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DEFENDER'S ) ) ' IN EVERY WIND \
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Outraced Vigilant in a Light Breczo and
in a Galo.
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GAP BETWEEN THEM GREW ALL TilE TIME
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' . . rHelf JlllrlllJf tile
'VulI'rh' Rho"t..1 IIt'rN"
U'W" . 11.1 . IUt :11 'I'ItII . Part-
Sh. ! I" 1 CII"I',1 Clllllu , ) '
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NEW .Ol { , Aug. 2-The secon,1 race
Ietender and Vigilant over a trl-
between lere ler anl Vigiant
. - nngular course , eight mlel to.the leg tart-
Ing from the Scotland Ightshhl , was one of
the most Intcrestll : events that ever took
place In New York harhor there was every
Idn,1 } of weather from almoft n ( 'enll calm to
n blow of forty miles an hour. In every Illnt
of saing anll In every klnll or weather Defender .
fonder showed herself far superior to
Vigilant.
Valkyrie male a little bIt of n show of her-
at work , hut It
self while the racer were i
was so little that no estimate COIIII he placed
on her 'lulllle3 , as cOU\re,1 with that of
either lerenler ) or Vigilant.
the New York
The regatta : commitee of
Yacht cuh ( , which had tile race In charge , let '
I the boats off In regular lme , When they
reached the line Defender was twelve seconds
, ahead , anl with that difference they made
their start
i . Both boats StOOd oft to the southward ,
which gave them a beam wlnll For a ' couple
of miles the breeze continued blowing 'at the
rate of seven or eight knots an hour. and
they went ahear fast. Defender continually
gained on VIgilant until at the end of the
two miles she had a lead of over hal a
minute.
At this lmo Valkyrie. who hal come out
from her berth Inside the hook. showed up .
and undertook to chase the racers She fell
Into the same breeze that l fender anti
Vigilant hal hall when they started In their
1nlrn v , llr carried It with her down the
course ' ' for two miles , when It colaD ed. Defender -
fender and Vigilant had the breeze desert
them some time before. and they were-only
standing stilt when the English boat came
upon them with a rush that was occasioned
by the breeze which alt hall been favored ,
with , but which dropped at a point about two
miles to the southwlrd of the lne ,
When Valkyrie got Ilown to within three-
quarters ( of a mile of Vigilant anti found her-
self In n prctcal calm , she went about In
a laboring way and headed for home. Ex-
ports who watched the English boat said that
even In that very light air and the smoothest
kind of sea she made a good deal of commo-
ton from her bows , even more than Vigiant
In the almot Imperceptible breeze Defender -
fender lalo headway. The boats laggell
along for almost two hours In that way Defender -
fender continually gaining. When fender
finally rounded the first lark she occupied
three minutes and a hal In setting her spin-
naker. Then began a run before the wind
for eight nliles.
At no time have DcfenMr and Vigilant met
In a run before time wlnl before today when
Vigilant has rot beaten Defenller. hut today
the keel boat covered the eight miles In not
only better tmo , but by gaining the astound-
lag advantage of two minutes and thirteen
seconds. "fer rouHtlng the second mark a
big black 1'ual came out fro I the south-
west anti went for the sails of the racers.
Defender had no sooner turod the mark
thn the gale was upon her , She stood It
bravely and there was no Inclnaton to take
In her big club topsai ,
Mr. heln , CaptaIn lat and Nat lercs-
haft al of whom were aboard , were content
to let the tleople see that they had a boat
which could stand up In a breeze of wind.
Tile sheet of her Jib parted under the
strength of the forty-mIle wind , and within ,
a minute time heal sail wal In ribbons. WithIn -
In three minutes the fragments had been
hauled down and a new cite SEt la Its p13cc.
This lat leg was a cOM reach for home.
Vigilant not being ahle to stand the
breeze . tonic down her club topsail shortly .
after reuling the second mark and short )
afterward took In her baby jib topsail.
Valkyrie got a little piece of this squall
as she was returning to her berth and Cap-
tala Cranfeld hauled down all head sails
and Limo prodigIous cluh topsail. But It was
said by some of the sharps who watched her
from Sandy hook that : with only her mas-
slve main sail cet she keeled over enough to
show that site Is very tender for one so hlg.
Defender went on . fairly rushing through
the water There was a good chance for
Defender to mal ( a lively kick oft from hel'
boats , hut her Ileck was on the lenl and he' .
performance was simply marvelous
In the blow after I , when time wind
dropped to about ten mle1 amid lasted at
i1imilm Defender went on
that atreugth to time fn191 , Defenlcr
Increasing the gap that was between her and
Vigilant. So It can bo seen llnt In every
point of sailing , even In the run before the
wind , the sJlnhalter ' set and In all strenths
of breeze the Defender not only outsaled
time Vigilant , but beat her atmost rilcl'
lous ) ' .
And yet the America's cup commitee docs
not seem ta be satisfied that IHfender I
the better boat for they have ordered an-
other trial race for tomorrow.
The following table wi show how Defender -
fender beat Vigilant :
Rlarl 1st M'lt 2.\ ! \ . Finish. J'I'III ,
Dt'renilr \ . 1:2J:2G : ) : 2:01:0) : : 3 i3I J : ) : ) : os I49O I :
_ _ _ _ Vigilant . . 11:2:4G : 2:0G:1 : : 3:21:0 : : 4:2:23 : : 5:07:13 : :
OAI' S 4)l' 'II - N.t'l'lXAh 1.1 , \Gn.
Clcvelmti.tI 11'luJf II lint tlitUor. .
, . .I..1 1.1"hllr * 1,11" - 'I'Ii rirvii Unl.
CLNVglAND , Aug. -'ho following
telegram WI ! received today fl'om Ircsl-
dent N. I Young or time Nltonal league In
response to an inquiry as to whether the
ate forfeited to Baltimore yesterday hmy
' ) ' account of the i'ittsburg
Umiliro O'Da al Iltsbur
club falling to arrive In time would be
counted :
" \'ASlIINCTON. \Ug. 29-I cannot
stand as I forfeited Ilmo If Mr. Mack sus-
talus his calm : : that the delay was tmmmavolti-
able ali the result of Iccldult II travellmig.
"N. E. YOUNG "
DAI.TIIOIU . Aug. 20.-Time game he-
tween lallmore and Pitsbl' was stoppet
by rain In the Irstai or the second
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Innlnl
COlIS LOSE WITH GJ AI gASI
111\nt' I.IHIA. Aug. 2.-The Ihlies
took another game from the Colts today by
_ superior lel.t . work , their only error bell a
fumble hy hamilton , which tld 10 damage .
Bolh pitchers were effective anti many or
time Philites' his were luck ) ' . 'rhompson's
fielding was the feuture. Attendance , , IO I
Score :
Plifimuielpimia . . . . . 2 I 0 0 0 0 0 2 D
, Chloago . . . . . . . . QOOOOOO20-
hits : I'itliadelplila , 9 ! : Chicago . ! Errors :
PhIladelphIa , 1 : ChIcago , : larmiet1 I runs :
Philadelphia. 2 : Chlcao 2 , 'wo.base lilt :
Taylor Sacrifice hIt : Cross Stolen base :
Reilly. Dou"le phi : ' : l.unJo to Kittnt'dge ,
1ely on bails : Off 'fu'lor. 2 : nI Grlllh , 4.
Struck out : fly ' 1'imyior. I , Passet bal :
lltrlllge , Batteries : Taylor and Gnll' :
Uritllth amid Klttredgo. UmpIres : Ieefe .
minutes. anti Murray. 'rme : Ono hOlr and fifty
BItIDEOltOOMS MAIE 1' . A DOZI.m.
lHOOKI.YN , Aug. 9.-Tiie Brokl'n"
made I twelve straight today . 'I'helr vlc-
titus on this occasion wore time Cinclnnatla .
tm9
The score shows the home team won the
' ale chlel ) ' 1) ' timely batting . Attend-
urcc 3.jO core :
- 1 lr01t'n . , . . . . . . 4 0 I 0 3 2 1 0 - -Ii
Clnolnnlt . . . . . . . 0 0 I 0 1 0 1 2 16
hits : lrookl'n. 15 : CincinnatI. 12. Er-
Itts : Clnctniiatl , G. Earned rUls : Brook-
ror , 2. 'l'wo-baso hU : Smith. ' 'hrto.base
hilts ; 8hllle , I.chancl Anderson gwlng.
Sacrifice hit : CQrcoran , Double iia ; Cor-
coran to Date l.achance. Base ) bals :
Ott Stein I : of Ithlne . 2 Wild pitch :
On
IthIneL Batteries : Stein anti Grim :
flhlnetu anti Vaughn.millro : llurnhsm .
1htnes : Two hours nl\l seven minutes.
ANOTlm I .I l AT.
WASHINGTON Aug -The fourth tie
game "hll week was piayed tora ) ' . Itoger
Conner oo\'trel lrt for . 8t. Louts. The
home teanf WIS great ) crillpled owing to
the absence of Selbach and hihlebeck. Both
r "fled" hret I Inl : nlark ) ' were hounded
imarti In the first Inning , and the later re-
tired tn favor ot Anderson. At the and of
trd sixth Umpire Hurst called the game
on account of darkne.sis . Attendance . 1,5
' - 8core
'Vashttton . . . . . . . . . .2 2 0 1 a l- !
St. Louts . . . . . . , . . . . . . I 1 0 2 0 0
JUts : \'amuhlngton . 16 : St . Louis. I ! . Er-
ror : " 'nhlngton , ! . Eare < runs : \'ash-
Inston 7 : St. Louis 6 , Two.base his :
} 'Iet. Cartwrlght Thrte.IIRse hit : flrewer .
Stolen bases : Joyce . McGtmlre. MIller .
Crooks. Sacnlflce hits : Cooley . Boyle
Double plays : Anderson to Crooki to Carte -
o wright. Das on bails : On Malarky , 1 : on
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Ehrel , 2. Struck out : By Fhret , : lInt-
tories : Mailarky . Anternl Rn.1 McOiilru' :
I'hret : and l'ietz. Time : Two houn. Um-
hire : Ilimrat.
COi.ONEfS pm PAINI.ESRTaY
Nnw YOHJ { , Aug. Zl.-Time LotmIviIlo
team wound tip Us series with the New
Yorks this aternool , Ioiuig ! tin unlntercst-
ing game. 'here were ; more titan r.
mme. . . , ' Staltorti carrIed
llople lmresetit I'uler and BtlIorl1 clrrlel
off the honors of the da ) ' . Score :
J.ollsvlle . . . . . . 0 0 0 0 I 0 0 0 0- 1
New York . . . . . . 0 8 2 0 0 3 1 0 --1
hits : Louisville. 10' New York , 15. Errors -
His I.oulsvlle
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rorl : Louisvie , 8 : New York , 3. Earned .
run , : houlavihle I ; New York , I. I lasI on
hal , : Off Weylming 3 : : off Clrke : , 2. 'fwo-
haso tilts : ' 'leran. StuIonl , \Vlsotm : . Three-
base hit : Stafforti. Sncrilco his : Ban-
non , Stolen bnm'ea : O'lirle'n ' 11lrnln , Van
} Iaitren . Douhlo plnYM : f"uher 10 Stlforl
to Bannon : Collins to O' Brien to 1Cmtzrne'er ,
BatterteslVeyimlimg : Irul 'arnrr : Clarke
ali WI on , Umlllre : Emnaile . 'rlme : Ono
hour and fifty-eight minute
'rouJhL. WOHK VOtYL.DN'T WIN.
' BOSTON . Aug. 2.-IlRses on bails h )
CUI1n\ , rank errors by McGnrr and Chid" ,
sIngles ly Dut ) ' and ' 'm1Y 111 a home
run h\ 1.011 gave the 10stons seven un-
earned rUls In today's gl 1 e. Captain ' 'e-
henu anti his nlm crlatrl : the most dlsor-
derl ) ' FCene , wlne ! ' el.herl for ninny ) 'eal'I ,
null delayed tile game so long that Umpire
lcOon9hl called It lt the Inlnh of Cleve-
lanll's Score : half of the eighth , Attendance , 3,6.
Boston . . . . . . . . . . . 1 0 0 0 0 7 0 --8
Cleveland , . . . . . . . . . .0 1 0 0 1 2 0 01
hilts : Boston G : Cleveland . 9. Errors :
las ton , I : Cleveland , 3. Earneti runs :
Cleveland , 2. Throl.haso hit : McKean ,
Heme rln : Long. Stolen hamtes : Bannon ,
1.01mg , 'chean. DOlhlo plaYA : Nash to
NIchols Iih&tck ' . Base balls :
: Ilack to O'Connor. on bals
luIfy , : ICarth ) ' . Struck out : hang .
Nichols , lcKean IcAlper (2) ( ) , Mctitrr .
Blake. \Vhiti hitch ( : CUPP Baterll' :
Nichols nn,1 Ganzel : CUPP ) ' al1 O'Connor
TIle : Two hours ali four minutes Um-
Illre : rlcPonah\
STANDING OF TIlE TEAIS
I'Iayetl.Von. . I.ost. PCt.
Baltimore . . . . . .10t f ( 43 : \ ; r,3 :
Clevelanti . . . . . . .10 69 4t (2.7 (
i'lttelmurg . . . . . . .10 6 4 : 57.1
10ston . . . . . . . .102 SS 41 I r.G.9
Brooklyn . . . . . . .10 ! 68 4t 66.9
l'hlindi'lphia . . . . .103 r 4 : r6,3
Chicago . . . . . . . .10" 6 49 m.B
Cilcllntl . , . . . . .102 61 ' 4S r2.9
Now York . . . . . . .11 $ iI 5 (19
Washington . . . . . 91 3 , ) r1 319
Sl Lotus . . . . . . .11 J2 : 7 30,8
Loulsvlo . . . . . . .102 21 78 23.5
Games tola ) ' : CII\elan\ at Boston : I.ouls-
yule at Brooll : Cincinnati at New York :
Chicago lt Ihll\lelllhla : Iltshurg at haiti-
more : St Lotus at " 'ashln : ton.
MOOI1ES UP 'VIlE \VJS1'EILN : 1.Gll .
! l. IInl 111" 1.IIIUII.I" Ion Iii
'losi' Vnuitest.
II CI. " COIl""I.
INDIANAPOLIS , Aug. 29-Score :
Indlmtmmapohis . . . . . . . . .0 I 0 0 0 0 01
St. Paul . . . . . . . . . . 0 0 0 0 : 0 2-
Hits : hHlalapoI : , G : St Paul 5. Errors :
Indlanapol ! , 4 Ilatterfu's : Cross anti : lc-
1'arlanl : Johnpon ald Bo'le.
OnAND RAPIDS , Mich. , Aug. : -Scoro :
GrlHl Haphls . . . . 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 O
: llwlukee . . . . . . .0 1 1 1 3 1 0 0 . -7
His : Grad _ htapitls . 10 : Milwaukee . 12
I'rrors : : Grand Haplds ! , 3 : Milwaukee . 1
flatteries : Stafford and Campbell : Stevens
and Boland
' 'EIHE HAUTE , Aug. 29.-Mlnneaiolhs-
'remre Haute game postponed , : mln .
lETI1OT . Aug. 29-Dctrolt-Kansas City
game postponed : rain
STANDING 0 [ TIlE TgAS.
Played.Von. , Lost. P.Ct.
Indianapolis . . . . . .10t r : 36 611
Kansas City . . , . .101 G1 4 60.6
St. Paul . . . . . . . .10 ; G3 42 60.0
: llwlnl < . . . . . . .100 ; 53 63 0.0
Mlnncapols . . . . . .t ( [ r2 43.0
Ietrolt . . . . . . . . .103 46 57 ,117
Terre Haute . . . . 103 43 t 4L
Grand Haplds . . . .10 32 j3 30,5
Games toduy : : lnneapols at Terre
haute ; St Paul at Inllanallols : : lwaukee
at Grand , Haplds ; Kansas City at Detroit.
\ ES' ! ' Ii USS I I . % ' I'I ( ) : nNSUJ/I'S.
II oci.for.l lu'ft'ntsSt.Jis.'uia 'l'i ice 11 I
Iht. Only ( hlIuull-M 111" ' " - " .
I1OCICFOIID 1" , Aug. - 29-Score , first
game :
Hockford . . . . . . 3 0 0 0 I 0 0 0 01
St. Joeph . . . . . . . 100000010-2
hits : Hocktord , 8 : St. Joseph 8. Errors : .
Hockford , 1 ; St. Joseph 1. batteries :
Thorton and Snyder : Johnson and Jones
Score second game :
Hockfonl . . . . . . . .0 0 I 0 1 0 1 0 3-9
St. Joseph . . . . . . b52000000-7
His : Hocleford. 8 : St. Joeph , G. Errors :
htocktord . 3 ; St. Joseph , 5. BatterIes :
Thorton , Klng and SI'der : Johnson and
Jones.
I'EOIlIA Aug. 2.-Llncoln-Peorln game :
PostPoned : rain.
10stponCI
QUINCY AUl -Qulnc-Des Moines
gitme postponpd : rain
/lme
STANDNG 01" TIlE TEAIS
PlnyetL 'Yon. Lost. PCt ;
Des Moines . . . . .100 61 : GLO
Lincoln . . . . . . . . U8 r 39 fO,2
PeorIa . . . . . . . . .10 56 H I rro
Quincy . . . . . . . . .10 52 48 52.0
Hoollorl . . . . . . .11 49 (2 48. [
St osph . . . . . .102 3G GG 35.3
No games scheduled for toda ) ' .
( ; . t3ils (1 ' 'lg 1.I'l' I.Y , \ Mt'VEtJit0.
I lust I uugs " 'IIN ' 'WI ' 111 . . Arnllll" '
In iloilunv Styli' .
In111' ) .
HASTINGS Neh. , Aug. 29.-Slmcclal ( Tele-
gmm-The Young ; [ en's ChrIstan association -
ton tt'itim : had no trouble In winning two
games from Arap.thoe tad a ) The first
game resuloll 9 to 5. In the slcoll : Has- :
tngs hal a regular walkawrmy . Score :
Hastngs . . . . . . . ( 0 0 I 3 1 1 I 2-1
Arapahoe . . . . . , . . 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0:1 :
His : hastIngs . 13 ; Arapahoe , G. Struck
out : By Hnl'nllster , G ; , imy AUcnfon , 5.
flatteries : HofnHlsler and Johnson : At-
Icns.on anti Paton" , UmpIre : Shoekey.
LOGAN. la. , Au ! 29.-Speclal.-The ( ) Ghl-
Ilngs & Do'Ihal team Ilefelted enlsnn
yesterday In I wel ula'el /ame , The fea-
ttres were the pitching at Franklin . who
hthl Donlson down to two his , anti the
three double pla's made. Score :
Logan . . . . . . . .3 0 0 I 4 0 0 2 --10
I.o/an . . . . . . , . 000011000-2
hilts : Logan , 13 : Denison , 2. Errors : 1.0-
gun. 3 : Dcnlson , 1. I Double 111)1 : Johnson
/ln Halo to F'ocl ; Hale to Fyock : Uroa-
IhlS 'to. Hemming base on bails : Or
Franklin , 4 : art Ctimmmmlngmt 2 Hit hr
hitcher : B- FranklIn , 2 : by Cummings , 1.
Wlll Illohes : Frnkln , I ; Cummings , 1.
l'assett balls : Talbert. If I Grlln , 3. Bat-
tories : I"rankln11 'laluert : Cummings
111 Griilimm. Umlllre : F. C. Adams.
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Uuill'rMit ) . ( ) uh < :11. 'Pomuuftrrliy .
The Unlvrly club Is making great
Prehmarattons for Its two gaines with the
prepartons Is /ames
Sioux Ctt.s tomorrow and MonlIIY. The
game tomorrow afternoon . wi he called at
2:30 : and the UnIversity boyjt will have out
their strongest team. The ) Corn Jusleers
come here UK the unbeaten seml-profl's-
Ilonal champions at Iowa anti they are
coummtfmmg. on a snail wIth Omaha's Intelec-
tutu outfit. There are a number of really
limo players In the ulhrtver team , anti their 1
batterIes are BRIl to be good enough for
tha professional ranles. Captain Abbott
hasn't declde,1 who ho wilt put on the slab
tomorrow but It will bo either Robinson
or Jeilen. 10th lon are In high rorm anti
anxious for the first whack at time doughty
Sioux. In any event It will he I great
game , and considering the splendId hal time
University team has been furnishing the
local cranks , the latter should attest their
appreciation by tumlDg out
I ) lIhiluti lie' amid lurll'A.tlU' n..t 1mm. I
SPill NGFI1ILI ) , AuI 29.-l'resitlent Ient
or the " ' , 'ster lasI hail as ocaton today
admltell Dubuque ant Burlington lS militia-
hel" No new sehetulo wilt ue mmle , al
IubuqUI vIul PlaY Iti'ei ' 5 scheduled gameJ
and BurlIngton - will play - Jacl , . n\lle't
III HIJf'r 1111 , . \Jul" .
WASh 11 N01'ON , AUK. 29.-Roger Connor ,
who retired from the St LouIs team aholt a
month ago , has . re.slgnell with the club
from that city Inll Is exppctell to play here
In the game lit first base today .
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IC''N Cit y's l'I'III"I nmr I"'I.
KANSAS CITY , Aug. 2-Whel the bell
taps at Falrmont hark tomorrow morning
the greatest bicycle racing meet ever hell
In Missouri will have been Inaugurated . The
fpeelest rhiers , bolh class A and B , or
Omaha , Denv.r. St. Louis , Chicago anti
Kansas CItY being entered . whie nil th"
smaller towns of the two states at 11
l.uul'l and Kansas have sent their crlcks ,
The prles hung U\ are valued nt $3s.
The mlo tanlel race Is prIncipally Inter-
ttsttliig. In I there WIll he a triangular
contest between St Luis , Omaha and Kal-
tins City.
lS Ciy.
I.'ret Titus and J. D. Cabnlne are looked
titian lS the star of the meet and close to
thtm are classed the five Couurns eose ,
and Terri from the Pacific coast , and a
strng crowd from Denver
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Gudfre-CimomluikI I'iglut Of ? .
BOSTON. Auc. 29.-The Choynskl-Godfrey
tight was declared on tonight owing to the
fact that the boxers In the contest at last
niGht , 'Valeott and O'Drlen , were sun , .
6um'
mooed to appear before the authorities.
authorites.
The board oC directors or the cub Ill not
wish to antagoniz time pollee 0lclal5 , so
t.ey gave up the . tlee attendance
was very small . not Iuge enough to lIar
the guarantee demanded \y the boxers .
ROBERT J IAIES - { FAST T I
Defeats Joe Patchcn , Gantry and Mascot
i : Three Straight lcata ,
fOUR SPEEDY PACERS . MEET IN A RACE
IC""I C"II".tt I , " for "llr"tll' ) ' fin
th. t . I' I i'i. I " , oui 'l'I'lcl.-'I' " , 1"(1'1' "
11,1 I 111 II the
S'I'1 , 1.,1.
NI \ \ ' YORK , Aug. 2-I leetwood vaunted
itself today , anti thousands who e.imne throngIng -
Ing through Its gates wlneRel : time most Inspiring -
8plrll exhibition of speed of which the
records of the historic alI course hear wit-
ness. The day was sultry , the sun shining
with : fervency surpassed by no lay of the I
sumler , but the crowll that care to see
the card was the largest that has assembled 1
at the track since time day ten years ago
when Jay Eye See and St. Julen settled the
Issue between them. I
The number present today II conservatively
e UmatC1 at 12,000 , and some enthusIasts
Jllaced ) It as high as 18,000 The capacity
of the club houseland of the amphitheater
were fully taxed , and hundreds crowlell the
quarter stre'c es. The attraction was , of
course , the contest between the champions
of the pclng brlgalle. the second race on the
program. There was qull a lively 91Iecula- !
tion . the ollls being Joe Patchen , 4 to 5 :
Robert J , 7 to 5 nlli Gentry ' 3 to 1 Mascot
drew the pole and they went away time first
heat at a clip that took thel to the quarter In
3t seconds , Robert J 1 good length In the
lead Time hal was reached In 1:02. : the positions -
. sltons being relatively the same. Going up
the huh In the third quarter Joe Patchen ,
who had heen trailing easily In second place ,
lale a disastrous hreak just as Curry was
preparing to mnake ] his drive. Robert J now
looked to have the heat safe but a second
later he , too , went up , and Mascot came emi
amid assulel the lead , gainIng an advantage
of at lent five lengths. Andrews went to bat
early on the horse , hoping hy a furious
drive " to stall oft the defeat that would be
InevItable unless he should gain enough hy
the mIstakes of his opponents
I was useless , however. Robert J quIckly
recovered and as he felt the electric touch
of gd Geers along the rums he came like a
meteor , overhallng Mascot , passIng him a
hunlrell yards from the wire and winning
amid great npillause. I was a characteistc
Geers thrive and created great enthusiasm
In the second heat Joe Pat hen dasmed 'he
hopes of hh hackers Iy a ball break just after
getting time wcnl. \'liemi be recoveed 1:0 : " ,11
hopelessly cut of the rae and Curry \I'ey :
gave him an eay mle. : Again Hebert J
swung Into the lead , both Gentry anti la2-
cot beIng close to his flank with u grip : that
he could not shake ' oto They reac'111 ' the
Quarter In :30 : * , a' quarter of a second faster
than the previous heat. The IntenN interest
of the crowd was mammlfestd by I subluei
murmur as time time was announceJ. Dawn
to the hal the pace was quikelmot1 , tl'e
timers announcing that that post had been
reched In 1:00 : L showing the Fe end quarter
to have been pa'ed In a tw -mlnutc rlp ,
Still the two pacers were cinglmig : to itt ba"t
J's side The threeqcarte post was rcac 'ell
In 1:33 : % . As they turned Into tIme stretch
lclonry vhook up the bay dillon , but the
little champion staled him off . At the d's-
tnce fag ho pI'ed ' the whip hut ) coull not
reach Geers breuht Robert J tinder the
,
wire by an open length In 2:0 : ' I was the
fastest heat ever paced or trotted at leet-
wood.
The race was now conceded to Robert J.
The first pat of the third helt was much like
the othen except that Joe Patohen reamed to
be an element , and time chip was even faster.
Robert J agaIn assumed the lead , the othe"s
close up , nnd time first quarter waf reached
In :30 : % . a quater or a sec 11 better than
the sam quarter In the scrotal hea' The
horses went wen bunched to time hal In 1:00. :
At the Point of Hocks Joe Pat ' hen : stapted
Into Gentry's wlleel , tearln the tire oto The
former went Into a ball break and was out of
It. Gentry came In on a wabbly sulky and .
beat Mascot for place. Gesra pul'd Robert
J to a mere jog to let Patchen In and fnished
In 2:01 : % . Had lie been ( rlven omit the mile
might have been paced In 2:0t : or heter.
WAS A MINOR CARl ,
The regular events on the cant were
minor ones and devoid of special Interest. '
Itosults :
: : : : class , trotting . lmmrp $3,060 : l.yl'o
lid won In straight heats. Time : 2:12t" : ' 2:13
2:12. : Iron Dar was second In three heatq
Flher was thlrl In three hpa ! ! . Mary G.
ilussar MIFf Into Fltzroynl ShIm' Smith ,
Boston anti Julia 0 utw mtartetl.
Free-for-nil class , pacing , purse $ : .0 :
Robert J ( Geerf.l ( ! 1 11
.Johmmi It. Gentry ( Mi1emmry ) . . . . . . . : 2 2
Mascot ( Anllrlwl : ) lrJenry . . . . . . . . . . .2 3 3
Jnp Patelie' , ( Clry ) . . . . . . . . . . 4 4 4
Time : 2:0G' : . . 2Oii,4 : , 2:0m. :
2:21 : claBs trotting . IHrs ! $20 : ICing
Harry W1S first In three hcats TIme : 2:11 : .
2:134 : , 2:15. : Alphls second , anti Quality
third. ! I 1 , C Mims Hlon , I llal ne , ; la//Il
fampbrl , Bayreuth , Lady Fargo anti
Marie Jlnen also startet ,
l.olJf Shot 11" uI SI. LoimiN.
ST. LOUIS , Aug. 29-A constant downpour
or raIn made the sport slow to < n ) ' . 'ho
track was very mlll ) ' . The talent' was un-
nuc'efgfll I. most O the races , long shots
taking the nrney. Results :
\lrMt race. Bcln : Ix furlongs : Imp
Vugor ( ? tu 1 ) , \ ( n , Xorman (2 ( 10 1) ) secant ,
Carla (15 ( to I ) third Time : l:20. :
Second race purte . five . antI II half fur-
longs : Laura ) (2 ( to 1) ) won , Keeehier (2 ( to
I second , ; lhllnd (6 ( tO 1) ) third . Time :
1ilii. : :
Third roce . itching. mile and a sixteenth :
SulrosR ( ( to : ) won , Moll ! King ( ( to 2) )
second 1:5fl4. : , Jack Bradley (2 ( to 1) ) thlre , Time :
Fourth race pnrse. Fix furlongs : Miss
Norma (9 ( to 1) ) won , George " ' . Bale ) ' (2 ( to
1 ) second , O\'erela (5 ( to 2) ) thlnl 'rime :
1:19. :
1:19.Fifth race . selling , mile and a sixteenth :
Slh'erllo (0 ( 10 1 ) won Banlach ( I to 1 ) 8ee-
end , Blue and Whie (5 ( to 1) ) third , 'lme :
1:08. :
Sixth race , selling , six fnrlons : Goll
Corn I ( to 1 ) won , : Iolie D ( r to 2) second
Dam I.001 reven ) third , Time : 1:18 : . .
Not I 1.'I\'lrll. Cimumie 'ihirnuigit.
I.OUISVILI.E. Aug. : -Thls was the
bokle ' day , for not a favorite Inlhl1 first
In the five evemmts. 'he 1est race or the ( lay
was the third , when Lehman , R big odlson
favorite Wl9 beaten by JI/lro , I.ehmn
was , heaviy 1II'c . and the best ho could
110 was to fnish third. Theta were geed
lehls , the track was fast anti the 'attend-
ance 2,0. Hesuls : .
First race . seven furlongs : Besse (6 ( to 1) )
won Monte FonM (3 ( to 1) ) secuntl , l'epper
1 seconl Ielppr
live ( even ) Ihlnl. Time : 1:293. :
Second mce live and I half furlonl , selling -
Ing : Honlo ( : hi to 1 ) won , Dr. Kelo ! ) (5 ( to
1 ) second , Ben Hollla ) ' (2 ( to 1) ) thIrd , Time :
1:19. :
1:19.Thlrl race , free hanllcap , mile and an
eighth : 1"IJlro (3 to I ) won. I.alroaI. 0 %
to ! 1 second , Lehman . ( ( to 3) ) thmirti Time :
,
I : ri
Fourth race four and a half furlongs : .
lurley Leaf ( .0 to 1) ) won lanona ( to 1) )
5ecllledena (7 ( to 5) ) third , Time ( : 0:50 : 7 1
Fifth race , ale mmitie . soiling : Greenwich
I to 1 ) won , l vlnatls (3 ( to 1 ) seCond , Frau-
loin ( S to 5) ) third. Time : 1:13 % .
\t tiltIrcemme ( JOmlllt ' Pair
. th. Ur..lc COIII ) 1.'llr.
JEFFERSON , II" , Au ! -Sppclal ( 'fele-
gm-am-There ) was a large attendance lt the
Irlt day of the Greene county fair. Weather
was fine anti track fair Summaries :
anl .
3:00 : trot ttii'tuo 2CO :
3:0 1'le S2
Onward \Jr. \ h , J. 'frvers ,
hello Plalne , Ia. . . . . . . . . 3 2 1 1 1
Arehonl. blk. h. , C. 11. At-
brook l llorR , itt. . . . . . . : 1 : : 3
Del Hch' ' . b , t . I'lr gh'l
& iCeating , Hone , Ii. . . . . 13 3 3 2
Big Anne Rods b. m. . J.
He'nolls , Sioux City. . . . . . I 4 4 4 ds
Time : 2H2:3. : : 2:3014 : . 2:37 : , 2:3i. : . .
Free-for-all \ I Imcln purl S21 :
ICasseli b. h" , Birmingham & ICeRt-
lCalsel Int l'hoOmiut Irmlngham . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 1 1
Ahbertha cli m" . FV . Carver ,
Zearilig ha. . , . . . . 1. . . . . . . . . . . . : 2 2
Sea Foam , jr" , roe h. . W S. l'lke ,
le9 Moines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 ds
Time : 2:3. : 2:22 : : . \ ,
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Chlrle"IIUII' li the UUIII" .
GALI SI.'lG , I" , Aug. -Thus flrthls
wEek circumstances have been unfavorable
to the nnanelal success or the trotting meet
at WIlliams' race track. The rain la.t night
and today male It necessary to teclare to-
day's races off. Mc . Williams Is inclIned to
bo Itoomy about the outcome of the meet.
Ue ro1 tlUI tar ho hal expended S.SO In
tlUne9. while the gate receipts hove been
but a few hllllrtJ doHar. lie ia1 that the
program wi 10 carried through however.
and hints that after his contract with Oales-
burg I. through he wIll remain no longer
-
beclule thO ) peqruq : 'here clo , not give him
the eimcouragemntt pe thinks ho deserves .
! ICOlrnlel lt ! _ teler\'el.
\l.ln. ( llt.tl'S ItAS'i' , lt1l1.h'h.
111.1 , , 1"lr"IJf / - : 1"1\1) ' II tl tl
1 hIll t\\'ll" h l ) ' I 11111.
NEW YOn"u. . 2-1 was intensely
hot at Shet'Jslllf . hay tOlny anti the at-
tel\lance was somalI. In the alIening race
there were itut v' starters , but Ilelerllo
1utJQvrnstarters
raised such I rtJ 'llut ( I was half an hour
before the starter could got them away.
\'alzer got the lead soon after thin tail of
the ilg anti I < ell r until they turned Into
wilen''Derfargiila took It nnth
the stretch , wlen"Derfargla ' 11
won easily. Wnter ) got limo imlace from
Merry Monarch jut ! easily . ) A lot of
{ )
youngsters welt ' I the Ilost In the second
race , the Dash Atak's ( celelo was II
the leat , folowed hy Intermission to the
turn In the main tr.\cle. Y len itmtermiilssioui
trn
( ult anti Refugee . PCI'11 of DI ) ' anti Aigeui-
thin joined Crescendo , Crepcenllo won h ) ' a
lemmgth , with the others hends apart In the
oi der Inmell The third mcn was won
cusli ) ' by time favorite . hotly Damonl\
e(81)
the Ocell hlldicap Grlnon mllle a k 1I !
for h. hleltl Henn' Voting all over the
ring at 10 to < 1 111 landed the mone ' , nl-
though It wa ! onh' hy < I hell from lielil-
.
tuliti del . In time iifthm
COIO nl1 Itey Iel Carrers. IUh
race there \\'IS I tead heat between
i Ioomer ant ArctIc amid the owners dIvided
the mane ) ' . Ieuls :
I First race , seven flrlongs : Derfnrg1a (2 (
to 1) ) won \\llzpr ( even ) seconti Merry
Ionarch (10 ( to 1 ) thIrd. ' 1Ime : 1:26 : % .
Second , rloe. DaRh stakes . five funiongE :
Cr"sccnlo , ( even ) won , Refugee (10 ( to 1) ) ec-
oml , Peep of Day (20 ( to I ) third. Time : 1:02. :
Thlr,1 rce , one mile on turf : 1.(11) ' Dla-
monti ( even ) won , Marshall (3 ( to 1) ) second ,
mont Homilln/ Girl (20 ( to 1) ) thlrll ' 1me : 1:4 :
Fourth race one mio , Ocean handicap :
Henry Youlg (8 to 1) ) won , Bellicose ( : to 1) )
srloml , Del Cnrrers (5 ( to 1) ) third , 'lme :
: : . .
Fifth race . I"lttuly course : Arctic (5 ( to 1) )
anti Biooler (8 ( to r , ) ran a heath heat , Sun-
rise 1 ( r to I ) third TIme : 1:1 : 3-r.
Sixth cars mile mind a furlong on turf :
\ B (7 ( to 5) ) von . Lookout ( r to 1 ) second ,
Dogget ( G to 1) ) . thlre. ' 'lmo : 1:55 : 2-5
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Iln II flit' Hlll II , Viiiuhsor.
Dt'HOIT , Mtch. , Aug. 23.-Although It
rnilel nearly all day , there was 11 attend- I
dance of nearly , O Rt tile , ser rces ,
Two favorites and three outsleers Wal ,
Buck Knl/ht In the last race was pled I
from I to / ( to 2 to 5 , hut never was ncar' '
the front Curnntol masking 1 runawny ,
race or It. Contlentul , 1 mallon Dwer
cast-al. won the first race at 15 to 1 , and
was Illa'et to 3 to 1 at time post. 'rhe track
was hlav ) ' . Hesuls :
First race , lye anti a unit furlongs : Con-
tnental won , Blue lel second , Caesar
thlrl\ Time : 1:1 : :
Second race , six furlong : Mother or
' ' ' Yucatan third
Peart won . 'IJota second ,
Tlmo : 1:20. :
Thlr,1 race , six furlong : Queen Bess
won , \Vcola secont , Simrocl third. Time :
1:19. :
1:1.
Fourth race one mile : Spenllolne won ,
Lady Hose second , Arab thlll' Time :
1 :487 : .
Fifth / race , 11'1 anll a half furlongs : Car-
nation won , 'fennv , jr. , secont , Helen Wren
third. Time : 1:12 : % t.
' \'IIIH'II 11 Jimmy nl"lrl'l.
SAN JHANCISCO , AuI 29.-Results :
" anti half furlongs gl
First race . live a hai :
la'o (1 ( to 3) ) won , Bob Tlcler second , : [ en-
Iloclno thin\ Time : 1:08 : % .
Second race , six furlongs ! : ulnstay (5 to
I ) won , Slgo second , Ledali third. Time :
1:1\ : \ .
Third mce. five and a half furlongs :
Bloomsbur (3 ( to 2) ) won , InsInuator second ,
Sir Rcharll thirti Time : 1:0Th1. :
Fourth race , six 'furlonI5 : hnportet Ivy
(5 ( to 1) ) won , Velu9'secoll , Carmel thlr !
Time : 1:15. :
Fifth rcl aie' mile : May McCarthy
( even ) won Sir : Walter second , Uncle Cues
third , 'rime : il3 ; . -
:13.
H'H'e 'l'rmmek , "lr' In Stilt Praiieleo .
SAN FRANCISCO " , : Aug 29.-The Call-
foria Jockey olub tqday sccuell an exten-
sion of six mon tl ) } 01\ Its ollton to ) urchaP
the Bay Dstrlc { trck for $ : OI. The re-
suit will he I thee U'acJt wlr between tr
California Jockey cltml amid . the lacll Coast
Jockey cluh , While the new track will he
more Sindou and COhm "H I ) US than ths Bay
DItrlct. time later track Is much more ac-
_ Each associatlolm has
eelhlo from the city a soclaton !
dates. Isuell a progrpIJ of I events with fixed
I.\CIC SOCIAL QUAImVmCt1'ltNS.
. . -
Oij..et latiN Itlh.ct < to t lie IJl.h I
Alh"'II 'Jel' .XoCulllJf A'roM" .
LONION Aug . -Tho 111 Mall Ga-
zote say : "Tha London Athletic club
team Is mate UI of outsiders , only four
bona lithe members ha'lng arrangell to go to
Anlrlca , This sarilce at the best trIl-
tions' of the club has caused great surprlsc
here. 1 Is obvious that some or the cham-
lulons ! who Ire members ot this team are
lens quallell to become members of
the London Athlotc cub : 'rhll acton Is Injurious -
jurious to the cause or athletics amid has
done much to reduce the Interest whIch
Engiishnien have been taking In the comIng -
lug contests In Amerca ! ly announcing
that this team ts to be the one selectee to
take part In the cJntests In the championship -
ship , lart Lontlon Athletc club virtually
10111elell the New York Athletic Chill to
foiitiv Its lead The memhers at the New
folnw I !
York Atlmetic : chub alp very wealthY anll
Athetc
they arc now practIcally buying up all the
.
leading men who can postdy pose as ama-
teurs. Another objectonal.lt element con-
cernlmig this mateh Is that all inquiries Into
the antecelJentR of some or the New York
Athletic eluh men wl he dropped pending
the issue of the conlest"
II"hlu Fight I'reiimuuhuittrit'N I .
AUSTIN Tox" , Aug. ' -I has been ru-
more.1 about the state house totay that
Governor Culhe\on Is looking with sus-
plolon at the announcement that "Colonel"
bins and Jim Cavanaugh will fight / at
Dula ! September t' I Is believed In 01-
clal circles that this fight Is being arrn/I'd
In order to get time lueaton nr thc validity
of orler Tuxas Irlzo ! iigumtlmig I . law . in .the
higher court for Ileclslon herore time time
of the Corbimtt-FItzsimmOns iight.
DALLAS , ' 'ex. , Aug. -'fhe report that
have tOllay been circulated In St Loul- .
New York ant other cites to the effect
that time Corbett-FItzslfliflionH glove contest
will not take place. are pronounced uy PresIdent -
Ident Stewart anti his associates toniGht lS
uterl : ) ' lacking In' trlh , No changes , ho
declares , have been marl In the original
plans , anti none arc contemplate.\ Reports !
were anc eirculltpil that the tleii'er.y of
imullding material for the Imllhlheater hat
been diecontlilued . This Is also untrue. A
large bait of materIal was recllved and un-
loathed at the sie of the huldlng this afternoon -
noon _ _ -
( iri'iet : luitt'h 'Iulurron' .
Cricket enthusiasts have a treat In store
for twm tomorrow afternoon. The Gate
CIty cricketers will play ' the Omahas on
their own groUlls at Twenty-first anti Emmett - -
mett streots. Both clubs wi be represented -
met by their full strenKth and n /0011
ganme may bo lookll for In consequence.
lalO folowln/ have been chonsen to Ul1holl
the honor of / the Olahas : I I.awrlo ( cup-
taln ) , 1' . n Ford , J. C Doyle , n " ' .
Taylor , G. 11. Vlughan : , J. Francis , C. II.
' I , ' . A. , C.
Cookson , \V. H. Vluhan , Kemp
U. Young , H. New 1' . S Young. Suhsl-
tubs : D , roatchlc , O. MIles , S. lelh , D.
. . ,
G. K. Yotmng.
Stumps wi he pitched ut 2:3 : shurp
flmuiy ' " % 'un Iu liii' L'oiirtii.
WASIINGTO . .Aug. . -ack 1al ) ' , the
lightweight chminp4m'h at Delaware met
lghtweight '
hilly Doole , thb 1 JhtWllght champion of
the PacIfic coaH : thnigimt at the Eureka
Athletic club , for 0 Lent-rou I KO. Daly
had the better of It rrom the start and
knocked his 13Pt ; / In the fourth round
with a rigimt-imttmI { \ on the ear
wih rlghthlll'ng
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PA1TATING ACHING
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NEUTRALIZED
WAlNER \ ) WINS \ TIlE IA TCI !
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Chicago Mall Got the Deciding ( Sot from
Austin of Omaha ,
VERY CLOSE CONTEST IN WAY Of POINTS
UllhltJ 111) . uf thu' , 'i'itou' 1luhh' : "
ii Ito lu . ftt'ore . I1 1 lrl..tl
Vie4uim' ) Ill ( Iii' 111'1'lllle
14 lug " ' ' .
The Interstate tennis tournament was com-
1110tell yesterllay afernoon hy the pbylng oil
of one and the lechlng set In the match
between Austn and Wal ner. As was ox-
pecteti , Wallner , wOn the sot wIthout hutch
ellculy , the score being 6.3 11 hI favor ,
anti conseqlonty won the match , the eltre
score being G.3 , G.8 , 6-4 , 63.
Time play was conshlerably more lively
than that of the prectllng sets of th !
match Walller pla)01 the actIve , dashln
gimo he has shown In tom-mimer rounds of
the tournlment , although he did not do so
I until ho saw that ho would have to exert
I hlmsllf to win 'he he ImiaYtd all around
I AustIn , although the , ames were reasonably
close. Austin , on the other hand , IJrslcl
time tactics he tried In the former sets cf
the match , lobbing whenever he could anti
thus atemptng to wear out his opponent
by maltng him run about his court. Wald'
nor , however malaged to work UI to the
net quite frequenty , and It was really lila
play at this point that won the match He
dll not do any remsrkabl2 : smahlng , but
he succeled admirably In Iropplng the hal
on the other side of the net along 'the
lines EO that Altl was not able to reach It.
Time play In the opening games was uch , .
as to arouse hop II time minds of Austin's
supporters that hn would win It He played
brilliantly , while Waldner mild not , anti won
the first two games with easo. This 0\1-
"anty aWlkened Wailner to the fact that
he woull have to play to win , anti then h
played the game ho bas shown he Is cpable '
of. He won time followIng two sets , alowe,1
Austin to get one , amid then pulled out the
remaining three , which gave him time vlc-
tory.
Taken al around the set was r Jly the
prettiest of the m'tch , The , ames were
much closer than In the other sets and
time number of points scored hy each Illa'or
were more nearly even than In any of the
other sets
The score by p61nts was as follows :
Wliduer . . . . . . 1 7 G 4 3 4 4 -7
Austin . . . . . . . . 4 ! 4 2 2 6 2 2 2-:12 :
At the conclusion of the play the prizes
were awarded to the wInners In the tournament -
ment , the first miami second prizes In the singles -
gles to Wailner and Austin respectvely ,
and the first and second prizes In the doubles
to Wnldner amid Slocum and Young ! amid
C.tltiweli. The presentation WM male by ( .
: . hitchcock , who mnde a hrlef address
'he authorized anti \ olcial Interstate tour-
nament will open In Kansas City on Sept m-
her 2. Players from Neb * ska , Kansas , : [ s-
sourl and Iowa can compete AustIn antI Con
Young of this city have received urgent In-
vitatons to attend. Austin has already sIg-
nifed his IntentIon of entering , but Young
wi net be able to go on account of press .
of buslne
CONSOLATION : ATCIBS ,
Now that the craCks have decided their
relative merits and slown w : at they He god
for : the .Iubs" are to have ther : turmm. lie-
ginning this evenIng the matches In the con"
solalon singles anti oubes : will be plshed
rapidly forward unt completed. Time draw
fir the singles Wa9 as folows :
J , H.'Coleman , I hc.
O. (1. Pope , II he. )
F. I 1nltel play ) A. Ka'sor.
1'imlIt Crape Pitmys I I. H. Wilams ,
Pllp 1111)t
11. E Gbbs plays W. hhyics.
G. K Ilaverstick . I hye.
H. H. Young , a hyco
A. H. Flnlla ) ' , R hye
In the doubes sonic , of time matches have
already been dechlel , The first round SCOl08
follows
:
folows
M 1' ' pkll a'l\ Fred I.lec , wnl\ r : Seth
1)yer amid : [ aynlr,1 Stllov r.tret ,
G , H. 11 velstclt unll :1 Colpctzer heat O.
G. l'ope and A. II , I"lnrhl ) ' . 6-i . G- :
I. 1010 " 'llams ! anll I" . Cooley . . walkover :
D , Hslev and A. : leCrt ) retrell ,
I" , C. Denise antI F. TCwnsend beat T. A.
White an" A. I'almer G-O , G-1
10pk ! ns ali Lake will rhy hlavestick amid
COlpotzer this evenng. : Den'e and wnsenll
are already In the finals , having beaten WI-
lalS and Cooley by G-2 , G.2.
C\n" A nnc"1 nt l."tul" .
HASTINGS , Neb. . Aug. 2'J.-Spcclal ( Tell-
gram.-Tho ) progrm for the chamot ! A bicycle
tournament was carried through today u ' . Ithi-
out any interruption to speak of. The one
-
miie . 2:40 : class . was won by J. A. BaIley ,
jr. , of Lincoln , J. A. Benson of Lincoln see-
end and C 'V. Jacobs or thl city titirti. In
the Ilt'st run of the one mie opeii Fret- !
IIs O/Irn /
Ilclson of Omahl Cline out \ vinmmor . hut I
faln to maKe It In the time lmit , I was
( ecla , ell no race I \ s'us Iferwarll run
with hut two contestants , Tcsler or Sutton
ami E. J. Witsler. Teasler won. 'rho hal
tulle race WIS won hy O. D. Atkinson nf
Lincoln wih J. A. Benson of 1.lncoll ccc-
nnd ants \ McKe"e : of FaIrfield third. Time
Quarter mie open was 1\ hot race. .1. A.
Bale ) ' of LIncoln cume In first . I I B. . rl-
rlckson seond , O. II MeKelvcy ttmirtl.VlIl
CIHllman of this city won the slow race.
' the three mile lap
'rho excIting race wnD mie 1111
mce. A. " ' . loBrhle was the vInumcr , S. Vt' .
BowIe of IcCnole ! pcOIII anti Chrlstl son
thlrll. In the '
o Grand Islanll Ipoclal race
for hastIngs boys gck came out winner. .
1iist Guusmn's Iu hit' Chit's " Tlnrnr )
HASTINGS , England , Aug. -'oday all
the games hit one left ummtlnishmt'ti , In pre-
vious rounds of the international chess
mnstcrs' tOlrnament were finished , the
J/.mes / resulting as follows : Blackhlrne
beat Albin In an Irrguiar opening , after 120
moves ; Schiffer ! beat Junowslel In u Huy
Lopez , after seventy-three moves : Marco
heat Mason In a Scotch game , after sixty. .
lIve moves ; Glnherg bet . Tclchmann In a
"Ienll gaimme after elght-two moves ; Mason -
son timid hacker drew I gU'OCO Jllnno after
sixty-six moves : Marco ali \\'alurOI drew
a Scotch gnne after eighty-five moves ,
' \'An OX 'I'hhhl CihAhtII'l"l'I-h ( 'l'IIT.
. \Ulrn. , ' Urnlrnl l"tll"IH'k 'I'r ) log In
irI' " I nlll itt flit' ! l n I. .
NRS' YOmC , Aug. 2-The WorM this
morning . General iinncoclc Is
Fays : , Alorney lancocle II
preparing to bring slut aalnst time Amumericari
Tobacco cOlllany 10 annul the certificate
alihorlzing It to transact buslnNs In this
stale. The prelmlnar ) ' steps Wfro taken
toly , when time olcer wpre serv.'ii with n
Sllrmons to al.pear . on Saturday to answer tea
a complaint that they are doing hufln ss In
vIolaton or the statnte ,
The IletllO\r , ChinesVheeian . Is n joh-
her of S'racuse 11 asks time "tate to pl'r-
11etlaly enjoin th t trnst t from ' 111dnt I ! nlli
ceiling paper cigarettes. The 111per fcls forth
that many year 11rlor to JRnlary , 1590 , AlIen
& Onter ( , W , S. tmhal & Cu" , ( Itmim.iwilm &
Co. . IS' . Duke & Sons anti . tIme Inney To-
hacco COmp1n , who were at that tme man-
ufactnrlng ! : per cent of the cigarettes of th&
country , entered Into an illegal I cOllhlnatlon ,
ammO that the trust was fornIll tllitlor time
laws of Now Jelcy. nlthouh ! : Its Inlor I (
Illace of blslness was In New Yorlttate. . The
capial stock Is , Ivn as $25,000,000 ,
The Iettoner , alleges that not"lthstan.ln :
the law of New York forbll the organization
of such a complny In this state the trust Ias
come into New York and Is deimmg tJslncss :
! and enjoys lrlvleges which are Ileniell to
I home corporatons , The petItion was Ilro-
Il'arel . under time dln'cUon of thp attorney
'I. ' general , who has made preparatons to prose-
Cute the trust and expect ! to drive I omit of
I the state as time Whlsley trust was driven out
of Illinois a few wocks ago.
Cntl' 11cm-i' n"llllh' .
Mrs. Delia Hartman ali six children , the
ollest 7 years of age ali the youngest In
arms , arrIved In the city last night In det-
lute circumstances anti werc taken to the
polce Itaton , where they were carell for
dlrlu the muighit.
Mrs lartman was very reluctant to tell
tel
the Cause which led her to this ely , anl , In
fact , said that she would not tel uules8 she
Ias forced to. I.'rom what rime IUd say , however -
ever , I Is Ilresluell that she ran away from
her husband amid that she cammme here to supPort -
Port herself. lien liommmo is on a tam-mit mmear
Clarinda , in. , frommi uvimicim place site went to
Creston , and timomi to this city. She stated
that another t'omlman hail allonateti lien bus-
band's ailectiomma , amid it Is sumpImoseti that emi
tills accouzmt she left himn. Site ammith thmat sue
tiesirem ] to obtain work anti woumiti support
llerseif and her chiiltiremm ,
tiot1iu'r ziuuuh ( hi I huireim 'I'uInlieui ( hf.
Mrs. Minnie Laltock anti her thmreo cimuidreum
canmped out mmcar Nlmieteentil amid \Vilitsnis
streets last uiigimt because tlley hail nowhere
else to go. The womnamm has beemi tieserted
by her hui-luumd , anti she applied to tIme county
conmmniasloners tot' niti. Tlmey tolti her to ob-
taium a 1101155 slid lmronmItEd that the board
wommld pay the reni. SIte succoetieti 1mm getting -
ting a hmoue yeatcrd3y , but the landlord ro-
fmmsed to allow lien to use It ummtil lie saw time
color of itemmmmoney. . Thiereupomm Mrs. hillock
stuck a stick lii thme grommmmtl and simread a
biamtkot over it , mmmiii bemmeatli tills imnpromrmptlm
tent sime amid her children huddled durlmmg
the ii i gut.
p
P1)11 II ti I I ( Filui nh l'i t zei's i"et't.
INDIANAI'OLISjud. , Aug. 29.-TIme thug
with whmIcii Howard PItZeiuas killeti before
hits body was imurneti in the lrvington cot-
loge was foimntl tothay. A part of a bottle
of cyanide of hotassitmmnVaS fotmmmtl buried 1mm
th barn. Boys digging tinder thio litmlmmies
house In an unfinished portlom , of tile cellar
fotintl tIme two feet of llos'arti l'ltzel. TIme ) '
had been burned , but not destreyetl , anti
irene evidently too hmulky to Imut immto the
cimiunnoy hole.'ith the feet muas found lair-
led a five-quart caim , There was sommie Coal
oil in it.
--i II i'ieiiit' 'Vouiiorro-iv.
Tomorrow afternoon time Sunday school of
Inmmnantleh Baptist church will take its ammmmual
outing , Iii time formma of a ldcmmlc at Ilamiscommu
park. A special macton tralmm Imas been chair-
tereml to cary the cimildremm from time church
oil North Twenty-fourtil street to the Iark ,
ivimoro thm afternoom : viil be spent ,
\Vouuiui ii SimtTmmigu' I ii I lie utah C.uirttu.
SALT LAKE CITY , Aug. 29.-Time question
of tIme eligIbilIty of women to vote nit the
constitution anti stab ofilcers was arguetl before -
fore the supreme court today. TIm case vam
appealed on tIme declsiomi of Judge Smmiithi recently -
cently given at Ogden 1mm favor of wommiemm
r voting.
Cmiptuil mi Iiiiidmm'iui St lii Al lye.
WIChITA , Aug. 29.-Timere appears to be
110 foundation for the reported kliiimmg of Cap-
talmi hlaldwimm of Anadarko , TIme Eagle has
nuessages from all parts within reach of An-
adarko agency denying the story.
If it's mnusic you svammt , try hlaydemis' .
HEALS
RUNMNQ
SORES
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OURESTHE
SERPENTS
STINC
CO ! TAflIOVS In all Its stages
I completely cradicat-
1LOOD POISON eclbyS.S.S. Obstinate -
nate sores and
I ulcers yiefd to its healinr powers , It re-
moves ( ho poison and builds up the system
VIiu&bic treitlie c , , the , lluelee and Itu trcltment milled ( gee.
SWiFT 5i'UCmFIC Co. . Aimless , Ca.
AolNnctr ! c - -
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11TIIE QUEEN OF TABLE WATERS. "
Received the HIGHEST AWAflD
at the WORLD'S PAIR , anti at the
.TWERP IIXIIIBITION.
Rubber
Goods
,
41.Jm-1d : frt ) Pit ( I
A- # alICO taps
for Varicose
c
Syi'Ings ,
Atomizers
2.quirt
i 1l.4Yfttr / Bag
& ! L' 50c.
ShoifflaD & MCC0DDOII IIFII Co
1518 lodgc St.-d 1)oor Vcst 1' . 0.
HITH
Sedes & Sea1es ;
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. * - 1410 imaruauuSt.
Sr'IWIALISTS.
' _ # .ss7' . r- Au ftum'mmt'm of Blood anti
' * -l'j " Shut Isit.isus , hyltimiJIlil ,
, - . eui-tmti fur life taid illo pol-
, s , 'p-u" ; - aomm tllommumlgiliy cloamisoil
. -fW--.i e , fm-on , tim systejmlm , '
LADIES given careful
spcclI attcmmtion for alt
' 1-1 ttco'f , 1.thtelr itmuimmy peculIar all-
\ \ \4l0- l ' " uimetits.
) i CATARRH , Glot ,
" iIydrooio. Gun-
,
p _ ' - \ormimoea , 1osm tililliiomI
by a mtpeclal treat-
' 1.-i , 1 ? A T/ ' Tiff t ? M ( VITALITY \VEAh. )
vy .t'.jtt1 ih11.im mnatie ito by too chose up-
imhlcation to business or stuuly , tievemo mental
strain or grief SEXUAL EXCESSES In
nmithtiio life or t'rommm time effects of youthful
follIes. all yield readIly to our new treat-
' -"mit far loss of vital Imower.
IXTPT'I'E Your troimbles if out of the city.
'I Tlmoimsantis . 'uuremi mit home by con-
respondcncp , CONSULTATION initihlO.
Fir Vgm-irlne ( tvmnine 1110 hiurnmmm St. ,
Ut , tJt..tU iua a iaumm 1L31 Ijpmiaimut , l'eb.
New FOLDINO BEDS
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Tue effect most desireti in a Feltling Lied
is that it shall lie anytlllmmg but a bed by
tiny amId nothing but a bed by muight.
Step by step \s'e itmmve irmtproveti It at both
these hmoints , anti the Fomtag Sod as now
Imerfecteui is a triumph of immgeumulty.
Ihy night it Is a full fushloneti , luxurious
bet ! with not tile msiighmtcst suggestion of the
"cabined , cm-limbed , confined" berth above it.
The sIdes are open- theIr emiGre lomlgtil , amid
time bed couiul not be dotecteml frommm a regular -
lar bedstead. Furtimermmiore , iii this both timortu
Ia a perfect systeumi of ventilation timrotmgim-
omit limo day , and this remmmovea time last pod-
sible ohjectioim to a folding bed.
Iii time tiay ttmmme when tills bed is " : mmado
ii : ) , " its cwmmer would not be able to recog.
nlzo it.
lhiiy no folding betl of any mr.ake until you
have uersomiahiy exummiminod our Leds , i'm-ices
from $10 to $50.
CHAS.SHIVERICK & CO
Furniture timid Drnporhet ,
12th and 1)ouigias Streets.
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The ever-increasing popular- Many - men ask for a certan !
ity of CLIMAX .PLUG can only brand of tobacco through force
, be attributed to its high quail- of habit , without stopping to
ty , delicious flavor , and jf - [
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which all judges of Chewing ' price. Ifyou want the best , asic
Tobacco know to be essential , - ' for CLIMAX PLUG.

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