ."""'"i-Unllininri!. I. .ft on laes- aBai- M.,1,i''..r'' ',l-i'';-ig". 7. Fir.1 ba.o on balla-OfT BatBaL." ilfill V V I"1'"'"'.7' "'nick niit-llv Maul, Ii by BaHir- i'Wl4. T"-b-i-eliin.-KMlir(2) J'a'ibu. Hairl- ImmwrJ t'm.lll '''u s'"i'ii"iKviTut. wiiii niti'ii-ishrii. JmmWf' and Ir.'nuuui!; "' Wo""'1' T.nie-1 hour gWMSr loflavlMK. 4; IKMTON, 2. Bi tnrtiV'.Vi14- V"K "-I-oiilavllle made it three vie- W lu!.,?1;'!"" ".'"., '' n t-'01"'"' I'laii'd aitalnst 1 v ih,"J,,.,'lk.',l.;k' ""' '""t '"' by huucliliw lilla off ' v.,f. !.' .',''' ''""" '' I'ltchirs' buttle, but i i, .Ki, ''J T"" '.'!'' '" "' ' n.'.tlv.. Tho rimiH hail nolh- 1 i.fiV.i l'w"' ","' I'-idt.all of the eli runa Iwlng J i'"i ... ,i,,,.,'i",,Vf' drm. flliiinuaii'sahoititop -.1 ?i!iTf. I., ''"'' ,,'.!." ''' 11,I"r. htaltord ami Clarke wero me futiine. Iliriu.rr: If ihi.ii.. I uiuikvm.r. '? it. lu.i'.o.i. K.1 n.lu.r.n. A.r. .Ji te:f. " " ' " 0 Clarke. ir.... "I I 11 :V 11 0 Ii u,'J"r-" " " r- ' "Hoy. if I a :i 11 11 II 1 niV'',i '! " 4 " "levtii. if. 0 1 11 o it tV.i'l'.'.i'"' " " ' ' 'Wii4iir.ili..n 11 2 a 11 II vi.'- '.' '-' S 'l'l. lb .1 I ll II O Fl B.no,r.'i' re A :,' I' Itll. I... 2b .1 17 2 0 l-Mr.. l.rf' ' " 'llliglilli,, II 1 7 2 lltt,,1;.' ' " " "KllllWiw.r. II J 2 II II 1 Total... 24 li oj T0UU "4 7S7la 3 m 'Batted for Picktit In the ninth Inning, Riii- o o n 1 o o o o i-a louUrllU noooaooi .. Jlnt Ua on error Boston. Left on buta k S- '' MitMiTiaiaiaaaiifMiirrrrraawi--iniiiiiBr rl'-'riiifi Ttoston, BilionliTille, 4. Twn-lso nit Yeager, Heater. Tliree-uaae hit Denren. JJouble ptaya ciliurraan, Illtrhey and Darla; Lows and Tenner. Rtrock out-lly Hickman, 3. J'lmt Use en halla 03 Hickman. 2t off Xtairee, il. Time 1 hour anil 37 minutes. Attendance 1. too. Umpires O'Day and McDonald, rtrranmo, 3t rmt.hrxrnn, o. . Pimuuinn, Auv.r.. Piatt, l'lillalrlphla'a wonder, who stmt 1 111 P.ttsbun: last week and Cleveland tbla week, pltel'O.i for the whltewsancd team toiUr. l'.ttsbuiR applied fie whlilnir artistically. Tbo Vuikersi a I many upportrnltlm to s-"rr, but were stopped by lh" fielding or 11 nrrman, Kl. and Ursy, who hel'inl C'.ark Indiin.lr pliyawbiili krptthe i-lowil in an nirosr. 'I be fielding of ilu Quakers was aieo tiptop, lint two ilont 1-s ami a ansltiitbo third and two iionll's hi the rlahth let ihe Pirates eeore tliree rune. Uinovnn raailn tour lne hits to the ontneld. 11,11 Olsrk played his first immefor HttsbiirK and flildul well, but Oil not hit, Tho scori 1 riTTsntiui. ; riunmiriiu. n. I r.r.o. a. k. b. I n.i-.ii. a. j:. Donovan, rf.l 4 1 11 II Cooler, if ..11 3 2 11 11 llri:rcr .rr.il o 4 11 11 Doiiulars.lb.l) o 11 o 11 O'llrlen. lf...t 2 :i 11 o Delelianty.lf 11 2 11 u 1) llray, 3li... o l I 4 11 Ijijole, 2b. .1) I) 2 ." 11 ClAlk, 11 II 1)12 ) I) rllek. rf 0 2 2 II II llowernian.cil 1 I I lilMcFarland.eii 11 11 11 11 Padden, 2b 0 I 3 I 11 Lauder, 3b .11 11 o 11 11 I'.ly.sa 1 1 2 4 rCross.s. . .11 I) 3 4 1 lllilnes.p. ...II o 0 3 OPiatt.p... . I) t) 1 1 11 Total !l 1)27 in l! Totala ....11 7 2410 1 Pittsburg 11 0 2 0 I) O O 1 . 1 Philadelphia u o 11 11 11 11 o o 0-0 Stolen bases Donovan (21, Delchanty. Two-baeo bite Delehanty, Douovan, O'llrlen 121, llowcrman. Double plays, (Irav and Clark: Cries. Ijijole and Houglassi -Kly and Clark: llowerman ami Clarkt Htnirk out-lly Piatt, 4. lasenon ball'-Url Ithlncs, 3: on" Piatt. 2. Umpires Mulder nnd Connelly. At tendance l.rioo. WASHIXaTtlK, 2; CLKVFLAXn, 1. PniLADELrniA. Aug. r.. Cleveland and Washington played an exciting game on the Philadelphia's (.-rounds this afternoon, The attendance waa but little over 700. It waa n pitchers' batllo between Wilson and Dineeu. The score 1 CLXVaXAND. WAinrXOTON. n.ln.r.o. a. k. mln.r.o. a.i. Child.. 2b... O 0 4 II USelbach.lf.il 1 2 1 O McKean, ss,.ll o 1 B 0 Gettman, rf .0 12 0 0 Wallace, 3b..l) 2 3 4 0 Anderaon.ef.o u 1 o o Tebeau, lb.O 010 1 o MMJnlre, c. .11 0420 McAleer.cf. o 020 O Farrcll, lb.O 1 rt 1 0 Ulake.rf 0 o O o 01 Helta. 2b 1 1 II 1 o O'Connor, lf.o 010 u Hniltb, 3b. ..0 11 3 1 o Crlger, c .. .11 11 a n o'Wrlaley. e .1 2 2 1 o ToUls.... 1 424 15 l) ToUls. ...2 Ti 27 " "o VVa.hlneton 11 0 1 o 1 o o o ..2 Cleveland o 1) o 11 11 O O 1 o 1 Two-base bits Reitz. Wilson. First base ou ball. Off Wilson, 2: off inuoen, r. T,ett on lias-s Wash ington. 4; Cleveland, il. Double play Sclbaeh anil Farrell. Htntck nut Ur Wilson, 3: by Din"'!), 4. Passed ball-Cllge. Hit by pitched liall-Uy Dlneen, 1. Tune One hour and 55 minutes. Umpires Lynch and Andrewa. Knstern League. AT IIUTTAIX). II. It. I. Duffalo 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 02 7 rt HprlUgflcld o 0 2 1 1 u 2 II 2 -X I) 1 Dattcrles Brown and Deggiua; Kowron and Nich ols, AT UONTBKAt. B. II. X. Montreal 1 0 0 2 0 10 0 15 12 B Wllkcabarre 4 O o o o 1 10 O 11 H 3 Batteries Soulier, and Smtnk: Dunkle and Smith. AT OTTAWA. B. n. r.. Ottawa o 10 110 15 413 12 2 PniTldeuce O u 0 1 1 11 o 1 1 4 7 7 Batteries Grannou and Boyd; Kgau and Coogau. AT TOBOJfltl. n. n. 1. Toronto 1 o a o 2 l o o 07 la 3 Syracuse 2 O o 0 o I 1 u o 4 2 Ilattcrlia Snthufland Caaey; Mallarkey and llnr-rill. Atlnntlo I.eneuo AT LAXCASTEB. . n. T. r..ncater 0 8 o o 1 3 o 1 114 lit o X.-wark o o o o o o i 7 18 a 1 latteries Clausen ami Both; Jordan and ltothfun. AT BEADINO. R. U. X. Reading 0 01 10 10 0 0 14 u 2 Alleutowi 1 II II (I II O 2 O O 03 10 7 Batteries Fertach and lleydou; Keener and Mc Manua. at iitnironp. b. n. x. Hartford 1 0 0 8 0 10 0 ..6 2 Pateraon o o o o o 1 o O o 1 7 o Batteries Kotall and Roach; Jones, McQinnla and Be nils. AT RICHMOND. B. U. X. Richmond 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 o 2 4 o Norfolk u ll O il i) o o 0 00 2 Batteriea Sparks and Heas; Pfanmlller and Uteel man. New York Stnto League. At Canandaigua Canandalgua. 8: Utlca, 2. At Oswego Oswego. 1; Auburu. 3. At liomo iflnt game) Home, 3; Lyons. 4. (Sec ond game Rome, 4; Lyons, 3. Other Gomes. AT ST. JOHMVIU.K. R. n. X. Cuban X Giants. .0 0 110 0 0 0 24 11 1 St. Johnavllle....!) u o o O O o o o o 0 2 Batteries Howard and Jordan I Crow and Southern. AT WATKRBURT. b. n. x. Waterbnry 0 0 0 2 3 0 3 3 011 12 1 New London.... O OO10OO0O 1 24 Batteriea Manley and Manning; Lynch and Lamar. AT COOPr.BSTOWM. R. II. X. Cooperttown o ooioooo o i 4 2 Oillams o O o o 1 O 2 O . 3 7 u Batteries Hansen and Sullivan: White and Rob erts. at mcurir.i.u ipbixus. n. n. r. Hichfleld Bprl'ga.O 8 O 1 O 2 O O ..- 11 .1 Uocheaof AlbanyO o (1 o 0 o 1 o 0-1 5 :i Batteries Sumrariegill and Leslage; riiuith and Buas. Bnteball Notes. J. F.MIlla-BincelSPl. A. L. There is no record. Foster will pitch for the West New York Field Club to-morrow at Weehawken against the Ironsides of Newark. The Belmont Baaeball team wants to arrange games for Katurday afternoons and Sundays with teams averaging 111 to 18 years. Address J. Jewell, an 4 bat Ninetieth atrret. The Wlnficld Baseball Club would like to arrange games nn its grounds with flratlass teams for Aug. 21, LborDay, and all Bandars In September. Ad dross J. W. Perry, manager, P. 0. box 148, Winneld. L. I. The Bergen Field Club has Aug. 27. 28, and Sept. 3 ard 4 open and would like Ut arrange games with all first-class teams offering aultable inducements. Addreaa Anthony Will., ilTn Bedford avenue, Brooklyn. The ManbatUnvllle A, C. has Aug. 20 and 27 open and would like to play any first-class team within loo miles of New York, Stamford. N. J. A. C. Ilrewstcr. or Boonton preferred. Address O. J. Palmer, Secretary', BUO Columbus avenue. The Brooklyn Heights A. A. would like to fill Aug. 14. 20, 21, Sept. 8, 4 and 5 (two games), with out-of-town teams giving a aultable guarantee. Cranford A. C, Morrlstnwn A. C, Howard A C. Alerts of East New York, Wbltirg A. C of Whiting. N. J., Fort Lees or any team wllnln fifty inllea of New York pre ferred. Address B. A. Hunter, i)D2 Lexington ave nue, Brooklyn. Jlniebnll Gaines To-Day. XATIOXAL I.KAOUK AXD AHXRICAlf ASSOCIATION. New York at St. Louis; Brooklyn at Louisville; Boston at Cln.inn tl: Philadelphia at Chicago; Bal timore at l'Mlsi... g; Washington at Cleveland. kahtkiix i.fahui. Providence at Ottawa; Springfield at Buffalo; Wllkteharre at Montreal; Syracuse at Toronto. ATmano I.EAUUK. Newark at Ijincaster; Pateraon at Hartford; Nor folk at Richmond ; Allentown at Reading. oTiirn n a urs. South Orange F, C. v. Summit F. 0., at South Or aiuie. Cranford A. C. t, Kst Orange F, C. at Cranford. New York A. (' v a. Drang" A. O.. at Orange Oval. N 'tr Jii.ev A. O, va. Volunteer A. A., at New Jersey A. C. grounds. Kist Kidi' Branch Y. M, C. A. vs. Niw West Side Ur-iin-h V. M. U. A., at Clart'tunnt Park. N.u.au II. B.C. vs. Ureater New York Field Club, at ilii'i'iipoiul. Park A. Ave. Continentals, at Astoria. Itivenwaid'a Kmplo) es vs. The Star Kmployeea, at West Farms. Alpine .Ire. vs. Maine Jrs., nt Prospect Park, Kuglcwood V. O. second team vs, Knickerbocker B, B. ('., nt Jiiglewood. Sliiipouson Jr. B. B, C. vs, Washington B, B. 0., at Prospect Park, I'liioii A. A. vs. St. Monica's D. It, C, at Canarsle. Tompkins B. B. C. va. Hyler's B. B. C, at Van Cort laudt Park. HUr Athletics vs. O. N. T at Newark, Manhattan L. vs. Suburbans, at Crotoiia Park, Juuiaira vs. Johntowus, at Jamaica, Athletics of New York v s, Clarcmonts, at Cliremont Park. Altna F. I', vs, Asbfords, at F-ast New York. (lamervllle va, Manhattauv llle, at (lamervllle, Murniy Hill vs, Mount Vernon, at Mount Vernon, II, P. SleDonnlil. the Cnunillnn Ska er, Wins n Ilrnnil Jump. The' games of the Charles J. Harvey Association, held at Sulrrr's Herleiii River Park yesterday after uooii, attructed an entry of athletes far abovo tho ordinary picnic clasa, slid In ronseiiui nee good aort resulted, in the broad-Junip handicap H, P. Mc Doiuld. the speedy Csuadisii skater, received an allowance of two feet. He outclassed his field. Con trary to A. A. P. rules, the event wsa measured from tin. to hnl, as tlieie was no take-off hoard In place. McDonald Is an adept at tblsttyle. hia wlnnli g Jump on tho ioor ground being 21 fret a Inches, Sum maries: 7.VYard Dash, Handicap-Won by J. Brown, Ilsr risou, N. J., IHfiet; J. J. Donoliue. New West Hide A. V.. 17 feet, seeimdi Charles MrClollan, N. W. S. A. U SO feet, third. Tune, H J -A seconds. 44U-Yard Run, Hsndli-aiv Won by D. J. O'Counell, Htamfonl, 2H yards; J. J. Hopklii, New York, 2D ) ards, second; M. J. Cregau, N. W. H. A, C, 20 yards, third. Time, 55 seconds. Running Broad Jump. Handicap Won by H. P, McDouald, 2 feet. 2 1 feet a inrbea; Cornelius Bheehr, Paatlnis A. C u feet H inches, second, 1U feet 7K Inches; D. J. O'Biilltvan, Xavier A, C, 2 feet ri inches, third, 20 feet 2 inebea. 880-Yard Novioj Bun, Scratch Won by J, F. Tar ley. N. J. A. a: It. W. Undsbury, Uorrtatdwn, aacondj B-fc.Landon, Knickerbocker A. 0., third. Ttma,i xolnntaa 35 2-6 second. rnomxa Ash iKtnisb. Ensle Flanlgnn Tnrna the Tables on Tho Abbot nt Columbni. CoLUMnuB. Auk. 5. Tho two getillngs, Tho Abbot nnd Englo Flanlgnn. trotted a hanl raco hero to-dar. the result bclnt? that tho imvu of Eattlo lllrtl turned tho tables on tlio VII lago Farm homo In ono of tlio best races of tho yeur. At Cleveland last weok Tho Abbot won tho Utlll class In straight bents, Kaglo Flanlgnn flutslitne seeondi The time of the men wns 2:lkHls.'J:0n.Uiind2:0lli. To-tlny FjibIo Flimlgnn won tho first beat In 2:0I'4. loworlnKhlsreennltliroflSeeomls. Then ThoAblwt rnpttirntl the next two heats, trot tlnit the second In attW'a. tho fastest of the year for n trvvlter. and lowerliiK hW record n inarterof a second. The fourth and fifth heats wero taken by FjhjIo Flanlenn rather Itnitdlly. Tho Abbot proved to bo n, poor nctor. nnd In the llrst nml fourth heats Cleers bad to drho bnrU to got Insldo of tho flag. . JcshIo V. wns picked for the winner of the 2;1U imee. but after she won tbo, first bent !rozcii. owned by F, F lViwell of this city, won thorncoby tnklnii tho next three heats). The ':lHlacivwns a liot contest iKitwecn Jjidyof the Sliinor nnd Annie le. fbe latter won tho llrit heat and led to wttbln '."00 yards of tho win' In tho next three, but in thoefrort tokoep Loily of tbo Manor from overtaking her she wns driven to u break each timo and lost tho A sioclal feature of tho afternoon's pro cranimc wore the efforts) of Orneo Hasting mid Kentucky Vnlou to lowcr.thelr respective wagon records for tho mile. Neither waa suc cessful. Urnco llastlngs'H time beltiK -i:ll '. whllo Kentucky Union's was 'J-.Vi'i. HboIiib will begin ut 10. o'clock to-morrow morning. Star l'olntor will start In tho after noon to bent tho truck record of 2:01 S. bum marlCH to-day: 2:12 class, trotting: purse 12,000: Eagle Fianlgan. b. g.. by Eagle Bird Lady tlaiiiganilludron) 1 3 2 11 The A'iIh t. b. g. lOeeln) 5 115 8 crest i us, th. s. (KeU'ham) 3 3 II 2 2 O.tsvia, br. m. (RiiKKles) 2 4 r, 4 5 Pat Watson, ti.s. (VMIsoui 4 r 4 3 4 I'asont . b. f. (Saunders! ills. Mayiriti, rb. m. (Ihomson) Uls. Time 2:ou!4', 'JiiWK. 2:iihK. 2:104, 2:12V. 2:111 cla-s. pacing; purie 2.0O0: Kgo.en. bi.s.. by lurotlst-Nadtr, by Me- tator lUrttrliOelitl I' 1 J 1 JeeslcC, cb.ltl. iPslllier) 1 M . H Una Waibel. b. v. iHtirr) 7 2 2 6 Berulce. 1 r. in. iMiCiyl U " - Bourbon II . eb. h. UHrei 2 4 8 3 Journeyman, br. s. lO'Nelli 4 ft 3 4 liax. h. g. lOjh mat) 5 U 4 0 Star Hal, br. s. (Bunisi 8 rinie-2-UVi, 2.I2U, 2:i:t!(, 2:I2V. 2:lli clsss, pacing; purse t'J.OOo: Ijiily of the Manor, i-n. iu., by Msinbrlno King lTllirees Chimes, by Chimes (Oeersl It 1 1 1 Annie Lee, I r. m. illudsnn) 1 2 2 2 lltrdte Dickerson. b. m.iltliei 4 3 3 4 il. W.D.. Ilk. k.i Phillips. 7 7 4 3 Little Pete. till. g. (Mi-yilllty I 3 4 5dls Ham-WiMidblne, b. g. iCurryi 5 ri Hdls Hal Fatchcii, eh. g, (Coiivei-sei 2 r, ills Bellnood A., br. iu. illi-stey) ills. Time 2:1 !. :)lila, 2:0IX. 2:10. 2:27 class, trotting: puree 2,u"p: Percy, 1. g.. by Ponce de Leon-Hoi a Ewlug, by raseenger (Sunnier) 1 1 J Splnalong, b. in. tstan) J ? 1 Alice Uirrnau, Ii. m.iMi'Ilcnryi 3 4 4 uarry. blk. g. (lh lllnger) J ) cuttinr, b. b. i.Megulltyi ft ' liiukiue. b. s. (Huti'hingsi ' ", '' Incarnate, blk. g. ulcers u Augblis. b. in. (Uetcbaiu) 8 8 i '11ine-2:Mli.2.ir."L2:l. Eth llrl Wins n Itent mill Forres n Post poiienient. TocouKiirrsiE. Aug. r,.-The breeders' meeting was to have closed to-day. but after Ht.ir Boy had won two heats In the 2:15 trot. Ktb B. 1 found his gait and split up the event, which had to be post iHjued until t.nnomiw. JwkwoiKl. i:th Bel s driver, was rineil $25 for starting ahead of the tails horse. Three boises led the Held under the wire In a bunch in the third heat of the 2-2H trot, but ltcan Boy was trotting and Ulghlaiid Maid and Oailand it. wen running. The Judges gave the heat to Roan Boy. No time was announced. Summaries: 2:lucla-o', trotting and pacing, consolation race; Annie T. ipiicer. blk. in., by (leu. Wilkes .Dudley I 13 4 1 Luke. Morgan, b. g. .Nichols. 3 4 12 2 Tom Cole, Ii. s. (Sliultzi 5 2 2 13 Norvet, b. g. il)i-inari-ti 2 :i 4 il 4 Tasteful, br. m. (lleriingtoiu 4 ft ft r.dr, Wattli-hlossoiu, blk. in. il). Blends) ills. Time 2:l.',a(, 2:1.-.H,2-ISW. 2:lli.Lt. 2:18. 2:2H den, trotting: purse snoo: Highland jlaid. br. in., by Cicero (Me- Ikuialdl 112 1 Koan Boy, m. g. tMisteri 14 , 1 3 Onlda.h. in. (Murrayi IK '-' 4 il Norrole. b. g. llievyi 2 il ft n Mlrabllo. b. g. (Walsln 5 la ' 2 Garland M., fb. g. iCoatesi II :i 3 7 Decker Biv.cb.g. (Proper. 3 ft H ID Dolly D, rj-. b. in. Illidei li 4 1 1 4 Flora WtKiduiit. ti. m. iMauley) 4 14 14 ft Hlinyadi.b. a. iDrlwolll In 11 13 H Liny Rubs. br. g. illooi-ri it 8 ildr. hacba, b. in. iMartln) 7 li I2.1r. Corporal II.. b. . iSnyiler. 12 In sdr. Attractive, h. in. iMIllen m 12 H)dr. HattieD.. b. in. iMIlleri 15 15 dr. Time 2:I8. 2:I8'4. 0:0J, 2:l!f. 2:24 class, iiarlng; purse f.'.OO: King Clllllli-e. b. g.. by Chillies (Davis) 1 1 1 Free Silver. ro.s. .Arnold. 4 2 3 Venora. b. ni.il.ockwiio.li ...in 3 2 Llllellowe, b. in. .Murphri 2 7 8 Bonnie McCurdy. eli. u. (WUktns) 3 ft 4 Cinder Ab-yoner, li. g. (Halstead) II 4 ft HeLIJero. b. g. iPfiii-liin 5 u Hweet iAiret, b. in. (Manleyi it ll 7 i.nl llelirrat.-. li. s. iSarirentl H MdU Sidane. b. iu. ihhiilu) 7 lodr. Tme-2il5M. 2:14lt. 2:I3W. 2:15claas, trotting; puia? $5(K) (unfinished): Star Boy, b.g., by-Mar ljunliert(McIkiuald)...l 1 2 Eth Bel. cb. s.. by lo line Bel i jAKkwood) 4 3 1 l,egeue.b.a. iSheelj i 3 2 3 Carrie, b. m. (Decker. 8 4 4 llresch. br. g. iKiiydcri 5 dr , Time-::. 1ft, s-.i:H. 2:17. O. H. V. Downs Illg Timber, a Two-to-Onn l-'nvorlte. SmACTsr, Aug. 5. The strike of the street railway employees hurt the attendance at the races at Kirk Park to-day. Four good events welt decided. A surprise was sprung in the 2:12 trot when Big Tim ber was beaten by (I. II. F.. a brown gelding owned at Oleus Fulls. Big Timber was played a 2 to l favorite. Summaries: 2;MO class, paring; purse tftOO: Harrv Cozrrus, b. g.. by Hill Boy (Nlcholal.fl 1 1 1 TheShah, gr. s. iThoiiissi 1 ll 2 3 May Wilkes, rh. iu. ICahllll 2 2 3 2 AllawiMMl, b. g. (Clark 3 II 4 4 Whirlwind, b.g. i Kllbom) 4 4 il H laly Bashfonl, b. m. illuniey) ft 7 5 5 Kenneth, blk. g. iSiuithi 7 5 K il Patty, b. m. lOaringi 8 8 7 7 Time-2:IH, 2:18h, 2:1BW, 2:18K. 2:14 class, pacing: purse $500: Parlcl, b, m.lpotteri 1 1 1 Mrs. li. in. (Smith) 2 2 2 Mill. eh. g. iCitiiiinliigsi 4 3 4 llmepiece. b. g, (hnovvi 5 5 3 HupenorOlft, h. g 3 il il Pnstoria Wilkes, b. m. iKemlln) 8 4 li Brooks, eh. s. (McMauiiH) 7 7 ft Highland Lasslo.gr. ni. iDoncolirt) il x :i MayMurpby. b. in. (Karingi ll ills. Time 2:14(, 2:1414. 2:I4H. 2:12 clasa, trotting; purso ft(s): a ft ! ti . lias V-slnms 1 lf. n ti1r ! 1 1 Illg Timber, br.s. (Earing, 1 ft 4 2 Kate MiCracken, li. m. iMuith) 3 2 5 3 Courier, b, s. iNli-liols) 4 3 2 ft St. George, h. g. James) 5 4 3 4 MaiO., b. s, (tlnivei 3 il dls. Time 2.I5!, 2:17)4. 2:17, 2:15. 2:10 class, trotting; purse $500: Stambold, b. s by Stsuiboul (Thomaa).2 2 111 Dan Wllkis.gr. g.tLenry) 4 1 2 5 ft Harry T..i-h.g iWoodl 1 il ft il 7 Medici, li. a. lAndersoui 7 :i 7 4 2 MKIinty, h. g. (Rhea) ft ft 3 2 n Billy Patteraon, li. s. iNii'holsi a 4 17 3 David King, blk. h.tOreeiii 8 M il :i a WIlkesMsid. blk. m.iF.niist) il 7 8 ills. Wilton Boy, b.g. (Atkinsi di. Tluif SHUM. 2:2(i, 2:2I!, 2:22,2:231a. ISTEltX.tTiay.il, CHESS. SlelnlU nnd Hhiivviilter Ilefented In (he Cnlojrne Tiiuriiuiiieiit. Coloonk, Aug, o.Tlio fifth round of the International chess tournament was contested In this city to-day. When play ceased In tho evening tho following results had been re corded: (iottschull lo-t to Colin, llelnrichseu was beaten by Teelugorln, Hum admlntstored defeat to Btdnltr, CliuroiiFi-k downed Hlinwal ter, Janowski lout to Albin, Frits lost to Hchlechter, HehilTiirs dUposed of Hchallopp uud J'oplol and llereer drow. The record of the tournament follows: irn, .mt.t H'on, .ejf. Albln 2!, 2.4 Janowakl 3 llergcr 1 a Poplel 114 -jU Hum 3l i! scbiillopp ii alj Cbamusek 4). ! Schlfiera 2 a Ikjbn 4rs Hchlechter 3 1H Frlti 1 4 .Hhowalter 2 3 ilottarhall 1 4 iRIeluitr 3 2 lirlnrichsen.-. IK AYi Tachigonn 4 1 Tho sixth round will bo played In the follow ing order to-day: Hchlechter vs. Hchallopp, AlbliiVH. 1-rltz. riliowalter vs. Janowski, Helii ill vs. I'harousok, Tsc-hlgorln vs. Hum. (tohn vm. lleliirlclisen. ltoplcl vs. Uottschall, and lleiccr vs. KchlfrcrH, Knickerbocker A, C. Sviliuiiiliig Itaces. The aeries of weekly swimming races held iu the KnlckcrlKK-kcr A. 0. tank last night Included two novice races, lot rndiiced with the idea of inducing new men to enter the cunpctltlniia, Though this ob ject was fttTompllsheii, the Innovation also proved useful to the ixMlit leader, A. A. Clement, who scored bis Initial win In the uixi-yam novice, bringing his scorn up to 2U points, ll. 1'. Van Cllef and fl. It. Hiedrr am tied for seioud. with HI iKilnta each, while M. Mctzlir rttaiiia fourth place with 13 jiolnta, The auniniaries: IIHI-Foot Novice. St-ratch Won by F. A. Kramer, II. Altahur aeiiuid, (I. II. Hcrlhg third. Tune, 30 4-5 seconds. loo-Yard Handicap Won by II. II. Reeder, 3 ac onda; O. V, Van Cllef, 4 seconds, second: 11. H. Woiherspoon. Jr., scratch, third. Time, 1 minute IU 4-6 seconds. soo-Yard Novice, Beratob-Won by A. A. Clement, . Uettler second. L. U. UUw.on third. tlm, A mlDUtta ST 4-6 ascend. BELMONT COLORS IN MONT Eiros iron, tiik rvrttttirr CAsnt- DATE, WISH AT JHIKU1TUX. Iln Shoulders TopWelubt nnd Onllops Over nSmnrt rield Continental DefentsTrlp pine Altlien Hut of the Maiden. Tvro-Ycnr-Olds Hluo Devil Saueeiei Home. About tho only event of aomilno Interest at Brighton Bench track yestorday was tho two-year-old handicap. It attracted a great deal of attention chiefly because August Ilolmont'a Futurity candidate Fllond'Or was mnklmc. Ills first appearance slnco his Impressive debut at Morris Pnrfc In tbo sprlntt. ltoyon d'Or's prom Islnc son wns opposed by flvu candidates, to whom ho was conceillnc rront two to twenty one pounds. Tho discrepancy In tho weights mado backers fight shy of htm, and Effervescent ruled favorite at IU ton. Fllond'Or closed next in demand, nnd after waiting on bis field to tho run homo, won with consummate caso by three lengths. Tho raco wns regarded ns a publlo trial for Fllon d'Or with a view to hla Futurity engagement, and bo ncuultted himself like a stake horxe. Tho weather was so Inviting that fully 4.000 patrons turned out to revel In the 07.0110 from tho ocean and Incidentally to pick winners at every opportunity. B6th objects wero renllrcd to a sat Isfactory extent, na the atmospheric sur roundings wero Ideal, whllo two first choices mnnaged to land tbo money. That erratic horse Doggett found the track soft enough to suit him after tho overnight rain, and ho beat tho nominal favorite Bur icsiiuo four lengths in the opening race of ono mllo. Thlrteon maiden two-year-olds looked like a hard problem In the second race, but the talent lauded on tho right one, Althcn, who won by half a length from tho overlooked colt Mopseotch. Kagasta. desplto his name, was .. .1.-1 1 . .1 l....lHn ll.U....n !... v- en luiiyeu tin tiuvuuiii ui iiuiuiu .uiimi ui. uui he finished a moderate eighth. Although the third rni-e was reduced to a three-lmrsn affair, thotnlent went wide nf the mark. I-ongacre being tho selected one. with dun Metal second i-hoTce. The latter won all the way by a mnrKln ranging from 11 vo lengtlm ut tho huff distance to a length nnd a half ut the finish, l-ongacre. who had not been out since tin wns kicked so severely last week, sulked at the start nnd all through therncc. McCoy was of little help tit May Itoselle. ud then-suit was that tlun Metal appeared to get nwny living. As u matter of fact tho three broke together, but O'l-cary wan the only ioekey who seemed nllve to the opportunity. The crowd overlooked these side Issues and rnlcil 1111 udverse demons! ration, which the nctiini circumstances did not warrant. Maher scored his only wiu of the day on Con tinental nnd brought olT 11 big coup fur his fol lowers. He took the track Iu the first furlong nml.tnklng no chances, won by six lengths tnmi Tripping. Tho Maher enthusiasts made Field I -ark a Might favorite In the last race, nnd tho Imiiorteil colt made a tlerco bid for tho monev. He led until well Into tho stretch, where Blue Devil nnd Squire Ablngtnn meed past. This pair had a desperate drive homo under the will p. and Hluo Devil cnptuicd the purso by a head. Field Lark gave up the struggle nnd finished ten lengths behind the Squire. Kummarv: FIRST HACE. Selling; for three.year-olds and upward that bava run and not v-on more than one race at thli meet-In-;; S5i)0 audi d. of which S75 to second and $25 to third; allowani es; one mile: 11. C. Dnggrtt's eh. li. Doggett, 0, by The lUrd Rosewood, uft iSoiuo-r) 1 James Adains'sb. li. Tinge, It, liO iMoo.lyi 2 Mrs. W. C. Halv's b. f. Her Own. 4, U3 (O'Connor). 3 l!uilce.i!i- and Tarauto also ran. Time. 1 :44K. netting F.leven to ft against hvggett, 10 to 1 Tinge, 1 3 to 5 Her ii, 2 to 1 Uurlesque. 40 to 1 Tarauto. SECOND HACK. Selling; for ms bleu two-year-olds that have unt bi-ensci nnd; ftiMi added, of which $7ft to second and S25 to third: allowances; ttve ftirl.nuM: William .leniiliigs's b. f. Althea, by Atlantic or Dutch Roller blossom, 8U urConnor) 1 J. L. Holland's br. c. Hopm-otch. 112 (JlcCuel 2 Westuioru S: Median's blk. t-. Tophel, 87 M.xly) . 3 Fulminate, Klondyke (Jueen,Sagata, Frllne, Top Note, Improvident, Crown, Oliver Mc, I.och Fyue, and May lvndis also ran. Time, 1:03. Ilettlng-Flva to 2 against Althea, 12 to 1 Hop scotch, 40 to 1 Tophot, 12 to 1 Fulminate. 20 to 1 Klondyke Queen, 4 to I Sagasta, no to 1 Esrllue, 20 to 1 Top Note, 3 to t Improvident, 40 to 1 Crown, 5 to 1 Oliver Mc, 100 to 1 Loch Fyne, 20 to 1 May I-audis. Tinnu r.ACK. Selling; for three-year-olds: $500 added, of which $75 to second and $25 to third; allowances; one mile and n sixteenth: R. Whitefonl's rh. g. Oitn Metal, by Eon Amy, 105 (O-Iaary) 1 T. F. Harrett A: Co.'m b. c. Loiigai-re, loo (Moodyy. . . 2 C. F. Hill's ch. f. Mavlloselle. n7 (McCoy) U Tlnie. l:ftllL llettiug Set eu In 5 against Uuu Metal. 3 lo 5 Loug ncre, 4(1 to 1 May ltoselle. FOURTH ItACE. Handicap for thrre-year-olda and upward; $10 each, $ft forfeit: $70o added, of which $10o to sec ond and $50 to third: seven furlonici: J. I.. Holland's b. h. Continental, 8, by Luko Ultckbuni Alleen. 120 iMaher 1 W. U. Jennings's imp. i-b.f. Tripping, 4, 122 (Dog gett) 2 W.C. Daly's br. -. JIasliou. 4, W7 (O'Connor) u Time 1 .-ua.J llettlng Ten to 7 on Continental, 8 to 5 against Tripping, 7 to 1 against Rastlon. FIFTH RACK. Handicap for two-year-olds; $10 each, $5 forfeit; $500 added, of which $75 to second and$2.r to third; nve furlongs: August Reluiont's ch, g. Fllon d'Or, by Rayon d'Or Fides. 12(81ma) i .1. P. Martin's br. c. Federal. 114 (Doggett) 2 P.J.MUes's br. f. Exception. 10U (Jauiee) 3 FjTi rvt-scf ut, Rusher and Tenntth also ran. Time. 1:02H. Betting Three to I against Fllon d'Or. 7 to 2 Fed eral, into 1 Kxreption, 13 toft Effervescent, lft to! Rusher, 4 to 1 Tenntth. SIXTH ItACE. For three-year-olds and upward, non-winners In 1KH8 and of $500atany time; $50O added, of which $75 to second and $25 to third: welsbta fifteen Iioundu below the scale; one mile and a sixteenth: :. 1). Morgan's br. r. Hluo Devil. 4, by Imp. St. Andrew Hlue Dress, 111 (O'Leary) 1 W. Ioikelanrt'a h. g. Squire Abington, 8, U8 lUeruen) 2 II. A. Ilium's Imp. eh. c. Field Lark, 8, 101 (Maher) 3 Slather and llergen also ran. Time. 1:41). llettlng Seven to 5 airalnst Hlue Devil. 4 to 1 Squlro Arlington, 13 to 10 Field Lark, 15 to 1 Slasher, loo to i llergen. The entries for to-day's races are as follows: First Race For three-year-olds and upward that have not won more than one race in 181.8; with $500 ndded; selling; ono mile; Sister Clara 108'Phlllp 07 Tanis 104 Fmhmann pit Irene 102,LcoLako nil Collateral 102 Illissful nr, Lnn-daU- 101 Merlin 114 Vvoodrauger Ksj.High Priest va Campania mi Charagraoe ut Kndeavor Mil Second Race For two-year-oldt that have run at this meeting and havo not been Ural or second; with $500 added; selling; nve turiongs: Homers llOiFulmlnate 08 Highwater 110 Hold U 08 Wlndwiird UMlTyrba px Spurs l04Uighboni nr. Domineer 101 Sir Florian v& Sagasta Iflilltelgravla 113 Third Race For three-year-old fillies that have run al this meeting and have not been first or second this year; will! $500 added; selling; Ave furlonrs; Marito lie) Amelia D 100 Inspection 103 I.erete 100 Newtown Hello 103 Our Hreery 100 l-rtn.ess India 103 draco (liltner loo la Rossi- 103 Elllc Haggerty 100 Mies ilnsslp 10(1 Sweet Hound 100 Miss Trowbridge 100 May ltoselle 100 Tent Pin UK) FenctU 115 Fourth Race For three-year-oldaand upward; with $500 added; selling; one mile and a sixteenth: FrcoLaiirr 112 Endeavor 101 KlngT 10B Songster he Hurlesiue I ok Pink cbambray 05 Vaunessa 101 Fifth Ilare-Tbe Teat Handicap, for three-year-olds and upward; with $1,000 added; one mile; Ogden l2(lMlsaTenny 103 Royal Stag 1 1 8 Ilrarublo ,,..101 Dainlen Ill Master Jame 8U Sailor King Hull Also eligible to start. Sixth Race The Futurity Trial, for two-year-olda eligible for the Futurity to be mn at theConry Island Jockey Club's autumn meeting; with $1,000 added; penalties and allowance.: six furlongs; Trndrraso lir.iMark Miles 10D Sombre llfi Hapeburg 108 Autumn 115 Sraunell 108 Lothario U2'tose Dove 105 Seventh Race Handicap steeplechase, for four-year-olds and upward; with $751) adtledi full course; Ollndo 152iRoyal Scarlet 140 lVrget IftOKJCld 137 Downing 145 llaby Bill 135 Decapod 144'Auiuse 105 Itriultsnt St. Louis. St. Ixiuh. Aug. 5. The results at the Fair Grounds to-day follow 1 .... First Hare Nlne-alxteenthsof a mile, Oeorgle, 102 (Gullies), 11 to 2, won by three lengths; Celluloid, 100 isteveuai, 7 to 2, second: La Jo.ephlne, 100 (J. Mc Donald). 4 to I, third. Time. 0:r.7M. Second Jtace-Ono mile and a sixteenth. Charina, H7 10. Clay). 2 to I, won: Foraythe, 1W (Llnea), 13 to ft, seeondi little, 102 (Ollinoiei, 7 to 2, third. Time, 1 :B2. Third Race-Six furlonga.-Cotton Plant, 1011 (Lluesi, ft to 3, won; Miss Ilrambls, 107 I Mitchell), 2 ioj, second; Mainstay, 112 (J. McDonald), 3 to 1, thlld. Time. 1:11114. Fourth Race-six furlongs. Eva Wilson. 81 (lllraini, 20 to 1. won! Rose Ash. 81 lllouckl, 2ft to 1, aeraudi Slddubla, 110 (J. Mr Donald 1, even, third, r'ifih iUc'e-One mile: aelling.-Uvadla, 103 (011 ruurrj. 8 to 1. won; It. 11. Sark, 101 (lineal. 13 to I, second; Kannia, 105 (Southard). H to 1, third, Time, 1:45, Sir Dick ran away and circled the traok fuor 1Slxtb Race Eliht and a half furlongs. Prince f India. 107 (J. McDonald), 4 to 1 . won; Maddalo, 1011 (Landrum), 5 to 1, second: Harry Shannon, J.U tIi),6Wl,Uilrd. Tint, i'.MH. bzoan sconEs at last. lie Wins on Ilnelm nt Rnrntogn Only Two Favorites Lnnd the Money. SiltiToal, Aub. 5. As this wns Indies' day tbo fair sex turned out In largo numbers to witness tho racing. Tho track was in very bad condition after the heavy rain of yostonlay af ternoon nnd last night, and scratches wero numerous. HUH there were enough left In four ut tho races to furnish some fair sport. Back ers of favorites again had tho worst of the ar gument, ns only two first choices won. one of them being a 1 to M favorite. Nino maiden two-year-olds ran In tbo open ing event, and speculation wa- brlk. Fred Tnml had his first mount hern nn Aeushla, and ho won niter ndrlvo with Lost Time. Herntches reduced tho Keeond rnco to Bueln and Premier, with Tod Sloan and Tnml up. respectively. Bucla had only to enllop to win by eight lengths. This was Sloan's first winning mount of tho meeting. Diminutive wns an even-money favorite over tho lot iu tho fourth raco and made n runaway rnco of It. Irfimle, tho rider of Hlleo, was called Into the stand, but. explained his hand ling of Barrett's colt to the stownnlsund was let off. Loiterer. Flax Spinner. Margaret .Tune and Scotch l'iul.t wero nil heavily played for the fourth race, but Scotch l'lald hail notrouhlo In winning. Mannsas. nt 4 to 1, took tbo closing rnco from tbo favorite. Stray Step. Summary: rmsT nxcE. Purs $300; for maiden two-year-olda: weights even pounds below the scsle: rive furlongat Owners b. f. Aeushla, by Miser Cruiskcen, 113 tTarall 1 IT. T. Urlrrln'a b. e. Lost Time, 115 (Clawson) 2 Oneek Stable's rb. c.OreatNeck, lift (Murphy) 3 Col. Tennr, Lyric, K. O. B., Freak, Valdivia, and War Head also ran. Time, 1:0$. Betting Flva to 1 against Aeushla. 7 to 1 Lost Time, 7 to 2 (treat Neck, 12 to 1 Col. Tenny, Ifttol lorrlc, 20 to 1 K. C, II., 5 to 1 Freak, 20 to 1 Valdivia, 5 to 1 War Head. x SECOND 1UCE. Puras $400; for three-year-olds and upward; welghta seven lmunds below Pan scale; winning penalties; one mile: Sydney l'avet's b. f. Buels, 4, by Bramble-Lou Dudley. 114 IT. Moam 1 J. M iliigbllu's eh. i Premier, 4, 110 (Tamil 2 Time, l:4Ht. netting Three to 1 011 lluela, 5 to2 sgalnstPre- mier. TIIIKl) ItACE. Purse $300; handicap for two-year-olds; six fur louss: J. McLaughlin's b. f. Diminutive, by Sir Dlion- Merldeu. P3 iClswsoiil 1 McClelland .t Smith's li.e. Dan Cnpld. 11.1 iliarrett) 2 J. K. Madden's b. 1'. ltliluelaii.li r, 114 iMartlni... .3 Hilee also ran. Time, lilrttf. Betting F.veu mouey agiilu-t Diminutive, I) to 2 Dan Cupid, 5 to I lthinelaiulrr, 5 to 1 Hilee. I-OUItTII RACK. Purse $300; for three-year-olds, nou-wlnnera of $800 In 181.8; welghta ten pounds Iwlow the scale; nou-wlnnlng allowances: teicii fiirlom-s: Oneckstatile'sb.g. Scotch Pad, by Midlothian Lady Motlev, limH (Williams) 1 F.iureniati A; Wllki rson's i-li. f. Margaret Jaue, 104 (Dupee) 2 J. II. Keenn's b. i lailt-rer, IHHTaral) 3 Flax Spinner and Ileau Monde also ran. Tune. 1:144. Beltlng-Thlrteen to ft against Scotch Plaid, 12 to 5 Margaret Jane. 2 to 1 loiterer, 3 to 1 Flax Splinter, 40 to 1 Beau Monde. FIFTH 1UCK. Purse $300: for foiir-year-olds and upward, non wlcnera of $450 In 18U8; selling allowances; ona mile: p. 8. P. Randolph a cli. g, Manassas, 4, by Pntomao FJvlra. 1114 ilouulei 1 A. Bti-k-s br.e. Stray Step, 4. HI7 (Powers. 2 P. M. CiviU'arh, g. Protiis. 4, luftij (Barrett) 3 Organ Pilot and Hums also mn. Time. 1-411. Betting Four to 1 against Manassas. 2 to 1 Stray Step, 3 to 1 ProtiH, 7 to 1 Organ lllot, 3 to 1 Hums. The entrlei for to-morrow's races follow: First Race ror two-year-olda; five furlongs. Dr. Fa.-hberg, 114; Orlevance, 111; llllee. 1 1 1 ; Satirist, 11)4; Kllenlale. I114; A. N. II., 104; Jerld, 104; Diva, ml: Frances Booki r, 101. Sei'oud Race For all ages; six furlongs. Damlen, 130; Columbus, 12.1; Athamas, 1 ltl; Ben Hadad, I HI; Water (llrl. 87: MW-hlef Maker. 87. Third Race llrand I'nioii Hotel Stakes of $8,000 fortwo-yenr-olds 1 drst part); to the winner ss.ooo: to the second horse $7ftu; to the third horse $250: nvo and a half furlongs. Kentucky Colonel, 122; Sir Hubert, 122; Counsellor Wenilurg, 122; .Martlmas, 123; Klulei- Mack, 122; Half Time. 122: Manuel. 117; The Bouncer, 1 17; (lalahad, 117; lav Flaveuie, 117. Fourth Race Hendrle Brakes, for three-year-old nitles, with $7ftu sitdeil; special weights; one mile end u sixteenth. LAloilet(e. 121; Laverock, lilt; Mirths IL. mi: Lilian Bell. 11(1: Nearest. 1011; Clons'lla. ion: Ml-a Miriam, inu; Kenmorx Queen. IOO: Right Bells, ion; lions Dea. 10H; Wlngsbot, 108. F.f 111 Race Steeplechase, for three-yesr-olda and oter; short course, about two miles. Shlllalah, 15H; Eimrry. 14D: Right of Way, 141); Plutarch, 142; Hurry Up, 142. Tlratli of n Popular Rnclng Club Steward. Veteran followers of metropolitan racing were deeply grieved yesterday to learn of tho death of Felix Kisler, which occurred on Thurs day. Elslor was ono of tho last connecting; links between the past and present generation nt horsemen. Ho hnd been club stoward at Jerome Bark for thirty years, and since rneine ceased at that historic inelo-uiro he filled a sim ilar oflic for the -Hiding and Driving Club. Ho was 11 great favorite among clubmen, und will bo generally missed. The Winners at Harlem. Cuicaoo, Aug. ft. There were no special features in the racing at Harlem to-day. Burns rode four wfuners. To-morrow will lie the laat day at Harlem for two weeks, the scene changing to Hawthorne on Monday. Summaries: First Race Five and a half furlongs. Hanllght, 107 (Turner), 10 to 1, won; Survivor, 112 (Rutter), 2 to 1. second; Tulla Fonso, 107 (McNIckle), 4 to 1, Uilrd. Time, 1:07M. Second Race One and one-sixteenth miles. Madre Uue, lot (Burns.. 3 to 1, won; Demols, 110 (Rutter), 1 to 2. second; Muskalonge, 108 (Hart), 8 to 1, third. Time. 1:47M. Thlnl Race rive furlongs. Sea Lion. 110 (Burna), 34 to 1. won; Miss Mark, 107 (J. Helm. 15 to 1, sec ond; Qui en of Song, 104 (Turner), 7 to 5, third. Time. 1:02. Fourth Race One and one-quarter miles. Mon endtli, 110 iBurns), 4 to 1, won; Forte, 101 lEverett), 2 to 1, second; Morte Fonso, 114 (Caywood), even, thlnl. Time, 2 08. Fifth lUce-Bii furlongs.-Ferrell, 110 (Burnal.a tnl.vvon; High Hoe. llo (I., ltelff', 3 to 2, second; Ltxzle Cavalier, 1 111 (Bhephard), 3 to 1, third. Time, l:lf.!. . Sixth Race One and one-sixteenth roll's. Locust Blossom. t7 (McNIckle), 50 to 1. won: Nathsnaou, 1112 (Rose). 5 to 1, second: Daisy P., 101 1 J. Woods 1, :i to 1, third. Time. 1M8K. How the Horaes l'lnlslieil at Windsor. DirrnotT. Aug. 5. Tim third day of tho Windsor meeting was bad for tlio talent, only one lightly played favorite winning. The track was fast and I weather clear. Crowd gcod ami betting fair. Sum- First Race Seven-eighths of a mile. Disturbance UL. UH iDyment), into l.wou: Nnver,03(Valentinei, 2 to 1, second; Elaiua, U2 (Mason), tl to 1, third. Time, 1:2k!L Second Race Three-quarters of a mile. Nellls Baker, 87 (Frost), 3 to 2, won; Annie Taylor, 80 (Diigau), 3.14 to 1, second: Mary Prather, 87 IZeno), 20 tnl. third. Time, 1:I4. Third Race Onciullesud aalxteenth. Lady of the West, U7 (Frost), 4 to 5, won; Maggie R 104 (Qlea. son), H to 1, second; lufcllre, H2 (Tullyj, U0 to I, thlnl. Time, 1 :4H"4, Fourth Rare Five and a half furlongs. nnnwan, Oi) IN. Hill). 15 to 1, won; Kinu Carnival, 113 (W. Moouey). 8 to 5, aeroud; Jim McCleevy, 105 (Brimon), 10 to 1, third. Time, I sou. Fifth Hare Three-quarters of a mile. Jesse, lift (Msson), 3 to I, won: Nlcholaa, 1)0 iFrostl, 7 to S, second: Pope Ia;o, 10'J iSherlandi, 2H to 1, third. Time, 1:144. Sixth Race Seven-eighths of a mile. Rldeaii, 02 (A. Morrison). 8 to 1. won: Lauretta I HO iVitlttoe), 4 to 1, second: Filibuster, 102 (Valentine), a to 1, third, Time, 1 :28. News from the Horse World. Pob.ti.and, Me., Aug. ft. The harness races sched uled for Dlgby Park to-day were postponed by rain. Jockey Thompson, who piloted Buries. ins aud Klondyke (Juccii in their respective races st Brighton llearh yesterday, was put down for a day by tho stewards for careless riding. The card for this afternoon at Brighton Beach in cludes the Test Handicap, with such good ones aa Ogden, Royal Stag, lluela, and Miss Tenny engaged, and a six furlong special race for two-year-olds, which la framed aa a trial for the Futurity. Habatimia, Aug. 5. The stewards held a meeting after the laat rare, during which they set owner, trainer and Jockey John McCafferty down for two weeka, for hla jioor riding on his horse Lexington Pirate in the last race of that day, his suspension to begin on Aug. 1. They also decided not to aciept the entry of Islington Pirate, owing to his bad raco of that day, aud hla refusal to break with his Held In a rare a few days ago iu which ho waa left at the post. Cricket. The Pateraon Cricket Club met the Belmont team at Pateraon yesterday and the visitors again came out victorious, this time by a margin of forty runs, This result was due to the batting of A, M. Wood, who showed that he conld play a careful game when necessary and compiled forty-three by steady play, Pateraon waa unfortunate In having II. Tattrnall In. Jured when ho waa well aet. He had to retire tem porarily from the wickets, but managed to secure top score for his side nevertheless. W. Bunre and C, Byeni also batted well for Pateraon. The score : BELMONT. ATrnsO. A. M.Wood, b. CIarkson4B F. O, Warburton, b, K. U.Watson, c. Crutch- Parey 7 low, ti, Robertson. . 4 C. Myers, c. Watton, b. F, Varnall, b. Clarkson.15 1'aeey IB C. II. Hluchiiian, b, 'A. C. (loodyei, run out 2 CTarkaoii 0,11. Tatteraall, c. Pacey, Pacey, i-. sub, b. West 7' b.tllbson.. .. 18 F. Murgau. b. Clarksou. 4,W. Clarksou, r. Pacey, A. K. Ulbsoii, I. b, w., b. , b. Wood 0 Clarkson 0 VS. Ilunee, b. Wood . , .HI 1, B. Squires, li, Tatter- .I. H. Wist. b. Varnall ft sail SO Itoliertsou, l. Yaniall 11 H. ritaUrll, r. Weit, b. J. Ridings, b. pacey ... 7 Clarksou 18 J. C.nitchlow, not out, 0 0. Hiatxtll, c. Hi era, b. C. Hunter, r. Yaniall, b. West 11 Hibaon o F. K. Leech, not out . n Dye.. 6; leg byes. 2 7 Byes, 4 leg byes, S ' , , - Total 3 Total. 13SI ( 1 xxira or this njiKKLitnx. now to Apply Tire Tnpe After a Pnnctiira " Major" Taylor tn Iltda Tnndeni. In putting on tire tapo after n puncture has been repaired with a phis, nine riders out of ten wind tho tapo about tho tiro spirally and draw It directly ovor the plug. It tho puncture lias been properly mended tho pluc after being Insortcd has not been cut off flush with tho tire. If It Is off so ns to leavo It projecting just a little bit, a sixteenth of an Inch, mnybc. It will bo a belter job. Then tho tiro tainv should bo wound alxmt It on each side, but not over It, leaving tho plug Itself visible, but protected. Tho principle Is the samo as that nt .1 corn plaster. To do tho work well It Is better tn start ntthomlildlonf tho strlpof tliwtaie and brine the ends over In opposllo directions, manipulating them surgeon fashion, so that tlio tupo sets cIoro to tho plug on ovcry side, but does not presn on It. When tbo tnM Is (.trapped tightly over a projecting plug tbo lat ter Is apt to be forend back and the repairing spoiled, A"two-ln-the-dnrk" tandem team lias lieen planned for next year by " Major" Taylor and David Jackson of Syracuse, better known iir " HnHluH." They expect to ennilsdo vrlth u few tnudem teams here, uud then go to France tn win glory uud francs. President Potter's patriotism has made a new outbreak Iu the form of u red, white, und blue application blank with the shield of tho t'lilted States In tho corners and laurel wreaths cen tral near the top margin. When It was re marked to htm that the war would soon bo over, nnd that such a display would bo out of date. Potter replied: "That Is just the point I tiroiKiso to make, Tho L. A. . Is patriotic all tho time, and will continue to tnnkonillsp'ny of the Stars and Stripes on Its stationery. The work It has douo and is doing in the Interest of good roads Is patriotic. 1 would like to know unytbing that Is more so, Some dny the gen erul public and till otllcluls will rei'ognly.e this tiolnt. That Is the day wo urn working fur." "Hot foot" Is an original expression, coined by a loenl clubman to ilescrlbe hi- own i-ae, but umilllek 111 lit) used It several nt lllicnlll paulons unilcrstiMid what hi meant, mid be cause of lt. aptness tho phni-c liiiulc a hit with them. Tin-originator was making 1111 exetiso for falling lii-hliul u party with whom he hnd been out uud some of tnoni had acuiisi-d him nf getting "cohl feet," when he promptly replied that, literally, tlitM-PVi'rso was true, ills feet bad not bccniiic uiinili, but actually lint. Thev felt, he saiil. as if theiv weie plnti-H nf hot tin in the bottom of bis shoes. Thli Is 1111 experience- not lis common as numbness of the feet. It Is antilogous tn the numb feeling und probably proceeds from the same ciiu.se, vibration. The hitler may bo dun to anyone of several things, nr tn a -ntiil.liiatli.il of some of them. Improiwly adjusted ttonriiiarti. those which are loose and thn'0 set up too tightly. In either tho crank hunger or tho poilal.nr a loose podal shaft, nr parts that do not lit perfectly, might cause it. Somo riders have blamed it in the lit of their shoes, hut no accounting entirely satisfactory hascverbeen mndu. I'roluilily all tho mints mentioned will bo worth considering by thoso who have .suffered und wish to avoid it In future. Tho following runs will bo held to-morrow by the local clubs: (Villi. Start. nutination. An annul v. urcuueu .iiuuuicu ivnuii Biishwick Wheelmen Brooklyn Oillege Point Brooklyn Ramblers. ..HrooklMi Ixmg Beach Century Whei linen. . .Manhattan Asbnry Park Dewey Wheelmen.. Jersey City. .Midland Reach J-jisleru District W Brooklyn. .. .New R,hello Imperial Blcvclc Club Msnhattau LakcSucce. lAian Wheelmen Bnsiklyn Ainltyvllle Ismg Island Whet-lnieii.llnHikly n Asbnry lark Madison Wheelmen .Manhattan Unknown Nassau Wheelmen. . .. BnsAlyn Woodsburg Orange Wheelmen. (Iniuge Wbltestono Owl Club Wheelmen. New York Bath Beach Penn (Hen Wheelmen Brooklyn Cedar (Iroio Oueens Borough W . Richmond Hill . . . .Fort U'e St. (leorge Wheelmen. Mttnhattnn . ...City Island Wolfl-Aineil.-au.. . .Manhattan Jamaica WaverlyBlcyclo Club Brooklyn Amllyvllle INFORMATION FOR WnKEI.MEN. C. M. E. Applv to Keeretarv of the National A. C. V.. P. S. From Washlimton Heights tolling Branch, follow the route published in Tur. Si's on Aug. 5. (leorge Blschob.l. Yes; by the way of the. Boston Post Road Is a desirable route to BridgeiKirt. 2. It la In good condition. J, W. MrConuell. From FJirabeth to Plalnrleld take the road to Hoselle and continue through Crnu ford. WestSeld, Fanwood.and Netherwood" to Plain Held. M. K. From Fifth avenue and Fourth street to Fort Schuyler, follow Fifth avenue to Fifty-ninth street; continue to Mutt Haven; follow Willis ave nue to Westchester avenue, to tlnlonport.WestcUester to Fort Schuyler. V ho round trip is about twenty eight miles. NOTES. A telescopic mud guard that closet up so aa to be out of the war when not In use is the latest Parisian cycling novelty. It Is meeUng with popularity in France, and before, a great while may be looked for lu this country. Next year the Grand Prix de Parta will be worth $5,000 to the Qrst man. Half a million dollars has been voted for promoting spurts at the annual exhi bition. C. W. Miller of Chicago, winner of the last slx-dsy race In Madison Square (Jardeu. haa entered for the ,2-hour race at tue rare ilea rnncea, i-ana. 'inere will be elghteeu competitors. TheLont Island Wheelmen Intend holding "sea shore" runs during August, as follows: 14, Far Rock away; 20 and 21, Patchogne, returning via North Shore; 28, 1,ong Beach. GOLF. Trnvla Defeats Tyng nnd HrenUs Itecoriltnt Morris County. If young Holllns can defeat young Clark, tho latter beat Travis, who now has beaten Tyne decisively on his homo links nt tho Morris County Golf Club, will ono of tho collese set or ono of tho 31. O. A. open tournament set win the nmatour championship? This Is a rather complex question which reflects thefrnmoof mind of tho avorngo btudont of gollliic form who has hoard of tho last match between Tyng nnd Travis on the championship course last Wednesday. A fortnight ago. in tholr first mntcb honors wero easy between the two, but In tho last mooting Travis was 4 up In tha morning nnd increased the lead in the after noon, winning by 0 up and, 5 to piny. Tho cards were: Travis 6 8 5 5 4 5 (1 4 fl-43 Tyng 4 5 5 7 II 6 7 5 6 4U Travis 8 5 II 7 4 a 3 ll 4 41-84 Tyng 3 5 5 7 3 3 4 7 64281 Trnvis 3 4 4 II 4 5 5 4 fl 41 Tyng II 4 5 5 4 5 5 II 545 TraviB 4 5 8 II 4 2 4 5 5 43 84 lrtS Tyng 4 (1 0 U 4 6 8 7 4 45 DO-18t Bye holes, Travis's card looks good enough to win tho gold medal In tho qualifying round of tho ama teur championship, for ha ts?at tho record on each round by two strokes, whllo Tync's scorn would likely place him fur down on the list of those who qualify. CmcAoo, Aug. D. James Anderson of the Onwontsla Club won tho professional golf tour nament on the club links to-day with a score of lMfortho thlrly-slx holes, n icrformancu apt to stand for somo time, Hon! fell off iu tho nfternoon's piny, losing socond money to Smith, In tho initial half Anderson went tho distance in 7-ri strokes, reducing Ids previous record by n. Herd was H stroke nwny. Tlio Individual scores of the three leaders follow: Anderson Out 4 3 6 5 4 5 5 3 530 In 44 6 64624 3311 Out 4 It 7 8 6 6 ri 4 541 III 5 6 6 4 4 4 3 4 4-38-164 Smith Out 6 4 5 ll 6 6 It 4 645 In 5 5 It 6 4 6 3 6 341 Out 5 4 6 4 5 4 6 4 641 Il 4 6 6 5 4 4 3 4 3-87-184 Herd Ollt 5 4 0 4 4 4 6 4 641 In 6 li 6 4 6 6 3 4 440 Out II II 6 6 5 6 6 6 6-44 III 6 II 6 4 6 6 4 4 4 42-t67 JCiswponT. Aug. fj. The first women's golf oontest of tho season at the Newimrt links wns finished to-dny, It was for two cups presented by Miss Alice C. Rogers. Tho first cup wns won by MissO. Hubbard and the booby cup by Miss llogers herself. It wns a women's lioglo handi cap, medal play. In which nearly nil the women enthusiasts hero entored. Thorn were only live to bund iu their scores, howover, Thoy were: ,. ItamUcap, Scort, Miss O. Hubbard 12 1 up Mlsa Louisa Potter 4 (I down Mlsi M. ll. Husk II Hdnwii Mn.Wellark 12 14 down Miss Alice 0. Rogers II 1(1 down Othor players and tholr handicaps wero: MissBarger, 12: Mlsa Anna Sands, scratch; Miss Maude Wetmure, scratch; Mrs. John Jacob Aator, W; Mrs. N.Thayer, il; Mrs. Grant. Mlsa Hyde and Mrs. Bangs, each 18, The note In Tur. Hun of yesterday stating that a well-known actress had taken up coif prompted a well-known amateur to remark that one of the best women players on the Pacific Coast Is Miss Virginia Jackson, a lend ing netress of San Francisco. She Is not only a player, but the Inventor of a meshle that has found favor with other women players as a useful club Stnten Inland will bo unusually prominent In to-dny's colling. Kaeh of its thrco links will be occupied. There will be a match, eight on a side, between the Illchmnnd County Country Club and the New Ilrunswlclc Golf Club, anil also the monthly handicap. The fourth month ly handicap tor class A and li players win be , decided at the BUten Island Cricket and Bate. f aBMmajmaassamgggamamgs--. ' 1 ii . .. iiortismaii'jC (Scous. ,; 1CiVaiOantlV ",,!,,l,,,:m,A,r" I Pneumatic Saddle Post J Some riders may think that be- 1 cause thev prefer a hard saddle ll they would not like the Monty. Hut they would like it if they ; j tried it, for, while the saddle , still remains hard, all shock is ' ' taken up and is dissipated by the i pneumatic cushion ; and vibration j is absorbed, resulting in an in- I crease of speed. , Wei ciinrniitre tin- .Vlnnlv. K jon ilm.'r ' lllio U ult.-i tri illivs' I vital, bring II luii-h und wo villi refund jrnur iiinney. J A. G. Spaldln? & B;oi. : Sod J'n i-WmW Go, ISil-IUdX-iasailSt. , 211, ai.. 1.1 West 42,1 St. .KiM.vnr WAGON I TOR SPEEDING OR BUSINESS. ; IMS KM I KU MKU. CO., Hill tford, Conn. j flAWI ANfl litest models. :r, and MO: V. 'i ..' UnrtLIMlU ,,. i.ral allowance for old .1 Rir.VPI P5 "I lsliiivi'liiniiri'. 1 OHJiULLa, HTsllltWIIIT.I.l'O.. I.TJlJists-ilst. 'rillriH.-llot jisr's wimmh.S-:..-,! 'Sv'iil.'l.Tr.. 1- ltniliKII CO.. I8CIIA. Agniisiniitnt. ; THE sus a Harlem Branch 1 nn wkst iMTii sTur.trr m iilir Jtir.. ,w BRIGHTON """ I nanvn nniiv nt o-nn n. tvi. a UlMllEw ItalnorSlilu-. iviici-r! by l.iu.uir. ,;sf T.iieany Ci.uej lOsmt mile i b.-ill Club, mid ut the Umb'ir llll I l:;b t'u-ro S will Ih-u li:iiiilii-iiiHWiieitiiki-- Tlii-r,- v.'lll bu S cup liiiudli-aps nt I he lljill u-iol (.(.in Inl,. t ':-," iff cent A. t'. nml Mnriue mid l'leld i-luli- l'--:i'u J, llllltL-lli- tui-llldi the eoiiti'st lietWi'i-n Tuxedo , und ICimlow. ..l. nt Tiim'.I.i; o.-iktiitul mid , iJucemtl'ounty. nt (lien I'iivc. wlium tin- I'rult if, (up hiimlicnp will nl-n be plivoil. unit Hid ; iiieetlnir nf Wen ll'.irn uud lnltlleld, nt Wen i Hunt. There will he the usual haiiiliciiiw nt f Hhliiiu-ciH-k 1IIIN. H.-initnsa, I.onn- ami New- kiH. nnd on nlher niil-of-lnwii link-. A Tour- wmie for two silver euiw pii-M-iiti-d by tho S, llnard nf finvi-ninr will bo playi-d at the Aim- , vvanils (loir Club, lit lte. Tho cniii-KO of the liit Oraneo Onlf Club, .8 nlthoiiBh only oiieued on .Inly 4. In in fnireon- (lit ion ami hhoiild speedily beconio ono of tho M centres of Kolllni; Interest In the Oranues. Tho niembersliip limit of 154 has been reached, unit 1 there Is nlreaily n ennsldernble wtiltinc list. S tonipetltiuiis lire held weekly, aiidnmniic thoso S who aro plnylni: close to boulo nro .1. lirndshaw. a It. faultier, K. CI. Kent, and M. McCoy. Tho S offlcem fnr tho season are: l'renlilent. .Inhn l Mclntyro: Secretary, Merrick l'.WIIIett: Treas- urer.John C. Klinpp: Hoard nf Director. Ml3 U K. (I. l-'reelnnd. Miss Ilnithn llleliarils. James ll. s Ilillyer. I'Alwiird (. Kent. Marshall Purruck. f nnd Marshall rihupunl. .4 NOTE. ra F. T.. Henderson Is u competitor In theseriesj S nf weoklycup enntcsta at tho Norwood 1'arlc ,a Field Club. 3 TACllTISa. M Sir Thomas Llpton Opposeil tn NnnllnR S Special C'oiiilltinns In Ills Clmllence. M Special Calle Drsptitrh to Tub Sus. m London. Auc. G. Sir Thomas Llpton con- 3 suited the Yacht Ilnclntr Association and tho i llnynl Yacht Squadron In recard to tils chid- J leiiRo for tho Amuricn's Cup ns n matter ct jj courtesy. In order to allow them to cooperate In 3 Kivlni; to the challetiRe a broadly international character. 'J Tho council of tho Yacht Hnolnc Association j& replied thnt its jurisdiction was confined to 8 Kncllsh waters nnd did not Includo tho Itoynl 3 Ulster Yacht Club. Therefore, it was unable to M net officially In tho matter, but would sivo In- a formal support to the project. -S The conference with tho lioynl Yacht Bound- s ron was dropped for rensons which havo not j been announced, uud tho challence will issua i solely from the lloyal Ulster Club. ! It is nn open secret that Sir Thomas I.ipton , does not sympathize with the auccestlou j made by prominent members of tho lloyal S Yacht Sauadron that cortalu conditions should ig neconipany the challeiiEe. ,5 Ilerreshofl Una Not Ileen AaVed to flulld A & Cup Defender. Q Pbovidenci, Auk. 0. John B. iTcrreshoff. the senior member and President of tho - Herrcshoff Comimny, was seen yestorday In re- a card to the Amorlcn's Cup question. Ho said -9 that up to tho present timo ho had notbocnap- i proaehedby any onons ton new defender, and so declined to talk further. T.ntonn Wins the Emperor's Cup Off Cunei, 3 Sverial Cabtc DtipattS to Tnit 9o.-, London, Autr. B. Tho yncht race for tho Km- 4 poror's Cup took pluce off Cowes to-day. Tho ltowena arrived ntthe finish third, but the r;uo ,; wasnwardeiltoheron tlmonllownnce. Kiibe- quently thoeupwaBawnrdedtotholMitonnuion a tho Kround that tho Howcna had improperly '$ sailed over the course. 'if Cnnndlnns Want n llrnvy Hieere to Try Tbrlr Tnelits. : MoNTnKAb. AtHT. r. The third series of tha 3 trial races to select tho Canadian defender In J tho International yacht contest will take plnco to-morrow. Tho course will bo u trianKiilar ? ono. similar to tho ono over which tho Interna- tlonalrnco will take place on tho l.'lth. Iiitln -,jf ; trial nlreiidy held Duccnn's boat the Dominion " has had It all her own way, and there Is no doubt that she Is tho srecdlcst Imnt inn llcht breeze. Yachtsmen nro hopliic for a cood, stiff breer.o to-morrow, so that there may bo a fair test of the boats In all kinds of wenther. If the breeze Is ncnln llclit to-morrow iiirtner races will take place next week. All the boats with the exception of the Do. minion and the Speculator are out of tho qui s tlon. There Is nu Impression that tho Hpeeuln tor mlubt provo the most trm-twnrtliy boat III ' heavy weather. In that case It will bo n nice question for the Hnillni: Committee tndcuiilo what Unit will defend the flip. The talk nlsiut . tho Dominion not UdnKelluihlo is not rnenrdcil seriously. DiiL'Ban Is tnnexKrt u yachtsman toilnsiiriiiiny iMiat thnt vvnuld not fiillll n-- ,; qulremcnth, Until tlm Dominion mid Hn-ctila- , lorliuve been tlinrnuulily cleaned. varnMied und l.lncklended preinrntnry Hi the Hunt trials. , . ('. II. ('nine has been kept busy hIih-o lis nr- I rlvnl In MiiH-rlnlelnlliii: the ritrKliic 'f bis two I lionts. the Senwanbaka unit the ( hallcliu'i-r. .W Theynrn nUmt the same dimensions mid nro ; ' much shorter over all than the I'aiindlnn boats. ji There is very little difference U-twi-en tbo two . ,fl American yaehts.nlthoiik'h the lines of tlio Sea- ,ja wanhakiiapiieartnU'n shade liner than those of ;ij- thonowUiat. liitlieChallenccr'slltllnUHtni-tiil B' has been iIIsimmihi-iI w ith to ii eniisiderablo ex- fli tent und whI Mibstllnleil, Tim new Isiat him Jji blcycllnutiiblue, which has the merit of llcht- i- iiiKs, for hrn'-i-H instead nf wood, (rune has ,i linnl a Knod deal of nttciitluii lo the com- (i fort or the crew. The sclf-cln-inlni; cockpit h.n I). been illspensed with nnd n rooiny nnoBubsll. , i tuted. lMentyof deck mom h.-is been allowed. f The two boats will. It Is uxpeeted, bo nut for a , j spin tn.morrow. . I, Another Victory for Vnquero III. j j Nkwpobt, Aub. 5. Thosweepstako rnco this : afternoon betweon tho llO-footers wus vvon bf '-. r) Herman 11. Duryea's Vaqunro III., she finish- , ini: 1 minute and 24 seconds nheail or the Do- fc rothyll. It was n short rnce, to Hlshoii ltnclc b and return, eluht miles, in which the wind fl blew trom almost every isilnl id the (oini.asH. fl The Carolina fouled th" Dorothy II. anil Hern. forclnR the lutler on tho mark nt llishoii. so J nut ot llvoMnrters only three finished. All the fl Uints wero sailed by their owners. Summary: I yiaput i j Marl. FiUh. Tns. I float and Owntr, ll, w. s, il. M. s, li. ll. a. VaqueroIll.,H.U. Hiiryea.-.' r.MOii n 'J4 04 I ait 04 Ikirothr II.. H.P. Whitney .-- r,H ls 4 86 lis 1 Si !J h Wawa.lt. brooks 2 r.s mi 4 -JU as I as 32 f Hera. It. N. Kilts M ill Hid not finish. I Carolina, U, Jone 3 M (SI 1ml not llnnli. Ynclitlnc Notes. ' : Oar.rKwicii, Conn.. Am.'. r..-(ioru'e T. DomlnlcVa ' yae ht Varuna haa Just returned from a trip to Ilooth- L bay, Me. Kbs bad a very foirsy voyaee, baring; I aeen the sun only once In two weeks, Hubert E. I Tod'a Katbrina oea out of eoroniUalon at (lreen- k point to-uiorrow, owlnit to the death of Mr. Tod a iirntbrr. The sloop Ales, havlna ou lioard H. K. Horemus, U 11. All-iver. and I", a. TVinierrtlle, Indian Harbor yachtainen, left btre to-day orUhelUrlalau4 and Nawport oa a two waska' crulaa. I . J