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THE KANSAS CITY JOUUNAL, THURSDAY, JULY 18. IftOo.
CARROLL'S GOOD RIDING,
til: Pit, oti:i tiint:i: n mi: minnm
hi virninv url:mvv.
O.ttcnny, l.lllle. ll and t'.illrrlor Were
I tin VtliiiiliigTiitnrllcs-Hlntiihc Ketn
nnil U ti.irtli tlic oilier Mu-
ti i r"Hr hot whf Mrinn ystef
. , h. fherrtwrncler rfthglttft up "1"""
t ,n the Miade .ill the afternoon, ho'
i i. w.m kk1 crowd al Rxfw-itlon
. !' par, aibl lh live etehtH Which
v.. .-cider! ftirMltW ROM 1MM. Tne
, cor enjoyed a very flood day. three
i n backed favorites landlfiR the
tt . ml the other Iwo race going in
, . , 1 tnil third choke, both of Which
c i . l msl Wable money,
:' i-in-ifwi rxwin nt ih lUr' tem
m ii... fine rldm of Wtrtlti )W mrt
i i- i...-nnc In th saiMle ntwr a
li ..f nine time. Carroll hail ttva
ti ,., iim.I hi landed three of them win
n i . being f avoriies and th other
a vc nd choice,
. innlh fnvofHe of the tiny -f
0 ...m. in the second race, at to '.
1 ' . Nell. Id the third race, at even
n .ii. mil r.Vlleetor, Iti lh fourth race,
n ' -' The first f.i, for Styear-oM.,
t MeCafferiy's Hfattehe Kern, well
I i i the stable money, at 4 to 1. and
t ". iaee wan won by l Gsrtta, Hoy,
'-'.n favorlie, not being We to
i ,i .-i ic the money.
i v i. wa mich a miKpietoiiily heavy play
Pi '! ii.ili..t, 111 thIM race, that the Judges
i .. j iii-.l and found Hint he hud been
pi., ii i shot of the "hop." and they hn.l
him walked tip and down th. lrtch until
!-,. iii.-t had died out, and thus spoiled
t t ...I thing. Alphabet finishing fourth.
- tor. the winner of the fourth race,
v ,- . M, e. to I'o foi.l for 110 ami nfter
h, ill won. !l-nry Simons run hid urlre
4 t . )i'. nt whli h prl.-o h" c.-nreil hliti.
T' Hint ri n ni fniir and n. IirIi
f i- . ' for 2 viir-ol.ly. lilll lo--ll tr
1(1 ii'iiit favorite, hut weight nf money
ii k j:ho lloltln Yluiy. r Hint Hiitlnn
) "i I'lnic. Ill.ini'hn Kern w.i li"
n i ii.. At the mt.-trt JUttlo Thaser
. in fr.mt, villi nill l'owell sei-on.l and
I.Ijiii ! Kern llilrd At the nu.irter
l'. in le K'-m hud run Into thu lcAif, whli-h
r'u k.pt to the end. Ilutlle Thnyer and
It'll P..A.II were mvnnil slid third from the
quarter, and ttni'hed thnt wny.
The so. ,ml rare mis nt live and onr-linlf
luri,.n.. welirwetcht. iind there wits n
ron i: pny tin (Jntewny. John I., Ilruwti
WC id and Jleierlrt, (itttrwai' helnc (he
Iiiv.iri'- at the pout. Ilrownu'ood Hhowed
in -ittif whim they hroke. hut the llcht
weiu! el Arthur DuvIh iintckly hemled him
nn i Pi.ide the ruDiilriK to the stretoh. In
the. last .'iKhth lintewuy rnme uii from the
rfnr vl,h a rurti. and, entehlm; Arthur
i.nl- iv s-ixieenth out, beat him easily.
J hn p wan third.
I-ir i lie third rnee at l and one-half
f- r.r,n. the luihlle would lwivn uiHIilnir
li ' I. hi I.' Nell, and nhe was nlwayn un
w-i mor.ey favorite. Monk Ovetton was
t-r oil I hohe when the liettlnp opened, hut
thi tn.iney came In o fast on Alphithet
that he whk cut down fiom fl to 1 to Mo 3
in nut time, while Overton went up to 4
to 1 Mimk Overton made the running to
the fu,irter, where Alphahet wns In front,
iv. th iivrton Hfcnnd and l.lttle Nell third.
On "i ' Im.'k streieh Mule Nell easily went
tn the fmnt and won. .Monk Overton rami'
on fin In the Ftreteh and pecttred the
pin e l.v a, nose from Mlmo.
l-ar ih" totirth rare at coven furlongs
Collector was made the f.ivoritc, Willi Jo
sephine a Komi seeond eholre. Josephine,
n imi'il, nt out the runnlnc. with vlrcln
Jle and iolletor elose up to the quarter,
(vher,. I'olleetof went Into seeond plneij.
A' 'he half I'olleetor was In front, and he
rma tied there to the end, winning- hnnd
Jl J. u.. pliine laHted Ions enough to beat
Vlrcin oiu for the plaee.
The 'i-t rare was at live furlontra nnd
Tln i-r-. nltiff at even money, wils hanked
down to 1 to 2. la tiartla Was the seconil
ohoi r. hut her prlee teeeded from 2 to t
nt 'he opening to S to 1 at the post, rur
r '' I a I I-'i (.i.irtla'n tione in front when
He ll.i-- dropped and he kept It there to
the tiniii, wlnnlnp with eam from Clus
Sirau-- and Thurrnan, which flnihod second
niel th rd: rtoy iva. never better than
firm iii the race, the weight telling on
t'tr i nee Four nnd a half furlonss; I
'f ar-ol 'h Charles MeCafferty's Ulanehc
Kern t.lk. f., Imp. Albert I,ndy Kllzabeth,
1 ilte.fri, 4 to 1. won; Ualtle Thayer, 102
(,T hn'-i. 7 to :.. ser.mil; 1)111 Powell. 112
(. are,,'li. 2 to!, third. Time, 0:TS. fnmllle
P Mi"- S.. Cora S. and Whittle also ran.
Sc i 1 raee Five and a. half furlong.
. , in, Moran's Gateway, b. h., I, Oetn
i,n Minnie B 142 (Canolll, 3 lo 2, won:
r h r I vis-. Ill fPredle), 10 to 1. gerond;
J.t. V 139 flyneh). .1 to 1. third. Time,
3 , P.it Lee, Uridpet. lien Harrison,
X.- im n.iod and Hesnria ao ran.
T ' i.i,eSix and u halt furlonKB. E.
Oa. v - Little Nell. Br. in., 6. keonntiiH
C,r . M. li; (Carroll), even, won: Honk
f'- i 115 (Melntyre). i to 1, ceeond;
I. in'- m (W. William. 3ft to 1. third.
T n- l X John It.. Alphabet, Furlong,
C,i i hi I Arkiinftm Traveli-r alo ran.
I t ace Seven furlonKB. Or. It. I).
j ."Alienor, b. h.. a. Wym.dotte
f'v i'i,irn.'y,llO (Melntyre), 3 to '.'.won:
J 107 (.Mason), h to 2, seeond: Vlr-
u '! iSioiiu. in to 1, third. Time 1:31.
- !. Pot Hoy, ni. hard T. and Alva
I "h raee -Five furlonss. Sanborn
5 t - I..i (iartla, br. m 4, Annel Mlio,
ii '. 105 (Carroll). 3 to 1, won: tins
K'i . ' (rteiff). 12 to 1. econrt; Thur
i ii t.3 i Colic) I, 10 to 1, third. Time. 1:01.
? r I Murphy, Wanda, T., Iloy nnd Deck
ll : ir.
I.ntrlrs ror To-dny's Itari".
' .ir,- live frreat raee, on the i-ard for
t . nid the talent will have their handx
fil iiik the winners. In the lnt three
t i ! Held will be composed of the
f . i t Imrses at the track and the (.port
o ' ir, prove uiiuhuhIIv exeltlnis. Fol
J, ..re the entries and welsht:
i i, i Three-quarters of a mile: pell
i lmp..rtune. lfc; Camden. 102; Wild
T- ' ..'; Cmft, 1"2; Joe Tlarvey. 1(;
3 r - i.... p.,,ille Mills. MO, Karl H., 102;
I, m '1'inie, pr'. Leiimbrla. 102.
te ul inee Thrue-qiiapler of n mile.
J , I. on. lit; llelte Stout. 110; Fair Knlpht,
1" K in-im Uirl. Ill; Poll Tax, Jl; Victor
3 . Wdpel.-l,l, 105; Maple Leaf. 117;
in'. Tr.iU, los; Vnclo John, 120; Martha
8n h HI.
Th '. race Nlne-slxteenthii of a mile.
t ii in in, 103; Little Kit. 90: La (lurtla
J lie tie riimpbill. !i7; John lloone. S2.
N'l!-' I'.iKteil, m; Jerquet, 101 : Liley Day,
ji j', nit i, i'j; i.onifieiiow, tui.
1'o.nii rai . Three-qiMrt.-r of a mile,
I r. Pill. Iftl: Carrie Wllnoii. 93; r.una,
1 n i i ..ham, Pin: Kihuvlklll, 107: Rob Car
i ' .l.ittw.iv. HI; Little Gear, 101.
I Liee-Thvee-quarteffc of a mile;
I i llii-neria, Pfl; Murph), 102; MImi
v '" ('hnrlle Weber, loj, P.d Qlenn,
i i NVooliiiHn. 10S; Darwin Wedirwood,
li d ti e S., 105; Binperor Kllle!. 102.
Mike Dttjer Coining Koine.
N'r n market, July 17,MlehaPl F, Dwyer,
Ir, iiiMihatloii with a mpreki'iiutlve of
the AffciKlated Presn to-day, tald he ex-X'-tR
to matt for New York early In Aug
ust with his trainer. Hardy Campbell. .t
the Fame time he added that the reports
cm ilat.d as to Int. giving up his trtilnlnic
l-'ibie here and .'hanging his Joekey and
lnn,,r, were nnfuiindeil. .Mr. Dwyer has
rm ari.niHed bin plan for 1SH and It Is
probabic he will dispone of his horse, Harry
Ji. I. lji fore If aviiiB.
Slinm- the 10'-ke expects to ride In
th-- l'i,i'"l siatts in me autumn, and will
1 ,v ti.r New .i"-k ivo soon as his nr.
rinann, r.ts are r oni loti'.l to proneiuite the
rn-papr wlilili nritilnate.) the story of
li"i liavunr driven a hort.e to death In a
ri duainst time from Nenmaiket to
Crimbrl !-e und back agdlii.
T1-- r.vnln Htandard, commentiiig upon
the arpearuncc of Michael F. Dwyer's Don
Al"i.o at .Sewni.ukrt to-day. In the sell
JnR plate for all ages, says: Don Alonxu
Jr,,.ke.i h. tter than the Ukt tlmo he ap
pealed, but he wus not backed like one
t'i. Amrlean good thlniis. Ills apnea r
:i,ie in the paddock, clothed in a tint"
white sh". t, W(lfc iincdiiny and reminded
one of an erju'no shast."
AViiinem at Dal, Icy,
C n ipnatl. (j., July 17,-Tha ' me.e of
thr ,i. at thi. tiakUy ua.'k was a handl
cip at u mile apd an eighth, won by The
Ii nmasier, in local n.ord tlino of 1:51
T atnndjiice was viry larea for un nrf
CJ-. .it. I the ttack fast Fabla, the wlngiar
.1.- i.tsi irt.-c, wiiK nt'Me, trom 30 to 12
t ! a. :. iii time. Suuiluarle:
. )'r' ra sielllng; live furlong. Stra-
t'rdii to I. won, IU Uookli. 7 to 1,
d n i Fi. tful 7 to j, third Tint. 1UI2U
rif 1. 1 race- Purse; sevm furlougi. Leh"
ma', 1 to S, won; Vassal, 13 to 2. second;
M. I'-r, 10 lo l. third. Time. t:.7.
I ii I race Selling; live furlonss. Twit
I irk. ' to I. won; Daisy Itolander, S to I,
h ,i. I Prin ss Jtoyal, l.l to l, third.
i i rt. i , r Haicli' ap, onr. miif atir an
r filth rt r lr-.rnii'-lfr. ,1 to 2 won 1'r.i.
ase. . i l trror ,, 00rbei-, ti lo 1, thirl
Jr'lith race Sclllne; one mile. Fabu, IS
to 1, wort; tllmer v.. to 1, second; Olo
rlnn.t, M to I, third. Titn. l:li.i.
CHAMPION TARGET BREAKERS.
j.Mhd I.i nf I he Sfhiiirlrrr .MliUiuntner
Iniinuini'iil- lhe .'core nnd
The !'hme7.rr midummT tarpM liool
ing tournameni n.m lonllntted yettlerdHy nt
Fitlfttinuni Mrk. nnd nm lhert wan ft
large attemlin-i' nnd many entries In the"
inrloiw even!.. All the lt evenl oh th
lv' programme were finished, with tni
et-epnon of hootine off tt ties In the
Fnirmnirnt p.trk ent, which will he done
A nfi the ilmt day. the work ff the ?hrnt
ftr a. flrot-cla. nne and hemore being
pretty ll rllmrlhuted. tleorgeh.lrm. J.e,
Calhoun. Metlhaney and Ilorion Were the
lu.'k winners of the tlrxt prUten In ihe fire
event? hlch were decided, nnd lhe second
and third pme were well dpllt lip.
fnterrst In the toumdmenl nrtw cniters
in the urat championship dhoot foe the
fl.-hmel..r .-up, nt im tarpets, whlclt la
.hediil.'d for l o'clock thl nfternmtn. nd
m which there will he from twetitp lo iwcn
ty.flVe entne. cr.mprnlnt! the pick of lhe
profeMdonal nd .tmaletir shooter who a.re
in attendant upon the lottrniiment. The
ofn.-kii estimate that the nmn who brMki
ninety or the !') Iarget will lti lhe prute,
hut It l altogeth-r likely that the winneti
Will have to do even better than thai.
Th .poflemn wore very much Interested
If) the elthlhltlon of the work Of the KMg
Jorgtenwin ammunition, that im lately
been adopted for use u lhe repitlar nrmy.
An ngeni of a powder home, with n Win
cheoter rule, loaded with a Krag-.!nrgeiioti
cartridge, shot a Jto.calllnr steel Jaiket bul
let through forty pieces of pine, each two
Inches thick, and later fnt ii couple of
bullets through a black walnut tree, eight
een Inches through, then through two
pless of pine, each two Itichen thick, and
then on through a buss Wood tree not less
than thirty Inch's In lhlekne.!. The shoot
ing wag a surprise to all, as II was the
first work of the new ammunition and bul
let ever done hete.
The tlmt event yesterday was the IlnssnH
rwdr Company event, nt fifteen target,
(leorgeneon and Henfv tied on 13 and In
the atiool-Off fleorgeneon woi the winner.
Duker won second prize by shooting out
the ties on II and Sexton captured the third
prlxe bv shooting out lhe tle on )3.
in the Hunt.'r Arms Company event,
Lllej, ltetut and Sexton lied for (list prlxe,
with 2A each, and Llles won In the liiit
off. Second prize was taken by Horton,
who shot out the other tlri on 21. nnd the
third prize was won bv W. D. llush, who
tied with four others, on 23.
In lhe I). Kidney A.- Hon event there
wero live in the tie on 20, and Calhoun won
In the shoot-orr. Second prize was won by
tlllbert and third prize py Harre.
In the Winchester Itepeiitlng Arms Com
pany event, which was the mot Ititercstlm:
shoot of the dav, each man shot at forty,
live targets, ttimtvn three nt n time. Ale
Ilhaney Fiico-cded In breitklng W and won
first prize; Pease captured second prize
with 2 and II. U. Hush took thltd prize
In the I.efover Arm Contptny event
Horton, Ilarre and Hewanl tied for tlrst
prize with 2."., and Horton wiik the winner.
Second prize was won by Llndeiman, who
bad to break 33 targets before winning the
shoot-off, and third prize went to Gilbert,
who had to hreak 21.
In the Fall mount park event Seward,
Horn and Parker tied on 2o for llrst prize;
Norton. Sexton and Sergeant on 21 for sec
nnd prize, and nine on 23 for third prize.
These ties will be shot olT to-day.
Following are the scores:
Hazard Powder Company event 15 tar
get?. First ptire. one keg smokelrs pow
der; second, one-half keg smokeless pow
der: third, one-fourth keg Finokeles pow
der. Osgood H, Gilbert ll, r'liristliinson 13,
(.reorgeiifeon !". Iiruns 6, Howard 12, Krhart
13, Calhoun 12, Mcllhnney II, SeMon 13,
Green 13, Menafee 10, i:slg 12. Heed tl,
Hush (W. D.) 12, Mason 13, Foster ?. Miles
S, Stevenson (George) 9, Cosby 12, Lerompt
9. Smith , Harlow 13, Jones 12. Clark It,
Norton S. Gottlelb 7, McWIiorter S. Harre
2, McQueen 10. Spencer 12, Itncst 13, Wil
liams N.) 10, llnrklns 14. Stewarl II. Jen
kins 11, Mnlloy li, Sergeant 13, Morgan 9,
Green (C. W.J 2. Dixon 11. Thornton 10,
Dixon (C.I II. linker II, Henry 15, Hollcn
back S. Shtiert 2, Leeman 12.
Hunter Arms Company event 25 targets.
First prize, one A. Smith Hummer-lens
gun; second, ono leather gun case; third,
one Thourmsn shooting blouse. Osgood 21.
Gilbert 23, ChrlRtlaiiMJn 23, (leorgenson 22,
llruns 13, Soward 20, Mnlloy 20. Seigeant
19, Morgan 17, Green (C. W.) M, Dixon (A.)
In, Thornton 21, Horton 24, Ilees S. Hush
(W. D.) 23. Mason 18. Foster 19, Miles 12,
Ksslg 19, Spencer 23, llnrklns 22. Iluest 25,
Jenkln 19, Stewart ID, Hnrre 21, Norton
15, Gottlelb 17, McWIiorter 17, Snoddgrash
10, LIIch K, Harlow 19. Clark 22. Williams
(N.) 22, Stanley 17. Ted 22, Llnderman 21.
i-jrhnrt 21, Calhoun 21. Mcllhnney 23. Sexton
23, Green 21. Menafee 22. Clyde 20. Kit IB,
Smith (W. P.) 20, Jones IS. Klnmuth IS,
Hlekmers 21, Laldlow lO.Stevenson 21, Cosby
21, Lerompt 15. tlush (H. O.) 12. McQueen
19. Dixon (C.) 10. Buker 22. Henry 21, Hol
lenbnck 13. Shuert 17. Smllh (L. C.) 0, Horn
21. Hoblnson 17, Copplnger 7, Werk II, Wil
liams (J. H.) 7, Fetgerson 16. Cohron 13.
Allen 22, Thomas 11, Ulackburn 17, HUlott
D. Kidney X- Son event Twenty targets.
First prize, one duck boat; second, one pair
spoon oars; third, one folding boat seat.
Osgood 20, Gllbort 19, Chrlstiam-on 10.
(leorgenson 20, llruno 10. Sergennt 18. Mnl
loy 15. Soward 12. Laldlow II, Green (C.W.l
It. Dixon (A.) 13. Thornton 19, F.rhart 19.
Calhoun 20. Metlhaney 20. Sexton 10. Green
17. Menafee 19. HiMlg 12. Harlow 12. Haw
kins 17, Ituest 13. Jenkins 13. Harre IS, Nor
ton 17, Gottlieb 16, McWhorter 10, Clark 17.
McQueen 15, Spencor 12, Snoddgrass 15, Ted.
17, Williams (J. H.) 7. Klnmuth 10, Ferger
son 13, Stewart lo, Werk II, copplnger 0,
Ilohinson 15, Horn 16. Clvde IS. Illckmers
15, Cosby 15, Lemnn r,, Horton 10, Mason
15. Hush (W. II.) S. Dees 7, Miles 6. Dixon
(C.) II. Huker 20, Henry 1. Shuert 9, Hol
lenback 12, Lecompt 11, Morgan 11, Steven
son IS, Allen IC. Cohorn 12, Crosby 11.
Winchester llep.atlng Arms Company
event Forty-five targets. First prize.Wln
chester repeating rajlf; second, sole leather
gun case; third, all wool sweater. Huker
22, Osgood 21. Sewnrd 20, Pease 2. Llnder
man 25. Smith 23. Ohnstinnson 19, Gilbert
27. Mellhaney 29, Ituest 23,Gottlleb 21. Itltk
mers 21. Itusb (H. ().) 27, Hickman 21.
Smith 22. Jntifs 15, Stone 16.
I.efi-ver Arms Company event First
prize, l.efever luimmerless gun: second
prize, one-quarter keg Wood powder; third
Ia .-n. I 't.lViiirirni n mi I r rr nn-i t
II I-, MI4- 'HliJIi iimiivmih ' (,, 141"
iart 21, Calhouln 21. Mcllhnney 2.1, Sexton
21, Green ii. Mnnfee 21. Horn 21 Ilohin
son 23, Hush HI. O.i 21. Snoddgrnss 72, Ser
geant 20, Morgan 19, 1-111 21, Dixon (A.) 22,
Thornton 22. Lerompt 17. Holcnback 21.
Shuert II. Henry 21, Halter 21. Dixon (C.i
21, Clark 24, Spew er 17, McQueen 20. Hruns
12. Mason 21, Seward 25, Horton 25, llnrklns
0, Kfgig 2. Hush (IJ. O.i 32. Stewirt 20,
Osgood 23, Loomis 20. Clvde 21 Bush llV. D.)
20, Ted 21, Leeman 20, Cosby 22, Llnderman
21, Herman 13 Miles 11, Jenkins 17. II.'
Whorter IS. Fergerson 16, Stevenson 17.
Tilcumt-ra 19. Harlow 19. Thomas 17. Will.
lams J. H.I 19. ttuebl 21 Blackburn 13.
Peebles S, Stevenson 21, Chrlstlanson 23,
Gilbert 23, Norton 20. Gottlieb 32. Georgen
son 22, Harre 25, Meeker II. Hurshey, 21,
Lamb 17, Laldlow II. Pew IS, Mike 17.
Trolling Meeting nt l.emcniiorlh,
Loavenwortb. Kas., July 17. (Special.)
The fourth annual meet of the Leaven
worth Breeders." and Live Stock Associa
tion began In this city to-day with some
of the tastest horses In the country. The
attendance for the opening day, consider
ing the extreme hot weather, -was good,
the estimate being placed nt 2,0j people.
2 30 pace: purse 5100,
Ligmont , ...
MiDonald Mcaregnr ..
Lady Uusset ...........
1 1 1
! K 2
3 2 3
5 4 3
I 3 4
S S 5
tl '' S
Dr. Hushing ...
7 7 7
IT. lUlflllllK ....,..,.. CtMM,,Mt
Tlme-3:3, !:8W. arfSg.'
2:3T trot: liurWirtH
Jit-X I'liqe ,
,.,,..1 12 12 1
i l 0 I 1 2
Itlnple 1'..... ,.a J 3 & 3d
14 3.', lis
J J S ids
tme-S.JBU. S:33. 2:114. Srif. S:SJ. MU
Two.year-old trot; :() es; purse IMft,
Falinount t a l
Kva Wright ,..j t 2
ftura Avis ,, j s
Moitette ,,,,.., 4 I I
tW'!',, 2:40. 3:31. '
Yiarlli.g trot; Half mile; purse on.
T. Mi. HI- ! ,. l 1
Cirn Clero , , 2
Silw rlne 2 s
i:agl Howling Club.
At the roll of the Has)s on the lioynl
allrrt, last night the following scores wire
.. , . . Strikes. Total.
"elnbart is ,U16,3
Jnrst ii &s
Clark u MB
Wtllock n sfi
Toole , 7 si-!
McDonald ...to ,n
Peck 9 Jss
lUtcblcr 7 lyj
American II, ni lint Club.
The Americans bowled as follows on the
lir.Jii'1 alleys last lysht.
, r Strikes. Spares. Total.
J 1 . e ... 9 j p .
J; f k'r .- l 10 46
F kr n ., l e,'
A l.'-'gan , ,. , 6' u 4-j
A. Johnson 1 11 J$5
HASTINGS WAS HIT HARD,
OltAM) HAPIIIS 1IAII A "tLflKHMl
Mltl'.AK AND MO.V HAStt.V.
1l.e Hold Hug lilt the Hill nt Will While
lhe Utiles Did Nothing Willi iloiies
A Iter I he fourth Indians polls
and Detroit linn.
Grind Hnplds. Mich . July 17. -(Special I
Grand ftaplds balled oul the third came of
the ,'efies In-day nnd won In a walk. Hnsl
lrisn wns Imtteil all ovrr lhe uM from
start to Mulsh, and the liardMl Ihlng thnt
Grand llnplds had to do was to gel out
after thr game had strung nlong for tw-o
hours nmt a quarter.
The tietrlltig nf the visiting tratn was not
tip to thp HVrrttge, ten errors being made.
Hastings wits batted for 27 lilts, with a lo.
tnl of ;i3, duplicating the game of Decora
ltlne ojiened the second Inning with a
double and Klustnnn got n single. Unlit
se.oied on lly-iutls to the field. Nlchol got
away with a triple In the opening of the
third. Hernou nnd Hnttleld got singles,
HnMIng n double nnd Connaughton a
home run. This ended the run getting un
til the ninth Inning, when two doubles net
led one run. .
Hustings pllehed easy ball nfter the fifth
nnd wn hit so hard that lhe Grand Itnplds
boys ran buses until tliplr necks were long
All. 11. 111. Hit. TO. A. K
Wrlttht. e. f 7 2 3 0 2 0 0
Cdtn'pbell, I. f. ... 7 3 3 0 2 0 0
Cassi-lay. lb 7 T. 4 0 15 1 n
Cnrrndl, r. f 7 ,". C 1 3 n fi
Motnuv c 5 1112 0 0
Nllati.fi 2h .7231160
CallOpV,. 3b I 4 3 0 1 1 (i
WheeloVk. ss. ... r. I 1 S I 1 1
Jones, iv 7 0 0 0 0 3 0
Totals W J) 7 f. 27 17 1
AH. H. IH. SH. PO, A. K
Manning, 2b 5 110 111
Bergen, c f. 1 0 0 7 1 n
ConnniiKliton, ss.o 1 2 0 1 1 r.
Mine., c r 5 1 3 0 2 0 2
Kinsman, lb. .. J 1 2 3 S 1 n
NJehol, r. f ii 1 1 0 1 0 0
llemoti, 1. f I 1 1 0 2 0 0
Ilittlleld. 2b 3 1 1 t 1 1 1
Hastings, P 3 3 1 0 0 J 1
Totals 40 10 12 4 5 10 10
Junes out on foul strikes.
Score by Innings:
Grand ItaphL 7 2 10 2 0 9 2 f29
Kansas City 0 2 1 50 0 0 0 2-10
Karned runs Grand Itnplds, 11: Kansas
Two base hits Wright. Camplxdl, 2: Cas
sldv. 2: Carroll, 2; Nlland, Manning, lllnes,
2: Klusmnn. Hastings.
Three 1kio hit. Wright, 2; Nlchol.
Home run Conti'inghton.
Double plays Connaughton to Manning
Bases on balls Oft .lone, 2; oft Hastings,
lift by pitched ball.Hnstlngs,
Struck out By Jones, 2: by llnstlnes. 6.
Snirlllce hits Manning, Wright, Wheel
ock. Flrit base on errors Grand Ttaplds, f;
Kansas City, 1.
Ijeft on bates -Grand Ilaplds, 7; Kansas
Time of game 2:15.
I'mpl re Sheridan.
IVcstern l.eaguo Mnnillng.
Won. Lost. P. C.
Indianapolis to 21 (525
Kansas City 37 29 Ml
Detroit 37 29 Ml
St. Paul 35 32 522
Milwaukee 35 32 522
MlnneniinllH 2S 37 131
Terre Haute 35 ,",s W7
Grand Itnplds 27 43 3W
Terre Haute, 4; 1iniieiipnl, n.
Terre Haute, Intl., July 17. Score:
Terre Haute ..0 1 0 0 0 0 2 1 01 S 2
Minneapolis ...0 0 0 1 0 o 0 n 2-3 6 o
Batteries Nops und Itoach; llealy and
Milwaukee, 4; Indlanapollr, 7.
Indianapolis, Ind July 17, Score:
Indianapolis ....'. 0 0 10 0 0 0 17 11 2
Milwaukee .. ..0 110 110 0 Ol 12 3
Batteries Dammon and McFarland; Itett-
ger and Uolan.
M. Paul, (Ml; Detroit, 11-11.
Detroit. Mich., July 17. Score, llrst game:
Detroit I 0 0 0 0 1 0 S 011 14 2
St. Paul 0 00330000 1! I
Batteries Whltehlll und Twlneham; Jones
In the rtrat Inning of the seeond gamo
Pickett kicked very hard on a close de
cision and was ordered out of the game.
A general wrangle ensued and the visit
ors refused to play unless he be continued
In the game. I'mplre C'aullllnn waited the
required time, then declared the same for
feited to Dettolt, ll to 0.
National l.eaguo standing.
Won. Lost. P.
Pittsburg , 10 29
Balttmoui 37 3
Cleveland 43 31
Cincinnati 40 2ft
Boston 36 Zi
Chicago 42 33
Brooklyn S 30
Philadelphia 35 30
New York 31 32
Washington 21 30
SI. Louis 21 4S
Louisville 12 W
New Vork, :il M. Louis "
St. Louis. Mo July 17. To-dny'a game
was the best that has been seen hero (his
season. While the Giants won, the com
plaint agnlnst the umpire was very pro.
nount'ed. W. Clark, first baseman, was
struck by a ball in the ilrst inning and had
to retire, Captain Doyle succeeded him
and appeared at llrst for the llrst tlmo
In many weeks. Connor, of tho Browns,
notified Chris Von der Ahe that be had
concluded to retire from the diamond.
He has become dissatisfied with his work
of late. Score:
St. Louis 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 02 0 2
New Voik ....0 0 0 2 0 0 I 0 03 0 2
Batteries St. Louis, Hreltensteln nnd
Miller; Now Vork, Uerm.in and Wilson.
Cleveland, l.'l-lts IViltlinorc, !)-:t.
Cleveland, O., July 1". Cleveland took
two more gnmes from the llaltimores to
day. The llrst game was ft slugging match,
Wilson and Clurkson both being knocked
out of tho box. '.Immer won the gamo with
a home rim drive In the eighth, which netted
four runs. Pond's wlldness In the second
game, combined with the timely hitting,
gave the home team the victory, it was
called at the end of tho seventh Inning on
account of darkness. Attendance, 4,1m.
Cleveland ....00201 037 "-13 10 'i
Baltimore ...0 0 o I 3 n i o l a 1.1 3
Batteries-Cleveland. Wilson, Knell nnd
y.lmmer; Baltlmoie, Hoblnson. CMrKson,
Ksper mid Clark.
Cleveland 2 11 0 0 3 -fl B 3
Baltimore 0 0 2 0 0 0 1-3 5 1
Batteries Cleveland, Cunpy and Zlmmcr;
Baltimore, Pond and Robinson.
Chicago, 13; Philadelphia, 7.
Chicago. III., July 17.-Th Colts won to
day ill the fourth Inning, scoring an even
dossil runs on two gifts, iwo errors and
len hits. They also made !lu In the llrst
half of the seventh, but the game was
then called lo enable (tie Phillies to cat, h
a train. Anson was hit Just over the heart
by a swiftly pitched ball the last time nt
pat aii'i ti is . !
Attendance 2,'JW. Score:
Chicago 0 0 0 12 0 ft is li 3
Philadelphia 0 3 0 2 2 0-7 10 3
Bat trle Chicago. Thointon and Dona
hue; Philadelphia. Taylor, Buckley and
Hnktnii, Ll; ( Inilnuull, 13-11,
Cincinnati, O., July 17. The Beds won
two games In succession to-day by hard
batting at critical times. The second game
was culled at tha end of thu eighth in
ning on account of darkness. Attendance
Cincinnati .. .0 t i s n n o i 1-12 10 1
Boston 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 6 2
IlatterleH Cincinnati, Fore nmn and Mur
phy; Boston, Sexton and Hyan,
Cincinnati .... .. 0 1 0 2 0 0 1 2-6 12 1
Boston 0 0 0 0 0 1 01 9 1
Batteries Cincinnati, Ithlnes and Mur
phy; Boston, Sttvetts and Ryan.
PfelTer Will (in to New York.
Mulsvllle, Ky , July 17. Fred Tfeffer Is
to become u "Giant " and Inside of a week
he will bo wearing the uniform of the
New Yorkers, Negotiations for his re
lease from the Loutsvllles have been go-Ins-
on for some time, and when the East
ern team arrives to'mnirow the final nr
rangfinenl will be made Mr. Charley
Dfhler. of Die Ixiulsvllle 1 lull, said to-dny:
"Yes. 1-rcd la going to New York. I can't
say what the price will li. Itestrletlohs
placed bv the league hno been removed,
nnd 1 think that everything wilt be sntls
foctory." It was nln learned thai the
New Yorks orrercd Jt.rl for cinrk. The
nfffr wn not considered bv the Louisville
directors. An oilldal wM to-day: "We
dnnt woni to weaken the learn; wo want
to strengthen It,"
Southern League (lame.
Atlanta, (tn., July 17.-Allan(a, 12; Nash
,.NCw.?r,C.'n. ''"i J"ly 1T.-New Orleans,
11; Little flock 5.
Chattanooga, Tenn., .Inly 17,-Chntta-noogn,
7; F.vntisvlllc, 13.
Montgomery, Ala,, July 17,-Montgomcry,
6; Memphis, U.
Western AmneUllon (lame.
De Moines, la., July 17. Dm Molnt-f, IS;
St. Joseph, 4.
otiincy, ill., July 17-Itocktord, 2;
Omaha, Neb., July i;.-,tncoln, 17:
MUELLER'S ALLEGED SHORTAGE,
IVnrrnnt tsMieil for the Arret of lhe Loral
Agent nl the sclillu llrenlng
At 1! o'clock yeslerdny n warrnnl wns
lsiie.1 from Jtisllco lliiwtliorne'ft court
for Hie iirrrot of Henry I.. Mueller, of
1050 Hroailwtty, charging him with cin
bezzllng Jl.ono from tho Joseph Scltlltz
Hretvlng Compntiy, of Mllwnukeo. For
tho iniat ten yeiiis Mr. Mueller has been
resident agent for the Sclilltr. BitwIiik
Comnniiy In Knnsim Clly. nnd lm been
11 trusted employe, drawing n snlnry of
13,000 per your.
The charge Is preferr1 by .1. II. Mnti
chot, traveling auditor tor the company.
Iinrkless O'Gtndy npponr ns attorneys
for the pliilntlff.
In the lufiirtiiittlon lhe nmmitit nf the
embezzlement Is plnred nt ?l.noo. nl
tliougli the nclunl shortage Is believed to
be much larger. It Ik thought It will
nt least rench J.'.noO. Auditor Munchot
discovered the first Irregularity In Muel
ler's neroiintn on April 24. Mueller wits
summoned and told thnt he would bo
dlschnrgeil and prosecuted, Ho nsked
for time nnd took his cape before th
mnnngers nt Milwaukee. They told him
If ho would liquidate the iimount "f the
shoring!-, he would bo allowed lo remain.
He promised to do this nnd returned tn
Kntisns city. He foiled, however, from
month lo month, to replace any of tho
alleged stolen funds, nnd after giving
him ample time t show tiny tendency
In Hint direction, the company ordered
Mr. .Mnnchot to lllo the complaint, which
was done yesterday. With the warrant
Constable Spnngler went to Mueller's:
olllce, nt 0.'7 Stnte Line, but he could
not bo found, lie visited his residence,
but Mueller wan not there. At Justice
Hawthorne's olllce it was stated tlmt
Mueller was seen driving south on Main
street n bout 4 o'clock. It Is also under
stood that when Mueller Is ruptured, an
effort will bo made lo have the Informa
tion against him quashed, and permit
his wife, who Is said to be llnanclally
qunlllled, make good tho nmotint t the
At a late hour last night. It was
thought that Mueller, after leaving Kan
sas City In the afternoon, proceeded
direct to Kansas. About 10 o'clock a
strange man appeared nt H. Vv. Arch
er's livery stable. Fourteenth and Penn
streets, with .Mueller's horse and buggy.
He would not say whence ho came, nor
would ho give any Information as to
the u-herenboutx of Mueller. He left the
stable at once and has not been seen
BIG FIRE IN CINCINNATI.
Two rireineu Killed, eighteen People In
jured and 11 Lois of Nearly Half
n .Million Dollars.
Cincinnati, O., July 17. Two firemen
were killed nnd eighteen Injured at tho
lire that started In Seaman's tobacco ware
house this afternoon. Loss, $3Ck,(X) to
Of the Injured six nro in tho hospital
and twelve at their homes. This after
noon an alnrm. was turned In from box 13.
A big lire had Ftarted In the live story
hay and feed warehouse of J. H. Hormes
on & Co., nt Water and Walnut streets.
It spread so ,1.- to threaten the entire
square bounded by Walnut. Water, Vine
and Front streets, and another alarm soon
called out the whole flic depirtment. Tho
llnmes at times umc very near reaching
buildings ncro-i. the streets. Besides the
loss of proper! two llrcmen arc dead and
eighteen arc injured. It is believed the
lire originated Horn a match or cigar
slump thrown arelessly near the hay.
The warehouse went up like an explosion.
Then the tire spread to the Nelson, Morris
.t Co. 's large sial.les, but their large ware
house stood tire ,roof. The adjoining com
mission and tobiicio company warehouses,
however, went up like piles of kindling,
causing su.h 11 . ..nllagrntlon as to threat
en the north en.i of the suspension bridge.
George (. Brown had 80,000 hags of pea
nuts In his warehouse. They burned like
shavings ami wuh the building went tho
large tobacco wart-house of L. Seaman &
Co., which wa.i lull of leaf tobacco.
Y hen the walls of these warehouses fell
tho Hie spiead in all directions, damaging
Heymeyer Sons A: Co., Western dressed
coik company; Henry Hell A- Sons. At
2:30 the Front street walls tell, killing two
and wounding dghteen firemen, as al
ready stated. Simpson, a Itookkcepcr, and
Louis Busch were injured Internally. Simp
son Jumped from a second story window.
INVESTIGATING MR. H.ER0LD,
Pcrlillirly l'"inllt.tlc Methods Shown to
llao lli'i'ii Practiced by the Topcka
Klei iloim ('niiiiiiWslnner.
Topeka. Kas., July 17. (Special.) Gov
ernor Morrill's rroms were crowded to-day
with l.iwyeis and witnesses Interested in
tho hearing given Frank Ilerold, populist
commissioner of eloctlons at Topeka, who
had been given an opportunity lo show
cause why he should not be removed from
olllce, Tho sensation of the day was when
A. II. Qulnton read a demurrer to tho In
vestigation, in the course of which he
Intimated that the governor had promised
tp appoint II. H McMaster as commis
sioner before he had even commenced pro
ceedings against Herald. The attoriic was
swinging along at a rapid rate with his
charge when Governor Morrill interrupt
ed him with tho remark: ".Mr. Qulnton,
that is false. Hvery word of 11 is false as
far as it relates to me. I have never matin
such promises to anyone." It was shown
by the testimony that the Republican had
a great deal of trouble in registering Re
publican voters ami that any sort of pre
text served Mr. Heiold In his eir..rts to
reduce the Republican majority. Finally
It was placed in testimony that Ilerold
had bought certain leglsirntlon books from
the Campbell Pilntlng Cuiiii.itn. of Kan
sas City, tor W, but when the bill reached
the city It wan lor i, which was paid,
'lhe defense seemed lo be unprepared for
this te-tlmoni una usked for live days In
which to answer it. An adjournment was
then taken until next Tuesda) The case
against R. c. Foster, commissioner of
elections at Kansas City, Kas., will be
taken up on Friday.
NO HOPE F0RSTAMBUL0FF,
llruln Trouble Is Ail.lc.l to the Complica
tions f Urn en-Premier nf Bulgaria
anil lie Will Die,
Bona, July 17. 5 p. in. The condition nf
e-Preinler StamhuIoiT is worse, nnd symp
toms of cerebral affection have developed.
His right eye Is not gouged out like lhe
other, but he has lost tho sight of It. The
doctors in attendnuco upon tho patient
glvo no hope ol his recovery. Nevcrthe.
less, thr government organ, Mir, an
nounces Unit he will be resloied to health
In a few weeks.
A reward of 10.IKH funics has been offered
for the discovery of his assailants.
Constantinople, July 17. The attempted
assassination of ex-Premler St.itnbuloff at
Sofia, Bulgaria, caused a great sensation
hero, und seilous events In Bulgaria aiu
looked forward to. In fact. It Is riivdliiti'd
that the whole Hastern question will be
The Turks are actively constructing
earthworks at Mustapha Pasha, In Rou
inelld. and a inountlu battery lias been
dispatched lo Hie I'skuh dlstiict, Troops
have been sent fiom Salonlca to quell a re
ported Insurrection near Strumllzau.
St. Peteishurg. July 17. The Novoo
Vrcmya. referring to the attempt lo assas
sinate ex-Premier Btambuloff, of Bulgaria,
expresses the opinion the government of
Ddnce Ferdlnan I may bavo played with
the life of M Stambuloff by biinging him
to trial. In any case, the Novo Vrcmya
adds. It was a barbatous deed, and revolts
not only thu friends but the foes of the
tub doctor's coLunN.
lJchnld. Chlourn I nm crenilt- troubled
at limes with ft clutching sennntlon of the
heart, which seem lo stop the healing.
Please suggest a remedy.
Take Cardine, In Ihree dtop doses, nn the
tongue, three urn's dally. Continue this
Itentmetit for two weeks nnd Increase to
live drops. Report at end nf month.
T. A. p.. New York Kindly stiget a
remedy for et setnn.
Take Thymidine extract of (he Th)rold
Gland, tn three drop dotes, tntee times
dally on the longue. Twice n week Hike
Naihrolllhie Salt, a lahlespoonfnl In a
tumbler of water, one hair hour before
breakfast, Iwleo m week. l'e Carbolatcd
Vaseline every nlht, and a pure sonp with
a momlne sponge bath.
F. b. W New Yotk-Wlll you tell me of
something lo take to temilnte the bowels?
Nnihrollthle Salt. Two teaspootifuls In
a tumbler of water, one-half hour before
btenkfnsl. twice nr thtee. tunes a week.
Mrs. !:. II., Kansas t'lty-Whnt Is ben
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ache almost continually; excitable, rest
less, and Irregular appetlle7
Take Cerebrlne, extract of the brain. In
live drop doses, Ihree t lines dally, Once
or twice a week lake n tcaspoonful of
NnlhroHlhlc Suit In a lis If tumbler of
water, one-halt hour before breakfast.
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IT WAS TOO REALISTIC,
Tllltll.LING PKIi:vi'ATI(lN (IF IHL
l.li: TAYLOR" l,Asr NIGHT.
Tho Boat Pitches About n n llcaiy Wind
Mrccp Across the Like anil n Mem
ber of the I'limpany l'nlls
In 11 Paint.
Tho second presentation of "Hllleo
Taylor" at Washington park last even
ing was transformed from a comic opera
scene on a ship's deck to an actual
thrilling scene of weathering a storm.
A largo audience had gathered and the
show was progressing famously when
big gusts of wind came tip and the stars
were quickly blotted out by the threat
ening; storm. The rigging and masts
strained and Hie ship tossed uneasily.
The members of the company became
nervous, but went on with their work,
which became 11 sensational spectacle.
Kddle Smith, who Is stage manager.slngs
"Captain Felix Flapper, of H. M. S.
Thunderbomb." From tho roll of a
comic opera captain, he became an act
ual captain of a storm threatened craft
nnd In the interludes his voice rang out
hoarsely til fail sail und tighten ropes
and lower spars, which wero executed
with the dispatch of earnest need, by
Hie stage hands and male chorus.
The .staunch ship, however, stood up
bravely against the storm, under the
guidance of "Captain Felix Flapper,"
the funny little comedian, in a. comic
opera admiral's uniform. To heighten
lhe sensation, In the middle of the sec
ond act, "Captain Flapper" called for a
physician in no comedy tones. While
the big audience cheered, Dr. Hlnke, of
Kansas City, clambored on deck. He
found Collce Carlton, one of the chorus,
In n severe fainting l)t, from mingled
fright and striking her head against a
beam. The show went on with one mem
ber of the crew in the "cockpit" under
the surgeon's care. Miss Carlton is ex
pected to be all right to-day.
The storm lulled a bit towards the
close and John noil sang tile flnnle of
"All On Account of Kllzn," to the cheers
of the audience, which had expected a
catastrophe almost any moment.
Tho performance was certainly unique
and highly appreciated by the audience.
WOODMIIN IIAVIJ A PIUNIC.
Three Thousand People Attend tho .Meet
ing at Oak (".line, .Mo,
Oak Grove, Mo., July 17.-(Special,) The
log rolling and picnic under the auspices
of tho Modern Woodmen of America hero
to-day was a grand success, no less than
3,000 people cing In attendance. There
were delegations present from the camps
at Odessa, Lee's Summit and Kansas City,
and almost the entlie membership of the
camp at !,onc Juck. There was an at
tractive street parade in which the floats
were mainly expressive of woodcraft. The
procession was luiitleii by the Oak Orove
cornet bund. Following the band came a
Hag drill brigade, composed of fifty young
ladles gaily clstumed, floats from Lonu Jack
camp containing the log and eump goat,
carriage mntalnlng Hon. D. I. Thornton,
state deputy head consul of Missouri; G. L.
Berry and Alfied Fldler, of Kansas City,
the speakers of lhe day, nnd Frank. Spald
ing, venerable consul of Midland camp,
Kansas City. Next came the Oak (Jrovo
Fonsters and members nf camp in uni
form, visitors and citizens in carriages. On
arriving nt the grove 1111 Interesting Hag
drill was held, after which a bountiful
dinner was spread and sered by the
Woodmen of oak Grove.
Among the amusements of tlie day wero
a tug of war between visiting camp.-,
climbing greased pule, wood sawing eon
Icst, foot races, baby show and log rolling.
A speflkcis' stand had been erected in the
grove ami seats piovlrtcd for about 2,0.)
people. At 3 o'clock the meeting was
called to order by Rev. Walton, who Intro
dueed State Deputy Head Consul D. J,
Thornton, who spoke for over an hour on
the woiklngs of woodcraft and was listen
id to with close attention.
Mr. Alfred Fldler followed with an In
teresting general talk on the principles of
Mr. George L. Berry, the last speaker
of the day, spoke more especially of the
Royal Neighbors, the ladles' uuxlllury of
the Modem Woodmen.
Thrown Piuiii a Wagon.
Samuel ll.iltwood, a teamster In the em
ploy of the C. J. HHIIker Transfer Co..
was thrown from a horse at Eleventh and
Penn streets at 7 o'clock last night and
sustained a severe cut over the right eye.
The police ambulance removed him to his
home at 1310 Madison nv.iiue.
Hell Hoy Ahhiiiilltil.
Pearl West, employed as a bell boy tit
tho Midland hotel, went lo police liead
ipiartetH at 10 o' lock Inn nlKht and had
several severe cuts 011 his bend dressed by
the police surgeon. He claimed to have
been assaulted by an unknown man at
Sixth und McGee streets iiirller in tho
light. Ills assullaiii escaped arrest.
.McNuni.ira Mill at Largu,
George McNumara, who stabbed bis wlfo
and mothtr-lu-law at No, 171S Madison
avonue Tuesday night. Is yet uncaptured.
Tho police Ih'IIcvc be is in biding In Kan
sas City, Kas. Last night Mrs. McNumara
was somewhat Impiuved. and no serious
tcsults uro apprehended from her wounds.
Tit fur Tut.
Cincinnati, July 17.- -Police arrested tho
driver of a mull wagon to-day for leckless
driving. The diivr was late, and was
hurrying to the dupot. The t'nlted States
inurshal afterwaids arrested the police for
Interfering with thu United States mail
wagon, and their hearing was postponed.
Must llitie burprlsed the (H'riuauii.
Berlin, July 17 An American lady. Miss
Maltby, has obtained the degree of doctor
of philosophy, at the Goctluj uclvtrslty.
SILVER DEMOCRATS ALERT,
Titr.Y Anr. io:i:pi.nu.a watchful i:yu
on Tin: LOCAL tioLiHuros.
Chairman Brown 'think nn I'.fbirt Will He
Made by III" Liieiu) to Capture lhe
Secretary William T. '.vty, of the
state Democratic rmnmlllec. has not yet
sent out from Jcnron City the ofllclal
call for lhe stale convention lo be held
nt Pertle Springs on August 5. When the
atl Is reeelted by t'hnlrman Marc.V K.
Brown he will r nil a tneellng of the Demo
cratic county committee to arrange for
holding primaries nnd a county con
vention lo ("elect delegate to In slot"
convention. The call lo be Issued by Sec
retary tfevoly will apirllon lhe delepntes
lo the state convention to tho various
Several of the leaders of the Francis
(fold bug faellon In Kansas City were seen
yrtcrdoy by a representative of the Jour
nal and asked If they would lake an nctho
part in the primaries and county Conven
tion. They declared they would make no
attempt to control either the primaries or
the convention. Willi surprising unanimity
they said that they had no Intention of
b"lng cten remotely Idenlllled with lhe
convention or the preliminaries thereof.
H.ild one of the Frnnclslt, who has held
rt high oilldal position In Kansas City with
in lhe past few years: "It Is to be a free
silver convention, and for that reason ll
will be a good convention for men who do
not believe in the free silver heresy to
stay away from." ..
Another well known Frnnclslte said: "If
we should go Into the convention we would
doubtless be beaten and we would then be
bound by lis action. If we May out or It
we won't be bound by It. but will be free
to put our war paint on and go nfter the
sllverltes next year. The convention Is
hound to lime a dlasterous elfecl upon
the party. It will s-Hr up strife. In my
opinion 11 ought not lo tune been called,
but now that It has been rnlled let the
free sliver Democials attend it nnd net
all the glory they can out of II. Glory Is
all they will get."
There are many leading Democrats In
Kansas Clly who do not believe the Fran
rlsltes are going to keep away from the
primaries and the county convention. One
of these Is Chalrmnn Many K. Brown. He
"It looks to me as though the Franctslles
In Kansas City anil till over the state arc
trying to work 11 smoolh confidence game
upon the silver men. While they are pre
tending thnt they nro not going to take
part In the primaries or county conven
tions, or In the state convention, they are.
In my opinion, hard at work and wo will
hav to light them In nearly every pre
cinct in the stnte. It doesn't stand to rea
son 'that they are going to allow a stnte
convention ot their party to be held with
out making an attempt to control It. Sev
eial head men of the Francis goldbug
fa' Hon have come to me and assured me
that they would tuke no part In the pri
maries or county convention nnd bavo told
tnc that they did not want to attend the
state lonventton. They have protested too
"The word has doubtless lcen sent from
the Francis headquarters In St. Louis to
the gold bug lenders all over the slate to
go Upon a still hunt, which Is sometimes
the most effective kind or n hunt. Whlln
they are running to the leaders or the sil
ver faction of the party and assuring them
that they are going to keep out of tho
light they are fixing to capture the state
That the Fronelsltes are not bile la
shown by ti little circumstance that oc
curred yesterday. Clarence S. Palmer,
secretary of the Knn-as City Sound Money
Club, bus an olllce In the ninth story of
the New Yotk Life building. Yesterday
forenoon several large packages, the ag
gregate weight of which Is about ono ton,
were brought up lo the ninth floor on the
freight elevator and taken to Mr. Palmer's
room. The packages enmo from the Fran
cis headquarters in St. Louis and contained
what Is called the "Sound money supple
ment" of the Irfiulsvllle Courier-Journal,
In which the four anti-silver speeches de
livered by John G. Carlisle, secretary of
the United States treasury, in Kentucky
Just before the state convention recently
held In Louisville, appear under double
column hesids, set 111 large type. These
documents will be distributed in Kansas
City and In Lhe county outside of the city
for tho purpose of creating goldbug senti
ment. It Is said that the distribution will
begin on Saturday. It Is also said that
many tons of the speeches have been sent
to other parts of the stnte.
Til It i:i; ATTEMPTS AT SUIUlDI!.
Ihigcno Goodrich Anxious to Pud the Ag
ony of Ills Klstence.
Kugene Goodrich of No. 31 Brooklyn ave
nue attempted suicide three times last
night while confined In a cell at police
headquarters. He was each time frus
trated by Jailer Snavely. About 0:30 o'clock
last night Ofllcer Charles Snead found him
at Fourth and Main streets acting In a pe
culiar manner. He was taken to police
headquarters and held for Investigation.
A short time afterwards the Jailer went
to the cell In which he had been placed1 for
safe keeping ami found thnt he had torn
portions of bis clothing- to shreds and at
tempted to hang himself from the bars of
his cell. Jailer Snavely forced the 1 1 ude
rope from him and returned upstairs to
the police captain's desk to report the oc
currence. On his return downstairs in
the company of Captain Branham, Good
rich was found with a handkerchief tightly
twisted about his neck and slowly strang
ling. Ii was taken away and Assistant
Police Surgeon Landon was summoned 10
attend him. Before the police surgeon's
arrival the Imprisoned man airain attempt
ed to strangle himself with his suspenders,
which he had torn from his trousers. Dr.
Landon examined liim and found that he
was sulferlng greatly from a chronic mal
ady. Alter administering a dose of mor
phine to him lie became calm and asked to
be sent to his home. The police amhulance
wus summoned and he was removed to bis
home for treatment. He is a painter by
occupation nnd bus a wife and eight chil
dren depending upon him for support. Be
fore leaving the station he claimed that
they weio in destitute circumstances and
thnt their need prompted him tn attempt
self-destruction, as he felt lu was only a
burden to them Instead of a help.
Captain Aiiileroii'n Iteiuutiis.
The remains of Captain It. H. Anderson,
which were found In the Missouri river
Monday near Liberty landing, were taken
lo the home of his mother In Thomnston,
Me., yesterday ecning over the Santa Fe
route. The body will bo accompanied by
John Marshall, Intimate friend of tho de
ceased. Ills mother Is now 72 years old.
Captain It. H. Anderson was her only liv
ing son. She has lost two sons nnd her
husband at sea. Captain Anderson was
fotmeily 11 sea captain himself. Tho blow
bus been a severe ono to his aged mother.
P. I), Ttihln Arresled,
V. D. Toble, one of the nlleged swin
dlers of F. L, Klrkbride, the Fifth and
Holmes street grocer, who claims to have
been fleeced out of 200 on a bogus real
estate deal, Is now In the county Jail. At
C o'clock last night he was arrested on
threo warrants ifsueii n Justico Case's
court, charging him with conspiracy, forg
ery of an abstract, and forget y of a deed.
In default of a I7W bond on each warrant
he was taken to Jail to await a preliminary
No Answer iturctved,
Pamuel Shannon, tho young man from
Chicago who was taken to police head
quarters Tuesday on the charge nf Insan
ity, was yesterday turned over to the u.
mane Society. He Insists that his home
Is at &im) W'uhasli avenue. Chicago, HI. A
telegram sent to that address by Chief of
Police Irwin remains unanswered. Colonel
Grcenmaii stuled yesterday that If his
friends arc not fuund he will try to have
hint sent to tho asylum nt SI. Joseph,
A Scholarship for Kale.
I bavo a scholarship In one of Missouri's
famous Military schools, which 1 win kej
al ft discount on account of my Inability
to use same. The scholarship Includes
tuition nnd board, washing, books and sta
tionery and medical attendance, for a
school year of thirty-eight weeks. Ad.
dress 7. CuG. Journal olllce,
Death or Mrs. II. M, Klrkpatrlrk.
Mrs. Klrkpatrlrk, wife of H. N, Kirk
Patrick, died yesterday afternoon at the
family lesldence, No. 1S20 North Seventh
stieet, Kansas City, Kas. She had been 111
for some weeks past, but even us late as
Tuesday morning her condition was
thought to be linpioved.
Gutolinc. Stinu i:xiude.
The fire department was called out at
7:15 o'clock last night by the explosion of
a gasoline stove at tha home of Louis
Rally. No. 2127 Jefferson street No dam
age resulted from the explosion.
Electric Fans. Gate City Electric Co..
717 .Delaware si. Tel. sua. ' '
Xephvr Dress Ginghams, were "7'r
n'v and 12 I C
rcrcales, ..... Rp
Were s 1-Sc and 10c M
Fancy Iwns, good, line quail- CJ
ty ....... W-
Fancy Wool n-rfs Goods, were lgj
12We Dneks, 7xe
NOW 1 '-41
Ladles' 'White Fnney l'arnsols. worth
I2.7S and 13. W, el no
Wide r.tnbroldertes, Worth liV
Fancy Cotton Shlrllngs for work- CZ -,
ing men, per yard wv
Ladles' While nnd Fancy Hhlrl Waists,
were. Mc and "5e, rjRo
Hoys' Fancy Shirts, milnundered, ngp
Children's Parasol., OK
Were SOc. JC
Misses' Fancy Parasols, w'cre "7 K -,
tl and Jl.311. now OC
Children's Mull Hats, were fc OK-.
ami S7c COC
Fine Wool Challle., worth 3A
Old 4Se, now
ft e; roll:
10th and Walnut.
yes, it shines hot, mighty
hot. It makes you long
for the cool n ountains. It
makes you think of the
cool breezes, laden with
the perfume of the pines,
that bring- health to you.
Have you ever spent a
summer in Manitou
Springs, Colorado, the
most famous Western re
sort? Write to Geo. M.
Walker, Proprietor The
Mansions and the Manitou
House, Manitou Springs,
Col., for rates and other
Oldest and Original.
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Call or nddreas In contlduncu.
Dr. H. J. WHITTIER,
in West Nllltll St KANSAS CII'Y, SIO,
'Tho wind blew thro' Ills whisker"
As be sat In the barber's chair;
He thought It n. Kansas twister,
The way ll stirred up the air.
It was one of onr Klectrlc Fans thnt cost
tho barber only a few dollars. And wo
sell to other people as well us barbers.
J. W. MASON,
627 Delaware Slrcet.
SS(JrJ??i "" ""' hOI.ID COLD fil'KO
(Kpic -snSEs Free.
QUnnC? DDflQ Wholesale nnd Retail
HHUUtO DnUu., Opticians,
1)19 Wnlnut Street.
The Scene of the llliplay Is Trnntt Park
A Like of Itetl lire.
The small hoy will have a new Fourth of
July at Troost park this evening. The big
stock of fireworks, saved from the late
very wet Fourth, will bn sit off to the last
Roman candle, and skyrocket. The people
seem to take to pyroteehnlo displays nnd
tho Ttoost cable Hue will run extra cars
to aecommoduto the ciowds. A special
featuro will bo the lake ablaze with red
Weary Willie's .Mistake.
The scorching rays of the mid-afternoon
sun poured down on Wen I'nlnn avenue
yesteiday as Weary Willie Watklns alight
ed from the trucks of a Santa Fe freight
train, -which was Just pulling into the
yards. Ho yawned, and, nestling his tat
lered trousers closer about his protruding
tilna mt, tile, I ntnMtlli, dnn'n ,l,a n.,A,...
His clothes were ragged and his shoes in
bad need of icpalrs. As ho pasted a pawn
shop, near tho curve in I'nlon uvenue, ha
B,,,vt ."su ..,t ... e,,b,vp t'uannig tlUleliy
In the sunlight. He reckoned them to ho
uliout his size, and stooped gracefully to
pick them up. Hut alas, for Willie's hopes,
ami uiaiii 11,1 jt.a livaoaiil "IlllCipatlOIlS,
the shoes were nailed fast to the sidewalk
They were used as an advertisement, Will
lie discovered, and passed sadly on. At
this Juncture a policeman gently laid h3
hand on the outcast's shoulder and took
him to the police station, a few yards dis
tanl. He was entered us a vagrant but
released after an hour's confinement, on a
promise to leae town . u
Ice Cream Surlal,
To-morrow tho Y. P. S. C, R. of the.
Llnwood Presbyterian church will give an
!MeeCJ?8r,i'',ai on in" phurch lawn, cor"
Jell JL Hnjyood and Woodland avenues.
2e ecrvta creams' ,ces Di "k '