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THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL SUKDAX JULY 2 189a
IN SEGONDPLAGE AGAIN,
nonstrits novvM-.l) nil: iii,fi;i tx Till:
I Nhrr iitnl Daniel Until I'lttlird Matlrlj
lull, lull tl lt.mil. r Ibid All Hie
l.n(l In Ittthchlng I lirlr lilt
. .-Other ttntiiM.
The MnM wr-rc fc)ntM Hut, for rt tdnele
i V-iilerday l(te H6'lprti hort-il t
n i r itlrth, went Into ln of "lie. and
I' li nnl die. They ntltlyd Mart-
; - m.-n from start to nttbih, and with
k .11 their s-lde won ood cum ami
i t the Ipft.l.
' . j.imc n a peculiar on in many
.-!' t- fane and KlUfC Weft! th" t
I i pitcher and neither ever pitched
.. i tter than yMir!ay. rUch team
t- i I. -Tetly the mc titintbrr bf hit,
i et the ti.tiwutr mi tVlfti when
. imntftt lor fun. Wlttt thnna of in
-. -.v In one Intdiiit. were made ton
1 . to do miy (ro.wt Flutter jMrr three
I ,-.. nti ball to tn 'or Until.!, but
f miff WiU I'l.Hy in lv!Htf nil fit"
xn men tvfrp mil, while Um of
' i were Riven to the firm mnn up in
i 'i 'i-taflre, and otic of tnMti remitted In
irvl perhaps iiimis for II marled the
r ! nm for Iho vWtors In the llri-t
w ' . the, Iiltion were h.'.tcn they were
t t -er.n-wl, for they t.liyed jrood boll
At 1 '! l lurk- favored tliem, had n Koo.l
a ' to win as the lioolri, hut It
w . I ..."is Fotl'ip'! day in mlle on Iho
! i i men, aw they back, d In her smiles
t' tulle.t degree
fwj which witnewwi (he itome wn
. iiitrnr than Ihnt of Friday, nearly
ii iii being In attendance. The big
. i lid net have much chance t on-
- ive In thr iwvrnth mnlnK, whii till
J1 ' 1, "the tinblHt Homnn rtf tln-ni all,"
s i the Uluen frum (he iHnomlny of it
t i' t.y crarklng out homr run dmvn
tn lulu foul line. The llixwlnrn took ft
m, it. ling lout In the tlrit Innlnir nd
it lively did l''lxhsr bitch thnt the
1 ' n n. or rciilly hud chance to over-
i 'tut I.Md.
I' i it lucky combination of eltvum
f - that onvi the noolef their three
r i- in i he tlrst InnltiH. tmt they ot them
i "in- Ik What win gnm.'S. loth team
t i i in the most lirlllintil ninnner. Cnn
t -I Hi nmde the only error for the
' .nnl thnt whs onlv n momenlnry
j ....i. .if a Imtl fMm llo(iih' b.it, but
w i llMtfim is iiinniiiB to tlrst buiie ther
i ) t me for JiikbiIw.. The lluoalerv
! ,! it ujl.l tblnw til tlriit bt by
I 't, uhl.'h .'Oat luithlliu, fit tt ttiiR made
ti' i lo tllTM, out, . . i
v th bat NotM'll n-.i easily the tnr of
tj u:ni). , Iji the HriU Jlllllh he landeil on
th I'll for two imHVs nnrt In the foltrth
i i. h" sent one over the Burden wall
f i '"inif rim. Jioitt tvai th.' only other
Ii -' r in mak" two hits, iitel the other
!..!, in. 'ii ot three belween them. The
)i n i ! by Hi" Mines were very evenly
ii ' i and Hl.l-ly nent-tpreil, every man
ti ik u n lilt ex.-.pt M.intilnir nnd Hanlels.
ir in with a blB horn seate.I on the left
ll 1 t.l' .i. hers Kate a loud toot when Mun
nl'.t, M'ppeil up in bat In the tlrst limine
Jli h.i.l .'uiti" prepared to eelelirnle, but
h hi1 little opprn (unity to blow his horn
if" r ihe tlrst ImiliiK wan over. The lilues
w rr . a-llv disuwil of. thoiIKh C'otinailKh
t m ;ui. I nines eaeli lilt anfejy after Mun
nntt and Mermen hud xone nut. KluHtn.in
hit a h.inee to dilve In runs, but hu m-Bioriou-ly
T" Hooslers dl.l biiBlnPs In their half
of ih. Innlnir. Ilesnr. ttult.'.I until I")an
IfV tr rented him with a tleket to tlrst
lu t' r.inatiin haerllleed him to second
nn Ml 17. petisl.e.l on d fly to Hellion, It
Icokf I n thmiKh the Itlites were irolnir
to w ' out of the hole, but Itoat fooled
them bj eraeklns one .lottn to llntlleld
tthbh ttus too hot to handle, IlnRan seor
inc As ltoot started to steal second lie.
farthy hit safely to center and Kont came
an He way home on slow hittullInK of the
I all, M.i'urthy taltlitK se.ond and scoring
a ninne tit later on hard two base drive
bj New. II.
The Min.g went on m-cuinulatlng coose
ckj. ttnh srent recularlty,. but In the
f i.rh the lloosbrs addecl one to their
i irr wh.n New ell soaked the ball over
th lifi Held fcn for a home run. In
11' '"h they gathered, still another run
n i 'i. hanee.s for the nines wlnnlnu the
Kime heuan to looK decidedly slim. HoKan
ttns hit by a pitched ball, or rather he
t num. d he was hit when the ball touched
1) -hirl sleeve and Jtcllermolt allowed
t'u limn" to bo. I'nnnvan aijnln snerltleed
h tn to uroml and he s..ored on a eorkln
h bv llerr Mntz The last run for
th' ll.'c.-i.rs was made in the seventh In
li . ; wh.n Ilou.in was Bivon a life by
t rninhton'h fiiinhle, went to thlid on
n i - Ly Canftvau and seort'd on u passed
i'i o the seventh Innlnu the fllues did
re. 1 p md had but Mx men reach tlrst
Ii i iid only two of these got as far as
( .In the seventh there was a ray of
I ll.rnon was the tlrst batsman and
I' ' nut a pretty siiiBle lo center. Oil
I' ' who followed, sent a eorklnt;
. i .ht over ilrst base, which turned
" .. to ul sround and went away down
1 iiiI.ibc stondiriB In the extreme eor
i !. field, bolb llernun and Hatfield
t- before the ball whs returned to the
' . The Mb crowd stood up and
. for they were pullir.K for Just one
' -ivc B shutout, even If the nines
i'i win the uain.. They even
i hit the tart, i would ftlve the
i . hanee to i , ,,!,., it the next
I'.-lite" .i-i i'"ims and the
w.u t i iwo Were out in
' 'h in -ii. ,n, and Nb hoi
' it. i- ii. the flrt in
r ii I., do any uood.
' mot 1 1 ood liall, but
r on l. , tjdem aunltiht
" . - lite changed the
' -f th ''il e iirst lnnlni;,
e l' 'i-ni '- base and before
' tb. -u-ri " . .i run Jlotit hit
'I. wl i . nisht and ipilck
" 'i In ' io ManniiiK at
b.i-e lloan off. To a
'i .in '- 'I Ihe ball cot
' f'.i 1 1 ' but Xleliermott
' . ' h . i ' ha.! Biten HoRun
1 Ho i,i l,.ie been retired
a i t.'-t lnnlna.
' j urt
K - S e-JTY.
I. i: :n sr pn. a k
; -2 i a 1 8
1 I 110
. it. i lji
l . I too
i i ' g n 'ft
f 1 6 0 II
if '. 4 0 II
i "i i i 3 2 n
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i i ' t oi oo
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tht. it., ' i i o a u ii
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inj, c. . ' a (I 5 1 f
p... o o 5 o
X , il- . .. ......ii '. 7 1 B7 U 1
j i y Innlncn;
K I'lty ... '. n 0 0 0 ? 0 ft-2
1 r..pjU ....,... i i. 1 t 0 I Ml
l .i iuii-Kanii iJit, 8; Indlanapo-
T m hltwRoat.
ii . i'unHdtileld, Ron,
'i hit t'ormaiittbton, Cunavati. 2.
'I ' ' pIKhei -HuKart.
, i . ball HeiBcn.
i.. ft if.tini 1 Ji.
I tie (i'uiie, ti Afiiirimon
I .Ml the Uootitrs mil .;ome thin
u -I... oi tthen the deadly rivals will meet
i. :Mp and deciding ttmne of the
r r It neeij not be naul (Jt both
t. hi.- will uiity dettrUi to win Ik
t ') In litis odd name. beeiw6 it Bni
i. . t .r day or two (tt ba.t, ttuelr iv.
v. iHwitlon In the tan.. ( xiv H)Ui.,
v -day it iiieaim that tbey vtill tiv
t i I I for home Mine, beiuumj Indhtnap-
i i yet three hard uame to pUy wifh
"t .i.uU While the fiiu but-B th"-e
-nt at burnt with Uetruii, bKli
.. la comiiuitttUely eay for iliem
H. o-U-r will be fctrensthemd ui-Uy
I in. a.idltlun of llogi-lvvejr uiul l'hilllp,
r i ileliinalt leain, who buve been
i " ',.'i,v1u!"!il.,h,',l hlw 'H of the
1 Whilis ihl kind or 14 procedlii i
v ' Us unfair for the ijfher W'e.ttiu
1 . 1 int.. lit tint it fives iBdltmapollh
. .taiitane, Mill Manning doe not
. m w ii 11 will i-tr.iisthen the
I an. J,j-,vie( Will 11 il.abjy bo
t 11-ld aiid tVnuvj'. will ,uv te;.
.- vthilt Ujn,ilvni wlit b laid off.
II :i v. r U only uii ordinary ball player.
1 i...iily soo4 a jjny ut the Kana$
y HHtieliier. nd win weaken ths
Ii m. is iiuher tlwu treor thei, them.
'I '.angiiui ol UUiultm for UVnavan at
1 will be no iiur.rut ement. 1'hillliui
v . will pitch for the lfito&,,t"$:
- .i'way hit hard by the JJue Ubl
MtUy liaiuiRct will be U the box for
the liiue and it is hot nkfly that lie ftiil
be hit ax turd an on Krblay. The Rntne
will be tnrted promptly t 3 6'cl6rk and
It lnhenveii the fans til gel lit Kxiuidtl,:i
pdfk eitrlv in the atirtnoon If thfy want
to Bet seats.
li'trrn l.inuiie Mnn. line,
linnMs flty tt
MlnlMIMtlft , .
iprir iinuip 4,... . ...w
OfRftd ItdrtH .-..
AllllMlllklll HI lirttoll, ','j
i.i rtun.-v, 11 in,. .11. ly ., ncuiu
Milwaukee , .,1 M H (I (I M I I
MMMlt I 0 n 0 I n it ftlj S 0
fltl.rtrv.ttlu.Alll!in MAtfAe dHtt tlnlrtA.
II...MH.I l Ut.. b L u. .J T.b.
nm nnil T'eam.
t. 1'iiiii. Ii! lirre lluiilc, 7.
81. l'aul, Minn., .Inly Jr. Heore:
81. Paul .. ..0 1 i S l) 0 3 0 12 IS 4
Tefre Haute .1 n n 0 1 1 0 n - J IS 2
natt-rieii--nt. i'aii, pepper nnd Jtoyiej
Torre Itmtt. Orwr nnd Hoaeh.
Mlnnertpoll', l) (Hiind llnpliN. 7.
Mlrthea polls, Minn., July J?.-8;'ore:
II. M B
Mlnneatinli. ..ft 0 ( 0 8 t I A 7-19 M S
tlrand Hapllsn Mh h I -H)
T!atierle--Minnpaolls. l-rager and WIN
oft! Ornnct Itapids, fltditord nnd Campbell.
Niitliiiml l.i.lRiie Mini. II
Chiengn . ...
Jltooklyn ,. .
Ht. Liiifi. ...
t'aliliiBluiii till t'hlriiBii. 7.
Chlenito, 111., .Inly 27. The Senators de
feated the CoItM 10-day In a lopK and tedi
ous, game. The tlitor plnyed pootly In
the Held, but were strong with the stick,
hoyd wns hit tin the head by a pitched
ball In the ninth and replaced by Mer
eei. Attendance 5,0en. Score:
Chlengo 0 0 2 fi 0 1 0 2 2- 7 'I I
Washington ..0 2 0 n 0 7 0 0 1 10 15 ti
t..t.Kl .-l.l....... II.....Ul.n .....1 f- ..
im.'ni'-. . i.ii nun, jj .... iii.jn mho i..i-
rertKe; Washington, Anderson and Mc-
llriniUlyii, II: s, t,onl, U".
St. liPttle, Mo.. July 27. The ttrowna
could not bat or Held, and Itrooklyn had a
walkover. Hyatt, the new third baseman,
went out of the same In the third Innlnff
for poor work. Kissinger's support was
wietelied. fiumbert pitched finely. Attend
ant e 2.ix). Denny Lyons was uncondi
tionally teltased this morning. Score:
Kt. Louis 1) fl 2 1) 0 0 1) 0 02 fi ""i
Itiooklyn 1 0 2 2 0 0 0 1 "-!ll 0
llatlerles Kissinger and Miller; Urlm and
llaltlmi.re, 22 l.onUi III.., 11,
Louisville. Ky., July 27. The Orioles
made monkeys of the Colonels tn-d.tv.
t.'hllders, a rit. l.nuht iininteur. was put In
the box In the ninth IiiiiIiib, and after he
had given four liases on balls and made
three wild pitches, Cunningham was sent
to the box. Attendance oW). Score:
Louisville .. ..n 0 n 2 1 0 0 .1 0 i'i pi J
lt.iltlmore . . ,.n 0 :t 3 2 1 (1 2 11-22 22 I
lSuttcriiH -Louisville, Inks, didders, Cun
tiliiRham, Warner and Zahner; Italtlmore,
Clarkson, Pond and W. Clarice.
III. -ton. M: Clcreliinil, a,
Cleveland, n., July 27. The Hustons
partial revenge to-day. The home
was iinaiiiP to 1111 Htiveils cirectlvely.
tetulnnee 1,500. Score:
Cleveland nftfionnns a
Uotnn n a 1 0 1 I 1 0 1 x
Itatterles t'leveland. VoiinB. Knell
Zlmmer: Hoston, Stlvetts nnd Canzcll.
fulled In the Court Ii lnnlni;.
Pittsburg. Pa.. July 27,-The Plttsburg
New ork game was called to-day at the
end of the fourth Inning on account of
rain. The tcore stood i to 3 In favor of
ciiiilniiiitl, I'-': l'hllailelpiilu, .1,
Cincinnati, .. July 27.-The Iteds bit
Taylor and Lnuipe with ease and won
without it struggle. Attendance, l.flot).
Cincinnati ...21311130 12 2fi '0
Philadelphia .0 11 1 1 0 0 2 0 0 I n 1
Hatteiies -Cincinnati, Parrottand Vaughn:
I'hlladelphiu, Lnmpe, Taylor, Grady ami
Western As-iicl ul. in in In....
Peoria, III., July 27,-Peorln, 7: Des
Hoekford, III., July 27. Itockford, t; Den
Jacksonville, 1 July 27.-Jacksonvlllc.
12; St. Joseph, 8.
The Models will play the Hulls. Bundnv,
at Chelsen park, tiame called at 2:30
o'clock. AVlngert and Kinney, take notice,
St, Clair Itegattii lioMilts.
St. Clair. Mlcli, July 27.-Th postponed
races of the Northwestern Amateur Row
ing Assoeiation were pulled off this morn
ing. The wind tvah Kttn and the water was
lumpy. The senior single ecuil was won by
P. A. Homohr. Toronto, In 11:27; c. Louis
Vandainine, of the Mutnals, hecond in 12:07
and It. N. Johnson, of the Argonauts.thlnl.
Time not taken.
The four-oured tlg race was taken bv
Detroit No. 1. Joseph F. Lyon, bow; 15, ll
Warner. 2; K. U Tlggett. 3: Walter Mc
Millan, stroke; C. L. Harris, coxswain.
Detroit No. 2 F. H. Stnndlsh. bow; W.
A. Warner. 2; O.K. Humoid, 3; p. ,, Lyon
stroke: It. F, Utlllx. coxhwuIii, vecOnd; and
K. C. One O. mark, how; A. Uenubien. V;
Alf lleaiibien.3; Charles Tank.stroke; T. Le
blane. eoxhwaln, third.
SiiiBle canoe; lutir mile stratght-atvay,
W. C. Nouk, Detroit, tlrst In 3-20; l 'V
Bancroft. Detroit, second; V. H. (luulu.
Senior four-oarerl i-bella. Toronto P. J
Mtllqtien.bow; J. J, Ryan,2; P. A. Itomohr.
3; Josepli Wright, stroke, won In 12:.1li-..
Wyandotte- JI, C. Hush.i, bow; W. N. ttco
liueelt, 2; C. A. I'resulon. 3; F. It, Nellls.
stroke, second; K. c, 'u-n tl. Clark, bow :
A. B. Iteaubleti. 2: A. I). Uenubien, 3;
Charles Tank. Mroke, third,
Heliaiiro I'liiillilll t;ioten.
Sail Francisco, July 27. The Reliance
Club has decided to leorganlae Iti. football
teani and send It Haat. It la proponed In
the fall to rompetc with the teums of the
great iiiilvewtilcH. Among those to be
eltnlteiijit'il will be the CiilvorHitles of Jlnh
laan, Pennsylvania, Hurvard and Yale.
Training quarters are to be secured by the
club and the team put to praetii at once.
The Reliance 'lull wrested the football
chimipluiislilp of the cciubt from the lnl
verslty of California and Hie Stanford uni
versity last year and are confident of mic.
i'ea In the Kaat.
UlnvHiiiilT tleiit 't'liumiisoii.
London, July 27. In the final heat of the
regatta, at Jlolet on the Thamec, in the
race for senior scull. . T. liluekstaff, of
the Vesta Rowing club, defuated j. A.
TliompKon, of the Argonaut Rowing Club,
of Toronto, by two l.-ei, after an cseiliiig
and splendid race. The linlsh wan a se
vere one. in eitteilng the at furlong it
looked a though Thompson wan ahead,
but lie vteered badly,
t'firbett Will Jtil. Mil PcfciiKc.
New Vork. July 27. Jann-a J. Curbetfa
attorney bus notified Referee Jacob that
Wig client will make no defrne to Ihe eiltt
of Mr. Ullle Curbelt for divorce.
Aliolllll It. it I'ol.oii,
All Intosleating Uquoi and beverage
Alcohol is a poUon to the nertoiiij i.y
tetn ami ciiu.-ck u dlitaaid condition of
the nove ,-ell!..
The dlnaaed iondith(H Is gecoinpauled
hi a craving for .tlmiilaiu una lilmlmt
lion of the will power.
Total abstinence will innvent the dU.
ease, hut will not cure the diseased condl
Hun after It in once prenent.
A cure of the condition, which is called
aboholibui, cm be obtained by ine u.ti of
Tn. reiiwdlec of Dr. I.nlle b. Keeley
have cuied utei SSO.Ouil men and women
aurl have Wen thojoughly teated for oyer
The Ke.Uj irialinent hi the onlj one
luduraed by the United Sure gotcrn
nienl, Th publ.i l warned agaiuot all imlui
torh of th. K. .ley treatment, ihilr only
claim beiug . Iirai.u, mid It earnestly
riMpiested to remember that there u no
Keeley institute In Kans.th City. Jlo.
The only Keeley institute in either of the
building, ha ilia City, K.i.
Aliuhol nil I Dc.itb.
Life tmur.-iiice cotniatnlet compute that
four inrfinoerate rirlniieis ami mn .,,.i:
crate drlki.r die to one total abstainer.
Int, 1'. 0
,.11 S-l Wl
..is a Ma
.,S9 i Ml
, . in x rax
. .ro m m
,.p r. 8-it
..as r.s av)
..II 80 1WS
FOUR FAVORITES IN FRONT,
,.vsi day or tiii: i:i:k a 00011 oni:
lOtt Till; lAI.K.M'.
Monk ttterton, llesIr .Miliol, Sell Iiuher-
I j and lomiliKuy l.iiinled Hie Mnney
fur 1 liem tn 1 slders Won ittu
of the Itilies.
The mrd offered at Kxpojltlon Driv
ing park Miterlay wrts one o the
best of thf meeting and furnished
excellent spoil. The tnleht had ejttltc
an inning. Klnce they plrked rour
of the wlnhet In the Hx pvsttln and played
them heavily, Hie other two going to out
siders. The track wim fattt and the at
tendance wot good.
The winning favniltco were Monk Over
ton In the first race. Which wan an oddn-oii
favotlte and won nn he pleased, llessle
Nichols in the second nice, Another mldn-on
favorite, which won .nil Ihe way. Nell lla
,hrty In the fourth rare, at even money,
ntnt Fonsehway lit the llftli tare, Which
opened nt 5 lo 2, nnd went to tile pout at
J td 5. ntii! won htOPllly. The third rate
was taken by H. A. Hay, at odds nf 10 to
t, nnd the ilxlh race war captured by lles
sle Yelser, at 10 to 1, she getting three
lengths the best of the start and never
M.-ltuyre lode two winners, In Monk
Overton and Ponaehway. putting up a pnt
llctilarly good Hdo on the latter. In the
fourth tare Nell Ptaherty allowed Hint nhe
Is gettlhg into her trim form by easily de
feating a Held of the best sprinter lit the
tlttik. Including Hoy nnd tleorge Miller.
She made the pace no hot ft out the start
that she faced them off their reel.
muck Satin was an S to S rnvorlte In the
tare won by I!. A. Hay, nnd lit the last
twee, tvrtn by Itesste Yelser, Little Nell wns
it fi Ui a favorite. She got six lengths the
worst, of the stnrl ami wag never able to
get up to the lender.
The day's racing opened with a six fur
long event, In which Monk Overton was
figured to outclass his Held, and he wns
tnnde an odds-on fnvorlle ft nut the tHurt,
going to the post at 3 to ii, There was
nothing in the race but Overton, for he
went lo the front when he got icndy and
won ns he pleased. Vlck, which was touted
ns a good thing, ran prominently to the
stretch, whetc she died away and Pattle
Todd, which run a good raie, got the place,
Mill Klmo thlid.
The second race was at six furlongs and
developed another hot favorite lu llessle
Nichols, which opened at even money 11 ml
went to the post at 3 to S. She took the
lead at the start and won galloping all the
way. Hob Clampett and Kcchoilleo were
second and third from the quarter and
finished that Way.
For the third race, at sl.v nnd one-half
furlong", Itlnck Satin was the favorite lit
to .', with Adllena a good second choice.
Lit Pa van. 1-1. A. Iluv and Adllciiii was the
order at the start, but Adllenn soon took
the lead ami held It to the stretch, with
K. A. Hay second. 13. A. Hay then came
on and won handily, with Adllena second
and Itlnck Satin third.
For the fourth race at live furlongs 11
hot Held of sprinters went to the post. Nell
Flaherty wns the favorite, but there was
11 strong play on Hoy and fieorge .Miller,
lilt! Ilfitv Unfile wns li.lckoil off si.V'et'ill
points. There wns never anything In the
race after the start but Nell Flaherty. She
shot to the front at once and was never
headed. C.rey Itatlle ran a cood race and
llnished second, while Henrge Miller beat
Hoy a head for third place In a det-pernte
race through the stretch.
The ilfih race was at a mile and there
wns a strong play on Fonschway. Joseph
ine and Hob Carter, the former being the
favorite at the post. There was a long de
lay at the start, and when they finally not
away Major Hrlpps was in front with Rob
Cnrter second This was the order to the
half, where Hob Carter fell back anil Fon
schway moved up second. In the stretch
Melntyre brought Fonschway up with a
rush, nnd he won handily, with Major
Drlpps In the place and Uateway third.
Hob Carter pulled up very lame and will
not be able to race again for some time.
The last race was at six and one-half
furlongs, nnd the favorite was Little Nell,
with Chnrley Weber second choice. The
start was n very stragBllug one, and lles
sle Yelser. one of the outsiders, getting off
In front, was never headed, though she
onlv bent Alva out a noe in a lighting
finish. Little Nell was oft last and never
bad a chance.
First race Six furlongs. S. JI. Williams
& Co.'s .Monk Overton, eh. g., n. Syntax
Kthel, 103 (Melntyre), 3 to r.. won; Patlic
Todd, 03 (J. Davis). 20 to 1, second: lllmo,
D3 (Van Camp). 4 to 1, third. Time, l:lS'-j.
Rosa Hart. Hopper, John R., Vlck nnd
Jlean Knougn also ran.
Second race Six furlongs. T. A.
Faugbt's Res-do Nichols, gr. m., I. Tom
Nichols Kate. Wilson. 107 (Johnson). 3 lo ;,,
won; Hob Clamoett. 100 (Van Cnmn), r, to
I. secon I; Beehollee. DO (Slai-on). fi to 1,
third. Time. 1:18. Sir Churles, Willie L..
Darwin Wedgewood, Haby Hill and Pixey
Third race Six and a half furlongs. G.
JI. Ripple ft Co.'s B. A. Ray. h. g a, Imp.
Abnna-Jllnnle Wells, 116 (Civdlei. tn to I,
won; Adllena, 111 (Melntyre), 3 to 1, sec
ond; Hlnck Bntln. 101 (J. Davis), ft to 5.
third. Time, 1:26. La Pavnn, Victor It.,
Belle T., Lit Clrlppe and Valedictory also
-Fourth race Five furlongs. R. Stripe's
Nell Flaherty, h. m.. n. Little Alph
Hvpsy Oueen. 105 flUuteinam, even, won;
Urey Rattle. lOi! (Corrter). I to 1, second:
George Miller. 115 (McKaM. 3 to 1. third.
Time, 1:0314. Hoy and Witkcndu also ran.
Fifth race (me mile. Sol Hughletl's
Fonschway, eli. h.. n, Fonao-Llmo, 103
(Melntyre), S to C, won; Major Drlpps, 10."
(Johnson), 10 to 1, si-ond; Gateway, 10S
(Rogemitn). I." to I. third. Time, l:ll4.
Hob Carter, Cyaniha, Karl R, and Joseph
ine also ran.
Sixth race-Six and 11 half furlongs.
Louisville stable's R. s..-lc Yelser. ch. m., B,
Harry L. Oracle. HI (Mooneyi, 10 to 1,
won: Alva. 103 (Van Camp), 10 10 1, second;
HroWn Dick. 117 (Melntyre), 4 to 1, .third.
Time, 1:25. Little N.tl. Camden, Charlie
Weber and Dilly Sunderland alio rnn.
Cntrle for MoikIhjN Knees,
Following are the entries and weights
for Monday's races'
First race Three-quarters of mile; sell
ing. Sundown, OS pounds; tll.-n Luck, 05;
Montrellow, SO: K. A. H.iv, 100: Hay Don,
lot; Pixey. S3; Southerner, 07; Lucv Clark,
ll; Na.Ilne, i7; Ciaft, 108; Liumbrla, ill;
Second race Five-eighth of a mile; 2-year-oldu.
Blanch Kern. Hi7: Patsev, lfi;
Plug, 114: Rill Powell. KB: Serf. 112; Fannie
Hunt,. irt)i Han. 107; Madeira, 1UI.
Third race Three-quarters nf a mile;
veiling. Jlamle ft., 99, Jim Conn, 10S; Mia
Addle, OS; Alva, K: Arthur Davis, IR; Mur
phy, 106; Longfellow. 101: Rell Stout. 01;
Put I! rooks, SI); Cornerlb, So; Joa New
Fourth race Thlrteen-slxteenlhs of a
mile; selling. .Major Drlpps. 110; La (iartlit,
I'I7; Collector, ll: Ueoig.- Mlllir, 113; West
brook, 105; Immllda, 107; Richard T 107;
Monk Overton, so; S. huylklll. 111.
Fifth race-Nlncslxteenthn of a mile:
selling. Hlrd Dobson. Kingcraft, Ren Har
rison. U side Wiser, Lucv Day. Joe Cot
ton, De.-k, Mountain Hell., Abana Roy,
Rob Roy, Sleep) Hill, Jir.iu.t. Nevada
Roy. Grur. Pretyiit, Little Kll. lit) each.
Matt llyrinu tvnn 'ally.
, New York, July 27. The chief race of the
day at llrighton was th heavyweight
hundlcap, in whh h Matt Hymen was
thrown in at lilt pounds. Seven went to the
post. At the opening 2 to 1 could be had
iiKHlnst I ly 1 ties, although he closed at 6 to
5. paladin at once started to make tho
running. He kept the place until the buck
stretch, when Hawurilen ran up alongside,
and at the turn hod Paladin in trouble.
As they rounded the stretch Turn! sent
Jlatt Ryrnea paat the utlicia easily. He
went by a length, and Huwai'den got the
place from Paladin. Summuiics:
I'lial race On mile; Belling, lluzleton,
S to 1, won; Lu Fiegtu. 3 In 2. second; Sue
Kittle, 4 to 5, thlid Time, :Wt,
Second race Five furlongs. Intermis
sion. 3 to 1. won; Imperial. . to 2. second;
IJounpurtc. 11 to 1, third. Time. 1:01.
Thlid nice Five I'nrlonga: selling. Man
grove, 2 to 1. won; The Swain, 4 to 1. sec.
ond. AuMtfii, I to 1, thiid. Time, l:02.
Fnqith race one mile. Mutt Hyruos. 1;
In 6. won; Hawurden. 10 tn I, second; I'.il.
adln. S to I, third. Time, l:t2V
Fifth race-Half mile. C.iatluinn, S tn 5,
won; Lorranla. 0 to 3, sucond; Aunot Lylo,
1; to 1. third. Time. l);iufc.
Sixth race Hurdle: mile and a half; sell
lug. La Faseite, 2 to I. won; Piiinus, fi fo
1, second; Index, 30 to 1. thlid. Time, 3;10.
Ruin Diulc.l Detroit Itmco,
Detroit. Mich., July 27. The last day's
racing at (irot-gc Pointe pork has been de
clined oif on account of lain. The meet
ing has been very successful in oiiit of
attendance and the chits of sport fur
nished. S.111 I rani'tKeii Racei.
Han Francis, o. July 27. Only two favor
ites took tlrst place in Ihe race' to-day. The
others went to third choices.
First race Six furlong. Prince won; Hel
lo, second; WH1 Rose, third. Time, l:lti.
Second race Selling; tlx fmlonga. Rell
Ringer won; I.edalta, geoiid; The Lark,
third. Time. DISH.
Third 1 ace Five furloniia: sellli.5. Tim
Jlurphy won; (loldbug, second; lluviienie.
third. Time 1:01.
Fourth race; About six futlongs; handi
cap; 2-vc.lr-oliR Ledette. filly, won!
santt Jlelln, necond; Jo K, third. '
anit iienn, necond; Jo K, third. Time,
Fifth trtce One mile an I a fiirlong; hand
icap Claudius won: Anvlt.. second; Flirt
ilia. Iliird. Time, l:3i,.
Sixth rner,,otit on. in I" .ml n half;
ettcpihnse. ,l. n. C. wnti. All IJ,lb.l( fee
bnd Mestor, ihlhl. Time, ::.M'i.
1'jlng lllllcliiinin licit l.l"ak.
Cth'ltinnll. O., July ST.-The event of Iho
day at Oakley was the. T.'leernph Stake,
for 3-ypitr-ol.l, worth tt.SW cash to the
wihiier. Onlv two start. !-l.ltnk. with
I2i pounds, and Flying Dut. hman, with 117
but It was one of the tnot cxelting riiers
of the ineellng, . Link wns slightly the
favorite Iti the hotting. They raced llko
11 double team fot tin urtaUr part ofTne
dlstniiee. with the Ida. k . dt on the ln.lde.
lie looked a icltnln winner In the Mreleh,
hut faltered In the lat lift v yards and Fly
ing Dutchman bent him out. lloth were
dead tired. Favorites Won the other live
rncr. The nttetnlanre was tlhUMiiilly large
and trnrk fust. Suminart. s:
First men purse; live rurlonc. Count
r' ii-inn, I to 2, won! Mtrgntet Allen, 3d
lo 1. second; .Helle of Fordlutm, 10 to 1,
thlid Time, l;n2.
Second rue.. Selling; ihe furlongs. Clan
Itaiier. 2 to I, won; Mnno.t, 30 to 1, second;
Swiftly, in lo 1, third Time, 1:1...,
Third race Selling: lite and ntie-lifllf fur.
longs. Rondo, S to S, won; Hen Hollldny,
S to S. seeotid; Syenmoto, CO to 1. third.
I'onrth race The Teleuraph Slnkos; vnt
ii" to winner, fJ.Wi; tnllu ami otiielRhtli.
Flying Dutchman, I to S, won; Llssnk.cven,
second. Time. lilHVt.
Plfth race Purse; one mile nnd seventy
yards. Cash Day, I to 5, won; lllue nnd
Gray. I to 1, second; Undo Tom, 60 lo I,
third. Time, Hint,.
Sixth mec Selling: six furlongs, Satttl
larlo, 12 to I, won; Marie Woodland, 10 to
1. second; Neutral, 9 lo 3. third, Time,
Winners at Ht. I.iiul".
St. l.oiil, ,Mo July 27. The card to-day
at Fair Association P.trk wns excellent
and 4,11011 people attended. The sport wns
line. Track heavy. The surprise of the
day was in the llftli race, when Dora Wood,
with Pit pounds up, tun second to Simmons,
beating Star Ruby nn'l Magnht. New
hotses ate itrtlvllig dnlly nnd the exlnnded
meeting promises to be prosperous. Sum
1 1 1 r-i . ... i. iiiui'iiKP, ..et, .......1,'
Woodford. 2 to 1, won; Atinl Stlslc, 10 to
1, second; Reel Cap, 10 to 1, third. Time,
Second race Purse for 2-yeiir-olds; live
and a half furlongs. Rarbnrosn, I to C.
won; Sixty, to 1, second; Dr. G even,
third. Time. 1:13.
Third race one mile. Tartntlati, 3 to fi,
won; LlliiMtlne, 3 to 2, second; H.tnsach,
i to 1. third. Time, l:ISV4.
I'onrth race Five and a hnlf furlongs;
purse for 2-year-old". I'lopln. .1 to ft. won;
Seiiclene. 20 to 1, second; A. 11. C, 30 to 1,
third. Time, 1:11,
Fifth race Six furlongs; for 3-ycar-olds.
Simmons. 2'i to I. won: Dora Wood, 2" to
1, second; Star Ruby, 2 to 1, third Time.
Sixth race Selling; seven furlongs. Ad
dle I'.uchiinan, oven won; Sumo, 3 to 1,
second; Minnie Jlacklln, 12 to 1, third.
Coltlltllills Itlc.Ti'le Rare.
Columbus, O., July 27. About 3.000 peo
ple saw the bicycle races of the National
circuit at the Columbus race truck to
day. A strong wind was blowing nnd It
rained, making the track slow and time In
all events very ordinary. Tho winners
were ns follows:
One mile, open, elas A P.. S. McKeon,
first; Fied Jlundhcnk, second; P. W.
ICIInger, third. Time. 2:2..
one and one-eighth miles, handicap,
.lass II Tom Kddy. 12. first; H. II. Klser,
OH. second; Monte Scott, in, third. Time,
One mile, 2:10 class A Fred Jlundhcnk,
tlrst, W. J, Kllger, -ei ond; 11. C. Klmmel,
third. Time, 2:1.1 2-r..
one mile, class R Arthur Gardiner, first;
K. C. Raid, tecond; F. J. Titus, third.
Time, 2:2S 1-3.
Mile nnd an eighth, handicap, class A
K. D. McKeon, 30, tlrst; W. J. Kllnger,
aeritteh. second; Fred Jlundhcnk, 10, third.
Time. 2:1". 2-3.
Tliiec miles, state championship F. C.
Sehreln. tlrst; W. J. Kllnger, second; K. L.
Stlebiirgrr, third. Tune. S:.'.S1-.1.
Two mile, open, cla-s H C. JI, Jlurphy,
llrt: L. C. Johnson, sicond; Monte Scott,
third. Time, 3:11 1-3.
Two ami 11 eiunrler mile handicap, class
A Kd D. McKeon. r.n. tlrst: Forest Rlge
low, 30. second: Rohi rt Llndtmillcr, 30,
thlid. Time, 5:33 2-".
Valkyrie III. Una Sailed.
Gourock, July 27. Valkyrie 111., the chal
lenger for the Ann ricas cup, sailed for
New Ymfc this ttfleinooil. Her deii.irtnie
was witnessed by thousands of enthusias
Notes for the Cyclists.
Thirty miles an hour Is not far off.
Lesna, the Frenchman, has ridden 2"i
miles In slxtv minutes.
Ren Howard .-ays he Is waiting for
some one to chop "Hewn" Henley's Waldo
record one-half minute before he goes for
the paced record over that course. Next!
Kvery once In a while some old stager
bobs, up serinely. The latet-t Is Peter
Rerlo paced by .1 quad dolus a mile flying
start In 1:37 4-" at Klkwood Park Asso
ciation, Long liranoh.
The CyelDtf. are IosIiik three valuable
members in o. C. Mandevllle, Charles
nnd Hilly Jnques, who are going to Chi
cago August t to live. They can ill nlford
to, loe such hard club workers and Jovial
The coming (wo dnys' meet at Fair
mount park on Aiigust 30 nnd 31 has put
nil the racing men on their mettle and
every evening Sqiiler's stretch on Waldo
road Is the M.-pe of some lively sprinting
between local cracks, no less than forty
coming uero. tho llnlslt in n bunch In
some of the finishes,
Tom Rek and Johnny Johnson were In
Chicago last week en route to Minn' apnlis,
where Johnson Is now tnklng a rest. While
In Chicago til" pair closed several deals
for Johnson'-' appearance at trotting meets,
which pay better than out and out cycle
races, so Tom Kek Fays, This onlv goes
to show that a leopard can't change Its
spots. Now if Tomec can set the onlv
Jack Prln. e to Join him he will be in
The Cyclists' . lull run to-d.iy will ho to
Fnlrmount park to witness the baseball
game bet we. 11 tlio Kansas City Cyclists
nnd Nlngaia ban ball nines, providing the
Niagaras show up. The Cyclbts' club 11ms
to Hickman's .Mills nn the Itth and JUr
llnin Ini-t Sunday wete not as well nt
tetided .ii- mlKht have been. Captain
llaynes pionil-es -ome enjoyable club runs
for AugiiM 1h.1t will be 11 little nut of tho
TROUBLE OVER A MATCH,
Albert Coliini As-aulteil by Two .lien at
the .1 unci Ion anil Min-hcd Willi
A dispute over u match resulted In n
light, in which Albert. Corum, a printer liv
ing ut No. Mil Central street, was seriously
stubbed last night. While Corum was
standing at the Junction shortly alter mid
night, he was accosted by two unknown
men. one of whom asked him for n match
in such u rough manner as to Inuur
forum's wrath, nnd a light ensued, in
which one ut the htritligeis was knocked
down, nheieiiiiuii tho other pulled n inzoi
liom one of his pockets and indicted three
wounds upon Corum's jiurson, one a deep
gash, In the left b g half way between hip
and knee. The other wounds weie on bis
right leg. and wete slight. Cniuui was le
mnveil to police headquarters after some
delay, anil bis wounds wcro dressed. His
Coium lilts, woiked ill different newspaper
olllces In Kansas City, but at- the tlmo of
the alfruy was out of employment.
.New "-nits I'lled.
21352. A. II. Glasnor et nl vs. Fled Fred
erb k: aitin hmeiii. ,
21353. Waierbury Jiuckle Company et al
vs. Retry Jlanufacturlng Company; equity.
S1351. Gregory Grocery Company vs, Lou
isu La in lie et ,i; attachment.
IlRinP ITHMS 1IY JV litis.
Lexington. Jlo., July 27. (Special.) Six
teen ilelegales were tie. lid tioiu Lexing
ton township to-day lo attend Ihe county
convention, to be held at Hlggliisville
Jloiiday, July 20, to,.elcct delegates to the
Purtlo sptlngs bllyef convention.
Wichita, K.is., July 27. (Sieelul.) Stephen
Losh, (i fanner near here, was killcl to.
day in a runaway He was driving lo
town, when his horses became frightened,
throwlUR him out of hi caiilaue and
drugging him for over half 4 mile. le
leaves a wile and eight children.
Wichita. Kits., July 27.-(Speclal.) While
11. Colvln. driver of an Ice wagon, was il
luming from tliu morning delivery, he was
attacked by two masked men, one of
whom Jumped into his wagon ami ordered
him to throw up his hands. Colvin showed
Hirtt und was knocked unconscious by it
how on the head and then fobbed. Ho is
In a cilticnl condition. ' '
.Milwaukee, Wis., July 27. A special to
the Kvcnlng Wisconsin from Jiadlson,
Wis., savs: The new bulldlti? ut Ho. 11, no
county Insane asylum ut Verona was Uruck
ny iigntning at mmnigni .-11111 entliely ton
Mimed. Superintendent Kcwln, who was
lighting the tire on the roof, was piecipl
111 ted to the giound with fulling walls and
fatally hurt. The patients were moved to
Hie other buildings In feifetv.
ONLY FOUR DAYS MORE,
A Wonderful Opportunity tn Obtain Treat
ment at 11 Trilling Cot Pull Notlie
tllteii So Hull There Wilt
lie No t.'nmptiilut.
1-A-eryone who npptle for trentment lo
Ihe Copeland spc-iallals before Augu-t 1
will receive constant and steady treatment,
nnd nil ineellclnes, etc., necessary lo a ure
for the trivial sum or hot tiiorc than l A
month until curhd.
Tltlft ohllgnlloii of giving all treatment
and nil medicines at this low rate until
cured Is ItltnlinB on Dr. Copolahd, because
or the terms or his original ofTer. nnd "ti
sequenlly he owes 11 to the public lo make
the fuel clear, so that full ndvanlage ..in
be taken of this wonderful opportunity.
The object In view when n temporary re.
dttcllon of the regtllnr fee was made Is ac
complished. Now the regular rate must
As it is the custom of many to Walt un
til the hist day, the Copeland specialists
desire to say that they will not cut short
the lime of old patients to seen now ones
In the riih nt the end of the month, so
that those who put oft applying until Hu
Inst day or the month must blame th"iu
.I'ltes only If they are unable to sec tie so
physicians. The best tim.. to apply Is Ini
tnedlntely, us there will be no question
now alNiut not getting full exattiinatl di
nnd direful lientment nnd being taken on
the full terms of the orrer. name, not
morp thtin fl n. month for Hvntfntit, nil
Vice, nttetitloli nnd all cure und medicines
siloitr 1 1 t l.Mo.si.i.
Mil. PKTKR CALDIIR. dealer In ngrl
cnlttirnl Implements. Ildgerton. Kns., un
der date of July 13, writes: "Yours of the
12th Insl. received, llxctise- me for bring
so cnieless III writing, but my llrst month's
trentment lnted mi over a month hy be
ing iihent from home and not taking It
Icgntarly, but I felt a gieut Improvement
In the III 9 1 month. The second month's
trentment I got In two weeks utter the
llrst month's medicine was taken. Atter
taking the second month's I found myself
cured, us the discharge fiom my head and
throat was all gone. I do not take rol.l
as I used to. I have no totiEh and the
"oremcsH In my right lung has disappeared.
I ntn thankful tor the good I hate re
ceived. I will call on you when 1 come to
W. H. LOPCKS. an engineer on the Jt..
K. Ar T. R. It., who resides ut .Muscogee,
I. T says: "I had n bad case of catarrh
of the head, throat and bronchial tubes. I
had stopped up nose, sore throat, n hack
ing cough, pnlus in my chest nnd n poor
appetite. JIv voice beeiitno husky My
stomach troubled me. I loi flesh nnd was
unfit to ntlend to work. The treatment of
Drs. Copeland & ISranntimn notiil like it
charm, removing all of the nbovc symp
toms." P. M CnttltV of Htutnrn. Kns rnvsi "I
had a catarrhal trouble that affeetcil my
lien. 1. tn mat and nmncnint tunes. 1101 tors
said 1 had an abscess on my Iuiiks. I was
In such poor health thnt I wns not able to
get out ot the house, and of course was
not able to do any work. Since taking the
course of treatment from Drs. Copeland &
Rinnnintin by mall I have regained my
health. 1 have a good appetite, have In
creased twenty pounds In tlesh and ntn
able to work every day. I sleep f-oundly
nnd feel well nnd hearty. I can surely
recommend these physicians."
1. W. CASBY. of 321 Campbell street, this
city, says: "I had catarrh seven years: af
fected iny head, throat and stomach. The
disease extended to my ears, causing a
contlnunl roaring nnd purlin) deafness. My
throat wus sme and Inflamed. My stom
ach caused me much trouble. These symp
toms uppeure.1 to get worse with every
cold. I lost flesh, became despondent. nerv
ous nnd could not slei p. The above symp
toms have nlmiwt left me nnd my hearing'
Is wonderfully Improved."
MRS. c. C. RUSHING. of Kurekn Springs,
Ark., who Is takltiK trentment by mall,
says: "I send a few lines to let you know
that the second lot of medicines came nil
right, and I am taking it with good results.
I am satislle.l with the Improvement that
Is being made."
what no Tiir.v no?
Drs. Copeland & P.innaman can nnd do
They not only treat nnd cure catarrh,
Hut they treat and cure asthma.
And they treat and cure rheumatism,
And they treat and cure bronchitis.
And they licit und cure lung troubles,
And Lbey treat and cure catarrhal deaf
ness. And they treat and cure sore eyes,
And they triat and cure skin diseases.
And they treat nnd cure nervous dis
ease!". ' .
And they treat and cure all curable
And tho only cost for .ill treatment, all
medicine- and all attention. If application 1"
made before Anctist 1. is Jt a month till
cured. Patients living nt a distance are
treated as successfully as here In Kansas
City. Send for symptom blank.
Drs. Coiiclanil tt Uranninan,
tOUl nod KI'Jil Walnut St., Kansas City. Mo.
Specialties Catarrh, Asthma, lironehitls,
Nervous Diseases, Rheumatism, Consump
tion nnd all Chronic Affections of the
Throat, Lungs, Stomach. Liver nnd Kid
neys. Olllce hours: 0 a. in. to 12. 1:30 p. m. to 5.
Hvenlngs, Jlondays. Widnesdnys, Thurs
days and Saturdays, 7 to S p. in. Sunday,
0 a. m. to 2 p. m.
LYNCHED BYJIXTY MEN.
Victor Adams IIiuibciI to a Treo by a JIoli
Near O'Nells, Cul.
Fresno, Cal., July 27. A special to the
Republican from Jlndera Is to the effect
thut Victor Adams, who shot and killed
Justice Raker nt O'Nells last Tuesday
morning, was lynched by a mob of sixty
men this afternoon near the scene of the
murder. Adams married Raker's step
daughter. The two men had a dispute over
some horses and Adams followed Raker to
his home and shot him.
After shooting linker, Adams fled Into
the brush. He was caught thirty miles
from O'Nells by a brother of the murdered
man nnd two other citizens. They were
returning with their prl-ouer to O'Nells
and, when within three miles of the town,
were met by a band ot sixty men, who
took A.lumt. ftom them and hanged him
to a tree.
coon m;vs rito.ti .iackmin 1101,1:.
Agent Trior toys There lias lleen Nn .tins
Washington, July 27. A dispatch sent by
Agent Titer, of the Fort Hall, Id., Indian
agency, from Idaho Falls shortly after
midnight wus received at the Indian bu
reau to-day. It slated that tho agent has
Joined General Copplngcr . n route to the
si ene of tho trouble. Jlessengers sent
from the agency to the IS.mnocks have
returned from Jackson Hole and report
th.tt the Indians will not resist nrrest.
The dispatch makes no mention of the re
ported wholesale massacre nt Jackson
Hole, and little credence is given the mas
sacre story bv bureau uftli lals. They say
that In the event of such a massacre the
bureau would be liiiine.ll.uely notllled by
the ngent or his icpresentatives.
HIS WOUND NOT HCIUOUS.
II. 31. WIIhoii Attacked anil Stabbed WI1II11
I. calling a Itllu.l Man.
As II. JI. Wilson was leading a blind
man home nhotit 11:30 o'clock lust night ho
crew .1111 ui a name 01 cuius, and Is the
second light over the same incident, the
other occurring, last Saturday night. Tho
wounds weie pot seilous, und Wilson was
Original George T. Finch, Dennis. La
bette; John Giles. Linda, Rawlins; Frank
Swindle. National Mllltarv home, Leaven,
worth; Thomas J. Stout, Tonganoxle.Lenv
cuworlh. Increase Benjamin V. Slater. Fredonla,
Wilson; Joseph .Marshall, Sallordvllle,
Chase: I'M win F. Pidge, Sallna, Saline.
Itelwue Jasper P.llnters, Blk Clty.Jlont
gomcry, Bli.is 1-5. Andrews. Uverest.lirown!
D.tvld S. Stoner, Kirwln, Phillips; William
R, Catron, WInlleld, Cowley,
Mi-nek With 11 Hock.
Joseph Gilford, g small colored boy liv
ing ui No. IWi Vine street, called a small
er boy, whose namo he does not know,
some bad name ut the corner of Thir
teenth anil Hroadway at 7 o'clock last
night. The unknown boy threw u rock
ut him which struck him on the top of
the head and cut u gash an Inch long.
He ran to police headquarters and had
his injury dresstd by Police Surfa-eou Hyde.
.u uiioene.i 1. 11 iniiii, s,ii. 1 in no itenry
Ijtwson. and iccclveil two wounds, onn on
the shoulder and tho other oil the head,
fiom u dlik knife. The encounter occurred
at Second stieet and Grand avenue ami
...ut; .u ,....iv ... ois iiiiiiii' nt ;nu, I i.IjW
Grand avenue. Wilson was lo hiivn been
mauled to-day, lull the ceremony will, lu
all likelihood, now be postponed until his
ri.ovtry. The blind man was struck by it
look lu tho melee.
Read This Twice.
Out of ihe thousands tuho will read this advertise
ment there are only .So whom il ean possibly serve.
These j$o should read tt lioice and act promptly if
they would reap the benefit Money must accompany
all orders by mail. Your money back if you luant it.
rTHIi story is this: Our buyer, who is now East, just
shipped us forty dozen Men's Single Breasted Sack
Suits, and wc put them on sale Monday at Five Dollars
Each ; but that isn't all. These suits are Brown, all Brown.
nothing but Brown. If they were black, or blue, or gray,
or any other color but Brown, the price would be ten dollars
and wc wouldn't be writing this ad. But they're Brown,
and the price, instead of ten dollars, is Five. Think of a
genuine Washington Mills Homespun Worsted Suit selling
at five dollars just because it is Brown; and the same cloth
exactly, only different color, selling on the very next tabic
for ten. But that is the case, and the opportunity is yours.
If you want to wear a BroWn suit, or can wear
it, or don't object to Brown, get one of these suits
for Five dollars, and get your money back Instantly
if you do not find it a ten dollar suit.
READ THIS AGAIN.
NEW GOLDEN EAGLE
1100 and 1102 MAIN ST,, KANSAS CITY, MO,
MUST FIGHT OUT OF TEXAS.
(liniTiinr Culberson !iich it Vliinm1
I'riiclailiallon til Regard to the. Cnr-
hctt-I'll ui tn tiiou .11111.
Austin, Tex., July 27. Governor Culberson
this afternoon trailed the following ptoclu
tnut Ion In regard to the Corbett-Fltzslm
mons 11k li t :
"Whereas, Klphtlns with or without
gloves Ik expressly prohibited by the law ot
this stnte, and any person who acts as sec-
ouil, stakebolder, counselor or adviser, or
who shall render aid of any such character
in any such light, Is principal in such of
"Wbereas, It Is the duty of police of-tlcc-a
to prevent Infractions of Mich law,
as well as to cause offenders to be appre
hended and punished, for which ample pro
vision Is made; and
"Whereas. It Is believed said law has
been and U belnfr frequently violated, and
further violations thereof are contemplated
ami are now beins openly provided for;
"Whereas. Such llacrant defiance will
lirliift disrepute iiKin and fouler a spirit of
disobedience of all laws; and
"Whereas, The effect of such encounter,
besides sliowiiiK contemptuous- disregard for
iiir law, will tend lo make Texas the scat
of offenses prohibited by most, It not all, of
the Males of the I'nlon; and
"Wherea". Any supposed temporary pe
cuniary benelit resulting therefrom will bo
dearly acquired, at the expense of the peo
"Whereas, Texas, with her hospitable nnd
Intelligent . population and limitless re
in.nrees.needs not the Incentive of vlolatlotm
of law to induce immigration or Invest
"Whereas, The constitution of the stato
unjoins that the executive shall cause tho
laws to be faithfully executed;
"Now therefore, I. (', A. Culberson, gov
ernor of the state of Texas, by virtue of tho
authority vested in nie by the constitution
and laws thereof, do hereby urge the va
rious otlleers charged with such duties both
to prevent the commission of such offenses;
and cause offenders to be punished, anil all
persons contemplating future Infractions of
said law are warned to desist therefrom
and are put upon notice thut lo limit of ex
ecutive authority, I shall take care that
the law l faithfully executed, to the ond
that such oftenses may be prevented and of.
"In witness whereof, I have hereunto set
my hand and caused the seal of the state
to be atllxed, In AuMIn, this, the 27th day of
July, A. D. 1SW. C. A. CUl.HKltWJN,
(.Seal) Uovirnor of Texas.
"Ilv the Governor:
"AI.USO.V MAVFllU.!), Secretary of
JIIIN TIHJIlt OWN .MONUMllNTS.
Head Undies TruiiMiiriued Into Klcgant
from tho I'hlladelphiu Itecord.
Thomas Holnus, of South street nnd
Maicy avenue, Itrooklyn, un expert on
the subject of embalming fluids1, claims to
have perfected a process hy which Ihe hu
man body ran be pctrllled. He calls It
the antiseptic gas process of embalming
and s.i that ulihlu two necks ho will
make t.sts at Hellenic hospital,
Dr. Holmes has lu Ills olllce n petrified
arm which looks like a piece uf marble.
Dr. Holmes claims thnt antiseptic gas can
now be inanutaclured as cheaply as any
lluld tn use for embalming, After tho gas
has been Injected, the ductor says, the
body will gradually solidify and turn white
as marble, even to tho nails and hair, but
the latter only close to the skull. Dr.
Holmes Is now 78 years old. He said: "J
believe 1 have illacoveicd a process nf em
balming superior to the old I.'i'yptlun. The
arm which I einlrilmcil by the process Is
as hard as stone and will remain so for
ever. Now, 1 urn about to oigautzu n com
pany for tho manufacture of glais caskets
lighted by electricity, by which the living
can view the faces of ihelr dead friends,
tlod Intended man to return to dust, but
there are a troad many who would tlud
comfort In looking on tho faces of their
John It. Martin, one of the Judges in tho
Fifty-second precinct, at tho last
election last spring. who was In
dicted by the giiiud Jury for Il
legally ubntractlng ballots from tho ballot
box, burrendcred himself in tho ciimlnal
court yesterday. He gave Jl.ouu bond for
ids appearance ut tho September term of
the criminal court. His bondsmen are T,
T. Crittenden and Henry M, Stoncstrcet.
A Win Choice
Mother "I am very glad to learn that
the young lady you aie engaged to Is
deeply religious. You have made a wise
Son "Yes, we go to all the prayer
meetings, church sociables und revivals
l hat come along. It's a heap cheaper
than theateri., balls and operas." New
Quantity, 4S0, no more, 110 ess. Mate
rial, genuine Homespun Worsted, every
fiber wool, nnd from the eeltbrated Wash
ington Jfs. Linings, dark serge for the
body, striped silesia for the sleeves. Trim
mings, eorded silk braiding on inside
edges, hand worked silk buttonholes.
Stylo, regular lengths, single breast
ed, round eorncr, sacks. Sizes, every
regular size, from 34 to 42. These suits
were made by regular workmen, in the
regular way and under clean and healthy
conditions, and the cost 0 ihe cloth alone
was very much more than we ask for the
Two things to remember the color
Br oton, the price J' ivc.
CHEROKEE WILLIAM WEEPS.
Tho Hesperadii Cries liecaiisn of Ills I all
ure tn llreak .lull at I'ort,
Fort Smith, Ark., July 27.-Clmrokce Kill
has been shackled nnd Is kept locked up
In his cell, (leorgo Fierce, who had se
cured n table ley and utteinptcd to assist
Cherokee Kill in his attempt tn break jail,
Is subjected to the same treatment. Cher
okee 11111 cried most nil of last night, dun
mostly to mortification over the failure of
his plan and to his having drawn the noose
tighter around his neck. To-day ho had
Itlchard Calhoun, who Is convicted of tho
murder of old man Kattenring. write out
a statement. He s.ild he had nothing
against Keating anil did not Intend lo kill
him, but that be had to run desparato
chances to escape, ns ho wns under sen
tence ot death for a murder of which 1m
was not guilty. n(. snld Keating starte 1
to draw his pistol and then he had !
shoot. He first learned that he had killed
Keating nfter he had given up his plstoi
I'heiokee J til 1 ways that Hen I'owell. a
tiusly. gave him the pistol a month ,igi..
and that Powell also smuggled In tln i h
tol the guanls found In n tub of wet i lothes
two necks ago. ltill claims to have had
ills pistol concealed In his mattress.
31 a in: an i:i.t;t "I'lsic j-j'iiiNn.
Many Invalids Cured lletaro tho Dcceptlnu
Was round Out.
In one of the shipyards of Cleveland
thete is a young man who demonstrate.!
to people of the ltocky mountain coun
try the great iiiilumee of tho mind over
the body, 'in their cases this inlluen. e
wns Mitllclcnt to cure various illscasis
until they discovered the hoax, and then a
l elapse came to some who hud not as yoi.
The young man and his companion were
not posing as priests of any peculiar With,
but were simply looking out for th. dol
lurs that might come from their patients,
and thn cures were In no wise credited to
faith, but to tho natural propertbs of an
"electric spring." Tills they claimed to
have dlscoveied under the blulf at Hike'.
J'euk, und over the. water they built a
sanitarium. Soon people came from far
and near, and not only eitme, but were
cured. Fiom various diseases the patients
obtained rellof, and the sufferers irom
iheumatlsm were numerous, some being
Tho Phenomena of the snrini? were r.
maikablo and unique. Those who bathed
In its waters felt pleasing currents of tie
subtle energy coursing through their anat
omy; und when n cup (which was chained)
was touched to the surface u, shock was
flt by tho arm which held the cup. Mar
velous success came tn the i-aiiltartuin.
and wealth was rapidly coming to the
young men during the several months thai
me i-iiiu ,is id nrieraiinn, until one day
n party of electricians visited tho placo
and discovered the secret of the spring' .
peculiar action. Thereupon, fearing th.
wruth of the ncople, the young men fled,
leaving everything behind.
The visiting electricians, strolling over
tho mountain, had found wires, and thesa
were traced Into the &pi(ng. Ueneath the
ipcky botiom of the basin there wus a
network of conductors. Tho secret of the
shock obtained at the drinking place wn
found to Jlo In tho fact thnt the water
was connected with a wire, and when the
cup touched tho hurface n circuit wus
formed. Tho discovery of the f-uud de
stroyed In many cases all the good that
had been done by tho treatment, Cleve
Two 1 1 lit Weather Item.
I'ittsburg, Kas., July 27. (Special ) This
was the warmest day of the season here
The thermomuler reached 1U0 deg, in tho
shade at noon.
Fort Scott, Kas., July 27. (Special )
This has been by far the hotten day of
the season, The thermometer ranged fiom
frt to 17 .leg, In different pails of tlii city
Tho Westport and Waldo Hallway
ru'!!' HIJ-. '' VSL7'?n W?.ort and
Fishing Is good In nine river i I : im, 'sea
son Transfer between the end of he
Westport cable and railway free.
Washington, July 27.-For Oklahoma and
Indian Territory; Fair; southerly winds
JnL fcu,r'i .:-.& ner.- v.rlabl.
.....w ....... .....n 1.,-i.i.j tiy lorty-uve
minutes between 6:30 a, m. und H r. m
Tills Is a beautiful ride oyer tin, prairie at
Waldo and through ihn it no ri.-J... ..,...'.
The county license Inspector said vester.
day thut but HI out of 3IS saloonkeet ers
licensed by the county court li.td nald hS
feo require.l by the law. ii the deiPnouVni
do not pay by the 1st of Aiig.'st J eens.1
Inspector says that he will swear out war
rants for them, when they will be liable tn
a tine ranging from NO ti m each
For Kansas: Fair; variable wj,