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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : SUNDAY , JUNE 30 , 1895.
OMAHA HOLDS TO HER PLACE befeata Jacksonville in the Closest Contst of the Ourrent Season. POTH PITCHER-DID SPLENDID WORK Cftrrlali nnd Parker In Fine Form , but the Omaha Mnu Und tlio Ilclter ot the Arcoment Inki Bhonri / UpVell , Omohn. 4 ; Jacksonville. 3. DCS Molnes. 7 ; Hocktord , 4. Qiilncy. li Lincoln , 0. I'lttubutfr , , ID ; St. LpuK 3. HrooVelJ'n. 2 : Now York , 2. Cleveland , 7 ; ChlcnRO , 3. I'hllntlelphln , 1.1 ; Boston , C. Hnltlmore. \VnMilnKton : , 1. Cincinnati , : LoulRVlllp. 8. Toledo , 11 ; CJrnnil Unt > lds , 8. Indlnnnpolls , 9 : Detroit , 0. St. Paul , 22 ; Minneapolis 21. Mthvauke , G ; Kansas City , 3. Despite the cloudy and threatening weather there was a good lzed crowd out to the old fair groiU bs ynsterday afternoon to witness the battle hctwecn the Jacksonvllles anil the llutchlnson family. Those who took the pains to attend the game \\cre well paid for their pains. It was one of the prettiest games of ball played In Omaha this season. It was a pitcher's battle from start to finish nnd wns nobody's game until the ninth In ning. 1'arker did the work for the Jax , while Carrlsh represented the Omahas. Mr. JtcGlnnls did the umpiring nnd he evidently had a very large cataract over each optic as his decisions were very much "to the bad. " However , It was nbout an "even break" ( or both teams. The work of Slaglo In middle was simply perfection , he having four put outs to his credit , three of which were captured by come tall sprinting across the lot. Inks put up a good game of ball and proved that he Is somewhat of a run getter himself. Captain Hutch got a good thing when he got Inks. HOW THE HUNS WEHI3 MADE. In the. first Inning , after Caruthers had bscn Mirown out by Miles-Shaffer let Devln- ney'k * , Ily get away from him. Katz got a walk end Egan found the ball for a single , which landed Mr. Devlnney safe at homo and ad vanced Katz to second. One base on a single was not enough for Mr. Katz. He Wanted to reach ono more base nearer home , but Slagle had too Btrong an arm and threw him out nt third. Hoover made the third man out on a Ily to Shaffer. In-the second Hutch hit It for two sacks , Inks got first on an error of Taylor , Lehman bunted nnd was retired at llrtt. Mr Pace then knocked a throe-bigger over toward the railroad br'dge and Hutch nnd Inks loped home. Miles fanned out , and Car rlsh n it'll out to licit. Caruthers nnd Devlnney both crossed the plate In tbo third , giving the "Jacks" the advantage of ono run. Inks made a run In the seventh , and It remained horse and horse until the nlnti , , when Inks once more started the rounds and got home all t-afo. The "Jacks" made one more attempt to do the right thing. Taylor made a single. Van Dyke sent a hot ono above Miles , but "Paddy" stretched out his long right arm nnd Gathered It In , and , throwing to Inks , caught Taylor napping. Uslt tiled out to Pace , and It was all over. Score : OMAHA. AH. H. BH. SIX. SB. PO. A. E. 0 Totals . . . .37 3 8 0 3 27 13 4 Omaha . 0 20000101 4 Ssonvllie . . . . : : . . 1 02000000-3 ' Earned runs : Omnha , 3 ; Jacksonville. 2. Two-base hits : llutchlnson , 2 ; Carruthers , 1 ; Belt. 1. Three-base hit : Pare. Passed ball : Lolimnn. 1. Double plays : Slagle lo Ulrlch to Hutchlnson ; Mllps to Ulrlch ; Miles to Inks. Bases on balls : Off Cnrrls-h. 2 ; off Parker , 3. Hit by pitcher : Pnrkcr. 1. Struck out : By Carrlsh , 3 ; by Parker. C. L5fl on bases : Omaha. 4 ; Jacksonville , 5. Time of ( fame : Two hours. DES MOINES WINS THE SECOND. DES JIOINES , la. , June 29.-Speclal ( Tele gram. ) The locals look the second game from Roclcford today by good work all nrounil. Hlckey showed up well as Ihe new player at short. Score : DPS Molnes . 0 31200010 7 nockford . 102000001 4 Hits : Des Molnes , 0 ; nockford , 10. Errors Des Molnes , 1 ; Rockford , 3. Earned runs Dea Molnes , li ; Ilockford , 4. Three-base hits : Kllrtg , Vlsner. Two-base hits : Mc- Vlckcr , Mclvlbben. Trallley , Vlsner , Hol land. Bases on balls : By Mnuck , 2 ; by tat Howe , 5. Struck out : By Mnuck , 2 ; by Howe , 2. Slolen bases : Des Molnes. 2 Itockford , 2. Ballerles : Mauck nnd McFar- r land ; Howe nnd Snyder. Time of game One hour and forty minutes. Umpire : Mr. Haskell. AND THEY MOBBED THE UMPIRE. LINCOLN , June 29. ( Special Telcgram.- ) Llncoln lost today's gume through a fear fully bad decision of Umpire Ward , that with another raw ono nt a critical time nearly cost him a mobbing. Ho had to huvo a body guard at the close. In llu- fifth , with two men out nnd men on second nnd third , Kennedy drove n two-base hit to left that Ward called foul , although the Imprint of the ball In the mud showed that It struck fair by n foot. Ward refused even to look at that mnrk. Klmmerer pllched Brent gnme. nnd the only rim cnmo In on a scratch Ily hit near short. McGreevey wns hit hard , but phenomenal fielding saved him. Score : Lincoln . 0 00000000-C Qulncy . 0 0001000 * Hits : Qulncy , 8 ; Lincoln , G. ErrorH Lincoln , 1 ; Qulncy , 2. Bases on balls ; Off McGreevey , n. Hit by pitcher : Ebrlght. Bo- Innd. Sacrifice hits : Hill , Whllp , MrGree- vey. Slruck oul : By McGreevey , C ; by Klmmerer , 2. Lpft on bapps : Lincoln , 13 Qulncy. G. Pa s d bnlls : Uolnnd : Unite l > s Klmmerer nnd Speer ; McGreovey nnd loss. land. Time : Ono hour nnd llfty mlmiles Umpire : Ward. ss.d ST. JOSEPH , June 29. Gnmo postponed rain. STANDING OP THE TEAMS. P ived. Won. Lost. P.Ct Pcorla . 48 31 17 CM Lincoln . 47 30 17 C3.S Omnha- . 47 2fi 21 CT , . Des Molnes . 41" 25 21 51. Qulncy . 47 21 i3 Bl.l Jacksonville . 47 ID 28 40J Ilockford . 48 19 29 3J. St. Joseph . 48 II 32 3.4 Games today : Jacksonville nt Omaha Qulncy nt Lincoln : Peorla nt St. Joseph Ilockford nt Des Molnes. GAMUS Ot Till : \TIONA1 , I.KAUUt llronhlyn uncl Nt > \ vnrk Uimlilr to I I nil ( J lllf III Illllll. BROOKLYN , June 29. Both tennis wer on their metlle. Rain ended Iho conlesl at the beginning- Ihe ninth Inning , when the Giants had n player on fccond and thin and two out. Tills loft the result a tie. At tendance , 10.000. Score : Brooklyn . 1 0000100 - Now York . . : . . . . . . : . . . . 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0- Hits : Brooklyn , 8 : New York. 6. Errors Brooklyn , 3 ; New York. 4. First base bj errors : Brooklyn , 3. Ix-ft on bases : Nev York. 6 : Brooklyn. 7. Struck out : BV Clark 1 : by Kennedy. 4. Bane on balls : Off Ken ; netly 1. Three-base hit : Van Hnllren. Two SSse hit : Shlndle. Sacrifice lilt : Dulley Double plays : W. Clarke to D. Clarke ; Far rcl to D Clnrke. Stolen bases : Grlltln , An derson. Tlernan , Slnfrord. 2. Ballerles Kennedy and Dalley : Dnd Clark ml Schrlver. Umpire : Emslle. Tlmo ; One hou und forty-six minutes. ANSE TUIED HUTCH AGAIN. CLEVELAND , June 23. The home loan made its hits when they would count , . .nds that , together with Hutchlfon's wlldnecs cave the Clevelunds the game. Attendance 4.000. Score : -7 , -S Hits. : Cleveland , 9 ! Chicago. 9. Errors Cluvelaml , 1 : Chicago. S. Earned runs C ovelondl 3 Chicago. 2. First base by ; errors : : Cleveland. 1. Left on banes : Cleve SS. 8" Chicago , 7. Flrat base on balU : Of , Si off Orimth , l ! off Hutchison , 6. Siruik out ; By Cuppy , C ; by Griffith. 2 ; by Hutthlfon , 1. Sacrifice hit * : Chttdr , Blake. titolen bn ) > e ! Burkctt , McKean , Tebenu , Me- Alcer. Double playc : Chllds to Tebeau. Pnpe < 1 balls : Klttrcdgu. Ballerlcs : Cuppy and iCImmcr ; urlmtli , Hutchison nnd Kit- ttcdge. Umpire ; Baye. Time : Two hours and ten minute.1 ! , TAYLOR DOWNS THE LEADERS. PHILADELPHIA. June 29.-Tho Bostons wcio defeated by the Phillips today because of their Iniiblllty to hit Taylor's curv'cs. Stlvetts wns lilt f r fl total of thirty bases. Attendance. tt.M. Score f Philadelphia 200310CO 1-13 Boston 0 06000001 C Hits ! Philadelphia , 17 : Boston. 8. Errors : Philadelphia , 4. Earned runs : Philadelphia , 1. Two-base hits : Dplclmnty , Clements , Taylor , Thompson , 3 ; Sullivan , Duffy. Tlirt'e-i.'n'e tils ; pele-hnnty , Crof. ' , Tucker , McCatthT. Hornct'im ! Clemenl * . Stolen baton : Hamilton , 2 ; Boyle. 2. Left on baPes" ! Philadelphia , D ! Boston , 2. Struck out : By Stlvptt ! , 3 ; by Taylor , 2. Double plnys : Sullivan to Boyle ; CIORS to Hallmnn to Boyle ; Duffy to Lowe. First on errors : Boston , 3 Flrsl on balls : Off Taylor , 1 ; off Stlvptls , 3. Wild pilch : Stlvetts. Batteries : Taylor nnd Clements ; Stlvetls nnd Onnzel. Umplrn : Murray. Time : Two hours and len tnlnutps. Him WNS HAD HAD ENOUGH. PITTSBIMIO , June 29.-PlllPburg knocked , Brolterstcln out of the box In the fifth. I The gnmo WIIB called nt the end of the . . . to nllow the Browns to catch a train for Chicago. Attendance , 3,600. Score : PltlHburK D 0 2 1 5 1 1 - ! ! > St. Louis 0 2001000-3 Errors : runs : Plllfburg , C ; St. Louis , 7. Two-base hits : I Donovan. Bccklcy , Cllngman , Merrllt.Qulnn , ] Dowd. Three-base hits ! Slcnuol. Sacrifice lilts : Genlng. Stolen bapes : Donovan , Gen- I Ins (2) ) . Stpnzel. Cross (2) ( ) , Cllngman , Coni nor , Dowd , BreltenFtpln. Double plays : I Cross lo Beckley ; Qulim lo Connor to Sill ier. IlnKes on bnlls : Gpnlns (3) ( ) , Cross (3) ) , Merrill (2) ( ) . Brown , Miller. Brcltcnsteln. Slruck out : Slenzpl , Gardner , Banner. Brol- Ipnsleln. Passed balls : Mprrllt. Batlcrlrn : Gardner nnd Merrill ; Breltcnsleln , KIs- Hltiger nnd Miller. Time : Two hours nnd ten minutes , I'mplre : Jevno. BIRDS PLAYING FAST BALL. BALTIMORE , June 29. Washington wns helpless before llemmlng's pitching. The Baltlmorss pul up n fast game. The star play of the giimo was Hapsnmner's calch off Iho ground of Carey's hard drive. Attend ance. 4,300. Score : Baltimore 0 0410202 * 9 Washington 0 00000001 1 Hits : Ualtlmorp. 15 ; Washington , 8. Er rors : Baltimore , l ; Washington , 1. Earned runs : Baltimore , C ; Washington , 1. Two- lm p hits : Joyce. Hemming , Mercer , Carey , Kceler , Sclbnch (2) ( ) , Jennings , Kelley. Thrpc- bnsp hits : Ulenron , Abbey. Slolpn bases : Kplley (2) ( ) , Jennings (3) ( ) , Glcason. Keeler , S Ibach. Double plnys : Joyce , unnsslsled. Flrsl on balls : Off Hemming. 4 ; off Mercer , 1 : off Mnlarkoy. 2. Batteries : Hemming and Robinson ; Mercer , Mnlarkey and McGulro. Time : Two hours and fifteen minutes. Um pire : McDonald. COLONELS DROP STEADILY. CINCINNATI , June 29. Cincinnati's hits were a trifle belter bunched limn Ihose of Louisville , nnd HIP Reds won by a single run. Allendunce , 2,210. Score : Clnclnnall 0 9 Louisville 200000312 8 Hlls : Clnclnnall , 11 ; Louisville , 11. Errors : Clnclnnall , 4 ; Louisville , G. Earned runs : Clnclnnall. 4 ; Ixnilsvlllc , 3. Two-base nils : McPhee , Miller , Clark. Gelllnger. Throe- base hits : SwineMiller. . Sacrifice lilts : Dwyer , Parroll. Shugnrl. Stolen bases : Mc- Phpp , Miller , Hey , Hogrlever , Latham , Dwycr , Collins , Snles , Prpstori. Double plnys : Dwyer to McPhee. First on bnlls : Off Dwyer , 4 ; Off Weyhlng. 2. Struck out : By Dwyer , 1 ; by WeyhliiK , 3. Pap-rod balls : Murphy. Wild pitches : Dwyer. Batteries ! Dwycr , Murphy nnd Vaughn ; Weyhlng nnd Spies' . Time : Two hours nnd thirty-five mlnutps. Umpire : Keefp. STANDING OF THE TEAMS. I'lnyed. Won. Lost. P.Ct. Boston BO 32 18 64.0 Baltimore 49 30 19 C1.2 Plttflburff M 34 22 CO. ' . Cleveland 6G 33 23 68.9 Chicago 59 31 2T 57.r Clnclnnall 52 29 23 r.5.8 Brooklyn K2 28 21 C3.8 j Philadelphia f,2 2S 2t 6.1.8 5 New York 6.1 2S 27 49.1 Washington 62 21 31 40.4 St. Louis M 17 39 30.4 Louisville 61 7 44 13. Games today : Louisville at Cincinnati ; SI. Louis at Chicago. SCOICKS Ol' THE WK8TKKN I.EVGUE Indnnnpnll * Kvem Uprlth Detroit by Milking Ir Thron StnilRht Alxu. INDIANAPQLIS , June 29. Indianapolis look the third game from Detroit by balling Whltchlll vigorously nnd backing up Cross nlmo..t perfeclly. At critical times the learn play wns superb. Score : Indlnnnpolls 0 33200100 9 Detroit 0 00000000-C Hits : Indianapolis , 1C ; Detroit , 9. Errors Indlnnnpolls , 2 ; Detroit , 2. Bntterles : Cross nnd McFarlund ; Whltchlil and Lohbeck. TOLEDO , June 29. Score : Toledo 1 1 0 0 0 C 0 0 0 3-1 Grnnd RapUls . . .0000001610 Hlls : Toledo , 15 ; Grnnd Rnplds. 12. Er rors : Toledo , 1 ; Grand Rapids , 5. Bnllcrles Huehev and Roach ; Jones nnd Banner. MILWAUKEE , June 29.-Score : Milwaukee- 021300000 Kansas City 003000000 Hlls : Milwaukee. 12 : Kansas Clly , 9. Er rors : Milwaukee. 2 ; Kansas Clly , 1. Bal terles : Rcttgcr nnd Weaver ; Hustings nn < Hlnps. MINNEAPOLIS , June 29.-Score : Mlnnenpolls 4 2 0 2 0 0 0 11 2 2 St. Pnul 00037434 1 2. Hits : Minneapolis , 28 ; St. Paul , 23. Er rors : Minneapolis , 3 ; St , Paul , G. Batteries Frnzer , Fanning , Cnrey. Borchers and Wil son ; Jones. Pepper. Johnson nnd Doyle. STANDING OF THE TEAMS. : Played. Won. Lost. P.Ct. : Indlnnnpolls M 31 ' 19 C2.0 Milwaukee 53 28 25 f,2.8 - Kansas Clly 53 28 M 62.8 Delrolt 51 2 5 25 61.0 St. Pnul 60 2o 25 M.O Minneapolis 48 22 2G 45.8 ; Toledo 61 23 2S 45.1 - Grnnd Rnplds 52 22 33 42.3 : Gnmes today : Detroit nt Grand Rnplds ; . Indlnnnpolls at Toledo ; Kansas Clly at Mil waukee ; Minneapolis at St. Paul. , , Dallas Promoter * I.nylnv ; On" a ( Treat Pro- cram on Paper. - DALLAS , Tex. , June 29. These are busy days at the headquarters of the Florida Athletic club , where President Dan A. Stu art and Secretary Whcplock are nrrnnglng the prellmlnnrles for the big Corbetl-Fllz- n slmmona glove conlesl. Presldenl Stuart today said : "Wo have not yet decided on a site for the auditorium. Its seating capac ity will be 40,000 , and we anticipate a very- 1 large attendance. Work on the building will begin July 10. but Ihe diagrams and reserved : sections will be out next week , nnd sent lo - Iho leading cities of the United Slates , Can - ada , Mexico and Europe. The great trunk lines of the country will place Ihese dia : grams nnd reserved sections In their cen : : tral olllct'3 In the loading elites of the - United Slates , where Ihose who cnll will be . furnished with railroad tickets nnd tlckcls admitting the mto the auditorium. 11 has ; : been decided Hint the contest shall tnke place on Iho morning of October 31 , blwccn Ihe hours of 10 nnd 12. Tills may bo nn In- novnllon , but the contest will take place In the forenoon. Men are In better humor In the mcrnlnpr , thp cosl will be less , nnd nil : Ihlnfis considered. It Is the best. It will all : be over. Including the applause , by dinner time , nnd heiue will not Interfere In any way with other events under other munnge- ( , mont. I would prefer Prof. John Duffy of < NPW Orleans or George Slier of Chlcngo us ; referee. They nio fair , upright nnd ex perienced mm. In whom the public tins con ; fidence. However , the referee hua not been decided upon. " AUSTIN. Tex. , June 29.-St le Comptroller Flnlev today Issued a license for the Cor- bcll-FIlzsimmons fiuhl on October 31 , nt Dallas. This practically awires the success of Iho affair as far as Iho club Is concerned , < ( tame Thl Aftprnnnn. Jacksonville will piny Omaha ngaln this ilsa afternoon at the fair grounds. It will bo a - holler game than yesterday's. Go out and watch ll. The lenma : 2 : Omnhn. Poslllon. Jacksonville. : Inks First Curuthers : Hutchlni-on Second. ; Egan Ulrlch Third Taylor Mllp * Short Duvcney Shnfft-r Left Kntz . Blaglo Middle Van Dyke - Pace Rlghl Parker - . Dnrby Pitcher..Swnrlz or Sonler Lehman Catcher Hoover Game called nt 3:30. : Ball trains leave : Fourteenth and Howard and Sixteenth and Howard at 3:10. : I-adles admitted for 2 cents , Including grand stand. I orbrit Hint Sulllfxn to vinr Together CHICAGO , Juno 29. John L. Sulll. 11a van , cx-clmmplon pugilist of America , und James J , Corbett , present cham , pion and Sullivan's conqueror , will probably be In the same theatrical troupe l 7S this feafon. Wl'.liam A. Brady. In an Inter - view lonlght , disclosed that while no con : tract had been made with the "bit ? fellow nng : a verbal agreement existed that wim bin llns on both sides and that a written contract - would probably be drawn up as soon as he returned east and could see Sullivan. TRACK IN POOR CONDITION Pair Grew J of Wheelmen Tntned Outto , the Races Yesterday * BOYS' RACE WAS THE DRAWING C-\RD McNIdor of th' Western Union Too K t for HI * Klvnln-lluriltck Unve Fred- rlcksnn n Hot C'lmio la the Tirentjr Alllo Event. There was only a fair crowd assembled ai Unlverslly park yesterday afternoon to wit ness the bicycle races. The day was damp , cool nnd threatening , and It was this condi tion of things that kept the attendance down. With good weather , a large crowd would cer tainly I have bten on hand , as the twenty mlle race , the premier event on Iho card , had awakened a very general Interest among the local I wheelmen , and they would have turned out In large numbers. Unfortunately for the afternoon's fporl , the weather wasn't the only thing thai was out of order , for the track , usually one of the very best In the west , was In a wretched condition. It was heavy and slow , and ut- lerly prohibited the possibility of any re markable i time , and the long chase from . scratch to finish , was a veritable procession , this man and that making the pacs as the whim seized him. There were but four entries for the big race H. E. Fredrlckson , Walter Staley , H. C. Qadke and Walter Durdlck. Holloway , the I'lattsmoulh man , failed to put In an appear ance , and Holton withdrew on account ol sickness. STARTED OFF PROMPTLY. The card was taken up promptly at 4 o'clock , with S. G. V. Grlswold In the referee's position , and Ihe first of the twc races was the mile heat race between Ihe klif riders of the Western Union , Postal am : American Dlstrlcl Telegraph companies , will four enlrles from each organlzallon. The rac < was one mlle , the winners of the respective heats , being pitted against each other for the trophy , a handsome gold medal , In a flna mile. The Postal kids were the first to line up at the scratch. They were Earnest Rey nold ? . Earnest King , Cornelius Haze and Charles Martin. Martin was tipped as a sure winner of the Initial heat , but he fel early In the Journey , and withdrew , King finishing first , with Reynolds second nnd Haz third. Time : 3:25. : The second heat was for the Western Union lads Ralph Drown , John McNIder , L. Saw yer and Charlie Kelly. McNIuer , who Is a second edition of Edghlll on a smaller plan won handily , Brown second , Kelly third Time 2:47. : The American Dlslrlct Telegraph kids Nels Nyslrom , John Bell , Fred Boycr am George Philips , Nyslrom winning , with Boyer Eecond and Bell third. Tlmo 3:12. : TWENTY MILE CHASE. The main event was called here , the kid being given the tlmo in which It took to de cide this to rest up before their final das ! for fame. In the draw for position Stale : drew the pole , Fredrlckson second , Burdlcl third and Gadke on the outside. They got away In a line at the crack o Iho referee's pistol , but Staley quickly glide to the fore , where he remained until th end of the second mile , when Freilrlckso took the pace. This they changed abou among them alternalely until the wind up This came on the last half mile , which wa a chase between Fredrlckson and Burdlc alone , as Gadke and Staley displayed a lac of staying qualities as well as speed , and th big German and the blonde foot ball playe had It all to themselves , or al least vlr tually so. Dick gave the big fellow a In flghl , but was not equal to Ihs task of wha Ing him. and had to be content with secon place. Fredrlckson beat him out some ha dozen lengths , with Gadke third nnd Stale last. Time 1:00:03 : : 3-G. There were two prizes for this event , th first a beautiful solitaire diamond ring an the second a gold watch. The final mile for the telegraph kids was rattling little race In Itself. Nyptrom of tl American Dls\Hct , realizing thai ho had bu little show , withdrew and left the chase to those bilter rivals. Iho Western Union and the Postal , McNIder against King. Once with a full head of steam on and the Western Union boy ran heels and head away from his bigger and stronger opponent and won the heat and race In 2:51 : , King being a quarter of a mile In the rear. KUUIK I1ALU .UUiKS A NKW ItECOUt ) Mile nt Now VnrK In Competition In 2:02 : 1-5 Other Kirnl * . NEW YORK , June 29. The fourth annual race mecllng of Ihe Kings Counly wheelmen wns held Oils nflernoort. The crowd aggre- galO'i ' aboul 4,000 perrons. Owing to Sanger's jump Into the professional rnnk the event of the day , the Snngcr-Murphy one mile scratch for a trophy of $300 , had to bo de- clured off. Bald's time of 2:02 : 1-5 In the class B mile Is now the track record. lie- suits : One mile , novice , class A : Won1 by F. S. Schinn. Time : 2:43. : Mile scratch for League of American Wheelmen championship , Metropolitan dis trict , class A : Won by H. P. Mosier. Time : 2:26. : 2:26.Mllo handicap , class. A : Won tiy W. D. Owen (150 ( yards ) . Time : 2:12 : 2-5. " Mile scratch for League of American Wheelmen championship. New York state , class A : Won by H. P. Mosier. Tlmo : 2:22. : ' Mile Kcrntch , clnss B : Final hent won by E. C. Bald ; G. M. Murphy. Kings County wheelmen , second ; L. S. Callahan , Buffalo , third. Time : 2:02 : 1-5. Two-mile handicap , clnss A : Won by Mont PnlKe ( IW yards ) . Time : 1:43. : Mile handicap , class B : Won by L. S. Callahan (7 ( yards ) ; L. S.Johnson , Cleveland (30 ( yards ) , second ; Earl KlFer , Dayton , O. , third. Time : 2:10 : 4-5. Flvc-mllo handicap , class B : Won by L. D. Cabannp ( scratch ) . Earl Kiser second , B. J. Titus , New York ( scratch ) , third , Time 12:01. : Sunger failed to lower his record of 0,8 : 2-5 for the hnlf-mlle , unpaccd. His time for Iho half wns 0:5 : ! ) 3-5. Charles Murphy. Kings Counly wheelmen rode an exhibition mile In 2:02. : lloririiion T.iko I'p Ittcj ell DC. NEW YORK. June 29. For the past two weeks a movement of leading members of the National Trotting association and lead ers In bicycle racing , chiefly In a profes : sional way , has been on foot. It culminated In n meeting today nt the Turf , Field nnd Farm olllce. Hamilton Burliy presided. Johnson , Sangcr , Tyler nnd other profes ' sionals were repiesented by David Schafer The proposition Is to form an association for the government of professional cycling and to use the Influence and grounds of the trotting men wherever acceptable. Mr. Burby thought the scheme quite feasible nnd named reventl millionaire trotting horse owners whom he was In communication with on the matter. He said many of heIr trotting tracks , both half and mile In cir cumference , would make record breakers and he believed with n union of the trotting men nnd cycling men the venture would be a sporting "and a financial success. KdKhlll Will Itlilu nt Keirnry. Messrs. Ilir'er and Walker of the Kearney Cycle and Park asoclatlon were In the city yesterday looking after the Interests of the state meet , which Is to be held at Kearney July 4 and 5 , and have arranged with Man , ager Umsted of the Western I'nlon to hnvi Harry Kdghlll rartlclpate in their race * , and thus give the iwoplo In thu western part ol the state a chance to see this wonderful young rider. They have also received hoof entries of the Cleveland racing team ol Toledo , O. , which will add greatly to tin Interest of the class B events. When hea racing team travels this far to take part Ir . a race meet the prize list must be some' thing extraordinary. Beyond a doubt Kear ney's prize list l the best ever offered irat any state meet In the west , nnd acts UH i i magnet to fast riders. Messrs. Harter am Walker have visited the principal points or the B. & M. railroad and report abundance of enthusiasm everywhere , .1 i lilt S. .Inlmxin Mill KoliiiV < nderii. PHILADELPHIA. June 29. The annual tournament of the Pennsylvania Blcych dea club was held todny at Tloga trnck before > i large crowd. Jonh S , Johnson , paced bj Iwo tandems , made Iho fastest mile evei trade on Ihe truck. 2UO : 3-6 , und l ee Rich' : ardson of Chicago broke the world's recori , for ono mile , backwards ruling , going Ir - 4:01 : 2-6. Drrlilril ll No Content , CINCINNATI. June 29.-Mnx Lutlbeg of St. Ixiuls. champion lightweight wrestler and W. R. Grldley of San Francisco , er.ho toho hose seWJ was wagered on the contest. It wns gen erally believed that Oridley waft on filluB , none other than Joe IHjrnf , the "LincaMitre Lad. " Luttbeg galneM1 Irtd flrsl fall In fight mlnutc-5. Afler wrestilnjr over nn hour In the rerond bout the men decided to call It n draw , but the refcille rKurcd. The men wrestled another hour , nUI both being very tired nnd almost exhnuMed from the hent , ngreed to quit. The referee decided II "no contest , " and declared nil beta off. U.VMU3 OK Tllli MM k * A.M. YTKUKS Y. M. C. A. Trnm llAV S' Tcn-Iiinliif ? Con tent \rlttt the Mctr llrui. The Y. M. C. A. bested the Metz. Bros. In a ten-Inning game. J.lfralll opened the gnme with a nice single to center , was sacrificed to scond nnd third nnd scared on a hit by D. Trulll. The Metis wored two runs In their half otj errors ftTJd ognln In the second The Y. M. C. A.'s evened It up In the third on runs by J. Trulll aim Salisbury. Neither side scored ngnln unrtl tH6 plxth. when euch took two , making Ihe rcore G lo 6. From thuii unlll thu ninth It wns a goose egg for both , each Inking one In the ninth. The Y. M. C. A. braced up In the tenth nnd scorpd ! three runs on hits by Salisbury , I owry , D. Trulll and Sprlnpgate. Both Sprlnggnle nnd Troby pitched HUP bull , Sprlngsriito striking out thirteen und Troby fifteen. Score : Y. M. C. A. I MIITB llltOH. It It O A 111 U II O A 11 J.Trnlll , 3b. . I irunn , P.S. . 21122 Snlljb'y , Ib. 2 2 10 0 1 Snnll , c. . . . 1 1 H 0 S Ixiwry , Ib. 1 1 3 3 1 Clnrk , 3h. . . 10100 1) . Trulll , c S 2 U 0 I | Tlcknor , Ib. 0 11100 K'b'cker , M U 0 0 2 0 , lletmlVn. in 0 0 1 n o IturrKli8. UO 0 0 0 1 Tnrrcll , 2b. . 0 0022 Htir'Kate. p. 0 2 1 S 1.Miller , , rf. . . licrVn. if. 1100 i Vox. if l l o o o Taylor , in. . 12000 Troby. p. . . . 00030 Toinla . .9 12 CO 10 6' ' Totals . . C 030 9 G Y. M. P. A.'s 1 9 Mctz Hnm 2 6 Harned runs : Y. M. C. A. , 4. Two-bn e lilts : Lowiy , Miller. Thri-e-biise hltn : SprlnKRntc. Struck out : Ily Riirlngeute , 13 : by Troby , 15. L'm- tilre : Ouculrlcb. . _ WATERLOO. NP ! ) . , Juno 29. ( Sperlnl Tel- pKrnm. ) The Omaha Steam Pustcrs nnd Wnlerloo Browns crossed bnls at the ball pnrk loduy. The bnlllc wns hnrd foughl on bolh sides nnd ended In n vlclory for Iho Browns. Score : O. S. P 0 20000010-3 Browns 2 0001100-4 Batteries : Browns , Jnmlcson , Pickard nnd Wheeler ; Pnstcrs , Smith und O'Connor. Struck out : By Wheeler , 4 ; by Plcknrd , 3 ; by Smllh , 5. Bases on bnlls : Off O'Connor , 4 ; off Wheeler , 1 ; off Plcknrd , 1. Time : Ono hour nnd llfly-llvo mlnules. Umpire : Mr. Wngner. . . . . . The same learns will play here on Iho Fourth of July. DAVID CITY , Neb. , June 29. ( Special Telegruin. ) David Clly easily defcalcd Sehuyler hero today. Score : Schuyler 0 10000020 3 Dnvld City 03001005 * 9 Two-buso hits : Smith , Muupln , Lowe , nil of David City. Errors : Schuyler , G ; David City , 2. Hits : Schuyler. 7 ; Dnvld Clly , II. Slruck oul : By COOK. 11 ; by Klmmell , 3. Batteries : Schuyler , Klmmell nnd Pnlmcr ; David City. Cook nnd Mnupln. Umpire : Phelpa of Schuyler. . . . ASHLAND. Neb. . Juno 29. ( Special Tele gram. ) The besl game of ball ever played in Ashland look place al Iho park loday between Ashland nnd Hastings. There were only a few errors made , but they were costly on both sides. It took twelve Innings to decide the game. Jellpn pitched a fine game for Ashland. The feature of Ihe game wns the homo run by Blttlnger In Ihe lael half of Ihe twelfth inning. A good crowd witnessed the game. Score : Auhland . . . . 1-10 Hastings . . . 9 Errors : Ashland , 3 ; Hastings , S. Struck out : By Webster , 9 ; by Jellen , 10. Batlcrles : Hnsllngs , Webster und Johnson ; Ashland , Jellen and Bllllnper. Umpire : Clark. Time : Three hours nnd live mlnules. GRKTNA. Neb. , June 23. ( Special Tele- grnm. ) The second game of Ihe Surpy County lengo , between Papllllon nnd Grclnu , occurred lodny on Iho home grounds nnd ru- sulled In nnother 'easy- victory for the Grrcns. The Paplos-were clearly oulclassed nnd the result was apparent from the first , but Manager Hownijl JH.fo bo congratulated on keeping up lhe\ courage of Hie Paplo boys , und the large nttunduncc was trented lo a game lhat was Interesting , although one-s'ded. ' Score : l ' Grctnn 2 01V3 04257 G-29 Pnpllllon ' 0 01 0 4 2 0 0 1 8 Stniclc out : By Schleire ) ) , 8 ; by Beorline , 2 BHSOS on bnlls : Off Beerllne , 3 ; off Nichol son , 1 ; off Schlefllle , ' 2. Two-base hits : Hnr- dln , Schlefflle , Allen ; Scttufr , Nicholson , Par sons. Errors : Gretnn , C ! Paplo , 8. Batteries Schlellllo nnd Fowler ; lUeerllne , Bladel niu : Nicholson. Umplrei .Dnup. ALBION , Neb. , Juno's. ( Special. ) The Aiblon team defeated .the St. Edwnrd team at Albion by a score Of 'it to 10. The feature of the game wns Hie' fine pllchlnfr of II Mansfield of Ihe Albion'learn , slriklng ou fourteen men nnd not giving a base on balls Score : j , , , . St. Edwnrd 1 0-3 312000-1 Albion 4 ,5 1 1 2 4 4 0 * -2 Two-base hits : Albion , 2 ; SI. Edwnrd , 1 Three-base hlls : Albion , 1. Double plajs Albion , 1. Bnses on balls : Oft Gibson. ! Struck out : By Mansfield , 14 ; by Gibson , 1 Rnllerles : Albion , Munsfleld und Clark ; St Edward , Gibson and Acker. Umpires : Willo nnd Acker. CEDAR CREEK. Nob. , June 29. ( Specln Telegram. ) Ono of Iho hnrdest gnmes o ball played here wn played by Wabaur ' nnd Cedar Creek. The Wabash club wn benten fulrly , for nil they scored Ihe um plre. Score : Cedar Creek 0 2001002 * Wabnsh 001011000 Two-base hits : Graves , Savles , Van Everj Batlerles : Cedar Creek , Fucklcr , Graves an Fraus ; Wabash , Wilson and Austin. Tim of j-'amo : Ono hour and forty minutes , plte : Sujles. Mil HEATS MXIION'U * IIAMOIIA IrUh und Einrllnh ( Immplnn * Noir Tied to Mr t nt W - t Netvton , WEST .NEWTON , Mass. , Juno 29.-Th weather was cloudy and rather sultry thl afternoon , but there was a gpod crowd n Iho meel of Ihe Neighborhood club , nn they saw good tennis. The first match wn between Plm and Mahoney , and the forme won handily , 5-7 , C-2 , C-3. In Ihe last tw o spls Mnhont-y was outplayed nt nil points The next match wns between Larned nn Hobart. Larned played u hard game an proved much lee slrnng for his opponen defeallng him , 0-3 , C-3. Decidedly Ihe mos Imporlanl malch ot ihe lournament wn thul between Mahoney nnd Chace. Th sets were nil holly conlcsted. Mahoney won C-3. C-l. In the match belween Plm nn . Hovey. Hovey did nol come up lo Ihe ex ppclntlons of his friends nnd lost Iho innlcl C-3 , fi-4. Pirn nnd Mahoney uro now lied for Ilrsl place , each having won four gnmes nnd losl one. The lie will bo played oft on . Monday morning. Summary : : Names. Won. Lost. I Nanus.'nn. . Lost. I'lm . . .4 1 ; Hovey 2 3 Mnlumcy 4 1 llobnrt 2 3 Chuce 3 21 Larned 1 4 PHILADELPHIA. Juno 29. Miss Juliet , Atkinson of New York won the woman's tennis championship of the United Stntes by defeallng Ihe former champion , Miss Helen A. R. Hclwltf of Iho Klners Counly Tennis club of New York Clly. Score : C-l , C-l , C-2. The Wllcnx & Itmpcru Today. The Wllcox & Draper shoe house team meets the Omaha Business College team this afternoon on the Shamrock grounds , . Sixth and Leavcnworth. The AVIlcox & Dra pers have several new players from the , crack colored team of St. Joseph. The teams : O. n. C. Position. W. & D. . Sundblad . Catcher . Danger Peterson . Pitcher. . . , . Johnson Do'.an . First . Lewis Irish . Second . Banks Johnson . Third . Halle Browning . Short . Burley Seerry . Left . Paris , Jumbo . Middle . Keene Tracey . . .Iflgl . . Thompson HlrHlii Y irht/lUc Off. NEW LONDON , ) Cpnn. , June 29. The premised steam yae t race , In which - Vamoose , Judge , Hex , Norwood nnd others were to have BtarteU ft * off. Vamoose was coaling up when FnFnlc'l' . Morrl , her owner ! , - was notllled that the machinery of Ilex was out of order. The q.Ulfftp , refused to start. llitv City Meeting I lizlcn. BAY CITY , Mich , . , J.uno 29. The race meeting today Ilzzlejl out. After three days of poor attendance nndiwlth the association a Jl.MO In the hole the program today was practically cut off. ? Bay City will give no - tnoru meets under t present management. - IliirUini : of Ihn L > , tm ( iid l.lttlo l > anmo a LA JUNTA , Colo. , June 29. The damage by the bursting of" thJ Thatcher reservoir last night is lets than at- first expected. The rushing waters were confined almost entirely to the narrow canons , and aside from washing out the wagon roads , did little harm. Tin- loss to the dam , which Is owned by the a Santa Fe railroad , | s about $5,000 , which falls on tha contractors , the reservoir not yet being completed. The , los to the county - will amount to as much more. Some live etock belonging to ranchmen was swept away , but the amount ot damage In this direction la unknown. I'rotnliirnt ArrlvuN In Nevr York. ; NEW YORK. June 29. Among the paisen- . gera who arrived this morning by the steamer Santiago , from Nassau , were Neville Cham- - b-rlaln , son of IU. Hon. Joseph Chamber- Iain , and A. C. Greenwood , secretary of Sir Ambrose Shea , governor ot the Bahamas. WON IT IN ONE INNING Omaha Oricket OInb's Representative Team Easily Defeats a Mixed Eloven. Q \TTING AND BOWLING BOTH GOOD Afternoon1 * Work 1'rovr ttmt the I'.lovcn Intended to Tiny nt St. I'aul ll In ( load i'orin mid Able to Do Inelt Credit. The game yesterday atternoon was nn Interesting one as showing that the Omaha Cricket club , when put to Its mottle and under favorable conditions , can do good work. Handled by Captnln Lawrlo , the eleven men who have been chosen to uphold the credit of the Gate City as a cricketing cen ter , tried conclusions with a team captained by Charles Hill. The result of the game , without being on absolute surprise , proved very conclusively that the material nt the command of the club Is as good today as ever It was , and that when the players who will represent Oinnha at St. Paul on July 4 , face the music furnished by the Minnesota cricketers , they will give a ( , oed account of themselves. It will be seen by the scores that some very effective work was done with both the bat and the ball. As a proof that there Is no "tall end" to the team selected for the approaching struggle , It may bo as well to draw attention to the fact that the largest scores were made by the men who went In to bat toward the end. Harcourt's eighteen , besides being the largest score of the day. was a Ilrst rate per formance , and proves conclusively that when this batsman Is eet he Is a "facile run get ter. " Ho was unfortunate enough to run himself out and thus spoil his chances for what promised to be a fruitful Innings. Francis with eleven nnd Cookson with eight , not out , both did well. The former Is playing first class cricket this season and If ho keeps up his batting as ho has begun , ho ought to show up well In the averages at the close of the season. R. W. Taylor's 10 was a very creditable performance Mr. Hill's team could only man age to put together twenty-one runs In the first Innings , while their second Innings net ted them thirty-eight. From this It will be seen that the Omahas won by an Innlngi and eleven runs , a very decisive victory. For the losing side Ncalo worked hard , anil his bowling was very effective. The fielding all round was highly satisfac tory. tory.Messrs. Messrs. Lawrle nnd Ford battled well for five anil seven respectively , while the Vaughans divided the honors for bowling , on the winning side. Monday and Tuesday next being practice days , all those who arc chosen to go to St. Paul are requested to be on the grounds at the usual practice hour. The train which will convey the Omahas to St. Paul leaves the Webster street depot at C p. m. on Wednes day next. Below are the scores In detail : CAPTAIN HILL'S TEAM. First Innings : W. Strlbllng , c Lawrle. b O. Vnughnn. . . . 0 A. Patuello , b W. It. Vnughnn 3 J. G. Neale , b G. Vaughan 0 G. H. Lawrence , c Marshall , b W. It. Vnughan C A. T. Mcl'horson , b G. Vaughan 0 J. Douglas , run out 2 C. Hill , b G. Vaughan 0 G. IT. Hurst , b G. Vaughan 7 J. Hall , b G. Vaughan 0 W. Branton , run out : 0 J. Innls , not out 0 U. H. Young , b W. U. Vnughan 1 Extras 2 Total 21 Second Innings : W. Stribllng , c Doyle , li O. Vnughan 0 A. Patuello , b G. Vaughnn 4 J. O. Ncale , c Taylor , b O. Vaughan 0 G. H. Lawrence , li W. R. Vaughan 1 A. D. Robb _ c G. Vaughan , b W. II. Vaughan 0 J. Douglas , 1 b w G. Vnughan 0 A. T. McPliorwyi , c Cameron , b Marshall 13 C. Hill , b G. Vaughan 2 J. Innls. b G. Vnughan 3 O. II. Hurst , b Doyle 8 W. Branton , not out 4 J. Hall , run out 0 Extras 3 Total 38 OMAHA C. C. H. Lawrle , b Ncalc 5 R H. Marshall , o nnd b Neale 0 P. B. Ford , o Brnnton , b Douglas 7 J. C. Doyle , b Neale 0 ( J. H. Vaughan , b Neale 0 n. W. Taylor , c MoPherson , b Ncalo 10 W. Tl. Vnughan , c Patuello , b Ncalc 4 H. Hnrcotirt , run out 18 J. Cameron , b Nenle 1 J. Francis , c and l > Douglas 11 C. II. Cookson , not out 8 O. II. Young , b Douglas 3 Extras 3 Total . .N 70 \rr" ti-tl TwMPM fnr flio Illrch Murilor CHICAGO , Juno 29. The police have nr- rested Joseph Mannow and Joshua Wlndrath for the murder of Carey Birch , the cashier of the West Chlcapo railway , who wns killed last Sunday night by men who attempted to rod tno ottlcc. Both men have bad records nnd have "done time. " Adviuiro In the I'rlro of llrlclc. CHICAGO , Juno 29. The price of brick has been advanced 20 per cent through the action of the Illinois Building Material com pany , which Is In almost absolute control of the Chicago market. The advance affects only common building brick manufactured In and adjacent to the city. Call Hamilton ArrWna Homo. SALEM. Mass. , Juno 29. Miss Dodge ( Gall Hamilton ) arrived at her home at Hamilton from Washington this afternoon. $ THIS is "EDDIE BALD" | J The boy who breaks World's i Y Record's and wins nluo out of ten T races. IIo rides a 4 Columbia Bicycle * Tlxloy , McCullough , Ed wood A and Clark und many other of Af Omahu's fast men ore mounted on f the Peerless ColutnblnH. iA t47t < r * ? Itpcnuso they are strong. A YVliyr swift , light und the best. I I They Climb Hills Like the Wind. D * r i ° "r now repair shop U A l\epllir now open for liiKlnem. 7 Uompoient repairmen In A onurge. 9 Itrlug your punctures to us for rcpr.Ir. 9 I Prices reasonable. . , Lyle Dickey & Co. 9 1403 Douglas Street. A A4 > -4 WE KNOW NOW. We've taken stock. Too much to suit us , And Monday morning Will commence in every department. Substantial re ductions have been made. In many cases they amount to cutting the prices in two. This is not a sale of clothing that some manufact urer was so anxious to get rid of that he sold it at 500 on the dollar. ll Is a genuine BROWNING , KING & CO. sale , in which our positive guarantee is attached to every garment sold , no matter at what price. MEN'S SUITS- 100 ! regular $12.50 Suits IN THIS SALE 400 made from blue anil black cheviots , twceilM , cas.slmi'res , French cheviots ; the greatest bargain ever ofJTort'il in _ _ _ _ _ _ this city , regular $ K.50 ! anil $15.00 OT t Sfa \ Suits /nl 111 Iff ! JLftJ JL x- \ r V/ IN THIS SALE r 300 regular $15.00 sultH , sacks nntl cut aways , niatlc from blue anil black , chuvIotH , tweeds , casslmeres and iCTT "B rjb fS \ French cheviots | lift , . J , , &JLJ * * L L r A L + r IN THIS SALE 200 regular ? I8.00 Suits , both sacks and cutaways , made from fancy cheviots , ffln [ " 1 yt casslmeres and tweeds ? jra B rfLA. SB 11 ' IN THIS SALE SOO ri'Ktilar ifliO.OO Suits , made from cheviots , tweeds and worsteds IN THIS SALE Our rcKtihir ? 2..00 fine Imported En- ; Ilsh Worsted Suits sack nntl cut- * | S \ f\f\ * IN THIS SALE r - MEN'S TROUSERS- 000 pairs regular ? 3.50 , fl.OO and $ -1.50 Trousers IN THIS SALE , Regular ? 5.00 Trousers i IN THIS SALE Regular ? 0.00 and ? 0.50 Trousers IN THIS SALE Regular $7.00 and $7.50 Trousers IN THIS SALE , Regular ? 8.00 and ? S.50 Trousers IN THIS SALE * Y " CHILDREN'S DEPARTMENT- AMj OUR ? 3.00 and ? 3.50 Knee Pout ftj / h r" * / V Suits- rJ J f I * * IN THIS SALE " RcKular $0.00 and $0.50 lines of 2-plece Knee Pant Suits , the same finality Bold elsewhere at $7.00 and § 8.00 IN THIS SALE Regular $8.50 Long Pant Suits GET 7 * & C\ J'\J IN THIS SALE 14 - * * Regular $10.00 and $12.50 Long Pant Suits , made from plain and fancy casslmeres , worsteds and cheviots IN THIS SALE LAST SEASON'S SLUTS THAT WE IT * T TTT > TPF CARRIED OVER WILL HE CLOSED MI / B M M If 11 H OUT AT JUST IlrLLd IlUvJu MOTHERS- You cannot afford to miss this sale in our children's department. The values here offered are such that it will pay you to buy these suits for your boys to wear to school next fall. Mail orders shipped the sumo day received ' ' ' , Express charges on all cash orders of $20 and over. Your Money's Worth or We'll Trade Back. BROWNING , KING b CO. , Reliable Clothiers , S. W. COR. 15TH AND DOUGLAS STS. \r