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< rlwTEJIiX1 > Sept 21The sensational
Bfcure thIs atternoon was the winning of
the ihird race by a 30 to 1 ahot Chrysalis
Be kin wa the Woodlawn handicap
L handily in the i good time of 201U under a
we 4ont of 120 pounds
ll Sijriurlougs Felix won Homer sec
Il oted iQafjcnet third Time l14j
Male Parvenus won Joe Carter second
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4t f Fh e furtongs Chrysalis won Pappooso
I second Japonica third Time 102
I rRiilo and three sixteenths Reckon won
I Klldeer second Demath third Time
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I Six furlongs Kingston won Queenie
III Tiotvbrldge kccond Major Daly third
to Time 115
iLr I 2 Six ongsFlavilla won Bob Suther
I land second Alcalde third Time 115
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LTOJASept 21lhc track was stiff
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> Six and onehalf furlongs Parament
I WO1 Out of Sight second Dixie V third
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f i Six furlongs Critic won Ki dork tee
r end The Queen third Time 119
l Mile and onesixteenth Dave Pulslfer
won Eolem second London Smoke third
Time 1B4
Free handicap five furlongs Falstaff
r won Deception second Fay S third Time
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r I Four and onebalf furlongsSt Clair
won Fancy second Carrie Poarsal third
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AT CnICnINATJ
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t bunched their bits and won easily
Cincinnati 1 Louisville 3 Batteries
SulHvliI Murphy Stratton Merrltt
AT WAZZitGTOy
21 No gamo rain
AT BALTIMORE
No gamerain
AT IJIILADELImJ
Brooklyn batted all around
Philadelphia 3 Brooklyn 6 Batteries
Carey Clements Haddock Dailey
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Ih Colts bunched their hits and won
easily Dahlens base running and batting
was the feature
Chicago 6 St Louis 2 Batteries
Hutchison Kittredge Breitenstein
Briggs
AT CLEVELAND
Cleveland won out In tho ninth on a
sacrifice hit and a single It was pitchers
contest
Cleveland S Pittsburg 2 Batteries
Clarkson Zimmer Terry Miller
Another Match Made
Special to THK HERALD Examiner Dispatch
NEW YOKE Sept 2L Manager Horan
has made a match in theeast for Australian
Billy Murpby who is now atPcintTiburn
Yesterday the officials of the Coney Island
JLthletio club said they would give a purse
of 12500 for a match between Murphy and
the winner of the GriffinLynch fight
which occurs Monday the tight to take
place in October and to follow the Ged
reyChoynski contest Horau tonight saw
Lynch and Griffin and both If tho pugilists
expressed a willingness to meet Murphy
Half Mile Bicycle Eecord Broken
INDEPENDENCE Ia Sept 2L Johnson
broke the half mile standing start bicycle
record today placing the mark at 58 35
FUSION IN WYOMING
The Populists and Democrats Acree on a
Iicfcet The Concessions
DODGLAS Wy Sept 21The Peoples
party state convention met here today
The delegates wore in caucus until after
midnight debating the question of fusion
snd dost of the forenoon was de
voted to the subject The vote
on fusion resulted in 27 to 10
In favor of fusion Great excite
ment ensued and many of tho delegates left
tho hall The condition of the fusion is
this The stato Democratic nominees for
residential electors to be withdrawn and
Weaver electors elected by the Populists
In consideration of these concessions the
Populists endorse the Democratic state
nominees for govern = member of Con
gress and supreme judge
Sent In His Annual Report
YASnI GTO N D C Sept 21 Secretary
Noble has received the annual report of
Captain J H Dorst acting superintendent
of theSeguia and General Grant national
parks la California Tho report is a de
tailed account of the captains observations
during the year his efforts to keep herders
out of the confines of the park All lands
an Sequis the captain thinks
should be purchased by tho govern
ment department and placed in Camp
Grant purL He has been acting under
instructions which seems to have beeu
tJTectivo In preserving good order and pro
tecting the big trees from disfigurement
and spoliation Once only has it been
louad necsssary to interfere with despoil
ers of the park I
Deacon Pardoned
PATHS Sept 2LIt is reported that
President Carnot has pardoned Deacon
Wbo killed his wife betrayer
TScvf YOKE Sept 2L The Hcratds Nice
cable snss Edward Parker Deacon the
man ybo killed Frenchman Abeille has
been pardoned and set at liberty
Won by Bar Ensticns
LOXDOV Sept 21Thls was the second
day of the Leicester September meeting
The principal event of the day was therace
for Leicester Shore Royal handicap of 5000
verifies It was won by Bar Rusticus
Baron DaHirghs1 IMndgall second and
liobeli8 Wildly WHO third
ADEQUATE PROTECTION
Bob kty Ulllioa People for the Benefit of
Five Thousand
In hie i speech at Buffalo MajorGovernor
McKinley Bald The American people
can make anything they want and with
feaiquftUJ protection wilL It isooody has any
doubt of it Among other things the Amer
ican people want tcu coffee spices pine
apples and benanae and with adequate
protection if they cannot exactly make
them they can rtalnly make them grow
Adequate protection could put the
who1 state of New Jersey for instance
under glass and heat it with furnaces
Then these tropical products could be C
raised by American labor and we should I
Dot ba dependent on the pauper labor of r
Ohms Brazil and the East and West Indies
for It is one part of the protectionist I
programme to deprive every laboring man
anti woman of the old world it possible
or toe mean of getting a living When
ever they can accomplish this as in tho
oaselof tbepoor buttonmakers of Austria
they exult ovef their success and parade it
1 sc a triumph of patriotism
Genuine caslstent protectionists
key are not found wanting evan in Con
greirt openly declare that if they had the
power they would build a wall of tire
abound the country and that they would
expunge the word commerce from the dic
tionary But the ordinary protectionist
like President H rrieoc is not such an ex
trpmut The president in his letter of
acceptance is witting that commerce should
= iloarwfc but lie feels quite sure
bat fate fellow citizens cannot engage in its
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transportation unless their industry is
fostered by a subsidy or a bounty His
prevailing idea seems to be that no free
enlightened inventive American suc
ceed In any business that competing peo
ple of other nations engage inpeople
classed by protectionists under the general
name of pauper laborersIn that govern
ment and in the way of adequate protec
tion or in other words the contribution
of those of their countrymen in tho various
departments ol literature professions
handicraft and farming who get no protec
tion whatever for themselves
To be entiaely consistent the president
should claim that no man of any occupa
tion could live without assistance from tho
general crib
If he could arrive at this legitimate con
clusion he would become to all intents and
purposes a free trader If everybody
could be forced to contribute one tenth of
a cent for the benefit of everybody else
then everybody would get 65000 and it
would cost everybody Sb5000 to get it
which would amount to the same thing as
if nobody contributed anything for tho
emoluments of anybody and that is all the
free trader asks
Senator Edmunds once said that the
tariff is a good thing for every man
woman and child in the country Such a
tariff as this is the only one that would
meet these requirements But that is not
the kind of tariff Mr McKinley has put
upon us It is not an assessment for the
general benefit It is rather the assess
ment of 60000000 people for the benefit of
say 5OOOu very good thing for the 5000
but a very bad thing for the 60000000 In
short a protective tariff to be beneficial
according to its intent must of necessity
be discriminating and consequently unjust
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The MAGEE BOSTON HEATER furnace is our hot air heater It differs from other types of furnace construction In that it has indirect
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Pa says he will not be without Dr Kings
New discovery for Consumption Coughs
and Colds that it cured his Wife who was
threatened with Pneumonia after an attack
I of La Grippe when Carious other reme
dies and several physicians had done her
I no good Robert Barber of Cooksport
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I used for Lung Trouble Nothing like it
Try It Free Trial Bottles at A C Smith
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PUTS UP THE MONEY
Ed Rhodes the Texas Pugilist
Deposits His Check
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Henry Williams j rs thallen o Has Been
Met and tho Men Will Fight
to a Finish
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Henry Williams jrs challenge pub
lished In yesterdays HEUALD to meat Ed
Rhodes of Texas in a glove contest to a
finish for 200 has been promptly accepted
and the Texas pugilist deposited a rk
for 50 with Tun HERALD yesteioy to
cover a like amount posted by htnry
Williams jr the previous day lliovv
accepts Williams challenge to aglovu cun
test to a finish for 5200
Del Wilson savs the Utah Athletic club
of Ogden will offer a good purse besides
and the fight will probably take place
there
LIEUTENANT JIOBERF F T ARY AND
MRS PER
Lieutenant Robert E PaRry Mrs Peary
and companions started on 1 tour to Green
land known as the north Greenland expe
dition leaving Brooklyn June U 191 Ibe
party reached Uppoinaxik July 1 nut on
entering Melvilles bay July 11 Lieutenant
Peary had his leg brouen After recover I
ing from this and an attack of the trip HI
well the party mnJe a tour of I20 miles
over ice giving to the world ihe hrstaett al
map of the const of Greenland Mr
Peary was the tirst Voronn to face the
perils of a north Greenland winter
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Mrs Peary whose bravnlj nccnmpmiFU
her husband suffered but litiln durinp thE
entire time Sho was in no way affectej
by the frost and was al avs IbID to nurse
those of the expedItion who were sick
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Church and Stile in America
MillenniumIs it Peace or Var
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Coming Plagues and Famines
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are Performed
The Coming Earthquake
Satins Origin History and Destiny
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HPIen VhatisIt Where It
HellWhat is It Where is It
Poljgnmj and the Bible
iptism for the Dead
ChristIan I Science
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Spirits in Prison
Earths Desolation
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ROW TO BE GRACEFUL
Edmund Russell Makes the Dry
Bones Rattle
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Must Unlearn All We Know and Go to
Imltaviuc the Cat and the
Elephant
When a man comes to our town and tells
us to our faces that we are all wrong in
our makeup ungainly rude awkward
unnatural in everything vro do he runs
great danger of running himself into the
ground
But Edmund Russell not only told this
I openly and above board ho proved It and
we had nothing to say except to applaud
the lecturer for pointing out our defects
As Matthew Arnold pleaded for the gospel
of revelation of the mind Russell pleaded
for tho relaxation of the body and its do
velopment after the Delsartian method of
expression
The lecture was the first of a series
given under the management of the ladies
of the Unitarian church and the audience
though small was made up of the intelli
gent people the fragment which Is
always to be found at such gatherings
Edmund Russell is a living exponent of
the Delsartean school which is nothing
more than a system built up on the natural
and unrestrained development of the body
and mind As the Christian moralist will
adjure the penitent to be born again the
first demand of the Dstlsarteau school is to
shake off all the artificial restraints that
have hampered and distorted the natural
graceful free movement of the body
The first portion of the lecture was de
voted to reminiscences of the founder of
the system and was a beautiful tribute to
the struggles of the poor ragged boy Del
sarto who was always asking for princi
ples the reason why After repeated ef
forts he was given a chance and for two
years was the idol of Paris singing e lead
Ing part in the conservatory But his
patrons were ungrateful
Dr Johnsons definition of a patron is
the best have seen A patron he said
was a man who stands on the brink of a
pond and will see you go down but if by
any struggle of your own you get ashore
encumbers you with a hand Nobody takes
any interest in the young struggling artist
You know how much easier it is to get in
the front door of a theatre than In the back
doorDelsarto
Delsarto voice was broken by his stjug
gle He spent five years at the hospital
Speaking of unnatural people ho said
Those hard narrow repellant people are
not good because they become bad by try
ing too bard to be good Goodness is when
we have arrived at the perfeciion of being
good without an effort
The fingers are the most highly differ
entiated part of our bodies the most
mental The elbow never moves in pleasant
expression It always assert itself when
we want to give out the impression that
we arc a little more than we really count
forPeople often ask Do not wrinkles mean
character No they mean tho struggle
we have had to get character Most men
go to Congress with wonderful powers
mental moral physicalbut they break
down just as their powers ought to be at
their best
Queen Victoria is the most graceful
womanIn the world Sho is old stout and
homely but when she bows to one she ap
pears to bow to nIL She has the slow
rythmjc motion of the spheres Our danc
ing is simply kicking with the body stand
ing still The Orientals hao for the study
of their lives the
rythm of movement
pe
culiar to animals where all the muscles are
brought into play The elephant is the
most graceful of animals and Queen Vic
toria the most gracof of women
Did you ever think Madam Janaueschek
was the most graceful woman
you ever
saw 1 Well she was She moves with tho
rj thm of the spheres Great bodies move
slowly Great expressions express them
selves slowly
We have an ideas that loft to chance and
being battered bj time is to be natural
That condition cf decrepitude called old
see is going to be out of fashion some dav
Mr Russell was peculiarly happy d
even felicious at times and the entire leo
ture WB spiced with humor and mimicry

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