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SMASHED THE TRACK RECORD.
The Chicago Derby Won by
Lamplighter the Kavarite for the
Opening »f the (!»n»j Inland linnar
Meeting-Prntntu <>r the Cowboy
Race— Turf and Cycling
if tfta Associated Press.
Chicaoo, Jnne 17.—The greet Morelk)
won the Chicago Derby today in the
presence of 12,000 peoplo at Hawthorne
track. The track waa feat, weather per
fect and all the conditions favorable.
The time was 2:10, teeter by three sec
onds than the distance, a mile and a
quarter, was ever covered on this track.
Morel lo was the favorite in betting at
odds of 4 to 1, soms betting on Bound
less, but others had little betting except
The horses got off at tbe first line-up,
Ingomar leading, with Boundless and
Morello behind. Boundless drew to the
front, and past the quarter was leading,
followed in the order named by Ingomar,
Henry Young, the hang and Mo
rello. At the hall Morello moved
to second place. At the three-quarters
Boundless was leading by a length, and
the race was between the leader and
Morello, with only a neck between the
two, in ths stretch, but Morello pulled
up and won by a length and a half,
Boundless second, four lengths in front
of Ingomar. The race was worth $5000,
$750 to second and $250 to third.
CONEY ISLAND JOCKEY CLUB.
irpenlnjc or m« i4i*«ac ivimtw ngaimf nr
flaw lU—*■ JlliT. Tnll 17. —This was
the opening day of tbe Coney Island
Jockey club's meeting. The track waa
fast. The crowd was good.
Five furlongs—Hsrocco won, White
Rose second, Walcot third; time 5114-5.
(Fastest time for the track).
Five and one-half fnrlongs—Hornpipe
won. Declare second, Huriingham third;
time 1 :07.
Half a mile—lola won, Sam Lucas sec
ond, Montepool third ; time 0:48.
One mile -Sir Walter won. Sir Francis
second, Lidgerwood third; time 1:48»
One mile and a furlong—Kilkenny
won, Low lander second, Dr. llasbrouck
third; time 1:54 8-8.
Seven furlongs—Liisie wen, Gloam
ing second, Steve Estea third; time
THE COWBOY RACE.
Mldrltstnn, OIU.«»p1m anil Btephena In
G'Nkili,, N*b.. Jnne 17.—Middleton,
Gillespie end Stephens, leaders of the
cowboy race, arrived here at I -.28 today.
Tbey are in good shape and feeling wel 1.
Albright waa not with them. Douglass,
Jonee, Campbell and Berry registered at
Lone Pine early thia morning. The
horses are in good ahape and stood the
work remarkable well so far.
At 5 :.V> Charles Smith aud Emmet Al
bright passed through town. Berry,
Jones, Douglass and Campbell have not
yet arrived. The racers wIU next be
heard from atSionx City.
THE SUBURBAN HANDICAP.
Lamplighter Thought to Be a Sate Win
ner of the Kaon.
New York, June 17. —Seldom have
racing men formed ench pronounced
opinions regarding the winning chances
of certain horses at a race as they have
thi« year for the suburban handicap, in
advance of the day of the race. By far
the greatest number think Lamplighter
a sure winner next Tuesday, of the great
event, but still Banquet, Dr. Hasbronck,
Kaeeland and Lsonawell have a host of
St. Louis Races.
St. Loe/is, June 17.—The track waa
Six furlonga—Warren Leland won,
Ruber Borrows aecond, P.tu King third;
Six furlongs—Clara Bauer won, Clara
White second, Charlie third; time,
Seven furlongs—Geraldirie won, High
land second. Pedestrian third; time,
Five furlonga—Crochet won, Maud D.
second, Little Billie third; time.l :OtJ.
One mile—Ransack won, Maggie
Oline second, Oooheeo third: time,
1:46 3 4 .
One anile—Granite won. Red Cap sec-
thirn ; time, 1 :45.
One mile—Zander won, Leonard sec
ond, Coronet third; time, 1:44.
Handicap, mile and a sixteenth —
Sonndmore won, Floodgate second,' Be
ssie Bisland third; time, 1:50.
1/ATONIA, rvy.,<juii» a,— Aius trnca was
Six furlongs— Fontenello won, John
Berkley second, Tbe Hero third; time
One mile and 70 yards—Philora won,
Le Grande second, Hary Smith third;
Kree handicap, one mile—-La Colonia
won, Bonnie Byrd second, Ronald thitd;
Humyar stakes, mile and a furlong—
Plutus won, Decapop second, Buck Mc-
Cann third ; time 1 :58> 4 .
Five furlongs—Little Chris'won, Sarah
H. second, In Front third ; time 1:06.
Six furlongs—Captain Drane won,
Halcyon second, Avondale third; time
1:17> 4 . .
London, June 17. —banger, the Amer- j
lean bicyclist, won the Dulwich mile
race today; time, "> minutes 49 3-5 sec
onds ; Harris second, Pope third.
In the five-mile race, Wilson beat
Harris. The winner's time waa 18 min
utes 2 :> 4 seconds. Sanger did not start.
San Francisco Races.
San Fbancisco, June 17. — Three
eighths of a mile—ltedlight won, Nellie
Van second, Cyclone third; time,
Four and a half furlongs—Realization
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j won, Fortuna second, Happy Hand
third; time, 0:50,
Handicap, six turlones—Quarter S'-!V
won, Komalua second, Grade, third;
Four and a half furlongs, 2-year-olds—
Montalva won, Seaside second, Wairajo
third ; time, 0 .■.V...
Handicap, mile and a quarter —Sir
Reel won, Dinero second, Lady Gwenn
third; time, 2:10.
OFF FOR TUB VTK9T.
Monslgnnr Satnlll Started on an" In
Nkw York, June 17.—Monsignor Ba
tolli, apostolic delegate, and party left
Washington today for an extended tour
through the west. St. Paul will be the
first objective point. When the com
pany resumes the tour westward it
will be installed In the sumptu
ous private car of James J. Hill,
president of tbe Great Northern rail
road. Hill and Archbishop Ireland will
remain with Satolli during the continu
ance of the trip. The next stop will be
at Helena, where a few days will be
passed. After leaving Helena, Yellow
stone Park will be visited. Leav
ing the Yellowstone Park tbey
will proceed to Spokane. Con
tinuing further west they will make
short rtope at Seattle, Tacoma, and
Pngft Sound. Thnsfarit is not deter
mined whether they will visit the cities
of California, but it is probable the
jonrney will he continued to San Fran
cisco. It is hinted that Satolli will, as a
result of the trip, undertake the estab
lishment of Catholic Italian colonies in
sparcely nettled districts of the west.
A DBADI.T KPIDBMIO.
Terrible Ravages or Typhoid Fever at
Ironwoop, Mich., June 17. —An epi
demic of typhoid fever here is the worst
ever known in the state. The public
schools were closed 10 days ago on ac
count of the disease. The armory and
other available buildings have been
tamed into hospitals. The physicians
ar6 falling sick themselves from over
work and loss of sleep. The cases num
nesrty 400 now, and the deaths are
from (I to 10 daily. The number of vic
tims is increasing. All steps taken co
far to stop the ravages of the disease
have been ineffectual.
National League Kail Otmei,
Philadelphia, Jnne 17.—The Phillies
won a fourteen-ianing game by good all
around playing. Philadelphia, 6; Balti
PIMBSUSW, June 17.—Beckley's batting
was the feature of the game today.
Pittsburg, « ; Cleveland, 7,
New York, June 17. —The Senators
hit Baldwin, New York's pitcher, hard
today. New York, 5; Washington, 7.
Boston, Jnne 17.—The Boston-Brook
lyn game was postponed on account of
Ventura, Cel., June 17. —David Mc-
Kee, living near Saticoy, aged 84, ac
cidentally fell into a barranca 30 feet
deep and was killed, lie was a much
Chris Ryman, living near Saticoy, fell
from a ladder and had his back broken.
He is etill living.
Edward Obman, of the steam schooner
Excelsior, had his leg caught in a rope
in unloading lumbar and was drawn with
great force against the yard arm and in
New York, Jnne 17. —Imports ol
specie at the port of New York for the
week were $192,425, of which $111,740
was gold and $70,679 silver. Exports of
specie from the port of New York for the
week were $822,662, of which $14,817
was gold and $807,845 silver. Ol this
amount $806,120 silver went to Europe
and $14,817 gold and $1725 Bilver went
to South America.
New York, June 17.—Departures for
Europe today by a large fleet of trans-
Atlantic steamers were fully as large as
those on the previous Saturday, and will
exceed 3000. Eastward travel seems to
be in excess of west, and so far the ex
pected world's fair rush has failed to
Bunker Hill Day.
Boston, Jnne 17.—Bunker Hill day
was very inauspicious for tbe oelebratlan
arranged, rain falling continuously and
mining the decorations. The parade
was postponed. Banks and business
houses were closed.
No Snooeeaor to Severance,
Washinoton, June 17. —Inquiry at tbe
department of state discloses the fact
that ho appointment has yet been made
of a successor to United States Consul-
Gsneral Severance at Honolulu.
Koyal Yacht Race.
London, June 17.—The regatta of the
Royal Yacht club was held today over
the usual course off the Isle of Wight.
The Valkyrie won, Britannia second and
Lord Derby and Mr. tlladatone.
Wo hare lost a great imVlligonce in
Lord Derby—a great intelligence, per
haps, rather than a /Treat intellect. For
we fancy there is a slight difference of
signification between the two. For ex
amplo, it wonld be hard to imagine
minds more different in their constitu
tion than Lord Derby's and Mr. Glad
stone's. Lord Derby's pure intelligence
was in many respects much the wider
of tho two. He saw with much more
impartial virion both what was not to
his mind and what was, but the result
was that he often, especially in early
life, rather chiliad than attracted
the sympathy of thoeo whom he ad
dressed. Hia light was eminently dry
light, cold light—almost at times bloak
light. He seemod to say, "This is my
I view, and so far as I can judge the
complete view, but if you cannot follow
me that is no business of mine, and I
am quite indifferent whether yon agree
with me or not."
Mr. Gladstone's attitude of mind is al
most as unlike as it can be. He seldom
gives the impression of any detachment
,at all. He is eager, vehement, playful,
persuasive, sympathetic, in the highest
sense impressive. He is nothing less
than impartial on any subject into which
he enters with his whole mind, but he
makeß you forget this in the charm of
his invitation to agree with him. Lord
Derby's argumentative shots were what
are technically termed "chilled shots"
as compared with Mr. Gladstone's. Ii
thoso shots did their work, they did it
with a certain ostentatious frigidity nt
to the effect.—London Spectator.
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LOS ANGELES HERALD SUNDAY MORNING, s/tJNE 18, 1853.
GAVE HIM A HOT RECEPTION.
How a Fireman Baffled a
A Stream of Scalding; Water Turned
on the Bandit.
Martial Law Declared at Tonawanda
N. T.—A Terrible Bptdemte of
Typhoid Favor— General
By the Associated Press.!
St. Joseph, Mo., June 17.—Last night
near Pacific Junction an attempt waa
made to hold up a passenger train on
the Kansas City, St. Joe and Council
Bluffs road. The train was under way
and tbe fireman was engaged in throw
ing a stream of hot water on the coal in
the tender, when a man crawled over
the coal, and shoving a revolver into his
face told him to throw up his hands.
Instead of doing so Fireman Heming
way turned hot water on the bandit,
thoroughly scalding him. The man
fired two shots at Hemingway and then
UNDER MARTIAL LAW.
A State or Singe Declared at Tonawan
da, New York.
Tonawanda, N. V., Jnne 17.—This
village is now under martial law. At 2
o'clock this afternoon President Oeorge
W. Stanley issued a proclamation calling
upon everybody to abstain from violence,
and declaring the village under martial
law. The issuance of the proclamation
created considerable excitement. Tbe
lumbermen held a secret meeting and
decided not to give up the fight. There
is a total suspension of business here at
present, and the lumbermen are dis
cussing plana to carry on work next
CLEVELAND WILL DECIDE.
Tha President Will Arbitrate Between
Krsr.il and Argentine.
New York, June 17.—Baron de Rio
Barnco of Brazil, the envoy sent to ask
President Cleveland to act as arbitrator in
the dispute between Brazil and Argentine
over the possession of the state of Pa
rana, is in the city. Charles E. Oiran
dot, private secretary for the baron,
returned from Washington to
day and said President Cleveland
had consented to act as arbitrator.
Arguments will be presented to him im
mediately noon the arrival of a special
envoy from Argentine, and the case will
be left for the president to decide.
Edoerton, Ind., June 17.—A double
murder occurred here tonight. A
row occurred in a saloon, and
soon the entire population, crazed
with drink, participated. Pistols
were need freely, and Hugh Ooye was
shot and instantly killed and Sam Boyer
lay on the ground with his throat
cut. He died in 30 minutes.
Mrs. Boyer was shot in the arm
and severely wounded. All ths
participants fled across tbe state line
into Ohio as soon as they heard that the
sheriff had left Fort Wayne with a
Signals of Distress.
Atlantic City, N. J., June 17.—Ex
citement prevails here over tbe appear
ance down the coast of rockets appar
ently shot from a vessel in distress.
Captain Gaekill of tbe Longport
life-saving station, will summon a crew
and go to the assistance of the vessel. A
high sea is running and in combination
with a strong wind renders it dangerous
to vessels near the shore.
A Hotel But,
"Let me took at the letters in the B
box, please,'* said a man to the clerk in
one ot the up town hotels this morning.
The elegantly attired gentleman behind
the marble bestowed a stony stare upon
the other individual and in his most icy
"What name, eirT
"We have no mail here for yon, sir,"
said the olerk in accents that froze into
icicles as the words dropped from hie
lips. "Ton will probably find it at the
"This set of bores," said the clerk, "ie
the worst that beset us. The men who
lounge in our easy chairs, swipe onr star
tionery and make themselves generally
at home in the lobby are nothing com
pared to the fellow veVo will have hii
mail sent in the care of the hotel of whicb
he is not and has never been a guest
The public have no idea what a terribh
nuisance and how much time is con
sumed tn dealing with these individuals
As soon as we get onto tbeir racket w«
send the letters back to the postofflce
Many men wfll take a room for a day 01
night at a hotel and then go to a board
ing or lodging house, just for the pur
pose of having their mail sent in our can
and so they can afterward use our sta
tionery. We quickly tnmble to then
and send their mail back to the postof
flee, and in nine cases out of ten this wil
freeze them out."—Washington Sta*.
Tne'lAtest Thing in Petitions.
The latest thing in petitions to parlia
ment is thijepetition of a single house
hold. A. 11. street, Somewhere,
entertains an libjeotion to a bill which
is before the house, and straightway he
and the members of hie family draw up
a protest, sign it and forward it to the
member of the division in which they re
side for presentation to the house of com
mons. This may be a highly proper pro
oeeding, hut if it should became popular
it will add largely to the duties of the
honorable members. —London Tit-Bits.
Sticks Closer Than a Brother.
Bob Clamwhooper—About a week ago
you sold me a porous plaster to get rid
of a pain in my chest.
Druggist—Yes, 1 remember it very
well. What can Ido for you now?
Clamwhooper—Now I want something
to get rid of the porous plaster.—Texas
Three Weloomo Ships.
Three steamships arrived at Montreal
within two or three hours of each other
on Thursday. One was loaded with gin,
one with lemons, and one with sugar,
and Montreal is content.—Exchange.
The beet way to avoid scalp diseases, hair
falling ont and premature baldness it to use
the best preventive known for that purpose-
Hall's Hair Renewer.
A Feat In Carving.
In all branches of sport beating the
previous record is a performance of al
most everyday occurrence, and no mat
ter how excellent the achievement it U
not likely to remain long unchallenged
and nnconquered. The establishment of
a new kind of record, although not strict
ly within tha realms of actual sport,
cannot therefore fail to interest that large
class of speculators who are ever ready
to discover something new on which to
stake their spare cash. A wealthy young
Cuban recently made a bet with the carv
er of one of the leading night restau
rants on the Boulevard—the wager be
ing for 1,000 francs—that the latter
would not cut and make 2,000 complete
sandwiches in 24 hours.
The carver won tho bet easily, accom
plishing the feat in 19 hours'and 40 min
utes, demolishing 92 hams in the opera
tion. This huge mass of sand wiches was
divided among the principal hospitals of
Paris and the environs, among whose in
mates the unexpected advent of such
tasty morsels created unfeigned delight
—•Paris Cor. London Telegraph.
Admission Fees at the Bis Fair.
The disappointment which follows the
payment of a quarter to see the block
like but highly scented Eskimos illus
trates tho great ruling principle at this
show, which ia that the beat that is to be
seen is what is seen free of extra cost. If
the Eskimos, the Irish village, tho animal
show, the Turkish town and that sort
of thing are worth 25 and 50 cents each
to a visitor, it is oertain that the great
exposition, common to all for one admis
sion fee, should bo rated at a thousand
dollars* worth of sightseeing.
The wonders of every avenue of indus
try and the treasures of every form of
art from all over the world are all to be
seen for a half dollar paid at the outside
gates. Tho things that cost extra are
very closely like the sideshqws of ihe
circuses and the dime museum exhibits
of the Bowery. They are genuine, and
those in the Bowery are faked—that's the
main difference.—Chicago Cor. New
Schoolmarms Pestered by Mice.
Innocent little mice have caused such
a commotion among the lady teachers of
the new Neiser school at Bethlehem that
a strike is hinted at unless the directors
go gunning for the pestiferous beasts.
Although the building is new, a large
number of mice frolio about on every
floor, and the schoolmarms are in con
stant terror. Feminine eyes glance nerv
ously abont beneath desks, and nervous
hands twitch cloeo to the skirte to be
ready for a retreat in case a bold mousie
scampers her way.
The pupils, especially the boys, whose
sense of humor is better developed thaD
their veneration, do not hesitate to scare
the bothersome mice so they will run
toward their teachers. The question Is
so grave the school board will take
action, it is said, to abate what the
pretty girl teachers say is "a horrid nui
Perjury In England.
Confession is said to be good for the
soul, and if such be tho fact The Pall
Mall Gazette and an English judge can
take much comfort. They declare that
perjury is becoming a fashionable vice
in England. In trying a case at nu-
•-essays -— . , v„....
a magistrate in India, says that as pui
jnrers the false witnesses of Bengal, of
whom dosens can be got for a sixpence,
are not to be compared with their con
geners in England. In the case he was
trying the cross swearing was so hard
that no verdict could be given. The
Gazette says it iB humiliating, bnt the
samevioe prevails in London. "The honor
of a politician, the honor of a wife—it
made no difference; you can always hire
some one to swear it away."—Exchange.
The Mania For Suicide.
Another woman who has the suicide
habit has turned up in the person of
Maggie Benner of Now York. Seven
times during tiie past year has she at
tempted to end her life, bnt all have
been unsuccessful. The first time was
in March, 1899, when she jumped into
the East river and was rescued. Several
weeks ago she drank carbolic acid, and
on Tuesday night she attempted suicide
again by drinking paregoric and carbolic
acid. She has also been sent to the
Bellevue hospital four times while suf
fering from alcoholism. Besides these
futile attempts at death she has been ar
rested for stabbing a woman.
Looking For Dear Friends.
"What has induced Marrowfat to take
np genealogy aU of a sudden?"
"He's trying to find some sort of a rel
ative in Chicago so that ha can get free
board at the fair."—Harper's Bazar.
••The Noble Art or Self Defense."
Bkt Forth by an Authority—Self defense is
instinctive Persons who find themselves af
flicted with heart disease as manifested by its
many symptoms, palpitation, short breath, ir
regular pulse, painin.ideor shoulder, smother
ing, fainting or dropsy, etc., naturally desire a
defense against what may terminate fatally.
For this express purpose no remedy has ever
approaches Ur. Miles' New Heart Cure, sold by
O.h. lltnce 177 N. Spring, on a guarantee.
Mrs. 0. F. Perkins ol Northwood, la., says,
Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure saved herll'e. She
suffered from palpitation and heart would fre
quently beat as high as 125 a minute. Was
not expected to live Was a mere skeleton.no
relief from physicians, New Heart Cure cured
One Echo mere, in foal by McKlnney, 2:12 K.
One mere by Inca, in foal by McKinaay, 2:27.
One mare by Romero, 2;19.
One mare by Dash wood.
One mere by Clipspringer.
One two-year-old Ally by Hosslper, 2:29>i,
One Ally by Woolecy, a brother to Sunol,
one three-year old filly By Alcasar, 2:20, in
foal by McKlnney, 9;12'/».
One thoroughbred stallion by Rutherford, all
ready to race. ~ . „. .
Also some colti and fillies byMcKtnney and
These mares are all ont of good dams and are
good individuals. These blooded animals will
be sold i heap, a» I desiro to dispose of all my
6toclr except McKlnney and Oosslper.
Tulss.ock can be seen any morning at
6-8 oat C. A. DUBFIK, Owner.
iaileson & Co.,
The Largest Stsck of Those
Goods West of Chicago.
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112 South Spring Street,
Bet. Firat and Second.
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