The standing of the lea?ue nines, inoluding ["uesdr.y's güines, is as follows: Per jeagne. Won. Lost. cent, Vew York 83 -16 .040 Chicago 77 50 .578 letroit dl 60 637 Philadelphia 66 ül .519 Boston (S7 (Vi .515 Plttstnirsr 60 64 .57 ndiaimpoHs 48 81 .868 Washington 40 85 .3M Chicago, Oet. 4.- The crack western teams in the Leasue - Detroit and Chicago - were bolh defeated in the hall gamos yesterday. The dHy's scores were as follows: At New York- Ñew York 3, Chicaco 0; at Boston - Boston 5. Detroit 1 - seven innins, bad weatner; at Philadelpbia - Pniladelphia 14, Indianapolis.3: at Washington- Washington 8, Pittsburg 13 - seven innings. League scores Thurday were: At New York- New York 1, Chicago ü; at BostonBoston 0, Detroit 3; at Philadelphia- Pbiladelphia 17, Indianapolis 7; at Washington - Washington 5, PtUsbur;0. Chicago, üct. fi.- Anson's team got another full in New York yesterday, making the third time the giants oE the League have downed the ex-pennant bearrs consecutively. League scores were as follows: At New York- New York 12, Chicago 6 - eight innings; at Boston - Boston 5, Ddtroit 3; at Philadelphia -PbiladelpJiia 5. Imiianapolis 2; at Wasiiingron City - Washington 1, Pittsburg 5. Saturday's playing in the league was stopped íd L-very instanoa by rain except at Washi; gton City, where the score was: Washington 4, Chitago ö - seven innings. Chicago, Oct. 9. - League base ball scores yesterday were as follows: At Niw York - New York 2, Pittsburg 3: at Washingto i- Washinglon 6, Chicago 11; at Boston - Bos ton 6, Indianapolis 10. Chicago, Out. 10.- By the defer.t of the PhiladelpLia league ball club yesterday in the game itli Delroit the lat er ciptured he third place. Yestt-r.iay'-i league scores were: At New Y ik- Neu York 2, Pitts burg 3; at Washington - U'iis:nn rton 4, Cliicago )ö; at Puiladelphia - Pui udelpliia M, Detroit 1; nt Bostón- Boston 5. Indianapolis 11.