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THIS KANSAS CITY JOUUNAL, NVEDK1SSDATE, .JULY 10, 1805.
LAST RACE FOR YALDEMAR,
lit (lilt 1.11 "I BOOH 1111111. sit Milt. Ml
AMI HA I A I W,l. IN.It 111.1).
Ill t nforliinate Atildctil tliiriinl iiitlir
( lining Itiie-e if the Ihi)-three l"in
nrltn Won thcMiititJ v,elrrttit
ltilhg llrsulu PBeiihi'rr,
ir Sit ItuuMpft's ood horse, bv
Kifit Ainy Bonnl'. h HHi
rsi e. H1 "t Muter lit the
ypst.s.U ' finn'n rtne
hlfit pciflitto i h- tumblrd
' hfeaKth II 1 w "f I'l ,fl
no thic hn h ' I" 1 'hot Mu-
,. iospn. hlnl Vail mi r (it the UMC
i tldcllt lint Tittl T ho lint (he
'.Ml off .iinl ecni l Injury jW-
was MMInrt 1 sldon's' will not nttft
, rverc shaking up H"t fof Vat-
' inM.nl he wotil.. havp probably
nd to S hnylkltt In lh race.
n, k wn in Hood sl-ipe md the at-
was cnnvirnBingly large. The
, public had ii very good ln, as
tvorl'es. one third t holce and on
r won. The three nlniilntr favorite
i.ivlly plated. lilt In each of the
i'l. re were a number of well backed
n, on thp who!, the books nnd the
hout broke pven on the day.
inning fnvorIli were. Jerque! In
ud race, Konshway In the third
, I Miujrlklll in thp flflh race. The
1 r '
went 10 Mountain Bcile ni VI to
hr fourth ra to Defy nt B to 1
s was the strong favorite In the
i , but Just ni tho horses broke she
l wheeled anil oi left at the post,
jnsternatlon ot hi r numerous baek-
i lie fnrformani e of Schuylkill in the
ri i Was the best of the dav Moln-
i.ly cattltd oft the honors atnotin
keys, landing thrpp firsts out of
i mnt lie rode a masterly race on
i In the second race, landing him a
ifter he wm apparently out of the
tlrst rr, at four and a half fnr-
MArtile S. Kan a arm favorlto from
in, nlth Noliic Cnatwl a Kironel.
' reond chol'-p Thpfp wan eonftdpr-
1. I.iy at the post, caimd by thp bad
r two or throp of th- Ktartprx.
hpy did BPt nv MamiP S wan
in UnK tUl, whPidlnR jimt ftp Starter
a i dropped hlii llait to what hould
ii- n a manin. pnt tnrt Hob ISoy
I s lllp cantppl wro thp lpadPM all the
it l until hpII Into the stretch, tthcro
tin HpIIp rnmp with A urpnt ruih ami
it b a npek from Nellie Cateel.
' l.ob Hm third. . . ,,
r hp m-iinl rup, at four and lnlf
'ur. n-i .litqutt ttn the rholee of th"
nlft mil etrotiBty platen at 2 to 1.
s.j ti. i . the n int t 1 to 2. Bird lobon
ttik ib llrt to how, and she made the
nil n ).', Willi Itc public second and Did:
ltlll nn tltlr.l Hobon imlntrtlned her
'c 1 1 t Hip --tr. teh. here Dick JjatlltiRton
5 ( ond Slnvk third and Jerqliet
ur'li otnlnir fact after hartiiK been cut
T tn the turn When straightened out
pr b in' Irrquet went to the front and
tlon li imllh fi.nn lllrd Dobon, with Dick
J'nillr(.t"n thlJ 1
The thirl rap mw nt one tnlle and Ton-
c'iw t w.u tli" out Ipptetl by tb talent
to i irn tin tr'ik Th'rp was nlo conuld-
nahlr til iv nti JofIp D nnd Lltttp Nell
top ! was tht It ider when the llajr
lropr I with Uddln In oeeond place and
"out ha third At the ipiurter Aladdin
it r in Into the lend, with r'atlln second
itl Ii.- fnvorlti? lll rntlns alonu In third
n p on th. b.uk streth ron-ihway
a' hi" run nnd went Into the lead, with
onk Dierton ttond and Aladdin third.
jn- hwav malntalnwl bis lead to the end,
Irtrir i- with "oniethiHK to spare. Ijlttle
I which not off budly and was out oft.
i Ii I ery fast and beat Monk Overton
r the plat e.
flip fourth race was at sis furlonKS, and
fsihtnok and Arlin.ii TriiNPler were
e favorites at f. to '.', with a good outsldo
t on Deft. Adllenn and (Hen Luck
' nntl Glen Luck not ofT toKcther In
lead, and the had the late to them-
all the wa llefv winnlnc quite
il. with (llni l.utk In the plate Ar-
-. Traveler took third place at the
' but tould not Improve his post-
nd finished there Vestbrook ran
indifferent race, flnishlm: fourth.
i.ist race wns at six furlongs, and
Iklll won a pronounced favorite from
ipnlliB. KOlnc to the pott at 3 to 2
i-auH8 and Senatoi Mori 111 also had
I many backers the latter beliiK
backed off the boards at the last
Senator Morrill cot off tn front,
sit a hot pate to the stretch, with
suauss second nnd fVlim Iklll, third.
i ttralBhtepwl out Schuylkill easily
to the front ami won In a big gallop.
-'r.us quit In the stretch, and fell
it. Senator Morrill hnntt on and
place, with Virgin third.
- race four and one-half furlongs
, Heed's Mountain Helle, b m , a , Llt-
1. low Utile Nell. 10t pounds (Gieent
' won; Nellie Casteel, TO (Cottrell), 3
ond; Jiob Hoy. 109 (W William.
' third. Time, 0 5S Fannie II . non
n, A C. Tucker. Arthur Davis and
ft also ran Mamie 8 If ft in the
I rnoe Four and one-half furlones
J irdnn Bird' Jerquet, th b. a Toe
E-Oulllla. Ill sounds (Mrfntirei. 3
. n; Bird Dobon. Ili (BarsstT) " to i
-jj; ujck i.nmninon hpi trottirii).
3lrU. Time Of Slrot k Kopulit
:rne-t U. jnd Currlt. Anderson i'
Sol Hub' 1 1 1 -
I-'onso Lin ''"
won Lilt N ''
I Monk Ov. 11
Time. 1M34 J 'I'"
tlin, Aladdfn.J i-lt
way, cii h ,
(Mclntyie) " 1
ifO. 4 to 1,
ler), B to 1. th" I
icorn, tvari u
Dan 1. also 1 hi John II , w )i
n. ran awuv twu and one-half ml! 1
lie raue, the boi llnnll) jumping tiff
ipplng him ven .Meyer. v
It race Six furl mu J M Stowe'i
b g 3, Okenui 1 .1 na lflo pound
y o 1, won; till n Lin k, 103 melffi
id: Arknpi-i- Travtlfr, 112 Otc-
2. thlid 'I lira, 1 K Adllena
, II, NlKbt li' !i Tom Wliishlp
j Jerohl and W stbionk also ran
I 1 le-Stix furKuiB i: c Jordan
- Jicnuviklli ti ir , a 8t Blnlue Rus
iiiiw III poiimis (Milntt'p) 3 to 2,
Sen'ilor Motrin 114 (Multhrws), 3 to
cond: Virmii ill iHtout). h 10 1, third
nil. .tor t.us Htrauss and
,. ... . IllJI.IJiai U1K. ...Ki'iij'
,,H t'pl l.ta.11 . n m t (..,..
Entries ftir lo-tliiy'ii liaro
following '" 'he entilti. and wtlghts
'or the live tvi 111- un ui-dav s mrd
first (.lie I'Im 1 lifhihs of a mile Gieen
rtwllt. 10.". 1. imbrld, till, Camtien 105
aim '., Hk'.. Battler ttrt Vilk,,ii Vt,
sen llairi-oii lie, Rle, pv BUI. Hi. Jerold.
V. Bob II a Kit, Montrcllow, 1'6
Setond ri c- l'lvt -eighths of 11 mllr An.
le C . 1 1 3 Nellie l 105. Kaunas Girl.
I Avon ttnr 103 Sjlvan. 103. Huidin,
I'lltde John, I Hi, W igefleld, -03,
thin DavK I113 Longfellow, IK
I'lllltl 1 11 Tine, quartern of a mile,
iple Loaf Iff., Ptnilfe Mills. MIL Pat te,
Viilndb tort 17, Muriihj. Ifjrf; Birdie
103: Importance. 10T; Monttll 17 Red
1 It. 107; Alva. lot. The lU'cl, 1, Marnl
ourtli rate Thrte-quarters of a mile.
1 Spring, Iln Borderer. 110. li Pa van,
raft. 107 Kd Utt-nn. 107. Barney
Jr. 107. Belle T. PC Lnl Chance,
dontella 1(0: rinnrlc The Smuggler.
viww .vtttiie, 111
.nil raoe ne mile. Post Hoy, 1H0,
iu 10T: Kim . liQ; Southerner, 104;
e I Wl; Aliddbet, 109, Blllle Bunder
1 ilfi: Ionslle. '17. Martha Umith.
Dan U. 1, Uankell. l6, J Ja, l(b
hertlri IlumpKl the 'loleiit.
lyiului, JIo Julv e -i'.kjI, clear
'her und iinn tru. k attructed a fair
nUnie at Afcao iatioti park to-rtat
laWut was unt.lrHtlv lu-ky. The
race was a dump Janus was a I
1 favorite am) a. world of money was
ert at these Ugures Old sVrvite nas
Elected to t shot until the bell rung
n someone wlstr thili his gejurallon
1 do' II the line with UOO hills and tut
price to 6 to 1 Prince took the lead
ie start and the plucky little rabbit
it until well up In tba etruti when
ft ehalltnged hi in un.) won handily.
nt til mile and a half In 2 , with
e sacond Marcel third. Hummaries-
( ceThlnevn-lxteenths of a wile.
' JolnguJa. i to I, on: Mtrtury,
1, jjeooiuJ; Linnet w. t to I, tblrd.
ond rac Viva aiul a half furlongs.
Dollar, t to 1. won: Sumatra, even,
d; Ju4e Pubois, t to J, third. Time,
id race Silling, one ml. Revenue,
1 won; Little ueorge, k to 1. stos4;
ure. 1UU III 1 third. Time, 1
ih race yor uiilden 2-.-ar-ald;
.'hih ot a mile IJ, rtbi. 4 to 1. o
Etflle. 3H to 1, secoud. Surt.lugle, k to
rJ fie. t M
'Ii ra- Selling, one mile and a half
p, ti to I, w'tii I'ijii e i 10 1 fccotd;
-1. j 1 illrl r n. . iV
lit ii I1tu.li Won I ill
'int n J I ' 1 if
ai lk! ) t -1 i 1 J '-1 i
tor U-je-ir-u a i-- t su -ar' u to
t wotlh StfW. Mr Of the bt fjllf In
the Vit Wf"t to th !' wl,n Iff un
tteaien lien nmlj th? favorite at ortrt on
Me wtutt to tH fftiflt Ifi the nrsl Mttatier
and as neier In troiiMe. l min hnndlh
from hamlro Bn Hotlldai off lt
but came very fast in the t retell and
made a tiaht fit fof the rime .lot key
Thorpe f-appeared in the addle tn-dai
after few week rent H received
trettinloii ovation after his ln oti Cap
lain tre. Th atleiHlanee 5 as rtiwi the
RealKer plensrtnt ahd ttle trivk fast Sum
Kit l race-llelllnit. five fuMonw .Manjtitn
8 to w-oti; Mr iHlWfc i 1, swond, .Mike
K;ll. lo 1, Uilrl Time 1-nS
Sei-ond ft lelimt. one mile Blsket
12 to I. on. forthos, to 2 second, ?.
dOVal, 13 W f. third. Time. 1
Third rce-inirp. neven furlon "aft
tarn innt lo e. oh. Ashland. !' l 1.
second . Illtie and iry. lo ". third Time,
Potirth rn- e- The Kmetald stakes; value
to winner, ti live tnrlnn, Ben rtrush.
11 to 8", woh; Uamim. lo 1. set ond; Ben
llolllday, to I. third Time, t 021
Klflh We-Hel)lttiti one mile and iwenly
inrds Ace. i to 5, won, Knthusiast, B to i.
secohdl The iartllptw, to 1. third. Time,
M hint r at llrlttlitnii liieuli.
New Totk, Juiv -Brighton Hench wna
about Ihe holirst place on earth lo-day.
but the Brum! stand was well tilled 'ihe
nrst race was one of the raelcst tun over
the traik In some time, and Outtti J'eit ha
won She was an equal t hob e with l.nle
viltk, anil when Ihe Hub fell, jumped at
once Into Ihe lend and held It to the end
The necohtl ra e was the l'lrst Attempt
stakes, In width Piemler was the favorite.
Intermission Pd, the wn to Jhe airetth,
when tlrlllln took the fniolile to the front
and won Hold frest showed a (rood burst
of speed at the end Kinpt Arthut II .was
the cholte In the third rate but In ml
could not (tet him roIiir until the last rur
lotiR, while The Swain won all the way. In
the fourth race there was all ipeet. "r
the outsider, LotiRbrldsTe. Ht , l) ' ""
The favoilte. lletlare. ran well Jot sei en
furlonKH. and dlt d to nothing In the stretch
.VIcKee was the f.norlte In the lifth. wln
hln 10KUI3. Summariea
Plrst race tine nille. selllliK. (lutta per.
tba. 7 to 3. won, Andrew. 20 to 1, scionu
t ua. 1 10 .1, null, ikI,,iiv,j.r v ; .t ..-.
Cniswlrk, i to 5. third Time 1 414.
Second raie-Klrst Attempt flakes., lite
futlonirs. 1'rcinlt r. t to f, won; Hold Crest,
8 to 1 second, Inteitnlsslon, 2 lo 1, third.
1Nt t lVL.
Third i.ice rive furlotiBS.
The Sivftln. 3
t! tt ttpt'tillri
to 1. won Kins Arthur 11
IKK J.I., " " ', "' '
Belief. 1. to 1, third Titne, 1 IB .,..,
Potirth rat-o One nnd one-sixlecitlh
miles stlllng. LoimbridKe, 2f to 1. won.
n..t...t, c n tt ....otwl lipelnre. 7 to b.
Time, 1 02
1 1111. 111! ' iv. .. . ....-.. .- -.
thlrtl Time, l-ns. mi-. r
riflh taci One mile: selling. McKee, C
lo S won. Jtlrajte, ii to I, second; Watch
man, 2 to 1, third. Time, i.ll'a .
HlxtH race-Pteepletdmae. aliort course;
selllliiJ Kt. I.iike. 7 to S, won. Linaie, 7 to
5, iecond. Time. 3 224. l'mnerua run,
but did not finish.
tlllliers III Mlllllllllcie,
Milwaukee. WW. Julv 9.-The ; horses ran
tlose to form naaln to-dny In the tlrtt
race Shuttle looked to have won from Cap
tain Blown, but the latter was (riven 1 the
race. Close tlnthes were the order, 'lhere
were Low present.
Plrst race-.Sl.v furlonBs, nil aues purse,
J30. Captain Bruwii. 2 to u won, hhutilt ,
B to I, set ond, Bed John, 15 to 1. third.
lSfond race-seven furlonEs; 4-ye-ir-olds
and upwards that had not won three rapes
since Mat 1, purse. WW May Thompson.
3 to in, won, Kmpera. 2 to 1, second, Al-bes-,
20 to 1, third Time. 1 Ji'ii
Third race One mile. 3-ycar-ol.N and up
wards who had not won alnee May 11. p. 11
lnK. purse. WOO Imp. Somersaul t 7 lo 2,
won: Clinton, 5 ttl, Recond; roll, 20 to
Fourth raVnc'-ski:!'and one-half furlonBs.
3- ear-olds and upwards, non-winners or
three rates since .Mat 1. r"e. "", '
llcose 3 to 5, won, The Book, 2 to 1, sec
ond, Itoublo ii to 1. third. Time, l;i
riflh ratc-Kour and one-half furlonRi;
2-t ear-olds, non-wlnneiM of 11 rate 10 tho
value of K'Hi. pui. WKi. Subltcj, JO to 1.
won: Hex, ti to 1. montl; Mibs ivittt, to
1, third. Time, U 38
Itatt" nt l.itti'tliiK. Mich.
Lansing.. Mleli., Jult 0-The four event
on the canl at the -ccond day of the races
furnished vert Rood s-port, 1 reddle wns
vsasdlrappolntlns to backers, lnl.tlnc ; up
on pacing In the second and fourth heats,
cettlnir the tlafi in the latter
3 00 class, paclnK-Thco Shelton won sec
ond, third and fourth h-ats. r)rili
tC- '-19 1'cerless Chimes won first heat
Tn 'ib Kmili W., Vernwootl. William
Wonder, Handy Andv and Sunlight also
8 l'trottlng-New castle won , nt. third
and fourth heats. Tlme-W: WM,
2 17H. Latitude won st-cond heat in 2 loVi
Bertie R, Harry Pnnlh)jton, Fred B
llussellmont and Medic also htartetl.
2 10 trottlnB-Two-jear-oMs. Trophy won
,-ceond and third heats Time-2.33, 2 334
Vlleta won first heat in 2 12 ,
trotting (untinlshetl)-Kittie B won
second htat In 2.19's Princess Bell won
fo .nt. heat In 2 20 Freddie won llrst and
h'rd'hea?s In Sift and 2 14. and wj.
ji in tv fjMirth Hanlehnrhl. t ar-
rie Meil-res-oi. Lasette and Fredra nlno
OlipnliiK my nt Dnenport.
nnvenhoit. la.. July li-neuuiw
fet t. track fast at the openinK 01 ine imv-
t'ui.1 .. ..... .? - -- -
enport .Mile Track Amovmiiuiiiiim ..-,-noon.
Uery beat winner t;t ept Idol
Ju.k made .1 new record, and idol Jack
luunled h.s btst time,
2 ii 1 lass iroiiiiiK.
won ill thret Hit tight heats line 2 .0'4,
' ipji J fc Diiart, Kmma, Planxll liny
V H H Simmons. Xuviei Bourbon,
Bonnfll Carr e B , Ashnell Supposition,
Ituroii'U ilui-tU ami Phrl.me lo
M'"loelass 1 tar-olds: purBC. 00. Wlw
hum won mat, mi ond und fourth hen.,
rim! ' Vii. 2 2.)i2 2 23 1. lltell Win
UUr.l'he.it Timf. -'31". P'lla H. Buc
miiit unl Writ hIno sturtt
' li .lass, putt, put mp, .jtn Ian Mc
1 'she won -etontl, thlid ami lourth hf.its
Time. .' H -' lt 2 I'.'s I.'ol Jat k won til tt
heat Time, lt Aituaiv, Tom I e,
BU'.l Boj. ritar Douglass, (levl,ii-j M
ltnstrv. Tom Povv.rs Junto and Ntniph
Trottlns and I'liclng ut I.iL'rosse.
ltCrfjtSf, Wis Jult. .- ml day.
Partis cloudy and tool, hut inasnnt
3 tivttim. unilnlsheil King Prltueps
took a heat tn . ! and W.uien P m
tsi4 .utd the nice King Prln p., set ond
Tn. ev C.enle 1. thlrtl. Allle li fouith
Ti-v.r-tlil. .1-0 pa ing. m Pilot Mt
.11,..,. I- rt ht 11 Pattv Brooks set ond
u d tMrtl' Time. J 21's 2 l. i I'ilot
Milium fceiond, Prof tor, third. Do- Du
Itniy fouish Coiftittia, Muy CJueen Wid
Hillv B ill- ' started.
'0 n.Ktng. Jl.000 HUght Regent three
bt'ra.ghw. Carrie . ndj Ro-coe,
ibir-i. Allen, fonitb llm. J la-, 213.
IB' . lieila. Bernlce. f rankle c.. The
Kirwin. Aiue Dlrettor, Hail Cloud, Mlu
iatsr and Davt B a I90 started
3 un iMnttlng, WJWl Mf Koss, three
jutitiiBtiitjj. Palghetlt. wciond, Turquols,
tWnl. Time. 2 22. 5-IMi, ', ehnrley
Boggs ai'l Hubbard alito started,
John R aentry lli nn exhibition mile in
Snn lrrutirheo Bare.
Ban Pranclst o. July 9 Firt race Five
furlongs dtalltarlo won. Autell. gecond,
Steadfaat, third. Time. 1 08.
Second JUce five and one-half furlongs,
Bernardo won Major Cook, second, era
phln, thlrtl Time, .
Third rate Six fm longs, Boreas won;
Hose Clark, second, Roud Runner. tMrd.
Time, 1 .10 'i
Fourth race five furlongs. Johnny Ch
uron won. Josie !., hetond; Mount Carlos,
third Time, 1 2
Fifth rate-five and one-half furlongs
afeeubutk Jr. won. Sport MA Illster.seo
ond; Prince Pevlne, third. Time, VMfc
hisrr.is.ui'rti PurK llrt!
Narragansett Rate Track R. f , July 0
The trat-U wan vry sloppy unly one fa
vorite won tiumnuiriis
first rate-ilx furlongs. Tarluffe won;
Jjltli, .etond Time 1 !
sietond raif-Dnu 1111U Copyright won;
Claru. second Time. I 48
Thlrtl raee Selling, six furlong On
laika won, fhugnut, s.econl Time, j;go.
Fourth raic-lllnK. one mile. C'os woo;
liailstone, se.'cui.l Time, 1 45'.
fifth rat r Four and one-Jiglf furlongs,
Nover won, PtdiUucr, setoml, Time, 0:JfiB.
lliitJ! at tuluiiibu, o.
coiunitnw. o J"1 9 -The track was
very fast to-day Weather clear
2 39 tla, pace Billy C, lirkl . fair ,!!
I1m.ii set ond, floreiue c, tblrd Time,
2 UK, J 13, 2 11,
2 to t.las; irotilng-Watbfck. flrsi: Kd
Wilkes second: Matnard J, third. Tlim,
. t.lss; trotting (unttaUhedl Aldons
won the Urst two heals and Obadiaii the
fteit two. Time, 2 IVj, 215 i,15i, 2 174.
lvlj,..l' IlitlUi. I lltutt.
Iivdtanapolis, lnd, July S.-.-U'Uwl i iil
U. 8.1H. the famous pnr, dleoi to-da).
nut njarw v, i originally pur. haad by
Kissel for fluO -tnd iu four a.-&!ii hit
oa ?0.'jui) ui surfctm
Mr.. Paul Miutre I rltitiill III.
t li Mot re 1-
of 1 ir re vi J.
VICTORY AT TERRE HAUTE,
ItMTI II tll'T A fiMi: I BOM
nn: i:vs imp AMir.iA.
I tier Unotttid .Mtlnrtliy Out of the lint
ami A1n Mil llnclirt, tin Ir Old ttiunili,
lliinUKIIiic I'lltlinl ll.idtl Unit
Terfe Haute, tnd,, .tulj ! -fSperlnl Tor
re Haute wns outclassed at nil elates of
the (tame, and after the visitors obtained
Ihe blR tend In the second Inhlrtft plated as
if they had no hope of makiht a run
Both Weddme ahd Hafthmn were catinht
nnpptn at eeeotid, ahd like loose plsylne
ejiaraeierised the ame thfotihout on the
part of the home team
Ati-Cntihi. the IiOWcll pitcher, was batted
iinfnercifuiit and ntu taken am of the box
in the fount h inning.
Bchlebni k, Ihe new shortstop, played his
first same ami the fans are a shin a for more
like him on the home team. He hit the
nrst ball plb hed ror a tshreebaslser and
maJe some eturtllhn stops at short.
I- t v k . HWtt
4v.vr.ijir 1.1 1 1.,
All. II. 111. SB VQ
Manninir. 2b .. , a
Beraen. r ....... 4
t.'ontiauhton, en. t
Hints, I. f. fi
Kliiinaii. lb .... i
Nlchol. t. f l
Hatfield, 3b ...... a
Hernon, r. f. .... 9
Klin, v. t
0 a 1 1
1 S 0 2
2 1 0 n
35 H 1 8 27 10
AB. 1L 111 B. lf). A.
Schlebeck. as I 2 1 1 1 C
auks, i r 4 0
Harunan, 3b .... 4 1
Wedtllge, e. f 3 ll
Carney, lb n
Connor, 2b 4 0
Gallagher, r. f. .. 4 0
Boaeh. c 3 0
McCarty, p 1 0
llURhty, p .1 0
7 3 21 II 2
score by innings: m
Kansas tiltv 3 ft 0 1 0 0 fi --11
Terre Ifauie 1 02000000-3
Knrjied runs Kanius Ctty. 2; Terre
Two base hlt Connuughton, Khlsman.
Three base hlt Kllng, Sthlebock.
Double plats Sclilebeok to Connor to
Wild pitches Kllng, 1; Ilughey, 1.
Passed Ijalte Borgen, 2.
Struck out Bergen, Klusman, CMchol, 2;
Klilig, iiugney. weriaige.
i..'it on oa
bases Terre Haute, 6; Kansas
"ititern liiiRiit, i-tiiiiilliic.
Wttn. Lost. P. C.
Indtotmpolls 3fi 21 2
Knnsais City : 32 27 542
Dolroit 32 27 T12
St. Paul 31 2S B2.-i
.Milwaukee 30 29 BOS
Minneapolis 2.". 33 4J1
Grttnd Bapids 20 "G 411
Terre Haute 22 33 100
ilrind Iliplil-. IT, Mllwalikre. 1.
Grand Bapids, Mich., July 0. Store
U II G.
Grand Rapids 13 0 1 0 0 13 2 17 2S 2
Milwaukee .. .0 0 0 0 o 0 0 0 1 1 ft I
Batt t le Jones and ZtUiner, Stephens
and W' .iv 1 r.
luilliu.iptill-, HU M. Paul. (I.
Indianapolis, lnd , July 9. Score:
Indiaiiaiiolia 020002IC 0 10 13 3
St Paul . . .0 0 0 0 0 5 0 1 0 fi 10 B
Batterles-Crofit and McFarland; Pepper
Mllinr tpoll-. Itl; Detroit, '-'.
Detroit, Mich , July 9, Score:
Detroit 200000000 25C
Minneapolis ..40001 212 13 H 1
BattertPs-'-Gnyle and Twineham; Frazer
Nation il t.t.iguo Standing.
Won. Lost. P. C
Baltimore 31 23 7
BotHon 31 23 5M
Plvtsburg 3S 27 5C
Chloago 40 21 BW
Cleveland 38 2S 371
Clmlnnati 3S 27 B71
Philadelphia 32 27 542
Brooklvn 32 28 MS
New ork 29 . 4K1
Washington 23 35 397
St. Louis 22 43 338
Louisville 10 49 169
Boston, 3-:lt I'lttallllrg, 2-1.
Plttsliurg. Pa, Julv 9 Pittsburg nnd
Boston divided hoiiois In the two games
to-da) Dolnn was the stumbling block
foi the home team In the first game and
Pittsburg won the sicond by sharp hitting
In the tenth inning. Attendance. 4.800.
Pittf-hurg 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 S 2 8 0
Boston ... .000 0 0000 31 I 2
Hatielles Plttsbuig. Hnrt and Sugden,
Boston Dolan. Nichols and Tttan.
PltUhuig .01 001 0010 I 4 11 B
BOhton 0 i 0 11 a 0 2 1 03 3 1
Bam ties, Pittsbutg Haw ley and Sugden,
Boston Nichols and Rtati.
1 liitliinutl. tl-lli Brooklyn, n-C.
Cin inn-Jtl, . Jult 9 Nearly 0,000 en
thtudasTS, Inelutlini' a Rrent crowd of fair
t'lwt fvr It was ladles- tlut saw the Reds
iv t- I wo gatne this afternoon after oath
was eemeil lost One game was post
poned from the May series Treadwav'a
muff -oiwned a t hiuice fur the first contest.
The set mid wast hanuiKrPd out. Score-
Clm inmitl . . 00000004100 18 7 2
Brook it n . 1 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0-6 14 4
battf-il". Cincinnati Dwter and Mur
pbt : Brooklvn, Stein and Dalley.
ClneliMiiitt ., . 20050C1 -14 15 2
Brooklyn . J n ,; 3 0 o 0 0- a 8 r,
Batt rles Cincinnati, Rhine nnd
VatiUii. Brookltn, Daub and Urim.
ht, fouls, i linitlinnrc, t.
St. Louis Mo., July S Cooley's single In
the thiiteentb inning brought in the win
ning run foi the Bionns in a long and
hotlv t oiitt-stml game with the Baltimoies
that wns postponed from Satmday. At
teiiiant.e, S.snti Score.
Rt Louis 1 1 2 0 000 0 0 000 1 11 4
Baltimore , ,...0 2 0 1 0 0 0 u 1 0 0 0 04 0 4
Batteries Ht. Louis, Bieltensteln. Millet
and ntten, Baltimore, CUrkson, Ksper and
ew Vorh. It Clllengo, II.
Chit ago. 111 . July 9 A iwso on twills, a
single and Lauge'g erior piottuced the only
11m in to.dat's gamp, which was decldedlt
a pltchei' buttle. Attendant e. 7.0U0. Sioie
R II f
Chicago . .....ft 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 i s "i
New York . 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 u t 8 2
Batteries Chicago liijmth and Kit
tredge; New York, Rusie ami Parrel!
Philadelphia. 3i Cleifbliut, H.
Cleveland t) . Julv O.-The wlldness of
Taylor, tomblned wflh the timely baiting
of the home learn, 1 exulted in the defeat of
the Phillies lo.day Attendance, l.SfiO,
Cleveland I !!M!I S lit 8
phllatWphtg 2,5 (5 (i 10 r a p-s to S
Batteries Cleveland Wallace ant) D'Con
noi , PhlMtdphla, Buck lev and Taylor.
Ucstsra AuHlttlU! (i-nn?..
Rothford. Hi . July 8. ftot-feford. ; Quln
umahs. Neb , July 0. Pa Moines, S;
l.Iiit.ttn, Neb, July 9. Lincoln, i ' J-
Peoria, ill, Jul -Peoria, 15; Jackson
Vllle. 4 ,
simllicrn 1 ragup iji",
Kahville, Tenn . July , Nashv ille. ,
I Jttbf ' itOjfk. Ark. July a.-Llttle Rock,
5; K'e Drleiuis. s
Kvansvilltv lnd , July 3.-r5vanlll, 9;
Memphis, Tenn., Julj 0,-Msmplito, 18;
MMilg liowliug Club,
The Vikings bowl. I ait fajtowa oa the
lirawl a!U Utt m.bt.
atlikes , tinares. Tout
us. ji itfaeiMiu .
J. A Uawkluson
It 11 612
. i 12 49
.. ' 15 U
,.S li ii
. i 12 451
1 u s'tj
5 ii Ul
IJ;leu .. ..
A Itigulir PipB btor).
b' I ouis jlo j 1 Manag-r cin-
) KV t the rf I 1 'JO. is ill ht Ivt-UM
ton., to clic t u, ue.il with tb Btovviu.
for the piirehrts of Hreltenteln, l'.lv
tjulnn ai i others Ills purpose Is 10 K't
Into the Nitlotml t.e.iKUt- next eann If
he enn f t the desired plajers he! I wllllnu
to put up good money for them He offer
ed J15,fti for HrelttTisteln an 1 will Klve
fM"i for his pick of four. Manager Com
isks a tnirirtxo Is to eonsnlldate St Pan
and Minneapolis, build n Joint tmrk nnd
oticentrate the ball adniirlnir population.
I'lititnltt Ittiwllui: lub.
The follow Iris: seivrM were tnle bv the
Phtiehlt IKiwIime c'luli on Ihe Itoyal al
leys lnt night;
PI. Sp. Tift
Silverman 15 11 m
!ol 13 11 m
hnk , 13 t I
1 Baer , n ti RtS
Mflftfs in 11 kli
Steele in in Ht
J, Har 10 m tr.
VVclch .,..,. ...... S 12 4T4
tjoenWeln t 7 41"
Shin , 1(1 1 422
ENDEAVORERS WILL NOT MARCH
I hero Will He Vt Mi, 11) In llntim Unit n
PnriilP l Hut nf the UtiKllnti.
Host.in, June -The 2000 ciirlstlin Hn
dtnvnr dplrgntcs who Imvi thus fnt m
rivetl In this city Hre tt-ilav fpetpiclti
the nntiiivnnccs of lire In Hnsimi dtiritiR
it 1 tin stt'rm. Since eatly hinrnltig rain
hits been fulling In ltreiit. The tetiler
of nttrnctlnn fur the ilelegntei I -tlu
Is the Mechanics' building, vvliere the
rllsttlbutlKti of Imtlgcs hihI the reglstr.i
llun nf ilelegntes la being conducted
Machlneri hall. Hie liPHtltimrlers of
the suite exhibition nnd for the dis
semination of Krtotl lllenitnre. Is be
ing rapldlv Jilted Up y Hie vitrlotps
suites. A L'nltorl States postnillre I be
ing nrratiRetl In this lmll nml I'ost
inaster Cuviny lias Infotinetl tho com
ttilttee Hint already two ling of mull
hnve nrrheil for the tlelcBntcs. AtnniiK
the delegates Hint arrived IhM night
nml to-tiny were thoe of South Dakota,
Illinois nnd Philadelphia.. AnuuiK the
dlstltiKtll'hetl fntelgn delegates now
hero aie llcv. W. K. Clinpniuii. hotinr
nble sectrtary of the Clnlstlnii Hn
ilenvor movement In c.reat Hiltnln nml
Ireland: llev, .lolin Pollock, nf tlIngow ;
Itev. James Mtisell, of Derby, Hev. .1
D. liiniiiit and Hev. II. .Montgunier.v, of
The reception nnd ncccmimnilntlon
committees have nrtatiKeU fot meetlnK
the state deleBntlotis itl 11 unique intin
tier. The plan Is" tu H'titl two members
each from the leceptlon and ac
commodation committees to meet each
state delegation. These scouts will go
s far as Albany, X V., Poitlnml. Mo..
Putnam, Conn, or Ninth Ad tins nml
similar distances on the v.triotis rall
totuN They will boird the tialns bt ur
llif? delegates and will come with them
to Boston and escort them to their heml
qlinrterM There will tie no puldtle of
Htideavniets It vvn 111 -t planned tn
have the fin noo march from Mechanics'
building to the Common on Saturday t"
attend the mammoth noon meptlnB, but
this has beta found imjiotslble.
the l.limilii .Moiniini nt nt ".prliiglltltl
I iirnially lleedi tl to Illinois I be lr
tiiiim 1111 Iniprt slve One.
S'ptlngfleld, III. Julv 9 At nn Impres-lve
meeting in the ttate houve to-night tho
pieldent and members of the bo.iitt of the
Lincoln Monument Afnt latton formall.v
trunsferrpd tho lnonunient and piopeity,
vlth dteds thereto, to tho tare and cus
tody of the state. The new speaker of
the houe. W. G. Cot bran, prodded, and
on the platform were (iovertmr Altgcld, tx
Covernot Oplcsby, president of the associa
tion State Tre.if.uier W ulff and Hob. J. T
Connellv. A largo audleme was iirc-em
L-Govemor Oglesbv made the presenta
tion speech. Hii nlltfions to Lincoln were
touebmg, nnd he repeatedly can led tho
audience into burns of applause nntl en
thusiasm Concluding he handed 11 pack
uge containing tho deeds and papers, to
tiovcrnor Altgcld. Th- latter, in iesppne
fxpiPS'ed hi- seii'-e "f the rf-ponsibl.lti
Intrusted to h!m nnd other htate ptticcrs
Alluding to the upilghtncs of Lincoln s
life, his morality unci principles, h -poke of
tho soltlshne-ix of mbn of wealth ani busi
ness bui rest, nntl inld thet would leave no
rt membra nt of themselves after dt ath,
while Liiieoln'b Kl"ry would bo undt ing.
TO ECLIPSE THEJIFFEL TOWER.
lllc.tgt. Will I left 11 Wonderful Creation
of Met I Our One 1 bout mil I'm t
ChicaKO, Jul 9 Practical step have
been taken In t'hlcaco for the election
of a tower uVbUnod not onlt to rlvnl
but to outcltstan e the Eiffel creation
The tower will be 1,130 feet In height
nnd 150 feet at the bas-e. Thiee thous
and tons of steel will bo used in Its con
struction. It will bo 140 feet from the
base to the tlr -.t lamlins, 410 to the
second, 640 to the third and 1,010 to the
tourth. Above this will be a dome
ornamented with a ilagstnlT 1,150 feet
tiom the base. The elevators will be
operated bv tin trie power and the
electric display 1 n and around the tower
will bo wonders Povvetful searchlights
nil be used and many attractions will
be Included that will Invite sightseers.
Itoitl to He "ilil.
Memphis. Tenn,, July tl In tho matter
of the foreclosure of the mortgage on the
Tennessee Mldlin 1 railroad t'nlted States
Circuit Judge l.urton to-tlav appointed J.
11 Watson and J B. Clougn special t om
mlssloners to 1 anduot the sale. htxty
tiays are given lu which tu discharge the
load's obligation--, after which the spe
cial tommtshlotiis will set a day for the
sale. Tho upset price was fixed at Jl.ono,
000. Ordered to 'lulu, n 11 Appeil.
Washington, July 0 Attorney General
Harmon this afternoon telegraphed Spe
cial Attorney Mi Klsslck nt San Frauelsio
directing him 10 takct an appeal In the
Htanfotd tI5.OfM.000 suit nt once. The privi
lege of amending the government bill
gianted by the Judgo will not be taken
advantage of. but an appeal will be taken
to the Vnlted States circuit Lourt of ap
peals for the Pacitic coast district.
Southern Itnllitu) Mmk.
New York, July 9 Messrs J P. Morgan
& Co. have concluded negotiations for the
sale In Uurope ot a large blm k of plot k
Of Ihe Southern Hallway Company. They
are not preparnl as yet to announce the
exact amount of he sale,
pu l.ocliutl Ho ni 'old.
Hartford, Conn , July 9 The New
llngland road iii sold to-dat to John W.
Simpson, attorney for the ri organization
committee. There was only one bid, f5,.
Mr, Heorge L t'armen, chairman of the
Western Velghlns Assottalton. of Chicago,
is ut lha Coates House.
The earnings ol the Chicago, Milwaukee
& St Paul for the ilrst week of July were
M2.D01, an Increass of IW.'M over Die
1 01 responding ('k of last year.
Texas loads have announced their in
tention of selltujr tickets from Dallas to
Kurt Worth to Chicago and HI Iouls at
one fare for the round trip Tho return
portions q( tickets sold nt these uue will
be good for return until Ouobei. It is
feared that this action may result In de
miralixing rates generally ihioushout
The latest development In the Texas
nusseiigei ratt war Is the .uiuuuucemeiit
of the Houston, Last nnd West Texas
line thai it bus withdrawn Its tut runs
tu the Uust via Cincinnati and will hase
its rates 011 fat. I.011U 10 points ,.tsibound
The Missouri, Kansas el Texas h.ia an
iiouiKcd a 101111I trip tf at oik- fate
from Dallas to bt. Louis,
The moss earnings of the Illinois Cen
tral rood for the eleven months ending
Mav 31, Ut3. were H7.54S.WT, a det re.ise of
$l,T72.utl. The ululating expenses and tuxas
wiie $J2,l&'i.b5i leaving an exuss of -telpls
ovei rxi n lltuie ot $'..337 IU, whhh
Is a decrease of tJ ! from the txcess
of the same ptiiiil of the pi etllii, lis. al
y.il. The gros reielpts fm the month of
June estlmaii I at H.WO.ttiT, un ci-tunated
incjease of J162 nil
t'rgiug I'nptulu turlctt's 1 Imiius.
Washington Julv S (ripecial) Cdptaln
t-..ri.o. of llntd who is vvtlt known in
Ka.n-JS Dcino 1 1 1 ircles, 1- being urg.d
lv mailt IJKUi n 1 utmr u as irfci 1 j
of tic land It) at hill I" 1 in dei
iCPi that tonu lats ago Sceietuit fettn'h
x' ommerded fjr the position tbe name of
a Cicorsia. gentleman.
A "CON" MAN TAKEN IN,
Hie Intend. , Ittlm. Arrrit tllin tlilfnd
of tilling I tt ill .Monry Ihe
Bump Be W ttrltetl.
Chnrlesi t'omitock, a "con" man,
w ho claims he enme from Omnha two
week'! ntrn, Is lcckcil In a cell at police
hendtitmitsrs on n chnrge of awlmllltiR.
He w captured at noon vestrrdtty by
two cltlrens vvhoni he h.ul nttemptett to
Several ttaja tigo lanne lltird, who
lives with his luotlier-lti-lnw, William
Addlhtftnti, nl Xn 1201 Ilnst Plfth street,
teplled to an advertisement In the
"want" tolntnn nf a dally new simper In
this city In response to hW letter of
Itieilllry it tmili tltnve Up to his home In
it btiCRv nnd lnfotmetl him that he wns
lh the etnplnv of the Hehtltte Lumber
Company ua cniloctor and wished lo
Klve tip hli imsltlnn nml ro In hit home
III Chicago. He mid lltlttl wtini ontnin
his poMtl.iii by giving a bond of J100 lo
the Rchiiltp Lumber CotnpatO
Yesterdav rtitenoon lltird and Atldlnt,'
toil called nt the lumber rntnMtiv'i nlllce
nnd Interviewed Mr, Scluitte, who slntcd
that he employed no t 'Hector nnd that
the timn wa 11 swindler. Tho Hunt
settlement with the tnnn nhont tho bond
was tt be made lestcrtlnv nt noon nt
the home of the niinrr mini. When the
fraudulent collector appealed he wits,
met by two tlutormliipd men. who
murchetl him to the police station. A
tlmible-bnncled shotgun Itl the hands
of Addllignott prevented hW cscnpe On
the vvnv the pi tanner tore up a number
of checks nntl an necottnt book which
purpnitod to contain u list of debtors to
the lumber comimnv. An olllccr nfter
wnrdt natbered tip the scatteictl pieces
of piit.fl' nnd pasted them on sheets of
whole paper lo be used ai criminating
Ten minutest after hit ntrest V. C
nouglass, n tilling married man living
nt 1814 Campbell Ktteet, entered the
station ami uskfsl to see- the chief of
police. To Chief It win ho said that he
had been lobbed of $13". and n gold
watch given him by his rather. He had
given the monev ncl watch ns bond for
it stipimsetl potltlon with the Schlttte
Lumber Company. One of the men who
robbed him had represented hlmielt as
a collector for the tlim nntl the other ns
Mr. Schutte Tho swindler arrested by
tho two men vvntt lemlllv Identified by
him a the man who had piomlsed him
his position. After making the ac
quaintance of the alleged collector he
had been intrntlticed lo a man who
claimed to be Mr. Schutte, nnd to whom
ho hnd given tils money nnd watch ns
security. AVhen he gnvo tip his property
ni a bond he was given n hill to col
lect In Kansas City, Kn. lie found the
alleged nddrei 11 vacant lot and began
tn suspect that he was swindled. A
h.istv tilp to tho lumber company's of
fice "proved it and he sought the aid of
Mr. Schutte tats .it lenit a do7en
vnung men have culled on him the past
week nnd made imiuliies about a po
iti,in which hid been promised them by
two men One young fellow was about to
put up $500 eectnltv with the swindlers.
The man under at rest claims that he
never saw the victimised toting man
until he vv.t confronted with him tester
dnv. Beyond Unit one statement he re
fused in talk His confedeintc. who
took the part o! Mr Schutte In the
swindle. Is described ns being about 3S
tears oM, with g-iny mustache, thin
fnce and Roman nn-e. He wore a giny
stilt of clothes and a straight tlmmcil
straw hat. Tho police are using every
mean"' to apprehend him. but fear ho
has left the clt.v. Xo money was found
on the confidence man captured
Roynl Baking Powder is the purest
and highest in strength of nny of the bak
ing powders, and heme makes more, liner
and better food.
HAS EUSTIS TALKED TOO MUCH?
Purl Pu.,lcn sPrrplj C'rlticlo the United
.st.ttep Aiiibisador to franco for Cer
tain Atlccrtl stiitemc.iit.
London, July 9 Mr. II. De Blowlt7, the
famous Paris correspondent, commenting
In the London Times to-dav upon the al
lege 1 Interview with the United States
ambassador to Prance, Mr James B.
Hustis, published yesterday in the Ulgnio,
said that such nn Interview evldentlv con
stituted a new- departure In diplomacy.
In reference to the utterances imputed to
Mr. nustis regarding Canada, he said ll
would be dinicult to believe that the am
bassador represented a friendly nation.
Several of the Paris ncvvspipers also
comment to-day on the alleged inter-
The Hstnfette says that In It Mr. Kus
tls admitted tint the United States sup
ported Japan ngalnst Prance, Bussla nnd
Germany, Canada ngalnst Kngland ant
Cuba against Spain, nn.l that the United
States has ambitious cotnmtiti.il Idt.is n
Hpeeting Madagascar All thee acts and
plans, the P.stafette comments, "are ion
tradlctory of the professions of the Mon
roe doctrine, and. combined with their .ip
patent forgetfulnoss of our former Mater
nal relations, compel us to anticipate lh.it
the future will be darkened by disputes
The Libre Parole also severely criticises
Mr nustis, and, at.tpting the 1'ignro
Interview us genulnt , savs that the Amer
ican ambassador has 1 ommltted a breath
of the laws of hosnlialitt.
tiiiiiiicnt at Mnilrltl.
Modrld, July 9 There Is much ex-cited
pomment in the newspapers btr.- over the
statements uttrlbutt .1 to J. II. Lustls. the
United States tiinhissttdor to Pi.tui e. upon
the situation in Ciibi. HI (lobo. a news
paper, snts that the Duke of Tetuan, min
ister of tmeifcii ntfulrs, tins instructed the,
Spanish minister .it Washington lo de
mand pxplan.ition'. in a friendly manner
from tht I nittd States regarding the am
I IIB WBATIll'.B.
The- olllclnl foiee.ist for to-day is: Por
Missouri, talr, with station in tempera
ture, for Kansas, shonreis, with stationary
tenipeiature. The highest nnd lowest tun
nt ratine recorded hue jtstti.!it was t9
und 57 dpg. The record of observations
inane iitsc tnuitc ,.t im .l..w.jj..
New tn leans
Si Paul ....
Bismarck . ...
St. Louis . .
... 30 20
lit tall Clerks In Mxltin,
St. Louis, Mo, July 9 Shortly before
noon to-day the lifth annual convention of
tin lletall Clerks' Piotectlve Association
of tho United States was called to order
with President A. II Sellets, of Kansas
Cltl, In tho chaii About 150 delegates wero
in c sent, lepreseiiting a majority of thu
suits In the I'nlon. Lieutenant Governor
O'.Me.ira was Itutoduu'd und inado 11
siietch expressing his simpathy with the
iibJictB of the ussot iailon. and assured tho
ilelfgate that St LmiIs would extend
beaity liospitallty lo them. Acting Mayor
Nage-l made a ten minutes' speech, iu
whUli ho iHtiejieU'd the heaity welcome of
the cltt to the delegates Thu transaction
of luiitlue business was then piocecded
Mr. siat It PlratU linlltj.
Toneka Kas, July ") -(Speed (11 W. II.
Stuck, the Kansas cltt wholesale llejuor
dealt 1, who was worked into Eellliij,' .mil
deliveiiug 1 gallon of whisky to it To
peka spotter, pltadt el guilty In police
court and lined Jlt, which he paid.
Making .1 Milt Hum,
Washington, Julv !). -(Special.) Cx
Congressman Bcuj.iiiilii l'lankllu, who ut
one lime renrtseiitt.l the Kansas City dis
trict, but who lor tome years has lived at
Phoenix, A T , Is making a still bunt for
thu npioti.ti!ient ot governor of Oklahoma,
Arrived in Washington.
Washington July 9 -(Special.) A. J.
ll.11 ria und wife, daughter Mabel and son
Plunk, of Atthlsou, and A. K. Wray, of
Kansas Cltj. arjivrl to-day,
At the meeting ut the Jackson County
Mr Ileal Sot 1 tt 1 morion evening. Dr. C.
B Hardin will read a paper entitled "Tho
Tongue und What It Imirhea In Disease,"
and Dr J, Hlo k one entitled "Some Un
usual Slinptuina in Neiibiicic Disuse,"
COLE WASN0T KILLED.
The notty nf the llespermlo Mint In Chicago
Monday Mghl lilenllflett as
Chicago, 111, July 9.-Thc body of the
min who was shot and killed by Policeman
P.oenlhal In front of the Auditorium laat
night has been identiried as that of Charles
Oorrrmn, who lived nt the Hot'l Pomcreet,
Twelfth and Wabish avenue. Prnm tho
laundry murk on his shirt, he wns sup
lsr,t to lw C. K. Cole, but tho linen wns
borrowed before the shooting occurred ant1
his real Identity was established by the
man who hnd befriended hint. Monday
nfternoon Uormnn received a tMCgrnm
from his wife'ln St. Paul. Mltig thit his
babt rintighter hnd tiled Ihe night before
nnd urging him to tome to her Ho made
even effort to secure money to tnke him
to whPre his dead babv wns nnd, nfter re,,
pcatod failures, In a moment .of despem
tton, he nttemptetl to rob Saloonkeeper
Merlloln lh.it he might have funds with
width to go to his wife.
C K Cole, the man who lotned florman
the linen, nnd who Identified his body, Is
In charge of the dining room of tho Union
League Club. He roomed at the hotel with
liorman and knew him well. Last night
nbout 0 o'clock Oortnnn met Cole ns the
latter wns leaving the Club holle and
showed him u tolegrnm from Ills vvifa tell
ing him of the detth of his child, lie
tried to sell a Inrge revolver to Cole, but
the Inner did not have the amount neces
mrv, $1S Then the two men tried to pawn
the vvenpon. but could get no more than $
on It (Inrmnn then tried to trade at the
railroad olllce for a ticket to HI. Paul, his
pftotts being unsuccessful The two men
then went btck to tho hotel Uormnn was
vcrv uneasy, nnd nbout 7 o'clock said ho
must renew his efforts to gel the money.
He started downtown nnd wns not seen
ngaln bt Colo until his body was Identllled.
In Uormnh'B trunk were found letters nt
recommendation from various barrooms
where he hml bepn einploted, one of them
being from tho Grand Pacllle hotel, In Chi
cago All the testimonials spoke of him
ns a man of Integrity
FORMALLY OPENED AT DENVER.
Ihe NhIIoiuiI l.tlucntloiial Assmbitlon Con
venes In the Prisrnco of Immense Audi- I
,.nrr in, (Mil) Delegntes Present.
Denver, Col., July 9. Tho thlrtt -fourth
annual convention of tho National Educa
tional Association was opened this after
noon before two lnrge audiences. The reg
ular meeting was nt the Central Presbyte
rian church, where 4,000 persons were gath
ered, while 2,000 attended nn overllow nt
the high school building, and thousands
were turned away In disappointment. It Is
asserted that the attendance Is already
largcir than at nny previous meeting of the
association. The work of the council ot
education was completed to-day and the
next three dais will be devoted to the la
bors of the general orgnnlr.itloti.
The delegntes nnd visitors have practi
cally all arrived and cons-rvntlve railroad
men estimate we mimuer nt Jo.wu.
The council of education holds Its final
meeting this forenoon. It was an executive
session whollt devoted to business mat
ters Superintendent Aaron Cove, of the Den
ver schools, cv-prcsldent of the association,
and chairman ot the arrangements com
mittee, canea me meeting to oruer nnu
welcomed the convention. He was fol
lowed bv Lieutenant Oovernor Brush, Gov
ernor Mclnttro being in St Louis; Mayor
McMurray and Mrs. A. J. Perry, state su
perintendent of schools. Besponses were
mule bv President Butler. Secretary Shep
ard. Colonel Prancis W. Parker, prlncipil
of the Cook county normal school, Chica
go; ox-Governor Northern, of Georgia, who
represented the Cotton cvpo-ltlon, and
c.i ma to Invite the tetchers to attend It
Music was given by the Apollo Club, com
posed of twenty Denver gentlemen. On
motion ot General John Katon, ex-commls-sloner
of education of the United States,
a telegram of greeting was sent to Com
missioner Harris und Professor Greenwood,
of Kansas Cltj now In Hdlnburgh.
Professor n. Hermans, Denver, spoke on
phtslcal training, nfter which phtsfcal cul
tuie classes from the city schools, directed
bt thelt tutor. Professor Jacob Schmtt,
gavo an exhibition. Notice was given that
constitutional amendments ptovldlng for
popular vote In tho association would bo
submitted to-morrow The Ibiterpe quar
tette sang and the convention adjourned
till S o'clock.
At the evening session tho church was
tilled In spite of the riln storm which was
prevailing. Dr. A. G. Lane, of Chicago,
vice president, presided, and Professor N.
Murray Butler, president of the associa
tion, gave his annual address, "What
Know-ledge Is of Most Worth?"
After a solo bv Mis. Jay Robinson, ot
Denver, Dr. W. X Hallman, superintend
ent of the Indlnn schools, Washington. D.
C, spoke on "The Next Step In the Hdu
catlon of the Indians." He said education
was naturally tba first step In the civiliza
tion of the Indian. This could only be
given to the lounger persons, and to them
onlt after the breaking up of the tribal re
lations. Tho allotment of lands in sever.il
tt Is too radical a change for older In
dians; they fall In the new life, and thus
conceive hostility for the institutions of
civilization which makes effective work
upon the young very dlfllcult The In
dian? are In muny Instam ea immediately
surrounded bv the worst types of whites.
These areas have no Interest In tho In
dians within their borders Permanent
good 1. in only come when the states claim
trom the general government the right to
control and protect their Indian residents
and cnrit out the treatt stipulations by
which their consent to become citizens Is
as to i:.m)im; i.irrrEita.
"Your Obctllrnt Sorvaiit" the I'liraso Most
t'setl In i;nglnntl.
Prom the Now Tork Tribune.
It Is passing strange that In America nnd
Unglnnd there should exist so great a dif
ference In the manner ot ending a letter,
and in the application of tho words, "cor
dially." "faitbfullv," "sincerely," "truly"
Tho latter expiesslon In 1-nnl.ind Is never
used s ive by tradesmen or domestic serv
ants. "Cordially" Is seldom emploted, the
usual term being "Yours trull," or "vours
.sincerely," especially In the case of in
formal notes In formal and otlicial com
munications that commence with the word
"Sir" or "Madame," Hngllsh people invar
iably sign themselves "your obedient seiv
nnr," or "your humblo servant," no matter
what the rank of the writer may be. Thus
Princess Christlin of Schlesvvlg-Holsteln,
who Is that daughter of Queen Victoria
who takes the most active part In charita
ble schemes, signs all her circulars nnd
letters as president of the committee of
management with the words, "Your obedi
ent servant," prefixed to her name, even
when addies!ng letlred shopkeepers. In
the same way. tho merest clerk who hap
pens to receive . communication from a
cabinet mlnlsttr, perhaps acknowledging
the receipt of a petition, finds the august
writer describing himself as "Your humble
and obedient bervant."
SOUND JIU.NKY MI'.N CIIAI.I.KMiKt).
President Warner Invites Them to Discuss
the I'liianrlul Oiiistlou,
Washington. July 9 A. J. Warner, pres.
Went of tho American Blmetalllo League,
has written .t letter to Hon. Charles S.
Pali-child, chairman of the commltteo on
sound currency of the Itefnrm Club, New
York, In which he sajs; "The Blmetalllo
League respectfully invites the commltteo
011 sound currency to a discussion of tho
money uuestlon on distinctive propositions,
to be agreed upon, and to be carried on by
quittions and answers.
"I would suggest that not more than
live nor leas than three on .1 side be se.
lee ted to conduct the discussion, the dis
cussion to be hel I at such time and place
as may be agreed upon.
"Should this suggestion meet your ap
proval, I would suggest an early meeting
to agreo upon tho propositions to lie dis
cussed and the regulations under which tho
discussion shall tie conducted,"
iioveruor Culberson for Mlvcr,
Austin, Tex,, July 9. Governor Culber
son lo-day. In a letter to Hon. John Book,
lioul, cf Dallus, comes out for the fiee
and unlimited coinage of silver at hi to 1.
'Ihe free sllvtiltes of Dallas county will
hold .1 convci"on on the 23th, ant the
governor's letter Is for their benetlt. He
sajs whatever may be the result next
tear, he proposes to support tho Demo
cratic ticket, state and national. He pats
his lespects to Piesldent Cleveland rather
I'tillto Use Shotguns and l.og Chains.
Pranklin, lnd., July 9. In a row here
tO-nlght between u mob of toughs and tho
police, the latter used shotguns, and sev
eral persons were Injured. John Hender
son vvas seriously Injured and curled to
bis home. Seymour Jordan beat a man
Into insensibility and vvas afterwards shot.
Thomas McGraw was also badly wounded
by a bullet. Marshal Sellers organized n
posse, who attacked Ihe mob with stones
und lo.' chains and finally see ure d order.
The streets were crowded and great ex
citement prevailed for a time.
Don't wait until jou aro sick before trying
Carter a Little Liver Pills, but get a vial at
occo. You cin't lake them without Uasau
LDU E. riXKHAM'S YEUDTABLB
n Donollls Three (Jenorntlonai
tsr itrtAb to ora LAM StttitRS j
"t Inve tiod L,dln K. Vn hatni
Vegetable Compound" In my (atnlly ten
years with the het ot results.
" Before taking It I bid falling of tho
womb; such bearlnn-tlnwn paln, hack
ache, and kidney trouble. I hail had
eight children, ami was approaching tho
change of life.
" 1 took the I.yiHa V Plnkliani's Vege
table Compound and I.hcr Pills; was
cut cd of all my troubles, nnd passed
throtiuh the clinngo all rlplit, and now
nm tlfty-foiir years old and well. Mv
daticliter had catarrh of the bladder, and
It cured her. I send you my picture w Ith
my grandson, whoso mother wns cured
by jour remedies. 1 will recommend
vbur Compound to every hotly." Mlts.
' ! t.v. I'.itchosue, l.:I.
ELKS WILL DWELL IN UNITY,
It Is Only a Question of Arranging netnlli
for l'e.ito Between tho Two
Atlantic City. N J , July 9. The grand
lodge 11 P. O. 13. convened In Morris
Gunrds urtnorv at noon to-dny. Grand Ex
alted Killer 13. B. H.iy, of Washington.
D. C. presiding, The roll call showed
that 151 out ot a totnl of 2T5 lodges in the
countiy wete represented, including nil
the largest lodges except those located at
Cincinnati, Louisville, St. Louis nnd Buf
falo. In his reply to the address of wel
come extended hy the mayor, Grand Ex
alted littler Ilav Indicated that the peace
negotiations will be immediately brought
befote the lodge It Is- only a question of
arranging details now ns to tho general
terms of settlement of all dlfteiences be
tween tho two factions.
When the convention assembled this nft
ernoon, the hall was ctowded. During the
noon hour tho question of bringing up the
factional fights began, the Hnv and Det
wller factions were discussed, but It was
llnnll! decided to lay it over until to
morrow This question will not occupv
much time, as It Is pietty well settled that
there will bo no light Meade Detwller,
grand exalted ntler of the Buffalo faction,
met Sam Martin, a prominent member ot
the other faction, and taking his own B.
P. O. n bulge ftom his own brenst, pinned
it on Martin's lapel. This seems to bo
the general feeling among tho delegates.
The llrst business before the convention
this afternoon vvas the reading of the
grand secretary's report. The report
shows that twentv-three new lodges were
admitted dm ing the past tear, nine being
from the Buffalo faction The total re
ceipts during the year were $9,000. and
there is $2,000 tet remaining in the trcas.
ury. After this report had been read.
Grand Exalted Chief Ituler Hat's annual
address was delivered lie spoke for al
most 1111 hour. He said the anti-club, nntl
Sunday legislation indorsed hy the order
nt a previous session was contnuy to the
principles of the order. He also pal a
ttibute to the theatrical profession, as the
founders of the order and said that this
class ot members were still actively en-
gagca in vv 01 King ror me goou 01 me cue-. ,
During the course of his remarks, the I
grand exulted ruler outlined a plan where-
bv a supienie lo.lge migni e creaieu, out
no recommendation was made. The elec
tion ot ofllcers will take place on Thurs
day. The Botal Baking Powder malntnins
Its vigorous hold on the public, nnd ts ac
tive and .iRgiesslve against tho Impure and
inlurlous baking powders palmeel off on tho
A MO.NM-LK CACaOKY.
Goiernlilellt Cigarette Works at StuMo
enrl) It.OOO Ciuploves,
One of the sights of Seville, Spain, which
no tourist misses, Is the cigarette factor,
In which the government einplo.vs nearly
2,000 women und girls, sat tl.e Pmsburg
Dispatch The showing about of visnors
Is according!! looked upon as a regular
sourere of income by the porteis arid ma
tron. After cutting permission to enter
j ou are placed in charge of a matron who
shows jou through ht r own den.utment
and then passes tou on to nnothei and
so on, until your stock of pesetas and half
pesetas, put aside lor fees, is exhausted
These mations nceompnnj the visitors,
not In older to pi event the girl-, from .lin
ing with them (nothing could do than,
but to see that no tobacco, picadura or
cigarettes may disappear I3t fore enter
ing each room n bell Is lung to vvnrn tho
girls, who are In great deshabille on in -count
of the sun. to put on their wrappers,
and us the door opens scores of round
arms nnd pretty shouldeis ate seen dis
appearing, while several hundred pairs of
coal black etes are (lashed on ton
The passages inn lln d with ci. idles, and
the joung girl rnothen to whom
they belong Implore ton with etes and
hands for .1 penny for the Murlllos of the
future it Ing in them. These girls are more
frank than subtle In their tllrtutlcns. Them
is not one in the crowd who will not be
immediately conscious of a man's gare
Used on her, nor will she be the llrst lo
turn her etes avviij. Some will wink and
even throw a kiss from a distant .orner
ut the itch Inglese (all torclgners are sup
posed to bo wciilihv Englishmen)
They are a m irt lot, on the whole, thes.i
poor girls, the quickest of whom onlt ntakn
2 shillings a ditv, lor which they have to
toll ten to twelve hours. They aie al
lowed to hinokn If thet wish and they
make use ot this privilege, Thet are re
maikabij deft in rolling the . uurettes
but not all seem euger to make as many as
possible, for some aro Idling and others
nr asleep, but no on tarcH as each on
Is paid at cording to the numbei she twists
up, aided onlt bt n piece of specially
made cartridge paper and a small tin af
fair on her little linger.
a t'oi.ou casti: i.i.m:.
"Tho ex-sluves of Alabama nie piep.irlnsT
to organize an bhmk IiiiIoii 10 which nono
of the lute-day negroes will be admitted.
After tho nssocl ulon has been organUed
it is intended to hive state associations,
nnd then tako lu nil tho old-time negroes
of tho sl.ive-boldlng states. The movement
In Atlanta Is In the bands of J W Ed
wnrels. a contracini, who used to belong to
one of tho wealth! planters of South Car
And wbv not. ninv
These ex-slav cs "ht-
Innirtil" 10 the bt st families in the South.
und they base their claims to social supe.
rloilty upon their uristocintlp connections
liefoie tho war, in good brteding and Im
posing beating It would be hard to tint!
ibeir equals even among tho best educated
of what they sometimes condescendingly
cafl "tlie I ile-day nc-groe-. " Many of Ihem
1 njoyed social adv.intus.csj of the highest
Older. 'Hie old house servants hail con
stantly before- their eyes sonm of the best
ttpes of ladles ami geuttemtu to be found
In the world. They studied the manners,
of their musters find mistresses, imitated
their stile of conversation and Insenslblt
modeled themselves, In nil particulars, aft
er the line examples beiora them. Many
years of freedom have not impaired their
good breeding, nor their pride in the social
school In which they vveie brought up.
They feel that they belong to u socially
distinguished class, that thet have a past
worth cherishing and piesetvlng, and that
they have a light to bo exclusive Why
should they not found a soclett of their
own, based on their social traditions? Pos
sibly If they were to Investigate the sub
ject closely, they would be able to dis
cover many deeds of merit and rouraga
performed by their ancesters In Colonial
and Itevolutionury times, which would en
title them to form Kevolutionary and Co
lonial societies. At present thet only pro.
pose to go back to tho general period in
time designated by the phijse "before tho
war," The Colonial and Itcvolutlonary
pedigree may, and probably will, coma
later. Baltimore Sun.
Killed In a Coal Mine,
South Mc-AIester. 1. T, July 9. (Special.)
Paul Lawrence was Instantly killed at
Coalgate, I T, this morning, while work
ing in a. coal mln.