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THE i'Sortt’S PATOU, '■' *•■.-.■*■-■” ' ""M! , jEutcrecpfn thtpow office at BnySt. Louta IgLjßku second-elans mull mutter IV. I.MaY. • char, o, MflllKAF, ■ MAY A MOREAU. Editors A Proprietor*. *, .TER MW ST? BSC Iff I*TIUNT"one 7101 PS?for annum, Wrtetly rush in advance- Ail mlikiiuj rate* inane known upon up plication Job printing u specie It, . Tub ®piin can be, found by visitor- uinl alvi ! in Memphis. T-;. ■' .<■■■■ lii Jeifi rmin street; i . Sow York City, at Ufl '*''•’’.,loß BnHding; iu Chicago ut and 870 Dearborn street. Advertisement nml siihsoriptiMis received at cither of these offices. directory' BAY ST LOUIE FARME ICS' A LLJ ANC K. Mtiu, meets every first. Saturday ofe;.. li month ut Bayou Philip school).mise. II 1 .tixieii, ].resident,Samuel X ouDruzkow ky, Henetur.v. Onr Lady ofthe Oult Catholic dim. h First Muss every Sunday ut 7 o’clock, a m., semndMass at 10 o’elnck a. in. V< ■>- pees every Sunday eveningnt 4 o’clock. Very Kcv. Father 11. Ledne pastor; Rev. Father Alphonse Keiltel, imH.slaiit pastor. St. Clare’s Chapel, (Catholic.)-- Muss every Sunday and holiday of obligations a t ft in Mam Street Methodist chine 11—[’reach ing every second and liimlh Hundnyn in each mouth ut 11 a. in. Sunday school at Mil) a. in. Prayer meeting every Wed nesday iivoning ut 7 o'clock. Kov N. 11. Ifaiinon, pnsor. Christ Episcopal dmnh, Cedar Point - Services every first and thud .Sunday of each mouth, all a in. Sunday school. i. •ere Sunday at 10 a. in. Rev. Nelson A vies,Keelor City Echoes, —Scuppcrno igs, —The Regatta was a perfect success. Mss. 11, Moreau visited New Orleans to-daV. Miss Thorosn dcpncli visited li lends in the Crescent City this week. -Tintypes and photographs made at, Ih. Acme Studio, next to the news stand. Mrs. C. K. and. Lappe left for a short si r in New Oilcans on Wednesday even ing. --Mr Charles dcLabretouno has been cmi mining M s. lly. Sobers of New Or leans. Tion’tforget the garden party at the embolic Bis# ( Irove next Saturday evening. Mr, Paul Com be! came down Ironi Hi ,e dstlppl City Sunday evening to visit his folks. Miss Ala. Keif of flic Crescent City, 1 ere on a visit to Mis.-, Lydia Fairchild, ii. Waveland. Mn L. Munch and ' ” !er spent ,1 indav here auef were the guests of the ' isSC.i M ll IK 10. •Mrs. Dupre, t>| New Oilcans, is re ou a visit to Airs Charles lliilen, on ' lotheciu v sliv;l —Mi, .1. Kenny and son, Mr.Wlllmm K liny, were here from Mobile .Sunday on a Visit to relatives. If you are not u •nlinrilier t . Tin jii no extra copies c m be had at. this of- Hoc at 5 cents per copy —Miss Catherine Spotorno is visiting tin'll.is in Mm Ores...at City, having left the Bay last Khiphiy e veiling. —The lllrd Cjge and Buy View enter tained their gi/.sts and friends with a dance last Saturday -.vetting. ■ —Mr. 1 rank Mayo, hero rescnlly lu connection with lb. New Orleans Daily Slates, is no more with that paper. —After a iwo week’s visit to Mr, and Mrs. Barer, Mm. Beletiolo returned to her home ii New Orleans Sunday evening. ■ -lii-v. N B. Harmon leaves to-day for Long P.-ach to tako pun in tho Bush Ar lior M eotin; to lake place there to-mor row. -M • Jos a. Peterman, a well-known citizen of i ankliu, La., is spending n while hen, registered ut the -Bay St. Louis Hole: --Miss A!i Monty, Mr. George Clay Olid Mr. Joseph Hehieau, from .New Oi loans, were m Sunday the gueu. of Mag gin Henican. ' - Alter a siail of several weeks to Mr. M. L, Ausley, Messi. . Frank ami Claud Ansley left hatuiduy muriuug for their home In Kentucky. —Mrs- L. IV A moult and children, af ter a stay ot iwo months with Mr. and Mrs. Georg. Sick, returned to New Or leans Wednesday evening. '-Tit* Ei no acknowledges complimen tary ticket to attend the Garden Puny to ba given m-\t Saturday evening for the benetu of cb Catholic church. -- Miss vngeliue Piccalugu, attractive and accomplished, after a two week’s visit to friends at ihe Bay, returned Sun clay evening to h< i home in New Orleans. -Mr. W. W. Ansley and wife and daughters, Missis Lois and Willie and Miss Annie Hunter, after a stay ut Mrs M. L. Ansley, returned on Wednesday of lust week. ” —The little steam launch New V'ork is no more in service. Us owners say It doesn’t pay to inn the boat and have gone to New York, leaving their steamer up the river. —The-Board of Mayor and Aldermen or our sister town of Waveland will be legally elected next Tuesday, The Board mentioned in our colonies last week by our Wayelund correspondent was made only by nomination. —Dikp—.At Waveland, Mr. Solomon Lob, aged 41 years, on Sunday (night at 10:50 o'clock. The remains were convey ed to New Oilcans Monday morning and the funeral took place Tuesday morning from 718 Magazine street. -The "Meteor,'J■ Hr# handsome new slimmer yacht of Messrs. Andrew and Richard Fourehy, anchored off Bay St. Louis yesterday morning. Messrs, f ourchy wet®, keot busy shaking hands with their many friends. J - Regular elections fa Waveland next Tuesday. -•Mr. Chof Bosch spent Thursday in New Orleans. - Mr. John E. Penn visited friends at I Pass Christian Monday evening. r-Mis. 8. D. Mark ts entertaining Miss Lain Pasteur from New Orleans, —The Pearson home on Sunday enter tained Messrs, Per non, Cohen aud Rcns borg. - Mr. T. L. Evans und his sister, Miss M, Evans, spent Wednesday in New Or leans. —Master Joseph Luquet came over from New Orleans Sunday to visit bis father. —Mr. Philip May, of New Orleans, was was among tho many excursionists here Sunday. —Miss Emma Barrere returned to her home Wednesday after a pleast visit to relatives. —.Mrs. Clolblldc Klar is here Irom New Orleans on a visit to Mrs. J. I’. Gusputd and daughters. I lons. K. If. Hoffmann, J. F. Cazo nouvo and Geo. Arbo went up to Missis sippi City to-day. - Mrs. Maggie Reynolds, ol Birming ham, Ala., Is here oh a visit to her sister, Mrs. D. B. Seal. —Messrs. Junes and Wilfred Milton berger were guests of Judge E. Milton berger and family. —Miss Maggie Keill.v, after a stay of several weeks ut Mrs. Muller’s, returned to New Orleans Sundav. ■Mr. H.T. Moore, of Vicksburg, is here with his wife Oil a visit for health mid are registered at the Crescent. —Mrs, M. Wells, of New Orleans, was I,a welcome visitor hero Saturday from Biloxi, where she is summering. -- Mr. Ed. K. Saucier has commenced tho foundations for the erection of a cot tage on Main near Front streets. —Mr. C. C. Hartwell is having the beach bank in front of bis property re built in a good and substantial way. —Dr, Turner wont to Poarllngton on a professional visit Wednesday. The Doctor’s services ate in constant demand. —Miss Gertie Weiss, one of tho Bay’s fascinating summer visitors, left Wednes day evening lor a short visit in New Or leans. —Tho pretty little yacht, Alice, with a parly of jovial young gents aboard, sailed Thursday night foi Cat Island to spend a few days. —Mrs. I.asld y anci daughter, Ella, after spending a while at Miss Jennie do Paoll’s, have returned to their home In Now Orleans. • —lnvitations are out for a soiree duiisaute to be given ’Monday nignt at theJMoreau-Muller home In honor of Tun Echo’s junior. - -Mims Dorn Butler is visiting at Long Beach amt will remain to attend the Bush Arbor Meeting which takes place there to morrow. —Miss Anna Dcmouroilc, a popular young lady of the Crescent City, Is here on a visit, guest of Mr. and Mrs Joseph Cos in be I and family, —Mr. and Mrs. Wambsgnns rejoice over the arrival ol a boy baby. The young gentleman made his appearance Thursday night at 9 o’clock. —Mr. aud Mrs, A Anderson, who have been residing on Union street left Wed nesday for New Orleans, where they will make their homo in the future. —Bishop Thompson will preach at Grace Church, Nicholson aye.,(next Sun day morning at U o’clock. The regular service will be held at 7:30 a. w. —Orange Grove cottage entertains at present Mrs Julusou and daughter, Miss Mayrae, New Orleans; Miss Ida Hostrap, Gretna, La.; Mrs. Moran, New Orleans. --Messrs, J. A & J, O. Man dray have received a flue new line of gentlemen a shoes. It will pay you to examine their stock before making purchases In that lino. —Among the guests of theoo3oool are Mrs. J. T. Benedict aud family and also Miss Lydia Benedict, a recent graduate of the Upper Girls' High School, New Or leans —One of the most enjoyable dances of the season in Waveland was given last Friday evening ut the home of Mr. aud Mrs. J. J. Barr in honor ol tho vlsttiug yachtsmen. -On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Smith entertained at their hospitable home, Mr.and Mrs. Bicuvenue, of Point Coupee, La., and Miss Fannie Hunt, of New Orleans. —Congressman T. R. Stockdale, candi date for re-election, spent lust night in Ray St. Louis en route to Mississippi City to take part in tho political Joint discussion there to-day. - In addition to the interesting pro gramme published In these columns last week, there will bo the "Jolly Walters” song at tho Garden Party at Shady Grove, next Saturday night, —The decorations In honor of the re gatta at the Bay St. Louis Drugstore reflected public splrltcdness and much credit to Us owner, Mr. L, A. dcMoui luzln, and also to his courteous sons. —Capt. and Mrs. John O'Rourke gave a very pleasant tally-ho ride Thursday. Among those participating were Misses Maggie Colllgan, Nellie Cramond. Bella Schcuck, Mamie Haimfy, Ada O’Rourke and Mr- John O'Rourke. —The guests of the "Jackson House” were charmingly entertained Tuesday night with an informal dance. Tho band of Mexican musicians now town fur nished the excellent music, and all pres ent were delighted with their evening’s dance. —The lour year-old sou of Mr. E.|Hes lor at the canning factory fell from a bath house wharf last Sunday morning and was drowned. The father of the child Immediately ran to the rescue, but roach the sad scene too late. The remains were sent to New Orleans Sunday night Jor burial. WAVCUKD lOHOU Mr. I’au! Mitchell in the guest of Mr. Freret this week. Mrs. M. Goldstein, of Now Orleans, spent Monday hero. Mr. Clorc, representing V. Sell wan & Cos., limited, was over on Thursday. Major Sebastian, accompanied I>y hit estimable wife, were visitors here this week. Mrs. Claude 8. Younger visited Ins parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Younger, on Sunday. Mr. Jos. Thibodeaux, of the American drug store, of New Orleans, was the guest of Mr. Geo. W. Younger on Sunday. Mr. John Coni If has rented the lovely Dauphin cottage and has come over with tils family to spend the warm season. The regatta was a splendid success. Waveland never presented a gayer ap pear.nice than on last Sunday. The town was crowded with people from Now Or leans and places along the Coast. On Saturday evening at the residence ot Mr. E. 8. Mandell, the Waveland Gatherers, composed of young folks, en tertained their friends with a|delightful dance. Among the New Orleans people present were; Misses Daisy Allison, Katie McGruwand Lula Reagan; Messrs. E. McGraw, R. Farmer, and Mr. and Mrs. S. It. Allison. Botlce. If land owners, or stock owners, along the railroad, between Waveland and Hay St, Louis, will furnish and set up tenco posts, ten feet apart, along the outer edge of the right of way, flic company will furnish and place fhc wire, and will furnish and place the necessary cattle guards, gates etc., at crossngs. The idea is to construct fences on both sides ol the railroad connecting with existing fences. Corresponddnce is invited. • C. Matiruau., Snpt. riOKE LOCALS. - Don’t forget to try Frog Lemonade at the Catholic Garden piuty Saturday night. —Mr. Henry Knchncr, a popular young New Orleanian, was, on Sunday, the guest of Mr. John Crawford. —.Mr. ami Mrs. Oramonl, ol New Or leans, arc here on a visit to Mrs. Gra raont’s sister, Mrs, n. A. Terre. —CbarrolDg Miss Erin Crawford Is en tertaining Miss Daisy O’Kourke, who Is here for a while from New Orleans. —Mrs, Thomas Dabney; of Vicksburg, Miss., with her son and daughter, are summering at the Waverlcy cottage. --After a throe weeks stay at St. Stan islaus College, Brothers Macarius, Au gustin and Theodore have returned to Natchez. —Mrs. M. A. Dahlgren came down from Biloxi Saturday by boat to witness Iho regatta, ad in company with friends paid this office a pleasant call. —Collector Dahlgrun bus received or* dura from Washington to keep a sharp lookout lor fillbustcrers who may al tempt to lit out a. expedition against Bluefielda, somewhere along the Mlssia slppl coast. —To-day will he a hlg day in the poli tical history of Mississippi City. The several candidates lor Congress from this District will engage in a joint discussion. A good number of our people left on the 9:30 o’clock train this morning to attend the mooting. —At 5 o'clock Monday evening at the residence ot Mrs. Howard Smith. Mr S, D. Stafford, a native of St, Tammany parish, La., died almost suddenly. The remains were shipped to Now Orleans and the funeral tool; place Tuesday cveu ing from the residence of his nephew at 33G 1-2 Magazine-street. —Messrs. Chas. Breath, Frank Taconi, Leou Capdepon and Jos. Patterson were out serenading Sunday evening and call ed at the writer’ homo across the way, and discoursed some good and sweet music. The musicians afterwards called at the homo of Miss Olllc Caldwell where the mazy whirls of the dance were in dulged until a late hour, —A quiet but very pretty wedding took place 12 o’clock M. Wednesday at the church of Our Lady of the Gulf, Rev. Father H. Lcduc'ofllclating. The con tracting parties were Miss Mary Bon tempts to Mr. Jos. Geiger. During the evening a reception was given at the bride's parents on Apothecary street. The young couple have routed Mrs. Wel lington's cottage. —The lee factory has begun operations under new management. The plant has been thoroughly repaired and la now turning out its full capacity of ten tons per day. The new manager says that he will start the electric lights if he can place enough lights to pay expenses. K any of our people should want lights they can get particulars in regard to same by calling at the factory, —The Sumpter County (Fla.) Times pointedly aud wisely sava: >‘A man should stick to his town tlrst, last and forever. If the town -does not suit him, he should wisely move elsewhere, Llv mg In a town always and never haying anything good to say of It, is a very dis creditable habit. Every place has its virtues and faults. Show up its virtues and let the faults take care of them selves." One of the most pleasant dances given tn this county took place Saturday evening at the home of Mr. aud Chas. Ferris, oa the farm of Mr. Dau Heals, at Bayou Cady. The affair was given and managed by (Messrs, Richard Sleekier, Albert Martino. New Orleans; J. J. Bor dage and Christian Dorn, of Claiborne station, lo the time of good music dancing was kept up until 4 o’clock the following morning. An (abundance of refreshments were on baud aud no one failed to have splendid lime. —Mrs. J. T. Vlllars, nee Victoria Cur rell, died In New Orleans Monday morn ing at an early hoar, aged 66. Mrs. Vll lars was well known In Bay St. Louis having resided here until a year or two ago when with her family she moved to New Orleans. The big and well-known "Vlllars Villa” was owned and managed by her until destroyed by tiro ;iu the fall 1891. Mrs. Vlllars came from French pa rents of high financial and social standing and was wide and favorably known. The deceased leaves two daughters, Misses Stella and Eda, and two sons, Messrs Ferdinand and Chalmette, the latter resid ing In this city with his family. The fun eral took place from the Jesuits’ church Tuesday morning in New Orleans.| WHITE WINGS. SI’SfDAT’S C(iAT|A A SUt’CESS' A (ialn Dny lor Hold Wimlnl nnct Bay hi. toni. Hay t?t. Louis, July 29. -Under the arch* ing blue of n summer sky In weather us ideally beautiful as the day previous had been stormy nod .dtgagre able, the regatta of tho Wnvcinnd and liny St. Louis Asso ciation came off this afternoon, and wna In every respect the most notable contest of nnlllng craft that has over taken place Id Gulf waters. Fifty-seven boats started In the eight classes. The winner: were ns follows: Schooner yacht Viola, sailed by Bnm Hens- Up; Nepenthe, sailed by Aleck Brewster; cabin sloop Florence, sailed by Aleck O’Donnell: Vurnna. tailed by Hamilton Gautier; Hattie, owned by A. DePaas and nailed by n professional sailor; A. A. Ham ilton, Uoaa G., and Royal Flush* The feature of the regatta was undoubt edly the Nepenthe* Milo tank race, and al though the Nepenthe coine off victorious and added the third to her list of splendid running victories, she was closely pushed by the speedy Montauk, which made a magnificent tight under the sea manly guidance of Mr. Peter LnbotilMC. When the races started at noon THE SCENE ABOUT THE OOUUftB was nn animated one. /Deluding the racers, there were only n hundred boats of all sizes and classes in the harbor, all gully decorated with bunting, and pre pared to make all kinds of bailing noises with horns, whistles and bells. Every wharf and pierhead tip and down the beach ns far ns U was |K>*slblc to catch tho alightent glimpse of the racers wore crowded with people lu holiday at tire. For weeks nothing but this regatta l.nd been spoken of, and the whole Gulf coast was at it fever heat of expectancy. Borne large beta were quietly made on the Issue. The prizes varied la amount from $5O or silver cups for the larger vessels to $2O for the smaller craft. A great many tugs and steam yachts were in the harbor, notably the Helen, owned by Mr. Tbos. Sully; the Yvonne, by Copt. Eugene May; the llljou, the Washington, the Portland and a number of others. A number of parties were gotten up to go upon the water and with fat hamper# and safe (bartered schooners a merry day wan spent. The course was a fifteen-mile one, twice round a seven and a half mile triangle, with the stake boats no arranged that the boats would take the wind in three dif ferent ways—ulxmm, head and running free. During the race the wind, while not ns heavy as it might have been, wax amply Miillbdent, to carry the racers < n at a reasonable speed. Toward the end of the race, however, IT DIED OUT with the falling *f the tide, and ns the tables published herewttn Indicate many of the smaller craft cut away from the oiid crossed the triangle the nearest way home. An amusing feature of the race was the shill made by the voting athletes of the Agnes to increase her speed during the calm. They formed a living football wedge ami starting aft would come with terrific force against the mast, hoping thus to give her o forward i impetus urn* of the prettiest finishes of the dnv, despite the calm prevailing at the time, was that between Hie Vanina, Lufki ’ lumnm anti liana. These boats, starting off together at the Hue. mu round the course twice on remarkably close lerms and finished ho closely that any of the crew might with a long run have Jumped 1° hie deck of any of his Competitors. The Wnveland race worse is a mag mlh-enf one. probably the finest in (his country, for it Is doubtful If within forty .txvo.' : * K wf .T of the larger cities could is lounu such water and such other dr c uiustam es ns go to make a great re giUa successful. Wuveluml consists ex clusively of fine summer resldems of some or the wealthiest and most r-lined ,r New Orleans, and there Is net n run.;,hop or other nnrnv.n \ pi;,.,, within shore** 010 " w "“ p 01 "" iM> Moorman. owmortnn. of >, f . Mun lthc • uinll. Jlls B’.! 10 i y . ntn-h ■IL' J J ll Kts 1 .t, aii.l i-nrh ilerornted vvuti (loj id Imilim*. .i„ nn(tnlilp of (O’nmodiirc Moorman towed ov. r four of thr lx.nts for the race These w ff <he Louisa \V., Rosa <h, Ilono riuo. eat boats, and the slo<ii. Mlsnhlef Commodore Moorman said that the Man deville \cht Club would have nu KXCKPTIONALLY INTISUESTINO UEOATTA next year, and In view of the sue .'ei-s of the recent regatta thev were sorely lempted to have another In Au gust. The judges' stand was situated on the Ki’liooniT Axel, anchored op' M r Veter Uellwege's wharf al Wav.lnnd, The ienooner s Jwk provided nu auipllmde of room, aud was shaded from the sun hy nvut awnings. On ihe forecastle was Marco .the gun In charge ul Air, sidnev KcfrvsUmeats of all hinds were served to (lie gtirsls 1V n corps v.( ID . ried servants and every arrangement was made tor the comfort and convenience of the guests. Just off the Axel the schooner Winnie Davis lay at anchor with a brass hand aboard. The judges of the regatta were Messrs. T. H. Richardson, Lionel Adams mid Olho Elmer. The t*mers were Messrs. El Corkerv. Frank Glaussen and 11. T. Burton. The Regatta Association consisted of Messrs. F. R. Richardson, Frank N. Butler, Jr.. Jos. T. Shnnay and Fetor E. Uellwege. Among the gentlemen aboard the stake boat were Commodore Moorman. August Keller, G. I*. Crane. Juliet, W. Swoop, Robert J. Ross. Fred J. Swoop. E. Pujol, J. Reilly, Commodore Robert 8. Day, T.uclon E. Moore. Hon. Lloyd Poaev. Mr. I’euch. George Aldige, Mr. Tom Rafr, Mr. O’Dounel, Lionel Jtdams, O. Miner, Mr. Corkcry. William Mehle. George Butler, Edward Uellwege, 11 C. Fenner, Sidnev (>. Cook. The reception commit toe was as fol lows: Aug. Keller, chairman; O. Elmer, .1 J. Barr, J. U. Fell. 11. I*. Dart. J. B. Elliott. Jr., George S. Butler, Charles Coyle, P. Uellwege, F. N. Butler, Matt I). Tittgan, Charles Janvier. George K. Sears L. 11. Falrcblld, George Lhote, A. Le Blanc, V. W. Y'ouug, F. G, Swoop, J. M. Swoop, K. J. Bowers, N. Puech. When the ••GHr READY” CUX WAS FIRED a few minutes after noon a light breeze prevailed from the southeast and the harbor with its licet of all manner of sail presented an animated appearance as the various craft mauoeuvcred to gain advantageous positions at the start. The management of the Susie B. hy (* a pf Sam Gautier was admirable. Fifteen min utes after the first gun come the roar of the handicap gun. announcing the start for schooners and cabin sloops. Imme diately the boats began reaching for the line. Beating down to the first stake some of the racers came about immediately on crossing the line and ran off on the port tack to get leeway, while others stood on the opposite tack. These latter seemed IV ut 4 shown by the Issue at the first stakebout, for the Moutauk, winch got there first, went about Just over Die line and got the full benefit of the off-shore winds. The beat up to the slake was a beautiful sight, aud the s m. ors ’°°kcd to every second. The sloop Mischief was the first to cross the lino and promptly came about ami went off on the starboard tack, with the Susie B. fifty yards behind her, con tinuing on the lino of her first road,. The Viola followed, going off to windward jnel was closely followed hy the Mou tauk, who pursued a similar course of wisdom. Then followed in succession the Maine, Presto. Florence. Agnes, Nepenthe. Jennie P. and Mamie. With her handicap the Adrienne crossed the lino at 12*25 and out down for the stake with her lee rail almost submerged despite the light ness of the breeze. Ten minutes after the first handicap gun came the final otnrting gun for craft of all other classes. The 'iO-footers were in force and went over the line in a Jumble like nuts. The Rosa G. bad tbe honor of being the first over the line but a big detachment of opponents pressed closely on her stern. It was a hot race between the 20-footers all through and there were some splendid exhibit lon a of seamanship. There was an exciting tussle for pre cedence at the first stake between the Mont auk and Nepenthe, in which the Moutauk was victorious by a very few seconds. Meanwhile the Susie B. came P,P “•Bdlly and was n close third after the Nepenthe. The Florence and Viola came over next, and then the rest of the class. Meanwhile, ns the large craft leaned away for the third stake, the cuthouts came straggling around the second stake in such a manner that It was Impossible i? ahead. At the third stake the Montauk. which had meanwhile lost something of her lead to the Nepen- tbe, cam. about aud SQUAIIED OFF FOR Hf'Mß on utmost tuna] term* with ll.crl.Al, both boat.*- (‘hermetically setting balloon Jins. Mr. Ale* Jtruwatet, with adroit mauoeu vcHuc, workefl to windward of the lion tfluh and by blanketing tier gained a lead which was Increnswd toward the !• ■me stake. The Houle It. was third vim! the third stake. followed after several minutes by the Florence and \ioia, running closely together. Among the eat* the first boat to tonnd the second stake wan the UoaO G., which continued her lend around the circuit The first evidence of cnthuHlasin among the audience on boats and pierheads wax when ihe Nepenthe rounded the home stak‘ like a swan. The time was 1 hour 41 minutes and 2 second*. Ah she round eel and squared off on the starboard tack every steam yacht in the harbor blew Its whistle, and many of the other craft sounded bells and bugles, and hurrahs ciurtc from the groups.on the pierheads. The Montank was second around at i hour 45 minutes and .'l7 seconds. The Florence came round third at 1 hour 60 minor sand 25 seconds, and she was followed by the Viola at 1 hour 50 min utes and lo seconds. Poring the round the Nepenthe gained 1 minute '65 seconds'on her time allow ance The Nepenthe went off on the port tack In order to take advantage of the shifting wind, which was hauling round to the southward. Perceiving tl* 1 tacflcs of her opponent the Mem tank came about ami followed, hut the Nepenthe had meanwhile gained a lend which was nor counterbalanced by the Monauk’s posi tion to windward. The Jennie I*, came around the home stake at 1 hour 64 mln ues and 7 seconds, the Agnes at 1 hour 61 minutes and 24 second*. Iho Susie at J hour ft! inluuos and 1 second and the Adrienne at 1 bouf 67 minutes and 3 sec onds. Among the open-cabin sloops there was an exciting contest at the home stake between the Vanina, who rounded lirat, the Tana second and the fin-keel Lufkl Humma third. All three kept on Hie starboard tack for a short distance, and then .came about on the port tack, with the Lufkl Humida taking the Initiative, After tlw* Lufkl had broken tacks Iho Itana followed her lead and the Vanina chimed in. In the twenty foot and under class the Hattie had a lend of eight seconds over thp Allc(v round the I tome stake. The Itella fi was n close third, and the Toot icv came In omlng In her foaming wake. In the Igheen feet class, open sloop*, the Lady Lucked rounded tW home stake first, leading all competitors easily, de spite a poor start. The May M. was second. Among the catboats the Flora G. round ed first and the Honoring second. On the second ronnd, Nepenthe, Mon tank. Florence, was the order round the second and third stakes. In (lu* open sloop class the order was Hattie, Vnruna. liana and Alice. Among the schooners the order was Viola. Adrienne. Mamie Mac, Presto, The Presto seemed decidedly out of form, Coming In free toward the home stake on the second and last round the Montank was the first to set spinnaker. The Ne penthe kept her balloon in reserve till within .'too yards of the flag, when she set It lo starboard and came In like a swallow. Hhe appeared to have fully "even minutes' lend of the Moutauk nt the second stake and appeared to put up her extra wing only to look handsome on the Inshore course. Amid a storm of applause and the fir ing of guns and sounding of steam whistles and bugles THE NEPENTHE rounded the rod flag in .'I hours .1 minute 2T seconds. She came within an ace of fouling the stake with her balloon Jib, but cleared It away Id time to save her self. Rounding the stake her (row gave a yell and ran a broom and deck swab op lo the main truck to signify a clean HWf-cp. The Moutauk was In next, nt .1 hours 1! minutes JIG seconds, ti e No pen the scoring a victor} In actual sailing time over her of 13 minutes and f3 sec onds. Tin* difference by corrected time was 1) minutes and 10 seconds. The Florence rounded lo at tho stake amid tumultuous applause and wild cries of "Hurrah fir Larry!” nt 3 hours 23 minutes 33 seconds. Bln* was one of the prettiest sailing vessels in the fleet, and put up a beautiful race. The Viola catne in at 3 hours 30 minutes 42 seconds; the Jennie P at 3 hours 33 minutes- 35 sec onds; the Agnes at 3 hours 85 minutes 32 seconds. Following Ik a svnopßls of the races: SdKoner Ghaut Yacht a— KBapsod Oorrccied , Buie. Allowances*. time. 'H; i- 3 12 12 l r.p 3 or. 03 Adrk-MUe SUM 0 00 ; 13 &n Meteor No start. Mamie M 3 22 BO 0 00 0 00 00 Presto Did not finish. Gnhln Rloops (over 36 foot)— Nepenthe 3 01 2T> 0 00 2 38 05 Mom auk. .. ..3 HI 36 4 31 2 48 14 Gahln Bloops (under 30 fept)^- Florenco 3 20 33 0 00 3 o£> 38 . a Ifl a> 1 M a u a4 Jennie P 3 10 20 2 04 3 08 ! h a m 4i a47 aoh m EUilao a 28 VS* 820 3 20 03 i m lac hi of Did not finish. i’co. No start. Annie H No start Open Sloops (20 to 30 fee t)— Varunu 3 Oh 30 308 3 03 V 8 Isifkl Hunana...a 07 <>3 J P 4 3 0T Of) Abma aO7 CO 000 307 CO Daisy n No finish. Gjien Sloops (niKier 20 over IS foot)— H atn f a or, IV 223 303 Oft routslo 3 12 01 0 (K) 3 12 04 Aih-0.. 307 A3 I ol 308 27 The Utlla a HUH dlKqmilllk-d lor fouling the none- wiuke and tho Bella S., T.-D. and Flora <i rutlvd to Anlsli. V*!.'■ !i Stoo, iuiKler Jfi fi.'.‘ , . . , . Allowance. time Laity I.uckotl 0 J in k '••• 1 HS S 45 I" 1 M 3 28 03 (llnr U ~.'20 3 ns u May m ,r. ici a Bi m A'urlnne, Cuneort ami Uukli y U, .1 i.j uu t llutali. C-at boats (over 20 feut)-; I Corrected Allowance. Time. 11. A. Hamilton..., 5 ia a on 20 Hurt on n ft ia a u 40 Kllon IJ ft HI No tlniKh l/mlse W ft 13 a Ift Hi LolllO W 8 ai a 07 42 at. John 0 00 a ai ass Obtboats (over IX) feet)— Corrected Allowance. Tune. Minnie 3 D 00 No (ioisli Rosa 0 0 00 340 04 Marion D 0 00 No finish tVlitb 4 GO No finish flirty Surah I ftO 3 44 ,"l Oortnnc 4 ftO No finish Royal Flush 7 ftO 0 27 BO Gertie 7 Gi No finish Perl 7 GO No finish Hippie, lOltse, Police Patrol, Midnight and Neptune did nut finish. By 4:30 o’clock the craft that bod taken part In the regatta were either lying at anchor with their wearied crews Idling about the decks or making the best of their way through a picturesque mnset calm to the four parts of the compass from which they come. Many of the Southern Yacht Club fleet left this even ing, while others leave tomorrow and some not until Wednesday. The race for the Oynsoy cup. which In the regular order of things was to have come off to day, has been postponed. 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