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TITK KANSAS CITY JOUKNAL. WEDNESDAY. MAY 20, 1803.
WON ANOTHER AT DETROIT,
HIUM I Vl'll IIH1 llll.si.i IIMIIII- llll
sn.uii s twin iiii. Mot.ti.ieiM.
ItivlliU. tii lilt Hint, lull llu- Ilium III!
Whll. Iilll It irtli r and Mere Ililpiil
by tilllm'. i:rrr libit lug mul
sp.irllni; .Vwh ,
D. Irolt Mich , y tt.-Ppeelll ) l.lltio
Hnniii i tilllen jti scntcd Mnnnlnit'fl mn
with I. lay t nflmc Annul) had fourteen
Ttmt Kill t.ptel all bill thru- The
?p I npiinrliinltlf were of Ihe enslettl
s rl in iKltmble Uhltelilll pitched a n
I i i kuiii, ntlh Hi' exception of Ihe
Hi 1 1 iininir when li iwir two men linwa
mi I ill tmtli of 'ihom noted
Detroit Murted oft with three runs In the
tTM, made on b "Ingli a double, n sncrl
ft two steal. Mnhnlmt'n wild throw nntl
ll.rit.lis Khot ovir ecofid when the bag
w in utR.ni-rcl renin, who covered third.
ltu)iiiiiil being lull lii with a bail hand,
thiciv lurgin's grounder wide In the ec
oml Hiiprrt rl,tr. tiff n double, nml ti
pnlr of inns hurried In mi Hustings slurtle
Detroit tn. k a pair In the third on Ktchnl--nii
s III over tlii' left fit Id fehco for" two
tuifis Dumtnn's Mirrltlte, Cahipmi's bnsis
on ill nml singles b rwlneham and
Htr Hi. rs
I'.i'l i n toil like it man In u !i)pnotlc
tru i in Hie nines' hslf lTrst lie made n
luerH or ( tiniiHUKhton's Htoundtr Klnsmin
U mi 1 I Mi hoi went nut Htitflell wnlt.d
fur fn ir wide ones. Mermen tltetl the luill
over Hi" lift wall for two basis, Itnpert
for e I HnttleM at the plnte, llustinns win
hit ! h wlliI idiot, nml (lllli n Hunted Mali
nlrik k em inder, and four milks winl up
on th I' tnl
ill by Olllen and Tiara In thu lth
Y.ti r lined b) Wlilt) hill a nilghtv i-mash
ovti ill right fence fur four bni. n i 1
that tl 1 the aeon .Vwiiiiitt made a doll
tli b it was cnuirht off second mid blotted
Nl liil Hi w out In the neventh llntllrld
and II m n la. td out hit" llupirt . xpind
mi an iiilu Id ll., and HuMltifts bhould limi
htn "1 third man out but illllon npun
tirmin 1 Ike a dtctipltuteil chloM li. nml tii
fore I ould regain his I'nullllirluui er
K Iv wis site and a nun had come In
'J lie i mill wint over tilt pan on doubles
b) Maiming and llernou
A two i ist t a single anil a itrllleo gnvt
Dutn.il I lam urn In thu ninth Kaunas
City bid I tl.Mi one In the t ighlh on Klus
lu ins iwobacKir. Nlehol'i sacrllltc, and
Jinrcins lilt, on w lib h he was thrown out
lit tlilr 1 liaMmt ruulKd ticouil on Uim-
1,41 s filliiliie une s
lii; i hi in-
,n it in sn vo
Ni hnl-nn 2b . I 2 .t 1 3
New mm i f . 5 il I 0 I
Imntt in I f . . 5 t 1 0 t
C"Ani iu t f 13 111
Twin h.un. l 1 0 2 0 4
Sir ntluri" lb.. ..5 0 2 0 D
iilllen, f-i . ... i 1 1 0 1
V u . lb 3 12 0 0
WlillihiU p.. . I I S 0 0
I 1 1 . I if I I 1 I
Totali ... .12 ! 1". 2 21 H G
KANSAS n 1 Y
All It III Sit l'O. A K
Maunlnc 21 . .. I 2 - 2 1 1
H.rtim 1 f .. .1 1 2 I" 2 0 I)
r inn iiiKhton, -s C 1 0 0 3 2 1
Kbiniin lb . .. 1 2 2 0 1 I) 0
., hil. f 5 0 0 0 1 1. 0
Jlitflld 2b ... I 1 I 0 1 I" 2
llersm .... ' 1 1 0 1 1
Itup-it rf. .. 1220300
lUst nht P. 2 112 2 1-
TotaW '10 10 13 2 27 11 3
Hcnr' bj Innings
P.trolt . . 3 0 2 0 0 0 3 0 1-;
Kinmn rit 2 2 10 0 0 11 '-n
i:irn-d run' Dettolt 7. Kinns Clt. 3
'two Ium hlt UunK in, Xlrtiol'orii Ntw
imn lwtrt Hercnn lvlutmn.
II mi run Whli.hlll .....
lioubli plixi-I'mi-" to Nicholson to
Strotilh ri ConnaiiKhlon to Klutinin;
Olllen la Mi holon in stioutheri-
Sierlll hits Nh holiioii, Ncwmnn, Dun
Kin Camp hi. rwlnthim, tllllen, Con
n nitthtoii Nlehol
lilt bl pitcher llastlnns
mes on bnllt Ulf WliUthlll. 3. off llast-
htr'nek out Hitfleld llustliiKfi, ("llllcii, 2;
WhMehill, C'nmp-iu cvinmiicliton
Left on bases P' troll S. Kansas flu, C
1'lrst bm on trrori Detroit, 3, Kansas
Tlinc of wnif-1 Cij.
Vistiru I iL,tn slainllii.
Won l.nst. I'C
In I in in hi . 17 " 7"!
MlnneTprlis 12 3 r71
lirjn I it iii Is . 13 11 Ml
Kunsis riis . 12 12 5il
Detroit .. . . 10 11 47ii
Mllwn ikei ... . 10 11 -IIO
Toll do 1 13 in
St 1 lul ..... .7 1 SIS
lob iln. I I; st. full, I.
Tole In i), Msj 2S Score.
n n n
T .1 10 0 10 3 3 1 2 H 17 3
Si 1 i il 0 1 il li 0 1 0 I Ull I
tu i r t.s Cloar and Hoach. Johnson and
H r r
i. nml Itiplil'. Ill) MlluuuU. ., X.
. ir ' HipWe Mich. Maj 2S. Score
It II i:
I, in t nil Is 1 7 0 1 0 0 0 0 110 13 1
M .i k 3 0 0 0 t 1 0 0 0 h 13 3
li - Stafford and Karle; Btevens
uo t I
linlliiii ipolU, lilt "Mlmji apolli, II.
Inl impolle, Ind . May !S Score:
u ir n
1 uinip.lis S 1 0 1 10 0 0 010 C I
M ni i ir Is 10 0 0 0 2 0 0 0350
Hi i - I'Uher and JUi-'arlund, Ilalier
an 1 W i tun
Nation it 1 i IKU" smmlM,.,
Won. j.oit pr
J" ' i 21 S 721
i 20 11 oil
1 , 13 U 012
r ! 13 M tAi
l'hl i hi i II ! DM
s., ., ., u u f.o
1' ib to r . 1 li ;,2i
Nrw 'W.rk M 13
1 i It 111 101
S I il s n so Jal
t I ,t in , 0 18 S31
I. 11 5 21 W
I'lill lib Iphll, K I llll bin ill, !.
fliil. iilphia. .Mil) Hi -Timely hil anil ,i.
InM itiilibMii lli'l.lliiu on tlio pan of thu
1 li II won tie k line I idiii tllu Jttilu tu
aa t-i. ' it: I1 InnllirfK
f li II 111 I il 0 I II 0 0 0 0? 7 S
riilbilil) I in I 1 u i) i) li I s II 1
1 in ! ihulnnuti Mi i mt and l'u
roll 1 hilinb Iphii, Cluiii. nia mid Th)oi
ItiiMil.ltn, IA; I lib ikn, ;,
Hrool.li ii. N . Ma 2 htratton, who
s-t.iri d In to pluh lor Anfcon'H Culm was
t its n cut uf th li. In thu Mimid IiuiIuk
Hill i-iiii did well, but the una was
In 1 whin he went 111 tu pitch. Thu moio
Ilrooklm 0 S 0 1 0 3 2 1 'i-Vlli
I'iii urn 2 il ii u o ii it 0 o- J 7 ii
Hilierl s I.iooklin Urliu, K'lnnnh mid
r t II Chicago, Mnl.il, biralloll und
I'lli-liuru". I I; t.liliiiiinn, I,
Wa&hliiUon. Mai 2i -The Senators wiru
frlilU. I ?'iqi iQwuril Ihij Iwntini i)t thu
t-li ' ti.!u by fucntu Mnofc's I'lttdbiun
ll-Oirs The Ultora enrmd but II w uf
ilm ff urtitn runv T hi! r-cn Horn go thclta
1.) nil I work wild tin. bat Thu uooru by
Wi-Mrrfton ..2 0 0 0 II 0 0 2 0 I 11 1
Vltfl ir . - 0 0 G U T 0 S jo i
I'll" I Mi W'ushlliRtnn. Mifiulrc and
S'.ocl.ilal , 1'lttiibiirB. HuBdtli and ilmt.
Ji till iiKiri l-'i luUtllli, .1
Haltlmire, May 2 The Loulgv llltm wra
ca il I f an I by the Orioles lukb' Ut
port wa iry raai,i.d Th lliljlinori!)
bueked up JUffuur lu uptrb foim Thu
b oic by Innings:
IMlilllKrr ,, 10 3 0 3 110 -u It, 'l
I.oi4lllle .. I 00 JM.'U-t j 1
Unit rlt lialtlmoie, HoLtnon ami IlufT
tr; LoulillU', Welch and Inku.
Ilottoii. I .' bl, I nul, ,
riilon, Slai Si The home uain won
from thu JJiowns U a. narrow margin In a
well llaid uiiij to-daj Tin. scoic by
Has ion .. . . I 1 1 3 0 5 0 0 1-12 17 3 !
St I.ouls .01202303 0 11 10 1
Ha tttrles-Hoston. Ilv an and Wilson;
St. LouU, I'eltz and Btalcy,
Llevilaml, 71 Amv luru, I). I
New York. May t The Cleelatnjj
played a poor tleldlne xame to-da), bat
neveilheloM managed to defeat the Nw
"XetlJ. 'the vUltou were rtatly i.takvued
bi th tMence of I'hllla fmm serond Ins
The -nore. by Inning
11 II K
i I veland . .. 0 i t 0 1 0 1 7 II
N tv irk 6 1 0 0 0 S 1 0 2 10 1
Hatterlen 'Teelitt1 t Connor and
"oiinft! New Aork, Wtlfon and It 11 si.
Wiitern nrlallon Itlme.
irkfonvlllo, 111, May ? -laekonllle,
1" Dm Moin. II
tiiine, III , May IS -Qum 5 I, Lincoln, J.
I'-nrin 111 , Mav leiin 1 ctnnho, 7
IMikforl, JII, Mj S,-HiiKford. ii St.
Sontlii rti I eiiKiie llxuu .
Chattinootn. 'rtnn , May V Chittanoo'
pi 7 Montftomer, 0
NuhMlie Tenn May if Nashville, 7;
New 1 irl.niu, h
Ha iiifMlle, Ind, Mai 2 Kansllte, 35:
Mi mphlii, in
, AH him, 1.1a, Ma) 23 Atlanti, 11, Little
RACES TO-MORROW AND FRIDAY,
Ilm Mertlui; I nib r the .ttxplns of the
(Imtli 1111 11'. Ilrlilm; Hub rrninlii"
I lrti hiM s.iHitt,
The two dia of racing which the Gen-
1U mens Drums Club will rle at r.x-
iKMiltlou DriMiiR tk to-morrow and I rl-
da pmml.se to furnish fport uf the hltrli-
"t ihuraettr Them will be four huiniss
eVints and two 1 mining rat en on tach
iltys iror.itnm and the lie M In tery
rie will be !iru and itooil ones.
Ih the IrottlnK and pat In titees the
fault st hutses In this birt of the conn
tr) wilt compete fur the handsome ami
ilimble prlres whlih are olteretl and, 111
thu greatest rlMilr exists belwtilt tha
club metnbers, niiy hiat will bo it rate
and cvrry rate will lie foiiKht out to thd
bltttr end The tnitlmes of tha club this
season hue develop! 1 sumo iry spusly
unlniils an I they will nil he on etlito for the
RouttHls of this mietlmr All the races
on the prnKriimmi have tilled well tcipt
the frrs.-for all ilass and the 2 i class,
ttWrh liiue both bun reoptlnsl, and the
t nines rm wntiii win 1 lose mis tvinuiK
it tin stmt tliui thu entries of the ruii
lilli ivici close
The two ninnlnK rices inch dvy will be
an rtttmrilve retilure or the niit'tlnu I here
ire lots of "lulil) 1ioris at the tmck
ntnv an I then will be mm" In to-da) so
that tlitTe will be no dlillcultv In b ttlnw
bl II lb fclei retar) f'linnlUKh 1111, of the
Kanis 1 Itv Jock.) Club has full rhirite
uf tl runnlui; ri i , which Is a cuirui
tie lh it thev will In siici essfull) handlnL
Th i irsis In the niutilnK rit 1 s will b
Jinn dIMlel, Jii ,lil and :. to th llrst
three hors.s The raring will benln tub
tl iv at 11 Tl o't lock prompt!), us the pro
Krnnnes .ire larte
M'CAFFERTYHAS A GOOD COLT.
Ills .pt t tly Aiipb Rati, t tpt uretl the (treat
Aim rltitu Stitki s ttrrtla at
Ilmt nt ml
New York, Mm 2s 'ihe attend men nt
thi (Invisend tnuk to ila vns kipttlown
to modi rate IIkuiis l tic umcttaln
weather tlurlni: the mnrnlm. In spite of
tin"' fin t that the ("Itiat Atnerli tin stakes for
2-)iar-old valued at llD-" to the winner,
w.ts run off. The llin fell to a KOotl start
fur the bis: race, and us .-non as the )ount;.
sters wire stnrteil iliiebprluir took the
lead, follow etl eloscl) lj) Haslet nml Apple,
irate. When Iht) turned Into the stn tell
Mi f.iffcrt), who was on .Stpleffiite, beirnn
to move up nml soon hid 11 imlsprlnK be.it
t n, w bile llnlt t I111111; on until the 1 1st fur
liin, whin Appleirnti nine tiwnv like 1
Hash and won vtrv h in III) It was n true
run race and stnmni.l th McCnfferti colt
as the best of the nar In the minds of
ibout nil the trainers at the track Sum
ITrsl nee Mile ami .1 tenth. Itim
apo I to 1", won, (.'nnnolsMiir, " to 1, second,
Imioldsli), lu to I third Time, 1 ;.
Second race I'lvt I'm lnnK, i-clllriK My
Trince 7 to 5. won, l.oiriuli, fi to 1, sec
ond , Teko, S to 1 third rime 1 01
Third ran tin at Amerlcfi stakes, live
furloiiKs. AppleRiite 2 to 1, won; Halet,
2 to 1, second. Handspring, 1 to 1, third
1 line, 1 02
l'ourth rite Oiirelle stakes, one anil one
elBhth milt s The Iluttt rlllfs 1 to 2, won,
t'lllfornli 1 to 2 second, ltoundela), S to
1. third Timt 1 Vii-
lTfth rait td fiiiloncs, ft Hlmr Dtrfir
Kllla 7 to 1" won, I'hlswlek 12 to 1 stiond,
Adtlb. rt, 3 to I thlnl 'lime, 1 i;
Sixth nee Mile and 11 --Ixteenth Sister
M.irv i tn ", won Aurtlian 20 to 1 hecond,
Kenntt, 1U to 1, third Timt, 1 304
DIXON AND GARDNER AGAIN.
Tin re I a 'Vltiii 1111 nt 011 I tint V hlrli 'Via)
lli null lu 11t1thtr 1I11I1I1 lltiw.tu
the I wo I 1 ith. rs.
Tlnrt Is nlrtndv talk of mnklnK another
nimh bitwt-iu Toinui) Dixon ant Os. ar
liardner though uoihlnn ill Unit, his )el
In en at nmpUsht.l Cardner has a mm
b hind him who li.liivts that bj luiihiilnK
din, nnt tvtliis and with a. little .tiffin m
hnndlliiK he inn In it Dixon and he si)s
ht Is wlllln? to lese some mont) on the
proposition If tho Dixon people .ire willltiR
to tr) It .tpiln
Cinrdmi s hands are not so bull) hurt as
was feared it llrst and there Is no doubt
but In u little while tin) will be as kooi)
as ever It Is und. rstood that Dixon la
vtllliiiK to make anotht r tlKht, to come oft
In six weeks, if the tl miner people will put
up enough munej.
stnln 11 Vlnr.lt 011 Hull).
Itiillinapnlls. Ind . Mai 2S The stale hatt
stoltn a nimh on Itoby nnd b a move of
the attorne) seneril ind knvernur )ester
ibi) the suit nkiinst Hob) villi bo arfttiod
lit fore the Biiprtme . oiirt June 7 and n
ds Islon will I" nndeini l.) the louri dut
Ins the vieek follow Inu th.it dale, or before
it adjourns for Its summer vacation.
The court adjourned st.rda) until
June 3, when it will convene and be In ses
sion mntlnuuiiM) until June II nt which
date It will adjourn until October
.i HtiTdis lifliiK nil day, the Hob) ease
was submitted by the lourt on mil, and
on motion of the attornty itmii nil thn ease
was adi am c I ami oral irjrument st for
June 7, and the .ipprlbes compelled to illc
tlnlr hrli-f on that du
f'.overnor Matthews submitted a elite
meiit to the court In wiltinu, which w.ts,
no doubt, the reason why the tuiioo ias
Hut for this movo the stite would not
have se. ured a dei Islon from tho supremo
iiiurt befote Oetolet and tho ltoby races
would have been In Id op-nl) and without
any possibility of IckiI restraint all sum
mer The move w.14 a surprise to the
I. rlc lb nt tbt. g. itt.
An tnterestlni? matt h Kiunn wng bowled
on tlo amnd nlle)g last nlirht between
rival teams from the I.lve Slot k exchange,
made up of olllce 1 lerk and railroad aBcnts.
Tho elerKs won by thefolowliK i-core.
1'ott. ry , no
J.tetU . M
s HI I I llll ,ll K 1(4 H.
Pan Francco. Mn 2 I'irst race-Six
and one-half fuilon.HH I'rlnce Devlne won:
Minnie Iteech, setond; J.Mita M , third.
Time. 1 2S'4
Second race ITve and one.hilf furlQiius
I'll won, (mil dad, tecoiul, Uraiid J. id),
thlnl Time 1 iistj
Thlnl rac. About n turloiiKS, Hearts
tuse won, llipselte keldiriK, second, Nellie
0 thlnl TImr 1 UN
l'ourth nice -Six tilrlontt M)ion won;
Jon ration. Fecoinl, llunjo, third Time.
1 if ih race One mile Commission won.
He.lv, second, Centuiion, tlilt.l. Time,
( oillllll llllllTs lliittk,
Council Hluffs, la, Ml) ITm race
lour nnd on. -halt furlong l.u. Da)
won Maul Leaf, nond, Hajvltw, third
Second rae 1'tve furlonkg J.iondl won,
Host 1IJ, teeoud, I'M I.e, third Time,
Third rac Slx 1'urloiiKS Hordcrer won,
S)Hau, seceud, lllue Slone, thirl Time,
l'ourth race -line and onvsixtunili miles
Dtelt won, Constant, seconl. Hat .Mallo).
third Time, 1 it
1'ifih ras 1 ' I Qne-hilf furlongs
Will Huntiunan won, Atkauas Truvelcr,
setoul, Harry yyillh, third T.me, 1 38V-.
II ins at st, j oui
St I.ouli. Mo. May 2S-t"tur thousind
pinpb attended the ratii at l'air so ta
il 111 park 10-lay Weithtrr lint ira k fast,
line- of the live favorites won In the
laM ruie Pe3r0U was llvavll) plivc.3, but
1 juII oul) toint In seiond b. 11 if Jed by
Star Ilam. the lltut foottl nil) of the
Hot Sprlnbs stable. Taraluy in the fifth
race, ran aw a) from Ms lield, with the ex-
eptlon of Linda, who was a poor second,
ritst ra e Flftten-slxteenths of a mile,
t'oiironne d Or. l to 5, won Miss Norruu, !)
to 5. second; fahlnlnj; HelK, 5 10 1, tblrj'.
Time. 1 Is.
Second race rie-eishth. of a mile; seli-
h --'ws'iaiiHiMa ti'g" irwfflHf.
Init Dhllella v t . won I.eiseman 10
to 1, sicnml, 1,111 Ins t to I thirl firm
, Tfilnl rues- Or an 1 thru tlhth miles
Hnnl l'rlhrt I it. I won. Kind Ma. k, I
l? 5. smnd, M) l'artmr, JO to 1, third
lourth la 1 Thn-e-qiiartriit of n mile
tlallnttt. H In 1 won. Mnnel, I (o 1, ei
olid, Trntnn r 1 , (hird Time, 1 II
rlflh rat. 'mi mil raradni. 2 to f.,
won. l.lndn, i 1 1 1, second, Mlim Clark,
9"! to 1, third Ilm- I W't
. Hlxth r. l"p fnrl-mas, selling Stnr
llenhi, 1ft to 1, w n. I'enr-iit. fi lo , sMond,
Toiy, 10 lo 1, third Time, 1 MM
Xi.li.lnru rildi nliillr Klllt.l
(Tntlnnatl 11 Mav is The itlendnnce at
Iifltonln sin ms The six ev.nts were
about npiall) dlvl.bd between the
favorites nn I slirttv horsrs Ihe liandlenp
wns one nf the best ever set n at the track
The trn k was fnirl) fnst lo, kev New
torn win w.m Ihe first thrtc ru e, was
thrown In the fifth rt e nni the printer
part fir Ihc Hell went owr him tint, he was
not dahRsrousI) hurt Tha l'astlme sta
bles K.ntti. ky Oiki winner, Vnlndorn, es
taped from her stall at Ihe track, nnd, run
tiliiK naltit nn Iron feint mjuted herself
Inti mail), and died snon ntt.twanl
I Irst rate Purse, six fntlntms l'qrthos,
12 U I. won. Itan-lian IS tu 1, sttond, IJls
kel 7 lo 1 thlnl Time 1 1(!,
Serond rate I'urs. one mile Toots. 2
to 1 won. Ilessle Illsland 1 to 1, second,
Mill ItO), 30 to 1, third Time 1 12.
Ihlnl late l'urse, llvi rurloni?i. He
tiMeve. S lo 1, won, Hondo, fj lo B, second,
1'rme.s, f. to 1 third rime. 1 a
l'ourth rate Handlrnp.niie mile and sew
enl) vnnls Cnvasse f to 2 won, ArniM
lio 5 lo 1, se.oiui, Hhett Cloode, 8 to 1,
third Time, 1 ir.
ITfth tare lMiise; four and one-h ilf fur
Ioiiks Minnie Civile, 12 to 1, won; Adonis,
1. tu 5 set ond i Joe Clark, 15 to 1, thlnl.
Sixth tHie SellltiK, pulse, one mile,
rniul. in, x to .'., won. Terrapin 1 lo l.sic
on!, tlntnwlih. (, to 1. third, Time, 1,42
Hi suits nt Hub),
, Itohy, Ind, Ma) 2S I'irst race Six fur
lniiKs. (Ilenold won Natlvlt), scccid,
Monte 1'enso. third. Time, 1 Iji4
second rn. o lx furlonrs. Domlnlco
wnn, Harciiard, second; I.ltttc IJI1I), third.
Time, 1 lll
Thlnl race Six furlones Medo won;
Menvermm, second; Klncsclare, third.
Time, 1 je
Toiirth race Seven furlnnps. ITorence
I' won Mnrdotte, second; Kimhcrl), third.
Tine, 1 32
ITfth rnee 1 hirteen.Rlvfasnfhe nf n tnlt.
Sptudollne won, Mops), second; Caetir,
third. Timt. 1 SI.
l'hni nil lliitilblK Club.
The foil lvvltisr scores were made at tho
toll of thi l'hocnlx Howling Club on the
Iioin! Hlkvs 1 1st IllRht
Strikes Spires. Totil
Sllvermin lu 13 iM
Low nsttln 11 10 111
Iliet 7 It 47".
S(h. II r. It, 47".
Amm s 1'. 421
1'ollsk s fi 423
lTowcr 3 10 331
Vlldiii: llnwlbic ('lul..
The followltiR scores wtrc mnde bv the
Mktnirs on the Gtand nllcvs last nlBht:
Under, n lo 12 RII
SwaiiMin ", js fyi
Nelson C 7 n 172
I'tdttson 1; ji
Nels.111 W 4 11 417
llawklnson -, in
Lawson 3 11 410
Mill I'biv tint 1 litis s,, ,,,,,,
The Jourml teim will jila) it Hxcelor
Sprlnss Sun.la), with the lllms club of
Ih it pliee MimiiRtr Hotter would like to
ht.ir from all clubs out of tht ilt) whlth
would like to at rinse v-imes with 1 4 trout;
bam Adtlress J T l'ortir, 417 Htst
Twelfth street, Kansas Cit). Mo The fol
lowing pliv.irs ai e requ. stttl to melt to
nht 11 417 Hnst Twilfth stmt Sher
wood I lrick Wendill, Downinp MtKh,
.Md'nldcn, Hunt, Cluedon ind Williams
I psillll 11. llu Will Hi. Itlln ln-llll.
London, Ma 2 At Hpom to-morrow,
tht Dtrliv of It 1, win be mn The follow -lilt;
Is .1 list of the tu tillable st irt. rs
I'aunon s toll, ('1117011 I'oppirs flllv,
1 lout Mipli's colt. Kirk 1 onn.'l Hould
worth s iDIt I.avuii, .lohnstnii s colt, I.t -viu.
Lord I)erti)'s lolt tiliindti Maples
tolt. The nwl. McAlmont s .oil Kit un
it ill ltosiber)' colt, Sir stn IIusscU'h
cult Slow step rnlrl.'s coll, feolaio. Duke
of l'ortland'ii colt, Troon
Ituie bin. rs it I pmiii.
Hlisom. M.i) 2x The ucsb ote race for
2-1 e.ir-olds was won bv Daniel Cooper s
llllv Stipcntim bv st Strf out of l'oot
llRht Mt LeH.in.i) s Cmf. w t hlmos was
siiond ami tht Duke of I'ortl.ind's Hlste
fod thlnl Tlnrt wit. rli . starters The
l.psom ITite was won 1 J H.sts chest
nut horse. Worcist.i, sin . ho l'mza sec
ond ami Atcanci third Nine s.arted.
Dirt 11I11 rut r Itrt il.s 1 It. tortl.
IrfJUlsvllK. Kv , M n 2s-M 1'. niren
berKcr broke the wurlls n ord for one
third of .1 mile llv Ins start tiiip.iied, it the
I'ountnin I'eir) track to .'iv Hn rodo the
dt'tnnee In 0 3i. i-Z The fornur rei ord was
held b) Arijiur Unillntr who made tho
distance In 0 X) 1-5 at v altham
VI luulnll M;ik.'-a 1,1 1 ml 1 1 it ti
Professor MukkIoII made a run last niKht
in the billiard rooms nf the .Midland Ir el
vvhti'h Is a viorld Imi.' The came w.iB
1M or no count M iv!oU won, mikinir
the 1,000 from the break, which never has
been done before
Tho following plivers are reauested to
mtet at Union dtpot nt 'i a m to-mnriow:
1 nnries ituiKtii, 1 rami vv mm rt Thomni
liriitnmim; sari iv Klnni) Auiiust Shu
m)ir, LT.iiidi JJtst Jerrj James, Jaj rul-
tun, Al Combs
A. ItoOUItS. Manager.
M3S I'lttivi I Hi: LOklMA,
Indleatliius Tint souui DM,,r llu. He
fall. 11 tin. i,,,. 1.
Pan rranelsi o, Mn 2S A dispatch
was nttlvcil to-nlffbt li) the father of
ono of the iKiHstritfits on tho l'aclile.
mull stiamshlp Colima from Mananill.i,
"Saved. Will who pnrtlctilnrs later"
Th Collitm snlhil fnun Pan una nml
way potts m May lSth and this is tho
llrst invvs that an) tiling has Inppotuttl
to her Mnnisiiiilla H ubniit half way
between San illns and Aiapulio, Me
lio, und the t'tilima nt this tl.ito vvoulil
lliuo been ill that ielnltj,
1 lit. at llliiib 11, viu,
rittsbtitK. Kns Mav ;s (special ) The
greater part of tht busintss portion of
Mlnden, 11 minliitr town In Missouri nine
miles east 01 l'ltisbur w is tl.stroyeil by
tire list nlBht I'.Ik'Iu buabuss houseH were
burned Willi a. loss of J-M.ogO, Insurance,
I I IK ilt Half Ma. I.
M.i)or Davis v.sttnKiy ordered the la
over the .Id hall dlspiaiid at half mist
on aetount of the death of Secretaiy of
llltllli' UH.Ms m iiti;.
Sedalla Mo. Ma) JS (npeelal ) Hev. J
J, Wilklns pastor uf St Haul npUcopal
cliurih. Drs .Mums la, his received .1
call to CaHnr) I pl.t opal chunh. of this
cll nt a salar) of .'5ii ptr annum
ltHltlmore, Ma 2x-Mrs Marlon Purlin.
1718 Attjultb sti.it upMe.l to have lu en
Ins me, muium I h r lj.ur-old .luiKhttr,
Mimle, this nu.ui by luttlntt her throat.
she thfcii tommittcd suicide In a like man
list l'arls, Mny 2 M T.ouls Hasteur, the
dUtliiKUlslKid I'mith ihnnlst, who uf re
cent ears has attained 1. maikabln re
sults in the prtventlon of h) iruphobla by
Inoeulatlon. has refu..l a Durman decora
Hon which has ln.n awarded to him as a
result oi 111s luuoia
Huston, Ma) .5- Ihe siventieth annlvcr
ssr intetliiK of Hie Amsricm Unitarian
Assoclition was in Id hire to-di) The ie
port of thu tu usurer shou an expenditure
iluiiiiif the lear of lire,12.', u Imlunce on
hand of 1750. Th thureh hulldins loan
fund umountk to $111 uu) and the general
fund to lUi.OW)
bt Louis. JJu , Miy 2S Tho lluslncss
Men's I.eairin ot this .It) hits wired invl
billons to N II Hurvty, "Coin," ami Hon.
llobwull a llorr to hold their debate In St
Limls on tin tbisii) that It Is neutral
yiuund, with a li.iei nuuiber uf udhcrentii
of both polled With the Invilutiun fe'oea
tho offer of hall an i other courtesies.
London, Mu .1 -The Standard's Mos
cow corresiion lent sen Is to that papu an
account vvlilih the Kumlan eensoishlii
would not allow ti bt sint b) telegraph,
of a riot in a lottm mill ut Ivanovo. In tho
district of T kt.i i In uhlth the operatives
killed the I.iiKllsl manauer named Craw
shaw and mutlluU his body be) ond rec
o.nltlon. St. Louis, Mo. Miy 2x Hlchaid Hoes
witter tho bookketr of the Steiiel
brewer), who was rubbed of IbMO iistcr
du) whllo on his wa) to the bank, has
Identified John Hrenuan and l'atrick
O Neill as hivinvr been JmnlLated in the
hollup. These nun are anion,' nine ar
rested as susp ts Tlu) be'ur hard rep
utations None of tht stoleu money haa
licca found yet.
TO BE BURIEDJN CHICAGO.
Sunlnrj tin b mi's llniiinlus III He In-
ti rri il In ()iilui.....l ( 1 mt t. rt lu tint
I Itv clilrlan.l VMM Mlrnil.
Wihlnpton, Mnj 2 ii ington wn
hirll) pnpar. t for Ihe nun inn menl of
the death of Secretary nf 8 itc Walter tj
tlresh-vm, nhuh occurrl at siiiti n late
hour -Mondi) nlnht that 11 was not Known
tn tho iinldlo until read in the tnornlnij pa
lters to-di), for although Ihe fatal lettnlnn
timi of the lerlotis nines had befn fore
cast, thtre was no telterat apprehension
thit the eh.l vroul 1 come sn joon lTn
wire lowsrel 10 half mnsl on nil puhll.
bulldltiKi anl many business, hoiwc. of
Id ill business w for thi time laid aside
bv the hlBher olllcfrs of Ihe government
and the members of all ollMal circles, to
Kther with prominent peopl In private
life, hastens.) to Arlington hotel, where the
llrehiitis have mnde tht ir homo In this
ell), lo leave their cards and messn -g of
The president and Mrs. Cleveland cnllsd
tllirlnc Ihe niornitiK nnd were Tor half alt
hour with Mrs Andrews the daiichler ot
the deal mm nnd Mr into Urtsham, th
son Afterward the president ant ttverat
numbers of the cabinet hell a tonferenre
nt the Midi I hum. to consider the nr
ranciments for Ihe fitnetnl, and later In
the diy the president ited .1 pro. Initiation
im)llii a warm trllniln tn the charietir uf
his secrctarj ot stale Tlure was also a
tiieHliiii of the diplomatic conn at the
ilrltiah embassy, where approprlnlc action
The funeral ceremonies In W.Khlncton
wl be of n setul-olllclal ihnraclcr, as Ihey
will be held In the Mist room of tho While
House with the presl lent and his cabinet,
justices of the supreme totirt ambassadors
and ministers represt ntillve of Ihe de
pirttnenls nnd (he nrtnv ind navy nml
others president, and all olldlal business
will ho suspended for Ihe tin).
Major Cener il Hncer will command all
of the mllltar) fnrcts stallotud about the
cnpltol, which will art as an e on for the
funeral part) Irnm the White House to the
depot, where a special train will b- In rend
hit s lo convey the pirt) to ChltnKo. Tho
triln will leave Washington shortly nfter
noon nnd will have t ti board Presldtnt
Cd velind and all of S -. ret.iry Oresham's
cnldiituts tit the cihliiet who will follow
tli boly to the Ktave The seven iiblnet
ollders with Assistant Sis rttary 1'hl who
is nelliifr sicretury of slate, will ollUlate ns
active p illlfarers If S.sreturv Carlisle
does not reaih the city In time from Ten
nessee ho will Join tho funeral pari) at
omn point on the route Hon Wilson S
Ili'sfll, ex-postmistir Reneril, Ins also
Iwen Invited to accompanv the remains lo
Chicago and It Is expe ted he will start
from litre While the d. nils ot the ct ro
monles; In Chicago are ) t Incomplete, It la
settled that brief services will be held on
Thurdi) ifttrnoon at the cemetery to
which the boil) will be bortit, nciompinled
h) i mllitnrv escort, In hnrnionv with the
dy nnd St.rclnrv (Irish ims well known
lOV lltV tn bis ni.! flni.. tinr n..rll Inn.
Tho body will b plieid temporarily In a
vault In Oikwood timctir), inndlnn; Ihe
decision hv the fitnll) reKardlni,' lis llnal
A lirse number of nicssiKis of condolence
were n-Ltlvetl by Mrs i.reshim to-da)
from all ovir the United States and man)
I'ltOOI.AMAIION 111 CI.i:ii;i,tM).
I lie I'nslibut lakes Olllrlnt 1'oRulr nice or
s.ir.lar.i l.rt -li mi's D.ntli.
WashlnKton, Mny 2S-Tho president to
da) issuetl a proclamitlon, in which he
' Waller Q flreshim srcretnry of Etato
of thn Unltttl Stltes, is .it ad.
"The- ptesldtut. in nuikliiK thli tllstreFS
Imr announct ment to Ids icllovv countt)
tni 11. spiaks from the d 1 ths of a pttoniil
iilllictlon to ic mind tin in thi), too hive
lost a pure und ublo public s.rvant. n wise
and patilotlc Kinir.llin of all thtlr rlithts
nnd Intertsts a mnnl) and lojnl American,
and a Kcturous and lovable mm. As a
tiultiihlt! ixpiisslon of iiiiilounl licrcuvc
mt nt I direct that tht diplomatic npit
s.ntatlvts of the t'nite.1 hintes In nil for
elcn countrlts tlisplnv the II ik ovtr tlnlr
embissics nml Itsntlons at hilf mist for
tin dais, that for .1 like period tho Hk of
tho I'nited States be dlsplnietl at half
mast ut nil fortn and mlllttr) jiosts, and
ut all navnl stations and on all vessels of
the I'nltetl Stites.
'I furtht r order that on the day ot the
fui'tril thn ixecutlve dopartinenti In tho
clt) of Washington bt1 t lnsod and that on
all publlt luilldlnKM tlnnimhout the I'nlte.l
Stitts tho national ilm be dbiilavxt at
half-mast. CItOVLIt CLUVHLAND."
Mlt. (JIU'.MI Wi's si'LC'l SSdlt.
Several aints simi.ttd but Nntliliii; Dell
lilt. Is Known.
WashliiRton Mi) 2s There Is conldera
bln spi cull Hon In polltlclins nntl otht ri
outsdlo of tht adinlntsttatlon ah to tin sue
cestui tu Sttiet.n) (iieHlinm Hiomlneiit
ainnm; the narm s ruintlon.d in this n n
nectlon ute thos. nf Attoinev i.tmral Ol
111), Mr I'hl, th. prc-i nt iifslstnnt ncic
tnrv of stntt . S. n nor CSmj of Deliwurc
Ainbnsnidors lltvattl and liustls t h.eii
tar) Whltnev mil e-rostrnast(r Oineial
Dickinson All the pmcie. lints are how
evtr, spiculntlve ns the Mil1J1.it has 11. .1
been mentluni tl, much Ii-s dlst uss b tho
pn sldent 01 mv one lu Ids ctintldeiiei,
All thlnus loisfletetl It Is thotiKht n
choice villi not I. ilctlnltcl delumlncd
upon for somo time yet.
A JCi iiiii st 1 rtuii Indiiiii.
Indian inolls, Ind May 2x A number
of tltlcns tint at tho Bovunors room In
the state house at 2 p in. to-dav to sco
whit c.nill lit don. towards hiviiiu the u
milns of Sn 1 1 tar) elresham bioiif,hl to
this city for public viiw
The follow Ins dlspuch lo meet tho desire
of th. men pn sent wnsslKtiedb) Oovtrnor
Mattht ws and M Dor Denny It was din 1 1
td to Otto Clrtshim who It. now in Wash
ington '011r fatht r was in honond ilt
im of our stnle. and It Is thu dtsiio of the
people of Indium, and of tho clt) of In
dianapolis that his leimilliH be petmlti.tl
to lie In btate one di) lu our capitol bulld
t'p to a lite hour this iftctnoon no nply
had been ice civ ed.
1 bigs at llulf xt tst lu 1 oniinii,
London May !. Main Ann rieins called
at the United ht.it. t c mb.iss) ind at tho
I'nited Statis consulate to-da), IiivIiik
their cird with expiesslons of sjmpithy
with the fnmll) of Mr On shun in tin lr
btrc.ivetnint. The 11 iks nn the Villi, d
States tmbassy anl I'nlte.1 btius ..insu
lite were hall inast.d and so weic the
Hans on the Amerl 111 ixilnmces as w.ll
as upon snvciiil oihei liulldlnss Thn Kirt
of Kiinbtil) Mtreinry of stntt foi foreign
nlfalis has m ut to I'rtsbhnt CUvilind an
expi-e'sslin 01 his v.r) ureut itrtt at tho
death Of Mr Grcsham.
(If ( nilr.e Hi. Ill, I.
Detroit Tree l'rcss; A messenger hoy ib
Itvcrctl a note to the occupant uf 1111 otld t
in tho Hnmmoml I ull.llntr the utlu r du),
but nfter InliiK anowetcd "All risht," liu
"I slid It was all rlrfht," said tho man
at the idsk us lie turned around,
"Ves sit "
"Is thi re nnvthinK to pa ?"
"N'u. sir "
Then what do ou xviintf" w ih tho quer
ly, in he took tht luush fotm the mucl
1 ik.t luiltl. to paste 1111 nivelopo which was
pot proptily Kiimmed
"VVnliln"' rtplltit the buy,
J'nr that1" 1 huckled thn lad, ns tho con
tleniin natheil out unit slid the brush into
Ills. Ink buttle und picked up and dipped
ills pen lu tho other.
s ut.! Itlouii On r tin. ( urn.
Omaha, Net). .May 2S The hot winds
cniillnutil to blow with teirllllo fouo
thruufrh.iiit N'elnaska lo-di Small
main is belni,- dnmnireil cousiiKr.ihl) lint
corn l In wood condition and not likely
to bo nltuctetl by n vvoik of blmil.ll
wi other Jn some localities tho hld'h
windb have blown smid r tlio toiu
and In thU way d.un.iKo may result.
larlntd f .vitrebaiidltn lliiriietl,
Rt Joseph Mo, May 2 (Special JSonie
tramps sit lite to a curia id of iiitrchiudise
on a Kansas Clly, St Joseph ,v Council
Willis ti iln niar tnla city o-d.i) and tht
who!, train was for a lime in datirfir, the
lire n Ins fanned b) -A unllie wind The
cir and contents were eutirdly deslro)cd
The .ir was billed from Kansas City to
1 Ire ITiusts ki.J1,llilll H111111.-11 In Toptki.
Topeka, Kas , May 2 (Spi cl il ) A 111 0
In the ilollilni; stole of Clements A. Chaf
fee last nit. tit dimutcd the stock about
jaOnd The tire was caused b) a defective
electric lifcht win Tht firm carried j,0el
lutll Mitinliiii; at Kfllil, I, I,
South MiAIestii 1 T May 2S (Special )
This niornlmr at Kribs I T, Htifch Will
lams, a imiiei, shot Jack lloile, anjthcr
miner, kllllnc him Instantly. The thootuisr
Blew out of a personal dilllcult), eoinbln d
with Choctaw beer, Williams was arusltcl
and taken to 1'ort Smith for trial.
( ive It Ii.
Mrs. Urban "So jon feared to remain In
the country un longer t Were ou afraid
Mrs Law nv 111" "No. I was atratd of tho
terrible, dots we had to have to scare
'SOUND MONEY" IN THE EAST
O.s, (II Atll IA1IIIN OI'l.M.H
I -Srnititr ! iliiiiinils Wa (ho I'rlnrlpil
spiitkcr. Mint llcnsetl tlio llehi-
tlims tl.twirn (Inl.l mul s.
ver tltbir spukcu.
1'hlladelphln. May 2 The openlnit eun of
the sound money campaign In the IVist tin
tired to-night at an mthiifdutlc public
mcellne In the Atadtni) of Music The af
fair was under the lnanaRitnctst ot n
Krotip of the best known financial anl bu
lne men of the community nnd attracted
wide attention, nltnott over) tat In the
pirn,utl nnd two of the tiers btlnc occu
pied The audlenco ctnlirnced many of
I'hlladelphln's representative clllrens Tho
principal speakers of the evening were
ex-fnlled Stntes Setmlor (leorce V 1M
munds, ex4:omptrntler of the Currency
William Jj Trehholm, CohKresman Mich
ael D llarler, of Ohio; ex.Mlnltr to Itus
sit Charles llmor) Smith ntnl James War
ton Chnlrmnn ltobert. In Introducing cx
Scnator Kdmtinds, said that the inteting
was for the purpose ot edticatlni; thos
who had no opportuhll) to study the ques
tion of the Importance ot ndherlne strlet
ly to a strong moral Inteitruv of tver)
thlnt; relatltiB tu the llnntices of thu toun-
in the IBlnnlnp Mr IMmunds sail that
the sound money question mutt be decldtd
bv inimical action, not partv attlun, hut
that kind of uctton the Honnns used to
speak of when no mm wis for pirtv, hut
all for Iht state. (luotlllK Thomas Jeffer
son words that "the whole art of kov em
inent '..insists In the art if Ih inir honest"
he said: "That phrase Is worthy to bo
written In letters of roll ond plieed tn
Iront of every public edlllic In ever) hntnM
on tho continent In a careful report pr -pire.1
for Ihe b. netlt of the lTrst coner.rfi
JilTirson Slid thit tho question of the dif
ference between the value of fcold nnd sil
ver ns money was purely n commercial
question. It did not dtpeiid on lei;lliitlon
or tho fancy and tnstt of men, hut on
commerce, which rtfjulatcs tho price of
The speaker then discussed tho varia
tion In value of the two metal. "If any
faith can be put In hiitnin experience" he
said, "it ouUit to teach us that we cannot
mike a Mvm amount of sliver worth nn
more when it ts printed at the mint with
the stamp of the United States than it was
"W hen the act nf 1S73 was passed to stop
sllvtr colmtiie all the prlnclpil countries
of Luropo vute comlns to have a single
"If the last congress hid passed on
March 3. the last day of Its session, what
is HOW X Oelfl tonsil iVlltnnilPil 1., l.n r-.x.
colnnijo pioplo even owner unit producer
of silver bullion would take his ounce of
sliver lo the mint worth 1.3 and 45-100 cents
and net J1?J and 2S-Ki-and havlm," cot
more thin two silver dolnrs for his ounce
of siivii, he would come to the workltiR
innn to whom he owes It for labor nnd
snv. 'If I brouRht It In metal, It would hive
taken ten pounds, but I have taken benefit
of tho Untied States' otllce nnd had It
stunned and )ou must take live pounds
of It "
Mr. Hoberts next Introduced cx-Comp-troller
Trcnholm. who said:
"We are here to-night biciuse we recor
nuo tht ravltv ot tho situation and np
preclite the Importince of doln all wt can
towatds brlm-lnc nbout a rlsht solution ot
the free llnr colnnue question "
Hy Kt neral admission, the speaker said,
the Kold Idc 1 nnd the silver idea are ir
reconcllible A decision ns to which is
the rliiht one can onl) be reached bv reis
onitiKs prcdlcatid upon ficts nnd Kiilded
bv IokIc it will be found that the I-sue
now confrontltiK us his be. ome serious
onlv because the two pr. at political pirtles
hive nt one time or another and on om
pie 1 und arother courted the support ot
those who have entertnlntd or affected to
entertain the Idea that the coin ikc nf sl
vet dollirs is so essential to the welfirc
nnd hiipplnets of tin people nf the Unite.'.
States tliat all other polltit il questions
should be subordlnite to It Upon the
lew ot 1573, makinj tin dollar of i"i S-10
nlns of uolil 'sjft line the monetary unit
nt our eoln.iKe jtnm rests nil thit Is solid
and prospective!) pcrnnnent In our entire
mont tarv tm The principle of a
dctlnite and unchiiiKeible motintnrv unit
Eluded us to resumjtlon In lx7i, and slnc
thtn It has secured for us ultimate "nfetv
In all thf vlt Ubltutles ot business and ill
the commenlil nr I fimimlil panics that
have swept over our countr).
Clls AMI IHJI.s, AMI SI'Itllli:.
All (lib! Tin or) Wlidb l'rt vulls Amuiifr
sin 1 1 tnr XIi 11.
"Thf re's one of them cats ag-iln'"
ejaculated .1 dtlver of an Kast Side
huii.tf.ir ns he sent the btake hinillo
whlrlinic and brought tho vtdiklt m n
stop Then he fastened the reins to tlio
il'ishlin ird, and dlsimumtinf,- ptutetded
to kick 11 little ilatk heap olf one ci tht
The "llttlo ilnik heap" proved to he .a
cat, which, unlike cats, did not stuttv
oft: '.vheti tickled r.ttlur fotcibly in the
ribs with a heav boot tne, but rather
vvubbli'tl nwax, stemliik'lv l.i.ith to no
"Them c.Ub is a caution." said tht
driver, as ho jumped on the platform,
b'r.ispid tho telns In his left, and 10
vctsetl tilt btnko xvlth his ilfjht hand
nml tirKctl the hot -is to make up foi 1 jst
time "A caution?" lopeatcd the pas
heiiKcr, st indium outsldt to enjo) .1
smoke Theio were Intel roKitlon in irks
in hit. tone tli.it wet a not lust upon tho
"Why, a cnutlon for sure," slid tho
dtlvet. "Didn't jou tvtr hc.11 of cats
"Suicide!" e-xclaimcil he who smoked;
"no I should E.t) not."
"Well, tit, they do," went on tho
dtlvtr "I have seen it doeu of them
mjhclf commit sulildo tlk'ht on this
joati. That cat I Kicked olf tho track
light now wanted to kill herself That's
tho wav tlicy do it como nntl lie In
ftont of tho tnr to tret inn over, Just us
it Christian mlKht do. That ono'Jl como
luck ami set undu tlio wheels of tho
next car dt.nl line Nn matter how vo
watch them, wlnn tiny want to net
killed they tri-t killed Wo wouldn't care
so inueli, but they nearly alvvnys lcnoek
the car off tho mule. Tho dogs ate the
woist that W'ay "
"DoksI" almost (,-nspeil tho pnbsonitei,
who nit he w.ib tnlkliit; to a philosopher
and had talltd to notice that his clsm
iian Bone out
"i'ts, iIiiks," repe.ttetl the ilrlvtr,
MoK"'. Just like tho cats and tho people,
Ket titctl of life and get lid of It, under
tho wheels. In the nlb'ht time, when tho
strctts mo quiet and there nro no small
imjs lo annoy them, tiny steal out to
die. They don't seem to know of any
other way of Buitlng Killed txcept to bo
run over "
Then the driver pullod up to allow a
pissenKir nn old. belated worn in to
Ket on ' That old vvomin," lestimeil the
driver when wo stoned nK.iln, "puts me
in iiiiiui or a una irisn tcirier mat was
killed b) my own car last )car, llu was
the pet of a poor old Irishwoman, who
lived down thero near the ilver Her
husband was dead and her children
finm her, and she had no company but
the iIok, The old creatine, was real fond
of him, and h ns fund of lior. Hut she
died and he inner did uny eood after
that Ho wouldn't eat any, vv indered
urouml sort of cast less and sad lonklu',
"Thin he tried to tret In ftont of the
cms, but wo alwaya saw him lu time
und diuvo him away. At last he uc
ctedod. I stopped to let on 11 paity, und
what cPyo think but ho st ili up nnd itot
tn under the platform, end the first
thliiB I heatd wus a whine and
a Kratln', and we were off the truck
nnd theio lay the body of tho tortier."
New Yoik Journal.
T Inn Mn Marti d.
Washington Star. They had been slltlne
In silence fgr two minutes, each of which
seemed llko an ae. The clock chimed 11,
and she suppressid a )awn.
"Are )ou Interested lu baseball. Jlr. Sta.
latef" she asked we.irll).
"Vis. I used to Ida) shortstop"
"Indeed? 1 shorn 1 think that )our qual.
Hies .would not havo iltted ou for an)
thins but jonbstop"
HrooKlyn Life; Tom "I have seen the
Blrl I want to marrj. I stood behind her
at this window this morning, and it took
her se'vtu minutes to buy a $ tint cltvatcd
railmaii lb ket "
Kill) "Did that make you want to mar
Tom-"Yej; I ll-ared she could, never
.snend piy. income atthat rate,'1
Matter- In the Western 1 rcl-jlil l'ool Need
AilJn-tlliK I iirnliii-s ut Two
UhlertRo, 111, Mny 2 The Renernl
mnnajrers of the lines formlns tho West
ern frrlKht inxil met to-da)' nt the oltleo
of Trunin Mannser lllrd, tif tho ChlcnRK,
Mllwntikoc & St. 1'nul. Tor some tllno
the pool hni heen working In a manner
iitititlsfnetory to tho nmjorlty of Its
members' Some lines httvc been run
11I tier far over their tierconlBKCn nnd
others far In-low. The ronds which have
been ci rrl UK tho cxtr.i frelKht hive
bet n cnllltiff fur it hew ?cnlo of cree!it
tiRes, nnd tlio ftllows who nre behltul
havo bi'tti objectlne; to It. At the meet
Inu tn-dity a notice of withdrawn! from
tho iwal, ifficllvo In sixty ilaf, was
sent In hy the Iron Mountain, ltmblllt)
to protect Its Interests while a consistent
member of the Vi! w-tts nlven 119 the
cause for withdrawal A commlttc of
Ilvei was npiMlnted to draw tip n plan of
reorRnnlzntloit for the pool and to pre
pare a new si ale nf pertetitnKts. It will
niwrt within n day or two
The April statement of the Chlratfo,
IiiiilltiRtnn fi tiulncy road, Issued to-dny,
Is soniethlnc; of nn Improvement over
Ihe reMirts for the llrst llitvc months ot
the J ear. In April the rood's net earn
Ihtfs fell ofT hut C2 7xl The delicti for
the month was but Jtn,707. Tor the three
Ilrsl months of the jtar the decri'iso In
net enrnlni; nvcniKtil J230.O0O n mntitli,
nntl tho iKllelt uviratfcd ithotit J3),0oo a
month. Tlio sross oarnlims of tho road
for April were 2,3.1S,1I4, the total ch iri?
es nnd enses were W.SI'.xsl, n dellclt
of 110,707, nntl n tlecrensp of 2,7M from
the same month of last jear. Urom
Jnnuuty 1 t" A pi II TO the itros cnrnltiKS
have been Jl.032,107. tho tot'il eiietits
and chnrKOs, $'J,312,3S0, n ilcllclt of J2x0,
270 and n dtvreno from tho sumo pttlod
of 1x31 of Sir,03a
The carnlmrs of tho Atchison system
proper for the thlid Week of Mny
were aC1,760. nn lliciestso of J73.315 over
the same week of last xear. Tor the
mouth to tluto the o.irnlnr have been
SI.fl4!,2r,, nn increase of StU.M
The mrnlnff of the St. Louis & S.in
rnnclsco for the wtck were $107,323, nn
Inctvnso of $7,740; for the month to tlatc
the eirnhifs were $301,482, nn Increase of
The onrnltiKs for tho Atlantic fi Pn
clllc were for the week $nI,3SI, an In
crease of J31,3GG; for tlio month to date,
$247,0jS, nn lneiene of 361,1X3.
The fiirntnirs ot the Atchlon system
nil lines were for the week $7CO,!f!3, an
Increase of $111,430: for the month to
date, $2,19G,S1S, an Increase of J13S1GI.
1 unlet! Our tn t'ngiiii.
St Paul, Minn . Mav 2S Tho Orejron
Short Lino & Utah Northern railway,
or such iiortlou of that svstem as lies
within the Jurisdiction of the Klfrhth cir
cuit of tlio United Stntes court, will bo
mn do over bv the ncelvers ot the Union
I'acillc to J. M. L.ikiii, the receive!
named by Judfto Gilbert of the Ninth
ciicult 01110 time ngo Tho transfer will
be made with some limitations and con
ditions named bv JuilKe Sanborn to
day, when the order was handed down
The t'otitt orders the transfer of tho
ptopertv fiom the lecelvtrs ot the Union
Pacific to tho receiver nppolntcd by
Judge Gllbeit, on tho pixmuit by the
Ametlcan Loin and Ti ust Company of
the sum amount of tlio Interest due on
the llrst mortgage bonds., which became
due lVbrunry 1. 1SJ3, nnd Interest on
that Interest, with a provision tint tho
new tecelvcr shall pav all subsequent
interest maturing on the first mortfriKO
bonds as the same become due; and If
he fnlls he shall Immediately surtendtr
possession of tho propel ty to the incsent
,Tude;o Sanborn declines to make nn)
provision In the- order other tlrin that
contained in Judge Gilbert's older with
rei. rence to tho Issuance of recelvei's
Tho amount ot Interest duo on I'eb
nnry 1 was $447,000. Similar applica
tions will bo made. In San rrintlsco and
Pottlnnd for tho poitiom. of the road In
Appointed (lent nil l'assciiRcr Agint.
Denver. Col, Mav- 2S Receiver RIs
tlne. ol the Colmailo M.idl.tiitl 1 illtoail.
has appointed W V Hallty, of Chicago,
who ii now In the i-ervlto of the Kile
lnilioad, as genual passenger agent of
tho Coloiado Midi ind
kv oi.L'i ion or Tin: t.uitsi:.
I iikII.Ii Oitlis Unlit rpnii thn C'liitiubil
Mmlel nf Ant b ut Hints
All Hngllsh oiths are built on tho ca
nonical older, but few of them survive
The ehui chninn did his cm sing In a
methodical nntl dualled fashion, sa)F
the Ixindun Stnndard. Ileglnnlng by In
voking the damnatory lnllueiico of the
heavenly powers, he tint ton-lgned his
victim to misery en inasso Then lit1 be
gin with details nnd euistd lilui netoid
lng to place and time ' Mav ho be
dunned xvherovir ho be, whether In tho
house or stable, the girden or tho field
or the hlghvvny, or in tlio path, or In
tho wood, 01 In tho water, or In tho
church." Next In time ami cltcum
tdances, "May he bo cursed In living', in
d)ing, In eating and drinking, in being
hungry, in being thirsty, In lasting. In
walking, In standing, in sitting, In ly
ing, In working, and In resting." Then
came tho personal details, "May ho be
cutsed In tho hair of his head, In his
titnples, in his fotehend, In ills eatiS, in
his )s," and bo on through his he irt,
liver, lungi. nnd kldnejs, right down to
his too nails all of which curse was to
tako eftett unliss the curseo repented
nnd made s ttisfactton
When the common people took to curs
ing they followed alar off this excel
lent model, and there btlll lurks among
them n tllspnslilou at odd times to treat
with less than itspett onu another's
rye-i. Oaths stilctly on tho canonical
model held tlio ndmlr ition of seafaring
men down to a lato period, "Shiver my
tlmbtis" wns one of thorn, and Captain
Mairjut's sailnis, who vowtd by their
own and other piople's llveis and
lungs, were followers of tho ancient
school Savage peoples have little skill
in cursing. To curso with elfect requlns
Miino dellnlto notion of hades. .Most of
tho (luasi-clvllUtd natives of Asia ox
ectatt', how over, with much oisu nnd
lluency, Tho Jupatuse nro a singular
t'xttptinn, und It is a high tribute to
tho gentleness of their manners thit
their language should contain no
"swedilng won'A." Affording ita Sir
IMwln Ainold, tho severest word one
Jap can apply to unother (without dip
ping Into Kugllbh) lb "fellow," and high
condemnation Is found In tho woids,
"there, thero," Hindoos, on tho other
hand, curse with fenrftil ease mid full
ness, und quite throw tha excom
miiulcatiiig priest In tho shade. 1'or
not only do they cuieo tho Immediate
subject of their wrath In all his parts,
but all his oncestois. back to Adam
by both tho male and female line, The
Koibeii.cn had a heaven, of a kind, in
their HDthology, but no hades. There
fore, they totild consign their enemies
tn nothing woiso than oblivion; but In
tho Sag ib they do a wonderful amount
of cut slug, all to tako elfect on cattu.
Hon 11 lluiuiigetl 'Jtituplcie t'liu lie llci-
tortd to I'btfiiluvM.
The demagnellzition of watches which
liuve become magnetized throuKh coming
In contact with tho influence of dynamo
tlectrlu machines ot high tension forms
the subject of a tonununliatlon to the
Hiho dig Mines. It explains that the very
hard steel med for the olhnltr wheel of
ordln iry watches U apt to become hlghl)
magnetized when brought near d)nnmos
limning; and this magnetization, combined
with the tarth's inatjntlloiii alw a s cauatj
the watch to gtt slow, ami often tubtop alto
gether. In order to annihilate this mag
netization, a natural magnet or a powerful
electro-magnet must be placed In a hori
zontal position on a table, for instance,
and the watch held horizontal!) about half
a )ard off on a level with the magnet. The
watch must then be brought slowly nearer
the magnet, whllo being turn"ti.,wy und
at the same time as teyularij possible,
between the fingers, as on a verccle axis
Wnen the poles of tho magnets uro reached
mv luruuiK ut me iiuii-u lb (O lie e'Otltlnued
while belns gradually withdrawn ..mil th..
starting point Is leached. Tilts simple
method bus often been adopted wltil the
jLawlr.ii tcsulU. ""w iiuws 1
HYPNOTIZED BY A THIEF,
lly Mrs. .M. I llajno
"There lun't anjboJy 11 Inff who can
hjpnotlzo mcl" ,
' lion I 1 too sure. Ionora, ' ald her
httcbsind, ")nu cannot nnonl lo run a tilt
agnltut science "
"Hut 1 deny that It Is clene. What ho
ever ltsen proved b) h)pno!rsm' It !" ',
Ifh to argue nbout It, for 1 wilt not mi)
admit thero Is such a thill. The shtcxv l
lieoplc who co about tho country Klvlns'
exhibition of their power are nlna)-- in
coIlUKlon with mint one In the audience
) on know that xotiflf, Neil " ....
' Nothing of the kind," retorted Ned, 113
Mrs Ibtrl called her htiMwinl "It l 1 s 1
rtite lhat Is )et In Its Inrnncv, nn 1 tli i
arc only a few Individual who hnvt tin
h)pnotlo power nnd are able to thrm I
positive subjects Into a trance Hut I h v
seen It done, and It Is wonderful wotid 1
ful" "Whit did )oil c?' . ...
"f itnw a voting man rllmb wills llk- a
cat, drink milk out of a Fnticer, eiti li t
moufe and then witnh III face nnd hnii l-j
as a cat dots And when he cam. out '
the tiimoe he ha I no l.lin that he had timi"
anv of these Ihlnitu, or that he had tun
" Hum'" sniii ,r liarl, Incretlulntislv "t
don't believe 11 vvurd of it. If he did nil
that Jou say he did ha wns simply n ton
splrntor And what sool tan tie h a. fat -tilt)
bring to Miitue, I should like lo
know? Where l thi sftentific value In
nillng like n est or monke) 7
"WIi), don't )-otl see, dear. II Is the xeri
llcntloii of n theor) 7 '
"No. 1 do not see. And I am not pure
Hint I would believe It It I did ce It. Tho
whole slot k In trade of those hvpnolizers
Is the tKiwer of producing- nn Illusion. I
dtfv anv ot them to iDpnolIrn me."
"I had Intended asking you to go Willi
trte to lh exhibition to-night "
"And lie transmogrified into 1 cat" .
lndted. If I make a sacrifice of mis If
In the euuso of re hint, It must be f r
something wurlh while. ot havo jet 1
com liii nn, N..I, Hint what von tall
tho hipnolii sleep Is not buincil to help
carry out th 1 1 in of the h)ptiotlzer. or
as a, means if m ulng n sensiition Therf
Is no one living who could, by n few ri
diculous passes a stare, or pressure of
ni) thumbs, mike tin. do an) thing I dltl
not choose to do "
"Hut )ou acknowledge, do von not, that
a strong will can control a weik one?'
'les, und nlnnVn .mild, but that U ni
old as the dais of Alain, who was evi
dently In subjection to live I snpposo
feme one will mv that deep sleeti wiilch
ovettook our first fatht r wlnn his ni.
was taken from him wn.s h)pnotlc. It
noiild be Juit ns scnslole "
t In,1;.S n" Idea." said Mr Dvrl tud
dcnl). "Suppose, tdncc Mihomet wont go
to the mountain, that th- mount iln comes
to .xiahonitt. Tho h)pnotlst can 1 nmc lure
afttr the entertainment anil vvt will Invito
exhibition of his poweis. Ho.v dois that
idei strike )0ii7 "
ni0.1,,,N,;,, .e'here nro tho Hints
and the I'elihl.s and Dr. Sinl'hb an hit
uil; H.ml Cousn I'anny nnd her hus
band. Ion can let them know an J I vwll
order refreshments, unj wo v 111 have 111
V'Vuf ot "Jimotlsm. It will begin bit..
.!!.. J can. "",l ther nmusfitnent until
1 our h) pnotlc opuri'or come?."
.xirs. liarl hid tver.v thing arranged; her
house in beiutlful ordu and hcrclf gir
geuus In a dress of ruin velvet which wai
fir too lino for the occaslo 1. but was worn
o?,? ',lece do resist in-e. she bnvi.g read
thit velvet resisted h) pnotlc Infill ice.
The neighbors md rclatl-es ,anie ,L
merry cotnpanv, nml the time pissed in
hn.,?,I'imale'1 discussion upon the povv.r uf
hvpuotlniTone friend going so far in re
sult th as to visit the llbriri aui look m.
h?ia ""pdcTful store, the Hous of t-ev. 1
Vr'i ' ,lni1 roa,, "l01"1 t0 nttentivo listen-
Ali.'o iVncAebn "' WS'rU ni3,ory ut
tl aught of air. He beckonid with hit
hi id. nnd. illng from hei ch ilr-lillndlv.
K, i''H cintci-tho pi ond Alice ipl
pioiched him He vvivtd her back, uiid
retreating Alice sunk again Into her seat
.v,i blul 's, ."due.; said .Matthew Mimic,
spltl?' "7 g ' 0f tho 8,,ro,1e-"
"Oh, tint was mesmerism," sild Mrs.
Dirl, ns the lending cc is. tl
"And what is me-meilsm" asked ono of
the cpmniuy "I think that it is as un
cxphilnable us hipnotism If it is not the
same thing. Oh, here they are now l,t t
us hold on to our thilrs ar wo miy bo
spliltnl awny to China. I, for one, .tin
"I am not," slid the queenly hostess,
ns sho swept forward In velvet and dia
monds to meet her husband und his guest.
A pile, composed-looking man ncurni.
pinled Mr. Dirl, and ho did not seem
Miiprled bv the elegance of his hohttss
or Hushed by tho critical gazt of tho com
pany. After tho Introductions wore made mini
convtisntlon biinmo gt-mrul. Mis Dm I
sllpptd into lliu hall nnd bitkoiietl to her
hiisb inti, who Immediate Iv Joined her.
Then i-he whispered in his car
' It If b) an) possllilllt) ho should be
aldo to h)pnotlze mc 5011 villi not let him
niiike me do un) thing tldlculous '"
"Mv deal I,e una, how tun )uu lmaglu.t
such a possllilllt) .' Hut It )ou have unv
rear," echoed his wife, stornfiill) In
11 stage vvhibper, 'jnu will sn that hu
cannot mako the slightest impressiuti nn
me" And she went li.uk to tht parlor
and found one of her gmsth climbing thn
pi mo to tsenpo an imiglniu) bear tint
was pursuing him A lew passes and ho
was retitoii.l to his normal condition, look
ing vet) toollsh
There w.t. n imo amusing and some pir
plexlng exhibitions of th. irottsoi i
power, then tin lump.ui) followed host
and hosteus to the dining rnoni, whin a
generous spnnd aw ilted them Mrs Durl
was rather silent Hu t. st would be thu
next one, and flu watched tin win hands
of the loiing professor as If his scire! liy
In tht in Hut they weie humlessl) busy
with the smilwlihes His fin. w is ijulto
non-committal too What wns the power
he held ut itdueliig tht will to a nieru
blank' hhe would soon know.
Hack In tho parlor. Mis Dnrl seated
htrsilf uiiibr th.- billilnnt chindellu
"Not thi it " said the proftssor, but shn
did not Intmd to vield to uny command of
his nnd said qnletl) :
"1 piefer to sit here
"Then I cannot hypnotize 1011,"
"uh, jou ncknowlnlge that It is only
under teitaiu ton lltlons tint tills great
power can be tllspl lytd "
' Certain!) , thero are conditions th it must
bo complied with. I am positive and )uii
aie negative; but jou urc a very dilllcult
subject because you aro jeulstlng 1110
with ull jour. might,"
Mrs. Dirl looked reproichfully at her
lnuband and said In tho dumb nlnhabel of
the married, "au havu told him
He Unshed back In tho same lnngtmc,. ,
"1 havo nut," and slni movnl lu at cord
ancc with the wish of the professor anl
sut with her b id; to the llht some ut
the compaii) wire icinovid to remote puts
of tho room, but a few, Including Ml. liatl,
stood niar. ......
"Look into my ejes," wild the profissoi
"I'trnilt me." and ho took htr hunds and
pressed the thumbs gem!).
"It is like being in i dentist s ehilr '
sild Mrs. Darl, with u llttlo furecd laugh.
Then she uttempted to rise, strugollng
slUhtly. but continued to look into tho
Did of the h)pnotlzei until In the pl.u.i
of Ivvo i)CS she mw iwutDihen shu
asserted hir will and shook hiiself f n t
"I tobl jou I could not b. h)pno
tlzed." fehe tald, Her voice bounded siranso
and fir awa), "How aueer I fed, tnaring
so long has made me dizzy "
"Drluk this," said Mr, Darl, giving hl
wife a glass of w tiler.
bhe drank It, then lose to her feet, and
bald she telt as well as evi r.
"Where Is the professor."' hhe asked "I
expect he ha lot faith In his suunt'
"He wis here a moment ago," etld her
cousin I" mn- anxluusl) : "hu thought ho
had bUCteedid In h)pnotlzlug jou, Leona
Wire ou not uniouscloui?"
"Not for one moment,'' fald Mr Dirl,
trlumnhantlv. "He held mv thumb. nnr.l
'they were numb why' wlure cd,"
"What Is It, Leonaf ho usktd tu surprise
at htr peiuliar tone.
" htro are in) diamonds?"
There was a startled tMlamatlon from
every one present, Mrs. Darl stool there
bertft of every Jiwel she posstssel. Not
a single ono of her gems which hai dashed
on her fingers at her throat, in her ears,
was now visible Dazed, bhe held up htr
riiictlebs bauds mil asked:
"Is this a Joke? What does It JneanY
"Where are my diamonds t"
"Wheio Is the profes&orV"
"biarch the houi,"
bnd for the police1'
Hut the professor had left for parts un
known, and with him went Mrs. Darl 3
diamonds, ond neither the police nor thn
Darls ever saw or liturd of thtin, or him.
uKaln. Hut one thing was In his favor
Not only did hu suctessfull) hipnotlze Mis
Darl, but, as Mr. Darl admitted, ho muj-t
Tmvo hypnotized the whole compaii) In i.
der to brln0- his h) pnotlc scheme to tu..li
And Mrs. Darl Is at last a convert to
both the theory and practice of tho occult
science and a firm believer In the nower
of the Ippnotle wlll.-petrolt Prcc .',.
bu Alueli 1 Iko Htr.
rozzieion -iiarte, that boy of
iah.es aner jou.
Mrs. Fo.zleton (wrlth gieat satlsfactinnv
-"What make, you tbiaV o dear'"
Kozzleton-"! tausht him this jnoraln
rupuaaiiliiy through my pockets." '"va
.!. . ( .Kes 'i'"1 AIC0 responded with a
soft, stiiitluid Inward ncrnii. sconce, an a
bonding of her form towkrd lilm. Ilk," tho
Maine of 11 mwi. 11. .. m.n ,......'. ..'.'.'!"