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THU KANSAS CITY JOUTlNAL, SUNDAY Al'lUL ti, 181)3.
ONE MOHE JLiNGOLN SGALP,
m.t i vros ntN mi tiir M.iiltvs.
IMSS MMII. III! M I'l V llll I.
The tlmne n tlitrtt I ought mid lulrr-
ruling Oitf lhriiiighiiiit-"l.nt llittne
Itli I Infiiln I u-ll i)-llrHlllg
Ubnin men had ho np with Ihe
husky hull toers from Lincoln y lenluy
The game was ns pfettjr OB exhibition os
t' r most crlllntl could expert to see nti I the
Ji ic only won It out b the narrow
linrgln of to E, the Net riukans being
j much In th game anil puhlft the
1j alt b4rd nil th time
x'njig and Dsrby did the pllrolBfT for
V lilues n1 llnrtiinr' hnd Orngg oltl
tii e I In the Mmr ia.jelt for Hie Visit
or ami ruth of the nunrtrtle showed up
In good form, the bat UN belli JlKbt In
c imparisan with thti previous da. The
Hiie did the best hitting ami Cieir bane
hit column would hove In en mn h Inrgir
I' ii or the ixseptionttlly shsrb fielding
i the Lincoln outfielders K"iirif-l In
Lift particularly distinguished lilmelr,
1 illlng down a number or hard line drlvis
nh h were exceedingly iliniMilt to Judge,
- fine rdnjlng won tnirlte-d applause
i I after tils catch of Connuughtun ler
r t drive, in the seventh, tie was com
J 11 1 to doll his cap Cole In center
j ill si down drives for Manning and
j con that looked good for tbrtt bugger
MthoUKh the RIik-s are charged with sK
irr r, their fielding was for tho mot
pirt gool. Comiughtnn made two or
tlir e in fortunate playn. but he made one
f lc p ba k of second lne and throw to
llr- , completing a ioubl.. wlili'h m a
r n nder of the htiljion ditvs ot Hrman
1. i g Nattress killed Mve-ral hot ones
ii I lined the bull runs to Kinsman In
j,jol style. Huh Stultz and liarby did
i inn fine flel tint In their positions, (IS
V ir record of asMsts will show
At the hat Ituptrt was the leader, with
two singles and a triple In thr'e t linen at
tut Rupert ban a fathlon of crnckt'ip
tb ball on the trade nark tvhleh augurs
vi II If he keeps up his hitting and pins
tight field ax well as he did Issterdaj.
MaliiisK will not need to look further
for a right fielder Connailghton alvo ot
In two singles and a triple and Kinsman,
.s uual. helped himself to n pilr of hit
fob and Hill led the batting for the vis
itors As 1 their custom, the Wu opened
th game bv seoring twli M inning
w ilked to first and came home when Oon
ti i m-hton lined the bail out to enter for
thre bases A will throw lo bead Con
la ighton at third let him . omo home.
The lllues eored no more until Ihe fifth.
w),n Manning was given a eife bj Hills
will throw and Cnnnaughton drew a base
ri balls Mihol hit to Hill and a sharp
' uble jdnv resulted Manning taking third
on the play. Kinsman hit to ltotlmgs
worth who fumbled and Manning scored
A double by Hernon a triple bv Rupert
and a single by Nat res added three more
r ms to the rore The niues got their last
In "he -Ighth on a double by .N'lchol and a
e.ncle by Klusman
Tre Nebraska boys broK th Ice In the
third Inning when they earned two runs
n- ' tied the score on singles by Cole an 1
Holllngsnorth and a double by Hill In
tKL ftfth i triple bv Barnes and an error
Iv Nattres on IIllrK hit cavo them an-c,,-r,
and In the sixth thej eoreJ one
i -r on a triple by Kbrlrht and a wild
t iruw by Rergen The trlv-d hard to tie
t' e score la the seventh, but one run,
at h came In on a double bj Tavlor and
a single by Hill, was the best they could
d' and tbey failed to score In th- last
AH n IB. SB. PO A. E
Vanning :b .... 3 2 0 n 2 1 0
C .. rmuchton.. ssfitl s 0 2 Z 3
N hoi, c f B 1 1 0 3 0 0
K isman, lb .... E 1 2 t II 0 0
H rnon, I t , C 110 3 0 1
T. perc r, f. 3 1 S 6 2 0 0
:. i. res, lb 3 0 1' 0 0 i 1
1 cen, e 5 0 0 0 2 11
itz, p (... 200,0040
1 irby, p S 0 0 0 0 5 0
..a, ! o
AB. 1!. IB. SB. PO. A E
T lor, r. f 3 110 0 0 0
1" I So, S p. 2 0 0 1 1
Buren, lb . . 5 0 0 0 4 0
K i nedy, 1. f.. 3 0 0 0 r. 0 0
S, 'r, c 4 0 0 0 U 1 0
11 right, 2b 3 110 4 4 1
t 1 c S 1 2 0 3 0 0
II lllnginorth, ss 4110012
1 irnes, p 2 110 0 0 0
iiugg, p 2 0 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 36 5 S "o 27 "? "l
ore by lnnlng
U hums Cftty ...... .200040010-7
I dn .... 0 0 3 0 1 1 1 0 0-5
I irned runs Kansni City, 2, Lincoln, 3
lwo-bose hits Hemon, NlchpJ, IIU1, Taj
Kir I hree-bnse hlta Connaughton, Rupert,
I nes. Kbrlght
' icrlflce hit Barnes.
i muble plays Connaughton to Klusman,
II llugsnorth to nbritrht to Van Buren,
11 I to Ebrtght to Van Buren
I jsea on balls off Darby, 3, off Barnes,
3 ff drags 3
- ruk out By Iarby, 1, Barnes, 2,
Ci i,lt, 4.
s 1 1 pitches Stulti, 1 Darbv 1
II by pitched ball Xattrtbs, Bergen
l'ised bull Speur
Time of game2 H5
I mplro Henry Nafew.
Kist Game vtltli I liifnln Io-dny.
Tin- last game of tht series with Lincoln
w I be plajed this .ifternoon and while
t . Hluis pet to mike It tline straight
T v wilt hav, no walkover. If th vlMktnrn
1 i i the kind of gum? to-duv tlit.v put up
-itrlay, ll.ihtlngs, whose arm Is in fine
n lltion will pltih for thf Blues to-day,
i Barnes and Slmmuiia will do the niteh.
I'll.- for the vIsltorH Thi game will tie
i uried promptl) it J o'cluvk, .ind its It will
! tin- last gain,. pUed at home by the
lilm s for ten dys. tin re should be a. good
ci on d out lo v 11 n.;a.s It.
Aliiki lion ling L'liili,
JMcked teams fiom. the Owls and Aemes
low led a mat' h game on th ftoval allejs,
in I the Acmes trimmed the On la In good
i ipe defeating Hum bj 1(11 pins Mets-
i of the Acmes, wan high nuui of the
i. line, with 509 and Offutl, of tho A' mes,
ul-. made a 500 si ore Kpperxon, of the
ines, bowled only tlftei n frames, lar!i
ti lifting out the game Tho bv ore
Strikes Hpirts. Toral
I'" e 3 It 4J0
l T.ck t u 4"
I'loik 9 11 4VT
urtls . 6 111 4S1
j:.-nll!cks . $ 10 410
Strikes, Spares, Total.
llcos . ,
II lie . ....
M tger .
"ff ut , .
4 IT 467
0 13 4S7
0 13 m
II 10 6.0
5 S 416
Acme lliiiillug Club,
The weekly medal roll of tho
ll , lime Club waa held on the Tlnvul
trrddsr, Epperson winning the n.
tin iouuiiii- score.
HqIh , i
L'ffutt ,...., 7
I n lenvodt ,,5
Hul.le ,,...,,..,,, ,,. C
Walla ..,.,,,,, ,7
Vaughn .,, , G
I irno A
1 ronett 3
Irwin ,, 7
Itetult at list St. I 1111(4,
St. Louis. JIo. April H -first race-,
Threeturlongs. Bombard won, Wlltnah Q
s.. ort'lj sleepy Duke third. Time, 0 3H,
rie und race-l'lve furlongs, I'loreJU won;
It jiubtlv, second, Ciiv.ir, third. Time,
Third raie One and one-half miles l-ont-er
won Southerner stionU, Major
L"ntt. ihlid. 'limn, 2 5uJv.
l'ourth rm e One tnlle Ooldni Crown
uii, Itev del Mir. second, Mlrabeau third,
I me 1 4S.
I'lflb rate hjg furl.ng h. hiivlkljl won:
I. ilu T sioond, Itusstll Orey, third, 'lime.
Ihlnl lliu'liiiinls anil llu.ru.
A guile of basket ball between the Third
reglmini and Tiger teams will be slaved
jt ihe V 41 C A gv.iiinii.luin, Mntli and
I,i uot streets next r'rllav evening at 8
o' lock It will b. the cont lulling burnt of
the Mason The Third lelment teuui won
the championship In tin. H) league dur ng
the last winter, and the Tigers were ste,
ond These two teams have plavel four
games this season Three of them were
ties and the Third regiment team won the
fourth by a close score
'Inn lights for lllik Muort.
Boston. April 13 UK It iloore. of illn-
neapolis, and Kred Morris (Muldoon's Cy.
clone), of VVashlngton, U C. signed urtlr
oli tb-day to light llfuwi touuds bvfsre
II i i 1 o nitre bleu i I ' 1 s Mtv
l iv II M r nlo a I 1 ' rma of
th. lira Ifnrd (I 1 1 Hi- i t.i. to
flfcht tlft.rn rout l wi i Tim M .'. thy In
that i. II), April 3"
Urtnl ill Mill. Ir' I'n.t I liter t'ltptnted the
truntssre Otks nt Vlriutdils
Memphis, Tenn .April IS,- llan lspun won
Ihe Tennes.,.,. oiks nt Moalgnmtr) lrk
this ntttrnoon, ronnlng te m.ln in Itltt.
Thf Kendall stables Hslr hnd the race well
In han 1 from the stntt .lafin set A not
liaee, i losei roitowed ny irinin rianj
spun running last until the strei h. whjtt!
she, eame out. winning with Tti
card was a goul one. In. Piling a steeple,
i has over the Nor course about tV
miles 51 fav irlte won t tnmary
r'lrsl race rive furlongs, tleorge F.
Smith tvoni fhllomrna, second, lvrd Iln
ry. third. Time, I os; .
5(ona race-Four fufldnrs Captiv w-Mt,
rlg, second, Plr Play, third Time,
3lrd race Oft mile. Ihe Tititeer
Oaks Jl.OOO gdded, for 3 enr-ol I fllUe
fliindstnm won. 1'fama, setond. Jane third
Time. i,4U ,
FoiiUh riee One and )he-lxHeflth miles,
selling riiilus wnti. Wekota, serond. doe
Murphy, thirl Timr I M'i
K'flh rae "Sttepleihase, short rotlrlie
Templemnre won, Umndotte, second, Kl
dora In, third Time 3 U3.
S xth rnce-Slx furl itig selling Boon
uon, Ridford, 'second, High Test, third.
Time, 1 t?H.
mi'. i ma i .vr i nit .in r.v,
lie f.mld Onlr I lill.li 1 hint In Atuttida In
tlte I hurt M iki s.
N"hvillf. Tetiti. April 13 -The prinelpal
event of the rni tng at Cumberland park
to day was the TI ora stakes for 2-jear-
01 I fillies at half a mile The unbeaten
.tllsey was the favorite, but she evidently
did not like the hiavy going Vespers, rt
5 to 1 shot, won quite eftsllv from Amanda,
who was four hngths In front of ihe fa
vorite Three favorites won, the other
races going to horses at short odds. Sum
maries. rirst race lx furlongs. Buck Masle.
lit. (Perkins). 1 Is i won. Linda, 109
(Thorpe), 4 to 1, scond. One lilme UN
(Jackscii). 30 to 1 third Time, 1 1'. Terra
pin, lttsslc Nichols, Belle Foster and Ash
land also rati
Peeond race Felling- flv nnd a half fur
longs Domingo, Hi (Thorpe), 3 to 2. won!
ruiia. 11 P rklns) 2 to t, second. To
titio 116 (l'ennvi, 10 to 1, third Time, 1 lrt4.
HretiJoo, King Craft l'at Tucker, Mss
Clnl'ip and La Oartla also ran.
Third race Thora stoker for 2-year-otd
fillies. 11,100. four furlong" Vespers, 115
(ThorpeJ, 5 to 1, won Amanda 115 (Leigh).
to i, second Merr)- Thought, 115 (Per
kins) 4 to 1. third Time 0 ".Us Jtl"e.
i:pona. Minnie Clvde and Francis also ran
Fourth race .lltng; one mile Imp
Uoole. 101 iMiCucj. 4 to 1. won; Hill
White, 109 (Thorpe), 5 to 1 second. Adah
U, SS (V Jones) is to 1 third Time 1 50.
Shining Belle. D- V ork. Hasper. Crescent
Itat Malloy, Jr . Insomnlu, Wlnflcld, Sim
V. Abbes-, Tattersall and Two O'clock
Fifth race Four furlonc" Bon S-olr, 103
(Thorpe) 4 to S won, Lnndecr, 105 (Cas.
In), s to 1. second, Harry Jones 105 (Jack,
son) 20 to 1, third Time, 0 M War fr-ong,
Jerry llaiK, Mojiul and Yamagatta also
.ah Irinclci Itarr..
Fan Franc.sco April 11 The Biy District
handicap worth Jv "i for 2- ear-olds, was
the main attrictlon to-day Crescendo,
Neglee Burkes ph 'nomenal colt, had ben
aked to carrv 11J pounds b the handl
capper, and he was wiseiv scratched. The
vouncsters were 35 m'nutes at the post, and
the l.ghtlv weichted Mermaid took the
purse Three favorites won
First race Six furlongs, selling Xellte
won, lied Glen, second! Adelinte, third.
Time 1 lJi-4
eeond rao Six furlong". Bellicose von.
Playful, second Clroe, third Time, 1 15
Third race Hav District handicap, 5S50),
short six furlongs, 2-year-old, Mermaid
won Mtnerva liny, second; William Plnk-e-ton.
third. Time, 1 13
Fourth race One and one-quarter miles,
handicap Trlx won Glead, second Mar
ietta, third Time, 2 M
Fifth race Two miles, hurdle, April won,
Red l'at, second, Wild Oats, third. Time,
Sixth race Six furlong" Ingomar won;
Arctic, second, Quarterstaff, third. Time,
1 13. ,
Kllilliltlnn llU (iiuir..
Meridian Mils , April 13 Fniverltv of
Alabama 11, University of Mississippi, S.
Oh&itanooga, Tine, April 13. Pittsburg.
10. .Chattanooga, 6
Nashville, Tenn , April 13. IOtilsvllle, ,
Omaha, Xeb , April 13 St. Joeph to
day won tliv second of the series of games
against Omaha. Score Omaha, S, fet.
Petersburg, Va , April 13 Washington,
11, Petersburg, 11
Indianapolis. Ind April 13 At Green
castle to-day Dc-pauw was defeated by the
state normal, 13 to 9 At CraWfordsvflie,
the t'nlversltv of Illinois defeated Wa
bash b a score of 1.1 to 7
Quincy, 111 . April 13 St Louis, 10, Quln
Indianapolis Ind, April 13 Cleveland,
13, Indianapolis, 1
ludliiiK licit the I.ock eh ilk".
Law rence, Kas April 13 (Spec'al ) The
Kansas university baseball team plajed
this afternoon with the Indian team from
Haskell lnjitltuu The game resulted In
a vii.torv tor the Indians hj a score of 7
to 6 The university team again showed
a gvtt lack of tiara work, but plajed
a vi i j fair uphill game against the In
dlin The Individual work of some of the
university bo was particularly good that
of ivott. Gear at shortstop and Chamber
lain and aittehell being notlieable. The
Indian team played a strong, ev-n game
and coul 1 not be rattled The game was
umpired bv Professor Cowan The bat
ters for the Indians was Augusta and
Buekheart for the university Wagner and
Kelsey, The m.or.1 by innings was as
Haskell Institute . ... 10 10 10 3 0 1-7
Kansas L nlv ersltv 0 0 10 010 0 4-
Cmplro Target Club 'boot.
Tho Empire Target Club held its seml
monthlv shoot vestmlay afternoon at
Wishlngton park. The targits were very
difficult, a strong wind making the r flight
Irregular This a munts for .he low
sinns Th renulis wre as follows, each
man bhooslng at twel-five pies, from
five u: kn-iwn traps-
lave Elliott . .. . oiinniiitiiuioiuono-i9
M B Horton . . I'ssilllfHOOlinilll moiU !
William Snow,,. . lnOlliMlOOianoini usmoi 11
S C Wilson llllsidoTKuKiOlisVlOfsill'ilOlO
T F Norton ... . 1100ni01ol011isii!isatU 13
J G mil l'Kjoor.otoiiinmninio-u
T. A Firnkas .... OllOlOHlOlllOttillolnuloil 13
J W. OUnder 1'OlHlOlOHOlOOlOfojnuOl 11
O. C. Smith . . .. OWOilOOOllllWmiiufiuOlO-ll
J. Godfrey mmns.lisHlfllOOiniiiihllOll-lO
S. WHIIUms 10mi11!0"lll(iljfiH.n0oij0 13
n, ji. raiiy loiwiouiuiooiauiuu
Cyclists Uun tn 1 1 Summit.
The weekly run of the Kansas Try Cy.
elists to-da will be to Lee a Summit, a
distance of twenty-four miles, The start
will bo made from the club house, at Flf.
teentb and Harrison streets, at 0 o'clock
sharp, and dinner will be taken at Le.'s
Summit. Captain Maudev llle urges all club
members to turn out for the run, and also
extends an Invitation to unattached wheij.
men to Join The lub on the run. A number
who have not time to make the trip to
Lee's Summit will turn ba k at Ilajiown
and return to Kansas City for dinner.
The Schmeliers will leave this morning
for Leavenworth, where tbey will play the
i. rock team of that city The following
plaiers will please be at the Union depot,
at 10 o'clock' Woods Oliver, Colley Kver-
nan. v, uimii, vvurmr, ,milm;i, iic
ailnarwin and Oswald
Ilu. ii, ill ,tt on i im,
Ottawa, Kas , April 13 -(Special.) The
busfball season rnu opened In this tiiy yes.
lerday oy a game between the university
boys and the iil club, whbh resultwl in
a victory for the latter on a srore of IS to
18 On the WU the college team plays the
college of Emporia at that place.
Live sporting .Sotej,
Hilly Nash's arm Js In bad shape as t.
Pitcher Menafee, of Pittsburg, is on the
JJo Is putting up a jjllt edaxl article of
Oarter, of tle, U easily the best of the
It is reported that Con Lucid will be re
lease 1 b llrookljn
Toledo has slgnwl a Cleveland plivtr
namul Frank llussell
Denny Ljons Is putting up a great garne
at Ihlrd fur Hie Browns
btoikdalu has thus far done the best
pltihiiig for Washington
"Kid" Carsej , of the Phtlllts, has not yet
pitched a game this season
Luby Is expected to do the bulk of the
pitching for Ihu I.ouUvillts tbls season.
Dave Cross sas "the cooper Is the man
who makes money by the barrel"
lltcher Hart Is doing great wort for the
Pittsburg club In Its prlllrn rar games.
Manager hchmelz Is sidl tn h,. rihp
I disappointed with his no j itching talent.
There stems to be a Just general Irn
pm.luu that McMahon's pltcblcg dajs art
t i lie 1 a gtme sm
1 s arm mv o if I I
ii i thin is to toss thi
th i I h is d .1
Manager Hurl.n thinks that Hemming
will be Ifciltiinurt s star pitcher this jcar
Nel llanlnrt ssvs he does nol think nnj
of the Western cluhs will prove trouble,
Hills Nash think the author of "Trill.)"
bat Itie fnnmus Hilly Tavlor In mind wlun
he intirved his Little Hlllee
M. Ou I re ifeiln-ls that Pltlsbutg an 1
RrooMn mil Inn. AitlM time to Imss
a-i ' kf-i p aha I f U aiihingtfan
rheJinsian te;m will try id go through a
s. n ii wttriott si prefessloiil IAascoi ilan.
a. .-"el.e wfll d.i the Hypnotising
Pi one of tht Southern games Blake of
thi i. i,t elands, injured himself Internally,
si ) AUnng.r I ibeau is worrteil over
M Craw de lares that there will be no i
. M-r in ti'uiinain vi jvis RtcRinc mis
er for he is determined to hold his
AHorney JUrtr L. Taylof, the noied et
Wj liowaUjs -i amonally delivers llt
llf ailurs on Msetxtli hefore llitirsdo so
.JAek Kvrrhsrdt, t e kntfwn Cham.
lill'n Ht.ltW.tkht at tho S,. II lh hu round
a Ut.kir In Kajiuvlt M.wre. the ihiHiir
of Street ULirie" and other popular music.
There is still CMtMilerable iKMiot as to
the date of the Blll ?mlth-Joe Wan-ott
mes-Ung t tohev island Smith wants
ft alay 4 th Wsioott prty drtlrmg it
to to over to Ma Mi
At W)mrsbutg. . last wee, fhirt)
digs, r, ch w.re ts ng eondUloned for
the Pittsburg W.-.h shiw, wsr1 poisoned
and sU a ttm rve sir.e dted. Tey wets
ail til s.tsn ainl Irish setters of the best
Mr. Jack Armstrong, the well known
fltld ttlal hanll.r, wrj distinguished him
self for h.s clever wotk at the field trial
In Cai ada last srasor, has been engaged
by George Gould to look after the interests
of his Ktnine ramll.
According to President Byrne alt of the
Lt xgue .lubs have agreed to provide sep
arate dressing room for the umpires In
order to avoid trouble between pla.versaiul
umpires- after the games, when the um
pires authurlty i eases.
. Hoffer. of lialtimort, is pretty slow and
deliberate in his movemen s, but be deiiv -ers
the ttll with liss motion than Klssin
tsir The lamr will have to break him
self of the habit of swinging Bis Arm so
nut h when men are on bases.
The two Von ders of baseball Vonder
horst, of Baltimore, and Von Ver Ahe, of
St Loulf seem to be running In about the
same vein of bill luck ail tribulation, and
the two ian shake haruls with each pther
on the subject of baseball trials.
The veteran Henry Chadwlik, recently
had a n-irrow eU. frum death, lie was
trrjwn out of his wagon, but luckily fell
into i dltih. thin saving broken bones The
vctiran stood the shock well, which Is re
markable considering his advatned age
A well known dog trainer tate that after
re-ur mg from a run in the llelds or where
It wM leave jour dogs wet, never to put
th-m Into (heir kennel until thoroi,-hlj
!r It will thus save your dog irom
rheumatism and leave him better In iverj
The chess plaeps of Boston, through
the Boston Press Club, have addressed i
ihallmge to ihe plaers of New 'Vork
through the Manhattan Che-s Club, for a
team match bj telegraph eight plajers
on a side, for a stake of tll within thirty
( iptaln Anson had no man on his team
sent from the diimond by the umpire last
vear though there were twent of uih
mlprlls In the League He never let one
of his privates share the luxurv of a
kick ' with him. That is his cclulve
There Is a fight In view betwseT the
Atlantic and Seaside Athletic Clubs the
rival boxing Institutions of Coney Islan I.
The Atlantic Club is about to start up
business again and both clubs are mak
ing a fight for a contest between Grlffo
President Long, of the Toledo club sijs
that his mw park is 'ibout "ompleted and
that ft will be on of the finest In the West,
nn league clieult All his joung pitchers
are do ng will, and he is very enthus
iastic over the work of Dammon tho left
hailed pitth.r sei un I from L'pper Sin
duvky Captain Carrev predicts thtt he
will prove the best find of thi season,
(itis.ln for the Ulii.lmrn.
Arthur A. Zlmmirman will it is said,
be married in June, to M!$s Grace Kile
The Important Irformatlon Is given out
that Miss Fran-es W lllard calls her blcv
cle "Gladvs it Is pr-: safe to wager
that he dldn t call it that Just after alight
ing the first time
A wheel club, membership In which Is
limited to Free Masons, has been formed
in Liverpool. At last we are to e the
often spoken of freemasonrj of tLe tvhetl
given oractnal test
Cutter and p ter Crumshaw vvre the
men who had the Jov of taking Ilerlo over
th" road at a paee which caused many a
H.lT to go home and wonder why his
wheel went so slow
The new "L. A W Bulletin and Good
Roads' has made Its appearance, and will
be welcome I b the league members It
contains, a long artlrk on professionalism
b.v Howard E Raymond.
The riders of the newly named "Trllbv
bkvili will have one advantage over the
users of anv other machine, If there is
any virtue In a name- tbey will he well
fitted to foot it home In ease of accident.
Light Is the number of Ueth gen-rally
used on a. reir wheel huh, this number
hav lug been found to be the most satls
foctorv both for easj running and for
being least sus- eptlble to chain tw 1st In
the ciee of the now prevailing large chain
wheals this number Is sometimes exceeded
or reduced aicordlng to the gear used on
the ma' nine
The Paris municipal council is taking
prnt Ileal Interest In ecle rating and, b. -si
Iv. the proposal o found a Grand Prix"
of 34 0") f r an annual " le race, they are
lu lun-ihrlrg the advisability of build
ing a irml lim track, whereon cyclists
cin nave th. Kreflt of trairlng at a mod
ern fee anj profits a- m'ng from the
hoi ling of ra e meetings to be devoted to
Th c cling committee of the forthcom
ing Paris exhibition In MOO lias decided
to ak the administration ror 35ijOOO to be
ep n lei as fol'ows nifrt) for speetators'
htaiwls id seat 6 ono pwpli 4 OoO for salary
of ofUdals 35W for pri. for tent-
ftie Anyi of racing and SI (sjO for "etc ,eti "
The recrlpt from the vd department of
th n&hibUlon are es-titnate! on a basis of
K,(00 per day us a minimum, Iliads
Loul-vllle will soon l-ave another bicycle
tni.k which will lie fast and will undoubt
edly become popular John Kessler, the
proprietor of Illv-rld park, haa btgun Its
eoiiitru tton. It will b one-sixth of a m.le
In size, and will be free to th use of
wbielmen It will be corartructed on the
lavs- selenttflo pnnelpl's and will be ex
tnmely fa. There will be a dressing
rovm for tie riders and at the end of their
tralrlng a plunge in th river and a rub
down vv'll give them a good appetite for a
dinnir, whkh e,n be secured at the park
While the popular notion Is to the ef.
fe t that a road ra-e Is a sort of mad car.
nival of cyclists, who tear along with the
violence of the cyclone, and leave as touch
disaster In their train, jet It Is almost en.
tlrely due to road pe. d that the sport has
made lis present vant progress a path
performance, however roagnlniew does not
appeal to the ord'nary man as does a big
rile upon the road The extra distance ac
complished on the track Is far more than
discounted in his mind by the consideration
that a spectally prepared and level surface
Is brought Into requisition
All negotiations are now off tn regard
to the '(. mmerman-Ifouben mat. h From
present appearand It would seem that
jimmy's end of the deal was all right,
but thr Is som' thing very strange at
the other end Ilouben not being suf.
fi.kn'ly able financially to be able to cover
th; big amounts that were being wagered
airaiast him to race with Ziinmerms.ii wis
off-rr-d a big sum, win or lose, to rsv with
Banker, and vet be found some way of
back in if out of a contest There surl
nnniii be very rt In the Ilolglan i harn
pion if all tb- rpwts be true Zlimny
will start on bis Australian trip about Au
gust 3, after doing the satlonal meet at
Alioltol Is ,t 1'iiUon.
All lntoxli-attr.i liquors and beverages
Alcohol Is a poison to the nervous s
tuil and causes diseased condition of
th serve celli
Tk dlsfa' I condition is acomtauild by
a oravinsr fir mlrauUsts atil dlmlouUon
of the will p'er
Total absilrienne will prevent the dls.
ease, but w 11 not cure trie diseased con
dition after is once. prez. nt
A cur of the condition which is called a)
cohollum cas be obtained by the Ui at
Tfae remedies ef Dr Leslie E, Keeley
have rurd ovr Vtifi) men and women,
and have bean thoroughly tested for over
The Kby iruimuit U the only one In
dorsed by the I n ud States government
The nubll Ii warped against all Imita
tors of the Keepy treatment, their only
clulm using tb-apness. ut"t Is earnestly re.
nuts led to rfcrneuHMr tba there Is no
Keeley Institute In Kansas City, Mo.
Tb only Keeley tostltute In either nf the
Kansas C tvs Is located In the Portsmouth
building, Kan -as City. Kas
Alcohol uuii Death
Life Insurance companies compute that
four Intemperate drinkers and two modti
ate driEktr die to one total abstainer,
lAt A I
COPELAND SYlFTOi LIST.
Proper Course for Those Affected Costly Trontrnent Not
Necessary Copclnncl Physicians Carln for All Suffer
ers at Merely Nominal Chnrge for iYlodlclnes.
t r those desiring Hie f prim 1 Tretl
n it it mav again b. st.l. 1 thaf tho
I rop r outse Is this Ilei 1 thri s) nip
tinis inrefull) otir, murk ttiosi that np-
hr t'opeland und
.ij io jour rase nn i tiring mi-, wuii sou 10
irsnntntn it mt
Ho avvav from the ill, send them bv
Mm U and ask for until treatment In
ei'lir Instance, and whether bv mail or
ottl e treatment, the twtlrnt tntv be n
.'III '' ICI'BI
sur. f Of th
sli It t. ml
: tne spevyiiesi rwiei nun cure pos
I V I, Ml It II III' III Ml AMI tllltOVT.
Isilhrt brealH foul?"
Iltfcrt vol." tusk"' ' r "
' l.l I on suit tin Iltme'M, J .9
1I ou . lie til avert'
' I ".J Iviu blow out oibs:7"
' Is lluj nos stepped ;"
' Di tnu snore sf litsrnl'"
lj ou . lie' til ovorf
' vi'f jour nose discharge?" (
"IMe the n (. Tileed easlh ?"
Ms there tickling In the throotr.
' Do rusts form In the noso
' l the nose sore and ten ler?" ,
' IXi vou sneeite a good dral"'
' 1 this worse toward night?"
Does the nose Itch and burn?"
"Is there pain in front of the held?"
I" then pain aiross the cjes""
' Is there jMln In baok of head"
Ms jour sense of smell leaving"
' Do Vim hawk to ilear the throst'
' is there a dropping In tie throat?
'Is the throat drj In the morning'1
"Are vou losing vour sense of taste?"
Do ou sleep vvtth'inotith open"
IWes th nose stop up toward night?"
This form of catarrh Is the easiest to
n i in i oir- win:.
On the i vcpllenee of the ( np I llld Trent
tin lit III llrnni tilnl I roubles,
Mrs r V. I,cliht, of New Lisbon. Wis.
Is the wlf or Mr r A Lelcht elltor of
the Xew 1 !"lon Tlm-'s nn I for tnanv
ears a prominent llmirc In W tsconsln pol-
MltS C A LKICHT .NUU LlhHON,
lor "onii. time nn... ir Lelcht has been
tinier fie professional mre of the Cope
Ian 1 p. Ia!tt for "evero bronchial trouble
that had reached a ihronic tnse and
vvhuh hnd its origin In neglected catarrh
Shaking of her compute recovers undir
the eiellpnt trea tuviit afforded her, the
' t th" time I began vour treatment mv
frl.nis all feaied 1 vv.i bejond melkal
ai i and entertained no hopes of m te
coverv Indeed, it was with mntiv doubts
an 1 misgivings on mv pirt that I placed
mvself under jour i are mtertilnlng, as
I 11 1 a feellrg that m broncliltl dls
onler hid reached a tage where It never
coul 1 be completelj mastered.
"our trettment has proved entirely
satliftctorj and ha bevond all doubt pro
longc 1 m life and restored me to com
ptratlv.lv good-health I f.ol that I would
b nift unkind an 1 uncriteful to ou not
to "ptak In terms of j r ii". i.f jour tre i
ment ind bisfdc I fil that It Is In -v
miiur m dutj to othe despondent an 1
dli Dunned suffenr" to rel ite mv evptr
lenie that thes ina) rruflt thcrebv '
l 1 Until OF llltONC 111 l. Tt II! -.
Whn intarrh of the hei 1 and throat
1 left unihe"ked 11 esteutls down the
wlnipip nio thi bronchi il tube" and after
a t ne nuaoks tr-e lung" Spe-Mlv ind in
ipnilvi ures bv th' Oopeiand sitem
line v j a cough"
r. v j lo-dng tle'h" '
"IK voa cough-at night?'
Ha e vou a piin It side'
'Do Jul tike cold easll '"
'Is jou- apnitite v-arlible'"
BRIEF ITEMS BY WIRE.
Washington Arril 13 Mr- Betsy Brook
Bright wido.i i( the late ix-Sniator BrUht,
of lndlan.1. did here to-1nJ, agnd 50 Mars
bhe leaves four daughters and one son.
Colonel It T Bright, scrgeant-at-arms of
Washington Vprll 13 Walter Nicholson,
for 23 year- t'le topographer of the pot
Ollke depaitm-nt, dlid to-iaj He wis the
son of one f the founders of the Hojal
Scottish a a "nij
Freierlcksti-rg Va.. April 13 Judge Wlll
lam Barron oi the clr ult court of Stafford
countj, to-Jas refused a new trial to
Charles Morgin, the AqUta cretk train rob
ber, and his case will now be lal.cn to the
conrt of aj p its
Cincinnati, o April 13 The Times-Star's
special from Alliance ) , sav During the
h avj torm list night mlll'on" of angle
worms ftll making pavements so tllpperj
that it was narlj Impossible to walk on
them Tho s'orm i-aus 1 landslides 2c0
feel long in Garfield cut of the Fort Wavne
railroad seven miles east, burjing one of
the track" A lurge force of men vvorkid
all night o clear It
ahington April 13 Secretary Herbert
to-daj decided to award to the Columbiin
Iron Works of Baltimore, the contra, t for
building three torpedo boats Tills tlrm was
the lowest bidder at 7u0ei for each boat,
and tbey will be built from designs drawn
b the navj department
Redtand, f"l April 1 1 Judge Orosscup,
the famevu-. f- kral district Judge In Chica
go, who cam.- to Iledlands tome wicks
since In the hop- of throwing off a severe
attack of the grippe. Is vcrj low, and fears
an entertalni 1 that he may not re ov er
New Vork April 13 A lirookljn bridge
roliceman tin a man, aj partntly 19 jears
old, ciimb to the center rail and Jump into
tr river to-lay. The man disappeared
beneath the surface of the water and
never came up He left behind him a
brown coat of tweed material. The man
Is said to rave given his name as James.
Duff, of fount Cavan, Ireland He ask
ed a number of men In Park How to go
out on the ) neijje and see him Jump, some
of whom went and witnessed the fatal
Halitgh. N C April 13 News reached
here to-day of a horrible 'rtme In J'amll'o
county, t-n mll-t from Hayboro A col
ored mother burned her Infant child to
death She put It in Oil fireplace, on tpe
hot coaU and put the oven JId on It to
holl It own Tho worn in is now in jail
Masslllon O., April 13. Carl Brown, of
Ooxey's army notoriety was to-day held
for 11 grand Jur in Tin ball to arutAer to
the charge of criminal llbel His arrest
grew oct of the inxtnt fi-.TTclpal elation
fceclaiia. Mo, April IS -(.Special.) llob
ert JlcOormlck, a farm hand, borrowed a
horse yesterday from W II, Colrnan of
Dresden township He rode to Dresden,
where he passed n number of forged or
ders. At Kedaia he sold the horso for J15.
OHicers are trying to lo'at" him.
Guthrie, O T. April 13 -(Spec ial.) C. P.
Huntley, a farmer living east of here,
was thrown from a horse yesterday and
Outhrle, O T. April -(Special.) In
the district court last night the Jury in
tl.e case of th. I'nlted Mates vs V,'. H
H.bertwin ex-dliburslng agent of trc.
townsite board, rendered a verdict In fa
vcr of the government fur 3T.2i.i-.l1 and
Judgment ffir that amount was entereel
against Kob.rison s bun In men. Criminal
proesedlr.gs will be begun
Concordia, Km, April 11 -(Hper lal ) The
trial of the eaue. or ii F Posteii ugalnst
the Il'i'l; Island and t'ulcn I'ttclll' rallicad
companies for damages for Injuries re
ceived In the Llnweice) wiek In January,
11. lias occupied the utte nllon of the dis
trict court the -whole of the presint wttk
and is liable to take the ), ri.it.fr part of
ntst week before the cosei will be submit.
ted to the jury
Topeka Kas Apill M (hpnlul ) Adju
tant C,vi eral Vox lias rex elved seventy
volumes of ihe "War of the Itcbelllon"
records, publi hed by the general govern
merit Lawretue Kas., April 13 -(Rpiclal ) The
Douglas ceiunty ftepublkan leptrul cohit
initue met tbls iifternoon und ileilded to
tall the 'invention for the nomination of
county milccrs on bfcpternber j, 'lltere ate
ulreiidy mno undid lies for He publican
noinlnatloi s than ever btforo known In
Fort bunt. Km , April )A (bpcolal ) The
usi.i-w.cii, of Jfuurbon count and I'ort
Scott met hero to-duy In special sessl'in
und decided that ull money, securities und
personal procrty shall be assessed at Its
Lawrence, Kas, April J3 (Special) Last
night Mrs D A. Lie. of this city, at.
tempted to commit suicide bj taking laud,
miuin. Fhysltians were railed, und Ehe is
now In a fair way to recover,
A new chain has been patented con
structed wiin units vviui iQunut-ii ecu in
1 jo Hi outside and Inside, whero It blldis oil
to the chain wheel IJv this Idea much
wear and tear Is claimed lo be savid la
tat wearing parts.
"Have vou t hrts Irl illp"' .
'Do yon iiiim'i until jdif ittRf
'Arc 5oi ! t it ttfsf sit 11?''
Do )ou raise (rnthv ninctif?!'
'Is) vou pit up f1Mw Innrter"
"DO votl couch on golng.tcf bsJ7"i
' Po .vou miiBh In th inornlngs"
"Is jour i ough short nnd hacking?
"Do vou spit up little i M's) Iumps7
"Have vou a dlsgirst.fiif fit tt fmlsT"
' If there tickling 1 Bind the palate?'
"iinve vou pain behind the hreMtbohe"
o .vou fed vou nre growing Vv'eSker?
"Is there n burning fuln In the
I hro t
' Do jou rough worMj lilgbt ami
Inic' ' . . i i .
HJ)B you have to slC lirl fit night ft gl
orvmiit .' i'Ii
If jou have the"c tymtdimts jdu ihnve'
c.uarrn ot me nrun nisi tunes
CUnrrli of the stntmv'li Is tisnnllj !crtti"ed
bj swallowing m'" n us mm us, whl.Mi
drot down from the Mend nn 1 throat nt
night fSpecdy and Inexpensive ciru bj
th Copeliinl sj'stem.
Is there nausea" '
"Are Jou culistlpatfd?"
"Is there vnfnltlng
"lo jou belih up gas?"
'Arc jou light headed"
"Is jour tongtie coated?"
"Have vou water brash?"
' Dn von hawk and Spit"
"Is there pain after eatlne?
"Ale jou nervous and weak?
"Do jou have sick luadftches
"Do vou bloat up after eating?"
"Is there disgust for breakfast? '
"Have vou dlstrs after isitlng""
"Is vour throat flltc.1 with slim.
"Do jou nt times have diarrhoea"'
"Is there a rush of blood to the lie i 1"'
"Is there constant bad taste In mouth
"Is there gnnwlng sensation In stom
ach" "When jou get up suddenly are jou
"When sloinarh Is empty do jou ful
"Do vou belch up substance that burns
When stomach is run io jou ipci op
presse 1 '"
If votl have, vou have catarrh nf th
slomich, or what Is commonlj callul Ijs-
( II itci: I OK VII. 1)11 IM v dm ,
While the -en tees of the Copelind phv
s lans are tlven free A truly remirkublc
otter Think It over
For sheer Inevpenslveness nnd nion'j
economj nothing offered to the public n"
vet bj phjsirlans of the hlghet ablll'v
compares with the oITi r of the Copeltn I
"peiiallsts of the Copelatid Medical Insti
It Is nn offer to give tlulr profislonal
services nbsolutelv ftee to their pulent.
to give their pergonal care and ittention
to taih cne ntid to give their special tr.ut
nient tn all FIIFH, without i pennv of
cot The onlj charge inndo Is for medi
cines Cun nny better more hmnnne or more
niieptabie arrangement be devised for the
public boncilt ' Dps Copeland an 1 III mn
nnn nre as w.l known is anv phvMcinn
In Kansas Cltv and in their work In till"
cltv for j ear pat thev hnvc nude 1
brllllint reiord and their succc-s Is un
questioned The ndvantaeos to be derived ire fo
cteit thit nolhlnc- need be "aid, thej can
be een it onie No offer mide bj anv phv -slctan
equils It People who are usuilly
driven to pitint medicines are qukklj em
bracing the opportunltv 'Hie me Heine?
giv.n by the Copeland pocli!its nre
from th, purewt an 1, In tmnj .ates1 most
HU vt V) 111 tt'llll) 1 IIOMI.
Hv the Copeland perfe-tid svstim of mall
tr itmpnt v u mav be ciiiil at hom.'
Wr t for cintk n blink and inform ition
Address all mall trt
ORS. COPELAND & BRANAMAN,
1(IJI-10.'(I W iiluut !., Klilisiis Cltj. Ilu
Specliltles fntnrrh Asthma Bronchitis
Nt-rvous Iilseaes Kheu'nailsm, Consump
tion and all Chrcnlc Affections of th-
Throat, Lungs, Sionnch. Llvir and Kid
O.Tlcc Hours' 0 a m to 1". 1 30 p. m to
; evenings Mon 1 iv s WVdneslajs and
aaturdijs, 7 to 6 p m Sundaj, 'j a m to
OMRI.VP I.I.MI CASC.
Suit Involving n 1 Iran Irict Will Soon II
Called fur I rial.
Portland, On , Aptil 1"A case In
volving title to ".00 Odd aires of Hnd sit
uated in Multnomah and Clatknns.
cotintIe3 near this cltv, will come up In
the United States circuit court net
Tuesday The case Is known as the
Overlap I.find Case,' and Is brought bv
the United biates government against
the Southern PailfiV Hnllroid Compatij,
the- alternate hections e.f a tract of land
from a. point on tho Great lakes to a
point on Pug;et sound, twenty miles wide
on each side of the toad through states
and forty milts wide through teriltorirs,
and a provision vvat, made- In the i-amu
act If a btunch line were brought to
Portland fiom a point M0 mlks or less
east of Ihe western, oi Puget sound,
terminus, another tract forty miles wide
should bo given alonK the branch The
I'uget sound tei minus Is Taeoma, and
the poln 300 miles or lets east is Wal
lullu Subsequently congresri granted to the
Oregon .- California road a forty mile
tract from Portland to the California
line As the end of both grants vv is at
Por'land they over lapped In Multunci
mah and Clackmas counties and in ihu
over lappinK tract aro 200,000 acres
The contention of the government Is
that the 200.000 acres having been given
to the Northern Pacific In 1S73 were not
ineludod in the grunt to the Oregon A:
California, which hud been absorbed bv
the Southern Paclllc, and that the
Northern Pacific's prior gnnt excluded
the land from the gt itu to the Oregon .
Hut tho Northern Pacific failed to
build from Vv'alliilla to Portland und its
grant along the Columbia nvir was for
feited to th government And as tho
over lapping land was nver included In
the grant to the Oregon & California, it
cannot bes included. The land la very
A Iti iiilnilir or tin. lllg Strike,
Milwaukee Wis April 13 The. Chicago,
Milwaukee L bt. Paul Companj has b-eri
served with the summons In u suit to bo
brought for luavj damages growing out
of the big strike of the American P.ailvvuy
Union and the consequent arrest of the al
lege l ringleaders In this city 'ihe suits
are being brought b) two of the men who
Are arrested last July on complaint of
15. W McIOnna, then usstsmnt kiniril su
perintendent of Die rit. Paul 'ompanv, and
now connected with the (ireat Northern
Although the suit Is brought b) Indlvll.
uals, t Is probablj that l.ugene V lie In
and the A. K I' an lichlnd it, an 1. if it
proves successful similar tolls promise io
spring up all over the big sjstem of the
The suit Is brought In le)ialf of John
J O'ltourke and Hobi rt lllilr, and the prln.
dps) alienations are false Imprisonment
and rnalb (ous prosee utlun In addition to
tills the ehsige of d images resulting from
being plait J on the black list On this line
the battle Is expe -ted to wage
() Itourko and Hlilr were arrested on
ehurges nf conspiracy In the stopping of a
mall train ut the Union il'pot, (m the
preliminary examination, they were ds
charge.) In the suit brought by O'ltourke ond
Illair K, W McKenna- is made Joint de.
fondant with the railroad comniny. as it
Is claimed tt was through his Information
the arrests were caused.
Ittitdy to Start on Its 1 rp,
Washlngtem, April 13 Tlio Interstate com
merce commission will leave Washington
on Tueday next for bt, Liuls, Denvei
Omaha and other Wrwrn cities. Commis
sioner Morrison bus aire ul gone to llll.
nols, whrro lie will n main feu snm dajs.
Joining tho commission In tlmei for Its
ocwnlng session In Ht. Louis on At ill 18.
The rest of the commission, except Com
missioner Veomsns, who has bein ithsi nt
from the. sittings for some time, will travel
to fat. I)uls In a body. Commissioner
Yeornans will Join the commission In Den
ver. A ronsllerable number of Western
complaints against railroads will bt investi
gated, Only I'urtl (urrect.
Iis Angeles, Cal . April 13 The alle
gation made that tho Southern Paclflo
hurt withdraw ii from sale tickets for St.
Paul and Minnesota points via L'l Paso,
Port Vv'orth and Kansas City, and also
by the Northern route, via. Ogden an J
Kansas City, turns out to bo only partly
correct. The faoutliern gateway to ex
treme Northern points U still open, but
What Bargains Wo Do Oct
Tied Iloom tulls 112 in, re bleed from $1W
Hed lloom ulls 15T1, rclu.ed from Slim.
He.l Itoom bulls t-21 ( redili . d from 311.50.
Parlor Suits in no, te m c 1 from 321 V)
Pirlor Hull's f 'A ri III id from Mi)
Parlor Suits f-ili'. re lu 1 fr ni Kl)
Ho krrs J2H1, re lu ed from JI V
Kockers J2.f.O, rcdii. ed fiom 1W
Large line of Straw Mattings, Carpets Oilcloths, Shades,
Lace Curtains and everything to furnish a house complete on
Easy Payments at
ffirT-TN n n
CORNER TYvTELFTH --JXlD aVE'O-EE STS.
Yesterday we picked out two hundred Suits which wc epect
to sell in three days Monday, Tuesday and IVedncuiay. The first
lot, our $25.00 imported fancy mt.ed Casstmercs, Vicuna Cheviots,
Plaid Cheviots, J'ancy Pin Dots and Broken Checks, wc will sell for
$20 00. The second lot, our $30 00 Imported Fine Silk Mi.xfutes,
lilac: Wot sted Cheviots, Pine Stripe Cassanties and English Clay
Worsteds, we will sell for $2j.oo The third lot, our $35.00 Im
ported I tid's E)c H'oisteds, Double and Twist Sittings, Hei 1 ingbones,
Thibets and Pane) Hair Lines, we will sell for $30 00.
These suits will be gotten up in the very best style, with ele
gant Titmmings tuottgkout. '
Pemen.bei this is for three days only, commencing Monday
morning, and, as a matter of fact, the first callers have first choice.
No other house in the city can show you one-half the number of
beautiful pallet its from which to make your selection.
Ti ousel s in abundance fiom $5.00 to $3. 00.
if: Don't Juggle
ji;! With Fate ....
But call at our store and select one o inose vi
yl You can judge and decide their appearance in an ;
v. instant and you will be well
. . !. .
:: High Grade Clothing Department ::
X 1 1 IS MAIN STKEET. '
0s4ssssss .. .......! "S
sssv s... , ..s.s.s.rI4
no mute tkKets arc belnK offered via
K m-.is City und Ogilili A bile- tho
Smithein Puclllo comii.mj offirs 110 oill
clul rcusi.n for the action taken, 11 Is
suriliosjii! to be "-Imply nn the scoto of
rionoin) When the traillc by any touto
Is eiceedliin'l) bindll It docs not pay to
ki ep Uikcls on bale at all the olllces,
Thu trouble' and expeiihe In nccouiitlng
for tlckoH amounts to largo Hguies nnd
by withdrawing them fiom sale the
matter la simplified.
Alliged VlnUtlnn of Court Orders,
Omnhi, April 13 Complaint Is made by
Hi ion I'ultlc shoiunen that tho company
Is now violating the Older of Judgo Cild
wdl prohibiting1 reduction in wages. .Many
men mil let out during thu past few
montrs und then re.employed. When these
im 11 were dlw barged on "account of slack
wot It" thej wtr working eight hours per
deej and now when thus urn hired nguln
they are put to work ten hours per da at
the same- wages they vvero getting for
eight hours' work. Ity this mil hoi wages
are being i filmed In violation of tho older
of Judge Caldwell.
Want an I stensbin nf lime,
Omaha, April 13 Tho Union I'.icHc re
ceivers have been asking revenue collect
ion of th several districts through which
the roud operites for an cxtcntdon of timet
for tiling their Income tnx returns, Thiy
mUntuiii that It Is linposidblu to have their
re turns ready b Jlondnj-.
II I Jiceiuos, put chasing agent of the
.Memphis route, has ainplid thu resign 1.
Hun of his 1 hlef cleilc, .Mr. Henry W
Hubbs, and has appointed w, w, Giuhrim
to the rio-.ltlou thus vacated. Thu change
takes place at 0111 1
Mas buttle le ill ly lUmiirilcd.
The) lateut Joke at the expense of the
rienili KoeletJ for the 1'ioH-cllon of Ani
mals Is to the following cir.'ct:
A tountrjman, armed with an Immense
club, presents himself before tho president
ot the unlet) nnd elalms thu II rat piUe,
He Is asked to describe the act of huuiati
Ity on which he fuunds the claim,
"I saved the life of it wolf," replied tho
lounlouiaii "1 might easily buve killed
hlni with this bludgeon," und he swings
the weal on In the ulr, to the Immense dls.
comfort of the president.
"Hut where was this wolf?" Inquires the
latter; ''what hud he done to jouf"
"Ho had Just devoured my wife," was
The president reflects an Instant and then
.My friend, I am of the opinion that
you have been sufficiently re.warded,"
Alleged ( uffee.
Chicago Tribune: "Walter," said the reg.
ular customer ' bring me a porterhouse
steak and a cup of jour alleged coffee."
The waiter went away und was gone a
".Mister." he said, returning at last, hur
rledlj", "we ain't got no ledfce eolfee (n the
house, to belp mc! Won'; the resWr kind
When Wo Go to BUCHANAN'S!
Mockers J.1 V), reduced from 33 ov
Center Tables U)c, Kdured from ".c,
Center Tables Tie. tediped from II of.
Center Tildes f 1 on, redmed from 31 'A
Center Tiblcs JI i). redli' ed from f2"
I'ol.llng lb .Is iin, roiluci.l from 312 60.
To' ling He ds 3110), r'lUuel from 32000.
1'oldlng tkds 323 in, redlue 1 from 333 00.
), sss .--
Spring- Suits or jg
Top Coats. -:
fS. . - - "..
Itcmnrkiiblo Strength nnd 'leuiclty of si
Trom tho 1'iovldmce Journnl
In demolishing a pai t of the Albert ware
houses in I.lveipool, belonging to the Mei
sev Docks and llnrbor Hoard, It oecmred to
the assibtniit inglncei In iliuii,e of tho
wotk to m.il.e Huiim lnvrstlbtitlous Into th.i
stitnpth of the old bikkwork Thu wall
was built about fifty ears ago of ham -mide
bricks, laid In giound mortar iimu-j
with t'lititshlro llnii'. 'ilils lime Is In a high
degree hdiaulle, und has a reputation of
making moiiar of 1 vceptton illy good nu ti
lt, 'Ihe Journal of the ltoj.il Institute ot
iiruisu -tvtcmicris, wuiun lesi'rines tne in
vestigation, fctntcs tint the engineer con
ceived thu luiipi thought of leaving i
ce or it in the form of a horizontal
)C 1111. hnvlnL u twedvi. Inol k...i.i nn.l
miiiKurlng about two lert scju.ire In section,
seven courses In thu height of a two-loot
Wall The. ends of thu be.ltns uiw. n.il , nr
free from the lent or the work, Tills beita
was then o tiled with all the weight that
could conveniently bo plied upon it, with
apple clable eleileetlon or other sign of
Weakness resulting Two couises wcie then
cut off and the whole welgiu ugdln put on,
but without other lesult. The beam win
further reduced by a lutirae, liavlng It four
coursis, or fourteen Inches deep, and thu
ends weie also cut free fiom the other
work lh.t murtar beds of the tvvelve-ln it
bearings being left untouched A centrally
placed load of live tons llfteen hundn .
weight was then giailuiillv piled upon it.
und was borne for tevtr.il dajs without an"
parent etfcci upon the brlckwoik. rinnlly
the weight was Inrrc ised to hlx tons, 111114
hundredwelkhl, twenti. three pounds, whu Ii
wis subialnid for thfrtj hums, when thi
be tin collaiLCd during the nlghi, and earns
clown In pieces, morn like tuokcii timber
than atijthlng eUe. Other tests weie mail
with slmllarlj .astonishing results, (mt thi
ubovo ute su llclent to sliow what leallv
llrst.rate brickwork in lijdiaullc lime will
'Live and Lit l He."
llliicltwood'e JltiKiulno. Tho lives lived
hy tho .Moots nre, without jieilmps, any
exception, the most precarious ami mis
er ihle that can liu Imagined, The poor
nun la tluejuii Into pilson for emus ho
never posseosed and e in never iiaj j tha
llch 10 be sriueeeil of all hu possesses,
vvhllo those only can hope to escape!
who aie members, of families suillclenily
powerful to arouso tho feats of the local
Koveuior, should hu attempt extoitlon
and not sulllcfently poweiful to stir im
the Jealousy ami avarice of the sultan
Kven the Koetnora of thu provlne'ei
allfrr hnKi m. 11,.. .'. ,!.v-
.L .....-.... .,ij Illillvtt UllUld
suiter, for just us they squeeze the utr-
,,v....v u..i. .ne iieusani, so (itey ar
In turn squeezed by the sultan and liu
v fylorj imrl Htintilit el,..., .i, . '
l . ' -. . i,.pj tan ny con
stant presents to maintain a good onln
Ion at the court, they can expect only
Imprisonment nnd often death, "
Ten cents a vveek,
?t our dooreuiT moinlncr.
4 00 a year by mall.
Tell ) our neighbor.