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TUB OMATTA PATLV HE 13 : TIIfHSnAY , SEPTEMnEll 20 , 1808.
Oh cage Narrowly Escapes a Whitewash at Louisville's Hands. G1LTEDGED BALL PLAYING BY BOTH TEAMS Ctinnr OiUpHrlirfl ( irlintli mill ( lint TcllH I lie Slur ) Cleveland < llvcm Clncliiiiiitl Another Drubbing I'lillllrn Ilrnt ( Jlnnt * . LOUISVILLE , Sept. 28. The Colonels played gilt-edged ball today and the Or phans narrowly escaped a shutout. Decker wrenched his ankle In the second Inning and had to retire from the game. CTarko waa presented with a largo floral design In the first Inning. Attendance , 3,000. Score : Total * . . . . C13 2T 13 0 l.r.ulsvlllo . * -0 Chicago . - Kurncd rutm : UmlHvllle , 4 ; Chicago , 1. Two-b.-iBo hit * : Wn liner. Orllllth. Three. Imno lilt : Hoy. Siierlllre hltn : Hoy. Hurt. zoll. Double pluy : CllnKinan toagner. . First liaHu on balls : Off Cunningham , 1 ; off Orllllth , ' . ' . Struck out : Hy funnliu'- lium. 1 ; by OrlllHIi , 1. lilt by pitched ball : Clarke Left on ImsoH : Limiavlllo , o , tm - cage , 5. Tlmo of game : Out- hour anil forty-two minutes. Umpires : Swartwood and Warner. I'owlI'M AVorlt WliiH. ST. LOUIS. Hept. 28.-A crowd ? aw Cin cinnati and Cleveland pluy hero. Powell jiltched splendidly , while Ureltenstolu hail ono bail Inning. Attendance , 3,000. Score : CLEVELAND. | CINCINNATI. IUI.O.AK. Il.H.O.A.i : . ] lurkett , If . . 0MpIlrtile , , cf..O 1 2 0 0 Frank , tl . . .0 0 0 1 OK'on-'n , s . .0 1 it 4 S JtcKcan , BJ..O 0 2 r. ) MrK'lnml. lf.0 0 3 0 C Wallace , 3b.l 1 1 2 lMiler | | , rf . . O'Connor , Ib.t 1 10 0 0 Jlcl'liro. 2b . .0 0 3 0 t < 'rlgpr , c . I 1110 W l , r . . . .0 0 1 1 C Tobc-au , 2b . . I'lrwln. ' 3b . . .0 0 2 3 ( JIcAleur , cf .0 1 1 0 0 llerkloy , lb..l 1'owcll , p . . .0 1 0 U 0 llr'l'sleln , 1 > . .0 1 0 2 ( Totals . . . . I S 27 15 a' ' Total * . . . .1 45110 : Cincinnati . 000010000-1 Cleveland . 0 * I Earned runs : Cleveland , 2 : Cincinnati , 1. Two-bawo lilt : Corcoran. Three-base lilts : Turkctt , lleckley. Sacrifice hit : Miller. Double playn : Corcoran to Irwln , Frank to CrlKcr. Haw on balls : Off Powell , I ! ; llroltensteln. 1. Tlmo of came : Two hours : Umpires : Kmslle ami McDonald. I'lillllfN AVI 11 ( lie LiiNt One. NKW YOIIK , Hcpl. 2S.-T110 fJInnts bad the game well In band up to the llftli. when the Phillies began to score on good hlttltiR and poor lluldlni ; . They kept it up until In the ninth the untnc was called on ac count of diirknesH. Philadelphia had scored two runs In the ninth whtm the game was culled. Attendance , WO. Score : NEW YOHK. I PHILADELPHIA. IUI.O.A.U. Il.II.O.A.E. V'H'ltr'n , cf.O 030 oVooloy , cf . 0 1 2 0 i 88 . . . ,0 0221 noutlns , lb..l 2 S 0 < Joyce , 3b i.l 2 3 S 2 D'leh'nty. lf.2 2 1 0 < Seymour. rf..2 4 3 00 I.-ijole , 2b 1 4 Doyle , Ib . . .1 250 il Kllck , rf .2 1 o o Oloanon , 2I > . .2 2430 Zb . .0 1 1 1 KoMiT , If . . .1 2300 MrPManil , o..O 233 AVnrner , o . .0 2 2 0 0 Cri ) . 8 , ra . . . , l 2 r , 2 UcUls , p . . . .0 1 0 1 0 Platt , p 0 102 Totals . . . .71521 9 V Totals . . . .8132410 Now York 0 1 2 0 0 1 0 0- Philadelphia 11 0 0 0 1 1 1 2-S Earned runs : New York , I ; Philadelphia , 2. Stolen bases : Coolcy , Joyce , Seymour J.aJoIe. Two-base lilts : lioylo , LuJoit ! , Sacrlllco hit : Warner. 'Double plays : Jlc' Karlaml to LnJole , LaJolo to Crosn tc DoiiKlusH (2) ( ) . Klrst basn by crrorc : New York , 1 ; Philadelphia , 2. Klrst base or balls : Off CiuttlK. 5 ; off Piatt , 2. lilt b > pitched ball : Joyce , La.Iolo , Delehanty Struck out : Ily Gottltr , 1 : by Platt , ! l. Li fI on bases : Now York , 0 ; Philadelphia , 10 Tlmo of game : Two hours anil ten tnln- ute . Umpires : Connolly and Hunt. HoNloii I'ulletl Down. HOSTONSept. . 2S. The Champions trice hard to win with thirteen men froir Ilrooklyn today , but the visitors ) were to < much for 'horn. The homo team had plentj of chances to win , but the bits did no come in the right time. Attendance , 1,000 Score : imOOICLY.V. ' I I10STOS. H.H.O.A.I1 H ItO.A.K Orlffln. cf. . . 1220 U Ilnmim , ef 0 1 C 0 Jone , rf. . . . 0 1 0 C O.Tennoy . , Ib. . 1 1 4 ( I Anderson , If 0 2 2 0 ( I I < ontPS. . . . . 0132 Jlncooii , S3. 0 2 2 8 0 Ione , Jb. . . ( i i a i Daly , 21 10420 iY > ! lln.l 3I > . 0101 Lnni'cc , Hi. ff 111 0 0 Stahl. rf. . . . 1 1 2 0 Mailman , 3b 1 1 0 2 , I nrntislleH. c 0 0 3 0 Ityun , 1 1 fi 2 o'llerufn ' , c , . . 0 0 1 1 Miller. ] i. . I 0 1 2 U Puffy , If. . . . 0 1 1 0 Dunn , p. , HtufTnrd. If. . 0020 Willis , p..O rt 0 0 Totals . . 5 11 2T 16 I Nlchol * . p. . 0100 Ycagi-r . . . . 0 0 0 0 Totals . . . . 2 S 27 5 Batted for Willis in the fourth. Ilrooklyn 1 n 0 I o o n o o ; Boston n n i o o o o i o- Karned runs : Brooklyn. 2 ; Boston , 1 Two-base bit : Jones. Threo-baso hit : An dorHon. Home runs : Orlllln , Stabl. Stoloi Imse : Hamilton. Double plays : Ilyun ti LaCbaiicc. Magoon to Daly to LaChnnrr Long to Tennoy. First bu o on balls' : B' Willis. 3 ; by Miller. 7 ; by Dtinn. 1. Struci out : By Willis , 3 ; by Jllilor , 1 ; by Dunn. 1 Tlmo : Two hours und ten minutes. Um plres : Brown nnd Andrews. STANDING OF TIII-3 TKAJ1S. Plaved.Won. Lost. P.C Uoston 137 92 15 ( ; ; Ualtlmoro 135 S7 IS III Cincinnati ill 85 51 ; GO Cleveland 1X6 7ii ( iO nr . Chicago 141 77 II ! 51 Now York 137 72 (15 ( H2 ' Philadelphia Ml iy ill r l' I'lttsburg1 li'.9 7 72 4S Loulsvlllo MS Cl 71 4i ; lironklyn 12D 50 79 3S. Wuslllligtou 137 4.1 92 : ! " St. Louis 135 35 1(10 ( 25 ! Games today : Chicago at Loulsvlllo Brooklyn at Baltimore ; Philadelphia n Boston ; Now York ut Washington ; Cleve land and Cincinnati at St. Louis. ' 31'COY ASSAULTS JI.M COUUIVn Kltl ( JIvox the Kv-Cliiiiiiilon n Klek li the lirolti. NEW YORK , Sept. 2S.-TMO pugilists , Kli McCoy and James J. Corbett , whoso inatcl lias broken off , met In the Gllsey hotisi lobby this afternoon , when JlcCoy knockci Corbett's hat off and then , while Corbet was held by his frlcmls , kicked Corbett litho the Kroln. Ho then ran out of a side dee uwuy from the crowd. Corbett was ) takei to bis room and u doctor summoned. Corbett , his manager , Georfro Consldln niul Al Smith ate lunch tosetjior In th Gllsey House cafe. Mulshing about o'clock. When they walked out througl the lobby and in the Broadway entrnnc they met David Nugent or the Hawthorn Athletic club , who joined them. In on Hide of the entrance wore McCoy , Wllllan Gray of the Hawthorne Athletic club am nix other men. They were talking excll edly. Consldlno saluted Gray and Corbet walked tip to do likewise. Gray , after ac knowlrilKliiK the salute , said to Corbett "I ilon't think you want to fl ht. " "What's that ? " Inquired Corbott. Gray repeated the remark anil Corbet loudly said that be was ready to Unlit Sic Coy anywhere ami nt any time. "I'll Huh him now and rlRlit here on the street , ' ualil Corbett. McCoy , who had been listening , steppe- - up to Corbett us the latter spoke an knocked off his bat. Several of Corbett' friends , wishing no disturbance , held bit and Just as they -'lzeil him by the arm and shoulders McCoy delivered a kick a Corbott which struck him In the grolr Corbott leaned over In pain , tumble to tr to get at McCoy , who , as soon as bo ha Kicked Corbett. ran back to the side en trance of tlio hotel. Corbett tried to follow , but ho could nn do so and bo was persuaded to go In hi room. A doctor was immediately sum A largo crowd had gathered at the Ilrs rumor that the prize llubtors wore In th hotel together und by the tlmo the repot that they bad got Into a light bad bee Hprend , which was In n few minutes , th hotel was besieged. The crowd was In Btato of excitement about the alleged flgh but neither of the pugilists was seen by til people. McCoy dlt-appeurod early. ( irlrfo Hold on liiMiinlty Cl CHICAOO , Sept. 28. Alfred Orimtl Vnown In sporting circles as "young Orlffo , who created a sensation last night by run nlng along State street , stripped to th wnlst and yelling nt the top of bis voice , an who all but knocked out three of the polle officers attempting to arrest him , Is bellovc to be Insane. Ho waa arraigned befoi Jumico Martin today , untl talked U cohercnnlly nbotit wne person who Intended shooting him. The cage wan continued until October 5 , tn enable the city physician to examine Into Clrlffo'8 sanity. FAST IIHATS OF VOf.IIAJTAILS. . KlnliiMii Iteilt H Illn MnrU of UiOII l-l to UK- ) ! - _ , I'nclnu. L01MSVILLH , Ky. , S pt. 23.-Two races unfinished from yesterday and three addi tional made tip the card for the Driving and Kalr association's third day. The first beat trotted decided the Douglas stake. John Nolan had two hents from yesterday and was a stroni ? favorite. He won the heat and thu race In a close finish with Mattlo Patterson and Ciiracallu. Nolnn'd driver , Koote , hud been lined KM for lay ing up heats. The chief event today was the setback for 2:18 : pnc-rs and the llrst bent saw a world's record lowered. Klatawa won In 2lMi : , reducing his own mark of 2W'i : for 3-ycar-oIds. lie was not In the race after- wariltt , however , the record breaking effort scorning to wear him out. Miss Logan and Lady of the Manor fouRht for the next three boats , Miss Logan winning nil of thorn and thu race In close llnlflln\ . The division of the Matron stakes for 2-ycur-old pacers brought out a tlclil of llvo. lively youngsters. Kxtucy was easily the beat of them and won In straight beaU , Borallgbt getting second money easily. Woodford C was withdrawn from the 2:1C : trot , unfinished yesterday , on account of 1 HlcknrfcH. Kspoy Boy , with two heats , opened favorite , but Goers handled Tinlor Cblmeu skillfully and thu VlllagH farm en try won by half a length from the favorite. The 2:20 : trot was won by Marguerite A , the favorite , In straight heats from AIabt-1 Money penny. Summaries : First race , 2:1C : trotting , purse $1,000 ( un- llnlsilitil yesterday ) : Tudor ChlmpH , b. g. ( VII- lagu Kurm entry ) , by Chimes ( Geerai 11 12 ' 1 2 1 1 1 Kspey Boy , blk. h. ( Powell ) 2 2' 1 1 .1 2 2 Stirpol , gr. h. ( Curry ) 3 0 3 S 6 dr Oslun , b. b. ( McDowell.12 S 5 3 I dr Woodford C , b. g. ( Heed ) . . 1 1 2 9 2 dr Guy , ch. b. ( ( Survey ) 4 9 11 10 dr J H C , br. ll. ( Hedrlck ) . . . . 9 6 S 4 ft ilr Avan-i.'b. in. ( Klnnoy ) fi 10 13 fi 7 dr Toxlnu , l > . m. ( Jones ) S 11 12 ds Sister Alice , b. in. ( Mc- Jenry ) 5 3 7 dr Boreal , b. h. ( Ryan ) 7 7 9 7 9 tlr ICIlert , b. g. ( Van BohcleiD.10 4 0 11 10 dr Josephine DIxon , b. m. ( Chandler ) 131310 8 8 dr Time : 2:12i : , 2:13) : } , 2:13 : , 2:14'i : ' , 2:15H : , 2Utt. : o Second race , Douglas stake , 2:11 : trotting , pursu $3,000 ( unfinished from yesterday ) : John Nolan , b. g. , by Prodi gal ( Footo ) 710 111 Pllatus , cb. h. ( McDowell ) 12744 Askey , br. b. ( Hussey ) 41205 Mattie Patterson , b. m. ( Saun- ilers ) 10 5322 Carucalla , b. in.- ( Keys ) S S 9 3 3 Sir Charles , b. h. ( Algcr ) 3 fl 0 C 7 Orutton Boy , b. b. ( Miller ) 9 7 J r U J'B D , blk. g. ( Amos ) 2 3 S S 8 Dlono , b. m. ( Keating ) 5 4 5 dr Stamboulettis , b. h. ( Van Bobe- len ) r 9 10 7 d Time : 2:10 : , 2:09 : , 2OS14. : 2:09',4 : , 2:03. : Third race , the Sulbacb stake , purse $3uw , 2:1S : pacing : Miss Logan , b. in. , by General Lo- gfin ( V. D. Boucher , owner Boucher ) 2 1 1 1 Klatawa , b. c. ( McIIenry ) 1377 Lady of the Manor , cb. in. ( Goers ) 3222 C.irrlo J , li. m. ( Blvens ) 4130 Kvangellne , b. m. ( MeLaughlln ) . . 8 8 S 3 Kgozone , h. b. ( Crutohfleld ) li 7 4 4 Silver Hiil , r. m. ( McDermott ) 7 H B K Hetty G , b. m. ( Thomas ) 5 5 C d Bollwood A , b. in. ( HiiHsey ) ils Long I'olnt , cb. h. ( Follltt ) ds Time : 2:03',4 : , 2OS : < 4 , 2:08 : , 2OS. : Fourth race , 2:20 : trot , purse $1,000 : Marguerite A , cb. m. , by Axtel ( West ) I 1 1 Mabel Monoypenny , gr. m. ( Thomas ) 222 Oakley , b. g. ( French ) 4 I ! 3 John P. Stewart , b. h. ( GUI ) 3 fi 7 Harry , blk. g. ( Ullllnger ) 12 7 d Stislo Howe , gr. in. ( Llsh ) ( Is Hand , cb. g. ( Hill ) 11 8 G Bourbon Benne II , ch. b. ( Jones ) 7 10 10 Monte iiayard , b. g. ( McDowell ) 6 4 d Magglo Anderson , li. m. ( Hunter.10 5 C Bowery Belle , blk. li. ( Laplmin ) < Is Barometer , br.N g. ( Splan ) 1311 4 Fern , ob. in. ( McCowan ) 81311 Bella Bells , b. m. ( Chandler ) 912 9 Doctor French , b. g. ( McKay ) 5 9 S Time : 2:12'/2 : , 2:13 : , 2:11. : Filth race , pacing , 2-year-olds , the Pac ing Matron stake , $1,000 : Uxtacy , b. f. , by Baron Wilkes ( Mar vin ) 1 1 Bonillght , cb. f. ( Ilyan ) 2 2 Bride. Kk'ct , b. f. ( Lisb ) 3 3 Calamity , b. f. ( Brown ) 4 4 Kutlo , b. f. ( Lewis ) 5 d Time : 2:21 : , 2:22. : More VIotorloM for Sloan. ( Copyright. 1SHS , by Press Publishing Co. ) LONDON' , Sept. 28. ( Nrw York World Cablegram Special Telegram. ) Ted Sloan continues to win. Today bo bud throe mounts and finished first In two of thorn. Ills riding wn superb. The odds on bis winning mounts wore the same 9 to 4 while on the loser be rode the bolting was C to 1. It was the second day of the llrst October mooting' at Newmarket. Sloan rode Ellin for the Lorlllurd-Boresford stu- blo. In the Newmarket Welter handicap ol EtiO sovereigns. Seven horses run. The rourso was ono mlle anil eleven yards. Sloan got off well , luld buck until near the llnlsb , then came with a rush und won. Results : The Lorlllurd-Bfresford stables , 3- year-old b. c. Ellin , by Sensation , out of Knuallty I Mr. W. K. Oakley's 3-year-old br. o. Peace and Plenty , by Kcndnl , out of Infanta Pnz The Duke of Westminster's 3-year-old b. o. Calvely , by St. Serf , out of Sand- Iway ; Tlio betting- was 9 to 4 against Kllln. Tlio Reeve , ridden by Sloan , was unplnceil In the six-furlong race , the Great Eastern railway handicap for 3-year-olds. Ton borsos ran In this raco. Sloan's mount fin ished sixth. The horse got off badly , but In the homo run bettered his position. The bolting on Tlio Reeve was G to 1. The Triennial Produce stake wan won by Sir .1. Miller's 3-year-old buy colt Gula- slilel ! ? , with Ted Sloan up. Five horses ran , This Is the second your of the Triennial Produce stakes of 10 sovereigns , each , with 300 sovereigns added and 50 sovereigns for tlio nominator of the winner ; the owner ol the second horse to receive 10 per cent anil iU > per cent on tlio whole stakes. Across tlio Hat. ono mile und two furlongs , the re sult In dotnll Is us follows : Sir J. Miller's 3-your-old b. c. GoJashlels , by Gulopln. out of Tbeba 1 Mr. F. V. Coon's 3-year-old ch. c. Lip- salvo , by Friars Balsam , out of Ited Kimmel ! Lord Durham's 3-year-old b. c. Shurburn , by Sheen , out of Primrose Day ; Tlio betting was 9.to1 . against Galashlels , FHAXIC HUM : MAKHS A IIIO HIT \t > tv YiirkiTM Think Ho AlniOHt lln * UK * l.lKlitM clKlit CliuiniiloiiHlilit. NEW YORK , Sept. 2S.-KM Lavlgne , lightweight champion pugilist of the world , canto very near losing his title to night at the Greater New York Athletic club In a twenty-round bout with Frank Krne of Buffalo. Krno proved a Turin r foi the Suglnaw boxer , who Is not the Lavlgnt of three yours ago by any moans. Krno's wonderful Imnrovi'inont was a surprise tc tlio 7,000 people who witnessed the light i Ho drew Luvlgno to him and sent back as good ns good as ho got In many of Hit rounds , while In some of them be out- pointed tlio champion. It was generally understood that a de don was to be given on points and th < statement made at the end of thu boul that both men bud ugrcod to call It u draw In case the. men jvero good am ! strong at the end of the twenty rounds was a source of keen disappointment to a host of Krno's friends , who looked for n favorable decision. Hud the bout boon de > olded on points Krno certainly would hav got tlio chumplonshlp honors nnd the win- ner's slice of the J5.000 which the clul I bung up for the contest. Tlio men whc paid odds of 3 to 1 on Lavlgne looked slot toward tlio end of the bout , particular ! ) In tin1 lust two rounds , when Krno was getting the better of his opponent , nnd 1 the men wore to moot again even monej would bo the ruling odds. Krne , on bis showing tonight , bus the championship ul most ut hla mercy. I KvoulN nn tinlliinnliiK TrnckH. . NKW YOHK , Sept. SS.-Gruvesend re ' suits : First race , five furlongs : Harmonlcr won , Composer second , Tyrun third. Time Second race , ono mlle : Irish Reel won Clnnslllu second. Tlmo : lilll'.i. Third race , llvo nnd one-half furlongs Whiplash won. The Kentucklun second Huvelo-k third. Time : 1:09. : Fourth rueo , one mlle und a furlong : Sli Walter won , George Keene second , Alncj third. Time : 1:51. : Fifth ruco , six furlongs , Belling : Ton Collins won , Koiimooro second , Blame ] Stone third. Time : 1:14 : * ; . Sixth race , the King's Highway stake ? I burillo , handicap , one and threc-nuurtfi miles : Moslem won , Lady Dainty second Marshall third. Time : 3:19. : CHICAGO , Sept. 2S.-Hurlom results : First race , llvo and one-half furlongs Bella B won , Major Bill second , Jlavclocl third. Time : 1:10. Second nice , ono and ona-slxteenth miles Prlnco Blazes won , Mugkullno second Branch third. Tlmo. l:30't. : Third race , seven furlongs ; Jolly Roge : won. Splrltuelle second , Hardy Purde < third. Time : l:30ij. : Fourth ruce , ono mlle and seventy yards Imp won. Dare 11 second , Carncro third. Tlmo : 1:4 : 4. Fifth race , seven furlongs : Stod won , May W second , Dave Waldo third. Time not taken. Sixth rare , Klx futlonco : Uarrlso won , Lady Jollet second , Abe Furnt third. Tlmo : 1 : 1514. _ ELECT ED BALD PRESIDENT Soeedor * from the LenKiie of .Amer ican Wheelmen Complete OrKiui- Izntloii ill Philadelphia. PHILADELPHIA , Sept. 2S.-The breach between the professional cycle racers und the League of American Wheelmen , which began In Trenton Monday night with the repudlntlton of the league and the forma tion of n temporary organization to bo known , as the National Racing Cyclists' union , was widened tonight when the riders met In this city and formed a permanent organization. Otllrers were elected , a dozen new members were admitted and n schedule of dates for the month of October was de cided upon. The riders also refused abso lutely to take part in the national circuit meet scheduled for Woodslde park for to morrow unless the management repudiates the League of American Wheelmen. The olllrers elected at tonight's meeting were : Kddle Bald , president ; Arthur Gardi ner , vlco president ; Tom Cooper , recording secretary ; Kd Spooner , corresponding sec retary ; F. A. McFarland , treasurer. These officers , together with Karl Klsor and Jay K.'iton , will constitute the board of gov ernors. Thu following professionals were admitted to membership : Mnjor Taylor , Fred and William Sims , A. I. Brown , O. S. Klmlmll , R. S. 1 nompson , Clem and Robert Turvllle. .1. H. McDullle , Joseph Rogers nttd Kd Walsh. The admission of Major Taylor , the colored rider , was opposed by Gardiner , Stephens , McFarland and Becker , who was recently fined $50 for striking Taylor nt Springfield. Tom Cooper , Juy Kuton and "Plugger" BUI Martin warmly espoused the colored crack's cause. To everybody's surprise , when the vote was tukcn , Taylor was accepted unanimously. The schedule of meets urranged nt the meeting follows : October 1 and 5 , at Wash ington ; October Sand 9 , ut St. Louis ; Octo ber 13 and 14 , Capo Glrurdeuu , Mo. ; Octo ber 16 and 17 , St. Louis ; October 19 , Deca- Uir , 111. ; October 23 , Denver ; October 23 , Pueblo. A two-thirds vote will be necessary for the admission of now members. Trainers , when vouched for by riders , are eligible for membership , but have no vote. Repre sentatives of tracks In Philadelphia , Wash ington and Baltlmoro werp present and In vited the rldrrs to attend a meeting of track manucers. IlneliiK t YaiiUtoii. YANKTON , S. D. , Sept. 23. ( Special Tel egram. ) Results of races at the state fair 2:23 'trot , purse $230 : Five entries Em press Wilkes , Bay Bird , Woodforjl K , Choice Wood and Alcoy ; won by Kinpress Wllkes. Best time : 2:23. : 2:45 : pacing , purse $200 : Four entries 1C to 1 , Albert H. Alice C and Magglo S ; won by Albert H. Best time : 2:24Vi. : Running , half mile und repeat , purse $150 : Six entrles-Spolaska , Demand , Klla Pan- zen , Kblnnn , Roekwood and Lalio. Shore ; won by KlU Purzon. Time : 0:51. : IlncoN lit SyriictiMo. SYRACUSE , Neb. , Sept. 2S. ( Special Tel egram. ) The second day of the. Otoe County fair was a success. There was u good crowd and exciting races. 2:25 : pace , purse $100 , best three In live : Queen J won. Best time : 2:22. : Running , one-half mile and repeat , purse $100 : Waxio won. Best tlmo : 2:51. : Tomorrow there will bo a free-for-all trot and 'a green trot , a. foot ball game und a balloon ascension. Knot Hall GumoH. PHILADELPHIA , Sept. 2S.-Foot ball : University of Pennsylvania , 50 ; Gettysburg College. 0. BETHLKHEM , Pa. , Sept. 2S. Lchlgh de feated Rutgers In a foot ball game today. Score. 13 to 0. ITHACA , N. Y. , Sept. 28. The. game with Hamilton on Percy Held this afternoon was un easy victory for Cornell , 4 to 0. Valuable Ilornen Killed. LEXINGTON , Ky. , Sept. 28. An elec trical storm lust night did great damage to property und killed three valuable horses in different parts of the county , Imported Simon Magnus , u noted thor oughbred stallion , a fast trotting filly by General Wilkes and a saddle stallion wen killed. Many buildings were struck. Prize KlKliter In Held. PHILADELPHIA , Sept. 23.-Joe Butler the colored pugilist , who delivered a knock' out blow to "Doc" Payne , "Kid" McCoy' ! sparring partner , on Monday night at tin Arena , was arrested today and held Ir $1,500 bail for court on the charge of aiding and abetting a prize light and assault nne battery upon Payne. Ak-Sur-lleii'N Hull. The final arrangements for the gran coronation and state ball of the Knights c Ak-Sar-I3en to be held at the big Den o Friday evening , October 7 , will be com pleted at a meeting of the floor commute this evening nt the Omaha club. Edwar P. Peck Is chairman of the ball commit tee and most of the young men who acte as floor managers of the coronation ball las year will serve In that capacity again till year. PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS. A. Edlnger of Clark , Wyo. , it , at the Mi1 lard , T. J. Flynn of Denver Is a guest of tbi Mlllard. F. B. Leo at No wYork Is stopping at thi Mlllard. L. M. Fitch of Rome , N. Y. , Is a guest o the Mlllard. , W. N. Ketchum of Chicago is stopping a thMlllard. . L. A. Scowden of London , England , la a the Her Grand. A. S. Sulzberger of New York City 1 at the Millard. Miss Jessie Dickinson Is absent on a shor trip to Chicago. Mrs. Kent K. Hayden of Lincoln Is visit Ing In the city. Charles W. Tomllnson of Kansas City 1 at the Her Grand. N , H. Hurt of Leavenworth , Kan. , Is stop ping at the Mlllard. Hon. E. T. Ware and Mrs. Ware of To peka , Kan. , are nt the Her Grand. James Donahue of Kansas City , genera agent for the Frisco line. Is In Omaha. Dr. Mildred Cllno Is the Rucst of l-.e brother , Russell B. Cllne , on Twenty-flftl street. J. S. Wise of Hazlehurrf , Miss. , Is nt th Murray while spending a Tow days at th exposition. W. T. Rodger and E. T. Gelst , a pair o traveling freight agents from Chicago , ar visitors In the city. J. L. Crawford and wife and Miss Gotts hall of Scranton , Pa. , are among the vis ! tors at the exposition. Mrs. Rhoda Alice Gassago , editor nf lln Journal at Rapid City , S. 1) . , la In the clt ; visiting the exposition. N. S. Boynton , F. W. Stevens and L. K Hoynton of Port Huron , Mich. , are In th city attending the exposition. E. M. Baddy , ono of the clerks at th Paxton , leaves today to take his old posltioi at the Planters nt St. Louis. C. Hecht and wife and Charles Hecht-o Cheyenne are at the .Mlllard and are at tendants upon the exposition. E. Butterlck and daughter , Miss Mary K. of Boston are at the Mlllard and will speni a week visiting the exposition. II. II. Burt and Henry Devlin of Leaven worth , promlcnt mine operators In Kansas are spending a few days at the exposition. John G. Doren and Miss Electra C. Dorei of Dayton , O. , are here to attend the Ni tlonal Library congress and are reglsterci at the Her Grand hotel. Deputy County Treasurer F. II. Bryan has returned from Boston , where he wa attending the sovereign grand lodge , Imle pendent Order Odd Fellows. He come , homo with a very high opinion of Bostoi hospitality. The Odd Fellows' parade 01 Wednesday , he says , was Jour and a hal hours passing n given point. Nebraskans at the hotels : II. S. Palmei Nellgh ; O. O. Carnaban. Grand Island ; H. II Neltzel , Mlnden ; A. W. Atkins. Sidney ; (1 W. Shields. York ; A. W. Johnson. Curtis Charles Young , Basaett ; J. J. Stllion an wife. Atkinson ; R. Q. Klrby , Hastings ; M B. Updike , Harvard ; Ray Julian , Chadron M. M. Hemingway , Clearwater ; Anso Holmes and wife. Chapman ; M. F. Younf Broken Bow ; W. T. Chase. Loup City ; C. \ \ Cunningham , Rule ; E. B. Warner , Nort Platte ; C. N. Baker , Fullerton , Peter Jacobi Hooper ; George K. Converse , Lincoln. Tt I.'PP t C"TUAT OT I f\l'IP MAKES A STOP Al ST , LOUS President Returns East from Omaha bj Way of the Missouri Oity , DECLINES TO STOP ON OUTWARD TRIP Inform * tlio St. I.oiiln People Hit Pri mary and Principal Object In AVcMt IN to VlKlt the KxiM WASHINGTON , Sept. 28. ( Special Tele- gram. ) President McKluley has so changed his trip west to Include n visit to St. Louis on his return from Omaha. The St. Louis delegation endeavored to have the president's day at the Omaha exposition made a day later , or October 13 , but the president would not hear of It for a moment , stating very emphatically he was going west to be present nt the Trnnsmlsslsslppl Exposition and all other side trips were mere Incidents of his visit. Having , however , decided to go to St. Louis , the committee representing the exposition proceeded to change the Itinerary of the presidential train to meet the wishes of the chief executive. As now planned he will go west from Chicago over the Chicago & Northwnstern. Returning ho will use the Burlington system as far as Burlington , la. , and theuco to St. Louis , where ho Is duo on the morning of October 14. On Saturday the president will go to Chicago over the Wabash , as he does not llko to travel on Sunday. The presidential train will be made up of two coaches , combination car and baggage car , and will only carry the president , Mrs. McKlnlcy and members of the cabinet. This will necessitate the running of another train , and to plouso all railroads the Baltimore & Ohio will bo asked to take charge of the Invited guests of the exposition , Including representatives of the army and navy , diplomatic corps nnd government olllclnls. The Milwaukee and Rock Island will handle this train from and to Chicago. In order to complete these arrangements a committee representing the exposition will see Presi dent Cowes of the Baltlmoro & Ohio tomor row. May Ilo In Omnliii Tire DuyH. WASHINGTON , Sept. 28. National Com- mlttecnian Kerens of Missouri , had a second Interview with President McKlnley In order to prevail on the president to visit St. Louis while on his western trip. The president stated , however , that ho has not definitely settled his plans further than already has been outlined , going direct from here , Oc tober 10 , to Omaha. Mr. Kerens stated after the call that he thought the president would remain In Omaha on the 13th as well as the 12th of next month and expected that he would be In St. Louis on the llth , leaving the next morning for Chicago. This part of the president's Itinerary , however , Is subject to a final decision. ( Continued from First Page. ) ernoon , in charge of H. K. Cabanlss , presi dent of the organization and also business manager of the Atlanta Journal. The down town headquarters will be at the MlllarO hotel. The Southwest Missouri Press asso ciation will contain sixty editors In charge of Secretary J. T. Bradshaw , editor of the Lebanon Rustic. They will reach the city at fi:30 : o'clock this evening. Both parties wilt be met at the depot by Press Agcnl Richardson , and \\Mll bo provided with passes lo the grounds. It ! Is probable that as the visitors arrive early , they will visit the ex position tonight and get the location of the grounds and listen to the concert. CIJH KMOMKS I2.\erciHON lit tlio Auditorium Ilurlng Morninganil Afternoon. The Swedish-Americans held exercise : yesterday morning and afternoon In tin Auditorium. The programs were of unusual - usual Interest and were enjoyed by largi audiences at both sessions. The exercise : were opened in the morning by an orgai solo by Prof. A. D. Bodfors of Rock Island 111. Major T. S. Clarkson , on behalf of thi exposition , made the address of welcome Ho was followed by Rev. P , J. Sward president oJ the Augustana synod , whosi address w.-i delivered In Swedish. Mrs Edla Lund of Rock Island , 111. , sang "Dlam FJelccn" and received an enthusiastic en core. The oration of the morning session wai delivered by Prof. O. Olson of Rock Island Ho said he did not believe that It was i hereby to say that the pralrlo schoone has been the most powerful battleship o modern times. It played an Important par In the conquest of Ihe western prairies were roses have been planted Instead osage sago brush and the plains are studdei with clusters of happy homes. From It al there has arisen the White City , a trlumpl of peace more inspiring than the vlctoriei of Santiago or Manila , for there was n glory or honor In store for the pioneer who broke his heartstrings and the tie of neighborly affection and wandered on across the trackless waste to build a nev country and mould the great states o Kansas and Nebraska. Following the oration Mrs. Lund ren dercd another delightful vocal solo. Thi : was followed by the reading of an orlglnn poem written for the occasion by Rev. Lud vlg Holmes of Boone , la. A violin soli by Prof. Franz Xedelen of the Augustam Conservatory of iMusic concluded the. morn Ing exercises. In the afternoon , besides the muslca numbers rendered by the same artists whi appeared on the morning program , two era tlons were delivered. The first was b ; Hon. C. J. A. Erlcson of Boone , la. Hi had chosen for his subject "Sound Mono ; and Finance. " Ho said that this was thi most Important question before the Amerl can people today. Evidences are at ham that prosperity has come , but there cai never bo a true prosperity until the unl of value is established without a doubt Wo must deflno the meaning of the won "dollar" as wo know the meaning o " " " " " . " shouli "mark , "franc , "pound. It mean a gold dollar , good for the merchant the mechanic , the laborer In all lands Spain is now the only country that ha gone back on the gold standard. Blmct alllsin Is not now In vogue in any nation. The second oration of the afternoon wa : by Dr. P. S. Carlson of St. Peter , Minn Ho said in part : Education means the harmonious de velopment of man religious , mental am physical. Its object Is twofold to cnabli man to become what he Is potentially am to fit him for the performance in the bes manner possible of bin duties In life. Mai is what bo knows. Ho must become ac qualutcd with himself. There are twi classes of dutle. those that nil should b able to perform and those that only a fev need be fitted for. Wo all must rcmcmbe that we are a free nation. We know tha rivers of blood have flowed for that free dom of which Washington laid the founds tton , Lincoln struggled for the preservatloi and McKlnley taught to the world. Ou duty Is to nee to it that that liberty is no lost We are not only free but great and utron ; and wo have a duty toward the weak. Le American civilization march with our flai from sea to sea , carrying peace ind happl no38 to the oppressed of every race. We ar a people of the future. If we build well ou nation will last forever. If not , wo shall pas away as have all the other great nations o the world. We are called tiwedlsh-Amerl Circulation Ba Blood Impoverished , Heart Weak , Pulse Irregular , Appetite Gen , Strength Impaired ? If Any or All of This is True , You Should Take , jVliles9 ) Mew fleapt The Great Heart and Blood Tonic. Scarcely a tiny passes that we do not read nn account of tlio HUtlilon tloatli , from heart disease , of Rome prominent pi'rson , who was stricken down with out warning , and while apparently in the best of health and hodlly vljior. Your turn may come next. You may not die suddenly ; but if your heart is not toned up and strengthened , your circulation Improved and your stomach regulated other troubles will carry you off. Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure will do all these and more. It Is a great blood tonic , purifying , vitalizing and en riching it , and sending the elements or health and strength to every nerve , organ and tissue. 'Tor years I suffered with shortness of breath , severe pains In my left slclo and shoulder I had frequent smothering spells and was troubled a great deal with gas on my stomach. I had been treated by a physician , but to no avail , and I decided to cans. But while many of us were born on foreign shores , I believe that I nni safe In saying that we arc as good citizens as can bo found. Wo are not strangers to liberty and wo propose to do our duty by this nation. Wo shall support Its In'iU'jtlous and pay Us taxes. MACCAIJEBS KXJOY T1IHIH HAY. Content Spot oil the ( iron ml * SIicltcrN the KnlKhtn anil l.ndleN. The. Knights and Ladles of the Maccabees chose the coolest spot on the exposition grounds when 'they ' arranged for -tho Ne braska building In which to hold their re ception and Initial meeting yesterday. Cool breezes swept through the halls continuously and there was never1 a mlnuto during the whole afternoon when either speakers or au- dlcnco felt the effects of the withering heat out of doors. The Interior of the building presented a pretty appearance. There were flags galore. Permanent mural decoiratlons , paintings , arms and state emblems were almost hidden by the stars and stripes , which fluttered from every conceivable part of the wall from 'the ' gallery to the arch of the dome. It was long past the itlmo set for the be ginning when State Deputy Supreme Com mander W. W. Hubbard stepped upon the platform to Introduce the first speaker. Sev eral hundred sir knights and their ladles had assembled before 'tho ' rostrum In the ro tunda and were awaiting the appearance of the supreme officers , toe ladles were the cause of the delay. In the parlors of the Pa ton hotel they were holding a levco and reception for the visiting officials. Mrs. A. E. Hopkins , Mrs. J. A. Garllch , Mrs. A. B. Palmer , Mrs. Dr. Clark and Mrs. Davis , serving on the reception committee , were busy Introducing a gathering of 200 members to itho supreme officers from Michigan , and when they had finished they were woefully lalto for the Joint meeting with the sir knights. Commander W. W. Hubbard In a brief In troductory address presented first Dr. n. E. Moss , supreme physician , Port Huron. Dr. Moss's remarks were humorous and kept hla audience In laughter most of the tlmo. In a serious vein ho referred to the marvelous growth of the Maccabees In Nebraska and discussed the benefits of co-operative Insur ance. Ho was followed by Major N. S. Boyn- < on , supreme record keeper , Port Huron , who was Introduced as the "father of the ordor" and delivered an Interesting address on "Tha Maccabees. " At 'this ' point the ladles rcjturned from their reception and Major Boynton yielded the rostrum to them , The speakers wore : Mrs. Lillian M. Hollls- iter , suporeme commander , Detroit , and Miss Blna West , supreme record keeper , Port Huron. The meeting closed with a vocal I solo by Mrs. A. E. Hopkins , August Moy'e ' "A Leaf from the Spray. " IXXKS' IIAM > 'S UOUIILI3 CONCRIITS llrinurktililo Popularity of the OrKiui- Uatlon Freely AttcMteil. Innes and his band have quickly leaped Into popularity. Both concerts , that In the Auditorium In the afternoon at 2 o'clock and the Plaza concert In the evening at 7 o'clock , were attended by largo crowds. The artlstto excellence to which this or ganization has been brought under the lead ership of Its genial director Is something quite new in the history of band music , Yesterday's concerts gave the local musi cians nn opportunity of hearing for the first time a splendid overture In Lltolff's "Les Glrondlns , " which was given by the band with a vigor and delicacy alike Indeacrlba- I ble to those who have not yet heard the playing of this splendid organization. Slg- nor Perfetto's solo on the euphonium dem onstrated at once that the advance enco miums preceding this great player were fully deserved. The "Norwegian Rhapsody , " by Lalo , was another novelty which caught the musicians present , In fact It Is In the constant playing of the compositions here tofore separated from organizations of thin class In which the supreme value as a drawIng - Ing attraction of Innes and his players largely consists. They take people away ) from the beaten track of the ordinary band I and Instead of giving them a succession of pieces played by every band In the country , their repertoire goes Into the domain of the stringed orchestra , at the same tlmo retaln- , Ing nil those things which are brightest | and most exhilarating In that of the con- I cert band. 1 Whether Innes likes trombone playing or not , ho must go on. The audience was In I a fever of enthusiasm after he had finished the Wagner aria , "Evening Star. " Nothing would satisfy them but the playing of an ' additional number which the genial must- i clan reluctantly did. 1C was a great hit. | Tomorrow night has been set aside for the ' giving of an exclusively Wagner program. 1 In special honor of Saturday being Chicago day , Innes has arranged a festival program In which ho will Introduce for the first time here his famous spectacular anvil scene and a batrery of rapid fire electric artillery , which -will be used as an accompaniment to the national airs. Klrrworkn In tin- The grand display of fireworks last evenIng - Ing on the north tract attracted nearly all the people that were on the grounds. Some took seats on the new stand that has been erected facing the tract where the fireworks are displayed and the rest stood or saO on the ground south of the Transporta tion building. Besides the regular and al ways popular bursting sheila and giant flower pots , there were a number of set pieces of considerable merit. The one that caught } he fancy of the crowd most ) was a try Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure. After using a number of bottles 1 was greatly Improved In "health. My appetite noon re turned , those smothered feelings disap peared , and the pain left my side ami shoulder. I have gained In flesh and strength , and although SI years old , feel better than I have before In many years. " MRS. UORLASKA REED , Moravia , N. V. "After suffering for forty years with heart trouble , I became so bad last autumn that everybody thought I must die. 1 could not Ho down and slept in my chair. I roughed a grout deal , hud no appetite for food , was troubled with flatulency and my feet and hands were cold nil the time. My heart would flutter and thump some times slow and heavy , then fast uud light and sometimes I could not feel my pulse beat. A friend recommended Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure and Restorative Nervine , and after using several bottles of each f am pleased to gay that I feel perfectly well. " GEO. II. HURD , .Monroe , Mich. "I had most nevero pains around my heart and would faint and fall wherever I representation of a man wheeling a barrow from ono polo to another along a slack wire. Another pleco of merit was a fountain of flame set In the middle of the pond t'hrow- ' Ing showers of sparks high In the nir to fall hissing Into the water. The display ended with the simultaneous exploding of twenty- flvo flower pot's , sending up batls of flro of all the colors known to the pyrotechnic art. I'ulUiiKT on Froth Krull. Nebraska fruit was on dresa parade yes terday and when the visitors called at the Horticulture building In the morning the ex hibits looked as fresh as though they had Just come In from the orchards and vine yards. Early In the morning Superintendent Youngers and his assistants commenced the work of changing the fruit on the tables and when the doors of the big building swung open everything was In npplo pie order. There was nothing old and stale In sight and as the strangers strolled about the aisles and around the tablet ) they nil decided that this Is ono of the greatest fruit producing states In the union. There were apples , plums , peaches , pears , apricots and grapes as flno as any ever seen and they were In great abundance. Douglas county did not take a back seat for the state , but got to the front with an exhibit that was fresh and new , It having been gathered In by Superintendent Walker during the previous day. The exhibit was not so large ns that shown by the state , but It was just as complete and contained every variety of fruit known to the Inhabitants of the temperate zone. Assistant Superintendent Barnctt of the Illinois exhibit replenished his exhibit with a large Inupply of apples , .pears , peaches , plums and grapes , a considerable quantity of which had been sent on by Treasurer Stanton of the State Horticultural society , who U now m Illinois gathering up a great exhibit that will bo put on for exhibition on Chicago day , as ho Is determined that upon that occasion the state shall not take second place In showing flno fruit. liKlluiiN laiior Ilt-fort ; Croiviln. There were ( Indian dances at the camp both afternoon and evening yesterday and they were attended by a crowd of goodly pro portions. While there was some change In the name of the dance , the music and the step seemed to bo the eatno and those not up In Indian lore were unable to distinguish the difference between the dances put uji yesterday and those seen heretofore. The work of preparation for the reproduc tion of the tragedy wherein Sitting Bull was murdered goes on in a most satisfactory manner to Captain Mercer. With a few more rehearsals he Is of the- opinion that he will bo able to glvo the public an exhibition of Just how the old Sioux war chief lost hla life. I , < -iid mill Zinc liny. JOPLIN , Mo. , Sept. 28. ( Special Tele gram. ) The management of the Omaha ex position has set aside Wednesday , October 19 , as Lead and Zinc day and tonight the Missouri Pacific announced a rate of $5 for the round trip with a limit of seven days. The Plttsburg & Gulf and Memphis are ex pected to meet the rate and an effort will be made to furnish each road COO or more passengers. The people of the mining dis trict of southwest Missouri and southeast Kansas are preparing to make Lead and Zinc day historical. Too 'Much Wlnil tor Illlllnonlnur. It has become apparent that the war bal loon and the Nebraska zephyr cannot do business at the same time. The wind had the call again yesterday and the balloon ascension was consequently called elf , but If there In no llfteen mile per hour breeze this afternoon Captain Yancey declares that ho will glvo an exhibition that will bo well worth tioing miles to see. Llliliy CliiMN DliMvcrn. Don't you forget that the Llbby Glass Blowers are on the West Midway. Say ! wonders never cease , and when you see their glass dress and glass neckties you will sny so yourself. The glass blowing Is marvelous and the engraving wonderful , when you can see the work of a portrait of Washing ton , Buffalo 1)111 ) and Chlqulta engraved on glass ; horses , flan , birds and statuary en graved on glass also. So do not fail to visit this work of wonder and up to date. See this place above all places. Nothing in the United States today llko It. Visit the glass blowers and engravers on the West Midway. Ei- EANon M. TIPHKLL,3711 Powellton Ave. , Philadelphia , writes : "I had inflammatory rheumatism , which waa for weeks so intense that I was unable to walk. J was treated by several prominent physicians , and tried many patent medicines , but without relief. I felt BO much better nfter taking two bottles of S. S. 8. , that I continued the reme dy , and in two months I was cured completely , and have never since had a touch of the disease. " ( Swift's Specific ) is the only remedy which reaches this rmfnfnl disease , nnd is guaranteed purely vecetnblo. Send for valunblo bookn iimileil free by Swift Specific Company , Atlanta , Ga. happened to be. Sometimes thcso fainting spclU would last an hour. I could not sleep at night for the pnln In my heart. I visited my sister , and her husband , who was taking Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure , ad vised me to try U. I did so , and after tisliiR one-half bottle could nee an Improve ment. 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