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THE KANSAS CITY JOUllNAL TUESDAY JUNE 18, 1895.
FOUR FAVORITES IN FRONT,
M XT 1 1 A 1 M till I ICt I.TV in rtcK
I.MI UI.NM.IIH Kll.ltll..
fcuile Vf II, IM (llcnn, I mnle llnnl, tlrnrge
Miller mil murium t'ifrliit KIT the
Mime) I nirles for lifilij's
Hntr IttrlitC I I't-tvhrre.
Wire post time in th" last nee
hj ther was ii trrlt1 i'ownHur
vvhl-h amnnntttt lo nlntoU n. witer-
i There hn I IWn 1 llltl" shower
n the af'ernoon nnd nflT Hint It
(l I'Henlmt. but iiolmdy toolset for
i ilml as Midlchly tfes"ended Tho
k wis converted into a rl r of thin
mi i running water in live minutes
ii u t' trowd in the grand mini nn I
It i, shed were put to thflr wits' rnds
t ii 1 plicej of shelter from the rxln,
wi . until to penetrate even where
t i r th st ind, whore the luckless seek-ti-s
fir Shelter huddled together, the witrr
r.n i torient md It 1 fartuniit In
tiliuiil who did not get more or 1
r in To adl to the irencril discom-
fr lKo nble on the Flftennth street lln
ri rr nn.l thne h n id briv.'d tre
lui ml nm elown lo tlii c u-ticr wrr"
f i il lo stand tnit Mk" it (or fifteen mln
ii It was fully an hour In row nil in
i i I was utile lo rl m iv ami vhin the
e nth stret i lire 1 1 I gt lo running
t In i to Mow thiMr wav through vr.-tf-r
t i isslngs from six lnche to a frot
in i in
from the discomfort ciusmI ti the
ti Binrtatots nt ialenlii's rnrts
t hive nuke 1 for nn) better or
itifnrtOfj sport It was it ver)
s il ila for the sieul iters, who
tllitiltv in picking four of the he
w iiir as the boikmakcr learned to
i i r f rrow The llrt four rates on Hid
ftri w nt lo the Hrt ehoi is, Thiirmnn,
i ih I nh rnee bt lug the onl) long shot
' ' me In front The Eood thins of
I !. t umorkel lij 1lenr) Simons
In th thrl rncp In hi' fist 2-ioar-oll,
I inn u Hunt he opened nt 10 to t unci
i i k 1 down to .1 to 2 at the post, ami
w -he pirns d
N II lu the Ilml, IM Oletin In the
n'l f .
" I iKurge Miner In tlie fourth,
t" won their m'it In cumiuiiiil
Tile Imik um In fnlr ninrllllnn.
HUM henw ami omeht hoi llnir
' r i run or iriom nlcht nt tturt
t'lr m kept up hl line nrk with the
i k I' 'nrl. ro nil eriellptit one
r' ni iii.Ii Wamla T m lift at tin
Pft i i)i.. iit rni, It wit not nil the
fn lit of the Ktartcr.fur she roulil lnvi Knt
off with the Hell If h ht.l lint u.ilen
l wh l-l Juit ni tl weie ent nwn)
Ir Ik tii i 1 1 trlik with V imlH T ntul llke
1 ti litppm mi) tltne she sturti In n rac
lvr i'i- tlrt rm-c nt four ntul ond-h.ilf
furl iu elcht of the nine rnrileil went to
th pn When tin lietllnp opvneil It wax
." l2 nlnt Imth N. II I'liihert) ntul Suslo
Nrll ru' all the mone went In on the
lift r "i nhe wtnt to tht poit a hot fa
nr te nt 1 to 2. while n trnn I nn .1 In l
wis In I iraliiM TS e 11 rinheitt, who was
repnrli t n not In Iiik i xn tl up to n rare
Tb i rt wu i perfeet one. with pei k
th llit to how Sule .NM1 ji,m and Nell
llih rt in thirl iol(Ion lierk leil for
hilt the jMirnej, when Soil" Nill went to
the front nno! till ipinilneil there to the
fill. wiimltiK with sonuthlnt; lo Bpue
htmmi Lone ilnlrheil fnt ant beat Kni
jvror Itlllot out for the plu liv n nei k
Jut ni th id Id wi lurnliii; Into thi Ktret h
Nell Klihut) who was runnlne well up In
third pl.K-e, iiiunlileil nnd fill, IhrowliiK
II i7i mi hiall Hen ll.irrlpon with Ilar
Ker lip was rlKht liohlml Vll riihert
and sot a tind fall n n lerlnc llirt,er tin
eonneloiiR rnllln on DIek I,alllni;toii. imn
nite 1 to ntolil tin- railed horse but Uo
Ihij lihei was thrown or fell of hi" hori-Hoi-miii
and fiillls were not injured but
3-ircer wan liullj Kliaki n up ami will be
norr for nwhll", thoimh no bones were
broken lie ins oartlcd from the triek
mid ooil Tfvlveil, but will not be able to
no nnj rldlusr for a il.ij or two
The (ronil race on to-dai's card was i
1nh of Felon furlonuK and . IkIi t hores
went to the pot Valdemar was Up open-
!nB,.rV."rl"' nt - l" ' 'h I'I nicnn at 1
1, allflllllr, nt I Wilirht of monej
oon mad.- Kd (llenn the faiorlli at 2 to
1. nldmiMr u-ieillni; to S nnd Vlrslnlto
rolne In. k to b Hrownwool wan well
baeked nt tht" oiietilntr nt "i to .' nnd
MtindltiK pat. When the Ilel 1 wns unt
nway to n jjodd wtart Hrownwool was the
If nil. r MeKuj took hlni rleht out in
front to m iki the runnlni," and he net u
merrj clln for Hie furlongs, with A'nledic
tory eertnd and IM Olenil third VlrRln
Itc tumbl(d Just nrter the start nnd be
fore Hart cciull cet her Kolnir rluht she
was nn tlealli out of the rice. On the
Twelfth street turn IM tilenn Kot up to
Urownwood and tnklnR the 1, ml enlerlnK
the itretih. the favorite won hnndili
nled mo litiuc: on surprising well
mil Urownwood tlrlnit In the last hundred
ards she beat him out for tin plure by a
Thi third rae wns nt fdv furloncs and
Jltt'alTirls t Mi's Aildii, on the strength
of cood rai s at Oounill HluffK wim mule
a 3 to 2 fnorlte when the mlds were put
up s Rood is jo to 1 w is posted nmlnst
I'litink Hunt but It did not ti) up lontr,
for Henry fclmons nnd his friends went
nfter it ind i-oon ton. I the prli down to
2 to I nnd sho wint to the post the fnior
Iti at i v J while 2 to I w.ii, laid aculnst
Jl s Mil The boo I thlnir went throiuh
nil rlKht Mif,s Addle Kot oft with the lead,
with I ini i Hunt fpi oml nnd Ills Honor
third nnd lhi ran In th it onb i to the
f.i h, where I'annie Hunt shot to the
frinr and won In n 1U Kallop, enslns up
he ai for the pint w i i loe, MIs Ad-Ci-
mm In atlntf His Hunor out
nn in-1 a half furlonss wis the ills
tan r if the fourth ran fleorfje Mlllnr,
on th. Knol showlm; in ub bj him on Sit
uri 5 was (lint tiled as ihi favorite but
tr in m ne w i het on 'Mulknj'H Iininllda,
which was In with ,i Iltjjit welKht
C.i rci Miller opined nt 3 to 2 nnd w is 2
' ir th pott while linnil! I l w is bin kid
. wo m I to I to ". to 2 Ja In nnd
i ik n.ii were ni t In f.nor aril found
mini ipportirs The laie proved to be
n trw jsion lienrse Mllbr t,ot ofr In
fr,fi and wns neur lit nled lmrullda
wa t. ond and Ten Htrlnir third from
st irt (o linl-h la .In ind WedKUh Id rnn
ill appointing i.n.eH and wiro titver prom
Inn' Tit llfrh rat., was run during the de-llli-e
It wiih at Hie furlniiKs nnd of the
ten sarins Hum. Anton, Jr was thi)
In r biuked down from I to 1 to 3 to
- " i T an 1 Itichari T were see-on-1
ch-ii t-s at "i to 2 Thurmm, nn out
i ler in ijie belllnc lit 10 to 1, took the
1 1 1 nt the stint and a never In dllll
c iltv w ruling ileverly hv a lenth from
Itarnev iron, Jr T.Htle Mlnnlne rnn si e-
0 I 'jr most of th. Jiurmv, but was
1 i i i n it for the plai p in the last -
'i W in la T turned middenli as
th. li- f II and lun lift at the uist
Siir in irlt
I r t i i e rour md one-hilf furlonB!..
J It II ip !' husk Nell, bl ni , 5. r.iustim
Imp (ulliii uuetn 107 pounds (Cottrell),
I to 2 won Htnnin I.oiib, nn (Van t'nmpi
1. ' j i s ond, Cinperor Ullb t, fo (.Stout),
20 to thn I 'llini., uW John 1. I)ek,
Ji k Lot'li ton. Hin Harrison and Ntll
Haher ilso uti
T.V . ' Vu ."V," ". niriopij"' walnut
Hill t k funns Hu filenn, lib, , Zulu
JliXlowtr )! piiumlH (Zulder), s to 1, won.
uli i ion 121 (lliueilil, Jt (o 1, so eoud
I r jw wo ni. 121 (MiKuji, 1 to third
Tun , Pmioll. niindir, V.ildtinnr,
1 Irirlmtsr unie and John It alo ran
Thirl i i . Kl luilf.iiK Louisville stn
I ': s I'i. lie Hunt, lit, J Imp DerUier
A i t uiit SI pounds (Voider), 8 to 5. won:
M ts lie ids ilium J to ), seeonil m
II nor 'tr, (lluuet) t. to 1 thltd. Time,
1 :i I'eailic illlls John ' Mliitie U'JIrlen
Cundf' bnl-a-llai, Wtubiouk nnd Ar
imnt nlo inn
I urh run Keven and orn.li.ilf fur
I pbs W I, htuiikmid'a fleoiBe .llllir,
I if n l.ofiin Hintiui, lul pounds (Intt-I-tws)
2 to I. won, Immilda, M (Colin)).
to 2 (.(.eon ! Ti.il SprinB, W (Miikoni Hi
to 1 III I Time, 1 lu rom.chvH Wild
Jsrlir cjofin raustus. Ja Jh, Wudgttt.lil
ni l I it Mullo. Jr tilto lau
1 "h n rive tuiloiiKs I.eivenworth
s;al If lliuriilan, b k ' LoukvUh Motile
V fir'v 1 1. pounds (It bu in i0 j won,
1 t l A.uon Jr 1 p" lU illlunis), 3 to 2,
i"irn l.utlc .Minnli. lul (Cordir), lo to I,
thi 'Inn 1 i Puiislsteiit k tor Karl,
Murphy Ur MiAlllstei Wnnda T, itich
ari) T. mid .Majvlcw also run,
ENTRIES FOR TO-DAY'S RACES.
llierti V itt II" Mi hunts on III" t'iril
Willi (.noil IlibU More tiood
There vvllt bo sit races on to-dav'b carl
ant ulthou&h thu truck will be heiij,
there 1s no raon why the eport shauld
not l JilKh clans, from too character of
the horse tna-eil,
Sfsjretary Uunnlnuhnm was jostcrdny
nitifled that sevtrat jnoro Strom; btahles
woull arrve to-dav, W Carroll will be
'n witu iiBht, Ini ludins the two tood mares
l.trona ' an) UaCUrtli. and Hlrd will bo
htrc 'With ten of bis string There will bo
three niM of horse from Hawthorne and
all of them good ones,
I-'ullowinB ate the cntrlis and vveishu
for to-day' events.
first ra t Hleven-sUt'unths. Sir Charles
III noun is: lllnlle I,, lul. Morgan III:
l'attl. 107. Lonsdale, U', Queen Keifent!
105, Tussa, W, Mountain Hylle. 113, HljLk
Satin, 101. Vk tor l . 111. Hardin, lb.
Sw-ond race Six furlongs, selllnK Tost
Boy, 110 pounds, John T, 106. Hluestoiie.
Vk, Galea llrotta, IM; i'urJvug-, JOS; Van.
.iii.inivi, lul, l U"i I if, i .., i--,i
het I. IM. f.i Piimn II I.eoni II, 1U7
Third race Thlrle.n lxl enths silllnif,
I. ttl Viek, in iniim i Turk 1(. and
T , it l'otiv Ho!) SI, t IP le John, lrt, Craft
Kt, IVJWlwttn, 97, Mif Mile t
rntirlh rar weepstnken for 2-year-olus.
Kinp Hiice.UO pounds Tom 1) II ,111, Pan
nlf Hunt, 12. Ilnvtlhornp HelU, US, Mis
lull 110, Hill t'nwell lie irco. 120
. riMh race Plve-elshths sellihc Twl
tlnht. m. I.mk. 97 Kmbifor lllllet. lul;
l.ittle.U 110, .Uthut Oivl. I0B. Nellli'
Casteel 10S, Hnrney Aron. Jr. KB, Cn
tnllli l, i; Loftln, Jr, 1. One JJIme,
100, Hen WMIson, Iftl
sltth nee Thlrteen-slxlrcnths. Wedse
tlell. til pounds; tlold Cup 1"1, J A tlrw,
101, lltown Ulck. Ill, lidv (lati.wowl, lifi,
Mittnlet, 112: lMt Mull, Ir III: Kansas.
UIM. llO, Moss Terry. Ill, Aha, IM. (
llrsulls nt M. I mils.
"?t loulo. Mo , June 17 -Threnteninr
nln rediieed the alien lance nl I'nlr Asso-
clutloti park loxltj The ttlent were hot
fortunate, nlcklnir onh li'd of the K
evfnl The oflb lilt of 111- 1'ilr Aocla
Hon htiv eonclnded to ronllnue the rne
tneellnR until drill week and th-tl n hlntu
of six dtvs would Intervene, nfler which
the rarlntt would bcRln npiln nnd continue
nn lndeflnllel Trmk fist nnd bettlnj;
t"ltt rnce l'ursei sir furlonic Kawn
Knleht to 1 won Ton-Wow, 7 to 10,
second, DanH, IS lo 1, third. Time, 1.17
Seuoftt ruf-I'iirse: nlnp furlotiRs oh
No, to to 1, won, Sixophonc. 1 to 1, second;
Wiltlston, Vi to I. third Time, -50
Third rnc(Witre' sevn ftirlonp. Nellie
II , r. to I, Won. Mnld Marl in, 10 to 1, sec
ond, Mls ilnlop I to 1, third 1lm, 1 Sl'.
Peilrth race I'urse, nine furlottc. M tr
ee!, l to I, won, lllntk Jmk, 20 to 1, sec
ond: tAt t,eo ft to I third Time. 2-W
riflh rare-Six fiirloiiRs Minnie .Mnckln,
1 to I, Won, 1toe Hlttipn, I lo 1, second;
The Itrokrr, in to I third Time, ltl7,
hlxth race-tine nnd one-fourth miles,
Ite del Mnr I to .. won. ,1 1'. D , I to 1,
socond, Jnnus, even, third Time. 2.1 1'j.
loners nt littinl t.
Cincinnati, June 17 There was nn un
usually Inrre Monda nttendntice nl l.n
ton! i tO'dnv. The vveathrr wns clenr nnd
warm; the track fast, but diep on the in- I
lie Ireland Ilroe lost the 3-Senr-oll)
mi, iiertna t;oncn, to-u.iy irom iockjiw.
Sum marl es
Ilrst race Selllnc, one mile Tippe
canoe 2S to I. won, Alouzo, Si lo 1, sec
ond Melod II to 3, third Time, 1 II
Second race Purse, x furlouifs Toot,
11 to 5. won; Joe .Mink, v to 5, second,
Mnry ICeene, 7 to 1, third Time. I 15',
Third rai 1 I'urse; the furlnmts Th
Merchant. B to B, won MaifBle K , 1 lo 2,
seiond: Idn, 10 to 1, third Time 1 OB'',
l'ourth rai e SelllnK; one mile nnd spven
tv vnrd Orlndi, t. to ' won ll Over, 5
to 1, second, Queen Hlrd 3 to 1, third.
Tlitw, I I7W
Itrth nice (teltlne: five fiirlonK Sir
Dlll.e, 2 to I won. Hallle flnv 7 to ", sec
ond, likl, 15 (0 1, third Time, 1 02ti
."Ixth rnci-SelllnB. one mile. The Prin
cess, (j (o 5, won. "tnllarlo 10 to 1, second;
Pcibody, C to 1, third Time. 1.I2H.
1.IU1 rriiu Ui o ltare.
Han rriinclsio, June 17. Plrst race
Seven furloiiBs Melnnli won Josf c. ,
second; Mount Carlo, third Time. 1.02'-
SeiMUid run One mile Hon Cniarvvon;
Norblkh. second, Mr Iletl, third Time,
Third race Half mile; mal lens,2-vear-o!d
Joe K won. Ion Pedro, second;
Ladv Cray, third Time, 0 71
Fourth race Plve furlonB Huenemo
won; Ply, etond, Nellie C. , third Time,
fifth race Plvo nnd one-half fttrlons.
rtoyil i"luh won Itlnfax, second. Nelson,
thlnl. Time. 1 0711
0111iB Irottirs nnd Purer .,i.
New York, June 17 At Pleetwood park
to-dav, Peter C Kellocfr A. Co void for P
P Olrolt, president of the Centtnl Trust
Compinj. 11 number of fast vounc trotters
and piers rime iucIiib llillis bj i.crd
HI Ion. the on of lin(lld, J X, brmuht
JIC2"i Of these Mrs Joe, n 2-v ear-oil,
Piced .1 half mile In I iw, nnd went for
$2.i to J. i: Mi Donald. Cute, .1 4-eai-oid,
shoui.l a mile In 2 17'-: and a quarter at the
rate of n mill In two minutes .mil was
strut k on to J. S limn for J1.223, June, n
l-eir-old, pieed n half mile In 1 oil j,
P. Gibson n cured lur for K'OO
Iteslllts ut ICoby.
Hob, Ind, 1 11 ne 17 ITist rice Sl rur
loncs Somersault won Slmimk, second.
Littlo BUI thlid Time 1 p,i.
Second r.ici Plve furloiiBs " Cassle Nell
won. Hlxtij. second, I.ad Mapd, third
Time 1 OIL
Third race-One nnd one-sixteenth miles.
Dive l'ulsifcr won. Pmle Jim, second;
Kutli H thlnl Time. 1 ML
l'ourth inci H furloiiBs" I.lsmore -von;
rovlnll, second IlaBO, third Time, 1 11,1
ITfth i.ice SK furlonB Rpltllro won;
Hlmbo, second, Llzzlo N third Time,
Prince Itent the Horse.
HI Piso Te . lime 17 J S Prince, pro
fission il blivcllst of iimalii, Neb won
the ttti mile horse bicvele rice on a hnlf
mile track In 32 17 Threi hor'i s were
used in relns The last horse was linitm
thirtv seconds Pilnce fell twice, losinir
a quarter of a mill lu one fall
Three rlnfis two devatid miikcs. nnd a
half-mile race track ire illied with per
form, rs for two and onu-haif hours at
the great illace shows
A 1!II.AUA lt().
Ho fs Tired or KiivIiib mid Wants to Iti
Thomas Klnneivv, n 13- ear-old runawav
bov from )envr. Col., went to tin Centril
polbe station last nlslit and said that he
vv anted to bo home He was platol In
chnrBe of Police Matron Moore anil Chief
of Polh t II vv In sent .1 IckKram to Pi'ttik
Mmtc.iv, Ho hov's fnthei ti HIiib him his
son was in this tltv The boy will b carol
foi until m answer to tht dlsimuh is re
celvid. Ho said that hi was out swimmlnB
In the Platte rlvir at riitivn thrte wieks
.mo when two nun persuaded hlin to loin
tliim and come Last The told him hi
muld plik up J2i) tust n soon ns ho leiclod
Kansis. He tiuviletl in thilr lompan
until be 1 em In tl inn ihu. Neb, wlitie the
11b indoned him Slnct tin 11 be has had a
linril time and whin hi. rim lied this 1 ity
last nlBht he tonclutlttl to tr nnd leturn
to his parints,
Tne follow ins is the list of the Brand mar
shal nnd his stmt nnd the alles who will
appear in to-tlnv's Chnrlt circus parade:
Colonel J C (irfeninnn Knuul maihal.
J 11 Walte, Ji It r of staff. Captain Cieorge
H Itun an ntljutnnt
Aides Alt Mr unit, Henry rtmns, A Znrt
S'.1!,'!; !");"r1.. i:nipti. i: v Shannon,
Uliliani (J linlrt John A Wlble. P
''!ne.,' I" hjrdson A O A.lklns,
."' j . .Tir-i.nii . , iioiinitr. Ul l
u.vviir mi, Micuiie Cantaln Chnrl.s
ltiur. captain '1'un.e Pit II. Jumts .Me.
(lowiin. Joseph K.shbr Prank Snow C
II Creennnn. J A Tipton Henry John
son, J. If Siniuel C Chipman, Pred W
Haves 1. 1 Milonev .,nit.s A It. .'d I)
i J'lT!imV, 1 innli te;v irt Orvll Slielbv.
UhlB K. shkr Kit I. it timer M 11 Wood
S hp umk r lltorKt I, W.iIIk .iudce J
M Jones. Jostph Pink I: P Itopr, It J
nuKi.ui. wiiuiit-s j. ri iiineizt r i nnrii s Tout
Kin minim, con viuridu W c M .
Crnr Hi zorn, Hi 11 Holuns, 11
11... .ti... i. .. ..
n Heor-fe it. jiartlesl. W. A
Hev. Sam V Jones, the Oeorsla fvnnBel.
Ut, was at the (ut House esten!ay
lie find lit fiimll will bo thero all of
Ml and Mrs Morris Hear, of Pensncola
Pla . were at the Coateu House esterd.iy'
The are on their way lo California on a
J 51. Parkinson, Parsons, Kis Is at the
i: V. Powler.
rort Scott, Kas U
the Nuw Albany
N H How aid
Hutchinson, Kas is at
the New Alban
(i ,' Utt. St,
Louis, Mo , Is nt the New
Hamburg. la, Is at the
(leorce fi Olbson, of Omaha, Is at the
MI'- Hattlft i: Olbson, of Omaha, U nt
the ljotel Vlatoria
i: 1) hill, of ht. Louis, Is at the Hotel
C Alnbuhl, of Iloston, Is nt the Hotel
Harrison Putney and wife, of Leavtii.
worth, are in ihu Ifotot Victoria.
I W Main, ot Colfax, Pa , Is at the Ho
J K Mlsh, of Chicago, is at the Hotel
f) It. Haw son, of Topeka, is at the, Ho
J Ciordon Olbb. of Lawreiue, Kas., waa
in the city jislerday.
C S Potter, of (j'alngvllle, Tex, Is In
Thomas J. Clay, of Stater, Mo , Is In the
W. N I). Hlrd. of Joplin. Mo. was
retistered at the Hlossom tteiday,
I. N. Ilaker. of Topeka. wus in the city
.,J. p- MiCIUIand and wife and John and
Helen McClelland, of Enid, O, T. are In
J. J. Augustine and wife, of St. Jo.
seph, were In the city esterda. Mr.
Augustine Is a. Ur soods merchant at St.
BEAT THE MILLERS 'AGAIN,
:s Am: i i.vimi
I Mil it IITV
vv with thi:
Iliey roiinilnl lluke llnnl lesterdnj- nnd
thn tlan.e ,n Culled In thn Slltb
lniiliip lliselmll Itonilts mid
tllnrrli portlnc Nttts,
Mlnnenpoll, Minn , June 17. (Special )
The visitors won to-day hands down,
pounding Utike for timely hit In the fifth
Inning, which, with his bases on bill, Bate
them it clenr lnd
The piiine wns a slow and tedious one,
nnd wns culled In the middle of the sixth
InnlnR on account of dnrkncs, hiUInc nl
rend tasted two hours tip to thnt time.
The Rome will be protested bj Mnnaser
llarnes on account of n decision by Umpire
Kherldnti on Rround rules.
KlltiR wns heavily pounded In Ihe second
for six hits, two of them home runs, nnd
IlnstlnK wns substituted, itc was hit
freetey for two Innlncs, but nfter thnt shut
the locnl out without n nfe hit.
Jimiiiv MunnliiB wns cnticht on tlrst by
the old trick of pnlmltiK the ball, which
Herden did with his ble Rlove. Jimmy
nlso executed n pretty double on Kuehne's
liner, which wn the last ensp of the B'"e.
AH. It. H. SH. l'O. A. i:
Union, s 3 110 111
1nlli, I f I 0 1 1 0 0
Wordrii. lb t 0 1 0 .. 0 0
Hum r r ..... 2 1 1 0 1 Q 0
ptrniis, c. f t 3 1 1 n 0 0
Kuehtte, 3b .". 2 2 0 10 2
Werrkk, 21 II 3 3 0 1 4 0
WHon. c 3 110 0 0 0
Duke, p 3 0 0 0 0 0 1
Totals 23 "5 IV l 15 1 i
.All It. H. SO. VO. A. i:
MnnnlnK, :b 3 2 1 n 4 1 0
Hirsen. c 12 2 0 17 0
ConniUfihton, , .".22014 0
lllnes r f 3 4 10 10 0
Klimmn, lb 3 3 3 17 0 1
Nlchol o f .. .. 4 2 2 0 2 0 2
Hatfield, 3! 4 12 0 0 2 0
Hernon, 1. f 3 11110 0
Kline, p O001000
HnUtiRs, p 2 110 0 0 0
.31 IS 15 3 MT It
Ouko out for Interference.
score in innings: ,
Kansas Clt . . ",
Itun earned Minneapolis,
Two base hit Hattleld.
Hotnt runs Straus, Hulen Werrlck,
Klusrnnn, Nlchol. ConnaiiKhton. ItcrBen.
Double plav MnnnltiB and Kltiinnn.
lta- on lnll On. Duke. 9, on: Kline, 1;
off II istln-. 3
Struck out Hv Duke, 3; bv Kllnp. 1; by
Mill plti he Kline, 1; Duke, 5
L"fl on bases Minneapolis, 6, Kina3
Plrt base on errors Minneapolis, 1; Kan
as Clt) 2
Time 2 Ik-.
Mesttrn l.tiiBiio stnndliiir.
Minneapolis . ,
IC 111S1.1S Clt) , .
Toledo It 3
llllllilll ipoll., 7; Inletlo, 1.
Indianapolis, Ind , Juno 17. Score-
Indlnnipolls .30100120 07 hi i
Toledo .. . 0 0 n 0 1 0 o 0 01 3 3
Hatterles Plsher nnd McParland; Cnrr
nnd Ho. icli.
llclri.lt, Hi l.rnnil ISipliN, 3.
Detroit, Mich , June 17. Store:
tt H i:
Detroit 0 5 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 S 12 4
tiiniul Itaplds 0 10 0 0 0 1 0 13 10 5
Hiterles Johnson nnd Twineham, Staf
ford, Jones and Pear.
Mllwiiuki e. X; st. Paul, 7.
Paul, Minn., June J7. Score:
H H II
2-S 10 4
Mil vnukee .000012210
St Piul . ! 2 0 0 n n 0 1 n
17 12 2
Miillnuc, Johnstone nnd Do)lc; Stephens
Notion ll I.i iibiio sttimUiiB
Won. Lost, r.c
Iloston "'. 1", est
Ililtimore 21 1". U".
Pittsburg 2S IS wo
Clevelind 27 19 5S7
Chicago 27 21 W3
Cinclnnitt 21 21 f.23
New ork 2! 21 f.23
Phllidtlphla 22 21 E12
Hrookhn 22 2t 512
Washington 11 2.! 4'.2
St l.onls IS 32 311
LouUvllie 7 3j ltJ
WiisbliiBtiin. 7: i blcnifiii to.
W'ashliiEton June 17 The CIiIc.ibo team
found an tasy mark in the pitchers of the
WashliiRtons tu-da) and after thi second
liuiiiiR were alwa)s In the lead. Attend mce
Wnshlnston 0 I 0 0 0 0 3 1 2 7 1. '3
Chlc.iRO . . U 1 3 1 0 5 a 0 loll 2
Itnttirles WnshlnRton, Stoikdile Antler
son,, Milarke), Ho)d, .MciiuiH, CooRim,
and Mahone) , ChlinRO, Uritllth nnd Kit
tredge Niw orlt. 71 Iiilll.illle.il.
New York, June 17 Louisville not onh
hit Herman hard, hut theli tltddliiB wns
almost pertect. still the) lost nil chances
foi 1 victor) IhruuRh stupid b ise runnlnR
Attendance, 2,'ij'i Score
New York .. 0 0 I 0 1 1 n 0 I 7 10 .T
Loulsv llle . 2 0 2 11 0 0 2 0 0-1, 11 2
Hatteriiis New ork, Germnn and
Schrlever, Louisville. Inks and Zahner.
It iltiinon 1 1'; st, I imiIm, 5.
naltlmoro, Md June 17 Khret was hit
hard nnd his Mippoit was raRKed. Hspor
was hit hanl In tlm third Inning, and re
tired In favui of CI irkson, who pitched
iieat ball Attendance l.lw. Score
Haltlmore ... 7 0 0 0 1 3 0 1 12 HI 1
st Louis 0 1 1000000 SO 1,
Haiti rles lialtlinore, llspei.Clarkson and
Clarke, St. Louis, Hhret and Peltz.
Iloston, III I Ii v. I11111I, 7,
Hoston, June 17 Sullivan and Voung
wire pitted ngalnst tu h other ami the
fornior had all the hist of It until he be-
tiuni f.iRRed out running biscs. Altcnd-
ancu iu.wj store.
It II B
I 12 2
0 t,-7 12 1
Hoston n .0100100
Cli-v eland ... 0 0 0 u 0 1 0
Hoston Sullivan nml Tenn) j
Young nnd Zlmmer.
( It vi I nut, IP; Iloston, I),
Hoston. June 17 Wallace, of the Cleo
linds, did not prove ver) etttciha and
Knell was kiilistltuled at the opening 01
Hie sixth inning. Nichols was hit free!
Cleveland .. 3 10 10 0 0 5 0-Ju 12 'i
Hoston 3 u 0 3 n 1 0 0 0 a u 2
Hatterles Hoston, Nichols and Oanzel,
Cleveland, Wallace, Knell und Zlmmer.
I'lttkbiirR, A; I'lill nit Iphl 1, V.
Phllulelphla. June 17 Inability to hit
Henley nt critical moments dcfentid the
Phllies to-dii) Hi hekl them down to
five scattirnl hits Attendance, 6,SW,
Pittsburg . n M 0 0 3 0 2 0 -3 S 2
iIMMerieB Philntelphtn. Carse) and
Clements; Pittsburg, Havvley and Kins
llrookl)ii 1 1 Clniliiiiall, 'J.
nrookhn. N Y" June 17, The Hrlde
Krooms hunchei their hits In the sixth In.
plug, scoiliv thr-c lainetl inns and a !c
toiy. Attendance .',500. Score;
It If. K
Hrookhn. 11 0 0 0 0 3 1 0 1 6 1
Cincinnati u u 1 u 0 0 0 1 0-2 S 4
Hiooklvn Duub mil Grim: Cincinnati.
Meiiltt, lttilr.es and Poreman.
lleiiiphU t tub In I rouble.
Memphis. Tmr June 17 The Memphis
baseball club, ut the Southern league. Is
In preuy hanl lit-, but the promoters of
tht organization still hai hones of pull
lug It through Hi season The cause of
the trouble Is tic, L t patronage Ihe ulub
has lost il,bii - . tar and is 4V0 in debt,
milling a tot il Ijlauie of 4) t.bOO on the
wrong Hide of th k iger.
The abandonnii 1 1 was regarded ns cer
tain until last 1 i!,iit when Superintendent
aiiilth, of the sin . t ar 6.)stem,curae to tho
rescue and guaruueed expenses for the
next two series if tames, with Left Fie'd-
er Churle' r rank us manager. Ill plico
of Chailw Lewis. reslRiied. Nino of ..tie
pla) ere lelt lor Little Itock this morn'nR,
where they play three 'ames with sutstl
tutes to nu out tne team uatcner u&ng.
lutes to nil out thct team Catcher L..nir
sbyrtstop Langeford and Center Fielder
Jrlcht declined to co. The team will piny
three iratne here with I ittl Itock on their
return, nnd by that tlm it I thought ar
rangement will have been made to ninth
ENGLISH ATHLETES TO COME,
Oxford nnd IninbriitRn Issue n tlmllinge
to Inle nml llarinrd tor n
MietliiR I his lull.
London, June 17. The challenges sent by
the athletic club of oxford nnd Cam
bridge universities to the athletic clubs of
Yale nnd Harvard universities were Kitcd
on Juno 10, -Monday Inst, nnd left for Nivv
lork June 13 by the slentner Uermmtlc,
due to reach that port June 20 AlthotiRh
two chnlletiRes were sent the) were Identl
till In wordltiR, One top) was sent to the
cnptaln of the nle Athletic Club and an
othtr otic to the captain ot the Harvard
Athletic Club. The challctiRcs nre wordid
Hereford Collesc, Oxford, 10 June, 1W
To the Cnptaln of the nlc tllnrvnrd)
AthtetlcAssoiiatlon Dear Sir A joint eom
inittec of the Oxford lulwrslt) Athletic
Club nnd the CnmbrldRe t nlversltv Ath
letic Club, nl n confirmee held nt Oxford,
roohed lo send n ehnllenRe to the unlvrr.
sltles of Ynlii 11 ml Hnrvnrd, InMtlns them
to pirtnke in nn athletic competition, to
hike place In America at some dnte In Ihe
mitumn, ns nnj bo ntutuitll) nsrecd upoh
The committee tonsltlered the posl.illt)
of setidltiR 11 Joint teiui in the middle of
Jul), but on RolnK Into the question found
that It would hot be prnctlenble lucmisi
pome of the bel athleti would be utinble
to leave lJnKland nt thnt lime, beltiR ih
t lined by the public examination, while
others who had nlrcnd) enenRed them
selves lo tnke pnrt In the forthcotnlnc
competition of the London Athletic Club
vs. the New ork Athletic Club were not
prepared lo eo to Anurlt.i In Jul) nnd
nlo Hi September, ou will ee. there
fore, that our onlv coure wns to inmest
to )ou nn autumn meelliiR. vvhlth mav
come before or come nfter the tlxtures nl.
rendv oRreed upon lutween the London
Athletic Club nnd the New York Athletic
Club, ns may herenfter be deemed wise,
nnd we send x ehnllenRe subject to nil the
preliminaries beltiR sillfnctorllv nrrnnKid
We would sURct that the programme
contain the follow Inp events.
Plat rice loo )ard dah, quarter mile
run, halt inlln run, mile run, three mile
Hurdle rice IW nrd, one nccordlncto
HnRllsh rules nnd 0110 according to Ameri
HlRh Jump, loin; Jump, hammer throw -llic
nnd vvelRht puttlnR
We shill be Rlntl to be favored with vour
reply nt )our eorllest convenience, ns. all
arrmRement have to be com luded before
the end of this term onrs, very truly,
W J OAIv'LHY.
President of the Oxford University Ath
T P HOP.N,
President Cambrldsc t'nlverity Athletic
Thinks Aiuerlci VV011I1I Win.
New York, June 17 Chnrle C Sherrill,
Jr. a member of the lnle Bnduate ad
visory committee, wns shown the text of
the Oxford-CnmbrldRo t hilleiiRc to Ynle
nnd Hirvinl cnbled to till country bv
the AocIited Press to-day. He expressed
the belief thit the American universities
woull win if the chillenRe wns accepted
He pointed out that this venr Ynle hid
Itlchnrd. In Ihe IM )anls nnd quarter
mile events, whom the) did not have last
)eir, ind tint Harvard could be de
pended upon to win the hlch Jump with
Paine While Mr Sherrill would hive
preferred thit this Internntloml inter
colleRlatc contest hid been fixed for Jtllv
Instead of the fill, he would bo clad to
see the contest take place nnd he favored
Owl How line Club.
At the roll of the On Is on the Grand
alle.vs )esterdiy C. D Iterlch won the medal
on the follow Iiib score
Strike Snares. Totals
t . uoiiencn
C, W. Wostfall
c. P Crlder
It. .lord ui
C, l.n) her
W. L Kendrlck ...
0 is ;2l
fi 11 ni
s is r.,
s 17 :m
s r, 411
r. 10 473
fi i'i 4
3 II 4.0
t 11 44)
4 11 422
3 12 417
3 H 411
3 13 J
Klliplrc ItoirllliR Club.
The nmplres mi le the following scores
on me iio)iu nne)s csieroa).
Lambert Id 10
Crlder S 11
Bell b 9
A Ch illeiiRe for Iturlp).
C It Allen i middleweight who has
reeentl) nrtlved in this clt) has Issued .1
challeiiRe to tlsht Nick Hurlev for a side
bet of irom J2 to Slof) a skic nt any time
within two vve.ks. Allen can bo found at
Ti'j Main street.
nutbcrii laiiRiie (innifi.
Little Hot It, rk, June 17 Score: Lit
tle Hock. 11, Memphis, G
Atlanta, l.a June 17 Score: Atlanti,
5; Chattanooga. 2
Montgomerv All June 17 Score: Mont
gomery 5. New Orleans, 2.
THE ORE IS GETTING RICHER.
Oklahoilll Cold I It Ills siv Ah'iiji lis Kit II
as (M.fillU IN r loll mill i lit re's
lit 1 mis of It.
Outlirle, O T June 17 (Special) John
Hnnls and It A Gregory, two claim holders
In Washita county, t nine In to-d i) from the
scene of the goll llnd there They state
that along Hoggy creek there Is nn out
iropplng of 11 vein of ore, from two to four
fiet In thickness, and that all of the tests
known to mlneis nnd Jewelers show that
there Is gold in It On, min has mnde us
sn)s running from J200 to Jl.y.) per ton
Ar. area ten miles square is now staked oft
In mining claims and then are Indications
of the deposits for over fort) miles The
town of tioltb n his been laid off nt the
edge of (he Held and lois arc reported to be
nlrcatl) selling at tremendous prices, while
hundreds ot wagons ire bringing In lum
ber, and buildniKs iro going up and stores
being stirted While the exclt. ment is In
tense, Hurt- Ins been no trouble, and ns
)et but little work is being done AH seem
lo be w litlng for tin report of an of
lltlil a-isDisi, ns ever) bod) is suspicious
ot his neighbor and afraid ih.- thing Is too
good to be true. If the olliclal nss,i)s
should prove an) where near the local ai
sa)s the rush into the tountr) will be be
yond nil precedent.
The tlnest hort of any show on earth
Is tho proud boast of the great Wallace
A New Colored Ctiiivt ntliiii.
St. Jofecph, Mo, Juno 17 (sped il) Col
ons! men ore going to npudlato that so
i.ilbil state c'oiivtntloii of tho race held
at Kaiissis Clt) last week The st Jo
seph Mirror, one of the orRiuis ()f the
coloied people, of this clt), has sent out
tlrcul.tr letters to a numbtr of leading
coloresl nun of Kansas City. St. Louis
and other plates, suggesting that a con
notion for the furtherance of the real
Interest of the rate b called Ihe latter
nnrt of Jul) or the llrst of August In St.
I Iqiiors fur l 111 u.
Shipped dull) In secure packuges by
GP.OHOi: KVsSKLL. Druggist.
Opposite waiting room. Union depot.
BRIEFS BY WIRE,
Wntertown, N V . June 17 Colonel Itleh.
.ird living Dodd, United States arm), le
tired. has died of anoplox) ut his sum
mer home, at sacketps II ubor, aged fiJ
Paris, June 17 Tho Kelalr i)s that a
report is eiiiient at Hnmbuig tint tlie un
archists will attempt a great outragu uion
tho octnslou of the fetes ut Ket!
Topeka, Kas., June 17 (Speii.il) The
stuto boaril of ch tittles has appointed Dr
A P Tenn). of Kiinsus Clt), has. to be
ph)slclan for the statu blind us)lum ut
Kuiisus City Kns,
Pittsburg Kas.. Juno 17. (Special ) Mrs,
M 11 Lease was in Pittsburg last Ulght,
and held u reception at Hotel Stllwell she
was 111 route to th meeting of tlie Poou.
list editors 111 Olrurd.
Pittsburg, Kus , June 17. (Special ) War
rants niu out for thu ariest of two paint
ers, C, o. Herry and J II Cunningham,
charged with foiglng several eheiks, which
were mshed at vailous business houses.
London, June 17 The ninth annual meet
ing of the lirllisli C. T. U, opened in
the city temple this morning. Thero wns
a large nlten iance. The principal feature
of the session was the address of President
Wichita, Kus.. June 17. (Special ) At
the Harper count) non-political silver con.
xentlon to tl.iv resolutions were passed lu
favor of the free und unlimited coinage of
silver ut a ratio ot 16 to 1 regurdlvts of
the dictation of Lngland or un) foreign
countr). The loniciittou was largely at.
tended; Major Iliown, a Ilepubllcan, was
chairman. Geo rue K. Snelllng. the lust
Ilepubllcan nominee for district Judge, was
ejected delegate to tho Topeka convention
The .Missionary Cotnmlttie Itttnrns to Chi-
lapo With llltle Hope of (SottliiR
Clilcaco, June 17. Jtembcpi of the
missionary committee which went to Rt.
LotiH niul Kntiits Cltv to labor with
the .MIotirl, Knnii Tex, K.mfl.is
City, IVrt Pcotl ,- Memplils and oilier
routs with a view of bringing;
them In the Western Lints
Pnenrer Association, luve tolUrnctl
nnd made on the whole no progress. The
MIpourl, Knnsiis .t Texas nKreed to
route Into the noclntloli vv hen the
trouble In tile Vct ntul Sotlthwe't
who put un n ntlfncloi) basis. It
Would. II ileclrtred. JMh ho tiiencer
nstclntIon nn lontr ns frelRlit rnle were
tlpskle down. Tlie nRreement renched
In St fAitll for tlie lestorntlon Of
frelRlit rates e!Tictlvc- June S't may nil
Jut the stitteniMit of the MIolirl. Knn
sn A- Texn pnictlcnlly Into it irolnle
to Join. The Kntisa Clt), Tort Scott it
Momphl nlo itBteed to Join tlie nocln
tlon fur Vot on It line n SprltiK
field, Mo, which protect the t'rtst
loitul Knnns bulne9 of the Atclilon
)tem, and thnt wa whv o strnnu n
llUht wnn mnde to Ret the Tort Scott
to become n member. ltrRimtlnR the
Colomdo ninit, It wit decided to nrRtie
llrt with the Colorado Mldlntid and for
the putioe the ml1onnile tumid
liotnevvnnl They will lmvi n con
ference with Receiver Christine, of the
Midland, to-morrow mornitiir
OreRo 1 Improvement CompiinT.
Portland, Ore , June 17. The nnnltnl
tiifsIlimr of tlie stockliolder of the Ote
uon Improvement ComiMti) vvn held
In thi city tliim afternoon The mcot
liiff wa calleil to order bv President W,
It St.irbuck nml Secretaiy l'ototi acted
H secretnr of the meetltiR There were
present c. It. I'rescott, C H. Ted
castle, C. J Smith. C A n.ilph. W. M.
Lndtl. K S lloolev, Paul 1 Mohr, KlIJ.ili
Smith nnd W. H Stnrbuck. Mr. Stav-
liuck lind a his nttortus W It. llur
lelKh. of Seittle, and .Intiu McNtUiRlit,
of New Y'ork Mr. Smith wns repre
sented by PrM H. llomnn, Pennlor
Dolph nnd H. W Wtltlams. ot thi city.
The Htitunl reiKirt ot the president
vvn received but not rend nnd the
ballotlnc for director vvn Immediately
commenced. Tlure were two ticket In
the Held The one repreontlntr the
Hlljih Smith fnctlon vvn n follow
Henry PnUlm.-. C H. Lewi, C A
Polph, V. M Uidd. J Hourne, Jr , of
Portland; Klijih Smith, Umpire Clt
Ore.; lJdvvin S. Hooley. J. Hoffman.
J. U O'Nell, Charles McQuald, Charles
Sehultr, Xevv York
Those offeied for director hv the
faction that 1 now In control, that Is.
the ticket of Pre-ldent Stnrbuck. was
ns follows- Ilenrv Palling. C H Lewi,
W M. Ladd. C. A. DMph, Joseph Simon,
Portland Willi un K Hobert. OcsDrge
Tavlor, New York: S .1. Smith. Se
attle; C. P Tedcnstle. G. H. Pilnce, W.
11 Starbuck, New York.
Hefore the counting of the vote vvn
completed .1 leecss was taken until 10
11. m tu-moiTOW It cannot be ascer
tained how much of the stock hub been
voted until the counting Is completed
The Smith faction claim the) voted
2,000 s-h.ires, which Is a majorit.
1In short! 11 the Hiiuti.
Cameron, Mo., June 17. (Special ) It his
b-en learned from sources which are con
ceded reliable of a move on the pirt of the
Chkago, BurllnRton .L Quint y sjstem
which will shorten Its line into Kansas
Clt) feveral hours and practlt illy insures
10 mat resin man carr)ing contract oc
tween Chicngo and Kansas Clt that can
In no event he taken away by competition
while conditioned on time between those
The "Q" now operates a harrow gungo
line from Des Molne, I.i . to C.Unsvillc,
Harrison countv. Mo ird since the plan
of the Haltlmore ft Ohio nnd Northwestern
compnnles to enter Knns is Clt) h) build
Inir a short line of trnrk from Cainsvillo
to Trenton and from 1 ronton to St Joseph,
it has begun the prelltnlnar) work of
chanRlng this narrow gu.iRe to a standard
guige line, the object being to build from
Culnsillle to this clt), here to connect
with Its present Qulncy and Kansas city
l'ne, which now carries the Chicago-Kin-s-is
Clt) fast mill
The dist nice is considerably shorter than
Its prf-ent route, but little more thin the
connect'on to be covered by the oth.r lines
mentioned, though still making the short
est possible line between the two cities
The statement is m ide b) one in position
to kiow the f tcts. while tht feasibility ot
the plan ir. undoubted
The advantages which would result to
thli clt) are onl) such as would but n.it
ur.ill) come to an ordinnr) div sion point.
Will lie. lore Km. ..
St Louis. Mo, Juno 17 Hv ngreernent
between all the lines In Int. n-t St Louis.
Missouri river 1 ites are to b n stored on
Iun. 29 ind rigidly miintainel on nnd after
that dnv Ti ifllo olllclnls ar. hopeful that
theie will be no more d morillution on
this side of the river for some time to
tome 'I here will be 11 meeting of the st
Louis commutes; of tin Wi-tern Trunk
lines to-morrow morning
The executive olllcers of the line between
the Mtouri and MIssUslt.pl rivers hive
tits itled lu follow the ex lmple of the man
agers of the Texas roils an 1 restore
freight rate- between tho-e points on Hie
same due when the Texas rates aro to be
restored, Jul) 23
Itt r in rs C riillt nt f s.
st Paul, Minn, June 17 Hefore Judge
Sanborn, of the Unittd States circuit
tsjuit. applkatlon was mnde by the re
ceivers of the C11I011 Pi lib roul lor the
Issiiiiiu e of ret elvers' ei title ates foi the
purpose of making necc-Fiiry repnirs on
the line of the Kansas ft ntral roul, one
of the feitltrs of the I'niun Pacllle line
umihti mourn bnilllu an uliler that eer
tlllcutes to tho amount of JlJOOci) be Is
sued nnl Hint the proietds be devoted to
the repuiilng nnd building of bridges
along tho lino of the Kansas Central.
Kiist Itiiiinil Milium nis.
Chicago. June 17 Hast bound shipments
list week were 4.7y, tons URilnst 51.71S for
Ihe previous week and ISSiil for tht cor-
lespondlng week of list )enr.
not 11.1. vitvissi:.
(irorgo Augustus Subi s,j, it 1, jUg
Not I it In Hi. I'iiIiii.
London Tcligiaph Some twenty )ears
ago I eiossed fiom Oi.in In Algeria to
Carthigena lu Spain. It was a cattle
steamer and the only passengois wore the
owner of ihe caltlo ami m)stlf He- was
.1 big. bull) lough-looklng. but good-in-turod
Marstlllais who kiagged Incessantly
about his oxin and his heifers. n,, 1 ,,,
atiaitl. romniietd 11 little He- h id been he
said, thu "c ontluc teui" of a ilillhente, who
hail made lib, wu). At all tveiits, he vvun 11
capital took, und gavt us every da) it
flesh sample of this Pioieuial kitchen. I
inn see him now chopping up the mateilils
toi .1 boulllabahse. line of thn ship's bo) s
brought him a large turtheii pot, und Into
this he threw unions, garlic, oil, and tt II
Itnot In Oath-MUiii lotatoes Thtn he
added indiscriminately u (liianilty of ilsli
with salt, .pepper and mustanl "Now."
said he, when he had finished, "take this
to tho galley ond tell ihe took to put It
on a feu d'enfer." There was no glass of
water pci head there, no slices of hum.
no Madcila. It was the mil nlri 1.1mm
bouillabaisse. Buch as pirates and biuuggiur.
might prcnaie on n lock und eat with horn
spoons. Ami, again, ubscrve the curious
nihility that 1 lsts between the boullhi.
biissu of tho Mediterranean and ihe clam
chowder qf New lhuMand. Into tho Amei
lean tlsh stew uro Introduced slices of salt
ptiiiv tiin cruc-Kcis, or iiii-fuiis, nut tne
principle of tho two messes & the same
.Ami 1 have not the slightest doubt thnt
tho chowder of New lhigland was origin
all) a pirate's dish, which may have I.. en
devoured with great gusto b) Captain K)d
and his rascall) companions. It was ut
Marseille's last Chilstmustlde that 1 re
solved to make 11 tltau breast of It, and to
liberate mj soul In tho matter of boullla.
bnlsse. 'Ihe matter came, uliaut in this
wise; I was on my way to Nlcu nml Home,
very III und r four tla)s 1 was snowed
up In the Phocean elly. The railway ser
vice was stopped, the cabs, omiiibusses and
trumcais had ceased to ply, und the street
pavements were so uniformity covered with
the veigUb, or frozen lain, that ou began
to contemplate the expediency of craw ling
up and down the Cunncblere on all fours.
At the expiration of the four du) It
thawed; 1 wus remote, un rlendid. melan
choly ami sliw, und I thought It might
bo a distraction to take a carriage to tho
Hi-serve und philosophize u little on boullla
bulsse Not 11 sIiirIo soul was to be seen at
the big itstauruiit, but the waiter Informed
mo that several ladles and Kentlemen had
breakfasted there that moriilm,', and that
four cabinets particular had been en
gaged for tho du) after to-monow. Ho
nlso wus a Maiselllals, and was possibly
drawing the long bow. At all events, I
had the principal saloon to in) self, and
the waiter was Rood enough to light u.
Are, which, after half an hour, warmed, I
should nr, nbotii a twentieth part of the
, Honlllnbatsse, of coure. I had no appe
tite nnd toyed with the dlh; but there
wns oon very good chnblls, and the cheese
tin" excellent. Th wnlter was n. xery In
telligent fellow, nnd .told me a greil deal
about Provencal cookery. Thero wn nil
loll, which I n kind of paslo or pomatum
mnde of pounded garlic, oil. butter and
crumb of hrend Thi horrible compost I
t nten ns a condiment n Ith any kind of dish
ott choose to name. Then there Is bour
rlde. which Is a llsh soup thickened with
)olk of, egg nnd brnndlile In fresh cod
boiled with, onions, garlic, oil,, white, pep
trr. Inm-el Icnte nnd sage it wn brnn
uade. by the wny. thnt. under the Klrt
emjdre. ihtd the foundation ot the fortune
of the Trot Prere Provoncevc The three
brother, who were nil good cook, brought
with them to Pari their recipe forirnti
ilndn nnd Oilier Prniencnl dishes, but 1 do
not know lint boulllnbnlpn wh patronized
by Tnlleirnnd or Cnmbacere. or Vouchte.
the great nrbtter of entlng In the dA) of
the Plrst Nnpoleon. I snt long In the big
siloon of the ltescrve. wrapped in nn n
trrtehnti pelisse, moodily smoking and med
itating on bonlllibnlsse. I nm convinced
tint It 1 nn Imposture, I nm sure that any
Intelligent medical tnnti would tell us Hint
nil this oil nnd nil this garlic cannot be
conducive to heilth In short, lioullln
balse 1 a delusion and n pnnre that should
le exposed nnd held up to odium,
AlllltIT CIIIM.li: M)I.IMi:il9.
itorlrs of the titter IterUlessness ntul Cnl
Inusiirss of Ibrlr Clinmrli rs.
Those Chinese soldier who have come
to the Itetl Cross hospital nre apparently
cood fellows enough, very frnnk nnd
friendly, ntul with no nppearatice of
ferocity or brulnllt), sa)s n corrcsp.intletit
of Ihe london Time. Yet the stories
which we henr on nil hind show utter
recklessness nnd callousness on their part
ns to the mlerv they bring on other.
Traveler nre liable to be robbed by them
even of the clothe they wear. One man
wn earchcd seven time between here
and Lino ).nng nnd hi shoes tnken from
him. o thnt he had to go barefoot
through the now Another renched this
torl with half of lit garment gone.
When soldier enter 11 111iro thev take
forcible tocMon ot Inn nnd private
house, with nil they contain. .The peo
ple have learned bv hitler experience, ntul
on their approach women nnd children
nre hurrledl) removed Hut food ntul
nr.thi.fit. rntinn, li. rositeeted. nnd ninny
a nun has sfcn his entire wlntir store of
grain for himself and hi famllv wasted
in a single dnv. for what the soldier can
not ne themselves they often carelessly
tnrow 10 incir nor"e. . ,
Onlv one fnct enn be brought forward
In extenuation of the conduct of the sol
dier, nnd that Is thit they hnve no
money to buy their dillv food. Most ot
their tiny Is absorbed hy the manv olll
eers through whoe I11111I It hns to pass
bffore It cm reath them. Not unnit
urnlly many of these olllcers nro hated bv
thoe under them, lint there are instance
of devotion which prove what the Chinese
nrmy might bo. AmotiR those wounded nt
Chln-chou vvn a captain who hid alwn)
been kind to his men. and was. conse
quently, erv popular nmong them. After
the lighting was over ome of them went
to look for him. and found him l.vlng not
far from their colonel, who was also se.
rlouslv wounded, but whom they hated.
The litter called out to them, llrst com
manding nnd then entreitlng them, to sie
him, and promising them an) thing they
nsked Instend of saving, the) killed him;
but their cnptiln they carried nwny with
out any entreitles, and he Is now In thf
lied Cross hospital.
The Chinese nre Inmentnblv Ignorant of
their own arms nnd ammunition Compara
tively few hive nnv Idea of using the
sight on their guns, nnd thev complitn
thit their hot fall hort, while, they
themselves are struck bv the enemv. They,
of course, lnv the blame on their guns,
nnd a storv wis current nmong them Hint
their cnrtrldges were filled with wnx In
stead of powder. Uxperts here examined
these sime cirtrldges, nnd pronounced
them to be without fiult. The Chlnest.
hnd failed to understand tho need of tho
wax which they certainly do contain.
ANOTIIKIt LINCOLN STOUT.
IIiiw Abe's Premises SAcro Fixed Up In HI
Absence mill the ltenults.
"I never hnd the pl"nsiirc," remarked
Secretary Morton to a icpresentatlve oC
the Washington Star the other day, "ot
an) near or pirtlculnr acquaintance with
Abrnh 1111 Lincoln I hive hid him de
scribed to mo often, however, by men closo
to him, and who knew him well As every
body Is aware, Lincoln was a mm of
humor, rutin r thnn wit; fond of a good
story and a good Hugh Lincoln was not
nn orderly mnn nnd paid no vast heed to
things about liim If he had owned a 1 iwn
It would probably have struggled through
life unmowti, and a gate on one hlngo
struck Lincoln us being Just ns good a
gnto as it it owned two In good tuith, un.
les men have rominced be)ond iinson.
Lincoln was a bit shiftless. His fences
were apt to be down, and many a matter
needed doing' about the home of Lincoln.
I lecall a story of the great president
which lllthnrdson, once a member of tho
national hou-e from Illinois, and a great
friend of Lincoln, told me
"'We, Lincoln anil I, hid been away on
Ihe rlrt ult together, s iltl Itlch irdson 'Thn
Judges and law) t is traveled from countv
to count) in tho-e tl.i)s, the formir to hold
f ourt and the 1 itter to tiv what cases they
had and pick up other- Lincoln und I hnd
been nvv.i) Fome weeks, nnd one afternoon
tow ird the close ot nu eirly summer's day
wo rode into Springfield, where Lincoln
lived His artl mil tho scene nbout tho
house had been, when he left, a bit disrep
utable. The fence needed mending, tho
).ird lacked cleaning up, the house wanted
it coat of mint, some of the windows ex
hibited a broken pipe, while, odd nnd Irrl.
t.itlng hunches of brambles and clumps of
locust shoots cried for the sc)the and
brush nnd brushhook This was the con
dition when Lincoln left. Hut during his
absence Mrs Lincoln hnd Instituted a cam
pilgn of her own As we diove up to tho
place we found the fence repaired, the y.iltl
mown and clenn, ever) pine of glass wns
In, and the house glistened nnd shone with
a 1 oat ot whim paint. Mrs Lincoln her
self stood In the fiont door to t njoy the
effect of all this onlei nnd resoratlon on
her husband. Hut on this occasion he held
the middle of tho roul nnd looked cohllv
on tho house anil his wife, as one who did
not recognize either He made ns if he
wanted to go by Just opposite the gate,
however, he pulled up his horse, and with
a face grave enough, bar a twinkle of the
eve. bowed with ure.it iiollteness to Mrs.
Lincoln and said. "I beg )our pardons
iiuiijiiiu, out con jtm ten mo vvno lives
" 'Send )our horses to the barn nnd you
and Mr Hlchanlson come in. I'll show) 011
who lives hem,' responded Mrs. Lincoln,
with Just a trice or niltle In her tone.
And Honist Old Abe went In.' "
'Ihu Air Hrtilcti and oupler I,nw.
Engineering News, Within tho short
space of thirl) months from this time the
ruilwn)s of the I'mted States must com
plete the equipment of thtii freight cars
with automatic counters and air brakes, In
order to lomph with the livv passed by
corifcrrss in Peuruar), j3 How great a
task this Involves can be stated with a fair
degree, of uccurac). On June Su, idfij, ac.
cording 10 the Interstate commerce com
mission's statistics, them were about 1,21.1,.
fcuo freight equipment tars In service, of
which about 275,1X0 were equipped with au
tomatic couplers, ami 2D,0t) were equipped
with ulr brakes. How many cars have
lu en equipped In the two )eais since that
llmaf We need haidly s.i) that no exact
statistics on this point are available. The
best we can do Is to make an approximate
estimate from the known facts. During
tho hscal )car mdlng Juno JO, ISO., there
were in round numbers 25,0uo freignt cars
tqulppfd with air brakes, and 7J,0i) equip
ped with automatic couplers. In the )ear
ending Juno So, li'ji, thero were about K,
e) tars equipped with air brakes and
about 75,1x10 with automatic couplers.
Has the rate of progress of lKii been kept
up for the past two )ears? W'e consider It
ver) doubtful. During these two jears. as
eveiy one knows, most ralhva)s have been
cutting down expenses In every way pos-
oiuic. inu uuuuiiis ui iie curs uas tieen
little more than enough to offset the du.
crease due to tho wearing out ot old ones.
During the )car ending June SO, 1WI, it is
believed that the iqulpment of curs with
brukea and couplers fell to a try low
llgure. The )ear Just drawing to a close
has ccrlalnl) seen much greater activity
lu these matters. espte,lally during the, lau
ler half; ami )et tt lb unquestionably true
that a ver) large proportion of the rull
vvu)s are still In such financial condition
that their olllcers are doing practically
nothing In thu dliectlon of C(impl)lng vvlta
tho brake anil coupler law.
Hut not to overestimate the task which
the lailroads of this country have before
them, let us suppose; that as many as 176,.
000 freight cam have been equipped with
brakes and couplers during the past two
jears. The number can hardly bo material.
y in excess of this! it seems entirely prob.
able that It Is much sin tiler. Accepting It,
however and also assuming that there has
been no increase in freight rolling stock
is ji, m. we unu tnut there ur
at the present day at least kuo.000 freight
equipment cars with old-st)le couplers, and
ubout S.'5,0u0 without air brakes.
After reviewing each poislble contingen
cy, the conclusion seems Inevitable that
the rail w. lis ot the country must, within
the next thlrt) months, complete the equip,
ment with air brakes and the M. C. il
couplers of all freight cars used in general
Interchange, which means the purchase of
couplers au4 brakes or some j50D,OW caw.
The Doctor's Column
3. V.. , Chicago Will you please let me
know a remedy for reddening In the faco
Take Cerebrlne, extract of the brain, in
three drop doe, three time dally.
J. a. It, Minneapolis, Minn. Continue
the use of TeMlne, In three drop dose,
three limes dally, then ue Cerchrtne, In
five drop dose, morning nnd evening for
a week. Cold sponge bathing In tho morn
ing would be nn excellent h)glenlo treat
Mr. C. L , N'ew York tor the local
trouble use enrbolatcd vaseline, rind take
PebrKlde pill, one morning and evening,
for one week.
M M. It, New York I hate a very had
piln In my left rlde.wlth pnlpntatlon of the
heirt. and a bloated condition in the re
gion of tho stomnch.
Take a tonspoonful of Natrollthlo Bntt,
In hnlf a tumbler of water, morning nnd
evening for a week, then follow with Cer
ebrlne, extract of the brnln, In throe drop
docs on the tongue, three time dally.
W. r New York l'leac ndilo a rem
edy for n cough with pilns nrotind the
kklnevs and sometimes In the atomieh:
had pneumonia over a )ear ago, and tho
cough ever since.
Take Pebrlclde Pills, one, three times
a day for two weeks, then Cnrdlno, ex
tract ot the henri, In three drop doses on
the tongue, three times dnlly for two
Dale, New York I nm sufterlng with a
weakness ot thn sexual organ.
Take Testlne, extract of the testes, In
three drop doses, three limes dally for a
week, then Cerebrlne, In same doses for a
week, and so on, alternating, for two
A. R , Chicago Please slato treatment
Take Tcsilne, oxtnet ot the testes,
three time dnilv, in three drop doses on
tho tongue; local cold bathing nt night,
hnlr matlres, light covering, open win
dow, plenty of outdoor exercise, nvoldnuce
of splcv food nnd tobacco.
Mis I It, Ckvelnnd Por tho relief of
the obesity, tnke Thymidine, extract ot
the Hi) rolil glilul. In three drop doses on
the tongue, three times dnlly. Por the
disorder of the dlgotho s)steni, tnke two
tenspuonfitls ot Nntiolllhlc Silt In n
tumbler ot water, dnllv. an hour before
breakfast. W. T. I'AIIKIIU, M. P.
P. S All letter of Inquiry on medical
subject directed to the Columbia Chemi
cal Comniny. Washington. D. C. will bo
answered free cither In these ooluinns or
by mull direct.
THE ANIMAL EXTRACTS
The mint wonderful thempeittlo
discover) "Into thu tliljs of Jeimer.
CI'.ItKllltl.M; Irom the Hnln
Por diseases of the Drain nnd Nervous
MKIIilI.LIMI From tho Spinal Cord
Por Hplleps), Locomotor Ataxia, etc.
CAItOINi: From tho Heart
Por Diseases of tho Heart,
Por Premature Decay.
Por Diseases of Women,
Por Ecrema nnd Impurities of the Blood.
Dose, r. Drops. I'rlti, two Ilriililus, Wl.OO.
ALL DItUGfilSTS Send for Hook.
Por milnrlal iflectlons and all Inflamma
tory Diseases or which Pover Is an accom
paniment Of Inestimable value In Neural
gia, foi sick Headache a specltlc.
I'rlco per box of 20 pills CO cents.
One hundred pills, J2 00
For Habitual Constipation Torpor of the
How els or Inactlcn of the Liver, Head
ache. C istrlc Dyspepsia. Intesllntl Dys
pepsia Want of Appetite, Languor and
As a mild, effective purgative It has no
Price. DO cents per bottle.
COLUMBIA CIIIMIK'AI, CtlHI'ANY,
WnsbiiiRtoii, II. ('.
Ihe Process by "Which tho I amy Htlge
Almost ever slnco the first hooks were
made the fashion of marbleizlng tho
edges of many ot them Ii.ih been in
xogue. It used to be, however, that
only the mort oxpenslvo volunit s those
bound in full calf and elibor.itelv let
tered had their edges thus garnished, but
now such llnlshing Is left for the most
Girt for ledgers, da) books and other
lank books Intended for busln.ss use.
Though long before gilt etlgt s w ere
thought of thu ornamenting of the plain
white edges of bouks to Imltite marble
wns popular, thero has been littlo or nt
eh ingo In the process since Its Hist intro
duction It is generally supposed, si)s tho St
Louis llepubllo, that all such details
haie come under the stamp of tho book
maker's art, until there is nothing left
In them to remind one of their Hist and
earliest da)s, but not mnrbllng As tlmn
hns gone on the populirlty ot this method
of embellishing paper has grown less,
consequently thero hns been no need to de
vise means b) which It could be mora
speedll) done There have been some Im
ptovementH lu the original methods, but
most bookbinders still btlck to the old way
as good enough
Instead of books whizzing through ma
chlncr), ono after another, and taking on
their marbled edges In some in) Merlons
manner ns might be supposed, eich book
is tnken by hand nnd sepaiatel). and tho
leaves tllpptd, tlghil) held togethci. into
the liquid thit mirks thpir edgts with tho
man) -colored little veins, btfoiu the Lov
ers are out on.
A trOUCll. about lien lnrli..a ilnan la
filled with gum water, on tho surface of
which various colored pigments; hnve been
thrqwn anil disposed In various forms
with a comb with coarso vviie teeth.
The cans of liquid paint uro ranged
along tho sides of the trough, nml fiom
them tho paint Is taken b) dipping into
them long, soft hair brushes, that 1110
held over the water and allowed to drip,
Ono color Is put down right over tho otlu r,
and the wide coarse comb drugged through
them. The books nro extremely dextei
ousl) dipped into the water, and the coloia
adhering to their nlges aio set by dashing
cold water over them Hut one of tho
three edgm at a time can be imrblelzed
and set up on end before ihe book t-.in bo
h indled ngain for another dipping.
Thus the variegated etlges ot hooks und
marbled pipers for thu sides ami covers
of them are produced. Tho process
in ly seem a little plow, but It answers
nil thu needs that tho bookbinder finds
"IL-N CKM" I'lir UF I,U.NCIIi:oNS.
Six "Companies" Are Now Doing 11 lloui
UlibiB Iliulnt un.
Tho leady "put-up" lunch, for delivery
in oillces and downtown stores, has
reached such proportions that there uro
now six rival conn-rim in the business lit
New ork City, The mimes assuinul by
tlieso concerns are In some instances Ini
presslve. As a rule they are culled com
panies. Competition runs high, and tho
result Is that for ten cents the busy clerk
messenger, elevator boy or stenogiapher is
supplied with a sumptuous luncheon,
Several of the "companies" havo their
servants attired In not form nr 11, ..,-.. ,m"
average lunch consists of two sindvviches
one of cheese, the other of meat-somei
times two kinds of meat-a pkeo of ide
an apple, orutiKe, bunanu, cherries, uianes
a peuch. or a section of pineapple., accciidi
Ing to season. Theso are ticutly packed in
paper boxes such as aro used fur cariyln
fried o)sters 01 lee-cieam bricks, wlih a
Japanese paper napkin. One concern In.
eludes a small bimuh of wooden tooth
picks, another throws in quill toothpicks.
lor u while- the rule prohibiting boot
blacks. besRais, peddlers or sollcltois
from enteilng olico buildings worked
against tho success of this lunch deliver),
but that embargo has been removed either
b) uirungemont w th the Janitors or onler
of the owners fully 2oa bo)s und men aio
now engaged in tho work of delivery, anil
uniformed servitors with their baskets or
tra)s am a common sight "downtown "
ltcgular subscrlbeis are given commula.
Hon rutes. Tlie Wall streeVdlstrlet s tho
especial harvest of the lunch companies
The business grows more popular every
day. An effort to introduce a 25-cent lun
cheon was a failure. The man or boy with
25 cents is most likely to go out to
Gate City Electric Co. Have an elec
tric far. sent to our ollice at once. All
sizes. Full stock. Low price.
The tut 'iruln to bt. I.uuU runs oa tho
WubasU Itullroud. No other lino tun uwk
the time made b) thu Wulmh.
Ten cents a week.
At your door every raornlnjj.
,.j a a aMa