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the Sixth Day's Events Closely
Contested. SRAND ATTENDANCE AND GOOD TEACK 7om Ochiltree Captures the Cen tennial Cup. 'ir?i Chanee, Warlock, Shylock and Polly wog alio Winners. ?ivtk day cf lh? tell id?? ting of tht American ey Club and waa the moat successful of tbo It waa marked lor tbo uaaauat number* of present and the general apirit and excitement oV tbe day'* sport. Tbe sun rose bright and early to dtyel any doubta about tbe weather, and aa noon ap'oacbed tbe arounea and roads leading to Jcroino tit were covored witb teabionable equipages filled wit ladlee and gentlemen bent on enjoying tbe day, un* Indicating their Intentions in merry cbat and taujter aa they sped along the road. Tbe sight waa caldated to drive out of mind a thought of hard times, andloked a living satire on such a thing as depression ? In ag phase of life. Tho trains leadiug to tbe traelc werorowded to the utmost, and tho Journoy ont waa enlivtod with a discussion ovor tho results ol the Wesuu elections "Why, it'e a walk over for Tilacn now,'*ald one man who looked more able to pick oat n wtnihg norae than n winning candidate. "Yo bo coutmued, "the republican party is like a brae that nobody thinks can loso a racs, and tho d(iocrata have entered several horses without maklnfnuch of a show. But they've got a good horao enteredbla time, and that mile dash, so to speak, la Indiana n Tuesday la a pretty good Index of what ha can do.' "No horse can travel on tha democratic track."*W another; "it's soft In some porta, bard In other Ho may go well somo of the distance, but he'll bebehind at tbe -finish, you bet.'' Tho train reached be grounds aa the above bit of political gos iip floi#ed, and the crowds poured out and made their way lugho track. The scene there waa a most engag ing oni The grand stand waa crowded with one of tbe largest'nd liveliest gatherings It ever held, tbe un usual timber ol ladies adding an extra charm to tbe piciur) Tho boya wero busy yelling out lor alo the card with tbo "name of tbe horao and the color ol the rider," and tbe tfiu of a inoculative torn of mind swarmed around tbu-Jool sellers and watched with eager interest for a cba.r o to buy their favorites. Tbo card oallod for five goot races, Including tbe race for the Members' Cup, a prvate sweepstakes, two purse races and a lour mile rif lor the Centennial Cup, the moat valuable pieco of pit to ever ofiered on tbo Amorican turf. Tom Ochil tree, Acrobat, D'Artagnan and Big Bandy were marked In heavy letters as the most probable starters In tbo long race, and great intorest was attached to the re sult, Tom Ochiltree, of coarse, being the favorite over all others Throughout this race tbe excitement waa Indescrlbabla The ladies caught the fever, and as the horses passed the stand on their long run hats and handkerchiefs were tbe only things to be seen in that locality, waving and tossing to a chorus of choera THB KACI.NO VIXTCKB8, Judges?Maura Withers. Purdy and Livingston. Timers?Messrs. Heckscher, Doswell and Lawrence. Clerk of Course?C. Wheatly. wiwmw Starter?Captain William M. Conner. The flxtnres were of an Important character, and they were decided under a fair sky and over a good track. The Members' Cup, on# mile and au eighth, members of tho club only to ride, proved an entertain ing introductory act Four accomplished gontlemen experts in ths saddle weighed out, and tUey mounted well known perforators at Jerome, having se cured the horses from stables at tbe course. Mr. Robert Conter eame to the post on Donahue's sturdy chestnut. Waco; Mr. A. B. Purdy showing with McDantcl's useful Madgo, Mr. W. E. Peet, with Reed's Gray Friar, and Mr. R. Peters on Media tor's speedy First Chance. The bearing of the riders did not suffer by comparison with the proiesalonal Jockeys, and aa the hornet Indulged In preliminary canters tbe veteran betting men gave tbe auctioneer all that he conld do by plunging on Madge. They held that she had averytbing in ner tavor, as Mr. Purdy had been tested In the pigskin and was not found wanting. Knowing that Mr. Center conld ride a horse ae well aa he ean sail a yacht, scores made Waco their candidate for victory, and wuh much reason. Gray Friar did not lacx supporters, and Fleet Chance stood lowest m the estimation of tbe ipeculatore. The dasntrig colors of tbe riders greatly pleased jhe aristocratic oompany on tho bluff, and Irom the reception accorded by all* hands it waa evident that the lact of their not being novices was generally known. As hsa often been tbe case during the meeting, and will be the caae ao long aa racing exists, tho well patronized favorite was beaten, and tbo neg lected First Chance waa piloted to victory, alter a rattling finish, by Mr. Peters, with a short bead to Spare. Madge obtained secona place and Waco third, lho mutuel pools paid ?49 &>. This was the first sur pn-o of the day, but all the contestants rau well enough to saitaly most ol tbo nnlncky, so In the best po-suuo liumor everybody sought tbe cards for tbe next t v. III. Tin- was tbe Centennial Cup, daah or four miles, and tbo rticii of the day ns well as of tbe meeting. Of t-.v. my-three nominations thore came to the post G. I. l.-rillurd'a loin Ochiltree, Sears' Acrooat, McDaulei's Big -111111/, Hnd Urinstoad'a D'Artagnan?quality aud quantity sufficient Tor a craeking contest. Ochiltree ?Ha- .ii once in moat demand, and became a hot favor ite, soiling in the auction pools lor more than all tbe others combined. Preference waa given the grand ton of l-exiogton and Kaiona because he hud ?I ways been honest, and under the belief that so outclasses the majority of highly trained racehorses lu general ability. That be is ? stayer his run and victory la tbe threo miles for the Maturity Stakes, second day ot the present meeting luliy proved; and that he is a weight carrying itayer, and that bli racing qualities bad not been im paired by his many contests of the season, that race slao confirmed. Acrobat, a genuine game horse, see year older than Ochiltree, gavo bun six pouuils more weight to Jog the longdistance, and there were hundreds who, knowing hia especial preparation for the event, oackod him to largo amounts as second choice. The spirit and determination which somo of these speculators displayed lor a moment duconcerted tbe Ochiltree supporters, but holding ou this occasion that It were well to reversa the old saying stipulating for "age before honesty," the latter would not lorsake their prefereuca D'Artagnan commanded some busi ness as third in tho poole. as did Big Bnndv, whoso lameness, It was felt, could be relied upon. Of course Ibe favorite commanded more attention than did uny ?f the others, as walking quietly round, ?lesr in the eye and bright in tbe coat, ?? on. In ten but what Was acquainted with the big horse. Aorobat also looked In splendid trim, and well be showed that such waa the case, ua tbe creditable Journey be made could only he performed by a horse In tine fix, firm of tlesb and clean within. Tbe others were not lacking the essential elements of con dition and health for u long course, and thus, witb a clean field and good riders, there wus lair reason that a determined fight would be witnessed. The sequel proved their conjectures to be just right. It was a good race from end to end, and the dash of Acrobat was of that stamp to glvo Ochiltree a run; yot while Tom beat hie icrmidabiu ball brother out lull three quarters of a length, be was so full orspeed and stay, this distance could have boon eastiv tncre**e<l. Acrobat cut out the work, nod assumed a I strong lead, which lie kept lor three and three-quarter miles, wher Ochiltree was sent to the Iront bv ilarhco ?nd wou lb* clover verdict us told, ainid a thousand cheers He returned to lne Bland, evidently not bav Ing cared for tbe diauoco ol ground, as bis pipes were i>ear aa a bell, and he looked arouud as If tbe louiney was yet to be made, "lie palled my arms nearly ofl," said Durbeo, "and 1 believe be could have gone ten miles to-day at the aamn pace." Ilia mug mil cent rietory has so nailed the lalth that bis owner and friends have in Ochiltree that they want him to have a try witb Unit older great four-year-old, 1 en Urneck who is by imported Phaeton, out ol Fanny Hollou! To Ibis end oilers will at once be sent Wes'l to bring about such a conclusion; but tbe chances aro against its favorable issuq, as it was believed that Ten iiroeck ran bla last race of the year, wben at Louisvillo, last monib, lie rushed tho record down to 7:15lor lour nulra Dig Sandy managed to reach the finish eighty yards behind Acrobat well used up, while D'Artagnan was tnado ?uch mincemeat ol that ho was u quarter of a mile astern at the finish and wuh strength scarcely suffi cient to walk ovor Tho laurels won by toe big borae were well uo-crved. Hieentuied five tried conclusions for tbe mile and a quarter, and ol ibem G. L. Lorillard'a Warlock stood the uiost prominent m the speculations. Deeds Athletic, Irom her public pcriorinuuce during the past week, was valued next In order, and many were firimy convinced that alio would gallop away iroin end to end. and turn the tables upon her opposera. 1 bat Sbo had staymg qualities sufficient ail know but there were uoubl* as to her apeou. and in this little bit or good judgment all who looked to tbe other names lor victory wore correct. Fronton's Courier, Do,?oll's llutca.t and GrinstMd's Memo mane up lne field Warlocg went out with a r.lear lead when the fiug tell and so well did bo maintain It he scored an easy vsruict by three lengtba Five sported silk for tho mile and three quarters. Tho aged Shylock was in-de u warm lavonte, with Lougstull'a I'arlnoraliip woll thought ol aa second Choice and Donahue'* Mew York, Reed's Oray Friar u4 Bank's Wstnreu u a teld. Tu muscle laden Sbyloek ru a wuimi race, and when it waa kls iim Barbae Mat him wbixziag iroiu the ruck like a meteor sad, never Hopping to ask permis sion, won lots in hand. This was Barbee's tnird winning mount of the dajr, and tba popular Jockey m consequence waa warmly congratulated. Loiigsiatr. tba owner of Partnership, wbo finished sec ond, bought Sbyioek lor $810, and as all over the price of $600 set against liia name In the race goes to the owner ol second horse, the new purebaae standr bir owner in bat little over the selling amount. A private sweepstakes lor hacks, sis entries, with gentlemen riders, fittingly wound up the great day's auuceuionl. It waa won by Mr. Alexander's bay mare, Holly wog after a bitter fight wltn M. Center's brown mare. Mr. Hardy rode a gray horse that would not have walked over the finish until night II he oould have had bin own way. He was beaten?shamefully so. ton nsitfiana' cor?sin fuulosoa Jskoub Hans, N. Y., Thiksimv, Oct. 13, 18711?Sixth Cay or ths Fall Racisu Ukbtiso or tkb AMtaiCAX Jockuv Clcb?First Kacb.?The Mam bars' Cum * sweeps lakes ol $36 aach, play or pay, with plate of the value of $300 and gdOU added; entrance money ($100) to go to the second borse; welter weights; members of the club to ride. Closed at the course, October 11, with four subaerlbera Value of sweepstakes (plate and money), $700. One mile and an eighth. K Haters' (C. W. Msdlngsr's) eb. g. First Cbanoe, 6 years, by Bay wood, out ol Dot, 140 lbs. ...(Hetsrs) 1 A. H. Hurdy's (D. Mcoaniei's) cb. m. Madge, 6 years, by Australian, out of Alabama, 140 lbs.. ..(Hurdy) 2 Rooert Center's (M. Donobue's) cb. g. Waco, 3 years, by Narragmnsett, out of Julictta, 130 10m (Center) 3 W. K. l'cet's (Coarlss Reed's) fir. c. Gray Friar, by Vandal, out or llettie Mart in, 140 lba (Feat) 0 Time, 2:03 Averago of pools:?Madge, $360; Waco, $226; Gray Friar, $110; First Cbauco, $00. Gray Friar acting baoly at the post delayed me start a lew moments, but at tbe first attempt the Hag was lowered and First Cbaneo made play lor tbe lead. Belore ttlir yards bad been gone over be was elsarol Waco, with Madge third and Cray Friar last Mr. Haters sent First Chance two lengths tbe best ol Madge in going under the judges' eyes, Gray Friar baviog deprived Waco of third place and passed ibis point two lengths In front ol Mr. Center s burse. First Cbauco sailed around tbo turn in gallant style, and bis rider, keeping bun well at bis work, bad Gray Friar, wbo bad taken second place, two and a half leugma away, while Madge was throe in front or Waco, now lalien to the rear, Mr. Comer evidently tnleudiug to ride a wailing race. Thus tbey ran by the quarter pole, but, golug out of slgbl around the club bouse curve, First Chance was showing Ibo way to Madgo by throe lengths, with Ursy Friar at ber girlli, three ic trout of Waco. Gray Friar attempted to stall oil Madge on the lower turn, mid was suecesslul. as fairly lu sight he was leading Mr. Hurdy's mare hall u length lu second place, First Chauce meanwhile shooting along at such a rattling pace that ho was nearly lour lengths In command on tue tarn, with Waco still astern. Gray Frisr moved up to First Chance looking into the straight, but the effort, thongb gallant, was fruitless, as lairly in tbe run for homo, Mr. Heters bad First Chance ono length the btat of tbe F'riar, while Madge waa a neck behind bun and Waco two lrngiba further off, with Mr. Canter whipping. Madge and Waco were called upon for a final attempt at tbe loriong polo, and there euaued a pretty and ex citing struggle between First Chance, Madge and Wace; but First Cbauco was still kept in trout by Mr. I'eters, and though Madge and Waco came with a wet sail tney could uoi reach tbe leader, sad First Chance wou a clevor verdict trom Madge by a abort bead, Waco a good third, half a length irorn second, Uray Friar six lengths in the rear. Had Mr. Hurdy seut Madge lor ber run a second or two before he did the result might bavo been different. Time, 2:03; THS CUNTESKIAL CCP?FOl'R MILKS. Sank Mat?Second Race.?The Centennial Cup; n sweepstakes lor all ages, of $260 each, $100 forfeit, with plate ol $2,600 and $1,600 in money added; tbo second borse to leceivo $760 out ol the stakes and the tbiru to buvo bis stake. Closed March 1, 1870, with twenty-three subscribers, of which one nomination is dqad, and eighteen pay $100; valuo ol awcepsukes, $4,400 In money, beside tbo plate. F'our miles. G. L. Loriliard'a b. c. Tom Ochiltree, 4 years, by Lexington, out of Kntona, 118 lbs. (Barboe) 1 R. '.V. Sears' cb. b. Acrobat, 6 years, by Lexing ton, out or Sally Lewis, 124 lba (N. Haywood) 2 D. McDanlel'a cb. c. Big Sandy, 4 years, by Aus tralian, out ef Gencuru, 118 lba. (Clarke) 3 J. A. Grlnstead's gr. c. D'Artagnan, by Lightning, out of Zingara, 118 lbs (Swim) 0 Time, 7:8(1 MILBB. First mile 1:55 ? Second mile 1:62 3:47 Third mile 1:65 6:42 Fourth mile 1:64 7:36 Boning?Tom Ochiltree, $1,600; Acrobat, $63$; D'Ar tagnao, $430; Big Sand/, $160. When the signal waa given Acrobat, Irotn the iostdo, cut oat the work, with Big Sandy second, Tom Ochiltree third and D'Arugnan In tbo rear, all running at a moderate pace. The turn being reached Tout moved up to second place and well into level easiness. Acrobat was ono length clear of the big horse, with Sandy third, two lengths away Irotn D'Arugnan, all the jockeys palling to ibuir utmost ex cepting Haywood, on Acrooat. Shooting along the quarter pole the same order aud distances separating them were maintained, bat going oat ol sight around tne club bouse curve Big Sandy retired to lour lengths astern ol Oohlliroe, with D'Arugnan one length iarther away, the leaders as before. Well Into the lower turn lorn wjnt up to within one length ol Acrobat, and the^ockeye- iu the rear, catching tho impulse, also increasedjheirpuce, and at tbo tnroo quarter pole the runseis were tailed out onelougth apart. Swooping into the straight Acrobat name away to two lengths in command, while D'Artagnau, who had taken third place on the turn, was the seme distance in front ol Big Sandy. Thus they ran down the homeward way, and, passing the sund with the Urst mile soored In 1:66, a crooat was at the post of honor, two lengths from Tom, who, under the strongest kind ol pull, was leadiug D'Arugnan one length and Big Sandy the same disuace away in the rear. There was no material cnango around the turn and passing the quarter-pole, but around the club bouse curve Tom was Marched up to tbo icad^ lor an instant. Vet going out ol sight he look b.Mrld place two lengths behind Acrobat, while D'Arugnan still maiuUluod bis place seven lengtbs to the good of Sandy. Tho same positions were noted along the lower turn as well as at the three-quarters, aud once more homeward houud, the only Incident worth narrating was tnat Big Saudy toil lurtber back, as in gulag by the judicial authorities the end of the eecoud mile, made in 1:62, and tne las tost of the race, Acrobat baa tbe sumo opening of two leugtbs irom Tom, with D'Arugnan seven away from tbe McDanlel'a representative. Now tbo excite ment was beginning to mauilest Itself and the interest in tbe race shown by tho buzzing and tho humming ol thousands, ibo two miles were lotted down ns 3:47. The quurter polo in the third tniiewas passed by tbe leader two lengths to the good, aud Ochiltree baviug his own wuy Just a trifle opened the daylight to seveu lengths from D'Arugnan, who was now looking as II In distress, aud to the initialed hanging out signals of being in difilcnliies. As tne club houso turn was reached lor tbe third time and tiio ladies on the hill side were greatly excited, Ochiltree began to aemon ?irate that Acrobat was unuble to hold his position, as going out or sight ne was only a length and a half lrom Boars' grand little horse, whilo D'Artagnau was rapid ly falling into the background, with Big Bandy still three lengths In the rear. Uarbce, seemingly kullslied with his forward movement, allowed tho leuuer to again obuin an opening ol nearly three lengths ou the lower turn, while D'Arugnan was twelve lengths away aud leadiug Sanuy tho old dtstsuce. Passing into tbe straight tbe sauiu order waa preserved, ana though there was no alteration the Inrlong pole was reached by Acrobat three lengths in command, D'Arugnan ten away from Tom aud Big Bandy closing up< n Urmsteau's bor.e with the uupionuuuceabie uame, b s trouble now becoming serious. Leaving this point Bandy rushed past tbo latter, and gotug by me judges lor the tmrd time Acron.it rattled along two leugiUs Irom Ochiltree, wttu Big Babuy three tbe best ol D'Artagnau, who waa now pract.cally out of tbo hunt. This mile was inado in 1:65 and the tureeln&:42. iu the llrst 100 yards on the fourth mile Acrobat was going to well that many ol ins ad mirers were Uaileriug themselves that at last Ochil tree hud met his superior. At tbo quarter pole bo was still two lengths In iruut, with Big Bandy seven away, and D'Artagnsn perfectly harmless. Along by the quarter pole, thou around the tura uud going out of sight, aiuid great excitement, there was no change, but working into the lower turn Uarbce with Ochil tree was treading on Acrobat's heels, the others living as beloro. Acrobat's jockey called upon him with whip and spur to bold the placo ol honor, but "Big Tom" would not be denied, uud, lengthening his strides aud coming with a rush, he shot out into tbe straight, and ruciug Acrotal down In less lime than tne words can be writ ten, assumed command. Dunning along as Barbee liked, lor tbo Jockey turned his head to look at Acro bat passing lliu U'lcgrnph board, Ucbillrce won with plenty to spare by three-quarters ol u .cugih. 11 g Bandy whs eighty yards away, used up and bauiy pun ished, while D'Artagu.in was still a quarter ol a nine or more down the straight Tbo latter could, Willi diffl cuity, walk over the llnisb. The lost mi.e waa made In 1:64 and the four miles in 7 ,6. TOM OCIIH.TKKO. The ytnner needs no icugiby description st this time, as the IIikai.d bun frequeuily given such to tne racing public. He is by Loxiugton out of Kaiona, she by VoQcher, out ol Couuloss, by imported Murgiave. Doing a big trained colt, requiring lime to till oat. Torn Ochiltree wss not started until three years old at Balti more. On tbe first day ol tbe spring meeting, 1676, ho won the opening event, a purse lor maidens, ol three-quarters ol u mile carrying lour pounds over weight. Following up his successlut ininatiou he secured tbe 1'rcakness Stakes by two length* from Viator, Buy Final third and six unplacod, The-e races were woo in sucu an easy manner mat bo impressed ail who saw him with the idea that bo was certain to capture some of the largo slakes at tne Kast, but Tom went oil' completely, failing to get anywhere near the Iront in the Belmont, Jersey, Derby or Ocean Hotel Stakes, Ho waa then thrown out ol training aud, alter a good rest, was taken In band lor bis lall ?n gagetneuts. Tho first ot tbeao was tbo Jerome Slakes, but in It lie failed lor place honors, Mr. McGralb sup plying first and aecouri to Arlstides and Calvin, Joe Ceres being third. In the Annual Sweepstakes ol two ml;es and an eighth Ochiltree was opposed to Chesa peake and Ascension, and so email whs Ins chance oi w tuning, in the opinion of tLo speculators, that the odds were over seven to one against mm. This did not prevent bim from becoming tbe victor, however, very easily by three lengths irom tne much fancied Chesa peake. Few considered bis form to be oorroct, so when bo started lor tho valuable Dixio Stakes over 'JO to 1 ?** obiainble about bun. The track was heavy, which just suited mm, aud lie won by u length irotn Viator and Joe Cerns, Aristldex lourlii. In the tireok enridg" Slakes Tom Ochiltree hud to put sp an addi tional five pounds for his winning the Dixie, and he only obtained third place to aristides and Viator. Ksrly this year bo passed Into the hands ol Mr. U. L. Loriiiard lor $7,o00 ami certaiu con ting' noes, and a remarkably cheap pnrcliaao be proved, for iu succes sion lie won the Baltimore Cup, or $1,200; Jockey Club Handicap, of $2,100; Centennial tftakes. 32.060: Mob month Cap. $1,900; Capitol Stokes, $2,200. Bla Orst reverse vu tn the All Ac* Sweep *UkM at Saratoga ol a mile and a quarter, whan Parola won by a dozen lengths, in tho Saratoga Cup be avenged liU defeat by beating Parole, when $1,860 waa credited to hia account. Heating until the present meeting at Jerome ho ap peared tn the Maturity Stakes, three miles, on the second day, when ho "mot and defeated Chesapeake, Maine A. and Gray Nun, winning easily by one length. Tbla added $3,900 to bin earnings, making a total up to that lime of $15,900. His victory yesterday In creases that $3,160, bis own slake not being Included Id tbe calculation, In accordance with the Jockey Club rule. This loots up the grand sum of $10,060 as hts year's winnlugs, besides the plate secured. 7 he amount may be atUI further increased II be appears In tbe Bowie Stake*, lonr mil* beats, to be run at Balti more, the coming meeting of tbe Maryland Joekay Club, Mr. Lortllard being a subscriber to mat event. A victory there as Ochiltree's final race of the year would make up an unparalleled list of triumphs, vim cisTiaaiAL cor. Tho cap which goes into tbe possession of Mr. G. L. Lortllard by Ocbiitree's victory, Is a group of dne stat uary in atlvar, with highly ornamental hos-rallefa of historic scenes upon the aides and ands ol tho dark marble base. These bss-roliei panels are of silver. It was designed by Mr. J. H. Whitehouse, and it repre sents a scene described by Washinxton Irving. Tne group represents Washington making a call upon one of hie thoroughbred brood marcs and her colt foaL Washington siunds with oue baud resting on the back of bis old lrlend, the mare, aud tho other extended toward ma young friand the coll loal. The mure is beautilully modelled. The colt appears to be a little SUIT in posture, but this Is natural, perhaps, aa he is propping liiniselt away from bis owner's nund. The Uguro of Washington is chaste, faithlui, lllelike. Just wbal the people want to see. The aaee, the diguitv and the lofty character ot the great iiwnaro beautilully bleudod with hla well knowu love for bis horses. One of the has reliefs depicts Washington leuditig his In fantry in a cnarge at the battle ol Princeton. The other represents his reception at Tranton by girls and women. UN a MILS AND A QUARTER?TUK11-YSAlt-OLOS. Sake Hat?Third Haul?l'urse $6U0, for tbreo ycar-olds; beaten tualdens allowed 6 lbs.; winuers during the year ot $600 to carry Slb.s, extra; of $1,000, 7 lbs.; of $2,000, 12 lbs. Knirauce, 6 per cent, tbe amount ($126) going to the second horse. Une mile aud a quarter. G. L. Lorn lard's ch. c. Warlock, by War Danco, out of L'inline, 118 lbs (Burbee) 1 J. A. Gnnstcaa's b. c. Mottle, by Uelbouruc, dam by lid ipse, 121 lbs. (Holioway) 2 Charles Heed's ch. f. Athiene, by 1'at Mmloy, out of Auua Travis, 110 lbs... (Walker) 3 P. M. West's b. c. Courier, by Bur Davis, dam by Lexiugton, 113 lbs (i'alloy) 0 Thomas W. BoswvU's U c. Outcast, by Leaming ton, out of Ortaua, 118 lbs (Swiui) 0 Tunc, 2:13>t. Average of pools?Warlock, $700; Athiene, $260; Outcast, $2U0; Courier, (106; Mettle, $106. Tliero was some delay caused by Courier's amies at tho post. Total the Urst trial Warlock jumped oB' in front of Outcast, with Athiene, Courier uuu Mettle following. Wurlock was a neck in advance ol Outcast passing the stand, with Conner at tbe letter's girth aud ibo others not far astern. Hunntng around tno turu Warlock obtained au opening of ono length ou Outcast, who lor an insiaui bad been headed by Atbleuu, but pus.MUg the quarter pole the leadui was only half a length the beat ot Doswell'a colors, with Aihletio third, Courier lourth and Mettle last. Down aloug the turn around the elub house knoll. Warlock drew eat one and a half leuglba In lront, with the others as before. Passing Into the lower turn Outcast mode the pace very stroug and Loriliard's colors showed in command a short length oniy as tbe loaders rushed into tne straight, Albleue now made her effort, ana Mettle from the rear begau to shoot through the group, when iho race be came quite exciting at ibo furlong |>ole. Warlock a length the best ot Mettle, with Courior half a length away, Athleno lourib, uavtng shot bor bolt, and Outcast last, in very serious difficulties. Warlock had plonty left, and he drew out of the struggle with tbo race in hand, und won easily by three lengths from Mettle. The same distance away Athiene rume third, with Courier lourth and Outcast a bad Qllh. Time, 2:13X. OMR MILS AND TURSK-QCARTKKS?SKU.IXO RACE. Saks Day?Fourth Hacs.?Purs* $600; the winner to be sold at auction. Horaes entered to be sold lor $2,000, to carry weight lor age; lor $L 600. allowed 3 lbs.; for $1,000, 7 lbs.; for $600, 12 lbs.: lor $300. 17 lbs. Kulrance, 6 per cant the amount ($12%), going to the second Dorse. Due mile end three-quarter*. J. G. K. Lawrence's U b. shylock, aged, by Lexing ton, outol KditO, $600, 114 lbs (Uarbee) 1 George Longstoll'e br. h. Partnership, 6 years, by Asteroid, out of Katona, 1600, 112 'be..... (Swim) 2 M. Donahue's ch. h. Now York, 4 years, by Planet, oat ol Hester, $800, 101 lbs (Matthews) 8 Charles Heed's gr. o. Grsy Friar, 4 years, by Van dal, out ol Ueilte Martin, $300, 101 lbs. ..(Walker) 0 W. P. Lurch's b. c. Wateree, 3 years, by Prussian, dam by Charley Bail, $300, 87 lbe...(KIcharaaon) 0 Time, 8:12)4. Betting?Shylock, $460; Partnership, $230; field, $260. The iavorlte didn't like his company, seemingly, and he gave tho starter mnch troublo, but Oualiy captain Connor sent them on their journey wttn Gray Friar tn the load. At tbe club house he waa nearly two lchgtMi unead ol Partnership, with Shylock a length behind htm, Walereo lourth and New York lifth. In this manner they raced around to tbe threo quarter pole, when Partnership woul up to Gray Knar's girth au tusunt and again fell back, the group looking Into the straight In tho amnio order aa be fore. A screw was found loose in Wateree at this juncture and he retired batstnd New York, and never alter was any trouble to hts companions. Jumping by the stand Gray Friar still showed the way to Partnership by one length, with Shylock third, in excellent position, New York fourth and Watero* losing ground evety instant. Hound the turn, by the quarter pole and swoeplng post tbe club house, the order as given was maintained; bat, coming into tight, Partnership made play for the lead, and, doing his work well, wrested tbo position Irom Friar. Be hadn't steam enough to retalu it, how ever, fur the old horse Shylock, huviDg more fool than Partnership, came with a rush from third placo and bunting up the other* sharply beoume the leader by one length at tbo bead of the straight, with Partnership ball a length away from New York, and Gray Friar throe further off, Wateree six. In the rear. In this way, with tbe leaders getting tbe whip und spar, all cam* striding homeward, and at tbe lurloug pole Partnership gave np tho pursuit ot Shylock, when the old huree sailed by tbe authori ties and won by three lengths train Partnership, New York two lengths away. Gray Friar fourth and Waterco a bad fifth. Timo, 3:12)4. George Longilaff bought the winner for $810 THRSS-QUAnTBKS?RACK FOR HACKS. Sam* Day?Fifth Hack.?Private sweepstakes for backs, $16 each, play or pay, to go to the winner; sec oud to ssvo his stake; weights, 140 lbs. or over; value of sweepstakes, $06. Three-quarters of a utile. Harry Alexander's b. m. Polly wog, 141 Iba (Alexander) 1 Robert Center's br. m. , 140 lbs (Center) J K. I'etor's gr. m. Luiio, 162 Iba (Peters) 3 W. K. Peet's b. m. Pauline, 141 lbs (Pest) 0 H. C. Uaticock s Persuader, by Revolver, dam by Ringgold, 146 lbs (Griawold) 0 Jaa Soulier's gr. h. ?, 141 lbs (l'crdy) 0 Time, 1:26 >4. Pools.? I.Ixxie, $130; l'oilywog, $126; Persuader, $90; Center's brown mare, $76; Boulter's gray horse, $50; Paulino, $65. Pollywog, Irom the outside, Jumped away with Its lead, Pauline next, in irout of Persuader, who was ahowiug the way to tho gray Mr. Purdy was ridiug, while Mr. Ccnter'a brown mare was ; tbo last to leave tbe post. Pollywog was one length In lront of Lizzie around tbe club house curve, with the others as before. They could not be readily distin guished going out of sight, bat when in level work, on tne turn, Pollywog bad opced Ills lead to ouo length Irom Lizzie, Persuader and Ceuter's brown mare being her imme diate attendants, third and lourth; Paulino tilth and Pordy's gray last, already hopelessly beaten. They hold tlie-o positions coming into the straight, and each of tho leaders tnudu u last desperate otlort In tbo run home, out Pollywog Hailed off every challenge aud doing all the running. Mr. Alexunder won a clever verdict bv hall a length irom Mr. Center's brown mare, I.lzzio a good third. Paullfte fourth und Peisuidor tilth. Mr. Pnrdy's gray horse was just sblo to walk over tho | score fully two minutes alter the rsce was decided. | Time, 1:26 >4 MUTUAL POOLS. Ticket Ticket! On ir.'nner. JSo. told. winner PaitL 1?First Chance. 06J 1,099 l?J $49 50 1 2?Tom Ochiltree 775 3.423 2,014 8 on ! 3?Warloc k 782 2,060 1.048 1 2 00 4?Shyloc k 785 3,id9 1.060 9 40 ] 6?Pollywog 732 239 1,384 21 90 j KXT.tA DAIS AT JSKORR. It is the inlsuliou o( ihe Jockey Club to give two j or thrco exirs days'racing at Jerome, und tho sport 1 wilt oe so arranged as not to intcrlore with tue Haiti more meeting. I bo lluac has not Ih-cd set, hut It will probably l>* ihe week lollowiug tbe Maryland Jockey Club reunion at Pliulico. TROTTING AND RUNNING AT WHITE PLAINS. The trotting at While Plains which comraeuced on Monday wo* continued yeiterday. The following are the summaries of the events that came off. WaaTCHlaiau Hrivi.no 1'ars, Dot. 12?Thibd Dat.? Puree i2)0, lor ail boraea th.U hud never beaten 2:50; mile lienta, boat three iu live, lu harness; $100 to the flrai, $oo to the second ami $40 to the third horse.' KxraiK*. M. H. Whipple'* blk. a. Aemulua 1 1 I) Mariball'a blk m. Holly 2 (Us J. L. llaiatead'a br. a. Peio awry or. r. K. Kdbrooke's a. g. Charlie dr. C. K. Truman a b. g. Charli'y K Or. 8. J. Helium's br. g. Mohawk Or. P. Manee'a br. in. Flirtation dr. TIMS. Quarter. Hal/. Mile. Pint beat ... 41* 1:'25 2:47* Second boat 3S 1:16 2:36 same Hat?Kunnino. ? Purae $100: mile heata; $5 to the Oral, $30 to tie second and $20 to the third horae. STARTERS. W. Callahan's b. g. Bay Kuin 1 1 Daly Brother*' b. ni. Leruna 2 2 Dr. Ogle's b. h. Fleetwood 3 8 Tunc, 1:40*?1:43*. Kami Dat?TnurTiNO.?Puree $400. for horses that bad never beaten 2:30; }200 to me flrat, $100 to ilia second, $00 to the third and $40 toibelouith horae; mile beats, best three mflvo, In harness. starter* H. Ballow's ch. in. Favorito Ill I. H Dablnian'a ih. m. I.idy Prilchard 3 2 2 M. II. Whipple's b. m. I.ndy White 2 3 3 J. li. llaroeok'a w. m. Funny Atwood 4 4 4 Tina, Quarter. Half. Mile. Pint heat 30 1:10 2:30* Hecoud beat 3S 1:16 2:3o* Third liaat $? X:id 1:321* HICING IN I1NNHI. Last Day of the Nashville Blood Horse Association Meeting. FOUR EXCITING RACES. Baden Baden, Jack Sheppard, Madge Doke and Highland Vintage the Winners. N aihvillk, Oot 12, H78 Ths weather wsa charming to-day, lbs track In capital condition and the racing excellent. There wsa a very good attendance, much greater than on Tues day, and the racing being of a superior character tbo people were better pleased. Many ol the old horse men ot Tennessee, Kentucky and Mississippi wero on the ground, and they romlnded each other of races that took place In the good old days of Leviathau and Glcncoe, ami likewise canvassod tho merits of tho get of other importations that hare done 10 much for the American turf. This waa, for some unexplained reason, tho lust day of the meettug, the management having changed their programme Irom alx to three days. Tho programme called lor (our racos, tbo llrst tho Young America Stake No. 2, the second tho Sewaneo Stakes, tho third a dash ol a mile and the fourth a dash ot a mile end an eighth, all ot which canio oil'sat sfoctorlly, particularly to the lieidere, aa there woro surprises during the day to the backers or favorites. THK rillST RACK was the Young^America Stako No. 2, for two-year ?Ida; a dasU of a mile; $25 entrance, play or pay ; the association lo odd $300; the second horse to have $60; the winner of tho Young America Stako No. 1 to carry f lbs. extra. For this event there were twenty-eight nominations, live of which oamo to the poat. Theso were 1). Swigert'a ehestnut colt Badon Baden, by Aus tralian, dam Lavender ; H. B. Douglas & Co.'s bay tllly Barbara, by Bonnie Scotland, dam Talulah; \Tilllatn Mav's gray Ally Alice Murphy, by Bonnio Scotland, dam Betlle Martin; F. W. Horn's chestuut colt King William, by Fosthr, dam by Albion; and N. B. Cheatham's chestnut colt Jo. Burl, by Bon nie Scotland, dam Noty Price. in the betting Swigerl's ontry Baden Badon was tho lavonte against the Held, notwithstanding that Mayo'a Ully Alice Mur phy had hosts ol Irionds, who were willing to back her for her fine perlormance In tho Aral day's race with Belle of the Meade. The starl waa a good one, with Jo Burt In the load, which he matntalnod around the turn by one length, Barbara second, Baden Baden third, King William and Alice lying back about four lengths. At the Anlah of the Oral half-mile Barbara took the lead, Badon Baden second, Jo Burt dropping back to third place, Alice Murphy and King William fourth and Afth and closing. Getting Into tho lower turn, Baden Baden waa tent along sharply, and aa the youngsters enterod tho homestretch he wss on even terms with Barbara. At tho lurlong pole Baden Haden drew away Irotn the others and *011 by one length, King Wifliam second, Barbara third, Jo Burt fourth, Alice Murphy Altb. Time, 1:40,*. TIIU SSCOND HACK was the Sowanee Stake* for three-year-olds (foals of 18731 subscription $60, hall forlett, the Association to add SOW. Two mile heats; closed with twenty soveu nominations, but two of which come to the post. Those wsre Williams ft Owlng'a chestnut colt Creed more, by Asteroid, dam Target, by HlAeman, and William Mavo's bay colt Jack Sbappard, by Jack Malone, dam Septlma, by Browu Dick. Aa only the above named came lo tho post the Interest was light in rrp'oo.'ru ?? creedkor. would letch $100 wh.lo Jack Sheppsrd would be knocked down for $10 against Pint i/eat-Alter four fslsu attempts, caused by Croedinoro refusing to go up to the string, tbo drum tapped with Jack sneDtard In tho lead by iwo lengths, wumh advantage he held around tho turn and to the ?rat Snarl" Jack waa running under a pull at the half-mile pole, wtieu Croedinoro movod up and en deavored to tako the "m"'. but H wa* soon discovered that he could not outrun Jack who continued to hold his lead to the end of the Arst mile. Jack showed the war around the turn to the quarter pole on the second mlip, passing that polut in 2:15, and It was SDDarctit that Creedmoro had his milch, and that ho could not long atand the driving that his Jockoy was giving him. Jack Sheppsrd continued to keep a gap open to the end. winning tne beat by three lengths. The mile and a hall was run In 2:40, and the two miles )u 3:36?*, which was the best two miles that has ever been made over tho Nsahvillo track. Second 7/cot?The backers ol Creedmoro wero not ?unified that their favorite had met one that could W him, and they were .till willing to but $100 to $40 on Creedmoro against tho colt who had beaten him ao easily, tho beliel being prevalent that Jack Sheppsrd could not repoat two mile* In decent time, but the result proved that they wero mistaken, lor jack SUeppard took the lead at the atari, was never headed and galloped homo ?n easy wtuner In 3.42>?. TUB TUIRB RACU was (or two-year-old* that had uevor won t race, u dash of a^nile^ for a purae of $2* For tnl. ^ont there were six starters, comprising H. B. Douglas ft Co.'*bay tt'ly Bell# Isle, by Bonnie Scotland, dam Ar nk* bv Asteroid; G. W. Harden ft Co.'s bay con John by Glengary, dam Fanny Bugg by Ambassador; J- W. Guest's bay Ally Madgo Duko by Bayonet, dam Tick, N. B. Cneat bam'i nay Ally Belldemoua, by Brown Dick, dam Eloctra. by Jack Malono; W. Mayo'a chestnut Ally Annie 0., by Foater, dam Heliotrope, by Motoor and W A. Brown's bay Ally Beersheba, by Bonnie Scoi Und dam Lautans, by Captain Elgle Tbl. race ' d . v#ry exciting one. At the start Ueershoba look lbo traek. closely prosaod by Madge Duke and Belle Die aud both of the hitter wore closo up to Heerabebu at the Aral quarter. Ueorsbeba then opened a gat- ol two lengths on the others and oontlnuod to lead uutii passing tho ball-mile pole, when Uaugo Duke and Beile Die both passed her. Entering the bomeaireich, it was dilllcolt to Judge aa to which of the trio would urovo the winner. Alter n hard struggle Madgo Duke won tbo race bv hair a neck, Belle lalo second, Beer ebuba third. John Manuel fourth, Belidamona tilth. Annie C. sixth. Time, 1:48. THS VOfKTn RACK, was a free handicap lor all ugos, a dash ol a milo and an eighth. Thero were lor starters A. Keene Riobards cnostnut coll Kedding, by Hurry of the West, dam by Joe Sloner, 4 years old, 104 lbs. ; J. Davis chestnut colt Pythias, by Vsndnl, dum Sally Crow, .1 years old, WO lb*.- W. C. Motiuvick's bay llllv Highlind Vintage, by Vandal, dam Camallo, 4 years old W2 lbs., and M# Guild's chesmui Ally by Enquirer, 97 lbs. The race proved Dial lo the kuowlng ones. Bedding was a big lavorito over th# Held. At a llrst attempt at a atari Ibu drum was lapped, aud uwayr the went with Pythlaa and the Enquirer Ally Issdug. Bedding third, Highland Vintage about lour lengths m lbs rear. In this way thev passed the stand. Going ? way irom ihoro uroutiU turn ant' umeriiig iDo buektiretcn Bedding moved up uiid took second place the Enquirer Ally dropping hack to iblrd placo. Alter passing tho balt mllo pole Highland \ inlago mude play, and aa tho horuea enlcrod lhe houicslreich sho lisd ovsrtakeu the loaders, and at tne lurlotig po o s le drow away lrom them and won by uvo Duglli*. Time, * U was discovered alter the raco between CroeUmoor and Jack Shepnaiil that Cicodinoor bad broken down, , and It is ?upposcd that bo never will be ebie to appear In a race ugain. Tuo lollowing are tho si RKAHisa. Nashville Backs?Thiku aso Last Dat, Octohkr ll?Fmsr Back.?Young America stake No. 2,lor two vear olds- a oash ol a mile; $26 euirauce, play or pay, the association to add $300; second horse to have $-.0; the w inner ol Young America Stake Nu. 1 to curry & lbs. extra. rtartim. D. Swigert'a ch. o. B*U?n Baden, by Auiiraiian, dam Lavender y*' V. W. Horn's en. c. King William, by Jotter, dam H.bSAl>oug?Ru 'ft cIk'u b- * V' Barbara, by Bonnie Scotland, dam Talulah ?? ?' N. B. Cheathnm'a ch. e. Jo ilent, by Bonnie Soot * land, dam Naty Price ???? ?? ? W. Mayo'a g. L Alien Murphy, by Bonnie Scotland. dam Uetlie ? Time?1:48*4, uamr Dat Srro.ni Raps.?Sswance Stake, for three vear-olds (losls ol 1873); subscription $50; hall I or loll; tUo Rssocialion to add $000; two mile heals: closed with twenty-soven nominations STARTKKS w. Mayo'a h. c. Jack Shsppard, by Jack Malone, dim Septima Williams ft Owing'scb. c. Creedmoor. by Asteroid, dam Target. ?????? Time, 3:36J4?3:4- , Sams Dat.?Tbird Racs?Parte 6200, lor two-year olda that have nover won a raco. A dsah of s mils. BTARTKRt. J. W. Guest's bw t Mail go Duke, by Bayonet, dam H. a ' Douglat* ft' Co.'a*b." f." Bsile Iaie, by Bonnie Scotland, dam Arnica W. A. Brown's b. f. Beersheba, by Bonnie ScotUud, darn Lantana G. W. Harden ft Co.'s b. a John Maunel, by Glen vary, dum Fanny Bugg ????? i"P N. B. Cbestham'a b. f. Belldemona. by Brown Dick, dam Klectra Time, 1:48. _ ., Bars Dat?Fourth Kacr.? Free handicap for all ages. A dash of s alio and an eighth. sr a a reas. W. C. MeOavtck's D I. Highland Vintage, l>y Vsn del, dam Vsraailo, 4 years old. 92 ihe..??.?????? ? ? 1 A. Keens Richards' ch. o. Redding, by Harry of tho West, dam by Jo. Stoner, 4 years old, 104 11,1 * Mr. Guild's oh. f., by Enquirer, 4 years old, W7 lbs.. 8 J. Davis' ch. c. Pythias, by Vsudsl, dam BsllvCrow, 3 years old, 00 lbs. ? ' Tuns. 2 .02U. TROTTING AT BEACON PARK. Hon to*, tlui., Oct 12.187?. There were two iretti at Beacon Park to-day, of which the following are summerles:? Fibst Taov?For hones of the 2:34 clean Porae |3U0, mile lieala, beat three in Ore, in haraesa. R m. Deligbtlttl J 1 1 1 B. m. Grace i ? i a Br. a * J f J G. g. Warwick ? ?? * * lllk a. Tartar 8 ?.A U. e. Cheater * * ar' B. g. Prize ?"? Time. 2:37?2:84?8:33)4?2:33)4. Sacoao Thot? For horses oi the 2;45 class; puraa S2U0; at Be heats, beat three In live, in harness. Bik. g. J. i'. Kelioy ? i i B. nt. Carrie Allen * ? * ? B. g. Little Fellow < ? j ? Ch. m. Clara J 3 8 8 3 Time, 2:37?2:33?2:34?2 M. TROTTING AT SCHENECTADY. The meeting of the Schenectady Driving Park Asao elation closed to-day. The trot lor 2:45 horses waa won by George In 2:47, 2:48 and 2:48)4. ? , Tommy Hyau won the 2:30 puree. Time, 2:38J<? 2:36 s.?2:42*. The trot lor horaea that had never beaten 2:50 waa won by Farmer Brown In 3:01,3:01)4 and 3:00. The trot lor horaoa that had never beaten 2:35 waa won by Tommy llyan. Uta Umo waa 2:45, 2:44 aud 2:42. YACHTING. OPBH1KO OP THB BACK FOB TUB LOUBAT OCBAN COP?TUB IDLBB BOUNDS TUB SOoAi WEST SPIT WITH A HALF-MILE LEAD. Wilb a Cloar aky aud a light aoulhorly wind the yachts Idler and Atalanta a tar ted yesterday upon their course to Capo May. That these should have been Ihe only eotrlos for the valuable Loubat cup was, doubt less, owing to tho latoness of the season and the (act that many of tho yachts aro already laid by lor tiro wluier. As it was, tho two mentioned got away under circuuutauces vory unfavorable to a fast or enjoyable run. The Idler belonas to Mr. Samuel J. Colgate, and the Atalanta to Mr. William Astor; both gentlemen being members of tbc Now York Yacht Club. Tbo lorino1' boat is 191.26 tons by old measurement, and llio latto it but 145.56 tout. The regulations of tho raco gave a time allowanco of twelve aecouds to the ton, which makes a dlfferonco in favor ot the Atalanta ol nuts minutes and eight seconds. TilK COCitSB to be sailed over is "Irom off Owl's Head, New Yark Harbor, ovar the regular regalia course ol the New York Yacht Club, to aud around the Sandy Hook lightship, lcKViug tho iddiu on tho starboard hand; thence to aud around the lightship on Five Fathom Bunk, off Cape May, und return to Saudy Hook light ship, lsaving both ou tho port baud." t he yacht Vesta, which tho owner, Mr. S. M. Mills, had courtooualy placed at the disposal of the Judges, proceeded to a point off Uwl's Head at u little belore throu o'clock. Mr. G. L. Height, chairman of tho ltegatta Committee, New York V acht Cittb, acted in tho'capacity ol both Judge and timekeeper. TUB START At precisely 3b. 15m. iho preparatory signal waa given, consisting of one gun and the lowering ol the club signal carried by tho Vesta. Ten minutes later the same signals wero repoatod, as an order for Ihe yachu to cross the lino. With a southerly wind und against a llood tide tho two boats slowly beat their way toward tbo point. Both carried club topsails and set their loreiopsails Just previous to crossing tbo Ituo. Tbo Atnlsiita was nearest to tho Loug island shore and crossed tlrsi. at 3b. 32m. 30s. Tee Iulor followed exactly two minutes later, and tor the lirst hall milo both sailed closoly to the wind. The Atalanta seemed to strike a favorahlo current at onca, gaining perreptsblv on bar antagouiaL She then went upou a loug starboard tack toward the lower end or Siaien Island, whllo '.he Idler llrsl made a short taok close In to the Loug Island shore. W hen they crossed the Atalunia on her port tuck waa still considerably ahead. The Idler, on her port lack, attempted to lay out past Fort Dutmoud, which would have glvun her a great advuotuge Fulling to do this sho tacked at 3b. 55in., tho Atalauta at about tbe sauio tlmo lacking also. Crosaing again the lattor boat showed still a lurtuor gain. Another tack was made, and when iboy catnc togetbor again, off Coney Island, the ldier took the lead. At this time the Vesta, which had followod tho race, turned back; and when last seen by those on board her the two racing yschts were making toward the Southwest Spit, tho Idler slightly in advance. A despatch received afterward from Sandy Hook says tho Idler rounded tbe spit at 8U. 06m., tbo Atalanta being hall a mile astern. Unless important changes take place in tho wind and woalfeer tho yachts will not be hoard Irom again belore to-morrow. MINIATURE YACHTING. To-morrow afternoon, at Prospoct Park, the three fastest sloops of tho Long Island Club?the La Baya dere, Commodore Voorhlea and Maria?will sail a mutch, beat two out of three, for the champion pen nant, for sloops, of their club. There will he other races also. THE CORNELL UNIVERSITY CREW. As the University that baa fnrnlshod the winning crew In the last two college regattas at Saratoga, Cor nell ts about to clatm tbe privilege of lending a chal lenge to lbs winner of tbe Uxlord and Cambridge race, the slrugglo to tak? place over tbe well known course from Putney to Mori lake. A meoitng of the Ccrnell University Alumni Association ol this city will bo bcid in the Svening I'o$t building on Friday, October 26, to take further action In support of the measure. SPORTING EVENTS ABROAD. Mr. Gornm purchased Warrior lor 3,000 guineas pre vious 10 his defeat at Newmarket on the 2Hth uit., and he ran tn Oomtn's colors. Farnese was sold to Lord Lascolles tor 300 gulness, alter winning the Bobatn Stakos at Newmarket, on the 2Slb ult. Captllairc, two years eld, has been sold to Sir George Cbetwynd lor ?400. Captain Mitchell gave 2.000 guineas for Hesper, a fall ing olTol 600 guinoas on the price given for him when ho deloated Lowlander at two pounila leas weight la the spring. A meeting of the Jockey Club waa held at Newmar ket on the 27th alt. 1'resent?Admiral Rous, Sir J. Astley, Mr. Alexander, Mr. Case-Walker, Mr. Crawley, Mr. W. S. Crawford, Sir 0. Uhetwynd, Lord Dupplin, Mr. H. W. Fitxwilliam, Colonel Forester, Lord Fal mouth, Mr. Gerard, Mr. Houldsworlb, Mr. Payne, Mr. Savile, Mr. Vynor and General Wood. TUo committee appointed iu the Craven mooting to tako under con sideration a rearranged code of rules submitted a re viaed copy to the elub, which was ordered to be printed, aud the stowarda gavo notice tliat they pro posed to bsvo them read over and put to tbo vote lenuCim in tuc lluugltiou mooting The lolluwiux aro sumo ol the moat Important al terations suggested Kvcry meeting must be advertised In tha Hating Calendar. I ho advertisement must state that the meeting la lo be suoject to tlio Rules ol Racing aud muat stale the days ou which the mooting is to begin and cud, and the uaiiiea ol two or more persons us ?towards, and ol tho judge, starter and clerk of the scales. U'bou any pnhlic money is added to any race or races at a meeting not iu<>ro than ono-lhird ol tho total amount ol such money shall he given to a race or races of less than usu litilu lor horses three years old aud upwuid, or to a race or races in which horacs unuer in n o years old cuu run. No meeting mull bo advertised in tha liatinj Calendar unless tho publio money to bo added ho not less than A meeting shall be deemed to coininenco at ten tn the morning of tbo day lor which tlis Urst race is ad vertised and to conclude at ten In tha eveuing of tbo last day oi the mccs. Tho stowarda ol a meeting shall bavo full power to make ail tucli arrangements lor the conduct of tlio meeting us they think lit, and to regulate and control the couduct ol all ullictala and of all jockeys, grooms aud persons attendant on horses, aud to determine all qurslioiis or disputes arising Uelweon any persona at or In relation to anything douo or omitted In relor enco to racing, exocpt only disputes or claim* relating to bets. If any oase occurs which la cot, or which Is alleged not to be, provided lor by these rules, it shall be do teriiiiucd by the stowarda In such nuts nor as they thmk Just, and they shall report the case, with their decision (and with tboir consent to an appeal if they givo such oonsent), lo the stewards of tho Jockey Cluo lor coniirtnation. The decision ol the stewards, or of the stewards of tho Jockey Club In case of appeal, shall bo final, and shall not n* questioned lu auy court, oxespl by leave of the stewards by whom It was tuaoe. A steward may appoint a deputy at any time, and must do so in c.t*e oi bis own absence. Tbo power* of the alewatda continue after the meet ing lor all purposes relating to disputes, objections, penalties and disqualifications. a name may be claimed lor a horse, either by entry and publication, aa mi ntionea in the loregolng rules, or at any time by sending the pedigree to the Registry 11Hire. Win-ii a name baa been claimed (or a-horse In either of the above way* any other horse lor which the aamo uamo is altrrward-claimed must be distin guished by tho addition of tha numerals 11. or HI., set, and by the names of the aire and dam. If tha sums name la proposed or claimed lor two or more horses at the same tune the order of propriety shall be determined by lot by .Messrs. Wealherby. Any per son catering a horse in contravention nrthia rule anal! be liable to n fine not excepting fitly sovereign* A horse cannot be entered in ihe real or asaumod name ol any person asbia owner nnless that person's interest or property in the horse la at leaal equal to thai et any onu other person. A corrected alphabetical copy ol Um Forfait List ?I)all be published \u lb* Brit calendar of every month during Ibt racing tomon. Much monthly lial shall comuianca not le-s than three year* belore the tiino at which It 1* published and altall bo carried down to and Ihcludu tba lalcil Forfeit I.let which baa been published in tbu Sheet Calendar aa above mentioned. Tim clerk ot the course at every meeting "ball put np in hia otltcu during aucb meeting two copiea ot tbu laat Monthly List lor tbo lima being. If any horse which, or the owner ol which, la in any Forieit List ta entered lor a race, the clerk ot the courae or other person taking such entry aball be fined ?10. if a horao which, or the owner ol which, ta in any forfeit Lial, runs in a race, the owuor of auch hursv ahull be tiued ?50. CREEDMOOR. www TEAM BBCOBD Of TBB AMEBICAX BlFLl CLUB IN THB INTEBBTATB MATCH. A rather remarkable match waa abot yesterday al Creed moor by a team of eight markamen repreaentlag the Amatear Rifle Club of this dir. The competition waa for the honors, and came within the category of an Intarstato match, which was ahol under the auspices of the Cresosat Ctty Bills Club, of New Or. leans. - Tho match rsaulted from an Inrltatlon by the Crew cent City Kltle Club, extending to all organized loaf range shooting societies throughout tho country, li waa accepted by a coualdcrablo number of rifle debt in soreral State*, among them being the Amateur Riflt Club, New York; Leather .Stocking KlUo Club, Uosheti, N. y! ; Providence (R. L) Rifle Club, Rochester (N. Y.) Amateur Rills Club, Worcester (Mess.) Sportsman's Club, Northwestern Rifle Association, Chicago, 111.; Amatear Rifle Club, Milwaukee, Wis.; Connecticut RlfloClub, Burlington (VL) Rifle Association, Ogdens burg (N. Y.) RHlo Club, the Hudson Riser Rifle Asso ciation. Pougbkeepsie, N.Y., and the Crescent City Kiflo Club, of New Orleans, who were the Initiators of tho competition. The condition! of tho match wero that It should come off on the 12th of tho present month ; each club to shoot on Its own range, under the rules of the Na tional Rifle Association which sro la forco at Creed moor; each club or Stato to be represented by a team of eight men; distsncos, 800, 000 and 1,000 ynrds; fifteen rounds and no sighting shots st each range; weapon, any rlllo within the rules of the Na tional Rifle Association?that is, not to exceed ten i pounds in weight and with a minimum trigger pult ol 1 three pounds; position, any without artificial rest. Kuch team to be represented by s Judge or umpire ol their owu selection, to bo statlonod st eaeh of then adversaries' ranges. 1 ho result of the shooting to be telegraphed to the Crescent City Kllie Club, of New Orieaus, as soon us practicable alter the record* ars compu ted, and the scores to bo lurniahed by this club to the press for publication. Tho Amateur Club of this city was represented by a loan: consisting of Messrs. Allen, Ruth hone, Weber, Farwelt, Blydenburgh. Bruco, Jewell and Sunford, with Auderson F. Hyde, Uotgcr ana Cunliu as tho reserve* Colonel C. B. Mitchell, President of the AmaleurClub, was, by vlrlso ol his olflce, enptaiu ol the team. Tho team chosen never met to lire a shot together bctore yesterday. Messrs. Naniord, Anderson, Blydenburgh, Uetger and Hyuo untitled Colonel Mitchell that they could not shoot, and he, doubtless depending upon seeing on tha rungo yesterday u goodly number of amateurs lrom whom ho could seleot men at will to fill tho vacancies, uegloctod at tho time to do so. But in this lie was mistaken, aud at tho laat moment ho was obliged to plaou on the team auob man as ho could must readily obtain lor thia purpose. Messrs. Hayes, Smyth and Perry, all or ibem belong ing to the Yonkera Killo Club, who bappeued to bo out practising, were put on tho team Instead ol Mcaar*. Blydenburgh, Sauford aud Bruco. The last named gentleman, did not torn up during the day aud Mr. Overbaugh took tbo place of Colonel Farwoll. A* soon as the team got woll to work Colonel Mitchell turned over the direction ol affairs to Mujor Holland and roturned horn* Gen oral Sbalor appeared on tho Ueid to reprosent tha com peting teams outside ol New York, as umpire and judge for them, instead of Major Arthur B. Leech, captain of tbu Irish rillo team, who nad bean named lor that duty, but who could not attend. . TIIR SBOOTISO. Shooting oommenoed at the 800 yards range st hslf past ten o'clock, and was continued until that andtbA POO yards disiauce had boon gone over, whan the team took an hour's real lor lunch. Firing was reaumed at ibroo o'clock lu troni of tbo 1.000 yards butts, and fln iabod at half-past tour. The weather was delighltoL It will be seen by the record that there was a marked (allure In tne scores made, a result which Is attributa ble to two causes?uamely. the comparative Ireshncss ol sumo members of the team, and toe tact that shoot lug through u cooler atmospheric medium yeelcrday, as compared with that in which the late great matches wero shot last month, puzxled even aouie of the old hands a good dual to get tbo correct elevation for osoh range. Tns 8COKKS. Yard*. I L. ah.ax. Total. SOU 34644686656566 6?68 POO 33666246034646 4?63 1,000 4 2 3 6 6 4 4 4 4 4 6 6 6 4 6 63?131 K. RATUHOXA 800 0 0 3 6 4 6 3 3 6 6 6 4 4 6 4?66 . 000 46645666644566 6?71 1,000 4 3 4 2 6 3 6 4 4 6 4 3 6 6 6?61?181 DOCOI.AS BMTTM. 800 4 5655563436466 3?88 000 3 3 5 3 6 4 2 2 6 6 6 4 4 4 4?68 1,000 66455346444646 0 62?181 WILLIAM HAVKS. 800 6 4 6 4 3 2 6 6 6 4 6 3 5 4 3?62 000. 2 4 3 5 2 4 4 4 3 6 3 4 0 4 6- 62 1 000 6 4 6 3 4 6 6 3 4 4 4 6 6 6 6?66?181 MAJOR II. A JRWELL. 80a 46636446664836 4-84 900 ...?????? 64326666464663 4?64 1 000 3 6 3 6 2 6 4 3 6 3 6 4 2 2 0?61?171 L. WRHBR. 800 4 0 4 6 3 6 6 6 6 3 2 A4S 4?37 000 4 6 4 4 3 4 3 3 6 3 6 5 0 4 6?67 1 000. 64 6 05 233466546 4 68 178 a a ovrrral-oh. 300 00364455645443 4?66 P00 4 4 0 2 6 4 6 6 6 4 6 5 4 4 4?60 1,000 6 4 6 4 6 3 6 4 6 0 2 6 0 8 3 66?178 I>A a. M. rtKKT. 800 3 2 4 4 5 2 5 3 6 0 5 4 6 4 6?66 900 6 4 6 0 2 0 6 3 3 6 0 6 3 5 6?60 1,000!'. 34044224453626 2?49?161 The totals mad* at the thro* ranges were as fol low* :? 800 yards 483 1,000 yards 468 800 yards 474 ?? Team total 1,421 As compared with what was dono in the groat Inter national inalchoA it may bo staled that tha Canadians, who were at the bottom of the list, averaged a total team seoro of 1,401 Hi. ?'?! the Americana, who were at tho head, svoru.ed 1,603, all out cl a possible 1,800 points Tho team yesterday were Just 140 points bw? low the American avorago in last month's match** SHOOTING AT GLEN DBASE. Tho autumn meeting, under the aaspiooe of th* American Utile Association, at (ilea Drake ru|t Westchester county, wae but poorly attended yeeter day, owing, perbnpg, to tbe keen weeterly wind wfelol prevailed daring tbe greater part of th* aitor noon. Tbe programme eet dowa ler the day, however, was duly carried out. The drat even was a "ladle*' match," lor a Remington cowing ma chine, wblcb muat bo won twice belore becoming the property ot tbe winner. Tbis eonteet waa open to reaidentH 01 Wextcbeator county only. The condition wi-re:?Ten ebuti; no stgbtlug ibote; military rtflee allowod twelve shots, dlaunco, 600 yard*; any poet lion, any rifle. and no restriction retarding entry. A number of competitor* entered lor tble mateli, and some good shooting took place, aa the (core below will abow. 'I hare wat ulao a sub-cription match, open t? all comer*. Condition*:?Distance, ?00 yard*; Art acoriug eiiot*, two aightlng abuts allowed; military rillo* allowed ?lx ahoia; one-half of autranee reel divided among tho three blgneat scores. Fortblt ntaicb there were ten entries. In tbe bull's eye pool tbure were twenty entries, aix ol which scored bull't eye*. The lollowing are the principal scores mud*:? A'ame. lauiss' WATCH. Total. C. A. Hodgman 6 6 ft 5 8 6 6 8 6 6 W llomcr Klabor 400438 2 4b 6?40 Captain A W. 1'ack. 444644680 4?3T J. U Ueasiay 24048 2 484 6?88 subscription match. Homer Fisher 6 6 8 8 8 88 C. A. tlmlgmnn 8 6 6 6 8?88 Colonel Uuderlull 6 2 8 4 4?18 J. I. Heaatey 4 6 2 3 4?18 Major Coburn 6 2 4 8 8?18 Nest Thursday the Ue Royaler Badge, n golden tropny or ariiatic beauty as well aa of considerable value, will lorm tbe cbiei prize to be shot lor at Ulea Drake. Tbe match will be upon to all comer*, ? BASE BALL. THM CMSLSXA8 "CHICAGO" TH1 OLTMPIOB, 09 PATKKSOX. Tbe home and borne game botween the Cheleeae, ol Brooklyn, and Olymplca, ol Peterson, was played yen terdav on tbe Union Grounds. Tbe Cbelaean were 8n6 at the bat, and scored a run In tbe first Inning on several bed errors, followed by an srroneou decision of tho umpire. Mo mors runs wero made snttl tho tilth inning, when toe C^elsean made three, alter chances wero given to blank tbom. A lanky two boon hit by Nichols brought is three runs. The Chelsea* scored one in the eighth and ona in the ninth. Too Olympic* did not score throughout the game. Tho Cbelacaa, aa usual, played a remarkably One fielding gaiue. Id tho fourth inning Caasldy made one of the Ituc*i running fly catebes that has ever been made on tho Union Ground* The batting on both stden wee ex cellent Kelly, Crane, Donne and Kale did well in tnotr roopeotlvo positions. The following to tho 0*000 by Inniugs:? Cmbt. 1*4 Id. 3d. ttA. UK. Otk. ltk. Uk mk Chaises..... 10003808 1?8 Uli topic 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 Umpire?Mr. Craven, of th* Mattel Clnb. The Crickets defeated the Bostons, at Bingham ton* October Id, by tbe ecoro of 8 to 4. Tbe Wl l.oula Club defeated th* ChioagoeOotober UU at Chicago, by the aoor* ol 21 to IX.