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TIIH KANSAS HTY .T0F1.XAL. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21, 1895.
NEWS OF THE DAY,
-till- Wl MUCH.
Th olllrl.il forecast for to rtiv ! tot
Missouri, fair, Kansas, par'lv tlinil tool
it In extreme northeastern iiurllon. uorin
it in thi- extreme southwestern portion
Th- highest temperature 'ester l wnii m
dig nnd thp lowest fl il'it I ollolvlng In a
r r.l of Inst tilKltt'n observations.!
stai'on. II lr. Temp
('in iiuiatl ..
Cn orilta ...
P . Ie Hir .
1!' nurrk ....
II 1 n .......
i i unm ...,
w n htla
H- Louis ....
L iiiia City
... .80 to
I III siimin ir.i.
The Protestant Home for Aged Women
li In tiped of money.
nrntnrlenl contest will lie held at the
1 Ivf h school next Hnlunlnv.
Pvnngcllst W'hniton prenrhetl to 4 BM pro-li-
Mi the Armory Inst night
Uenrife M. Shelley qualified ns a member
of tin- polko tianrd jesterdnj
Tli" eot-oner's lur pstnnprnted William
liavis for killing Gabriel Hicks.
Tlin Allrlon tlntii were sold jesterdny bv
1 1 vi ke .V Sexton to W Hiving Hull
Two of (istnr Wilde's book lire In the
1 ii Ik- Ittimr), iiml thev will remain thiTP.
Michael lioritiin Is suing Mourn lire, for
I. ii for Injuries suslulncd while In their
TIip Missouri Institute of Homeopathy be
gan Its nlnetppnth minimi mhvi iitlou yes
tc rliv In the Midland liotpl.
TIip stnte will not pu Henry Clny Ahdcr-s-.n
for eleven wolf si tips which ho stir
rcntlernd to tlio county court.
TIip upper house of the council Inst night
re Iwtoil twentv-rour nominations made b
tlic mu or for upi oliitlvc olllccs. ,
The board of piihlli works vesterday no
tuitiiicndeil the passage of n tnimluM of pav
lrij' and rcginding ordinances, and certified
to a number of xtmllar resolutions.
The intittnl meeting of the Missouri Statu
l'lh nnil llamii Asuoclatlon was hcM at Hip
"MlllatuI hotel lnt nlKht Important
cl'niiBCB cio maele III thu ust-ocliitlon's by
I'nltcO Stalrn mtrlct Atteirnpv Walker
telfuriplipil to the elpiarttiipnt of Jultcp at
V ishlmjtmi ycaterilav that Home otlun
)! i ! than tlio pi-iiltcntl.iry at Jiffcrson
i it) ho ilplKtmtPil h n placo of coiiIIih:
rnent for fulernl prldonnri.
The trHl of N'oih Rlre II rharccl with
killing his father, opcncil jctcnlay at
T'ni.nllt llmrrri rliirlnc hli Invostlcatlon
ctur!l.iy receive! several ccrtlllc.itcs of
Kooil character from university profeKFori.
'ii the Ch.ip InvcstlK.illon a rennrkalilc
rtorv nine In cvltlenc of Governor I.evv
rt "m n'ir,ir,n .tf l convict who Knew of
The leKlilaturp met In etri session je
tpnlny ami received n me"nqp from the
fcove'rnor as to the npfds ot legislation.
Hi ncral Dinni'rttlc.
Mrs. I'nrncll la cry low- and will prob
The evidence nirnlnst I) urn tit pllll tends
to show that he killed Mlsn William".
flovernor Matthews ns the duns of the
times point to the renoniln itlon of lien
Hnrrlon by the Hipublk.ms.
e'olored people who went to Mexico to
Join a colonv there are mid to be held In
flavor- by the orlKlnators of the scheme.
'Ihe action of the Rnn lYnnclsco board of
heTlth Is nn unuu.il tribute to be paid
oven to an article of so hliih a character
as the llov.il It.ikinf; Powder The s.u
In their Judtrment "It Is Impossible t make
u purer or stionger baking powder than the
.11 VN lilt.M.N.
A riitiliiRrapliie PI He, Itetulnlni; Itiiiit-rs
anil Mililin 'llieiii Cinlir liilliiem e.
Tlio nervous system In Inclosed In a
bon east, composed of the bones of the
head and the ertebrae: the encephalos is
contained In the cranl.il cavity, the spinal
marrow In the spinal canal. The marrow
and the brain do not completely 1111 these
aviiles, and the interstices arc tilled with
liquid, which prevents shocks and com
pr anions, rrom the nuriow and the brnln
the sensitive and motor nerves start, which
eurry ben-ntlons to the two cetiti.il orR.ins
and take bad. the movements. A sensation
brouKlu to the brain by a sensitive nerve
I,, neially provokes a motion, a contraction,
In duiIi tails the brain Is a center, In
wnnti il.e impression is ttansformed Into
ei Hun lint very often the Impulsion is
n . fullovvtd b nn action; the nervous
kj stem tlii'ii becoints a oentr.il storehoue
for impressions. M, llrlssaud verj aptly
compaies the brain to a photographic plate
wl.i. h retains the Image and only lilds
1- unler the inllutnce of a developing body,
'tin bi iln. periieularly in infamy, stores
up numerous m ligations, whlth liter cnu-e
lions, 1'he cerebral lentir letains these
Iiiiuk. that Is. these lasting remembrances
or .inward ee Itements
The gra substatue which foims the out
sl.l. lovcrlng of the brain Is n sensitive
plate un vvhldi images of the outei world
an impressed The nerves conduit the
tli trh, heat, light and sound wives to
Hi- irebial covering, where thev are
imprivsrd as on the ijllndir of a phono
iriaph The lmpiession Is more or less cv
a i, ,u cording to the niilurc of the eere
bril ir'-rument, li Is more or le-s profound
i irdin to tile briaiPh or the nnmlior ,.f
i i.ritlins of the waved. The Impr. salon
t formed beiomes n recoil, itlon. It
i I- to become eftaied with age, it sub
iii - t i alttritlons aci ording to moduli i
i e of the mpr"id surf.ue These Im
mi. - in iy n m iln unused in the brain for
n 1 'iik time iin tin iihotogniplilo plates In
tleir bov. The lib a of nu object Is thus
elvvavs the recolb itlon of an object.
'1 h.. assudatlon of tdiH often . anus an
bssj. lutlon of moveim tits, i ailed automtit
I A litlli tlrl. fur Institute, lenrns to
kn'i At llrst she Is very awkward, but
(.i linllj she progn n" .mil the work a -ii
i Iocs Itself, until finally she walks,
t k- and learns hei hssons while knitting
T illffetent automatic i nti rs oecupj lo-
i t I regions In the brain 'I he most cel-
.i it. 1 Is the renter language, localized
oli mi ISiJ b Itnulllauil In the front l.ilie
of ih' brain Winn any Injury vvhatevet -rpiuic
of a. blood vessel, softinlng of the
brun tissue. ti . .ettai IvH this lobe, the
fi ulty of language disappears ami the
1 ui in is strlck. n with aphasli Theie
in. s. veral aspei l of this illiease. Sjine.
times the pitli nt iitnuot speak, but Is able
lo expnss his thought In wiltliig; this Is
asph'isla of artleiilaiinn; others are able
to speak, but laiinut ivtn write tlulr own
run s; this is griphle usphasla, others,
though nut at all dtaf, have no Idea that
the name they hear pronounced is Unh
ewn name, although tin may lie able to
spi-ak It. read It or wilte It; this auditive
nphi It. nthi rs, flnallv, without being
blind have lost the faculty of reading, al
though they tan still write Itlglit hnnd.d
upni-i s. unable to speak, have -ullir.il
t jiii injury of the third left fionial elr
c iiriv-jlutlon. and left haiuled nnes of the
i orr pnndlng light one. 'I hose who can
w write h im some Injury lu the su-oud
frmtTl ilieuinvobitlon Those who have
Ion the f.icult of liL-irltiff have u wound
In the llrst lift frontal clu umvohition. and
those who e-annot sin nrititiK, one of the
h cond parietal b ft irtuiuvolutlnn. Chat
cot has said, and M l!rlaud repeals.
"In studying lenbrnl uff tluns the nature
of the Injury Is almcist a matter of Indiritr
enci, the localUation Is ev.rj thing" Que
Hi i In .nne- aphaslc. In ions.iiieiice nf un
ot i k "f upophxy, a blow or a shock
whl li causes an absciss of the brain or a
ran er which nresuis on that nrc.tti. it
tan even be produced by tub. rculosls. Alls
b i. the brain should be so delicate an or
gan, Journal des Uebats.
(ire it .llil of egotilble I liters,
fjardtn mid Coresf In u leeent lecture
Mr l Mori Is, assistant illrei tor nt thu
Injal RatduiB In Kew. noieil the fact lli.il
tr uiiiiiierie in vigt tilde liliets was one
rf tin most impwrtunt In iliett lliltnln,
mid that ih Impetus in IH'I umountpil In
vain to I5,iutj, uri'l the export of nianti
fu tui ui goods reai In .1 u value of (71 W'.
(-ki (if Itnisiris, uuuil) all the eotioii, Max,
)i mp and paper inuttrltl eaine lioni lor
1 1 n countries, and It seemed to Mi Mor
lis u inatler of iigiut that Can.nlu eoiild
not Ittsome n gnat llax-piodutlng num.
trv, that New Xeulaml did not linprovu its
I i-ormlum ptaduitlou foi the higher class
of textiles, unit that lotion and ramie
not riiovvu In the West Indies CMIu,
e Is the cssentlul t lenient 111 all libel.
( inn i i.l.i pith, Ivory nut. lltun rugs
ri, ull cellulose, nnd ,i the Kew museum
1 uii'cuU of Iln. n tlolh louml bilwieil
I i l-s of pyramids irtniwl .'.vcu Mats be
I r Christ, sliuwetl that Pi a iry aliiin.s.
I Inn t. Ilulose Is piactlt'Jlly Indestrui Uble.
( ne of the new libers, espev'ullj liiteiesting
and ipelte unknown In (lieut III ban Is in
be en III cuirass made Irom a kliul of
vild pliuupple, nnd this suit, worn l the
In II 'lis ,r .South Vmerlia Is pa.lltd I., -fori
nnd behind with vigctubii ilk from
th fruit of i lie Yuchan, Chorlstu ihslgii..
lly lolling Ihetiuclvts lu water the silk
swells, until thu cuirass become, anow-(iroof.
THE STATE SHOOT OPcNS.
tiuou woitit titisr. .r
lit.M' mi. nitsi ti.w.
I 'mi It 'lint Jr tlip lllnl In I'lne
Mjlt rhrTnrgtt llvmls tiring Out
e-miip lltttlliut spurt In-
There wan only a fnlr allelidatice nt the
prellmllmry lioot nt nshlnirtoii park e
terdav, afternoon. The mirksmen who
pirtlcltmlol In the anous evenln wero
vvell pleisid, however with the ilnv's stwrt.
The line neither wim Jut sulllcietitlj hr.u
In to innke the birds lly well, mid therp
an line an exhibition of klll as onr
eotilil wish to sec. The birds were vount;
and slroiiK and ver few had to be Riven .1
start. .Many of Hip kills were Willi one
barrel. nltlimiKh the terms of the rontrsts
permitted the use of both. There wen
three events at live birds, all hotly run
teste I and resultltit; In several lli Two
wire shot on, for set oiul tnonev In the
llrnt mid speelil, the Inst of the dav.
In addition to the live blid vents, there
were ten evinlii at Umpire tnructs and two
ixtrns The were hnliv lolilested, but the
niimirous lies were not deildid, the isn
li slants preferring to divide ihe money.
To-d.iy there will be the team shoot, for
the stale championship, now held bv the
St. l,aul tlun Club Clubs from St l.ouls.
St. Jii'tph and several from this city will
compete. There are vin nbiitulnnce of rik I
birds and Mod shots, so the sport to-d.iy
should be nf a hlKh or.ler The followliiB
Ih h summat of yesterda's events:
first event Seven live birds: 1.1 to enter,
IncliidltiK birds; open to the world, both
lnrrels permitted The purse w-ns illvldul
Into three inon? Atkins and Illllott di
viding llrst, Itoss vvltinlner second on a
shoot-out and third lielnjr divided between
(lerm.in, HIksIiis and I.ohy. me siotc
Mklns 'J 1
itcrtu.m l Oil
Iligglns 0 1 2 1
Illllott 2 2 '- 1
A. Smith o 2 2 0
lllcholU 2 1 II 2
Clumber 1 1 li 2
ithoides 2 2 2 II
Uo-s 12 2 1
llershev 1 2 2 1
llalllwell V 2 12
llhrhirdt " 2 12
Loby 2 n 0 2
l'lrst monej, J13.S0; set ond, Jll
Second event nt ten live birds, entrance
7.. open to the world, both barrels per
mitted. There vveie nineteen entries and
ome vcrv good shooting. The purse was
divided Into rour mone, first. Jl.,1.1 being
divided betwcin llrown nn 1 Hubbard: sec
ond, J2'i3) going to Illllott. ll.illlwell,
1 timber nnd lllikmuii. Itoss ioing iy one
bird In a try out. third, nmountlng to
17r.7, going to Smith, rrntiklln, Atkins
nnd Ileishey, while lluglits and (term in
divided Ji7S. the list dlvllon The score:
Atkins .... .
1. Ilronn ..
A. Smith ..
I' J Smith
,...1 12 2 1 I 1 0 0 2 S
...1 12 12 2 10 12-3
...1 0 1 2 l 1 2 0 1 1 S
..2 12 2 12 2 2 1 110
...1 12 2 12 2 2 1 110
. 1 2 2 2 2 2 11 2 2 2 0
..2212222 2 n 1- '
. .2 2 2 2 2 1 II 2 0 1 S
...2 2 2021020 17
...ll 12 2 111111-''
...2 22110 120 0-7
...2 2 2 O 2 2 2 " 1 1 S
...0 2 t 0 1 2 0 0 1 11',
...0 10 111110 27
..2122110 2.2 2
..2 1 OOl 11 I 2 2 S
.. 121 101000 2-r
The spt'Clal at iwt ive mi mnn, c-tt.i ....'
$10 open to the world w is the most Inter
esting shoot of the dav Ilershey took
down llrst monev. $12 2.. with .1 cIpiii
score, while Illikman. I'lumbei and 11
mot tied for J'. 35. second money. W llmnt
killed nil his bitds on the shoot out and
won the prize Third money was not dis
tributed as Vorlis. one of the men who
was tied left the grounds before there
could be nny decision. It will prolublv be
divided between him, Hughes, ltos ami
fierimn. It amounts to flCW. The Fcore
Vorles I 1 0 0 2 1 2 1 2 1 1 2-10
I-ranklln 11101010011 1- .
ll.irse 0 .' 2 2 0 1 1 2 0 u l l-
(lermnn . ...
10 0 112 0 110 1
.0 11022 2 2122 210
.22212222011 1 11
2 2 12 112 1111 1-12
0 11)0111111 1-10
2 12 11111111 0-H
'liirgt t lilt ills.
The entries in the target events were
more numerous than the) were In the live
bird events. Tlieie were ten of these nu
tlet the following conditions and results.
Clist evitu At ten tirgets; entrance SI:
divided into two parts. The entries and
scons were. I'lunimei, S. llrown. 10;
I'll holt. 1); Ilniie. 10. Notion, 0: Trottet,
.1 C Smith, 10, Hhoailes, , Marshall,
)'. Hamilton, 7; I'.hrhardt, V.
Second event I'lfteen tatgets; entrance
I .-.0. with 7".0 added, tluce monev s, JjOI,
JI.7U nnil HI cents. 1, C. Smith, 11; Mar
shall. 1', K. Hamilton. 12. Iobv. 11, A.
Smith, lo. HUglns, t2; I'hiramor, 11: llirre,
1.1, Norton, 12, llhrhardt, 1", and Tiot
Thinl event Sime as second, divided Into
two monev s, S' 'JO and '.0 enls; J C.
Smith, II, i:hrhardt, 1.1: Harre, lo; Norton,
15; Iligglns 13, A. Smith, 13 .o by. 13;
linvvn, 13, Trotter, II and Marshall, II
I'ourih ovent-S.une as seioiul l'lum
mer. 12. Norton H, 12 l'.rovvn 11, A. Smith,
11, llirre. II, lllcholt, 12. Trotter, 11, Ilig
glns. 0, Marshall. 1.'.. Hamilton. 12, I.. C,
Smith. 15. and llennett, 13
rifth event Tweiitv-llve targets; $2 r,0 to
ft.it.,,- ttith SlTi mldcd. two montvs. Jll 2.1
and JltVJ I.ohy, IK 12hrhnr.lt 21. Trottet.
" lliire 23. I'liimmer, 21. 1. C Smith.
2t: llennett, 23; Marshall, Hi, Si oil, 22, an I
Norton, 22 , ,., .,
Sixth event Same ns second, with Jin
ndded; four montvs. sunn ti'io, ?-M". mid
il cents lUrre. 1.1. Seuti. 12 Utng 10.
llhrbardt, 13, Norton 13; liotlll. b. 11, Hlg
Klns. 0. ilrovin. 11. Trottei. 14. Marshall.
11; McCiirdy. o: Wilmot 1.1. Hhoailes,. II;
I.obv. II; llamllton, 11. Hubbard, t.: lern
kiis. 11: Hlnekburn. 13, and I'lummtr, I.
Seventh eveni banu is -ttond- I'liim
mer. 12, llhotules, 1; Ilia, kburn, 0. I ern
kas II: I.ohv, 13, lledeiinau, II, Wilmot,
.-t.'ilhrhardt. ll; (loltlleb.iu. Marshall, 15;
1. C. Smith. 11; llarre. 15. 12. llrown, 1 :
Trotter, 11. Hamilton. 12. Tramp, 11: italll
well, 13; Kecne, 13, Norton, 13, and bcutt,
Hlghth event Same as second, ?10 added,
divided Into time moncs, as follows:
l'ltst, JIO"'. sccoml, J3C0. third Jl.Se, .Nor
ton, 13; Hummer, 10. Ham, 12. Lang, C;
A. Smith, 11; '1 rotter, 13; Hhoailes, If,
Cernkas, 13; nine kburn. 10; llhrhardt ll,
lliown, II, Marshall. 13. llalllvvell, 12, I,,
c Smith, 15, Outhrle, 15, l.ob, 11, and
Scott, 13. , .,
Ninth event Simc ns eighth, four
moneys, JIOSO. J2 70, H (1 and 1133. l'liim
mer. '. Norton, 11; llarre. ll; I, C. Smith,
15. Scott, 1J; Hhrhardl. II; Keene, 11; Wil
mot, 12, Trotter, 11; (luthile, C, llrown, 1'!,
i' C hinlth, 13; Halllwtll, 10; Hughes, 11;
IVrnkas, 1", and Ulackburn, 13.
Ti mil evttil TwmtJ-llve t.ugcts, 2 50 to
inter, with 2o adib-il, monej divided Into
threo iiarts, us follows: l'lrst. 112 47. sec
...i ti iu ..ml thlrtl. 4S2. Ilnrre. 21: Oir-
hardt, 22; Noi ton. 21, Hi own, 21; Tiotter,
20, I. C. Smith, 21: I'lumniei, 11; Mnrshall,
21, Keene, 10. Wilmot, 23; I'tinkas, 22;
.Scott, 21, and Hepnitt, 22
The follow Ins la lira piogramme for to.
Live blid events Open to the world;
si ven birds, buth lumls Knirame, 3. In
tituling buds Stale Association m dal
shoot; open onl to one train ot fuur front
anv tlub belonging to the state associa
tion. Piftien bin!. i.ieli man: both bar
lets Hniianee, $20 for team, birds extra.
One hundred iloll.ub lo go to the rlub last
holding the medal, the bul.inie to bo ill
e 1.1...1 to. ll. 20 and 10 ntr tent
Target events-t". addeil monevs
livent 11 I'lfteen I2mplrii unguis, si.M en
livent II Twenty llmplre targets, J2 en
train e, 10 inldeil mom j.
llvtnt 13-Twtnt llmplro targets, J2 cn
ll.tiiit. (10 added mono.
i:int ll-Twenty i:mplrp tarsets, ?2 en
tr.iiui. llo u.lde.l mono.
i:ent 1& Thlitv I2niilre targets, J2 50 en
trance, -' n.ldttl mono
livent let Tnent) Umpire targets, 52 en
trance, 1D atMe d mone.
Ilvmt 17 Tvvent) Kinplrc targets, 12 rn
llunce, J10 added liiontj
Ilvtnt 16 I'wtnt) Umpire targets, 2 m
frame, $10 added moot)
Hvent tie-Tvvtnty Umpire targets, $2 en
truiite, $10 addeil mono.
IJveut 2u 1 litrt j Umpire targets, $2.50 en
trance, $30 ail. led money,
.Memphis, Tenn, ApiJI 2.1 -The features
of to-tlaj's iiicliu it Mo..li-..mer 1'aik
was tlio mUKiilllcent illlug of J ik Chc.ni
who hail three IiiiiIii mounts and oii"
teciiml llnlkh The card of sev. n lac. s, In
i lulling the Memphis liun I'luli hitndleiip,
furnished excellent spoit for em of iho
laigest row.ls ot the seas ui Humumrlcs'
I'lisl idu I'our Cm loin.- Clu tub won,
l'alrv Dance, sciond, l.xhlltlt thud T'ine.
sjeeomi rt'-v-Hlx furlongs. UI fapitiui
won; (loodivlu, betoud I'ejipf r, thud. Time,
Third laee-Onc, and u sUtgeiuU mlleaj
M. iii lil fliin ('lull hnndbap, JOJ nd tl
J.'".'1 .IJ.,yittS.'! ,''J't!t. 'p oiul, a Tarn-
In ii thlril Time I ij,
l .irtrili rnu. live furloiiRfi (le-otce I
Smith won rnietitntp, second! i.lhertlne,
Hi it I Time I up,
ln tli tin e Mm mile Oakley won; Ml
Ni.rmn, rnond. Jim Henry, third. Time.
.Sixth rnrp-sit furlongs. Wlghlinan won,
Hiadltin, set niul lllgli Tes, thlrtl. Time,
Sevttith rnec six fitrlntiES. lloore won!
lloilBsntt, second, Jlurtell's Dlllet, (bird,
Time, 1 p;i,
N Islltlllf. limes,
Nnshvlllp Tenn., April 23 The public
hnd n good time or It nt e'mnberlntid park
to-ilnv, font favorites and n second i holce
winning Tot tbrm The ntlitidnnep was
Inn h litger than usual, Hie weather de
lightful iiml trnrk fust. The stake race of
the iliy vvas the lJuucnn hotel handicap,
Jl 0"ti Kiinranlet'd nt one mile St Mnvdm
was the favoriic, but the son of St lllilsp
was not ns good as he was thought to be.
'I ne luce was belvvteli 1'rlme .Minister nnd
J.lh.ln, the former winning, ridden out by
half r length.
I'ltsl race Six furlongs Michel won;
nsco, second, Hngnr, third, Time, l.lti-i.
Set ond r.tie Selling; rout" nnd onchnlt
furlongs. Hester won, l(itg, seconds War
Song, third. Time. n.M'
Third rnie Dunenn hotel bandlcip, SI.GOO
guaranteed, unc mile. I'rltne Minister won;
l.liidi, setond, l.lllle of the West, third
I'Ollfth l.ltn llep nti,1 ntin.hf.lr fttrlnnirs
l.lxetta won, Mnrth.i (Irlllln. setond; Mark
S third Time. 1 lis
llfth race Selling; nne and one-sixteenth
tnllis Ciittnragus won, Meirosills, second,
Tom i:imote, third. Time, lMl'j;.
iili Train Ui ii II ii t .
Sin 1'rancl'co, April 2.1. The talent
Pi' ked the 2-ve,ir-old and the fourth rnce
and fell down hard on the rest. There was
a heavv plunge on Jnstallator lu tho sec
ond rdt-e He was plated ftom 2 to 1 to
3 to s nnil llnlsheti fourth.
l'lrst race Jlnlf a mile; mnklrn: 2-year-old.
Iionni Carlottrt won, ljventhle. sec
ond, Senator M.ihoney, third. Time, 0 "Mi,.
Second race-Six furlongs, selling. Ceti
lurlon won; Tobey, second, l'avorj, third.
Time, 1 15,.
Third r.up Six furlongs; selling IIx
perlment i-t liling won. rternnhln, second;
l.e.lette HllJ, llilli Time, 1 111,.
1'uurlh i.tce Six furlongs; selling. Ar
netle won. Dm he v of Mllpltns, second,
Venus, third lime. 1:1SH.
l'lftli rnce Six rurlongs, selling. Itlcordo
won; N'ellle O, Eeiond; l.nly Jane, third.
Time. 1 H.
Sixth race Seven flit longs. Malodln Di
ablo wnii: Mr Jingle, second, Jnkcrnian,
third, Time, 1 ".x.
st. t.t.iil.. I.'l; ( leu I in. I. 1 1.
St. l.ouls. Mo, April 23. To-da's game,
the Initial one between the Hrowtis nnd
Clcvel.inds, vvns anbjd's up to the eighth
Inning, when the home team secured ii lead
and was never headed Ilolh pitchers wete
butted freelv and Cuiipv s work was mark
id b espeelilly wild work, eight men fil
ing to bases on bills ult his dellvcrv. In
the fourth four men were suit to bases In
succession on his balls, two being forced
lo score. Xlilntious trrors were made on
both sides. Attendance 3,500
St. Douls o u 0 6 0 2 f. 0 11
CleveHllil 2 0 1 0 0 ft 0 2 111
II merits SI. I.OUI-, i:iin'v nnd 1'eltz;
Cleveland, Cujip and 'Immer,
iishiiiultiii. 4; Itofttii. I.
Washington, April 23 A triple play, so
nre In baseball was ihe featuio of the
W.ishlngton-Iiosion gime to-ili. It was
made u th" ninth Inning bv Boston, when
It looked as if Wishlngton was about to
Inirease the score The btses were full
Maul hit n grounder to Pitcher llson, who
tlinvv to Ueriur m the jilate, fnrclng -Mc-iitilre
out; Weinti threw to Tucker on
llrst In time to cut i.tT Mini, and Tucker
n tinned the bill to Wiinir, who touched
t'artw right, who hud attempted to eome
home Boston's hits were scattt rctl Score
Wishlngton I 1 0 0 0 o 0 0 0 I
lioston 1 0 o 0 0 0 0 0 li 1
I'.atterles Washington. Maul and Me
Gulie; lioston, Wll-on and Weiner.
l'lltliurg, I,; ( liiiliui it), n.
Clnclnintl, O., Apiil 23 I'.iriott pitched
a sttong gime to-day, but owing to the
poor support he received he lost Vaughns
erior In the seventh in tailing to hold a
thrown ball and retire the thii 1 man gave
Pittsburg n start The lteds luiu to pieces
and made i rrorufter etror, Plti"hurg scor
ing rour runs on onlj one hit Ihe lteds
outbatted the Pirates, hut tould never gel
a hit at the light time. 12wlng did not plav
on account of the death of his brother In
Denver Attendance 0.3W Scon .
Cincinnati 0 0 0 1 0 o 0 1 1 R
Pittsburg 0 1 1 0 0 0 I 0 0 o
lkitlerlts Pittsburg, Hauls) nnd bugilen,
Cincinnati, I'arrott and Merrlti.
I iiuUvllli, IH; ( Men
Louisville, K April 23 To-dnj's game
was nip nnil tuck until tlie eighth inning,
when tho lump team t llnehed u lctot by
pounding Giltlitlis lor tight iuns. 'ihe
Colts made n good effort In the ninth, but
Louisville's bad was loo much for them.
It) an'a home urn In the eighth vvns the
longest made on the home gtutinds this
season. Weathu fall, attendance, 1.C12.
Louisville 0 t 0 0 3 3 0 S 0-1S
Chicago 10 0 5 10 2 0 l-ll
Hatteiles Louisville, Lubv and Cote, Chi
cago, Urllliths and Klttridge. ,
llrtiiil-liu, ill; , w tiirk, 7.
New- York, Apiil 23 The Xevv Yorks
made a poor showing to-da, nnd the sup
port given to Tleinnn was distournglng
Irom the start Ticinnn. I'eiicorun nnd
Davis, how i vt r did heavy stick work I'm.
pile l.vni h ri'slgmd to-day ns the outcome
of having lined Captain D ivis 5123 on S it
urday, and Miekin. of the New Yorks. nnil
Mulvev, of the llrookliiis, called out the
Iltookl-.il 2 0 0 3 0 112 110
Ni w Vol k . ...0330000107
l.atteiles llrooki'li. Kennedy nnd Dailey;
Niw Voik, ii.im.in, Husle and Schilvei.
Itilllmtire It;-, l'lilliitltlpiili lu,
UnHlmore April 23 llaltlmore won the
oh' i.uii. of ihe strles to-da.v by outpla-.-Ing
ihe Phllliis at all points In the sev
eruh inning Smith was substituted for
With I nir ami rured but little better. Hs
pi i pitched gcod ball until the latter pin
of Ihe game, when he weakened and was
it placed h illeiisun. Jennings' all 'round
woik was the rcuturt. Score.
llaltlmore 5 2 1113 2 11"
Philadelphia . . ..1111001 210
liattt il.s llaltlmoie, llsper, fileuson and
Itiibliisun. Phlluiiel.hla, TAt-Milng, .Smith,
Clements and Iliuklo.
lit Mills nt Past st. i.uni..
St Louis. Mo April 23. Results at I2ist
llrst race purse, threo-iiuarlers of n
mile. Albert A won; Jack Hradle-i.seiouil,
Slunij Hob, third Time, 121,.
rwioml race Selling; tin ei -.purlers of a
mile. Come to Stav won, .Major Dnpps,
bet ond; lloule, third Time, 1 2'l'-j
Tli id l ii e belling, live-eighths of a
mile, I i'iiI.'mh in won; lltvar.l, second:
Hetlle ilhio, thiid Tini.-, 1 ii,'-.
ljiiith race-Selling; seven-efghths of a
mile. King Crab won. Mi, Diinlnn, second;
ijiiem Hess, third. Time, 1.J5
I'ifth i-ace Selling; thiee-iiiarters of n
mile, lluck Knight won, Ilesperli, sec
ond, Jaidlne, third. Tlmi, 1.20
Will lttjt.lt. the Club.
Clevelind, o, Aiull 2J htpunil Hasemnn
C'hllds of tin Cliveliiiil ll.iseball Club
wlio lefi the i tub at Clniinnali jtsterd.iy
a in I tame hen. to stit Ptesttlent Itoblnsou
uiiause ui tiissaiisiat lion in regnid to Ids
snhirj, to-day itttlxc.l his slgnaluie to a
CleVflinil lonnati chills lilt this after
noon for St. I.uuls win re he will lejoln the
Kpldeih. To a leputtn- Pits,ient Itulilnson
dee lined lo state on what it mis t'hllds had
signed, but savs It was nt tho figures
mined by the t bib management. He
milled that Chills hail I tin docked fur
the time lost bj his disemon.
I igbttri Hound Iln r,
Topeka, Kns , pill isi (Siiiilul ) County
Attoino) McNtlll of Cluiuhiit iniinii, til.
igrapln to Ihe anoint geiieial thut the
Pi e llmluni y evumluatltui nf Juhuson and
I'm tell, who tticiill) tuught a .ii.e ti.n
at (tulinii, Kas.. was held 31ste11l.1v, ami
that both wuu bound ovir to tlio illstilct
lluir.o Ivnoiks (hit ( noiiej,
Cluclnn.nl, O, April 23-llmiiiy Murray
ktiotkud Jack Cnniie out In the Mxth
inillld to-night beioie tho OImple Club.
They wein to light tin loiuids foi Jlim.
Aiming the- sim ititois was Champion James
Matilda Dihain, Colmiitla, 1 ., sajsi
led mo as soon
us 1 bc0'.m lo
tafco 2.)Ula i'.
was st.jc ,it,
. ntnK imi .!..,
o Jong I tUougUt I neur could et well."
fji -. m . ir
J ( orbelt, who was Riven an nvntlon, nnd
I In-lde unite n speech on Hip evrtit lit said
.Murray would win heroic the IlKhl, but He-
. illned In net ns referpe. Up rpad n lep-
ww about rit7slmmotis' money being nil
it nnu otner nrrnhgements for tne coming
IRht lip ndded that when Hip time rntnp
he wmilil lip therp with rit7lmmolis to
keep the championship In America.
cw York, April 2.1 Th" pnlo commltlep,
whieii is compospd or delpgnles from pvprv
polo club In tho Unlleil Ptntcs. announced
In a speclnl mpptlng to-day Hip latcs of
the seiiotr .tournaments nnd the handl
co.ps of the flnvpr. Tor tlip llrst time the
Western . lulu will hnve teams In the "ast
ern i Ire-nit
Sivcnleen clubs nro now enrolled In the
polo iis.ocl.ttloti, three more tlnn Inst
VenS. Tlin tin... a1,,I. Call fkM- l.l.,
.... - in ,,v, ,,..,'- 11,1.1 .IVJ1.1 ...... UM't
PoVer, 1'a., and how ell, Mn-s, In pit, 257
Plavers are handlenppetl, The tournament
dalis nrens followst
Meadow brook Club, Westbury, !,. I
May 27 in June 1
l'lilliildphlii Country Club, June 3 to
.V.0".,.-r:.-.'ll,,, ' "rookllne, Mass., Juno
10 lo is (Polo Association's cup),
Country club, uf Westchester, June !l
llmkawny Hunt Club, Ccdarhursl, U I..
Jul I to 6.
Westchester l'o0 Club, Newport,
August 12 to 21 '
Itlngham Polo Club, Hamilton, Mns ,
September 2 to 11. .
Ixdhiim Polo Club, Dedham, Mass., Sep.
tetnber 11 to 21.
The Polo association will tint .nn.t n
team to compete In the Internntlotnl polo
tournament to be held nt London June 11,
but some American plavers may Join In
the games on their own account. Accord
ing to the handicap committee, the best
plnyers. In the Itocknway Club who are the
most severely 'handicapped are Pox hawk
Ivtetie. pennllred nt ten goals; J, ;.
cowdtti, ten; W. Itutherford, seven, and
J. b, Stevens, seven,
.nine (ititid i Ightbig.
Jersey city N. J April 23.-The Scottish.
Ameiuni' Athletic Club provided a very
tempting card to-night for the boxing
slieivi i tilting up their three best mi ti,
Steve Hlooin, Tom ilnaney nnd llddle Con
nell, against Jim Holmes (leorgp Sldtlotis,
and Dave O'Connor respectively. The bouts
were to be six rounds cneh. The first bout
was declared u draw, lleorge Sltldons. of
New- Orleans and Tim Canncv. S. A. C,
then climbed through the lones. ihiv
weighed 122 pounds tlaffnev had the ad
vantage of height and ic.ich.
Millions was much the cleverer, doing
good wcirk In tho third. In round live S1.1
'b''Ve1 right un head nnd was countered
light em the neck He then put his right
o.i the staunch, but mlssid n left hand
swing, jj.ipij exchanges were then lu or
ilt,r. al-'!e,s,lUll.,,",, Kneleel his right on the
head This blow staggered OilTnev and
he almost fell. Sbldons put In another on
the head at the end of the round
Itiiuhd six Slddons opened the last round
?i M" 'I fl ."" ""' fn' '" siaffm y was not
Idle and he nndtil right mid left on Jaw
and neck, following up with n stinging lift
on the chest. IJicv went at each other and
kepi it up until the timekeeper rang bis
bell, lleferee Parle , li.nl f,..i It .. a
The police Interfeted lu the last bout, uft
iTn.? Cn"n?r '""- d!"-s'red ii knock-out
blovv to his opponent. No decision was
Malum. .Vgiln a Winner.
One of tho most Interesting games of pool
that has been pl.t..d at the ltoj.il billiard
hall this season v.as piaved jtsterdav nft
ctd.iy between (ieotge Hmks. of uklaiiomn.
ami M.ilonc. the .bamplon The Ukl.ihoinii
t xperl was lo pl.iv ion to Mulone's 150 At
the end ut the thlitienth fr.ituo the scoie
stood Malotnt 1U3. Hanks t,7. but Uatiks
tinlv ininlo fourteen more while Malone
made forty-one, making the scoro nt the
llnlsli -Mn lone, 150 Parks, 1 p H, PrU p
the Kail! as champion will endeavor lo take
down the purse, offend by Hruns Hios
for the llrst plnver to scote 100 points
ngnliist Mulone's l',fi ejame will be called
'-. 3. ' -'".-, "J"'1 ,'" "10 opening Malone anil
Phrls Ciotlleb will nlav 150 nnlnt tmll.- li,...
Malone beat Jllll 10 lo 113 at bulk line lust
ri If-, lit .
.. Atlltl eTl-lre M..l!l. ..-
. -' ... 1 --.-... v .,Tfc till. .TIA U
longs Klmberlv won. John Cowan, sec-
w..;., ..u.n....,u, ........ l iiiiu, 4.1.
Second race Plve furlongs. Clateway
tJiSp. "o-i: ' ' swo"rl- -hana Hoj, third.
..'r.'!lr'! race Kiev en-slxteenths of a mile,
thi d' Tl""::i i" r s'11, 'econ,. Uenlson,
Poiirth laJe--Plve furlongs. jm Head
ci07: Il':l,,J"'m' -"-conili Helen Wren, third.
rifth t.uc Nlin- furlonpr. Our Macirlo
thi?! r,.iienJ- t--onJ: Tre-55'"
Ann rliiin Club Itiill,
The Amerlcnn Club rolled on the liruns-
wlck ule s Jtsteuluv with tlio following
Strikes. Spares. Total
Sevtnour . 2
Dudley , i
I he IMiteiilv li
The Phoenix How ling Cluh rolled on the
Royal allejs, yesterday, with following ie
Shane 5 )2 411
Silverman ; 4t-,
V'-1!" 1 1- 4"2
J. Ikier .-, t; ;,xl
;'"' ", 3 s 331
Lowensteln t; o jai
L. U.ier 6 3js
Ml lug Club Hull.
The Viking Club rolled on iho Grand al
ios jislcrda, Tho scote-
iitluu i lliiltirli 11 in lull,
nttiwa, Kas.. April 23 -(Special.) The
Ottavvi university biseball team his re
tuineil train Hmporla, hiving won two
games bv the scores of S to 4 and 7 to 4
lespeotlvelj Umporli will pi iv a it turn
game hete Mnv t. antl will piobably show
up belter bv that time than they did last
vvtek. Next Siluiday Ottawa goes to
Lawrence to play Knnsas university.
After .lliiiiule llirrj.
New York April 2J Jnt k Madden, w ho
got the decision irom John Connors lu a
iwentj-flve louml bout bcfoie tho Sui-
si.ie .viiuc'Lie i-iiiij at eouey island list
evening, to-d.ij Issued a i hallenge to any
liii pound man tor the banium champion
ship of Ann ilea. Ho as ho wants espe
cially to meet Jlminle Harry, tho Westem
rmplrci l.jiuli Hum lit slmit tl.
New- York, April 23. National I.eaguo
I'mplro Ljneli has nslgntd Tm Iluist,
nn Uaslttn I.eaguo umplie, will net lu his
place at this altenioem's gamn between
llrooklyn and New Yoik, nnd probably will
bo appnlntul to the place iiinilo vacant by
tho di nth of Umpire ilcCJuado.
I.ilill.ltl.iii Hall (jiiinet,
Houston, Tov., Apiil 23,-Houston, 4:
Port Woith, Tex , April 23 Port Worth.
4, hhrevipurt 3. Ulevni Innings. "url"'
Galveston, a ex., Aptll 23,-Galv tston, ID;
San Antonio, 2. '
Won lo 11 tic.
At tho llrunswlck bllllaid bnll jestenlay
lliln debated Ireland ut billlnnls by u
stoio of 150 to 120,
A alutililit lire nu,
Aioostook lttpiibllcmi: One night tho
pust winter a member of u. lumbei crew
at vvotk In the woods noilh of Port Kent
ill i, lined that he was using a saw tho
tietli of which were of a peculiar shape.
Tho druim made such an Imptessloii on
htm that as soon us possible lie procutt-il
a saw and had the teeth cut like those seen
lu his dieam To the great surprise of tho
dicamer as vvell as those who have since
seen It In operation, the suvv U of great
I'liuinil vutue. uttu it is usseriuci mat 111
tho same Imgih of tlnio one man can saw
moro wood with It than can ihreu men
with ordinary saws. One of Port Kent's
wealthy citizens has Intel estid himself In
this new invention, uitd Is said to bo pro
curing u patent for the Inventor ami him.
self, with the expectation of placing the
suu a on the market us soon us possible.
I'liliii li Hugs Near Imli n iitlt me, Kim,
Independence. Kas,, April 23. (Special.)
Parm.rs lu this vicinity report that chinch
bugs hui appeared In the vvheut Held,
although no serious damage his been done
by Ihem Them is talk, pf istubllsulng a
chin h bug nutlon here, und it will prob.
ably be done, us (here Is none In this part
of the state.
Prompt relict In sick lituibiilir, dlzzlnett
nausea, constipation, pxlu m ihe slJe, guiraa
tea to tbott using Cnfi Utile UttilU
r, , .' "..set . .1 VP. U.ll.
I.ii-deicn ,. i, is r,3
Hawklrson s n xf!
Law son , S -, tOI
Pedoison 10 in ji,-
Nelsiin, A 1 n ti;
Nilson W 10 12 17ii
Swanstn 7 ji j;.!
Hob omb , o ft rr,
kelson, C ) i 4
CHANGES 1NTHE BY-LAWS.
Tin;v ni:ii:it 10 .Mt:Miu:ititif and
l:siAtll.s A M'.W CIIAMrlONMlHI-.
Aiinuiil Mirtlim of tlip Missouri 1 Is ti and
(lamp I'riitirtlie Assoi titlmi Com
mit lee Appoint id mid (lltlcrrs
Tlio nnnunl meetlnir of the Missouri
Stnto l'l'li ami tl.ilno Association was
held last cveiilnir In this city nt tho
Midland liolel. It vvns nti lmiortntit
tueelltig, for the reason Hint some 1m
orlntit clmnees were made In the by
laws and regulations rpgntdltiR tuetnber
ship nlid ilellhlni; tlio rlfthts of outsid
ers to enmptto In the ytntp shoots, tho
e'stulillshmctit of n new ehimploiislilp
for residents of the state under prevailing-
rules ntnl nppolntliiB n committee
lo nt once revise, nrrange nnd codify
the constitution nnd by-laws of the as
soclntlon. Itepieseiitntlvps of the O. K. Ottti Club,
tlio Stock Yards Outt Club, the Forest
ers., Helt Line. Kansas CII.V. of Knnsas
City, nnd the Metropolitan, of St. Joseph,
ami llto Hlchmoml, ot Hlchniund, wete
The meeting vvns presided over by
the piesldent, (leorge Schr.ider, nnd W.
. Hleger was In the secretitty's clmlr.
Pome changes In the by-laws regarding
membership were Introduced by Judge
Oulnotte nnd iidoiteil. Thpy proltle
for tho reduction of tlip nmut'il metnbpr.
ship fee nnd nscmcnt ot only t" In
stead of J10, as Is now- the rule. There
was nlo it provision for the election of
Individual membeis In nn associate
capacity It they live nt places where
there Is no club or nt places where the
club was not nlllllnted with the state or
ganization. The nssoclnte members are
to liny ns dues onu-litilf .is milch ns the
Aiintigemeiits were nNo made In the
amendments for the benellt of non-resident
members who wish to tnke part In
the slate shoots. They can be admitted
to the state shoots when mnde members
of sonio club that Is In the state ot
Rnnbatlon and can tnke pirt In nil of
the contests save the Individual state
The nssoclatlon nlso decided to estab
lish a new Individual championship for
twenty birds under prevailing iules, to
which only residents of the state ate to
be eligible This Is something over
which then- was much interest mani
fested and It Is a trophy for which theio
Is to be some pretty contests.
Another chainplotishln vvns estab
lished for the entire Southwest, nnd Is to
be known as the Intel stute champion
ship, open to non-professionals of the
states of Missouri, Kansas, Iowa, JN'e
brnskn, Texas, Arkansas, Indian Tor
litory. A suitable trophy Is to be pre
paid! fur this championship.
It was de filed to revise, arrange and
codify the liv-l.iws of the association,
nnd it committee was npKilnted for that
put prise, consisting of Judge J 12 Gull-otto.
C, 11 WaldPii, W. S. Hnllivvell,
D. C, Ptockwell and James Whitfield.
OIUcpis for the coming year were
elected ns follows President. C5. V".
Wnlden, Stock Yauls Club; vice presi
dent. V. K. Hoover. Poresteis' Club,
eoi responding secretary, J. H. Durkee,
Kansas CItv Club: recording secretary.
Vi". K. 12verlnghnm, O. K. Club; treasur
ci, George Kneir, Helt Line Club.
The Pnlted States government chemist,
nfter nn examination for the Indian de
partment, made the emphatic statement
mat -ine Jtov.u Halting rovvder is the
purest In iiualll) mil highest In strength
of any baking powder of whlth I have
I'KASllNC, AHONCS s..VA;i;S.
llestrlpllon of a lliuitpit t Aiuoug the Ju
tll.iiis u( Itrltish CiiIuiiiIjI.i.
"I had the pleasure of being invited on
one occasion to attend a banquet In British
Columbia, ' said Ur Fruni Uj.iz. "Jtwas a
purees aooriBlnal enttriainment The ttust
vvas niven bj a native chlcl, ami thc-te vvas
no lack ot stjle abou ll, aecurdin to
the usages ot the natives.
'Ihe piece ue its'lstance was a seal
bolltd wnole In a great wooden kettle, Into
whlth ledhut stouts win put W hen It was
judged to be sullte.enlly dunt, It was taken
out, .mil the skin was nmoved with the
adhering blubbir In a splial strlfi. 'Ihe
guests tat In a tittle, the host taking hold
u one i ml ol the snip, while the latter,
being of considerable length, was extended
completely around the clicle, s0 that each
pel sou held a put of ll. 'ihe- host tlun
made ,t lung speech, main!) devoted to
selt-glurilitnnon, lu whlth hu spoke of ihu
magmUtente ut the least he was about to
give, ol his own high rank and icnown,
etc. At the eoncluslon of his address
oven body proceeded to attack with his
teeth the part of the strip of blubber
which he held.
"l'he setond course consisted of Hat cakes
made of dried berries. 'I hese were put Into
a kettle-, soaked in water and mixed with
rancid ilsh oil. Kveijone having been
helped to the mlxluie, the host took a
great ladle of horn. Illicit it with the suun
troin the kettle and directed a inesseiigt r
to cans the 1 idle and contints to a. chief,
whusi name he tailed out at the same
time lu a loud ulie. This compliment
was a gnat honor, mid the letipicut was
expected to empty the lidli, which held a
couple uf iiunis, al a diaught
' un such an occasion a compliment of
the kind ma be extended to sivcral of tho
guests In sunessljn. A ladlt ot the sort I
tlestribe Is made of the gnat hoiu of the
mount iln sin i p. which is In it. .1 mid
shaped In a moll Thtie are nivti- moie
than two lour'is and theie Is always
moie or lts singing lm lib ntnl to the it
past These Indians also t it takes, of dried
seaweed-, which are Utlled so us to make
a glutinous soup, with an admixture or ull.
They put llsh oil into everj thing. They
ktep the oil In bottles of a leiunrkabls
kind, which are nothing moro nor less than
the hollow stems ol the lant kelp. Tho
stuns of these oi i an plants, forty feet or
more, pirhaps, in length, are tilled with oil
and coiled like so muili rope They servo
admirably for the purpose, holding a great
"Thi'so Indians also gather Immense
annuities of dims nnd cockles, drjlng
thu meets and threading them un strings
of ci dar bark Their forks are made by
tying together half a iliuen seal ribs to as
to leave M...O. h between. Thus a curved
fork about eight Inches long and six Inches
wide Is mane. 'Jiniir teem scrvu me pur
poses of knives. Their dishes are of wood.
"A favorite shape for them Is that of a
canoe, the person who receives a canoe,
shaped plate ot me it or what not being
considered to le received a canoe load of
rood merely in a figurative mid enmpll
ment.uy sense, ot course," Washington
A Ut turn In I'orilgu 'liingiin.
The editor of tho Chap Hook's "Notes"
indulges In the following facellousness:
"There was once a marvelous time when
nil men uf letters wrote not only tlalr own
language, but L.uin also. 1 believe men
of letter still know Latin, but they wrlto
oul) llnglish 'this Is unfortunate, even
though ll be good L'ngllsh. Par joung men
possessing a sljlo aie invilutt nowadavs,
and the mere fact ot writing Hngllsh Is no
longer a distinction. A return to bilingual
iiuvs is inewtauie. nui tne escape is not
to be to the i lassies.
"When Mi. tivvlnhurne fills half his latest
volume with tssavb wiltten lu l'rench (the
Ac.idem s.i)s in belter stvle than tho
Lngllsh half), and when .Mr. iKorgo Moore
prims In the Pall Mall Iludget a love song
In the sumo forelun tongue, one cannot
doubt that our gifted minor poets, novelists
and ciitlis. will toon follow their example.
I have long tealUtd that for the modern
voung man reading works written In tho
l'rench language! was the ono essential
pn-paraiion lor w ruing i.nsnsn nooks,
w'hv may wo not see a reversal of this
"Tho gain from having all our books
u I Uttu in a foreign language may not bo
manifest, At least, however. If tho public,
can be kept In a ptoper stale uf Illiteracy
no may anticipate that tho translator, now
a muili ilown-nodileii creature, will wax
un unu meriy, una is presumably the
Cuptiiiu lleIil.ergcr Appointed.
Washington April S3.-(SpeclaI.) Captain
George Hesslebeiger, of l.cavei. worth, was
tp-day appointed captain or tho watch ut
tho bureau of engraving and printing. Cap.
lain HcssItbergeT Is an old-time Kunsin
und rorty jears ago served In a slate con.
ventlon In Kentuciy with Secretary Car.
Italu Nceile.l lur Hie (Iiiiu h Jiuga,
Pllttburg, Kas., April 2J. (Special.)
Tarmets report that chinch bugs ato .
Juilng the. wheat, and If a heavy rain does
not soon drown them out tho bright pros
peet of a crop of a few daja ago will be
Somclhliig Abont the "tins Iteenn," nnd
tlncn Pniiiiins Pitt hers Jtow Itnrrty
rrom Ihe Philadelphia lVeM.
t. i .P father was a boy" the pitcher
Ii. .?;.. tnc oll 'u nrm snliic, resembling ns
. .ceil as nnything Ihe motion that is ued
W, lers when they deliver the bill,
"'"bfe, to say, it was possibly for the
'".''. .I'l'chfM to put considerable P'l
'n, their delivery with this motion, and
u'bt""sln". now so well known by rea
son of his connection with athletic sports,
was one of the most sucterul pitchers m
the Pnlted Stiles nt this sijle of delivery.
It would sound strange novvadnjs to hear
A. 'I. Spalding referred to nt "thp hov- with
the Iron nrm nn.t th phlIa m i.ut lhfti
Is what they called him In Illinois In the
dies of his prosperity ns n bill pla)er,
while In Hoton, prior to that time, he
was pilled the king, as Clarkson was
called later on under Spalding.
As early n 1576 thoe who were sponsors
for the national game had In mind the
curbing of the talent dlplaed by the
pitcher, and the disposition to embarrass
the pitcher In these Inter diys may be
said to be nn honest legacy. The rules of
lstil provided for a box six feet square,
from whlth the pitcher vvns to deliver the
bill with the arm swinging nearly per
penillctll.ir at the side of the boJy. and
the nrm In being swung forwird had lo
piss uelovv the line ot the hip. This was
designed to prevent ovprhnnd pitching, but
It often failed of Its object. The pitchers
vvoiill throw the ball with a fat Jerk
whenever they thought the umpire's ntlPtt
lion was attracted the other way. nnd
then, ns now, tlm captain of the other side
would register his complaint with the um
pire Some of the pitchers became so pro.
Ilclent that It vvns dllllcult to tell positively
whether their hands went below the hip.
Just on a llnp with the hip or n little abovo
the bin. However, if It lookpd ns though
thp rule were violated, some ono would be
sure to call out, "Make htm get his arm
down, Mr. Pmplre."
inn tmnoiis pucners oi i3.n were. i n.
Spalding. W. A. Cummlngs. "Hobble" Mnt
thews and George Washington llradley
Spalding was a member of the Chicago
team and It won the pcinint in plte ot
the rnct tint he could not pitch a curve
ami was obliged to rely altogether upon a
straight arm delivery It was not consid
ered necesary In those days to carry more
than one pitcher with a trim. Arthur Cum
tilings was a member of the Ilnrtfords. He
could pitch a curve bill, and is said to no
the only pitcher who ever lived who was
nble to curve n bill with the old-fashioned
strilght nrm delivery. He used a Peculiar
motion of the wrist that "put Lngllsh on
the bill. The star pitcher of the seaon,
so far ns bis record was concerned, was
George Washington lltatlley. He was a
member of the St Louis team. "Hobble
Matthews was with the MutuiiK of ,Cw
York. Tom Hond first appeared profession
ally In this scaon. i,.i,ii
In 1S77 Tomtnv Pond nnd AMI! While
Joined forces with the Hostons. Hond be
gan to Improve from that time, nnd by an
other enr the bittery of Hond and Snv
der began to be famous. George Washing
ton Hradley went to the Chlcigos, and
L.ukln, a member of the ILirtfonls, had
his name printed In all the Illustrated pub
lications of the day a- the crack pitcher of
the leigtie. , , ,.
In 1S7S one of ihe watchwords among the
ctanks was the "Onlv Nolan." He was a
member of the Indlnnnpouo tenn of that
year, and one ot the most piomlnent of
the proreslonal pitchers John W nrd first
saw the inside of a professional ball Held
In this jenr. lie was signed bv the ProW.
dence team nfter the beginning ot the
season, mid before the venr was over he
had pitched himself into prominence as the
star pitcher of the organization. The
statistics nt the end of the jeai- showed
that the percentage of base hits on his
pitching was but .233. However, the Hos
tons won the pennant
In 1S79 George Wright was manager of
the Providence team, mid it won the pen
nant. W'nrd was the star pitcher of the
team mid tne star oi tne league, jiumi
was still with the Hostons, but ho seemed
to have lost some of bis cunning. Larkln,
of Hartford fame, hail been transferred to
Chicago, where he still did good work, but
Chit ago wis not strong enough In other
depirtments of the tenm Cincinnati both
ered with "Spectacles" Will White and
JlrVej. . ..
Cleveland had the coming star or the
rlt..t,lnr- tenrtrl tllthoiiell not tO Well
known at that time. In the pet son ot Mc
Cormlck, the llrst truly wonderful pitcher
to nppeir on the diamond, as It was after
wards proved. Galvln was with the HufTn
los and George Washington Hradlej still
remained in tho game us a member ot the
Troy team. , , ,
In iwi the pennant was bick to Chicago,
and with It considerable notoriety for Cor
coran anil Goldsmith, the pltchei,nlthoiigh
It was generally conceded nt the time that
Chicago won the pennant because ot all
around strength. "Mlcke" Welch flashed
on the basilnll arena as a pitcher for
Trov and foi the llrst time In Its hlstnrv
the league -tirted n llrst-elass sensation
over the prowess of 1 lift-handed pitcher,
who was none other than Lee Hlchmoml,
nf thn w-nreesters lie was a terror to the
battels for the brief time that he lasted In
In 1S.S1 Corcoran and Goldsmith, aided by
the mngnlllient batters that the Chlcagos
had under contract, were igaln too mm li
for the remainder of the Le igue. Galvln
was the hero ot Huffalo ami pitched ball
then ns be did for tho next ten ears
Cleveland swore by MiCoimlck and trusted
to "Hlondle" Puicell to help him out now
and then through the season, lt.idbouin s
star had dawned In Providence, anl Hond
was still hanging on at lioston. The
pitcher, however, was beginning to attract
too much attention, and lie was pi iced
luck to a distance of fifty feet Insti.td of
foity-llve feet, and his pitching position
vvas confined to n box six feet by four, in
stead of six feet square- Itidbouin was
the star of the car, so far as iccords
Chicago captured the pennant agiln In
1SS2 with the same old pitchers Corcoran
once more led the League. In 1SS3 Chicago
was vanquished, and great was the con
sternation In the W'tst. lioston won the
pennant witn vvnitij ,uu ninunKiuii .-
the pitchers. Tho fame of Ilutllngton's drop
lull traveled from one end of the countiy
to the othtr, and hundreds of people went
miles to see tho Hostons pliy In order that
thev- might see what a "drop" looked like
It vvas an lnno-vntlon In pnuessional pitch
ing New York vvns In the League tms
ve.ir. and Ward was transferred fium
l'rov Idem e to New York.
Great vvns Prpvldence In 1SSI, and Rad
boutn's line woik tarried the team on to
llrst place and he was ably assisted by
.Siveemy, tho man with phenomin.il speed,
lloth lioston ami Chicago were turlous at
tho loss of the pennant.
In 1SS5 John O. Clarkson became a mem
ber of the Chicago club, nnd from that dnto
until 1S.I1 theie was not a pitcher In tho
I.eigUtl WHO exceilt'U llllll. till.l i.t.iiiauiy
not one who was his equal for eveii- day
work. Ho was called trulv and rightly
tho "king of pitchers." He vvas trans,
firred to the lioston club In 1SS? for tho
sum of Jin.ixio. ....
While Clarkson was prominent In the
lengue there wero other pitchers who were
belter than ordinary. Keefe of the Tn'ow
Yorks was ono of the greatest generals
who ever stepped Into tho pitcher's box,
Gnteln of Detroit was tho wonder of 1SS7,
O'llrlen of Cleveland Hashed like n meteor
across the sky In 1&S9. and for the brief
time that he served In the National League
was a wanner
In later jears. notably In 191. tho three
most brilliant nitcheis who have comnto
the fore nro HueIp, Young and Meekln,
Uiislo Is with New York and Meekln,. start-
Ing In with Louisville, nns unaiiy rencneu
New York. Young Is Hill with Cleveland,
where he has been since he came Into the
National League, KHIen of Pittsburg and
llrelteiisteln of St. Louis are men with
lino reputations, nnJ quite equal to Meek
In None of the three, however, has pitch
ed with tho same steady success thai has
characterized both Itusle and Young.
.Strange to say, both the latter pitchers be
gan their career In Cleveland,
Late In tho 'SOs the League gave up try
ing to light Iho pitchers who wanted to
deliver the ball with a swift overhand
motion, and tho Hitching rules were so
amended that tho pitcher could throw or
Pitch the ball ns suite his fancy. It was
found useless trslng contend agalnsi
Ihe advances of tho r Pher, nnd In order
to even matters as m h as possible, the
nuutbetr of balls entlll K a batter to llrst
base was reduced, TI pitcher has been
moved back to a point lxty feet from tho
homo plate, and must stund on a small
rubber square tvventy.four Inches by six,
fiom which to deliver the ball It Is the
nearest approach to the old-fashioned bat
ting game that the public has seen slnco
the Hist curve was pitched.
It Is all different, however, from thn tlmn
that "father and grandfather plajed on the
Snilthvlllo nine," and It Is no wonder that
the game appears to be all changed
OITtreitll New I'miltliill.
Atchison, Kas., April 23. (Special.) Y.
II Ilrooks, chief disiMteherof the Missouri
Pacllla at Atchison, has been offered a sim
ilar position with the Mexican National
load In the City of Mexico. Ho will leavo
for that placo this week on a leave of ub.
tence granted him by tho Missouri Pacitla
and may accept the offer,
Soldiers' Iteuiiltin ut Pur.iun.
Parsons, Kas., April 23. (Special.) At a
mass meeting of citizens to-night It was
decided to hold a grand reunion of old sol
diers and settlers In this city from August
17 to 21.
Ppver, Hel., April 23. The USth ballot for
a United fatates senator was taken to-day
Without result. TIih nlet llli.rc-lnK R. A,l
9;'TuilfL"ey' 3i I'nnw4U i "Wscly, I
FEARED MIGHTY CAESAR,
urANor.t.tsT .vit.wtTo.v tki.t.s wnt
I'll-ITK Slltlll'.MIPItPIl CllltlST.
Would Not lie (lul.lcd by Ills Wife's Ait-
tlee llerimie He Was Afrnlil Ho
Ho Would lavep Ills lllllre-t'llilil
mid Politicians benred.
Pully 4,500 people were In Iho Armory last
night and listened lo llvnngellst W'hnrlon's
discourse. The Interest manifested
throughout Ihe vast nuillcnce was remark
able. The windows nnd crossbeams of the
grrnl building were covered with people
wherever there was room for one lo nnd
a foothold. On tho outside ot the building,
the strpcls were filled with people anxious
to we some part of all the great excitement
about religion. A lengthy song service be
gan the opening of the services during
which many old familhr revlvnf hymns
were sung by a choir of 3u) voices, aided
by the entire congregation.
The evangelist look for his text, Mathew
x.xv 11.22, "What shall 1 do with Jesti-.
which Is called the Christ?" Tho words
ot ihe text were those tped by Pilate when
ne- ueinercti Jesus lo the Jews to be cru-
iintier tne power or. Caesar at Home, ho
wmi! i .11. . i no V.0"1'1 ,l0. 'omt-lhlnR that
won d displease the pcop c ond thnt thev
,1p riVi... ''V's'l.il po-lllon. The peo.
IHO Saill tll.lt .Iptttla r.n,,.A.1 .......... . I -..
,.., ,,,!.. . r ...u-,c.. iii-iii i t'eiuuu
,.u'nreim1' "".""o dlsobejei the coiit.
7ni,s 0.fie-'!ls "lfe tlal(l l.vnhBPllst Whar.
on. "When a man does thai he genera lv-
ifraltl in nffni.i .L "" "".was innt he w.n
IhlVH !,e Iffiffl for frPu nrve'r,!;)?rH,:,,!,,f5
meVt.'""10 " cnt aB'n' '-Is beTtcr juds"
bei,ra5.:,oVRe.,h9f li61'1,'0'1 "1C sln'- O' tho
hovv iheV,?i f." :","!- - .9a
o say ne does not i,iinJ."', ":'.. u'oi
nut it t., r .. -. ."...c-... .j. inn it
I'njolence'.how ,1,07, "tw.flcV ne''anii
Commercial club of this cin- r,!1"1 l1'9
spent much of their clnTo in'svvnrl.fcr "nJl
tiling away time which could be snent
deasu're3' a"y 0t"Cr nay t0 J--
""s """, 5u mat ptajers through
wrath."S etelnl,y " ""e'lJ subdue Ills
He told the story of the mother who In
save her d uighter bimied lie? 'face t'd
hi " frlKlitriilly distlgure.l for life
i1"!!'"1',10 daughter grew up to bo a
very beautiful woman. One day while tho
m'"er and .laughter, with others, were
i iLni i" i'.m ".""V10" ,,oat- tne daughter
denied knowing her own mother because
she vvas with a joung gentleman who mado
.1 remark about the woman being a hid
eous old thing and wondere.l who she was
nnd how she came to be on the boat, lie
told .the story of the little granddaughter
or an old Judge who was a man of tho
world, and did not know nnvthlng of te
nsion "he little child climbed upon her
grandfither's knee, and putting her nrms
around his neck, aketl him. "If she trulv
loved her Jesus and would trust Illm It
thnt would make her converted," and the
old Judge, with tears In his tjes. said h
did not know. The question nf the little
one lid to the Judge's conversion.
ire told a stni,v of n man who tried to
drown his old watch dog after h" hail be.
eome too old to be useful While out In tho
lake Irving to drown the dog he lifted nn
oar to hit him on thi henl mid In so doing,
the mm fell overboard ind would liuvn
been drowned had not It been that tho dog
took him snfelv to land After that tho
dog was tieated with the greatest respect,
eating the mne food ns his master ns long
as he lived The stories all hud a practi
cal bearing and wete given as Illustrations.
It does not appear that any baking povv.
der, when presented 111 competition with
the Hojnl, cither at the government tests
or before world's fair Juiles, has ever re
reived favor or award over the Hojal or
imils nu equal showing lu purity, sttctiBth
Tho UplioUterer'H Ibirdunre.
Hardware: No one Is more particular In
he choice of hard vvnro for his use thnn
the carpet upholsterer The teeth of his
carpet stretcher nre of finely tempered
steel, well pointed, nnd the handle or push
strong and stout, mule of well seasoned
oak or other wood, the utmost care being
taken to have u pf the proper length, so
that the knee, ngijlnst which the stretcher
rests, can bo used free y. The In miner li
well fashioned, the face hl.,n.,lL'!.V.1.iir.
ll!?mc..?r' i".'' lt',,K.1.1.1 MnK. ""'si Iso Tho
nut, unit.- siieiniy given way to what Is
c,WpetV m 'h la'"ff Jo" t
Liquors fur Ivllu. is.
Shipped dally In secure packages bv
GI20UG12 I2YSS11LL. Druggist
Opposite waiting room, Union depot.
.. . L... .. . "- - ,,.
London Standard: The military salute re.
quired In almost ull civilized com! ries Is
nearly ihu same. Perhaps in elermany
however, the regulations aie tomevihiif
more stringent. A soldier on meeting tho
emperor has to stand still, face alio t and
remain with hands raised for from twelva
to tw'etuy paces befote his majesty on?
tiroaches and for the saina distance -after
ho has passed. In Helglum un olllccr has
to do the tame thing for the king and s lib.
alterns for generals, though ten paces on y
are required for tho Inter case. Soldiers
carping ans thing so that their hands ar.1
quite occupied, saluto with their esi'j
.cv.,ul. . tim t'visuii eoiiiiug aid go ng.
French olllcers raise their caps to each
other, but thp pi vates do as (he prlv-ates
in other armies do. ' " "
la a common complaint at this season
t ?, duo, to Impoverished blood. Let
the blood be puiiiled and cntiched wltli
And that tlied feeling will disappear Bv
making; pure blood Hood's Sarsaparilla
prevents aad cures disease.. a7y Jt,
h hi.01,1;1". ,"nlc l""1 'lebalcd lonir
tVin. '."'n.'f n,,0,t" nW I'" should do with
"l!,"ln had found to be a Just
man, but lielllc- :l mitn In ,1..l..i,t ....,"
Vlllieill U ill LIT
s.'.titiuit among tile l.ennln ltc ,,,l,,.-
i?t i , ,U1S KI"B of 'ho Jews and that
,l,,,kllK,""n.!,h01"'1 Jetroy nil others.
Pilate believed if this report of Jesus' "ny
pVe2 "clr, b""'Sht by the people to tho
i.r, l "-n"""!' th.it his olllce would b"
endangered and that he umii.i in. V,i ,"!
nt l.li .. If. i. 1 '"I eiisunejs tne counsel
?,, h ,. i . .no. doe, ""' "cl "I" not bo
to his best intetests. And In the one hun.
thp" 'ife'l, lLVtt Kt'V''"li Ve'fouml "
vviro V,niisin?t n K0!J "oiiiiin. Pilate's
vi,.m i'J,lllm not t0 deliver the Must
!n-Lf.lE.'Vl'e1o0,ol,ll.,.l,wPheoti KZ ?, '"
the saloons of the citv "er nTirecl,e'' how
TZ .aw? E&&&S!Si
gallon for doings,1 ou, "om "'e congre-
- .e o un iiii fniiiin ii.. .:-"
1 1 1 1 ll lt for a pnnopi.i:
svve.ed the qti'est'ion"0.,, "eff". 2 i'
snark nr'ir,'..!. .'! lV. JM . ont crful vital
fl.i,..!li,e1k,nB of "1C sinner who alwavs
lelive,! i coming to Chtlst, he i said"
hilS?.,."? ."" 7'- t I"'"?! their
t -- vi uei villi (ill v t et ii li i
mouth by Ihe tongue, so that tho head
Is presented, the profession!! carpet laser
earning this article now hoe else, and thu?
the nvvkwunl methods nf n. r,,;i U.-v'"3
. .-. in ,i-uiuiy iiiunitiui.itp,! in tl,..