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J.trti mwmtarnrvaa > tft -i < fAlv-A ; % " + & THE OMAHA DAILY BEEt SUNDAY. AUGUST 20. 1891 , IT WAS A PITCHER'S ' BATTLE That is to Bay , the Pi'ohera Vfotl with Each Other in Getting Hit , OMAHA'S LUCK HELD OUT TO THE END 1'npn Get * n Qamo from Old Trnf } > j Vlrtno ol Sammy McJIni-kln Heine Tired In the I.Hut I.ong Inning. pmahn , 23 ; Des Molnes , IS. Lincoln , 7 ; 81 , Joseph , I , Qulncy , G ; Jacksonville , 0. Teorla , 6 ; Keck Island , 1. Hoston , S ; Cleveland , 3. HultlmoreIi St. Louis , 3. New York , 1S-B ; Louisville , 6-1. 'Irooklyn , G ; Cincinnati , 3. iMilladclphla. 13 J-'lttHburg. C. Washington , 0 : Chicago , i. Kansas City , 11 ; Sioux City. 4. /llnncapolls , 15 : Milwaukee , 7. ( ndlannpollH , 12 : Grand Haplds , 11. Detroit , 10 ; Toledo , C. Llttlo 'Dllly ' Traffley randl tils band of Iioodoos wcro cooked again yesterday out aU tlio park by the valiant willow wtclders of McVey. The -Ramo was not very bril liant , but ovcry known base ball term , with the exception of a double play , was fully represented. The bright particular feature of tha game was the umpiring of Colonel Haslcell , who for the Ufa of him did not appear able to tell the difference between a ball and a strike. Some of his decisions caused the rabble lo jear and hoot , but his beautifully modulated voice never shook. Whltehlll rotated tor the home team , but the enemy jumped upon Ills tortuous curves with delightful vim. 'The son of the north , Jamleson , was put in during Ihe seventh and wa lilt only four times , but he helped them out with four bases on balls. Mc.Mackln waa In the box for the visitors and was lilt hard. There Is very lltlle use In giving a detailed account of the score. Each team made twenty-one hits and runs came In al most every Inning. The game was a , see saw throughout , arul It was only In the last Inning that we pounded out the seven runa that cinched lit The errors of several of the team were sickening and In the sixth. Inning III11I7 Moran went to sleep and let McFad- den and Traffley make a double steal. Score : OMAHA. AD. 11. 1H. SH. SB , PO. A. E. Ulrlch. 3b 4 2 Seery , m 5 1 Langsford , ss 7 1H McVey , Ib. . . . 4 1S Morn n , c 7 S Hutchison , Zb 7 2 Fear , rf. . . . * . . 0 1 Pedroefl , If. , . . 8 0 Whitehlll , p. . 4 0 Jamleson , p. . 2 0 Totals . . . 52 23 21 3 3 27 16 5 DKS JtOINES. AB. n. in. sir. sn. PO. A. R. McVlcker , m. Fisher , us McFarland. rf rioffman , 3b. . Belslcr , If C 2 3 0 0 3 0 0 MoFadden , Ib 6 1 B 0 1 8 0 2 rrafltey. c. . . . 6 0 2 1 2 fi 0 0 Porlcr , 2b McMackln , p , Totals. . . 61 13 21 "j 1 27 12 "B Omaha , 7 23 DCH Molnes . , . , 2 1 15 Huns earned : Omaha , 6 ; DCS Molnes , 6. Two-base hlln : langsford , 2 ; Whltehlll , 1 ; Moran , 1 ; Hutchison , 2 ; Jnmleson , 1 ; Fear , 1 ; McVey , 1 ; Selslcr , 2 ; SIcFadden , 2 ; Mc- Farland , 1 ; Hoffman , 1. Three-base hits : Moran , 1. Home runs : Seery , 2 ; McVlcker , 1. Bases on balls : Hy AVhltchlll , 3 ; by Jnmleson , 4 ; by McMackln , G. Bases clvnn for hitting batter : By McMackln. 4. Passed balls : aioran , 1. Wild pitches : Whltehlll , .1. Struck out : Hy Whltchill. 3t by Mc Mackln , 4. Umpire : Ilascall. Time : Two hours and thirty minutes. lluclc Hint 'Km Kitded. ST. JOSEPH , Mb. , Auc. 23-tSpeclal Tcle- Rrnm to The Bee. ) Unit ! called the game ' at Ihe end of the sixth Inningwith the pcoro against St. Jos nh. Feelinn , who pitched for the Saints. .was wild anil had poor support. Score : St. Joaeph , 1 00210-1 Lincoln . . .i 1 03012 7 Batteries : Feehan , Brlstow and Welch : iJJarnes ami Rpfeer. Base hits : St. Joseph , 7 ; Lincoln , D. Krrors : St. Joseph , 4 ; Lincoln , 1. Karned runs : St. Joseph , 1 ; Lincoln , 1. Twobasehits : Feehan , McCnne- . Home runs : Welch , Kllnger. , Struck outt Ity Brlstow , 1 ; by Barnes. 2. Bases on balls : Oft Feehan , 5 ; oft Brlstow , 3 ; oft Barnes , 2. Hit by Pitcher : By Feehan , 1. First has } on errors : Lincoln , 3 ; St. Joseph , 1. Leu on bases : St. Joseph , 6 ; Lincoln , c. Dou'jle plays : Preston to Marcum to IlolllnM- worth ; Preston ( unassisted ) . Time : One hour and eighteen minutes. Umpire ! Cllne. CJeinu Whltowuiih tlin Jnx. QUINCY. 111. , Aug. -Special ( Telegram to The Bee. ) Qulncy shut Jacksonville out today by timely Jjattlng and sharp fielding- . A feature was the fact that nil of Qulncy's runs were obtained after two men were out. Score : Qulncy 0 0 Jacksonville 0 0 Earned runs : Qulncy , 3. Batteries : Mc- Dougal nnd Uoland ; Carlsch nnd Lohbeck. Krrors : Qulncy , 1 ; Jacksonville , 2. Itase hits : Qulncy , 7 : Jacksonville , 3. Two-base hits : 1-toylp. Newmun. Three-base hits : Bomersi Lohbeck. Home runs ; Wood , liases on balls : Oft McDougal , 1 ; off Car lsch , 1 , Struck out : By McDougnl , 4 ; by Carlsch , 7. Loaders I.lcked Agnln. PEOIUA. 111. , AUK. 25.-Bliuck's efforts were not well seconded and the lenders were unable to hit Johnson when a hit would help uny. Score : 1'corla 3 6 Hock Island , , . , , . , . 0 , 1 Base hits : Peorla , 8 ; Ilock Islam ) , 7.Er rors : Peorla , dj'llock Island. C. nuttcrles : Johnson nnd Armstrong ; Mattel ; nnd Sage. StiimllniC pr tli TCUIIIH. WKSTHItM I.K.UlirK < IAMK.S. Mr , Jlnnnlni ; ninlilntr 111 * Hid for Top 1'lnro n Trlllo Kironijcr , KANSAS CITY. Aug. 25 The Kanfns City lllues kept up their winning record today by easily taking the second game of the series from the Bloux City leaders. This makes ten successive-victories for the Blues. The game today waa won by hard hltllng at the ileht tlmo. Score : Kansas ) City 3 11 Sioux City 0 2-4 Hits : Kansas City , K | Sioux City. 13 , Kr- rots : Kansas City , 3 ; Sioux. City , 2 , Karneil runs ; Kansas City. 7 ; Sioux City , 2. Two- base hitat Manning , Beard , Stewart , : ; Holohaii , 2. Three-base hits : Miles. Home runs : Hcrnon. Kinsman. Double plays : Beard lo Manning to Kinsman ; Hogrlevcr to Camp , llanea on balls : Oft Parby , 4 ; oft Cunningham , 4 Struck out ; lly Cunning ham. 3 , Wild pitch : Cunningham. First base on errors : Kansas City. S ; Sioux City , SERIES NO. 27. Sunday , August 'Jfl. THE AMERICAN ENCYCLOPAEDIC DICTIONARY. 4 200 Pages. 260 .CCOWordi JXtiTllVCTim AXlt VSKVUt 4 attne of Knoirlrilue ami a finf of VtfftilntH , Tlicro arc more Ihlnes Instructive , usotul IP < 1 vlncmlntnr In Unit vni.it book , "Tlio American EucyelopollQ UlctlonirA" thanlu anr similar publication over loHiK-il. IhU treat wort , now fi r Ilio flrsl llnio I > mcoa within the reach ot everyune , is a unique publication , for It Is at ( bu iumt > Iliua a Verlcct dictionary ami a complete encyclo pedia. Only ll.al number of thu book correspond * Int vrltli tha series number of tlie ciHiua.i im-neiUtxl will bo Oolli r < Ml , ONK Sunday anil Thre ? Wonk-d y coupon ) , with 10 cent * In coin , will buy OIID pin v ( Tliu American Knvyelune < llj Diction ary St-iiUorUer Mimlor Hi94UlJ ! allrdiiil I ) DIOTIONABY DEPARTMENT 3. Time ! Ttvo hours ftnil ten minutes. Um pire : Sheridan. Attendance , 3.000 , Hut- tcrif : Darby and Donahue ; Cunningham nnd Krnus. Miller * Coining Agnln. MINNEAPOLIS. Aug23. . The Minneap olis nxplrantu for the pennant honors took n name from the Hetr City boys at Ath- lutlc park today In oneof the prettiest games of the se-anon. Score : Minneapolis 0 1131720 0-m Milwaukee . . . . .2 2030001 0-7 Kltn : Minneapolis. 17 ; Milwaukee , IT Er rant : Minneapolis , 1 ; Milwaukee , 2. Enrned runs : Mlnnnnpolls , 10 ; Milwaukee. S. Twn- base hits : Crooks , Hurnx , Hlnea , Taylor , Uolnn , 2. Home runs : nines , 2 ; Wcrdon , I'arvln , Twltchcll , Klopf , Taylor. Double plnyBj IJurnn to llurrel : Cllnirman to Tay lor to Carer ; Goodenoiigh to Bolun. Struck out : Hy I'arvln , 4 ; by Stephens , 3. Time : Ono hour and forty-live mlnUles , tfmplre ! McDonald. Hnttcrles : Parvln and liurreli Btcphcnfl and Uolnn. Ilotnlorn llrruli tha Tlo Afrnln. OIIAND IIAPIDS , Aui ; . 25. The Hooslern pulled themselves together today nnd got consolation for yesterday's defeat by hit ting Rhlnes heavily. Score : Ornnd Knpldg 0-11 lndlnnnpoll.1 021G3000 1 12 Hits : Grand Itapldn , 10 ; Indianapolis , 13. Krrors : Grand Utiplds , 4 ; Indianapolis , 4. lUttrrlcs. Ithlnps. Parkers nnd Spies ; 1'ep- per and flrav , Hu.-nod runs : drnnd Unplds , 3 ; Indianapolis. 2. Two-base hits : Spies , 1 ; McCarthy , 2 ; Henry , Motz , Shields. Three- base hlti : Carroll , Mills. Double pUys : Spies to Whcelock ; lloat to Shields to Motz ; SlilfUc to Rent to Motz. Triple plays : Car- ruthers to Wheelock. Time : Two hours and twenty-five minutes. Umpire : Howard Karlfl. Angclft Sllcln Rome IMuro , Aug. 25. After the two dayn' rent Horchcra pitched n line game , but was a trllle wild. Score : Detroit t 10 Toledo" 1 00120020 0 lilts : Detroit , 13 ; Toledo , G. Errors : De troit , 6 ; Toledo. 7. Batteries : Horchors and JanUen ; Foreman anil McFarland. Earned runs : Detroit. 4 ; Toledo. 2. Two-lmse- hita : Dugan , 2 ; Dooley. Pecord. Doable plays : Fotemail to Pccord to McKarlnnd. Time : Two hours nnd thirty minutes , Um pire : McQuntd. . btiindlnc " ' tlio Teams. Plavcd. Won. Lost. Pr. Ci. Sioux City 100 K > 41 r,9.0 Kansas City 101 ! & 4 ? 57.4 Toledo DS [ B 43 E5.2 Minneapolis ? fiS 44 54.0 Indianapolis 101 CO C4 .l Grand Jlnplds 101 49 55 47.1 Detroit 101 44 57 43.6 Milwaukee Ul 31 63 33.0 NATIONAL. MO/V 3UK UAMIiS. lloBton I'urMir-ft .tlin Poitmntwltlt Pertl- nncloua PiirnUtcncj. BOSTON , Aug. .23 , Boston won the last of the Cleveland series by n great team play and the eifectlve battery work of Ilodsori and Tcnny. Score : Boston 0 1030202 * 8 Cleveland , 0 0010002 0 3 Ilase hits : Boston , 15 ; Cleveland , S. Er rors : Boston , 0 ; Cleveland , 2. Earned runs : Boston , 3. Two-base hits : McCarthy , Duffy , Nash. Home runs : liannon. Dou ble plays : Connaiighton to Lowe to Tucker. Batteries : Hodron and Tenny ; Sullivan and Zlimner. Time : Two hours anil llfteen minutes. Umpire : McQuald. Orlolci .Snvcd by u I.lttlo Lack. HAIiTIMOUEi , Aug. 23. An element of luck entered Into the game between the Orioles and the Browns today. Ciarkson pitched peed ball and Hawke did fairly well , Score : Baltimore 0 0030100 * 4 St. Louis 100000200-a Base hits : Baltimore. E ; St. Loula , 0. Er- rora : Baltimore , 2 ; St. Louis , G. Earned runs : Sl Louis , 1. Two-base lilts : Hawke , Ely , Dowd. Three-base lilts : Peltz. Dou ble plays : Jennings to Ilrouthcis ; Jennings to IJeltz to Urouthers. btruck out : By Hawke , 3 ; by ClarUson , 3. Batteries : Hawke and Robinson : Clnrkson and Miller. Time : One hour and thirty-live minutes. Umpire : Bells. ColoiiuU Cinch Tliflr Tail Holt. NEW YOrtlv. Aug. 23. In spite of the Futurity , nearly 9,00 * people- turned out nt the Polo grounds today to witness Ihe Glanls add Iwo more defeats to the ac count oC the Bourbons. Score , first game : Louisville , . . 0 0 ' 01 1100 3 6 New York kj. . . 3 1 4 3 0 1 .2 4 - ! Base lilts : Louisville , 10 : New A'ork , 15. Errors ; Louisville , 7 ; New York , 5. Karnecl runs : Lolilsvllle , 2 ; New York. 6. Struck out : By Nichols , 1 ; by Meektn , 4. Home runs : Davis , Farrel. Three-base hits : Tier- nan. Davis. Double plays : Davis to Doyle ; Fuller to Wilson ; Xahnor to Pfeffer to Lutenberg. Time : Twp hours and fifteen minutes. Umpire : Hurst. Batteries : Nich ols nnd Grim ; Meekln und Fund. Second game : Louisville 0 01000000 1 New York 00020300 * E Base hits : Louisville , 12 ; New York , 8. Errors : Louisville , 2 ; New York. 2. Earned runs : New York , 3. Struck out : By nusle , 5. Two-base hits : Burke. Double plays : Lutenbcrg lo Pfeffer ; Lutenberc ( unas sisted ) , Batteries ! Wadsworth and Xnliner ; Jtusle , and 1'nrrel. Umpire : Hurst. Time : One hour and thirty-eight minutes. Diuili Kept IIU Sr Unr < > il , NEW YOIIK , Aug. 2S. The Ited3 lost this afternoon's game to the Brooklyns through their Inability to hit Daub -when they had men on bases. Score : Brooklyn 3 0001001 * 6 Cincinnati 0 00300000-3 Base lilts : Brooklyn. D ; Cincinnati , 3. Er rors : Brooklyn , 5 ; Cincinnati , 3. Earned runs : Brooklyn , 2 ; Cincinnati. 2. Struck out : By Daub , 3 : by Dwyer , 2. Three-bane hits : Dalley. Two-base hits : Corcoran. Double plays : McPhee to Comlskey : Cor coran to Lachance , Time : One hour and forty-live minutes. Umpire : Kecfe. Bat teries : Daub nnd Dulley ; Dwyer and Mer- rltt. JMrate * Still on tlio Slide. PHILADELPHIA , Aug. 25.-Phllailelphln put up her winning record by taking her third successive game from Plttsburg. Score : Philadelphia 3 13 Piltsburg 2 04000000 6 Base hits : Philadelphia , 22 ; Plttsburg , 7. Errors : Philadelphia , a ; Pltsburg , 3. Earned .runs : Philadelphia , 9 : I'lttsbunr , 4. Two- base hits : Taylor , Weaver (2) ) . SuciK'n. Three-buse hits : Hamilton , Thompson , Buckley , Beckley. Home runu : Thompson. Struck out : By Taylor , 3 ; by Gumbert , 1. Time : Two hours nnd five minutes. Um pire : Lynch. Batteries : Taylor nnd Buck ley ; Gumbert and Mack. Colin Aguln liuilly JIonlcii. WASHINGTON , Aug. 25 , Good , clean hitting won today's game tor the Senators. Score : Washington 0 00002223-0 Chicago 1 10002000-4 Itase hits : Washington. 13 ; Chicago , 10. Errors : Washington , S ; Chicago , 1 , Karned runs : Washington , 9 ; Chicago , 3 , Three- base hits : Hassamnor. Home runs : Sel- bach. Double plays : Shiebeck to Cart- wright (2) ( ) . Struck out : By Stratton , 1. Time : One hour nnd fifty-live minutes. Umpire : Emslle. Batteries : Stockilale , Mercer und McGuIre ; Strattoti and Schrlver Sltiiullnirol tlio TI'IIIIIS. Plaved. Won. Lost. Pr.Ct. Boston 10.1 CS 35 M,0 Baltimore , . . 100 tit ' 3(3 ( fri.O New York . ' . 104 & ! 28 KI.6 Philadelphia 93 57 * 42 57.C Cleveland 100 51 43 M.O Brooklyn 103 5 ! 60 51.B Pltsburg 102 CI M CO.O Chicago 101 47 67 45. Cincinnati 101 4S 53 4t.CA St. Louis 104 42 02 40.1 * Washington 103 31 63 33,0 Louisville . ! " ) 3'j 71 31.1 r.i.Ht of Old Hill Today. Bill Trallley'a polished think tank will shine over the- Omaha diamond for the last tlmo this season this afternoon. Now , don't you think because old Bill and his crew are not -winning that they are not playing ball. No , Indeed. The old man has some crackerjacks - jacks In his team , and If he coulil only bhako off Ills streak of hard luck he'd make the liveliest chase for the Hag you ever watched. As It Is , every fain that plays Dca Jlolnoa knows It has uecn to n ball Kame. And Papa't ) boys are just the same. The teams today : Omaha. Position , Des Molnes , McVey First McFaden Hutchison. . . . . . . . . Second . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Porter Iilrlch Third Hoffman Langsford. . . Short Fischer Pedroes , . Left Srlsler Seery Middle McVlcker Fear Right McFarland Moran. Catch Trallley Jaraelson , Pitch Harris At Nonpareil I'nrk Today. The Nonpareils will "meet the Tony Her. olds this afternoon at Nonpareil parts. Four teenth nnd Vlnton. The HeroMs promise to glvo the south rod pets a merry chase. Game culled nt 3:15. : Admission , ICc. The teams : Herolds , , Position. Nonpareil * . Horton First . . . .Bowman Shields Second . . .McAulItf H. Bowles Third Dolun W. Bowles. . . . Short Bradford Furuy Middle Jvllen MnnaKhan Left , Ailums Weberir IllKht Davis Sage , Catch Blttinger Snyder Pitch . . , .tattler RACE 1IEETINC AT RUSH PARIt Entorpiisinir Business Men at Independence Revive ilin Famous Williams Kite. FIVE DAYS OF SPORT PROVIDED FOR Jinny rirnt Home * Will ( lo After tlio Lib eral TurKonHunt ; Up Sorao Com- mo.nt on tlio Wonderful Mlle Silicic. Igr Allx. A great racing- meeting will begin tomorrow afternoon at Hush park , Independence , la. , on the trnck mmlc famous by the rise anil fall ot Charley Williams. This"la the kite- shaped track which first attracted the at tention of harness horsemen toward the west and especially Iowa , and Is the bit of turf which will always bo'connected with the names of Axtcll and Allerton. Williams made the ( rack and town , spending$2pO.OOO for that purpose , but reverses came he tried to do too- much and ho Is now manager and part owner of a track over at Galesburg , III. The track which ho built at Independ ence is probably the finest kite-shaped course ever constuclcd , and besides bringing out the fastest clip of the trotters antl pacers , gives horses a tiptop record , something desired by every breeder and owner. When Williams broke up In business It was given out that there would bo no more great racing meetings In , Iowa , but a number of enter prising citizens thought differently , and they formed themselves Into the Independence Driving Park association , and during the next five- days they propose to show that 'ho spirit of Williams goes marching on In that town , just the same as when tha noted horseman waa at the zenith of his turf glory , The officers of the new association have or- ranged a program of twenty-one trotting and pacing racea for purses aggregating $25,000. The money Is nil on deposit In ono ot the local banks , and when , the winners are announced from tha judges' stand Ihi owner can go to the secretary of tjie as sociation and get his check ( or the amount he Is entitled to. Such men as Charley Thompson , Zach Stout and A. II. Farwell have charge of the affairs ot the association and they have secured 400 entries for this meeting , among whom there are 130 nnlmals with marks below 2:20. : Thirty-two last horses from. Nebraska are entered and they will glvo the hdrses of the Hawkeyc state a hot chase for the money In every event. The managers have arranged Monday ns their "BlueIllbbon day , " and will admit the , ladles free on that day. They have secured reduced rates on the railroads , and will have a special attraction In the shape of a fine horse show In "ie of the largo stables In the paddock. Tha racing will continue fet flvo days , and there will bo four events on each day's program , so that the people wll get their money's worth. Another tlitnjj the managers have done , which will be ap preciated by the public. Is that they have fixed the price of admission at 50 cents anc this admits any person to all parts of the grand stand or grounds , except the quarter stretch , which Is reserved for the owners and horsemen who are specially Interested In tha meeting. All the managers need now to make this meeting ono of the most suc cessful In the middle western states , Is favorable weather. The Idol of the trotting turl , and. In fact , of every true turfman , Just at present , Is "Sweet Little Allx. " the beautiful bay'mare owned by Morris Jones of lied Oak , la. , nml who Is now being cdlnpalgned with Monroe Salisbury's speedy string of California horses. The animal captures the hearts of loVers of horseflesh at first glance because pi lier docile , kittenish manner , her beauty of Jorm , being oneot the most perfectly formed ani mals oiu the turfv and her pure gait when she Is out In a race , as .v-cll as her game qualities on the track. Probably , more In terest Is centprert.ifln this little mar ? now than -has cvar ( been glven < any other- turf performer because 'of her ease In traveling a mile at Washington park last-week In a raqe In 2:05V4. : She beat the track record and came with In a second and a quarter of equaling Nancy Hank's mark of 2M ; ( , and horsemen freely predict that Allx will , lower that before the close of the season , In fact Andy McDowell , her driver , has agreed to flend her against the Nancy Hanks record at Terre Haute sometime In the near future. Allx Is one of the colts bred by Dan Hayes of Muscatlne , nnd by him was sold to Morris Jones In his Chicago sale In 1889. She repre sents more crosses of Abdallah I. than any other horse now on the turf. She took to trotting naturally , and has never needed the whip In any of her races , In fact Jones avers that he never struck her wllli the bud bul once , and that was to cure her of a slight fault , which she has never repeated. Allx , Nancy Hanks and Dlrectum arc the only three trailers who have traveled as fast as she did at Washington park. Du- Bols , "Pa" Ilamlin , John Kelly and other horsemen ure of the firm belief that the track was from one and a halt to iwo seconds ends slow , and predict that If she can find as favorable circumstances for her trial to break all records ns did Nancy Hanks at Terre Haute sue will get a record of 2:03. When Jones was In Omaha In Juno he pointed to Ally's record uf 2:07 : % and said : "Allx and I will lower that mark more than four seconds before I put her Into her winter Quarters. " Can the gallant little animal go that fast ! * * Allx knocked a half second oft her Terre Haute record of 2:05i. : made the second week In August , at Washlnglon park last Monday by traveling ah exhibition tnllo In 2:05'/i. : The track was fully two- seconds slow when she made the efforl. It had bcn announced that she would go against Nancy Hanks' rec ord of 2:04 : , but owing to tha unfavorable conditions nnd slowness of the track , Mc Dowell said lie would .only try ( o beat the track record of 2OGU. : She reduced this mark , a second , and finished strong and fresh. She went the first , half In 1:03"4 : , and thoii completed the mile in 1:02 : , and Mc Dowell Is authority for the statement that she could have beaten this time a full second end If he had pushed her lo the talk , As It IE , her'performance Is really more cred itable than that of Nancy Hanks under the most perfect cf conditions. The exact time of 2:05 % has. been taade by three trotters. Nancy Hanks trotted to that record at In dependence , August 31 , 1892. Dlrectum did his mile in the same time at Nashville Oc tober 18 of last year , and Allx has now slopped to the same figures. Before Allx was started , ' C. J. Hamlln , owner of Fan tnsy , a possible rival of Allx , remarked that Allx nor any other trotter could make the mile In less than 2:06 : % , Afterward he said : "It was n grand performance , " with big emphasis on the "grand. " and repeated ! "A grand performance , most decidedly. The con * dltlons. were not the best , but certainly bet ter than liad she gone earlier In tha day. " The consensus of opinion evcrywhere among horsemen was that the track was slow , much slower than at Terre Haute , and while her performance Monday did not compare ; with her race record , It was rated as among the very best , If not actually the bbst , miles ever trotted against time. Billy Paxlon's Two Strikes was In a hot race lu the 2:11 : pace at Wathlngctn pirk on Wednesday , He ktarled In the race as n poor choice for place , but after the first' heat the pools sold on him were 1 to 3 for place. and once It looked as If he was going to win , but his rival , Fldol , was too strong a finisher , und won the race In straight heats , but had to be driven to thC limit In each heat to beal the Omaha horse. Two Strikes pushed Tldol under the wire In tha secnd brut In i':10Vi : , nnd lost by less than half a length. Coler idge , one of the eastern crackcrjacks , was drawn from this race , and It was thdughl that Fldol would have -walkaway for the big end of the purse. In. the flrsr. after Hockcr had carried the- favorite to t'.id of tlie stretch , Fulliigui brought Two Strikes along with a ruih en the outside , anil JUven- burg had to go to the whip , and saved the heht for Fldol by but a length , In 2:14. The finish and the time made U look as 1C Fidel's speed had been overestimated , but he ei all doubts at rest In the Becnd heat by lying close to his flelil to the bead of the stretch and then ulepplng homo In 0'305i , with the Nebraska horse a hot second. Carbonate and Directly bayo met In lh < lr finish fight , and the little black 2-year-old wrested the laurels from the roan horns belonging to DuDols' Denver stables. Tbe * . c < > lts have l > tfn rivals In Ihfr leading pacing eventR for 2-yryir-plds during tills Reason , ami Princess nnijil J.udgo Hurt liave divided onors with Hhj n. 'in rome ot tlio a rand Circuit meeting. , Carbonate 1 * a game youngster nnd is bigger nml i > pirently stronjrer thnL 'Directly. iUlioufili t 'has ' not the BpeedS" 'After a good deal of rivalry t was arranged' ' that th o colts s-ltlo the question of lu foiWltr , and n match ri ce was arranged nnirtytfllcii off at Washington park luring the eSriy part of the past week. Carbonate as'"riot In good condltlor , and acted In n i ii08t texlng manner. Afu-r the colts wort ) 'tent ' off , however , it was seen that Dh-bcUy Was * too swift lor him and ho cAinofi ulrder the tvlre In hl record : lmc , 2:12 : , c.Tudnft the distance Hag to drop In his rival's ifdco and -winning the race and $3,000 , stilcmin'h single heat. Directly traveled tho" o oml heat as an exhibition , ami without urging or coaching -went tie ! dlstanco In 2:1(5. : ( Directly now holds the world's record tor 2-year-otds , beating the remnrl.nblo fast time made by his full sis ter ' , Lena Hill , of 2:12 : % , In October , 1393 , ' * ' A nexv pacing , sur t has appeared In the racing firmament 'In ibe shape of Star Pointer , bh , by Hrown Hal , dam Sweep stakes , owned , by Ud Oeers , the veteran driver and campaigner. This horse was bred and raised In Tennessee and Is a half brother ot Hal Pointer Ort Monday afternoon at Washington park races Occrs gave the public the first gllmNe p'f this second edition of Hal Pointer , and won the 2:20 : pace In a field of fast ones , malting tha htals In 2:12Vi. : 2lli : and 2:12 : . The performance of Star Pointer was not a great surprise , for rumors had leaked out of the speed possessed by this half brother cf the old campaigner , and so many were , anxious to play their money .on him that before i\\e \ first heat ha sold nt more than cvch money In the pools over the field. Before 'the third heat none could bo found so foolhardy as to lay a dollar against him t There will ba some good racing at the Douglas Couuty Fair nnd Nebraska Trot ting and PacingIllceding association , which lasts from Bjptember 3 to 7. The entries Include some of the beat horses In Nebraska and -western Iowa , anfl although the racing will be held on a half-mile track some fast time la expected. The association Is- hang ing up llbsraj purses anil will doubtless bo well repaid for Ihelr enterprise. There have , been1 gome fine harness racing at Syracuse , Ilavcrhlll , Mass. . Jacksonville , III. , Macomlv 111. , Boons , la. , Petaluma , Cal. . Ottvmwa , tla. , Lansing , Mich. , Mans field , 0. , Lebanon , Ind , , Ilich Hill. Mo. , and Winchester , Ky. , during the past week. The trotters and'pacers' nro now commanding the almost undivided attention of turf-goers and running races seem to have lost their grip on everybody except the gamblers and bookmakers. ONIA' ONK 1CKCOIID WAS IIKOKUN. Directly Succeeds > vhrr .Ulr nnu rniitn y Scored Unfortunate I'lillnrcH. CHICAGO , Aug. 23. AllK and Fantasy failed today , Tjut Directly conquered. The 2-year-old lowered the world's pacing rec ord for animals of 'hla age , pacingIn the face of" a. strong'breeze ' nnd on an Indiffer ent track in 2:10 : % , "destroying Online's rec ord of 2:11 : anil equalling- the trotting mark of 2:10i : made by AHon as a 2-yenr-old. Six thousand people went to Washington park tp see Alfx beat Nancy Hanks. It mined a llttlet.JasL . night , but the horse men seemed to'think It helped the track 1C-any thing. sflfhftitlme In the free-for-all would appear..iocontradict this. for-all was lidrd fought , but. the _ ordinary for Itie VMS.ss. The wind , however. was against fahl Nvork. It blew almost a gale down tho'liaok ' stretch. Yet the half was not reached bjc Allx until 1:01 : had been recorded and , tlie nille was made In 2:07'f. : . Salisbury ami IqDowell felt dubious about the result , and had thejudgea announce In advance that- * the trial would be simply ah-alnsf Allx's time 6r 2:0 % althougli the mare "would dot 1x1 tor It she could. " There la no doubt thnt---j , - vas put to her best effort , , and the- \ n < : t simply _ tpo , much for her. When , .y , therefore , cam out for hlii evenfxut performance a few minutes later ; ' ttie'ro "was much surprise. It Is generallyconceded thai lie will beat Arlon's mark by over a . .second before the season closes. . .Fantasy cave an exhibition mile In % J&&hija not upto a great trial. The crowd saw a grant ! contest In the last two. heats in the" freff-for-all. Onlv three ! ftarec < frI'lxleyJ * < tSs' the- opening fworfta at 4 to 2iirtunrPhoebe Wllkcs nt 7 to G. Phoebe WUkes iivon > the Ilrst two heats rather easllj' . Imt In the third Nightingale came fast at the finish and made a dead Jieat rwlth her. Again In the next heat. Nightingale got almost to Phoebe Wllkes Just before the wire was reached and the latter broke. The judges decided to give MoIIenry the Jxeat and race , however , and there was some dissatisfaction. Results : 2:20 trot , Chicago stake , purse $5,000 : Del- lena -won. . In three straight heats. Strontln , Miss McGregor , Mnmbrlno Queen , Cellcr- Ina , llelr-at-Law , vsle 8 and Doni I well - ell also started , -nine ; 2:14 : : ) , 2:11 : , 2:10 : % . Second race , freforall trot , purse JS.0001 Phoebe AYIlke.1 } won the Urst , second and fourth heats and'was unplaced In the third. Nightingale and Plxley nlso started. Time : 2:12Vt. : 2:11 : % , 202. 2H2V4. Third race , ? 7 trol , purse $3,0)0 : Maud C won In three straight heats. Jim Wllkes , Lcomone , ATIlllam , Tell , Ulla O and Chicago cage Belle also startexl. Tlm 21754 ; , 2:1S-S : , 2:13 : , % . r , Tourth race , 2MO stake , purpe l.MO : Ex- prtsslve won the Be'c'ond. third and nfth heats and racev Onanqua won the llr.st and fourth heals. Ucntlne , also started. Time : 2:19 : ; 2:14 , ' 2117 , ' 2:21' : , ; , 2lHi. : Allx to beatt2.05Vl'Tline : 0:32'/- : 1:01 , 1:36 , * * * 07W " ' 'Directly to beat'2:12 : Time : 0:32U. 1:014 * , l:379J2:10 : : > J. ; - Fantasy tobeat 2:07H : : Time : 0:32V1 : , 1:03V1 : , laSVJ , 2lOS. ' j. - 1''lul of tlio I arrnwnrtl ] Hrct , LEAYENWOtlTH. AUg. 2o. The last day of the" races came " off 'amid splendid wcathe'ri Th ttnck was fast and the races were closrlycontested / ' The unfin ished 2:31 : trol was iwon by Princess Muld , with Altitude Bsqpndi The time of today's heats was 2:23 : % and 226& . The 2W : pade was taken by Minnie Hlg- fjln.s In the Ilrst , third and fourth heats. Hilly Twister won tho- second heat. The Princes,1 ; , JluiKsr" WIllwj and Wncauber nlso started. Time : 2:2ly4. 2:22 : , 2:21. : 2:27ft. : The.-2:20 pace was taken by IJllly Joy In three .straight Ideals. . He was driven In Kcnt ) xtyle by Routh of Indiana nnd re- dilced 'the state S-yeur-ofd nnd track rec ords In the seqond heat bygoing in 2:17J. : Sir. Rdwln Arnold , HnHtlngs Boy , Eva M , Flora L , Arkalon nnd JIajor Lambert also started. Time ; 2:21 : , 2t7/'J:2 : : . The -300 ; trot was won by Ouray In straight hente , I.lzile IS , Stella A and Re script also started. TMrnei 2 : 5. 2ri 5 , 2:31)i. : ) Tcniiut tT uruoj/ac Di-nrur. The annual open iourjiamen of the Rocky Mountain Tennis .apfwclatloH will be held at the Athletic club courts. In Denver , be ginning -Tuesday. September . -The singles and doubles championships will be decided , ai well ns.the possession of Urn silver tro phies. Players from Nebraska ure-partlci- | larly1 lnvlteJ to'torttclpate. . Kntrlcs close Saturday , September 1ami should be ac companied by n. fee of $1 for singles and J2 for doubles. Address , A. T. MOORE , Secretary TJepver Atllletlc Club. r.nrneil unit Ut'O'llwil ) ' In Ilin I'lnnlH. .NB\VPOIVrwR.l , ; AU ? . ' 23. Larned benl Clincein .the BgmlrJftHatB In the tennis tour nament todayortwWns much surprise , The victory was du eti . fiKreat extent tp Chace's nervousness , of-which , his opponent took decided mlvantnnJJ tGootJbody was again n vlqtor , defeatiptf 0 Read , Fourth , round , xeml-tlnals : Uobdn&Oy beat Head , 3-0 , C-0 , C-0 ; 6-1 ; Larned > nt Chace. G-l , C-2 , 3-C. lnterHcholaKtlpoU ultf : Porker. ( Columbia ) beat Thompgon 'rl cetoti ) , C-l. 6-2 , 6-2. Oi-d' * A'lrM Worlt Won. LOUP CITlVn-JBei ) . , Aug. 23. ( Special Telegram to THd Bletf.I-XDra defeated Loup City by superior lltfldlns work. Scores Ord,2 0 1C Loup City . . . .nr.t > ? , . ' 0 1.0 Q. 1 2 1) ) S 9 Base hits : Oni.,11 ; Loup City. 2J. Btriick out : By HoffmeisttTj 8 ; by Mellor 11. Bases on oalls : Off HoHbielster. 2j aft Mcllor. 1. naileries : HoftOTeljxter ami Ward ; Mellor nnd llosstier. T5iiiT > lrt > : Cooper. _ .kvii * > * < I ' \-T PcrorutIQII. J. F. C. Rumo1irilwlio ( by his dklll In the bowling alley woujdbe entitled to wear the king medal ( n.the , e-it , j"g Just received a handsome medal v > on at the last picnic of the I'lrittmluetflio verten. Th gold medal has engraved upon If-the name of the BO- clety and beara upon Its face In relief a bowling pin ; mrppuiided by a wreath. I ) in nlii Drnromrrn Win. The Omaha and Council Bluffs traveling men played a game at Y. M. C. A. park , Council muffs , . yesterday. Score : Omaha , 20 ; Council Ltluff , 12 , Uae hits : Omaha. 17 ; Council JllufTs , 9. Hirers : Omaha , 3 ; Council IllufTH , 7. Ilalterleu : Omaha , Klbbe * Carlln ; CounvJl Itluffa. DalllnKer. Hte- vens nnd AfcUrldy > t'mplre ; Sheldon , Kldnuy hwlpr * WDNKV , NeU.Aiis * . -Special ( Tele gram to Thevllfe.-.TJl ) * ; Chappell and Sid ney base ball < clutM met on the diamond today. Iteault , 31 jo 13 In favor of the BUI- neyltes. ' BUTTERFLIES IN A DRIVE Gideon & Daly'n Tilly Wins the an Odd ) On Ftirorit ? . GRIFFIN ALMOST CAUGHT NAPP'NG ' llo Und tlio Mount on the Winner , but Archie Chiytnn Mndn Him Illdo for 111 * Mfo UolnlU uf the lOrcnl. NKW YOIIK. Aug. 25. Futurlly day was an Ideal day for a summer oullng. The brtezo came In from the sea ; It was cooi and comfortnbloi nnd one of Ihobest days for racing In a month. About 25,000 persons were present at the Coney Island Jockey club track. Long before the first race was run the bookmakers began lo lay odds against the starters In the Futurity. Butter files was the choice by n largo majority , and C to G was the best price obtainable on her , closing at 4 to 6 odds on , The others ranged from G to 1 against Monaco , H union and Prim. The first betting was made at that tlmo and was as follows : Waltzer , JO to 1 ; nultcrflles , 6 lo 5 ; Sadie , 30 lo 1 ; Salvation , 30 to 1 ; Gutla Percha , 20 lo 1 ; Agllalor , 12 to 1 ; Doggetl , 40 to 1 : Callfornls , 8 to 1 ; Brandywlne , 10 to 1 ; Cromwell , 25 to 1 ; Counter Tenor , 7 to 1 ; Manchester , 10 to 1 ; Connolrcur , 8 to 1 ; Monaco , 4 lo Ij St. Veronica and Bombazolle , no betting. Turf lovers were out bright and early and with anxious eyes scanned the horizon to find any Indication of unruly elements that might Interfcn with the day's sport. A shadow crept over their faces as numerous dark clouds appeared In the heavens and the dampness of the utmogphero fanned their countenances. However , these un- picpltlous signs did not deter them from getting an early start for Shecpshcad Bay and every .boat for Coney Island after the .dawn of day was well filled with people anxious to secure a favorable seat from which the great Futurity race might bs seen. The Indications were for a record at tendance. HACING EVENT OF THH YEAH. The event of the day , the great Futurity. la the featureof the year In the racing line , from a financial standpoint , it la wcrth a forluno lo Iho winner belween $50- 000 and $60,000. In fact. It Is also a bl ( * bitting race. Every horse In the race had a financial following and probably $600,000 will change hands on the result. The liorscs without exception wore on the razor's edge of condition. There were fifteen horses named as starlcrs , and , as Iho owner of each horse had to pay 4370 for the privilege of starting , they must all have considered that their own horses had a fair chance of bringing In UID cold. Leading sportsmen and the morning papers were almost unani mous in declaring Gideon & Daly's Butter flies to be the favorite , because of her previous trials and the position of her owters. She sold favorite In the Louisville pools last night' . Among the others who received popular support , however , were Iluppert's Counter Tenor , O. II. "Belmont's Drandywlne , Dr. Knapp'o California , Gideon & Daly's Wallzar and Louis Stuart's Monaco. The stretch frdm the start of the Futurlly course Is wide and there was room for every contestant to have a fair chance. Waltzer was 'Iho lop weight , 125 pounds up. The starters , owners , weight and Jockeys arp as follows : i Owner. Horse. Weight. Joclter. Oldeon & ' Dais' HutterfHes 115 Orlllln Gideon & DalyVnlt7.er 115 - C. Ijttlcncld Connolseur 123 Sims J. .nmwrt Counter Tenor 118 Onrrlson JT. nuppert ' lliinchwter US Ijunley Ixrnla Stuart Moi'iic-o 115 ' I'lckcrlnff -J. n. Kccne Agitator 118 Tnral O.Il.r.Ilelmtint ' Mrandywlno 1C ? Clayton Marcus 'Duly Salvation 105 Mlileelcv J'.arcus Daly Kndlo 102 - Morris k Outln Perelia 125 Itullnnl Oneck StaMe Onllfornla jis DoKcett A. P. Wnlcotl Croiriwpll J18 Sloane The original Futurity was won by Proctor Knott , owned by Sam Hryant of Kentucky. The fqCgwIng year W. L. Scott of Erie , Pa. , won the race with Chaos , and next year August Delmont was first and second with Potomac and .Masher. A year later His Highness took the money. Morello look tbe tiext prize , and last year Messrs. Keene won Ihe big race with Domino. HOW THE FILLY WON IT. The race was called al 4:20 : , but Ihe delay al the post seemed Interminable. Break after break was made , After fifty mlnutoa delay they wore senl away lo a good alart , Butterflies ahead. In , front of California. Down to the quarter polo they flashed , and , curious to relate , five flllles wcro leading the field , and all looked to ha going well. Butlerfims ahead. The pace was hot , and soon began to falter. When the Jialf mlle post was reached Butterflies had a load of two-tcnlhs , and Griffin was looking back at the others and easing his mount. Agitator , under the slrong urging of Taral , had come up lo second place , and was a head In front of Connossleur. Gutla Percha was fourlh nnd California flflh. Around the turn Into the main track they came with a mad rush , and while Dutlerflles seemed to be going easily , the olhers were being urged to their utmost to catch the fast flying filly. It seemed to be all over but the shouting , when suddenly a darky , wearing a maroon and scarlel Jacket , astride of a beautiful chest nut with a white Maze on his face nnd four white feel , shot out of the bunch behind and set sail for the apparently easy winner. It was Drandywlne coming with the wind. Griffin heard the thunder of his hoofs be hind , and glancing back , saw the streak of chestnut lighting , with Clayton riding like mad , after him. There was no lime lo wasle now , and dowi. t ie clever lightweight Jockey sat , digging with his heels and rid ing for dear life. He could help his mount but little , for she waa tired now , and with every Jump Brandywlne was catching her. Now he Was at her tall ; then his white nose was at her saddle , and Griffin saw It poked under his eyes , and he had realized that ho had to ride as hard as ho know how to land the rich stakes for Gideon & Daly and win a small fortune for the thousands who had bet on the filly ho was riding. Inch by Inch the colt was gaining on him. and ho was strain ing his eyes for the finish , now only a few yards away. A few moro jumps , and ( ho Iftnlsli line was passed by a tired boy on a tired filly , and the rich stakes were won by a head. The crowd cheered the filly , but It would have been , cheering the colt had the race been fifty yarda farther. There was plenty of cheering for G'lffln when he- came back to be weighed , and all the way to the paddock he waa carried. In a floral Jockey's chair. Gideon & Daly were happy and BO was the trainer , John Ilyland. for this added one moro to the jnany rich stakes they have won this season. Butlerflles Is a bay filly by Sir Dlxon out ot Mercedes. Results : FJrst race , five t nd a. half furlongs : Hugh Penny ( even ) won , Hurllngham (3 ( lo 1) ) second end , Poor Jonalhan ( CO lo 1) ) thlid. Time : 1:07 : 3-5. Second race , five- furlongs : Hclma (3V4 to 1) won , Dolabro. (3VS ( to 1) ) second , McICee (11 ( to B ) third. Tlmei 1:01 : 4-5. Third race , mile and a furlong : Henry of Navarre (4 ( to G ) won , Dorian (20 ( to H f c- end , Sir Knight (3 4 to 1) ) third. Time : 1:5.1 : 3-5. Fourth race , Futurlly , about three-fiunr- tcrs of a mile : llutterilles (4 to 5) ) won by a neck. Bramlywlne- to 1) ) second , < \gl- tntor (10 to 1) ) third. Time : 1:11. Fifth race , Futurity course , Omnium handicap : Lady Violet (11 ( to 6) ) won. Correction - rection (5 ( to 1) ) second , GlenMoyne (1 ( to C ) third. Time : 1:104-5. : Sixth race mile- und a sixteenth , on the turf : St. Mk-hael (4 to B ) won , Watterson > (4 to 1) ) second , Thurston ( I to 1) ) third. Time : 1:47. : t'lo liij Krcnfi nt Saratoga. SARATOGA. N. Y. . Aug. 23.-The Sara toga Summer Racing association's meet , which began July 23 , was brought to a close this afternoon. There was a good attend ance. The weather was warm and track fast. Results : First race , live furlongs : Glen Lilly ( t to G ) won , Itart ( T to 10) ) second. Lady Richmond mend (5 ( to 1) ) third. Time : 101 ; ! . Second rare , six und a half furlongs : Appomattox - ' pomattox (13 ( to C ) won. Potentate (3 ( to B ) second. Florcanna (20 ( to 1) third. Time : l:204. : } Third race , mile nnd a quarter : Yo Tarn- blen ( B to C ) won , lamplighter ( I to B ) second end , Victorious ( llf to 1) ) third. Time : 2:07Ji. : Fourth race , one mile : St. Maxim (8 tu o ) won , Selina (3 ( to 5) second , Volt (15 ( to 1) ) third. Time : 1:41. : Fifth race , fiv furlongs : Trophy , gelding , ( a to 1) ) won. Allsa Lilly (2 ( to 1) ) ( second , Toscora ( B to C ) third , Time : 1:01 : % . Sixth race , steeplechase , about two und . ilirce-quarterd miles ; Woodford (4 ( to 6) ) won * Tom My tin ( IB ti > 1) ) second , St. I > uko ( r to 1 > third. Time ; : . On tlin Old Dominion. WASHINGTON. Atiff. 25-Flrnt race , fl\ furlongs : West 8ldo won , Tloga Emily third. Time : lt)2V4. : ) Becond race , nix furlongs : Classic won , Benntor Hill second , Mlsc Modred third , Time : 1:174 : , Tlilnl race , nix nnd a half furlongs : Some More won. llclle Blackburn second. Mayor H ( bird. Time ; 1:24. : Fourlh race , seven furlongs : Vonce do Loan won , Kcnvon second , Clara Hello third. Time : 1:3IXJ. : Klflh race , Ilvo furlong ! * : Forest won. 13utile ' second , unt Jane third. Time : 1:03. : Winner * nt lluivtliorne. HAWTHONUK. Axig2SPlntt rnco , five- eighths ot n mile ; Leona's T.nst won. Boonccr second , Tremor third. Time : 1:01. : Second race , ono mile : Prince Henry won. Wnimtchlo second , The Kitten third. Time : l. H. Third race , three-quarters of a mile : Hrondhond j won , Woodfleld second , Melinite third. Time : UK ! . I'Viurth ' race , threo-riuarters of n. mile : Moclcahl 1 won , Lulu T second , Dl.iturlmnci ! tblrd. ' Time : 1:16 : } ; . Fifth race , throc-quArtcrs of n mile : IMIns Knott won , Gold Dust second. Altar thlnl. Time : 1:17. : Sixth race , match for yenrllngs , quarter mile : Mollle U won , Lcavenworth second. Tlmo ; 0'ni. : Seventh race , steeplechase , short course : Contentment won. Teimtlemore second , Arg-entn third. Tlmo : 3:36(4. : ( Outcome nb Knut St. Jf.ouM. ST. 1,01119. Aug. 2fi.-nnst St. Louis re- HUlts : l-'lrst race , three-quartern of n mlle ! Collector won , Turk second , I/ord Auckland third. Time : l:21Vi : , Second race , flvo-plghths of a mile : -Alopnthv won , Northwestern second. Censor thlitl. Time : 1:06. : Third race , nine-sixteenths of n. mile : Satinet won , Alalr second , Airtight third , Time : 0:59. : Kourth race , one n.'lc ' : Ballardlno won , Liberty Hell second , Hart Wallace third , Time : i:49V4. : Fifth race , three-quarters of a mile ; Clmrtrouse won , San Ulas second , Janllne third. Time : 1:21M : , SHOP ClUCKKTKUS 1AI OUT. Onmlm.C. O. Men Wipe Out u Defeat Dccls- l\cly In iv Ilcturn ( iiiine , A large and fiiipreclutlvo audience saw the Omaha. Cricket ci .t ) make "mince meal" of the aggregation frjm the Union Pacific shops. Although It uns n case of the club playing twelve against sixteen of the Shops , the former won "hands down. " Captain Luwrie , losing the toss , was obliged lo do what In all probability he would have done from choice semi his men in Ilrst. A. S. Cleave und C. H. Cookson were the llrat to represent the club nt the wickets. Neither of these batsmen did much , nM Glcave was unfortunate enough to get bowled off hlH pads , and Cookson was "run out. " New , after making- fourteen In his usual correct stylq , also ran himself out , while Taylor , who went In , "second wicket down , " nftor making four was caught by Gun ner off Illchcllcu'H bowling. Wilson , who followed Taylor , on being Joined by McPheraon , began to make things lively for the Holders. Both these batsmen commenced scoring rapidly , nor were they separated before they had Increased the score by thlrly-sevcn runs. Lnwrle , after making two , vyas caught , and Doyle , with sixteen lo his credit , was retired by an easy ball from Douglas. O. II , Vaughan , with eight lo his credit , ami Uvason , with five , "not out , " were the only others on the side to moke decent scores. The last wicket , -\7itli eight extras , fell for two runs short of vhe century. With ninety-eight runs staring him In the face , Captain Nealc sent Messrs. Coffee and Innes to Ihe wickets to face the bowling of Messrs. G. Vnughan und Doyle. The first two or three overs proved disastrous to the batsmen , as Coffee had to content himself with 1. nnd Innes with less. Bowers and Shepherd , after malting 6 anil 1 respectively , had to take a back seat. Of the remaining batsmen , J. Strlbllng. Taylor , Gunner nnd Barnetl were Iho only ones to do anything , and After accumulating 33 the Shops were put out of their misery. The scores in detail are given below : OMAHA CHICKKT CLUB. A , S. Glea.ve , b Klqhelieu 2 C. II. Cookson , run out ' . . . 0 H. New , run out ' . II Tl. W. Taylor , c Gunner , b Itlchelieu 4 G.'K. Wilson , c Strlbllng , b Nenle 17 A. T. McPherson , b Itlchelieu 20 'H. Lnwrle. c Whalen , b Neulc- 2 J. C. Doyle , b Doiiftlas IB G. II. Vaughn ! ) , q Ncale , h Bowers 8 Wi'Kyason , not out . . .t. . . , . , . . , ' . . . C I > . Ford , .b Douglas . . . . . : . . . . . . t. . . . . . . . 1 J. Crulkshanlc , b Douglas 1 Extras 8 Total , 9S UNION PACIFIC SHOPS. J. ' Coffee , b Doyle , 1 J.'innes ; c New , b O. Vaughan 0 D. Bowers , c Lawrle , b Gi Vaughan G Shepherd , b G. Vnughan 1 W. Itlcbclleu , b G. VnuRhon 0 Wi Strlbllnp. b G. Vnughan 0 A , Patullo. b Doyle 0 J. G. Neale , b Doyle 1 C. Hill , c Crulkshnnk ; b Doyle 1 J. Strlblinff , IG. . Vaughan . . . . , fi W. ST. Taylor , run out . ' . 4 H. 13. Gunner.Mi G. Vaughan . ' . . 4 T , Barnctt , c Doyle , b G. Vaughan 4 J. Douglas , nut out 0 J. Hall , run out 1 J. Whalen' , b Doyle 1 Kxtras 3 Total k T 33 Y. JT. C. A , SKCONU MNI5 WINS. \Vallopi tlio Clean Clipper" In a Mocly i'liiyii r.iiiMd or Hall. The Y. M , C , A. second team and the Clean Clippers met nt Y. M. C. A. Athletic park yesterday afternoon. Up to the be ginning of the seventh inning ! < ; looked as If the Clean Clippers would have a basket full of goose eggs to take home. In the first live Innings they went out In one , two , three , order. Not one reached first base until the sixth. Score : M. C. A. No. 2. CLEAN CMITEllS , r. 1. o. if. c , r. 1. o. u. o. J. Tralil , 3b 3 1 1 2 0 H M , c 02340 CrelRli. 89. . . 2 1 1 2 9 McCune , es. 0 1 2 4 3 Ballsb'ry , Ib I 0 0 1 0 Itirstmv , m.'O 1 o J 1 Yimmr , P. . . . 3 4 0 U 0 O'Conner , Sb 0 1 2 I 1 I-aurli' . 2I > . . 1 Inn-ton , lf.,0 0 1 9 1 U. Tralil , o. 0 4 8 1 I Woods , 2I > . . . 22000 Arnold , in. . . S 1 2 0 0 Sncldcr. rf. . 22100 Rlnml , If 1 0 0 0 "u Hew. p. . . . . . 12080 tln-11 , it 2 2 2 0 ! > Howes , Ib. . 0 0 17 I 0 Totals , .18 16 2T 19 2 Totals . . G 11 Z7SI 5 Y. 51. C. JV. No. 2 010302 10 0 3 18 Clean Cllppcm. , , 0 0000220 1-5 Itemed rum. : Y. M. C , A. No. 2 , 7 ; Clean Clippers , 2. Two-base lilts ! V , M , C. A. No. 2 , 3 ; Clean Cllppcm , I. Tasted bills : Y. M. ( " . A. No. 2 , 3 ; Cle--n Clli.petB , 1. Wild pllchis : .Y. M. C. A * No. i , 1 ; Clean Clippers. 2. llnsf on balls : Oft YouniT. 1 : off Hew , 3. lilt by pitcher : Clean Clipper * , 1. Struck out : Hy Y , M. U. A. No. 2 , 6 ; by Clean rilppcis , 2. Left on bnBrs : Y. SI. C. A. No. 2 , 4 : Clean Clippers , 5. Double ) playa : CORKeahell to Ljiurl * * ; O'Connor to Fi'mves. Time ; One hour " and Iltty-fUe minutes. Umiilrc : H. Robinson" . HOWLING TOUKNA3IK.NT. North and South Sld Clubt .trriuiK" u .Scrim of Contemn. The North nnd the South Side Howling- Alley clubs held n meeting last Wednesday night at Fritz Jluellur'n 'lace , on Vlnton iitreet , und decided to hole tournaments on the second nnd third A.lesdays In Sep tember. Nine men from the North Bide will contest for horiora with nn equal num ber from the South Hideclub. . Three alternates - nates to lake the placeof absent contest ants have been-seleutc-d by eaoh aide. The pamea will ) > e presided over by two Judges- one from each club and an umpire -will render his decisions in case of disagreement. The rolling will bo under the rules of the National Uowllnc association. The clubs are expected to meet again this week. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Onc OITlitnjH Off. OSIAItA , Aug. 23. To the Sporting KJItor of The Heo : The V , M. C. A. arrange a series of games with the Omnlia lea/rue' / . A be In U that the V. M. C. A. will win ono of the Ilrst two. They lost thc ( Vst nnd dis banded , and as you deceded last week ilia bet wnH off. Now they luive reorganized nnd played a gnmc Thursday , which they lost , -U claims be won , while A rluims there waa no bet on , a the game Thursday wax by the reorganized team , nml by Itn disbanding before all bets were off. Who IB right ? CONSTANT BUHSCIUUKH. When a bet In once declared off by reason of a default of any condition , such nn the failure of a competition through no fault ( as In the cuse of a ball team disbanding ) , jt la off for good. It can only be renewed by mutual consent , and la then a new bet. . Ciraml luliiml KterlmtliiBly Mummed. COMOIltPB , Npb. , Aug. 23Speclal < Telegram to The ilee. ) Columbua and 'Grand Island played a game of ball liere today , and Ihe HUgar boys got beaten nearly three to one. Scntt'H long catch In right Held wan one of the best plays In Ihe game. C'ortuc'a home run in tho.seventh rulsetl B , yell that loosened the roof boardx on the grand ntand , Jloth sidea made a plla of error ? . Score : Grand Island 2 30020000-7 Columbus . . , , OOG102GJ ' 18 Hattciles ; Columbus , Kleffner. Dolun and I.ncey ; Grand Inland , HoffinelHter , Hk-lmnlBon. Wright and Unahan. Umpire ; Ostrom , WILL TRY AGAIN NEXT YbAR Wanagomont of the Tonnls Torjnoj Not Die- oourngcd b/ This Seasoa's ' EflVrt. TO JOIN THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION Hy DolnffHoThnr Here toAtlrnct n Larger Number of tlutsl.lo rinj-er of the < luii.nHffli | ClnniiT Hclterttrntlniico , The Interstate tennis tournament hold m this clly the first flvo days of 5u.it week de veloped the most. Interesting tennis It has been the Ktoil fortune of the enthudasts of Ihls city ever lo sec. From a tennis stand point the tournament waa a very decided success. Many crack players from outside the city were present. Three state chain- plena were here , Whltonun , champion of Missouri , Furqtilmr of Iowa n'nU Austin of Nebraska. . ' And what Is of great Interest la the' fact that It was most conclusively shown that Omaha has players of very high rank. Contrary lo expectation , both the first prizes wcro kept here. From a financial point of view the tour nament was not so successful , The manage ment of the tennis association , from the president I down to little. Sammy Dyer , who was most Industrious at the door , worked hard It I to nuke It a success. But with all their t efforts they nro considerably behind In the treasury. The people did not turn out as the affair deserved , and Ihcrcby nol only worked an Injury lo the assoclallon. who had gone to BO much trouble nnd expense In ar ranging and bringing off the tournament , but missed games that were almost ns grod as those of the national tournament at Newport - port 1 , and there were very few that were not above mediocrity , It Is to be hoped [ that Iho efforls of the association will bo bolter appreciated In the .future. To bo sure , the tlmo for holding the tournament was somewhat unfxrtunate , Omaha being lee much disturbed politically. Hut still there should.have been a much better attcnUinco. WILL IIB IlEPEATED N13XT YEAH. Dut despite the financial discouragement , so successful was the tournament from the ttnnls polnl of view that It will bo .repeated next year. By that time It Is proposed to have the association become n member of the United Stales Lawn Tennis assoclallon , and the records will then become official. Doubtless , also , more outside players will attend In that case , It would bo belter If the tournament occurred earlier in the sea son , to cnablo such players as wlahec ! , to aUeml the Chicago tou'-iiamont and later those of the east , The management of the tournament was very pod. The courts were kept In flno condition and there was very llttlo delay In Betting the games started. This has not al ways been the case In past tournaments In he city , and perhaps the thought of this lept many away. Tlio umpires wcro efllctcnt and dealt fairly. In closely contested matches It might be well hereafter not to select all the Hnetnen from Omaha players. This Is not meant to Imply any unfairness In the work ot these who officiated , but a man cannot help being partial to a player from his own city In doubtful plays. The matches In the doubles wcro all good. As Ins been stated , the result was a great surprise and many are still Inclined to be lieve that Ihe best team did 'nol win. Far- quhar and Nicholson , Ihe Lomars team , played an Inferior game In the final * . Their play in the matches with Austln-ll.ittlu and Caldwcll-Haskell much superior. Hart and Young played a good name , however , and duo credit must be given them. But 'they are not the best team tint could be picked from Omaha talent. Austin and Ilaskcll , from Ihe play of the week , would be much stronger. Battln cannel play with Austin. Ilaskcll and Caldwell make a strong com bination. The weakest pair In tha tourna- inant was , the It-incog City , team , Hmmort and Whitman. The strongssl was Farquhar and Nicholson. The team work of this pair was fine. Of tha two Nicholson is the better double player , his net work being something remarkable. Faniubar Is more al homo In Iho singles. SINGLES WnitE GOOD. The later rounds in the singles brought out very good games. In the semi-finals the players were the champions and Oullmbtto of Hastings. This latter player put up a fine game throughout the tournament and ap peared to bo familiar with fast players. Aus tin's playing In Ihe finals waa n surprise and will place him , If kepi up. In the first rank nex year. ' Following | 3 a complete score of the matches played. Doubles ; First noutid Farmilmr and Nicholson bent Caldwell and Ilapkell , C-2 , M ! , 6-1. 3-C , C-2 ; Austin and nilttin beat Haverstlrk and Dickey. C-3. 3-7. C-l : Hop kins and McClure beat Nolewiirc und Ham ilton , C-2 , 1-C. G-4. C-2 ; Hart und Young beat Ktnmorl and Whitman , 7-0 , C-2 , C-3. Seml-Flnais Nlcholnon and I'"nra.uhar ' beat Aiinlln and Unttln , C-3 , 7-15 , C-3 ; Hart und Young beat Hopkins and Alcl'lure , b-1 , 6-2 , C-2. Finals Young and Hnrt bent Faiquhur and Nicholson , 4-6. C-3 , 0-1 , G-4. Singles : Preliminary Bound Oullmettc bent Cliiitelnlno , C-0 , li-3 , C-l ; llnltlii bent Hoph ns , C-l , C-4 , G-2 ; Whitman beat Cul- llngham , C-l , C-2 , C-0 ; DenlBp lient Dickey , 6-2 , C-4 , (5-1 ( : Hnvcrstlck bi > at Hamilton. 6-3 , 6-3 , G-2 ; Haskell bent Wilbur , by default : Hart beat Notewnre. G I , C-l , fi-7. C-2. * C-2' . "Youn ueai .u.imTic.i-1 , u-o , u- , u-i ; Bruatch boat Townscmd by default ; Gull- mette beat nice , 6-3 , C-3 , -3j Denlse beat IJattln , B-1 , 5-7. 3-8 , 8-C , C-3 ; Hnskell beat Hnrt. 4-0 , fl-0 , G-0. Second Hound Austin boat Yountr , 4-G. . . , , . f ? -I n T HO * f"1 > i I Im nt n l.nnt T ,1 1 * 1 ft ' 7- 7K HiiuM-'inni ? AiiBtm ueai uuumette12111. . 1-u , C-l , 0-2 ; Whitman boat I-'arrjiihur , 6-3. 7-5 , G-0. l-'lnals Austin beat tVhltman , 5-7 , C-l. 5-4 , G2. BABY ONE SOLiD BED Xiltcrnlly on Flro with Koroma. Screaming mid Clawing nil the Tlmo , Added to this wcra Abscesses nnd Suppuration. V Entirely Cured by Cutlcurn. 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