The standing of the league nines, imluding Tuesday's games, ij as follows: Per League. Won. Lost. cent. New York 79 44 MR Chicago 74 58 .582 Detroit 65 .V) .528 Boston 6") ( .520 Philadelphia 63 00 .",20 Pittsburs? etl 63 .496 Indianapoüs 4B 81 .362 Washington 45 0 .863 Chicago, Sept. 27.- Capt. Aiison, of the Chicago League club, in a talk with a reporter before yesterday's game3 wereplayed, said he had given up tho hop? of winning the peunant this year. The league scores yesterday seem to jtistify his despair. ïhey were: At Chicago- Chicago 10, Indianapolis 3; at Washington - (Srst game) Washington 3, New York o; (second game) Washington 4, New York 5; at Pittsburg- Pittsburg 3, Detroit 1. Chicago, Sept. 28.- The local League club started yesterday on its last round of eastern base ball grounds, and when it returns home will have played its last game of the season. The club did not play a League game yesterday. , lowing are the League scores: At Pittsburg - Pittsburg 3, Indianapolis 2; at New York - New York 3, Washington 0- seven innings; at Boston - (first game) Boston 4, Philadelphia Í ; (second game) Boston 9, Philadelphia 4 - eight innings. Chicago, Sept. 29. - Following are the league scores made yesterday: At Boston - Boston ?, Chicago 18; at New York - New York 2, Dotroit 2- ten innings, darkuess; at Philadelpbiü- Philadelphia 2, Pittsburg 4; at Washington - Washiugton 2, Indianapolis 4. League scores Saturday were as follows: At Boston - Boston 0, Chicago 3; at Washington - Washington 4, Indianspolis 4 - seven innings, darkuess; at Philadelphia - Philadelphia 2, Pittsburg 4; at New York - New York 2, Detroit 6. Chicago, Oct. 2. - The feature of yesterday's base ball playing so far as the league was concerned was the capture by Philadelphia of the fifth place from Pittsburg, the result of the winning game played by the Quaker City boys yesterday. There was no game at Boston, owing to bad weather. League scores yesterday were: At New York - New York ö, Detroit 0 - seven innings, darkness; at Washington City - Washington 2, Indianapolis 1 - eiglit innings, darkness; at Philadelphia- Philadt)!phia S, Pittsburg 3. Chicago, Oct. 3 -Boston and Chicago were to have played two base ball games yesterday. but rain stopped the first, in seven innings. League scores were: At Boston - Boston 1, Chicago 2 - seven innings - rain; at New York - New York 6, Detroit 2; at Philadelphia - Philadelphia 6, Pittsburg 2; at Washington - Washington 8, Indianapolis 4 - eight innings.