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CRUCIAL TEST COMES NOW,
lll.l'ISS AMI IHHIMIItl lll'l S I until
snitii. mi's ai ir.itMMi.N.
Bnrh Twin Will light Dr-penilcl tor
Ihi !' 1 liftc tlnne, H blili H .,(
Ill- Vthlrh It In Hi. the I r-.uH-r
-lliithnll l!nlt.
I morning WilSfr Watkins and Mn
irt rlauMrr will arrive tt-rrfh Dc
l vhr they plaved an nMMtiun
i 'erday, '' Ihl afternoon they
vl V Woes nt KjspnslHoU park Ih
h i' mw sfittKules to the death.
I the Hlosirfs have beep
r i fnt I li pennant whlth
I iiiilonlili of tin W i l-
fi nt on tlitii thiy had mi It
t i. it see""' as If lliev werr
to iii una ' if II Now
h i iitr i tlitnmrm
Ik vm it I i i In the
HI I Ml. II - I ill. hB
II l.ll I UK good
m i i -in I mi alike,
Iti I . s III 1 1 Kill Scp-
II I i till
1 Mil . 1 IV l)tl
if I ik I with tl
I" i h it I i m goi
lo M ill i I.I poi
'0 ' the I II. J'lA'
ii) l.i i I f ' I Urn; lull
III I' - wl i it lll i
II I In. . i Mum Km
HI i -tin tv In tin'
Tl l1 '.. I l ir l I
ol III u II Imht ill!
irl til i i I. nt till
irt 11 nil - ' 'i. ir supi
lo ' i. hiiiI ' t'l li niiliil Ir
e '" till i i i i 1 il I
III I i il
" 1 1 i in ' w i " ''.Kiin of
hi i tin ; i . 1 1 onllh I,
in v iv i i.iiiit ii v mi inn
iii iln'V il ! n Hoos-
I t u . Pi .11 I.T Tllt
tit I. a icnl ioveis
if i I 'ho tin. thlity.
Ill . I lll'l ni It lit expei ted
li t t . .in. ut three games will
v ili i lo Kansas t Ity If the
1
low
been playing Ihi kind
rves good crowds, ntul
-' important series of the
li i In no loubt but that
M . tame ulll turn out by
. i r their favorites on to
hi
ht
. Ic...
ManaRi i .'.! iu feels that It lit highly
mportnnt that the Bluts should take the
1rt game of the scries for thi double
"iwn that It will till the Blurs with con
Idem c, while at the same time It will
llseournRW the Howlers This afternoon
"harlev Hastings will be In the box for
'he Blues, ami he will shoot the balls over
he plate ho fast that the Hooslers Will
have difficulty In locating them It In
robablo that doss will do the pitching
'ir the Hooslers. an it Is his turn The
Blues have alwnj.s hit him hard and
'hey cxpot t to do It again to-day.
The came n III Iv- started nt I o'clock,
ivlth the teams placed as follow:
Kansas City. Position. IndlnnnpoIK
Hastings PiKhoi Cross
Hi rgen Catcher .... McPnrlttnd
Kinsman ., First Kane Mot?.
Manning S. cotul Base CanaMin
IlittlehJ Third Hae Itont
'.mnaiighton ... Shortstop Newell
lliTfton Left Held McCarthy
Mchol Center Kleld lIoRan
lllties IJlKht rietd Wood
Wi stern l.tiiKim tamllni;.
Won. Lost. P. C.
...42 2S fiW
...43 20 597
..'.4.1 33 ;
...33 i 31 534
...R9 85 527
...32 JO 401
...2S 45 3S(
...27 50 351
'ndtannpnlla
nnsas City
Milwaukee
' Paul
Detroit . .
Minneapolis
l'i rre. Haute
3 rami Iluplds ....
Term llnute, 11; St. Paul, t!I.
St, Paul, Minn , July 23. Score:
Paul 3 fl 6 1 0 0 1 2 n 1 4
V. rre Hautc.3 2 ft 1 4 a 6 4 1115 2
lohnsfin. Jones anflr Kraimt; UtiKhey and
R ittch.
Xntlnnnl I.ciikuo Stnudlni:,
Won Iyist. P. C
"Ievoland 51 ."..' oil
"ittsbum l :'.l 507
fiilllmore u 31) m
I nton 41 3D 577
'mclnmitl..... , t.l tl 55s
hlciUto r. 37 541
hllttdelphllt .TS 3.1 535
lOOklyn 33 35 5J7
s.-w York 39 35 027
vv aahlnKlon 21 45 34S
- Louis 2$ 51 RM
I lUlsvHle 11 5 11)1
Cincinnati, lot Plillndelpliln. 3.
'nnatl, O., July 25 Taylor and Ream
tod from ihe openlnir to the close
mime Philadelphia never had
nilonce, .',.'0. Store:
R.W.B.
cin i " 2 ft 2 1 4 ft 319 2ft 1
I hi m i 1 M D-H)
H i i Ul I'hines and Mur-
phj i I i 'Vnm, Clements
ano
I emu, 'io )'i liii n. B,
S " lob ham, the
urn i nt i ' kickers
i i- th i i" The
I'.ri the i ihe s-
i "I 1 B A'tend
.iiu p. it.n.
't ' ' -, ( i 1 ! i '.Jll
In ' a i i i in 4
II - i uin hi mitt
Ml I.if.
I 'ii.ii n l'4 I ..ul, Hie, I
1 .In I h i Minlr
Un ' t 'l.i ..u
'ir ! 1 ' n otl 1 i t'l.ul
d I'M ml .-. .1.
I! II F
l,n .i 2 i ia
l ) 12 1.
J '1 ' 1 1. mini
u i 'iiuoi ' ii il
( 1.
li.nl mil. li I - in. I
' ' lulv . I wn
lidi i I mi
'II i . i in i x
l.il i.'i
H H V
I"'. .1111 1 " ( T
In a J a Ii 4 V.I '
Ii' 'i i.iml. . hi i unmet
I.o 1 in ! (,
I l.ii ikii. Hj W i'iln I ai ..
' I"1 25 ' i l, nf hits
'il i .it, instil
1 i o i v rianu
'Hal M. n 1 iin ii,
RUB
a ft ft i 1 Ma j
" li Ii I ' 5 5 4
i- Tin i i nahne,
- ' k'Ulw Bu '. nc
fie
2 M
t'li
Wl
I
w,
I iitkhur. 10 Sew Vmk, S,
I I i Ji)ty 23 Plltsburu played
"lj 'i visitors in-l4. wlnnlner eu-
llv v ''s two runs were mud'- un
rr . iaii'is, S.WJU, Score;
Pit ,ft03Hfl3 t-10 O5
V . il Ii U M !-! I S
1 l'ltti.liur, Uiiwlo and Suu-
iu, ' ork, flerman utitt larril.
-MHtlllltl t.fUlgtip (lltlnst.
1 mery. Ala , July 23. Montgomery,
:, ,.llle. 9,
I ''. i W I
Inhibition Oanic.
Ite Moines, la., July SU-KxhlWtlon
Kaitt (score
n ii p
lies Molae , T It)
1 n aaoa pells , ... , :
Uolnu-.i 41)4 'frtigley; I'unmo mid. Woo4.
il't'iiunitr Oil I'U lllluili Una.
ctewuuul. a , .lujy as.-t'atthar jack
it'CoBPOr. "t tbd C'hveluil Club.tu-iisy ob.
t'ilU ai tenipirnrj injuuctlon alnst
tliA I!uIa,.,1 I id'-llu l, liPMi..nl ,1...
tha Ktttou4l ,.:
' ollfccljon of a line
T'utplie Mu'iy b T
VWMM W',,,H lltU
I' ut tSi. unuosed In
..::r.,.- r .. n...JU,i.:. rBJ, -n.r ,
mi , nuyusaa uy
wynv 4uiri " i 'nc itsi, (ill' in-
lUncilOB SIU rfirrtllin ill irVUtf SrOfD
baniilK O'Conwor Irom li!.i lnjr If ihe lm
i- not Kilt) vkitbln rt u days oVunuer
latins the flue a unjust. The ose will
be heart on Auuiwt 15. until whUj) itla
ihc injuntilofl will MPtily
(iuililii l.m tbii 11 Inner,
JiOndDO, Jul 25.-II1 the laies for tb
J.nsiluii ill)! an I teuiur Ull- -it thw Met-
r.'iiolltun fyalta lu-du Hon Kunert
OuintlCi, Of the l.'dll4'l Uoai t'lub. beat
the to N'kkalls aud Thompnui., of the
Aryctiitut Jloiit i'lub, of Torotitq, Caiiad.i.
I oiitcwiioil 'li'iiuN Tunruatiieiit.
Iircokllin Mi -. Jnl - I'll f urih
r"' .ii J oi i '. In 'ii L tiL . i t n i
tournament in mumi. ! liiw afi unrt
r'-tultirK 1 ui t li-ut J o t-1 12 W
lr.lt 11 iiir i t, 1. t, I. I 1 tl irll'ul
Tfri'lMtou b't J: l-l The ro 't - I
I ween Ware and r'Admiw, hlch tid
lltilfhcl ytcrdn, roinpletc'l to lai
Ware won H..1. 3-i!, 4 . M, M Thl nftei
iKion Weir plan Moey antl Ware and
Whitman rnei t
FIELD DAY OF THE FENCIBLES,
the t'npntif t'ntiipiiii tltl llhi. nit Ihuir-
sloii In l:ullnr prlims mill I Irlil
tin mi AmiJiiM I.
Sttndav, AtiRiiit I, will he Brejt da f"r
the Kana (Miy fenctbles. ftfi that t
the iVnelhles will lc their jtrand Held
day at tttteWnr prlns, and thv hnr
mad" preparation whhh lntlfe thnt Ihis
ltci'rtlon w"lll e.itinc nnWhtntf of u I ki
nature ever held In or nhoiit tatii t'liv
The exciiflohlls w-lll ro lo Px lior
Cprlnin In Ihe tnofhlnit. and r.irh 1i the
aflertioon Ihtfe will he a ptrnnd and unique
Mfil parade. In whli h then will lie mav
tin el fiattirts. The Kenelbles, Wlrrnn
(''itiipanv A. tlntlerj H and other orwiulxi
IIomx will join in the pnfa.le. whhh will
h. headed bv the frttnoiiJi drum eot- of
the Feneihliw Immediately nfli r the pa
rade the jirnaramme of the lb 1 1 l exer
rtees will be arrlrd out in l'iw bark.
There will he ronlesln at rldlt'C. wistllnn.
ittrrih. hurdle raelns, innnitiR Jiitnpintt
ntt sliootlhK, and in mIi h rontest the vic
tor will recelv !i handsome wot 1 medal.
After Ihe sport the Kin lbls. nnlled
by Jltti.ry- II. will xlve Ihe in it realistic
ham battle tvtr set h In the W.M. which
will last fortv-tlve mlntilr an I will I
well worth makliis (he Journey In ee. The
-jcurslon and Held day will be under the
iiHiiiiitrmoni of Lieutenant A. M. Madeira",
t the ft nobles.
UnlHil DHI.llill Alwt.
T pekn. Kas . .Inly 2.. -mpeclal Th
I ! i t stnti. meet i,r the Kansns dlvlslnli
i M -rlean Wheelmen will he held in To-
k Viicust in and It The iirograniinc
i ! i 1. 1 Is as follows
I i'h hbiisI Kl-(ine mile nnie, one.
. i I' rill. liiiiidUap, twn taie tun. let is
' i i .. i Imlf tiille. on. mile state chain
,i hii utie half mil" oil' n. two mile
ii ' ihn ' mile lap rni e,
1 ii itilin. AviRilMt 17-Dn.. mile open, one-
I . mile state championship, one mile
. ni'iiiiip. inn nun' eiiiie ritiiiiiinniieiiii, one
mile (T A A W. championship), two mile,
handicap, roniolatlon race
A cine lliiiilbie t tub.
The Acmes made the followlnn scores on
the Ro.vnl alleys lust nlttht.
fllrlkes Spares. Total.
Kin ...IS 12 HI.'
Wikox lj l .
Hnrran .17 ! r,T.i
Wnlte . .,., 1 Mi
Hlshop II t! RJi
Hunt n 4til
Hale fi 1 43.'
Ruble 4 li 4.1)
Holland ..,, 8 0 403
Uiijiil HiimIIiii; (;liili.
The following, scores were made by the
Royals on the Royal nlleys last night
Strikes. Spares. Total,
Peterson 15 12 627
Nelson 13 9 R71
Oent .11 12 R27
Jtrown II 12 BS3
Murphy lit ii f.23
Moirls IV 12 515
Nichols 10 S 603
.Mtdl.iml lliuvlllitr Club.
The Midland bawled as follows On the
Grand alleys last nlffht:
Strikes. Spares. Total.
O. ttartman 8 II 4S9
T VoRht 7 10 466
V. Morrow Il 12 43
,T. Rrnnd t 8 4W
T. Knox 2 It B8S
r. Hlnch 3 J2 3S(i
O. Schultz., 4 10 882
lllcjdo Jti'CiinU Atcepteil.
Philadelphia, July 25 Chairman Gideon,
in his weekly rnclnn bulletin, Issued to
day, states that the racing board has ac
cepted these record-
One-third mile, class R , standlne start,
unpaced Ry Frank That; her, Salt Lake
City, 0.41 3-5.
Competition records made by W. F. Sims
at Manhattan Reach. June II, 1895 Three
miles, 11.26 2-5: font miles, S 17, five miles,
10 47 ."!-; six miles, U 19 1-5: elffht miles,
17:17 3-5; nine miles. 19:31 2-5.
Mnhcr tint! O'ltonnrll limn Signed.
New York, July 25 Joe Vehdlpr, the rep
resentative of the Florida Athletic C'liih to
day reieUed from John tjitlnn, of PttH
burtf, the nttlcle! of apieement for th
llKht between Peter Muher and Steve
tTponne.11, to take pliu at Dallas, Tex,,
during the week or the t'oibett-Fltisslin-mons
contest The nrth les bear Peter
Matter's slKnature. An O'Donnell had al
tcady slni d. thi fljilii It now assured.
PESTILENCE ABROAD IN JAPAN.
Cholera It ItiKluff in Nearly IHery Portion
of tint i;inptri' anil Great .Mor
tality i;nut,
San Franelsco, July 25 cholera Is rafflnpr
In Japan and In ne.itU every province In
the little empire a heavy death rate ftom
the disease lh reported. The ortli ori and
pansetiKers of the city of Pekln te.l tab i
of death from cholera In the streets of th"
cities where the steamer callcl. From tin.
outbreak of the disease until the da the
steamer sailed from Yokohama-1 183 deaths
had been teported. The dlseube was
brought to Japan bv the fotces reiurilnrr
from Ihe war In China and Cote, .ied
whenever n reRlment was si nt hoin. and
disbanded, casts of thohrn big, in to de
velop and the disease spiead nitit such
rapidity (hat the physician of the dIMri-
wire unable to check It. Mllltat;. ipurar
tlnes were ehtabllshed, and all remmcits
ri turning were held unlit ull ttacis of the
disease were stamped out In pi of
sitih piei mitiuns and the uniti d cftufs of
th piaiantin" olliceth and physician, the
plajfue has become ptex.ilent and nil the
was fiom fifty to 100 deaths a dav an re.
port' d Jrom it, and as tnan more at" sa'd
to oc-uf th it ncer teach the eats of the
attthorl'le.
HUNTING DUBRANT JURORS.
I'liq Work of Selecting Twnhe Uood Men
and True Kevins .Morbidly
Curious Wopim,
-iii Framlscu, Jul 25 A number of
i ii women strucxlcd with ciilar miov.
"kers to obtain udmisslon to the tilul
I In odon inn ia til for the murder m'
I. liunumt to-iln The pi occedjimo
i Mi tin- district attijiiitj's utlnnipt
.im.imii tin defendant's itppHintlon
1 iiu. of venue. Alb i a nuinlm
ii 'n I. had been ptesented, stalli k
niilaiit Would have a (an ttlal In
1 iin ieco, .ludpe Murphy denied the
unit's applli Ailon tor a chitnee ot
i- rUIhb Utitiaut the riBlu to rem w
.c mutton later on The conn hiiiuhiih ed
tin .-u-iiilbd 1ay, hnsed upon the Kmuuin
nel ihutih intuders, could not be product d
dutltiK tins ttlul, or while I tut action hub
pi ndliur in th suiietiiu uui'l. The selec
tion or juiors then uwiminced. Klfty of
the Itirms offered oxcum-s wliKh Wt ae
eeptcl by the coutt Prom the- other l no
Jiirms who had b,en Htinimoneil an nttempt
was then made to nmnr twelve talespu-u,
put runt, who was ai oinpiinted in tottrt by
his lather and mother, maintains his mini
anil untouii rncl ilemeanur.
iimxM'i: ciiLi.ucnuNfe.
I'lgure for the Hnnsiu City Iihlriet. Klin--!,
Ukltiliuiiiu anil Mit.iutrl.
WashipBton, Juii .'T UJpei lai 1 Tho an
niml statemiiH of the inmnii.-r-loner of In
ternal revtnne shows ioll"iUons for the
last '1 j5i in the Kuntas t'tiy tllstrlct
am uniting to 111-', la". .7. and for the Kansas
distrlit. Including oklahom.i and Indian
Terrlor, 2TJtS33l, mil for ihe Eastern
district of iiu.ouii, 47Mi,iWi:i
i in mumi ii i ip
Mhcr fJninsntliin n Aiitauni,
Blrmtnhm. Ala , July . t has been
deeded by riiptain 11 ( Kulb, Polonet I),
si. Troy and oilm Tre ftlher men, papil
litis nl hoi to iaue cll for a '
vention to h, i,n u IHrmltutlnim In No
v ember, t i mti t ths silver movement,
without n-,irl u puly lines. No attempt
will hi mad. to uotnluate a state tl'-kel.
Captain Kulb av all silver mn, without
ivgat I u party will be invited from Ihe
Soiitlit in -.tat., and that siiuakirs of ua
lluual reputation itlli bv ursseat
llhcrs iu lai at llonjliiL- ilri.n.
Hannibal. M'j , July 25 Umniirli lHwi
the uitaro iiiaiudl g,lth assaultliij and
mutd-Jntj Urs Cain, at Fultun, Ma., ho
wss brougtil hue last iiitfhl to escape a
mob. was to-'!a 'iret on a siboi-i l.liio
trulu and lak.n to loj,lln' firtui llir. ft,v
utople tn tni ilt knww the ti-,-iu wus
here or b. nild have lietii uken from
juii and banid
h Din clor lor Modern VVnoiluieii,
Fit; jii III. July 25. (gpnJal.t ltnla.
win li .smith of XUiiKatu. Minn , wa. to
day I't 1 to tbe board of dlit.t.n4 of
the M'b rn A ijoUiueu of Amuba, to 1111
the i 'jii i i a, -ul b ihe renlunatlon of
J l J i' i a' I', abo.l, K i
Ubjuiir tor Kaiuait.
Chipped dul'y in secure packages by
CLOfCU UYSSCLL. DrUKKUt.
Oppcutj wtltlos" room. Ualoa Jr-jeU
THI? KANSAS
GOOD DAY FOR BOOKMAKERS
IAI.I.M II Ml t.tril.IlM I t I.hs 1'lfltl.MI
till: M.S.M lis M.SlClttlAli
llor Win Ihe Duly M limine IMvorllei Mille
I it ii nf Ihe It'll c Were ('npluieil lij
lltttcine tlntili rltnrlln; lie-
ult l.lewhere.
The bonkmakeM mnde a kllllntr nt the
exposition DrlvInK park rat is .vesterdav,
one favorils tthd td fpcottd rholres ttelns
tin best the latent roulit do In the wn, of
I I t. t.ft Winners. Hoy was the onl Tavor
i'i i i win, and he did hot seem to le nny
i 1 1 1 it 1 11 likcl, his tirlci l-ecedina from even
minry at tht openlhtf to i to t at the poet,
the rumor Balnlti circulation that he was
S ill , ,
The sensn'lons of Ihe day Were th vlc
tiirlts or Hi n Harrison and Camden at
li and SO to I, anil practically unbacked,
ntul thi startling reversal of form shown
In Immlldit tn the Inst lrtee Immlldn ha
been mnninir unplaced In all sorts of fields
with llht welaht, hut yesterday she picked
up lis pounds and won In easy sle, show
ing a world of speed, It looks verj tnin h
a If somebody Hail been cheating; with
fc.Ji-.
Two sensational finishes by Mclniyrc
Were the features of the dV. raclnir.
In the fourth race he, by the hardest , kind
of work, got itoy Dp In lime to boat Nell
Flaherty out bj a head, and in the last
tiue no other boy at the tiaik could have
won with lmmll.la. Carrol' also put up n
sTond ride on Dick lllltifrlon In the see
on 1 lace. In the last rare llorotmm Rot
Into an arRiiment with the starter and
wis st down indefinitely
There In In no ball itatnc th" attendance
w.ii the latsest of the week. The trails
was fast and the speculation was as lively
' ny day of the ineetlnit
..The first race oh the card was a dash of
live fin lons with ten tfntter. When the
betting opened Baj Don ttnd Horn .May
wctf the favorites, but the bin was so
seatterltiK that nt the post as Rood as 4
iu i nun airainst nair a itoren or litem.
There was quite a plunge on (lopher, but
n lonn di lav nt the post and several breaks
in tvhlch he ran a ionlderable dlstnnce
each time desltojed his chances, anj when
the race was run he wa not In It. Nellie
11 got away in fiotit, with Her
trude ft. second and (topher thltd. Nellie
ii. mam tne rnnninK. wttlt flopner and
lien Hartison next to her to the sttetih.
where Hen Harrison, a lontr shot, came by
tile leaders with a rtih nnd won. Nellie
B was second and Pat Hrookt, nnother
outsider, was third Pora .May tan h koo1
race and would have been cloe to the
money If she ould have ffot throtiKh nt
the turn Into the stretch.
The second race was at five furlonfts
with eleven starters, and there were nnv
number of Rood things In it. KlUKcraft
was the favorite, with Annie n and Dick
T.afllnRton sttontf swond choices nt .1 nnd
4 to 1. Carroll Rot Dick Lalllntrton away In
front and kept him theie, ridtnir a Rood
race. Hrownvvood was second to the quar
ter, w here KlnR raft and Hint Dobson
moved up and KlnRcraft finished second,
hut Bird Dobson fell out of It, allowing
Sir Charles to get up In the stretch and
ct third plai e Annie I" , one of the Rood
thlnRS, ran a very disappointing- race,
never beinjr dangerous.
For the firt ra e, at six furlonRs, Ar
kansas Traveler was made a hot favorite,
being baikcd down from 1 to 2 to even
monev Cntrle Anr'erson nnd I'ltno were
the best backed of the others Carrie An
derson. (Jrecn Prevvitt ard Aiknnsns Ttnv
eler vvns the order at the stnrt and to the
stetch, where Camden came with a rush
and finished an easy n inner Catrle An
derson was second, half a IrnRth In front
of Arkansas Traveler Arkansas Traveler
mlicht have won if Bosteman had used
some judgment and taken him to the out
side, instead of keeplne him In a pot kit
all the wnv. where he never had a chance
to extend himself.
The fourth race was at five furlongs nnd
Boy was the openlnR favorite at even
money, but he gradually went bark In the
beltlnR until nt the post 2 to 1 could be
obtaitnd about him. Nell riaherty and l.i
fiartia were well plased at ,1 to 1 Nell
Flaherty wns quickest on her feet nnd Rot
nttaj In front She led to the stretch, with
Ro in second place and drlvlnp hard. A
hundred yards from the tmlsh Nell Flah
rtv q.uit n little, and Melntyre, b a su
preni ITort. broujrht Uoy up and Just
beat her out a. head. Grey Hatlle ran the
best race of the lot, being cut off on the
last turn, then maklnR up a lot of sround
in the trteh and finishing a close third,
lapped out on Nell Flaherty.
The last race was at six furlonRs and at
tin openlnR lius Strauss, F.echoillrc nnd
Immlldn were on about even terms To
WHids the i lose of the bettinR there was a
plungr on Otis Strauss, whnh sent his
priie down to even money at the post 3
to 1 bcliu.- laid against Immlldn and Kei h
otllfe. Cn th" nnd 'Ins Strauss tvere the
! liters lo tile r.tretch, with lchollee
third At the quarter Catlln vvus Jostled
into the frtue and fell back Oti Strauss
.nut Ijfholllee golnR on In front
to tin stretch. In the stretch
M'Intvro sat down and tode Im
mllda hatd and. coming up fast she heut
tins Stiauss half a length, with Ke hotllep
third, tins Stiauss Is chicken hearted nnd
w hen he Is i hallenged at the lluish il
ways cut- it.
Summaiics
First tnie Five furlongs John A Camp
bell's Ben Harrison, eh h . n, Black Pilnee
li.vusv Olrl 107 lOreen), 15 to 1, won. Nel
lie B , 97 (J. Diivisl. to 1, second. Pat
Ibooks. 9'i (McAullffe), I" to 1, third Time,
1 04's IJophet. Wild Ttrlai, Gertrude II.
Abe Halstead. Montretlow, Bay Don nnd
lint a May also tan.
Hfcond I nee Five furlongs. I T, sta
bles' Dick LafliiiKton, hg a. Jack Hardy
dam bv Hood !04 (Carroll), 4 to 1. won,
Kinpiiaft ! (Hrlft't 5 to 2. setond. Sir
Chillier, 101 (rinzrmanl. 10 lo 1, thltd. Time,
1 03j Sundown, tdv le Bleepy Bill, Annie
K. Maple Leuf, itlnl Dolison, Brownvvood
and High License also inn.
Third lace -Six fin longs. W. D Barnes
Camdrn, br g . i .lnqulta Ttohalle, 119
(Lmh) 15 lo 1 won Carrie Anderson, S9
I Van Camp) 1 to 1. second; Arkanka:, Tiav
rlei K.J tBosi man) inn, thud Time,
1 in. linen J'nwlit Elmo, rjnze. His
llo'ior. roin A and Leutnlirla also ran
1'iaiitli iarn-1'lvi furlonn I C Jor
dan Hlid's Bov In R , a, Fatistus Sallie
Divls, 112 f.Mi Intvie). to 1. won: Nell
Flahettj im (Honcmnu), 3 to 1, second,
Ciey Hutlle, 90 (foul, i) 10 to 1, thltd Time,
1 HI, La Cnrtln Muloi Dilpps, Arthur Da
vis and Heshle Vnser also ran
Filth iaee-giv tin longs William Mul
k' v's lntmllrta in ni , 5. Lucifer -Nlohe, 119
(Milntvtel, 3 'o I won. (ins Stiauss, 110
fit' Htt iv.n second, Km-holltee PS (Masoni.
-H to 1, Ihl nl. Time, 1 18-4 Catlin Joe Wool
man, Hlack Rutin. The Clown and Bridget
alo ran.
ItMtrles for Tonlaj-'s Itntes
Following are the entries anil weights
for to-day's races:
First race Three-quarters of a mile;
selling. Haskell, f; Hopper, 103; UHly
Travis, SD; Belle Stunt, Irt. Idvle, 100: Joe
Shu lock. iwi. Pat Lei, 101, Violetta. 105;
Monk i "voi ton, 9
S com! ran Three-quarters of a mile
Wild Briar, ; I'm Point, UM; Leumbtla,
97, John li 1"l; Martha Smith 91; Import
an.., 101, Ho'k Hill, 99. Krace, 105; hex.
citii, nvj.
Thlui ran I'tvcelghis of a mile; sell
ing Hnuvv Slide, 101; Favorltn. 96: Mn-.li-rla
Urn, Madonna, 104, King llaifl, 101,
Abliii Fisher, lid; Funnle Hunt, 10s,
Hliir lie Kerr, 10
Fourth rate Kleven-slKteenlhs of a mile
Mamie S, 105; John P. 107: Pauletti, ins,
4 Vlltr tor. K. Momus, 100; Rlehanl T., UfJ;
Virgin, 105
Fifth mce- Nine-slxtfenths of a mile;
celling Dei k. Un; lllemoe nt, Ben Wilson.
101. Lucy Day, 102, Somherneat, Mi Nell
FUhnrty, 105, Lit I 1b KM, 90, Alio Addle, S7.
Winner nt Kwitngn,
Saiuioga. N Y., Jul 25 Theie were not
ovci iiUO people ul ibe Karaloca itaciug
Iiaik to-day, unit tlu-ie was mi iipputeut
mk ot Interest In the rt races, which In
eluded the llankeis' stakes, us lite lleiiis
weiv ver light. Tile track und weather
woe favorable. Siiiiiinail.'S
First tai e -jawc. pmakes. $500. all ugt,
six ruiloiiRK I'llffonl, 1 to 20, won. Logan,
15 ju I, stcond, Kha, 30 to 1, thlui. Time,
1.1 Aj.
Se. and luie Swiciistukes, S500, for 3-vear-ol'ls.
oin mile, lie" del Canes, 9 to
5, won, Brandy wine, 3 to 5, seioud, Funule
Louise. 9 lo 2 thinl Time, I I2(
't'li i ul iaie llankeis' stakes, l,5nu, live
furlongs. 5liissulmuu, 3 to 1, vvoti, jtosa
lllil if, li to I s. 1 end. Ouuiettu, 2 lo 5,
third Tinu, 1 "2
IVurth lai. awtepsttikev nil ages, iiii,
one mile and u blxtettith. Sir I'xcuks, 1 to
3, won; Chant i to i, kecumi: Bub Neeliy,
I to 1, tbtrd. Time. 1 IW,
Fifth iui Swirpslakes; ?V1; nno mlla
ami a furlong W 11 , 1 to 2, won: KIL
kennj, 2 to 1, e. ond, ltoal OeurBO, 7 to 1,
thlrU. Time, 1 57',.
Hate H Inner lit Oakle),
Cliu iniiati, u Julv ii LUsak frluhteiicd
out all the i-iuri.b In the lltlb tace at Dak
le to-day exitpi St Maxim, and the rm e
was declute.l mf Tle were live ollur
tvents ou thi piuaruinmi!, tlio bct lonlcst
. ! being lu a inllu lor 3-year-old illlles,
I lanla. ullvc ai. I Jane llniahlng lipiinl In
tbii 01. lit' In tin Ohio stakes, mile and
.. tmrtir Itl.it I'nqijr made a modeiate
pa 1 to the mrn when tho fuvoiltc Pep
in t went to 'ir 11 out and won rather
b iiidily front orhel. who came tlrone
ut tho llnish
Tht. atlcndan c waa cry Urfa'v, as is
CITY JOULUsT I'MUDAY,
usmtl on slnkc dnvs. wet r plonsanl and
the unek fast Snmmir , . .
. First race Selling; fomnd n hnlf fur
tons, imp. Belle llrnml, 1 .10 1, won;
All.e , 10 lo 1 SCi el Julie, 7 to 5,
third Time, o.5H'.
, Second racePurse, s"t furlongs. Leo
Lnke, 3 lo 5, won: The I'ber, 9 to I. sec.
on I, Hrendoo, 4 lo I. Ihl Time, 1 2i
Tltlrd rnce-1'urs' . ot mile. 1rnnlnt
even, won; olive 9 lo lecond; Jane, 10
to 1, third. Time, 1 n
I oitrlh race 'Ihe nhl slakes; n sell.
Ing stake; value to wlnn tl.tiX), mile and
n quarter. Pepper 5 to won; VoorheK
I lo 1, second, Hhett tloe, 15 to L third.
'1 line, 2 m
Fifth race Dei Inrrd rj
SKelh race Selling, foinml n half fur
longs. Serena, 5 to 2. vvi I'm get, R to 1.
secotnl; Fair Lid, I tl, third. Time,
O.fJj.
ARTHUR GARDINERIIDING WELL
In Ihe .Mile Open nt McmlUn Be Heat
Bald Out In n lprrale
I Inl'li,
yietihenvllls, 11, JiilyM i:ieen races
wire broiiKht off fn-dajin the hnlf tulle
track at Pleasant Helgl, tinder the nu.
pices of the Stenbenv Athletic Clltli.
The attendance was l.fi The event wns
a fixture of Hip nation circuit nnd was
handled by tompctent ilclals. The traik
was in flue rendition. '! mile open, class
11, was a battle rovalietweeti Gardiner
and Bald, (laid laptl his opponent's
wheel at the tape. Lar In the day (Jar
diner established n tic local track rec
ord for the littlf tnlle, nlng II In 0 57 1-5.
He was paced bv Decdy and Scolt and
Lund nnd Van lletlk 1 tandems, but In
Ihe finish bent the Ini tandem out by a
length
The clasn 4 races vvre timisunllv num
erous and, without exi'itlon. good. George
II Helms, a local rbV, won the honors
In three events ana tot second In the
tandem races, Stimtnf' ;
Mile tandem, class . A. Qnlmby Mini
Scott won; Helms nnd Idles, seioud. Irons
Bill AUchcnbiugh, Hid Time, 2 55
Hair tnlle open, cl.11 A. George Helms
won: John F. Steele, econd; J. 1: Muss,
third. Otto Mavo, fouh. Time, l.t. 1-5.
Half mile open, clnssll; first hem. Jennv,
first: L. C, Johnsot second, Brown,
third: Maddux, fourth Time. 1:15 1-5 Sec
ond heat. Gardiner, rst, Cooper, second;
Coulter, third. Hllss, mtth Time, 1 t'J 1-3.
Final heut Gatdlnet first; Maildov, sc
ond, Johnson, third; .Town, fouith. Jenny.
Coopet and BIls ills rode Time, 1:11
Mfle handicap. cis A Merrow. 70
yards, won: Steele, vtirds, seiond. W.
S Heed, 90 yards, th'd, Ci.vde Qultnby, (V0
yards, fourth, Tim, 2.191-5. Thirteen
starters.
Mile open, clss B-Gardincr won: Bald,
econd; Johnson, thed; Murpliv, fourth.
Time, 2.11 4 5. Phlllls, Seigler. Callahan,
BUs nnd .McDonnh also rode. Brown
quit and Barrett rell
Mile, 2:10 class, enss A Helms won;
Steele, second; Mn third; Bert Irons,
fourth Time, 2:41 2-
Three tnlle lap rac, class B First lap.
M.iddox, won; Philips, second. Second
lap Sims won; Tilts, second; Maddox,
third. Third lap, Ttus won, Sims, (-p(-ond:
Callahan, thin. Fourth lap, Dc-
nrdy won; Scott, second, Titus, third.
Fifth lap, Kcott vvn, lucardy, second;
Callahan, third. t.th lap, Siott won;
Decardv, second; MiDonald, third Total,
Si ott. 9 points, won Decardy nnd Titus,
7 points, tied for second place, Sims, 5
points; Mnddo, 4 points, Phillips nnd
Cillahnn, 2 points. McDonald, 1 point,
aIo rode.
Five mile handicap -.lass A Helm. 150
vards, won; C. C. Aielenhaugh, 50 Mirds,
setond; Mayo, inn va-l, third; Sttcle, 3",0
urds, fourth. Time of s. ratch man 1C.15.
rAVOItlTi:s IIO.V AT DUTItUIT.
Hob Stownrt't l'rliiciss Helle tint Due Heut
111 Her ltlire.
Detroit, Mich., July 2". Thteatenlng
weather kept the at eirlance down some
what at the Grosse I'olnte track this after
noon. jV light rain fell Just before the first
race, but only served tq make tho already
fast Hack faster ThH was decidedly fa
vorites' day, every one of the three win
ners being first choices ami heavily backed.
Bed of W.iranoke took the fourth heat
and race of the unfinished 2.2.1 trot Klntn
atb took the first heat of the 2 11 trot
rather easily, but in the second was haul
pushed by i'enn, nnr won In an exciting
finish by a nose I'enn took the thltd lit at,
11 ml bv going the distance in less than
2 07xi. won the jvi orferrrt bv the club for
that feat, and aln broke the vvotld's rec
ord for trotting geldings. I'enn acted badlv
I.. .L ...1. l..t .....,!.. ...11., . .- -I..U.1.
Ill uiu lull, lii "'in 11,1111111 11,11 an t'i,iiwi
of it mile, mid Klamnth wnn easily, al-
., 1- ,t.n T,. ... 1. ....I . l..-,-.. ....ln
IIIUIIKII III'' J ' iiii- 1 ,1111,1 iiiiit iiiauu u
wonderful buist of speed at the finish.
Blown Hal, the llist lIioIi e in the 2 15
pace, lost the Hrst bent by blinking and
tunning before he 1 cached the first tuin,
hut went out and took the next thteo tn
hollow stvle
James L. fasllv outclassed bis field In tho
last race, and should have won in -trnlght
bents had he been driven to win When
ho was llnallv stnt out. f'olom I Kiw r was
the only one to keep htm compnnj and
two of the heats were only won after A
struggle In thf stretch. Summatles
2 23 class, trotting; putse, $2,000 (unfin
Islied vesterdnv I
Ited of Waranoke 1 1 1 1
Princess Belle 1 2 8 5
Olenmoro 2 3 2 1
Bnssora 3 -I 5 2
George L. Napoleon 1 0 5 J 3
L'M'loit . 5 COC
Time-2 17. 2 ITU. 2:1S'4. 2'lR1ii.
2-11 class: trotting; purse, J2.0M.
Klamath 1 12 1
William Penn 4 2 15
Nightingale 2 3 5 3
Lcs,a Wllkeb S il 3 2
Knlghtmore 3 fi li 0
Aunt Delilah , , 3 i I i
Time. 2 12'.-, 2 OS'4, 2:07Vi. 2'10,,
2.15 class, pacing; purse, 2,000.
Brown Hal 1 111
Little Joker 3 2 2 2
Toxie I 3 3 1 1
Kentucky Star 5 R 5 3
Nicol 11 1 4 R G
Phenol 10 5 3 5
Gavvaln 7 G S 7
Judge Sterling 0 7 7 ds
Vestigle Ids
Babette Rds
Nellie M , ds
Time 2-im,, 2.114. SHO'-i. S'lO-li.
2.17 1 lass; trotting; purse, 2.0ul.
James L 7 2 11 1
Bravado 2 1 1 fi S
Pelerine , 1 1 ft 7 ti
Colonel Kuser 0 7 2 2 2
Kate Phallamont I 9 3 1 S
Lee, Simmons S ti 7 C I
Colonel lib key li 5 S S 9
Sidney Miiirtgor 5 10 10 10 5
Quality 10 X (! 9 7
Penelope , 3 U U 3dr
Time, 2 15, 2.1'a'i. 2:13IC., 2 123J. 2:12'.
Wistcliister Makes Annoitiireil,
New York July SB The Inaugural meet
ing of the Westchester Itai Ing Assniliitlon
under the auspices of the Jor key ('tub, will
be held tit Moirls park, In ginning Oilfiller
15 The following stus.es are announced
For 2-yenr-olds Nurserv handb ap, H,5o0
added; thr(e.i;uarters of a mile.
Albany; ondltions. guarantee of 2.ti0()
Three-quarters of a tulle. Cushion (Illlles).
conditions, tl.noo added; time-quartern of
a mile
Ussex, selling: guarantee .'.OOO Three
quni'ti is of a mile.
Whim Plains handicap; ,soo added
Three-quartet s of a mile.
Champaign, londltlous; guarantee Jl.nao
Seven-eighths of a mile, for 3-vear-uldn
Withers' handicap; guarantee 3,500 One
and one. fouith miles
Ilunlei handi'ap, JliV) added One tnlle
Jernine handb up; t,f'i added fine ami
one-eighth iniles, for 3-year-olds and up
ward Manhattan hnndhMp; guatantce fj.WVs-,
t)ne and one-fourth miles
Muulilpal liunillcap: guarantie 1,500
One and Ihri e-fourlhs miles
llronx hindbap Kitaraiiiie (J.noo Three,
quarters of a mile.
Kate at Ati hiMiu,
Atchison, Kits., Jul 25 -bpc, ,,i , riif
Ihniiband peopla nlteiided the rm e to
day. The weather was peifect and the
Ati'hUon track record wus lowiied li
i 111 He pat ml a mile In 2.15, In the
i Hi trotting iluss, tor u purse ul 3i, Heir
Mtdiurn won; Gordon t'liinmlns seioud;
Bessie Frost, third Time 2 27, 2 2SU. i 32
3 Oo (..ii e, purse I'U) King laid took three
stialgtil heats, McJiiuuld .MiGrugui, set.
ond; Nulla V. thltfl: Time. 2..M',,. 2:2i)h.
2 23'4
Tin free-for-all pace for a putse of Kin,
was not finishci), owing to darkness. Joint
t'utpenter took tho two Hist huals. His
best time wus 'i:Wt. Carpenter was closo.
ly followed by Uviryway and Guy. fiuy
took the third und fourth limits, pacing tha
third heat In 2-1I1'. The lace will be con
cluded to-morrow.
In the 2 li trot Orecver won two straight
heats. This lace, us well as the rumili.g
race, was not finished.
Itaclng nl I'rieporti III,
Freeport, 111.. July 25. Four events were
on the card at Tailot's park tliio after
noon, and while nque wito vety ilosc,
good time was inadu In eath race In tho
lace for 2-j ear-old pacers, Sulphtde luado
tho second mllo In 2 U'.i, being (lu- fastest
ptlle iitaiie this seaton for 2-1 ear-old pacers.
In the 2 17 class trntt, Uuion Uogers
tiutted the thltd heat In TU' being tho
fastest heat ever tiotlcd iu a rai 0 on tlio
1'reeport track
The 3.10 pace was won by Wesley It. in
.limV 20, JSOo.
2:, 2 1.1'-, 2 I2'4. rllles Nees l(k nrst
heat In 2'12U' Sphlnxettn, the thinl;
Hnrr.v Hollcn. the fourth. . ..
Dentine won the i.n trot In slrjlfht
henti. Time. 2ii. t:ti. t t. .Malm,
secohd; Jndge Criblree, third.
ftttlphlde vxon the 2i-.VMr-liL pace In
straight heals Tittle, 2 IB", t lM, Pilot
.Medium, Jr, sectiltd; Sir Kid. third.
Barnti Itogers won the 2:17. irot in
straight heats. Time. 2.13, 2:13' De
inont, second; Winnie IL, third; Klnp How
May, fourth.
MKMCO'S Bill MHtlt.i: BtMb
tblrleen nt Ihe I luet Hnre In the t oiin
try Will Compete,
MexIco.Julv JS-tPprelall Tlic big Mexico
fair on the kite mile Irark teRlns next
Tttesdnv. Thlrlfen of the best horrs In
the world will contest Tor Ihe hltr snddli
slake. Herp are th entries for the 1 OX)
premium Tor the best hotse, mare or geld
ing. Ilex Denmark, brown stallion, owned by
T. S. Harrison, Atixvne, Mt nnd en
tered by Harrison .xt BIbr. Auxvasse.
Mo
Hlack Mont, blai b stnlllnn. owntd.nnd
rntered bv J. O. Saltford. Attxvasse. Mo
George Wnshltigton. bay stalliort. owned
nnd entered by II. T. 1'reoman .v: Son.
Mexb o. Mo
Village Boy. dark brown lalllon. owned
ami entered by C. F. Blank. St. t.ouls,
Mo.
Indian Boy, black celdltig. owned nnd
entered bv .lefT llrldgrnril, Paris. Mo.
Hex JtcDonald. blnek stallion, owned
and entered by John T. Hughes, Lexing
ton, Ky.
Prince William, bnv gelding, owned and
etilered by John T. Hughes, LexiiiRton,
Kv.
Squirrel Hose, blnck stallion, owned and
entere.1 bj A II Cnpllnger. Moberlv, Mo.
King tlavbnrn, rtntk gray Retdltig,
owned und uttered by It. B. Glenn, Co
lumbia, Mo.
Itllile Hrowtt, hlnck talllon, owned and
eiiteted by Ficetnaii, Blown .t Co., Mex
ico, Mo
The Kid. blnek stallion, owned and en
tered bv L. B Morris, Mexico Mo.
Diamond- Montrose, Jr.. blink stallion,
owned and entered by W. W. Johnson,
Mollnn. Mo.
Alnmode, chestnut stallion, owned nnd
enlcted by John II. Wayne, Mexico, Mo.
tt.itctut tlrlgbtiiii lteitli.
New York. Julv 25 There was good
rtclng nt Brighton to-day. The attendance
Vvas excellent, the track rust and the fields
large The most Interesting raie of the
dav was the second, In w tilth a field of
ten 2- eat -olds wittt to the post. It re
sulted In a grand finish between Cassette,
Vollej nnd Heretic, xv ho crossed the line
heads apart lleiiu Ideal was the fuvoi
ltc for the rnce, but In the run up Ihe
stretch w is shut out nnd could not finish
better than fourth. Volley showed re
mnrknble change in form. Summaries.
First race All aces; one mile; selling
Appomatox, !(! (O'Lenrj). C to 5. won;
Magsle K., in (W.vnn), 5 to 1, second: Tom
Skidmote 101 (J. Donnelly), 5 to 2, third.
Time, l:IJi Mls Dl.xon, Jllson and Sir
Calvert also ran.
Second race Two-year-olds: five fur
longs. Cassette, 105 (Wynn), I to 1, won:
Vollev, 100 (Keefel, 10 to 1, second; lleret
Ic, 103 (J. Donnelly), 5 to 1. third. Time,
1 02V Beau Ideal II , Artist, Fred K ,
Onnolee, Laurie Davis, Trtmnrgo and Col
umbia It. alo ran.
Third tace Three-year-olds; one mile
Tine I'enn v, 10S (Dnggettl. 5 to 2, won;
Sir John, 107 (Penn), 12 to 1 second: Vent,
10.' (Shecd). C to 1, third. Time. 1:15. Be
lief, Souvenler. Lady McCann, Escape ami
St Vincent also ran
Fourth race Ow nets' handicap; 3-year-olds
und up; one and one-sixteenth miles.
Paladin, 77 (Mn.x- Hlrsch), t, to 5 won;
Corncob, 103 (O'Leaty), 5 to 1. second;
Stonnellle 97 (Wynn). 5 to 1, third. Time,
1.4). Buckeye also ran.
rifth race Thrce-venr-olds nnd up; sell
ing, six furlongs. Hugh Penny. IK (Mc
Cafferty), 1 to 2, won: La Fiesta, 01
(Shcedv), 25 to 1, second; Second Attempt,
v, (O'Learv), 4 to 1. third. Time, ltlVA.
Dr Adnms and Factotum nlso ran.
Sixth race Three-year-olds and up
wards; one mile Botnliazette, SI (O'Learj, ),
S to 5. won, Ilammie, 101 (Ileagin), 4 to 1,
second: Now Or Never. 101 (Welsh), 1', to
1, third. Time, 1 12'-. Florinda, Salon nnd
Lady Adams also inn.
Winners at St. I.oul.
St. Louis, Mo., July 25. The best card
for sotm time was given at the race
track lo-dav. Time thousand people were
in attendanie The finish bttwi en Tartni
ian und Star Bubs In the thltd event was
exciting, and In the fourth tace Flora
Thornton covered the mile in 1.11'i It was
nnnoiim l(1 bv the olllcets of the Fair As
sociation park that the meeting would
be extended Indefinitely, or, as President
Mailltt said, "as long us we inn keep the
tniing up to the standard which we have
set upon the sport" A good munv owners
of "dogs" have been notified that their
stable room is wanted, and the shadv
noise owners whose entiles have not been
running true to foim have been told to
lenve. One conspicuous instance ot the
order wns the conge given the owner of
Foundling, who finished second yestetday
lu a craeketjack nice, aftet being beaten
regularly by dogs. Summaries.
First race One mile; selling. Issle O.,
0 to 1. won; Mrs. Brarisbaw, 0 to 1, sec
ond; Hush, 2 to 1, t lilt ct. Time, 1 42'-.
Second rnce Pines for 2- ear-olds, llvo
and a half furlongs. Helena Hello, 20 to 1,
won; Miss Maxim, 1 to 3 second; St. Anna,
20 to 1, third Time. 1:09.
Third race Sl.x and a half furlongs Tar
tarian, 1 to 2, won; Star Bub'. R to 5 sec
ond; Lollte L'aslon, 12 to 1, third. Time,
1:22
Fourth race Ft ec handicap; one mile.
Flora Thornton, 2 to 1, won: Bey del Mar,
3 to 1, second; Ckolj, 3 to 1, third. Time,
1.41U.
Fifth race Selling; for 2-yeni-olds; four
nnd a half furlongs. Coranella, I to 1,
won; Carrie I'., 12 to 1, second; Hanno
Helle, 7 to J, third. Time. 0.51.
Sixth race One mile. Addle Buchanan,
G to 1. won: Btuzos. 15 lo 1, second; Dave
zac, 50 to 1, third. Time. l.U.
Winners at Mjstln Park.
Medford, Mass, July 25. Besttlts: 2:13
class, l'dith II. won fifth, sixth and sev
enth heats and race. Time, 2. 13V 2 IS'..,
2 15t. Toman won first and second heats.
Time, 2 liiVv, 2-l-'Vi Netnotlne won third
heat. Time, 2 I3)4. J. M. D. won fourth
heal. Time, 2,11V,. Captain Verge also
started.
2 II class; pacing. Jowell won second,
third and fourth heats and race. Time,
2.09's, 2-10)',, 2 ll"i, Vto won first heat.
Time, 2.UU, Henry F. Sterling, Gllcurry,
Whlspi r, Kebtts anil Jubilee Wilkes, also
started
2 21 das. Nutshell won In three straight
heats. Time, 2:2I','j, 2:191,, .' n,',. Nicola,
Lady Bug, Brown Lace. Limine rhk, Nancy.
Hlce, Preilente and Dixie also suited.
s.iu t ram Ism Itnies,
San Franclsi Inly 25. Tho favntllcH
took the last two t.ices. Tho othets went
to second 1 holces.
First 1.11 e About six fut longs. C.idruu
won, Wild Hose, second; Hello, thltd, Time,
l.lt'j.
SiLomi nice Half mile, maiden 2-yeui-olds
l'mliio won; Hill Oak, second; Clara
Johnson, third. Time, 0 50',.
Thltd line-Five and a hnlf furlongs,
Crawfotil won, Ike I., second; Nubopolas
sai third Time. 1 nfivi.
Fouith iaie Haifa mile maiden 2-i.u-nlds
GiU'lv won, Pilmi' llookei, sitond;
Gliulettt' fielding, thinl Time, o.5o.
Fifth race One mile mid a quarter; llvo
liuiitles Atlteiiil won, llaiifnid, second;
Mendocino, llilnl. Time, 2 21,
'I be Andrew Dlvorie Cnsis
The luaring of the evidence In the divorce
suit buiuglit bv Amador Andiewb. manager
of tho Wells-Fargo Hxpress Company,
agaltu.1 his wife, Maria Theres.1 Andrews,
will be resumed iu division No J or the
circuit conn, before Special Judge Teas-dab-,
at i-3n n'llmk tills morning, when
Mis Audicws will go on the witness stand
to rofuto the hinges made by her hu.
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1 .'sail, ,1 !' i.a.iiuii 1. "ill ill.' , -t ...I 1.1 11117
Lsi1.moij1 chiin h of Omaha will bo read to
iniaii null Jlir 'Ihiii.,,,, iu70vccvii a- luuai
amiable and sunny temper,
etv hulls Filed,
2111 Atiluir Abiaham el al vs. George
G, Hounds; ait.u limcnt.
2lil8. 1 H Hosenthal Millinery Company
Vs Daniel C Phlllltik, constable.
21511. State ot -Ntlb.oiirl at the relation
and to the use of Julin McDonnell s, John
S riatlicilaail it al, iitnu lnuunt.
'I bird Iligriu C'oilfcrreil.
Al tha communication of Soutlt Gate
lodge No. 517. A. F and A. 51., at Four,
lientlt street and (liund avenue, last night,
tho third degice was conferred upon four
candidates It Is veiy seldom that work
lu that ik urea extends to mote than nno
candidate iluilug a given communication.
Work was begun ut U o'clock. On the con.
elusion of the communication icftcblimciits
woo served,
Kautus Cuilcts Aipointed.
Wushltigtou, July 25. Cadet appoint
ments to the Fulled States military acad
emy have been issued to John McCullaugh,
of Notion, Kus., at lirgc, Althur A. Gieui,
altcrnuti, Licompton, Kas , at large.
Mis. Anna Avery, ullas Belle Smith, was
lined 10 in nolb e toutt jestetiluy for block
ing and drinking lu a suloou at No. 1011
1'iilou avenue She was tinablo to pay the
fino. which vvus remitted bj Police Judge
Jones ut the request of 1'ollve Matron Le.
OF INTEREST TO STOCKMEN,
srocKi'iii and ri:i:m:i' Am: in in
USUALLY Otltll' DI'MASH.
Owing tn the Immense Cum Crop nnd
Abundant Hmm ntul Water I'nrmers
Are Feeding LvtinslvelyAn !!
rhinge Utile Amended.
The frectlom with which feeilln- enltle
art sToliig to the eouiitiy menus Ints nt
fnt ontlle this i-omln-r full ami wlnlrr.
Grass li I1I1 tiowrly overyAvbeie In lhi
Went ntul Sotithwpst ntul tut iitmiml
corn crop Is bplnjf ninili. milch of It nl
rently sax'eil. llrnce everybody wants to
ftnl 11 ml the number of onttlc boIiiit
lmck to Ihe oauntiy Is largo for tblis
time of tBf.
Tliern were no lei limn llfty.ilvt cars
of stockera mitl fenders sbllipeil buclt In
to Knnflst anil Mlwotirl frntti here
Wednesday, ttml tunny of the bit? feeilnis
of loth stntes tire contritetlng for cattle
South nntl Wtst to bo rlelKeiNl Intel'.
They will not como hero tmtll fntteil.
Tho Live Ptock pvclinngo etet(lny
ntloptcel the following change In IU
itilcs:
"Jlule D-Sectlon S: No firm sbnll
btuitlle Ihe business of ti iion-iesblctit
cnmmlsslott house for les tlinn full com
missions, except, thnt sulci consignment
bo mnde direct to said non-resident com
mission house from one of tho following
named maikets: Cblciigo, Ul.; Kftst St.
IjiiiI.i. 111.; Ht. Louts, Mo.; Omaha, Neb ;
Wlcltltn, lC.is.; Denver, Col.; Pueblo,
Oil.; St. Joseph. -Mo.; SlntiK Cltv, In.;
Peoiln. III.; Mllvvmikce, Wis., und Fort
W01 tl). Tex.'
At a general meeting1 of the members
of the Kims!!-) City Llvo Stock exchange,
held yestetdny afternoon, the following
members were appointed to accompany
Company A on Its trip throughout the
South: i. 13 IlUhnrdson, Cnptnln J. It,
White, L. A. Allen. T. S Htltton. S G
Hiirnside,.Mnjni' Andiew Dtumm.Oitptilln
A J. Venter, G. M. Wnlden, Prank
Siegel, ". II. Titvlor. M. T. Fletcher. S.
D. Felt, O. 11 Ttower, J. P. l'mmert,
Geotge II. NelT. tV C. Itenilci.
Vv'. T. WilRht, of Lee'H Summit. Mo,
was In yesterday Ho sas the count! y
Is looking linn In Johnson county nnd
the cnstein part of Jackson county. Good
hntscs nnd mules scarce anil hard to
buy In keeping -with the mnrket
J 15. II. F dimes, Jumesport, Mo
bud lu cattle yesterday.
I N. Ward. Vinn, 1, T was bote yes
terday with cattle.
Smith Bios., Carlton, Kris., were at
the yards yesterday with cnttle
Chnrlesj Goodnight, one of the old
time cnttle kingi, vvas at the nrds yes
titday He hns not been very largely
interested In cnttle of late, but he IS
getting tendy to dip In again. He litis
just bought of the Milne-Hush Cattle
Company 14,000 stock cattle thnt bo will
place on his ranch near Goodnight, Tex.
He sns the country U In lino condition
nnd eattle are doiiifr well. V 11 fortunate
ly they are scarce. There are not many
cattle In bis section to come to mnrket,
most of thorn linxdng been contracted.
Missouri bad In the top cattle yes
tetday. Crals & Cow-till, Cow-gill, Mn
bringing In twenty-nine well finished
grade Shorthorn stcets, averaging 1,193
pounds They vvete sold by the Chicago
Live Stock Commission Company at
J3 CO. the highest price of the day.
I3nhtmnn got thorn.
J T. and W. C Swain and Vv. W. nnd
C IT. Hlddle, Chat Hon county, Mo.,
bought feeders bote yesterday
Hon. Vsmael Hodrlguez. of the City ot
Mexico, was at the jatd.s ve.stcrday
studying tho market. lie has large
cattle Interests and Is trylns to learn
whete is thu best place 'to matket bis
cattle.
A MONSTHIt AI.I.lliA'lOU.
It Was Over I'ourtiiu Feet Long and 11
Vli Ions I Ighl r.
Finm the Florida Tintcs-Unlon.
To F A Dennettee nnd to his brother,
Hlton I) Dennettee. belongs tho credit for
the killing of Fott George's famous 'gatoi,
a giant In s?e und so old that Ills back Ih
ct listed with barnaib s and nios. Hut their
encounter with the simian was not with
out excitement und some damage to tho
hunteis.
They found the 'gator lu one of the small
crcrks that 1 un thiuugh tho island, sneaked
upon him In their boat and let him have a
bullet fiom a Winchester. The big fellow
gave a mar of lage and pain and at otu a
stalled for the small ciafi, bis jaws wide
open mid his tall lashing the water Into
jcastv foam. They iamiued an out into the
gaiot's mouth and he ciunched It into
pulp, and then they took the othei to stem
ills onslaught but he bioke that, too, and
ground it into kindling wood.
When almost upon the I10.1t he swung his
tall against it nnd nearly upset It. niton
Dennettee was knocked ovei board, and no
soonci bud the 'gator seen hlni than he
made for him, and If the young man hint
not hnslllv sei ambled on bomd he would
eettuinlv have met an awful late. The two
men had two pulls 01 oius, and with theso
they managed to keep the little craft away
tiom a swing of the sunt bin's tall, whit h
would have clashed iu the sides as If thi y
weie paper. While one of the hunleis kepi
clear ot the eni.iged beast the other kept
pumping lead Into him fiom the Winches
ter until the water was coveted with led
foam, telling thnt the monslet was bndlv
Finally he appealed tn give up the ghost,
tut tied over on his bai k and floated upon
the surface. They lassoed and towed film
ushoic, but the 'gator was not dead, and
still had nnv tpiutitttv of tight iu lilui. and
so, when one of the spoilsmen v entitled
too 1 lose the 'gulot gave a lash with his
tail knocked the , tiling fi How upside down
iiml pni.ilv.seil bis ligs tor the time being
nnd went for hlni. grubbing Ids fool in Ills
trlghtfiil Jaws and infill ting a paliitul and
perhaps sttloiis injiiiy It was two minutes,
befoie the Jaws of the beast 1 ould be pried
open, und It wus 1111 bout Inter betoro tho
last spnik ot life lied fiom tin repine
The ulllgntoi was one 01 the latue-si seen
lu St John's in iiociit jeais lie me.is
uied IP. fiet In length and .tiound the
burel S'feet Ills head was 3 feet long
Those veised tn 'gator lote say tho old fellow-must
have long since passed the en
tury mark He bad been seen lu the iiin
II v of Foit C.iorge Tor iiihii veals, and
has piobably had 11 ton of liad shot at him
by enlct falsing bportsmeii In scatcli of a
big tropin..
COLD I.I.MNd IN 1C.V1N
'I be .Metal round III Itodents ami Savant
'I like tbe 'lip.
From Ihe Chicago Tilliuiie,
In fanning a I'otnpanv lor Ihe extinction
of gold fiom tho microbes that aio sup
posed to attai h themselves 10 that metal
In loiintless millions, inatute Fieni'liuieu
set m tn have stolen an Idea frutn thiifty
Yankee bojs. ...
I, II. Lake, a tepiesentative of Iho Wul
thain Watch Company in this city, says
It Is n t amnion pinctlee for Ihe bojs Iu
watch and Jewelty faclotles to kill rats
and burn th' ir bodies to get t lie gold Horn
them, and that the amount thus nhtalned
In the coutse of 11 e.ir Is considerable, lu
every laign plant like that ot the Walthum
Watch t'uinpan) many oiled rags ate used
In burnlshlim w.ilcli i.ists, ami lu time be.
initio strongly Impregnated with gold, Tho
bojs about tlio fuctoiles ate supposed tu
kiep these rags out of teach of tho lats,
lull they don't do so. On the contr.uy,
knowing the kten appetite of the rodiiiU
lor anything griasi, the bojs latebssly
leave these rubbing lags Ijlug about whero
the lath can get at them und eat them.
Six mouths of this kind of diet tills tho In.
teilor of the rat with u gold plating he
cannot get tid of, It sticks lo him closely,
and so long us tho supply of oily tags
holds out the rat stltks to tne factory. In
order to make sute thu voracious todents
will have an Inducement tu gorge them,
selves with fold, sharp bojs diop butter
and fattj meats fioiu'thelr lum htona ou
the floors und tub them well Into thu wood
by shullltug their feet upon It. At night
the ruts come out and nibble, the Hoot Ins.
They don't laio for the gold in It. but the
gicaso attracts tlieiii, and in getting at thu
grease ihey take a dresulug of gold with it.
Twice u ear the Ikjjs havu a grand
loundup. Hats ale caught by the hundreds
und after being killed ute put Into a in).
elide und burned. The intense heat drives
off all animal substuuics, leaving tbe gold
In tho shupo of a button The amount col.
lectcd iu this way depends upon the num.
ber of tats the boys can catch, it Is hard,
ly lutge enough to ntttuct an Investment
of capital. but it gives thu Ingenious joung.
sters considerable ikx k t money and en.
coutages business la. li.-s. In some fa. t
oiles there lire joung Napobons who buy
up In advance the fchaics of their Icllow
workers in the rat colony. A scarcity of
rats will depress tho price of futures, while
an overplus will advunce It. Sharpers who
understand lhpe conditions ore necused of
having al tlinfs caused an nruu ini se.ir.-i
Iv or overstipplj', as might be to their In
tcrest to nun or near no rnmn'-i.
rfM. .. I-... 1. .11.. -. ,n.. nln n little
111'1 I II'IHII .1,-, ,.,, ., - ".""
bind the times with their mhrobe tu belli
SLAUGHTERED BY BANNOCK?
UepnrM Currrnl Tint I Ifly-nlnn W liST
1 1.. tt.. if it I n. I t.v I linm Nn.ir J
I 1 ll'ii iirir i-iiii 11 ', -..-- ,
Sid'"!
.liirMon s Hole. 1 s
Denver. Col., Julv 2. -A spe. lai to t
News from l'ocnlclln, Id, ajs :onC
Iterorts from Market Lnk .-.ij lh.it tht.ii
Itexbunt, tdpnper to-daj reports Iirty-nlncT
white people killed b the Hatinoi ks near'' I
Jackson's Hole, but there Is no w-ty li;U5,'
confirm the report, and it is n t beli-vel .
here. A courier Is 1 tpei t. d ftom the M- d.
1 inltv of Jmkson's Hole with th. latest i
news. There hns beui no news rcilvet 11
nt Matket Lake for three divs "f on nil- iiVj
Ihentle nature. Inrt-rur iirlals u "J
Ftllteil States cavalrv left Cln vrtill. to- AtJ
night, for Market Lake, with provisions. IV
horses, tents, etc. They will r 1 h Fo- I M
ulnttn ln.mnrmii' Mflernonn an troops Jl m
will be Imme-llnlelv pllolft to Wind rlvrrMppJI
an I II Is not likely thai nnv trnubb w tlVJF nu
oi'i ur liner ineir arnriviu n 's i'.ii- . ..i,.
the Indians will take advantase of tho
small number of settlers and nmmlt
wholesale murder before the troops can
interfere ,
Four hundred Indians are said to hnvo
Joined the llnnnm ks on Fill rlir, nnd nro
preii.inng 10 mase an oii"iniiRni on um
whiles It Is prohtble that Governor M"
(onncll will be lulled lo aid In suppress.
Ing violence, Sevetnl pnilbs of tourlsls
ate In I'ocatello mv alt Ing the result befoie
making their depatture for Vellovvstono
pork. , .
Denver, Col., Julj SS A speclnl to tha
News from Mnrket Lake, Id. snjs
The Indians arc en, niuped iu Hobnelc
etnon. No Infut nmtltui has been re elve l
tO'dny and none Is expected before mid
night", when Sargents ivlll plum it alive,
lie went there last night It Is the belief
hi re that the passes lo the Hole ore
guarded by the Indians and that no ono
has mine out fiom .la. kon's Hole for
several daj's The troops will reiuh hero
lo-morrow and leave ut one. for the Hole.
Mnnj Indians hive been going in the di
re Hon of tho trouble, but they will not
talk.
railing lu St. I mils street ll.illwnjs.
Chicago. HI. July "... The Tribune to
morrow will ..!: It Is 1 ported fhat tho
street car lines of Ht Louis are to hi
united tinder the management of the Na
tional Hallway Cotnpimj. of Chii.ico. Thu
lines whbli nro to be absorbed 111 e Cast
avenue nnd Fanl grounds, Cltlens', Jeffer
son avenue, I.lndcll, Missouri, People's,
St. Louis, St. Louis Suburban, Fortieth
street and Arsenal, rnlon depot. The ag
gregated capital ot these lines Is Sls.bb.'.CHW.
ow sjitcin of salaries.
St. Paul. 'Minn.. July "5 The Chlcagi
Great Western will, on August 1, put In op
eration a new system of sai.irli-s of agents,
except those nt terminal polnls The s ila
tles will be 1 educed from $M to $10 pep
mouth and a commission on business donn
of from 1 to 3 per cent will be substitute.
In place of the cut. This will be equivalent)
to an Increase In compensation to tho
agents.
Aiclitcut Ciimpim for llilil
Atlanta Constitution: "I want to take out
sunn lilc InsuiaiKe. ' lie said.
"Cet talnlv," exclaimed the letlve vnun-j
man, as he hastily gathered an applica
tion "What occupation, please""
"Buseball umpire,'
"You'll find the accident company Just
across the hall," coldly came the actlvo
young man's xolce, us he slowlj laid hla
pen aside.
liitini- iTiiJis 11 v winn.
J.or.don, July 23. The Vienna, cot respond
ent of the Dallj New says theie arc 111
mors there of a revolutlonarj uptislng Ini
Bulgaria, with hostile demonstrations us
Sofia and elsewheie against Prince letill
n.ind and -M. Stoilofr, the Bulgatlan ptc
mler. Independence, Kas., July 2." (Special ) C.
13. Gregory, T."i j-ears of ago, living north of
town, was spriouslj- Injured in .1 tun.iw.iyi
this afternoon. He wns pit kid up uncon
scious and it is doubtful whether he will ic
cover. South McAlester, I. T., July :" (Specl.il.
United Slates Marshal McAlester appointed
the following diputles to-da : C c M 1
thlas, Cameion, H. F. Donilhan. Wliltt
llild, Chnilcs Bend, toka, .1. It. Biteli
lield and James Braicl, South MiAIestcr
Btien.t Vlstu, Col, Julj 2 Henjjimln,
Itailcllrfe, convicted of the minder ot till en
school trustees at Jcffetson, Paik imlnlv,
Col, was to-day teutonied to lie latieeii-W,
111 the iienitenlluty at Cnnou Citj nmo
timo dm ing the week beginning Augivl 11.
Bio Janeito, .July 23 V hostile ctonil
made a demonstration of piotesi ngalnst
tho oceitpatlon of ihe island of Ttlnidiid bj1;
the British, in front of the Biltlsh consu
late at S10 P.uilo to-ilav. The police pa
trols have been Increased on aeiount of thts
deniontrutionrt heie.
Philadelphia, Julj 23. A live stoiy f.n -tory
of Del.tney .v. Co., uianuf.ictuiers of
glue and culled hall, was destrojed by
ilio this afteinoon. Surrounding property
was also damaged by the Haines, anil thu
totnl loss will be $T3,000. on which there la
about so per cent Insurance.
Columbus, O., July 20 William Taj lor,
coloied, wax executed shoitly aftet mid
night In the annex of the Ohio penitential v
foi tlie minder ot Isaac Yoakam, an ngeil
fanner of Franklin coitntj-. The trap was;
sprung at J:i., and he was pionounceil
dead In eleven minutes. His neck was not
bioken
London, July 23. Ileltirns of votlngsj
which have been received up to date leuv.s
the state of tho parties s follows. Con
servatives, 3X1, Liberal Fulonlsts. ti5, Total
Fnloniits, oOl; Liberals, 1S, Jin lrihyite.s,
4i; P.irnellltes, 10, Labor 2 Total opposi
tion, J3'. The net gains of the goveminciia
part up to date number SJ. 1
New Yolk, July .'3. Alter nn absence of
nearly ten weeks tho Tnited States 1 rutsi 1
New York ai lived lieie to-duv and nu
choieri In Nottb rivet Captain Bvaus,
when seen bj tlio lcpoiter 01 the .sso
ilateil Piess, expiessid himself as In 111
mgiiij- pleased Willi tut snip nun said.
door off Its hinges, nnd tho three walked
out. They ate still at large.
Chliago, July 23. Lit uteiinnt General
Scholleld will lettitn to Washington thN
evening. He had Intended to mnke un In
spection of Hie ilepittm.nt of the Ml-souil
Piellmln.iry to making out hl annual tc
jioit, but the Indian omhtiak has caused
him to change his plans, and he villi letuin
to Washington in 01 tier to direct wh.ttovcr
movements, may be required.
Laclede, Mo, July 23 -Cnnbt.ihla Wood
returned from Kansas Citj to-day with
Battou Knight, loiorid, who vvas released
iu Justice Wall's court for want of Juris,
diction. Knight Is now in tin Linn county
jail, charged with the abduction ot Cota
James, luloieil, a-ed 11 ju.11,1. The pre
liuiinaty hearing has been set for Au
gust 3.
Buffalo, N. Y. July 2S.-eMssrs, Levi
Hiuthers, ot Palls, Fiance, tu-d ij- n.
piessi'd a 1 oiisliiiitiicut of lot high class,
hoists to New ork, whetnn tiny will i.t
iinmedlately shipped to Frunei. It Is un
deistood they Intend to puichase at least
l,i"i hoiscs within Iho next month, Ilia
purcasca being, as slated, principally un
account of the Iriuch Rovcininont ami for
cavahy pt't poses.
Little Ho. k, Aik , July l',.After an in
canciiitlon of about io mouths in tho
Pulaski county Jail, nx-Tieasiuer Willi un
M. Woodworlh, who defrauded the state
and his bondsmen, nut of nlsnit l.'.'i,i ni
again out ou ball, his bond fur JXmt hav
ing bit 11 signed by W, F, Wtu-ht ami
Thomas Lan'eity this afternoon. The etisa
will tome mi at the lien tvrtu of the t Ir.
eult 1 unit al Periyvllle '
Winston. N C, Julj 2ri Two u, tin mup
ilerers, Miltfmr and Andeisun Hrowu
wein executed at Snllsbuiy lo-day In tli.'i
pteseneu ofG.OOO people. The drops fell at
11,13. and Iho men were pionoumed dsail
at 1.' o'clock 13utli confessf'l Ids guilt
Whltfuli shot and killed Diputy She, f
Owuen. of Itoiian countj on Febiuaiy 20
Inst, und Blown mutilered bis svve. theait
Callle Hfibetts. nn the night of Mmeh '
Piitvls, Miss, Julv 2S Toin Johnson a.
negio, was nrresteil ui.ir Ituwl'i. Sprltias
yestoitlay ainl lodgiwl In Jail at llati g.
butg. charged vvllh inakinu tt muideiotm
attack ou the family of A D Hnrui eld
mar Purvis Miss. Sun.laj lit ii Jht J
mob look Johnson fiom tail unit he la
supppsfl to have Iwen ljnthf.l Th ciiun.
tt.v's IhIiib bunted for another njgio
Johnson's accomplice, and ho will nialuiiiir
incolvu the same treatment if b0' 8 ",.,
Sedalla. July !5 (Sou lai) The grand
lodge Knights and Daugh.t rs of T-aUor
ilanlo.l iVirt fi-illrvxi 1 tif. -n. ... . . hmmui
Willi no nine snow ot prim, unit sim wn. sc
tlie "boss of her class ' !j
Clovolaud, O, Julj 23 At Bast Liverpool, '
O., lato last night, Tetty Carman, Geotgo "
Biotvn and SI ILtusilman 1 si-,ipi.ii front 1
jail. Carman's sweethentt was admit tel 1
tor just live minutes to see her lover, din
ing which time she sllpnid a small monkev
vv tenth to him. With this ho look the tail '
.:,,,' '-..-...i. wiii'tm io-uay: j.
II. Jc-nk ns. gtund chbf nn ntor Sednti..
Chnilotto M, Alexander fcrai. 1 ,'hnff , re!
ceptress. St C-huU-s. J lj JUjeS Ike
grand mentor, .MM.I10. llhzubeth llliliard
son, grand vl.e nrcciiie. Kunsus City
Joo 13 Herriford, grand thief .. ii'
Chlllitothe: Jl Allie ShtopJhlre cia id
chief, rn order, Palmyra f s Parker
gtaiul c-hU-r tieasuiir, Ii .It pendent e-w'
" Ouiley, Kiand . 1. . f ointoi f S;
Ijtida , Sims grati' ,, - fyfy
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