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THE REPUBLIC: SATURDAY. OCTOBER 20. 1900.
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whole ajitenj am cleansed, purltlcd and restored to perfnt health an I the patient pre
pared anew for the duties and pleasures of life.
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life I'hjsirl ins having -stubborn -aes to treat are cori'i illy invited to consult with me. I
make no charge for prlv ite counsel, an 1 Iv- to ach ji.it h t.t a l.g.tl contract in
writing backed bv abundant capit il. to hiM for m, jirom'-e Is It not worth your
while to Investigate 1 care that has mad life anew to multitudes of iii.n-
If ou cannot call at my office write me jour .-vntploins full" My home treat
ment In- con et powlence is always successful Address all letters to
C00K MEDICAL COMPANY, 6, 0UVsrJ;,0.
:mrs. hart gives up
lr Volnntarilv Jfakes Pucli
j tion to the Defrauded Uank
as Lies in ncr l'ower.
New York. Oct. 13 Sirs. Annie Hart has
h signed the papers assistant; to the Hllza
"bethport Banking Company the rUM, title
and interest in certain jewelry In tho pos
c' cession of a rifth avenue firm of jewelers.
a nnd also her safe dejoslt box In the Hank
.of Amsterdam, which nnj- contain valu
ables boucht with the money stolen by Wil
liam Schreiber. the defaulting bank clerk.
. "The assignment was made voluntarily."
j, mid A. J. Skinner, on of the bank's at
torneys, to-day. "She manifests a sincero
x desire to make what restitution she can
for Schreiber's defalcations. She will not bo
"tVe shall not open the box before to-
" morrow. We do not expect to find many
valuables, but there maj- be lmjiortant ji-i-
prs or documents. There maj- be dlfflculty
t In obtaining the property left at the Jewel-
0 rs. and there is a possibility of more litl-
1 cation on that point."
I FAIR PHYSICIAN WON.
j Sued David Itelasco on a I'rofes-
sional Services Bill.
. New- York, Oct. 19 David Belasco, play
t -wrlght, appeared In the role of a defendant
In an action brought by Doctor Anna I
White to recover Mu3 for professional ser
J vices rendered to Frederick Ljuter. who
j'ears ago was a prosperous theater owner,
und gave Sir. Belasco his flrst start In the
1 jrofess.Ion. Mr. Kelasco. It was alleged,
'promised t Pay t!,e DIU
'yMr. Bvlasco dtnled this, and asserted that
- !Jie simply promised to seo that the patient
was provided with all medicines and ceces
t s.irles. but he had no intention of making
,j himself re'j)on!ble for the doctor's bill.
The jury, l.oweier, save a lerdict of J1C7
"against Jlr. Uelisco. Ix-lni; the sum claimed
with Interest. Mr Belasco stattd that he
t would take an appeal.
Doctor White is younjj and was stylishly
- dressed In a cloth cown of Uiilor mike. Shu
" tpstiiied that on the nlelit of Febraary 1,
1 3S9S, she was pummoned to attend Mr. L.ys-
ter in his aiiartments, at Xo. 23 Drvdm
Coart. Mr. JSeiatco, the witness said, camo
In and told her to do everything possiblo
-lor Mr. I.j-ster. and he would pay the bill.
This tcstimonj- was not shaken on cross
. examination, any the Jury found for tho
JONES EXPLAINS A PLANK.
' Tells Boston Lawyer What Parts
of Democratic Platform Mean.
Boston, Oct. ID. A letter from Senator
Jones, chairman of the X.uional Democratic
Committee, in answer to a querj' by a Bos
ton lawyer as to the "real meaning Intended
to b convened by the reference to the Su
jireme Court, as it may hereafter bo con
stituted in the Chicato platform," has been
teceived. Senator Jones saja:
"Permit me to suggest that the paragraph
In which these words occur assert that, but
for the decision of the Supreme Court in the
Income tax case, there would hae been
no deflciencj-. Thl3 question having been
before the court as constituted at tho time,
nnd the decision haing been rendered
iigainst the Income tax act bj- a single vote,
it tras not to be suppled that the court,
as at present constituted' would ever re
verse Its decision upon this question. But
if a vacancy should occur and a Judgo
should go on the bench who coincides In
his -views, say with Justice Harlan, then
, this action could be had.
' "This was the contingency contemplated
by the framers of the iilatform."
ONE OF THE CITY'S SIGHTS.
Quincy Visitors Wanted to See
One-Caudle Power Mayor.
.Street Commissioner Hummert, II. C. Mul
ligan, Herman Jochem and other promi
nent citizens of Quincy. Ill, visited the City
Hall yesterday noon. Mr. Hummert calltd
on Assistant Street Commis'loner Hem.-n-way,
and the party Inspected the Fire
Alarm Telegraph system and lb" samples
of the new Welsbach lamps In Supervisor
of Lighting O'Keilly'a offlce.
Wnen about to dcrart ono of the party
said that there was one more thing to do.
"We ought to get a gllmpe," lie iaiJ, "of
St. Louis's one-candle-power Mayor. I
-wonder what he looks like!"
Mill Xot Meet at Catoo.
Xowata. I. T.. Oct. 19. The Dawes Com
mission to-day issued the follow ins amended
census notice of the Cherokee Xation:
"The appointment of the commission at
Catoosa trom Monday. Xovt-mber 1.'. to
Frldaj. November lfi. Inclusive, is hereby
canceled, and the said cammiss'on will re.
main at Clarcmore from Monday, October
22 to Frldaj-. November 16. inclusive, and
at Chelsea from Mondaj Noi ember 19, to
Friday. November 23. inclusive. Take no
tice that this commission will not bo nt
Catoosa, but for the time heretofore allotted
to Catoosa, from Monday. November 12, to
Friday. November 10, inclusive, tho com
mission will remain at Clartmore.
"G. It. BRUCICIXBIDGE,
Farmer ntsensa Horticulture.
Marion. 111.. Oct. 19. The third annual
meeting of the Williamson Count' Farmers'
Institute opened here to-day with a good
attendance. Judgo Slater delivered the ad
dress of welcome, which was responded to
by William Held, president of the institute.
The exhibit of farm, dairy, orchard and
garden products wa large. Horticulture
was the principal subject of discussion at
the afternoon session. C. M. Dickson of
Parish and James Barter of Attlla spoke
on the subject. Professor French of the
Southern Illinois Normal University deliv
ered an addrt3 on "Insects injurious to
corn, wheat and other crops."
Ifot L'p to expectation.
Joplin, Mo., Oct. 19. The Kepublicaa ral
ly, which was held to-night, celebrating
.the occasion of Fiory'i visit to Joplin. was
not up to expectations, although the event
has been looked forward to for some time.
The shouts along the street were a great
deal more numerous for Bryan than for
. McKinley. Flory spoke at the opera-house
and afterwards at the Courthouse to-night
to a good crowd.
100 Help Wanted Ads
Printed In to-day's Republic.
On account of its frightful lilJcousno, Contagion"
Wood I'olhon 1 commonly called tin Kins of nil vene
real diseases. It may bo cillier hereditary or contractu!
Once the system Is t.iln'od with It. the dicabo may
manifest Itadf in the form of scrofula, eczema, rheu
matic pains. Miff or swollen toints. eruption"! or copier
colored spots on face or IkxIj, little uIits In the mouth
or on tho tongue, mro throat, swollen tonsil, falling
cut of the hair or ejehrows, ami Anally a lcprousltke
decav of the Ibsh ami bones. If you have anj of thevo
or s-lmll ir sjmptoms jou are Invited to consult m' Im
If I Imd jour fear unfounded. 1 will iinliKly
your mlnil I!tit If vour constitution I In
fected with virus, i win frankly -ay so ami ten sou
how to Bet rid of it. My s-jwoial treatment for this 1U
, case Is practh ally the re-ult of mv llf- work, ami Is
lndorseu bj the bel niivs-iefins of America .iml Kii
rone It contain no d.i r'erous ilruss or Injurious, inedi-
ln ct nnv kind. It sot-i to the wrj bottom of tl.e
distase and forces out eerv particle of Impurity ioon
cv.ry dgnand svmpiom dls.ippeir c.implettly and for
nir. The l.lood. the tissue, the Ilesh. .he lnn.s and the
TGWN WIPED OUT
nouses in Mexican Village Swept
Away Only Three Persons
a Taso. Tex., Oct. 19. News of the de
struction of the town of Guadalupe, Mex
ico, forty miles below Kl I'aso, in the Bio
Grande basin, bv a cloudburst Wcdnesdaj
nlght. reached Juarez to-day by a rumii-r.
who was stnt to big usrfbUnce for the
Guadalupe was a little agricultural village
of about a Inhabitants, and these depended
solelj on thtir crop- :md domestic antunils
for subMstat.ee. fo suddtnly did tho tor
rent of water come down from the hills that
J everj thing thej possessed was swtpt away
J and the inhabitants weio ablo only to savo
thtir lives, which the- did by tictimr to
u-.e iootmus. An oil man mid two ciimirui.
besides many goats, cattle, horses and barn
jard fowls were lost. Juarez Is the near
est town of an j- conaequence, and u mes
senger was dlsvalched for assistance, as
the village wa without railwaj- or tele
graphic communication. He brought the
lirst news of the disaster. Several hundred
dollars were raised in this city to-day by
FOG CAUSED TWO "DEATHS.
Engineer on the Switch Engine Did
Xot See the Signal.
Cairo, III., Oct. 19 There, was a rear-end
collision of two fre ght trains on the Mob.le
and Ohio Railroad early tills morning In
the yards of the company which resulted
in the death of C. C Oihver, agent of tho
M. & O. Il It- at Joncs-boro. and Messencer
Pallazzola, of the Independent Banana Line.
Both bod.es were horribly mutilated.
A north-bound freight train pulled out "
from the station nnd proceeded to Tweniv-
elghth strtet and stopped to allow another
train to pass, a few minutes later switch
engine No. V) backed up on the aime track
nnd crashed into the rtar end of the freight
train, demolishing the caboo.-o in which tho
men wero sitting. A flagman was sent back
from the fi eight train, but owing to a denso
fog the Mgnals wero not seen until too late
to avert the collision.
CHI.CAG0 MORGUES MYSTERY.
Body of a Fair, Kichlr Gowned
Suicide Xot Identified.
Chicago, Oct. 19. With every means of
identification eliminated, the body of a wcll
dres'ed and handsome woman of about 30
eirs of age. lies on a marble slab in the
undertaking rooms at 1TJJ Wabash avenue,
a suicide. Fine emerald earrings and lk
Jitire uiMinguisn ner t
Lust night she threw herself Into the lake
at the foot of Twenty-second streeL Her
iuy was recovered an hour later. I rank
IIe.irr.cy of 2UC Cottage Grove avenue saw
her take the leap, but was not close tnojgh
to prevent the act of elf-destruction. Hear
ney was on his way home from work when
re noticed the woman walk out upon the
Pier. In her pursv was Hi.3J. She was evl
Int!y a woman of ruintment. No duo
to her ldtntlt has jet been revealed.
FOUR MILLJONS IN"gOLD.
Large Shipment Arrived Yesterday
San Francisco. Cal , Oct. 19. Nearly J !,,.
W In gold arrived here to-day from Aus
tralia on the steamer Alameda.
MISS GAbT STOPPED 11V LAW.
Indefatigable nicycllat .ot Permitted
tu Klnlali Her :t,000 Miles.
New York, OcL 19.-Mlss Maugerite Cast,
mon rcraarkablo of all long-distance cy-lsts-
h,as c-'JJ",l her lncestant grind over
law stayed her restless uhn.1 as siie was
Jiiaring the end of her twenty-sixth cen
tury, and. despite her tearful entreaties 10
be allowed to continue until she had com
P'fted 3.VO miles, forced her to desist.
Mls Oast's remarkable ride Ugan at 1
o clock on the afternoon of Saturday Oc
tober . She then intended to go 2,wo milt3.
but sho tlnlshtd that distance in such
strong condition that she decided to place
ir.o endurance record at a point beyond the
reach of ordinal-' long-distance aspirants.
She rode over tho tworitv--flve-m!le trian
gular courso of the Centurv Hoad Club on
Long Island. Had she started on a trip
across the continent and maintained the
same rate of speed, over the shortest possi
ble route, she would have reached Buffalo
in thirty-six hours.
Her time to Cleveland would have been
nbout fifty hours: to Chicago, ninety-two
hours: to Omaha. US hours: to Denver 218
hours, and to Salt Lake City, about as
hours. In the twelve and a half days she
would have gone 130 miles bejond ttie last
The law under which Miss Cast's ride
was stoiped follows:
"In a bicycle race or other contest of
speed, skill or endurance, wherein ono or
more persons sliall be a contestant or con
tests. It shall bo unlawful tor any con
testant to continue in anj- such race or
contest for a longer time than twelve hours
... 1- inj eeuij-iuui iiuurs.
District Attorney NIeman -ald to-day that
In future he will prevent all .such perform
ances in Nassau County.
3IISS GRISCOM PROVES Iinil WORTH.
Champion Woman Gairer Aildn Minn
Cnrtln to Her Defeated List.
New York. Oct. 19 In the semianab. to
day for the Baltusrol Cup on the- Baltusrol
Golf Club links, Mis.s Trances Grlscom of
Philadelphia defeated Miss Margaret Cur
tis of Boston bj- two up and oi.e to plaj-.
Miss Georsiana Bishop of Bridgeport, Conn ,
def rated Mrs. l A. Manica of Lenox by
four up and two to play.
Paca. III., OCL 19. With W. K. Mason
Colonel James Ii Campbell. W. H. McK.tr
land. ex-Secretary of state of Iowa, and
George M. Grout of Sprlngdeld as drawing
cards, the Republicans failed to draw- a
crowd of over Sou to their ralij- here to-day.
The meeting had been advertised far and
wide, and everj' effort was made to induce
the people to attend, but the crowd failed
to materialize, senator Mason spoke to a
crowd of less than M) In the City Hail Park
this atterncon, and to-nicht Colonel Camp
bell and W. H. McFarland spoke to a crowd
of about 300, many ladles among them.
141 Boarding Places
Advertised In to-day's Repubiio.
Bits nisrusaed the Issues.
Jacksonville. 111.. OcL 1?. A mass meet
ing of the Democrats was held here to
night. After a brilliant street parade, tho
people assembled in the Courthouse and
beard C-. W. Bliss of Hlllsboro, discuss
annexed a purse,
AfliT His Racker WVnt J'.nikc
lMuyiiifi Him. the (.t'hlinjr.
Won at Loiij; Otitis.
POYNTZ DEFEATED TEA GOWN.
Danp'i field Stored in a .Maid.'ii
Hare Four Leaf t Heat lloiho-
shoe TnliatTo 1- a Neck
Oilier Kaeinj: IteMiIts.
With tlic oMcptinn of tin tilth race, wh'ch
predi.ved an Interisilm; eont.st lietuecn Ju
v idles of merit, there wis l'ttle to the
sport at Kinloi-h I'ark stenl.i-. from a
siect.T-ular :sint of view nt least I-r4e
tl Ms of cheap platers went to the po-t In
the miur live events. One of tin best
crowds of the week was present. The win
ning favoritis we're 1) ingi-rlleid. Vovntz.
l'our Leaf C ard Captain Gaines. Cociiran
carried off tho riding honors with two whi
ning mounts to his credit.
Pojntz closed a s'ight f lvorite over Tea
Gown In the liflh. Tl.e latter was heavily
backed on the strength of her last two vlc
torlis. She ran a verj- creditable race At
ono stage of the contest it looked as though
she might take povutz into camp, but the
Chir.n colt drew- away from l.er at the end
and won bj- n length, ridden out. Seething,
under Pile's vigorous handling, landed in
Brewer Schorr's p.ingerfVM. who Is a full
brother to the speedy pr!nter Tom Collins,
boat a big Held of ma'dens in the second
eieuL Dangi.rluld wen! to the iost a
, slight favorite over BlIIj- Boardmin's colt
Oudenarrte The pair had the raro to tluin
selves. Dangcrileld wlnn'ng cleverlj- in 1:07
lor (ltvcn-sltecnths of a mile.
Weideman, who was heal!y lucked In his
two previous starts, was e-.tirelj overlooked
jesterdiy and. with long odds ag-ilnst his
chances, tl.e Kingston Srvm geldin gal
loped homo before BoIJe Sinpon and Bon
nlvard. Tho latter made ir. st of the run
ning, but quit like n do.r when cdUred in
the stretch. Stella Berkley, the even-money
favorite. Iiolted at the start and nearlj
causisl a erioiis not I lent.
l'our Leaf C. ainl Horseshoe ToKidvi had
a lhting finish in the fifth, the former get
tlrg the decision bj- a neck. I'our Leaf C.
Is quite a mare right now. She has a lino
burst of speed and Is game to the con She
responded in gallant fashion wrrn called
on jesterday and stood a hard drive all tl.e
The woot lot of horcs nt the track went
to tho post In the firt race, which v.. is won
by Mascagnl. with Good Night second nnd
Brightle U. third. The race was for horses
that have started at tho present meeting
and not won this jear.
Captain Gaines and Kitty Clj'de had quite
an argument for the big end of the purse
in the closing race. Captali Gaines was tho
best horse and. under a clever ride from J.
Matthews, icat Mr Limp's Ililj- by a half
length. The .-ummarlos-
Flrt r-e purse 54. s'x fur'ftne MaM-f-gnl.
Sfc (It. Murplu). T to 1. t.rst, Good N j.ht. Vti
111 iimi, il 1. 1ind. uiutt.e It l.s il.
M&uLimk). e to 1. thlid ln-e. uii Iioialnls.
Mots ltoe. I-rot't. llo.sl TI-ne. Dflijsdo, ;fr
I(oe4. iljiilen'. J. 1. S. a'd ICouo it Nulr u1m
Pecond rci; iurs 10 f.te nr.1 a half fur
lonirs lani-n eld. 10 I W e.df rstran J). evn.
Urn: Oulenarie. 15S J. ilaith). T to 5
orid. Alien l l)wev Hi lit Mnrphj). M'to 1.
hlrd. Tlrre. l-"7 Itajxr IC Afhr-eft. Erb)
dsle, ni-itr. I. Gllpurtln. Ha'rj- Clirk. J"rrr
fctormauih anl I1 e n- Hftrnbirg alw. nn.
Th rd rar. jnu-e J1J. klx fcrlorgs VV. Mrmtn
-"'4 (Cochran) S 'o I. fl-l IKlle Simpnn. lj
(Itot-rttem 15 to 1. -rn3. lionnlrard. 17
(Kunf. IS to 1 third Tim... 1:11. i'i Ie lTtn
t'ai.nbert. Lrisaite. redtiai tcl Stella. UTklcr
1'firth race. pur. SI, revi-i far'fi-poyns.
0i (H.isirnil. tn 10. Hr't; Te-i Oonn :n
t:ro) c i 5. second: e.tldrit. W (Oslc) ;i to
1. tMrd. Tlrne. 1:31 VVillliim lljer. Hirrr Pul
linn and Ida Clealla nlr rin
riftb race. l-v;n flet-nll. cf a r-lle 1" ur
Jat (,. 11 (fhnn). C to ;. first; Uor-r-ioe
TrlfCio ltt irtaFU rrerl. : to 1. f-rmrt Nek
Ias. ill (Enc . T to I. third. Tlm. 1 -ori MI
i:rerlle. M !?. Careage. Falt ani Pirate'o
Iuehter al. nvn
S'xth n V'Ur-e S4-"o. en mile ard n fix
ti tli Cnrlal- n.ilne. v. J. JUtlheirsl l to
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KI Ohor IIS (ItoMnyon) S to 1 thlnb Time
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?an Dora alo ran.
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Uiding his imp. Irish hunting mare Aethorc over the hurdles.
I'lflli rare. fle an.l ri-half farlpnc. purte:
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Ixtb race, hi and irielvU.nth mile-, telllnt :
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MIWI'IHIT TRf'IC IIIMI.Ts.
IIt(n. -I.oiiImv llle r.elle ni"I I'nloiiraii
en- moli;; Hie IV I oners.
it. drill. HI. O ,0.'t. 13 The raring at New
pott to-day was: the l.st of tlie meeting. A
1-irgo crowd v.-s U( .inj -ni, jne bookies
pl.nty to do. inniia Seay. winner of the
lifth r.me. was run up from : to f-'-O bv
J ". Milan. The llllv wan bid in a I that
price by licr owni rs. Van -o & Weir. Weath
er tine; truck last. Suniinarii'
Ilrvt rw, mt firlmig-i. i-.-lllnir lt-iil.ir,i M.
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d'Or Pr3TnMI,nh. 1 itlry IMy luissle. lisaiu
nntl IMite MH nlo rnn.
senl rae.. miiu an 1 a quiriT. t.lllne luN
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HVIiurn). t in 1. wennd; ! finder II. ST (New
cjliil. II to 5. third Time. J.trjl, I'.inlli"!. s
inu. ,Aln ,itp. Prlr.ee Zeno and ltl.hardca aluo
Thlr.l nee. nnn mils ar.d K-irnty vnrl. !!
Inc Klta. S (Maj). 7 to 5. n.si lilenheln. s
K uhurii). 11 to I. reco.i.l t'l.tu.t ! (II V
Ki.iRht). - to ;. tliinl. Time. 1:h. l'anilsn.t. In.
dlan Itilit "iraj i-irl !. l).tor J. IV. l:m
" S-irlllj. Princn Wllhelin, Oll.e J., llvli ll.lt
tle and Hush Ilelshts alfo ran.
IeurtSi m.e. six furlfliqs. Frlbnir-Oiloncan. K
IMaj l. If, t I. won Palrj lielu 'C, iWon.lerlyi.
to 1. eeond: Spildr V. hvi i-.,Mirnl. R to 1
ihlnt Tlm 1: i:ie-ii-or. IMlmrs. "i J-'iats
'llp-eita. lair ttiir. Uttle Hilly ai.d Mor..nl
liflh nee. Fix and ine-half tnrlorjir". Felling
T nm sesy. S" (WdribTlr). . won- liru
.are. I in KM.urnl I t, l vecnnl: I-ake Fon",
1M (Vllll.n. 7 to 1, IMM Tlrne. ii)'. K-in.
watrrrHiltle. Marie Oi.n.lorf. IStan. illl.son illrl
nnd Sprlrs Anand nl'o rin
Sixth r;nv, , ne mile end f-r-itr yirds. Felling
Iirl lenso. !) li-.,l,iirn. to 1. won. Nettle
n-.-. nt. It ij IV Inkfe-I I). X tJ 5. Feo.nil T.;
MucK.i'1 IM (Itemnvnl 4 to 1. thlnl. Tlmo.
J-3'r Millra, I-ft Bower. BramLurs and tail
lr also ran.
rrt rice, rilling; all acrs. one rale?
, VI Indian
. . I'C
lV'ree Uef, Jr
l:c s'an ,
. i VV'w.1trle ,
. 2 Stidl". nurram
. 2 .Mccgi. ,
. . Tie .lerfer-cin
W i Mlrnle It
S co-d race,
thrre-qiMrter of a ml'e.
I.l7zlf Jackso'i ... . s".
Clad Ilird p.i
1 ree Hind - liW
Id Ituth ....
H. a. IVx ...
O-i e Quick . . ie-1
TI Ird no-, two irdlrs w-Illrir:
J. ck Telling M I .Me-rrtate ,
.Inrt s prince Teio ....
Kodxk 97 I Prince Wllhelm
Pi ''r. 17!
P. nrtli race. har.JI.-ii. o-io mile ard
J. In Ilaber 57 I f.av Pointer 101
Alfred VnrKTale ... VJ The ltusn 114
Arthrsclte HI I
nrtli nu-e. I-jear-cId. handicap. flv asd cne-
Trinity H.11 101
School for Scsndx! 1".
lUrry llercndi-en ..11J
Sixth rare, wll-r. tee rrurters of a mll:
Marlon Lmeb 571 Oiomaitiis lft7
Irt'h Je-rel ;;l II-idliKht II 1"7
Lake Ponro liJi Oeliritaa 1'
Junictta US.O'citt I'"
Ilermcrlra lOti Winter W
Nancy Till l
ROIXI.hS AVAS nnsTROM'.D.
Ilrote Ills I.ec In 11 Jumping Uner nt
the llnrlem Track.
ChiciRo. Ill , Oct H. Kxeitemeiit was fur
nished In nearly every event at Harlem to
day, close tinl.sh' and some uncxpectid
conclusions le pins the rpectators guess.inj
nnd the liookies uneasy.
An accident occurred In the steeplechase
event which necessitated the destruction of
llollin;. tho favorite. The hor fell over
tho sixth Jump, brrakim? bis riht leg at
tho shoulder. The ace dent happened In full
view of tho grand stai'd and ae v.a. ta'stn
fro'n tho Held and shot. Rollins; was a
bay geldi-r;. C, car3 ld. He hid ben a
we't.l bre.nl v. Inner anl wis a half-brother
.n Ihr.t fast mire. Acclaim who T.ns one of
ihe best horses in the Wrr. somu etis
f.tqo Kollln-iHi-is a heavily .plijid favorite,
openlnc at 3 to 1 nnd bclfi?bai Iced to S to 3.
Weather clear: track fa' riuuimaries:
rint rac". Ave furlcrr-i Grey John. 115 (Hu
rts), i to L won: Zaeat u. 113 iP. Cla). 10 to L
Mcc-d. Lue!ll Iiramble, Its lem). 7 to 1.
third Time i-r;. Mark Mlle Terroat. ITotcet,
Nalr-tte II irrv e-i.ie, 'aiilt- Xena H. lrank
I .!snd Miiikv Hack. Sum Laiaru-'. K4 Pn
Jamlri Prun Vacel ani Llttlo Jack Horner
Secund nrn. elr ml n hilf fjrlonirs lloval
Victor. lx (IKnilnlck). 5 to7. won. ltlde Altar.
ti (Alexander). S) to I. inoonil. Wall. Mj (ll.
lstdi. 1: to t th r.l. Time, 1.19 4 S. Handmai.
II rswlrft. Albirt Enricht, Hiut Up ani Water
is ,r.t aLo nin.
Third rare, steeplechas-. hcrt co-irae rron I.
Jei (W. Clxne.j). 7 to J. won; HuU-irt. MI (H S.
W!i-on), 4 to 1. recml. Mr. DunUp. 131 (Mol
bll. 7 to I. third Time. 3:41. AI.e B nnd Cor-ee-
nlisi mn Itolllns fill at idxth Jump and
brrkl. his JeB
Ponrih r.i'-e. mile and fifty xapl Krlirht Ilan
rarit l'C (V IH.er.nn. 4 to 3. won; Godensvip
trr. '.i iMarlln) C to I. co-id; Veniettn, !)
IT.Hy). i to 3. th'rl. Time, l:t i-Z Hold Up.
fclflow. TraKcdv anl Mitten nlo rin.
nftti raco. Hvo apd n half furlone--lIylee. MJ
n-ailn. etoi. won: tMith t . ii (i-in.io). 11 to
n. teoonil: Llrtit Hall. IK (Tidlri. l: to I. tMrd.
T.in. 1:'J7 3-i. Cora Geiz Tusniss. Ihlncers
Ctlllle. Preft.ravi-. becex Olorla and Kilctcll ai.a
t?i.w rtt .nil A flMv .rr1m- TV . rt.n Q?
(iVirolalrk). II to 5. won: ITiHW . 1(C (bcvln). W
to 1 pe-ona; Hrciin
..".': -- '.."' "-.. ' "oe v.uii, xootuaii roiiowerii win .,... ..i
. ,. neu .-.e. . . .,-a ,y of opport..nl:ie4 to witness in o fist
trong loottjull to-dav Th.. Tr I ''"'.
nhould be tho'one becenhhe ifefe $JJf
V'3, ??,J, '! Cinbtlan Ilrothers- eleven
. V. ...i! ?J.J1"-'". tl.o enyTaat ntefit
l'l ir.ee. Nathanson. John W. Patton tnd Chaun--
1 I hrr al4i ran.
Iliixv tlmrne Knlrlcs.
1 'r5t race, x furlcn-s. ti llliis-
t-m u H7iOimI l:unnr 1"
!: Kill i2 Hir i lirtstonh. r it
ht vv.sel I'ji I sak.it uck v
Our IJ2l!e . . te.Mi.rulll 1.0
"IkI uce. ix furl .He-
ll-em-ra k .... :(.. Kiiun ..
Hi Kniir.eric. .... I li
i.iirj raie. Uie ard a mlf fur:r.. tlllnir
Terrorist li . Ji.hii i;r.,..
i. '.' U71x.!mmtl.n. ...
J!.rll,i vui I7 1 Kiiin.j, It
"sV! IMJIllial Dar....
I"irtli race, one nil'e, anl a flxtnth.
rifth rji.-. rue ant u h-,if rii -:
lojie I I,. .lw TjJ
y.nr M. .... ., lv,.j JUri-M3
J-lXth rat e one mile
Hi llert .Ll.lelt hi. .,-,... . ....
.. ' '1
.. 1 ".
mi... ,.- "rt..
; ;, i'"ii rap
I Precursor lll-l.,n.
1 !"" race, one mile, wiung:
, .---..un, . . .
Mr I.tri.-ton ,
'Id .Mike . .
I". n . ...
1 Urn. till) -t .
1 t ! nuliif;
ln rus lh)y
I - the PuMler ,
' ! Al. h i II
'-'J ,lll.e Mills
'lurrls. Pork Knirles.
Sb'rrTi Park' 'V'' Vj-y-M'' ,ir to rwrrow nt
'k Jt.,Un. ...
Glade Itun .. .,
lebufl-l.l .. . .
'Jef Prin-e ..
S urry ... . ,
lf?, Itihr 1!11! 1
.. ..lf'll TaliMir J
1 Gortrncr nudl 1
. . .1.01
n.lllMe. la,t trtn furlriiEs i
. . 1 K'ml.rley
. .. 1 Vnr.le T!ioin..m ,
.. . Pi. l:lue.lin . .
llu. en I'nmlial
. .. .1"J Utile Imijj-
1I ltelUJa :
..urse1 raC' w,lil I'lalni Handicap. Fi-llps
Jjirrj- Hrmxnn la
wxter foinr us
LiU j-ihuir 115
r-ourth race. .M-rl P..rk Ilindlcap. two miles
1 '! utlarttr. Wlihru .v.,..-.
in,.. " iriii: ir.,1 t ir.3
V'"; .. ,; -1 -Mailer Harlem . ;
.s. lil!anj:or .m
Vui.lrs,ml7;-'!tlll',tr' lx anJ )na,-aIf turlon?jof
Vlic!.e..,l of Dare.
t. ClMllJ . .
Aii.ii 1 1, j 11
'M ' Klon
Mxth rare. lin.!I
m. n.jiid. .. ....;
Kin? Il nmble
.. lHi peiisny
...110 f lin,nu.;
. 1'2 1 I'i n rersus.,-1....
...lm I Mat him
1"7 llax Taper
-.1 '7 1 1 pt.iin Januxri-
..171 Muhe .
ip Ulth.rs inlle:
. 13 . Oi.Krer
..13 Watt Nut
...1231 Anni'v . .......
..IVJI miik Qut-n ....
..IU till,' u.f
-.115 1 Aill.lh
.. : 1
J. Itellf unit .lluhee ll,l XCM.. ....
Ind.n. OH. lJ1c IInham. 2year-o.I rac
It Vio"..1".!1: ;"'m l.errrd-, ch'M-ut
..i.?ap.at."' 5-andon Park autumn meetlnir
,,, ,. . ,. ".- ... (I,UIIM I.IIIIM-.. jjl S
a Y2L ? ',-! .'".tl'S '" "hmer to be ld
r i1: '''",' '- IW "'"relcnj seas won by
knVSa'nr.; a?jwg,IJ"" Carlr '- -
Won Hteer-Itopln Contest.
fS'Moh.1?,' P;,-".-In le-r-rop!nr;
w ill ii.wi: zr.xvj-ii' ni:rj;.M)nn.
llerresboffs Instriirted tn Hnlld Faster
laclit 'Iliau tli- Columbia.
New York. OCe. 13.-An ofneer of the New
port Yacht Ciub i-aid to-3ay that there
would be a row boat built to defend the
5?iKi,Pu,?JJdn.,hat ,he rr-hoff,
i-U- . . iv.iunilil IIJ ,!
,,, ', e' iirr . .V" ?"??? at the resulaf
Inir of Ihu'".",''",' i? 0D h "en-
,.?-i'.s wl" t" "w'cm news not only to
jacH.smeii, but to the public ccnerally.
inul.y,t;ivm,,b,'Arl ?f Ul atlDK,iom
rnuniii navo h'p-d for the ainouii.-eme-.t
?r "'"to U - kr.inn that Sir Thiinas
L'Pton had determined to send his eeco-id
cha IcnKe They were 8iire It vvou d be .Hf
ffe t , r:,.f..at the Columbia If she hid to
?Slr?-deifcnI ,he SUP' but W It woSSi ta
be bSlt. 1,a:ic" and Ulal ,l nenr Dat slouid
It will now bo left w-llh th Hcrreshoffs
to product, a boat lint Is fas:er than tho
Loliimbii Th.so bu'ldcrs liave. perhaps
reached tho II nit of llshtnes and sifety in
the matter of spirs nnl risBinr. but It Is o
berVi''i.0';1 ethcr iby ia reaciied
tlini matter of hull construc-
Tlitre will bo but little troubla to p'aco
the O.luiribla In commission a :. "huh
itorre." She Is,,t city Island and has l.een
hauled out of the wiler and rrotectd frrm
the weather now almost 11 year. .Mr. lelin
hnj a hous-e built on his property at New
i:,VC?M,e at ,h-V1,nf sh dismantled and
all thinss pertaining to her ccept tie
Inrqcr rparg were sent there properly li!
beied and eafely stored. When they are
wanted they will ha found intact.
C. II. C. 1'I.Ats CILL TO-DV.
-llliiera Arrive, Last .MkIi-1)o Xot Ap.
penr an Jlravy an Kcported.
With tfco games between ChrisUan
Urothers- College ar.d Holla School of Mines:
Pmith Academy and 3Ianu.nl Tr-.ii
School; St. LouU University and the Ca'lil
.(. .!.. . -il ." l" .l..
3:":',,'"'.." ro funof
toum report, circulJltd by Vho 3li?f0 nlS
I fr ... " c,cven. Klunta acalnat tb
I Brothers but a close view- of tho men i sWj
j them to Lo rather lighter on the Sv-Tric-I
than the C II. C. bo5. who claim on a.
aKo weisht of 1st pounds, while the m?neri
do rot apptar to ho over PJ on the iv-rrf
1 a mile l,.:,"leV. l """"" anJ th raa
Coaili IKand tiya that the vletorv n
:.Iari.n-Mnn over his team r...?.?. i'i
nature of a tiuke,
wan In thn
us ono i,i,d ... . .
on a nimuh
o unil Hi.. ,!,; ."."7 "''"'
the tn II. jiL i, ;,.."" ? SCK I
und fiimblinir I- ,, ..ir, ', " "L ."' Pitne
I ltrolher, ....el7. ;; "."' '.".e.
be very -cle all tb M '"""n" .""
even money and take your "--.. rrt '
Sim? pbiji-r, will liy off todav ni'7w
.?.nx1""-. " reJn ifie the F iP?
Sffi" ""'' "" "'" K-i 1S5
iney now ron,!.!r- t.il
men bavo bein fn.M .,."' or s e-t
Mnce the nccldm; ,V... V'..h ' ,m fo-'till
nil! nn. ,.. ; .i'""" nn,
will nn. h. A...-""'."' '""
men on the field to-day nnd ifJ, rvsuUT
1 academy, nnd m.iv .?,. -y-r.V,mV. .or he
men on ih.(iM "LVJi" "a '.?' ' r.sular
, noon. .Manual has a bunch of e-e'n'
' who are blc and strom? i ?l?;r?cn
while smith ha, re II"- notdn'C,, f I,Pr'
dek.he circumstanced 'ne--
The IUrIi School boys will en tn tn .
day to play tho Western VlllKrV? il ? to"
lo... or whom tivy ire a .H.Ar,1'1""'?.
baring he.ird fromYh, ibinne Ch.l Tilfi
ers that tl-ry were up .ir.a!nl ' -. ii, "L Jily
loer on thf e.,r. they will r,iay som ' tw
Ep?tati&;ta" !n hop f && til
Wnnlilinrn Football Tram's tinlea
,.ep'k,a...K:", ' 'v " .Tfrom nair until the
SneL"',V"S lfc "M'-bJiT foottall tean
wl.l meet the Iwet eleven., la tre West. Xet
TrWlm1' ?n tha ColoV..to trl"
ire erst ean will h nawi . tir. i- ...
2KK,2:, VIth h stte tolm team at MS: I
JnrSr,1u,X:-r,hlM,e socutlon team
The next ram In Kin'as will be at Lawrence,
Saturrliy. Ncvember 3. wit the Ha.ltell Indian.
The Washburn home carrea will commenee with
On Jfondiy. SoVember IJ. the stroaf .N.tawk. I
. the medicos are entnie. . i,, .i"
. -. u. - ii'uniini t ii,.oi
tbev JeMlved for the win. AaTo the
ne of the struggle on th,. miiif.- .V.
tllil .Iftirminn ..l..r -'". ..'a-
. " ... . uj-iiim.i bct'ln to II
t Holla to mak.. at leiV. nl I ,y
.on c It r. Vi?: .t3.1 1o touch.
of ihn v..,mi V.'; 'c,",5.,raPa'- ' ''-
iiirnsi irnm the dili'nl v
taldl'bivl and y.ai a.e Mrcrt'ieneil in ever?
jou to red-lle bu-lnes-. men 1ioti we have curd. We 2:n positively assure jou the ijulc.eit.
ssf. st and most rehab cure obi unaine. Wc can at you for a happy married llfo and a successful
tusuies- oretr ' on-uit 11s to-dav.
ntCCIICCO AC UCU Wc bare made aspeclil studvoftlu: tr-atm-nt of.Mn's riiseasi
Dix9i.llO.-7 Ur fflCll forinaiiryeais.an1orerl000Jcuredpat:cn:s'Hdfc-!adly testifyta
curuness. snillasd honesty la the practice of our snecaltv.
WViil-ocnrcSTIIII TUHK In ten to twenty diys. HI.OID POION In thirty to nicety daja.
NEUVOl'-. DKlIII.lrV.indall Vital V.'caknesses and diseases cf men.
V.'KITK us i f all ,1 -Ncrlnt;on of TO'irease if uaaVc to ca! Our perfected s j-.tem of hoin
tre.itme.i a! ssu c'--ful. t.'onsultatlon and ex-aruliiatlon free. TaUe elevator to eighth floor.
llou.b- j a. m tuMia in.. Susdays.Ua. m. to! p. m.
Drs. FRAHGI3 & ITMIS,5!S5fe!S!:I'
Qfl1 ill IUC CT H.lnh. !.. Eta:U. .ci ttfirrt :l flr Emilu Bullilir.
lUf ULIVC Oli ll.in: 9 a. n. t ft 1. it. Sandlji. t U.alf.
City papers will prcre eiUb!lhed p-actlce atnee IMS. See pack nambtrj
of Th lcepulc. He convinced. Tou fee Pit, VVHITTIKIt In terton
For Honest Treatment.
Cures all Chronic. Vern Illooil.S'klii anil Lrlnnry Ulacasc
both exe .Vervimf lbilltv. Lost 3Ianliiniil. et-.. prcludni: nerr
oj.ne9. diapondincy and trrltablene-s or unntnes for buxlseii ,r marrtaca
erult cf error. lr.?t isanhond milky urine, orsanic iseakress qutcknes. t.
! 9- p. m-,l n.S fb'mI C.r pi mnt ef At fir .ttr.lr ?1
A'l ettrea. Kezems. Ulcers,
LiliiHr; tnl lltnilifer altmerts culikly cured. Palrfal. mracult. Too Krejuent or
... irine. .o irli- l.-a-en nhlrh ortruct urinary pasoxe A'k lor Mia 3.
I'llei a,j n lleelrl dleenee. enre.!. Modern ireth r euttlrr Cal! rr writ for ailxlea.
Mirirlrn! eie-.. nh'ther concenitxl or acqubw! uccesful!y treat. Vrlcnc!? In ( dT.
...eui.-na A.iFiiminrr and lamer tree
THE OLD RELIABLE
'"i uieiioiinry and Inxiier free at erne er sealed
Located loStLouUA. D. ISSS. six days, others 30 to 93 days. We have cared thousand!
by mail. Write full particulars of case and inclose 95.00. It will insure a prompt
reply -with medicine.
Mormon Bishops Fills
rT?mr-h A-4 U-eir Ulw.tlN Md'Ci.
cf Kit tbiae, dislljatxn. mmti. or
potcney, i-ost power, mgnt-uci se, spermatorrnoea insomnia, raina
in Back, Crll Desires, mlnl err.lsslc.-i. Lame rfc, "eocui uo
bllltir. Heudacho,UnfltnesitoMariTi"-osof pwu (niriMi Varicocele,
or ion-.ipaxion, eopB vui.Vjcneto .01 uis- o-i a crrarre. a;op? wmwr-
VOUS TWItOninKOT CrcllOI.
nn, fiat. Cmj.. irrt Zc.iAjfKiti.f-
weiih, oii3ci-rc K35 mil aac. rrr.r teiiriw vc imi,
.-. ci ... .. '. ... " -'. '
tit.)te. CircnUrs ttee. Addrns. Bishop Kemsiy Co., San Francisco, Cal.
IIAISOTCAU & CO. Broadway & laicu ATSh.
t'nlveriltv trim wilt mt Warhburn en tte lt
AVAbIIITO. Ti:il 11E011CAXI7.CD.
Kootbnll Vli-n .llet VentiTiIuy and De
cided to . tu Le-bitnim.
Waahincton University feitball men sot
together jesterday and had a Ions, wr.rf
ble talk about their recent decision to dls-bt-nd
tho team. The result was to be ex
pected where young men who like to play
the gamo are interested, especially when
thero in a trip out of town in prospect .ir.d
a hard came sure to be- hid at the end of It.
Ilio tlven was reorK.iutzed. with ll.inaner
Lilcra mill at tho h.lm. An to the ch.inge
In liour that it vus hoped the faculty
would he lit to make, the- boy.x svu up
and will secure substitutes .imonu the
students to till tha vacancies caused by
the drorping out of the medical students
who cannot Ilnd timo In which to practice
Twelve Washington players will go to
Lebanon. 111., thl-. morning to piny th
same that was rchedulcd with tho McKen
dreo Collide of that town. Tho three days
that the team has not practiced will not
hamper their plavlnc nny to-day. as they
never did much, practicing for any of their
It was finally derided that all money re
alized from football games should be turned
over to the general Athletic Association
of the university lor the supiort ot other
tram, such a.s a track team and baseball
cn.vjirioxs GET Tiinnt CLI
Anna Held nnd Mayor DIclil of I'll la
bor K 1'ri-oMiti'iI Tropby to IVlnner.
1.1- I'I ULIC fcl'KCIAL.
Iittbu. 111-. Oet. 1?. The cup won by
tho llrookljn team in its post-season series
with I'ittsburg was presented to-night at
the AIvlu Theater to the victors In tha
presence of a crowded houe. At the eamo
timo tho lirookbn players wero presented
with ii check lor Jj by M. N. J.icobJ. .i
prominent Pittsburg business man. who
did not want to havo his name mentioned.
It was blurted out In u laugrhable manner
by Captain Kelly of the lir-ol.lvn team. .Mr.
Jacobs is a, brother-ln-l.iw- of Manager
Hr'.lbronner of the St Louis club.
The cup. wreathed in an American flag,
was brought on tho stage by Anna Held,
the a-.tres?. who threw tuck the folds of
"Old Clor" nnd said. In her Inimitable
1 "Tench accent:
"1 hope "2U bowl will always contain a
god ball: v.sr'
M.ior Diehl made the preyentation and
Captain Kelly dropped Into oratory In ack-
"ll;ulr.iitty. to whom wc have given the
cup." said the blushing captain, "is not
hire, although I know vie all want to see
hint. McGinr.lty Is the best ball player
that every wore a uniform, and wo are
sorry lo lose him."
As Kelly turned to go ho was called
back and the Major gavo him a check, say
ing: "It Is from a donor who doe not wish to
be known. You can acknowledge tho re
teipt of the check to him."
"I think Jlr, Jjccbs." said Captain Kelly,
as he looked at the "Ignature. und the se
cret was ouL Seeretary Iull!am of the
Tmtshuri' team was. presented by thu local
players with a diamond ring.
IMSOItDEH AT I'ltlZi; FICIIT.
Poller Hnii to Interfere to Eatabllsh
Peace nt a Chirac" Ilout.
Chicago. Oct. 19. Another referee was as
siultcd at the Illinois Athletic Club to-night,
and It toolc a dozen policemen to restore
j order. Tho row was precipitated by Itefereo
Paty raiion oi umana caning tne ngnt be
tween Ciirenee Forties and Walter liioom a
draw, after I'orbe.s seemed to Have had the
best of th contest.
When Kallon made his announcement
Harry Korbes. a brother of Clarence, rushed
at the Westerner and lanucd a v!ciou3
swing on his Jaw. The latter grappled with
Harry and Clarence ru.-.he-d to his brother's
assistance. The three were in a lively mlx
up with Fallon getting decidedlj- the worst
ot it. when several policemen rescued hlra
from th onslaught of the two bantam
Policemen were then stationed at the four
corners of the ring to prevent further d s
crder during the wlrd-up between Henny
Yanger. tho "Tipton Slasher." and Tommy
Sullivan of Brookljn. which resulted in a
draw after six furlou rounds.
Vlrirlnla 10, JacLnonvIlIe O.
Vlrslnla. I1L, Oct. M. The Virginia, and Jack-
DRINK AND DRUG HABIT CURED
The Paqnin Immune Treatment makes
tained upon the stomach, thus immunizing
aT- half flitHa,Mti To el A , si tit. lka. aaiaa Z
",c" t"u"" jiua vUJirin, x, xnpu
IN FIVE DAYS.
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Lost Manhood? Art you nrv-as. irr.tablc- and i.tpnde-t Df. 70 1
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let power or wtalcn-ilar dralBft.
restore yoa wilbout drafa r
I elaetiirltri t3. In ne not aa
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partle.Ir.. eent aealed In plain enetlope.
ICUL APFtUNCt CO.. 414 Cb.rl.. Blr.. Dirw, Cst.
sonvdle lllsh School football team played
etrcng frame here this atterncon. icore: Vlr
slnla 1". Jacksonville 6. Virginia, has not lost a
game tbU seaibn.
TO IlACt: IJf KXGLAXD.
TVhlinrr und Keen Horaea Will De
New York. Oct. 19. What Is probably tn
blrjgest fhlpme-nt of horses In training from)
tills, side of the Atlantic ever made will go
out to-morrow on the steamer Jlinnehaha.
the shippers belns tho sreat rival owners.
W llllam C. Wtitney and Jamca It. Keene.
The Ke-eno string will includo Hvo year-
lings, thre S-year-oIela and tho 3-year-old
Petruchlo. The 2-year-olds aro Olympian.
Cap und Bells and Noonday.
Jlr. iVhitn..y's lot will consist of Jeaa
Beraud, 4; Killashandra, 3; Kilmarnock, 3i
L) IJcy. 3; Prince Chnries. 2; ilornlnir Sidol
2; Elizabeth AI.. S: Luke WardSrHolatel
V. and Klkhorn. 2. In thl- lot are some ttiae
Mr. Whitney originally Intended to send,
across thu Atlantic, and on the other hand,
it does not include s.ome that had been
scheduled to go.
-Ja Manning will be In charge of th
vrhltnoy consignment. On tbe Minnehaha.
will also bo the Jumper, Klondike and his
owner nnd trainer. George U. Hill.
Driving Club Ilncen To-Dny.
The G.ntleraen's Driving Club wilt r-lr anothei.
cutines this afterucon over th Forest Pari
ccurv. teclnnlcz nroirrtlj- at t o'clock. Lilt
taturday- proRrammo wilt be dupIIcAfd. and
tonie cowl raclnu Is anticipated. Tfieemrl-i:
first race, cnj-ifleu exhibition trot-aeneral.
Q-i'b- .,D; J"!: Charley A., s. g.. Oera
Welek: Itoxlo U. blk. m.. F. (1. Loeiieklrn.
Second race classified exhlblUcn trot-Klae
?T..,S!JnfJrV.?,al u?m P- -. Montezuma Btav
UV ,s.Ta,n Glenn, br. .. K. o. Ioeekam.
Tnlril race, cneelni wnt.n .-.. ,. n.
r T a VKiV-'-Si" '.2-y""'" -""
-.. -. v.-..,... . aii LiacKarniLrt. r a-
Lhos. Carlln: Ladv 11Un it, . i n i5
tin: Boxer, b. r . tviuiV sWibrteiT " r' ""
Fourth race claimed i Mtlbltion nao-AI .-vrest.
j ii.hu. .,k. itt innn i ,
ISS .,i ny.liaTBonner'it.l.g:
n. sr . i. TirMainrinir r.t. . . -
drink so obnoxious tr.a it- a v.
the patient. Reclaims relapse front
a. m aaaaaiaa a - .
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