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TlTfl KANSAS CTTY JOURNAL. THURSDAY, MAY U, 1895.
SAME THING OVER AGAIN,
Mlt.l.l'.lto II ll NO 1)11 I ICTt-TV IN WI.V
MM) I MIDI I III: III. I l.s.
Tin y 'I rrntnl MlittMn "-nun- of Id inie
Mi-illrhie Tin) . II inli U and
Hustings Vl.iii.ilug Looking fur
I'laji r "-porting .N..
M tn capoll-, Minn . May S -(Special.)
i' ti tii! mn went down bcfutp the Milt-
fi train to-day and th hrfw team" still
h t uiibrohm record. Healy, the
I I i'trrnor, proved a pnrr.lr- for the
i . for "ftinil innln and when they
1- .iii to find him. thi lortlr had ob
i n l i Iiml loo strong to be overcome.
Manning's tnpti tn-ked Ih" sinner which
ti i i j cnnriirtprlre his AKKtrXAtlon. A
c .n I mllon of wild mot in the fifth
Mlt. Mlnnrnpolht four ruin, to which she
luifl lio 'Ulm on earth ncrpt that of pot
is Vi m L'otmaun-hlon's play at chert, Xnf
tr ts t third and Btrn' thrilling catch
of .i foul fly when he slipped and fell on
the I .its In front of the Minneapolis' bench
vv.re toe redeeming features of the visit
or j, ime.
i'l.t- season was opened with hnrrah
ah J the grand stand and bleachers were
t 'i p ii Ked, fully 4,llu people being on
tin f,ru nidi. Previous to the (tame, the
tvv i t. atn, with the major and clt ulll-
c.il- 'l . .irria((i-f, para led the streets for
nil hour, and ul 1 o i lock the teams lined
i) u me plate before .Major Pratt and
1 11 I i Handj Miliermutl The major
m.i . i -lenh mid pltthe-d the flrt bull
our ttn plate. JIulen stru. k at It nnd
in ' but StnltA who su.Teeded the lna.
o. w i- wild. iiuU'ii tnklnt, Hist on liulls.
Jhe run get ting began In tlie second, when
J. 11 ha for two bases and Klie'hilp fol
Jovvc I with ft home run. I'lom that on It
wa a slugging match, with the odds in
fav or jf the locals.
per Jlanlon, of Ihe Hnltlmorf club,
whereby he secures "Itlg Dan' drouth"
ers. who will phi) first bit for the Col
onel. ntlonat 1 1 iriio -1 n ml I n lt-
......11 4 ;r.
Pittsburg ........ .
Hllmre .,.,. fi
New Vorlt ..
St txnils ....
, ah, n. in. sn. po, a. e.
Ilulen & s 4 i 2 t o
S'r.vi'i r f 0 14 2 10 0
Wir im lb 5 i j 2 i; 2 0
1"'J'- '. t r, 2 3 n 0 0
- "N t i a 2 n r. o o
Jw in 3b 6 2 .'I 0 0 .1 0
AS.rn k. lb I 2 2 0 0 10
Wilson, c B ii 1 (i 2 I 1
U ai P J 0 1 u u 3 0
Totals 4K Tc 20 "1 2T 20 I
, , All. It. ID. SIJ. 10. A. n
Hernon, 1 f s o 1 o l i a
c'ontin ifchton, s I 2 2 0 0 7 (I
Nirhiil f 3 ii 2 (I 3 1 1
Klusmin. lb.. . .4 3 3 0 Iti 0 n
Mminlm,'. 2b I 12 0 12 1
IjerKi-n, i. 3 2 2 0 4 10
Jtiipert r. f I 1 0 0 0 1 0
duress 3b I 1 1 0 2 3 0
fatultz, p 4 0 10 0 2 1
I0nU, ',-. 33 To l 0 27 IS 1
Si on bv Innings:
Mlnnt jpt)ll n 2 .1 2 4 1 " 1 3 n
Kjin'sii City 0 0 10 0 3 2 0 210
l.irned luns Mlmicaiiolls, 11;- Kanai
llllltlll, I III (, I null., 7,
St. l.ouN Mo., May f -The llrdWii hid
the gatne fairly won, hn Khret Uas In
iiired nt the but In thp eventh. which put
Hreltensteln In the box. Th litter was so
wild that the lleati-e.iter not tn rims
off hl dellrv In th eluhth. which gfte
theni a wlnnin lend t'p 40 the time of his
retirement llhrer nltrhed n nerfect baiii
nnd was well supporlel. Attendnnoe. JCtf.
. . "" !
St tiuls 1 2 0 0 2 0 0 1 1 7 ! r.
rioton 2O0 0O017 olo 11 7
natterlesSt I.otil. Khret. Tlre'tetiteln
and Veltr.; Ilostoti, Warner, Sullivan and
I'lltsliitri:, Hi llrrnkl 11. I,
I'lttsburp, I'n , May S llnwley beat anv
record cer madn by a pitcher by his wnik
In to-day' enme. lie plnjeil thp whole
pnnie himself He pitched In Kood form,
knocked in four runs, nuulo three himself
and illdwl out of sleht, maklnc five n-
il. II rillhpd dlirllitf Inp ttnlit. nn I Mint
kept Hie attendance down to 1,6") Score
llttliiire: .. . n I 0 1 0 .1 1 n 1 12 2
isrookljn (10002000 2 I 7 3
Il.itterles Plttbur?. Itawlev and Kins
low; Hrooklyn, Dant nnd Grim.
l'lilbidilpblii, 11: I. mil. i lllr, II.
LoulsMlle Ky, Mav 8 -The Phillies de
feated the home team to-dn in n ny in
terestltiK came. Knell wn ery effeellve
for slv ItmlnRs and then let down. Two
home runs pne the Quakers live of the
run. The bitting of tlnllmnn, Thomp
on nnd McClnnn was a feature. Attend
ance, 1,500. Scoto:
It II. K.
T.ntilsillle 2 1 0 n 0 .". 0 n (V-fl u 2
Philadelphia .00103221 n It 2
llatteries Philadelphia, M.nill.iml lluclt
ley; Louisville. Knell nnd Z.ahncr.
Two base hits I.allv, 2.
Home rum. ICuohn'e, Werrlck. niirn-,
Straus-.. 2. UVrdcn, Hulen. Klusman, Con
liauMiton. llerKcn. Nnttiess, Nichols
double nl-ns Werrlck to Hulen to'Wer
clcn Heal) to Wuden to Wllon Kuehne
to WciNlui to Wen Ick to Ilulen, Hernon to
llai's on Imlls Off Healv. 4; off Htultz, 4.
H t ty pit. hed lull-liy Stultz. 1
Mtu k 0111-Hv Healy, 1, by Stultz, 1.
Pnssul ball licrgen
Wild pit. he llfHlv, 1, Stultz. 2.
I'lr-a on errors -.Minneapolis, 1
l.efi on b.-i'i". Minneapolis, I; Kansas
Attendance I 01
Time of cimc -: f(i
MANNING IYiAYGET HATFIELD.
'Jile K:ini.iT. Cltj MumiKi-r Is Ilidni; Etrrj-
I hi 111.- I hat Can Hi. Ilonit in
-ln iitlM-n tbellliicH.
rollonera of the Iilues must not Imafrlne
that while tlie turn is lobln;; names Man
ager JIannlns is dolni,- no thine to
strenj?then the weak spots and et the
team in shape to so to the fiont. Mannlnp
spent 11 ereat deal of time, latior nnd
money getting the present team together
and he 1 bought he had one which would
hoil us own in the Western l.e.isue fiom
the Mart. TI10 llrst half dozen Kaincs hae
deelopid the fact that Ihe uam must
bt ma-enal!) btienKthencd In order to cope
me s-,fu!l) with the other teams of tha
league and Manning has gone right to
Work to do It.
II in 1 '. up bis mind park In ibe .-iniinn
I irgo ut third base was absolutely
"""I .aiLij.-. nub none lairiy
tltltl. hilt .Lf III., Vl.lt h. hnu l.nan
ftl .1 .ttlil VVhil !nnii.,,T tlil .i.tH, ..
. . -, ----..... .. b)i,i, .Minna
1 In ti making of n good ..iir in him
ti .' jt ulforrt to lohe ijuiii while d-111-
Mm Une weak m nt In a team
11 inf all the other player. Man-
1 i r,a l. n after Ile or slj, thlid bace
" " 1 I" 1 ow hu 11 futr 1 haniiB of limit.
r 1 kiiiK good one. e has been ne.
i.t. wlih Manager Mc("4okey. of
for th release of (ill IlatlleUl,
.ti. d such great ball foi Toledo last
ml MiClOKkty has coiiscmtd to let
' ome to Khiibuh Cltj on condition!.
V U'1 Manning will gladly
I' Will be UllOll ni'Uk tlP tha fon.
K.r 1- city if the) hear In a day or
ta llatlkld has hlgnud with the
Clilc.icn, Ml WilshlllKti.il, I.
Chicago. 111., May The Anonltcs made
it three sttalKht from tlie Senators to
day. 1-or t-escn Innings It was ati) body's
game, the visitors hn lug one to the good
In the eighth the Colts took on a streak
of hard hitting, which, with a couple of
errors, netted six runs. Attendance, 2,&r0.
fhictgo 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 C n s 12 3
Washington 0 2 0 0 0 10 1 rv 4 7 4
Hatterles Chicago, Stratton and Moran:
Washington, McGuire and Stoekdale.
ll.iltllnore, li; ( li-irliind, .
Cle eland. O.. Ma S Two games were
scheduled beie to-diy. Iiut only one was
finished, rain stopping the second nt the
end of the second Inning. i:per was 11
PU7Zlf to the Ciei elands, as usual, while
Jioung was batted pri tty freely by the
Orioles. Attendance, 2,300 Scole:
Cleveland 0 1 0 0 0 0 n 1 n 2 11 l"
iJ-iiumoie .. .10302000 00 11 2
Hatterles Iialtlmoie, lper and ltoliln
son, Cle eland, loung and O'Connor.
Ing. llelle of Ihe West won. Siy When
sneond: Condinior MiSnetnci, third
Pourlli ra. -It.indlr-tp; Ihlrtepn-slx-tnentlis
of a mile Hagl.- Illrd won, St ire
kjper, seconl, J'ranklc H, third Time,
I'lflh race Three-foiiih of ft mile; sell
In Itepubllc won, Proitrb. seiond, l'ow
hatta, thirl. Time, 1 a.
LEADERS FORTHE JONES MEDAL
W. I.. Krndrlik Is Ihe l.euler Willi ('. 1..
II. llirlili unit ('. I. Crlder lllghl
on Ills (It 1 Is,
Orcnt Interest Is lakn ftmon? bowlers la
the outcome of the contest for the hand
some medal offered by Prank .tones for
the best average made on the (Irand nllcji
this )fr b) any member of club rolling
on the alles in the tegular weekly club
rolls fnder the rults governing the com
petition for this troph) Ihe average will
be based on half the games rolled by each
bowler, so that n mnh wlil only nine to
count his twent)-s4x best ganne. Thus far
elahteen games have been tolled by nil the
chilis bowling on the tlrand and as that Is
one-third of Ihe cnr a fair Idea can be
obtained or how the race for the medal Is
going to terminate.
t'p to date the crack bow Its of the Owl
Howling Club have been setting a hot pace
and thtee of their number now stand nt
the head in the race, W I,. Kendrlck is
the lender, only a few pins ahead of C I..
Ucltarit h and lit, In turn, Is closely, fol
low cil by C, P. Crlder. Net comfs A.
Judnh, of the Kansas Cits. closel) fol
lowed b) thtee mote member of the Kan
sas Clt .Club, one of the Electrics and the
tenth man In the tace is another of the
Kntias Cltj. None of thes ten is out
of the raci by any tin an and there are
others who et have a chance to get In
sonn- big games and get to the front,
though fiom the form In which they arc
now bowling it seems altogether llkelv
that one of the Owls who are leading will
carry off the valuable prlit.
Tlie fieure tielnw ilmu thn niirni. rtf
the lending ten bowlers-Willi thtlr highest
Highest Score. Average.
W. tj Kendrlck flu-Is
C, 1. nelterlch. Owls
C. P. C'ridt, Owl
A. .ludnh, Kansas Clt)s....
T. C. Hell. Kansas Cltv .
II. H Curie). Kan.is Cltvs fl
C W. Ta.vlor, Kansas Cit.v.....W
ISd l.amliert, Knnn? Cltvs.. ..541
S Kverhart, Klectrlc do
W. Nichols, Kansas Cit) 337
-orl.. 111; 1 In, IniiMil, :i.
Cincinnati a, May S-New York's bit
ting and Phillips' bnvL-s on balls gave the
vlltois the game lioth shies fielded about
equally well, but the New York's hits
came In bunches and they won without a
stiugglc, thiough the inaiiilltv of the Itedi
to hit lltisle. Attendance, 3.7i). Score
Cincinnati ... 0 2 1 0 0 0 a 0 0 :i ii '
New- York ...2 (i 1 3 0 4 0 0 "10 in I
Hatterles New- York, Itu-ie and IMrrll.
Cincinnati. I'iillllps and Vaughn.
W stern . iiitiim (bums.
Lincoln, Ntb., May S.-I.lncoln, S;
Omaha. Neb., May t -Omaha, 1
ri 1. Hi
St Jo-epb, Mo., May S
lJiM Moines. la.. May S Des Moines,
St. Joseph, 12,
W hu I
II , tl
W I 11
1 g ts uUo workinu hard to build
I 1 hlrg deiiai-timnt of the team
It badly. Darby may be a
Mi but he i-annoi pitch in Kan-
Hit Munnlnir Iuik mink u i,ia
m 1 Hut r-frect, to he will libel) 5e re-
' ' ' to uinaba. The signing of Hilly
)i - n i help as Kling- nhowed up Wri
i a. , games he plaed wish ihe Blues
r 1 .11 I he Ik ambitious to tLh good
1 r ' .. "r"" vi''. ,l"-tause hu. home iB
1 r M 11 rina is tijing to get either Wll-
-t If.! a. from llnt.in and has a half
w-n ;i ;., of on, f t) ,. j, ,, a,
fir r .r ,thr i.iague pitcher and Is trying
0 1 v tl , r. lease of u promUdng joungster
r ., . ;Mri' l-Uoii. lit- baa a
f ," .' "'Hngb out and should land
in. . V".hhl fui,,15' vvlth another good
n , 1, , '.he Wldk ",'l at hlril made
a 1 ti t tMi- team would be In good Shane
utw w 1.1 win Its shaie of the game".
Ir.mling lien to l'l iy II ill.
Arm j. uH-nta for the man h gatin- of
II t JjXImbJthm ii.uk Siilin-ili.e 1,. ,.,.r.nn
rmlliw 111-11 at the C.iuro'poiis and
tho e a, ll. Mldliimi. were eoi,u,f,'i", "ft
. , "r"".'"1 . "I.e ,'rtlsing matter and
I 1 r- on to be ,ui out thin morning
.Vf"? ' l'l-t l' the tra 'inl
lii n f.i . njojineia and the enllio pio-
ilr. . .. C .1 S ."'.'," . .'! H'Ht
' I'leu.v ui un IOT llm.. 11 1,
j, j , ut to wline it Major Duvls Is to
Ii .ikrd to umpire the gam.- ., 1 ieier!."
?:!.' ,.n",ry1lrnn,L.,c,h",,em"" urt i- inil-
of M I.
N t r
St J . 1 h
- iiim I .11 the .Jul, from the CVn
' iV'.'e'., """."'" 1 While.
11- lleiiiv JUirinhoriit. of New
in. V .Mullli,.. of Ho.toi,; r. ii
' Nc W,rk. 1 :11s 11 i.'.k V.
lamea V I.eai h. of New v,'k
L." ' " "f.Aftron. II M MutJr.ljaSgli
,M,r., ' ,,,v ' r",-n' "" ,niiPKill to
a iu -it,. 01 inn i.'.'itn id 1 .1. .' ;
or Vv I.ea. It. '" ",B "anl,s
cimiI.V".'.V?"!hihe Mllla,"'i I" Ml yet
flil'il ni I th. aai pl)d Satuiilav at 3
o 1c k at 1 po3tiou park. ""'"" "l i
M rneipoliK ..
Ji I in tp jit .,
Si Paul ... .
Detroit . .
Kalinin City .
W r.lt-ni l.i ague htanilliig.
....ii (1 ' i'Vfl
-.; 2 ,711
.....1 3 iaiz
...3 r. 375
....3 C Jfi
... j s
(ininil Itipl.l,, j j; Toledo, 4.
Orand Haplds, Mich , May S. Score:
0 2 2-14 IS fl
0 3 0-171
Orand llaplds .010012
Hatterles Parker, Pear
Jilue, Damnum and .,0.1th.
Wit (iriJiiiiil.nl Detroit,
?ilro,t' Wch: Mu?r -I'trolt-Indlan-apoli
ettnie isjutponLif; wt ground.
Southern f iiigue (I41111.
cfatunoolfj sInd- lUY "-BvmiMlHe. w.
Otdlani.""18- Ma' 8-Llttla Rock. i New
MUMa!lt' 'rent,' Mav 8 Na'hville, 8;
Ijjul.vllle (lets Dan llrouthir.
LouUville, Ky May -Maiugr Qjc.
CJkey ;jd a .deal to-day with Man.
STOCK VAIIIh OII.V t'l.lfll.
C. 31. W'alden i:iei ted I'ri-slilent for the
The annual meeting of the Stock Yards
Oun Club was held ).steidn). CI. M.
W'alden was elected president for the en
suing )eai. S. M. West, vice president, and
H. 1 lialdwln, seeretar) and treasurer.
Instead of having two classes, A and I),
to shoot, tho club will adopt the handicap
)stcm this j-ear. Thn first shoot of the
new- year will be held at Washington pail:
Iti Mills ul Hawthorne.
Chicago, 111., May S -The attendance at
Hawthorne to-da) was the biggest of the
week. M Interesting laics were tun olf,
the favoritei dividing honors with the out
First raie Two ) ear-olds; allowances;
four furlongs. KamHin, 3 to 1, won, Sir
'J?5!- s.l s"conU. Znnone, 3 to 10,
third Tune, 0 52'..
Second i.ue-j'or all ages; nllow.imes,
selling, six furlong, llolo, 7 to 1, won
J inies . Carter, 3u to 1, second, Dick Ke
nan, 1 to 5. third Time. 1-17',
Thir.l rai e Por 2-jenr-old fillies; allow
ances, four furlongs. Millie M , 1 to 1,
vnj Miss MaMm. even, second. .Martha
It . 1 to I, third. Time, 0 52.
I-ourth raceTor fill ages; allowances;
selling; one and one-sixteenth miles. The
Ironmaster, even, won: Tremor, even
second. H.irrv Smltl. l.wi . 1 .ht..i n '
1 -jt - -" " in. 10. iuie.
1 itth race Handicap; steeplechase; for
?,1LUKi'.,!'' sho 0"". M' Luck. 1 to 2.
won. I iicenalniy, 2 10 I. second; Square
fellovv 1 to 2, thiid. Tim. , 3.43W.
Sixth rate-Tor S-jeai-olds nnd unvvatMs
allovvancis ,He fu.longj. DecUwM to
Itmrli hnn at Trl-iu.
San Tiimeisco. May S. The fnuitli an.
nual bench show or th,. Patii i- Ket e lC?ub
opened to-day vvlib 351 entiles, ft vvas
r.raiiouiite.1 to be the best si ovvuvur given
by the club. Inc. del s l.t Ing represente
from all over the 1 oast si Kiiiiints Aiu
most tiumeious Tlie . hlef dog It 1 1,8 ciSiS
is Plliimonanb. of Victoria, H. (" whi'li.ed
,AnTu"'l m,h '"." -t'ar dam l.aVj- S " ttj
and v aim d atm lie is tlie biggest dog
club have dm Ing tho past jeur. Mining ill
all over the louiiiiy. Is us. Hbe.l 'tin- fa 't
that one-sixth of tin emiies in thn eiiiue
..mM,.1"!" Jlcniaids Prince Olhmar Is
anothei conspli nous entry, valued at f'w.
iheie aro some line dogs among the
hounds Including Tasso, u pi I" w inner m
! '," l'ui .' ,1,kB. .""waul Vernoi's pointer
(llenlM-rKh, whelped IS!i, sire Oioiise V
dam lllta, N tin .utr.tulvo epti) Jie is
ynliiett at UO.000. Aeinon's biuh Sallle
'.. -III..O. ..I iiiino m ptui'H fcinco
she was whejji.d In lhiS. s .iN shown,
with several ot Oienbeigh's puppies.
S..HI I run in It lies.
San Trantino, Maj K Tht feature of the
d,i) was the easy win of Her Majesty.
She Is proba.1,1) the best 2-j ear-old till) of
the j ear in California. She U lomrolled
oSt1orfaKUIe'YlaNn!" a"a U br ,W" l,Til0ti'
The fourth I &ce was declared olf. and
out of the other five, two favoiiies won.
T,1!!ru,?ttlU7 fJifJong.. Morvt-n wons
juji' ' 1"ston''' t-l-ss'nuer. third. Time;
Se'tond race-One mile. Mls Iluckley
won; Uni'llle. cond; Dara, third Time
..ll'1.'? .rat-e I3ivc furlongs; :- ear-olds.
Her Ma testy won; Monitor, setotd, Valt.
ija. . third. Time, i.s.. ' ""
Fourth rate-Wve and ont-half furlongs.
Plfth rac-.su and ona-half furlongs.
7.Kt"a, S.?"'- c',llr1' ewl; Arnttte. thiid.
IftsulU at at, v.aiili.
Washington. Maj 8 -Tirst race-Mx fur.
longs Tactoturn. 6 to 1, won. Nick 1 to
l-is001 I'"b'Urook' w w 1, thii 1 Tlmt-,
Second race Half mile. Ilessle Hrown
Ing, .to 1. won, Cutlon, U to 1, tet-ond;
Jlfis I ovvser, 3 to 1 third Time, 0 rJ. '
rhlrd tace Ptve furlonts White Cotk
ade, g to i. won, , Hub) .10 to 1 Cv?ndI
Kandor. 15 to I, third. Time l:0iV '
l-ouith race One-half mile Hirmln 3
to 20. won: Kitteld, 5 to J. econd lll'm.
jura. !) to I. third. Time, 6 W """
Tlfth race-One mile liar. 1 1 4j to 5. won:
I'M? ' Walch,nan- 5 t J. third 'TTme,
Itesuits ut Ij.t st, .m,U.
St. Douls, Mo., May S First ran.
half mile purse'. Vein,,., "I'S, : IMuSLu
second. Moreen, thirl. Tune. 0 53 K"mau
otiouu u c rn -e gftths of a mile- nlt
ST, MAXIM BEAT HENRY YOUNG.
'the v(, isi. Colt Won the Louisville Un
til Hanilii.ip Ijisll) In l'n-1 'I Hue
--'liirie l'liviiritis VV1111.
Louisville, Ky. May ? Three favorites
and two well b icketl second choices cap
tuied the events at Chiirihlll Downs this
afternoon, and the bookies suiTrred In con
seiiuence. The track was lightning fat,
as the time made by St. M.iim and Hen
Hder will nttest. in the Douisvllle hotel
handicap, at a mile, the) were sent away
to a good start, with S.itsuma In the lead,
Henry Young, second, and St Maxim, third.
The St. HIal.se colt assumed command at
the tjuartcr and led all the waj, winning
easll). Henty Voung was whipped out to
lent Mniimn for the place. Jim lMel- had
llttl, dllllcnlty in disposing of his Held In
the last race, but ilraham. on M.iv 1'lnker
ton, went to siei p. and Uew.uder nipped
him at the wire fo- the place
Flist rare Seven-eights of n mile. Hal-TluT'l-'v"'
t!uisIc' 1", 0llt1, Tolj"1. thiid.
Sc-coiid" race Tlve-.lphtlis of .1 mile; sell
Ing Concession won, Sli Hllke. second; Sir
Aichei, third Time 1 03L.
Thinl race Houisvllle hotel handicap; one
mill. ht. Maxim won. Hentv Young, sec
ond, SatMima. thiid Tim.', 1.40.
I ourtli iai e Threi-nuni ers of a mile:
sel ing Domingo won lto.val Spirit, sec
ond Clinty C. thiid Time: 1 IV,
I lfth tneo one-half mile II. n llderwon
llewarder, second; Maj l'lnktiton, third.
line, v; 15-,.
or Interest 111 Win tlmcii.
New York. -May s A lonfertnce be
tween tlie L.-ague of American Wheel
men and the Hoard of Trade of Cjcle Man
ufacturer was held to-da) A C. Wilson
was clmliman and Hi nest 15 Franks,
secretary. Mnlteis afrei ting tlie ip-neral
Interests nnd advancement of cvillng
wete discussed. The nui.tians considered
weie agitation for goo I roids. and cone
nli'lit connecting paths, anion lelatlve to
munlclnal and siati I.-iri,iiiti.m- i,in-i..
ttansportntlon on riliroa.l mil stieet car
contracts with 1 p.-r: n 1. rs. stolen bi
ycl"s: Incr.-islng ihe I. A. W tnenibei
sh p and enforeing the 1. A W. rules.
1 indlng the pioper con-i!ontlon of these
luestions Impossible at tu-d.n's meeting
Messrs. Wilson and Spalding Were ap
pointed a committee to 1 on-ider the dif
leitnt subjecis under contempl itlon and
to advise vvavs and means to secure ef.
fectivo benellt In the associations. The
two organizations will be calbd together
aguln when the presidents have had their
Iviuisiis ciij. k , Atlilt tin Cnriilial.
ln'Jhj;i1,roril";m'uV""n',"-d for this even
ing b) a. local athl-iic 1 lub ut Dunnlng's
opera hui.se on Four. 1, street l7ftt
i'i ". V'ls -s,'01ll'l attract a. large au
dieme of lov-is uf sp.ut of the two Kan
sas Ctjn. On last 'Thursday night thu
carnival was tlrst adv. uisedbut be-cause
?L X Vi''-'""-' of ,nt' two leading boers
wina o r wfs nos'y.;,' tor one vvvek, nnd
won; Ituthven, second, Tit for Tat, third.
Third race PIt furlongs Jolly .too won!
l.ndy Hose, second, Untold, third. Time,
Fourth rnri Six furlongs. Ahitna Hoy
won, Knlntnn7pn. second, Frank Fuller,
third Time, l-l't.
Fifth tace Seven nhd one-half furlongs.
Fresidle I, T. won, Floienrp P., second:
(Joveinor Hnpgood, third. Time, lira.
M'COY KNOCKED JACOBS OUT.
A Hiliet Party of Sport Witnessed n Nat
tllng Ilirre ltiiund do l.isl Mglit.
About twenty-five lovers of sport wcnl
out to a quiet nsott south of the city last
night to see Jim McCoj-, the local middle,
weight, attempt to stop Motrls Jncobs, the
St. lyouis llghwellt, In four rounds. Tlie
battle was brought off quietly, without
fuss; or feathers, but proved to be a rnt-
tllllg good mill. The Utile fellow- shnvred
hlmslf to be a glutton for punishment,
and although he wns all but knocked out
hear the cloo ot the third round, hu did
remarkabl) well considering tho big dif
ference in weight.
In the f)rt round they went at It ham
mer and tongs, Jncobs doing as much of
the leading as McCoy and standing tight
up to the wotk, though McCoy pl.intnl
;evcrnl hot ones on his face and body.
In the second round Jacobs was still ap
parently strong, though McCoy punished
.."". r. . 'i'K ",,u Ktu "ip of i' Himself,
the little fellow not being able to land on
In the third nnd closing round McCov
went in to finish the light and he soon hud
Jacobs sailing He put bees In his bonnet
with 11 stiff right nnd left on the face, and
before' Jacobs could gather himself ugalti
MeCoj gave him n tremendou smash
Wltll the liltilt over Ml linns fnnnli. u.nl
doivn, and although not entirely knocked
out, he had about all he could stand of the
gt Helling and was counted out.
There was to have been nnother go, but
a rumore-d raid of the police caused the
party to break up In a hurry.
lKACHV WO IN -JHK KlUHTlt.
t'nviiiniiglt Wns Nut In Jt With the M.
Inlveston, Tex., May 8. Tommy Trace)-
put Tom Cnvanaugh to sleep Iti the eighth
round before a large nuOlencc In tho Tre-
mont opera houg to-night. The men
weighed In nt 3 o'clock this afternoon nt 115
pounds each. John DulTy, of New Orleans,
acted as referee.
The first round was tame, tach man spar
ring and blr-Ing up his antagonist, but the
following rounds were hot enough to sat
isfy the most enthusiastic pugilist. Trace)
plujctl for Cavanaugb's head and wind.
"!"' '.l.(tcr.thc lhlr,l lounti punched bis man
at will. Cavanaiigti was game throughout,
and stood tho punishment well. He clinched
frequently to avoid punishment, nnd there
were sovcinl cries 01 foul, which were, not
Cnvanaugh came tip groggy for the eighth
round, and Tiacey jabbed him on tlie head
nnd face several times, then landed a ter
tltlc blow on C.ivmiaugh's lueast, which
settled him, nnd he wns counted out.
Creedon and Tiacev with Dew Phelan,
leave to-moriow- ror St. Louis, where they
will rest for 11 slio.t time, and then proceed
to ("'onev Island. Where Crei ilnn will meet
Tom Dunftu und Trace)- will have u go
Tho Irish Agitator From New- York KJiclril
From the House of Ciiiiiiiions.
London, May S There was an exciting
and unprecedented scene In the house of
commons this afternoon. Just as the chief
secretary for lrelanj. Mr. John Morley,
had finished his speeth dk-cusslng tht- bill
of .Mr. Hdmund 1'. V Knox, member for
West Cavan. an nnti-Paiuelllte, to repeal
the crimes act, O'Donovan Io.sa, the well
known Irish agitator from New Yotk. arose
from a seat in the strangers' gallery and
"Mr. Speaker, an assassin's blow has been
aimed at im In this house and a stain has
been put on my name." josa s re-marks
were greeted with loud shouts of "Order."
The sergeant-nt-aims oiiiumnrily ejected
llossa from the lmu-e. At Hie .time of the
Interruption the members did not know
that it was Hossa who Interrupted the proceeding-,
and when' his Identity became
known the sensation Increased.
A previous "pe-ak-er it appears, had nl
ludeel in uncomplimentary terms to O'Don
ovan Hossa. ana It was this whleh caused
him to enter a protest from the gallerv
Hossa, after being ejected, was turned over
to the police with ord. is not to allow him
again within the precincts of the house of
parliament Con-eqtienily llosi.t was
marched oil' the premises by the blue colts
who warned him not to show his face
- I'.oi-c 11111, uieniug TI10 tiio-
gramme for this evening's la
ment consists nf a number of Int" -est-?
rS?,'.t?i"'' .T.h" I"--ni"no calls for a
six-round bout between James McCoy and
Kenny Koblnsnn. .i fnm-.m,., 1 .i:.A a.n'1
...i..... sii.., . ..,'. r ---....., eenu ue-
...v... ..i.iij enn anil Tim Talon- slv
rounds b) .Morris Jacobs, of St ioui
and Charlie Twltch.il. of Denver- a "t
.enind go between Charl. s Howo and the
ihan.plon welterw.- g , ' .f'" ?" ' and
Tat IluMi-11. the local welterweightf'
W bun r uf tin, rii, -i,. 1- Cup.
Chester. Hnglund. Mav S-Thls was the
serond day of the Chester m.etlng nnd the
;.hhle' rVl nt of lhc t"-o.ran.m" was ihe
1 luster 1 up, over the old cup course
nearly two and one-fourth mil. s. The. toll
19? '"r! w,as tm result. Captain Mncnell's
Kllmillaghan. a blown eolt, 5 y ,rs old
b) Hrown Prince, out of l)psy. 7 Vtone "i
pounds, won. Mi. S Alexander's Son nr
Hun bay colt, B )Kars old. I ) VtroneloSt
of Ithonn. 8 .tone 10 pounds, secondf f.ord
Penrhjn's Thi-stis. a' mown .Sit. 4 j Mrs
old, by Isonomy, out of Hoimi.i U stone 4
pound., third .sixteen ho "s'ran Mr
ItWVtr's Ilnn A nnir, ,..! -m ." . "". ..-11."-
bins were' eHtcVed7bUt scraVthed. " " ""'"
Uritnsivl.k Hint ling ln,, .
At tlie lOil Of tho HlUUSWlcks nn thn
Ilrunsvvlck alleys 1 1st nlgl t , ,0 fonSw n?
scores were made: toiiowini,
etlrltni, C . .
Welch 'Ju" "" '4 01.11s
C Williams ...
W W'llllaini ...
l.lilHle Itinvllnir fl,
Jlnrt. won the medal ot the toll of ihe
The''sreo?n 0ra"a Jt nl!
SICK MEN AT WASHINGTON.
(.resliam Tinprn. ing mid s;,, fH Hltt,
Wink mil (.oggswell Aliotit
tlie s, mic.
Washington, .May S Sc retary Oresham
had .1 good d.tv to-day, and the improve
ment In his i judltlon e-ontinues. Darting
any compll.ation that may atlse, his prog
tess towards recovoty, although necessar
ily slow, is expected to be steady.
Tor the past few da)s tlie condition of
Representative llltt has continued to show
a vciy luht but peiccptlble Improvement.
The Miiious complications incident to tho
gripp. , from which he originally surtered.
have abated fiom their Intensity, and tin
extreme wenkne-s of the patltnt seems now
the only real danger.
Admiral Almy is reported to be. eomfort-
.....e tu-iiiKin, one. very vvtaK.
Heprtseutallve Coggswell is
SAT IS FACTO RYJ0 CARLISLE.
The Mnrgan-ltidliiotit .Syndlenlo Has Com
piled Willi li Contract o I'nr tleptrts
incut Not Posted on (he "fiirnen"
Washington, May $. To-dny cloeil the
third month ttntler the bond contract with
the Morgan-llelmont synoii-ale, of New
York, nnd lip to thh time all of the terms
of Ihe contract have been complied with
to me smsffiction of the trentirv officials.
On Kcbrnry J, last, the dale of Ihe eons
tract, the gold reserve In the treasury
amounted to I2,7S3,(X, which lias since beeft
Increased lo m,f.9l.ot9, the amount reported
lo-daj-, miking ihe net gain for the thre
month, tl3.S0S.M0. Yesterday the syndicate
deposited In the New York sub-treaury
nbout i0tl, which completes Its obliga
tions to dale, but does not o far as can
be learned, leave nnv surplus to their
eredlt. 'Ihe.i&.unp.OX) in donu-stie gold per
tiilttetl to be deposited under the con
tract has long since been turned In, but
whether all elf the JlG.5W,it of fotelfn gold
require-d to date by the- term of the con
tract lias actually been Imported 1 annot
be learned here. H Is believed, though,
that It has not been Imported It l as
sumed that the s)hdlcnli will be deemed
to have compiled with lis , ontrncl If It is
found at the close of the deal on October
1 next to have on deposit the Jt.' (m,n in
foreign gold, independent Of the fact that
they mav hnv., use, domestic gold from
time to time, nnd not have made the ad
justment, requiring hair of Ihe told to be
domestic mid half foreign, until the last
The trevisiiry olllclnls say lint thev have
no Infot matloti ns to whether the s) mil
rate Is bioing gold In the West or nob
Hut they me utinule to see how tlie svn
dlcate could meet Its contract obliga
tions without bujlng gold whenever nnd
wherever It could. Not the least Im
portant feature ot their contract with the
government in lis agreement to prote t
the ttensury so far as It was able from
gold with draw Ala for export, und at this
time and with sterling exchange at Its
PtesCnt lllt'h IlltO lhl I. r. 1 1 ni.. l.ll,
Hon, nnd it Is mure than probable, that the
syndl. ate has been compelled to make
heavy purchases of gold in the Wot. pos.
2elyr aJ n, l0,.Kht .nrt-mitim. In order to
cover Its foreign bills. That large pur
'hnses hre making is evldence.1 bv the fact
...si .1 "C u! '"rc, o' me Kirgf refineries
which herelofore have sold their product
P.,',. .h i!J(."i7r ?ss,' mco' censed mnk
Ing thnlr deliveries there some week ago.
nnd the iissumption Is that It Is being
Hi.!--1 'm:,ork nt figures slightly In
"l!?,ancl.of '',e I,r,lre Iild at the Denver
SlVlhi.Thul far "10 olllclnls are entirely
uiIiJ .'., xhp tV1. n,lth tlle nianner in
Which the syndicate Is carrying out its
contract, Iwlh as to Its deolls nnd Its
th0entt?eagury"Eoi,,i"frrkolnP,xpo ' "roteCt
BROWN THE VICTIM OF A PLOT.
Sensatloutil Mnteincnt .Made In Itelutloii to
the riiirili.ii Doultlo Killing at
I.OUlsVille. K). Mav S The Cnnrl.rJrair.
nal to-day prints the following:
The sensation attending the Gordon
double killing Is not over ) et by half. The
piorcctillon to-day will attempt to prove
Arch Dixon Urown's death was due to a
deep-laid plot to assassinate him. a trap.
as ti.e prosecution believes, fostered and
planned by one, who, for reasons best
known to himself, was afraid to do the
work, and used Gordon as the tool to car
ry out his designs.
These statements come directly from the
prosecution. Governor Hrown ha rea
son to believe that his son's coming to
Louisville on the day ot the tragedy and
his assignation with Mrs Gordon, were
known to .1 man in Louisville. This Louis
ville man. the prosecution claim, notified
and "actively assisted in a foul assassina
tion. The prosecution fnrtiin.- c.-o .1.,,, .i.
name of the man who 'act.d the s'p) " is
known to them, and that he will have to
be produced In court.
iJVJ FrtV", ''"-r last night. Governor
Hrown insisted that the man refened to be
brought Into court on an attachment. The
man who, as the proeruiion bc-IIees. pilot
ed Gordon to the hous, of Lucv Smith, is
e'i'.ra'i.'kTor. i0r"0"'3 "n& ""
. loa nnd 104 West p.h Street, Kansas City, i.10.
MS The Old lletlablo Doctor. Oldest In -Afn; 'W 'J.'etfc"
Jmm W tira.lunto In Mrdlrlne. O.rr H7 Vears , H perl .1 i""'J
. Anthorlted brthoStaie, to treat i&MJ&wwZ&lXM '&&'
niamniecuormouejrciuiiuci i...i.s...w - :--,i ", v.ii n-nletmes. Mea cine
lion f mm buslne. l-WMi; nl 'Xl'?ZlWv m-m cured. Age nnd
BenKTcrjwnere'.jreeiire mg.ifuor ii.v. - :"".'1VL.. ,:,.- i-nhsiiitatiou H Irco ntlcl conu-
rperifncanroimportnnti t-tato your cao nuu t -
deLtlal,rJthcrt,crflnollT or by latter, n,sl,M84. (SptrmMthota
Seminal Weakness and Sexual Debility, v.j imrMnc
prodncini? loe. plmplcl nn.t blotenitibn tho face. rhS',rt!.i'i0llost? lifrNuaUer" loM of
n..1 1k..r.lH iIaa nidilrflA n Is, .1 ( f.i M IT ti rTt U 111 tt Tlfin M BUll Ul KU J WU 4U1W t"'"D'-
UUU UIliltA HU llUlt LUIUII.VI HUUUtlkHH rf- " -
that torHbto disease1, In nil It
- t .
OYJ7IIIll3t form nnd stage cured for
lite Hlood Poisoning. Sliln Dl-ea4s, Ulcer.
Swellings. Sore. nnnorrlio-iind flltct.nnelnll
tonnsof PrHato Diseases poslllrelt cured or
tneSney rclunded. ,
RnnCr lot loth sexe. FO ptfrc. 27 picture.
IJUUlS. true to lite, with lull ilescription of
aboTO disease, tho effects and cure, sent seal'
od in plain wrnrper'lor6o.instatur. Kcadthis
utile oooic sua austver 1191. Ol quts.iuuo.
Crelcfnen permnucntlv cured tritnoui
OtnCtUrC cnusttc, r.itttns, bougies t,T
found. No pV.n, no rrposurc. l'atlcnt can
t.o the treatment ot home'. lU.c
KllUUmatlSin ,J,fflSSY5 Cure.. V.
St'IlP. CUKU. ThOFretlcst dicotcrv In tho
nnnals e t medicine. On- noo elves rpllcl! a
lewd sesntnovo ferer and pilit In Joints'.-
euro In a few days. Send statement ot ca"
with sttvtat) for circular. i ...
. i . a.t. i f.ri- ttni nil
. . . !"-.. t. J"-I. IfAtvlnlnWIlM I HHIU1I..V.....
Free Museum of Anatomy fhoosimigt s. n.t8P.i.
llfe-llUo models nnd wax figures deeply ltnprc the lulndi-a school ol ln Sundays 10 ta 13.
strucllon a trrmon without word. ..... l . ji...... ti,t I ratine, curx
V M.-7 hn moil itimoilri In tht bank nHeH I nU torttll tor aboie dltceiet that I cannot ain.
When ln)c! uT-! )it I u f(r Vrrcn nciMHtj, I rf torinl Power 'In either
r), Im ten , Atrof n.Vr an 1 ether .kneiuM, from tny t a , t a
facxlne r Irh cbv kei . If 1 tie r qui My rut r 1 If neclr tH, it h
KOSUlt In 4 W CGK5. etr ft iHt --Ite a Wat .. nte it . ire r refiin I the m mev. Ati iri
V, Znhnor. drURKlst, ror. Grand ave. nrnl 12h ,t Kansas City, Mo.
No I itun (.l.i n Out.
Toneka. sTns. rin. r ic. nt nu. ...... -
boatd of nnlroari nL"KoTi' 7 iiVS
"o -.' . IUl.ll,
' i S 4".,
........ .1 11 jr.
- 'a 4:-.
5 I sii
...... .J fi ;)
J 7 .Its
" 3 S30
Striken Spares. Totals.
........ .1 SI
i,. . 1 '" ."v" "K''l"sl "' eompan,
but to-day Auditor ('ok- denied tlm m-ivs-paptr
repot t that the nss.,m(.nt; of the
s.int.e I e was 10 be lo.ve.ed, and that of
h il'fV01?'1: r'ii", Jlc sa"' tl'." thi boafd
2? Avt "r,"'tl, "bun no valuation for
any of the ioadn, but that the asre.sfmt-nt
of .ill of them would be as Just, fair and
cnultablt- as the board km-iv how to make
'I b it .Vrnt PiistiiiiiH ,.
Topekn, Kas Jiay R-nox-ernor Morrill
was not ariesttd to-day. as was announced
lis the attornejs in the case yemcrday. for
Ihe reason, thiy su, that the man who is
to swear to ihe complaint ioui.1 not rt.-u h
"ir"H lu-iiuj 1 iip iiitorneVH tux t io-
-l",.t,1"lii!1!' ir"''t "'" h" '"-"le .inel that
e'iy'patltrn'01'16 l lhu
SHORT MISSOURI ITEMS.
St. Joseph, Mo , May S (Special.) The
business portion of lllnio w a wiped out by
.,.u is.-i 111K111. jinrieen iiusineis Houses
KrtBa?MUW58t.l)ere tlestr05e1' ,i,,ia I0" e-
n-Sf. Joel'11- Mo -Iny S.-(.Spee.il ) Hrncst
Iracey , eontractor, was thiovvn out of .1
w."ri'i?il?, ,00"!;. VV 1t-'.aimiiBh' saloon,
btriklnir un his liead nnd fi.icturlni; his
skull, from ihe effects of which he died to
diy. His assailant escaped,
.'!I0i)t.t' Mo' .Jla' -fSpecial.) .t S
o clock las; evenlni; Anna Nave vv.11 shot
and mort.illi wounded by Stella Collins, the
wife of a KHnibler. The shootinif occurred
on onfc of the main street, and was the 1,..
suit of .Mrs. Collins' Jenlousj- of hc-r his.
THO DOCTOR'S COLUMN.
ri", iG 'V-1 n!" n Painter and have suf
fered a lone time fiom "painters' colic."
Please siiKKest a tieutment.
Take two ttaspoonfuls In a tumbler of
water of the N.tthrolithlc Silts half an
hour before brt.ikiast twice a week.
11. h Ii Get a bottle or f'ardlne, Uk
tract of the Heart, and take five drops
twice each day. mornlnK and exenlnt", to
Increase the heart's action, and thus im-prove-
the quality of the blood.
J. P. II. Por thf icllef of jour loco
motoi at.iMa. which jou mention, would
recommend a tomedv which has been used
with remaikable success in such cases I
refer to tlie animal extract, Cere-lulne
""""' il "ome anet take five drops on the
tonejuo threu times dallv.
C, ,U,C,Tr?r ,elpf from th0 "Pimples
and bad blood" ou mention, I would ad
xio j on to tako Xathrollthlc Salts Two
teaspoonfuls In a half tumbler of water
tnorninf,- and evenlnir. for three davs s
a tonic us,, llestorative Wine of Coca '
Mrs. O. W.-The Thyronine (Animal Hx
tract) would be- on excellent remedy for the,
obesity jou mention. Take four drops upon
the, tongue? moriiinir and cxeninc,'.
P X. !$. 1'or the lnsqmnia and heart
trouble which jou mention, procure a vial
of Cardlne. Extract ot the Heart, and take
five drops mornini,- and evening for one
week; then procure a vial of Cerebrlne
Kx.ract of the Prain. and tako five 'Cs
fifteen minutes before, each meal. A tepid
bath at bedtime.
Jl A7'ltr"sin!; Jhr? bottles of
. ---."..-. inuuiire a oottie of llesiora
tivn Wino of C'oc, ,,nd ejivo the patient a'
tablesi.oonful thiee or four times daily.
Vf' ,,!- ' '"" .miieteel with helnlcssness
and depression of spli Its. res S liner from
nervous eltbl Ity I w rite to ask your a,?.
liCidrisJ,aw5,iJ,CVaRi;.ll,ft '- 'iPoSi'i
Procure a phial of Cerebrlne, and take
Ave e rops three times a da on the tonKue
Ihe last doso should not lsj taken within
four hours of bedtime. "umn
W. V. PARKUR, jf. I).
A NEW THROUGH LINE,
Ktini 4'ltj, Memphis A. ItlrinliiKhiti. nnd
sir.ibonrd Air Line Sieklui; im llutlct
to the Atliiutlc Coast,
HlrmlnRham, Aln , May S. An effort Is
to be made to ee-i tire the control ot the
I'ast & AVcst Alabama railroad by the
Kansas City, .Memphis ,Vc UlrmliiKham and
the Seaboard Air Line Jointly. Olllcers ot
tho Kansas city. Memphis & nirmlnsham
road are now- In this city en route to New
ork with thnt object in vlovv. Since the
Southern railway has recurcd conttol of
the Queen ,t Crescent, the Memphis line
tlnds Itself still further embarrassed In
the matter of an J.'astern outlet, while the
Seaboard Is not onl bottled up In At
lanta, but Is boycotted beside. The two
roads will now Pt about, so It l.s said, to
complete the lines from Atlanta to lilr
mlntfhnm and thus, by co-operation, so
eure a throUKh line from Kansas City to
the Atlantic const
A XlllV M1MM1 company;
Im orporntiil Under the Laws of tho State
Several staunch business men of this
cltj- have recently become Interested in .1
newly incorporated mlnlnp; company of
Cripple Creek. Col. This company is stjled
the Kansas City and Cilnnle Creek Mlnlnt?
Company and Js incorporated under the
laws of tho state of Colorado. Tho com
pany owns five patented properties on
-Mineral Hill. This portion of the Krcat
cold belt Ins recently attracted much at
tention. Main- rich strikes of sj Iv.inlte
have been made on Mlnci.il Hill durlnir tho
jint winter. The Motnlni? Journal, the
best mlnltiK- nutliorlty In the district, con
tains man Hattcrlnir notices of this lo
??.,'.ly It " njUncent to the famous Haven
Hill and Hattle mountain and bids fair to
et produce a mine that will be a rival to
the Independence, a property that made Its
owner a millionaire within two years after
MAY 6til TO Mil INCLUSIVE.
TRAINS LEA VII T1IH
running directly into the city ot llx-col-sior
Springs via tlie Wabash Railroad.
H. N. GARLAND,
Western Passenger Agent.
LnrrvAXiuuz mill 'iu)mi:u.
flin Cltj XVIII Put lii Water Vtorks
111111111111 lories win ciimc.
Coffejville, Kas., May S. (Spcelul.) Pof.
feyvilie Is to have a system of water works,
to bo constructed and owned by the cltj.
Tho proposition to issue bonds of the- city
for this purpose to the amount of $;o,000
was xoteel upon on Tucsdaj-. Tho vote was
practitally unanimous In favor of Issuing j
tho bonds, only nine votes beliis cast I
nt-.elnst the measure. The ma J 01 timl coun- i
ell mu in hearty accord with the people in
tills matter, and will tako the- nettssary
steps to eairy out tlie wishes of the xoteis I
as expressed at the polls i
A number of Iiukc manufactories that
haxc been figurine on locating here will
hesitate no longer, f'offeyvlllo has bright
p.ospects beforu her.
ju:xr:rjv v. p. s. a. v.
1'iuiiuay evening, 1 ay 13.
iti:si;uxi:i m.vis, .j11I1Ci n,.,., om,,.
AI'.llMK-i: KM KMIIHI,
Asks for further 'I lino
(.unite-it I our Dims.
Yokohama, Maj- S.
a further extension
e-d by Japan, in order that the ratiii
lion of the treatj- of po.ui may be ex
changed. Japan has consented to ex
tend the time of the aimistlie four dajs
Count -Mj-oJI, secretary geneial to the
Japanese council of ministers, arrived nt
("he I'oo j-esteiday and met Iird l.i. son
of 1,1 Hung Chang, and Junior Chinese
liie comnilsslon.-r. Count Mvojl acted
for Viscount Mutsu, the Japinese foreign
minister, who is 1)1, In the exchange of the
peate ticvuy ratlllcitlons.
.China has nsked forlflCVT
of the armlsti, ,. giant. ! liCA I
The ratuous ind Only
L! LIPUTI ANS
In a Grand Pioductlon of
HIWTr DUHPTY !,H,?
KERJPER STOCK CO.
Predentin,; tho Ceiinulj
P1I1 .-. -.ii ;t.-,,., .To, --j,.
I,'. s A." '"iprg of ineiulrj on mcdicii
subjects iJIrectcd to ihe Columbia O hem el
Company, Washington, i C.. vvlll b? an
svve-i-fd fr.'e, elthtr (11 Hkso columns or i,v
columns or by
ilt-xloo. Mo .
.At the or-
Uogiietts llo.tliiig ClHh,
Tih5f?i"ow.,,"c core made at tha
Ciillfiirnl in, shin. I'n Will.
Prlncotoii N j, jjny S The California
athletic team Indulgml'ln a llttfc, practke
on tho I'tlmetoii Hack to-eiaj. The iiii
formane.es wen eji-oiicticiu to thu piliiro.
tons. Ixoth e eart.1 the bar ut a fe-et 11-1
lucliea in the hiuh Juinji. and put tht- shot
4.1 feet, appaiemiy wlihout rival effort.
The siiilni.is and long illilancV n e
tike 1 "' ul"10U,'11 no "'"O was
(mi I lub alc.i lie-pirt.
Tvventv iiictnt,, ri of thn .i,..An.
clulw in the .ty left yot.ttr.lay for Weir
(it), hiu,, 10 atmnd the ninth annual
shoot of the o.vl Gun Club, of that city
and partlelpatt in the baneiuet given to
the visitors ut 1U0 tnd of the contest,
which takes pia.t- to-day und to-moriow-
nVthc p'at-tj f'm 0Ut 0t ionn "crfc aIi"'
Itnulu at Itoliy.
Ing. Duckadoo won. Hart rWaliace siS I hnm?.' ' sj' ',' J;-. iIay 9 -Vim race-Six fUr.
Panton, third. Time."" i,,wlIace. second; longs. S.rivy hn ver ; won s. W. Stanton.
Third rate ThrteJoirhV n n n ..... "i?i1'3..!.,ul.,'"e ?.'.. third. Time, j-iji.
oftwiis. rate iie lurlonss. Doiolnfco
Mo . Mav 8. (Knar-tnl V Th.
;otiut funds vvlll be deposited in (lolden
Ity for the next-two jearu tor safe keep,
ng. Tlie eoiinty couit. In session at I.'i-
Third rate Thrto-iour-tb of a mllo, tlt.
Mav S eSn(.pi-,l v
atorltal contest hel.l In iM.inn i,,... Mi..u.
Jauieg o Ite.tr won tlie tlri prize and will
represent the si hools here in the slate 01.
atorieal contest, to be held next 1'ilday nt
Kansas Ciu. Clarence Ilarnes won second
prUe, a gold medal
Jelterson fuy Mo, Muy S.-(Hpeclul )
--,.u, ...... c ,.,-,,, . uiiiiuuieii me se-n.
twees of llinze and KuUtr to Imprison,
nieiit In the peiiltfcialaiy for life, lie also
eomniutcd tin sontmte of William Tuvlor
to ten je-.irs In thu penitentiary Tho
doubt of their guilt is the goveuiot's lea
ton for his anion. They vveru sentenced to
be hanged .Saturday next tor uiuider. Joe
Iiusty, of St. Joseph, will bo ullovved to
mar this VAt.k .lor.l.irAl tha t,llAl. n.n.
ing Compaiu of this city, the county de'
posl(ory, and llxd the bond at 75.i.w. vvhlth
was pfomptlj given. Theiu uie few in
stances on re ord where county tunds have
been transfined to towns otlur than tho
-lii'iV"' ,i', .XIa,y S--T(8llfrelal ) rour weeks
m2s 1 u'' l'ollyot u coil joiner named
,---j -.-. .u.iiiu un .un iiuriuigion tall
road, two mi es west ot Macon, early ono
morning, badly mangled. It was suppo" "d
that he had betn drinking and was over
taken by ihe fast train, l-'or some time
there has b. n a suspicion that McCarty
was foully ,-lt with, and his brother
swore out a vvariant for the two tjulif
brothers, of M.. op. and Mai k SnlderT ull
coal miners .hargTng them with being Im
pll atcd in th- murder of M.-Carty and
they were to-Jay arrested by Sheriff As
bury and lodged in the Macon Jail to await
their Brtllnnuarv trial next Monday. ""ulk
THE ANIMAL EXTRACTS
Prepared iiccoidlng to the formula at
DR. Wfl. A. HAAl.MOND.
Tho uiml .voiiilerful theiiipriitlo
ill.iinery sliiiu thu ela, f ,i,.,,or,
OKIIinilllNK Iron, tho brain
lor Diseases of the Hraln and Xenons
Mi:i)III,I.INi: . . ..Iiom tho Spinal Cord
l-or Upllepsy, locomotor Ataxia, etc,
C.WtlllM: IVuiu tho Heart
Tor Dlseastb of the Heart,
TI.STINI. I'roiu tho Testes
Tor Premature Decay,
OV.VItIM: I-,,,,,, Ulo o.arles
1'or Dlseast-s of Women.
D.Hi-, 15 Drop,. Prlee, 'inn Ilracluns, SI. (Hi.
AI.1. DUUGOIS'l'S. Send for Cook.
KANSAS S1JM). SCHOOL M OKKIlf'.S.
Tho State Ass111l.1l lun in T blrtlctli Aniiiuil
Si ssIiiii ut sillmi,
Kallna, 7Cas., .May S The thirtieth nn
nual convention of the Kansas State Sun
day School Association, vvhlih bigan
here last night, Is largely attended. Near
ly COO visitors art- here. To-d.ij's session
was dtvotid to routine business and ..lioi-i
addresses, a bjmposium was ulso given
this afternoon on tho "Jllble School." The
tonvtntlon will last until to-morrow night.
fshlpiiii-utH of Stone,
Tho flist load of stone for tho govern
ment building Is expected to anivo In tho
tit ftoui Colorado this morning and will
be followed In shurt tlmo by several others
from that state. The first shipment of the
slono fiom ,'lexas 1, expected to reach thee
'"net Sunday. All nrr.ingtments for
handling tho stone and dressing it have
been completed at tho yanis of the Dugau
company, at Tvvi ntj-ihlnl and Jefferson,
and tho huge det ilcks for handling the
simeant p nml ""'uUy r"r "lu
liiteirnatloual V. SI. (!, A. Co.iventloii.
Springfield. Mass., May i. The inter
Il.ltlotl.il convention r.r fhn v ."f
nrirtllf.il I.t nnmi .1 c.... .. .. . . -V
CALHOUN OPERA CO.
Today at,' :tl- List Time,
"1'IIL lll.ACK IlllSllt."
MIM' It Ml V V liiM.i-
THE ROONEY COfVIEDY CO
In the Laughable! Parce,
Kor malarial affections and all Inflamma.
tor- diseases of which fever is an accom
paniment Of intstlmable value In Keurajl
gla; for Sick Headache a. spctlllc. ":U"M
Pi Ice per bqx of pills, 513 cents.
Ono hundred pills, tJ.0),
For Habitual Constipation. Torpor of tho
Dowels or Inaction of the I.ler Head
uthe Gastric Dispepsia. Intestinal Djs-
neiisu. vant of Annetite. 1.11,1.,,,-... .
Debility, " "' """
As a mild, effectlvo purgative It has no
Price, SO cents per bottle.
KI.SttUt.VllM. Hl.Mi OP cot;..
In exhaustive states of the nervous tvs.
tern, resulting from excessive mental work
emr.Hnni.l uvHIftmunl nr rv.f.H n.. . '
presslon of Spirits. Melancholia and Hvs
leria llestorative Wine of Coca acts as a,
gentle .harmless stimulant and palliative
producing no evil effetts. ,H
Trice. 75 cents per bottle.
wi.i...... 110 uiiiu.il session ilj.flfi) with a
new feature In association convention in
i,r1i'.l"l.,'t,I,'.s -JTVlces. eommenclng at
10 o clock in tho fpifiinon und continuing
until 3 o'clock in the afternoon. The S
vention was formally called 10 onli.r
promptly at 8.3U In thu State Street Han.
list church, about rjlil .id.. .,,.,... VA..t..ii"'
ing nearly fony states and territories; lie.
present6"1 ",ovl"ces ,n nada; being
DOINGS IN OKLAHOMA.
Outhrle, O. T , 'May 6. (Special ) The.
territorial Firemen' convention convened
here this evening for a three days' session
.Mayor Martin dellverevl an address of wel
come' which was responded to by Hon
senate ""' '""esUlen5 of ,hc Oklahoma
Outhrle O. T.. Mn- S.-(Sr,eelal.) Two
men made a whoesale ralel through tho
country, three miles east of here, Near
Tryon, they robbed John McClellan and hii
son of a large sum of money and stole two
ficsh horses. When they renched George
Itoss". near Dale, they robbed him of icoo a
watch ami gun '
Outhrle. o. T., May 8.-fSpeclal ) The
Territorial Dentist's Afsoelatlon held the-lr
n111111.il meeting hero to-day, Olllcers vveru
elected as follows: President. Dr. Klrlt
Patrick. Oklahoma City; vice president. Dr
Hughes, (iiithiii . corresponding secretary
Dr rurrovv, Guthrie: secretary and treas
urer. Dr. Kelsey. Chandler ,
Ilio Sweete,t .Singer in
Araerici; a favorite everj vrhei 0
MR, PLUNKET GREENE.
Popul ir prices, S5c Me, 75c. 11.
Heservad heats at I.e,-g llros.,
IliUtJ Walnut stieet
MUSIC! MUSIC! MUSIC!
Fairmount Park To-day
Afternoon at 3 o'clock, grand otchestral toil
cert on tha piazza ot thu cafe
livening at co'cloca craud concert lull
TJIIJiD JIKGI3IENT HAND, f
30 J'icccs-.N 0. Wlii'elup, DJrcctiir.
I .11 A II,
Afternoon and eronlng
Marie lli-riiuid, Suprmui.
urriii Hiikc, MolinUt.
Prices. , 75e, 10c aimc. Sean
new on sale at Junctiun Ticket
Powpeu produces a soft and beautiful skint
it combines every iltmtut of beauty nnd
1ENT AND AWNING CO,
Avvnlnjs of all kinds. Tents ol
all Wmeli. ITajs. Paulliis, foi.'
Jjrs of all !.ln,is b.ad for prltci
1W WEST I.IGHTH ST.
Do You Like
Clean Smooth Towels to use after ..ash
ing? If o. cull telephouu 1371 for
SILVER TOWEL & K. 0, TOWEL CO,
A. C. FULKERSON, Prop.
THK Oil. TIIVT IATHHIOATKS MONTH
6111.1. MAMJPACTUUUU U
VACUUM OIL GO.
Ilm 10 buy lt-and you will got It la In
original packkgej-go to
STANDARD OIL COMPANY.
COLUMDl-V CIII-MICAL COSIPANI',
Masblogtou, D. C.
Tents.Awnings, Flags & Covers
.l.f.i?o,s-thnneaw.tea,lso iart-fl9 c"?aP' "
fl,aVeW HK-J'M ??&. ZTA;
LA1Llrr?lri;i'?$la- A- Magiu duTat . wioi vu$k "LTiwisa- ??, s
Ottawa, Kas., May S.
Funeral at St. Joha's church
o'clock this morning.
vC. J, BAKEl.lyi""ri urd st,,
itau.us city, iiu.