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VICTORY AND A DEFEAT,
itt.t'i: M'l.ti iin wiui nn: iittr.v-
lilts IN l".-l litttl W. (IV MIC,.
Ilinrly Hilling inn the lltltiirs (lip
Jtntfllmt Omni-, While the Blues On
tin .fn theou nunc i.j I'uwm-
Tug MepluM Hard.
l.tmfc and he flfmn were rtftftlnsl the
Rluen yesterday, but In spit of ft heavv
..wtijwtir t rin in th afterwran, both
in schedule I pnniMi were plajred, the re
Mill being ah fm bread Tn trtWMng
cime went to Hie Unwers bv the nmw
margin of one run. simply beoaiise Gus
Klopt look a notion 10 hit lh ball ff
Into Ihe face IrniK m Die ninth Inning,
wttn the score n t Both DanitM and
Itdttef pltclud f l lull, but th Bfrt.
r were a liu n Ktir with thetf hlls.
fhe nftnrno' ,. i win mott pe
. tiilat one a' r im.l Inning, being
l layed In I' ii hb ml lh" pliyrs
l til dre i ' i skin The Blues
w in H. li, i i l hitting Stephens hard
r -i I often from tin r, While the at-t-ndanre
was not large tn the afternoon,
Mere was on iimismtlly good crowd m
1 for noon mil ManHgir MnnnlnB Is
tiobibls thankful to have done Ad Well
.s he did under the chi urtistawcs.
BLUES WON BY HARD HITTING,
-t plirii us lilt lliiril III the Afternoon
llmxr, Ul.lrli Via I'liiycd In ii
An untimely downpour of ruin almost
tt mnted th plavlng of the bill fume
-t"nlay ffi rnooti If Managers Mann
am! TwiteV 11 had not agreed between
1 1 insflvi before the gutnt that five Inn
i cs Were to In played no matter how
1 ii.l It ralwd or wht h team m ahead.
, Kama would have bfi'h played lit llll,
i rt i it nlns the rain fain
, in i' iiMiii that never b-
tie in pliyeil !h such a
i iin m iIh- ikI three Innings
ill t k i iih Before the hd
tl i j. Hie diamond i
duel i I 'i " almost lmppl-
i I lo pic a flv ball or
ml i ill. white running Was
i I G
h in very slim for n
V nr ii. ii-, there lieing not
t inj i poojilr pri'sent, but
H is.. i ii Kot thplr money's
v ill i,- of tven five lnnlnBn
v ii i i inn of pluok on the
1 irt of both trimn umler the olreum-
iiK-es. The onlj featurn of the ofter
n 'I Biime in ns the hlttltur of the Blues,
wiin gave Stephens er roimh treatment
m mi the tiirt poundlns out ton runs
in (He Innings, nine of nilcli wero earnml
t hard nnl i lean hitting In the bnttlnc
T i Ken was the lender with two home
r n anil two similes, and Kinsman, Mann
n n and Hlnes were right nfur him v Ith
i no hits apleie. One of Kinsman s hits
u i a homo run and the other was a
"I lie Hlues went riuht at Stephens when
tli. mini" beRiin, si orlnst four runs on
t nulen by M.mnlnir, Berjten and JUnos and
n honic run by Kinsman Jn the seeond
Inning the Hltms helped themselves to
tlnm Jnoro earned runs by vlrtnn of a
r'. ublo by Itastlnirs. a slnuls by Monnlne
niij a homii run b Herseu They f.illod
I . score In the third, hut In the fom h
thiy added three more on a second hom
run by Bertten. Ijons's lnuff of Hints' fl,
n trlplo by Kinsman and a single by
: i hoi
The Itrewers eould do nothing with Jfast
lnir, and I he onb run they got was i
lift on a -count of the rain, belUB made In
i'i fourth Inning on singles by Weaver,
Sh.irpe and Mnfaiiley, The pla,-s of
li il' teams wen triad when the Hf'n Inn
lim was eotnpbtnd, and the '.jrok"1 for
(tin Iter In a hurry, belnjj complit dy
lr nehed The store:
Kansas Clti . Alt. It. lit SB TO. A V.
MiilililllSf, 2li ... 2 2 T 1 f, 0
.. igen. e ., I 3 4 0 J 2 0
(' ;.nauBlilon. nsSDOOlSP
Hints, rf 3 2 2 0 0 0 f
Kinsman, lb .... 12 2 0 7 0 0
'l hoi. rf R 0 t 0 ft 0 1
Hatfield, Sb 1 0 11110
llirnon, lr 3 ii 0 0 n 0 n
H tilings, 1 H 12 0 0 2 0
if " ' . -TolSH "St 10 14 S IB 13 0
' -Milwaukee. AB H. 111. SB. PO A. V
lilopf, 3b 2 0 0 0 0 0 0
iver, e 2 110 10 0
Sluirpe, 21) 2 0 1 0 1 t 0
TvUtehell, rf .... 2 0 10 3 10
II I'aule). lb ... J 0 1 0 i 0 0
Tailor, ss .'000131
1, nig, If ........ 3 0 10 3 11
Nli ol. ef 2 0 1 0 0 0 0
hiiphens, p 2 0 0 0 0 0 0
Totult . . .,..18 1 C 1 S 1 1
K insas r'ltv 4 3 0 3 0 III
J Milwaukee . 0 0 0 101
r llnrnert runs Kansas City, 9; Jlllwan-
Two base hits Hlnis.
Three bane hits Kinsman,
Home runi Beigen 2, Klimmiin
Double pltiVH-Hiisllngs to Manning to
Kl iman. Tnlor to Shariio to McCanli
, I' ises on ImIN nff fltephens 1
sirmk out By Hastings, 1, by Ste-
l ' ns 1
Timi of .imo-0 15.
BREWERS WONjfTHE MORNING
llin lllm i. 'tied tlm M'uro In Die KIkIiUi,
But llnpr Won it In the Ninth
Itb a IliMiiii Bun.
Tho atten lam e it the morning em me was
th bist mr irn nt a forenoon cam In
K uibus City, tln irond Hzlnir up prettv
i i to 2 "iin The lll'i u. 'in broke the im
ii 1 siortd tluir Urst iktor In Kansni
f'ltv sinei thf oi.ii'lzalum of the Wmtirn
T.i.tguo. Tlit-j won b the sleudi r maraln
c( one run on a .eoi, uf t, (o 4, but It wbh
enough. The klorv u.m won by clean
B'ul; work at thi rlfclit time, the beautiful
huine run dilvis of fong and Klopf set
tling the t, mil In fanr of the Brewers
ith thu i.i on a tie 'ins Klopf was the
lint muii to im m tin- ninth inning, and
iin t ting on, l Danlili s ted Ones falr
1 he sent tin lill lhiiniir the center
lull fon . nut ih i iii van o r
The llliieJ li i Hi ft,, i Imiii, but eould not
j. i tin ball i'i i-u'. I'liiuuv when a hit
w mid hue miinitu prttty tiaulng r.tl
1 'n ill. (lihili irtnli i,, iin only one In
w i h ihei bun lud ims on liiUiiir, im
1 1 thi Blues in i- oi itu.i rmir, ant tic
tl ii ir im I the will. t iiiIhi-Iuikii
1 the Brew is ii tlr'htln.r hml for
ion utiu wm Id n i h i im I ii iill. It
ii i Klipf iill ijin i' tt n 1 ling at third
i i iini ii.mnii gn in a i'ii, inref tM,
ie In thi tMhth II Mini,, wlili li gaie the
I ins a lit for a llll, wluli .Muuiilhg
, i uonnauaiuon m pu) j will tn tnu
I he Blues si orefl in te ttret Inning on a
' i on bill'- in oti iiiiirf. a mcillHn
Ktii mill ,i hit bi
uiinauehton. In thu
t mil the hh w.-r
t it'tTt by Tnltvhi
1 Js'o tnoie ru'
f Mb, when the t
ii .me to 1U tt
t im'.es b Wi
1 the Ktvt-nt
i i mora on )
l 1 1 the seore
t with u IW
in it and Hott
1 n llernon
i ob4ggur to
ti.b hint t
to Uf t u 1 1
j in The li
I nth, but thi
w th Klopf s t
Long levin tl
1 i trfttHmtur a .
i the fciort, on a tun
i i im a single ny 'tay
weio stord until the
a em scored twice on
i ii rif! e by Nlcul, and
, z ... ' i v - ...
hi i oi uin inn! (aj mr
hi. tm Bicwi is a I Ud
i iini run Tlu llliui.
iKUth KUiMi:,in Kl
i Niolml win out at
t hlu-nmn home with
i dun ii ihi light foul
film i rasv with a
i niriit 1 1 ihir 1, when
i from th pit. hr to
ljiurl stilt n mm.
.ii iM.uri.ii tni tt.iiig
HI not more In the
won tlm gauid ut
1 1 t play of the same
ill to lull nd effect-
li 4 doubie pii
i nc kLore.
KA- H CITV
ut a m. a po a
'O A B
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Kl.mnUMi, J . .A
Si hpl, cf .. .1
H iiflt-U, Kb.. .. 4
lUmun, li ,.H
JilllUib, l ,4
'lotala ,,., .9 i a 24
M J li as po
V -ol, t( . . .
w tsr, of..,,
'i litor, ...,
1 us V
I tfi. c, ....
1. lie-, P-
i V k 21 IS
s ofe by Inulngi:
111V ...... i
a ft a
,2 II t-
ie .fl 1 a
Knrn4 ruB-Ciiii City, i illlwi.
i8um, httKiuuMi, Hwon, Twim.
1 1 r . baiehlt- HattleM
I1 in ruin, I. ji i K'upf
- i li It- I 1,1 n Hi-.- iunl
Double Mays Manning to Itlujtnsn,
l!ln to Mergefi! lon tn 5hsrf lo Klopf
5trtn k out- flv Retts"! I
Be ori bllS-OB Danlils, J elt Rett-
Si . .
j iuii oi irnmr- x iv,
tmlern I rtifertc sfntiiitng.
ttstroii ... ..
ftf PJIttl ....
tliiiniiHi1l, i "-I. 1'itnl, 1 I,
Mlhneapoilg. Minn, July l-Aitsrwdon
Mlhfirilpolls .00302004 l-S 10 1
nt, rui 3 2 i a oo ,t a - jfl ii
flatteries Minneapolis, t'lnnr ttd Wtl
soli, Bt !'!. Tepper and lloyle.
-l. I'.iiil. ti lllniirtiimll'i rti
HI. Paul, July I -Mornlhg game:
St. l'mil . ,. o 13. l I 1 0 2-21 H, 2
Nalfertes-su rnul, .yulinne anu. ;oyie,
Minneapolis, Boroners, Burke shn wlltibn.
Di troll, Iflt tirre lliltile t,
Delroit, Mich, duly 4 -Afternoon Mltie
beiroll 1 1 1 0 I 0 0 8 1-13 19 0
Terre Haute JiimiMf 0-.1I ,3
Matterles-Detrolt, lears nml lVohbecKi
1'arte Haute. Nops and Roach.
Icrrn llmilr, 111 Hi linli, Tn
Detroit, July 4 -Morning ganiBi
tiait-nii ft 3 n n i n n J ft R s l
Term Haute . 0 0 2 V 1 1 o t It 8
Bntterles--Detrolt tlule and Twlnehami
Terre Haute, Hughey and Boai h.
ItiillnunptilUt llll ir mil Itnplil-i ;i.
Indianapolis, July 1 -Moinlng gome:
Indianapolis . 2 fl S I o 2 o 0 0-1? 21 1
CI rand Baplds 0 0 0 0 1 I 10 7 7
Batteries Indianapolis. I'lsher and Mc
I'atlund, drabd Ilapids, I'etty and Zahner.
Iiidliitmpoll-, l-l tlniiiil ItipliU. I.
Indlnna)olls, lnd July 1. Afternoon
ln,tl,mnl,n!U .110022330 212 19 4
Orand Ilapids 0 0 1 p 0 2 1 0- 1 10 4
liaiteries-inqianopoiif, i . -""i
l'arland, Grand Baplds. Stafford and Zoh-
t. l.nlll., I'll l.lilll"lllli'i il.
St. IOitls, July I -The Browns batted
out a vlrtory at tho morning game, mak
tng fourteen hits oil Inks dellierv, twelve
of whbh were stored McDougall wm
BUccpedPd m th fifth hy Staley, who Itppt
score: J E
St. Louis .... 3 2 0 0 10 2 t Ulli 3
Louisville ...10023000 Mil 3
Batteries I'eltr, McDougull and Staley,
I Ulll-lllle, !1 "!. l.imU. I.
St Louis, July 4 The afternoon game
was won by the Colonels after a long and
tedious contest on a muddy Held McDer
mott kept the home team down to fixe hits,
on which thej were able to scote only one
run Attendance 3,W0 Tlie store.
St. Louis .... 0000001 0 0-152
Louisville ... 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0-3 10 2
Batteries St Louis, Breltensteln. Pelts
and Miller, Loulsillle, .Mi Dei molt arid
Itiiltllmire, Kl New uk". 10.
Now Yolk, July 4 This morning's game
between New Yoik and Baltimore was
called at the beginning of the eighth inn
ing on account of rain. The score.
New York 3 0 12 0 0 0-t, 10 3
Baltimore 0.120000 IS4
ItriinUljiii 7: lln. inn. 1.
Brookbn, July 4 Only six Innings were
played nt Uastern park this forenoon, rain
stopping play. Kennedy was In good form
and held the hard hitting Boslonlans down
in grand shape. Score.
It IT K
Boston nooioo 1K3
Brooklyn 10 0 0 0-781
Butteries Clanzel. NUhols, Dalley, Ken
nedy. WiKliliiglmi, .11 I'lillididplili, t.
Philadelphia, Pn . July 4 The hometenm
defeateil the Sinaton In the morning
game, prlnclpallv through errors of the
visitors Boyd pitched a good gnne for
Uashington and thi game would liuve
been a tie at the end of the ninth Inning
but for hl to errors W.ishlngtnn dfd
not score a inn mull tho scenth Inning.
Attendance 9,000 hi ore:
n ii k
Philadelphia . 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 0-4 H 0
Washington OOOOOOKO 03 0 3
Batteries Buckle, Taylor, McUuIre,
Boj d. ,
Cblango, Hi Cincinnati, ft.
Chicago, July 4 The Colts won the after
noon game before the largest audleme eer
ptajed btfon in Chicago Pun was Inter
rupted "eieral times by the ciowd getting
almost Into the diamond. tiriim.l rules
were m.idi . allowing a home run for fnJr
hall batted Into the crowd, which amount
for most of the ten that wire scored riuik
ness caused tin. game to lie i ailed .ifter
the Cin'inimtls had been retired in their
half of the seventh. Attendance, j.',uoi
Chicago 0 3 4 0 3 1 o-IIO 0
Cincinnati .10 2 0 11 0-6 9 0
Ratti rles Chicago, HutcIiton and Dona
hue, Cincinnati, Foreman and Jluiphj.
Chicago, 8 ( lueliiiiarl, 7.
Chicago, July 4. The Colts won the morn
ing game, after a hard tight lasting tin
Innings, with tho ncore being 7 to t agalns-t
them The locals comment id to b.u l'.ir
rott In the eighth, more goo I hltt ng tud
the score in tne mmn, ami r;w rttrs tittn
safe drivt brought in the winning run m
the tenth. Attendance, ll.UOu. Store
Chicago .. .,0 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 S 1-S 14 "1
CinclniMltl .. 1 I it 1 1 0 3 0 0 0-7 U 3
Batteries Kittrldge and tirlttlth, Murphy,
Parrott and Fuieman.
eiorvlanil, 8; Pittsburg, II,
Pltttbtirg, Pn , July 4 Tlmdy hitting
and Hart's flne pluhitig won the morning
game for Pittsburg tu-day Fiftien thou
sand people witnessed It, the largest mom
Ing attcndanei In this itij 1'utsburg
pliiyi.d an etrortess B4me. Store:
R H E
Plttshurg 3 0 0 0 10 0 3 f 10 0
Cleveland .... .1 0 0 0 0 0 ft 0 l.-i 7 2
IktiteriesMerrltt and Hart; Zimiiurman
Ptttiliurg. lot Clrudanit. 0,
Pittsburg, Pa , July 4. Pittsburg took the
lead In the second Inning of the afternoon
game and held it to the end by good int.
tttig and splendid flelding. Attendance,
Pittsburg .,..03102113 '-UtU 1
OleveUnd ...0 00030003 53
B.itU rles Pittsburg, Hawley and Mt.rrltl,
Cle.land, Wallace and O'Connor.
League (inines Pottponeil,
Brooklyn, July 4, Brooklyn-Boston seo
ond game postponed, rain.
New York, July 4, -New York-Baltimore
net ond game postponed, rain
1'htlatn Iphla, July i Washington after
noon game postponed on account uf ratr,
llemorn .iuilattiiii (itimtn.
Lincoln. Neb, July 4. Morning game:
Lincoln. 9, Boikford, 8 Afurnoon game
Roekford, 5, Lln'olu, 12
Omaha Neb J4ly 4 Result: Omahu. S,
ouiiuj, T, Afternoon gunu: Omaha, 15;
Ki Joseph, Mo, July 4 Morning game'
gt Jostph, S, Jai'lisonvlllt, 4. Afternoon
game, St Jooeph, i. Jgi ksouvllle, 0
Dcs Moines la , July 4 Morning game
In a Moine. 5, Peoria, 1 Afternoon game:
(ies Uoine. Is PiuHa, S.
law iw u 1
euiliiim I'pugao (mnn,
KM)ville, Tenn . July 4, llrst game:
NashUlle, 12, New DrUan. 0. Second
gtinu-' NttSRi llle, V, New Orleans, 4
BtanRilUe, Ind, July 4 Iflrst game
I.'VBtiiilit, 4. Montgomery, 1 ge.ond
iaine. Kiaiisvilh, 6, Montgomery, in
ChattatKiogi Tenn , July 4. Afternoon
game- Chitttanoogd, , ilejjlpbls, 7,
(lutWl lawt ! t'liiiiumi.
Cueroii Mo, Jul 4 (Spi Ul ) The
Jourpuls re deftaied at t.'iMUeron yester
day in p. interesting gumij b the Score of
5 to 18 I f to the sixth lonlng the game
4 betiy contvtted and briiiiuutij
pled on, but In the tUj the Journals
went t pieces ar. i a "jwed tbe local to
make six rune Portt-r pitched u gou.l
fu and held th. 1 ainerwj boy lunu
o l hits lut pcoi support los' He
SStUe. The Journal ho t Ikell pltacd
Uh their trtatmnii white here and ap
preciated their u ip ti tmeh. The fccore
Cameirou .. .1 ij 0 0 Q 6 S 2 312 s 4
JoumaU . 1 .' j l 8 1 i- S i
Bon t wall until jnu 11 ru slik 1 eToru ir m
Ctrur sl.itile I lifi Pill,, but get a yUl m
ot. Youcau t tke them without Ictiglit
IIIM K v.YWS
ANOTHER RACE FOR EUNA,
.IM(t' M Mil i: SII. ( It'll It I'll Till
I. Mill V II t Mill' U' l"ll.ltl.U.
I lure til n Big from! ill the 1 nitk and
llif' Ininrlli Inmlril Hie Mnnej
tlolin tiniiitt Won the
Seven b'g rare nr on th enrd at
reposition Drlttng park yesterday after
noon, an I despite Ihe fain, which Iiegan
lo come down shortly before time for the
horses to go to the post in the first rnce,
there was a good attendance, the crowd
being estimated l fcooo Aftpr the second
rac. the rain came down heavily and tho
rest of the races were run on a very
Contrary tn the usual Fourth of July re
stilt, the taleht and tho general public
had n mt good day, flte of I he seven
races I. Ing captured bv (he fasorltes, and
the oth r two imlng lo second iholces In the
betting. Nine books did business In th
ring and every one of thetn lost money.
The winning fatorltes were Tensprlng
In th tlrst race ol 2 to I. Hchuylkllt In
the thild rnie at 5 to 2: John P. In the
fifth rate at 3 lo 1, and Leonell In the
sixth rare nt 2 to 1. Tho second race went
to John Boone, second choice In the bet
ling at 2 to 1 The fourlh race, the ladles'
handicap, whbh was the big eietil of the
day, was captured by Kiilia, second choice
at 8 lo 1, and the seetith race went to
Momus, ti strongly backed second choice,
at 2 to 1.
The principal surprise of the day rni
the defeat of Hob Carter In the handicap,
It being the first time he has been beaten
at this meeting. He did not like the sloppv
going and was nmir In the rm c from the
start. In the sei ond race Driftwood, the
post faorlte. ran an half a mile while
the horses were nt the post, and thit
killed his chaneis effettuallj. One of the
big features of the day's racing was the
rate for gentlemen rulers, vthktt was
captured by President John Stewart, of
the Kansas City Jockey Club, who had the
mount on John P.
'the opening race was nt sK furlongs
and called out cleen starters, of which
Tenspring was the faiorlte from the
start, with Arkansas Traveler second
chlote. Mamie S got off In the load and
held it to the Twelfth street turn, where
Tenspring, whli h hud bien in a good po
Bltlo'i from the start, went to tho front
and won elewrly, Mamie S. was second
and Catlln thlnl
Tho sei ond race was for 2-yenr-otds nt
five furlong", ,ittd Driftwood was made
the favorite on account of the weight
on John Boone and Lnd Doleful. While
they wete at the post Driftwood ran awa
and ili strot ed his chnntes, so John Boone
was the real fuiorlte when they started.
Lady Doleful was the leader to the quar
ter, where John Boone easily took the
lend, and running a great tace, won In
hollow fashion, l.ady Doleful was second
and Kl li nee third.
The third rate wni at sl furlongs, and
Schuylkill and La (Inula were equal fav
orites In tho bitting at 5 to 2 The race
was nlwajs between this pair. La Gartla
got oft In front and led to the head of the
stretch, where Schuljklll came on strong
and beat her home Icllliis was third
The fourth rate on the card was the
ladies' handicap, and there was a heiHy
play on It Bob Carter was the faiorlte,
but it was thought he did not like the go
ing and a liberal price wa laid ngalnst
him Kuna and Cj intha were strongly
Inckel sei ond choli es When the Hag
fell Lonsdale was In front, with Luna sec
ond and Carter third They ran In this
order to the tut 11 out of the back stretch,
where Carter gavo It up and fell back
heatin mid nt the same time Luna was
glien her head, ami going to the front,
she won handllj Lonsdale was second
nnd Const hwnv was thild
The llfth nice was tor the gentlemen
riders and afforded a great deal of sport,
Mr Ahhex. who rode Al Watts had dllll
culty in knplng his sent ind oce-inloncd
great meirinvnt h falling oft while warm
ing hi hore up John Stewart, who had
the mount on John P, ws the favorite
wlh the public and the speculators, though
Grey Unfile, with John Cotttngham up.
had a great many bickers John Stewart
slmplv outrode his 1 ompetllors and get
ting on! in the lead with John P, he won
all the way, pulling up at the finish eight
lengths In the lead. Ben Harrison and
Nellie Casteel were second and third from
start to finish.
The sixth race was at lt and a half
furlongs and Leonell was the choke of the
tub nt though IBIUboro hid a strong fol
lowing Lionell got off in front to a rather
struggling htntt and was never headed
Burnt v Aaron, Jr took second place poon
after Die start ami held It to the end
Hltlsboro got off last and wns slow to get
In motion, hut cnme uri fast through tho
htr.ilcht an I ftnWh d t good third
Thi ln-.t rue was at file mil n hair fur
Ioiilh -ind the tnlent wns divided betwien
Valilemui ntnl Momus, the former helng
a Mlsht tuoilte when the field went to
the post ililemar got nwaj In the lead
Willi Def tion t nnd Momus third. Be
fiire the ht.iuil was readied Momus bad
rated Into th lend and stayed there to the
end winning with ease. Vuldemar finished
sei nnd nnd Aha buit Def out for third
pirn e HumniRiles
First 1, it 0 Six fui longs r C Davis'
Tenspilng, ih h. I SpringbokKitty
(item us (Mason) .' to 1. won, Mamie S,
M (i i,r li 1 1 X to 1 second: Catlln. Ifll
iSanlllir) s to 1, third Time, 1 IS4. La
irliip I in v ("lurk Arkansas Traveler,
VIoKiti, Maple Leaf Atthur Davis, Bay
Imn nnd Ilrnest 1. nl"o ran
Si 1 mi I rate (i'ii r furlongs; 2-year-olds
S il Hu,'hltttV John Bonne b g, Duke
of Hlclilantls-Le'ia 111 (Mi Intyre), even,
won, 1 idv Doleful 115 (Halt), 5 to 1. set -ond
l.Uilenit, i4 Mnnni. 0 to 1. third
Tlm. 1 01)1, Hattit Thuver, Driftwood,
Camil'e D and Leavenworth also ran
Thli 1 rnie-Slii furlongs K. C, Jordan
Bird's S huvlkill. th g. a St. Blttb-e
Ibitlia, 107 (Milntvie), S to 2, won, Li
Gait 11 It (Stout), ft to 2, second. Icillus,
107 (liiiemani, lu to 1. thild Time, 1:19V
Kmp'ior Blllit Gateway, Joe Woolman,
Jnhii It an! Dr MiAlllster also ran.
T'Hirih 1 c (im and one-eighth miles.
1iiil-.i!lli friable 1 Luiiu, ih. m. a, Uaber
luii4ii runm 101 (lliilfr) 1 to 1, won,
Lon"ittle Id (H Davie), 15 to 1, second,
t'tiiK-diiwtv, tin (Corrln), 4 to 1 third Time,
11.1, Bib t irtir, Cvantha, Billy Snnder
liiid. Little fii'll, Josle I) and IJlino also
l'iftli rare-Pour and onc-half furlongs:
genu im it n Uts John P b g a, Wawe
ktts I, ile Bill IW) (J H Stewart), 3 to
I, wnii Iti 11 lUnison We iCharb Stoller),
10 tn 1. -. ond, Ncllit Cast, el, ISO (Troy
tnughn ti tn 1, third Tlm. 101 Grey
Baflle Ms ViuM, Lu, y Day and Al Walts
Sxth nee Six and a half furlongs
CbirliH Mil'iffeitiR Leoni 11 b. m . 4,
t.eiinuius Giey Nell, lis) (Uelffl. 2 to 1,
won liirii. iiron Jr lut; (Russell),
tu 1 ttttiiil, milsboro, m (Koucon). 3 to
Ihlrl lime 127 Vlr,;ln, Joe Courtney,
Richard T., llll. 11 Brown, Last Chance
and Monk On uon also ran
Htienth iaee--rive and u, half furlongs.
Chinks MtCafferty's Momus bg, 8, 1,0.
fiettii-MlMi Howard, 89 (Bel ft I 2 to 1, won,
Viilileumr 'it (Corder), 3 to .' second Alva
W (MdMun), 1 to 1, third Time. 1 IJ Iidv
c Tasnt it. rtrude B, Defy and Wild
Briar also ran.
But rles for Todnr' Hail's.
There will be six good races 011 the card
for this aftt-rnoon. The entiles and weights
are as follows.
First ittie-Flve and a half furlongs
Rosa Hart, 7 pounds: Minnie Poll I man a,
KthV Wilson Curile Anderson ti.' pov.
ertv Btill Gertrude B. In). Willie , , 82.
Louie oui f, The Reel. llr Camden,
101 Iliate us oll Tax, SS Battle Todd
HUdl l. , Hu His H01101, H, Ulen Luck. 95,
Sir Dudley 101
Becond la.e Four furlongs, i-year-olda
Madonna Hutile Thai er, Whittle. 107
founds BUI IViw.ll Winchester, Brother,
tun f Si if I.iuveuworth, Cuiutlle D.
67 nvidti.t. 100 i.
Third rai 1 - Thice fourths of a mile Fair
Knight, Bill Arp M pounds, Ilcspnilu, 51a
plu Ifeut PiJ. Ad.tfiia, LlltW Chris, 17,
PhurUe Weltt-r. M post Boy, 9fl, Belle
Stout 8T. Nadjnc, k?, Wild Briar, kl, Alad
r'ouuh ra,ee Seven and a half furlongs
Imraildu. La Gartlu, Ilillsboro, Pony Boh,
Bainey Aaron. Jr, 9 pounds Josephine,
Wetbrook &l 1 nknrn 14: Klino Cyan
thu. W; Lonsdale f, J A. Gray, 97, Fonsclt.
Fifth race-Five and a half fin longs Ben
Wilson, Rot kbill. Importance Mujor
lrjpps, John P Manila S , Valleia, ItO
pouii.U Bruwnwtiotl Psi
Sixth late-'ll m (ninths of a mile Mon
tella Galen Hu. w 11 Miss Addle W pounds
Hardin Kmpeioi Bill, t S9 Wunda T lu.1,
Last Chur.te K A Bay 101: Black Satin,
T Murplil 97 Miss Addle, U8, Belle T , .
Chlllkothe, o. Jul 4 Toilay was the
banner day nt the 11. i (summer meeting
ovor th kite tia.k Th wnuther was
pi. usual und Hit tra k us fast as when
Flying Jib conn I his mile In 1'W'i At
teiidttt, our suou
First 1 ace 2 li pute Brookklde won In
three straight fciata 'J line, 21 IVj, 2 IH,,
2 ll'i Chaille Fonl, Hyll T Rebus,
pr wuod slid lxtn ulao started
in'timl rat t-.'-v ear-old trot. lUttle R
won li tr.ilc): t.ats Time, i 34 i Jo
J. i ilk I hi J ji 1 11' uiU anil H -pt-rus
ui -1 it I
Intra iac I'rte-for-all pace. Starplex
OI'JA' JOU.KiVL MM DAY,
w-OTl f.inh fifth anl sixth h. nl Time
2 ll4 2 , 2 IB Laurel won s ord nnd
thin hent Time, 2 IP.. '.' 12 Ilebu won
first hen Time, 211 (u koo in 1 Kmj
B. also dnrled
BRIGHT PHEOBUSJHE WINNER,
Bute for llin lllrb lte:tllr itlnn 'tukes Bun
nt llieip'bend tlnr n lliavy
I rm k.
New York, July 4 -tn mite of the pour
ing down rain the attetirame nt Shrip--head
Bay to-dtv was qvlte large Ther
were drawn to lh Iratk by the Ileallga
lion stakes, which wa lie richest ear
old tvent of the year "he track was a.
ea of tni.i1, and when tl fltl race vva
eallel the course from the bend to the
Judge's stand looked like t pond
It was nearly I o'clock when the horse
In the Ilenliuatlon staks were called to the
post The iitin had ben llvd. opening
with Keenan as favorite at 7 to 10, white
Bright Phoebus was tiet In demand at
.1 to 1 Counter Tenor wis at 10 to 1 and
the others nl IS to 1, with the exception
of King Atthur III., wh6 wns at 30 to 1
The horses (tot the llag with Crow ell In
the lead Passing the stand at the end
or (he nrst half mile he had four lengths
the best of II, with Coinolsrur head
in front of Keenan, he Ho lengths ahead
of Counter Tenor, nnd tie othms follow
ing. The pace was fust and they got to
the mile iioot with Crofell still running
easllv, but only three leigths in rront of
Keenan, who had dlpln'ed Connoisseur,
while the hitler was tlvo lengths in front
of the Held As thev siting around the
far turn Into the stretel It was evident
the three leaders had b'en racing their
ears off and that they vers about ready
to unit. At the mile slid three-eighths
Bright Phoebus seemed to be the onlv
horse with onvlhlng left In him. and as
theV rounded Into the itrelch Itelff got
down to his work and lie game colt re
spoiidd with one of his lrreitable
rushes Steadily and stirelv Bright Phoe
bus was gaining with 1 tireless stride
Grltlln was working haril with whip an 1
spin on Keenntl, while ItellT was far
folward on Bright Phoebus, pushing the
colt to his harden, and trvlng to ad I to
the atvantage he had, tnd at the same
time hold his mount togtdher for the last
few sttldes A sKteenti of a mile and
both Jockeys were stralKng their mounts
This was shoitened to a few vards. then
a bound forward and Belft got Bright
Phoebus safely past the Judges, winner of
the big stakes three-quarters of a length,
while Keenan, benten, la.it not disgraced,
tame In ecohd and the ruck far behind
King Arthur HI. managed to get third
The first race wns a surprise, for the
favorite Applause, did not show at the
finish being unable to etend herself In
tht going. Bel del t'nrrere", tho top
weight, won out after a hot finish with
Hnnwell In the third race all were
icratohed but Handspring and Apple
gate, about equal favcrltes There was
never nnv doubt, for Handspring ran
easily along, lending Applegate to the
bend when ho came awav and won as he
Overton has appealed from the decision
of the stewards of the Coney Island
Jockey Club, nnd will be heard by the
stewards of tho Jockey club net week.
Summaries . , ,
First rnce Futurity coure Ilev del
Cnrreres, 7 to 2, won; llanwell s to 1 sec
ond, Aurell.in, 10 to 1, third Time,
Second race One mile on turf, selling.
Dotrgett, fl to 1, vion. Corncob f, to 1,
second. April Fool, 3 to 1, third Time,
1 17 4-5
Third rnc. Double event: Futurity
course Handspring I to ii. won; Apple
gnte, even, second Time, 1 11 l-.i
Fourth rice Itenlizntlon slakes; one
mile nntl five f'jilong" Brigltt Phoebus
113 (Relfi). 3 to 1. won: Keenan 122
(Gtlllln 7 to lu, second. King Arthur
III 122 (Tar.il), SO to 1, third. Time,
2 54 2--.
Flfth nee Five furlongs Itamlro, 3 to
5, iron, Brik. t lo 1 second, lorrninc, 10
to 1, third Time, 1 nl 3-1
Sixth nee SK ftirloncs, selling I'M
Kearney, 7 to 10, won Th.vra 11 to 1 sec
ond, Stephen J., nen. thli 1 Time.
1 Hi I-.
Seventh rnce One mile and a furlong
on turf Luekv Dog 1 to 1 won from St
Luke, .1 to 1 Time, 2 ot 3-;
I.I-.SAIC iii:aii;v ai outi.r.r.
st, Itnilm Ma- rirt lu Hie Fourth uf duly
Cincinnati, O, July t-For the first time
1n venrs Cincinnati hnd races on the
Fourth of July to-dny. The beautiful
grand si ami of tho, Oakley race track was
crowded with ladles. Scarcely 100 men
could find room In It. except in the aisles,
steps, lawns nnd paddock were packed
with people. The attendance was tully
15.0") Tho event of the day was tht
rourth of July hindlcnp, value ?." isvi, one
mile and a quart, r The great 3-ji ir-old,
Llssak, was the puhllc favorite, going to
the post at S to r I'nradav opened at i to
1 and went to S to 1 Cash Duy was P.. to
L aid the Fleist hman entrs was as good
as 7 The rate wis a beauty from a Mpee
tacular point of view Ltssal. went to the
front ut tjie fall of the flag and led the
Held Into the stretch, where Cash Day
In ailed, and St. M.ilm came alongside the
all Vara day, who was fifth entering the
stntch, came verv strong in the last
eighth, but he hud waited too long St
Mnlm won by u head from Cash Dn,
who beat Fara 1 ly for the place The
time was 2 OS, n it as fast as was antici
pated, but the first pnit of the r.ne was
slow. The first iiuuiter was run In J.
the half In ."i.'". i furlongs. In 1 17'4, and
the mile In 1 II Brown Dli k's tolt.
I'lysses, broke ihe local record ut five
furlongs, running it In 1.014 beating iho
stronglj phijed favorite, Sir Play. The
(wo-mite rate, w,m by Crevasse in 8 Jo,
excited as much enthusiasm as the big
First rnce Puise five furlongs. I'lysses,
S to 1, won. Sir Pliiv, 7 to 5, second, Rovul
Choice. 12 to 1, third Time, 1 HIV,.
Second race -Selling; one mile and sev
enty yurds. Ate, 1 to 10, won, Knthuslast,
1 111 j, Bvc-tiiiu, jiafipci, 1 to j mini, -nme,
Third race Purse; four and a half fur
longs Snllie Climiot, 1 to i, won. Keeps. 8
to 1, second, l'rulful, 15 to 1, third. Tinii,
Fourth race Fom th of July handicap,
value to w Inner, ft.irjii, one mile and a quar
ter St Maxim 6 to 1 won; Cush Day, 7
to 2, second, Faraday, 6 to 1. third. Time,
Fifth race Selling; two miles Crevasse,
4 to B, won, PeHtnitly, to 1, second. Saddle
bags, 4 to 1, third Time, 3 Jrt
Sixth 1 nee Selling, six and a half fur
longs. Porthos ', to 1, won; G B. Cox, H
to 1. get owl, Sister lone, i to 1, ihlid
Time. 1 S.
Seventh race-Selling' six and a half fur
longs. Sunt liario, 3 to 1, won, Captain
Drano, 3 to 1, second, Joe Mack, 7 to 5,
thli a. Time. l;2l.
BAD WHAIIIBIt AT If. JIISIB'll,
There Was 11 Big Ciimil ut tho liuiot In
Spile or I! iin,
St, Joseph, Mo , July 4 A heavily over
cast sky. from which occasional showers
of rain Ml, combined with a. heavy wind,
ut times approat lilng a gule, conspired to
interfere with the programme laid out for
the da by the St Joseph Fair Assentation.
Notwithstanding the fait that showers fell
at almost regulur intervuls duilng the
afternoon, and that the tnu k wus slow,
the attendance wus large, over 9tn people
paying admission at the gates The races
ue if of a most exciting nature, nil being
A spttlul feature was the attempt ot
Alix to lower her record. Sh stiirttd on a
heavy track between showers, and Hotted
the mile without skip 01 break the Hist
quarter in u 32L, half 1.03'i. three-quaiter
In 1 ... and wile In 2 074, Down the
homu stietch the mare futcd a shovvei of
no small ju oportlous.
The 2 17 class, trotting, purse ll.GOO, was
postponed on account of daikiu'ss alter
Lurllne had won tho first heat lu 2 I Hi,
and Movera tho second in 2.11. Thu other
4 2 1 lass, trotting; purse, $1,000-
LMy Wlltun . ..II Silt
Wairen P 1 1 - 2 2
llll.l Beliuont ! 1 13 3
Putclien WnUsMKid..., 1 5 3 4 I
(Keener .. 11 W 57
Superintendent ,., ) J t
Prime 4 7 5 C 5
HUpuh ,.,, f.i dl
Marl.la .. SI? d,
Lorita , W ft U dr
Stlier Kdge , ,. Ill dr
Content 5 15 dr
Aionu , 9 dis
Titne-2 15'i, 2 II, -' UW4, 2,1. '"J"'
2 20 clash, pacing, purt, 4)1,000.
Wilkes J II 1 J
Agamnuiiiioii . .. , 1 J 1 6
Clegr Gilt 1 J 2 3
1'rs.ldtnt WUUbk )
Logan T . 3315
Lady Pendleton 5 Jr
Whitley . uis
Tlius-2'17. 2 liVi.J Slttl.S.SSH.
'I be Itlg I'liuriiiau B011I Bare,
C'liuliiuatl O. July 4 The sixth annual
Poormun handicap road ia.e between
Hainlltou and the -uburb of Caithage, flf.
teen and ftve-elgliihs miles, was the event
here to-day hpe I.U tiuins along the
course allow ml many to witness the race,
which hud 101 entries and sevents -three
sumeis, vvlth Sam A MlUs of the Chicago
Referee, d-itng the hanllcapplng and Flunk
Goodwin rvleret It was 950 when the
first uut was made und lo 45 vvluii th
last out was in Ftur men wcr .roup, I
at the finish In 1. -- than thre. kngtlu
F. UIgelo, the winner of the first prut; by
.It !- ", 10,5.
Haiti Water Maker.
II Is the symbol nf Miccev tt l In Ktery
lloii.dinlil In-diy, nnd Tlinusanil
Have resllllid lulls Great nml
Writ linnwn Mtrlts.
ltiln Wster Miker Is nn artlrle (hat for
washing clothes Is Ihe King Of wahlng
compounds, for It holds colors from run
ning or fsdlng in prlnteo good It Is
also valuable for removing stains of all
kinds from goods of the finest texture.
".splendid for tloodwiirk."
"I And that for cleaning woodwork and
floors, there Is nothing that will equil
Kirk's Bain Water Maker. After using II.
my woodwork looked as though It had
been newlv painted. F. R CHF.SlltHi:.
"S.v.1 tittclld avenue "
Rain Water Maker Is on sale al all gro
cers, ask them for It.
half a length, was n dark horse from Plain
City. f . and had four minutes' handicap
C J Wagner, with sli minutes' handicap,
was the favorite, and he was seeond, with
his wheel lapping Blgelo W It Duke,
winner of the third prlte, with six minutes'
handicap, tvas less than a length buck of
Wagner. In the group were H B 1 lib;
back, hlne minutes' handicap, winner of
fourth prlc, W. W. Runyon, five minutes;
W K Iirain, six minutes, II A Xerbel,
three minutes, J B. Hedge", four und a
half minutes In the order named. K. A.
Mi Duffee who finished thirteenth, won the
time 1 rlzt.
Iliiltlniore trotting Bares.
Halllmote. Julv- I At the Gentlemen's
Driving park races to-day there were 3,000
people Before the progi amine ivns half
finished rain btgati to fall and continued
during the da Summirles.
First race Purse 800, for 2 IS class
quarter March 2 4 111
Little Leo 1 1 3 111 .
Pantomime ...ill 2 4 2
Ike Wilkes tl 2 7 3 5
Katharine S 4 fi .' 4
Monroe Wllke 3 3 4 S '1
Walter Herr 8 n r, 3
Orayflelds 7 5 5 r. 10
Kddy 10 1 10 7 9
Julian O .9 10 11 lids
Time 2 24. 2.2HS, 2:25H. 2.27. 2 21
Second rnce Purse 1500, for 2 27 trotters.
Maud N 7 1 I 1
Atitonlna I 2 3 4
Dart 2 3 4 2
Hugo 3 .1 u dr
Lottie I 6dr
Peerless 0 dr
Time 2 24'j, 2 2IM, 2 2SH. 2 -"7.
Third race Members' race for 3'00 cln:
trotters or pacers, purse $150; two In three.
Wade Hampton 1 1
Iietter 2 .
Lilly West 4 2
Woodcrvgrll 3 I
Flossie M 5 r.
Trilby 0 G
Tlme-2 WW, 2:HH-
urrig ill. 1 1 Purk Itnce.
Narragansett Park, R. I , Julv 4. The
largest iiovvtl of the season attended tho
rntts to-day, notwithstanding the rain,
whbh fell heav ilv all the afternoon.
Charges were made against Jookev Herder,
who rode Mendliant In the fourth race. It
being claimed that he deliberately pul.ed
his horse He di rled it, but th- stewards
decided to piohibit him from riding anv
but hore in his own Mable.
First rnce Two-venr-olds, five ftirlonss
Honolulu won; imposition, "-ccond Time,
Second rice Purse; 3-j ear-olds and up
wards, one mile Ferrer won, Logan, sec
ond. Time, 1 (-,iA
Third race purse; tlvo furlongs F-tnivny
won: Poljdora, second, 'lime I 0P
Fourth i.ice Purie. 3-vcnr-olds und up
waids, selling one and one-jltcenth
miles Clatireto won. Curat is, tecond.
Time, 1 5Si
Fifth ract Purse, s furlongs. Mon
mouth won. Cherrystone, hecond. Time,
Sixth race Handicap, over long steeplo
1 hast course, three miles Young Orion
won, Spot, second Time, 5 02?.
STATE MEET AT SHELBINA,
V.V. . Ciiliurii, tr t. I mils. Whs tlm tr Hid r,
With Hi 1I11 rt IV mill, nf K.'iu-ni
City , n Cnoil .i 1 nnd.
Shelbina, JIo.. July 1 Five thousand en
thusiastic piople saw the rites to-tlay at
the meet of the MIsourl L A. w. The
meeting was the moet .successful ever held
In the state In every way The weather
was tine and conditions for racing .is good
us could be wished for Will Cobtirn, of
St. Louis, was the star of tho meet, with
Herb Wood, of Kansas City, a good sec
ond Riders were prtsent from eleven sec
tions of the state, St Louis, Kansas City
and St. Joseph being esp dally well repre
sented While the racing was of a light or
der. It was markid bv . xceedlngly close
finishes and excellent time lu all of the
evtnts CobUrn won the class B half mile
and the mile open Wood took tlni plice
on the two mile lap rnce winning lu 5 IJ.
Nearly all of North Missouri was, In at
tendant, and the good work ot the contest
ants was warmly applauded, 'Ihe finishes
weie so t lose In several races that It wns
a dlfucult matter for the Judges to separate
the wlnntis In the one-half mile class B,
won by Cobiirn, S. Hoeker and Wood were
o close at the llnish that mere Inches made
all 'he dlffereiict The rate was run In
I iW j, The summitries tollovv : '
Noviif. one mile L Stade, St Loul,
II I'M; James Mm row, second, U. Bfr.'-cli,
thild. Time, 2 .'4.
Class B: half mile W. Coburn, flrt; S.
Hooker, tecond; Herb Wood, third. Time,
Missouri division championship, one mllo
A Harding, llr"i; G. Imbrle. second; J,
L'ngllsh third Time, 2 32.
Class A. handliap; two miles 17 Cham
berlain, Brookfield, first, 17. J. Lee, St Jo
seph, second, W. Soldan, Macon, third.
Mile open; class B Coburn, first: G.
Maxwell, feeeond; F. Wing, third. Time,
Mile: 2 10 class; claEi- A-G Ilelmleb.
first, J Cabanne, feecond; 17. Stade, third.
Time. 2 31'..
Two mil lap: ot.ts? B Heib Wood, first;
O. Maxwell second, IM (Rath, third Time,
5 11 Wood won easily.
Five mile, handicap H J Lee. first; V.
Speek, tecond, D. Roberts, third. Time,
Boys; half mile W. Yancey, first; B.
Hoiker, second. Time, 1 .10
Mile, North Missouri championship W.
Sol.tan, tlrst, 13, Chamberlain, second: G,
Atteibury, third. Time, 2 25
Mile, Invitation; paced W Coburn. first;
II Wnod second; S Hoeker, third Time,
2 .'2 (which was outsl le the limit) The run
over resulted W Coburn, first, G, Xlux
well, second, C. Kinderiatter, third. Time,
iJOII.N-O.N ItltC.VICs A ltl'COBD.
Undo 11 I'tMt tllln 111 thu It.ice for FrofeR
skin lis ut V) nil hum.
Waltham, Mass., July I SK thousand
people witnessed the athletic carnival at
the track to-day, under the auspkes ot
the limine! t Literary Association, und tho
Waltham Bicycle Club The evenu woro
especially noteworthy because of the ap
pearance of Johnson, Tyler und Sanger In
a professional race for tl.OoO, und alto be.
cause of a contest between several women
for it prUe to be given to tho one having
the most approved female bicycle costume,
Ihe Utter event being the first of Its kind
ever held. In the professional nice, John
son broke the worlds ccinipetltlvo record
foi a. mile standing stait making the dU
tutice In 1.& 2-a- This tuce was
11111 In two heats Johnson win
ning the Hrst In i 00 .'-5, finishing thrte
lengths ahead of Sanger, who In turn
crossed tho tape about six lengths Jtnud
In the second and tlnal heat Tyler lloun
dtied at the half and threw out Sangei
Neither finish, d, but Johnson, following the
pacemakeis on a quad kept on, crossing
the tape In 1 58 2-5, amid cheers from the
multitude of spectators
The contest for the cycle costumes was
Interesting, as the verdict of the Judges
ha been expected to. In a way, decide the
question ot preference between bloomers
und knickerbockers and skirts, long or
short In the uw at ding of the prize,
bloomers, the doner knickerbockers and
short skiiu were winners. The long skirt
found no approval. The winners. In order,
were Kittle Knox, M G. Costello, both
of Bosiun, and L Kimball. Mlsd Knox
wore bloomers, sack coat, an ordinary bl
eytle cup and gaiters. Miss Costello. a
t licit skirt leggings, short coat and a
btruw tourist hut and Miss Kimball,
knitkrrboiker, Lion Jacket, no gaiters.
Tain O shunter hat Some of the women
In ih grant stand showed their disap
proval of the bloomer, and Knickerbock
er costumes by roundly hisrlnr; their wear
er' lllryrle Bare at l.onlvllle.
Louisville Kv, Julv 4 -This has been a
great lib j de d-iy at I,oulsvllle In the
morning was run Prince Wells road rice
the greatest annual roa I rare In in
South, having ninefv intrlss, including
men from the surrounllng states In.'h;
afternoon were tht track races ol Fountain
Ferrv, and these were followed by Twy
tnan s twenty-four hour ride for the rec
ord Attendance nt the track, 5,0"' ,
Flrt rnce -one mile, novice, dass A
H. W. .Mlddendorff. Louisville, won, Vrert
Weage, Chicago, second, Phillip Bornw.ti
er. third lime. 2.41 1-5 , ..
Second race One mile, class tl; novice
11 Van Herrlck won, paced by Deeardv
and Rkellon Time, 2.M S-5 (former record.
2 11 1)
Third race One mile: hahdlcap; clas It
W J. I3van, Ltnslng, Mlrh (12 jnrrls),
won. O. Trimmer, Portsmouth, I), (le"
Sards), seeond, J Skelton, Chleigo (TO
vards). third Time. 2 on 3-5. Time ot
sciatch man (Decardy), 2 11
Font lit race Handicap; two-thirds of
mue, class tiwen Kimtiie, iscnieni.
n nn. l.nnd Chleiairn lift vnrrts). second
IM Fltchner, I,oiiisvitle, third. time.
l 10 n-n
Fifth rice r'trtss tl nitafllie rrtlte 11A-
cardy won. Van Herrlck, second; Sksllon,
third Time, 0 35
Sixth nice Halt mile: class A. Karl
Thome won, Owen Kimble, second; George
Davlswotth third Time, 1-11 1-5
Seventh rnce Half mile handicap; elas
It r.vutis (US yards), won: Trimmer l50
yards), second. Van Herrlck. (20 yards),
thlnl Time, lfouS'R Decardy, ecrntc.h
time, 1 02 .B.
Llglith race The Derbv : 0110 mile: clas
A. time limit, 2 32, wns run In bent" Thtwo
quallfvlng vi ere Oliver Kimble. Lerevre,
Mitchell, Hooper, Bowler, Cox, Thome,
Fawcett, Wenge, J. B Bowler .1. B Bow
ler, Chicago, won: Fred Wenge, Chicago,
second, Karl Thome, Iiulsvllle, till 1 0
Time, 2 111-5, paced by n tandem
Ninth race Detardy rode an exhibition
flv Ing mile, paced by two tandems. Time.
1 51 3-1
Tenth race J Skelton, class B, In exhi
bition half mile, paced by a tandem. Time,
0 5 3-5 ...
Hleventh race Quarter mile; diss A.
Fltchner won, Davlswnrth, second, Mitch
ell, third. Time 0 33 2-1
D W. Twvmiin, immediately after the
conclusion of the rti es, started on his
twenty -four houi trial against his i coord
of 32 miles. He will have tell fast men to
sin 1 rajirlscti Knees.
Snn 1'rnnclsco. July 4 Six races mitle
up the holiday programme and favorites
earned olf the second, third nnd fourth
races Instnllntor proved hlmelf lo be
one of the fiis(et 3-yenr-olds In the coun
try, bv running five and one-half furlongs
In 1 07'i This was his first sprint race.
Ills other raci s having been nt seven fut
longs or n mile
First race Five furlongs. Durango won,
Reno, second, hllver Slnte, third. Time,
Second race Hnlf mile. Tiberius won,
Churl Boots, second, Linda Vista, third.
Third race Five nnd a half furlongs
Installator won, Nelon, secohd; Road Run
ner, thlttl Time 1 o;i.
Fourth i.icc Mllo und a sixteenth, handi
cap. Bom 1 won, Fllrtllla, second, Del
Norte third. Time, 1 1n',i.
Fifth nice Mile and a linlf: hurdle. Nes
tor won. Tho Lark, second; Lsperancc,
third Time, 2 41'-,
Sixth ract Flv 0 furlongs. Rico won,
Blue Bell. !-econd, Graclo b, third. Time,
Comptroller I lnley Kxplnln.
Gilvoston, Tex , July I Comptroller
It V. rinley, ut Austin, In lefeience to
tho license for tho Corbett-FItrslmtnons
light. Ins .icldtfsseil a letter to the tn
collector of Dallas city In which ho le-fii'-es
to authoibe the Dillns county tax
collector to receive any sum us a
license for 11 glovo contest The comp
troller says "The statement mtulo In
tnv letter to von of June 21 to the effect
that tho act of IS'? wns still In foice .is
to the matter In question was simply an
011 or of the cleik who wrote It In fuel,
the letter wns signed bv me without my
attention being directed to tho opinion
therein expressed "
It was on the strength of this letter
thnt the report was sent out Hint money
for license would bo accepted and a
Iliejcle limes ul Ciiiinrll Ornve.
Council Grove, Kt . Julv 4 (Special)
Several thousand people intended the bl
ende tournament, held hcie to-dny, nt the
Morris County I7xposlt(ou grounds II W
A marine won the Morris county champion
ship, both In the five mile nnd half mile
nice Time, live miles, 13.1J, time, halt
milt', 1 13
In the half mlln Pollard was second.
Rlditer third. The mile open was won by
llagler. of Silliui, Lbeihard. second, Vei
non, of Htnpori.i, thlnl 'Ihe quarter mile
open, standing start, was won by Higler,
Glimpse of l3mporI.i. second. Veuion,
third Time, 31 tei onds.
Boys' ru. e, half mile, won bv Llndsey,
White, second: Diimm, third Time, 1 10
The prlys were diamond rings, gold
watches and line silver articles
Ituilng ut kiiic;iii, Muss,
Siugus, Mofs , Julv 1 The Franklin
pirk tiatk record was lowered during the
rice to-dnv bv M.isc ot, w ho p iced tin ex
hibition mile to bent his record of 2 07.
The mile was mule In 2 OS'S Results.
2 09 clns, p itlng Barney won tlrsr,
thlnl und fourth bents Time 2 12, 2 13V.
2 lO'i Gil Cuiry won second heat In
2 11. trot (unflnlhed) Falkland won third
and fourth heats in 2. IS, 2 IS Vega won
llfth heat Time 2 20 Raven Wilkes won
second heit In 2 IS Colonel Owen won first
heat Time, 2 l.'.'s
2 19 class tiottlng (unfinished) Bouncer
won tho only heat trotted In 20ii
Prince Wdls Kimd ltuce.
Louisville Ky., July 4. The Prince-Wells
nnnwil rond rice was run oft this morning
at 9 30 and vus a pronounced success It
was won by Willi 1 It htout, of Oweiis
boro, Kv (hindlinp 2.15), in 23 10, C. JL
Collier. Bowling Green, second: R. 13 Ad
ams, Somerset. Kv . third Time winners
were First. II Vogt, Chicago (handle up
1001, 21:15; second Pre 1 Weage, Chicago
(handicap 1 11), 24 15, third, 13 L. Lefevre,
Dayton, O. ihundlivip 2 (), 15.11. Decardy
was tho only stritth man and the time
prle would have Imn a gift for lllm hJil
lie not btoken down nrar the start.
Inpelin Itnnil Itme Winners.
Topeka, Ktis , July 1 (Special ) In
the ten mile bicycle toad rata to-day the
111 st pri.o was won by J 11 Puncy.son,
of Topeku, .time ii 32. Tho time prlzo
wns wmi by 17 J. Riivvson, tlini- 3.0 8' .
Hut two Kansas City men, Bolt Tlhbs
nnd A J Henley, sttirted. Henley won
fourteenth prize. Tlbbs punctutcd his
ttto lu tho Hrst mile
l'red I lly Mill null,
St. Louis. Mo , July 1 rred Elly, tho
crack shortstop of tho St. I.ouls Browns,
has announced that to-day's games will
probibly be his last gunes on tho diamond
Ho will retire to assume tho management
of a hardware factory in Glrunl. Pa, of
which he Is a part owner. lie states
that If he can semre a good man to take
charge of his affairs there, his retirement
will be only temponry.
Carroll (ouiity for Miter,
Carrollton. Mo , July 4 (Special.) At
a meeting of the Democratic county cen
tral tommltteo this afternoon, called by
the thnlrman to determine the status of
this tounty on the silver question It wiib
ugretd by 11 vote of IS to 2 to ask the stute
itntral tommltteo to c ill a convention to
meat not litir thin August 15. Strong
sllvir resolutions were also adopted.
IIHILF 11IJ VIS iiv Will IS.
Milan, Mo, July 4 (SpecluU This
morning llaivey Delk, a deaf mute,
xvhllo walkliiK on tho track, wus struck
by tho englno of an excursion train and
had his back broken tu three pliices.
Milan, Mo. July 4 (Special) Mailon
Geoige, u, fanner, was killed this even
ing1 by tho fa 111 lib' of n olo vvliloh ho
was abMstlnu In Betting' ready for u
balloon uicenslon. The pole struck lllm
on tho head and broko his neck.
Foit Poott, Kas, July 4. (Special.)
Tho heaviest ruin of Ihe teason com
menced hero about 4 3') this afternoon
and at 8 o'clock In the evening was still
continuing. Thu nmln btitets of this
city are Hooded. The storm resembled
a cloudburst, hs the water fell In per
fect sheets, ami It is estimated that at
least threci inches of rain fell in tvvo
St. Louis, Mo. July 4 Miss Helen
Gould and putty upent tho Foutth in
St. Louis. The party an ed by special
train and put up at the Southern hotel.
Among; the party ure:. Miss Helen
Gould, Mr Frank Juy ttld, Miss Ida
J. Casts und .Miss AllJC Northrop, of
Tarry town, n. y. MiASMlam Nor
throp, of Yonkers, Cij&jmi Colonel
11114 .bjfj. i lunu .as tvew ioik.
SMOOTH SWINDLER CAUGHT,
HKMlt II. tlll'.ANAI.Illll'IX'"''"'
H,lr, AltltlHlID I.N 81. t.lH IS.
lie D Hunted In Thl t ItJ for Duping an
Aged Unman Out of ilaft-Miijnr
Davis' :rrviitil lllrl nmlOlhrrs
Henry 1! Walte, a clalrvovir' nt ,
until Werlnesdai. had an olll 1 N)
m Oak slrsel. was arrestel in SI I
vesterdav forenoon on a tei.eiihi
from thla rlt) by Inspect ir ' D
('ornellua Murphy. He Is w i- '
city for obttttnlhR money fr. in 1
of vlellms through false pr t
The speeine charge leadinc
arresi wnd the swindling f
wllow, Mr Barbara J. o liiw
5I Kaat Twenty-fifth sired 1 '
He came to Ihl city ibm1 -
ago and secured n license au'b
to give "sittings nnd readlnps t
For a, few month, It Is on
sought to obtain from his vllt 1- ii
ular fees Hs made money ti In
n few weeks ho was amply obe nm h
his rooms In a lavish mamm II 1' I
such 11 number of patrons tint h h red
Joseph Bailey ns a clerk A short tin o
nfterward he engaged a young la iy ct n
ographer to usslst him.
Walto was lather clerlcnl in app nrin e
nnd looked young In years He dressed.
In black garments. All who xisitid him
gave him credit for being n clairvoyant of
Among his followers was Mrs Ttarl ir.i
Vochatser, who Implicitly bell ul ivciy
sememe thai dropped from his 1 - Wail
was not content with the ti - with
which montv was coming Into his po k
ets ard longed for a more riplt rro ess
of aeqtilrltiK wealth. At Inst he hit upon
ii plan Sending his clerk to Mrs othit
zer vvlth a mesnge for her to tome to his
olllce, he made rcn ly tcj receive htr When
she arrived she found Walte In n seem
ingly unconi-clous condition lit wns Iv
lng on the lloor and foumlng at th mouth.
It nlmo't drove her Into hvsterl s. In
.1 brief time he arose to his feet nnd
struck n trnclc attitude.
".Mrs Voehat7er." he tald, "I hive been
In a trance. 1 saw money 1 nts of It.
I looked into the future nnd read a roid
to wealth for both of us. I know tho
winning number ot a ticket in the Louis
iana State Lottery. The ticket will travv
J30.000 and It will only cost you and I $300
apiece to capture the prize "
She never doubted him for nn Instant,
but that amount of money was lmposlblc
for her to raise, and through her deslro
to secure a poitlon ot the prize und her
Iniblllty to tnlse the reaulslte amount,
sho nearly went Insine 'lime nnd ngilti
she went to the clairvoyant nnd pleaded
with him to allow her to Invest a smaller
amount In Ihe ticket He was inexorable!
at llrt, but finally consented to permit
her to put in $133, all she hid, and ho
agreed to furnish the bilunee He pre
tended to purchase a ticket In the lottery
Time pissed and the dny for the draw
ing univod That evening he informed
her that a mistake had been mnde The
ticket purchased had drawn nothing All
nt once her eyes were opened and sho
1- iw that sho hud been swindled She
pild a hasty visit to Chief of Police Irwin
and was sent to Inspector of Detectives
Murphy. A wnirant wns !sued for the
smooth swindler Bcrore the oillcers ar
rived he hnd In some 111:1111101 received
wirnitig and left his qtnrten. Telegrams
were s-ent to the surrounding cities and hu
wns arrested jesterdiy foienoon in St
Louis. Since he left the citv numerous
other victims have gone to the thief of
A servant girl In the employ of Max or
Divls was fleeced out of her sivlngs "
. Detective Baldwin left list night over
the Missouri Pacific t.illwnv to bring
VV IlitO b.lek tO tlltn 1 lit tn n. n. tnr- l.lu
alleged misdeeds When tu tested Wnite
had ,a ticket for Boston in his possession
DROPPED THROUGH A BRIDGE.
Onn Ilnnilred People Prcclpllilted Into
tlm Hater nl Bristol, Iml., nnd
I iftj Injured, "-tune Fatally
Bristol, Ind , July 4 At fi o'clock this
evening, while about Wi of the populi
tlon of Bristol were gathered on a bridge
spanning the St .lo-cph river wntchlr 11
tub ince, 100 feet of the sidewalk of
bridge went down, carrying with
persons The fall was about thin.
and the Iron fell on many The til
crazed with excitement, and mil
time, the victims of the incident '
removed tiom the w uei and im
physicians thro ighout the hiirrcniti'!
country were summoned tn nnenl tr
Injured These were cattd fir 11- iv.lt as
cilicumtiuicesv would peiniit Nine was
killed outright, but several will di.
List of injured:
Dr C. 13. Dutroiv, ptobablv fitilly
Clyde Trumbull. Three Rhus Mich.,
body and bend bully hurt
Mis. Georgo Williams.
Mrs Albeit Stump
Jesse Weso. of Hlkhart, Ind
Hurlbuit N, Nicholson, broken leg nd
Daisy Little, broken arm.
G tl Flov
Miss Mmy Miller.
Arthur Sissiinian. Mottsvllle Ind.
Mis M. Llttlf. both legs broken
George Roth. Hiddlesburg.
Mil's Lydl.i King,
Hubeit Nltholson leg broken
Miss Lydla Trattler. Porter, Mich
crushed und uetk injured.
Mr- 13 J Smith, arm broken.
Frank Fry, Injured Internally
John Klstner. Elkhart, hip and head in
jured. Miss Stewart
Met Carimen, toot crushed
Douglass Stownrt, injured internally
Frank Reploge, wife and duughtir, ah
.lesso Fume, of 13Ikhnrt, leg broken
und hurt Internally.
Twenty other have minor injuries.
Washington, July 4 The following pen
sions have been 1-sucd;
Orlglnal-slohn W. Wntklns I.o-kwood
Dide. Abr.im Van Deusen, Ilolivai Polk'
Georgi Neadermiller, Nlnd. Adair JostplI
M Helvle, Hi Joseph, Rm hunau, Janus V
(juiik, Oieenfiild, IXule. William F. Augei
brike. Mech.inlcsvllle, St. Chailis.
Renewal and Incriwse Charks O Miul
do Bolivar, Polk, Rlchuid Ru-h, Clinton
Increase Simuel Hagnns, Bullion Adair:
Villllam A. Pruitt, Hancotk Puliki;
Thomas J I'erguson, Hamilton, Caldwell
Commlng Scaggs. bpringileid, lireene, Ju
seph Berger. bt Louis St Loulo.
Reissue v.lrnum li Stevenson St, Louis
v,,t.,.,-)ulsi: JRhn li,r,,1!t' "'eh Hill, Bates;
. llll tin LellliiBW.il Parky pintle; Willi
lam ,u.' ?!"" -oddivay Andrew, Do For
rest W. Herrlck. Stunberry, Gentry, Calvin
Norman Ivimas ciiy Jackson, Obacllah
Vioqil, Seneca. Newton; William Wells
Mandevtlle Carroll, John A. Patterson
Owen's Mills. Osage, IMward 13 Apple'
Morilson, Gasconade, James Gibson Ci
tersillle. Jasptr. David It. Thuinas I'ui-
t, JlrjTy ln,rjr WiHUtns Luulsunu
1'lke; Thomas Fortune, Belgrade, Washina
ton. Hdward L. Cutler, St. Juseph. Bu
Original, widows etc ElUa tUS, vh,
ma Bollinger; Mann Klussmunn, Augusta
?,' ,,Cha,';les,' "llnor t Newton J. Grishaiii'
RolU, Phelps, "
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-Daniel Maxwell. Argentine.
Increase Asbury 8 Green, National MIL
Itaiy home. Leavenworth, ilorrison P
bhafer, Downs Osborne.
Reissue-George K. Knoll. Osborne. Os.
borne: Henry G Phelps. Air Lymi jatob
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Atchison Atchison.' minora offhnMii"1'
i,ul ,ai"xi' .fa.r"l5'i. w?."is; minor
if Robert S. .Martin, Tyro. MoniBomerv
.'atbeiine Chamberlain, l3mnora fc?oii '
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