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TIIR KANSAS CITY JOURNAL W'EDXKSDAT. JrXE2'- 189.5.
WELL BACKED HORSES WON,
ri'itt.ir iiaii a Mi.i)i: mi: iiit ot'
lhMi.Hiiw it ti s.
Adi-llni, Susie r., trtt I Inure, llol carter,
Mi sthrnnk unit V Irgln Were llii Winners-
(tood Card tor In-day
Baring and vxirl Ing eH.
Despite the threatening weather of ves
trrlsv Afternoon there n.i n very good
nttenilanoo at the rsre, attractet by th
unusually good rati offered There lurt
. rc on the card, nnd In each the
t.r is were so well m tithed that half a
n horses had a chance to wMI) The
in in lrictly hith clan, the homes
tinninit very tru to form. nnd tnop who
hne followed their running closely since
I! b, Klnnlnrf of the meeting Rot the
in n" yestctdar.
I' m.iy be said lo have bfl ft favorite'
d n for though onlv one actual iavor.tr
ft i nrst, four utronrly baiked econd
. h ii curried off Ihe money, and In near
ly "nrjr Instance they carried th mint
i"" " the ptlbll" must have quit ln
i i mi the day The only Ion hoi t
V n two Adellna, in tho first tar, nt 7
I . md Last Chanc-, in the third ran,
If SI) l.
TIk -frond race went to Susie 1., who
' '" almost even terms with th favor
ite v Wll.on. In the belting, and Just
b. it him by n abort head. The third rfiee
Ji.i , iptund by Last Chance, with Hie
fav ii u I'earlle Mill. In second !.-
rinrth race, the hantlrtp event of the
.l Mother- victory for that good
li Use, Bob O.Ut-, whs I pretty pear-
i "ike roll, npniiieiiily Hint lassltig .II
tli.r cracks at the ifark. J A Orav
. i en,),! second in tilts Me,, and C-
i i" cup wlnhci, eoiild do no better
i r! Tor the nfth rnee Weetbro ik
h.- opn'tig Lturl'e, an he should
e I'M) on form, hut the t I n ni.i.tu..
; l i l.ii. k. and -he latter was un ivn
i J "ot when ih fid i wen' tc the
I Westbrnok hi I r,o Klloultv In win
t ', ''h. ''f? 'P ,hp Pl-". vvhlle Olfti
L k tlt.ih-d thlnl. The fast mare, ,r-
r w i figured to win the sixth race, and
1 I t tlotigh Joenhiie whs mdde it
r-norlte over her at the disc of the
w i I d'l.Allfled for tvv Ids F imiwr
I t-' tnie liire J. x eai ol". ml
)iiirt, m fnrl)ns l.o lie won IMnn
Mn -ond Time i :iit
Sri md mrelMim ti even firlonw
Calllhoe won; Vitn Jtrnnt, frcond. Tlrne,
Thlid rare-I'iirae . 1 xeflr-orj and
iinnard; one nnd n. -Fifteenth inlle
ITioeniM won. Sir DIK-nn. aeton.l. Time.
fourth raee tnre il' s vear-oldi, win
ner to le wld at nil. non, rte fnlonae.
chttKnnt won: rjr, t I Time, i ri?
rilth rftev T'nrtke. i one nni one
fourth tnllea teep)echie San .iianiiln
noni Chrvyche. aernn 1 Time, 21T
1 w fiaturea of the da' raelne were the
I '' starting and tne high eharai u r
" ' 'port There were rrnny n en nt
in, nng who have bei n nil ihe
yrn nut-ting, nnd Ihev a iinniial.
tlmt the Knnn ritv meet l the
I llllfl bent thnt hm nlAn,1..l Th
..1 . ..,. . ..!"' !'.. .'" vl i""
(. .. mi nre iinerai me noree run ery
lr . o publle foitn and the Jutlire are eon
' I 't,v on the alert to nip in (he bud any
Th rai-lng of the day opned with a
lv r irl mg ,ent for maiden. W'nkrnda
on h. eireneth of n goo.l snre at St fcul
"" male the favorite, goln to the pot
nt - ' 2 The Jtoel, Ioule oung nnd Ade
I r i were the beit baeked of th- other
To,i, ' ' "tart Pattl was ihe llr; to (-how,
nnt I ! the tit id to the bark "tretrh. where
Ad ! r i got her noe In front nnd wai not
(irtfrn irN heaJi I, winning with e.ie Wa
ken ii rin In to eeotnl plan- nt the half
but qui. kl gine way to The Heel and
l lm len who flnlhed eeon'l and third
Iir he eeoriil rni i nt ilia rn.-!........ .i...
t il t tlmire.l Hen Wllnon as the favorite
at 11 . while Suile P wa a strong er
pnti li i e nt ?. to 1, nnd m baeked down
to S to a nt the pot Sule r had the
.perl of tho party and led from the Mart
to tin h Hen Wilson wa low to get to
riuinirg but cime erj fist nt the end
nu 1 ,iil but nipped Kule K in the wire
beinn beiten only a hort head. Kmmn
Itong was thlr.1 n head away, with Nellie
Cnt ' 1 1 the fourth plaee. tho same dls
t. n b.i k
f,,Tih,'; ,,'""'IJrfro T-"1" nt ,,c an'1 n "
iiirnngs nnd the pliy was evnly distrib
uted among three or four of the ten start
ers u the post I'earlle .Mills and Hlma
w re fuorltes nt 3 to 1 I'earlle Mills
went to tlie front foon nfter the start and
showcil the way until nearly home, whtrc
Last i hnnee rame Willi a ruh an.l won bv
IVnrlulMllll W"3 ,hirU " l6nK,n hoMni
The fourth raee on the card was the
hanjlnp event of the ,av and brought
out n eniPklni: good Held of l. Including
Hob t arter. J A. Grav nnd Cyan t ha Bob
Cistei was always the favorite, hut there
was also strong play on .1 A Orny nnd
i iaijui.1 ami uiiiv sund-rlnnd wns nlo
ti tabled at Hob Cirter proved hlmelf to
be a super or colt bv making nil the run
ning and lending from the drop of the
i'JJT .V ' nray " second all the wav
an I Cuntha whs third nnd they Mulshed
n thi' order j oray forced Hob Carter
to extend hlm-elf In the tret, h, but at the
cnl Cirter won quite handily
mrir.""ilft.t! rn!,p "' vlx f'T'ongs for
maldetic Westbronk was nnde the favor
ite when the betting opened but McCaf
feitv pjve II out that nien l.uck was
Mm ,ttM"t,'n, '""', t!',C'."' "I,.' " Pl'lHKO on
him whl h f..r ed hi pr b e down to
evens while W..-ibrook went back to ".
to 1 I.rrn whl, h carried quite a bit of
rnnnev w.nt off in the lead nn, held it to
the Tvvotth street turn, where Westhronk
LISSAK WON ASHE PLEASED.
Inllf lit frntrd it timid field In the Inter
national Derby It tin nt lleltolt
Detroit, Mleh, June a The proverbial
luck of the Metrolt lrlvln Club muck to It
to-rtay and the utxe or it ftrt running
metlni t aiwiiired.
Harrlng the heat, the day waa pet feet
the track lightning rit and the ntlendano
between S.wo and lmo Two favorltet.
two well played eeeond and third vhobe
and a rank outsider were tho winner, tie
dump coming in the first race, when Shvt
Jig. at 30 to I, threw the talent hard
The event of the rtav wits the lntnria-
tlonal derby and a Held of even good oi
faced Starter 'aide. Hi for the rich pne.
l.itsak. tne rtvori'e, at even money. h--d a
comparatively ea.y time or It and w-as lev
er extended, winning under a pull
With but little delay they Rot away with
Soma. nrt, Maurh-e second, llaftlng third
and l.uisnk ln At Ihe quarter ld$fK l I
by two length Hading econd, a half
lenelh in front of Dleic, thlnl, and tie oth
er. bunched Passing the stand l.lsk wa
In troni with a length and a half ir da
llCht between him and Mnurlie, a lead be
fore Hailing At the three-quarter the po
sitions were unchanged evoupt that Hnvoc
hvd ilropped biik to last place At the mile
Itlss&k had increased his lead somewhat,
Maurice, Hailing, lrgs and Huma were
nck and nek and the others strung out
Ilsk was running easiij and It was seen
that the rare wae over At the mile and a
quarter l.issaK still led uy two length
from Mautlcf, an eiiial distance In front
of Uicgn. and the othets out. Coining into
the stretch I.lsak was two lengths to the
good and at the llhih won easily b a
length from Maurice, four lengths in front
or Inggs, and the othT In a procession,
II iv oi foutth, l'rank K. tirth, ?uma elMh,
tnentv.nvc lengih in front Of Hading,
Klrsl race 3 furlong. Shuttle, 112
(Mi Knlcht). 30 to 1. won, Thompson. IK)
Ulergeni, .. to 1, second. Morpheu. 121
tllorton), even, third. Time, l.ll. Caet.
llrovvn, Tartarian, s-omersuult and Tutuela
Second race 2-year-old: tilne-Utenths
Of a mile. Mob Taskn. 10T (Itergen), 4 to
1. won. I,oornm, 107 (Knapp). 6 to 1. second;
Mttelman, 110 (Horton). 3 to 1, third.
Time, OM,. Ilex, Nicholas, Serena, l'ond
et, Sublto. Imp, Disturbance, Trnncc R,,
Dr Kellogg. Hello of Oak Grove and
Doubtful iil-o ran.
Third race The International Derby;
JVCiw guarnnte d: one nnd one-half mile.
I.lssak, 117 (It. lom), t to S, won. Maurice,
122 iV. Cnrr), 3 to 1, second: Dlgg, 107
iKnapp). in to l, third. Time 2,3514.
Havoc, frank K, Suttia and HallinB also
l'lfth race Hurdle: one and one-fourth
miles. Miles stnndlh. 1GI (Hlakeley), even,
won: M l.uck, lt.1 (MeCullough), 6 to 1,
second: Silverado. HI (T Murphy), 3 lo 1,
third. Time 2A Hover. I.enantn field.
Ing, Eppleworth. Lookout nr.d The Hat
aIo ran. Hed Cloud refused the second
1 was beat
I'rvM is r
t or' for the '
In laj . Tim
TOO DARK FORJALL PLAYING,
Veterdy' Cime trt t'nlltil nt the I. nil
of the littirtli liming With the
Mure rt I le.
lUIn itnl darkness Interfered lo prevent
the lllues from polishing off Ihe Millers
fir the ferond time yeMerHy afternoon.
It was -very dark when th game was
started nnd it looked like the threatening
riln might conv down at anv moment,
isit Manager Manning determined to try
t. gel in the game A the (same pro.
resed It grew constantly darker until at
he end of the fourth Inhlng I'mpire Ctih
man declared that he could hot eo the
ball and railed the game, which was the
wisest thing to do, n the player of both
team Wert tatcltttf chtlttfes of l.lfii In
The score w a tie eieli lentn having
scored two run and neither had any
caiie for a kb;R over the culling of the
(tame Moth Heabv and llatltig wert
Pitching atrong hall, and the game would
dmibtles have been a verj close and hard
fought one had II ton on
The Itlues stored their two run In the
sei ond inning, when Kinsman and .Vlehol
were both hit on the arm bv swirt pitched
balls Kinsman got a terrible blow, the
rorce of It and the pain knocking him
down Hatfield nnd Hrnon followed with
clean hits, which sent two runs in. The
Msllor also made their two in the sec
ond on Strauss' base on fielder's choice
and steal, Werrlok' hit and Meal, an er
ror by Connaughton and a wild throw by
The team nil! tr It again this after
noon with Hasting and Henley as the
opposing pitchers, and the game promises
to be a battle royal. The Hlim are en
couraged by the fatt that Indlnhnpolls t
dropping some game and they are going
to make a bold bid for the lend now, To
dav game will be started at 1 o'clock and
to-mottow game nt ,130 o'clock, as the
nines have to catch an early trnln for
Milwaukee to-morrow night.
vii tne penators were given ram checks
rstcrdav, as is the rule when the game Is
stopped before five Inning have been earn-
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rr Mi lunula nr tblrngtii
Mc-tcrn Iingtte standing.
, ., Won. l)st. P.C
Indianapolis s 17 E
Katisa City , y, 2 Ms
Detroit ;t :i R83
Milwaukee : ja on
Rt Paul ;i 21 tts
Urand Hapide ja 2l 45
Mltmeaiioll 20 21 4M
Toledo 17 w S9;
Detroit, Mi ltiitliiiiioll, 7.
Detroit, Mich., Juno 15. Pooret
Detroit .... ,.11 n 0 0 1 li i 8 s in 'i
Indianapolis ..01010104 07 12 3
. Pear and Twlneham; Datnmoti nnd Mc
I'arland. 1 0I1 do. 1:11 drin, I It iplds, s.
Orand Rapid, Mich., June a Score:
Orand Jtaplds.0 0 4 0 2 2 0 0 0 S 11 '4
Toledo 1220050S 013 13 1
. Kllroy, 1'ear and Cassldn ; Goar and
h Tie 1 him and won ensilv. Knee cot the
SlerTl". kr " "Kht '" ,h', ch with
The i.i-i rnee of the dnv wa at sU and
? if,"i"0VBi, ""!? YlrB,n "'' -'osephlno
nlT. " .,mlI of h mnnn-. Mamie S
and ru-iu wns the order at the stnrt. but
I 11 1
"III'DIV lilOK me 11. UK nil. I nnn
whv without being driven. Joseph
- Ond and Purloin.- whl. h Mn..
In the laht Hlxteenth. was third
js .x 'iirions; maiden P.
Adellna. br. m.. s w,.n.iA.t
I OH 10" (KtOlltl. 7 to 1 ivor. Tk
1' Itidlfi, I to 1, second, Camden
1 1, to 1. third Time, 1 is.
"! . jonn r Louise
,,,...Au.a.1,,s,'"R, nfv' Md Dan-
........ 11, k hihu run
1 iie-rive furlongs J y rull
1 1 , n in . ', Jack Hardy Nettle
ims) J to - won: Hen Wilson.
, S"V.n,1' hs,0.''' second: Hmmn
i ' Matthews! u to 1, third Time.
or It, Mountain Helle. Oils
i '-en KauxtUs, Nellie dated and
'..' f.-s.lx ."'"V " n"'f furlongs
','.'' rV.'.';f. ,,'"'t ' ounce, b is, a,
-1 lie Willlllm ll (Orcein C to
P; "lie Mills. 107 (Zubler). 3 to 1"
. .' ,,,nB. ." ' 'Seamands), 3 tnl, third
JU Xt'".'?"n. n'",' Norii Dalv.
taft, Nadlno nnd Ilonllre also
,h r-.TJievJ.n nn,, a h'l,f furlongs:
1 W I. Stan-Held',, Hob Carter
mp Pirate ,,f Penxttnee Honetta
i. (.) f. 10 "i. won J A Gray 107
' 1 2 to 1, se.ond; Cvanlha,' 10
, "' P). 4 to t third. Time, 1.SC14.
iirland, lntK Ten nnd Martha
1 - ran
' '.'."-SL!f furlong, mallens M. D
Westhrook, eh m, 4, Womb-raft
1 md Lyon 107 (Harger). 3 to 1
' ,I."9.,i:illHt)' c ,0 . second,
-. 101 (H.irt), t.jen. third Time,
, n r-Jo,"' J?.?.'' "uck' ,"'' Honor,
1 -nt, Eltlu WlUon and Wily Tra-
' ,." an', ' half '"rlong Paul
' ' .W,P' h,'n. iKd. Kmper
, 'v,1.11 fs'0,''. 3 10 1, won: Jo
' (Mason), S to 5 aetond. Pur
" redlei, i', to 1. third Time. 1 2ti
iptaln .Spetwer, One Dime. Turk
r Mamie U. and Oalen lirown also
At Inner- nt st. t.oul-
St. Louis, Mo. June 25 ralr Association
park was well attinled to-day. The weath.
it- was line, track fast. The racing was
(food and tho card was eventless ave the
two or three close finishes that were wit-ne-ed.
First race Hleven furlongs. Mollle H ,
9 10 3, won. Wllllston. 9 to 2, scond. Pio
neer. IS to 1, third Time, 2:21
Second race Plvo-elzhths of a mile;
purse for 2- ear-olds. r.Ueon. 10 to 1, won:
Travis, . to 1. second, Ozark, Jr., 10 to 1,
third Time, 1 03.
Thlid race Si furlongs; selling. Semele.
." to 1, won. Safe Home, 30 to 1, second;
Darwin Wedgowood, 13 to 1, thlnl. Time.
Iotirth race rive furlongs. Judge Du
bose, 7 to 1. won; St. Anna, ii to 1. second;
Hlick Knot, 15 to 1, third. Time. 1:03
nrth race Seven and one-half furlongs.
Llselg, I to 1, won; Clcelj. 2 to 1, second;
Strathmenth. 10 to 1, third Time, 1.3I4.
Sixth race Selling; lv furlongs. I'robas
co, 4 to 1, won. Jim Head. 7 to 1, second;
uusn, 1 to 1, tnira. Time. 1.15
million . Wins a tiike.
Cincinnati O., June .'3 The feature of the
day nt I-atonla was the Mllldale stake,
which was won by Simon W. who was
ndded this morning Weather warm, at
tendance gooi. track fust.
I'lrst race Selling, seven furlong Sllu
rln. 7 to 1 won; He'eie Mlsner 12 to 1, sec
ond; Samanthn, 9 to 2, third. Time, 1:29V
Second rate selling; one mile and sev
enty yards Ace, 0 10 6, won: Ashland, 9
to 2, second, La Joya, 5 to l, third. Time,
Thlnl race Purse; live furlong. Pran
ces, r to 2, won; Julie, 00 to 1, second:
Amanda, 9 to 20 third Time, 1 02
fourth rnee The Mllldale stakes for .1-year-olds
and upward; net value of stake
to winner, il.ftln, vix furlongs. Simon W.,
9 to 1, won: Potentate, even, second: St.
Maxim, S to B, third. Time, 1 t4.
Fifth race Selling: seven furlong.
Nance. 9 to 3, won; Floreanna, 7 to 2, sec
ond . Yellow Uose, 3 to 1, third. Time,
Sin rr.iuiNio ltnre
San rrancljco, Juno 25 Favorites won
the first, second nnd fourth rates to-day.
the other going to s-ttond choices. Tjr
Lima .inriar, wno was enierea to ne sold
at ii-), was nm up to nm, at which price
he was retained by his owner. Nhk Hall.
The feature or the dav was Chevalier's
riding, out of four mounts he rode three
winners and a one place.
First race Five and one-half furlongs.
Hod Idle won. Tuxedo, second. Steadfast,
third Time. 1 10. '
Second race Five and one-half furlongs,
All Haba won; Dolly M , second, Amiga,
third Time, 1 ass.
Third rice Six and one-half furlongs.
Lady Jane won; Hoad Runner, setond: Sir
Ilk hard, third. Time, lj.-iiA, '"'
Fourth race One mile. Tar and Tartar
No flame nt Mllvriukee.
Milwaukee, Wl , June 25. St Paul-Milwaukee
game postponed on account of
iitlotinl I.enguo standing.
Won Lost. P.C
Ho-ton .....31 17 6I
Pittsburg 31 20 COS
Hnltlmore 27 19 fi7
Cleveland 31 22 ;J
Chicago 32 23 i2
Philadelphia 27 23 510
Cincinnati 25 23 Ml
Brooklyn 2S 24 520
New ork M 2I 510
Washington 21 25 429
St. Loula 17 35 327
Louisville 7 42 112
(')iliiign. lot littsburg, M.
, Chicago. Ill , June 25. Terry vvn hit
hard In the first Inning only, while tho
Colt batted Hart viciously In the three
In which their rung were tcored. Attend
ance, 3,V0. Score:
Pittsburg' r. 0300010 1 S94
Chicago .. (0300300 -10 10 1
Ilatterles Pittsbure, Hart and Merrltt;
Chicago, Terry and Donohue.
KutrlK for i'li.ilnj'- Hun,
irl for this afternoon's racing will
'ix race anl every one of them
t ,.! and (rood Held In fact, the
'i- or the meeting will lie seen out
4 - 1 aces and the port ought to be
in ood So evenly are the field
' 1 'tat the talent will be kept Kuess.
r k th winners
v ig are the entries and weights-
r," "T rhras-nurtrler of n mile
,Z ' J3;," '"Aa w' AUadln. jui:
r ,r us Wandft T, Hi Karl It. 6.
S Ki M' ''oleUa' ' J'nlUd.i, M.
.s 1 nce-Nine.eixteenths: ;.j ear-olds
1 ! " h. . Dr ftwood. 110, He Ibliia.
v...' ''",' St:- y' ni- '"" ii'i, w n-
,,Vr 1, -V , OkUhr.ina Chief, 10., Plug,
r i v iioierui inn. -.
. T .' "'Three-iii liters or .1 mile Ze
' a "1 Muii.hv iret n... i.. n.. ' !.
, Xiniey Aaron Jr 101;' Monielia,
.' W Muyvli w, 91; Quean Fausi
- I ;t Chsnrt, lit llrnest U. 108:
. . " ".HR ' ln' Hauling, lit.
' r 1,"J' ":! 'luarter la Ja.
L g 'If 11. WP Hlllj Sunderland. 108;
,l ',M,: ' aniha, S.. Lonsdale, UJ:
t.rv. ltd aouihtrntr, I0u
I' 1 ,' ' rThli,,'',',,-.iJ"V' n'"; elllng,
,'-?''T'l,i,l,?t' '""i l '"1 John, 10B,
Drlpo. 17- H,l iVibVo mi. V.X:..'
, srnifj the rirnuggl. r, Iw. L.t'(lartla;
H ra e Three-fourths of a
..1 1 nurim v 111. Kmi)
ito-ton, .": i'n York, 'J.
Boston, Ma.. June 23. Frank Sexton of
ficiated for tho home team and was in
great form. The visitors made four hits
In the last three Innlne, but could not
Boston 3 1 100000 5 12 3
New York . .2 0000000 0-2 6 3
Batteries Sexton nnd Tenny; Clark and
CTnclnnitl, llli -t. t.ouls, il.
Cincinnati, O, June 2". The Red won a
very slow game through the numerous er
rors of their opponents, coupled with a
few timely hits. Attendance 2.400 Score
R H. E.
Cincinnati ...0 0014302 lu 12 0
St Louis ....0 01 122 0 00 6127
Batteries Cincinnati. Hhlnes. Phillips and
Murphy; St. Louis, Stale, Ehret and Fa-gin
On Monday Jvnnsns City led the en
tiro Wrsl in a Texas cnttlo market,
nnd ycMertltty furnished tho best
market for unlives, n welt nq Texas, of
nny of tho Western onttlp center
Ooml to choice oxport eleers sold here
al 5.25iTS.40. wlillc In St. IxliH the top
on nntlte steers wns 5 30, nnd In Chl
enfro 5 25?5K, jilnclnfr the market hero
on the same fooling with thoe 300 nnd
400 miles east of lis nnd saving; ft plt-ht
on tlmt instance lo the cotmti shipper.
July I, this yrnr will be n peneml
holiday at nil the WVstoth live Flock
miiikt, tinder a rule ndoptctl by the
various llvo stock exclintiKes.
Thomnn i?. Itentley, Caibondale, Kns
hail In hogs yostettlny.
O. J. llolroyd, Hew in?, Kn came In
with entile nnd lioga etcrtlny.
S?lmion .t I'hlllliMt. Axtoll, Kas., were
nt the )(trd8 .vestetdnv with hog.
15. 11. Dugnii. Monttose, -Mo., wns In
yesteniay with hogs.
KtedmAti .i Haiti. Colonv. Kas.. hntl In
H O Ledbetter, nnttlen City, Kas.,
was here yesterdny with heir".
Hume Bros., Austin, Tex., were up
yesterday with cattle.
V. V. Whitley, llevejiy Stntlon, Mo
wan hern yesterday with sheep.
M. K. M.vcrs, Quencmo, Kas., camo In
with Iioks pfienlay.
i S. Mlllnrd. Ostise Nation, I. T., wns
nt the nllls yesterdtiy with cows nnd
I Klehl. Coldw nter, Kas., was In yes
terday w Ith cows.
Stuetve Bros, Alma, Has., had In cat
tle and hog
W. M Wllholt, Kidder, Mo., wns at
the yards yesterday with hoR
B F. MurKan, Falls Clt.v. Neb., was
here etenl. with tattle and hog.
J. II. Null. Ciidtlo. 1. T, wns on the
ynrds yesteulny vvlth v.ittle.
Thete were n number of lots of line
cattle In yesterday. Thomas Dixon, Jr.,
ntnl P. Holdane, ot Spring Hill. Johnson
county. Kit"., were here with JM choice
dry lot steer, averaging1 1, 100 pound",
that were sold by Ihe Charles Dixon
Commission Compan.v nt J5.SS. They
were taken by the Schwarzschlld &
Sulzberger Compan for the export
K. Watts, Horton. Mo, was nt the
yards vestertlay with cattle ntul hog-s.
C. O. Auger, Parker, Kas., was ln
yesterday with hops
Unburn . Wtts. Kensington. Kas ,
were In eaterday with cttle nnil hops
Hall Bros., Nortonvllle, Kas, had In
C.eorge Deal. Lane. Kas . came 1n
yesterdav with cattle He says cattle :
are doing well In hi country. Grass
pood and water abundant
J. L. McAboy, Harris, Kas., came ln
yesterda with cnttK-
Krevl Vount. Milt". ale. Kas, was In
yesterday with cattle and hops.
Bailey A- Humphre. Rockrllle, Mo ,
had In cattle yesterday
Irons Bros , Nevada. Mo., were here
yesterday with hoijs
Tuck .t Johnson, Checotah, I. T , were
on the yards eterdav with cattle.
Dann Winn, Udall, Kas , was h-re yes
terday with hops.
Vivian & Campbell. Clay county.
Mo., were at the yards jesterday with
FRANK J. BAIRD DYING,
One of Kansas titj's Most Prominent till-
en Iteyond All Unman Aid-1 be
I ml l.tperlrd Atij Hour,
Frank .1 Haird, a capitalist nnd well
known business man of the cltv, Is dying
at his home, Highteenlh nnd Jefferson
streets At l.to o'rlock thi morning it
wa thought he might live until daybreak,
lull certainly not longtr.
Mr. nalrd, who I a member of the real
estate firm ot 1 J. Hnlrd A Co , wns taken
111 ome rtn ago with inflammation of the
bowels, which developed Into appendicitis
Monday morning an operation, from which
he did not rallv, was performed by Dr.
Block, assisted , Dr. Schauitlctt
THE NEW ENGLISH CABINET.
Ihe Mnniuls nf stllahtiry Adepts the Pre
miership ntul .Names Ills t oltengiies
ppruviil lit the Out in.
ItOndon, June 2 -Yesterday was a day of
accomplishment rather than speeuhtlon
and It Is appirenl that the crisis hns been
temporarily smoothed over, If hot entirely
passed. The house of common ha held a
brl-f session and adjourned without at
tempting to transnet any business The
Mnniuls of Salisbury held a conference
early In the morning with ttleht Hon A J.
Balfour, the Duke of Devonshire, the Bight b' the nttornry general to ntrenuously op
JUDGE MERRIJTS ORDER,
He l:efne to Modify tt and o Par as the
Court ts tonrrrned Ihe 1nn He-
elvers M III t'nntlnue.
Silt Lake, t T June K.Judge Merrill
his refused to modify M previous order
In regard lo receiver for the Oregon Short
Line & I'tih Northern railroad.
The case came up ngaln to-day upon an
atipllcatlon of Ihe Atnetlcnti Loan nnd
Trust Company for a modlllcatlon asking
that j. m Lgan be made sole receiver.
The attorney for tho loan and lrtit com
pany wns Judge Marshall J. M. Thurston
nnd P. L. Williams represented Ihe t'nlon
Pacific' Interest, neiicrnl Court!) appeared
under the perial direction of Ihe attorney
general of the Unllcd states to oppose
the application of the lotn cotnp.mv. In
addition to ah Independent receiver, the
loan company asked permission to Issue
receiver certificate a had been done In
other courts, for (ho reason that ralslnp
of large sums of money rciiulred by tho
order of Ihe t'tnh court wa Impracticable,
Judge Mnrshatl said hothlng could lie done
under the present order, because It I Im
possible to pay a large amount of money
to retnnlu under tho sntno management a
Sentaor Thurston urged tint no modifi
cation of the order should be made.
Ocmr.Al cowan said he wns Instructed
Hon. James Chamberlain and others. The
outcome of this meeting wa a haty vis
It on the p-irt of the marquis to the
quen at Windsor, where It Is assumed he
presented a list of names ef member ror
a proposed now .cabinet and that the are
approved by her majesty. Later In the day
the otllelal announcement that the Mar
quis of Salisbury had formally accepted
the premiership was made In London.
This news created somewhat of a sensation,
as It Was believed that under the evlstlng
circumstances the Tory leader would hel
late, It not decline, to accept the premier
ship The new ministry, as far as completed
and olllclnlly announced, Is ns follows
M.trqul of Salisbury, premier and secre
tary, of stale for foreign affairs.
rhe puka or Devonshire, president of th
V. ! n?,follr- nr" lorl of the treasury.
Bight lion. Joseph Chamberlain, secreta
ry of state for the colonies
Sir Michael Hlcks-Bench. chancellor of
Bight Hon Oeorgc J. Goschen, first lord
of the admlralt
it is believed that the Marquis of Sall.
bur . tiefoto deoldlnir to torm n new tnitiu.
trj. received assurances that the outgoing
mlnlstr.v would alt the new- government
In pning the estimates In time to enable
,,ii ii,un-nt to uif-oive ov juiy 10.
The Tories were reluctant, It is said, to
take otiice before a new parliament was
elected, on the ground that It would nol be
good strategy to be actually In power and
in a measure responsible before the general
With the Liberals ,'ui holding olllce the
Conservative tould go to the dlcontented
voters ana ok them pointedly how things
could be different under tho pr-cnt gov
ernment : If the Tories were In power things
would be letter But with the Tories
actually in otiice. they will have to take a
share in the voter's mind or responsibility
for present condition". Both parties pro
".'' tobe reaJ for a general election in
July. The outgoing ministry does not ap
pear great h di-heartened. Lord Hofberv
and Mr llliam Harcourt are part'cularly
Jaunty and Jovial and make it plain that
their re!eae from olllce at this time wus
the thlr.p most to be desired.
poe the application, on the part ot the
government. The receivers formerly ap
pointed were satisfactory to the govern-
mem. ns us interest ran nionir witn the
property. The loan compiny would have
a right to an Independent receiver when
the atcrued Interest on the mortpngo Is
paid On behalf of the government, he
thought the separation should not be
made. He explained, however, that ho
opposed the application on account ot the
pecuniary Interest of the government
At the conclusion of the argument Judge
"This case hns given me great trouble
and some annoyance. 1 made no order
respecting lecclvers' certificates before
nnd shall not do so now. Thnt matter Is
being considered In the appeals In other
elr ults. In the meantime I will let the
order stand as before."
PHILIP PHILLIPS IS DEAD.
W.i-lilngton. 7: lliltlinnrr, a.
Washington, June 25 The Orioles won
to-dav's game In the ninth Innlnc, when
McCraW hit brought In two runs Kelly
was put out of the game b Umpire Ems.
He for objecting ta a decision. Attendance
Baltimore . ) 0 002301 j jjj
Batter! Washington Mercer nd Mc-
Gulre, Baltimore. Esper, Hoffer and Clark.
OFFERS TO DELIVER FRAKER.
A Certain Person Vi i He Will I! nnd Him
Over to the Iii-uniiue Coiup.inle-
Topeka, Kas., June 2T Se-re'ary John
K Moor., of the Kansas Mutual Life In
surance Association returned frjm Kan
sas City to-n.gh whr- he h'id been in
conference with the o:!l-,a!s of other com
panies Interest 1 -n rning in'ormatlon
that has corr to -hem to the efteet that
Dr Prater, fo- li "ppo-ei death the
companies are unler obhsaclon to pay
$41 Ow next Augii-t. Is a.lve The person
who furnished the information sa that
Fraker Is undtfr Birvelllance and will be
dellverexl up on a-urancea that the JS),
000 reward whl"h has been offered will be
forthcoming Mr Moon declines to state
w.ier Dr. Fraker is supposed to be.
won: Mcrarlane, second:
third. Time, i.-hh.
Fifth race Abuiit six furlongs Mount
iV.p . w2il: n.".vvurd- cood, Charmloti,
third. Time, 142.
S r, ,..-. 9. Pony Hoi. Joi; Sir Ch.'irles,'
.;..' ..'" .V,J' I'si. .viva viz
It ii lug at Milk-Hi, .ll.m,
Satipus, Mas , June 25-,-Tlesulta:
2-13 clai.s, trotting, purse, jeoo; untlnlshed.
Quality won third, fourth and sixth he.its
and race Time. 2 21, 2.21, 2 "P,. not was
second winning tlrst und second heuts.
Time, . Ik, 2 lS'i. Sejlex was third, win
ning llfth heat; time, 2 1W,,
2.00 tlabS. pace; purse. &J. Barney won
second, third and fourth heats and race;
time. S.14U, 2 14, 2:11'4. Paul was second
winning tlist heat; time, aasi. Whirli
gig wus third.
i IS class, trot pur.e. JiiOO. William
Penn .won first heat and was fourth In
second; time. 2 2U, Paul Clifford was
second In both heats. Antidote won sec
ond heat; time, 2. IT.
Ill suits lit Huh).
Itoby. Ind , June 25.-Flrt-t race Thrse
quarters of a mile llaldur won. Conductor
McSweeney, fecond; I'lster, third. Time,
Second raco Three qunrters ot n. mile
Oak Forest won King Henty. second,
Buenos Ayres third. Time l.ts.
Third race Five. euhtln. of 11 mile. Sixty
won: Hncckcl, second. Fay Jlelle, Uiliif.
Fou'rth race One tulle Florence p. won;
Spwndalln, second; Fullerton Lass, third.
Time, 1 HsJ.
Fifth rat o Three. nuuriers of 11 toliA
Mnndollna won SIls-s Young, second. White
Wings, third. Tune, 1 17
CIi.Tll.isil, 8s Loullvllie, S.
Cleveland, O.. June SE. To-dajr's roe
was sio'ir oq urTwmc. i n snte X4-S2C
won oy oeuer oaiiins.
Hor-e Thlet- Ciiptnred.
Kinsflsher, O T June 2t fSpeciat ) A
farmers' artl-har:hlef oc.atlon near
War.del K'nniser county, brought two
hors thieve i."T- this monilr.g, xvere
they were jla-ei r jail 'ir.tll the neces-
, ssry pjeTs cau.-i be made out to seed
B.H E I thtro to Qjtlsr.e. -h county aat of Lo
1 11T IS 2 fan countj in h 'b th crime wa com-
msctnt. Tte tamMe iook ta- horses rrom
a firmer- r-assrf Sunday -vnlne, rode
Ihto KlstflititT -oj-.:y that night and eon
cSi :h nimats .r, a ravine The homes
were ::;&. ri atd. a ! hours later
tfilfc mr. r Ta.r.tartd. Tn proved to
be M' Bfiya a.'.'i Aireilas Hrtmen. both
! Stroxir :i-ir fapift ar.d retWent of
ThcCreit i:TnugeII-t anilnert dinger Has
ilolnril tin. -Ilent .Vlajntltj
Prli ml tit Ltiitolu.
Delaware, O., June 23. Philip Phillips,
the noted evangelist, died here shortly be
fore 5 o'clock this evening. He was bom
In Chautaqua county, N. Y., August 13,
13. When 21 ears old he studied under
Dr. Lowell Mason and other noted musi
cians, teaching church and school muslo
ln New York. In 1SC0 he formed a partner
ship with William Summer it Co. In Cin
cinnati. Ho Fprnnp Into national promi
nence as a singer ln Washington, D. C , at
the United .States Christian convention.
Here he atti acted President Lincoln's at
tention, who cj.ut.fd him to sing "Your
Mision in tne presence or ntmseir and
his executive stnti. He wns lso honored
by b'ing called on to sing ln the piLsence
or membets of congress. Later lie Ming
extensively in Europe and America The
funeral srice will be held in Delaware,
Wednesday, conducted by Hev Dr D C.
Thomas, pastor of S-t. Paul's Methodist
Episcopal church after which the remains
will be takf n to Fredonln, his foimerhome,
where they will be interted.
The United States government report on
baking powders shows Itoi.il suneiior to
I all others. It is pure, made from whole
some ingredients, und greatest in leavening
strength. It Is the only baking powder for
those desiring the tinest, mo-t wholcsomo
Tho Little Pe-t tiet Looked at by a Sclen
tlllo L') t.
From the Washington Star.
There are supposed to be about 1M species
of mosquitoes in the world. About tvventj
or.t tpeoies have been Identubd us native
to North America. The Urg(.-t varieties
occur In the tropics, where i1. n 1 lite of all
sorts obtains its fullest and most nestiltr-
uu. uevctULiuit'iii. .lunncit, liotvtiver,
llt'IlM.VOTtlA's stlMMP.K TOPHI.
I hit Hnterprlslng Ito.id Introduces 11 "cw
linn, M lileh Will Prove Popular.
The Burlington railroad has announced a
series of three personally conducted sum.
mer tours to the picturesque parts of Col.
orado, Utah, Montana, Yellowstone park
nnd the Black Hills. Prices vnrv. ncconl.
I Inp to route, but In each case the price
named win Include nil the necessary ex
penses of such a trip. These tours are
tho first ot this particular kind nrranged
for this territory, resembling the famous
Cook tours of Europe. Tho dates nnd
route win oe ns follows:
First tour Leaving St. Louis Wednesday,
June 2ii. A tour ot the Yellowstone park,
via Kansis Cltv, Colorado, Manltou, Pike's
Peak, Iloynl tiorpe, Mnrshall Pass, Glen
wood Spring", Salt Lake City, .1 dnvs'
circuit ot Yellowstone park, returning
through the Black Hills, via Custer battle
field and Hot Springs, s. D. Twenty-one
davs' tour. Cost, MtO.
Second tour Leaving SI. Louis Wednes
day August 7. A tour of the Yellowstone
park, via Kansas Cltv and Lincoln Keli .
northwest through the Black HIIKvl.a Hot
Springs, De.tdwood, Spent l)h, Lend City,
Cuter battletleld, a sl days' circuit in
Yellowstone park, returning ln the North,
ern P.iclllc railtoad. through Dakota and
Minnesota, via Minneapolis and Lake Mln
tiDtonkn. Seventeen dnvs. Cost, JlfO
Third tour Leaving St. Louis Wednes
day August 14. A tour throuch Colorado
around the circle Kansas City, Denver,
Manltou, Colorado Springs, Pike's Penk,
RoaI Gorge, Marshall pass. Mount Ouray,
stage ride, Hlo Grand". Southern, Hlco,
Durangti, Glenwood SniTngs, Leadville. re-
turning via Omaha. Fourteen dajs. Cost,
Several Kansas City parties have al
ready made anangements to go on the
Burlington tours and others aro consider
ing the Inducements ottered.
BEAUTY JS POWER.
rorfoctlori of Formt r'rnlnro. nnd Mlna
Itrntler Women All-ptmcrfiil.
fftrnt. to ot tABt Mintus )
Vet bleniteil with tnne porfectloni
must bo perfect health. Women are to-
uay stronger 111 imir
character, better In
their nature, truer in
their love, warmer in
their nffecltons, than.
influence is ilo
ing the most
ous sea of wo
rI hen they
ber thnt I.pilla
wPl fulness, ile
,i iP slrovsilesponil-
ency, cures leucorriue.i, tho preal tore
rtttiner of serious womb tioublo, ie
lloves backache, strenpthens the muscles
ot the womb, and restores it to its nor
mal condition, refittlates menstruations,
removes Infliinmation, ulceration, and
tumors of the womb, etc.
It Is a remedy of a woman for women.
Millions of women owe the health they
enjoy, nnd the influence they exert, to
Mrs. l'lnkhim; anil the success of her
Vegetable Compound hns never been
eniiilleil In tlin Held of medicine for tho
relief ntul euro of all kinds of female
f 6r Jsl
r 1 1
Met the Lake Miorc's Cut.
Chicago. Ill , June 2", The Chicago com
mittee of the Central Traffic Association.
In a hastily called meeting to-day decided
to meet the tarlir heet issued by the Lake
Shore last night There was a general feel
ing among the n.istern lines that the ac
tion of the Lake Shore was. In a measure,
uncalled for, considering that a meeting of
the executive Ollicets of the Dastern lines
will be held to-morrow ln the olllce of the
Central Trafllc Association to devise means
to Improve the freight situation.
AttejvSscM-, J.) ( ,1. ;-f-..i mhrti' th hors-s were tilen. these bloodsuckers more abundant than In
1 Tcy cst ,iaed themselves on belne r Northern latitudes, as in Aictlc Alaska.
, , j .... .K.ItE ? tsrr-; v.- to QfBcftCi of th law, rather' "IT' they appear in countless swarms
t leveland 3 1 S n 0 9 9 J - ; 2 s -.hi- jj 4tt w t by the vig!an'ts. i durlnif the brief bureal tuimimr There ate
Louisville .....10 J 00 1 J i) J 1; 2 ) at least three or four srx.i.s of Jeiscy
Batterls--ri eljod, Cjp$ n4 Ik,-1 nM.d tiu.it I mosquitoes, uno succeedlnn another durliig
van. Iuislle. Weyh'ng &J Bi.i , neportswl ABlt. j ,fce 'prt,Krc!.H ot the season Tho biggest
I n wm iy. f. -j ,v.s jjv. , hi an "-any 1 Known moanuuo Is oni loui.a as a russll,
Philadelphia. 3; ISraoklrjg. .
Brooklyn. N, V , Jen K. Ts lteiHtsi
gained tnelr victory b!eflr &ws& H6
nedy's inability to locate tSs r. ja jfe
fourth Inning when h 5Bt fceifc iJfel.ai
and Boyle to base Bcttre.
Brooklyn .....0 0I40: 1 '1
Philadelphia ,4 81 U ! t 141
Batteries Biooklyn, K-r.r-Kiy tuwi ln17
Philadelphia. Carsey an'l c.i-mtai '
ii., 11 , i
Western .luorbtliiB (srs. 1
Lincoln. Nt.. June S. I,ireo!s, , J.i.
Omaha, Neb., June 25 Omhs, t. Pea-4
S(. Joseph, Mo., June 25,-St. Jii-S. 1
"Miutlieru l.iMgim (iaijin.
Cvansvllle, Ind, June S5, Evansvllte, u, I
Mtmnhls. 4 1
Atlunta. an,, Juno 5S Atlanta, 11, New
Chuttanooen. Tenn.. June 25. First game
Chattanooga, 2; Jlontgomety, 11. Second
game: Chtittanooao, 3; Montgomery. J.
m rir.i. ' th pi. re at an arly
a-..? .sj d.'" tr.st rruir. namd happily. It lived in lertlaiy times. beitiK
a, m. -,-" - 1 1 . i., . .- j, . nrry i contemporary witn tne mastoaun ana me.
:st eftt tj r e.-.t f r- Itnce at 1 gatherlum. To It has been tjlven th -p.
" t-P'Oit. t"' t... t.r.it avtnje, Drotiruita nama of "ciiiex daiiin.norlum."
m&. -. --.r--p r. : itev.r and T mriuriL, unntotthe.iurnii.il."
JJrr i( iu- -
a..h . ..:. .,.-.,.
1 .? ., j -v.vt' he
v S." - p ar I thm
1 ' I ', e away,
' - rr.n hot m
BABY'S BAD ECZEMA
f'l 05 v.ti -',f. Itehlns Awful.
IU1 fo ri His If.indn 1', rrtillu.
h-!ll ( uretl b Cutltura.
Vale, ,1i ll.iri.irit, I),
New Haven, Conn., Juno M. Yale,
put I,t. in; joe Wool.!
M , if L uf, 10U
Xirngitimtt I'ark lUie..
I'rov'd-n. e. It I. June S.-The races at
Narragdiisett nark vvt're run lu iwurin
tain to-day and the trjtk was in frlghlful
'jsdltlon Nearly all th fuvorlts w"n.
,n .,b,.1erO'wJ ruce CalUJjoe had the lwt
i,'-"!1" lh0 .''"' url?'"s'. ,lin dnwlktr
It ngundon fuicul 1 ie i..,ii u.;,
wslsst the ftnee, with th result that he J
lllijile It.nc at vv llk( li irrc.
Wllkesbarre.l'u , June JS. Tho tlrnt day's
evetii. of the bit yule laces held by the
West Lnd Wheelmen was of hlEh order.
The 4ttBd4Iicu was neatly l,u The tea
lute of the meet was the llnlsh of flu Id,
of the Columbia team, lit the mil.- oijiii
when Im lumped to the front and wou b
i foot In the last ten ard The time, 2 uf
is the world's cumpuMv reiord on .4
horse tratk, und the I'ciinsj Kama state
ueprd S-riBir .ipp.Mred uj a piuiessionul
und establiahtd a re, Old for hulf a mile
unp.ud, for that (lass ills time was
0.SS 1-6, one second below previous iec
Half mllti oiie-ti, class B, final c.ibanno
tlrst, Tenncy, second; IJ C Johnson, thlid
Time. 1 QHt (the record In a cnirit!iive
r.u u Iti .1 linrvin Irmlil
Two mile liundltap. claw A. V. c. Doua
lass (lrt Time, 4.WS-5
One mile opsn. ctats It, final heat K c
Bald first, 1. D Cabatmc, ond 1:
Johnson, third. Time. S.U7, '
Half mile open, ciJs A. C. V. Krleh
first, 'llrnt, 1:111-4. vm"
One mlla liandlcip, class B. !'. H. Aiifn
ta vardsl, llrt; Tuimey ( yards). scoAd"
J. Coburn m yatds). third. Time, Vvf. '
Novlie .Vlllu Ituiord Itrnkiu.
iwrifjiTTO this -fi'nfooTthVoyi's 1 ra?." ,lle cburst u: w5s rit
Cornell '! n Aro t'oullilent.
New Vark. June 25 A special from
Blnghampton, N V , to the Tress sas'
"AciordttiK to u letter received In this Uty
by a member of thi Cornell university,
from iv member or the Cornell crew, now
In Ilngland. Courttu y is fooling the V.n
gllshmen. Among other things the writer
" 'Do not pay any attention to the rot
you see in the m w spatters Ever slnm
our arrival Courtnev has been making
monkevs of the Enifli!h nevvBnaner nt.,f
The crew have bon changed tath day
and oveiy stroke known has been row ml.
The second du we vvme heru we made
the course In seven seconds less than the
rate was rowa.1 in li.t year, and nineteen
snonds less than the vear before.
" 'The boys and their friends are nil
lonlldent or winning The Americans all
feel sure Cornell will win Courtney is
very strict and will nut allow the ciew to
be Introduced to ui.one; otherwise all
aie e 11 Jo Ins thi motives Considerable
inane) will bo plan. J on the race.' "
M ilu.iiey riljlui; In t.ood Curiu.
.West Newton, Jlc, June 26 M.monev,
me track (run tmnis plaver, won two
ucesslv sets an I ti,e match from Lamed
lu the game at the N. iBhls)rhood Club this
mottling by the s oru of t- und fi-5.
Lamed was In tool foim, but wai no
match for his ODpnient
The hecond and d. . wing set of the match
was eall M.ihon.. I.iirneil showed up
advantugeously in the llrst two games
This Is tb kucpnl match Mahoney has
vvou l-jrnod did not present the game
that Hogart Disced Jmilnkl Mntionec uc-
terday but hus Improved ln form contid-srgUJy.
j On: . , .
!'". t W , A
We !. e . r
IMi.j,ii.a l.'-. r .
- ' -! i-eadwphahal
.11 t' .t a .i.ihs old.
l.i . 1 ,1 not help
r t ir , 1 1 11, 1 hi ltb.
' e ,-.1 u wiekeattly
a t l.r n due. nous, ho
t. ji. 1 , 1 eadilv nni rove,
i 1 l r the i.- of tlii'in
for m ii.oiitli- his hud
w-1. .tird well Wheuws
be.- n ui.,i jf it lil head wa
as j 1 1 B,iri. froiu thetruwn
toll. sen I ri.j ItwanalfO
all over hit 1 ir, n mtor his
ta e, und fcmall 1 1 11 es on
d tit rent j art or Ink lod),
'lie re were -utren wicks,
thru ui.ln.1 10 L.,. !, i..n.i j
tied to tho cradle ami hold them tt,,.u houai
takcii iij, ,itu li.nl 10 keep mittens tied on Ills
luuils 10 kr. i iu lin.'er mil. uut ot tha boru,
a he un ild , rj , n if ho could In an wav get,
Im li mill lo i... ci (tr.ow onr ( 1 th 1 ti v I1f
Huii.iire.lh m. Uuleciiafoinreeomiueudiug
them lu o'hers "
CKu 11. ,; JAXF.ITA IIMIItlH,
CUTICURA WORKS WONDERS
1'ircnts to know that a -ingle application of
Jhoii fiititv Ur-11 mil win aiford ln-tjut re
lict, lennit ristuiiilli', ii.apii iioint toai,tedr
cum in the 1110H turu.ring and diliuriii of
skin and stalpdiseaus, and no. t" 1110 them ii
pfJ'l ,i Jour ilut) iiTint ItiMinitiaru
tlin purest. i,t.ct and most elfuthc skin
cure-, bliHid imrirlcrs and humor rimeillisever
tu iiiuihtis, niir.ts.auil all having the fare of
cliildirn rireuis should rcinctiibur that mres
nude In childhood aro si tcdv, eioiiouncal and
Bold throushnut iho world. Price, CtTiceai.
5 . '.".M'; " 'r. t I'"", 11 Uam
sni, CutM, Com-., tiolc I'roiirielurs, liQ.tou.
t-"lloiv tQCurabkln Diseases," mailed fru.
RARY'Q f551" !d Scalp purltied aud tcautllitd
PHD I O bycciutiutiusf. Ati.uluUI) ute.
William Cpatg, a bollcltor for a Main
f clothing house, was aire.tcd at
.ii9.srM.Nuwi urn bireeis vestetuay rore
PAINS AND WEAKNESSES
I letnalcs, iustantl) lehevvd by that
W, elciMllt. and inf.illihle Ai,tl,t,.tA
tol'ain, InUammatlon.and Weakness,
the t'utkuru AuU-i'slu iiastt-r,
Then is no reason 10 doubt that mosiiui
toes carry diseases, and they are nrlously
suspe ted of propagating lellow fever. It
ha been notlci d thnt jellow fiver tomes
with th' in and goes whin thiy depart; al-o
that It ts worst In seat-ops when they arc
mon plentiful and in localities whirt they
am moit abundant. Hut respecting this
complaint comparatively little hus been def
The mosquito is likewise accused of prop,
nga'lr.g malaria bj carrying the infection
from one nerson to another. This chari-e
is not proven, however.
It hus long bein known that only the fe
tra e inosulto bites. The male possesses
r.o lance for intuiting a wound such as his
mate is provided with. Tho purpose of his
existenie it merely te perpetuate the
speden, and he never entirs a house unless
b aci ident. The natural food of the fe
male Is the Jui, es of plaiitc, and it U not
known why the seeks blood. The indul
gence Mtnis to be a kind ot dissipation
with lur, like whisky and tobacco witn
human beings. I'nllke the latter, sho nev
er gets full but once. Her sting consists
of tlve extremely sharp needles, two of
which are barbed. They unite and form un
awl, which, having- Inlllctcd the puncture,
serves as a tube for sucking tho blood of
the Utlm The suggestion that poisonous
Iluld Is Introduced Into the wound for the
purpose of making tha blood moro liquid
U mere theory.
The female mosquito lays her eggs In a
boat-shaped mass on the surtuce of still
water, rrom these the larvae, called
"wrlggleis," are hutched. When the wrig
gler considers that he haB wtlggled long
enough, ho comes to the surface and care
fully extricates himself from his skin,
which Fervts as a raft for him to stand
upon. This is the danger point of his life,
tor tne least urcatn 01 wind may upset
his raft and drown htm Happily escaping
this fate he files away as soon as his wings
me dry, If a "she," the Insect loses no
time in seeking for soma nnlmul or peisnn
to tQiture, It has been contended that the
latval mosquito has some usefulness, con
suming inlusmatlc germs In the water, but
this In more than doubtful.
New York, June 2. Holders or the
general mortgage nnd extension mortgage
bonds of the t'tnh Southern Hallroad Com.
panv have been notified thnt the payment
or Interest having been defaulted, Messrs.
J M Han and Oliver Ames, trustees for
the fln-t mortgage, have called a nicotine-
or bondholders for July 11 in this city, to
consider what steps shall be taken In the
ltlg Sain ot Mock.
New York, June 25 There were sold at
auction to-day 1?,272 shares Oregon Hall
wav and Navigation for $1 "dO.Wn. The stock
was bought bv A. A II. Bolssevaln, W. S
Odtnen and r. S. Bangs, representing the
committee of the collateral trust bondhold
er of the Oregon Hhort Line & Utah
A High it.iilroail Tunnel.
Denver, Col., June n. The Alpine tunnel
on the South Park road, held to bo the
highest t.illroad tunnel In tho world, wns
reopened to-day It has been snowed up
the piht live years. The tunnel Is nt an
altitude of 11.M0 feet, 1,77(5 feet long and
was bored nine )ears ago at a cost of
Court en banc to-day alllrms the Judg
ment of division No 1, heretofore Hied, t,..
versing and lemandlng Claude Payne vs.
Chicago & Alton Hallroad Company, for
tho reason that the boy, Payne, was guilty
of contributory negligence, and so was
Injured. Young Pan crossed the tnllroad
trntk In front ot n moving train, nnd then
turned and caught at tho curs with his
hand He was setlously Injured Judgment
In tho lower court was for the boy. in
tblK court all of the Judges voted to reversn
nnd rimiind except Sherwood, who voted
to levcrse, holding that the boy wits guilty
or Inexcusable contributory negligence.
Miuplli'lt) of (Juakrr .Mother,
Philadelphia, papers btlll continue to
publish btorlts of the late Richard Vnux.
One of ilium Is that when the story of
her ton dancing with the nueen was told
to Ills good, old Quaker mother, "Filend"
Vuux listened to it With calmness, and
to the astonishment of Iter visitor ie
piled vety quietly. "Well, I must tell
thee, I don't nltogether look upon that
as an honoi, Theie In no knowing what
it may lead to. Hleluiii is a very hand
some young nmix, and the queen Is un
married, and 1 should not at ull Jiko tho
Idea of Kiciiard maviyiiig' out of the
Through Curs to Huston.
Your wife und family will not have to
change vais bstween here and Boston If
sou take Chlcugo A. Alton railroad July C.
i'etdtlveli' no change of cars.
There Is certainly no baking powder so
well known and generally used as the
Iloynl. Its perfect purit). as well ns its
superiority, in leavuilng power, aro mat
tets ot fact no longer disputed by honest
dealers or makers of other brands. Its
virtues are so well known to evety house
keeper that the slanders of the dishonest
makers of the chtaper goods fall to
Hilled by Lightning.
Corder. Mo., June 25. (Special ) During
a severe storm at this place this ev enter
Miss Lena Wollenman was instantly killed
by lightning, and her sister, Miss Annie,
and Mtsa Carrie Knight badly shocked,
K II. Slower. Boston, Is at the Coates.
S. S. Gilbert, Portland, Me., is at the
C. W, Momtt,, New York, Is at the
D. H. Miller, Philadelphia, is at the
a. P. Andrews, Chicago, ts at the Coates,
J T. Blnney, St. Louis, ts at the Coates,
M. D. Hesse, Port Worth, is at tha
L. N, Stark, Memphis, Is at the Coates.
T. V. Itebel, Amsterdam, is at the Coates.
j. it. uunii, Massiuon, o., is at the
Judge A. JI. Kills, of Belolt, Kas.: Ban
kin Mason, of Topeka, and Hon. JI, I,
Pestaua, of Itussell, Kas., were in tho cits
last evening. '
.u.v1:.SU,r.fironi Yates Center, Kas., Is
at tho New Albany, '
It. W Smith, of Wichita, Kas., Is at the
W, M. Wilson, Chanute, Kas., Is at the
N'lw Alban"5'' Maflr"J' M-' U ot the
i..J' I'-,. Nolan, Commerce, Mo., Is at the
CJeorge T. Hume, Austin, Tex., Is at the
V. B. Jones, Galveston, Tex., Is at the
C. si. Hltchetis, Springfield, Mo , Is at the
Oeorge C, Telt, Chicago, HI, ts at tho
William Collins, Omaha, Neb, Is at the
i.iX- A' Jl0rean, Irving, Kas., is ot the
V. D. Cilass, Coffcyville, Kus., Is at the
w" .1,:..s,0r1!0. anl t0D. -'orfe)vllle, Ka-.
are ut the Victoria. '
complaints. So say the ilriiRclsts.
Hero is anollicr one of thousands who
speaks tint oilier, may know the truth:
"For live je.tr? 1 sufleml with falling
of the womb, ami nil the ilicatlful aches
ntul pains that nccoiiipany the disease.
I tried several doctors ami different medi
cines, until I lost all faith lu cvcrvtlillip.
I had not tried jour Compound. I
watencu jour wrtS&xXiiyicrvrTGto'
advert scments ja&yi-yyg- -yan' v
from day to g
day, and each WiS
dav became (a$,
At last 1 re
solved to try It.
I have talton
My pains have
nil left mc, and
t au a well wo- f5
man. I do all
my own work, and can walk two miles
without feellm- tired. Your Compound
has been worth its weight in gold to me.
I cannot praise it enough." Math.ua
Eilvam, Columbia, Lancaster Co., Pi
TOO BUSY WITH THEIR CORN.
Kansnns, Think Mori, of Their Crops ut
Present Than I bey Ilo ot ll11.1111i.1l
Topeka, Kas., June 23. (Special.) Tha
silver conference called by Captain Pat.
Cone), of Topeka, and Editor Sponsler, ot
Hutchinson, was not largely attended. In
addition to Captain Conev and Mr. Spons
or, there weie only three other delegates
In attendance from abroad. They were
-Mr. McDonald, of Strong Clt, Chaso
count.v: Tom MeC.intiy, of Larned, and
Sam Hale, of Lacrosse. Both Captain
Coney and Editor Sponsler tire good fel
lows and possess unlimited povvets of
good nntured endurance or they would
have been driven to frenzy by the "Josh
ing" the) rccelvid fiom their friends to
day. As a matter of fact the two failures
In tho way of a silver convention which
Topeka hns witnessed within .1 week
should not be taken ns meaning that
there are no silver mtn In Kansas or that
no Interest Is felt In the financial nroblums
of the day. Neither of thu conferences
were bom right. They did not Inspire
conlldence that they were in good faith,
besides, tho people of Kansas arc just now
bu1,) "laying by" the biggest acreage of
corn tho state has ever grown, and they
have no time to trundlo down to the capi
tal Just to hear the politicians spout fi
nance. Tho delegates assembled ln the Cope
land to-night. Chief Justico Martin and
Hon. A. B. Jetmore, of Topeka, also at
tended the confetence, together with flvo
or six newspaper men and four or live To
peka men who dropped ln as spcctutor3.
Judgp Murtln nnd Sir. Jetmore made brier
speeches in which they declared for tho
unlimited coinage of silver. Mr. Sponsler
also Indorsed this view, while Mr SU
C.irth) opposed It, He was willing to de
clare fot the coinage of American sliver,
but no further. Captain Cone), who
acted as ch.Uiman, spoke for tree coinage
without restrictions. There were no fur
thet speeches. Letters were read fiom
Congressman Broderlck, Andy Pelt, of
Atchison, Kd (Ireer, of Wlntleld, and A.
J. White, of Jefferson count), who ex
pressed ssmpath) with the movement. It
was decided to appoint a. committee con
sisting of one member from each congres
1 slonal district and live from the state .it
1 large to conduct a campaign of organiza
tion among Kepubllcans who were ln favor
of tho tree nml unlimited coinage of sil
ver. The cornmltteo wns appointed as fol
lows, list dlsttlct, A. J. Pelt, of Atchison;
neconu iiisuici, j.. ji. 1 uni-iuii, 01 uari)ie;
Third district, J. V. Hoekmun, of Arkan
sas CU) ;
McNall. of unjloid; Seventh district, A.
L. Sponsler, or Hutchinson. At large. V,
II. Cone), of Topeka, L'd P Oreer. of Win
field; C. V. Hskrldge, of Emporia; .Milton
Brown, of Harden City, and A. B, Jet
moie, of Topeka Captain Coney wilt call
tills committee together on Thursday, July
11, at Topeka. If any of the gentlemen
declined to serve the chairman wus author
ized to fill their places. One of the letters
which Chalutiun Coney did not read was
trom James H. Legate, of Leavenworth,
who declared he was back In the Jtepubllc
an party provided It would declare) for sil
ver. Through sleeping cars to Boston will
leave Kansas City July 6, via Chicago
lUUL'r ITEMS IIV WI11B.
. Washington. June 23. Counsel for Cap
tain Henry W, Howgatc, convicted last
Priday ot forgery and falsification of ac
counts, to-day llfed a motion in arrest of
Judgment, ullcglng various errors In the
Indianapolis, Ind.. June 23. Governor
Sl.vtthews to-day appointed Benjamin Har
rison, ex-president of the 1'nited Slates,
a ttustee for Purdue university fot u teim
pf six years. Six others we-iu also named
by the governor,
Topeka. Kas., June 25,-(Speclul.) An
Arkansas City paper Is authority for the
statement that Watden Lynch hus se
"'4 i0Jln,'He. formerly a conductor
on the Santa he, us engineer of the btate
toil mine at the penitentiary.
Omaha, Nth., June 25. Henry Bolln, the
defau ting city trt.isuicr of (Imuha, re-
it district, j. v. jioeitmun, or Aritnn
Ctt) ; l'ourth district, SI. .McDonald,
'ottonwood Palls, Pifth district, J (l.
ler, or Hillnu, Sixth district, Webb
signed to-day. III. shortage Is 27.M)0.vblch
hU bondsmen wll make. good. T he proba"
bl Ities ure that he will not be prosecuted.
His books were straight, but thi cosh was
not 011 bund. a
San,,,'.r"cl5('0' F8'-. J"ne 25 -Three sail
ors urthe American ship TUIlc a. Star
buck deserted at Honolulu, stolo Resident
Dob's private )riht and attempted to
sail 1 for Slexlco. They grounded en u coral
reef and btuck there until the Hawaiian
police came out In a boat und arrestt-d tho
pirates, who are now in fail "'""" ""
Washington, June 23. Secretary ui
Mrs. Carlisle and Secretary and Jiffs J or.
ton left Washington on the Pennsylvania
railroad at 11 o'clock lor JIarlon Mass
where they will be the gueu of the
brothers und sisters of Assistant cWr.
tary Hamlin, of the treasury dSpirtme-n'
jjprlngileld. 111.. June 25.-Th Illinois leg.
IsUture assembled In special session to!
day In response to tho call of "lovernor
Altgeld to consider tho arbitration
Pullmun rates. Chicago Just ce-s 10D
abuses, child tabor, state? iinancVs ani g
number ot other topics w hit h the co JI
i'i?or, 1i?.i,irU ,ere "ot nJeuu.tely cf ?
for at the regular sessjipo. a's' e--rs