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THE KANSAS CITY JOUKXAL, 1MN
AUfiTST .') IROo
DEFEATED BY THE SAINTS,
mm it: hwmmi'i miv nti:
(iv mi: to si. I'.M i.
Atlln Flint, of if. l.nnK Palls to Ite.ptwd
tn Ilia Citll of lime .Nrnir ( hletign-
JimhinU Ate vliibrlou. in
ii ttrnwl iHtiitl.
Ptil Mm, Aug 4.-(SpcHl ) The
' .weaied jmimie Manning K
i Blues f..r the second time tit
ni n, hy a spore of 11 to 6. It was a
! that till nf bftMtMll, the flalnt
' ) i c ' ' niH and thp Blues
ing on I I i. K murks
Haii i in the nrnt Inning on
' ' "'1 - i l l I ing drive orr Hip
' i - l Irwin. Three
mil t ii i .uilli on two singles,
- on i i r ii mi ii wu rlflee. lit
s.unt i i itter fid ft single
1 ar i n w re r i in the
i h on r i I npi I l h
. i I hi I a i i ri
n ii Ii n a ,. m 1 u
C l ,
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I i k ii ri i! (nil
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Ii mie i
i in !
i In uti i
I mi n
i In Ihfl
111 I gOOcl
I i'ic ninth,
M i - ' I nil A WO-bUKP nil
ii -.ni- Imrt by falling
ii -i . ti. lit in tin third
) h. Ming taking tils
itlF. pitched .It
iii. tur fm t that lie
nil days with a
i k. n ilil good work
i' ii of the homo team
i I i t.
i. ii 8 po. a. r.
rke, 1 .'0220
ss , 1 . I 0 2 3 0
rf... ! 1 i 3 0 0
. , 1. f.. I i 1 (14 0 0
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3 1 J- 0 10 1
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AH It. It. SB. Pft. A. T..
g. 3b 4,100230
i 3 8 0 2 1 2
i ighton, s. 3 0 1 0 1 (1 1
r. ....... ..1 V 0 0 1 0 0
ni. )l ...., 0 I 0 13 0 0
.. ,t 4 1 S 0 2 0 0
n I V 4 0 2 0 6 1 0
!, 2b 5 0 1112 0
I ii. p 4 110 0 2"
r. f 3 0 0 0 0 0 0
,5G 8 12 I 27 15 3
....2 0 0 3 0 0 14 1-U
I runs St. Paul, 2; Katltas City, 2.
hue hltn Boyle, Bergen.
biise hits Burns
1 runs Irwin, Frlcken.
i plays Hatfield to Mnnhing to
i i i, Hernon to Bergen.
s . cm balls Otf Mulfane, S; oft Frlck-
"hv pitcher Hy Frlckeu, 1.
. v out By Wullane, 4, hy Frlckcn.l.
i hits George, BojIp
u .-.n buses St. Paul, 13; Kansas City,
I rt Cantlllon.
Mti.Tii l.tiiK"" iiinilliii.
Won. Lost. I'. C.
ll I tmpnllg 47 32 W
Kir , rity tS 3 T.W
?. I-, , 4D 31 5.10
) n ,1(p 45 40 R2I
Alii r ipilli 41 40 !
ri r ii 30 42 4y
r,rr mule 11 M 37S
(, 1 BaplUs JO 67 338
lorn. II mli', !)i llrtrnlt, S.
Unite, Inrt , Aug:. 1 fa'corp;
It II U.
II mte .01 00 I 0 2 0 2 ft M 3
i n 2000400 S 13 3
i. UiiKhcy and Itoui.h; Tears, und
MlnncipnllK, tfil Jlllw.iuk) i", '
ipolls. Auk. 4 Score:
i ills ..10160110 3 J5 10 0
IP . n l( 0 8 a 0 0 0 0 l 13 5
t-Fleltinm .mil Wtltonj Stopluna
nn'l It.ipllN. "'-'! llllllllllllpnlN, 10.
ItnplrlH, Mloh , Aug. 4. Score-
l.ipflB3 0 0 0 0 013 4 222 21 8
, ills ..20112031 0-10 12 3
i i -4 Jones ami Me; Cross und Jle-
Niitlciiuil LciiRiiu t-lninlliif,-.
Won. Lost P. C
i I 53 3ti rw
- 60 SI f.05
i, , 411 32 r.90
51 83 r,i
4t 35 557
n , 41 37 543
u 45 3S 542
iphla 37 MX
v .ik 41 S3 513
i ..ton 27 49 365
2S SS 325
1 21 CO 259
Chicago, 3; Si. I.oulu, S.
n Aug. 4. A choice nusortmpnt
throws ami fumble on the part
nlu cavi- thp Brown their two
hut a hit This kppt he le.vi
Utt hiilf of the ninth. hen t lu
ll thm by h.ird hittlni; Terry
i uh a triple In the tenth, ttcorlnc
i Ins run on a lonir tly to center
iors playtii n perfcr t name In the
m were unable to Uo any battlnv
li.nl a flncrt nail ipllt und hrnl to
i i the fourth, AUomUnce 11,000.
t . ..0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 13 10 7
i. ritiilith, Terry. KIttredge and
KlnMngi r ami Miller.
I oulnllln, 4t (Inrlimntl, a,
ii i( O, Autr 4-Tha Beds loit
in uUh J,ouisvlile by the rally of
i 'li In the eighth limlntr. Kor'
ti . .ifil four tltnes ana (Snilth'S
w miuto iinnBltile the wlnnliiB
I I w a pltthfiH' battle flra'is
u.w the finiurw ot tho came. At-
,tl., ,,0 10020000-303
i 1. ... 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 J 4 10 1
i it Fore-man and Vaughn Cun-
ii and Warner.
Utcrp Ancltlott Unnie.
n.w, Jit.. Autr. i JaoknonviHo, is-,
i'., Jit, Aug. 4.-Koi;kford, J9j St.
JU, Aug. J.-qmney, 13; Ies
ill., Aug. 4.-,pi orla, 10; Lincoln, S
SiiHtlii rp l.viRiip (litmrti
iitleaiw, Aub 4. l''lrt game New
7; NaiihUle, 4. Sevurxl unit
a i 'an, 3; Ntubvilte, G.
I liny M ro lmt (Int.
1 m-oi-IHihi hall iurk ekterday after-
i Jouiiml Mtebull team M-ry ea-
m out i he Kana City ut and Butt
- 1 1 mo rtheltlokl, they being ubl to
l 1 1 one hit oil Porter. Th Journal
t i"' i'ortet In brilliant tnlv, not utt
r i i g phMtet- .igaiim thera. The fet-
ih garni- uo ihe iltMiuw of Hunt
ti. Id for the Journals, h utakiug
i iy pi.tlj latihun. Another feat-
v the- hard luulng of Thlid JUse.
'. i dull hi inaUni, a hit evtry time
i at. Tt-. fulloMlug i the kcor by
- S 10 0 0 10 0 0-7
i' At Holt OOUUU0O0 (i0
, i, Juuinatk, I'oiter and t'lrUh;
City Km. a ad Jlolc alsh aoa
(one) IiUiihI iloil-ey ( lull 1 utrli ,
( - York. Aug 4 In stake cloning
- I for th Mutuinu mtetlntf of tbu
island Joiko Club, with h mm-
it dlie,.(li' ml Buy on Annum 24,
n.iis n umbel of tqtrlfc have lieeu
uui 4Jideu stake, 48, epteailiar
4, aSupphlre ta!.ei. ti, Plying
ii), Xah uke. 53 Iteapej'
lietu-a aiuhe. xi, ioipn ktUKc,
ii .b kiake, 78, Qu i n I'itv ban 11
irtut t:atui haiulliup, lut,
up, .'.'. Partridge stake, 3D;
i 1,1 in ail. 2b. Ooldtn Hod handicap.
i ict liauilUay, 21. Plight make, 31;
, a Udiidliap, St.
'1 rolling M.irn De.nl.
' In d O.. Aug. I.Tbe trotting mure
I , died at the llenllk traik to-
i 'i,iu the effect Of luld lai init here
.i i at 1 1 Holt The uutif w enured by
i iii.-aptak ktablc at Kalliiuoro in
2 i7 la. iih ktaried In tlut race on
Kr laj and Hon thu tlrt no h-ats In
;.1,4 uni ZiSli, but y.as HJitlrawn be
fore th ratp w HMlirA p"heope iti
alue I at II 500 lm
amis nv tir.iAi t.i.
Arlle lllnt IM1t tn ApjiPiif In ltd i ltle
Am nil Niiir l litwifrh
fWcBito, Ati(r. I "ron" toVij'le, nf fht
ea)ti, won a ntitnh fltrht from Artip Kltfti.
of Bt. liOtim, thl tnornlnir by chTmilt. Th
men hl atrangpfl to fleht for 175 n V
nil K per rent r.f the nate peptt1 u '
th rlnir w plt-hed In th rfiwr t - 'n
of Jtmtlcn Cuhnim?hnr yrt1e nti i
.Mouht flreehWooit. tt hn "Bl1I" K l
an e-alttermtth, railed tttne. It . f. h 1
tlmt FWrit h made hid iiu-tpe, no 1, if
wsltlrw for flflMn mlmile, the flfiht ni
pl!re irHPtt to l)ole Theie '
nomerotm rn.lln" belwetn the 2i of m
Pvltfm. atiit It l Mid there a' i
time ttesrlj a riot. The battleRi-mm '
about eighteen mlfc from the city on t
ilrand Trunk rttilnay rter the lltrhi
(t1en to Dojle the mil) ftftftft'd rt fieiiht
train and twMt poei'fWti of it mil Hi
eomhietor n- compi ll ! io let mole tlun
loo of thm rktc hack to rhimgu
lull! Itlirin iUlen'ed.
Brooklyn. X. V., Awr 4-nmn l It T -n
Burn-, who ha plard In IP. .khn for i
lumber of tear pant, hi r 'I1 hl t-n
liM5 notice of r-'leaiie from lite Hrookhn
lub. .mtiK, Anderon ant l'i dnai hiv.
Ixen pla iiiK no ll that Him? has l. n
i (impelled to decoratd the b'mli for gom
lltnliii Alintlirr linrnrtl.
ftenwr, Col.. Ah. 4.Kupetie Talor
who fptently nrohe the world re.oni it.
ogate CTmpoatiltn, haa now made a reiiarrt
of 7W em, minion, In eight hour, on
lltwttypp madilne. tie hatlenge any
oiwrator In the Tnlted Hlattn. Tailor cntt
be rent hed through the Bo(kJ Aloutilaln
The Sihmelntr? defeated the Belmonti'
yesterday at lNixKllion park by core ol
14 to 7. The features n the Bim wiie
riej burn's hoim run and all around pla
ittg of the Schmelc-r.
RIOTING AT SPRING VALLEY, ILL,
Colored MIiu-m Attnrlied nnil Beaten by
IUi.oilthlri.ty ltullnin-. Nnmlier
Spring Valley, 111., Aug. 4. "Location," a
patch of eomo hundred odd company hounen
near No. 3 tihart, Inhabited almost cxtln-
Mvely by negroeo, naa this morning vlcltcd
by a vengeful mob pf 501) white miners from
till clt and gtteit a taate of mob tin
lence I,aat night, near midnight, Ihe col
brcd men held up a white man nainwl
Barney Hole betvfeen this city and ljoca
tlon, (Hid after robbing him of nearly $100
In money, tired three pistol ahota Into lilm
and left him for dead, Hole Is the thlid
man shot at Location In the past few
weeks. When the white miners ot this
city this morning heaid of the outiage,
they assembled on the public square ami
decided to tnatih in a body to tltneiat
Manager OalzeH'a house and demand of
hltn the discharge of oery colored man in
Location. A brass hand was Npcuttd, und
the mob reunited to the general managii's
bouse. He refuted to grant what the white
minets anted They then told him that
as he was not disponed to tint them out of
town they would take the matter up them
selves, nnd with that they marched to
wards No 3 By tho time the mob arrived
at Location, most of the negtocH, having
been notified of the wrath of tho whites,
bad fled to the woods.
The iloters were nil Italian miners. There
has been bad blood between Hum ntid the
negroes oei since the latter wue Impoited
here, and it is asset ted thai they have
been waiting a good excuse to drie them
out Thl-t wus turnlshrd by the shooting
of last night, t'pon tenchlnc the lllae
the metnbets of the mob acted ns ho nuiuv
fiends Men wcie dragged out of their
homes nnd the women pushed about.
Hlapped and otherwise abused. The Ital
ian poured through the village, tiling
guns and benttng tbn negroes tight and
left. As each house was teuched. the tiot
ers Mnnshed the windows, and whole doois
were locked they hiolte them down. The
Interiors were ransacked, tho women In
sulted, and the men diagged forth, ttubhed
and shot That there wet( not !' huge
number of Immediate lat.illtles .vas no
funk of Hie Hotels, as Hies lined every en
leani In their power to Kill tho men out
right. One reason that many escaped was
that the weapons of the rioters were most
ly old rusty guns that had not been used
lor years, and. In addition, tho men were
not skilled In the use of them
0et forty houses were oitupleil by the
colored people, anil In thchc wet, two In
valid men who could not be mm.,).
The liotet-K this evening set vol notice on
llie women and chlldten who had not been
dilven out that thev and the itiMilids would
lie given until lo-moi row io imve tne
town, and that If they wile not gono they
would be shot down In their traiks Con
sequently, the women have been packing
all tlmt is left of their household goods
and fleeing over the hills In all directions
Ijiirgi numbers have st.itted out In the
(Unction of Toluc.i, nnd othcts have taken
refuge at Keatonvlllc
The in lured men, manv of whom are
King at tho point nf death, aio sheltcted in
barns and under tries
FELL FROM A BURNING BALLOON.
Horrible nnd fatal Accident to Two
Aeronaut at .Illi Iimiii, Slloli One
WiiB a Woman.
Ietrolt, Mich.. Aug 4 A special to tho
Trihune from Jackon, Midi, says: Two
aeronauts were fatally Injured In a balloon
acldent, which occurred at Vanderoook's
lake, a resort four miles south of Jackson,
enrly this morning.
The balloon used was one of the largest
of the hot air variety, with double trapeae
bnr About 6 o'clock It was successfully
inflated. Klla Peake. ft tr.tpexr performer,
took the upper bar and Charles Elliott, thf
lower. At the moment the tetiiplng roppv
were east off a gust of win I cauht tin
canvas and careened It to one side and It
The monster shot Into the air some dis
tance, with both of the horrified aeronauts
on the trapeae Then it collapsed and came
clashing down. -MIi-k peake U a larg.
woman and tell heavily, lueaklng both legs,
besides suffering Internal lnjuilcs.
tllllott struck on his shuttldi rs and Is
badly crushed. Ill injuries are aalcl to be
Th spectators dtngged the aeronauts
from the burning balloon nnd i an led them
to thu neatest tent, where, an hour luttr,
surgeons fium the illy attended them, Kl
llott has been In this business seven years.
This Is his first seilous uecldeut. Mi
Peake I it nlec of Professor Hogan, who
lost his life on Campbell's airship in thu
Atlantic oc( au, five jiara ago.
MISS FLAGLERSJICTIM BURIED
At the funeral loloroil Ministers emollient
heirily u to tbu Value of Human
l.fo in Miuhlugtou,
Washington, Aug. 4 The funeral of the
negro boy, Kirie-st Cireen, who was shot
last Friday by Mis Flagler because- he
was taking fiult from a pear tiee in thu
yard, una held to-dai, unci was ununited by
a large throng of coloitd people. Two col
ored proacherr, ltv J. A Taylor and
Walter II, Brooks, delivered brief umaikk
touching on the subject. Both were icin
pciaP, but the oids of tho latter were
sevatal time di owned by the Interruptions
of cm lied hearer. Heferring to the ui.uon
of Ihe corotie-l's July id exonerating Miss
Kluglur, lis said evidently, taking of hu
man life without just cause wo no cilme
In Washington Lift In re was not worth
much ko far a tin cotoi4 race was con
cerned, but Owl would have a reckoning.
The at Hon of Miss Hauler in shooting be-
auci the boy was niui-1 after a pear won
stionglv miiinumi i ted io
The IHv lianltl A llae, pastur of the
Alur M li, eliuuh le ulnre-d), alio re
let reel to tho shooting, kalng: "It seams
to bo the pimllie of e, i lain ladies and
fiintleiiuii to make sport of their skill, and
o put sue. as a pleasant pastime, thu snoot
ing of children "
1'ruiupt rillcf In lik hernial lie, dtzzlOMS,
naua, coniUpdtlon, pain lu lb tide, uiiarna
ted to thotei using Carter' l.tula l.heu: PHl,
The body ot George Ahele. a oung uuU)
who died In fet Loul on August S, was
brought to Kansa City ticiilay for
The funeral of Nell J. Fischer, who diet)
ThutuUy, was held at hi late gome,
No. 17L0 Muntgall aveuue, at 3 otltak ye
tciduy afiernouu. Thu body was taken W
Cub ago lor burial.
William Pltsigerald was loikul up Ut
etening for ilisturbiug the evtutug services
at ibe tlobeit toluioo. He will discus
the mutier with Police Judge Joues ihl
The first nf a telle til IUutruied lectures
hy Itev J B. Wt'lty, rwietbl' ol the Fourth
Presbyteilau cburob, cofue of TulU mid
Iudlana avnut, to bav Imu dlleid Unt
evening lUi poitpcuud bvcautu of the
MANY LARGE EXCURSIONS,
f lni i itioiNWii isiimm is- u,v.
SA1 t II V Mti:itl)A,
ThPT flintp I rum t.oenllltr .Vrnr ami III.
tant ami spin! the Hit ,.,ilnK the
.MMropoll iitnl nl ihn I'arln.
I fl llttrlng the iiimii.
ttnflii rity hits not for some time n
t runnel mi many visitors as tVere within
i i bnimdnne j-esteMny. Bejtlnntng tut
"' is 711, w-hen (he Santa Fe' parly
n i ing tram steomed into the depot
n Hi twelve ( nr lipnWly htdened with peo
r" from Mchtta and other Isottthrn
k ii is points the wrrhe at the Pnlon
1. pt and on Colon avenue tin 6nt bp
v.. nd Hi, power of dcKpHptloft. Following
ih, H.ui'a F" i amp the Missouri, Kn .
I ms 'p'eial rxulrslon Intlh with nf
'l rs e.f Indian Territory and Texn
v' i' rin n iwo sections of the ltoek
J-' ii I lh' Inner section eomposeel of
iwnr it - at rived within ten minutes
of . i n (.'i,r. filled with visitors. Ppo
I le vw , tuii.iing in the nlIes of the cars
and hi mi the plnttnrms and seemed won
(I. rfulK r'lleved when their destination
was n lust rerte heel,
A p I il from the Clinton brnnch of llto
Memphis, ilso earning several ears of
people rutin Ash (Itove, Mo, came netl
nnd the passengers were soon mixing with
the crowd at the depot. Two excursion
irulns (mm thf Central Branch or tbn
t ntori Put Hie tamp next In order and lent
eveil hundred peuphv to the already
wild confusion on the depot bin t form.
Tht lust of the speUals to arrive weie
ftotn ntes Center and Coffevvllle, Kas
and came In over tho Missouri Pacific,
The two train were scheduled for 12 o'tloclt
but worn forty mlmitx behind time.
The crowd by this time had become quite
larc.e, nnd Was Becking conveyances up
town Hai ks and street Cars were crowd
el b yund their capacity, and as late is
3 o'clock In the afternoon It was next to
Impossible to find seat in either a Ninth
oi ruth street car. Tho crowd was
estimated at 8,000, and was ftf.lj that
hit go. if not larger. Thp hotels and les
taurants were overrun, but managed, with
samo delay, to nccomtnndiito th-lr gucsi
The heat or tho day drnvo most ot tnp
Mtors to the parks, where they enjoied
the tool brieisis and exi client mulc and
other attractions provided bv the park
managers They boated and swam In the
ptettcy lakes with the veriest freedom
until the rain storm came. Then the
muele frantic efforts to tlnd what places ot
shelter were afforded. Many of the visit
ors put In the day riding on tho street
cars, f nloylng the beauty of Kansas City's
many mansions and stately buslnes blocks
us they were whirled by to tho clang ot
the Btrcet ear bells.
At 5 o'clock the first trains began to
wheel out of the depot tow aid home with
their loads of tired and sntlslled ecu .lon
Isls On most of the lines, more cars had
been' aided to the trains and thele vv.es
not near the ( onfuston that prevailed in
the morning. Everybody had A s-cut, an 1
though the hard rain bad thoioiighly
drenched mnn. It had cooled the atmos
phere and made the Journey homo much
pleasanter than the ono to the city had
The last trains left nt 10 o'clock and
were composed of one section of the Mis
souri Piii 111c excursion nnd imrt of the
Clinton branch special of the Memphis.
Whin the ciovvd was the biggest nt
the Pnlon depot, yesterday morning a
Wabash speetnl for Kxclslor fcpriup,
idtriing the Kansas City 1 eneiblea
and a number or Kansas City peo
ple received much nltentlon. The soldier
boss passed thtough the dene ciovvd and
sold manv tickets Just prior to tho de
parture ot the tialn.
HIS INJURY FATAL,
Dentil of (Icnoriil tnpcrliil.'iiili lit " tluii-
lap, of the title ikii. Km Ic M.niil A
l'nclllt, ut Chic igei.
Onpral Superintendent f. Ilunlup, ot
the Chlcugo, Bock Island & Pai lite rail
road, riled at 3 n m yesterday in Chicago,
from injuries liceiud wlilh making the
descent on a water toboggan at a bathing
resort near Jackson paik Chicago, Fri
nay night. Mr. Diinlap with a pirty of
friemls, was enjoying the pleasant sensa
tion of "shooting the shoots," as it ts
called In Chicago, and the car in which
they were tiding had been launched for a
linn ttip, when the cable parted, pieclpl
luting the patty Into tho body of water
below, tt was not thought at first that
Mr. Punlap was seriously injured, but
after sunVring excruciating pain for thirty
six heiiits, be expired Sunday morning
A H Moffer. of this elly. passenger
.igint tor the Rock Island, was In Cbi
tdiin :tt the time Mr. punlap met with the
.u, I, Ii nt that caused his ib uih, hut being
ni-smeil by the attending physician that
nothing m rlous would result from It,
started home Saturday He whs Informed
by telegtam while en route, ot the death
ot Mr Iiiinl.ip, and found on his arrival
lure that tho Inielllgeme had preceded
Prior to Mr Punlap's associating hlmselC
with the Itoi k Inland runt, he was a pas
senger ion lin tot nu the Baltimore & Ohio
iailioa.1 out of Wh iltng W. Va. In 1S.V7,
when the ebb ago Ivansus Ac Nebraska ex
tension of Hit Uui k Island was lompleted,
Mr. lxinhip wis made sup rlnti mlent of
the line with In i Iquarters at Topekn,
Kn Ho wis uterwiitiis made genornl
.superintendent nt the Itoik Island system,
and was ii movel to f'tiiiaho, where he had
resided for (.. vci.il umi He was a prom
inent man m railiuai mutters of all de
s iiiilion, and liis 1 nth will leave a vacnn
,v thai will be lllh d with difficulty. Ho
wan known by a number of people in Knn
as City, and hud many waim friends
among his iiujuaiiitntu ' s here.
Will Not atent With tho "Kni."
Ther, will be no meeting of the Texas
loads to day Iliad ottlcinls of the Hock
l-diud and Smiii Fe yesterday hent tele
gtams to theli pnhfenger rcpiescntntlvos
in Texas stating that thev must hold no
meeting with the ' Kuty" men Klforts
luive been made to hold (onfetencca sev
nal times and the ' Kaly" has refused.
N'ovv Hies1 loads have dm hied to be inde
p n b ut and to make no nio(o (forts to con
eilliute. the "Kaly people (b-ncrul Pas
scngi t Awrlit Ciiiah, ot the "Katy" was
yesterday uoiitled of this deteimlnntlon.
The Rock Island's burning lucre ilng.
The estimated gross earnings of the en.
tire systim of the Chh ago, Bock Island ,t
PiKiln Hntlwuy Company , both east and
weft from the Missouri river, for the
month of Julv, UB5. ate I,I7(I Bit; Inciense
as comi,aril with estimated earning July,
Chicago ami Ohio ilver roads will moot
in Cincinnati to-morrow for the purpose of
levisin tin tr passe uger agreement. Work
on ihe levialon of this agreement has been
veiy slow, despite the fact that govern)
niti'tlni, have bet 11 held.
Beginning to-day. passenger trains on
the Mli-soiiti Kansas & Texas will here
art! 1 tun between Parsons, Kus , and Kan
sas i'it y without change of train crews.
heildleirn' Hciiiiliiii ut I'm -imi, Ban,
Paii-im. Ka.. Aug, 4. (Special ) To
iiioriuw the scilelteis' and sailors' reunion,
ut 1 imp tltwrnian ope ns for a week. Al
tce 1 large number of okl veterans are
on Hie (.round and in camp, and the re
in 'on hfl fair to b one of the largest
ever h'ld in Ihl seHUloti, t'llion services
weie 'ii i.l at the ctiiup to-day, the cr
Bioa b. lug rfB hel by lion IJernurd
Kellv, cx'peiislon agent of Kuha.
Another Outing for roar (Hilldriot.
The 1 hildren of the North ond will en
Joy anothir f n sh air excursion on Tues
day, l'luy will meet at Shelley park nt
ll o'cloi k a m and Manager 1 laai, of the
Helping Haul Institute, will peisonally
have chaige of Hie outlug Miss William,
Mrs Stew ,ri, Mrs. Uhitwhuu and other
will be pre, ut all day. They will spend
the day in Iim he park, Fund 101- this
cause ale badly needed.
tHtHiiMful Iciiiiiir.' lumltute,
Versatile, Mo , .-mg, 4 (Special.) The
most succour til lurgaji county te-acli' r
Institute hell hei for many year clos.i)
Friday evuuu itur being iu ekion 1 ir
thu.! week-- ti, atteiidni duilng tn
stasinu avciait d ' iln J, neatly all or win 111
an re-ilcut-oi he couuty. State Supirin
lellde-m, Kiik iclivnee) nil IllHl uc-llve (id
dre before the institute 011 Thursday.
'I IL HILL UMI.I. II ' .'
'Jy pogiupnimi Cnlon lieiilou.
At a reiiiu meutliiir of Typogmphic tl
l nlon No ho ycalerday tljo follow lug o(-
flieiie wire I. led tur llt eusulug y. ir.
Prrkldeiu, James I Bhodm; vke pi.-l-
dent, W. J VV lilUttlcl
1; iiiiaimnu ituu con-
pundlng ktinlai), H, A. PiateUer: I'
cording seci'lary. W. 31. Ollitinaretl,
trcuAiirer it c Adanu; bergeant-al-aiuis,
J. S. 1 Uqi.is.
ITS POPULARITY GROWING.
H lii":t I lljillie und isil.ir Mtnulid to
I llrminml I'lrk bv li Vlnny l.n
Knnns Cltv people ire catching on to
th summer vau.iiviii m
A wartn evening ti iihlng In trHrntt'
to do-n dellghtrui trip to the country-
rool theater comtoi tabic sta ftifihy
comedy iketoh somi nne sinitinir two of
Ihree elevr RtWbntlc feats. Mil lc vttnm
or a lemonade imnic 1 lever milllcal hoV
titles son)) and rtanci ni ts two hotlfi of
solid tun add rcreiitiin, and fetiirh to
lh city thoroughly looled nit nnd tttlh the
memoiipa 01 11 pipasi 11 (vening.
This is the vauel. vine lien, and It I
Inking Kansas Cltv bv surm, as It han
every laige tlty ot am tmpottiince.
Probably never hs 'timmir vaudevlllp
found a more rfslKthtrul home than in the
beautiful auditorium at Pnlrmmint park,
and this also tMid to make the form of
entertainment Ihe more delightful. Vaude
ville was tried at Kairmount last week as
an experiment, the tilgiicst prlted per
rortmis rrom tho big Eastern theaters
bulhg brought heie at Rrent pxpense for
the eclillcstioit of the amusement lovlhg
This werk It has imssed beyond the
stages of experiment atnl packed houses
every night will undoubtedly testiry to
the full that tt has liecome the Rig-
nlllcnnt and pronouni nl success ot the
summer imusement season,
Thp artists this week, beginning with to
night, are the highest priced In their re
speitiie lints In the world, (lhe1 nre rteuml
fmtn Hopkins' theater in Chicago and
Keith's Madison Snunte theater In New
York, by Sppeclnl arrangements with Col
onel John D Hopkins, ot Chlingo, the
well known theatrical manager, who prom.
Ics that Hi., bill this wiek wilt awaken
even gu afer enthusiasm than did that ut
The bill includes Ihe famous ltlson City
eiumtette, Fontl Bont brothers, with the
Hanlonr, rilginre ami ltnvet, celebrateil
sketch artists; Hmlly Kelso, opl-ratlc
souiano. assisted by tho boy tmor: W. S.
tlllbert, Luropean aerial hoop marvel;
Hugh Kmmctt. In musical novelties and
violin Imitations, and to till In with.
Mi Hie mill Sadie Hale, the mlces of Chief
Hale, of the tile department, In song and
The i omblned price of these artists for
thp week Is ald to be in the neighbor
hood of Jl.noo The Fontl Bonl lu-ottocr
have been seen here with the lliinloiis
and wcie ciilte the feature or the pcr
rormance. One of the best things ever
seen on the local stage Is their slelghbell
dialogue. Hach of the brothers vvenis bells
on the head, legs, arms nnd neck, and
carry on un nnlmnted conversation with
pitch other by means of them, and yet
both plnylne 11 perfect tunc. It Is simply
The Bison City quartette l probablv the
most ruinous In the t'nlted Mates having
sung with success lu some or Moil's great
est plays. Their Imitations are especially
lino and whenever thev me given ate good
ror encores as long us the member will
respond. It Is the highest priced quartette
In America and has tueii scoring a tre
mendous hit In Chicago the past week
rtlgueie and Boyer. i-ketch artist", have
been Willi the most celebrated compinles.
They were the uncial features of the fa
mous Thatcher, Primiose & West minstrel
organization, in lt pnlmv days, anil also
of Dockstader's and Al Field's minstrels.
Pmlly Kolso has never been heard here,
but she Is one of the most pronounced suc
1 1 .-"ses of the summer season at Hopkins'
theater, Chicago. S-!v has a retnatk.ible
Mipiano voice and it -1 emed as if the vat
audience would never tire of her singing.
W. ti. Hubert has nvi 1 been West before.
He hails from Iinop, and his aerial hoop
feat has piodmed a positive sensation In
tiieatrlc.il circles In ihe K.ist. It Is one of
the mot marvelous acrobatic and balancing
feats seen on the spei laity and vaudeville
Hugh Kmmett Is sill to be the greatest
living Imitator on the violin since the time
of Kennedy. He imitates anything and
evetythlng. He alo does other musical
Chief HaleV two nieces, who are the
daughters of Uin Hale of the Jim depart
ment, are 9 and 12 veirs old, respectively,
but said to be marvel- of cleverness. They
have appenred In s 11 c and dance locally
very ottcn nnd nlw n - with great success.
Tiny have Jiiany rrb n is and will undoubt
edly prove gieut di tiling cards.
In spite of the hlch hnracter nf the cn
teitulnmcut, the a inN-Ion pi lee will bo
retained ut 25 (ints In other cities th
price for the same show Is usually from 50
cents to St. 1
Had It not be n for tho rain late yester
day afternoon nnd evening Falrmount park
would nave eilipsed the paik record tor
crowds this summer As it was, there
were nearly, not quite, JOooo people on
the grounds duilng the day Neaily till the
out-of-town exi uisionlsts, and theie were
hundreds of tlnm yesterday toiind the ir
way to Falrmount, atti acted there by the
many .imui mtnts, and the.se helped to
swell tho big crowd of city people on pleas
special train" loaded down to the guards,
commenced running to the park as eailv as
10.30 and 11 o'clock In the morning, some
thing unusual a.s the big crowds do not
usually begin omlng berore 1 or 2 o'clock
In the aftfinoon
Pining the afternoon the Third Regiment
band played delightfully In the pivtlion and
tho Criterion quartette sting on the lawn to
thousands, Cm it's song, "What Youh
G'wlno tor T. 11 Mart, Petah at de Gate"
getting big appl uise.
eVt a little h fore C o'clock Trofessor
Squires and his donkey, Pegasus, made
their balloon cxiurslon to the clouds suc
cessfully Squires' parachute tell away
from him nn ihe start and h" was obliged
to stay with tho balloon and come down
with the donkt v.
The llnweiiks. illuminations and stereop
tlcon views of tlio evening wire nil pont
poncil on air 01111 1 ot the heavy rain.
novniiMiii MOKun.t, noi.vr, iiat.
Be Leaves Kansas 'lu-day to iloln Jill Pnm
tly In New- York.
Topeka, Kni, Aug. 4 (Special) On
Monday night (lovcrnor Morrill will start
on a visit of three weeks' duration in the
Hast His litfat destination Is Limn, O.,
vvhero he will address, an old soldiers' :e
unlon.nnd from there proceed to Charlotte,
N. V., whero Ills' family Is now spending
the summer. The Lima reunion will be
addressed by tho governors of six states.
While tho Mori ill family is supposd to be
simply tiding over the heated term on the
shores of laike Ontario, there Is .1 well
groundeel suspicion that some of the pres
ence of Miss Morrill and n. great deal of
hei thought Is bestowed upon a ccrta.n
nviki r of tin. gowns In New York city,
whose? speialty is bridal trousseaux. The
nuptial or MikS Ur.ica and Mr. Dixon, the
fortunate Kansas City man who will lead
the daughter of Kansas' governor to the
altar, have bun llxed for October S. nt
the family marwlon In Hiawatha, and tn
all probability will be n. deiuhie affair, us
Mr Plxon Is a Catholic, whtli Miss (Iruc-e
Is a. Protestant. The governor good in
tureetly says he ho left the details of the
marilage to the young people, who aie
most lonceined, and he docs not know
Just how the ceremony will he arranged
to meet the requirements of thu religious
views of both.
I'cnsl for Hungry Bohemians,
Henri Murger, the historian of Bohemia,
would have relished the dinner that fol
lowed the unveiling of hU tnotiunniit in
the Luxembourg gardens iu Purls. It
was givin by the real Bohemian of the
Latin filial ter lu piotest agatriot the more
sumptuous nnd pretentious utile ial ban
quet All the budding and starveling
poet, novelists ami phllosophcit, of the
legion made famous to the outer world by
Murger flocked to the latde and show ml
their genutnene by di inking up all the
wine beiiiic ihe Mup was scivid The
unkempt und hungry Bohemians besieged
thu wulteis in the passage and devouietil
the contents of the dishes before they
toulcl reach th table, while those of them
vvhu were pievented by the crowd trotn
getting Into the dlning-iooin f 01 aged on
the churltalile restaurant koepeis of the
PUorabcnd Painter (10 his model) Now
von un it u bit while 1 paint in the
Pci-ant woman (bashfully)- Vh then I
suppose I shtll have to turn around
" For years I had suf
fered from falling of the
womb, inflammation of
tlie stomach, ami
weakness of tho
" 1 Useil l.ytlia
found .1 perfect
euro in it. for
J lltfl ivr !'(
f (irand fctrcet.
Jersev Citv. New
') D '
STORIES OF ANIMALS,
IIB.W.IMl Willi I.MI Mill Wis Bl
I'll I. It, fl (Milt AM) lOltl'lT.
A Pnelllr Ii ilp.vh.irk I be tin I nnd Hub
lilt A Mninge I'nlr of 1VI Vul
tures nnd 11 IWnil t lg( r
A Whale's squinting.
".low' Jose' the whole net moves!"
Tho speaker was the foreman nf the seln.
Ing company, and with the Pottagnrse had
pulled out to hull In the big npt Hint had
stretched aeiijen H jtnion of theintraiuc
to the hat isn or Monterey. Thry ha I
found the rift half a mile from th. spot
where thev had left It the night previous.
and (iiphosid It hud drifted, but the mo
tnent the men laid hold nt the stilie tt te -prim
my ste Hourly tn move away, lowing
the two heavy bonis, While the swirling
or the Water was suggestive ot some tX
tlaordlnnrv creature bilow.
The head llshi rman gave orders 10 haul
In, and slowly the folds of thp great net
enme to thp sill race and were colled in the
bnttt, like sone sea monster. As the net
came In ihe commotion Inct cased, nnd
nnallv ah rnoininu tall "hot Into tnr air
nnd iitnc down with n (tash that would
have desttoyi'd the Iwats had thev bee 11
under It. The owner or the tall was not a
Whale, but a gigantic shntk. nnd now, on
lielng dlstutbeel, It dived, diagglng the Prl
put of the Ikiiu and marly tinstttltig the
littler, then, falling tti fipe Itself, tho mon
stir rolled ovei and ovr, Hini'liltiK tba
sill tace Into fom with Its powerful tall,
so that the boats drew off out or riaih.
rtnnllv the tnptlve bPeaine quiet ngaln,
coming to the sulfate and then the daring
or these Itshrrmm was exhlblled Running
the bout up near Its head, one or the men,
IhiiK hook In hand, leaned upon the back
nf (He giant ilsh. and fni n moment lu Id
bis position, li aping Into the boat again
us It plunged hack. This was letmitnl
severil times, nnd nine two or the rei Ides
flshcimen sat astride the entangled Ilsh to
be tossed Into the Watei. The only thing
to do was to tow the bilge etenture In, so
the boats weie made fast In line and Hip
net and Its contents Blnwlv lowed lu shore.
When ilose In, another bonl mini out,
having a haiponn This was thrown Into
the fish, which again began Its plunges
lolling over and over, riilving the Poitu
gueso Into it rrenry bv the manner lu which
Ihelr net was being dostioycd. But finally
the big fish was kill"d. and nrter liuon
ceivable labor Unwound from the net and
dragged iiKin the bench, where at low
Help It was exposed to the wonder and
amitremeiit of the obsetvers
11 was the laigpst "Itatk ever teen high
nnd dry, nieastttlng nearly forty feet In
length and weighing many tons it was
what Is known as 11 bone shark, n huge,
helpless denture, without the teetli, that
makes the man-inlti' fenicd llxchmigc.
A strange Pilr ot 1'ets.
There Is n vouns lady In this city whose
father Is h wenlthv hotelk-eper, and from
whom she Inhetits a love for cats nnd
dogs In he 1 . home lu West Philadelphia
theie are fully twenty eat", and Just as
great a variety of dogs. One of tho strang
est sluing in We-t Philadelphia on n pleas
ant afternoon Is to see the young lady Ui
question take her favorite pets out for an
ailing The pair lonslsts nf a thorough
bred bulldog 1111 1 a genuine Maltese cat.
I'sually they are chained gether, and it
Is 11 beautiful sleht to see the tender solic
itude with which the big dog watches over
the safetv of Its little companion. If a
strange dog should happen along nnd make
a dash at juss she doesn't seem 10 have
the least lor She runs beneath the big
bulldog, an 1 mstend of niching her hick
utter the fashion of the rellne rac". purs
softly and contentedly The stianee dog
never inres to corns too near. Philadel
Vtilturi und n Dnul Tiger.
Tho vulture Is seen nt its best when a
dead tig, r brought into camp to be
skinned, is ixpnsrd in the open. Ovei
head is a cloudless sltj, and not a bird
to be se, n In that great void bv the hu
man eve. The tiger's body is thrown
from the pad to the giound, and beroie
the skin has been removed there, above
one, and nlvvavs nearing the earth are
the vtilturi s, i li line posing like things ot
nli , now 11 dozen or them, In a few minutes
n seoie 01 two, and then n hundred stioug
Then, w'hrn the llnyed carcass or tho tiger
Is left by those who skinned II the vul
tures disc end. down they come like feath
ered thundei 'out of the juiy , and trotn
east and west nnd north nnd south The
verv emboliment of povvet while thev
whirlel Hloft and in their ijub k descent
to tin earth, and now, us thev waddle
around that carrion beast, misshapen
ghouls, vvlioe only nppaieut stiength is
that of the raienlu? Jaw- which tear and
gorge the tiger's flesh, until within the
hour nought of that splendid biuto re
mains but a elean-plc kei skeleton Sir
n. Biuddcn's "Thirty Years ot Shikar."
A Mure'- Passion fur sni-ar.
II. IT Thompson, a sugar planter, living
near Vermillion. L.u, owns a mare, Bar
nettn, that might, in 11 different locality,
prove a very expensive bit or property
Bnrnetin was born and has been lalsed
upon a, cane plantation, und constant inter
course with the oai eliurine commodity has
developed iu her a sweet tooth, which noth
ing but ,1 most geneious supply or sugar
seems to .itlfy Jn r.n t, sho refiii-es to
eat until her food has been properly sweet
ened, not bss than two pounds of stigir
being stirred Into her hi an at every meal
and a quart of molasses must be added to
each bucket of water before It satlsllcs her
fastidious taste Fortunate ly, sugar is
plentirul and the mare a valuable one, so
Thompson cheerfully humors, her whim In
this matter. Uxchange.
A W ll ill 's spouting.
The whale does not discharge water, but
only Its breath. This, however, In rushing
up Into the iir, hot riom tho animal's body,
has the moisture condensed to form a sort
or rain, nn'l the colder the uir, Just as in
the case ot our own hieath, the more
marked the lesuit. When tho spout Is
made with the blowhole clear above the
suitacc or the water, it appears like a sud
den Jet of steam from a boiler. When ef
fected, ns it rometlmes Is, before the blow
hole reaches the suiface, a low fountain as
from a street lire plug Is formed, nnd when
the hole Is (lose to the suiface at the
mumint a little.- watei Is sent up with tho
tall Jet of st.am The cloud blown up
does not disappear at once, but hangs a
little while, ami Is often seen to diift a
shon distance with the wind Pittsburg
I'irull.irltli s of Ferrets.
Ferrets are usually rather shv nnd some
times are very cross and bad tempered
If they tike a fancy to persons, they are
like gqulirels, and can be eurcssed and
made much of, and enjoy It very greatly
Ferrets were originally brought fiom Kn
ghtnd. They nro ot great value to cli ir
premises of rats. When not hunting, the
ferrets should be kept In a dty box with
the top orf, tho depth to be about three
frp-t the iKittotn Hiked In with sawdust or
earth. The tut Is the natuiul piey of the
ferret and also their favorite food. When
there are no more rats, law moat is the
best thing to feed, although broad and
milk 01 liny other food, with the exception
of suit meat, can be glim Hum, together
with milk and water, the line ns to cits
At first tin ferret should he handled by the
tall or back of the neck, tin latter being
the preferred way, A strange fciret should
ni'Ve-i In handled fiom the front, as he
may bite New York Lcdbei.
A Horse .Mind Kinder.
"Horses ale almost as supist!tlous as
men, but. unlike men. they cut bo reasoned
with and made broad minded, liberal, ftec
thinking philosophers The hoise Is the
noblest animal tint walks tho eaith. He
has most of the good traits ot Hie human
iaip with some ot the bad ones " It was
Profetsoi Builholomcw who spoke tn this
exalted strain about the hore.
"When 1 was a youth I was a cowboy,
and one of the rough ildsrs of the West
Like othcit cowboys, I delighted In a buck
Ing bronco, but I soon learned that the
wildest lioi-e can be tarn d in an hour so
that he will follow his rtder about and lei
himself Is-' ridden vvlthuut a struggle. I
have lamed bundled nf hoise tresh from
the pralile. and never railed to make a
complete conquest lu a short time I tittit
horse as Intelligent beings, and after
a manner ask tin m ir they can do things
Often they rfuo, and again they say, as
plainly a If they used winds. "Why, yes,
1 1 an do tliat ' and ihey do It
"1 (lain iny horse in classes. I take a
delicti ami abk each one to do a lertulu
thing Son) uiH stun blindly, vvhiln oth
1 nt will step up briskly and say, 'Yes, I
can dei that Then 1 ask them tu do sonic
thing else and then those who vvero quick
est at tlist will halt, while tlio.se vvhomado
no i espouse be fore uie anxious to eki tho
thing;. Thu 1 soon learn tl.ei c las of work
each I especially tltted for and develop
them along thiir special lines in this
way they ure Just like men. Now, I have
tried numeioii ways to make a living out.
side ot hoise, but nlvray fall und drift
buc k to my hobby.
"Home are Hko men In the amount of
oouragi they can mustor up If 1 want a
hoise to do extia long Jumps, I tuicct n
1 mature that is lluejy built and has all
tho plijahut qualities, but perhaps he I
a coward and uftuld to leap. Home little
hult ileveloped creature ossessecl of u
dare-devil spirit may outdo him in every
ihe )! ami Hiti lC11Ut.lt.
"I once saw a rabbit hop out ot the
brush near my shingle shanty In the
wood Just at dusk ami begin to nibble al
some buils. Ou u hemlock bough Just over
tho rabbit sat a big honied owl that took
a step 01 two along the limb the moment
the rabbit came iu tight. The rabbit be
came alflritved and darted Into the bruh,
and the owl adjusted its wing ntwi lonk'rt
dhmtibqlntM In a moment the ribb t
skipped nut srsln and !h owl let l'""
dt-np iiol-flrfsll and 1 aught the rabbit.
Then thp on I fiew Into the tre with tr
rabbit, nnd all nf a Midden a wildcat that
I hadn't pen before run tip He trunk.
p the owl a ctitt nnd krockfsl II out or
th trcp, nrirntirK down upon it and tak
ItHJ thp rabbit nwsv The owl ailed pfi
through th woods, an.1 1 clubbed llti wifd
cnt 10 dmth while it was irutichlnff tht
tnbblt Irenes '-Npw ,iork Trlbnns.
DltAtlltBt) ID DBA fit.
How t Ununited sP,i l.bm Was Avenged
t poll Ills nllullt.
From the Sai Frniulsin Chronicle.
Wednestnv last c F Monroe, of Fresno,
who hns bien hunting III the mountains
north of thl elty tot several weeks, met
with a tatlllng adventure nnd one which
;tnp lienr niuving fatal As It was he lost
A line n Idle horse and saddle
Monroe hail been camping In Ihe led
woods near l'al, and In riding nlong the
beach some miles south of Bear harltor he
discovered a group or ea lions sunning
thumselies 011 the sind He determined 10
kill on, and riding Into the woods, he
made a clrdo and rnin upon Hum un
awares He dismounted rrom his liorp,
and. Inking a rest across the aildlp. tired
at ohe ot the largest or tho sea linns He
wounded the nntmiil sevprely, but that did
not prevent It from itttempilng to reneh
Mohioc, ninone his other Huoinpllsh
menls, is nn expert with the lasso He
Imrt tally sprung upon his horse, and, tin.
winding his plrkct rope from the pommel
ot his saddle, he made a nooc mid threw
If over the linn's head mid behind one of
Its Hipper" Notwithstanding his wounds
the lion exprrh'tued no dllllculty In pulling
thp horse and lider mean ward.
When Motitoe realised thit It was Impos
sible to prevent the lion from reaching the
WHlcr, he loosened the tope from the pom
mel ot the saddle In his hurty to thttiw
the noose he had tu glee ted Io release the
lope from the hotse's neck mid thu pow
erful seal steadily drugged the horse Into
the break' r In his ettorts to resetie M
horso Monroe was dtnwn Into the brenkes
and, redlining the Impossibility ot saving
the nnlmal. he spuing from the horse's
buck und after lonslderablc dlllleultv sue.
leede'd In leaching shore On the follow ing
elav the body of the horse drifted ashore
about a mile above the scene of Ihe ud
venture. The tope had beefi broken. Tho
body of the sea lion was not found.
COO!, l.Y 1.1(1111 i:t) Bis, ('K.Alt.
A cu Captain's Ait Which frobibly s,i,C
the 1, 1tn of Ills Passe tiger.
Fiom the London Tld-Blta
A good storv is told of a sea ciplnln who
died not long ago and who was formerly
In 1 omniitnd of 1 ship In which passengers
weie curried trotn London to Lisbon On
one occnslon the ship caught lire and the
passengers and ctew were compelled to
take huirledly to the bouts The captain
icmnlned perfectly cool throughout nil
the confusion and fright of the debark
ation and at last everyone except him
self was got s.Helv Into t lie? boats. By the
time he whs teiidy to follow, the passen
gers were almost wild with fear and ex
citement Instead or hurrying down the
l.iddc 1 the captain called out to the sailors
to hold on 11 minute, nnd taking a cigar
from his pocket, eoollv lighted It with a
bit of burning rope which had fallen fiom
the rigging at Ills feet. 'J hen lie descended
with deliberation and gave the order to
"How could you stop to light n cigar nt
such a moment?" he was asked after
vvaui, when some of the passengers wcie
talking over their escape
"Hi cause," he nnswered. "I saw that If
1 did not do something to dlvett thp minds
of those In the bout there was likely to
be a panic, und, ovcreiowdcd us It was,
theie was danger of the boat being upset.
Tin act took but a moment, but It attract
ed the attention of everybody. I was not
nearly so unconcerned ns 1 seemed to be,
but was in reality In a fevei of excite
ment. Mv little plan succeeded. 1 ou nil
forgot voiu selves because you were think
ing about my curious behavior, anil we
got ort safely."
MIXCl) lUllMCre IN PAllI".
America's ltirmom Cult Milking Progress
lit rite I'renib vii tropnlls.
Paris letter to Philadelphia Press.
In Puis the vogin of the American Mr
for ladles as for men Is the astounding lea
tute of the hour The cult of the mixed
drink, whlih live years ago had sciuccly
an existence but for tourists, has sprung up
ts by magic And, to have 1111 Idea how
tho mixed drink hns penetrated even Into
the family lire, the weekly magarlnes of
cookery so popuku in Purls, are giving in
the present summer season whole pages
to the composition of the cocktail. Boston
lllp, mint Julcp.shtriy gobkr (sic?) and many
mother conipo-dtlon never met with by the
present wrltei In his nntlve land the leave-It-to-me.the
locomotive, thunder, mothei's
milk, the Bombay cocktail, the bosom cat -c-set,
the chest protectoi and the whisky
daisy, some of which, it must be feared,
have taken their rise In Hnglind, like the
neqio mlnlsiiel of Brighton Beach
I tiled a Boomhay coehiall at the Palais
Sport and till- ! how the Gprman bar
kiepe'r (who call himself Alsatian) made
It Jle ihrew .some shaved ice Into an
aluminium mixer, dashed In three drops of
bitters, a liquor glass of cuiacoa, a. small
te.ihpoonfnl ot sviup, a glass of cognac
and a squeeze o lemon lie shook It up
and poured It out. 1 paid him 20 cents und
duink It. I would rather have the JO cents.
Washington. Aug. 4 The following pen
sions have been granteel:
Original Stephen W. S.ittcrfleld, Av.x,
Douglas, Filian Love, Kansas City, Jack
son, James c; Brown, Jefferson city, Cole;
Isaac Buinett tdeccased), Camden, Buy;
William Nunick, Coal Henry;.
Additional James K. Polk, Warrens
Renewal William A. Thompson, Iberia,
Keivewnl and incrensc Oliver Coats.Polk,
Polk; Jacob Leupp, St. Louis, St. Louis.
Inn-ease Anthony C. Thompson, Papins
ville, Bates, Benjamin Codd, St. Louis, bt.
Reissue James N. Pivlne, Pilgrim, Dade;
Christian Wettcngc-I, Jackson, Cape
i.lrardeuu: Monioe Reading, Marshall, Sa
line, John P Julfiies, Toionto, Camden;
lephthu Mm tin, Cartilage, Jasper, August
Knamal Laneastir, Schuylei, Brastus C.
hlawson, Silcin, Iieni; Rumsey O D ivls,
Mount Veiuon Livvrcnie; .la. oh Speck. St.
Louis, Si. Louis, Kdmunci .v jessup. lino
eitsville, Franklin. James W. Bayer. Ne
vada, Vermin, Josiuh II Llllott, Vera
Cm, Douglas: John SaiiBbman, Bolckow,
Andievv, i'loid Sny.iei, Halt Wnv. Polk;
Almon II Trask, Humphrey, Sullivan;
Henry Florence. Louisiana, Pike; Isu.io N.
Harris, Rock Port, Atchison; hinford N.
Rice, Campbell, Dunklin; John J. .letters',
iVnterville, Jasper, .Maihevv llarmer.Cdge
ton. Plant, Henry Wii ke, St. Louis, St.
Louis, Isaac It. Wilson. New Boston, Linn;
James, fair, Catena. Stone,
Original, widows, etc. Laura Burnett,
oilgluul 1 elfsuc Margaret B. Bradley,
Ironion, Iron ,
Survivors Indian wars Uriah Wood,
Widows Indian wars Mary Ilrennan.
Original Charles i: Bumford, St. Johns,
Stafford. John Sanderson, Burllugamt,
Osage, (leorgc W Lawrence. Thayer, Neo
siio, fiiorge W. Skinner. Hckridge, Wa
baunsee, John T Ftazler, Pleasonlon,
Linn, Ildwln H Fulgcr, National Soldiers'
Restoration and reissue Stew ait T,
Illalt (deeeasfd) Wcldu, Anderson
Increase Thomas Crawford, National
Soldlets' home, Leavenworth
Belssue Fran' ts M Porter, Wbhita,
Seli,vvlck; l'lfderblv Fox, lluleua, Chero
kee, John W Katniga, Hub lilusnn, lleno,
Albert W Itlohurds, Aiuidla. Crawfuid,
W llliam W. Spiers. Chase, Itlci , Milton
Bun Is, Ptnulosa, Kingman; Jesse M. Brn.
sou, llurllngton, Coifey; Chester P Lowe,
Wichita. S.dgwlck, Richard Jaiksou,
Wichita. Sedgwick, Oeorge A. McNeill,
Willis, Brown! Huivcy Caldwell, Topeka,
Shaw net , Salnuel S. Carson Burllngiime,
Osage. Joseph C Wagoner, (lalenu, Cheio.
kee, tleoigc ,M. Coopei, Baldwin, Douglas;
(Si-orge W Bevtr, Cllrard. Ciavvfoid,
Chailt-s 11. Bppluger, Caldwell, Sumner;
William U Watson, Augusta, Bullet ; John
Bolton, Manhattan, Riley , Samuel Dorun,
Clyde, Cloud; John S Longneckcr, King,
Reissue und Increase Abiaham Van
Winkle, Wichita, Sedgwick.
Original, widows, etc Buitnra B. Illatt.
Weldna, Anderson, minors of Joseph Mc
Avoy, Juka. Pratt.
Bolssue William ll, Lldridge. C.rand
Valley, Beaver, Abiuham Deeds, Hnld,
"O": Saul H. Hurdlng, Perkins. layne;
Thomas B-ibb, (mtliile. Logan; Jsauu H.
Stllvvc'll, Waynoka, Woods
INDI .V TBIUIITOKV.
Relssue-tieurge ; Prince, Duncan,
I'itrie Chile. Arrestitl.
Sedalla. Mo .Aug, -(Special ) Pierce
Chiles, ihe well known second baseman,
who has play eil with the Nevada, Coffey,
ville and Cairo. Ill, teams, wus uuested
heie this morning, charged with ubsault
ou the 15- cur-old daughter of a promi
nent cltUen of Coifey vllle. Chiles lay ho
can prove his Innocence
A VETERANS STORY,
Oen Cut I in 1'i'uiM's Muiiyon lor
Jf Is (.rent Work.
Ills ItMlnrntlnn to Health Due to Ihe Won.
ilerfnl I.HI In Migir Pellets.
Osnerit A It. Cnltln. formerly d'puij',
stirvelor of the pott of New York, 1 a vet
eran of the army nhd a well known Iteptib
llcan politic Ian.
"I have been troubled with catarrh for
manv venr." said General Callln "I dot
tot.d for It a gtent dpftl. but did not obtiln
snv material relief, art'l thli winter my
.ondltlon was tstrlble I took cold ensllv,
and my nop bPcnnip stopped up. I hud sc.
veie.pilns n-ross thp front of my heal,
my eyes became watery, t sneezed 1 great;
deal and my bone and Joints ached con
tinually, W hpn I got up In the tnornin?
my throat vvns filled with .t niistv slime,
vvhhh dropped there during Ihe night t
had to hawk a great deal, nnd this made mn
gag and often vomit There whs a miring
or bti7zlng sound in my ears, and my breath
wss very olTeniHvp J lost mv appetite,
Ian down In weight, and became dipi'ssnl
"I tried thoroughly pveral of the b!t
pliystt Inns, o-calleil, In New York, took
patent nostrums of all descriptions but
grew worse all the time.
"Finally, 1 begun Munyon's Caliirh Item,
oillcs. t thought tt was no use, und hid but
llttlp filth, but I begun to Improve right
away My dlsene tupldly yielded to tho
remedy, and I underwent n change that
vv,i.s wonderful Within n short time t was
finitely cured, the IhsI trace of the hide
ous dltetise hint vanished, und tn.dav my
mends nto marveling ut ihe great ihingn
In ni". It Is a wonderful relief to ft" I
sttong and healthy agiiln. nnd It gives mo
greit plenurr to testify that my restora
tion to health Is due to Munyons Catatrh
Munyon's llomenpithlc Remedy Compa
nv, of Phllidelphln, put up a cine foi cveiy
dpease. No mslter what the disease Is or
how many doitois have failed to chip you,
ask vour druggist for a 25 cent vial of onu
ot Munyon's cures, and It you nre not bone.
Ilted youi money will be refunded
Thoe who me in doubt ns to the mituro
of their illease should address Piofcsar
Munyon 1 5'V Arch street. Philadelphia, giv
ing full symptoms of tlndt dlease Piorcs
sor Munyon will carefully dincnop the casu
and give you the betiollt ot ills advice nb
soln'ely free of all 1 bulge The Remedied
will be sent to any address on receipt of
PIIIMN IN 'lilt: PLAN lb.
Care Neiessary lu lliuulllng (Vrlalii f lowi rs
I'n qiieutlv .Viet With.
From the New- Yotlt Sun
Ono thing Unit tho wise ninn does not
do when on his summer vacation lb to
handle Indiscriminately wild plants nnd
ilowcts which he muy find lu his wood
land wanderings For the botanist,
and to tho average coiinttymun, certain
plants hang out their own danger sig
nals, but the nveiHgc city man on hl
vacation doesn't itrngnl::e these signal
until ho hns learned by bitter exirlenco
that soft nnd firzy tufts of vegetation
may bo ns uncomfortable to handle ni
red-hot stove lids, nnd that the most
velvety of gtcen things is the one vvhlclt
blteth like n. serpent and stltiKoth Ilka
This year has been remmkably pio
llilc of cases of plant poisoning; In this)
neighborhood, und ovoty country iltitg;
stote hits done a big business in coollns
lotlon. Pel hups It is because wild vege
tation has gioun mine freely thli yeac"
than in most suiiimeis, fo-itored by tha
cuily summer vvaimth and sunshine, or
pel haps the condition of the soil has
been hiich as to infuse In the plants a,
peetiliaily poisonous quality That is
ono of tho things that sclentille men aiei
unable to say, just as they fall to tell
why one muu cun handle- poison Ivy
with impunity, while another, o his
own family, biought up under similar
conditions, will suifer a bitter penalty
tor merely passing near it. One of theso
plants, which show great luxuriance this
yeai, Is the poison sumach, whoso sclen
tille name is lhua venenata. Countiy
boys know It as swamp dogwood, poison
dog, poison elder ami swamp sutnuqh,
while In ono locality In Pennsylvania IC
Is known 11s "Jones' cuss," ptobablyj
from some local legend. It Is found In
swampy icglons all over tho United.
States;, and In this state it is thick vvhero
tho valley stt earns spiead into swampi
nnd matshes. In appearance it Is much
like the oidlnaiy red sumach, the "shoo
niake." of the farmer, except that Ita
tufts tne pale yellow Instead of red Ita
berries, too, otegteenlsh yellow, but tho
tawny tufts foim the most conspicuous
Blindages soaked In lead water at a
the tegular lomody of the fanner's vvifo
for swamp sumach, or poison Ivy, poison
ing. In veiy scvete cusps salt purga
tives are given to clear out the svstem.
Poison ivy is by no means so virulent
ns the sumach, nor is it so likely to bo
handled, as It glows, lower than tho
sumach, clambering along the ground op
climbing; on fences or walls. Some pet
sons nre so susceptible to it that walk
ing near a bod of It will afl'ect them,
sevciely. Its bllsteis Itch much as do
mosquito bites, while tljo swamp sumach.
tun ns llko lire. Theie me many varie
ties? nf poison ivy, but In this reginn to
Is a safe rule to avoid light green three
leaved ivlps, nnd a s.Uor ono to shun
tliiee-leuved Ivy ot nnv color The ef
fects of the Ivy usually pass away In
two or three days, except In cases ot
gieat susceptibility Some peisons can
handle the Ivy with impunity and It U
said that Indians suffer nn consequence.!
fiom contact with it This ivv, which isi
also 11 foim of suiimch, Is called In snnio
icglniis poison oak A nuinbei of ehil
dirn In a charitable Institute near'
Tairytown ate a iii.iiitity of poison 0.1K
root hist summer, thinking it was sweet
flag, nnd bnfnio tnedlcnl aid could bo se
emed llvo of them weie iliud
Least poisonous of the poison plnntl
hereabouts Is llu slinging nettle It li
II velvoty gieen plant, with btu.id leaves,
ptnjoctlng from a stalk about two feet
III height The leaf Is Hind with sninll
spines, which are the things tn avoid.
Its sting Is much like that of tho ordi
nary bumble bee und nut us sevem as a,
lint net's: sting. Still, It is HUlllclent to
cauao a few moments' unpleasantness.
A Ittill Noil By.
The theaiiliiil manager looked serious
"We must do homelhlng to create a serv.
satiou," he suit!.
"But what''" asked the tteasurer
"I don't know, but we iniisi do some
thing, vve id 11s. t startle Ihe people In mmn
way vve must show our originality "
"Why not Intioduce it bloomer dance as
a speii laity 1" lulted tho trcasurei "Bloom
era and the now woman tire till are ruga
"Won't do." replied the manager
"Too old. They had one down at la( k
son park only a short whllu nnu and 1;
took all the novelty olf."
"Well, we might try a bloomer wci.
ding," suggested the tiensurcr "That
ought to catch on In good shape."
"Chestnut m,aln They have ulready hint
such 11 widdlng In icat life in Australia"
The tiiasmor wus pulled, but he mu !
one more attempt.
"Bloomer lu a banquet ball would r, ,j
decidedly odd." he suggested. "Can 1 cv t
Intioduce such u scene us that mo tro
The manager shook hi head
"Homo New Yoik soiluty people gJW
bloonur dlnmi only a Utile while aho,' I1.1
"Then I give It up," said Hie tieasurer.
"There Is nothing I 1.111 think of vve carl
do. unU-ss-uuIes , By fieoue! I believa
that's Just tho thing."
"What'1 nuked thu inanciger
"You want koinc-thlng ttiut will he tha
talk of tin town, I kuppok. ,Pa
"Something 1 xtiuiii linai v ui,u.i,ul n,
nrt.'Cdeiited. that will umi, a ,al 111
lasting keiisatloii"' ' "v
"Tlial's it "
"Then I have it 'I Ik- taut,! r, ,iir-t .
with iipresentatlejn t ttiugi thai 11, J
......n ... . . ."...veuiiiM III 111 UUrf of l
biuprlse, the veil unnmu, utVnl 11 i
are confionted with 0 i ii,!, ' y
"Vc What lli.iir- ""'
"Why, dre tbo ih.,n, i ,kiit,
"Just the thing- ri'V ll! d l,ch ,
nunaecr.-Chlcauo Po.i k"