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c.n.1 nniMI. O.. July 2.1 Sw Vork lnr,l
rtw 4iul ,'ht it ad, ou ttrrora, In the
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uOjuco iJut). (Score;
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IjduU ilo. July Th Bionni
ov.i ilttvoily oulpUtytd ut every point
I made a it rung raUy In the lt inulnrf.
J l.tr Uoltii of the Boston-, ha I the
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mii'l 'nlnti. AI'miIi"'1. Wrorr
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Itatii ri. - fl liit-- P'tlfy ni1 Millet,
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' A!.t, Julv SP Mobile, f: I.Hile
DRAW IN THEjrWENTY-PIRST,
.1 ."rlpntinr nml Onmi-y rontent tlMwurn
.Toliiinj' Vmi lti"rt nml Jpfry Sliir-
lmll at WmlnnRton.
i- i. ' jii'i ont? of thi' mntt
i .''' inn T tcok iluri l -
1 i h.i . ti Club o iiir.ii
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' , i .11.1 .1fin Mnrtnll
V ,r t Tu n't roun I"
i . - , nit, lint tl ' ri ti nt
i i ,i'ii. it rout 1 .h i it Its
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i li' li ui it a iln Jin-
i n 1-1 I. .ti quick nini It a
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i 11 -, i i h.lt". t.i -tnt il that
I i ! Vim lleon wit i ut
i . t l. util hli U'ft rl-t wits
1 i t 1 if Marchall did not np
I , i iu.nk on htm.
111. i. -In Un.i'niit Ullll.imnport.
t , im .! V, . July 23 About 2,800
1 - n tt.'-'-i I the Nittlnnnl C'lrctilt bl-
i 'iv in at Athletic park, under
t iv f the Kcvctoiii' Whei-1 fjub.
p - i.n i.ihiPd nt JlJiOQ. flanlnor
i ' ' n -t aluable of thim. Thr
' il i i ionts. but no om- wan lu-
1 , i ln'r could not have been
1 t v, iini.uli'ti:
i i i 1 hum i rlnsa A. I. M. taux,
l i l ..lfi second; Ionian i'ray,
tl I ii - Miutn, fourth. Tlmo, 2'JS2-j.
lit, mi lit ii. i'la.s H. tlarilltii-i. tlmt;
Murpi.. ml. Jonni-y, third; Zolirlcr,
fourth." l i ' l 'M-i. , .
Onr mlU , n, i-lasH A. Run In heat
P. P. (iaMali-r. WIlllamRpOrt, won tlret
and thlnl he-f-. Tint'. 2:27 3-5, 2:37 3-5.
Havmond Crime, Phlladclpliut. sucond.
Two mllf handicap. rlasH 11, Di-cardy
7j vardi), won: Murphy (2." aril). second;
Si'ott (SO yard), third. Tlnu. 4 4(13-5.
Onn mile, club ehtimpioiiwhtp optti, clans
A. Sneaker, Itrst; AndruWH, uecoinl. Time,
One mile, open, class B. nardiner, first;
Zelsler, cecond; Coulter, third; Murphy,
fourth. Time, 2-24 4-5.
Two mile handicap, class A. flastalder
(100 yardsi. first: Speaker fl'JO yHrds). uec
ond; Shcffcr (75 yonls), third; Atldet (1W
yards), fourth Time, 5:08.
One-third mile, open, clans R. rjirdlner,
won, IVcnnly. second: Coulter, third; Mur
phy, fourth. Time, 0-15.
Two mile. open, class It. Murphy, first ;
Gardiner, second: Coulter, third; Cott,
fourth. Time, ..3' 1-1.
Five miles, llemoresl cup, class A. Au
dei, llrsf. Shellcr, second; Croiifce, thlnl.
llaltle Creek Wlienl Ilaces.
Battle Creek. Mich., July 23 The blK
staff nipetinff of the I.. A. V. iIom'1 lo-dity
with n Htletl'llltlce of 7,0iH) Tli.i is the
mi,-t Hticeeful ill' i litis ever hi 11 liv thi
Michigan dKWoti Must of th" men have
to-nlirht for Stetibenltli, ).
ijmirter mile i hiunplim-'tip l."o T Flans
buiK. KaIiniaiM won, H u Park'T Ijim-s'-r
I Ki'ph St.unlit i, I'ort Huron,
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Ii - l! R c Bald. Cllh BBH,
i . i i" i i-i t rvctrott. "'i'oiwl K C
II ii i. ii I third Time, J i 1-5
n -i ii.' i huiiiplr-nMilp Italph
h 1 i Huron wmi. l.i n T. Clatis-
1 is i i ii i i . M'l'oml. Time t il 1-5.
, i i l,i-, 11 A I'aldnell,
i ) Wll-nn, Tln CiU fi "-
i - i . chli'Huo, thud Time,
' , 1 11. ip il.i-- I! Tom Coop-
I l I I I' 111 -1, Cllli .It-'O S"C-
, I I'ii. i son Hay t'lij, third.
i in Heap- i 1 1' Willi' r
' ' ' . Mini V. M.iii' r. Nil. ",
Mi l.iorl.ini Hull. third
r i il- ('! k foiitth I Net
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ii i. m . l.i--- It w it in and
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n 1, and M. F. Imnb ri5-.r,
Iti in ami llllth Miltchml.
I 1 1 .1 -l'aiwii D ivies nnd
1 . 1 .1 11 11 pi 1 -1 iitlii- the
1 1 1 1I1 im 1 to-nlkht nnd
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in il they will IlLlil lol
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1' 1 poitn 1- 11, hi ln.iiiH
Ii'; I th tl e.i h Ilfshti r
ii (."urn with Al Sm'tlt,
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1 ' w.i- fix 1 for No
iii in UK thi ;n ellng
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- ot duh have pliiced
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n 1 1 11 Uy in In c it-, tlu
' 1 1 n the .'ate spcitll. .t.
1 It. uril on the Wiililn Course.
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1 'mi in h the li i mil
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1 11 1 'I 'li in luili of thi
' It - in 1I1. unit! on tad-
k .it tl.i r. . trj ( the Minn
11. n. phi- f lull DUhanil.
1 - 1 11 Ju! i- -The Memnhl
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V' ll ' ' illUP-' fill !.i Vi 1 ,1
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in wait Ailmu win n
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troubh will pr. vim .inv iimi vauu m
thi cltv iliirlnK thi in. mm s jibou 'i'i ,
franihli-i will piuLibly Is t i,i p i,v ajpi.
other Southun ilti
I'lmeilll IlitHllug Club,
The folloviInK . ui.v weie mu.li bv the
Phoenix ItowltBJi Club, on thu Hi.v,,; Bll.
-!Hntl 4lu KiUi
loiwion, Jtily 22-The Gulwick mimimr
luetillns (two diijBi upcnui) lot,iv 1 1 1.
kmlyn lun.ll, ap, im novrlvii. w.i, v. 1
by 0. fc. . Paiti-i candonal; U y 1 ,.
imt' IJghtlj, tuiid. There $ nv
wonVw! tVint W -wll
,li.r,ii;i for iu lliynl 'Irujibj-.
Ktaiawiim are thi. avers on teU hljth
lor & vt J1'"! who is In the &&
In tlw Je4d by a torafiirtatie maruiu; t,,
but W: Lord, sot; farlvy, to,, Cjiltt, ij't,
l IJathr. tii
ii . .'til i n ik '
ii.vi m iiirtiiflh rr'ii
Ktnrtpl th. m .nT in th in 1 In f" f i '
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lml .in.1 f.mr 'il' ii-1;. I rm f i ,
pm-li'il tin r iii'iiiiib r of IB.- Ktim i-' i
tlitft UK I"' ii 'll without ft nit. Ha f
niiiH-ttntu'i' w.ik nnimlr irii'-M I b I
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SCHUYLKILL WINS ANOTHER,
itiitu T. Ui ls- tn.i.ltiMi si:i:mi to
hi: imm lui.r.
1,..'irrtt lie WCit HI lllti titrrehi'
It Ail-. tlcfMllIni! i (loud Held lluro
I tttlliit -fTiirl l Imitc nml
n lirilliifr Mint.
- ti'iel hi1 rttT tt rtnv it th
-i on lirii-tnn iwfh ncis jpsterdftv,
i the ttmwm in hiw or the (He
Yle Pit Itfitt sltonitly playe'l
- lid. ftfttl onf in h otitlder nt
'c r s-tck was fair, but hot fil,
in' i ;' it tr w -etrUftt nil fhruh,
l. i 'il nf the rtth b1ltt lffth Vtry
! tlrt tncf thp tftlent was com
i ,if l.m Him on KftiiM v'ifl "'t
i - WciIr, wotnl t tftf fftverlte. with
i . i '-t n V.onhtnin W!!1 ftnil NVllie
! k -hi tl'H ltti(Hl like nUnnlnt
t- -' ' 1 -tt Arthur DW" flnlshe.l
.ni Nut Iter otrt hel. In the
. l nt c the tmlent tMuhed the fvorlt.,
i i; ? '- 1 henUly t evn -money,
. I '-- n m easily. lr the third r-ai o
it n ', v. t the Tawrlte nt to 5. but
'ie mut-r iiimed ttt In The Ctowtl. sec
pi I -ii m it t Ik I.
,'h. f nith rne br-ttsht tog-ether lol
of Hi-- I-t srHiiu-rs t the meet in? ami
m i'ii !h. t.ib-jt pi"kJ the winner in
fihuylkll hlch went to th pot t
evn nun. t .ml cord his sfxtn succslvi
vln .it th tr.v k.
V tin Pfih racf Mflr Pripn was the
fivor .ii the (Hist, bclne bckd down
from ? to 1 to even monry ni after n
il-jpirnl t.ii- th ilti ?tii he landed
ht rnoni b a neck.
Milntire Ml a ureal Uv 'n th saddle.
r'dlntr three l-crfes nnd tttlnit every one
nf th- tn home in front. Hl r"le on Major
(irlpp? as a great ethtbittcn.
The stmrt opcnetl tth a tlvt-fiirtonR
dash ttltlt c'.j.!it starter. Kana cllrl
wit the op.'nhiK fjiorite, with Parwln
Wclccnool a stronaly upnorte'l seiond
.hole A' the start and to the quarter
llm Hitrlvoi led. -n'th Nellie p seifinl
pnl Kae,vU t i- thirl, fm the baek stretch
Kiut'.is tiiri went into the Ifftd. with Ar
tli.ir Inui .itotnl H.tlf way don the
'tret h K ini tlir! looked like a winner,
imt she fn let n little at lht end and,
Aithi" Inns 'oniitiR with a rush, J .t
n'.pp' t h. r out lfln Wedewood cam
fai nt the finish and ran third. ,
Tl i-e. ond race was at live furlonfts
im 1 Snob F. wn n warm even money
frtMirltc I.onirfellOR took the lead and
h- II It to the stretch, where Susie J- and
Mni'li Leaf both pomied him and finished
in that order Olencoo not up In time to
nip Lonttfellow out for the show mones.
For the third race at seven furlono
Viilnite was made the favorite with The
clown an I Jo" Courtney, even, second
.1.. jlits The Clown took the track at the
start and was never headed, winning all
the a Vlrffinlte was second, a lenpth
lh front of Joe Courtney.
The fourth we was at five anil a half
furlonss and the public pinned Its faith
to the spfdv anil consistent Schuylkill,
with I-n Oartla the- second choice l.a
Gartla and Thurman But off In the lead
and ran that way until well Into the
sttetch, where Schuylkill i.ime up on the
otitslk- with his usual rtth and won by t
lentrth. La Hartla und Thurman cut It
altoirother and Ben Wilson an-1 Uuna
(inl-hed second and thitd,
Th" last race was at six furlonc nnl
there was o heavy plav on Major liripp".
which sent him to the post a hot favorite
Bessie Nichols and Qus Strauss were well
play second iholcis. The order at the
start was Otis Strauss, Bessie Nichols and
Major Drlpps. At the half Strauss led,
with Malor Drlpps second nnd Besle
Nichols third. Strauss having Interfered
with the tatter on the turn, causing her
to lose som" Brounl. Strauss led until
half way down the stretch, where Mctn
tre, by th" hardest kind of work, irot
Malor Prlpps up and won by a neck.
Bessie Nichols was third.
The winner was entered to be sold for
$30ii, and was run up to I-W bv Charley Mi -C.ifTertj,,
at whkh price he purchased him.
First nice Five furlonRR. A. A. Bom
beck's Arthur Davis, bit, a., Sifachino
Alice May. Plfl pound" (Bozeman). 10 to 1.
won; Kansas ulrl. luo (Relff), even, hec
uitil; Darwin WedRewoort. KO (Corder). 5
(o '.', third. Time, 1.05 I,ucv Clark. Nellie
Tt . Abe Halstead. Ben Harrison and Moun
tain Belle also ran.
Sis ond race Five furlongs J. V. I"iil
let's Susie V . b m.. f. jH.'k Hnrdv Nettle,
tftrt pounds Williams), even, won: Maple
i-enf, 100 (Creeitl, 10 to 1. second: filem-oe,
H (Van Camp). I to 1, third Time, 1.01'-.
l.onKbioe'-k. Ij.inKfi How. Mamie S, Joe
Cotton, Victor II and Klnccraft also ran.
Thltd race Seven furlonBS. Ii. F Will
iams The Clown, b h., a, .lack Phillips
Hat th. 121 pounds (Mclntjre), 3 to I. inn;
VliKlnilc, li (rtr-lff). R to 5, second- Joe
Cmiitnn 121 (Carroll). 3 to I. thltd. Time,
1 ? Craft, ratlin, Tailersall, Haskell,
K'mo. ah dli torv and Belle T also rnn
rotirth net Five and one -half fiirlontjs.
Tl C Jonliin Bird's Schuylkill, ch s.. a..
St. Bl.iisi -Susquehanna, 107 pounds (Mc
ln!re) I to 5, won; Ben Wilson. 07 (J. Pa
ils). 10 to 1. set ond; KunH 101 (nelff), S to
1. third. Time, 1 10 T,a (htrtla, Thurman,
Immlldi and O.iteway also ran
Fifth rut i-tSIx furlongs Wllllnm Mul-kiv'-.
Major Drlpps. n h , 5. I.ttclfer Dod
itti. lis pounds (Mclntire), 3 to 2, won;
(Ins SttiiDKs, 10o (llclffi, I to 1. second: Bes
sie Nlil.olt,, 115 (Johii-on). 1 to 1, third.
Time, t is Muitiln, Kccholllee, Sundown,
Ilock 11111 and Wild Briar also ran.
Ilntrles for To-ilny's Ibices,
rollowlnir arc Ihe entries and vvelghta
fm lo-'lav's rncis:
l'11-i iac Nliu Ixlicnths of n mile; 2-vei.i-i.Ms
f untitle D !W: Mrs. S, 103;
T.ill t'ovvell, 103, Fivorlta, 103; John
Siovvait 105 consu. la. 105; Whittle. 100;
In. Nrtcr, Kin Mntlounii. 107, Abbh Flfch
11 1"7. i:ila I'initanie, pi.), Pntsey, 101
,-1. on 1 race i;i ven-suteenins of a
in'i . -illiim. lohn I'. Ill); Paillette. 100;
ll iv Don 103: Semitoi Mnrreli, inf., Vlrcln.
P.". Tinuninn, i"; La Orlppe, 101; Itichard
Thu 1 race Thirt-en-slxteenths; sell Inc.
H. villi 101 - c.ii-i B , 107: Post Iiov. 110;
1 '.it'll i. r, lln, Mi 11k (iverton. S9; Brown
In. 1, '10- Chnrliy Wiber.107; Billy Travis,
Ml I... 1 Veis.i. 1H5; I'at l.cf, 101,
I mil lt fin c 'Hi" mile: handicap. Vie
ii t H .7, Ciinilin. Iv: Untewny, 1W1;
Trv.hw.ii 1'; Hilly Sunderland, 102;
1 i tl. Nell I'i', Jos. Phlne. 104.
1'ifih 1. 11 1 FIvp-i'lfihthH of a inllo; sell
lim Mi-s Addle. IKI; Wild Briar 00; Klne
ci if', nil, KnirpM l.ntm 105; Wanda T..
t," l.a Pavdit, 02; BUI Arp, 101; Murphy,
Princeton NtmlPiiU Safe.
Ptlnoeion, N. .T., July 23 All fears
for the safct uf the Pilncet.m K?f,loBt
ihI pin-ty wer' to-day dispelled by news
direct from the wrtv Mrs. T. Itnrrlsim
C.arti't. in rmponilinK to an Inquiry
finin Pftifessni' MnriU8ntl, telPBrnphed
lo-iliv fium Klbi'i-oti us fiillmvB: "Muny
tli iiiUh fm- your kind intert'st. John
vvtl'is to-liny fiom Kountntn Clnyaoi,
Wy.i., gayinu 'Am well; biivo lmd no
double jit' ("an tmagino Iny ip
lt ' " Thlh uimu direct from John Oni'
rot one of tliv tutlentB of the exploring
Fort Scott. Kaa, July 23 (Special) Will
iu in Sin vol, who ulriveil Saturday from
I'.niii'l.i iiml t'htlms to be Ihe legal heir of
t-'u wart Klu vol, hus tiled a'llt for tlio
H'i vol .Mat'.
Uiwi'iu Ka , July 23. (Spei lal ) Tha
H'Vinth in ' 1111 1 sKinn of tn lip worth
I., uurut'. ui the Kansas City district of Ihe
Mi thoili-i . Iiuh h. Is In session heie. Thci
ire about l"i itliM4i'S In tttti'iidani.e.
Kifis hi ISa- . Jul) 23.-(Swiidl.) Tim
I'-iii'ii'taln 11 m I I'optillsl cenlliil conilnlt
lei h nf Ciivvliv itiiuty huvc UlkiiKiavpd, and
irtll. I tepaiat. loiivi'iitluiik. With tho lilt,
iii tii'lliu 1 i tli'B bi'tween tlmin, llmro
In Mm II pnl' li.lltlv of fusion
Ijiwicih' Ivan, July 23. -(Special. I Tils
diiiih nt Jisias Ansinun 01 nil led In thH
clt.v thi. niuinlnu of heart dlmwiKe. He was
l.i,.- of the old , 1 Hi I'M, eoiiiiliu: here In 1157.
He was l.m 11 In (li 1 many, iu! was 11 prom
hint M.1.-1.11. und will be given a Mmoiilo
luu. ml on Thtir-.lav iiftirnnon
l.iivv:iiiie Kas July 2J (Spcclul.) Won
Iws Im u melv.'l riuiu pi, S W Wllllb.
tisi S purt, fiom Kansas university, on 11
1'ilhittnv 'our In the Hud Ijiiids, that they
b.ivi found a mi-iaiith's skull, which, with
the mutilx. weighs nvii a ton. It hus been
sl.lpi ! to Ijiwiiiii. Thu party will not
id ui ii till thi last nf August.
Wiuflelt). Kus .lul 23 (Special.) Tlio
niint on tru; joint v in tins city nas utin-pii
the Jultitlsts to tvl.,pt anuthur ruto toev.ide
the law. Tut) havi esttihllslipd a joint
outside the city In, ills a,nd nctoss the Wul
out ilvc-r. The patrons louuh the joint by
tofups ofliimis fiiiiilshi-d flee of c-harse,
which is 1 as umy uieuus pi uctcbs.
iiMWieiui. Kas. July il (Special ) The
liilUl'tti.tor Of lln- Hivslcs lillllilillK ut Kan.
sas Miiiverslty. Mi c. II. Ilulcnii'i, of To.
piiktt. has coiupleti,.! tin. hiillilliik'. but has
t-ifllMml Lfi tlllll ll over llll Ihe state bo.lld
of iiubUf works, on lei wlioso direction the
l.tJIIilllljl VVijVS VI. 1 II ll IllilKVS IlllllllKl'IilclllII
to 1 av him about ij i,ju claiiiiLd lor Litl'a
CITY JOUJKNAL, WEDNESDAY, JVLX 21, 189a
WALLER WASJJOT GUILTY,
I rnnre Ma Not n Mar Mltb M.tdncasrar
rtllil ihn t'lmrce kuIiiiI the ll lnll
.Mni lie tirotindliss.
WushliiKtoii, ,tuj 21 -Mr. Cinm
itiond Kointcdy, whit him Itctotnc Hip
principal rmini in the cn.c of ex
iVinsttl Wnller, now srrvlnw n "letiteiice
In it I'ronrh J for nllcerd l"lntlon of
ltcllirrtllty lnws Isfiwppn thi country nml
Tinner-, citllcil nt thr atatc ilrimrthtenl
tn-ilny for tho purpose ot irrstltliit
certain phases of the case. Mr. Ken
tifdy Ik illsiiosoil tn lay much trc on
the fact Hint ut tlio time of Waller's nr
rest thctp vvns im itcttml stale" of vvnr
bptwwn rtitnee? nml Alnilnsnrnr. Ho
contottds Hint Wnllrr. for litis ronton,
cuild tint Imv lieon pullt of tho clmrpo
on which ho tiled ami oonvlctod.
In coniotiMtlon with 11 reprcsetitntlvoof
tho Ass vc I it tod Pro ho said lhl lihnr
of the mo Intil not yet beeti itocnlod
bv this B-ivortiment, ntnl n on a Mr.
Olnoy h,mld teturil he would proeitt
tho mnttrr to him in thl 1ti?lit. Otitlln
Inc the cns In thl view of It. he snltl:
"If Trnnoo iiim not at wnr. undor tlio
law of unllnli. with Madrtenscnr. sho
lmd no rlcht to nuhjort ny cltlreti or
tlbjpct of n third power to trlnl by mili
tary commission. Such ,1 ttinl. Involv.
In olthor M?r5onftl llbetiy or th rlKltts
of property. I the Rrne.t kind of 11 vio
lation of civil rlt-hts und lltvrtli's uipor-tnlhlni.-
to cltljirnsblp. in WnllrrV euro
thorp had boon no dec! 1 ml Ion of wnr
by Trance pftlnt Minlncnseur. Tho lr
fusal or fnllnro of tho Trench povorn
mont. tip to this time, to furnish tho
(foiorntnetit of the Tttltod States with
tho olllclal tocord of Walter's ttl.tl by
court-martial inlsoa n v et y strotip pre
sumption that tho ffrotinds mi which ho
was sentenced In tvvontv oars' Imprls
otiment at html labor vv.rc not of 11 mib
siantlAl kind "
ENGLAND CLAIMS TRINIDAD.
And, It l -nlil. "he Hit Already Taken
I'.i. o. Inn of the Island Bra11
New York, July 23.-A Her.iM dlpntch
from Buenos Ay res sa.v:
A corresondent in Itto Janeiro tele
raphs that advices to the English lt'sa
Hon ther declnro that Htntland claims the
Island of Trlnldntl as her own. One enrpo
of coal. It Is reiiorted, has been landed on
the Island o!rady.
In view of this it was decided by Brazil's
cabinet to formally protest, and a mevsace
to that effect was at once sent to Brazil's
mlnlvter in London.
Tiery articles have appeared tn the Bra
zilian papers denouncing Krrclnnd for her
appropriation of the rlnht to the territory
belonclnp to Brazil.
The correspondent snjs that thee ar
llc'es ask pnrtleularlv where the Monroe
to tr'ne applies now Thev desire to Fee
It ued ns a. political medium in i-ettllnij
Snor Cabral, the povernor of the ter
ritory of Amapa, has arrived In Para and
a s that In May last French marlnis
provoked trouble In the territory.
Trlin.ls of Governor ("a-tlHto, of the
state of Bio Grande do Sul, have pro
t'sted to tho federal ko eminent itKnlnt
prantinc any indulgence to the rebels In
vl'W- of the ptospevt of a rc-iimptlon ot
BIG CHIEF JSA BAPTIST.
He (lives v-ntnc (lood mid Pertinent Ailvlie
to the liiillan Coiiiiulsslouer In
Washington, July 21 (Special ) Blp
Chief, of the Klowas called at tho Indian
olllce to-day, en route home from the Bap
tist meeting at Baltimore Ho was a dele
gate to the mcetlnp and remarked, while
conft'rrlnc with the nmmlloncr, that the
oillcluli of tho bureau would be better pre
pared to do pood s n In- for the Koyern
mrnt and the tndl.inr If th.j would join the
Baptist church. Hi.' chief is .1 very lnllu
enti.il Indian with the Klowas and Is now
si, ond chief and In llm- for first pl.iie, and
along with his Iii.li.in politics, he takis,
quite an Interest in I5.iptl.st matters.
IIIC. lt.U.Nv, .vr CAIIIILN CITV.
Hirer Is nut of Its Bunks anil Ilnllrond
'Ir.u l,v VV'nilieil Out.
'lardcn Clt Kas , July 2.1 (Special )
Over tlve Im he of rain has fallen here
within the past sixty hours and it is still
raining. The rkansas liver is out of
Its banks and sun riving, endangering the
bridge. Long stretches of the Smut Fe
trick are vvnsh-d out above here, and no
trains are passing this point.
Dodge Cltv. Kas, July 23. (Special.)
The heaviest ra.n storm ever known in
Western Kansas and Kasteni Colorado
01 (.'lined last night and 10-dav. It is
still raining this evening. The Santa 1
has been blocked by washouts since 9
o'clock last nlsht nnd will not likely be
opened befoie Thursday between here and
L-i Junta, Col No damage was done to
the growing 1 rops, us the rain fell gently.
Conferciiio of Presidents.
Manhattan Bei-h, L. I , July 23. A con
ference of rallioid presidents was held to
day in the uri. ntal hotel It was prticii
callv a meeting of the committee appointed
at the lust , onvention ot the board of ptes
Idents of tin ti unk llm s-, at the suggistlon
of Mr. Depi w president of the New York
Centra! Mi D'-pevv, ili.ilrinnn of the com
mune, is In Ihiropo, ami M. 11 Inp.ill.s pre
sided. The ohl.-i t of lh' mei ting to-day
was to dl-i 11-s Important questions affei ting
the companies 01 tho trunk lines and O 11
eral Train. Association, and le draw up
nw iirtl les ot agrcetnent in relation to
east bound and west bound freight, so hi
to protect tho Interest of an tho compa
nies, The prim Ipnl discussion was on tho ques
tion as to whethi r a perinniient coninili4ton
should lie appointed, to have absolute vot
ing control Tho confen nco was with
Postmaster at Zlon, O. T., In Trouble,
Guthrie. O. T . July 23 -(Spcelnl ) J. O.
Crump, postmaster .it Zlon, O T., wits
lodged In the Pulled States fall to-day,
charged with resisting a L'liiled Slate ol-Ilct-r.
Crump was arrested sonic time ago on
the chargi of embezzlement and gave bond
for his appearance at couit. Postollbe In
spector John D Sullivan went jestcrdny
to examine his hooks. Imt Crump reslstnl
with a shotgun nd Sullivan had him tir
restrd. S01111 Iteviv.'il.
Orny Morgan, lfi yeats old, fell to tho
pavement ut lllghtb and Main st reels at
10 M o'clock yesteiday foiinoon in 11 faint.
He was taken in the imlli e nmhiil.incn to
police headqii.uters, wheie Police Suigeoii
IlSdii soon levlvcd him. He was then le
moved to his home at No. I7U. H.ist Twelfth
street He is employed lit J. PeiUins, No,
1112 Cherry street, its n clmk.
J. M. Tlonavlta, New York, Is nt tho
c. W. Itlih.irdi.oii, Boston, Is at the
W. II. IMrlngton, Memphis, 1s at the
W. A. Smith. St. Louis, Is at the Co.iles.
q, y. Wliitlng, Now Yoilt, Is nt tho
i:, W, Marsh, Brldgeport.ls at the Coatee
l I). Sud.un, Toleulo. is at the Coates.
W. I. Gray, lllooiiiliigtoii, is nt tho
S. O. Adams. Boston, Is .11 the Cmtes.
It. j.. Grlpppii, Denver. Is at the Coates.
C A. Iturker, Atlanta, lii., Is at the ilo.
W. L. Tians, Penver. Col., Is at the Ho.
J. H, Hmmersnn, St. Louis, Is at the
Allen Brawn, Umporld, Kits., is al the
L 13 Walker, Beatrice, Nth., Is at thu
C. M Hitt hens, Springfield, U at the
Wllliiuii Collins, Omaha, Null., Is at the
J. J. Wtwklj, Couneil Grove, K.ts., Is at
the New Albunj.
(). I-:. Grllllth, Denver, Col., is at the Now
S P. Day, WlohltJ, Ku-. Is at the New
j. 11. Hlltott. Coffeyvllle, Kas., U at the
V. N lllik. Brooklield, Mo., U at the
(1. A. Kimball, asslstunt freight agent of
the Hoik Island rlulroad, of Topeku, Kas.,
was at the Coates House jesterduy,
.Mrs. A. A. I.esueur, of Jefferson City,
wife of Secretary of Stato Lestteur, is leg
isteied at the Victoria.
Itankln Mason, a Topcka, Kai., lawyer,
was iu the lt i.feitaui:.
CORPORAL WON A BIG PRIZE,
.sTKMAIITt MIHtsi: lAPIlltl.t l lit:
Pltl.M IPAIi ll.Vt'li AT lll'.I not r.
Alter Losing llm l-lrl Ihrer tlrnls He
Mini I brio d might and the Bill 11
llltli Luce 1 rolling and
Delroll. Mich.. July 48 -A much Inr r
crowd was present nl tho tlrosse Point
Irn.-k this afternoon than on Ihe npenlnff
dfiv. and Ihe brttlnn wns much more spir
ited The fttlMctlnti wn tho rich Merchants
nnd Mamifiu Inters' slake of t,fV. Cor
iwtal sold favorite In Ihe iillcthnti until
nfter Ihe second bent, when Don L. wns
made favoilto, althotiph the talent were a
little sh In Mew of the jreldln's erratic
performance at Mnsltip last week.
M hen he lost tho third heat to Iron lbr
tho crowd dropped him Ilk a piece of hot
iron and plunged on Corporal at oven
moncv against the Hold. IM Herts u in
put In the sulky In the place of Miilhtill
In the third boat Tho lust three heal
were taken by The Corporal without much
The Corporal l owned and driven by Bob
Stewart, of Kansas City, ami the Hainan
Clt.v contingent made a handsome wltinlnp
over the race.
Larable look tho colt race. The 2:10 wits
untlutshcd, Ben D , Colerldee and Ancle I).
each having n heat lo their credit, when
darkness Interfered With the spoil.. To
morrow Hobeit J will endeavor lo low Ot
itis rei nrd of 2 OBJ. Summaries:
3-vear-oM trotting! purse, .. , . .
durable 1 I '
Oakland Baron 1 2 3 ? 3
Boreal I J ','
Scnuiino 3 J J
Mis. Kale J 3
J-'red Kohl 1' . 7 'j .
Hampton s J' . ' s
Deiby Princess ills
Time 2:1s,, 2 11, 2.W.. 2:17'. 2:17, ,,
2.21 cbis: trottlnp: Merchants und Man-
tifaciurers' stakes; purso K(i0.
Tho Cotporal I 11 1 1 I
Doll 1 1 1 3 ll I ll
Hon Bar 5 S 1 2 2 2
Falkland 3 2 2 7 G 3
I toe tt a Soap a h r, 3 I
Tempter S It) 9 S .
Chita 11 10 8 !v 4 . a
Klraml 1 I 3 5ilr
Splnaw-ay 2 3 7 dls
Bed Nutting 11 7 It) dls
Alden 'J ti dls
Tline-2-15, 2:1114. 2JI334. 2:13V4, 2:11',. 2:lui.
2.10 class, pacing; purso $2,000 (tinlliilshed).
Ben D I 2 5
Coleridge 7 1 2
. ..-. 11 .' c 1
.V.'."!!!!!i!!"i!!!!!!!!!! s 3 3
1 c 1
Dildlev 3 I S
Badge 11 5 S
Starplcx 10 7 1
H. J. BockWell 13 0 10
Direction 12 lods
Joe H , !i dts
Atlantic King 3 dls
Time 2.W,, 2:(j. 2.07.
Itnces nt Brighton Bench.
New- York. July 23. Although there was
only a fair caid nt Brighton Beach to-day
the attendance was excellent. J. Ileapatl
was in evidence, for the stewards ques
tioned him for ten minutes on one ride.
He had the mount on .Mabel Glenn In the
llrst rare, nnd nt odds ot 10 to 1 landed her
a winner. She had a living start, however,
of three lengths Appomattox was the
favorite, but the best he could do was to
get In with the "alo tans."
In the second race Beau Ideal was heav
ily backed to win, but nt the end Inter
mission was the favorite. The talent
was rlitht in the end, for Beau Ideal wns a
bad third and did not run anv where near
his foim of last week nt Acqueduct. Buck
Knight opened favoilte in the third race,
but a heavy plunge on Jack, the Jew. s,nt
his betting hai k. Jack, the Jew, galloped
home a winner b a long dlstanit. with
Buck Knight as far abend of the others, in
second place. In the fourth race there wis
a delny of half an hour or so at the post,
which was too muih for tho favorite, Ar
ticle, who was somewhere at the end. Cas
tleton went out at the lead, with Heel
Top II. left at the post. Yankee Doodle
wns heeond and Lori.inl.i ilose up. They
ran this way to the stretch, when Yankee
Doodle came awav and won cavllj, while
Lorranl.i nipped Castleton on the post for
the second place. Summaries'
First race Five furlongs. Mabel Glenn.
10 to 1, won: l'iihlleer,3 to 1, second; Amcei,
7 to 1, third Time, l.ul'a
Second race File furlongs. Intermission,
f. to 1, won: Cnsseltc. 10 to 1. second; Beau
Ideal, 7 to 6, third. Time, 1 .(eji.
Third race tino and one-sixteenth miles;
selling. Jack the Jew, "! to 5, won; Buck
Knight, 7 to 5, second; I"lirgo, 1 to 1, third.
Fourth race Five furlongs. Yankee
Doodle, f. to 1, won; Loirnnlu, 5 to 1. sec
ond: Castleton, HI to 1, third Time. I 02'...
Fifth race One mite. Aurellnan. 10 to 1,
won; Hugh Penny, I to 5, second; Redskin,
K to 1. thlid Time, Dtp,.
Sixth rin e one mile; selling. Corncob,
7 to 5, won; Little Tom. I to 1, second;
Ilammle, 1 to 1, third. Time, 1:1.1,
Results nt s. I.,, nls.
St. Louis, .Mo., Jul.v 23. A favorable (Inv
alid a fair card attracted 2,0no people to
Fib- Aboclatlon park to-day The races
were uneventful, aside from some etose
Fit st race Three-quarters of a mile,
ninmn S , S to 1, won, Silverado, 10 to 1,
second: ltuchtl McAllister, 15 to 1, third.
Second race 2-year-olds; eleven-sixteenths
of h mile. Don Cnrlllo, D to 1. won;
I'topln, 3 to 1, hoi ond, Mlsi .Maxim, 7 to 5,
third. Time. Lei
Thlid nice Seven-eighths of a mile. Mag
net, 1 to 3, won. Addle Buchanan, 15 to 1,
second; Hessi n, pill to 1, thltd. Time, 1!J7'4.
Fourth I .up .Mile anil a sixteenth. Rev
Pel Mar. -' lo 1, won, .Miss Gallop. S to i,
second, Clcelj s to I. third. 'I lino, LIS',.
Flflh met-For maiden 2-year-oms, live
furlongs. Sti Ha Williams, ti lo 1, won;
King Stone, 7 to 2, second; Millie, 13 to 1,
thild. Time, 1.0P4.
.Iljhtln Parle ltiirlug Mi etlug.
Mrdfonl. .Mass.. July 23 Tho midsummer
lacing iniptlng at Mjstie park opened to
day with a good attendance, nnd tho
events were well contested and iiilcicsting.
Flisi i a. i 2 lfi class; Hotting. Chester
won liiiiilh. fifth and sixth beats and lace.
Time, 2 15. 2 KI',, 2 17'.. Adru Hollo won
third heat, time. --IHi. C.ntliella won
us ond heat in 2:l7'i. Sevlex won Hist
heat in J. HA,, Marlon Wilkes, Hllvcr Plate,
Dan C 1'ienle L, June Hones wood, Rare
John and Frank Jones also stinted.
Scion. 1 nice 2:25 pining Paul Cllffoid
won llrst second nud ioiiilh hi .its and lace;
time, 2 lfc'.. 2 I5t. 2.1k',', Boneiii won third
hint in '.''HPij. Jennie Rulfc, I'ilgilm,
Htephui W . Nellie C Llttlo Barefoot,
Simon Bolivar, Jtsslo McHwen and Pussy
Cat also siartcil
Third rin o 2 21 Hotting. Candidate won
ttnee stiiilght heats and line, time, 2:PA,
2'lti'i, 2 2i'. Lynn Bourbon, Monument,
Spendthrift and Spiiinge Unlit iiltn i.ui.
Sinn I ram Iscn Itiues.
San Tr.mclsco, July 23 Tho talent came
nut ahead to-day, the favoilte winning In
fin li race.
First i ace Five furlongs. Red nird
won: Red Dick, t-cniiiil; Joule G thlid.
Time, 1 oi',.
Second i.ice Tour and one-half furlongs;
lil.llden 2-.V ear-olds. Belle Boyd won; Gla
dy. second; Pilnco Hooker, third. Time,
Thlid race Five and one-half furlongs;
3-year-olds. Sir Richard K. won; Tim
Muipliy, sci and; May MeCaithy, third.
Time. 1 07,
Fourth race Six and one-half furlongs.
IrostuU.itor won. Howard, second; lloicus,
thlnl Time, I W...
Fifth lace On mile. Wheel of Fortune
won; Claudius, second; Ito.nl Ilimncr.third.
Result al Saratoga.
Sdratoia. N. Y-, Jul 23. The attend
ance was light to-day ut the Saratoga
llacliiic Association Hack. The veathT
and track ware line und Hie caul a faiilv
good one. Two favorites weio defeated,
First i.iio Six furlongs. D. rf lrgllbi,
to 3, won: l.ad Diamond, 13 to 5, ,cc
ond; All Over. 9 to 1, third. Time PHi'i,
Set ond race One mile. Tannic Louise,
I to 1, won; l.ui.inl.i. 9 to 5, se ond; Aptil
Tool, even, thlid Time, l:iV,
Thlid rue Warden stakes; 'our and n
half millings Tlorrle. 13 lo 5, won: La
Vienta, 2 to 1. sicond; lorcy, li to 5,
third. Time. 0:&6.
Fourth rin e .Mile and a sixteenth. Arap
ahoe, 3 to 5. won, LuKo Shore, 5 to 2 sec.
ond; Joe Miller. 3 to 1, thlid. Time, 1:1914
Tifth nee rive furljogs. Honolulu,!) to
5, won, Nlhl.i, 3 to 1. s coiU; Chiiyuut, 3
to 1, third. Time. UOHu
Ben Hrurib Is a llouil line,
Cincinnati, O., July 2J The unbeaten Ben
Brush dimonstrnted at the Oakley track
to-day thai he Is the beot 2-year-old
in training, in the West at leatt. With
125 pounds up he won the Diamond stakes
us he pleased in tho f.mt time of l:0t lor
the live and u half furlongs. He was only
galloping at the llnlsh. Sir Vassal made
ft bi eace for ts lira. 4tt st tbe Jiuc
pel. but Ben BriPh, who broke last, rcl-
iiren nnu passci nun in me mm, ....
was all over. The lke was worth IV"'
o tlm Winner Ben IMer was o otn ant
Bvfon McClelland s maiden colt. Prince
Ll"f. who was extensivelv touted, was
third The slake colt Mrtrstnn was etiteti'
In i sellinit rue for ". won It csj nil
ws not run up Weather cloud) tin l
pleasant: trn.k fast. SummnMes-
First i-oe-se1lln; four and ft half fur
Innps. Mnrslrtti, 1 lo 5 won; Joe l ark,
25 ti) I, second. Mike Kelly, U lo 1. third.
Time. uis,. . . , .
Pooond rare Purse; wevrn futlonp. 1.1
selff, even, won, Leo Lalee, 11 to 5, seconiti
The Sculptor. 12 to I. thlnl Time. I:27-M
Third race fielllnft; di futloiifi'. Hollo
Foster, I to 5, won: Swlftv, m to 1. second;
Jim Dnnlen, 13 to I, thlfl. .TMnie. 1-1...
Tottrth raco-Pltmond 1(tWs: for 2-yenr-olds;
vnlue to winner M.nnn! five and a
half fuilontts. Ben Brush, 3 to n. won:
lien ivner, m in i, seeeni'i, i nine in...
5 to 1, third Time. 1 OS.
Fifth race Purse, mile and a sixteenth.
Tlvinp Dutchman, 1 to in, won; Blue and
Hlav. 12 lo I, second; Tnclc Tom, 30 to 1,
ll.il 1....... I tn.
llinii ll Hie, I 1 -,.
Sixth rnee-Selllnp; six fnttonps. Wild
fire, I f 1, won, Hani llnrlo f. to 2. eond:
Annie M.. 5 lo I. third. Time, l:HVj.
WHERE THE TAXES COME FROM
1 lilrli -tlir i Kansas Counties Heir Hirr
Oun-hiiir nf Hie Biirdeii of (Her u
Topeki. Kas, Jul 21 (Spec'il.l There
are ln5 organled counties in Kansas, each
containing about the same area, but widely
dlrfetlnp In population and wealth. These
toft ctuinltes ntinunllv pay tn the state
)I,3Ik,iK7 in taxes, or this sum more than
one-half falls upon the thirty-three conn
ties formlnp tho eastern third of the state,
Cherokee t 15.111 M
Bourbon 23.913 no
Miami m.TiVl ci
Johnson .,...., 17.130 ort
Wyandotte I1.v'.i i)
Leavenworth ., 31,3 lo (H
Labette 19,293 (l
OsRue ,.,.,,,, ,
, 15.M2 il
1 1'JW o i
1(5 873 01
131k 10.3x5 0,1
Greenwood li.tiltj ml
Lvon 2(1,817 o)
Mnrslinll 19,7-'0 on
Pottawatomie 1S.22S on
Wahauncc Fi.tieS ()
HIS CAUTION IN VAIN.
John Ileitis Robbed or s,!,-, Which lln Had
Put in Ills Mines llcforn lining
John Ileitis, a waiter at the Ozark res
taurant. No. lo; Cnlon avenue, rooms nt
a private r house on West Seventeenth
street. For the past few months he had
been saving his wages and had accumu
lated 15. He has always had a distrust
of banks, and so carried his savings sewed
in his clothing', a few days ago he had
his vest rep.ilted and tipped tlio money out
and placed It in his pocket, He neglected
to replace It In his vest and Monday night
when he went to go to bed he cast about
for some plni e to stow It where It would be
safe from the burglars. Finally he decided
to put the inonpj In ,, pair or new- shoes.
That act accomplished, he retired with it
feeling of perfect safety. When he invoke
ycstenlny morning his tltst glance wns
towards the spot ivhetc tils bhoes had been.
They were gone, and the monej also. A
biirhlnr had entered his loom iluilng the
still hours of the night nnd K"iitl) ear
th d them away with the bills snugly con
cealed within Nothing else was dlb
t in bid or taken.
-i:iti.i:ii a I'LUD.
Two M'oineu Assault n Common 1'ncmy
null severely Wound Her.
Ilcamy Mnhan and Mickey Colcninn.nllaH
Jennie Malum, two women who icsldo In
Toad-a-Loiip, arc locked up at police head
quarters on the ihatgc of attempting to
kill Tlllle Mnhan, a slster-ln-I.tw of Rentny
Mnhan. The assault occurred yesterday
afternoon at the home of their victim, at
St. Louis avenue nnd Bell streets. A feud
has existed between the ivvo women and
Tlllle .Malum tor sevonil months. Yester
day afternoon the women, It Is claimed,
went to her home to cause her to letiact
certain statements concerning their char
acters. She refused and a light ensued.
After beating and pounding her for iiwhllo
they stinted to leave, when she hurled a
parting remark al them. It nnpered them
to such an extent that both women pulled
lazois and tone wed the tint tie. The as
sailed woman finally escaped out of her
door and ran down Bell slieet, with
streams of blood gushing over her dress.
Her assailants followed her, but were pie.
vented fiom using their razors again by
the airlviil of Ollh ers MeAiiuny. Mor.ni,
Downey and White, who placed them un
der nricst and pioi ured a suigeon for tho
lnjuied woman She was found to have
received eight gashes In her aims, hrenst
and sides. None of the wounds will prove
'the Plug Must lie lllsplll.v cil.
Washington, Julv 23 Acting Secretary
Wtke to-day Issued flic following instruc
tlons to all custodians of l'nlte-,1 StatoH
buildings under the control nt the tie.is
ury depirtmcnt: "Tho flag of the Tnlied
States shall be hoisted over all buildings
under the control of the He-asm v depart
ment dining the horns of business and on
Tohruury 22, .May 3i and Jul) I, rrom sun
rise to sunset, except when stormy weather
pi events Its display When cither of the
lust three clays falls on Sunday the 11 ig
Is to be displayed on the d ly that Is ob
seived loiall.v On Mil) 30 the ling should
be placed at half mast. The levcnue'll.ig
will be displayed over custom houses, as
icqiiiicit by tn tide 1511 of the general reg
lilatlous, and the customs and navigation
Ihinriium Crops In Nebraska.
Omaha, Nib, July 23. A special to tho
Bee from Snyder, Neb says:
The small grain i rop here Is so enormous
and so much out of pioportlon to what was
oxpei tid that fanners .no having much dlf
llculty In bat vesting It, .Many are running
tlu-lr machine, seven dajs Iu the week and
then fear they will lose some whi.U. t)o
and oats. An element antagoiilstlc to what
the) term Sabbath dosce ration are threat
ening to have farmeis working ill the glaln
Ikldfj on Sunday in tested.
1'llglUh I, lei tliill Iti'tliriis.
London, Jul) 21 Aecoidlnp lo the poll
ing thus fai returned, the state of I lie
parties Is as follows: Consei vatlvcs, Kiiij
Liberal Unionists, 50, total Tulonlsts, r,ilt;
Liberals, U: McCarthjtte. r,7; u n. li
lies, 9; L.ilioi, 2, total opposition, 191 The
Tulonlsts thus far show a net gain of
IIBILF 1THVIS IIY 1VIR10.
Chicago, July 23 Sidney '.. Frazler. a
well known slock bioker, failed to-da.
The amount of his liabilities Is not known
us he Is out of the city.
Sedalla. Mo., Jul) 23.-(Speilul.) Tho
Democratic ccuti.il i oiniiiltten Issued n rail
to-da) for a county convention hem Au
gust 3, to ilcct delegates to the state con
ventlun at I'erlle Spilngs, August il
Constantinople, July 23, The reply of
the pnrte to the itmiumc Dilation of ihe
fiowers ii'gaidiug lefnim In Arimma will
be comiiiiiniiiiti'd to Gieut iltllulii, Franco
and Russia to-moiiow.
Gulhiic, o T.. July 23. (Special ) Mr.
Jennie Wade and two duilKhtei-,, of Pavvneo
county, were today bound over lo tho next
tin in of the United States court on thu
charge of harborlns u.ll.iiu and fiisltlwa
fialnesvllle, Ga., July 23. Secretary
11 nke Smith, of the interior depailiiieiu,
delivered here to-d.i the llrst of a series
of three ii'l'lressi'b Iu Georgia on the
liuuucial Is.-sin. He had a laige und at
Peine City, .Mo., July 23 -Will Agin, a
niomluent man of this city, was shot und
killed by A. II. Mead, a stockman, uUu of
tills city, this utteinoati. Meud escaped,
but the shelllf, with u posse, is III ptnsuil
Tlio muidtr was the u-sult or a drunken
brawl Great excitement pi ev ails.
Golden City, Mo., July 23. (Special.)
Henry Mortis, an old settler, died In
Golden Grove yesterday veiling, aged W
jeais. Ilo was a native of Pennsylvania,
und lived near the old Spanish mlneu ut
tho Giove for tho past fifteen jtats.
Clurksburg, Mo,, July 23 (Special.) The
county teachers' institute is in session 111
this place, with about seventy-llvo leaclieis
In attendance. Piofessor () K. Blown, of
the .Mexico high school, and County Cain,
missioner Gibson uiu the instructois. Thu
session will lontlniie tor two wicks, and
lllS UlfSllUlill, li uecj. Ui . 0
OF INTEREST TO STOCKMEN, M
WllMll'lllTti lAI-AN-dON IIP KANAS
cltv i.ii: mm k irAih:.
ltog .Milpped Here I roiu lilnbo nnd M'nb
Itiftlou I'roliMigeil Drouth In inttli-
Cm Arlrnnii I.Iip ilnik and
I'rnps-lii Mill, itntk.
Sutprlsos will never oono nt the
yuriK llnnlly it week passes now
withotit tho ili'volopniciit of some new
featttro, shnwlnp the (xtwtitlon of iho
trnde there, nlnl tho oxtcinllnp of trade
linc. Mil ho nini Witslilnptntt hnri Imps
on Iho market hero yrstorda-,. .1, C.
Helff, of Ppokano Tails, btiulght In four
lortd!, They worn seven iluvs on th
lond. nntl tm volet) 1,00 tnllos, They
sold nt fiom $l.?o m $(io.
Gonrpo ,N. 'ittmblyn Ik buck from tlp
loitllnry. lie anys tlio country tllete
T. ,1. Uninan nml Charles W. !tito, of
Iho Knttf-nt) t'liy Live Slock C'nminls
Bliui Comimny, who uboul ilueo m.uitliR
nfto wont to Arizona lo deliver a tut nf
lnnpe cuttle to Nortlient Iiiinois, re
ttiinod yoaterriity. They received nnd
delivered 23,000 caltle while there. They
sny tho peiutliom pot-tlon of that torn
lory Is blunt up, nnd many cuttle hale
been forced out of Antenna on nrcount
of the prolonpotl drouth.
rillbert Harr, Unit. Mo, wns In .os
tcrdny with somo pood Imp. They told
nt $5 10.
flnllitpher llios,, nontllo, Kits, had in
cnttlo iiiid lnipa ypUei-iln.
Willliini Kdlon nml It. L Cabl. were
nl the ynrds yt'ttterilny on llielr w.t to
Abe Clluo, roffeyvlllc, ICns . wns hero
yoslerclay with hopsi. lie suv.s i ntlc
nnd hops are short In his count-.. Corn
nnd grass pood.
J. It. Skinner, of Towhuskn, 1 T , was
ut the iiircln yetteidny with cattle. Ilo
f.xpocla to mnt hot ,000 this scnsi-iii, nnd
will feed l.noii.
William ICvans. Pndonln. Kis was
hero csterday with twenty-two choice
ptnde Anpus steers, nvoi.igtiur 1 Jx.l
pounds. They were sold bv Scuithce ix;
Khk nt $5.20. Tnst mini pot them
John Green, llntes county. Mo., c-imr
In yesterday with cattle. He rii-i caitlc
uro short In his county, but tlicj have,
tho usual number of hups.
O. A. Kcntnei, Illavvitthn, Kas, wns
nt the yiitibs ycsiei-dny with cnttlo lie
toports cattle short, but the number of
Imps the same, In Brown ci.untv as
last year Corn and pr.tss g.m.t
Brown & Mooney, Centralln, Kns.,
had in hops jestorriuy.
M. Heed and V. L. Wood, Lowlsburp,
Kas., came In yeslcrday with hops
S. L. Rnmsoy, Orionsn, Mo was at
the ytitds yesterday with cnttlo and
M. P. Tuck, Pettis county, Mo , gl
fooclots here yesterday. He -savs hops
are short in his county, but the number
of cattle the same as u jear ap" Crn
nnd prnss pood.
W. D. Ilo) nolds, Davis counti Mo ,
was In with sheep yesterday lie re
pents Bra- nnd coin line. Cattle und
hops rues short.
JUMPED FROM A MOVING TRAIN
Daring ITsrapa of a Prisoner Ihi Route to
.lefTersim City 'I he sperilT .iunips
Scdalln, Mo., Julv 2.1. (Spr. nl i J. rome
Johnson, n prisoner being t ikeu from:
Kingston to the pcnltentlarv , es aped,
while handcuffed, fiom .Missouri Pa. i lie
train No. 2 this afternoon, two nubs ii" or
Knob Nosfef. Johnson inn throng' tb
aisle of the ear and JuniP'sl oir riien.
Sheilft Goldsworthy, who wn i lose behind
followed him. The sherllf was badlv m
Jurcil by the fall, while the prisoner rin of
Sheilff Gotdsvvorthy was 1ak n to Knob
Noster for treatment. Johnson wns fm m. r
ly a United States ileput) niiii'li il, in I fur
killing a mail was sentcnu.l lo ivv.mv
years In the penitentiary. II. was p.n
doned on condition that he have tin snii.i
and never return, lie failed to k p the.
condition of his pattlou and w.iv r. irre'cd
and on his way to Jeit'orson Cltj when he
siispecteil of ltiirglir.
Henry Reed, who was mresi..) early
Tuesday moiulng with n iiu.iiiiitv of . jt
Icty iu his possession. Is sn.p, , i, r
hiivtiiB lately buiglail.eil tin Inn Ivvir,
stole of Simmons iX Co. at !,, .iwtie. ,rih
Kas. Yesterday afternoon Smgi in liiiv
found 102 knives In A. Alaska's pawnshop
at No. 110(1 Cnlon avenue, whi, h had I.. n
sold to the pawnbroker by It.. I Im il re
All of the cutlerv bote the m.n k ,.t i li
Leivenvvorth firm. To-da) an ollncr w.ll
iiriivc to take him to that cltv.
M'arrnnts Out for Hucksters.
J. M. Burke, of No. 17JJ Gi.ind avenue,
vwut to poll.'.- hcudqutirtc'is vesni-lai and
naked for the airest of David i,le an I
Phillip Che man, two hucksters, who stun I
at Tourth nnd Walnut strei is Hi , linn. I
that the men went to a picking Iimi
Tuesday nllernonn und se ui.d f.ts vv..i'h
nf hams, which they had chare I lo him
The hucksters, he claims, sold tin Iniui-i
and failed to turn In anv tin.n v to him
Detectives are searching for tin hiiikst.ib.
Ml. NOR 5li:.T10..
Tho flro department was ialli.1 to T'i
avenue and Fifth strcit nt 1 .!". o , lo, lc
lliui IIIIIK l i'l' 1 .-.piuniuii oi ll lain,.
dwelling. The blaze was c xtingiiish. ,1
foie the illllvnl ot the engine. Theie
Tim lloinneopnthle Club met list n
In the parlois of the Cnales Hon-. Hi
A. Barber lead a paper on "llh, uinatl
Next Tuesday evening the , lull will i
tn make an angi nu nts loi the ineeiln
the .Missouri Valley Homoeopathi, .Me
Association In Hits city next IK tuber.
tn . t
PALI. .MALI. .MAG.VI.m;. sniiiiiiier (Au
gust) .Nuinlier. Xiiiw Hindi. Prlii', MX
Cents. IMHi'il h.v Lord 1'reileile llaiiilllnn,
.11. P., and Mr Douglas Mr.ilght.
t'nr arllilli niiirriorily nt attl . Mtranj mtrU
thi A'tmmtr Aniift.T HuriiiUHm tirn tlir ittttiattit
fiiiinl (.,!. of Hit '1'AI.I, 11.. .11,.
.i.A', ' on of uhtfh im unw ulitrli Ki'l'J.'U
tiitti lot Ihiir rare iutn unit cimJUi'j Utility
.liHuntjit i unit thulium j mm a Uost oj ittt&ntifi
Till: MARC11IONI3SS OF CAUMATHK.V
"Seieiinm " A sloij.
MRS BANCROFT (tho famous uctressi
"Cox and Box in the Hng.idlne."
S. R. CROCKI3TT (author of "The Raid.
Pis" and 'The Mil,.).!!. Mlnlstet") "Lcivu
Among the Beech Leaves," A Scottish
It S. IIK'HHNS (author of "Tho Gieen
Cainalloii") "A Ro-Iueuliiatlon." A vveltd
and pott ci fill stoiy.
other lontrlbuilons b) GRANT ALLHN.
JOHN DAVIDSON, -MRS. PARR. I ZANli
WILL, the HON. W. W. ASTOR etc le.
A further spiles of the i banning uinl deli,
i.ue tac simile lepioducilons of GIACO
MHLLl'S vvaler coloi iliuwluus illustralo
a second article by "A SON nl Till:
MARCHL'S." entitled "Wlil.'N LILVVTS
Aiti; gri:i:n" ,
Copiously and supcrld) Ilhisiiute.l
Ihiiiughout h) leading artists. Coloied
irontisplece l.j GIACO.MHLLI
IMIIiuial and publishing ollh es It, Chin,
lug 1'ioss Road l.nililon, W C M:w
YORK -Till; INTTRNATIPNAI. fir.WH
COMPANY Toionto The Toionto New,-.
Compaii). Montlcal-The Montreal News)
till: OIL THAT I.UBUIOATIIS MOST IS
6HLL AMJi'-LTtill-U UV
VACUUM OIL GO.
But to buy It-ana. you will get Ilia IU
erlglasl pscksges go to
STANDARD OIL CO MP A NT.,
Tent & Awning Co,,
of Awning,, Tents, lings,
Puullus, lluy hluik unci Jla
ililmi loviis. MnUfoc prlists.
leUphono llll I,
1VU IHlt lgbtU a.