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TIIK KAiNSAS U1T JOUIINAL WEDNESDAY. .tUIVJfilU, 18115.
HONORS EVENLY DIVIDED.
THtr,uoitiTt:s,Tw)i:c onh riimei:
am) mom t sini.it mis.
Hindi ijln, ttlnp Miinc, Manila T.iloni I),
II, Initio II. inn) Brown Dirk the
Uliuiire i ste-rilit.t tint Inic lie
salts LWritherc lint riot
(or I ii'il ij.
Iri.k At lipoMllnn Driving park
w . surprisingly good con'ition vestrr
i r I hi lerrlfli downpour nf Mon-
iiiht. the going bum vetv fair it
f it f awaj from the mil. Thete werr
s v t on the day's card and Hip sport
w i- up lo the high standard which linl
h i . "tab!lihil
v ' i onl mo acIuiO favorite won
J I l li the fifth and Itrovvh Dick In
' th-all the winners were well ltvk
i w ii 'hpxlnalp exception of Blue Stone
' lh "f-onil race, which was hetlected In
t I ' e, gain to the pout with It to 1
. i ' hi in
i ' .t'.Kt thlnir of the day m Turk
n t third race, and It failed
I t iiii.i'njh. Turk was backed down
f i l. at which hp opnniil. to even
i 1 1 iKjme of th book refused to
t i, i mure money on him at ans ptl'c.
I he rauld tto win to tun thin!, to
w i r and Pony Hob.
.s m' i limit n hud a hard time with n
l c I . f home In the first rapp. fir
i ' u notorious old toguc, delased
tl nt n Ion tlmp bv refusing to Join
h i mil IJucpii ll.'gent nlso acted
i ih.. pout. txinsdsle, tho favoflte,
V ii .1 at A to I nnd was backed (tow tl
' . l absolutely refused in break, as
1 cmip I. Mr. Ilrown held Hip
' r h m over half nr hour, and then
i n it thr pool, neither having made
Hi i up! io break
'l i i it or ,lock MelntMP, who hn
hi I from si Louis, wa a feat-
ii mi mounts hp nan wcr on
l tl tml Hrowu 1I. k. ami he land-
i I them wlnnein
i i-nlnni' was gratirylngly large
v ili counter aiitaitlons of the
una and the Kiticera' plenlcboth
Itcw nmnv people.
is piMirt opemd mth a lah of
I itip-hiilt nirtotigs, Tor whl-h nil
tin starters on th" rani went to
-i In tlie opening belting lliinlin
le in'irue ni 4 let i, iin nuict .--iiiiii
c . iirnl linilnli (it S to I. Thirp wni
n Id play l,.miluli .ilid lie will Imrkeil
w J to I, ultlli' Hardin nnd lll-n-k
' ii r- kIpiI to threnji Tht Held hud four
lii i I irf In Sir . hitrlt", Irtinndnlp (juppn
11 f, t ,in I llertlp 1,, ,in 1 tho rpdiilt wii'
i - m I tlrpaoinc delay nt tho pot.
i s ii'ei Ilrown wan trvlni? to cot
tlnir i'I jn toi'iliir Sir t'hnrli"i pranrpd
. ii ir r 1 ihn ti nk nnd refnpj to 10 tip
i li I. II mid I.nniil.ili' nnd llcrllo 1.
w i 1 1 n it brPiik and polli"d fp.-prnl othrr
i h lart rinallj. d"ipalrlilK nf
.i t ti th mo lixt name I to lip-alt, Start-
r lir imi nft thi'in at Hip pot nnd cnt
" nt ii a.i, to an cNrslli'lit utart.
1'B'i iv i hi llrst to nhoiv, ploicl attend
i i in II ir tin and Victor II. ThH order a
in ii i I In tli liaik Mrntrh, where Sir
t'h l 1( v in 1 lllnrk Sitln moved up to the
le 1 1 r l.ntirlni? Hip treti-h Itliek Ualln
nt ti t(. front and won eiy el( verly
In time pirtH of a Ieni;th from Sir t'liarle",
hv lii.it Hai.lln half i length for the
pl.ire VI' tor It. Morgan ( and Qncdi
ISck ii' wire all prominent In the llrst half
Of 'hi t up but died away In the xtretih
The m ond rai e. at fix fiirlonu" brotiKht
ten ti the pnt with l.eonell an odds on fa-
ir ti on the strenkth of her easy win on
Ssttnrl fn in a Held of fnt oiw I'ot
lto i h ipd at "i 1 1 1 nnd lonK pi lies were
mark I up iealnt all the otheri, .Wither
l.eondl i ir ivit Ilo evi r ent any tlKiire
In thi ri e both riiiiiilntr linlirferentb
1 l.i in w.ih th" leader at the jt.trt and
rrmalnr I In front to the Im-k treli h.
when "lie wuh pnRed b li next I, and
llhie Ktotin I'rnetit I. looked nil over a
lAlliiiir ii the Held tuuiiR Into the "treteh,
htit a iKteenth out from home llliie rttone
fronted and llnlihlnir utronir won In handy
fashion The rue foi the place was dose,
'rnet , be.itlm,' John I' out a nei k
John 1' cot off last Hid had a bad ride,
hut made up a lot of eronnd, running a
betier ra e than tile winner.
Kor the thlid race at lx and a half fur
loncs Tirk was the cholee of the tnletit,
but Wind i T, fnele John and Mls Addle
n!t cirrln! eoiisld-rahle money .Ms Ad
dle Mas well lucked, but ran a urpivni;lv
poor nee ntilttlnjvr like a don In the lav't
qmirter Wanda T nnd Turk were the
le ulers at ih statt and they "howed the
im tin. I wll down the back xtri ti'h.
where I'onv Hob Joined them, and It was
a Rre-it n ' home belwei n the three, Turk
(rive it up In the last sixteenth. Iea ins
Wain T ami l'ony lloh to tlcht it out,
th frm r wlnnliiK bv half a leiiKth, with
Turk ih rl tin same distance ludilnd I'onv
11 Ii M -s ,ile was a Lhcap fourth, and
thr r t nwhere,
mm pstnkes for 2-ear-oIds which had
.x sui'i'is was the fourth event on the
c in! Pinnle Hunt was the favorite opeii
IHK a s ii but roln,' luck to ; to I nt the
V T .in II. II . was the most fancied of
thi h, r- and prob ibly curled as much
u i) .i- the favorite Klni; Hazel wn
aim w 11 supported at 3 to 1 At the fall
of i'i (lat. Mclntyre took Tom fi. II out In
fpjii in i biistllns: him alone he Kent hlin
i the end. winning un eas race
H 'i I took vioiiil place In the
in I kept It, while Hawthorne Hello
lurl Mislaid lit 20 to I. ran well
iiitlonKs, but Tannic Hunt could
in h ra'e at (p furlongs the fa-
ini is nua tneir innings 'I tie rast
r" ' I ' ! op-ned at even inonej ami
(I down tn 3 to : at the post
i ' i I 'lit h.i, ked down from 10 to 1
i v iv ei ond i holi e Lottie li was
' i' i and was never In uny danger,
.. ii, the way and winning as tdic
I li.nney Aaron Jr , took second
I r imislng the stand and niain-
" 'ii the end. There was a great
r i hlrd place all the waj botween
v i i id and One Dime, tho latter
i I v a head.
T i u- race was at five nnd i half
' - uid had clKht starter, with
I ' i l ka favorite and AS'odgeileld ns
i ' e Wedgelleld nnd Moss Terry
i is but on the llrst turn they
iv I and M tntre eleverly took
t I It throuiih n.xt the raft nnd,
lead piloted the Held home
"' I s Just beat Alva, out for the
FIvp and nne-hnlf furlanes
i K i s Him k Satin, blk f. 3. Van-
K ii-.ake 99 IVan t'amp) 3 to 1,
- arles lit (Cottrell) S to 1. ape.
i ii 'U iMjtthews). 3 to I, third.
IMt'i 1,'iiem Urgent .Muunt-
i tor II and Morgan alo ran.
i i I Ilertie I, left nt the Host,
' niie-SIs furlongs. Welr p
l'lui. Htone. IdK. h 5, Tenstone
P s (jlne), t'i to to 1, won; 1'rncst
I lli'i i, so to 1. second; John I .
il v ri JO to 1. third. Time, 1 Si.
, : ilen llrovvn, I'm long, follei tor,
I i I'ivhii and l.eonell also ran
' i . -Six an I one-half furlongs,
1 iiupvnn's Wanda T, b g, ,
I iitl' J-'unnle. Wl (Hugeri, I to 1,
1 in Hub. Ill (IJeltul. 13 to 1, set ond;
'Hirtl ev.-n. third Time, 1 3d
i ii Craft, l'owhutta and Ml Ad-
i i. . Two.j ear-olds; Ovo furlongp.
I ii ion, Tom I) II li c Duke of
m - Kitty U.ildill. 113 (.Mi-Inurel.
S win King Hazel ir, rfrdl, 3
1 ' i hi. iinirne nne, u (Hart).
i.' , '''.'!.. 'nmr ' (l8 I'nnlo Hunt.
" i I mil Irgo also ran.
rive flirlouus It Ktlne'it l.nl.
i I I"
1 I (I
I 'K in , a , Utile Alph-Kltt Ilea tie,
mini. 5 to S. won, Harney Anion.
. (Matthews), U to 1, second; One
I -i (Ilarti, 10 to l, third Time, 1
I Lank, Kmpuor Hlllet. Arthur
Nill.e C.iiteid, Caml'Io I), nnd
Jr also ran.
ii'c-riv nnd on-half furlqiigs
s mm. r Ilrown Dltk. h g . a . Imp.
hir i 1'iugfila, 112 (Mclnure), 3 to 2,
Mi-- Terry III (I'ottrelli. to m i
si t ' lvi. 90 (Van Panipi. 10 to l, third
' - ' Kansas fllrl, Mamie S. I-uly
(( ' tv i , WcdgtlUld and (loll Cup aUo
I r '
Mi llape fin Tn-dij's t aril.
Th tr.i k u-JII be all rlxnt again for thii
B'rr (.ii s ri inn and the card nil! pre
sti six gool raeia The llelda nre large
et r t m tit the starters will make their
fr t aur;iiani? at the rot-nlng Kollow-
K ar th' entrka ar.d weighU'
l" r rai. Thrie-ipiurtcrs of a mile.
I.- 'ii' 117, Nora !al HI. Hello T, Mj
Ha kc I ild, Krace, In7, Hay Don. 116; Lit-
e III k. l't. Kerllda. 91, t'atitaln Jack, 116;
I r ( '11. Augustus, l. Illlllo I.evvls. S
Hr r I race Thlrti eii-slxteenths of n
in ' I'I (Jlfiin, l.'l. I'a Julv , 119; f)nzo,
1"J H i I, l.'l. Vuledlnory. 119: I'nilu
J hr, ii, 1,. ocell, 117, Tt-Hspiing, lit).
'third rn c KlrVt-n-slxttenths of a mile.
13 -irr i J. jig Kl, Kunii, 105, Mois Terry.
! . V tor Carl , Wanda T.. : lien
Htz- r PH. Wild Hrler, &; honest I..
H Furlons !(di, Mainlt I, ,57; Vlrglnite, 9').
Fourth ree Three-fourths of a mile
Post IUy, 12); J A dray. IUJ: Cyrus, 117;
Fo.'eril ill. WedgilUld. 116. Jobn It., Hi.
Vt tor II HC; Valdemur, 108; Hlllo, 117,
1'far' s Mills, 112. '
F Ith luce Klve-t-lithths of a mile. Xa
dine, M; Mayvlew. 8S, Hopper, 109; Dough
nut. 101. E A. Ila, 1W, I. Orlppe. IW;
15ltl 1D1 Mnrrhv. tlrf!
atL-iacc-1'lve-eli-htbs et a mile. LaUy 1
i.i'ewood, M, Hcnrv I. nt Thurman, if!;
!.ftin Jr If!; John r P- l.nn Dav, lai.
' ini Annon, Jr. 107. i;'her Cleveland,
iiinnsti m iim,i I niiNTi:it.
He lumeil HU Ability Its Mn il short Itaee
New York, Jtltip Is -Neirlv I CM jwonle
went to the Hhepphpd Unv track to-dnv
to watth the welng, an i pllpnt ard
having been provided In the opening
rai e Unirilno was an n.'ds on favorllp, nnd
won pasllj In the second r-ne pplerte
wa the ratnrll, with riontin n strong
p ohd Ktoretln won easil lo the fnl
lime of 1 't 2- bfeaklne Ok iradi rriord
by a full ond our Jak was fnvorltp
in the thitd rai p. Inn got off bn 11) Crotn
well look the lead and hell It to the MM
elghl-h. when Heldtmerp an i lt'ilkln eame
nftei lilm and had no trouble In beating
In Ilia Hwlfl -takes Owlel was the fav
orite and althmiirh .he led to Hip stretch,
thr welnht told on her, and he gave It
up to l.lrrt, who won vir.v eallj. In the
llfth riire One I I.ovp wa favorlli. but
suffered the fate of the other lntPhila
slnn took the lend nhd held It lo the end.
although one I love was but a nose be
hind 'I he lat race ivn a heltet-skelti r
atTiilr. Willi Captain T favorite, and he
was nowhere. Arapahoe led thp wav, but
Nanklpoo muirht him Ih the lat few
Jimp and won hahdllv. The bookmakers
were eauhl tnklhg tnone for bets and
wete debarred from belling further by the
olllelal of the club f ummnrle
Mrt nee rive nnd a Halt ittrinngs
.1 to fi. won:
I'bi totum 1I2 (Sheed) , to 1, second!
Itey tli I iJariedes, bd (DogRetti, S to 6,
third, rime, 1 0' Hli'lciile and Clevis nlo
Sei ond race Mvs furlongs on nirf. I lor
etta, US (Hrlllln). ft to 1, won, Applegate,
IH tMcCnfTertyi. I to R, se.ond. l.n Vb ntn
II' (tMggett), la to I, third Time, 1 (! 2-,'i
Sir I'eter II Hrlk and llameroro also ran.
Third rice one and one-slMeenlh miles
lleldetnefe, 103 (Orlllln), lo 1, won eaoll) ;
Uedskin no (boEgetti, n to l. seeond;
Cromwell, ? (() l.enry). W) to 1, third Time,
I W Our Jack, Ulster Mary, Declare and
Aurellnn alo rait
I'oitrth race Seven furlotiR". T.lzi, 110
(Mldglej) R to I. won; Owlet, ins (I'enn), l
to 1, seeond; Oothim, 112 (Hamilton), S to
I, thitd Time, 1.2. Doggett, Applause
and Helmar nlo ran.
rifth race KIv e furlong lntermllon,
IP) (IVnti), I to I. won; One I I.nve. 110
Iflrlllln). even, second; Argentina. IHi (Me
Claim, ll'i to I, third. Time, r02 2-S l'er
tldv. Hell mil. Iiulete, Alittalyle, .Muriel and
llerev nlo ran
ilvlh race one mile on turf: selling.
Nanklpoo, 107 (tlrlllln). f, to 1, won. Arapa
hoe, ut (MeClnln). in to 1, seco.nl. I'aladln,
1(W (I'enni. Pi to 1. third Time. 1.11 l-S
Adclbert. iKing lleach. Sandowne luleg
rltv. Captnlti T, Atinet, Hermanlta. Corn
cob and Cockade nlro ran.
AM. Utl.v, IN NlltAKilll HI'.AIs.
Opening Hares of the 'I rutting .Meeting nt
Hrooklyn, N. V., June 1' Nine heats
served to decide the three laces on tho
programme to-day at the opening of the
llrooklvn trotting meeting In the Haiti-
more, l'lillailelphla and New York clictilt.
Majot Corw ln's performance In tho 2:S0
class was tho fentute of the day. Sum
.' ,V) class; trotting; purse, J300
Mnjor Corw In 1 1 1
s 3 2
'. J 4
2 a B
3 -I 3
I y I!
e 7 13
.....11 30 7
11 11 fi
io 13 a
Lady Harrison .11 9 1(1
.Montesmos , 9 12 12
Nellie Hell 12 ills
Senator Albert ir. ills
Artluit IC ills
Time 2 2, 2.23U., 2.11'i
2 2" class, patjng; pnise, JOni)
Sbll 1 1
Duchess Count 2 3 .1
waverly King 4 I
Hagle Lake , , f, fi
I'nimetto Prince 7 r.
Ziillka , S S
Time 2:2l'i. 2 22!,',, 2:21
2.3T cla.vs; trotting: niii.se. ."00
Victor 13 , :t
Hose , 2
Degrote i; r, i;
Maud c dis
Time-2 2S'i., 2.29'i, 2:27.
iliners nt l.tltoill i.
Citji Inn.itl. June IS A splendid card of
fl t.ies w.ih enjoved li about (i.OoO people
at Litonla to-dn The reunites of the
proj,inmme wete tin mile and a quarter
h.indivap and the live and a half furlongs
for high class 2-eat-olds, won bj Hainiro.
Two 1", to I shots won the tlrst two races
nnd put Hie general public In good humor,
for Latonla Is famous for the number of
long shot pikers. The track was faiil fast
to-day. It has been cut deep and is not as
fai this spring as usual. Summailes:
rirst rac-Selllng; lx furlongs. .Too
Hallej. I'i to 1, won. Hob Neel), 5 to 1,
seeond, Cilett I.ill) , 5 to 2, third. Time,
Second race-Silling; one mile. Tho
Sculptor, in to 1. won; Dominion. 11 to 3,
seiond, rraulcln, 7 to 10, third. Time,
Third race Selling; five furlongs, p'red
Harr, 2 to 1. won; Countess Irma, 9 to 5,
se-eond: Hot do, 5 to 1, third. Time. 1:024.
Poiiith raceHandicap; one mile and a
quartet. Voorhels, 3 to 1, won; Sellka, S
to 5, second; lilue and Oruy, 10 to 1, third.
rifth raco Purse; live and a half fur
longb. Hatnlro, 3 to 2, won: Heprleve, 15 lo
1. second; Amanda, I to 1, third Time,,
SlNth race Selling, six furlongs. Merry
.Monarch, II tn 5, won; Uoodwln.. S to B,
seoond; Annie il., I to 1, third. Time, l;ir..
Ilevnlts nt vt, I.iiiiU.
St Louis, Juno IS. Drilling rain and a
track that made the hoi sen think they
were In a tiog pond tendered It dllllcult to
ilil the vvlnucitf and Die talent sulterod
In the earl evtnts of the day .Minnie Cue
nnd Crania, two mud talks, were heavily
pl.icil in the llrst rate, but Llselg, an 8
to 1 shot, won easll There were dlsup
polnltmntH throughout the duy, the mud
overturning all cab Dictions.
1'lrat race nix and nne-hnlf furlongs
Llhclg. S to 1, won, I'ranla, evm. seioud.
The Kitten. 10 to 1, third Time, 1 2T-
Set ond rnie I'our and one-half fuilnngB
l'eatson. I lo 1, won, William Duke, .it .
to 1, beiotid, Hichmoiid Hullo, 4 to 1, thlid
Third race One and one-sixteenth miles
Huek Mnfc.sie, 1 to 3, won; Shining Hello, 10
to t. sieond. Michel, 6 to 1, third. Time,
I'oiirth raco Silling, seven and one-half
furlongs. I'lrat I'h.itice, I to 5, won, Hush,
15 to I. second, Campania, S to I, third.
Time, l 31.
ITfth race Purse, six furlongs Llseiu,
2Mj to 1, won: Linda, 7 to 10, seiotul, David.
Hi to 1, third. Time, 1 16
Sixth tace Helling three-quarters of a
mile Houble, 10 to 7, won, Mollle It . I to
I. second. Princess Hone, 3 to I, thud
Time. 1 19
sail I i un Li ii Itai e
Han P'ranclsio, Juno 15. Two favorites,
two seiond choices and an outsider woti the
races at the Hay district track lo-das
.Hist lace I'lve nml u hall furlongs.
Little Tough won, liolllo !., .I'lund: lied
Idle, thlid Time. 1 obi, '
Seiond race J've furlongs. .Monitor
won. (iiuele s., M.cond; Li'Qn L . third.
Time, 1 01
Thlid taie Six futlongs. Sir Itlchard
won Her -Mnjet, kecond; Jtikermun.
third Time, 1:13.
l'ouith i.iee One mile. Tar nnd Tartar
won, fiarila. kecond, Ma Day, thlid Time,
I'lftli tace Six furlongs. Thelma won,
Captain ltees, fcecond, iJImrinlton, third.
Iti troll Hi nlli'iiicii's Driving Club.
Detroit Mb h , June 15 The Hr-t of the
ra s of the tietilleiuen's Driving i lub were
hi Id at the Highland park link to- 'j
The wtuther wus pleakutu, tin link In
fair condition and 1 1U tipe. latms were
preki nt The results wern h i I iw j
Kliat r.iif-3U) inliiiite iluv ir.tting,
purse, UK), llu.il Wilkes won in otrutitht
heats Time, 2 3ni,, 2 30,, ! 31', AUrlettu,
lj.hal n .....I I r...lL 1.- .1... .. .... .1 '
,,..v, ... Mll '' t UIIPI Kiailti
Second ran 2 0) cliss. pi' Ins, pun
Sl'm Js'Uol H won In straight h. utv 'I'lu
ii-i, - i-. m iq. ii.iv nan loxii van
Clyto, Little Wonder. Jell Divid, Nifc-er
Ili), Lelah W and Hlyeml I. ,il-.j sturte I.
Third race-2 JJ class, trnttlrn,, pur.e,
J30 Noral won In straight h- iiv Tinie,
2 2C'i; 2.31V4. 2 )' Dahji Hlu. Hani II
and C'arlotta also started
Myktln Park 'I rotting Itiiulu,
Medford, Mass , Juno 15 The -( ond day
of the trotting season ultiu t. I ,u ilU.
pie to Jlvstlc park to-da H ilrsl evuit
was the 2 2J pace Kobinbuii was the li.
vorlte 't the start, but w is untamed in
the llrst beat. Antidote eomtni. in uinn..
and he had no trouble taking the ntxt two '
huus and first money In the 2 18 class I
there were twelve fast ones Krul Wllkra I
was the favorite before the ra i and aft-
er losing the llrist heat he r .n oft thu next I
three and won the ra '
S.M trouluif, purse, vw. i-'a (il.v. J
won append, Hurl iml fourth heat nnd
an Time, .ii . i t'j 2 1. John in
was second, nlnnum ilt' In at Tim. 2 l.'i
Celava wa ihlrl lonel Kliscr. Jntm
1. Veg-a, .Merrs Hir I, ciara K .Pantomime,
Itowen Mlke Hipp Minnie and Wild
l)flt also atartr '
2 88 claas, panna, purse, OH Antidote
won three straight heata and race Time,
S 1SW. i:H, s.if',, Simon Hollvnr, second,
and Hnnlta third Maude, Hoebml, Kock
lowrt it tin Dane ltoblnson started.
Upi nliig DiJ ill Ainl,
,Ae8t, Hnglanl. June 1? Thi wa the
nist flity or tin Act meetlnB nnd all true
spoi!tnen neie .inpnolnied when It vvn
annoiim-ed that, Mr Htchard rroker' Ilati
tmllle (rormtrl I Hiai was scratched for
the tllal stakes I'or that pvrnt thpfp
were onlv thn runners. .Mr J. llet's
vvorcestet, 5 ,vpr old, n chestiiitt colt,. by
Santband, out of Klegance, was HrJt, Mr.
T, Jenllng's Souvonr 11. 4 eat old, a
bay gelding by Trapeso out of li Kran
raise, snoml; .Mr. Daniel Cooper's Jack
lb" nandj, 4 jeat old, a chestnut colt bv
SatlPl.v, out of Satire, third To add to the
dlssapnlntment Sir. Dwer's Hitniiuet II.
tta scratched for the Ascot stakes, for
vvhbh prle nine horses started. The fol
lowing was the result of the rare; Captain
.Maehell'a Havetvsbtir.v, 3 sear. "I'I. a
brown colt, U lonotny, out of Penllent,
Hr! .l L .Vlguetf Sancho IMiin, 4
Sents old, chestnut roll li Knight ot
.Malta, second: .Mr W M lledrern's fath
erless, s sears old, has colt by Isotiomy,
Mr, Croker's Motitatik vva eriilched for
the Covctitrv stnhes, ftirnlshltig another
disappoliitmi nt lo thoe who were hoping
to see an American hore come to the
front as a winner
Distance live rurlonir, 110 yards, Itesult'
The Prince or Wolfs' Petslmtnon, bas rolt
by St. Simon out or IVrdltn II . tit -t. Sir
J, Johnstone's Mell Mell. chestnut HI1 by
.Melanlon. out of Irish Slew, second, Mr
II II Combe's Dsroitnn, n bay colt by
ivier, out or Klei'tric Light, third
Thf re wile e'ght runners, but Pcrslm
moni made the whole of the running and
won !s Ihne lengths ensll).
I'or the Golden Vns i there were four
tunnners, nnd Mi Hicham Croker's 13-iu
tin lite was scratched The result was an
other lctots for the Prince of Wales with
P!orIel 11 Distance two miles. The fol
low lnr wn the testilt: The Prince of
Wales' riotiil II, 4 yeats old. by St. Si
mon, out of INrdltii IL, Hist, Sir S Scott's
Iloxer, 3 sear old, brown colt bv I'ltr
Jam out of "LIU Maid, second; Mr. I'.
Alexander's Son of a Hun, f janrs old, bay
colt by 1'ctronel out of Jthotui, third.
sun rriint l( it Hue 'I rsek War.
San I'rnnclsco, dune IS. Thomas H
Wllllitms president of the California Jockey
i inn ip'urned to-iiay nom the Last to ar
range for the club's winter meeting Since
tile opuilhg last season. Hdwnrd Corrlgan
and his aspu'lalt have started the inn
struotlon of a new Hack, and announced
that they will manage an Independent
meeting. A tace track war seems to bo
a ccr'alntv, but Williams sas h hns no
fears for the result. lie suss such horse
men as Dwyer, Lorlllnrd, l'orbes and
tJeunf all promised to send their horses
to San 1'ialiclsco nest rail, and to run them
on the lt-i District track He claims to
have the bookmaker, tho California, racing
public and the turfmen with him
"W'i will." he said, "wait for Corrlgan
lo annouTie his stakes llrst As soon as
he announces it stoke race nr a largo
purse evnt, we will Immediately announce
a similar one and run It on the same day
"Michael Mclnernev, O'Leir.v nnd John
Condon, who fought Corrlsnn to a success,
fill end In Illinois, told me that thev pro
posed to carrj- their light to th West, and
are coming out hero to attend our meet
ing." spring .Meeting .it Pittsburg.
Pittsburg, I'a., June IS The spring
meeting it the .McKees Hocks ti ick opened
to-d.iv nnd will continue live davs. The
nttendnnce was about 1,0" ) and tho track
2 3') class; trotting Nettle Hull won In
tbtee straight heats. Time, 2 30, 2.27'i,
2'29'i. John Thomas, Sunlight, II. D.
Mones, Itosa L, Hoilwolsei. Hllwood, M.tj
Wilkes and Little Sam also started
2 15 c lass; pacing Lads" won sei ond, third
and rourth heats. Time, 2 17'i 2 lij, I'ls1.
Htinnls, Jr, won the sooond In at in 2 17.
Ilrown Crank, Dick Willis, Queen (ioth
ard. Dr. Woods, Ocinn and Piter I'lpei al
2 21) ctass; Hotting Vermont won In
three straight hents. Time 2 2SH, ItSfi,
2:-'J'.i. Naughty Laura and Diana also ran.
Itesults til Itnli.
Jtoby, Ind., June IS, I'ltst rare SK fur
longs. Ln Prentice won, Scotland, sec
ond; Ida Sailers, third. Time, I iw,.
Second race l'lve furlongs Duke of .Mon
trose won: Little Thorn, second; Soulh
Worth. third. Time, I 'it
Third race Seven fin longs Tippecanoe
won; Little Hills, sicuml, ll.inkriipt, third.
Time, 1 .".iPA.
rourth race One mile. I3agle Hlrd won;
I'.lroi. second; Shuttl third. Time. 1.3u'i
I'lftli laeo Sevin furlnnirs. ltui k Knight
won. Aunt Llda, secouil. King Hots, third.
Amcrb.ni V Ills t toneless.
Minneapolis, Minn.. June IS. The fifth
annual Amciie.in hi-t congress opened
It session here this moinlng, nearly 3.00
deb gates ntte.idlng a business meeting at
10 o'clock. Jloll call was answered by lifts -live
clubs, and the annual reports showed
the organization to be enjoying ,i prosper
Secntary W. If. Harney, of Providence,
H. I., stated that the league membership
now Included 115 dubs, an increase over
last year of forty-four, and that It had
spiead to hventj-tlve suites. Among those
present was Miss Kate Wheclock, nnd by
vote of the convinnon she wns delegated
to bear messages of regret to Poole "Cav
endlsh" nnd Oraon, of 13ns,land, that they
vvc.ro unable to attend.
'lentils Tciiiiiiniiic ut at Hldgcwooil.
nidgewood, N. J.. Juno is. The i-eeond
das's plav In the tenuis tournament tor
the state championship in men' singles
wo hdd on the giounds or the Vallej
Tennis Club here to-day. The contestants
have nurrowtd down lo two, one of whom
will plus the prcc.nl champion, Jessup. of
orange, on Saturdus at 3 p in, here. The
results of to-i'aj were- el II Miles, of
Orange, beat II. Ward, urilige, lrt-s, 1-6, 7-n.
It. Palmei beat I. C Johnson, 1,-0. 7-5. The
lliutls will be plnved on Prldas next at 4
p in. between Miles and Palmer.
Vallcjrle III. cm II. r Maldcii Trip,
(Jlasgow, June IS Vilkryle ML, the
chalUngtr for the America's i up, started
on her maiden trip "o-day. Her llttlug out
was i ompleted this morning She was
towed out tiom Oourock at 2.10 p m., and
let go m innl ill. nun I. proi i eding down
the l-'uth Lord I Hiiiraveii .nil Mr (Iiorgo
L Wat-un Wip on bnarl ot in i
Two Iloilors Do No Onoil Tries CIID
Cl'ltA. Ii-Irst '3ct Helps. Kour
Sets Coiiiilctely Cure.
Oiirlubv I'enrl w n I urn Nov Si. IWI. Trom
hcrbirih i.e lids, .ii ii,n,i hi ii -he was four
iii'it ti s ul ', tlieli it lice
c t in w irc .u.d i.iiiio
out in s null white piut
).li, jinl fliin m.ii
to bo largo)i'llow c,iln.
Wo tried two doitots,
but Ihe) could not do it
iinv good, .so wo tried
t i tii i HA ltl.MI.-lilI,
limiii.' her a Un roin:li
'v n.ki)ilug three times a
uiy witn ft' rim ha
so vr, iilnl thou using
tliwt t net nA. Itiejtut
el in' tried titled Atr,
and before we lued your
if iht inn ptrftctlyourttl At Iheaga of six
luniiths our u.ib i'i,lu-ii thlrts-fiiur pounds,
ilirnklll 14 fair ami in isith, mid scalp jn rtectly
well l'nrirult imli.Mii I would not do with'
nut Ct'lli I li v III Ml .ii-s, and can recommend
tkim as mujt ei . lie hi p,r c hlldren.
Mlis. bKIIl Jt (IH, atidBthllt, MIcli,
SRiOOTH SKIN FOR $5.00
I iivxd tho C't rti i i il.iMiuiiLS, forahout two
n)Oiithi,.unt the . i i expentu wus but ,1.U0,
i. hah no nun ,i a urct for a nltu iiiwiIIi
li in. It lft ms I " iii the licit of conilltluiis,
free. Irnui nil pin , .u. I hlitt.lu.s. I mill uto
th.il rrii'i'uitiuti I ih..i shall
13. ULt'L's lllii'.ll bu, Youugstown, O.
CUTIOURA "WORKS" WONDERS
And Instantly rellce . s and speedily cures every
iIim .wo and him . r i hutkiu, ti.ali,anil bltwd,
with loss of hair mi., lutaucy to ago, from
pimple to scrolui i
So. J throughout :
He , KOii-,25c ; It).
:. UC IIESI.COIll v
i.'r.l Price, Ccticciu,
lcT$l. I'iittbk Hauci
11 jirlitor. Ilotuu.
: c'&i.lu lllstue,"free.
PUn ar 1 v ,.p puriiiM nnd beiiutliled
bj cm 1 u smr, Absolutely pure.
g BACKACHE, STRAINS
t, eijj OrcwlKs palos, and wek.
"' 1 Cises. rrlluveel lti nnd
t? 'y mlnuto fcy the Cutlcurs
7 r Autl rain Plaster, tho
first nnd c&ly lcstuutcui, pain UUlp j pUstor.y
t -s? iTi-- M
7 & J
BLUES HIT THE BALL HARD,
LOMISKKVS 1AINTS 'Wr.lli: WW OAMC
ron tiii3m ii.iTi:iti)AV.
I'epppr Wn t'onndeel for 1 wentyfonr 1lae,
While Daniel, n l'iml, Ws a fur
rier to thp Apotlr Other
St. Paul, Minn., June 1 -(Special.) The
spirit of ISM wns revived at the new ball
(ntrk here this afternoon. wIiph thr Hide
vvn violation again ovrr the (Iras Oh,
what a swiping was given the Saint'
Pepper's curves were no pttrile to the
sluggers from tho Knw, nnd how they did
pound him. Hverybods etcept llntlleld lilt
the ball and hit It gool and hard, too,
None of jour little IntloKt grotinder. but
good hard smashes, that led the fielders a
The Kansn City torn bent the St. Pattt
tenttt by a score of 13 to 2 licforo !,t) Peo
ple by making fourteen lilts for a total of
twenty-four base. Their hits were helped
along by a couple of glaring error by
The Apotles were pitied against "Smil
ing" l'ete Daniel again and It was the
samo old story. They were unable to do
nnythlng with him nnd the harder they
fattneel at the lirecze-laden ntmopherp the
more he shown! hi dairllng white ireth
and the cluerlor was hi good-natured
smite. A total ot six hit, that's all the
AiKtte made off hi delivery scterday
and thes were playing ln great lurk to
get that many.
Manning's men need not have plaved for
morj runs nrtcr the second Inning. They got
Tour then on lrnln' error nnd hnd the
game won, becntie, as It transpires!, the
Apotles hnd quit, ln the lxlh the Hlue
tightened up with five- more l'epiier kind
ly presented Nlchol, Hatfield and Hernon
with a trio of lne on hill U.uilel fol
lowed with a sharp hit over the second
bag, scoring Nlchol and llntlleld and Hern
on and Daniel croed the rubber ln a
Jog on Hergeti's lnglo to tight. Connnvtgh
ton then smashed out a two bagger ln
the right garden, sending IJergen home.
Not satisfied with thi lead, the Hlttes
kept right on with the mnsacrc, pound
ing out four more run In the eighth.
Manning touched off the rockets by send
ing a single Into Marr s termors', scoring
with Continughton on the latter'. home
run drive over the right Held fence. Hlne
followed with n single for a sack and
scored with Nlchol on Ills home run hit.
Inside the fence, thnt rolled under n car
riage. It wa u Cakewalk for the Hlttes
and they null scoring because they didn't
wnnt nny more runs.
Ihe Apostles gathered In a couplo of
lonely runs iq the second Inning on Ir
win's sun. ball In the middle gnrden, Pick
ett s bounder over second, which scored
Irwin, and Hergen's wild throw to third
that let In Pickett. -Hlne was put In left
Held nnd Hernon plnsed right on account
ui un sun.
AH. It. H. sn.
Smith. 1. f....
Camp. c. f.....
Mnrr, r. f
Picket. 2b,. ..
0 11 lii
it. sn. ro.
Illnes 1 f
Kinsman, lb ..
Nlchol, o. f....
Hernon, r. t..,.
Totals 39 13 11
Score by Innings: ,
St. Paul rt' 2 0 0
Kansas City 0 4 0 o
0 27 IS 1
n n n o o 2
r, o i n
iittiiH earned hi. i-aui. i; Kansas cit i.
Two base him Irwin, Picket, Smith, Her
Three base lilt Mullane.
Home tuns Coiinaughton. Nichols
Double plays Kr ins. Picket, Mullane.
liases on balls Off Pepper, 4, off Dan
lilt by pitcher Hv Daniels, 1.
Sttuck out Us I'epper, 1; by Daniels, 0.
Passed ball Hosle.
Wild pitch Daniels.
Sacrifice hit Hovle
Lett on bases hi ii.iul, ii; Kansas Cits', 3.
Time 2 hours to minutes.
Western I.iHgito Mnncling.
Won. Lost. P.C.
Indianapolis 2"i it r,4l
Minneapolis 20 11 313
Orand Rapid 21 21 fd2
Milwaukee 21 21 .Vrt
Kansas City 21 22 4SS
St Paul 20 21 4vS
Detroit 10 20 4S7
Toledo 1) 24 3tS
Detroit, ','7; Criinil llnplils, 11.
Detroit. Mich, June IS Score:
Detroit .. . 2 4 1 1 0 10 3 4 2
rirnnd Hnplds 11 2 0 1 1 2 0 0 ,V
Hatterlet Penis and Twlneham
hue, Wilght and Karle.
-27 33 2
-H 20 ,-,
Indliiliapiills, 12; Toleilo, 1.
Indianapolis, Ind., June IS. Score:
Indianapolis ..40800120 21211 I
Toledo 0 10000 0 0012 0
Hatterlcs Cross and JlcParland; Nops
Milwaukee, t 7 ; Mlnnriipolla, n,
Minneapolis, Minn , June IS. Score:
Minneapolis ,0 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 1 5 o"
Milwaukee ..03 001 03 10 17 10 2
Hatterle' Krazer and WlUon; Rettger
nnd Weav er.
Nation it I.eagua vtn,n..
Won. Ixist. v.C.
Hoston 27 1. en
Htltlmore 24 10 ruo
P'ttsburg 2S 11 r.M
Cleveland 27 20 S7
Chli ago 1. ...21 21 Ml
N.w York 21 21 W3
Philadelphia 23 21 i".2l
Hrooklyn 23 21 f,.'.l
Cincinnati 23 22 611
Washington 19 21 44
St Louis 10 32 3.13
Louisville. 7 37 153
llostnn, 71 t leie'lnnd, .1,
Boston. June 15 Stlvctts pitched mag-
nlticent ball and made the pitching record
fur the league season, sulking out ten
men. Three more fouled out. ivneit nta,
pitched lliiely. Attendaiu-e, 2,0), Bcore:
It II F.
Hoston 2 0 0 3 0 0 0 2 '7 9 3
Cleveland ,. ..0000)201 0 ;t a 3
Hatteries Hoston, (latzel and Stlvetts;
Cleveland, Zlminur and Knell.
vt, I.ouls, ,t; lliilllniore, ;i.
IJtltlmoro, June 15. Hrtltentleln was In.
vluclblo to-day and to him chiefly St
Louis owes Its victors-. Hemming pitched
a fair game and kept hi) opponents' hits
scattered. The feature wus a Jumping one
hand catch by IJIy. Attendance, 3,100,
Baltimore .,.,00010002 03 7 3
St Louis ... .0 0 0 0 tl 2 0 S 00 11 3
Battel les Baltimore, Hemming and
Clarke; St. Louis Pelu aad HreltenMeln.
Chicago, II; Wtithlngimi, 4,
Washington. June IS. Captain Anson's
men won to-ilaj's game by good pitching
and lleldlng, Score.
H. II 13
Washington. , .4 0000000 04 4
Chicago 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 2 e! C 1
Hatleiles Washington, McOuIre and
MerLcr, Chicago, .Morun and 'I'ejrry,
Plilbiilelplili, III ritUhurg, ;i.
Philadelphia. June IS The Phillies won
to-das by sheer luck. Hamilton's base run
ning and two double plajs on each side
were the features.
Philadelphia ,0 20002020-68 3
1'itUburu . .00010002 0-3 9 3
Batteries Philadelphia. McGIII and Buck,
ley; PftUburg, Sugdcn and Hurt.
i'liieliiiiuti, l; New York, 10.
Now York, June IS. Tho Giants hit Par
rott ar.d Dwyer hard and often. Smith,
McPhee and Puller did some phenomenal
lleldlng. Attendance, 2,000. Score:
II 11 13
New York.. 20400030 110 14 1
Cincinnati .. 011100000-386
Batteries New York. Clarke and Sehrlv
er; Cincinnati, ilerrttt. Parrott and Dvvjer.
Ilrociklju, t); Louisville, fi.
Brooklsn, N. Y.. June 18. The Louisville
team should have curl-lea c s yictorj;
but stupid playing lost them the game. At
tendance, 1,300. Score:
Hrooklvn 0 0 2 1 0 1 0 i - fi 1
lAitilrlllt i. .00101030 0S . 0
Pattern Hrooklyn, Orlm nnd Bleln;
Louisville, Welch and Weyhlng.
Western Ancltlon IHmM,
SI. Joeph. .Mo , June IS. Pcore:St. Jos
eph, Hj Omaha, !
eonlherii League tlames.
. l.lltle Hock, Ark , June JS.-Score! Mttle
Hock. 7; Metnphl. :
Atlinta, (la, June M Score! Atlanta,
10, ChattnnooBa, 7
Nashville. Tetiti , June IV-Score: Nash
ville, 3; 13vanvllle, 12.
I'tuplre Mnbliril il 'Miinlgompry.
Monlgoniers-,. Ala . June I -During Ihe
tlllra Intllnir of Ibp trnm help to-it.iv be-
tween Mnntgompry and New Orleans I'm-
pire ciiitioison t-aueii safe a runner nrtPr
ripldrr .Seal caught a tit ImniMllatrlv
the crowd or Soil people rushed upon the
Held and assaulted the umpire, who wa
prrelv Injured before the police emme to
hi nltnnie Score Montgomcrsi 2
New Orleans, t.
Y, M. C. A, AjmETIC MEET,
Team Will Cuiitpst for Hip tate t'bain-
plonblp t Hip ew 1'ark 1o-
The annual state athletic meet of the V.
M. C A of Missouri will be held to-morrow
afternoon at V. M C A Athletic
park, on I3at Twelfth street Teams of
athletes will be present representing the
iissoiilatlons or St Loill, Sedalla, Spring
lipid, Hannibal, SI Joseph and Kansa
Clt to take part In the athletic contet
for the champlonhlp Of thp statp.
The athletic contests, which will be scored
under the Pentathlon method, will con
sist of let) jards dash, throwing twelve
pound hammer, running hlch Jump, pole
vnult apd one mile run Tno crack ath
letes from the various cities will be pres
ent, and the competition win be warm, n
all the cities are determined to wret the
championship from St I,ouls, If possible.
During the nftrnonn there will nIo be
one mile nnd two mite handicap bicycla
races which, win be very Interesting, as a
number or rast rider will participate.
A t'tket ball ernme wilt also he itlnve.l
for ihe slate championship between team
from Kansns Cits and Springfield. Oold,
liver and bronze melals will be awarded
the winner ln thp athletic contests and
there will be ome handsome prltes lor
the bicycle race
In connection with the state meet there
will be nn cMerslve cvele show nt tho
. M. C. A bullil'ng, which will open to
day and continue for three days All the
local dealers and all the best known wheels
will be on exhibition during the show.
New York June 1 The Johnson-Zimmerman
propoed bletclo race for J!0,e
f",i"0 a side lias nt last assumed a business
look. 13ck, Johnson' trainer, will not al
low hi man to race at Asbury Park, ts he
sn-s Asburs Park people nro partlnn of
'.luiuiiTiiiicii. urn jonnson is nnxtou ana
reads' to race the Jerses' rldqr nnv w hero
he names outside of Asbury Park 13ck
goes to Philadelphia to-morrow to sign
articles of agreement with Zimmerman's
manager The following dispatch e.plalns
"New- York, June 1 1?5.
" . H Beagle. Chairman Race Commit
tee. Asbury Park. N. J.
"I hnd decided to Inspect 5-our track to
day, but S"our representative. Wilson's, re
marks to tho heel n reported anil mv
wish to have the raco on neutral ground
has decided me not to nllow Johnvon to
race Zimmerman at Asbury Park Johnon
will meet Zimmerman on any track mu
tilans agreed upon. Mv original deposit
I still In the hands of the American
Wheelman. 7'his I final. T. W. ECK."
l'hoenlt Hon Hug Club.
The following scores were made bv the
Phoenix Howling Club on the Royal nl
les's last night:
strikes, spares. Total.
American Howling Club.
Tho, American Howling Club rolled on tho
Orand nlleys last night, making the fol
Strikes. SnarM Tnlnl
luce , 1
Sheele 11 ' fi "" 470
Lob tj 13 4J2
Morrts n 4V,
L. Haer s r. 4to
J. Haer 6 R 4jj
I.nwensteln fi 1; 4in
Shane 3 7 403
l 4 -.3
Viking Hunting C lab.
The Vikings bowled as follows on the
Grand alless last night:
strtKes. spares. Total
Hurley and Allen VMM light.
In response to the challenge issued by
Charley Allen, Nick Hurlev met him last
night and agreed to tight lilm next Tues
day night for the gate receipts and a sldo
bet If Allen can rnlse the nnuiej. Hurley
Is willing to flght for Hurt a side Allen Is
a middleweight, but thinks he has a good
chance to win from Buries and the latter
will give lilm a chance If there Is uns thing
vcbinelers Will VMt Sedalla.
The Schmelzers will visit Srdalia Sunday,
June 2J. to piny the Puture Capitals, and
on Juls 4 will visit Atchison for two games.
The team has been greatls strengthened
by the signing of Drnnnlng, Shiimeyer and
James. The club Is now the strongest
amateur team in tho Missouri valley nnd
Is ready for games with all Kansas and
The Models would like to arrange a game
for Sunday with some out of town team
and some for the I'mrth of Juls'. The
Atchison or Leavenworth team preferred.
Address Sam Levi. MoiUl Clothing Com
pany. Work 1MB lli-clii -.aturdas-.
Active wotk will bo begun on tho con
tract for building btwntly-Ilvn miles
of the southern extension of tho Knn
has city. Pittsburg t rjuif rnllion.fl on
next Satutdas. Monroe & Lee, who he
cuted tho cun tract as mentioned in the
Journal some days ngo, finished sub
letting the contracts yestenlay. The
suceov.srtu nims vviio contracted for
building thitts'-llvo miles of tho road nre
as follows J. A. Ware, of St. Louis,
live miles, tho Belhuen Construction
Company, of -NVbtaskn, nlno miles; M,
McTlugh et Co , ot Memphis, fourteen
miles, and (1. A. Ware it Son, of Sedallu,
nine miles, Frank W. McCabe, of West
Plain. Mo secmci tint contruct for
the biidgevvork of the entire thirty-five
miles. The successful bidder!, mo al
ready moving to the scone of operations
and dirt will begin to Ily the last ot the
present week on one of the most im
portant mllroud extensions built ln
Tho sale of tho Ilosal Baking Powder Is
larger than that ot ull other cream of tar
tar baking powders combined and It has
more friend among housekeepers than
any other similar urtlcle.
Will Iteliullil nt (line,
Arkansas Cits'. Kas June IS. (Special,)
A special car containing the ofiiclnls of the
Santa l-'e railway was In tho city to-day
and the oillcers were looking over the ruins
ot the round houiu and machine shops.
The irsui.ineo utljusteis met them to ad
Just Ihe los, New and Improved ma
chlneiy bus been ordered for the machine
shops, which will be elected as rapidly as
poMlhIe. The old round house situated
near the depot has been ordered removed
to the yunlb to be used until the new one
Is built. The new round houso when com
pleted will contain tw ems -four stalls.
The. Did furl o litulo I inc.
Lawrence. Kas.. Juno IS. (Special ) There
wus a meeting this afternoon of the com
mittee ot citizens appointed about a sear
ago to see If tome btcp could not be taken
to get the old Carbondale railroad from
Lawrence to ittchland Into operation again.
It was decided to appoint a committee to
Interview the Missouri Pacific and after
wards the Pnlon Pacltlc officials and see
If they would operute the road provided
the citizens gave them a title to It. This
committee consists of Theodore Poehler
and A. Henley and will at once go to St,
Louis and see what can be done.
Traveled In u Private Cur.
T. F. Ilunawas'. general superintendent
of the Union PaclHc. Denver & (lulf rail
road, accompanied by hlu family and Mrs.
Smalls, arrived In the city last night. The
patty traveled In Mr. runaway's private
car. No. 031. and left last night for Osa-
watomle, Kas., over the Missouri Paclllc
MR, VEST ISJMMING HOME,
He Has Learned How thr Land Lay anil
Mill Hasten westward to
Washington, Juno lJ. (Special.) Senator
Vest threaten lo leave) for home to-morrow,
The senator has said a number of
time that ho wa going to leave "to-morrow"
sure, but o far he ha not abandoned
the town. Hut now he sa that he Is sure
he will leave to-morrow, and It Is claimed
bj- hi friend ihat he has reached the
point where he knows what to do In the
free silver movement In Missouri It i
understood that the senator did not rare
to go home until he had ascertained the
situation In certain matters, and now being
ronvlncpcl that It I the right thing lo
lnIl openlv upon a slate convention, he
will gn home and take a Imtnl m the mat
ter The showing of the county commit
tees In the lnte on Ihls quetlon 1 stld
tn have plenspd him rry much, and rIvps
him courage, lo go home nnd Join In the
It I claimed by Vest's friends that lin
will do alt he can to dethrone Oovernor
Stone as the recognized leader of the sil
ver torccs and take control himself He
will slop on his wav ond cohfer with some
St. Lend mends nnd then go lo Kansas
CHv and take In the state rather thor
MISS BALGARNIE WAS BOLD.
she ArrtMPil Ml Wlllard of Hrlng an
Apcdogltt fur the 1.) netting of
I-oHilon. Juno l. There wns n ItirfTO
nini rnthtislnstle gathering nt the meet
ing to-tiny In tho city temple of tho
Hrltlh Woman's Temperance Aocla
Mon. -Ml Florence llnlgnrnlo ncciised
.Ml Trances K Wlltaril, president of
the C. T. V nnd the Vv. C. T. V. of
America of being apologias for the
lynching- In tho southern parts nf the
United State. Utit both Ml Wlllurd
anil the American W. C. T. L were
limply exonerated from 'the t-lmiires.
I Ml Wlllanl inmle 11 spirited defense
f of herself nnd of the union, nbly
seceiniieii hv other delegates. A reso
lution carried tinnnlmoiisly ileclnilng
that the council emphntlenlly believed
thnt the American V. C. T. V. main
tained toward the lynching question
tho same attitude n other Christian
bodies, namely, thnt under no circum
stances must human life be taken with
out process of Invv.
1'AVJIK.Xr OP stUIAIS HOUNTIKX.
secretary Carlisle Issues Regulation In
Itegnril to'lbe Subjret.
Washington, June 15. Secretary Car
lisle to-dns' signed regulation to govern
the payment of bounty on sugar under
the provisions of the net approved
March 2, 1S95. This net appropriates
$23S.2s9 ns n bounty to be pnld to li
censed pioducer. of sugar In the United
States from mnpto s.ip, beets, sotghum
or sugar enne grown or ptorluced In the
United States prior to August 2S, 1V.H.
who compiled with tho provisions of
the bounty law contnlned ln schedule 13
of the tariff act of October 1, 1890. The
bount.v I to be paid nt tho rate of 2
cents per pound on all sugnis testing
not less than 00 dog. by the iolmlcopo
and 1 cents per pound on sugars test
ing between SO and 00 deg. The act also
appropriate $5,000,000, to be paid under
like conditions, a a bounty on all sugars
except maple produced between August.
2s. 1S94, and Juno 30, 1S95; the rate Is
S-10 of a cent per pound on sugars test
ing not less than SO ik't'.
Defaulter Tiislor njs 'I lies" Are Still Look
ing for Hint.
Sioux City. In., Juno IS. The Journal's
Pierre special says: Defaulter W. W. Ta--lor
reached here to-dny He expected that
a special term of the circuit court would
be ln session and that he would be at
once .sentenced, but Judge Gaffes-', ab
sence prevented. The Judge will probably
call ci special session Saturday, however,
for the purpose. Taylor made a statement
in regard to his flight. In which he sa.vs:
"I did not see a detective during the en
tire time, and none stw me. The.v claim
thes' did not pro.vfeute a very vigorous
search and while 1 traveled vlowlv they
were still mote dilators. Thev did not
trace me at all be.vond Jnmalca, hut I
understand aro vtill in the Harbadoes fol
lowing a false clue, which 1 laid for them.
I did not go to South America at nil and
the reports of detectives about ms- wan
derings after leaving Jnmalca nre pure
moonshine, as well as much of what thny
told earlier. I finally decided to come In
and give ms'self up."
A 1IUV)Y DNIIAK THIEF.
He )3ntern Three llepldenccs During tho
Cberlts Circus 1'nrade.
While the family of Charles Dlsqua, of
No. 10u3 West Seventeenth street, was at
tending the Charity circus pnrade s-ester-dny
forenoon a thief entered the houso
and rohbed it of two gold watches and a
qunntltv of silverware. One of tho watches
had "1311a. May 2il, 1SS3." engraved on tho
case. After ransacking this house tho thief
forced an entrance to the houses of M.
Delnvln and Mrs, Rnndnll, all In the same
block Nothing of valuo was stolen from
Business failure at St, .Inseph.
St. Joseph, Mo., June IS (Special.) James
Barrett, a harness dealer, doing business
at 113 South Sixth street, made un assign
ment to-dny. Liabilities about fl.fjQa. As
For thirty sears the Hoyal has been tho
Btnndanl ror purity and strength In baking
pondeis. nnd has been placed ut the head
by every boaid ot olllelal examiners,
whether statu or national.
Illtir.f 1T13MS UY WIIII2.
Oakland, Miss.. June IS. John r. Wells
wns hanged In the prisence of 2,0m) peoplo
at Charleston, Miss,, to-day for the min
der of a woman at Cabcllla, Mlis., a. year
Mount Vernon, O., June IS. Hon. Lecky
Harper died to-dns'. aged 0. He was ed
ltor of the Mount Vernon Democratic
Banner many years. He was the oldest
editor In Ohio In point of continued serv
ice. I-awrence, Kas., June IS. (Special.) Wil
der Bros., proprietors of a shirt factory
here, were Biied for HO.Onu damages this
morning by Charlotte Cox, who worked
for the company last winter. She claims
tp have received Injuries, In u machine
through the negligence of the proprietors.
Delaware. 0 June 18 Dr. L. D. McCabe.
of Ohio Weslyan university, protestor of
philosophy, has resigned. In lfti he was
elected professor of mathematics, twelve
sears after was elected president. In 1800
he was elected professor of philosophy,
ond since has also served as vice presl
dent, Pittsburg, Kas,, Juno IS (Special.) Stakes
for the extension of the Pittsburg, Pronten.
no ev Suburban I31ee;trIo railway from
Prontenac to Yale, Cornell, Litchtleld and
Midway nre now being driven. It Is the in
tention of the company to extend southwest
Lawrence, Kas.. June IS. (Special.) At
the second day's session of the Sunday
School Association of heA. M. 13. churchct
of Kansas and Nebraska this morning Mr.
r.:c'' We.st was chosen superintendent and
Miss Paine, of Olathe, assistant. MUs
Moore, of Port Scott, was elected secre.
Pittsburg, Kas., Juno IS. (Special.)
George W. Hammond, who conducted a
news stand, hus left the city vety sudden
1 He was flnanclally involved, it is said.
Hammond Is a newspaper man and has
conducted pupers at Welr City and Mln
den. Ho Is well known In Port Scott, ut
one time being connected with the Moni
tor. nagle Pass, Tex.. June. IS. Itafael Val
nez, it notorious border bandit, wus capt
ured u few duys ago at Lampasas. Mex ,
by the Mexican rangers When near 1'icdJ
T'i?. Ne.gras he attempted to escape und was
killed by one of the guards. His depreda
tions have been such hat border cattlemen
have offered H.OOO for his arrest.
San Francisco. June IS. The derelict re
ported from Queenstown by the British
bark Harlseourt, passed In latitude 17.17
south, longitude 113 deg. west. Is believed
here to be the Norwegian shin FJeld. which
sailed from Grlnby for San Diego and Is
now much overdue. All hopes for her safe
leturn have been relinquished by the In
surance men and the sea captains.
Port Scott. aKs., June IS (Special.) In
the United tSates district court here to"
d,'iKJull?f J?hn ,A;.wll,"ams sentenced
William Ilargls, of Cherokee, to one year
ln tho penitentiary for passing counterfeit
mones". and Churles Mlmms three years
for opening a letter and forging a postal
money order. The Jury in the case of
Mrs. M. A. Brooks, of Neodesha. who was
charted with using canc-elcl siamiw fn,,,.,i
1 the deltndam not fc'Ulllv-
A woman's prsPAinisfl rnr.
It Is Hcnrd. A rromlnrnt Actress
Escapes (ircnt Itonijert
Current, to otra tuT itrir'.l
Ilow BUrtllns Is a woman's cry for
H'P.L ... . .... )..
Wlnt cm tTOw7 ""- ""'"""
I co?" SiioYl knows not. This
cry rocs out A today from every
rltv. town, and
hamlet In this
It comes from
women who nra
of lidily and iiilml
from soma form of
fmn ila complaint.
Mmy, through natu
ral modesty, do not
know not vvhoro lo
seek for help.
This ahrmlnt? con
dition of things Is
simply vvrotiq. Tim
peculiar ailments of
women arc curable,
nnd In mott. cases
verv speedily. Lj'illa 1
lj. t lllKliaill 3 1-111113.1
..,.1 ltl.nriltler llVCI L
nn'i .,v,.,....j .....
civ en to every woman
a sun) ami consistent
miin of relief.
Xo woiinn sliottlil
stitTer when she can '
obtain frco ailvlcc.
eil.nnin stfl Irt llOC C.T SO
fully 'to Mrs. l'lnk-.
uaui weiiu.iii ii ev-
man, without reserve, nnd the answer
will coma from otic of her own sct. I3o
ono of the vast army of women vho write
to Mrs. Plnkhim, at Lynn, Mass., nml
preservo your he.iUli. "Only a woman
can utulcrstaiiil a woman's Ills."
A prominent actress, In a letter to
Mrs. l'lukham, says:
"... You cannot Imagine the fear
ful condition I was In when I llrst wrote
to you. I vv as simply of no uo to myself
or any one cise. l
had worked hard,
and my nervous
sjstcm was shat
tered from womb
trouble and travel
ling constantly. I
s ran tno
ishing. . . . I'm all right now, and am
galnlnc flesh, dally. I follow your advice
faithfully In everything. Thank you ten
thousand times forwhat your knowledge
and LyiUa E. Pinklinmi Vegetable Cou
pound have done for me."
The production of gold In the Transvanl
lnsf Se.ar showed an Increase of 21 per cent
over that of 1SH3. The prollt teallzed last
Sear Is estimated nt $7,k3-'i,UtO. H Ls ex
pected that this year's prollt will ececd
Tho light lallways of Belgium are at
present under government control. Tho
business ls curried on by a national socl-ets-,
the president of which Is appointed by
the king There are ln nil some sixty-three
lines, which aggregate 773 miles In length.
Of this mileage fill miles nre on tho meter
gauge, 1J0 miles on the Dutch gauge of 3
feet G Inches, nnd the remnlnlng twenty
nlno miles aro on standard gauge, Nenrls"
all ot the lines are worked by steam. Some,
however, nro operated by the overhead
The MO foot tower at Blackpool, a popular
Hngllsh seaside re-ort. has recently been
completed The base of the tower covers
an entire block 2S0170 feet. The building
ut the base contains an aqu.ulum and men
agerie, a lirge dancing and asembls room,
dining room, testaurant. bars and promen
ades. The tovvdr, which Is liullt of steel,
rises from the center of the block to a
height of 500 feet. Dlrectls beneath the tow
er nud beneath the supporting legs there ls
a circus and water show The outer mtr
gln of the property facing the stieets is
utilized for shops.
A Olasgow engineer hns recontls" pat
ented a composite metal steam pipe, which
Is said to combine all the advantages of a
copper pipe, besides resisting a remiiiknbl)
high ptessure. The pipe consists of a thin
Interior shell of copper, wound with steel
Outside the thin shell of copper a steel
wire Is Hist colled nnd then converted Into
n continuous sheet by treatment In a bath
of molten alios. In the pipe already made
by this method the copper Is 0.12S of an
Inch In thickness, and the colled steel wlro
0OS1 of un Inch, so that the total thickness
of the S Inch steam pipe Is only 0 212 Inch.
Tho wedght of the pipe Is but 21 S pounds
per lineal foot.
The propelling machinery of the Henown,
the latest addition to the Hngllth n.ivy.con
slsts of two sets of triple expansion en
gines, each with three veitlcal cylinders.
The engines nro estimated to make 100
revolutions per minute with foiced dt aught
and undo! these circumstances they nre re
quired to develop 2,lV0 horse-power, while
with nutiirnl dtaught they are re-qulred to
develop 10.is.ie) horse-powar. The engines nnd
bolters cost SI17.S0O. exclusive of H3.K73 for
auxiliary machinery not Included In tho
speclllcatlons, Tho Henown has bunker
storage for (-0) tons of coal nl load draught,
but ln cases of emergency another km) tons
can be stowed on board.
In Ihe Pnited States service all of the
guns with the exception of three classes aro
breech loading, built up. forged steel con
structions. The gun Is assembled, and tho
theoretical principles of gun construction
fulfilled by shrinking hoops of varying dl
ameters upon a primary tube. The, excep
tions are one tspe of the 12-Inch mortar
which has a cast iron tube, and the Sfi-lnch
and 7-Inch mortars, which, on account of
the low pressure emplosed, are composed
of single tubes of fotged steel. The serv
ice guns nre classified us field, siege and
sen coast guns, Tho sea oast guns In
clude the following callbirs of rifles: S, lo,
12 and ICInch, and a 12-Inch mortar, All
pieces ot these calibers are called high
power guns, The manufacture of theno
guns began with tho smallest the S-lnch.
The llrst ono of this caliber was completed
In June, lM. The tube und the Jacket wero
procured from Hnglund. and thu hoops and
forglngs for the breech mechanism from
the Midvale Steel Compans', Philadelphia.
The second 8-lnch rllle was completed ut
the Wntervllet gun factory ln INK), und was
mide entirely of American steel,
l'lrst .Mortgage) HuiieU bold.
New York, June IS, It Is announced
that the entire amount of Wabash llrst
mortgage bonds Issued In replacement
of the J5.13I.000 North -Missouri is 7 per
cent llrst mortgage bonds and 12,375,000
St, Louis, Kansas City fc Noithern real
estate and railway muitgage 7 per cent
bonds maturing July and September,
have been disposed of and that no fur
ther exchanges of the maturing bonds
Into Wabash llrst tuortgnge bonds can
hereafter bo etfected.
President Hamilton M tl, city.
Mr, J, II, Hampson, president of the
Mexico. Cuernavaea & PuclHo Rullwuy
Compans-, )'lh, headquarters in the City
or Mexico, arrived In the city yesterihiy
morning and Is at tho Midland, with lilm
Is his mother. Mrs Itachel Hamplon M
If IL Hampson, Miss Blanche Wilson and
Miss Anna Heechler.
Mr. Hampson's visit ls for business and
pleasure combined, und he will be In the
city for several days.
Jleetlng of tho .SpccUl Committee.
The COO.OOO Club's special committee met
last evening at the Coates House. It de' Id.
ei? l ,r,c'com,nY:Dd t1"1.' th club be called
the 5W.l)U Club and the mayor of tho city
bo ex clllclo president and the mayor ot
Kansas Cits', Kas ex ollldo first Mee prei
Went. There will be luo directors. Sevents -live
will be chosen from this city and twenty-live
from Kansas City, Kas -wen-
Drowned in lilue Jitter.
Caddo, I. T., June 18. (Snecl-il ) Rana..
Fandree. 21 sears of age, ws drowned 1
JHue river his morning 'while attempting
to ford It eight miles west of hvtel Pa-2I
body has not been rtcoyereal. "
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