Newspaper Page Text
: wmi mim '"il'j1 wtu w ,mimimmmmmy
' " 'WW'JH wwp!pi ' mfrws)f vt
rp-T" " 'a-. .feeS
t '.IBIiiil 4at4TMl .: Jw rJTf
1'ITK KANSAS CITY JOUltNAL, FRIDAY, AUGUST 0, 180,1
GEORGE MILLER'S FAST RAGE
ID- tin: urn vi:u 'tin: iit'toiitt
run till: nt.u u.
llh Hutu W i 11 Hrm nimble line m x Half
Mill rrifl tlnl) livi 1'iUfltllis
Wrm-itiRtng, It net-all mid
The txlTtl ! nut lay up liny great
.i Hi nf m n nt lln Ksposltton park
i i- t1erlA. niitr two f-irnrtieA woti
!, IHe HflHf, the Other three gnlhK
i -erc-r ' i tl 'hi cholee nliil an
I'm I i 'i nmnv delays Ihttt
w i I'lirMnn on Account
I I -inlft fftt-ottt Prtitt
'i ihe Hp-1 miip at $ to 1,
I) t ' rue nt even money.
i mirk thin frurnrp of the
i- ih- nnii rfttl revel-Mil
c I i ilM.ru- Miller On
' i I i ' In nt nn ordlhaiy
i i l f fur i-tigs, nimMfig
i 'l hn. while yps,tot-da
nn ft tti a si-wl field nt n
.it -i dis'ntioe In t (24.
i ! - i he world's record for
i. ni.i i lmlf itdl-i true k
Mir .'mid not n i n Hit It hit It Wrd-m---
w I ili ytru in- wrt a. Jllnk.
Jwlgea hil n hit 1 tun epttlln the
Mi i- UCIloim h1rh uror Tit in- tie
i n. In the ohoiiiI rrn i'm-
'ic ply on t,af tTinn i- it i
f u 'i thm ht1 liM tti un t Him'
Vo h-'l him tt-iilk nn i .wi t
lit- Mind 1111111 !! ' ir 'li
I .ul worn off whfn IhP I ot ti
iMih tn bo to th p-it.! I ii-t (tun. r
h no tvil Ami ttit tiever n tlmnnw
U -i r in I ho. raoo.
In fourth At otic- mtl th't-p .
n i i- titt.J tlrfiiottw dilw ' ' I"
It it hreakWf. , Ge.irm- v! I' - (.n
( r t i- follpv'tor and itfi r il 'I - F - i -
n t- nrry half a Jni I- rnr " - -
' I tl nt It tnj no ' ir' th i k f -it
' u itoni (town b mxltli ' i "'t
n - kitl while a! " - iot an 1-1 c
i . o thn' be i i I nt nm u 1 -
i xih i i
r . irh'ffi
i ' 1M1
l Pun I
I V . 1 le i i
i 1 i m
I 1 Hi l".
I in V
' . ipen
I! Ill gO
v-i It is HI
i all (wis off '
: I r i-j ?1 fn
VI -r .. he-
-. p J
t "- o-t -,
ti 1- t
-r. e. ii
r - -i s
0 - -
- J' -v..
i- him ann ' -
i trlot o that tlm,
r w bolt. fk-ore
tiort, hnt he ran
i br nktvivorK tht
l i i hmN lo win
- "-i" p-tjrtli-r? nn I
c n? viff in front
rt-v ord breAkirt-r
1 -an nd to
- - it pac anJ trool I
' - fatr than h
iTl'is Ay back
. i !! p'ajfd eo-
' i th rtrt tat
.. s i th wAr- Tht
A vv .io Courtp,
i paft of iohn-
' c r rint lo th
-- ntii John R.
. . - trlrlnff rao to
n -ilns by a nk
" ' 1 rac r-i th' 2 iwir-olils, far
r ' ' i rr xf't'n nict, Pluir, tl"p
' lnnmr n fine ty ty half
i -..Hi Kann Hunt which ran a
- i' j jwoJ ra thrnuch th trlrh
i ""j race ttsti'ir. th Tsa sprinter.
n - ih faorll'- nl heavily plajrel
r rnom-y a'ld Fhortr odd", hut. aftr
- til tlrff-a. h WAS iut nlpprd out
h i r-r-t-t -nihl-rh rime Kttn a Rreat burit
t ' ' n thr ,it tnrlone and i ad-
r - ' nltten by MrT.ntvr- Ptimmari"-
) -ufij,x itnn-r J H Xail'a ln
0 In, SE'-'J unknow-i. lot fMrln
tMi " to , v.on: Arthur Davin, mT (John-
i ."il, fK-o-id. M riakPf. 107 fBrad
v ' "' tn 1, third Time 1 19 John C.,
Tl -jyu-ad Iiimbrl, Wedirpfleld, Ullly
T i - nn I ItiiFkPlI also ran,
. . i 1 tac Fic furlon-ts Walnut Hill
fUk 1 inn's Jo Cotntni'y, oh h., ai-d, by
.1 1 !loikr 17 t.fohnon). 3 to T won;
J R ir7 J Jlnviti), S to 1 sierond, Ion
- ' Ki7 (Morrlnni, to 1. thltd Tlmo,
1 ' NTlIno ttm Ion, iviln DiiriUn
I- .id, I,nt fliancc and Holle Stout
a.-ii i in
ah'rl rici rip furlontss Q-ypar-old?
1 - itili'n 1'luir b it I'lclno Delusion.
i tM lntvn'i, -tin won; tAinnti Iltint,
1 ' l ' win i to 1 rfond, Hawthorne
1 - iTtfllT) f, to 1 third. Time, T ntC
I Mm r Autln. MHdPlro. Kine Ha7l
T 1 uorlta and Julia O. 8lo ran
i ii rH.c Oih- iiiIIp "V. 1.. tUanetV-lil'
f i. Milter. Ii. ar, R, I.orttn llminu, 102
t -i 5 ml, ttdn,' Paiilfttf. i (Morrl-
f ' i 1, hCkOUd, Collpr-tor 11 (Ilrirn,
lnnl Time t 12' TmpprinK, Kf
t r i I Hr-xwi Dirk ili-o rnn
1 i c- I-"onr mil a lMlf fuilons 1
C i n Ulfd'a I'lorflln b in , dged, Oa-
1 . Knnlta 1(V (MiTntvro), 8 to 1,
Ui'tltr l(r fV UUami 4 to '.,
!fip r, Its (Mootipyl, 5 to 1, third
T npd lUick, XpIMp II. Deck,
T v i - -- k-ptt, Jlltfhfll, Slrook and Little
K tNo i tn.
I ntrln for Vn-ilnj'K U.li'pJ.
1 " tv ntr are th( entries and --.oiRht-i for
1 v i -ps
t u (ThrcD-fourth of a mllp, aoll-
l'i -v l.'r( li potlndtt; Bolatwr, 108:
1 ' WS, Tlllirht, 108, rnhorn. ms.
J Kniaht, ins, Alius Otke-i, tWj Toe
v nn, IDS; leumbna. 108. Umn A., IIS,
i ri e-F:iPvpn-lite(MHhg of a mile,
.ii i mT poundfi, nom I'lampM!, mo
1 il 111 rarrv Antlprfon. S,", Pat
1 i 'il jtiiithrn-irt. l(fi nm Arp lfr7,
1 I K-T. 'VVlllIc L, 110, Qua Htrauna,
! - ((in, HO
1 iih--Mnf-'-llT.twPi!'" of a mill".
11' "- ioiiii-3i, I.ono-
' 1. I I ii ln. 111,
Im 'i lntn, Hi, Dek.
' i 1 W'lspr. 112, Lu
ll- i' l! , 112; R Aaron,
r i I ImiKlli nn KIhr
' v .1. nn, ("rift, 9J,
v n i IfKJ. 'l lor,
1 ip I - ili, ' utn,
t II 1 s Of 1 I I.
'.I ' . I 1
f I 1 I ullimu I
f -I 't v
A r r 1 - I . M .- i?
It 1.1 " II. nil It.in -
rl x 1 i v t n
I ., . i n
' iJ i'i II
II ittl I i
' I. ' ,
' 1 i r io I
ii . i tn ' I i
up I i
I ' i It I I
111 . 1 1 1 I
i I vf ' ,
i I i ,t
'Ii I M v
I ' I ' pi I i r
1 ' ' lUall I ii
1 l iinltii u
i i ii fnu i i ,
it i i
' ui I ii
l in In if. r
I A i l l fi i
I 41 I II" I I
l nn I'd . i
r ' M HI II n
'In ( I
t .11 HI l.l
' ' I imp 11 lit
"1 hi inn
1 ii'n- i i
7 wu i, aoni, a
i n I 44
'J,fL r ' '" Ani-ot, T to
l li 1, thii mi l i
I i ii.(v. I'm Ii.,, ht-llliiff Lady
1 1. 14 tu t. n.i.11. Kl'i-T Hi-ild fl t 1,
r Ma-iktow, I to 2, llrird, Tlnw,
,. ti . onj- nrllfl and a quarter
ill I to 1 won. tXNCSttt, 2 to t.
Warltkt, II to I, ihtrif Time, 2
r tip .Clue rnll, wiling I.iltlc Mult.
nun tait'itum, in to I. uw.on.1
.r, 12 lu 1, third Tllite. J.
i ut oiih mile, piin- f'irUlHly.
win, fimllfpr, D to 2 n.imi, .Mar'
im n, thltd. Time, 1 W4.
Mlmior U W. l.nii.
Lnnl., Mo . .us -fleamuuj weath.
f a. fat trjHk uttrattad the
. d to itie fair Atotiation nark,
i ic lj- lin'tih-- mid uoinl rn".
f,l ilje third and vixth racea tht odd.
i t rite weref deten by rank out.
1 'i ue-gU furloniu KriM-at Elmprp,
Ni-n, Jlaud lUMIIIut.. 2 to l. kpc-
i- Ula. Mo I, Ihlrd 1Mi. 1.1TW
, raie-yivt ami a httlf furlona
i uUj1b W ml, won, Nlokolu. I to
i ,n , JStrn. ltu, a to l, third. Time,
i iaOiw utile. Imp. Star Ruby,
won., Magnet, S to a. nepuudi Sllaa
k io 1, tWMl. Tlnif, J lH.
i rup Sis furlunun lleaaei- J to
Vot man, i to 1, sci-ond. ilollbj
, to 1, third Tlin. Il
rm SSI turloiiif Kalion. lo I,
- .null's, I to S. huii(1, lUrbarowa,
? Clrd. Tlm. l.ltH,
-: rai alMvlt furlotm. SlilllP Wiol-
; i to i, oa, 1'iluii- 4 io 1. -Mr-.und.
l i 1 to ?, thlrtt Time, 2.08.
It Kit lit tl luilnor.
P'troit Jurf l.-f)vr J.0W (tcoiile atten I
ed Hi" racn ut WidlUoi lo-il.l . Sckii
ti r booka (irtvv In far til blum of Hie
n H btntr elic moro than laxt wet-k
Tlire. fmorlttd and to outFldi won
Vice Rcjal '-as the best thins of thv daj,
opMiina At t to 1, anjj. i6S CHfc1!An
bA( Up i bim off ih fioard Ia&,''
kiwi rtcp-ritp and fTnp-JmTT, ftif1oni
Ml nmlH won JavIa, ff-otmUl AlHtnn,
third THnf, II ....
piond Mcf- Kur and oni-hfllf fttMfltit
if p RpaI an, Ii.iiiMrnl, ncctlflnt Rut-It-pi",
third TlniP, 1 Ifl'i . .....
, Thd rti- rive and otlf-hrtlf fnfUhjr
.MbMp tt'oodland on, rnfitAr. ffpotud, HpI
pp Wrpn, thlrt Tlfnp 1 (M
Kotit-th fAri-lppn fnrlon. fllltnowoh.
JJMt ftphan, ppott.t imp. Ittiwn, thlfd
Fifth fm- np mip Kal4tmr wh.
ItAahpr, pionn, TliipcnttOT. third. Time,
JOE PATCH EN WINS AGAIN.
Mr .llppn "pliinllil Mrlnri Owr Itnlifrl
it. i it llnlT.ilii, In ii Mulili liinii
RnfTAlo. N Anir -A maa-tilflppht
proivd lo dav llnpp I In- Binnil i lriu(l
rapp nnd i-rc Well rrpill hx thp Appeta
pp of it inhli clrugalf bPttlrpin .lor f'rttph
pp and ttohpft J for thr,niprpman I'dtPh
pn rppptit'd M I'h-Vrlnhd tletnry on Rob.
erf own tnmpm-t (tmiind, but wba forrl
to fin In four tauter hAtu than luat wpik
ThP four hpnli- mpraitPd Id.',
Th two fATorllM, AthPnhi an I Pnlkland,
landpd th postponrd r. p un I I'V.I
Kohl mado a Alio Of hl lb 1 in the l
inrold trot, The Only fairlp of Hip
tln to miffpr A downfAll wil ltiiiRt-4, Alio
wa ihanpd out two ln-ai-i In K '"V an 1
3 H. iointi ma rpcorn, him inui ni no
thoroughly fired Hint Harhrl and alleau
ntBi! therailna thp-nfter Kip Montana
marp lltifllly landlnt the pur- rbimtnariw
2 m ilui. trotltntf. lmrap 2 ilm
A i hen to
,, s i in a 3 l i
.. 7 n 1 1 III 3
,. 1 1 4 T i
II I I 4 1 2 4
,. B I! lHi
.4 i i ft ii Mr
, 1 '. " J Iiir
in ' It 11 4 4dr
9 , I dr
. ! ; t i t lit
tlri t hen
Pred R ...
A blille Mi fife-tor
.la.tltilA W . .
. s ii in 8 dr
Tlme-i r-4. n H's, H'4, i. n, ..ii.
.'251 rlans, trottlns, imwIIiw . .
Paiklnnd l I S J
unKee Link t 4 t 1 4 S
Kate V 7 4 8 4 12
Mln Huron , J J I J 3
Ktvle 1 5 I J jIo
Fannlet! .. 5 5 "
bettlcttA i i ur
Time-2 16. 2 IS, S IS. it 15M. 1 1. t 1',
2S7 trottlns. -er.oId, pii"n lt.ij . .
Kred Kohl 1 1 1
Time 2 IMt, 3 !-. 1 17.
AiAien race, -u.ivi.
Joe l'atchen I
1 i 1
,3 I 1
'time j'-niH J-m. l-i. I.-H.
5 2 c!am. pacltiK, purM, Cl".
Rachel Wllke ....
It n 1 1 1
. J 2 5 a 2
. a 4 2 .1 4
...4 3 4 dia
.. . ". dr
Bur Oliver .
Time 2 . 2 112 13H. 2.U'. -
GOOD SPORT AT TERRE HAUTE.
llroiin Hit, dr.. I.miiN the lllir I'rlre In the
StlS 1'iiie II irim lllllnii Wu-
the y:lT 1 rot.
Torro Haute, lnd , Alls S. Earlmont, aft
er hr gPiisallonal rm esterduy, nnd
Allcin, lth her recently -mured mark
of 2 0714 were thoueht to Iw about the
ftttP'-t thlnga out for 'he 2 is P"e anl
they were heavily backed by th" Ken
tmky PontltiRent. The earl promise of
one of the mot sensational rat en ever een.
when Karlmont landed the flret heat In
2 KV,, uttlnR off one-halt aeiond from the
mark he seiured jpslerdaj, wa not rul
tllled. In the second neat Karlmont went
to a bad break as he left the wire amj
when fount ed nwaj at the threp-ela-hthit,
was fully ten lenhta behind, with Alleen
In I he lead at the half No one -supposed
Thomas would make a drl.o for the heat,
but he itit hit home loone and tame like
n whirlwind after the mare In the stretch
Rnrlmont ovet hauled Alleen and as they
lla-Oied under the wire, the hore cominir
with a teirlbte burst of speed, there were
mans who tlioti-iht he had landed the
heat The Judges dei bled howper that
Alleen was lirat Karlmont paced the
last half In 1 OlVi. and it was therefore, no
wonder that h showed HlRns of lameness.
Rein? enmlned the Judires thought him
lit to start .Willi, but the heat proxed that
the bruih (.''""n the horse in the pieiedltiK
heat had done Its perfect wotk Karl
miint rout-Tit (-amoly for th. third heat
Into thp stretch, w hert his lameness
caused him to make repeated break and
he was out of tht race A Rrown Hal, Jr.
had ensll- oulfooted Alleen In this, the
third. capturlnK the heat In 2 10' , be Was
in spite of bis lameiies", thought to be the
fittest fai the rni He was a prohibitive
fnvotltp in the fourth heat and did not
disappoint thoe who could get their mone
In on the Hal hoi Be
Before the 2 17 trot was called Haron
Dlllun was a strong: faxnrlte but after
MugKii' Sherman set out anil laptured the
hpflts In pas tle, tin odds on Dillon
dii'ppeil down to a low notth Magale
utber i on M not hta the toute or eae
Gairelt did not urge her hard enough, for
Dillon nailed the mare In.tlip stretch in the
third In at, and, itftcr that had things all
hi-, own vrai.
It H enough to a of the 2 07 pnee that
It gao Hubentrtein thiee eas workouts,
as foastman, his only omiietttor, in
the fnstet mile done wa,- on! able io
Ia alonglde the Haron Wllke-. hoine
2 17 imt, purse J1.D00.
Raron Dillon 12 111
.Maggie, ShermaJi 1 l .' r. 7
Hen H B 1 ,"i 2 2
LurPlle . 2 .1 7 N X
ItoMillom ,,, t 3 7 Ii
foloilf-1 Dickey 5 S 4 8 I
Wilmarch k . R 8 '!
Ollle K . 7 K B 4 D
Time, i . ', : '1, 2 14'4, 2 U
18 p i in- mi
Itrotvn II il Ii ... (10 111
Alleen .... 2 1 1-12
-til Ii i rti il 1 4 I J ,i I
I'i int. I Ini .., , . i 1 t 4
I. nil i . ., 1 2 5 ill
Im pi I i ? 4 tl I iU
Pit t . . .11 S 7 d
I inn i u I . 3 h i In
M ijr I ... . 10 7 ds
I'mti i ..." di
Mlv K if.
I m , I . . I (IV,, 2 I3V, -' li'4
.' Hi i II - V i.i
R'lbi I Ill
' ''- J 8 2
I.. .iilt-i ui -iimt-ga.
pl.it v 1 u (.-The Albany
sink i i i him t tin lieHt contrst of
the i ii. i lion-It Un ip weio onI four
-in i " ii l 'Mil not go to the post
and I i nn i h wa- made the favor-
be I i null the tunning for the
l"e i ' ii-i i ut of tho Joitrnei. but
was i i I I i lb v i.i i'nipe at the
hrei i ii i -t Anisette p.ime up
clrlxji i n iuly, managing to show her
head .. truiii of the favorite ,u the win
I li-Nik wa-. onl a none In. html Rty Hi
I'u rues Hiimniarlei.
Piri-t ra' Silling, live and oni-h.ilf fur.
longs lnl ItiHiuiilid, 7 to I won, Wern
Ii ik. 1 to 10, sei oinl Time I iii,
.S.iouil Mff-Hi lling live fuilonga
It'iiiiiiUiiian ii lo I, won, K.inisiii, f, ip
j-ioiii MarqulHL, lu to l, third Tune
1 M i
Thlid r.n e-The Albans slakes all agea:
iieviti fu, longs Aiiisctie 7 to J won, Roy
del 1'arreies TjU "i, beu.nd, Llssak, no
odds gin n. third 1 iiiik, 1 l
Kourih laje iif and one.ixtfenth
miles llraniis wlnp I to vvon, Darlen,
JS lo 5. aeioud. aiitttclmi. 13 to B,rlhlra,
B-lffrt raie One mile l,u. ntila, $ to t,
won; Lliu, 1 to i, t..iti., orlnda, G to 1
i.i j. (, .
f-.ni I'l-.tiiilHii Itunu,
San FranUaro, Aug, -Blrqjig favot
lles on all impl lb., last '.. to-day.
Him ran Kive fuilongs selling ifodel.
10 (CI., v alien 4 lo 1, won, Jju tloal.lfti
(lllinli bj 7 io .', at-iopd iietvcllve, SI
(Rpdsl 4 to 1, thlid Tlnn 1 th
Second laic Kie fiiiluiigi- aetUng 5tqn
anb, lid (J-iggom 11 to von" Stead
fa.t 17 (I'oadw Ii to I, siiouU. aoiidoia, JU2
tJiin. l, I to 5 thlid Time. I 84.
Third late --itlg and a half (urloiig; aell.
lug. Ni l.'.i. ha.lm-jai ltw (Cbt-vullei), a to
I', won. Ike 1. in lliilew, 11 to ' setond.
Prondi ur, 4 tl'IgBotu, JO to 1, third. Tliot'l
Fourth i ace -Hewn furlongs selltiig.
Miss Ruth W (louts), even. Won, Cmmel.
Ilui (dhaw) 11 to n second, Ledatla. W
(Chevallc-i). S to 1, thlnl 'l'iuB. 1 w
..Flltli raieune mile, spiling jay Ilav,
104 fCoady) i to 1. vvon, AW J' . bM (&&
foil) 3 to l aeionct. 1 dy Jane, U WontV),
to 4 thlid. Time, l.lHi -".
Illirliin tli i (lug (Ipeilf Agulu,
Chicago, Aug t -The liurleiu uuetlnc be
Flint rat.--Five furlongs Joe llgucinl.
even, won, Alien, i lo 1 m.oiul, ilbtgwei-lu-
II to 1, third Tie lui
kioud iac.-tjl furuu Ipiuwa nu,
in to t. vtoii. Tu klgdtr. to I. Uttoud.
Viru Inland, eveu. thliU Tiuw, Silfo
..Tb.-1.!1 i"-0'1-' niJW gnd kvvnutv jartu,.
1 i4U U T. ej.au, won. I.iwjlr, T! to
1 smoiicI RurreU'g IllUet, (ie.tj, thlid,
'lime 1 la'-.
fourth ttt Bis fuilgnsa. Jilts Clark, b
In " Won Jntnp V. f'nrlcr, lo ' PPLOtid;
I,, t it Dlrnn, i", tn I. third TIiiip. 11" . ,
Itfili ran Seven furlotiK" Ollte, 1 to
non. Cheno, t to J iipiond. I.rlllP, 6 lo
third. Tlmt, 1 ti
BLUES AT HOMEAGAIN TO-DAY,
llierMllt Plir the (Ipptilntr lliilue nf ft
-irrlM Will. Mlh-i.iilii.pl I MI
Thf RIiipa mil rnlurn IhlA mnMiln-t from
Ih r i.ini-lit dlnulniiia trip to Mlnne
n il - nn I 51 Paul nhere lhi onl put
i 1 In wlnnln inn Rititiea of Hip lht
I In. I I ht-i artprnoon thej will tn to
.! t r ppkp nn the Mllwatlk" f whi lll
lln h. rp to-da, tn-tti-itrotv nnd 5unli
Ih Itltiet lll make ii luird llht 'or
. m one of thp irtreo w.inie. nnd Hh-mi I
n . nn miitii' of Ihi- IokI gt-niind, t)anlpl
in xihiIpiI to rilnlll I lie leutn til om e
nn! IM hPlp the pllelillhi department out
bi niu The Mllnftiiker team l-i iln)lnit
f.i--t t.nll now nnd th ltliiee .till lime in
(In Rood ball lo ln n iTAttie from lltetti
r ImiiIpH l at home. Ito will iit. h while
tikir wilt be m the llrftc for lite llrewrr
Till- wi'l be In.tlPR' day. The game mill
b. Blurt! ! at I o'cloik, with the lealni
mint II. lOlin-Aff,
i iii fin. PoAlllon,
utililii J'llclier ..
Klitttian . .
Mminlng . .
Il-rnon. . .
5ei nnd base
l-pfl flel.t. .
ttealeril lieliglli, -.liilliilllg.
Won. lrftst. IM'.
Indian n polls.,.,
'Iprrn lliititt, il Cr.iuil Iblild. I.
rjrand Rnplds. .Mich, Aug. S-Score.
Orand Rapids .ft 2 0 0 n n n 2 (V-i ta "r.
Terre Haute .210001100 2-5 10 0
Ratterles Haggerman and --tAfford,
Nlesigor and Roach.
Jiplrnlt. "it Hull in ipoll. '-'.
IndlAnapolls, lnd. Aug. S Seorei
indHtnapoti-t , n 1 n l ii 0 0 0 (V-2 2
De'rpit .. . . i o J n o o i s l
Ratterles rross and XkKarlahd; White-
bill and Twlneham,
AlluniMpfitl. tin -t. P.iitt, :,
Srinnrapoils., Minn , Aug. S. Pcore:
it h n
MinneApoiis . o o 1 3 2 0 s l ft-in in o
SI Paul . .nionnnion-271
Ratterlis Healy am! Wilson, I'epper nnd
ntl0liiil l.cigtl.' Miitlillllt-.
Won. IJSt V C
Heveland ."B 37 HCJ
Pittsburg "n! 3S 802
Raltlmore t 31 f.vl
Ronton 17 3i BW
Chicago :.. 41 WO
Cincinnati 4 1s KK
New York 4". 31 r-3-1
Flrooklvn 4". in fi?n
Philadelphia tl 40 .".21
Washington is 82 350
St. Louis 29 Kl 3.-2
IXIulsvllte 21 61 217
Hu-lun, ll-lllt llronlilvn. ',."..
Boston. Aug It Roston vvon both gnmc
In the first game Stlvetts had the visltor
nt hln, merov and proved o effettlve that
he pitched the first and Ihree Inning-- of
the second game, before retiring Roiton
baited Ivnnedj hard and tlpded Unci.
In the second game Sullivan replaced Stl-ve-tts
nnd not a run or a hit was made off
him except In the eighth Score:
-! 12 2
0-2 7 3
Ro-ton 0 2 12 0 0 0 1
Hatttrles Roston, Stlvelts and
nrookljn, Kenndy and Grim.
Roston ... 00210050 10 17 1
Rrooklvn . 0O2000OIO &S3
Ratterles Ro-ton Slivett", Sullivan and
Gan-tel; Rrooklyn, Gnmbert and Dal.
cblciigo. tl; ('liuhind, '.I
Chlcugo.Aug. 8 The leaders were downed
to-du In a poorly plaved game. Wallace
was batted out of the box and retired at
the end of the second. Knell was then put
in and shut the locals out without a hit In
the Tiext three Innings He went up into
the air In the lxth was wild and was bat
ted hald, four runs resulting The Colts
went to pieces in the seventh and gave the
vliitors four runs, but shut them out In
the la-u two Attendance, 4,000. Score
Chicago .. S20004OO n 13 'j
Cleveland 0 0 0 0 12 I (1 0 9 12 2
Batterl.-, Chl.-ago, Kitlrldgc and Grif
fin, Cleveland Kimmer, N allai p and Knell.
llaltlimire. Ot Phlbidelpbli,
Philadelphia. Aug R Esper's effectual
twirling and Hallman anl Hamilton's good
work gave Ualtlmoie the thlnl game of
thf esrles to-day Attend.m.e, 6,253.
Scoi v '
Philadelphia oinooooo 12 r, Js
Haltlmore loon 0 ,-, o n -f, 9 2
Hatterles-Philadelphia. ( kmenlt. and
Tajlor, Baltimore, Robinson and lper.
Nvr lorl.-, lit Wmhlni-i jn, n.
Xew York Aug S The Olnnts made It
three straight fiom the Washington this
afternoon Thf repjpsent.itivps of tho na
tion'!, pnpltal cotild not hit nor Held Ru-sle-
hld them down to three hits not
withstanding that he metelj loprel the
hall over tin- plate Rojd vviib hit hard.
New York . . 3 " 0 2 2 0 0 1 'll IB 'l
A nrih-ington OUADooOnn 03 1
Hitterlet New "lurk Rusle Ferrell and
Wil-on, Washiii,-lon, Bojtl ami .Mctiuirc.
Pittsburg, lit Louisville, I! I
Pitt-burg, pa, iig S Louisville ap
peared in bell, 1 foini than on their former
visit The Colonels plaved a good gam,
but the niimlvums managed to hum h
tin It lilts nnd win out Attendance, 972
Pitli-hurg . . 12 0 0 3 3 0 0 9 13 3
I.oiil-ntle 0 n i 0 3 I 0 011 It 5
Ii iiirie-Pltisliini, Gardner and Mer
ntt, Louisville, Inks and Warner.
Cliulnniill, lot Ht. LniiN, 3,
"1n-plniM.lt, ft. iig R -Clnelmiatl iTAlted
Kissinger Imrd, ainl, with tho assistance
of ihr- iriors made by 8t Louis, had
ver llitle tnnil.lo In winning the gtun
Attenilaiii t, -'.jao. tie-ore.
r'lin-lliniltl . 1 0 1 1 1 S 2 2 10 10 'l
St Louis 0 0 003000027 0
Ifiittorles CliHlnnatl, ltlilni-s and
Vaughn, St. J,uiiU. Klssenger and Miller.
Soul hern Irf-ngiHi (Iiiiiip.,
Hvaiisxllle lnd ug, 8 -5-ore: Uvana-
Vllli 10 Nahillle i
Vi w iirli.ins La Aug. Score: New
Orleans, 10, Mumgomer), 0,
Oaleshurg. Ill, Aug SI.I8 pace Rln.il
do won flist and third heals and nice
Time. 2 12, 2.161- Hvdmgcu won gecond
ht.it. Time, 2 ll'- Major Lamheri, jao.
Lad Vivian, Judgi t'oueh, Clear Grit,
Harold, Phenom, Dob unit Iljdy iilso
2 SO ttot Lady Reaumont won in atralght
heat. Time, JatlK. 2 U fodellii, ni.
King Ili-lle Jilot, iluaa and llutr U.ik iilsti
?lilt.ll (! lino ApierliHiK Ii, Iti'llciiin.
Strikes. Si.irs. Total
Orover .,,13 l 616
Rew S S 170
RUIicle S I! Ilfi
Manloie 7 0 III
DavU . , , ,,.,,,.. 8 7 U3
ToluU , ..Hi iil i-i
JUril,, Sparog, Total.
oan , ,,.,.,,,,10 7 151
UotTnutn .... 'J -j ill
Ub, i S U7
Turtle ..,.,..,,. t u 411
iejuiore ,.,,. 3 S "K,i,
Totalg .... W 3S 2079
llojill Hun ling ('I til..
Strik-w. bpirng. Total
Crowley ,.,,.,,.10 U 12
Wbealer S IS 471
Clan 12 470
Putersou U II 43$
MichoU' S D 4IJ
Muri)h K IX l
(lent u & 175
Ac 1110 llim ling lluli.
Strikes. Spare. Total
Wlkoi. It? 3 617
King ,.,..12 U SU
Hale k ft 41,1,
llollaud . 8 8 417
Itlgby Park R.uci.
1'otlland M, Aug S lligby park was
111 viuu Mjuuiiiuu tci-ua) cuuatuvriu
sotklng.lt receltel v "irln, Itesillls
2 20 class tt-otllDK tn i'i lishedl-llnnrv-wood
Won llrsl, spi en 1 an 1 pvpIiIIi hett"
Tiiip. iVi, 2 lfi'4 .' lf'i Ltnele won
rottrth ami sltth hpnls "lin. Z'IJ ?
.link Wvmnii won lli'vl and fifth hent
Time, 2 10. 2 Hi . ,,
2 20 tlrtss. tincitH'-t'lti llelilnscm won 111
Ihiep sir.tlght healF T me, 2-15't, 2 1".,
2 14 eln-s, Irotllng Lmn ltle won In
sli night heats. Time, 1 I 'i 2:1, ?-liVft. ,,
1 JS 1 Iom, irnttiiig lib k won thlnl, rotirtti
nnd llflh ht-nt an I n" TiinA, 2'1?'(
2 IM'i 2 10'j llrmvn Lu.' "mi lltsl illlii
SPiMintl brtt-i in 2 2ij anl : toil,
2 11 1 lass was won lv S-ntiirc In thrc
stinlghl heal. )let nm ill,
IIICKlii: It.M I s.M ait.tXAi
lliini Oily RIiIpm Hire Sol Aide tn Carry
Satins, K.is Aug i.ipeelal 1 The bin
'el rams to-ilnt dr. tv gi-eMter crowds
Ihtiu ever The wind blew a Ktile from the
smith hihI made low re irds an lmpol
bllltv Aooillief, of Mttnwa, Hale, of t'en
vpr and llockelt, of (dalhe tilt enmc to Ihe
front liettir Hi 111 eterdav.
Two-lhli Is of .1 mil opiii Pred Klifr
ltardi, siilliia; llnle, lienver; Wrtodllef, Ot
lawn. I'litnk Hlierhat It ttatlna, llAckett.
Glathe Itpstilt. Hale ilri; Woodllef, sec
ond! Harked, third Time, 1'6I4
"tie-third of n mllr r under ItHugo
IVlix, Halllnii lllft Pellx. S-llltHi. Gels, P
lltin, ltebelisi hied, Kanus Cllv Il'sulf
Hugo 1 Vlly llrsl tllff Tellt. ecotid. He
belischled. third. Time 0 '.14
Two tiilln lap ra. e 1'hls wa the mot
hotly contested rate of the afternoon The
Mnttirt- were llackelt. tilnthe, lisle, Den
ver, prnoti, Rini-nrln. 1'red nberhnrdl. Sa
Una; lluglei, Snllna, Woodlief, (iitnwn
Result Woodlief, i, points, Hiile. M points:
llagler, 4 points IHierhnrdt w-on the ftrt
lap. hut dropped out on the ecnnil. Hnck
elt dropped out on the third lap. Hnpler
beat IIhIp on the lit lop
One mile SAlltm Hlcvde Club elmmplon-
hip Hnttles rell Prunk Kberhardt
Holmes, Raler l!eulf Eberhardl, llr't,
1'ellx second Tittle, ! 03 1-5
Two mile; d ( cln l"ntrr Hacked,
ttlt ftt-iiltt,! 1 4t-.n Ml 1tlM1t--t ( 1 1 t 44 li(
1 Cll V, cil'lll III , I I lllin, Ul'l'l Hill 'II -.111111(1-'
Rbenchld, Rslet, lime limit, C 30 Result:
Kberhardt lift. Hacked, eemnd. Pell,
thltd Time, 6 32 Referee Webb decided It
mut be run over acaln later In the da,
as the time waj not within the limit l"br
hardt reftied to run again and Hacked
won In l! V.
One mile, handicap Kntrle, Vernon, 7."
ard: Ilaiked, V. vard W'ltlim 190
1 n rcl s , r-Mi-t, o juris, Malonev. 100 jard,
Rnvvoon CO j 11 d Kred Kberhardt 2
jards, 1'tank Kberhardt Ki jards, Glimpse
110 vards. 11 Ue in!ih man did not
trt Result, Prank Kberhardt llrst,
Hucketi, second, Pred Kberhardt, third.
ni:ri:.M)i:ic -.iit.i, vu lmtioi-..
Mie Defpils Gip ilubllpp In 11 1 iTPlily-one
Allle Rail' I'uslli.
N'ewport, R. L. Aug 5 The Defender de
teated the Jubilee nine minute", nineteen
seconds. In a twentv-one mile race over
the triangular cours. off Rrenton'i point
to-da,v, in a light wind The course was
thp nunc n that on Tues.lnv s race, three
legs of seven mllc-i ea h The boats were
expected to cover the dlstame twice, mak
ing fortv-two miles, but the commander
declared the lace llnihed at the end of
the first -ouncl.
The Jubilee ero.ed the lino at 11.10 31, on
the port tnck, the Defender followlmr .it
11 10 4" Within a few minutes after t ros-i-ing
the llnp, the Defender hud overcome
the slight lead of th.- Jin-ton boat, and
from that time to the llnl-di, the new bo it
The Defender roun i.-d the llr-l mark at
12 3130, the Jubihc .it 12 1.'. The -.econd
mirk was turned at 1 IS so h the Defender
nnd at 1 2'3 bv the Jubilee The Defender
llnlshed nt 1 J7 01 and the Iitbllee at 2.W.0,".,
beating her rival bv more than nine min
utes Altlloiitine Deflated.
Philadelphia, I'i Aug K -Pittsburg
Wilkes defeated Almontm In three straight
lie.it- in the trotting tin at Belmont
Driving park to- iv Timi 2 l, 2 i:n4
2 17'i It was a m it Ii t.n e tor Jl.Viu a side
b'ull I y) people w re .it the trmk. and It
la estimated that jr.mio h inged hands
MANY "-Il I. Rs A r I. RC.i:.
liroke Awnj J'roin tlm liirds While Itelng
'lraiisfnrr.il to -l;i tier lit r Pens.
One hundred ami twontj-llve Texas
steers escaped from the stock vards je
teidey nt nooi , while being ti.msferred
from the jards proper to the driveway of
the Armour Puking Companv The ship
ment had bepn bought b the packing
company and was ready to be driven to
the pens for --laughtei, whpn one of the
wild ones broke through the feme and the
rest follow ui with great ti.ite.
About fottv were headed otf and return
ed to the vards. but the remaining ilghty
ran rapidly tbiough the streets north of
the yards along the Kan river Thej. scat
tered and 1.1:1 to the K.iw river without
Incident At that place thej continued
around the river bank nnd tlnallv were
hidden In thp corn and weeds that ate
growing on the land behind the I'ovvler
A crowd of tho riders from the vards
went after thim nnd at the time ih'y
found them nenr the .Mlssouil river, a
score of tin steers ran into the rivir and
struck out for t lay countj Thej hangpd
their minds shortly and returned Pour
of tho swimmers were mired clown and the
riders ha! to pull them out with their
ln"os, which was done duiing the after
noon. The Kane attracted a large crowd and
the river b ink was coveted with piotile
One of the steetw swam across the Kaw
rlvir and ins lassoed its he came out of
the water Tin other) hid themselves In
thn corntlcld and rofused to be dilven out.
The loin, annoyance! 1 nused them to be
come unruli, and several times the men
were ha'" 11 In a lively mannei (me of
tho observers who was charged bv a Ling
horned Tex tn, deliberately spt uig Into
the rivei, 1 ut got out safelj Tin cntiln
wore left tin re last evening and will bo
token out this morning. Tho corn 1 rop Is
badly damig. 1 Tito crop Is the property
of Major Junes and Tllford Davis
This morning thn cattle are to be dilven
out of the 11. id Tho men from tho Mock
yards and the Armour drivers are to do
Yesienliv afternoon City Impounder
Green ot Kansas City, Kas . decided the
cattle w. ip violators of the 1 Itj ordinances
and with a half doen assistants attempted
to rapture them and take them to tho
pound He was offered 3 per bead for all
he was iibln 10 secmc nnd lock up The
en tlin male sport of till ofllcer, and ran
him so that he was foried 10 climb 011 the
clival"! ti n lis of the I'nlon Terminal
Company for s ifetj'.
WILL HO Willi IIMI'.V.NV A.
Major Warner llcililp ol tn Cro-i Ilm
I), ep Hint, (I. . mi.
Slajor William Wainei, who was lo hive
sailed fiom New Yolk to-moitow lor Ibi
ropi with Ids law p.iitmr, o II Dean,
jisterdaj 1 .untied Ills passage ..riange
menis at Chicago nnd will remain at homo
In order lo in coinpalij' Veteinn 1 ompnny A
mi Us Null In 111 tour, Mnjoi Win 1111 miI.1
Kumpe would bu then- n.xl hiiin-
lliel but In would nevei get 11110II11 r sil.il
an uppmluiillj as tho big 1 xeursion Ihinugh
the South oifirsfoi stiuljlug Kouthnii men
and i-outhein piogiess 01 these times in
well as fot reviivvllig hlbtoty nf tlio glial
hNAIt IILII llllll I'lUtSl ,
Mrs. W. A. M.lj Robin il by a llnj While
Riding on a ( ar.
Alia W A Mil), of No 3u07 Kast Keventh
ulieei, boui.l.il an east I. omul Ninth street
ciibln cm at tile Junction at lu o'i luc k last
nlkht Just 11s the 1 at 1 cached the .oiuei
of 04k street a small buy jumped un the
foot I i. ti I of the 1111 and bcUi.t hi 1 puise
vvlibh she hild loon li lu hit hand He
then Jumped fiom the ear and lan down
11 ik strut Willi tho pen kelbunk lieluiu
tin i.ibla nil 1 mil. I be stopped and chase
given lilni lie had dUupt-uieil. Tho puiso
A I lun I diiiatloiiiil lii-tltiitlini.
Itev. Dr Pluck, leprcisenllug the Grand
Rivei Chilsilan Union college, located at
Kdllihtirg .Mil, wuu III K.IIH.UH Cite jes
lerdaj, on his w.i to houlliLin Missouri
mid Kuixau lo sen urn studi uts and a Vm,
rs mi induwiiiiut I mill for his collcys Rev
I'l.uk jiiti. Ipali s great things Ini his
colli..c IL- said to 11 Jnurnnl reporter jei-te-idav
. "We uii- making preparations tn
make this 1 ollege one 01 the best in tho
i-tute It Is under the supervision of the
'Chinches of Christ In Christian I'nlon.
and wus pun hated for 423UUO um vp.it ago.
We have icuived nearly J200111) from one
nf the miinbeis of our ihur h who lives In
Claj countj and have 15U seholais cu-10IU-1I
The H hool Is strlitl) nou-seitai-lin
and furnlvhes a fieu extiii atlou to all
who wish to prepiro for the mlnlslrj Our
directors ure active mid enle rpi l.-lntr, uud
there is no doubt that the school will be a
Ai-lgnintnt at M. don ph.
St Joseph, Mo . Aug. S (Special ) The
St. Joseph Cli-Hr.Ciaiiipatiy made- an us-
slBnmiiit,a .-, p Y. Ilrluton. i'he
'"Vt?tvtp jt lUbllltlea t0ui. Poor
I aa thu cuuiv.
TO INCREASE POPULATION,
MILLION ( I I It WILL lit: lltltl M.I'.II
At MUM IIV SRITIlMlllat o.
Will llsve fur lis tlbjerl the Rrlnglng of
Hue Mlllliiu People Into Kansas unit
.Making I belli I'priiinurtil Hell'
drills tif the Mntr.
Mr. Il Jamr-son, of lienveti-vnrlli, Kt. 1
wan in th cltv list evening In thf Intrr
est of the Million Club that ho l working
w now, and which Is to lit fotnaltv 01
gAnlged nt cVi'iiiA, Peplemt'er . The Idea
of the club was- oMglnalM bj .Mr .lAine
sftn. and when he Atrnitiinep-il that li-r was
favot-ablj Imptessfsl wllh th (den, he le-r-elvrd
such rm iuintniiifnt Hint he Imi
ptishril the matter as rapidly lis pre-sUile
nnd Is- -trllg-lvlrel wllh the ittis-im!t for dv)
imt gt-PAt witk rur the AtBt.
The uirn Is lo bung to the state nm i-avon
as pos-slble one million people, who Ate to
settle thfte and beionte cltlteii of the
stAle Mr Jnitiestin i prusldent of Ihe
Kansas PiaIp tienl Klntc Am-flnllotv Ah.l
ha an extended m eiinilittiinct- over the
tate, awl I prrpnt-cel to cArrj fot ward
raich a project Th te'iil t-ptale men all
over the Mate ore doing everj thing In
their pow-rr to grt the mutter started and
help It along
Tnlklng of the 11111 Iter lost evening Mr.
Jameson stAteel "The Idea of the Million
Club is simplv lo Ed Lin 1.1AM more people
Into the tate V believe we can di It
In a short time and we expe- t the people
when thev come to be mtlsfteil and te
tnaln with u Take Ihe slate and divide
It Into four division, ami vvcciinsee what
a Inair with small means can do In the
state I nm certain that t hot e Is no state
In the land that offers with rare bargains
to the world as ititt now lie found In the
stnt of Kansas for men who want to
"A man with i X for Instntice He
wants a, home with suoh improvements
can lie mode to answer for the protec
tion of his family. Take the tvventv-llve
eastern counties of the state and wllh that
11 om 11 man can buj twentv at res o Im
proved b to mnke n comfortable home
In the next twcrnj-tlvo counties he can
purchasa-. with the same monej forty acres
of land -timilnrlj Improved In the next
twentv-llvp counties- he enn get elghtv
acre of land for the sum of cash, and
In the nt of the state he can trot 160 ntre
anl all of the improvements thrown In"
' No other suite In Hie lnnd offer-i s-uch
oppnrlunltle-- and 11- are of the opinion
that we can gel tromi iieople to come
here and locate Just os soon n we can
get tint lnfi rotation before thein, nnd
hold ourselves read, to demonstrate II
"The club s not for the rli h, It ! for
the poor of the land We want Ihe peo
ple to come herp who ate lndiwtrlous and
sober -ind Interested In the sine and In
llndlng home-. Theie are -onie pliuei
where out price for lnnd van be beaten,
but In no place is theie to be found op
portunities for eilucatlon such as we hive
Our schoil fai liltlos and 1 hiirches and
our geneial civilization and c-nllchtentnent
nre nil of value when we go out after
that diss of iieople
"Our pbui has been Indorsed bv Gov
ernor .Morrill, .sen Hot Lttcien Uaker and
other representative men from ever coun
tv in the state t the meeting to lie held
at puIIihi on 'he ..th of Sepletnbei we ex
pect to have the leading men of the tate
with 11s heatt and oul In the work for
the advancement of the cau-e. As soon
no out otganl? itlon ! tM?rfecteil we will
carrv the work of local organization into
overv 1 omits In the stale.
"Then we are talking of the plan of
taking 1 tralnloid of cars llllerl with the
ptoilucts of the state, Including everv
thlng from the original praltie grass to
the silk 01 oous and .stinllovvet-;, and load
the car- and take them on n trip through
the li-tt winding up Itr New -otk vvheie
we will donate the shipment entlte lo the
mnvoi for the pool of the eltj.
"W'e have ice elv e-el o much encourage
ment mer the i lull that It Is expected the
attendant e i to be iatge .it S illna "
WILL URGE A REFORM.
Count ( oitrt Will He Asked to si-p ir.ito
Male .mil female I'rUont rs In
the Colllitv .1 ill.
Mr. j,. c Isgrlgg. Miss Peebles, Jits
11 S Chambers and Mis Welles, of the
Central W omen h Chtlstlan Temperance
I'nlon, will appear before the countj court
soon to plead that the female pilsoner-. In
the countv Jull bo placed In .1 portion of
tho building entliely aput fiom that oc
cupied bj the m tie prisoners. The ladles
constitute .1 committee for that purpose
Mrs Isgrlgg, who will probably be the
spokeswoman of the committee said jes
teiday afternoon- "I believe that this is
the onlj j.ill In the country In which wom
en and men are locked In cells which ad
join each other The Jill Is built so that
the male and female prloneis can hold
conversations and others can overheir
them. Theie was a time when thev could
pass or drop down, at tie Its to one anothct
but Marshal .Stewart hud bars put up fiom
the lowest ronldor to Ihe highest, so It Is
Impossible for them to do that anv mote
Rut vve want them placed in sepatate
apartments Th it Is t ustomary In everj
penltintlarv anl evcrv jail exrept this,
and It ought to be tht tiso here."
CRIMINAL l'ASI'1 !)Is-iU-,-)l"I-,
Pros, e utlng Attorney .lainlson Determined
.Vol to III coguln tllisllie Krillger.
Assistant Prosecuting Attorney Lnthej
dlsmisspil a number of cases In Justice
Krucger's fouit jesterilaj", because Ptose
tutlng Attornev Jamison icfuses to allow
bis assistants to appear lu lh.it couit.
Prosee nting Attotnej Jamison gives ns a
reason for Ills conduct toward Justb e
Kiueger Hint tho Justice Is under indict
ment for election frauds. He saja he will
not pei mil bis assistants to ptoseiute enns
in J.islbi Kruegei's court until the bittei
has pmvrii his lutiocenie Jlr. Lathcj said
j-pste rda". that all of the 1 uses dismiss! c be.
foir Justice Kruegir would be tiled again
In other courts. This Is feasible, he cause
In none' ot the cases Iiiimi the wlltutssci,
In 1 n sworn in thus pitting the di fe nd
atiu in jeopirdv Tin ciisi) against Von
(iiinton will not be 1 milled heie, as ,1 rlvll
suit Is said In be pi tiding against him at
Gi.inwonel, the scene ot Ids ullrgpil itlme
"ir-.teiduy. In com 1 1 satlnn with Countv
Couiisrloi W'alets Constable lln iiiinu, of
Justice Kruegei's "conn, slated th it Mi
Wale is Infm lllcil llllll that Ihe prosei tiling
nitoiiiej Wiis not iitoleiteil bv law In his
boyiott on Jusllio Kiinger. and thai if It
was 1 ontinueil be would be 1 iiinpe Hi .1 to
take some action to have Mi Jamison
lepelntl tin null 1 In his assistants to Ig
iiiiie Jusflie Kiuigir, or biltig blm to a
In Ihe pasl Justice Kiueget's court has
been one of the must luitnilve lu the 1 nuii
ly, being situated eilltiiillj n It Is, but
ilm attitude ailotitid bv Mi laiiilson
toward Justin Kriu gel has rutn-nl busi
ness to fall oil tniiti 1 lulll The sivcnlieu
uses w hlili were dismissed bj Iho stale
vcHtftrihij vvould have uetied thu county
.NOW A P I II I AN.
Vlajor lliivls Was Initiated Intel 1 It lorj
I odgn List Mghl.
His honor, Mavor Pavls, emerged from n
room at No l(ii Grand avenue at 111I1I
nlgbl Inst night, wearing a wild look and
illshevded locks 'Ihe llrsl two tanks in
the order of thn Knights, nf I'jthlis had
been eoiifriied upon bun oj Vlctoty lodge,
No 'JOS lie was the only lultlnte, liy spe
cial arrangement, so the eutlu' nvinliig
vv.ia clevolcil lo him He ime the goat fiom
s o'i 1h k until about 1.' a'. I01 k ami ho toiln
him bard One of the Knights who was
present to assist Mid in n Journal lepeut
ii'b bearing that it "few furbelows," wen
be Ing put on for the muvni's poi titular
biuellt About ion Knighls were lu at,
tendance, the miljoiitj being fiom .-Hui
1)111 .NOP lU'CHVLIt.
C.eorgn I. W her. W Im 'look Pulton With
hiileld il Intent, llli nt CM) Hospital.
GemgH r W'ehor, tho aged veteran of
the tlvil war who was found suffering
from strjihiilno poisoning in a room of
u lodging house, No. 10oS I'nlon uvenue,
Thurtuluj forenoon, illtsl jesterUay after
noon ut tlie city tiobpllal.
When Wilier was sent lo Ihe hospital
the police suigi'on thought It posslblu for
him to ice-over. Yonlenlay forenoon lie
gn vv raptdlj won-e and die! shoitlj' after
noon The body was tuken to Stew-art .V
I'll roll's It will be sent to his wife, Aire.
Muggle W'ehor, of North 'Toiieka, Kas.
( olorvil FxcuriiloiiLts
Two toaohe-J lllled with colored excur
sionists, pound for Columbia, Mo , left
the I'nlon depot over tho Wubash milwuy
nt S.& o'clock lott night The e-tcuTsIon-Ists
were bound to attend thu twentj
llfth state annual convention of ihe
Culled Iliotheis of Priemlshlp. Jt vvlU
tonvtne to-day ut Columbia.
Three Men Killed lu pvt tnrk by Ihe tall
nf an I Igbl ilnrj Ititlldlng Many
Injured nnd Missing.
S'ew Ynrk.Aug .. With scarcely a round
to wtitn tho sevrnly or rtghtv workmen
of their danger, nh etghl f lory hllltdlhg, lit
c-mirso of rn-etloti and tieatlng romplctlon,
nt West Rrr-udwny nnd Tlilnl streets, col
lapsed, on hour heron boon to-tla'.
CJiatli-fi rtmldi, elf-clrlelani lived nl
310 Hast .N'lnelj-slxlhi dleil nt SI Vincent's
ho jillul. kull vvfls- ftnctilfMl, light nrm
lu-ohen, right side 1 rushed Ih and sevcrclv
Chnrles It Henders-Mi, eleotrlclnn,
John Iturke. Ixlairer, married, 41 year
ohl. IlrcMiklvit, ilcad when taken front
William Pox. laborer, broken thigh and
John Clime, laborer . .
Jnlnes Kelnev, IS vent- old, labor'ri ton
lusions of back Ipba srrlouslv Injured
Cntiirllim Guldcr. Inbcirtr, 771 lb rgen
stre-el, ItiooklMi, si-nlp vvmimts mil con
tusions, not sprlmtsl) Injured
William Prank, laborer! age nnd trd
flrme unknown, seroillv Injured
Smith, two libs fractured and con
tusion. TIIR OillSHtNG.
John Murphv, luhoier. of Atlantic nve
nue, llrooklvn. Christopher o'ltotirke. H-l-orcr,
lltociklvnt Michael O'llare, laborer,
Ilrookl.vn, Michael Savuge, laboret. llrook
Ivn lJiwar.1 Ilanlev, kibon r. Hro.iklvn;
.lolm Mrtlulre. IllotiklJIt, Michael I lj .in,
Ilmoklvii James Pnrrell, Michael Policy,
Chnrlcs Iteillv Cltnilcs li Peterson
There Is n dirrereine of opinion as lo how
the accident occurred The plevnlllng Idea
l-i Hint an linitiPtise Iron beam on one of the
upper lloor -mapped, the Hour gave way
and cra-dud llitough the building.
There wis a grett V-shaped Jigged hole
In all the lloor, ntnl at the boitoiti of the
wreck wcie piled up bigs of lime, which
hnd been stored on nn upper (loot, mingled
with bricks, timbers, beams and tools, and
ftom Ihe mass tame the groans and cries
of wounded workmen. The firemen and po
lice, who came early to the sceno, could
h-trdlv see to perform their work of res
cue because of Iho cloud of dust that
pouted down from the wreck.
Mini) friends mil relatives of the dead
and Injured were there, unci many dis
tressing incidents occurred When Coroner
Plt-'pitrli-k at rived to look after the dead
he said, as a prai Men I builder. It wn bis
opinion thit the collapse was caused by
the s.mdv nature of the land on which the
stiuetute had been set There were othcrt
who said that the building had been orlg
Inallj Intended to be only seven stories
hlch and the eighth stoiv, when added,
bad been too heavy for the Iron work The
builder denied this, without being able to
torm uny Idea us to the cause of the col-lap-e
Henry Alex mder, manager of the electric
comptti whose men wete working In the
building, hu written a wiim letter as
serting that when Chniles Smith, the vvlic
iiuii was brought from the ruins, the sur
geons fiom rival hospitals, whom he terms
' bloodthltstj butehcis," fought for tho
body nnd itlmot up-et the stt etcher Rut
for this deluj he thinks Smith's life might
have been saved. He died on the way to
Parker .ti Sllllek were ati.ilgned before
Coroner Pitrpatrlck and each held In J'l.OuO
lull on the chirge of ciuslng the death of
John Ruike, the nun who vva-n the ilist to
die as the result of Injtiiles received
ALL QUIET ATSPRING VALLEY.
The Trouble 1 hero Hits l'niled nnd Labor
ers Are doing to Work as tlHUiil
"No 1 mops Needed.
Spring Villev, 111 , Aug. S. The trouble
In this citj. for the pteent, Is at an end
All shafts blew for wotk this evening and
the settlement arrived at gives genet. il
satisfaction. Geoige Schilling, societal. 1 ot
the state labor bureau, spent som time
among the colored people sit Seatonvllle
nnd came Into tho citj this evening lo at
tend a miners' meeting. Ho t.itetl nt Hie
meeting that he was here for tho governor
and vvould not leave until the trouble, was
settled The miners tit to-daj's meeting
icadopted ihe lesolutlons of jesterdaj',
Aftet this meeting Mi. Schilling held ,1 con
fprem e with General Manager D-ibseU and
it was agteed to statt the mines In the
morning. Major Delm.igro to-day swoie In
llfly conservotois of the peice to bo reidy
In an emergencj. In ill likelihood Manager
D.il.eli will bring in the exiled negioes to
motiovv and set them to wotk. The major
-ajs he will protect them. J. S Kucknei,
of Chicago, the colored leglslitoi, who
announced In bprlngtleld Tue-duj night
thit the bodies of thlrtj-fotii of his people,
had been found In the woods around bpre,
in rived to-day fiom Seatonvllle Soon nft
ri he sent n message to the governor, t,aj
Ing "You must seiiel ttoops here at once. The
major will not furnish any safe piotection
10 colored people and they demind that
j on take the matter In hand"
.Major Dt'lmatgo issued a proclamation
this afternoon 1 ailing on the citizens to co
oppiato In maintaining law nnd older, p.u
tteulurly nftei the return of the negroes
When tho mnjor heard of Rucknei's mes
sage to the governor, he wired' "W"e under
stand j 011 hive to-day lx-en telegtaphed to
for troops, Such a step Is not neeossirj.
There has been; no disturbance here sini e
hundav last Colored people who were then
driven out have been assured that It they
1 1 tui 11 they will be protected. Thej- arc
jet at Seatonvllle. Conservatois of thn
peace aio adequate for their piotection nnd
are held In readiness, waiting for their te
lurn We assure you that if thej retain
thej will not be molested, now thit wo
have a sullltleut force to protect them "
Mi. Si hilling said to-night that the troops
vveie not needed and he vvould o leport to
tin governoi Itepipsentatlve Hueknoi ex
piessed himself late to-night as tatlslled
with the tin 11 affairs had taken
ONLY ONE LIFE WAS LOST.
1 be Itilllriud Ate blent In New Mexltn "Not
-n Nerious as ,11 Mrsl Rt ported.
Albuquerque, N. 51., Aug. S Ope pet
son wan klllul md three or font other-,
seriously Injured bj 11 wreck on the At
1 mile it Pitlfle rallivuj mar Mitchell,
1 way station 123 miles west of this city,
ycsliidiij afternoon Tho man who lost
lilt, life In tho wreck wns Rev, Geoigo
Wheeler, plico of rehldenco unknown The
mimes of the Injutcel could not bo leiiitnil
lij the ollle litis of the road, ab ttlegiaphlc
commutilintlon with Mitchell Is closed to
night, and onlj meager particulars .iro ob
tainable. 'lli.it more persons wem not
killed or Injuicil lu tho nti blent Is consid
ered .1 miracle, fm Iho rc-mi-th from Mitch
ell are to the eft eel that the biggugu cm,
tho laj touch nnd lotirl-rt Rleepet vvcm
nil dcmlled mid sent Into the ditch. The
(list 1 clients 10 leach this illy mouse d
geneial nl. 11 111, for the telegram, which
uiino from Coolldge, a small atallou nboiit
eight miles west of Mile hell, simply gavo
notice of the wreck and aske-d that med
ical assistance Im sent on i special tinlii
at imie. This special was made up
as quickly aa iiosshe, nnd with soveral
lcK-lors aboard It was sent west nt lull
Washington, Adg, S Reports to the post,
oillco department for tin three niomlis end
ing August I show Unit tlin total lecelpts
1U1 the twentj Intgu-i postolllces In the
tommy wcro pUtil.iuO. an lucieaho of l'u.
mm over thu coiiosponillng quarter in Js'U
Hin PiiiiicIhco and Washington show the
only decreases In receipts, ilun at thn hit
Itr place of huge sales of Columbia htainp
last j ear Rtcelpls at New York nggrc.
galPel R.U'1,0111) an lnuense of Hliinoo, and
at Chicago, R,17J,oo0, un liicreasu pf RJ3,tji,
Suit tile at S. tloiiepli,
St Joseph, ilo , Aug, S.(Sieiilal ) W,
A lleiiedlct, well known here, shot him
self fatally ut his homo in Wyntt puk
to-day because of ill health and tin medal
tioubles. Reforo bhootlng hliu.ilf ho look
a dose of lodlno.
Madrid, Aug. 8 Premier Canovas Del
Ciibilllo, in un liilervievv to-elaj-, said that
tho hp.inlsh government vviib prepared to
ellspaleh IHO"! trooiis to Cuba f ueces-burj-,
adding that the rebellion would bo
orubhed before the end of the jeur,
A gai-oliiio stove cxploiilon called the
file department to No. 7ml Kast Klghtli
gtret-t at k:ij o'clock last night, No dam
ogo wab done,
A special from St Paul says thut Clint
NLkells' and Mrs. Maude Graham passed
tbiough that pluco last Moudaj, en route
to Prance, wheio they Intend to live In
futuie. Mrs. Mckells was divorced and
later married Clint NlckclU. Tho supreme
court ot Dakota annulled tne decree of in
voice Maiy Lamb, a well known character
In the police loutt, vvub arrested last night
by Ofllters Caskej ami Ticahey. ut Fourth
street and llroadwaj-, on a warrant Is
sued jcslenlaj forenoon bj'. Police Clerk
vv imam-- one is marged with
arged with a felonlotib
uupes, ot no. 701 w-j
assauu on r loreuto
HOW AN ADVERTISEMEKT
SAVED A 1MIA"S LIFE.
rrn-miL to ots tint -ifAr4 1
ferocl with icinolo troii-
I tile. I was so lnd that.
I was cotnicllcit tn Intro
ft!ltAnro from ttie bcJ
to tho chair. 1
Irlcil all tho doc-
Inn and tliA
I meillclnoj that t
over Iho rfcr,
I taw tho offrrr
fltfrnnif of your
J notildtrvlt. I
1II1I n. and fnu ml
relief. I was In hod when I nrt bea-n to
take tho Compound. Aiicr i.ihinr; tour
bottles, I wad able to ho Up and walk
around, and now I am doing my hnmi.
work. Many thanks to Mrs. I'lnklnm Ru
ber wonderful Compound. U aved my
llf.."Mp.s. It sTTH.MAi-At's.lSl Notth
Clark Street, Chlearjo, III.
Moro evidence In favor of that nrver
ftlllnr, femile remedy, Ludta E. 1'ink'
bum's Vegetable Compound.
Ftmotis for Its henlth giving waters. An
Ideal summer resort, Cool bree?es from
the pine covered mountains, Heautlful
scencrj'. Pine hotels. Write to Georges M.
Walker, proprietor "The Mansions" and
the "Manitou ltoii-o" for rates and othtr
AT THE FOOT OF PIKES PEAK.
ANOTHER SUICIDE IN TOPEKA.
Iho Llevrnth Case Mine Lust May Is That
of W. I. MtL'lttri, Who Killed
Himself Visle lllilj.
Topekn, Kas., Aug. S. (Special.) The
body of W 1, McCltire, a j tiling man who
has. been seiving as day ntir-.ii In Chiist's
hospital. In this city, was found on tho
li ink of the liver at the outsklits of town
to-daj bj some bojs, who were llshlug.
It wai plalnlj il case ot Miltldo, as Mc
Cltire had removed hit coat, folded It neut
lv, and laid il aside with his hut and cane.
He left the hospital on MitihIiiv morning,
since w hen nothing has been heard ot
him lie came to 'iopeka from Washing
Ion, Kas , and had been emplojed nt tho
hospital for live jeuis. The hospital peo
ple can osslirn no reason for Hie act. Thit
is the eleventh suicide in T'opeka slnco
i:,isy Mrthnds bj- "t lib h Counterfeit Coin
.May lln Ilfleeteil.
Trom tho Bulfalo L'xpress.
It Is not surptislng thut the business;
men of Buffalo have counterfeit coin
passed upon thcin. Tho warnings given
out by the officer-, of the government
that dangerous counterfeits .ire in tit di
lation seem to have fallen on heedless
ens. There is nt present in clrculitloit
In Buffalo and the 4.111 rounding country
.1 very good Imitation ot the new halt dol
l.us and qu titers, of 1S9I, nnd, unless .1
person Is an expeit In telling countetfclt
monej he it. llkelj to bo caught with Ona
or moro ot them.
It w.ib a few tlajs, ogo when tho wilter
navv one of them in .1 business house, vvhllo
tho ptoprlctor was reidlng a lecture to
tho employe who w.ib supposed to h.ivo
cashed it. Tho coin was pindticod, oud all
1 .resent united in sajing that, although
the countetfelt w.is clever, no one ought
to be deceived by It It was bright, but
It hud the gieasj feeling that nearly nil
spin Ions coins have. It was llghtei In
weight than the ordinal y half dollar, nnd
the letteilng find lalstnl work weiebluiied
The conversation ovet the coin caused
some speculation about the readiness of
business men in taking monev of the kind
and an experiment was decided on file
coin wns pi iced with other coins of thn
same denomination, and was put thtnuglt
its coutsc of sprouts In twentj places, in
nineteen ot the places It was t iken with
out -.1 question mid placed In tlm eli.iwcr,
the change being given le.ulilv.
In e-ach ot the cases the man who took
the monej was surptlsed to learn that he
had taken a b id coin, and in one case,
had it not been foi tliei vv Itness vv ho, as,
n. matter ot piotection to the man who
vv.tb making tht test, was sought befoie
the coin was. pas-ed the 'Oin would novo
been lost. The manager of the house was
ready to bvvc.ir that he had not taken the
monej, but he was eotrv luted hj the wont
of his friend that he was misiikoii, ami,
us the bad coin lay 011 top of the pile,
nnd was des-crlbed so accuiatelv, he was
compelled to admit that he was easj
One of the men on whom the coin w.11
passed was asked to give small 1 h.iuga
lor it and entiled It about llftj feet be
foie he placed It In the tlnvver from
whlc li lie bioughl a handiul of nb keK He
was compelled to admit that he was fooled
In the monev hut got out of 11 bad coiner
bj -ajlng tli.U if tho monej had been
ptoffiieel bj n stranger he vvould have ex
amined It more closclj
That is one of tho reasons, probablx,
vvhj thete is 'o much spurious nionej in
circulation Tho monej in ij be taken m
bj accident, but it is thrown. In a dntwer
ami soon foi gotten, with the result that
somebody gets It who m.lj be arrested
foi litteilng eouiiteifeit monej 'Ihe man
who Hist look In the spurious half doll 11
and who prolforcd it tot a test of other
busluesH men icalled the fact tiiat a L
men are human wnen ne was le.nij to
give change 101 the same coin and slid-denlj-
retognlrud the tamillnr look on li
,si:i:n on rkick walls.
A 1 rost-llkfl Coiling Appears Aftet n
rrnm the Chicago Record.
People feel tpvoial degrees cooler during
these hot dujs when thej biolt up nl the nf.
lice buildings, in which led ptPssed brlPk
in iko up tho outer wills. I'aeh of iheso
ItullilliihH Is covcml with .1 line sllveij
whlto giovvth of pice Ipitate. Piont Is u.
millj given ciullt fot all such displays, hut
tltico tlin squall of Huiid ly week and the
electilcil cllsplaj which au ompitileil it
bomo oilier fatten or agency has set llsclf
up ns a ilml of .1 irk I'rost
Thm I lyer of vvlille hitms to foim llrst
nt tho edges nf tho hrb k, vvticii! tho moi
tar shows Spi ending fiom there, It grail
inllj' begins to cover up tho whole Illicit
Hj some It is said 10 bo n fungus growth,
but titheis say It Is oulj a pieclpltato mini.
cd by tho chemical action of the mortar
upon ceitaln ingicdtents of the piesbed
Whatever this covering Is, It Is almost
unlveisil In thn downtown luiblness region
Tho Pair stoic has. tho thickest coveting.
This bulldliisT Is almnat puro silver while,
home of tho other buildings upon which it
may bo seen nio the Rookery, the Ponlind
block iho First National Hank building,
tho Women's Temple, tho T.ironu bulletin-,,
thn Hotel Grace, the Illinois N'.iijondl
Hank bulldltig: the Hartford building, tha
Insurance Kxchango building and the Teu-
B. S. Kimball, vice president and general
manager of tho Hjdraulit 1'reaj Hrltlc
Company, said jebtunlay that tho whlto
coating conies to press brick nt certain
soabons. "The last tm all the building-!
were coveted wiu lu 1S3I," he bitid "Tho
coveilng came Just after wo hint 11 fearful
elettrkal storm. I hoiked thut the pres
ent toatlng began to form Immediately
alter tho big storm of Sundaj week, u
teems that heavy ( U-ctrlcal btotms havo
Bomethlng to do with It, but just what It
Is I am uuablo to saj 1 have noticed that
brick made from elaj that ovetlles a toal
deposit, and In which time Is moio or less
sulphur, are mot apt to show the coating.
The nwrlar has something to do with il.
for you can eeo that the toatlng tirst shows
next to the moitar,
"You will notice also that tho buildings
at tho Mccormick Theological semlnuFi
are not touted," he continued, "Out theid
they put on a coat of linseed oil cvety tlueo
or four yean. Linseed oil Is said to be a
sure preventive of the toatlng."
A Pair Partnership.
New York Weekly: "Roy, there's a dime
museum somew heie nroutici here, t un, er!
stand. Do ou know whero it Is.'" u""tr-
Eet0m' ' ' Wlh l hud u dlme '-
.,iUn?A,7;,iTO.ls. ?!-"-'. mo to the
Roy-'-All light 'Tlmt'i u fair nJr(
,t ,i?obVA&,."h --W"!. Snryss
-isffVit.TiJ- fo V
7 1 j' .T
- iiji V1