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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : OCTOBER 2t. ISO I.
BUtll JllUSllum TDK 1U\VA \ State TJnivoreity Team Gives tha Qrinnell Giant ? a Nice Drubbing. BALE'S ' TEAM WALKS ALL OVER ORANGE I'rnniiylrAiitn Di'frutu Crnceiif , bat Not l.'m lly , IVblla 1'ornelt .Scores Again * ! \'S \ I'rliicolon Anhlunil Kurfclti the Hcliool Uatno to Oiniiliiv. LINCOLN' , Oct. 20. ( Spoclal Telegram. ) In n gania hardly worth describing , owing to Us lack of all the elements of a contest , the State University eleven waxed the scarred veterans from Iowa college. The visitors made but one feeble resistance to the un- Blausht ol the 'varslly boys , who went after tlicm vigorously on nil points. Tllppln , Otiry , Wilson and Yont showed up In even belter lorm tlian last season. They have Improved In action , while the other members are en ergetic all through. There W.IK some fumbling on both sides , but tlie Nebraska team In the main played n steady , aggressive game. In Interference and tackling the team shows stronger than ever this Reason. When lined up for the attack against Iowa there was no ( ( iicatlon as to the result of the onslaught , while the defensive work was superb. Frank showed up well at full back. The other new players all made good Impressions. If to day's game may he taken as a basis , the I'nlversity of Nebraska will bo well up at the close of the Interstate series. About. GOO enthusiastic partisans watched the game , which resulted : Nebraska , 22 ; Iowa , 0. The IcaniK : S. U. N. Positions. Iowa. Fllppln IlliMit end Wlllard Oi- : ' Lett tackle Darby V. i' < on Left guard Templemnii Hemming Center Arm Dungan Hlght guard Grlnnell Dern night tackle Hlodge.lt Wlggli Illght end Lynde I'ackanl Quarter back Crary Fair Left half Grey YdiU Hlght half Palmer Frank Full back Sargent OJIANGK , N. J. . Oct. 2The Yale team proved today by Its excellent play that the Orniifie Athletic team has no right or title to meet it nt foot ball. The entire game WIIH very one-sided , iinil , as the score will Phew , tin- Connecticut students were on top nnd the Orange boys were nowhere. Score : J'ule , ill ; Orange , 0. The teams : Orange. Position. Yale. Kyle ( Collumore.Ifft ) end Hass Marshall ( Sutphen.Left tackle Murray Oliver Left guard.Chudwlck ( McCrea ) Mebb ( Mohr ) Center Stlllman Huell HIglit guard 1 hi cock Vaughn Hlght tackle Murphy Kiifhler ( Coyne.Hlght ) ond.r'nwayL. ( ( If. ) * Dehart ( Verghtj.Quarter back Flnke Fielder HIglit half back DeWilt King . . . . .Left half back Jerome Gordon Full back Hutterworth I. . Hlnkey. Itefcree , Alexander of Wesleyan. 1'm- Plro , Htorrls of Yale. Llncsmiin , William Wllh'tt of Stevens. HHOOKLYN , N. V. , Oct. 20. The Till- vcislty of Pennsylvunla. defeated the Cres cents this afternoon In n sharp contest. Only two of Pennsylvania's regular eleven pluyed , nnd this accounts for the com paratively poor showing. Score : Univer sity of Pennsylvania , 11 ; Crescent , 10. The teams : Orescent. Positions. Pennsylvania. Wlngntp Left oml McKeever Quill ( Ilutchlnson.Left tackle Stnnnard Snnford Left guurd Woodruff Huldwln Center Hulle HofchklsH Htfrht guard Claver Walker Hight tackle Oft Gardner ( Hoblnson.HIght ) end Orblson Crowell Quarter back Williams White Left half back Werts Goodwin Hlght half back Knlpc Pratt Full back Acken Heferre , ( J. W. AVoodruft ot Yale. Um pire , Ad Hyrne. Linesman , H. Sheldon. CHAMPAIGN. III. . Oct. 20.-Illlnos | clearly outclassed Lake Foivst today , winning the foot bull game with ease. Score , M to i > . In favor of Illinois. Illinois played a bril liant game after they got started. CAMimiDGlO. Mass. , Oct. 20. The Wll- llarns eleven went down before the Har vard team to the time of 32 to 0. The contest was replete with seiisatlotuil plays from beginning to end. The teams : Harvard. Positions. Williams. MoulUm . . . . .Left em > Taylor Wheeler Left tackle Townsend llurchlel Left guard O. Gllvle F. Shaw Center Heald . ; J. N. Shaw Illght guard Lots ; Waters Gould..Right tackle Slmoskeug A. Hrewer IllRht end Hljan Foster ( Heal.Quarter ) back Wilson Wrlghtlngton ( HnyesHalf back.Mathers ( * ) C' . Hrewer Full back Draper Hiiyck. P lleferee , Garlleld. Umpire. Lewis. Lines man , Woods. CINCINNATI , Oct. 20.-Unlverslty of Cin cinnati. 6 ; Miami university. 0. NKW YOHK. Oct. 20. The llrst game of the season In this city between two col lege foot ball teams was played today on Manhattan field , and to the great surprise of Princeton , Cornell made n touchdown. [ while Princeton could get but two touch downs , from which , goals were kicked , ; leaving the score 12 to 1 In favor of Prince ton. The game showed very clearly th.it Cornell Is the gainer by the new rules , as they do better In open game than the heavy men from. Princeton. It. showed moreover that Princeton Is behind her playIng - Ing of lust year. The fumbling of the Princeton team was more noticeable than Cornell. The teams llne'l up us follows : , Cornell. Positions. Princeton. > llerehnm Left end llrown : ' Frevborn Left tackle Holly AVarner Left guard Wheeler Fennel Center Hlggs Koirern Hlght guard Taylor at x-McLiuiKhlln Hlght tackle Lea Lcssem d Hlght end Trenchanl Wyeknlf Quarter back Morse . tnrliuek Half back..Heter-Hnrnete | Allison Half hick..McCormlck-Deer Ohl Full bark Hurt CHICAGO , Oct. 20. Foot ball : University of Wisconsin , 30 ; Chicago university , 0. to HOCK ISLAND , 111. , Oct. 20. Foot ball' State University of Iowa , 31 ; Augustana col lege. 0. ANN AHHOH , Mich. . Oct. 20.-Foot ball : University of Michigan , 8 ; Military acad emy , < i. HKLO1T. WIs. , Oft. 20. Foot ball : North- westein university , G ; Itelolt college , 4. GHKHNCASTLK , lrd. , , Oct. 20. Do Paiiw Union university played VVabash college here today. Score , 16 to 4 In favor of Wa- basb. Depauw outclassed. LOUISVILLH , Ky. . Oct. 20.-The Central university eleven of Hlchmond. Ky. , de of feated the Ixjulsvllle Athletic club In tod.iy's foot ball by a score of 2 $ to 0. r .ui'iiTii : ; ) TO OMAHA. l.ooiil High School 'I'mm llucllum to 1'l.iy Aculnit SiiuiMlnm County VoiorH. The regular Hclieiluletl foot bull game In the Ititerseholastlc Foot Hull league be tween Omaha and Ashland did not come aft yest nlay nftirnoan , ns advertls-d , ow.ng to the nonappearance of the Ashlund team. This WIIH brought about by the fact that the management of the Omahas became ac quainted with the makeup of the Saundcrs of county eleven , which embraced several It players who arc Ineligible In this organiza tion , by reuson of their age. This , however , would have cut no figure with the locals , iail not these Imillelble players been trown men. welching anywhere from IfiO to W ) pounds , and who do not go to school regularly. Age would have furnished no serious objeutlon , but when the men only lly attended school a few days before the ap pointed game , Coach Jeffries considered this u trifle too much. Again , hid these. Inell- glblen boon IJDVH Instead of big , bulky men , there would have been a. game. To make * ure that these rumors were well founded , b Messrs' . A. P. Tuehey ami Coach Jeffries Hindu a visit to Ashland nnil found things liibt us represented , and demanded thnt a number or these men who hiul no right - whatsoever to olllchite In these contests be withdrawn ami regular school attendants ( uit In their places. To this Ashland would not accede , anil the trame was declared for feited to Onmtia by Mr. Pickering , who uas to have lefereeil the game , nnd who hud been selected by Mr. Crabtree of the foreign team as Koixl and reliable man. The Omaha team was on hand promptly t the hour designated , lir.cd up nnd kicked iff thf ball , making a touchdown and le- relvlng the uwntd. Tnkle ot the Miiri. OMAHA. Oct. 19.-To the Sporting Kdltor t > f The Hee : Kindly place the following In your paper Sunday and oblige Qeovgo T. Cole , manager Stars : The Tenth Street Stars take exceptions to the article which PI ion red In last Sunday's paper. They or- a Kunlxed In Muy , 1SUI , with the following players. A. Foil. Frtl Foil. Culllsun , Hobln- the HOII , Welsh , Hainllu , H. Smith , George Cole , ( Lumbanl. They played twenty-live games during Iho eai-on , losing but live of them. We claim the IC-year-olil championship of Omaha. We also hold a single day record by playingami -winning three gamva on Sunday , August 24 , by Uien scores : The first come the West Onmhns were defeated , W to 3 , rci-cml Kamt. the Invincible * were trfl. U tu 7 , the third game , the Hurt Slr.-t Onti-itf fell rnry , II to I. We will b Kln Next BCIIUOIIwith nbuut ( he same team _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ CltlCKKT IN HAD WKATIinit. Onmlui Crlcknt Clnli .MrniHcrn 5tnko the Mint M f n Itid Aftnrmioii. Owing to the threatening condition of the weather , tlierevns rather n p < x > r ( it- tendance nt the cricket Rome ycatertlnj' nfti-riioon. Metisra. J. K. Kloranec ami II. Hro\\ \ captained the two teams , nnd , ns the result will show , the former gentle- iTinn' bide won by six wlckels and twenty- three runs. Considering the Inclement na ture of the weather , the mutch WHS n fnlrly ; Intorcsllnff one. For the wlnnlnj ? fli'o , the IcittlnK of Messrs. II. New nnd A. Drown 1 In both Innings , deserves sreclnl mention. Iloth these KPntlcmen played with perfect freedom , and scored raplilly. For the losing side Mr. 11. Lawrle tnkes the pnlni i , with thirteen In the first Innings and twelve "not out" In the second. Mr. W. H. Vaughnn , while accumulating four teen In the second Innings , displayed his hitting tu the best ailvnntnge. Or. Young's six wns the result of thnt gentleman's careful batting. Messrs. New and Vauulian both tmwlfd wll , while Mr. l awrle kept the rnrm down , until his arm KIIVC out. The Holding on both sides was good. Scores : MH. H. imOWN'S TKAAf. W. H. Vaughn n , b New 0 II. Lawrle ! , b Doyle 13 B. Hrown I , c Vaughnn. b Doyle 2 Dr. t ! . Voting , not out 2 r. Hill , b New 1 n' Jlnltenvcra , b Kotherglll 0 1' . ClilHhalm , run out 0 H. I'onnlng-fby i , b Fotlierglll 0 ICxtras 4 " Total 22 SECOND INNINGS , r. Hill , c New , b Uoyle 2 Dr. C5. Vounjr. c Flornnce , b New fi " V. It. Vaiighan , b New 14 1. Lawrit' , not out r 12 . Hrown , b Dovlo 5 . ChlMiolm. b FotherKlll , 0 ; . ConnlriKflby , run out 0 . MaltfnverH. b Fothcrglll 0 : \tras 12 Total "Hi MH. J. R FLOHANCE'S TCAM. . f. Doyle , c New , b Young 25 T. New , b W. It. VauKhnn 19 . M. Florunce , c Lawrle , b W. It. ViiuKliun 1 . Drawn , run out 14 . .Miles , not out 2 . Fotlu'rglll , b Chlsholm 0 i" . Limsdalc , b L'lilsliolm 0 . PeroKHne , run out 0 xtras 9 Total 70 SECOND INNINGS. . K. Flornnce , b Lawrle 11 ' . Miles , b Lawrlo 3 . Hrown , not out 11 . C. Doyle , not out 3 ! \tras 6 Total SG II. New. H. Fotherfilll , C. 1'cregrlne and V. Lontnlalc did not bat. OiuiilmVlil.Ht Clnli Tounipy. For the purpose of awakening a greater iterest In this game , the executive ccm- ilttcLof the Omaha Whist club has In- ngur.ited a team tournament , play hnv- IK begun last Wednesday evening" It Is urther proposed that the two teams having Iu > highest average In tbif * tournament bo i-nt ut the vxpens" ot tliei clul > OK our repre- ontatlves to take j.art in the western Inti-r- tute tournament , to be held at Sioux City , n. , Januaity S and D , 1S93. The standing ot he contestants In the local tournament will ie determined by the system of scoring and veragliiK adopted by other league clubs The lesults of the games on the Inaugural veiling was a follows ) : HawkH nnd Molkle against Love and iirner. G points to 5. Small and Wheeler against Teets and InrknusH , S to 0. Jourdan and Muspolmnnn against Itced nd Hluehurt. 7 to 0. Funklmtiser and Weber agnlnst Scannell nil Shipley , i * to 4. Stt-lger and Shechan against Baxter and Ush , 8 to 4. ImiKinn , Hiiys. OMAHA , Oct. 20. To the Sporting Editor f The Hee : Seeing the standing of the imaleiir base ball clubs of tln > past season , ive , the Imperial Base Hall club , claim the hainploiishlp of any base ball club under 7 years of age. We- are In favor of an imatem1 league for next season and expect 0 come out In full force next season. FRANK THACKEH , Captain. Dmibiir Defeat * Turlington. 'NnAR , Neb. , Ort. 20. ( Special Telo- ram. ) The Dunbar and Turlington nines rossed bats here today. The score was 1 to 13 In favor of Dunbar. llatteriea : Wlnsor nnd Maxwell and Copenhaven Hros. QUESTION OF HOURS ( Continued from First Page. ) olllclal silence of the previous twenty-four lours had created Intense anxiety , The bulletin referred to was a dispatch roiu Livldla saying that the czar hail asseil the Illght of the 181 li almost sleep less. It was added that his majesty rose In the morning , Friday , as usual , although ho was suffering from great weakness and the action of the heart had not changed. In addition the aedcma of the feel which had previously appeared hail Increased. The general condition of the patient , however vas unchanged. This bulletin was slgnei : > the flvo doctors In attendance upon the 'zar. 'zar.Yet Yet It was abundantly evident that the czar's death was only a quest Ion of days the most. St. Petersburg advices of this morning saj that prayers are being ottered up todaj throughout the Russian empire for the re covery of the czar and It Is also stated that the greatest Impatience is manifested at the scantiness of official news sent out In rcgan the condition of his majesty. Early this morning n dispatch from St. Petersburg an nounced that the latest reports receive * tlicro from Livldla stated that although the czar was still alive he was rapidly weaken Ins. DOCTORS DISAGREE. A striking fact in connection with the czar's Illness Is the difference of opinion re ganlliiB the exact nature of the malady from which he is Buffering. The Paris Figaro , for Instance , today declares that the symptoms disagree ultli the usual symptoms kidney disease and states that there U a conflicting side to the czar's Illness which has perplexed Ills physicians. The Figaro night ago received an official rommiinlcatloi stating that the czar was suffering from tumor below the left kidney , respecting which the doctors disagree. ! . Prof. Sea charln was convinced thut It was cuncerou : and Impossible to operate upon It. This his ground for recently Informing Hi czar that he could not possibly live , as the disease was Incurable. Prof. Leyden , howeter. was more optlmlsU and after a careful study of the symptom : the czar's trouble expressed the belief tha Mas true that a tumor existed : but. In addrd , It was of 11 benign nature and curable The Figaro then proceeds to make th startling statement , that the czar has beei I badly ntir&ed and that the arrangement for his care were < | iilto of a primitive na ture. The Figaro does not give Its .author for making the latter assertion. Th statement la somewhat unkind , as H I known thut the czar's most assiduous mirs has been the czarina , who , according- t rumor , has been breaking down under th mil n of attending continually upon he dying husband. Tliere Is no doubt that , outelde of Hussla the greatest concern for the health of th , i-zar is felt In France. The Temps , In an article which may b 0 regarded us an expression of the generu 0F feeling of sympathy of the French people 0fi says thut there U not a corner of Franc fi where prayers have not been offered up fo s the recovery of the czar , and not a liouss hold In Franco where his Illness Is not th chief topic of conversation. Dispatches from various parts of Franc T quite bear out the truth of the statement r made by the Temps. The czar , since th time of ( he fetes at Toulon following th tl C arrival there of the Russian squadron unde tlg Admiral Avellan. has everywhere In th g French republic been considered as tlie 111 1 ully of France , and one could hardly elite 1s peasant's cottage or a farmhouse wlthou s K I but the central feature displayed o wallu Is the colored print which was dlt rlbuted broadcast at the time of the Hub alun ffntlvltles. This print reprt-sents th c czar as offering his hand to the late I'res , dent Carnot. with the masts of the Cron- J1" ! Btadt ami Toulon ujuaJrons In tie backj j v ground. J I AUX WAS NEVER BOTHERED Directura Too Bore to Even Make Pace for the Little Queen. GR'AT MATCH AT MYSTIC PARK NO RACE King of tha Stallion * Unalilo tn ( > l u Any Sort of nn Account of Illnnoir mill WIlliilruiTii Alter Iteing- llrnteu Two llr-uti. MYSTIC PAUK HACK TRACK , Mass. , Oct. 20. Allx , 2:03W : , and Dlroctum. 2.05 < 4 , met here today for a purse of $11,000 , and Allx wo1 Dlrcctum tonight occupies a stall , sore , lame nnd as discouraged as a race horse can be. The spectators numbered nearly 18,000 , nnil never were weather conditions more favorable for a great contest. The air was balmy as n day In spring , the Octo ber sun shone warm and undlmined. and there was no wind. Early in the day the people went Dlrectum-inacl. Every move of the great black stallion was cheered. Every betting man seemed to be hasten ing to back tils favorite Pools sold at MOO to $85 In his favor nnd Allx money til 1 not gem plentiful. Just before the race , however , this was changed. Allx people seemed suddenly to gain confidence , nnd It was J100 to } 3u. It was a pretty sendoff , but the long start the quetn got up the stretch sent her ahead , own to the quarter , nnil at the turn she ml pushed to the front , with the stallion wo lenpths behind. Each went steadily is machines. When they turned Into the irctcli Allx seemi'd to be taking her pace aslly. but Dlrectum could get no nearer , ml McDowell pulled under the wire In 2:09. : llx made the quarter In 0:112 : , the half In Ol'i , the thrce-rpjnrtera In 1:37. : nnd the ille In 2:09. : Hlckok look d terribly dtenp- olnted , ns he followed Dlrectum to the table. He said the stnlllun seemed sore In ic first warming up heat , and It was Im- oslble to keep him down to the fast work n account of hlq desire to pace. Ills feet ere found to be sore , but he was booted nil came out for the'second heat , which ' roved to be the last for him. The second | coring started the two horses on even erms , but they went together but a short Istance , for again as they rounded the oxvcr turn Allx bad a clear lead of two engths , and was pulling steadily away from he stallion. Allx came under the wire In jog. with Dlrectum pounding down , still our lengths behind , and when the- time oard showed a mark of 2:144 : there was a encral feeling that something wan wrong vlth the black hcrse. It was found that at he lower turn be overreached and cut his oot , after losing n boot , and thin sore foot ad put him out of the * race. After an ex- jnlnatlon of Dlrectum by the judges , Ilckok was permitted to withdraw him and he race was given to w\llx. The time osted rend : Quarter , 0:32U : ; half , 1:03 : ; three- imrtcrs. 1:40 : ; mile , 2Hi. : Other races : 2lfi : trot : Allen hove won In three straight eats. Time : 2:12 : , 2:12 : , 2:131. : Jimmy J ) , lountaln Pink , Miller Ward , Helen and lerry Legs also started. 2:10 : class , pacing. Sterling won second , ' fth and sixth heats Time : 2:14 : 4 , 2l3a4. : s'o time taken sixth heat. Alcyo won third ml fourth heats. Time : 2:13' : , , 2:15. : IJoan Vllkes won llrst heat. Time : 2:17. : ! I' > UI/ra ON TIIIJ HUNNINf ! TKACKH. Thrco OutBliler * fSlvo tbo Oakley Tulcnt ItH Customary Throutlmrn. OAKM3Y. O. , Oct. 20.-One favorite , strongly played second choice and three utslJers won. Huckwa , 8 to 5 , failed to how In the third race nnd the 3 to 2 fa- orlte , Greenwich , In the last race , was left .t the post. The surprise of the day was Jenildlne's victory at 10 to 1. After the sec- nil lace Hemy of Navarre and Lamplighter veie par.aded before the stand. A race has > een arranged to be run next Saturday , ( Us ance , nine furlongs. Starters : Henry of Navarre , Ida I'lckwlck , Lehman , John .ooper. The amount of the purse will be Ixed next week. Hesults : First race , mile and seventy yards : Rhett- oode (7 ( to 5) ) wn , Plttsburg ( I to 10) ) rc'oml. hilopcna (4 ( to 1) third. Time : 1:47H. : Second race , six furlongs : Simon W (5 ( to ) won , Free Advice (7 to 2) ) second , Galen d'Or (20 ( to 1) third. Time : 1:15. : Third race , a free handicap , for 3-year- olds and upwards , one mile end three-six- eenths : John Cooper f2 to 1) ) w n , Plutus 7 to 2) ) second , Semper Lex (9 ( to 2) ) third. Time : 2:01'f : , . Fourth race , six fuilongs : Gernldine (10 ( : o 1) won. Innocent ( S la1) ) second , 1'oten- ate (4 ( to 5) ) third. Time : 1:14'J. : ' Fifth race , selling , eleven-sixteenths of a ulle : Addle lluclmnan ( C to 1) ) won , Valkyrie (7 ( to 1) ) second , Uelle Starr (5 ( to 2) ) .bird. Time : IrOflVi , Second race , selling , one mile : Tuscnrorn n to 1) ) won , Alto June (10 ( to 1) ) second , .Mr. Jingle (8 ( to 5) third. Time : 1:44. : ST. ASAPTII HACK Tit AC K , Oct. 20. Ilesults : First race , live furloiiKSiDoggett won , Suftleient second , Heauregnrd third. Time : 1:02'J. : Second , race , mile anil a sixteenth : De clare won , Llzza tecond , Qiilllle third. Time : 51i. ! Third race , seven furlongs : Nero won , Gold Dollar second , Ulack Hawk thlnl. rime : 1:39. : Fourth race , mile : Song and Dance won , [ Jeorge Sheehan fcccond , Long Drldge third. Time : l:4t : > i. Fifth race , live-eighths of a mile : Ap- iliuse nnd Dccrllc-k ran n dead heat , Louise , filly , third. Time : 1:03. : The run-off was won by Applause in l:02'i. : ' Sixth race. ( Ive furlongs : Maid Marian won , Stonenell second , Hestralnt third. Time : i:0l : 4. KAST ST. LOI'IS. 111. . Oct. 20. Sum maries : First race , nine-sixteenths of n mile , selling : Lillian won , Doley Hrown second end , Great Captain Sinclair third. Time : 0:09. : 0:09.Second Second race , eleven-sixteenths of a mile handicap : Aunt Jane won , Chenoa seccnd. Queen Faiistus third. Time : llli. : Third nice , nine-sixteenths of n mile , sell ing : Paddy Flynn won , Tom S second , Con federate third. Time : 0:583 : ; . Fourth race , handicap , mile : Vevay won , Jamestuwn second , The General third. Time : 1:49. : 1:49.Fifth Fifth race , Felling , six furlongs : Podlga won. Chartreuse second , Lady Lister third. Time : 1:20. : KANSAS CITY , Oct. 20.-Thls was the closing day nt Reposition park. Three favorites won , and the sport was ns goo < l as during the meeting. In the fourth event. Long Tom fell at the start , throwing his Jockey , Nell , who was seriously hurt. IJe- sults : First race , four nnd a half furlongs : Lit tle Grove ( even ) won , Gold Maid (4 to 1) second , White Cloud (15 to 1) third. Time : 0:5S14. : Second race , four and a half furlongs. Jack White ( ft to 1) ) won , Texas Frank (8 to 1) ) second , Uabblt (1 ( to 2) ) third. Time 0:57 : 2-B. Thlnl race , ilvp furlongs : Jnrdlne (3 to 2) ) won , Hen Wilson (4 ( to 6) ) second , Gre > Ilnflle (8 ( to 1) ) third. Time : 1:01 : 3-5. Fourth race , one mile : Southernest (3 ( to 1) ) won , Joe Courtney ( 3to 1) second , Joe Woolman ( T to fi ) thlnl. Time : l:46li. : Fifth race , six furlongs : Irnlcorn (2 ( to 1) ) won. Green Hewitt ( S to 1) ) second. Sir Planet (8 ( to 1) third. Time : 1:17U. : WASHINGTON , Oct. 20. Hesults at Alex andria , Va.i First race , five furlongs : Sonora won Hlnck Child second. Uno Grande third Time : 1:01. : Second race , seven furlongs : Frank H Harf won , I'Hurlm second , Fuglti third Time : 1:2214. : Third ruce , live furlongs : Imp Frolic , some Lass won. Tom Charles second , Mars ! third. Time : 1:03. Fourth nice , six furlongs : Flntiwater ? won , Siberia , second , Tommy L'all third Time : 1:14 : PUOVIDENCK. It. I. . Oct. 20. First race i one mile : Wllmnr won , George Dlxoi second , La Joya third. Time : 1:1 : Jig. Second race , six furlongs : Trophy , geld Ing. won , Deno second , Khllct third. Time 1:16. : 1:16.Third Third race , handicap , mile nnd a six teenth : Dr. Garjielt won , Sir Knlgh ! second. Soundtnore third. Time : 1:4S. : Fouith race , nix furlongs : Speculatloi won . , Polydora second , Hy Jove third. Time 1:1(1 : ( 1:1(1Fifth Fifth race , steeplechase , full course Chevy I'lmsewon. . Hodman second , Glen Fallen third. Time : 3:19. : HAWTllOltNK. Oct. -Flrnt race , ( Ive a. furlongs : May House won. Ullle T second Scamp thlnl. Time : 1:0314. : Second race , seven furlongs : Pop Ora > won , Instnllutor second , Percy third. Time iSl : . Third race , flvo fuilonga : Libertine won Tim Murphy second. Pedestrian third Time : 1H\4. : ( Fourth lace , mile nnd half a furlong Despot won , XmiU'lKii second , CommlSHlon tbliJ. Time : lf : > t'i. , Flfih rice , five furlonesVenla : won a Swetiheiut s-ionl , Ml a YOJIS th rd. T me 1:01. : 1:01.Sixth Sixth race , steeplechase , short course Sir George won , Little Nell secund , Jin Norvel thlnl. Time : S:35U. : ' AVlH-cl Kill 31 ut Miktlmil. : IIASTINCB. Oct. . ZO.-lS.ieelaU-Thr Queen City I'yollr-K' club hid s me very InterestlnB races at Its club grounds yestenlay after- ' nocn. In the mile nice 3 oo class. Hiiynes I "a ' ( won , Stine second. Time 3 US. m One mile race , 2 34 class. Henry Jacob-J ol ton won , Ilcnnctt sec-onl. Tlrtie ZoK. : Hulf-mlle race : Hnyns won , Stlnc sec ond. One-qunrter mile : Jncobpon won , Wnnzer second , and Klrbv thlnl. Two-mile handicap : Hnynea won , Jacob' pen second , Stlne third.Dn'ql Hoys' race , one-half mUcCharles : Jncob- son won , Jny Ilcnedlct set1' ml. Klrby rode one-quarter mile against time , with pacer , standing start. Time : Otft1 * . Henry Jacobson rode one-hiijf mile against time , with pacer , standing start. Time : 1:11. : beating the slate record. OITA\VAV : DAY ATNAHIIVII.I.K. . Only it Tnir Out tn Srn ffi'rVliulu | > Itacn ut CiimhorliiiHt i'tlrlc. NASHV1LLK. Oct. 2n.-Th't > trotting nnd pacing meeting closed today with small at tendance , although the sport was gvod. Sum maries : First race. 2:21 : class , trotting , stake $2,000 , ( unfinished from yesterday ) : Helr-at-Ijiw won In three straight heatw. Time : 2:13U. : 2:14 : , 2:12. : Mary Uest and Mambrlno also started. Soc nj rate , consolation , va--oll t otto a eligible to 2:35 : class , purse $1,000 , two In three : Freeland won tlrst and second heats and race. Time : 2:17-'Vi. : 2:19'i. : Charming. Delbprt anil Dentlvc also started. Third race , 2:40 : class , trotting , purse J1 , X : Venetln Wllkes won second , third and fourth heats nnd race. Time : 2.14 > j , 2.15. 2:13. : Hed Hud won first heat. Time : 2:14S4- : Jack Dawson , Anthella , Lemonee , Leotn and Cole Taylor also stalled. Patentrlght , dis tanced. Fourth race. 2.10 class , trotting , purse $1,000 : Phoebe Wllkes won In three straight heats. Time : 2OS : ! $ . 2:0914 : , 2:09 : i. Nightin gale. Trevlllyn , Ellnrd nnd David I ) ulso stnrted. Ls.dy Nelson to beat 2:22'4 : , 2:21i. : Judge Fisher to bent 2:13'S. : 2:14. : UMher to bent 2:30'i. : 2:2S : . Oakland Itaron to beat 2:16H : , 2:141. : . jBS | | Klrkman to bent 2:25. : 2.17. fo to beat 2:14 : > 4 , 2:13 : > , fc. McCurtls , Jr. , to beat 2:25'4 : ' , 2:21H. : Siutoii ( inn < Inb Toiirii miit. . The second annual tournament of the Sutton - ton , Neb. , Gun club will be held on their KT unds nt Sutton next Wednesday and Thursday , October 21 and 25 , the American association rules to govern. On the last day George Nicola ! and W , S. Duer will shoot a fifty live bird nice for $50 a side. The pro gram , which Is n good one , follows : Wednesday , October 21. 1891 : Fifteen sin gle targets , entrance. $1.50 ; twenty single targets , entrance , $2 ; ten singles nnd five pairs , entrance , $2 ; eight live birds , en trance , J3.50 ; twenty single tnivet' , entrnn c , $2 : fifteen single targets , entrance. $1.50 ; five pair targets , entrance , $1 ; ten live birds , en trance. J.i. Thursday , October , 25 , 1S9I : Fifteen single nrg-ets. entrance , $1.50 ; twenty single tnr- ets , entrance. $2 ; twenty-five single targets , ntrance , $2.50 ; eight live birds , entrance , $4 ; Ifteen slngli' targets , entrance , tl.CO ; thirty Ingles nnd five pairs , entrance , $ .1 ; ten live ilrds , entrance , $8 ; twenty single targets , ntrance , fcJ.M. Note All purses will be dl- lde < l into four moneyr 4'J , 3J , CO. 10 per cent. AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA , City I'uzzlcil Over the Mjsterloni nl n | > - l > riiranco of Hurry \Vllsoli. The sensation of the week among business men In South Omaha Is the mysterious dls- ppearance of Harry Wilson , a married man , vho for the last two years has made his lome on Missouri avenue. Mr. Wilson Is a clgarmaker. When he rst came to this city he worked at his trade nd was employed by Jake Jaskalck on N treet. Shortly after his arrival , however , ie' was promoted to the position of city sales man , and In that capacity he has worked ver since. Wilson had the confidence of all he community. He was a member of the \nclent Order of United Workmen lodge and always took an active part In lodge work. Ie was popular with those- with whom he ame In dally contact , rend not until his wife ad reported to Mr. Jaskalok that her hiis- jand did not come home did his empolycr check up the books and ascertain that Wll on was short. The amount Is said riot tu be large , how ever , and Mr. Jaskalek said to a flee re porter last night that If the man should re urn to South Omaha he would not prosecute him. him.The The most Intimate friends' of Wilson are at a loss to account for his conduct. Tubs- day morning , while standing In his employ er's store , ho received a letter from the postman , which he opened , and suddenly made the remark : "That settles It. " Fold- ng the letter , he went home nnd changed ils clothing , putting on the best he had , and IBS not been seen since. The matter was ccpt iUlcl until last evening , when It was Iven out to both the Omaha and South Jinaha police. Wilson was a fine looking young man about 35 years of age. His wife says they have lived happily together. They have no children. In Mx'lnl Clrclefl * The Drive Whist club held its first meeting ot the season Friday evening at the comfort able home of Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Smith. Mrs. L. C. Gibson had the highest average among .he ladies and Mr. L. Dralnard got invay with he gentlemen's prize. After twenty-one hands had been played the guests were in vited Into the spacious dining room , where in hour was spent at a delicious repast. The members of the club this year arc : Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Smith , Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Doud , Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Watts , Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Holmes , Mr. and .Mrs. A. L. Drain- ard , Mr. and Mrs. II. B. Hcgle , Mr. and Mrs. lall , Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Gibson. Mr. and Mrs. n. F. Carpenter and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Tan - ner. ner.Tho The King's Daughters gave the first of a series of afternoon teas to be given during the coming winter Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. C. L. Talbot. Refreshments were served and the ladles present , who highly enjoyed the afternoon , expect to at tend the becond party , which will be given at the residence of Mm. Howard Meyers , Twenty-third and I streets , In November. ; All are cordially invited to attend. The "Oxford Circle" club opened the sea son with 11 dancing party ut Knights aof Pythias ball Friday night. There was a splen did turnout and If their flr.-t party Is any criterion to go by the members will spend many pleasant evenings during the winter. ? The grand march was led by Miss Katie O'Neill and Mr. Alex Goldstein. Those pres ent were : Misses Laura Murphy , Libble O'Neill. Maggie Murphy , Delia Salmon , Kit tle Moore , Nora Honner , Alice O'Neill. Kate O'Neill , Hattle Crow , Florence O'Neill , Lilly Jones , Council Hluffs. Those from Omaha were : Misses L. Olrby , Schuwteln , Garneau , Claire , M. and A. Kennedy. N. Crow , A. Wagner , and Messrs. Hollie and Harry Kebbs , Johnson , D. F. Keane , Ed Pollard. U. Hall , O. Fruax. M. Nugent , M. Frances , N. Mulvl hill , 1' . Callahan. J. Donohoe. Dan Montague. Kd Steffee , M. Kclley , J. J. O'Hourke , H. Whalen , J. Hoffman , C. Nelson , John Salmon. Ed Halpln , Dan Condon"Atex Goldstein , Miss Powers and Miss I'rloiv- For HurRliiry In 'jiii ) > ; lcrs County , .Sheriff nuck arrivedQlast. night from Saunders - ders county to take bpck ; iwitli him Thomas Fltzpatrlck , who Is vya.n : d there for bur glary. The arrest herp was m < id& by Offlcer Sheehan , who will receive a reward of ? SO. Dell I'earce is back Kroin an extended visit with old friends In Oho. ( The South Omaha Treubund gave a danc ing party In Ilauer's hall last night. The High school puplU Kiive an Interesting literary program Friday Afternoon. Mrs. Anderson of Conianche. la. . Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. T.'Ir Thatcher. W. Heed Dunroy has 'go"ne " to Fremont to distribute large orders 'f6r his book of poems. The South Omaha pastdrs will meet at the Methodist Episcopal church on Tuesday , at D . m. Miss Nellie Hutterflcld of Omaha has been employed as operator at the telephone ex change. Charles McCracken of Ihe Chicago Drovers Journal Is vIMtlng his relative , ICJwan Hughes. Charles I'ate wan arrested for stealing car penters' tools In Onuha and was released on JDO bond. Rev. Thomas Stephenson , who has just re turned from Rurone , will preach at the nap- list church Sunday morning and evening. Ilev. J. F. Iloss will preach at the United 1'reebytcrlan church this morning ou "Thi Fixed Past" and In the evening on "Withered Hands. " Ncbrjkka lodge , No. 227 , Ancient Order ol I'nltedorkmcn. . gave a dancing party at Uauer's i concert hall Friday evening The members of this lodge have given a number parties , and each one has been liberally , t KBLLEY , STIGER & CO. . Just Received--The Latest Novelties - - produced for Fall and Winter Wear , Silks , Velvets and Dress Goods. Cloaks , Jackets , Wraps and Furs. New and utcwuit Pique SlIUs $1.00 New Arrivals daily in this o1 Now ' Fashion and durable Hntolic Clnou Silk. . . 00 department . 'cw Chinese Crcpc llkttet , Magenta included. 25 all the latest novelties in Jackets , Ulsters , Cupc.s and The late shading just received in Vel Furs. vets , Satins , Crepe , Pique , Gros de Londres Monday we will offer fifty fine Beaver exquisite the latest from Eu Jackets in Ulack and Cray , 41 ! inches long , with the rope. i latest sleeve am ! full back and large lapels , at $7.50 , Black Dress Silks , Black Dress Silks. worth $10.00. Reliable Silks that we can guarantee and SI3.OO will buy a fine twilled Beaver that we do guarantee. Jacket , stylish length , large sleeves and Inpcl.s * , All the late weaves now in stock. noli 111 be good value at $ li.OO. ( S-JC our lllsiek Dress Silks at . 1 .00 Coif Capes that are so stylish this season Our third importation of Inclusive and the most useful garment for all purposes. W ! Dress Novelties now in. liavo them In endless variety from $0.00 to $10.00. Granite Pique , not alone stylish but pretty nt. . . 1 .00 Covert Crepe JIIMV effects quite new tuul Furs. serviceable 15 Fur Garments , Capes and Jackets , all Caledonia Cheviot , for sinit : Winter Dresses . 1 . ! J5 See cloths for lengths and styles at popular prices. our new Tailor Made Gowns , Hleuet Js the height of fash Animal Head Boas and Muffs. In Mink , ionable shades. .Martin , Persian Lamb , Klectric Seal , etc. , etc. We show a large variety In checks , Fur Bands and Edges for Dress and Clonk stripes , momie. etc. trimmings in Mink , .Martin , Heaver , Astrakhan , All wool fancy cheviots , GOc grada for. . . . 45c Coney , Chinchilla , Krlmmer , Thibet , at very lovf Fancy checks and plaids , all wool , G5c . grade for . . . 37ic prices. Seasonable Underwear for LaJies. Black Dress Goods. One case Ladies' extra fine quality Egypt : French Serge , 40 inches ; " 5c quality , for . Sdc French fancy effects , $1.00 quality , for . Sac inn Cotton Vests and Pants , Vests silk-taped and * Hcst Henrietta , 1(5 ( inches , $1.00 quality , for. . . . 85c satin-faced , a regular ( > 5a garment , all si/.cs , for 50c Large Wale Cheviot Serge , $1.00 quality , for. . 75c each. We display the most complete assortment At $1.12 * , worth SI.RO , Ladles' Combina ment of Cloves the "ery latest styles and tion Suits , Egyptian cotton , which make a most shadlngs of the best manufacturers known. perfect fitting undergarment , all si/.es nt $1.12 } . The " renowned ' 'DENT , " "MONARCH" and At 48c each ; vests and pants only ; extra "TREFOUSSE" tra good value. JUST IN Ladles' wool underwear at 58c , worth INNew Silk Mittens , $1.15. Ludlcs * very fine imported Swiss wool JeTf Best Kid Mittens , sey fitting sleeveless vests that never sold for lesd . , nSc half price. Odd slzeS. than $1.15 at each-only Fine Line of Wool Mittens Cor. Farnam and 15th Sts. As in everything else , the best is the cheapest. For this reason , it will pa/ you to make your selections from our stock , which repre sent the productions of the best makers only. Everything new in Dining Room , Bed room , Parlor , Drawing Room , Library and Hall Carpets and Draperies for both city and country homes. Omaha Carpet Co. , 1511 Dodge Street. attended , end the participants always have a Jolly time. It Is one of the most prosperous lodges In South Omaha. An "Old rollis1 " reception will bo given by the Epvvorth league on Thursday evening. the 25th. All the old people In the city are Invited. Ilev U. U Wheeler's topic Sunday morning will bo "Salvation Through Suffering. ' In the evening It will be "The Great Two , \o and God. " II ov. C. K. Dawson has been chosen by the South Omaha clergy to preach the annual Thanksgiving sermon at tlie United I'reaby- terlan church. W. 13. Skinner , formerly conocted with the stock yards company here , but who Is now manager of the Fort Worth stock yards , writes a friend that ho U the proud father of a bouncing baby boy. _ Itr.Klt T.tl.KS / < < 7JJtMrtO.I.V.V. I'lrtt lteBl" " > t Armor/ Filled to Over- lleurlllm. CHICAGO , Oct. 20. Thomas 13. Ileed ad dressed an audience of enthusiastic repub licans tonight In the armory of the First In fantry. Illinois National Guards. The armory Is capable of holding fully 7,000 people , and It was Jammed to the doors. The Hamilton club of Chicago , under whoso auspices the meeting was held , had arranged for an over- How meeting onvabasli avenue , about three squares from the armory , and this hall was also filled. Mr. Reed began by saying he did not think he would be eble to give the people of the west much Information regarding the state of public affairs. "Your prevent knowl edge , " said lie , "has como to you by that want and sulttrlns which conies In civilized communities when we ure ynable to enjoy the blessings to which v-c have been accustomed. Let me give you tlio consolation that If the knowledge came to you hard , it will stay with you long. For the last thirty year * republican orators have bwn giving you ar guments founded upon wlwloin and fraught with the good sense of this wnrld. Those arguments , sound and solid as they were. rnu t seem viry trivial , compared with uiose to which you liavo b.'cn noting for the Utt two years. Man'8 aliments are pertuaalve , God's arguments arc convincing. ( Laughter and applause. ) For thirty years republican orators have been telling you that free trade , or even the approach of It , In this country will bring to you disaster. For seventy years before our coming Thomas Jefferson and An drew Jackson always preached the same doc trine , and one- would naturally suppose that with such a feast of reason an Intelligent race like our own would be BO sensible as not to put even its nose , lei alone Its whole body , In danger. Ncverthelcs , after 0,000 years of Christian civilization , this people , the Inhab itants ot the most enlightened nation on the face ot the earth , are sitting today In sack cloth and ashes coal ashes at that. ( Laugh ter and applause. ) "It was an old statement , so olil thai I am almost ashamed to quote It. that whom the gods wished to destroy the llrst rnado mad. Have you ever seen at any time iuch mad ness as has been exhibited by tlio leaders of the democratic parly ? ( Cries of "Never , never. " ) At the tlmo when this country had been suffering from two years of Magnallon. think of these men , Instead of standing aghast at the ruin they had wrought , standIng - Ing up In their places and declaring thai what they had done was but the vantage ground for further attack. Think of the chairman of the ways and means committee crossing the ocean to tell tlie Hrltlsh Iirt.t of all the battle had but begun. Just Imagine for a moment the feelings of an honest democrat Protection , said Mr. Ueed , Is not an attempt to tax the many for the benefit of ihc few. it is an attempt to get all the prollt we can out of our business and out ot the sifts ot God In this country. More things than business have changed. The markets of the world have changed. The latest news from the United States treasury shows that from September 1 to October 18 the receipts have been $43.2W,000 , and expenditure * $52.- 000,000 , leaving a. deficit of $18,750,000 , and yet these men In charge of this great govern ment Imagine that the measure which they say Is for revenue- only ( laughter ) would bring them lt enough to support the wants of the government. Instead of that the deficit it II03.QOO every day of the wec-k. If that continued twelve montlia the dellHl would be $147,000.000 , And even with the full extra duty on sugar the deficit stays al i f 110,000,000. Wiy , vso are not buying ourt Seventy-five Styles of Sideboards. This One Was $25.00 NOW $12.50. Shiverick's October Sale. own goods , let alone- goods from foreign coun tries. ( Laughter and applause. ) Our market has grown smaller and smaller , whllf In the year 1892 our market was the greatest market In the world. Do you know what made It the greatest market. What makes a great market ? What Is a great market ? It Is a place- where people have money ( o fipend. ( Applause. ) When we left off having money to spbnd lij Jiut that proportion wo left off belnp a market. Thu market Is only anoher nairji for the purchasing power , and the purchasing power IH to a nation tlip same as what wo boys used to call suction Is to u puno. Cheapness withuot a cent of money In yoUr pocket to buy with Is lillterh l to the sduT. You know It now. How convincing ik drmocratlp orator would ba If hewer.o . to take hla place tonight. Don't you remeintrtlf1 how ho had talked about tin pbitCB and thl ) worklngman's dinner pall ? It wax fuU then 4tid empty now. Ittll bo a long tin | before / fore the working man Is again foul < Jij J that empty djnjQcr palj. ( Ai > Pjau e. ) - , - >