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Second Open Regatta of the Harlem Association. SPIRITED AND INTERESTING RACES Large Crowds Witness the Contests and Cheer the Winners. Tho second open regatta ot the Harlem Regatta Association was held ou tbe river of that name yes terdny, and, despite tho drawbacks of wind and weather, tbe event was very successful. Tbe clouds in the morning looked sullen and unpromising, aud a stiff breeze Iroui tuo westward blew across tne course wilh so tnuoli force that It proved very annoying to the ?arsmen. At noon tbe sun shono pleasantly, but tbo chilling wind continued until nightfall. As the pre liminary heats of tbo Juuior and senior sculls were rowed In the morning an early start was required to catch tbe strong ebb tide, and thus tho spectators at the commencement of tbo regatta were limited in numbers. Tbeso trial boats wore rowod down stream from Florence's dock to Gates' lumber doclc, but the alteruoon's sport, when the lido was Hood, just reversed tbe starling and finishing points. All ovents were one mile straightaway, from two o'clock until the lost race ol the day was decided tbo river was crowded witn craft of every description, tbo majority, however, being at tbe finish line near McComb's Dam Bridge. Here the barge William h. Vanderbllt was stationed at the dock, and though tbe biting aud chilling wind uiado everybody very uncomlortnble, hundreds of ladies with wraps and sbawla braved the weather and remained until tbe close of the aquatic reunion. There were no dulaya during the day, the competitors In each race being called to tbe starting point and sent on tbelr journeys in a mannor truly commendable. While tbcro wero many creditable performance! by tbo amateur oarsman tho genuine surprisos ol the day were limited. Tho victory ot tbe Ar'els, of Newark, N. J., in tne six-oared gig ruce ever the Columbia, At alaula, Dauntless and New York Athletic crews was very unexpected, and many could bardly believe their own eyes. Tbo wiry Dauntless lads bad the call In tbe private belting, over tbe field, and tbelr backers lost a great deal ot monoy. None ot the other evonts call lor particular comment at tin* Juncture, beyond staling, perbups, that the Nautilus pair were badlv bruteu auu the Nassaus won a genuinu victory with tbe Columbus in tne olgbt-oarod slioil contest. Mr. Jasper 1. Uoouwiu, lu ail races in wtilch Columbia ?> as not cottage I, acted as releree. lie wus assisted l>y .Mr. A. L. .Swan, oi the Aiulanta Club, aud Mr. Julian Kenuody, late ol Yule College. 'Tno stations numbered from tho N< w York shore. JUMOK SCULLS. t'irtt Heat. Station 1?11. S. Keator, Yale College B. C 1 Station 2? William Tompkins, Highland B. C 2 Station 4?August Schneider, Friendship B. C...., 3 Station ?George Norton, Gratnorcy 11. C....... . 4 Keator won all tr.o way, and finished without having htu to exert bimsoll. Notion wus a too,l seconu lor it quarter ol a mile, wlicn t.o hau shot his bolt. Tiuio? Keator, 7iu. 39,'^s ; iompkius, 7m. Sobaemer, 8m. 07J**.; Norton, 8m. 2fi<. Sccontl llrat. Station 3? Irving A. JL\ou, Dauntless B. C 1 Station 4?1. It. Kipp, UtKhland U. C 2 biuilon 1?-James 1* Gladwin, Nereid H. C 3 Lyou went away leading, und, with a neat, clean strike, outpaced his men from tbe start. None of bis an (agonists got near mm niter the quarter mile mark bau been passej. Uladwin and Kipp buu a inerty etruggtt for hut: a mile lor second place, but Kipp, be!iit,* in tho best form, had no difficulty to beullug tho Nereid representative. Frank Kilisoti, New York K. C? was entered in tins heal, but, not r<spoudiug in tlio signal, tbe rolereo louud il impos sible to wait lor him. His protest and tho request as a right to sturi lu iho llual heat worn beard but not ucted upou. Time?Lyon, 7m. 58,^s. ; Kipp, Sin. ; UiudWlu, Bin. 18>is. KKMUlt SCULLS. first Heat. Station 2? B. W. lUtbboruo, New York A. C 1 Station 1?It. li. liartsburue, New VorK K. C.... 2 1 his was u were procession, Kulhbomo winning as be liked ull Iho way from stun to ilmsb. Georgo Uatsel, Urutncrcy B C., wat entered Lore, but was lato m gtlliug out uud tlii'|-larl Was made without him. lime?Haiti borne, 7iu.42>;*.; Harisborne, iin. 40s. SecoH'l Heat. Stntlou 1?K. Mills, Jr., New York A. C 1 Station 2?11. Livingston, Yale College B. C 2 Slttllou It?11. 1' l>ain, Highland b. C 3 They went away ul a uruckiug pace, auu Mills and Livingston luuUo an exemug race ol it lor u quarter of j^mile. flie?i Mills orow well ahoad and dually won ii* ho liked. D'ain was ot no ncoomit. l ime?Mills, JUi. 7)?s.; Livingston, 7ni. 17,'js.; Dam, 7m. 36)??. , This ended lll6 morning work and a breaming spoil until two o'clock was ordered. The water at inut liour was lumpy, tho irrsh breeze ug uusl the llood ltd* creating considcrublo bobbery. I'AIK-UAKM) KHKU.M. Station 1? Atulania b. C.?W. K. Downs, bow; J. Jb. Ku.iii, siroko 1 Siutiou o?Urauiurey 11. C.?1' Williams, uo? ; u. Mills, airoke 2 Station 2?Nauulu*?i'red A. liovlon, bow; William Cblida, airoke ..dls Croat interest ?u> centered in nils cveut, cud tho Nautilus boyh wcru loug iavoritos. Unfortunately the anticipation* ol lb* spoctaiurs ware not real.led. Tbo Aialauta* went lo tho iruul at tlie woru, aud at me quarter mile mark woro a clear leugm tbc bent ot It, with luo 0 ranis iiaif a length away irom tbe Nautilus, 'llie Ataleutas maintained meir advantage until oupo ? no tue Athletic Oiub grounds, when Lav ioii aud Chlids edged over into their water, aud will' a tremendous l|iurt, insdo witb ibe intention ol passing tbo leaders, li.oy muled them. Holli slopped rowiug lor an instntil, when becoming disentangled tiny ro luiuca Iheir Journey lu tbe most desperate manner. Tlie Atulsnta> nutrowed tbe Nautilus, aud wbeu the Jailer crtw seemed dead soitied they heard tbo rel erce's order aud stopped rowing, disquallQed within ono hundred yards ol I ( Dumb. J ho Urams did well, but tbo AtalaDlas bad no trouble in ?curiug tbo trophy hung up. Tluie?Alalantas, Om. 64>,s. ; Orauiercy, 7m. WJ?s. MUIIT-OAKKD SIIK1.L*. Bt.itlou 2?Nassau It. C I. 11. Kui.orl, bow; J. Wolls, J. (). Janewuy, C. l?. Peterson, J. H. Aboil, Jr., J. U. Fool, C. liadgeJy, \V. llooisoo, stroke; A. l. Kiots, coxswain 1 8iatlon 1?i oiumbl.i College U. C. ? K. T. 1'. Kisk, bow; C. Kltlrdge, H. 1*. Brown, K l>. Krowmnx', J. 11. Nowoerry, U L. Boyd, H. G. Kidabock, it. 1'arsous, stroke; Cogblll, eox?Wain 2 A unablug race irom i-turt to tlmsb, ci eating tbe greatest euthuslaam. The Nassau*, who rowod lu good lorm, went away with a slight lead, aud hall way up the course led tho lorraidaoln college lada nearly tbree-quariera ol a leugtb. Kospondiog to tbe eucoursging cries ol tbelr friends tbe Columblns made repealed spuria, and during uue ol thetn led tlie Na? aaus a lew leel lor a few seoonoa. At this juncture Uoyd unshipped tils our irom the rowlock, aud Irom that time on the cbanees of victory ol tbe college oarsmen were not very bright. The Nassau* rawed a plucky, dctorurncd race, aud crossed the Hue ibe winners by liiree-quariora of a leugtb ami<l cheers. Tbe coxswains sto red their boaia nuely. lime?Naa >auo, bin. b?Jnt.; Col u in bias, 6m. 68s. Jl'.NIOK tCULLtt. J-'nuU /I'dt. Station 2?1. A. I.yon 1 Station 1?U. S. Keaior 2 keaior diow away Irom l.yon at tbesiart, oat a quar ter ol u itillu up the course Lyon bad oauicbt tbo Yalo tn.io aud at tue ball-noiie point waa three length* the best ol II. Keaior Irom this nine on had no snow anil Lyou won as i>e pioasvd. 1 liuc? l,you, 7m. ; Keaior, 7m. i/U^s. 3KMOK SCl'LL* Final llr.nl. fetation 2?It W. Ralhburiie 1 blallou 1?iC. Mtiis, Jr 2 1 his race waa a loregnuu conclusion iietoro the atari, aa both men beiug members ol the New York Athletic l?lub iht-ir rkili aud spoed as scullers were Well kuowo. Halbborua had it in hand all the way auU won at oase. liuu?llaibborue, 7m. los.; Mills, 7 m. 20>?? you it oakkd atik(.La. (Station 1?Mutual ij. C., Aibaut?C. K Dnlgnr, bow; Henry C. Craves, <\ lira in Mull, W. 8. Moseiy, atroke 1 8liiiou il?Alalauia U. C ? W. It. Dowua, bow; It. \V. Rogers, H. (i. McViokar, J. h. J-.usus, stroke. 2 llatiou i'alisn'io LI. Yuiikors, >. Y.?A. Mol. lat, bow; J. J-'raaier, W. 11. Guernsey, 11. U. Jaekso'i, alioke 11 The Muios tooa tuu lead soou alier lu? start, ana though ihny lu>l some ground by lujudmious steer lug, they were never Imadsd. Al tut* quarter mile mark ilioy led the Ataiaiilas ouu length, ins latter tba aatuu diatunce ibe bent ol tbe i'lilisadea. Wltb lortv-tluee lo llie minute tho Mutes ciaukcd It up Hie river, and though ibe Aialanlasdid uoiily by splendid und plucky spurting, tbe Aiiauy lioys hold their own to the bulsli, aud won with solliuthliig 111 liiiud. I no 1'aliaades wero never dangerous. I lie Nassau* were ouiersd iu mis meo, but did not start, lime?.VI ii tuais, Om. U*<^s., Autlatilas, Om. 16,ti?s. ; i'aliaadea, Om. !14s. uouni.K Mcui.i.a. Mlnllou 1 ? Yale College II. C.?K. I'. Mvingalon, bow; ll. l,ivingnon, stroke 1 Blation 2-Oiyini.ic U. C.. Aliiany, N. Y.?J. 11. Uiiviii, bow; .MaHin Monaiian, siroae 2 Slauon ?New York A C., K. n. Kathbono, bow ; 11. 1.. NeWtou, stroke 3 Yale went away with the iojU, uni si the i|uurter imla there was not much to choose ueiwxen ilieOiyiu pica and tho college lads, tue Athletic Club repie> sentalives alio bemg In good position. About three viglillia of a mlir goue tho Uiyinpica were out ol their nalir and Milled Y ? ??, hut both went on. Two oilier louls ioou occurred, though lb?y wrre bolweeu the Alhlcliv ciew and tlie Olympics, the laull beinK with .lie lornicr. All t hi< was <t groat help lo the Yalus, and wneu willilli an eigiuh ol a mile ol the liuith the collega geuiiviuvu fi'uiUtl iiutiljr and wvu a good race. Time?Yale, ?m. IS'^s.; Olympic', 7m. 24s. ; Athletics, 7iu. 26s. SIX-0AR:U Slat ion 1? Ariel H. <Newar k, K. J., W. Trautz, bow; J. ISeuueti, W. Mack, F. Freeman, R. Kum, Jr.; 11. M. Jury, stroke; Frauk Allet>, coxswain. 1 Station 4?Atuluiita It, C.t W. jj. Down*, bow; J. li. Kent, 11. W. Ito^ers, Kugeue Conger, 1!. <?. McViokar, J. K. Fusils, strode; Edward Bluke, Coxswain .... 2 Stutiou 2?Columbia College It. C , 11. 1*. Hrown, bow; C. Kldridge, J. ii. Newberry, F. D. Brown ing, 11. G. Kldaboek, H. 1'. Parsens, stroke; N'a tlian, coxswain S Station 6?Dauntless it, u, Kruuk Gillelun, bow; h. W. I'eckwell, 0. K. K'napp, S. It. Pomoroy, 11. W. Walter, U.ivlu Roach, stroke; J. J. Dull', cox swain 4 Station 3?Now York A. C., W. K. 8baw, bow; G. G. Stowe, M. (J. Patterson, W. G. Deiuarest, J. W. Carter, 11. Weal, stroke; R. W. Ralhborue, coxswain 5 ll Wat diillcult to gel the gigs iu Hue, but ai lust they wore despatched to a capital start, lite Daunt less cruw were tiie most lancied, aud bad the rail id (lie betting against all lh? others. Tbo Ariels liuU the best station, aud tboy tr.nde tbe most oi it. Wben tho quarter-mile point Uad oeon reached lliey wore lead ing, Willi Columbia second, Atalautu third, Athletic fourth and Dauntless last. Now llie cry was Ueard, ?Tho Ariels will soou go to pieces," bat they didn't tail apart, nor did tbey slnckeu tbeir eliectlve stroke, us at the ball-mile they wore two lengths in front, tbe others us buforu. From this point to iuo Unisb the lour crews bebiud the leaders luude the most desperate efiorts, but it was soon apparent that tbe ruco was nil over, und the Ariels, without being sorely pressed, eventually won by nearly iliree lungtbs. The Atulantas were second, Columbian tbird. Dauntless fourth and Athletics tlttb. The doieut ol tho Dauntless lads was us (treat a sur prise as the victory of tho strargers from Newark. Time?Artel, Cm. 36s.; Atalautu, ttm.43s. ; Columbia, Cm. Dauntless, Om. 62^'s.; Alhlctlc, 7m. 2s. MEETING OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OF TUE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF AMATXUB OABSMEN. The Executlvo Committee ot tbe National Associa tlon ot Amateur Uarsineu met last evening at the Metropolitan Hotel. Five ol the nine members were present:?It. K. Buormeyer, of the New York Alh lctlc CluT>; Gcorgo W. l'arker, Quaker City Boat Club, of 1'hiludelphia; Henry W. Garfield, Mutual Boat Club, ol Albany; T. W. Konncdy, Passaic Boat Club, of Newark, and B. L. Keyes, Undine Boat Club, ol Philadelphia. Alter tho reading ol the minute* of tho last meeting und the rvporl ot tho regatta com mittee, a communication from the Falrmouul Bow lug Association was lead asKlng lor the reinstatement In me organization ol thtrteeu of Its members suspeuded tor participating In contests where prolcssionals were entered. Tho communication louud luvor with a majority ol the committee as it was bellevou the suspended members had uctcd in Ignorance of tbn rules governing (lie organization. A resolution of ibunns to the Common Council of New ark and to the Kureka, Triton and 1'assuio lioat clubs tor tho courtesy auu uble management shown by them in the regatta ot August last, was passed and copies ordered to be sent to them. A committee wus appointed to consider what class ?t races shall bo rowed lor tho Kuruka, Triton und Passaic cups presented to the association by tho clubs whose names they bear, anil open ouly to collegians, with instruc tions to report at tho next mooting of tbo Execu tive Committee, to he held ut the Metropolitan Holol on Junuary 2, 1S7!?. Mr. Koyes suggested that It would be advisable to hold the rogntia ol next year at an earlier date than huretoioru, so as to have the collegian prizes contended for at the sumo time with the pr.zes oflered by the association, ll would not ho convenient, bo thought, lor tho collegians to row as late us they wore in the habit of doing, and there was uo use ol having two regattas. The subject Wn8 re lerred lo n committee lor a report at iho next meet ing. A communication was read from tbo Longuell Boating Ciub ol Montreal uskiog information us to their eligibility to become a part of the association. The sense of tho commtttoe wus that tho reading of artielo 1 ol the constitution?"Thlsusaoclation shall be called tbo National Association ol Amateur Uarsineu of tho United Suites"?made anv lorelgn club ineligible. Mr. O. M. Remington, ol the Narragansett Boat Club, of 1'rovidenco, B. I., was elected president to succeed .Mr. George W. Parker and Mr. Henry W. GarQeld was re-olecicd secretary and treasurer. ATHLETICS. FIB8T ANNUAL GAMES OF THE OLYMPIC ATH LETIC CLCU OF JERSEY CITT. The Olympic Athletic Club ot Jersey City Heights beta their Urst annual games at the West Side Driving Park yesterday ultrrnoon. Ibis club is mostly com posed of boys, aud tbeir Urst tippoarunce la tbo ath letic arena attracted quito a crowd oi their Irlenda and relative!. The following is a summary of tbo game*:? F rst trial bent.?Hundred-yard linn Heap?1. Kd wurd Young, 4 yurdi lime, 11)? sccouos. 2. II. Cordukos, 6 yards. Foar startod. Kun with ibe wiud. Second trial heat.?hundred yard handicap?L A. Clarke, 2 yards. Tliue, 11,seconds. 2. A. McLean, 5 yards. Six started. Mile walk.? Handicap?1. Charles Mcilrlde, scratch. Tune, 8m. 2. S. Dray tun, 30 seconds. Four started; woa by three yards. Final Heat.?Hundreil-yard handicap?1. Edward Young, 4 yards, lime, 11 seconds, 2. A. Clarke, 5 yards. Four-hundrcd-and.flfty.yard handicap.?1. \V. Ital ian, 8 yards. Time, lm. 4!4g. 2. F. Clarke, 12 yarls. Fivo Marled. First Hesl.?Ono-liundrcil-and-tw enty.yard run, over six hurdles?1. W. tiaslau. 1 line, 17,%' suuunds. Second Heat ?One-hundred-tind-iwottiy-vard run, OVrr six hurdles?1. A. McLean, Time, 17Jf seconds. HUli Jump.?1. Mark Coughlln; height, 4it. Oin. Four com puled. Final Heal.?One-hundred-and-twonty yard run, over six hurulos. 1. W. Haitian. Time, l'J seconds. Mll.K SyCvltK ATlILkTIC CLCU GAMES. The fall games of tbo Mile Square Athletic Club were held yesterday afternoon t>u the Yonkers I,y ceuui grounds. Tim roleree was Mr. K. 1'lummer; judgo ol walking, Mr. J. A. Byrne, aud starter, Mr. C. K. Gorton. The Urst of tbo sports was a lou-yaru junior run oetweeu Goorgo Mottram, G. G. Wagg and C. K. Wosterg?ard. Motiram won in 12X seconds, Wagg comiUK iu seconu. Tuts was followed by aone sixtn ot a mile bardie Junior race between ttjo same parties. Moitraut wou in 50), secoud* and W?gg Was second. A mile w.tlit lor uoys ol Youkers under seventeen years was next contested by seven competitors. J. S. Frszior catno lu a rst in giu. 60s., Willi J. Powers secoud. A hundred-yard : handicap raco, opeu to club umiul'tri only, with six entries, was won by A. 11. Crowell in 11 >, seconds, | with J. M. l'ercival eucond. Auotiter bundieti-ysrd 1 race, open to aii, loliowed. lu lbs Urst heat H. L. ' liose, ol the Gieuwood Attiieiic Club, wou in i 11>4 seconds, with (V, M. Little, ol the .Mystic Bout i lun, seconu. In the second boat M. MoFaul. of lite ' FauWood Athletic Club, was ilie winuer in 10,\ sec- ; onds, and T.J. llreretou, ot tue Gieuwood Ainletlo Club, was second. These lour atlerward cunis->ted In ! n ii ii a I heat, wnich McFaul wou In lu.\ seconds. A 440-yard race, lor cmb members, was won I by \V. S. Ferguson In 07 seconds, bis ouiy ' competitor being J. K. Martin. A one-sixth ol a milo open liurjie race was next run oy W. Irvine, al You kers, and C. oliaw, ol lbs Youkers AiUlotio Club. Irvine wou iu 44 seconds. A 22o-yard hauuuap raco to club members, with eight entries, resulted In a vic tory lor George Fruxier, Jr., in 'J7 eeooiids. A ratio WslK, open, between J. O. Williamson, ot tbo Glen wood Alblello Club, aud W. M. Waison, ol me Man, baliuo Athletic Club, resulted in a victory for the lor nier hi Tin. 4<S*. A hign Jump lor club members, bo tween C. 1*. Ward and George FraSier, was wi>n by iho former who lumped 4ft. 6in. ; Fruxter made 4it. 4in. A 44o>yard open race, with Hire* entries, was wou by C H. Rowland iu bO}* seconds, with C. M. Snaw iccoud. In ine mile walk n.iudicap, open to cluo uiembors, en- 1 tries J. M. 1'erc.val and C P. Ward, the lormer won | In Dm. :!8.^s., PiTCiVaJ withdrawing alter a couple of i "laps." lu the 440-yard juuior r?oe, Willi tnrce en- | tries, G. G. \V..gg wou lu 08 secoud*, aud J. 11. Hassler Came in recoud. A nail-niHn run, opeu race, w.is next contented between C. It. Rowland, M. Uerrian uud G. Fraxier. Tho latter dropped out at t ii e end ol the llrst lap. Itowlaud, the winner, mude ths distance III 2m. 28s., aud Uer rian made It lu 2ui. 40s. Four cluo member* next i contended Ki vaul.tiiK ?ltb tue pole. W. s. Ferguson cleared a height ol 7 lorl 4 inones aud became iho I winner. J. M. Peroivai cleared 7 loet J iuoiios and li. Condit 7 loei 2 utolies. lu ihe ruuhing orond Jump Frailer Cleared a dlrlunco ol 10 luel .!>, iioUo* aud J. K. Martin 10 leut 2 tnohes. I lie games olosod with a , hall-mile rtib between W. it. Hill, J. K. Martin and M. Uerrian. The tatter dropped oat ol tbe race ana lliii won iu 2m. .lis. AMKRfC\N t TIIfjKTI J CLUB. The first aonuai Invitation meeting ot tho Ameri can Aihleilc Club, of this cliy, was held yesterday st thooiub grounds, foot ol Kigtith street, Hobokcn. Seventeen events were on the prozratnme and they look place in Ihe following order :-Onohandrod yards r>ln, llrst heal, entries, J, C. W ray, H. llartis, I? K. Goodwin, F. Nionols. t"lie '<eni was won oy Wray in 11 seconds, Nicoeis coming iu second, neoonil lirat, W. II. lloAine, M. Hilltop, A. Van I'aiubacbl. Itowme won in 11 V seconds. Tlio Dual heat between Howmo and Wra> was well contested, tho latter wiunliig by a short distance In 11)? seconds. For tue oue-iuilu walk there were lour onirlea, hut only K. Herry Wail and M. II. Jonnsou started. Wall ? on lit 8 iniiiities and 8 second*. Light memoera had entered tor tint hali-milo run, but ouiy two started?tl. (>, Hadgloy and L. K. Good win. Tho rtiu was won t>y llsiijley in 'i iniuutes S7 l* 1 seconds. W, II. llowflle, A. H. Oukes, J. F, Johnson and II. G. Haugiey were eutered lor iho running nigh Jump, but llaugicjr withdrew, lite ooutesl was wou by Oskts, he having scored 4 leel lo in coo*. I ho ihree mile wnik wa- won by tt. It. Johnson in 20 miuutes seconds, c K, Lowls oommg in second. The running broad Jump W is wou by J. McClellsn, I IS it. 4 in. ; ff. 1>. How me second, 17 fl, a in.; J. F. J o n n so it tnird. In the 220 yaris run (he entries with J. F. John son, J. C. Wray, A. Van 'lambsohi, I* K Goodwin, F. Nichols. Wra* won easily in 20 s seoonds. Ilie next event, pole leapine, ?as won hv J. Ma Cleilan, a iio scored 8 fl. 3 io. W. I).- Ilowtae was his onlv competlior. j' Magle ana W. 1). l!o* mo were the only ones en gaged in the standing hlgn Jump, winch was won by Ho wins, wlio leaped 4 It. II in. Tho entries lor the 44o jrsrda ruu (haoai?ai>) wero J. J. Cnlbertson, 3.1 yards; A. Lee, 21 yards; H. G. Badgley. 10 yards; S. W. Hoait, Jr., scratch. Huag won in 57>i seconds. Tuu out! utile ruu was won by J. Mageo In 6m. 23a.; T. 11. Noonen second ana W. H. Copes last. TUe most intareating event of the day wag tlie 100 yards hurdle ruu. The entries wore J. K. McClellan, C. K. Lewis, J. F. Johnson, J. W. Smith, W. D. Bowtno, F. Nichols and M. Bishop, McClellan bad reached within four yards or tbe scratch wtien no stopped. thinking las opponents were too far behind. Bowme, wbo was at bis elbow, sprang lorward and won. Tlmo, 2*2 second*. Tbe day's sport closod witb a well contested tag of war. In whlcii tlie teauis wero composed aa follows:? No. 1. J. McClellan, captain; J. C. Wray, W. 11. Copes, F. Nlebols, C. K. Lewis and 11. W. Badgley. No. 2. W. 1). liowme, captnlu;S. Hircusa, A. Lea, L. K. Goodwin, A. 11, UaKosand J F. Macfcoy. Altor strug Rlt?K ,nr 'I* iniuuies tbe match was given to Bowme's team, but was subsequently deciarou foul. Auoiber struggle ensued, wblcb, alter six minutes and twenty seconds, was won by McClellau's team. Medals were preaented to tna wianors at tbe olose of tbe games. HACKENSACK ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION. Tbo fall mooting of tbe Hackensaok Athletic Asso elation look placo yesterday, at Hackonsack, N. J. Tbe first contest was a 100 yards mo, witb sis starters. Mr. J. F. Iteimers, of tbe Staten Island Athletic Club, won tbe Qrsl beat in 10^ seconds, with C. J. Ward and W. Lozier very good seeonus. Tlio second beat was won by Mr. J. Lafon, ot tbe Mystic Horn Club, ol Newarki in 12J6 seconds. Tbe next upon tbe programme was a standing high jump, won by C Hague. Tbe half-mile walk waa ono of mo beat ot tbe uay's contests, and W. Lozier won in 4m. 27s. For the standing high Jump tbero were but two contestants, and at 4 leet 2>? inches tbe pole dropped upon a splendid ellort by Mr. J. S. C. Wells. There were two beats in tn? 440-yard ruu, and two started In each beat. The Urst was taken by K. Bagno lu lui. 15s. and the boo ond by Mr. W. Loner in im. 12s. Mr. Lemuel Fos dlck, of the Maubatlau Atblenc Club, and Mr. E. 1). I'billlps, ot tbe Hudson Boat Club, were tbo only starters In tbe ono mile walk. A bitter contest re sulted, and Kosdlck led bis opponent until on tbe homestretch, when l'nillips mode a spurt aua won In 7iu. 67>is. Mr. W. K. Beers and Mr. W. T. Wells, en tered lor tbe running lilgh jump. Mr. Beers took tbe badge, a beautllul trophy, when be reacbeu 6 It. and llu. A half-mile ruu was next on the programme. Mr. W. T. Wells and C. S. McCullogu started, and tbe latter won ousily in 2m. lew. BASLBALL. THE MANCHE8TEBS GAIN AN OVERWHELMING VICTOBX OTEB THE JEB9KX CITXS ON TUB CENTENNIAL GBOUND. Tbe notad Manchester Clnb. of tha International Association, one ot tbo leading contestant* of tbe New England championship arena, vlstled tbe Cen tennial Orouud yesterday for tbe first time this season, to play tbe Jersey City?. Tbe Jorsey Cltys opened pluy at tho bat. In tholr first (our Innings, however, they were hand somely disposed of for blanks. In their first four tbe Maucbeaters secured thirteen runs and scored in each of the others except one. Tho game was called at tho end ot tbe seventh Inning on ac count of darkness, tbe score standing 10 to 0 in favor of tho visitors. Tbe second base playing of Troy ana abort stop Holding ol Dolau were tne best displays ou tbo part of the Jersey Citys. Fer the visitors Kowen, catcher, played well, and Leary's piicniug was quite elltctivo, as not one run was scored from It. Following is the score In full:? JKKMBY CITY. MAXC1IKHTKK H.lli.l'O. A. E. K.Ul.I>O.A.E. Qulnn, 1. (.. o 0 0 0 0 Coi?FSW'l,lb 4 no 0 0 Mweeney, Id 1 1 12 0 3 Suilivan.l. f, 1 10 0 1 Poorman, p. 2 10 15 Leary, p.... 2 2 0 3 3 Troy, 2b.... 0 1 3 6 0 Wincb'r,2b. 1112 1 liicksr, 3b.. 10 2 11 Smug, c. f.. 3 3 0 0 0 Sliand.cy,l.t 0 0 1 1 O Bailey, s. s. 2 2 1 2 1 LowIh, c. I.. 0 1 0 0 0 Quiun, r. I. 1 1 000 Meeban, c.. 1 1 2 1 0 Wuodh'd.3b 1 0 2 2 6 Bolau, s. s.. 10 13 0 Uowen, o... 12 7 12 Totals.... 6 6 21 12 13 Totals....10 15 21 10 14 Score try Inning?. Club. 1 It. 2d. 3d. ith. 5th. OrA. 1th. Jersey City 0 0 0 " '<* 2 2? (i Manchester 6 4 2 2 1 0 2?Id Huns earned?M anchostera, 5; Jersey Cliya, 0. Firm base by errors?Munobsstera, 6, Jersey Cliya, 10 To tal leit on bases?.Manchester^, 6; Jersey Cilya, 4. Total bnso bits?Msocliesters, 20; Joigey Cttya, 6. Um pire?Mr. Sullivan, ol the Alaska Club. Timo of tame?1 boor una 30 minutes. IICDSON VM WITOKA Tbe game on tbo Union Ground, Williamsburg, be tween the Hudfons, ol Hudson, und the Wltokns, ol Brooklyn, was rather a one-sided affair, as tbe llud sons led oil In first Inning by scoring seven runs and blanking tbeir opponents, wuioii destroyed all farther Interest in tbe gatno. Following is ibe'tcore:? HUDSON. ? WITOKA n. lli. ft A. B. U. \li. O. A. E. O'Connor,c. 2 3 11 3 2 Booth, 3b.. 0 0 12 3 Taylor, I. 1.. 2 2 0 0 0 ltesd, Id... 0 10 13 Curren, 3b. 2 13 10 llurus, 2b.. 0 0 10 4 Nelson, s. a 1 1 2 0 2 l,awler, p.. 0 0 0 1 7 Csllihan, of 1 2 2 0 0 Hayes, o... 0 0 l.i 1 a West, 2b... 1 0 2 0 0 Schaller, 1.1 12100 Walker, lb.. 1 2 6 0 2 Kyun, e. f.. 0 0 2 0 1 Kent, p.... 3 2 0 4 2 West, s. s.. 1 0 1 a 1 Foster, r. I. 0 1 1 0 1 Moora, r. 1. 0 0 0 0 0 Total*.... 13 14 27 S ? Totals... 2 3 27 8 22 ?Score oy innings. Club. lit 2d, M. 4lit. bth. 0th. 7 th. Hth. 9th. Hudson 71100111 1?13 Wiloka 0 0 0 0 2 <i 0 0 0?2 lluui earned?Hudson, 3; Wiloka, 11. First ba?o by error*?Hudson, 8; Wiiokb, &. Total lelt 011 base*? Hudson, 8; Wtlnks, 3. Total baso nits?Hudson, 21; j Wltoka, 6. Mruek out?Hudson, 4; Wnoka, 8. Um pire?Mr. McGlynn. Tune ol game?Uao hour nnd lorly minutes. A tlvo mnlug game was played at the Prospect Park Parade Ground butwoen the flrsl aud second divi sions of the Assumption Sohool, which resulted 10 a tie ol 10 to 10, darkness preventing further playing. The olner fumes played on the Park resulted as fol. lows:?Mentor, 7; Star, 3; Nestor, 10; Swnisure, 14; Meteor, 0; Syiv.u, 6. TUR COM ISO TOUKSAMBftT. Gresl preparations are being made lor llio tourna ment winch is to take plaoeou ibe Union Ground daring tlie coming weok butwesn tbe three strongest clubs In this vicinity?tba Alaskas and Flyaways, ol this any, son the Hudsons, ol Brooklyn. The threeciubs were, by orders ol the presenters of tne purso snd sliver ball, compelled 10 turuiali a list ol iweivo nuoios Iroui wiiiob the nines uro to be selected. The object o( this la to provent nny ono ol ibetn strengthening their nlnos by Oiling iu Willi proleaslonsl players belore tbe oloi?e ot the tourney. The Alaska ?nd Huuson clubs wero prepared to give tl?o names ol tbeir players at the meeting, wbicb was hold on tbe Union Ground on Friday, but the Flyaway* oould not uooido upon tbeir meu uulil talc la?l eVeuiug. The natiiea presented by each olub nre aa follows:?Huusonf?James Farrell, Barme, Schenck, Lavin, Doescher, Morgau, J. Kalolgli, II. Haleigh, It. tin)nil, M. Smith, Maryland aud MoCord. Alaskas?llankiuson, Larkin, Kent, Rice, Sullivan, l>uuuigan, 1'. Treacv, o'Nwii, Kippshlsgor, J. Trney, Brawn snd Troy. Fiy.iwsya? Kelly, l'ur roy. Walker, h leei, Towari, Auderaou, Cliuton, Car* run, McCann, Cramer, Waretiam and Tilly. CKICKfcT. THC MANHATTANS DEFEATED BT TUB STATIN IHI-ANDEIiB?THK ST. QkOBlJE's DEFEAT 1 HE NEW AT.BANT CLUB. The return cricket match between tbe flrst elevens ol tbo Staten Island sud Manhattan clubs wan played yeaterday at Camp Washington, Stitou Island, Both sides woro short bnnded. The game commenced at eleven o'clock, Vlib Captain Stoma and Mr. llauco of the Slaten Island at Ibe bat, and Brewstor and Kngau bowling. The total waa Tn. 'lhc Maubaltana than went to tbe bat and made 32. In tb? second inninn ol tbo Stat en Island Club only 46 runs were uiudn. Tbe Mannatiara had now 02 runs to mako to win the game. lh?y went to work with a will und Anally lust by only 23 run*, ns tbo lollowlug aoore will ahow:? ?AXBATTAjr. Hrrt Inning. Mecond Inning. p. H. Mskin, b. pprague 6 h. w., u. spraijuc 0 J. Hogan, c. Duer, h. SieVona 'J I. b. w., b. Stevens.... 13 H. tucker, o. K?s.ler, b. Stevens. 0 I. b. w., b. Stevens 0 W. llrewster, run out. 4 not out Ill G. Havward, b. Stevens 0 b. Stevens............. 8 It. F. Jsnkius, not out. 8 b. Spraguo 0 t. L. Middlotun, b. Sprague lo b. Spraguo 0 B, G. Amea, b. aprague 0 b. Sprague 2 ft. KdmunuS, absent... 0 b. Steveus 14 C. Chippendale, absent 0 o. sub., Ik Ntevens 1 Leg byes, 2; wides,!.. a Uracil; wides, 1 12 Total. 32 Total 0U fall nj IVickeU. InmnrjK. 1". Id. 34 Vh, 6th. arh. 7th, Hrh Oth. 10th. First 8 V ? 13 14 32 32 ? ? 32 besond.... 3 W 28 31 4a til 04 00 ? till STATS.1 1*1.4*1). t'inl I lining. Second Inning. C. W. Bunco, Lb. w., b. Ilrewster 21 obstructing Hold, 4 K. W. Stevens, o. and b. Itognn 4 c. Jenkins, b, Mnkin... 6 C. M. HtiUn*, c. Unas trr. b. Iloxso 0 b. Brewster. 3 J. J. Kyre, c. llrow icr, b. 3 c. Brewster, b. Mnkin. 2 J. Uuer, b Hog.hi 0 c Jenkins, b. Mskin... 0 P. W. Kesaler, b, Browslor. 13 c. Brewster, b. Mskin. 6 W. H. DaVld^e, c. and b. Brewster 13 o. nub., b. Makin 1 J. Iloiilen, 0. llrewMer lt> c. Brewster, b. Makia, 7 W. i obtnson, not out. 1 uoiout 0 K. t. Adains, absent... o b. Ilrewster 4 J. K. Sprngue, abscni.. o b. Ilrewster 4 Byes 4 Byes lo Total TO lotsl 4A A 'alt of Wicket*. Inning'. 1" 3s*. 3rf. ilk. M. 'HA. 7?A. 9th. fl'A. 10M. f irst 18 18 1* u 44 4? 78 7? ? 79 Second,... 10 16 16 IV 20 28 34 36 3U 4j ?4 u L'tnpires?Messrs, smith snd White, tiik nt. tiaonaa'a at albakt. > Th* gawo ueiwvsu tuo ??t. Ueorgo'* Club, ol tbi* ] city, sod the new Albany Club, played at Albany. yes terday, una woo by the St. George'* in oue ii.nmg. with ruu?ty runt to mar* Messrs. Moeran and Gllos led in the baiting and bawling. Although tho weather was threatening there wjs a largo attend ance. FOOTBALL AT YALE. WHVT THE CHAMPIONS ABE DOISO THIS SEA SON?THE NEW AfcEANGliMENT ABOUT TEAMS? CHANGES IX THE Bl'LES ? GAMES LIKELY TO BE PLATED. New Havxk, Oct. 19,1878. Every pleasant afternoon the 1'ale lootball men, who aro to constitute ttio team to strugglo for lUe ro tentlon ol tho championship which Yule held ut the close ot the season ot 1877, aro oat bard at work practising on tbeir ground on Dlxwell avenue to this city. With lass favorable conditions than those enjoyed in tlie last season, which will ever be memorable in Yalo lootball aonals, the men display ail intention to make the strongest Uent pos sible with the matorial at hand, nod not unnaturally hope and expect to keep the laurels so hardly and well won. Yale is the central figure In tbe football arena at tho opening of tho present season, not only Irom ber position as holding tbe championship, but also on uccount of hsr well known pro'Jclency at the rough but manly and exciting game. She stands, however, In a new posi tion. She has abandoned the ground main tained for several seasons oonesrnlng the uumbor of men which shall couaututo her representative team, and consequently will be compelled to play a now game. "Klevon men," said one of tho most promi nent of Yale's players last year, "mako up tho leutu calculated alone to piny a strictly scientific game." Yalo reiterated this In meeting assembled and represen tatives of the collego mot representatives ol Harvard, Columbia and Prlnoeton on that ground in New Haven lust year. The outcome was that Harvard re fused to agree to Yale's demands, and Yalo and Har vard did not moot daring the season. Yale, how ever, won the championship, lighting as bard for It us it some matorial trophy besides the honor b*!l been contingent npoa Its possession. Kurly this season negotiations began looking to an amioable adjustment ol old differences. Virtually the plan wm to ooeroe Yale, who, whether right or wrong, maintained that her old position was justi fiable, and that the inferenco she drew concerning tho comparative science of tbe relative games was corrcc.. Nevertheless It became appar ent belore the recent convention ut Spring field, where Harvard. Yalo ana Princeton met to discuss the sitaation, that if Yalo persisted in standing out there would probably be no champion ship contest this rear with Yale lor a participant. So she agreed at Sprtngfiold mat she would play witb fifteen men In games with Princeton and Harvard and made arrangements forthwith tor practloe games with tbe smaller colleges. F1FTKKR MKX DIFFICULT TO SKLEfT. The Increase Irom eleven to Ultccu men necessarily in volved tbe training of more than the usual amount of new material. The difficulty ol getting the sufficient number well trained was one of the obstacles and ob jections Yale lormerly lound to playing fifteen mon. the position ol Yalo, as expressed by the captain ol the victorious team last season, em phasised this?"Yale wants lo play with sKiiied men, not with an unskilled croud." It is difficult to get thirty men oat lo practice two hours per dny at such rough work, when neither glory nor honor is attachod and tboro is no incentive except the "pride ot the blue." It is ossentiul that the filtcan whom it is supposed will make up the team should play together for obvious reasous, und they must also be opposed by uu equal number to insuro satisfactory results, some oi the men tnkon on this year are abso lutely green, and while It is impossible to forecast tbe result ol tho season's work until it Is known Just what material otner contestants will have, it is safe to suy that unless bome of tbe new men should turn out unexpectedly well the team of 1878 must be in ferior to that ot 1877. 'l'he same old familiar strict discipline will bo onlorced, and there will be a rigiJ ad herence to the requirements ol trail ing, und probably greater oflorts than heretofore mane, irom the reason that with tho losing of the lootball cbamplouship all the athletic houors of tho year would bo lost. I bore Is alack ol uniformity among the weights mid sizes of ihe men who will probably work lor the blue's honor. Of last year's team Thompson, '70 (captain of tho University crew), weight 172 pounds; Lamb, '81, weight 1G0 pounds; Hurdlng, '80, weignt 130 pounds; Ives, '81, wolght 170 pounds; Wakeman (Medical Softool), weight 160 pounds, au<l Camp, '80, weight 160 pounds, remain. Tbe remaining five wero lost by graduation. The selections will be made from among twenty men, and Karwoll, '79, weight 170 pounds; Badger, '*2, weight 146 pounds and Miller, '82, weight 135 pounds, will probably be on the team among the new olomeui. Strict training will be begun next Monday. Tbe use ot tobucco in all e napes will be strictly prohibited; the players wilt be expected to retiro at ten o'olock each night; beer will be allowed, bat oaiy in small quantities, and mormog and evening tbo men will run iu a bunch two miles. Tue oaptaln will make it his duty to see that these rules are eomplied with, and all colloglsris sro requested to report infringements The practice on the Hold daily will occupy Irom two o'clock until lour o'clock. IMPORTANT C11 AM IK IX Till HULKS. Th* Ru^by gamo u to bo played, that being agreed upon us being Hie beat. There is oue mudillcailuu of tlie rules IIiik year, and an liuportaul ono, however, by Ibe slrikiue oul ol the I ml tbreo words Irom tbc sectiuu, "A touch down is wbero a player patting bis hand upon iho ball upon th# ground in touch or in goal stops It m? toal It remains dead or fairly ro. " Also this vcar lour touch downs may be couniod equal to one goal; oue touou down, however, will have lbs precedence Should the uiimo ilopend on a decision between them. Previously touch downs have not been countod. Tuo. exact deiluinou ol a loach down iu view ol this departure will bo seen to bo very essential. The Rugby ball, with leather outer autl rubber inner, will be used. OAXKS TO BK PLATKD. No cbauaplonsbip games woie positively arranged at ttpriugQeid, or II undersiundlngs were arrived at circumstances may modiiy them. 1'riucetou wants to play at Hohoken on l huuksgiving Day or not ui all, anu Harvard's sole date lor play is Novoinbor 2a, tho Hume to occur at Boston. I be lucuhy luiorpouo 10 prevent the Yale team irom going to liodton ou iho 23d, but probably the game with I'riuoeinn will occur ul Uebokeu on fbnnksgivtug day. Yalo, however, would preler to play Harvard ou 1'haukagiving Day, and ttiat stems the only available dale lor the game that Yale Has. Tue arrange ment was for one gamo each with Harvurd and Prinoeton and two with Ambersi. Colum bia telegraphed lo Springfield, the day ol in* Convention, "Proceed without us," and giving uo rea son. Columbia ul*? lorielted ner game with Yale last year, Yale counuug It con*ei|ueuily as a gamo won. Atnher<l will be played here Ootober UO, anu at Am herst November 2. Trinity was played tho ilr.n prac tice game ol tho sesson at Hartiord ibis alternoou. Possibly fames mar be arranged with Tulls and Wesleyan. There is a possibility also tbal the Har vard and Princeton games may mil through on ac count of tbo action ol the laouiiy. plkxty or rexon. Tbe Qnaneial standing ol inu Yale losm Is good. The sophomore olns* alone has given about $400, and tbere will be lunos enough in fake tbe team wherever It is necessary. Heme ol Hie Yaie men are Inuiaposeii somewbal. i.atnb, one ol tbo boat rusher* on tho team has an abcess on Ills loll arm which temporarily llueriercH with his practico. Hardiog haa a sprained ankle, but wan out playing "back" oareluily yesterday. W. C. Camp haa a sprained ankle, hut was also out yester<Suy. Tafi, wno is in tralnlog, has a sprained wrist, and is laid up. What tho leum's uniform will be Isaayst undecided. Tight pantaioons pinch, and loose pantaloons pre too easy to get bold ol lor adversaria;. YAI.k'm POOTRAI.L RKCOKD. .Something ol Yale'* lootoail record cannot fall of Intercut. There are some names aiuoug the old piayera prominent In the reeoroa ol other albletic spurts at Yale, dome ol these are Uigeiow, captain ol the baseball teaiu ol 187(1} Thompsou, caption ul the University crews ol 18J-> and 1#79 and a member ol the winuiug crew u( 18*0, and Huwner, Yale's famous first base man. something nugbi bt ol Interest also in reference to ner position ou the matter ol the sue ol the team In previau* yeurs. first, her last year's record lor the onampiunsbip shows that she wou oue game Irom Talts, oue Irnm Trinity, on* Irom Stevens (Poly technic Institute), oue irom Columbia (lor f in-, anil one irum l'rlBOetOR by me scor* ol two leach down* lo noihlnt;. Yal* tli<l nut meet Harvard, but Harvard did Princeton and was beaten. Not a goal was lost hy Yale last year or the rear belore, aud last year not even a toiuli down. Yale played with twenty men in H74. In 187A there was n compromise, Yale play mg lllteen men iu lb* ltugby game modiliod. lu iNTti Harvard anu Yale each piayed eleven men, aud Harvard was boat** ono goal to nothing. Tho otlluurs ol the Yala rlub for the present y<>*r are?f, K. Kocbi'iori, '7(1, pro?ld*nt; K. H. Avres, '80, secretary; ?? Harues, '81, iroa*urer; \\. c. Camp, '80, capialu. iiACKEiS AND HANDBALL. At tho court of Mr, R. Metjuade, Madison street, ibis city, yesterday niiernouu, thor* was a spirited match at American rackets, lour-hauded, bast two In three games, l'ho uontc&tums were Mr. Thomas Curry ami Mr. John Stewart vs. Mr. .tames Ryan and Mr. .lolin 1'uun. Following Is tbe scorc:?Curry ami Stewart, 18, Ul, 21} llyan and Duini, 21, 10 aud 10 ace a. Next came a fonr-lmnueil citcounlcr. best two In threo gainoa, nt liunUball. Mr. Jiuuei CJuinii aud Mr. TnoniMS t'ny played ngams: Mr. John McMsnns and Mr..J unes Manny. Score :?yiiimi and Kay, 21, 10, 21; McManua and Mailoy, 14, 21 and 10 noes. TliOTTEKS IrOli SAN FltANCISCO, (BT TXt.tORArU TO THE IIRRALD,] OmaIa, Of L 19, 1878. Job a Mplnn left for San Fruncisoo lo-dsy, In tluild Doble'j si biepaliee c;ir, taking Kirus, Swceticr, Ailolaide, Cnhnamnd other horse* ol speed to winter litem in ibat ottjr. nplau says b* will not wvf* Ilarus a ?r> wuilo tber*. AMERICAN JOCKEY CLUB. Tli* events lor tbe din day's racing at Jerome Parle, on Tuesday, November 5 (election day) are as follows:? Fik?t Bacb.?Puree, $300. Horses not bavins won a race ot Uio value ol $1,000 this year allowed 5 lbs. ; those not having won aay race ibis year allowed 12 lbs. ; maidens, il 4 years old or less, allowed 16 lbs.; 11 o or upward, 18 lb-. I h roe-quarters oi a mile. Sjst'OXU Hack.?Hotel Stakes, preneuiad by llie Filth Avenue, Deltnonluo and Brunswick hotels; handicap sweepstakes ol $">0 each, or $20 il declared out by No vember 1, wilb <7i>0 a'Jdeu, ol which $100 to ibo second horse. Entries to be maoo by Wednesday, October 23. Weights to be announced ou .Monday, October 28. One nine and three-quarters. llilKu Hack.?I'urse $400. A free handicap. Entrlos to be made at, tbu course oa Saturday, November 2, by lour 1*. M. Weights to be auuouuced by leo A. M,, ?u Monday, November 4, and acceptances to bo mndo by lour A. M. on same tiny. Ouo mile and a furlong. Fourth Hack ? I'urse $300. The wiuner to bo sold at auction lor $$1,500. Il cn'ered to bo sold for $1,000, allowed o lbs. ; il lor $T.'i0, allowed 10 lbs. ; il lor $500, allowed IS los.; 11 lor $300, allowed IK lb*. Horses not having won a race in 1S7S, allowed 5 lbs. In addition. One mile. Fifth Hack.?I'urse $300. A Iroe handicap lor two. year-olds. Entries iu bo made at the course on Satur day, November 2, by four h*. M. Womliu to !>c an nounced by tea A. il. ou Monday, November 4. and acceptances to be mado by four P. M. same day. Ttiree-quarters ol a mile. Sixth Hack. ? Handicap Steeplechase? Purse $700, ol which $130 to the aocoud and $00 10 the third horso. Entrance Ire*, Kntries to bo hi ide at tlie course on Saturday, Novomber2, by (our P.M. M'eignis to bo announced by two P. M. ou Monday, November 4. Threo horses, the property of diflcreal owners, to start or no race. I he usual steeplechase course. Kntries lor purses (except for steeplechase), live per ccut to go to the second horse. First race promptly at one o'clock. .Should the slate o( the weatner and the condition ol the proand render lurthor racing impracticable the Kxecutivo Comtnilieo reserve mo riglH ol withdraw ing tUo programme. MARYLAND JOCKEY CLUB. Baltimore, Oct. 19, 1878, The fall meeting of the Maryland Jockey Club, which beglas at the I'lmlico racecourse next Tuesday, promlsos to be one of the lluest nnu best attended ever held by the club. About ouo hundred borces have arrived at Pimlico, representing the loliowlag stables:?L. I,. Lewis' aud F. Sterns', Jr.; Thomas Puryear & Co.'s, E. A. Clibaugh's, George Korillard's, Owens Ac Cadwallader's, Fleming's, Thomas W. Dos weli's, C. F. Browne's, Burcb'.?, Governor Bowie's, C. W. Modinger's, James Jennings', 1. It. A: \V. K. Davis', D. McDnuiel's, Payne's, McMahon's, A. D. Brown's, Daly Brothers', I'ryor's, Owyer Brothers', Suediker's, Welch's, Taylor's, D. Mccarty's, Unli cock's, FuzpuWIck's, Charles Heed's and 1'. Loril lard's. CHARTER OAK PARK. LAST DAT OF THE OCTOBER TROTTING MEET ING? KANSAS CHIEF TUB WIN NEK OF THE POSTPONED "FREE FOB ALL." RACE. [ill TELEQI! APH TO THE HERALD. 1 11 ARTKOKb, Conn., Ool. 10, 1878. Tbo "free for all" race ol tlio Charter Oak Park October meeting was flulshed this morning, having been postponed last ovenlng on account of darkness, Kansas Chief and Dick Swlveller then having two beats eaob. The track . waa heavy this morning from rain, and lbs attendance was light. A siuglo beat, the Qiih, decided this race. Kansas Chief and Swlveller kept about even until just beyond the quarter, when tbo latter lost by a break. Catching hand, somely, he again lapped the Chief at the balf, and thus tbey went to tbe dis tance, when Swivnilor'a driver saw he could not take the heat, and held back, tbe Chief going under the wire winner by a length, in 2:30, ot the heat and tbe race. Swlveller took second money and Thomas Jeltorson third. Tne result was astouishlug to those who bad bought Swlveller heavily In the pools at $25 to $6 lor tbe ileid. SUMXART. Ciiartkr Oak Park, Hartford, Octohkr 18 Attn 19, 1878.?Fourth axi> Finn Days op tiik OcroitKK Tkottixo Mxktixg.?-Free lor all" parse ol $.'>00, divided; mile beats, three in Ave, In barneas. (Four beats trotted on October 18.) J. II. Martin's (Now York) b. g. Kansas Chiel 3 2 111 James G-uuen's (Boston) b. g. Dick Swivelier 112 2 2 J. 11. Welcu'ti (Harilord) blk. a. Thomas Jcflorson 3 3 3 3 3 TIM*. Quarter. Half. Mite. First heat 35V 1:11)J^ 2:23# Second beat 3??% 1:11 2:21;^ Third heal 85)5 1:10 2:23>2 Fourth heal 37>4 1:13 2:2i># Ftlih heal 35 1:14 2:30 QUEEN'S COUNTY HUNT. Now Castle wan the meeting ground yesterday (or I tbe Quceas County Hant. lu spite of tbe rawness of the day a pretty targe field turnod oat. Ttie bant broke oovor ia a stubble field to tbe eaet of New Castle, and after running a abort dlsianco In a north erly direction It became apparent tliat tbe scent wag poor, on account of tbe high wind which prevailed. Alter catnog sero-s a lino pioeo of country. In tbe triangle formed by Newcastle, llioksvllle and Jerusalem, tbe pack inideabreak. Pretty soon tbe Kcent was again picked up, but the hoands were at fault?four of them Keeping on tbe fresn track, and tho rest getting ou the buck soeut. 1'he greater part of the pack 'ollowed the back scent to noar Nowcaatle, and tbe (our do,ie thai were rigbt kept on the true sceot to uear Jerusalem, wuero they wore withdrawn. The hound* that were at fault returned to the kennela, whloh were reached about the same time that tbe re ?uuluiler of the pack got there?a quarter to lour o'eior.k. The lenens wore Dot very stiff, and the day's ride was very agreeable. Next Wednesday the meet will be at Island Trees. BOGAllDUS' LAST MEDAL. By a recent mall stonmer Captain Bogardas, cham pion wing shot o( the world, received a bandaotno gold medal Iroin tbe International Una aud Polo Club, London, accompanied by tbe following letter, wblob explains Itaeif:? IXTt-'HMTinffAI. (iv* ASP POM> Ct.fB, > 178 I'lOOADll.l.V. W.. Mupk -4, 1H7M. j ToOaptain BooAUnua:? r?iK:?Mr thla mail I have maeh pleaaure In forwarding to you a Reld meual of the International (iun ami I'ulo Cliib oa a memeato of yaur victory in the eonieat with Mr. Atturey I'.iventry nt llrighton, ami your Ktraliilitlnrwiril and snortamanllka liearlnu ihrungtiout the match. Kindly lot int! know ? hi-ther you receive It all right I m. air, yours, reapect ally, IIK.*Kf HOLT. 8ec>eli<rjr International Una aud Polo O.ub. C.LAHH BALL HKKA KIM1, Captain Bogardus, who la new In town nnd will probably remain here all winter, makes the following oilers: ? $1,000 evon that he will break 6,000 glass balla out of fl,200: f.">00 acalnst #l,0'?i that be broa<e 6.000 glass ball* out ol (1,100, and $100 against CI,000 (hat he breaks 0,000 gi.<ss balls without a num. Mognrdus' screen trip to bo sprnug at Olteon yards, anu 1,000 giaaa balls to be snot at each day lor six successive days. lili'Lfi SHOOTING. Flubiiixo, L. I., Orl. 10. 1878. The Flashing nnd Wlllstt's Point Engineer Rifla Club* to-day shot their soeond of tho series ol three matches. Tbe mntct) was lor team? ol fight, at 200 yards offhand, nud wat won oy tho Flushing Team, scoring 1*0 to 100 lor the Wilieti'a I'oint Team. YACHTING NOIL. The siesm yacht Florence Withorbee, Captain Fos ter, Irctu Now York, bound to Florida, arrived bore yesterday, coaled and proceeded ou ber voyage via tne Albemarle and Chesapeake Caual. S<ho is a beau tilul vessel.?I.amlmiirh, Oct. 18. HOlUTGULiTJKAL EXHIBITION. At the armory of the Thirteenth regiment of the National Guard, at Brooklyn, there has been exhib ited during the last few day a specimens of horticul ture, rare trece and hothouse plant* Tbe object of tho promoters of this exhibition Is to take tho initial steps toward the establishment of a winter gsrtleo In Brooklyn by familiarising the public with tbe beauty of several rare specimens. A promenade concert was given last evening bjr Dodwortb'a Thirteenth Regi ment Baud, which wae largely attended, and In tbe interval notweeu the parts nt the mualcal pro gramme tbe liov. lleory W?fd Heecber, the chaplain, save a short address on the great henclli thu c>ly would derive Iroin the establishment nt a winter gar den, mid alao by au increased attention to tbo plant ing ol ahaile invB. He urged that, as lh? city ex tended itself, the sixo ol tho lots on which the houacs Wire to be ouilt should be increased ao as to glvo sh opportunity to the occupants to have cultivated ground* around then; to some extent The capabili ties ol Brooklyn tor Upcoming a city of beauty were so lavored b)- nature that tie thought If this were douo It woui<l tie the moat tiesuttlul ol the Atlantic Clllc*. lie said Ik w is almost an tdolstor ol treea, and he lcIt very sirougiy ou tho suti)?et uecausc bo regarded Brooklyn as, almost, nta biriuplnoe. THK FAIUYIKW BUBOLABY. Judge Garrettaon, in the Court of General Srsitoaa in Jersey City, yesterday at noon charged tbe Jury in tnocase ol I,ad tie, I'ttrceii and Burn- charged with the masked burglaries at Kairview. The |ury retired ai bait-past twelve, and up to a late hour last sight bad failed to agrea on a verdict. CHARGED WITH POLYGAMY. THE M \ RITAL EXPLOITS OF J. L. SnjfDLEI* AS TOLL) BEVOKK A DltOOKr.TN JUSTICE. Tbe career of Jolm Lennart Mindlein aa revealed In the preliminary examination beioro Justice Soulier in IJrooklyu, yesterday, is a remarkable one. Hp bail been arrested ou a charge ol ab mdaumont, prelerrcd by Mary C. Mindlein who was married to birn in Phil adelphia <n 1873, and on tiia arraingemeal a supplementary charge ol bigamy wui preferred by Magdalena Weidle, whom, It is mated, be married la M?y last. Judge Seuiler was luformed by Jury C. Mlndletn that on Marcb 25 last Hindletn nlio mir< riea Mr*. Mary Kusa, at Ptnllipsburg, N. J., and tbat alio would be in Court wben ibo examination took place, as would also another woman to wuom bo was married mNuwaric, lu 1876. A Ukkalo reporter obtained Irom lira. Mondleln (Mary C.) the lollowins accounts ol the mau's curoer:? Aa Mary C. Keuatle alio met Mcndlein at the churcl in which stio was a communicant, being lotro lu< o< to bim by her pastor, lie soou won her allcc lions, and in a short time tiiey wen. married. Beloro marriugo ho Had claimed Ul be a minister's aon studyiug lor the pulpit, but alter the knot was nod u? represented mm sell ua a physician und said he was a widower. During ino sec ond week ot ibo houoymoon tu-went to Alleutown, where be said his lurniiure was, au<l that he Intended sending it to their Philadelphia boarding house so as to Mart housekeeping A short time alter his departure she read ot the death ol a Mrs. Mludlei'u at Alleutowu Irom tba eOect ol malpruc tlce at the ban la ol her nusoand, John Lonhsrt Mlndletn. I his startled her and led to inquiries winch showed that be bud reachod Allontowu wuh ms wile irom Germany two years or more beloio, that ho hud been arroitod on the charges of malprac tice and uduutted to bail and hud also been charged with swindling, She wrote Dim and be answered to por-oo, ami going on bis knees convinced her mat she bud been misinlorined and la duced her to leave 1'tnladeiphia und accompanj him to Ailcntown, where tbey resided three months going theuco to Lehightou aud lloliertoo, and aftor ward reiurnlng to Philadelphia. Affairs In Allen' town looked ?o black lor n 1 in. however, oa nccouui ot numerous debts thut be bud Incurred that he raa away le Nowuric, and a notice ol his murrlage being published in tho papers, bis bondsmen got a rrqutsu lion lor him, but he m anaged to elude It and foraouio time disappeared. A UISAITOINTKD YGCXG LAUT. In 187.') two young ladles called on Mrs. Mindlein In Philadelphia and said thej hoard she was Mind lelu's divorced wilo. She indigiiuutly denied this aud proved to them tbat shu was uis Uwlul wlto. On this one ol the ladies wept violently and waa then taken with a series ol fainting flta, winch she afterward explained were caused by the perfidy ot Mindleiu, he bnving engaged to marry her ou tho following Thursday. bricksburg, X. J., opposite Huston, was the sceue ol the next exploit, Mury Husk, a widow, who owned a nice little properly, being the victim, rie fir-t, it 14 alleged, squandered her means und theu, borrowing all tho money he couid raise Irom her Irlonds and acquaint ances, suddenly chutmed bis quariors. it was not, however, until he bud boen recognized by a minister from Philadelphia sojourmug in E&sion who uad been swindled by M;udlem on a previous occasion. SKKKINU NKW VICTIM*. The gay deeoiver next turned up in Long Island City, where be represented himseli as a iawi er with a good practice, and called bimselt John Ladwig Mindloln. Magdalena Woldle was the inlatuated one this time, aud in May last she became hit wile also. 'then be pretended that he had become involved pecuuiarly through indors ing tor some clients, and he must, thoroloro, keep concealed, and she believing the story supported him and a little child by tho wtio ho brougnt irom Germany uutil two months ago, wnon ho decided 10 do something again. He ihcreioro opened a little shoo shop at No. 87 Joliuson avenue, Williamsburg, putting over tho door a sign ho pur. ouasod at a second bund lumber yurd, boarlng the name ot "Johu Enrol," and as Ebrot ho waa known in the neighborhood. A SL*It 1'RISKD CLKKaiMA.V. Tho state ol huppiness following this move, how* ever, did not lust loug, lor almost coincident with tba completion ol the I)rat job ot work be pot his last wife notioed tbat every aliernoon or so he would dress in his ocsl clolbos, and, going out, would not return lor several hours. sho complained to the pa? lor ol ber church, who promised to talk to htm on tho subject and urge him not to provoke bis wile's jealousy. Wbon he reached the store, how ever, be did uot enter, for to his great surpriso be recighliod in Mendioin the busbaud ot bts relative, Mury 0. Keustlo that was. Retiring 10 his study ho wrote to Mary, who replied 111 peraon, aod be then made tbe two woinon acquainted. A consultation with Judgo Semler resulted in tbo issuing ot a war rant on complaint of Mary lor abandonment. OU. TUB WlCKBb MAM. Ignorant of tho luipcuding catastrophe Mlndlln dressed as usual on Friday aud weut out, followed by Magdalena, who traeed him to tbe residence of ? young lady on Hamholdt street. Sho not being at nomo Miudlein went back to ins atorc and resumed his work. His lust wife, however, waited tor tho re tarn oi tbe young luay to Und mat she was en gazed to be marrlod in a duy or two to Mlndlel* und had bought all ber trouaseeu. He hat obtained some moyey from ber father, aud they wert going to Calliornia ns soon as they were married. Wnne this conversation was gomx on mere, aoottiei of a far different nature was taking place at No. 81 Johnson avonue. Ofllcor Guise, of Judge Semler's court bad entered the stor>> and accosted the oobbier aa "John i>emiarl Mind eiu." ??Well, that's me. What do you Want f" "1 want you lor absndonmeut. Your wife got thia warrant yesterday.'* Miodlelu, rising in utter astonisbinont, after star ing a second with open mouth at the ofllcer, finally gasped out, "Which?wl!o?lor?God's?sake?" ofllcer Guiae, surprised at tno oddoe-s of tho questiou, innocently asked, "Why. bow luaoy Wlvea liavo you got?" This restored Mindlein to ht*self-possession and ba strove earnestly to disabuse the mind 01 the ofllcer of the impression created by his first exclamation. At the station bouse be denied that be waa marriod to moro than one woman, Mary C., wno, he sstd, was la Philadelphia, but wben be met ber and Magdalena together in tbe court room ho scowled at them and cursed thom ao audibly tbat be waa censured by tba Court. The examination was mi down for Monday, until Which time be was committed without ball, though his counsel, Mr. Parmenler, adored exoellent security for his appearanoe. There is but little doubt tbat lour eomplainta of bigamy will be swora to bv tba victims ou Moudav, anu it is uot at all Improbable that more will bo heard Irom at the same time. ABT TREASURES OF CYPRUS. General Di Coanola la about lo deliver a soars* oi lecturoa on ibe hiatorr and ancient aria *1 the inland ?f Cvprna, where, during ten jreara' roaldenro aa American eonaui, ate invaluable eoliooiion of art re mains were mado. The lecturea will be lilutiratod with nuraeroua apecimnn* Irom the trcaaurea of th? Cannula Collection Ol tlio Metropolitan Museum, an< their dellvory waa requeated l>r a number ol out moat prumlnant eitixen*. The Bret will take plane ? Cblckering Hall on tburaday eveulng, November I. DELTA KAPPA Ei'SLLON FRATEB. NITY. TH* THIBTT-ABOOND NATIONAL CONVENTION TO rx HELD IN NEW YOKE THIS WSKK. The thirty-second National Convention of the Delta Kappa Kpsilon Fraternity will be held, under tbe auspice* of the Columbia College Chapter, In thli en* on Wedneeday and Thursday, October 23 and 24. The public exeroiaea will be beld at tbe Academy oi Music on rbur?day evening, at eight o'clock, aftel winch ibe Convention dinner will be lerved at Del niomco'a. NO TIDINGS OF IIOXIE. Inquiry nt tbe offloe ot Diatriot Attorney A. W. Tenney, und or United Btatea Marshal Harlow, of Brooklyn, yeaterd ty aiternoon, aa to whether any further information concerning Ueorgo W. Uoxie, the rx-Assistuui Dmtrict Attorney, b?<l been obtained, elicited repllea In tbe negative No new lalorfna Hon ha<i been obtained agaioat him, nor baa any clew been 'ouud that tn:iy lead to blade tecilun. Soma little excitement waa created by in? report that a body bad been laund In tbe river, lh< (loncription of which wa* believed te correspond witn that of Hoxte, Deputy Maranal DeClua vtalied the Morguo, however, and reported tbat tbe eorp?e w:>i not Hoxie'n. Tho conviction tbat Hoxle aailed lor Kurope on laat Wednesday morning, when he lelt h a boarding home, No. 01 l'lerrepout atreet, In a bark, taking with mm it.* clothes, appeara lo grow atrongsr each day. KAIN'S PECULATIONS. Jamos McCloikor, a lurniture mover of No. 181 Kaat 120th at rent, aome mouth* aio took Into bia em ploy Michael Kaln, a voting man living at No. Ill Knit 12?th street. Mtchaei'e branch waa lo drive to* carta and collect tho bill*. The Ural amount taken m by tiira (*?i boapent for poreonal noceeatiiea, but hii employer pirtionod Itim on condition tbat tlio auta ahoum he ueducteil irom Kain'a Wtgea. I.aet Ttiur* day 1 ho in a* Ciiuliiunli uu, ol No. 2.i2 avouut* B, pt)4 K tin |i, which th<> latter inveatel in a pohuy ahop. When Mr. MeCtOekvr n?n l bim lor ItKatn told hnu tolook lor it," adding tbat hie oflencn waa ni crime In tue eyee of lite law. At Hie request ol Mr. MoCiotker yeeterday Uetectivo 8nmh arretted Katn, ami in tho riariem 1'olioe Coait be waa comnmed lor examination, ACKNOWLEDGED ALL, William Burnt, a prisoner in tho Flfty.icvoatfe Street C'euri yeeterday, waa penitent. * "You were found drunk ta tho atracta," aaid I hi Magistrate. ??Veai boaatly drank." ?'l'ao officer iiad to take you in ehargof'' "Ati'l wheel HtO to lite station Home." "Y?a arn heartily ashamed ol yeuraellf" "I ant, Indeed. " ??Yott win pay the flnet" ? "A/, Your llouor,''