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The p-Tf";t. mn;t ooniprolipnUp am! ml atJraotho.nnmi.il I'liir on earth
Competition open to the world. Spaiv and entries tree The liberal uemuini
3t rnosv lilieral than over this .ear. One fare round nii on all iailn:nK
3jade e-.neeiall.v fr the ;ro:it St. Lotus l'air.
The all powerful m mnet of l'.iir W.i-k. that attrae'v lmn.ln-d- of tlmu-
oandx of isltorx to st Louis, wheto a rval -volenm.' await- all who will
entoy the inatiifold attractions, of the Creat St Loins l'air. e.nnliiiied with
St. Lotus's proverbial hospitality so lavishly di-plajed in her rail le-tiilies.
HAGHIFICENT AGGRE6ATIQH OF BRiLLIfiHT FEATURES THS3 Y5AR.
The most elaborate and otten-Ie clul.its in Agrii-nltim', Hortietiltnre. Ma
chinerv. Farm Impl.'ini'iits. Dairy I'roduet-. Print-. Ve-eiall- and the most
arti-tir displays, ever -een of woman's work in the Textile Department.
The loading LIVH STOCK SHOW OI" AMWtlCA. lirl:t?iiiK in duvet com
petition the choicest IilooiM stock of the leading breeders of this or any
The Poultry Show !k coneeiledly the most attractive and thoroughly tep
reventativc 111 the world. There will lie G,ih0 birds of hish feather on exhibi
tion. Thr leading manufacturers of all character of nsrirtiUur.il implements will
hive nn impressive dl-pl.iy of their new and improved Machinery and mo-t
ROBERT AULL, President
AMUSED THE G10WD
JvrsiiKcnre, the Hot Favorite, Tool:
the Inner Kail Instead of
TONTO WON PULLED DOUBLE.
Tayon Got the Verdict Over Alice
Turner in a Desperate Drive
Dominick Was on
Negligence, a much-vaunted tlmber-top-rer
from Chicago, amused tho large crowd
at Klnloch and disappointed his bickers tn
his first attempt to scale the bush-topped
fences ct tho county track.
For a hori that has b-en started over
the Jumps. Negligence made a sorry show
ins Tne smart yet had It that the new
comer was a timber-topier for true and
wagered their money en the naff at pro
hibitive odds with as much confidence as
If the rae had almost been finished and
5ligncQ was seen clearing the last ob
fctstl Titus and Torto wcr off In front, and
thej took the first hurdle like a team. Neg.
llKenc-. slow to get Into his stride, started
aftfr his field, and he went oter the sticks
&5 thcugh he hod betn reared In tho
Count KiM.oe. On the flat between the
Jumps he ran pat his horses as thoush
hey were standing still. He came at the
jecond jump at full opeed. When he should
hae made his take-on" he turned half
way around, out over In front of Titus and
cleared tht Inner rail with the ease and
rac of a grehound. He camj jrctty
uenr carrjing Titus o-cr with him."
Barton, who was up, had a world of
trouble preventing his mount from run
Jiirg rampant or the newly plowed Infield,
hut finallv managi-d to get him to the
gte which ltd to the track. Although the
other hor-es were furlongs to the Kood.
J'arton d'd not loe ho;o, but sent the
r.tnrlt along again at a merry pace He
Wfnt to the hurdle at the loner turn as
though he was nniihing a half-mil" dah
When he came to the fence he propied
Khorl. and Uarton had to struggle to hold
his seat After -eteral :Torts ne managed
to get oer, tut then quit cold and refu-d
to go any furthei. Tonto ctnd T.tus laied
t jgether to tht last jump, when Uratton'.s
ihamplon pulled away ami won in a romp.
Pred Cook and Dominick was .1 winning
combination -strda. The former won
two purses with John A Morris and Tayon,
whilo tils jock-y piloted four of the win
ners. The -leer llghtw-elght was forced
to do his test en three of the winner". He
got Laureate off In a good position and rat
ed him along within hi-iong di-tance of
the Mretch when he came along and won
It took all his skill to put Taj on past the
pest In front.
Cooks uood 3-j ear-old almost met his
match In Alice Turner, who ran a surpris
ingly good race. The pair fumishel th
bt race of tne da, both from a spe-u-latie
and time standpoint.
The filly made the pace all the way. and.
turnlne the stretch, the had an advantage
of two lengths, but was tired and fager 10
quit Hasin&r kpt working on her with
his whip otid spurs, and tlie game little
trt.'k came asain when Tayon challenged
The pair locked horns at the eighth pole,
and It was a oo-perate -trugglc to the wire
nrst one head appeared in iront and tht.'i
tlie ot.irr V lth .1 sjpernuman 1 ifort Doai
Irlck manaEe.1 10 get the .ruct for hi
mount h a s-hnrt head It was .1 prcttv
tinL-li and a popu.ai lctor. as the winner
wan a heaii backed l.iAorlte at even
money The knowing ones had Turner for a
good thing, and tneir money forced her
I rice from 7 to 2 to 5 to 2.
Domlnlck's hustling ride on III-Kollor
managed to make mat rank quitter fctay
ln front long tnmgh to win the closing
event, which was at seven furlong-, lii
Kollor s orchtd the track In the early
ftaKes, and. entering the stretch, had an
advantage of oer a half dozen lengtln. At
the eighth pole ho j-.houd signs of distress
and was anxioi.9 to nun. but he receiwl
en unmcrcilul rlogglng. and this made him
frtlck to his task long ejiough to get the
ttrat rtr. fix furloncs John A. Morris. 117
IXmlnlck. 9 to at. nor., KutcnU lck, ttl
U owell( to 1. srctinU, vjWeeL ap.rel. SJ ICo
liurn). : t t. third Time. I 14 4 "e Tru. o
liKnuin ani lte llnimble also ran.
cond rao. six furlongs Oindunnan. ?5
Udssir-sr). s tt I. wen. OLu, IVt Houell). 5
to 1. Mjond. Urlearn. 112 itH.minlck). 4 t 1,
tt rd Timt 1 lji4 tant Jim. Ton lapping.
ilarc Gkn IVjn and Tr IllHck Jtn also ran.
Third lace, on and one-ig.ith mIl-lureA .
s t)omlnicki. 11 to Kt, won, l 10 Wed. lit ilto
landl 5 to 2. s-cond, -itcl 33 (WatMnl, to
1 third Ttir.e. lj. Guide Itoci. and Joo Uough
ty Hl'a ran.
Fourth r e. one and one-half mil s. h jrdle
jento HZ b3jghli:. 5 to ;. W"n. Tims. iy
tlJcyd). u to 1. Kcon.l. Francis I'u;. iZi 1C0.
nr. 5 to 2. third. Time. 2 s3. eligtnco anj
Icnozetta aio ran
tifth ra e. one mileTaon. 102 Iomlnicki.
een. v, m Aile Turur. fft IJjs.-Ineer. lr :o
, second Hi .Sock-, r :0 K ilathews). to 1.
third T me 141- llojul feterllig and ld Ixvl
Jont atw ran.
S:rih rac. wven furlongs III-KoIlar. 3! tvim-Srn-kl.
11 to 2. v. in, -Magsle Uails, U (J tvI
, 3 to L tcond. Halliard. 1ft. K. Jlithes.
J! 10 1, third. Time. l.2. ileddlcsjme. Kin
&t& -nd Kmiteln aL-o ran.
Jlondny Card at Klnlocli I'ark.
First race. seJlnc. one and a Quarter mile.
41S Sund .-sense Ml , 4 ttomez IK
lJi Joe Gamruage 104 1 i. lr-aMniiii Ivi
Kti.J-ik . . .. 101 I iC l.rav Korge ....!'
3 lUmlro II ....toil 10 Kugmla & Ml
M I'inar dl Itlo -Jl I u-J Iov. Hod 101
Record race, pure, four and a half furlongs. 2-
4J:) lalna Greeno.
.l UlacKfo-d ....
irS 197 lllsa Aubrey ...MI
Wi ;3 l)c-nna Hell 3d.
Ais ltT liirdte Stone... .10.
.0J 103 .Minion 11S
..Mi 107 Small Jack....iL
.165 S3 Orleans i"
Third race, selling- n and a nuarter miles.
JV5 J'm Conway ....lul
Tit Nan lWra ill
MS lnuendo 11
I Fox liard J7
111 Zaiel 1
ft Hrldceton .. ..101
18 Henry of Fnuit
n amar 101
W2) El 1 jm 111
Fourth race telling, three-quarters of a mile
.1 T.nl-n. .a
po lie True so
lj Meet Capornl . .
HI Jlagcle UavLs... .
1 Master Mariner. P
4 Snl VVIckis .... S
J Tom foliina ... to
- -. 01 aes . id I
"ih race, sttllng. one nlle:
-.. Jim w .. .Mti mo Alvln vr. Ml
i rter Duryca .. ) I S3 Tom Ollmoro ... St
U TlcVful . 5S 23ft Caprrn JS
ill MeddleFomn ....It! UOe) Glen laka luu
iJUy Gyde .... SI
f xt'i ra rrse, thrre-iuarterss of .1 mil:
1 ..llems-i .. li,; 11: 111 N. k Kr .. .. t
. . J itat-rr .IT'. ImiiM, t . ..
I Ik- Ivt.hl t: is.!) I! .. . 1 7
I..'ne dip ... u;i '3 Frank I'rtl !
Fjlr Cr unds.
liir u.s iimii.v itKA'ir.v.
Ilifh Almse.I .lliirr- Finish. mI .etrntli
In tlie Orriil.-nt.it llunllra:.
Now York. KepL 22. -A tig half-holiday
crow.l took advantage of the bright, cool
weiiher and .1 strong card to Mural tho
racing at Oracscnd to-di. The ti. ttins
was t-plritcd. Those who tried to puk the
winners had a disastrous day. only two fn
oritts finishing In front, imp. too, was
bt.ttt.ri. and badly octien, and as she U a
rublic Idol, tho Miiall bettors lo-t to a man.
fche i.m fvtnth In the 1K-1Idcnt.1l lIandlL.it,
which was the finture of the d.i s cird.
She was at top weight, conceding five points
to eer thing In the race, and et she w.11
ctrongij supported JlcJojnt was up, and
he could not get her out In front, although
she bore the brunt of the pacemaklng. Kir-it
Jack I'olnt raced with her. then Chaientus:
then on the far turn tl.e dropped back ai.d
tinirhed In the ruck Hardls- ttu n mad her
bid and led for a tew -.trldt-s, but I'lnK Coat,
who had Ulcii well up all the w.ij. took the
track as the rounded into the tret h and
was never headed, winning, ruidtn out, by a
length and a. htlf from Jack I'olnt, who
iloM-d rt-solutdy in tne stretch. Chirentus
was third, a head before Hardly.
Colortl 1'jdden won the VI itlands Stakei.
leading all the wax and winning, nil out.
half a length befoie Auiollght. He was f.i
onte in the betting. The summaries.
Flret ra e, selling, ftbour t-lj. and one half ."ur
lcrca Godirj. 1' 4 V-dder-irunui. t tc 1 and
s to 1. won. FuiuJ, li- iWiluant-i s to - and
tien. tw.inJ, Lielr Karl. 113 ll'ui . 4 to 1 ar.l
to j. third Tlnar. 1.14 4- aldULeH. Flaunt,
Dwnr.,rtli. I inchfr and lllarne-t nd alo ran.
f-eoenJ rat., mile and e.mt jards Mar
Ilr.sht 11 tCKliin). 7 to 1 and 2 to 1. won. King
llanr)t-oin. 113 ilumeri, 7 to . and 6 to a sec
ond Autumn, HZ i-.iiavvi j tn S and 3 t, j
third Time 111 Kavilklnn ck. Fir-t Vhlp.
Amjuith a-. J AriLiintc al--o rin.
Thirl race, tie 1 latland. t.,ake -ldn?. Sl
furlonisr c ilonel 1'adlcn. 113 oUck). 2 to 1 and
4 to .. won, Autt light, nc (Ocmnori. j.1 to 1
i.nd M tti 1, ev ind. klmtxKj, in Lal 1, l. to
1 and 3 tn 1, third. Time, ; 1--,. Anile Th mi
on TUamor Mauga. tatare. IUlo. l"as and
I?ciL(.h also ran.
Koutth rac. Oecldental Hindlcnp. ml! and n
runong Pink r.it. lu itiutnti. 4 to 1 ,.ri s to
b. won. Jack I'r.lnt. 115 (William-) 1 to 1 an 1
2 to 1, seen d. t"harentu. tin k Connor. 7 to 1
and i to r tilrd Time 1 SS 4-5 llar.l.r 11:
of Troy. The Roman. Imp. General Mire Gary
Fifth rate, live furlonc The Wijtit. 110
0 ('(i-inorl. I to 1 an.4 !, m 5 irte Ti.. hm
i 'hooter Ho iMcfuei. : to 1 an.J ;. 'to i, ecMdl.
j T.mpkton. IK C.Mlllam. 1". t 1 and to t
I .til.! Tl. 1 nt a - , 11 ... ..
; : . . ' "' . ii.iirj i lay. jtve.
Remind. Happti fcker. A id 11 ignus Tr lie
L'anci nHJ. Tiiser. Anna Harlmg. 1-arnelij.n'
t r--ln.ater am! Grjld--iia als. run
xth raie, selling, one -11,1 one-xixteenth miles
The Amazrn. ut Miiwi 6 to aid 2 ti e
w n. Cos.iwr.utto 1. 111. iSr-fneert. 4 to 1 cnt
to 5. srecni. Hinaldo. 1. i annonl. to 1 nnl 3
to 1 third Time, 1 u 4-5 MarIo,l of Dire
ore-k Queen, 12in -ont? and e.-.-rjge al-o ra-i'
oiiMiT mon i.. n mors imivn.
The I..sdy tlnile Iler Hustle to Win the
Hn tliiini- IliiniUmi.
Chicago. HI.. Sept. 22.-The chief attrac
tion of the programme at Hawthorne to-day
was the full-cour-e -tf eilechn.i. Thetn
Wire ix starters On account of the tecer.t
Miowlng of Sallust of the Kaaterti jumper.s
.,' flaf" , "Vidp ,he favorite at 31 to J. with
Hecky Rolf- and Mr. Dunlap .-qiial .a. o:ut
Lhoic.s at 16 to 3 Beck;, r.olfe was much
tlit best and shnplj romped home, eased
tip. Mr. Hunlap got the plaie by two
One of the grandest contests eer wlt-ni-seI
nn a local track was een In the
fuih race, in which etry hors- looked to
have a chance. The bookmakers retu-d to
lav long odd- against aa nt the- seven
starttrs Ohnet was f.norite at 11 to .".
with .". to 1 on the rest WIkii the stretch
w.ib irtiLhetl thtre was a furious drive
Ohnet bt.uing out Th l.adv by .1 Iiair, and
I lorizar was third, haif a length from the
I'recuror The- time. 1 K'-, was vcr fas.
considering the condition "of the track
heavy The summaries
First raie. one in!l -Pint J. 5T tHjchmaii
1. 1" 1. wxi. lllKhlm.l la.d i ninknel.li, r.
to 1". se.-..no. Liar I'.nntrr. l-jl (Dupeei. ; to I.
thnl Time IIP,. Irlrti Jewel , eitic liardl
Onentiro. Dagmur and I.-itehkev alM nn
s-eon-t race, one ni ,Hiani Ark 95 tj
llartin, 2 to 1. won. Icenl. S; ilu, hinani, T to
i..td'roTfn.IT4rn''11-:01 ivua,"-5 to
llurrv. Uticahj-j. tn Orlente. m. b;uc: Tin
Comricror laglit ilall md Inpromt.tn aisn rn
.. .5lr'1. rarT- "eeplechase full murre-Rei-ky
..".t,'.ii. " J"hnsn). 1 to r. won. Mr ljnlip.
aII litnxlej). 1 to j. .--Mid. S.llust It.", tiail-
'"',' l',; Mr1. ?lmt- 1-!'"' Coronatus.
Man.nl.. ant Iist Fllow a1-" -in
.J'0"'' ra, 6x" "a1 a hilf furl,.n;s UuriTn
10. iWinktiekli l: to won Wild Pirate tl)
ikanei ly 10 1. n. ind. Ilarlara M 1 1; iIvlVvi
. t. 1 ihira Tin..- i-on, Fan.vwfm.1 Tjr
Wall Uancirltne H 1.-. ra-k. Allien F le-ve
Jlrclnez and Watiri aKo ran
Tifth rai-e. nlle ami an eiahu, hir.dlcap-Ohnet.
tn dtuchsnan). u to 5. wn, -n-e 1.1,11 ;,
(Ilerceo) a to 1 wv,n I Fl.3rljar. V l InkDeMl.
'.Al2- ,hlM T!m" ' v,l- rre,ur.r IMnochle
Arthur .-enan and Thrive also nn
.Mlh race, himlleip. ,u f Jri,.nK9 Ueidnater
1 (tluchansn) 3 to 1 won, A-.!e. in iTalleyi"
4 to 1. second, liessle Macklln, 10u J T Wwd-l'
5 i.". ' i.To1"- .' ,,,- Hermoso. I!ti
Idl and IeJu.Hi-e al.o ran
Seventh race. Ole Bnd a Mlf miles, selllnir
rraneib!., -4 tTalleti. 3 to 2 won. Aloha II 93
ourTiitiiKiil , 111 o. yeroiu. ITepor lv llflle 1
to 1 third. Tine. 2 35 ITiktn. Oxnsrd. Invcr
ary If. Holl Vp and IMahere also ran.
ciioichs nnvTi:v at Windsor.
Hnoknuikrrs Col the Itest of a Holtilny
Detroit. Sept. 22. It was the bookmakers'
holiday at Windsor to-d.iy. only one nt tho
public rho'ecs coming homo In front. The
Fitst r-ice, relllnir. one ulle Masher MS nto)
3 to 1 won: 1) mothei -. K.3 ilialli. 4 to 1. we
ft d Mejgs. 1115 d.jn. h) to 1 third Time.
1 5l, Itrothcr trril. Cro"jtmoIlna. Ixh Fine an I
b'si-t oee alto Ian
'-"in! race, seven furIonc Urnma c I... 1W
AVorcderlv 2 to 1. won Ku.nl -n. iHoolier). 8
!' i., fe.-init. John Vrt'nhv - (111 k n to l.
tl Ira lime. 1 -SI. Oull-o and Ferraunt aI.o ran
Third raci. one and one-, mhth mli.s Il'imm.
r'a S7 Munihv) . to 1 won. 1'intas). HI
(Illcko. 2 to 1 secord, Dnulle Dumrpv Ml
dhiokerl. vin, third 1 mi 1.".; lleau Ideal
AH rt ale and 3rjionset al-o ran
Fiurth rare six full np- Innovator, 1ft
H.Mt.i) T to ft. won: Joe Martin M (Akcr), Vi
to 5. won- L..ii! 1 ono. If.) iJbyuadO 10 to 1
tnlrd Time, 1 11j. Cormorant and HnrM alto
riflh race, fcning. mile -Vlrgie 1 , 1117 (tVn
derlv). 7 to 1, won Flag cf Ttu. e, lfa M,-.
Qusde), J to 2. sreond. Ilarrv I.uee-i-o. D7 (I'- k-
r) 7 to J. th.r! rime 1 . iK- Fe-ri.h
Trinre Zeno. Ohintni aid Dett aN.v nn.
plxth rafe seillncr. Mven furlonca ilre-t 5S
(Aker). S to 2. seconl. I'llirlrv K.e., t3 ylnT.
tlv). 4 tn 1. seeon i Flora Iinlel. -vi tvoni, r
iv) 5 to 2. thlnl Time. 1 W. Tamerlln. lval
Prlr.re SirathlirsTK. Alelalde Cassingham and
lot.nie JIald als ran.
Itrsiilts nt l"ort llrli.
ItufTalo N. Y.. Sept. 22. Weather clear, traek
heavy The summaries-
First tace four and a half fu-loncs Uttio
Joe Won. Claude Walton. Feond. Dovsle third.
i.eivnd race, seiun, five and a htlf farIoic
TtitKiunti won, Tatker. second. Virginia, third
Time. 1 13.
Third raLe, handlcaji. on mile ifred 'sr
grave i-nn lutter Scotch, "s-contl: Iimri GVb
third Time. 1 47.
Fourth race, selling, seven furlongs riy Georce
wen Hansliorough second: Wild Het. third.
Time. 1 -4
Fifth rice, five fiirlones-Orav JVillp woi;
Itirr, second; Mnccle W . third. Time 1 ffiR,
Mxth race. Mlling. six furlrnas Iarl won
Momentum, second: Annie Lauretta, third. Time
Mint Himself liy Ari-Idrnt.
Virdcn. 111.. S-'pt. 22. Clarence Young,
nged 11. shot and fatallv wounded himself
this afternoon, while playlns with an old
FAIR OPENS OCTOBER 1, CLOSES OCTOBER .
Will hae the largest number of ring-, the brightest feature- and the iim-t libenil prizes ever offered at any Pair. This
jear it will be a world hi, -iter.
'J ho ea maze I partmeiit will have vehi.'les of -ill character, design and manufaeturo front Maine to Manila.
The entries are nearly double tlm-e of jireimu- Mar- a redid wlm-h -peaks for it-elf.
Note the magnitude, iii.iuitu enee and magneti-m of the spiel.il attracllon- this glorious year of 10H.
A m.iri.-id of hih i la eeni-.
rourd.ijs' tlraiid Trottins Meeting, besinivng Tuesday. October 'J. and clo-lng Friday, October ."., on the un
Fiirpa. insl beauliful mile course. The ta-tc-t harness hor-es in the West will compete.
Match race for 5T.'hi(k. between the celebrated .mil popular stallion. Joe I'ati-hen. record 2-01 ',. and the phe
nomenal California pacer. Anaconda, record L'.o1... will lake plate on mile tnuK, either Wednesday or "I'.ig Thurs
d.t.v" of Pair Week.
Or.nnl Inteinationil ,ont.-t for tile hampion-lup or the vv.nM, Motor C. ee- and Motor Triejeles, between the
hauipiou or l'i-une, Mon-. Albeit Champion and Kenneth A. Skinner, or Po-ioii. ehampiou r America.
one mile, nve mile and tweiitj lUc mile race-, on Hie mile tra! k. These mat lune-are whirlwinds of speed, and
last weik at Clm-.io made a mile n 1 leinule second-. There will iN,, be a mile ni.e bet neon Mon-. Albert Cham
pion ami a thoroughbred race Iim-e, the hoi-e to rece-ie a start of about one eighth of a mile.
These novel, ititeie-ting and sjicdj contest- will take pine Uedno-day. October::, and "Hig Thursday," Oc
tober 1. lutor-rito Automobile r-t. e between P.uffalo and Si. Loin- ma hliie. fifteen mile-, on the mile track.
2iomi, o"ioiu:it i. inii:-iiNoi:i:i niii.t)ni: - i-. am iiii.iiiii:n .mn nr.n rum:.
COPLUTE LIST OF ENTRIES TO
USE FAIR GROUNDS EMRNESS RACES.
T"oI!o-ving .-"-e the entries to the harness
races at tho Fair Oround- during the St.
Louit. r.nr; In at.-, thru- in live.
1 Admlnl pjinoiF, br g, by I'onc De Ion;
Iiv..or e. NU Kail.
2 dn ever. br. . by Tleo, (i .. Fl.vtt.
j. i u-wtle A.. J W. Hutchinson.
4 Winwowd, b g . li Airovvwood, H. It.
iiamli. b. k. b riodlnl, I. J McAvoy.
b ..urmcua, o
m. by .Serve!! Chief, o. I).
Juro T.. b. m- br Iowa ChleJ. O. I. Ames.
s Graele T, b. in, b Ga-ne Onward, 11.
in-s I.ycursu. b. n, by Lycurgus, C, J.
W iipppergrae.. b. g.. by AlladJln; II. J.
11 merlgo. b. s, ,y Governor Stanford; J. H.
12. Ida Sultan, br. m.. by Kirs Hu'.tan; P. C
2 -IS Tl'.OT
1. Illrpoltte. b. m . ti Alladdln: Rdw Cornet.
2 Aanural t-vmiit-. I r. g.. tj lonce l)e 1-vn;
laiudon A. 2ieKall.
2 11 irry letiinans. b. g., by Iivencro; A. V.
la l.h J
4 hi llmec. ch. . by Nutmeg, lMw. Orr.
5. tireever. b-. s . by i'leo. i. A. Flstt.
t. leei-. b g. b tv-rp. J I Hammett
7 Wmwood. b. g, b Arrottwood.il M Itaum.
v. V. W. Hatptr. tr. g . bv l'cgasu; Oai
W . u h
' l!a Sultan, br. m. by King frult.in; S. C.
lit Nelly Grove, b. m . by llajpy H-lr; C W".
11 Normeda. Jl m., by Norvell Ch'ef; O. D.
12. Juno T. b. m.. by Io-na Chief. O I. Amw
13. lomlnan, b t. . br Maecot. Y It. Mills.
It Jim w Ikes. ir. ch. t, by Jim Wilkes;
W G-atle T. b. in., by Game Onward, II.
1. Thtt Admlnl, b. g., by Mascot, John IV.n
17. lwt.r l'rlee. b. g.; J W. Killir
Is Amtrlgo. b. s., by Goveinor Manford: John
13 .Mls Dell, ra.. bv Delmirch, A. J. Meal.
.-" Alit. li. ttu. ty Fnnk 1'. 1'orter, A.
21 Henry Grady, WVr .t Harlsn.
2 21 TJtOT
1 Itlppollt". b m . b y Aladdin: Hdwr. CcrnT.
2. Marcus b g , b Uelmarch, A W. lairnhv.
2. Ilarrj eolnans. b. g. by Uivengro. A W.
i Greever. br. r.. bj I'lco; G A Fl-itt.
U. re-rv. b. g.. ti caraji. J P Hvmmett.
ft. J:n C. . b. s , b iltley ileilum: Kdxar
7 bei licit, b r., by Xodaw-aj , Wm. Moer-E.-hel
s A W. H-vrrer, br. g . by Fcganus: Qem
I -rmont. bv Ie Woo.1: W' S Hllltday.
11. llila 1.. sp m. la Armagh. J K Tu-kr.
It. Ahford. b e , ty Mambrino I'rloce, J. H
12. Doctor T'r-ce. b. g . J. W. 1-1 Bar.
K ::i-s Dell. . m . by l-eltncnt, A. J. Mead
14 llallle 11 11. b. 10. ly St Bells Itoy. Y.
J Ilrow It.
1; Indron. Jr. br r. by Dcdron. Thos. Mc
Farland It Alit. blk. m , by Frank f. rort-r. A. TulIIs.
2 23 TKOT
1 Marcu b g , bv rmaril,, , y. X,n-l-y
2 ltile v! . b. a. b Illlej Mi-Jlilm, hdjar
J 1 Ivrei e It , b. ni . by Patenter. J. Thomas
4 1to Artful, bv Vatlenn. F W Norris
'. J.11 Hi It. l g . tiv Nodaway. Win. Moer-
i'n a-de. gr. m , by Con luetor. I n.
W t ler
7 liiul, b c. Iiv I.ubin. J. If. Ililcht.
s lionna iiedliim. b g , bj 11I M-sllum: O
J Kirg Mack. b. r. by Mart-eth. U relhrlik.
1- Armiti. li c . by Jerome W . A. S. Owen.
11 Miy Hiocm b s : Wm. Ktrtj
U Vmmtn Allertoti. I r. s. by Allenoi:
Y' uncreen llrv.
ir 1 eemoit. by I.ee W001I: W. s. Hilll.lij
II llila I.. p tn, bv Armagh. J It. fucker
Mieei ' fimbria.! 1'rlnce. J. it.
15 .w M-irket. f. g, ly Ilaron W ; C. W.
17 sunbeam, b. g . by Ha.T.b. TriIIes: F T.
I ow b r
H Parlorlce, b. 5. by Factolus. V. T. Fowler
1 n,ui n. Jr. Lr s . bl Hedrun. Theman
J Hacwood. ch. s. by Nutwood; S. K. Mc
2i Mtnj-rn. b s., by Itobert MLGreror; John
Tt ieiimeg ch . by Nutmeg- Edward On.
2 , a-atil-i. by Conductor. 1. K. W heeler.
3 Iud b z by lalblrs, J. It lirleht.
t iunna Medium, b. g . by 1'IIot Medium,
K v in?
". AI S.nlth tr. g. by Pumas: I. Ppellbrlix
Mil Huirae. b p. b) Dumas, V. fpell
btink 7 New Market, r g. by Haron W'.; C. W".
Geo. Muccvlte, b. c, by Muscovite; i"hl
! Minbam. b. g. by Hamb W'llnes. r. T.
Ifl Facloilre b v. r.lrtolus: 1" T Fowlee
11 Mien owl. ch s. by 2utwtwd. P 17. Me
1 Jim I-sIev. b g . A. VT leinclej.
13. Ma Hlo.t,. m. b g . V. m Kltle
11 Fieddle F. b m . bj Nltroken; Ell Hall
2 n iaci:.
1 Teah b. m . by Wllkeswxed; A. n T. Hoff
man. 2. Sir Alcantara, ch. e . by Alcantnra; A. VT.
3 IJttl" Stuaw. blk. m , by Kevranes Itoy; F.
O C. iJeluirp
4 Dell S.. b. c. by Dehore; H. M Ftorkllgs
3 Idik Wllkis. b s . by Toung Wilkes. Fmtth
. i-ophla. b. m . by Andenon Wilkes; W II.
7 Robert Willies. Hie .. by Idio Wilkes: O. D.
v Helle Meiltum. b. m , by Frlncn Mellum; St.
Dt i.kt -toi
3 Tauteniaek. b g.. by Mascot: J. P. Ham
M Hr-i Abdaltah. b. s.. by Abdallah Itruco;
It.v 1 1 met
It The Hero, br il. by narsda: A. A. Nea!
12 talv cf tho Vallej. blk. m.. by Haven; W".
r Iila. k niot. blk h. by Tilot Gift: A. It.
14 Mark Derby, b. g . by John Thomas; C. P.
1; Flowing Tide. .. m.. hj. j.-or,.,,!; James
p. Therc.i Wtlk-s. bin. ri.. by Ilaron rosey;
J. D. X J II r-Mem in
17 i.ak Grove, I,, t, by A-h Grove: F. E.
. IS Harry C. b s . hy Ojmus. Thomas MeFar
latil U. J'riclmont. b. c., by Aleirront: Iai Greene,
1 Tf.ih. b. n . by Wllkcwool: A. n. T.
2 Iell g.. b g. by Delcore. H M sto-ltinr
3 Hon Dclrha. b. m , ly Wrestler, O. It.
4 Nonamle. h m.. by General Dojle; I I'.
3 Monet, b'k. g. Ijy Walnut Itoy; N. J.
Cob m in
fi Frank Minictt. h. g, by !?ontlcus; Win.
7 Adam b g , by Alladdln: Geo Knot
5 lietlei Jbdlum, b. m.. b lYInce Mellum; P.
? Taubernack, b. g. by Macot; J. 1. Ilsm
mett M Tbe Hero, tr -. by lUrada; A. A Neal
11 I2!v of the Valley. t!k. m.. liy Itvin. W.
12 Itlack Pilot, blk. m , by I'ilot Gift. .v R
13 Nester. br. g , bv I. meat Wilkes, J P.
II I-idv- Wilkes, gr. n., by Commc-tore Wilkes;
1; ItotrfTt C, gr. g. by Tennessee, Hal; It.
15 TTeress Wilkes, hik. m., j,y Baron Fosey;
J. t) A: J n. Coleman
17 Ji.per h g. by Tele W.; - Vauchn
is Tnd Williams, gr. g, by Doet-r Jarrett;
Iji Greene. Jr
IS E. W b. g, by Ernet Wilkes; C. E.
1 Ncnamie, b. m . by General Boyle; U. P.
2 Jo.eph n. br. g.. by Walnut Hoy; W. A.
2 Itose Itussell. b. tn.. by Kanarls; W. II. Mar
shall 4 Monnut. tlk. g.. by Walnut Hoj . N". J. Col
man 5 mark Kid, blk g.. bv Iltvonet. W. P. Wall.
Al West, Jr.. b. g, by Hay Starr; U Spell
blink 7. Uen H. C, b. g.; O. D. Araej,
CEB3ERL ADfSSSIG 50 CEstfTS.;
fi Fvlvla WoMrord. br r-. by Wood.'oril
Wiik - I Ami.
Ite l-lallah. li s. ty Mulllllh Il-uce; l.d
w ..nl 1 rm t
I 'little, b. m. bv Alben M.; J. 27. Ieing
II 1-reil T Mora?, gr. g , ty M-irk DLson; J. I).
. U ltl.ly S.. rn. g., by On'H'iKht: Wltllin
13 llltrk Pilot, blk. h.. by Tllot Gift; A. B
blLingbsi II Luiideen. blk. h., bv Allenoi, Youngreen
U I:. W. b. g.. by la-nest Wilkes; C fk
In Iaidy Wilkes, gr. m.. by Commriliro Wllk's,
K. Ikirun Nuptlr.e, bv Nuptlr.e; C. W. Wood.
1 ruiiv k : 11 Li. jester.
M TbLresa Wilkes, blk. in., by Itaroi Josey, J.
I ft J. II. Coleman
M. .ilnette. b m.. by Free Colnaste; E. T. Pet
ton .V iM-Il.
21. Mississippi Klrc. K s., ly Tinn. Wilkes. C.
22. Mi.nr.ie llelle. b. m., bv LKkhart: W. C.
23. Kllt Ke.ter, gr. m., by CoT.modore Wilkes;
It J. Knt.r.
21 Ne.ter, br. g., by Ernest Wilkes; J. S.
2-. Henry Grady. We.t A Harlan.
1. Pnsat!oi. b. g. by Mlver Heels; Doctor
J 51. .-loan
2 R se Kursell, b. m., by Kanarls: W". H.
3. Turn Keller, b s. by Hafpy Heir; W. T.
4 Tony K., blk. g.. ty Oneida; A. W.
5 IMack Kid, blk. g., ly IJa;onet; W. 1'.
fi Florence Onward, ch, m., by Game On
ward, i. 11 McBrlde
7. Lmvili Lo. b. .. by O. Fee; M. C.
K Drexttll. Jr. ch. n.. by Dreitell; II. Ie
9 W.I1 Hal. b g. by Hid Mai; V.. G Ever
sole. I Dolly ".IcCreimr. b, m . by Ilhodle Mc
Gregor, Jos. F. I'n'Tj.
II Jenny Grattan. ch. m , by Grattan; T. 12.
1-2. lien II. a . I. g ; O. D. Ames.
13. Haron 2vutr.Ine, ch. s , by Ntitp'i": C.
W W. .
11 MoIe Hal. b m.. by IJrown Hal, II.
" " -
15 Coltiette, b. m.. by Free Cclrjure, E. T.
Seiton v SlTi
li. 1 rai i IC . M. K. Toole
K Evauiple. Jr., bv Ea:nple; rt. A. Camp
le.l i. Kitty Kester. gr. re. by Comnvieloro
Wilkes. Il J Kester ..,..
! Flslle. Lb m. by G-neral Smith; J.
Croueh . bc.ns ... ., ,
Ji I-i-.ota. b. g. by Arpailo; Doctor Kenl-
'2? J..e Mack. br. g. by Kentucky Central;
2. 33 PACE.
1. Iivots. b g.. by Arpallo: Doctor Kradrlek.
2 -."nfatlon. b. g., by t'.Iver Heels. Doctor J.
M Sl.ian .
2 Kitty Power", ch. m . by Charleston; D.
Walvil , .
I Dewev Duma., by Dumts; .T. II Itelt. J-.
.".. Tony K . blk. c. bv OtoU. A. W. Kirn.
C Governor C . b. g.. by Dumas. I.. M MJr-
- FI.i"nce Onward, ch. m . t y Gime Onward:
b II Meftl We. , .
S. t misls IJor. b c. bv o free M f Jordan.
rr. iteil. lr.. ch . bv Drextell. II J.
lr57rattan. Jr. ch. g. bv flrsttsn. W. Kbx-h-
tnur"VilI Hal. b. c . bv I!d Hal; W G Ever-
12 DoIIv Mi-Greror. br. m . by r.hodle Mc
Gitor Jos F Dulfv
t3 J-nn Grattan. h m . by Grattan; T. 1
E. rrelt ,, ., ,
II Dnsninr Muscovite, b. in . bv Mu-co-.lte. a.
S Owen . , . ,
13. In'sv FheMon, bv I.ownnrk: C w. wool
1. Moxlo Mai b in . bv lliovvn Hil; II loy.
17 Example. Jr.. bj Cirapl". P. A. campbtll
11 Mlslaippl King, b .. by Tenn. ilkv,
C v. lb 11.I1 rf. in.
M Mintf.e Utile, b. rr.. by Lockhart; w.c
M Esibelle. eh m.. bv General f?mllh; J.
Viji'MaLk. br. g.. by Kentucky Central; Dan
i.r.oN msi) -io l'nr.Mit-n at ati.m-a.
Ilnleli llnri- llettveen Cresrctis nnd
Tin- Alitintf Villi "t llr Hun.
l.e.lngton. Kv . Sept. 22. Andrew J. Leon
ard. edltor-in--hlef or the Ktntuiky Stucrf;
Farm. ha-. Ixiti 1 hon-n for presiding Judge
at the trot'ins and running meeting at At
lanta. G The ni.-cting will list from Octo
ter 17 to Oituler 27 Ieonard Is one nf
tho bo'-t-inforinul horsemen In the couti
tiv. both as to runners and trotters
Set ret irv Wilson "f the Kentucky Trot
ting Hoise Hroedi-rs' Association "aid the
n port tli.it ariangi mei't-. have been made
for a mali h race betwein the world's vt.il
.ton ihimpioli i'iim-Us and The Abbott
at the local tr.u-K is not tine He savs th
jles.srs Hamlin, ov. ne'r-s of The Abbott,
wl-hisl the raie to be two In three, vvhlb
George H Kctcbatn. owner, breeder and
driver of Crt scous. thinks; thice In (lvo
would bn the proper tcr-t. On this cllfffir
enco tho proposed race was declared off.
II. K. Dei rrrans Hnliircil the- Amntctlr
Murk. With .lohn A. .Vlolvrrrmi.
Cleveland. O. Sept. 22. The world's ama
teur trotting record to wagon, won from
this city a few- weeks ngo by the Chicago
trotter. I.ueile. wis regained by th" driving
c!ul in Cleveland this afternoon, when H.
K IVvere-mx drove his stallion. John A.
MtKerron, a. mile In 2 03, finishing tho last
quarter In 31 3-3 seionds. Mr. Billings, who
owns anil who drove I.uelle In her reeoid
bre.ikiug mile, was one r.f the official timers
011 the Cleveland horse, and he made it
2 os,. whllo many others had It 2:0SU. Tlie
track was fearfull he iv from an all
week's rain, nnd Cinanias. 2-GV-i. and Tun
per. 201H,. could go through It only 2.t0'i
and 2 1.1. rospectlvclv. and then McKcrron
wns fresh from his great race at Boston on
l-'ridaj. wh'-re he won the National Chal
lenge Cup race from a Held of the best
wagon trotters in the country.
i-t n v at roiiT waym:.
Wliltrnood Won the ":"t Trot In
Tort Wajtie, lml, Sept. 22. The closing
dav of the lied Klhbtvn meeting saw- no
fcei"i"ition.l performance The track was in
pour tondltinn. The summaries:
2 20 pacf Sophia won, There.e Wilkes, second;
Jav II. third Datniv r-IumUr. I.-xiy Alright,
Willow and Jinn . aiw ran Hest time 2.10V
2-24 trot Whoewoi-t won, Major Greer, seeond.
Fprine-dale. third. Dor thv Ilnlmnnd, lallv sher
bet. 1rutniii. Frequent and First leind also ran.
ltet time. 3 14'.
2 1s trot Naub-in won rivsh IJ-htnlnc. see.
ond. i:scobar. third Timl rlike, fonstensro,
It-dv li and Batllwllkes elsi ran. Kest time
haci: ntntM Mn.n at aichox.
.Ilnrlliert. CliprsirniKr-. MerhainiS!, AI-
Imlit anil 1're.gr.ive Chance lliimls.
Now- York. Sept. 22. A number of raco
horses in. training, the property of various
ovvm-rt. were .sold at auction to-day In tho
paddock at Gr.ivesend by tho Kasig-Tlpton
Company, as follow s-
I'roperty of Pierre Ixrlllard Maribert. b. c. 3
Jears. I.. H lrsnchn-. S-J'"- Albula, ch. c. 2
fr. 1) Ia Masnai.. tl".
ITorscty of I iMrred -Prtygrave. b. c 2
jcars. J. K Harnett I1.C0
I'ropcrtv of WvstrcLire a. Meehan Meehanus,
ch c. I jcars. --. C Hildnth, Jt.3o0
Iroisrty of ThoTrort Bros Fhcoscmlte, ch.
f . 4 jear, W. C Carpenter. 2ij.
Itnces nt Cluirlcstoii, III.
Charleston. Ill . bept. 22. Ths fortv-stith an
nual Cvl3 Couxw 'air clawed here to-day with
a roe rl tre-ik ng slienlar. e. ?.) reorla being
n tia 4.11 1111.1. Kan- rtsjlls:
; 1 I Jiie J.il
A-., r-- . .. 2 I t t
I lis.il th li 12 2 2
F.v M 3 3 2 2
It. -t lime. 2 2''.
s-l -. 1 .1 iri.tt'iiK race, purso J2).
I'irlni-r 2 111
lalwanl T IK II 1 2 2 2
laist time. 2 Yr
IIIM Lis A'P VIONTIti: VI
ICIltiblc Heat llnjor Ihj lor hy n W lieel
in liiteriialtiinnl 1 liitiiiiiimshlii.
Montrtal, Pipt 22. The one-mile interna
tional proff.ssl1111.1l champion hip of America,
was the feature of the National Circuit. 7.
! (. A., races at (juct n'x I'.irk. to-day. Major
la) lor. Iviiuble anil 1 ollett i-et .1 .'Ion pave
in the first heat Tavlor ipurted too toon in
1 the bak stn-ti h. Kimble wlnnlns hy a
wheel at tbe vvlie
Tom Butler will ho st-spended for non
appe.iram c Kramer refu'eil to rule a semi
fin il heat, and was suspended during the
rest nf the dav. He entered a rrotcst. Sum
on- mile. International professional
ch unpionshtp of America First. O. S. Kim
ble. Louisville. K . second. M tjor Tajlor,
Worcester. Mass . third. G. 11. CoUett. New
Haven. Conn. Time. 3 IS.
One-third of ,t mile, handicap, profes
sional First. Major Tavlor, Worcester.
Mass. (scratch); com. ITovd Knbs. New
ark. N. J (forty .ird). third. taxon Will
iams. Buffalo tlty vards). Time. w.l
Two-mile handicap, profe.-sional First.
1'lovil Kr.-bsi. Nevva'k. N. J. I"') ards);
so ond, S. Kimble, Louhville. Ky. (fifty
vardsi; third, O. II. ColUtt. New Haven,
Conn, tied j.irds). Time. 4.111-5.
iivititv ni.ivi: iwioKi: ni:cottn.
Ilnile Fifly "lilrs nl CurjilirlilBo In One
Htnir. ilS Vlinute-, its -rnds.
Cambridge. Mass.. SCpt. 22. Harry Kikes
won th" stolid ot his s-eries of three races
with Johnny Nelson at Charles Hiver I'ark
to-night, bnakini all n cords from forty
to tntv mill?. Kikes rode thirty-six miles
and t.'J vards in cue hour, and finished
Ight and one-half laps In the lead. Ho cov
ered the llftj mihs In 1:22.22 2-.'.
Ivmiiv lli-leiilrd Carllmge.
P.EPCIILIC M ;.CIAI.
i aksbu g, HI r't 22 Knox r-ollege opened
the footbaii ceisoii 1 ere ti-ila with a came with
taithage tMli.e, i-ireitlig the vl-ttors b a
ei'i.re of 31 to o Tht w irn. weather made thort
lialves a nensi-ltj, but the plajlns of both
teams was sp.med.
Tho Knox men .ot Into the play much faster
trii is Lstia! at this lint, of the season anl
robd up the s..(ire bj nard. cou-.stent grounl
l.alnlng. There were few long runs and nv Efc
tatular t'lHa on ttther side
In the ilrst hair Knox mile two touchdowns
b) stead line bucking. In the e.'cord bait two
liesli but ks were put in and more pen play re
sult d These tactics rolled t.p four touindjwns
in rapid succession. Ib.pely kukecl goal, twice
Tl-a tsill was seldom In K ox territory In .lthir
half, her J decisive work t-ing uf ruga grade.
The teimi linei i.p as folloAs:
Jno-v. Pu-ltlon Carthage .
llatnaugh..... tvnter . .. ..... ... LuthraUit I
par ItlaM cuard Ie)WLrs
l-Iauery Left guaid .... Ayies
Lwlig Iliant tackel Liril
Ibp. lev !ft tiekel Walters
)tokins Il.zht end lleman
Walker . .. . Iatl er.d Johnsoi
Ii-e . . Quarter back ...... Mason
Fidr.ii tl-vans) Itight hdf back 3Iat urs
Aike-sor . Left half baik . . llrj.vn'ey
1'a.iner Prince 1-un t,ak . Walter
P me Knnx rt i-aithaite o Halves fve ty
minutis caih I r plre, t'unian. Keferce Pls
tvn. ri..,rl. nt InchoMcr, III.
ICHI'I MAC .SI KriAL
Utrchatfr. III. iit. Ci Th flr footbn1!
Ktrif .t th Kfuwn was plajed Ivre to-day. re
kt'Itlnc a fullnu. UincbfMfr lUstl fcchocl. 20,
JatKnvnilI lltsn School, o.
Krtulln at hrlli 111c . 111.
Shl. iSW, 111 . pt Tfc ShIMM.I- Hor
tir .VsN lati n il M'i a ucc',-stui meet re
to-I.-j. i?ummtr!j for the i!.i:
Fitf-for all tr. t lcii Uiuicl won; Charlie K-,
f--f a.! T me. JT
Hiiir miif anl re,pt Nttl Vrycr won. Jo
i!i k v iftil, JuoRe Kankin, third, llmr, !1.
Jne-miV lah -lurn won, i l.ir i il., sccnl;
Pink Juc,r. th rJ. Time. I. IS.
mslt'l a-t,,aer ttun, pccOy Cattle, scc
on 1. Time :I1.
K;ii:m.t City :i, Scanlln 1.
rnrnii n- sim au
SHlla. M . S:t. C2 Ore ft th rttlt
rnip of baKtll ter hwii In selalta w-!1
rlael tht aft. moon at IJNrrty Varlc hy th
Karn.1 lt liluet and the s'Hiali.i, th cwr
letriK J to i in fior of tie UUors. The en
. is f,uil in thi ircord tim of ono hoar and
Iittfen inmui" t Th leaguers wer tonthrt
at th I1i. tr-am work or the ii-dalta. Hbtoh
nti mir.d bj Scond Baseman hiprecfcfa fUe
tich rnt Th feitures of the canif were
tho tulrhrc of ftu-nr a- d ilurrim i fni-ti-mal
il'-Mirc Th It.ucs will pln trialia apa n
tMin.r.oA jh n tn.o iluli InrtHl Mill le
t-tnntht r.cd Koilowini; la th pcore.
H. It K
Kjn.HH City . .iflinsonrto-a o
S'lilU 6 1 0 0 0 r-l I
I. ira -i run Ktinis ity 1. Fedalla X. Two
hnw hits Mpw irt I Jonn-m J. William 1.
(inrtn 'Z. I)....- jilnj Jllinm, Whlrrrcl.t
RTvI Itohn 1 t-:iurk out Hv rat ton 3 liy itrumr
2 lirtttorif-- Kansti Citj, ratten and McXla.nu..
SvMal a, HruriT Mil GarMn. Tim One hour
and fifteen mlnutta frrplro Hafcerlan.
St. Topli Omnlia (Jolf Game.
M Jo--ph, Mo. fert rc. Th coif tari from
the Omaha, Country ilub was defeated by th
tt Jo pri Country Civh thl aftornooa. fc-t. Jo
Fiph, 21 ud. Omaha. ! nn.
Ilnmiry lit f eater.
RKrrni.ic svnci u
Kw kuk, la. pt 1 Tho Rumey of Ft
I.M11S were dt-iLated by the Keokuks to-day. 12
Call for our Kimpfo book of Fall Wall
P.irer at rocular reduced prlrep. Roohni;
&. J.tcnhy Wallpaper Co., 1301-1303 Frank
MUST GO BACK TO THE STAGE.
-M:iv Uiii-rick Sas Her Titled Hus
iiaml DiLTtcil Jler.
RKI'I IlLlr MT. IAI.
Talis. Sept. 2i (C'opyr.'Bht. 150. by W.
It lli:ir"t. The .M.-irciuist Ic Fin, formerly
-May (lirrick of .iItimor who has h'-eu
1 tt iioimllfii hoxr. announci-s that sho is
oliUqcd in rttum to the stage In order to
cam i Ilvlns-
S'10 was, m.irrird to thr JLirriui do Foo
of N.iile-vlifte.-ii inontlii apn at tho Church
if tho ilol.v Imictcnts. Xcvv York, ami
cimi' aluoail to Hv She Is noiv, she de-i-I.ins,
(!eirted. ami Intends to lui" di-virci-
iinicvidin,'.s. allciiiK desertion, cru
elt and Inlldellty. Sl. declares that the
.Murriuis beat her -nith a heavy cjhc at
Monti' Carln, and thai the brills? are still
i-hf lofrntlv s.tna requiem for the Kin?
of ltily in thetharxl at Monte Carlo Jlir
volee iil.i-ol the I'rinte of Monaco. vUio
Invited. her to tins at tho palace.
SARGENT WAS RE-ELECTED.
Locomotive Firemen Raised His
Salary as Grand blaster.
Dcs Molnr- la Sept. Si-TJic convention,
of the IJrotherhood of locomotive Fire
men to-day raised the Mlary of tho Krand
master to t;.ti" and re-elected I'rank I'
farcent for the ninth coEscclltlve ,,.rm'
J. .1 IIarn.ih.in of rhicaKo. and C. Wilson
of IJrand Itaplr., were re-elrcte'l first and
tecond vice srand masters, respectively
Kurihrr bntliclary claims, aKsrecatlnsr
Jls.fino. so far, were nllrmed. Des Moines's
application for henlquarters location was
heard, but not decided. Another session will
be held on -Monday.
A SPLENDID ARRAY OF
The world famous St. Kelmos in their mat bless aerial act and daring mid
air leaps through a heart of tiftcen daggers and electric tires. The most mar
velous trapee acls of the age.
Itae and P.enedetlo. the greatest artists of the world, in their novel, thrilling
and fascinating revolving ladder acts. A sight of a lifetime.
In ihe Kiiietn-cope building will be exhibited Sager's magnificent collec
tion of moving picture-, embracing the only views of the recent (Jalveston
disaster, -cones in the Chine-e War. panoramic views of recent Naval engagement-
and scenes at the Paris i:position, and for the iirst time here, pictures
of the recent Sharkey-Uuhlin tight.
Profe or .lohn I'. Ialdwin. the celebrated ballooni-t. who represented tho
I'nited States 'o eminent at Cuba during the recent Sp.ini-h War. will give
the greatest exhibition or balloon ascen-ions and parafhute leap-ever seen. II i
reaches an altitude of rrotn three to live thoii-aud loot and performs daring
feats in midair on a trapeze bar. His act is the mo-t seii-ation.il and dariug
ci or undertaken by a human being. He gives a balloon battle, a most novel
and realistic spectacle.
WIN FROM ST. LOUIS,
Wnmlorors C. C. nf the Illinois Me
tropolis Soundly Thrash Local
riavers at Forest Park.
ROBINSON'S FINE BATTING.
Star Flayer of the Local Team
Mnkes the I.est Score of the
Day Bowling of Davis
.Was Very Good.
When It corner to playlns; .1 slow- same tho
Rood citizens of St. Louis teem to be pome-w-hat
too fast. Anyhow, thit Is what jou
would think from the way Chicago cricket
ers defeated Ft. Louis cricketeri at Forest
Park jesterday by 45 runs. The St. Louis
men Rot out too fast. The Chicago men
wire rfoii- Rettins out. So there voa are.
Was It not for the irreat batting of W.
D. lloblnson St. Ijuis would not have had
a look In. Mr. IJoblnson made more than
one-half of the 13J runs scored by the local
club. His ycore was mado In his best stylo
cracking hard hitting;, sound defenso and
clean, powerful cutting. If there was any
tlaw- in Mr. Kobinson's claim to tho title of
best cricketer In the West It was eradicated
jesterday. In company of the best cricket
ers In tho West he showed that he stood
head and shoulders above them alL Doug
lass did well for his 3) and lent Itobhlo a
helping hand. These two put on SI of the
133 runs made by their side.
Doctor Murra, Itatcllffe. Price, Fletcher
and Mr. Duckworth failed to "come off
in most disappointing fashion. Joe Davis's
bowling seemed to have the St. Louis team
gumswlzzled In a manner suggestive of a.
Fourth of July lirccraeker celebration. Of
nine wickets, he took seven, yet only
lowled one of them. His average of S 1-3
runs to the wleket was very good.
The Chicago club plajed even and com
bined cricket. Half the team made dou
ble figures. But two of the entiro eleven
failed to make a fair showing at the bat.
Waller plajed a capital Innings for his S3.
It was second only to llobinsun's great ef
fort. Davies, Timewell. Vaugnan and
Jones also did excellently. liuitir was
given out leg before wicket, on a palpably
mlstaken dici'lon when he seemed well set.
Katclltte led the St. Ixiius bowlers, his
"lobs" getting J v.lckets tor 10 runs, tna
bi-st bowling average of the day.
In all it w.us a doiorous day lor St. Louis
cricketers, 'ihe sting of deleat was some
what soothed by the knowledge that It w.ib
the rlrst Uir.o in many -ears tha Chicago
:t lea ted St. Louis at cricket, and the hopo
that an equally proionhed Interregnum of
xnicago" deftats will lollovv this most un
txpected victory. The score:
VA .VNDEItbllS C. I" OI- CHICAGO.
V. Pal'ler. 1 b. w. b. IMlcunorth T
1. Jibe, c. Kobinsr.n, b. Douga! 2-J
J. :. IMVI'. II. llGt'lIfon s'J
J VI. Cdinitl. I-. H binson t
II. y AVailer. c. HobuiMm. 1.. ItatcllSf Si
it. V. 1-raier. -. JUitn-.in, b. Duckworth.... 1
11 Vaughn. I. luckvorth yj
I. C. lav!ef. b ItoMnsnn X
.1 ltm-vrli. e. aril b Htc!lr 1
1. IV. VVhulns, c. a-d b. iutclllTc .. z
11 J Talor not out 4
B.1II3. ltuns. Jlaa. Wks.
t nch-r n -( o
Duikmonh l Z S
Kublnsoii 1" 47 1 3
Ixmkii ?' t 1
IUtcllIfo . 31 IS 11 3
ST. I)UIS CHICKKT CLUR
IfKt-r .. Mortar o Whitlnr. b J Davis....
IV J. l'rlce. r Jonee. ti J. Dtvis
V W lUtitlffD b J Iivls
Je KIeli.hir. c, Katsii-r. li J. Davis
vv t. ItuMnson net out
I- X Dwcal b. Waller
.1 v. Trlciv c and b. Wallpr
Rev. E. Duckwurth I. b. vv b. J DvI
A. VZ. VVInsor. c. Xrater. b. Joe Davis
K. H ItoNirts r-m out
J W Gren, c. Tlnewell. b. Jci D&vls
noTC-. Hills. Xsv'.ls. Runs. Mas. VTicv
Jre Iivls ..3 92 K 2 7
It n.Xrzx i fil 23 3 B
H 1. Waller IV 4 1 2
D. Whiting.') 1" It 1 0
OuCAfiO (r-KIDND INNINGS.
D. V.'hl'.Inc b. Ratcllffe ..
II. Tajlor h. Trick
J. Tlroenell rot out
Total for cat vrb-kct .
MrCUECRV WIIV TIIH HAMIICAP.
M. I.uals'n Crlcht.tn Made Good Score
on l'oresl l'nrk Links.
W. C. McCr.erj'. h.it admirable crlchton,
whose ersatlllty In the pastimes and ac
complishments of the gentleman have made
him famous on two continents, added an
other wreath to his already Imposing col
lection of trophies by winning tho handicap
golf tournament of the St. lyiuis A. A., at
Fortst I'ark yesteidav. 3Ir McCnery
rlaveil excellent golf. Ills gross score of
42 was but sit -strokes worse than that of
Mr Nade, who i rated i llrt-cl.i-.s gol'er
in St Louis colling society. Considering the
extreme clltVulty of the course, ilr. JIc
Crecry plajul really excellent goif, and hib
victory was a moil creditable one.
Mr. liorgess was .1 good .second, vvlth tho
best mcdil score of the day 101. Mr. Short
proved that his win or the Hookvvood Cup
lst wick at Webster was not by any
means a fluke. Tho scores:
Handicap. Strut, s.
I W. r McCrecry 1 3?
2. J II. 15 rg-M 1"'
3. lwter II. I-wls P 1'
4. Isxtor Kunzetiern 13 W
5. frofe-ser Dlxon 14 ' -
K.Walter Gllll.m l 13
7. Ileverrn.I tt lll.am Short W.
S. A. C. XnwlT " 13
s. Robert Wade Scratch lii
W. A. n. Itiil-vn H 1 7
11. It. II. TalT K 1"
12. A. I. Whittcr'orc 4 111
It. P. H. rillev '3 IW
11. K. W. 1'attcrson ......13 IS
nroadnay Illlllanl Parlor has opened for
the season with evcrjthlng new.
Itaiil nn flic Kjiiplrr ll.ilcl.
Kleven guests of the Umpire Hotel atXo.
ITi.i Olive street were arresteil last night
in a general raid on the hottl made by
Sergeants O'Brien. Smith and 1-ivln of the
Highth District. All of the prisoners were
released on their own recognizance. Otllrer
Dineen of the Eighth District- fell from the
ratrol wagon while It was on the way to
the district station, and dl-located his
knee-cap. Doctor Keating Uauduy attended
A. MURPHY, Secretary.
Fair and Cooler.
Are You Prepared
for Social Events?
Y. P. Ball, Receptions,
Let us prepare yon.
We know how to make Full Dress Gar
ments, because we make so many.
Oar fabrics are the best, latest and
Cutters anil sewers must be in active
practice to do justice to these fine gar
ments; we hare ocr hands in.
Not cverv tailor has the proper silk
linings, facing3, etc.
It's the little things that makes perfec
tion in a dress suit.
Prices not unreasonably high.
MacCarthy-Evans Tailoring Co.
820 Olive. Opp. Postoffice.
KIS WISH WAS GRATIFIED.
Hack Warbinton Did Not Care to
Live Took Morphine and Died.
Mack WRrblnton. 41 years old, a laborer
living at Xo. 1315 Xorth Broadway, died at
the City Hospital yesterday afternoon from
the effects of morphine taken with suicidal
intent jesterday morning at No. 12S Pins
When he arrived at tho hospital Warbin
ton said that he did not care to live. Mrs.
Warbinton said that her huband wns
despondent because he was unable to obtain
work. About a year ago. she said, he fell
from a street car asd was so badly Injured
that he wa? lncapclated for hard work
"Hl3 employer discharged him not long
ago." "aid Mrs.. Warbinton, "because ho
was not able to do hard work. He asked
his relatives, who live In Hagerstown. Mil .
to esslst him. and ho grew despondent and
committed suicide, as he has threatened to
MISSING SINCE THE STORM.
Governor and Governor Elect of
Paris. Tec.. Sept. ri Green McCurtatn.
Governor of the Choctaw Nation, has been
missing since the Galveston storm. He went
to Galveton In Company with Judge G. v .
Dukes, the Governor elect, and it is believed
there Is no doubt they were drowned. Dee.
Thomas, a merchant of Talihlna. was with
them and has not been heard from-
ST. LOUIS. Nov. 11. ISM.
One of my family has been rup
tured many years, which has
been regarded as Incurable by
physicians. Dr. W. A. Lcwin.
now In tho Holland bnlldlng. haa
cured the patient and made him
happy In eight weeks. Would
advise afflicted to go and take
GEO. A. RrnELMAN.
Wi N. Kth St.. St. Louis.
TtiMfsmzood Ittler. joa mmt, bat look
al tht date of it It tht Care pcrmMntatT
ST. IXH'IS. Jan. 2. ls.
I utni Indorse what I said, as
the cure has been permanent.
GEO. A. P.UBELiMAN.
MR. GEO. A. RUBELMAN
Is known to cvtry business man in St.
Louis as the President of the Geo. A.
Rubelman Hardware Co. Investigate
the above letters and assure yourself of
Permanently Ctired Without
the Use of Knife, Pain or
Detention from Business.
I have 2,000 similar letters of rec
ommendations on file, which I can
show you at my office.
I have practiced right here in St.
Louis for nearly ten years and can refer
you to several leading Banks regarding
my financial standing.
NO FAY UNTIL CURED.
211 N, 7iii Street, St. Louis.
Letters with stamps given prompt