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TJIM KANSAS CITY ,IOCUi.f Kill DA V. (XTOUUR 1, 189 J.
TO FIGHT AT HOT SPRINGS,
ni sn t'ATitiS .t Minn-man i:.
IHI.MKI 1 'lOHAHl.t:.
(lotrrnnr (hirkp III t'iinentril tn Abide
hj- thr llrtlslnti nf the t ntirl" Cor-
bttt Arri tf d son" to ttniki,
n 1 " t Cnie,
Ir .1 Spring. Ark , Oct. IT. An evening
oimmtirlred the Corbett-Fitit-it'rr
tip to t o'clock Hit oven
r I ii hitch s to the agree
v n the print-lpols, the indtca-
nut Corbet, ami Fltmmoii
1 1 it glove contest ill hl city to
uneriority between the Io.
tiletrt status of the situation
ii here, in view of all eonetirfrfit
ii 111 'onmeiil hy the protnolers f
i further effort to bring the men
i i ler mndllton which are pro-
' Hi" law of Hi Htntt. ehtMifft
' npct of the time from a legal
.md so far n offli Itil IMterfer-
i niiM If, as they now propose,
i i 'hull Ik a glove content With
i ,' attire i !lmlnl'-(1. It I not
v . ir,a intern rcn e cm be pn-
1 1 re Is no statute Against the
t -t In this state, Men may box
1 v i ' t finish IT It In not under con-
w' It. within tlio mi anlnK of th
i iiiiiinvt "prlBe lighting' would
n a tight. The) rannot box. of
1 i i i r w or purp, but thy can box
.- i nion, to which fin ndmittajiep
' i ed. They may bo employed
elve tin h nn exhibition Hill
i Moti'.nny statute When tin-
rule examine the law, l hey
. discover Ihut this U the Clle.
'i conditions li.nr to be u h,
"lot to rniiti vlrtuully the same
i i fv fight mntrat-t,
i local authorities toncltide that
i mn be brought off uniier con-
ti will not mrrant intertVr-
i wiU take place, ii'tles the prin.
ii of them should decline to tight
r u i arrangement To such ft mil-
will not and rouhi not be nn
r' rent bs. force from state nu-
i'. te of tht minty
i iirk, il-tled the , It)' rester-
ilted With nfil inls ftnl rlti-
M n tTie Klttiation. While firm
c rtlnit thnt ht rnmltlon wj un-
iwis nwer In n Iw-tter mooil
tnnip The ronf-r-n eq wprc
!ctl floors a thtiiK ever un-
w "' " ml where ojv-n qtieiitlon of
! ' in' ri are tr b dln-'unfeil No re
) r-i ii a Imittcil ami icrers' was en-
I n th favored ones present Htit
t' i 1 win- b iltofl out, nt nil tnh thlnpe in-
r .lj . ,ii4fl the Xi-wB l wftrranteil In
i iu, i. horltlv'lv that, while asserting
1 tolerato no orsanlzed pltn
to i t tit town of tho slite. unJ. wlule
t t it Know the illfftrenee. If an,
ri i ' il itnmlpntnt bnn'n a plove
t t t r I t prize llRht. the mnernor t-
I i , i i ' r the whole question to the
It l t inrtties for iletermlnnilon onJ
ii' i t '.i Ir at (Ion. In th- eviit JuiIrc
, til i r.n ttimtnatlon of the law eon
cl t r no vloliitlon -nirrantlng Inter-
r n o i ! tentlpil. the governor notibl be
Fiit.itlP I ii l In n vent no it.ite intfrf'-r.
IJ ' mterpo-tt unlei"!! the coiwi-
f I r
n-MiM of thl county houiti acK
-i tann- In thN "nogttlon the
i i i ivtloiiabl rtands fqiiarolv
rl tqirn the consttttttloti nn'l
f tje tte, ami In purMtlns ft
're eottne, e-t'-ept tllKjn dtiOT
t 1 Mil authorities refused to culm-
he 1101111! he usurping pow
1 1 nto I by tin: owinlc or ctatti-
' tilt' Stlltf
laalnut James J. Corbett wn
11 Jit-lice Klrk" eoiirt at 2
- afternoon. It rhargps that he
ni t 1 r
1- 1 1'
for 1 ''
ir r 1
O- I U
1 t 11, ilr Is cnn-plrrnsr anil n awut
nnttt .111 unlawful aswiult ujn the
u or one Ben ntzKimmon. 11 wa
1)1 1 1 ! In ih.' liaiiilK uf Kherttf lloupt, who
r l'ii "i ' 1 ine Arnnicioti ii-Jiei itnu wnwi
' T' w i-r.int wrk I mhi eel a.t the Instance
uf 1'i-w 11 m if Attorney C. V Teosne.
rer 11 1 u bninKlit Into eourt by the
d f' 1 I the prDfcoi-urlnR attorney askeit
1 ,it put under bond to keep the
1 Kirk' made th- onlei as
n iu- the bond at JlfrfltW Corbett
r P ihi- liuti ! un 1 h! attornt vpi.
1 1 t!rc-n's, will ue out a writ
uruus askltiK for his relm-e
If'ne the question 'up for Judicial
- tt win ther a plove 1 onteit, iueh
w pibpotevl, will be a violation oc
GOVERNOR CLARKE'S POSITION,
Wliili Hi Mill nt t'nillllilt Illtuoilf, ll l
Ktinnii 'I'lint III" Mew Are
Pfk Ark, Hit IT The rhanees
' 1 1 1 1- at Hot hprines on October
1 1 ubett md riutimmons np-
I ' 1nu1.l1 lirtKhter to-nlKht than at
t 1 itnst the pnst few day. In-
1 1 now seem that the only ob-
o uf tilt nie"tlnK In a fflove
- i" "-Immoim' i.tpreMsed deturmi-
t ;ii 1 " reviHei arUtiles.
i from Hot
. in e with the
11 on tin gov-
-"- in Is no 0110
1 1 nor himself
1 ., nn the sub-
U 1 1 l ml to his
si , 1 n ir merely
h 1 I ! in r-
I itimidipr Oen-
II If 11 present
- t onlmlttea
tt i, 1 subject of
l - 111 ' Kindred
Ii ,'tnt rnor cle-
t 1 - n-'lon has
I fi nnte be-
I 1 li iml it 11m-
nf ' Hi-ti, All be
m n nu Sv, remained
II ' in u to let the
'hi ' w rnor bald
1 tint a cot-
hi reeonl as
tlie stale and
- upon that
1 t was. ar
' 1 till Slil en
1 1 1
rn r f'tarkuH
i-IN 1 peoitle 10
ll 1 I l Im IiIih) to
IN I ' B'lif ttl ittIT
1 1- tt 1 on a writ of
1 1 , ' -leinii to be
t ' 1 it there will
r I ' 11 ihe part ,if
r r 1 n - -Inir of the
' " i- 1 1 i in Ii 1 il deontru-
1 1 vim; in Arkansas Is not a vio-
ii lm- On the other hand
ill fjovernur Clarki still ad-
1 urmlna'lon to stop the con-
) nut tin U-r nutborfty of the
itlnK the writ of habnitu ror
- ill liidlHiiry and epcutlp wU(
t eontllet, and, as atated in
. hes lam ntirhl, trouble of a
i- mlh weuv This, how-
ins Improbable as tt la kimnn
' bt that BrlKudlbr rh-m rl
illy Is far fnm ennci toilnlnif
of the siliittitl m lli.ii lil
U ws would eem t Inditate,
wool I uf coiirsi. do hln duly
1 I upun lis itprsnnut f linya
I 'i i.r should not lie overlooked In
ri f In- si tuutlon
it 1 T lor iu 11 in 'hnve usrd bis
1 If at Hot Sprint with (juv.
- f 'ive III nersualfntf the ifovertmr
tit iu inat'h )s nut to be regttrd(
1' lit TV t-eiurol Is said to be
I I n -i 1 f thii manly art himself and
v 11 11 led to yt'ltrUf the Oout be-
I 1 IVVUstullttt Ail nn ln,ll, nil,...
I I ylor's feelini; In the nrent
for by flolfrrnnr
Mir that th
if ihuomphd at Hot Spilnm
tlMtiill J J. C'orluiti: on fint bMa
v "! (
t 11 ii. r .Vt'illlmn . Hrady on the
T t,uid sn-m from looklnif over
11 to-ulvht that ilio com ts win
t' e v 1 le matt' 1 mid ih it nn ti-oulite
The iH-opla In 1 Hartte of the
1 iWHtarnl ituHr Intention of
1 the Ism. and if the writ of lia-
i- in Corbott's caau be ri-fusil
f tt will ery Hksly be dut lared off;
, runted the contest will ul. place,
'Iroillin.' "it .sini.-iiit, lii,
M 1-- Oet IT -3 class; paeUKf
in tlr.t, ku"0mI and fourth iwt
T in. IT, i 111-... 2 IHi, J'Hyl
1 I ,' Time,: IH.
c -- trot (unflnlsbi d) 1'iluce I,v
' llr-t and thlrtl heats Tim.
'. 1 Ka ie Mac won feeonil and
T,u, -&. S"i! l" V W't0
11 'i nn! fifth Time t UVa, I J.
1 - (1 1 HnigSfowji. f'atnlpB unji llrsv
. ii,. ytnii It, woo ssconil.
Kt-sglK at i urn Hi.
Ir 1 Oil 17 -J'lrst ri Hie
' f r in.' I mr 1 Mil, won
f - I n I, til. 1 I, 3 to I,
Mr I -l
I rur ore 1, "Up Sail'e.
Jin 10 i, m 1 U " u to t nd, l.
V r i" t. o 1 It'-1 flu t I
T f 1 f' 1"'" at I .1 l.l'f I irtintt.
S. ll, Shirley, f la I, non; Boh Warner. i
s0 Y6MC3 4 tit blAMMKUi
n"i won, t'Jfir" nt, necwnil
nt j tin--,
ti i. in ri Tim l ,'i
nrih rn. i--5lt fnrlohir 'ii'o, 10 tfl I,
Wtn V'lUf. to J, -tinI, i:-ell Ii 5
to 1, ihir.l. Time, 1 U
YESTERDAY'S JIACE WINNERS,
Hob Chtniprlt Itril IINtk loin and I'iiM
llnr In 11 tli ml and llrad
The following are (he reulM of vpter
dnv's races at I.tpi.iltion lumps; park:
first race Kour and onr-hulf fiirlon!
rat Stanton A Cn 1,1m, chap, P9 f.Ma
ron). 6 10 5, won, t'onivo Pb'h. 101 (Slnle
loM, S to 1 srifind, Pulpy W, jnfi (Cert
tnands). 3 to J third Tltlie, ft 87 Trcd ,
Motifilaih llfll. , General Miles, lilmbef
Jim and KniTi Reauly alo run
BeeoHil raw -ri)e itnd one-half furlonffs.
I' II Kllies Adelina, I0B (Mrlntjre). 1 to
B, iin, ,MI t'entl, hV (flormali), I to fi,
seiontl; rtlmsinne, too (Mason I, t to 1, third.
Time, 1 )i. Vleh. ldy Uatewood and
faille Hue nlpo r!i
Thlrdraiegj. furloim's. L J Penr
dorT's Benntor Morreli iu ffrrdlp), to 8,
won, Mnrnon, J ! ttlrerni, it to I, seeond:
fli rf, 91 (Mnsont, . to P third. Time, t-JTH
Airs S and Vampire slsn rah.
Tourth tape Silt furlon-. It. T. Tttin
hels" Importnnre. 110 (J, IMMs), 6 to 6.
won; Sam Farmer, tin f.McIntyrr, peennd;
Victor Jt , 106 rftrtjtMon). to 1, third
Time, 1 lU. lony Hob, Arkansas Trav
eler, Jet old and I.el. Jennlnp also tan.
Fifth rare-F'He fltrlonm. Sttlbbs Hros.'
Hob t'lnmpett, 1i (Maonl, even, won;
Itlark Tom, 1l tHiljol S to :, necond; Post
Hoy, m Uohnmitn S to t. third Time,
lot. Baby Hucktnn, Twltlitht, H'fperln,
Thtirman, Cloe ami Mitchell also ran.
I lit rip" for lo-iliil' Iture.
rollowlnir are the entries and weight
for to-day's rm es'
Vlrst rai S' and one-half (urtons
rony Hob. M3, Torn rnb, 11. Nellie Ji , KC,
Iink, OT: Jess Math'-ws, lot: My Inrl. 101:
llarpool. in, laimberttne. mi.
Swottfl race rotir Hiid one-half furlolii'.
Peddler, Iiti. Ind"pemlene, V7: Nnpolttjti,
U, Ijlmlsv Jim. 110; 'lek. ioT' Sam ftrown,
111, Mountain llelle, 107. Uttle Pick. US.
Thirl ra' I'lve furlonas Host Boy, lnS;
Mnch"li. I"0. Montt-lla H' Uttle IUI. 105:
Soin Parmer, lm, floe, 0"i; fnirie Ander
son lofi. fon MePweenev, lffi.
rotirrh ru e Seven furlongs Joe Court
ney. l'T. Artliss. I'M Vlletta. 3N. Herwyn,
101 Anelle. 117, Alonza, 101; .SouUiornost,
104 ltnrrlon. ll.
rifth nit-e Six nnd one-hilf furlonjrs
Imrwln Wi-ilpi-wooil, 1CC, Maid of Ansel.
10; Karl It !, Pannle D , S, Abona Hov,
J04, Wild Arab, 100.
.lupeter nnd I lleninkrr.
At the Drlvlnir lark truck vestenlay the
Madame Marnntette combination of jump
ers irtv'e anothor exhibition , Jupiter ai.d
riletnnKtr Jumped will but no tittenSpt
vi ns mndo to break rords To-morrow
Vllomaker will so airnlnt the world's re -ord
ainl Jupiter M til also Jump.
BROKE A 2-YFARJOLD RECORD.
Totniny llrlttnn 1 urnNtied the '-enimtloii
of the l)n ut the Ipxlugtou
Ituiei 1 ntprdiiv.
Lcvlncton, K Oct 17 Ninth day of the
breeders' meetlm:. Attendance, 1,500;
weather chilly: track fait The sensation
was the breaking of the world's 2-vear-old
race record bv Tommy Ilrlttoti, he lowering
It half a second, trotting the mile In 2.15U.
The Johnson stake, alue LOW, for trot
ters of the 'lit class (two heats trotted
Vallev fjueen 2 2 111
Uilit F 5 12 2 2
fatherlne 3 3 3 3 3
Ulla. Belmont I Hi",
Iron Hnr 1 I
May Day C G.dr
Time-.! lli'4. 2'H, 2-IIVi, 2'1BH. 2;1C.
i 23 clais. trotting, purse, $500.
Tnnnv S 2
Haltullo .,..: 0
Tlme-2'20ia, 2:19H, 2 10"4
a n class, pace; purse, ,,
Belle T. .
,.1 1 1
,U 10 2
.11 4 S
. B T
6 11 It
. S 710
.12 12 12
Hilly niihball ..
Time-2 10S. 2 10U. 2 11M
The Ixlngton smku
Tommy Britton -
Bllver T.ake .,,, ,,...
HiironesH JIarctierlte. ,..,1
,.,-..., .3 3
Time 2iS3, SJIB, ' . ,...
i yi 1 lass trot; purpe, wsiu uiuinisneuj
Pr Hoblnson ,....
McKinney Bell .
I-lund Oirl ,. ..
LUCANIA W0NTHE WITHERS,
qood 1'lBldi Cnutested llu ttneo lit Jlorrli
I'nrk Voiitoril.iv nnd the uort
Xew Tork, Oct 17. The contests nt Mor
ris pink to-duv wire Interesting lis a rule
nnd the att.ndnme was good. In the first
race there wu a big upsBt, fot a 30 to 1
i-hot carried off the money, while the fa-vo-lte
was unplaced. There was considei
.tble plunging on Made Hrlggs to win, his
opening pi ice of 6 to 5 being cut to 7 to
bt They got away with night Koyal In
front mid Muck Hrlitus at the md They
ran In tins older to the last fin long, when
Olffotd hroujht Mnrslnn up with a rush
and won bv a neck from ltlKht Itojnl.
Lampllghtm was bn. kid to win the second
itue while Hathnmpion was second choice.
Btlmat Juniried into tl.i lend and held It nil
lin way. The otbi r two were out of It at
the Hud, Belmar winning lasllv, with the
fuvoiitp lust, although flogged desperately,
Il.niy Heed was hi Id ut 1 in 2 in the thud
riti, with Wnltiser second 1 holne, nnd thus
thy llnishtd, Ricd winning unsllj.
n the Willnrs tik'. I.tn aula was the
favorite, With Poggert seentnl i-ltolee. The
howe got away ptorpplly, ami Puggett 1 ut
out the running. Tiny wnit up In tin bin k
Hrelih will bun' hid and us they tumid
Into the n w innk llutham went to the
front and Poggett unit, In tho last f lu
lling I.iieunia took the e'ad uml hi Id It to
lb, end, Orandywlne getting the place.
i.Qihum llnlshed third Bt Agnes wita a
strong f 11 vorl le for the fifth, hut us she
was a little lame when sh warmed up
Albgro soon bod the place of honor, while
In soniu plati-b as good as ' to I ioiiM
be had against St. Ague, Hon Ami 1, d
the way to the Inst furlong, when St. Agues
111 iu ui num mm won wry casiu,
rimi line Pive furlongs; selling. Mai
lun, 80 to 1, won; Bight ltoal 11 to 1, see.
ml Roundsman, S to I. third Time, o ut,
p. mud rice )ne nillo and a fuilong
Five .furlongs; selling,
Helniar. t lo 1. won: Hi tlmmnmn i 1
seiuinl, Lamplighter, 4 to 5, t lilt ill Tim'.
Third raciv Six furlongs' selling. Harrv
tent 1 to .', wont WaUaer, S to 1, scion. 1
.Won t. to 1, jAlpl Time, 1 ll.
Joiirih rati-'Ihe Withers' titke: one
nil", I-Uiania, t to 6, won, llrandi wine,
4 to I, seiond, Ootham, s to i, thlid. Tlim,
rUtti ntceSlx fill longs. St. Agnes B
SS Jo V.n.r'd0".1.' 1 ,$.' NOn GQlf
Sixth 1 an. -One mile; i-dllng tun. 2 to
,...wo"'. A,rttPttl.loeL: to R, (.ixnnd; bm-ond
Attuupt, U to I. third Tliiu., J .41.
Illglilniid Park Minium.
Detroit, Mlih.. Oct. 17,-Tliree f,ioilto, u
kiiiuml cholca and an ciiuidu won the
pur at Hlghliiid patk. to-dus. w'ontlu.r
clear, tta'k goud,
Pirst lun -l-'our nnd pnu-lm( furlongs
Wit h i'.v ,w".,e,M" -Asl"'1" oiid. iVuien
Second tuce-Six ami one-liulf furlongs
IltUii Wleii won, Clifciijhtone, bicond,
'i'lnpecanoii. third Time, 1 21
nun, ntut-nuiiing: ve luuongs. Httth
ven noil! Alatna, wcond; Kdltli, thlnl.
Time, 1 l
Kuutth race-Five nnd one-half furlongs:
,1.t0'"ie.3.a?1."i0"v,M1'sfHui'" , "i-ond,
The Kfl thlid Tlwe, 1:U
I'ifth nc One mill Jubllus won: Mu.
nil,- Sullivan, fcntuud, oung Atlon. thlid.
Sun PrauiUro lluna.
San Pranc'sco. O t 17 First race Khe
an 1 a In If furlongs, s'lllwg I aat Chan, e
w". Alount Hoy, secon K Mosby, third.
ni I iaee pive fiirlonVs, gcllingj 3-
. -' " laiuuii .ll,,
on 1, K-ttnlnn, ibtrd. T'nte, ll
'i'hlrcl lace Jhc and it Iu
. . 1
Igooan 111 .Nev jftiwy, ivitruvWtt ua vu-,
nva v .... !. -.f-w- s. j
to I, itoifl; lr. Ortrnett,
T me, 1 1 1.
F wHh ro-Sl fiirlotiST
J- 1 irnl I rrenedirv nun ltedltlRtolt,
bm jtu! -Iml'nr third Time 1 nT'i.
r.nirih ra 1 even sn-l 11 hair furlones;
1'IIIiis, 2ir-olls .Miitine 3 oil won,
TiIin. seiutil. Utile Hub, third Time.
I mh nee tine m'le ellinir: 1-yrnr-oM
Hoe' I rk won silver, it onl, Ncrvoso,
thirl lime 1 in.
In tht f 111MI1 mim nn tfv.ditv'a efllt
Mnmlp i'iit. a 1'itlifornla brf I horse, broke
lh(., w 1 rl 1
win j a rimrii mi even snd one-nmr
loltic the ilM'iiite In 1 .STt'l. The
ioi"i man tpi iM was 1.IIU, nnd
the World's ppnnfvl tt-ln 1 Si. titn,t, liv l.tli.
Hln at St hotlU last Aulftist.
r lutnlilrii Mlnn llflre.
Olhelntmtl, O.. Oct lT-ttfniln hnd tli" I
-i nn e tarn ot ine ear to-uav jnrie ,
wmp elJt raeep, nm-!j all strletly high
1 Insp In Tiilltlilen. n 1 11101, t nverlnnkpil lit '
the bettor', won the t1rt race handily from
fash Ja nnd HiKkwa. 1'hpre wn
splendl 1 iiani'liesp at a mllp. with Flatt
ers, lintidonvly won h Pinion M" In I IH,
the top welsh! The best Mild of the ipar
of !-"nr fill IIIIIps ner sein 111 the West,
went 10 the post in thi Zoo Zoo stnkrs
T. W, Me bow ell's flracectrldii won It
rathfr pll at the pn I. The time, 11',.
was n very fasl paie ret the track. Tin
wpthpr wa t'prfeet and tln atlpmltinrp
-erj larsi In Ihp seiond line, Mnndsoine
WHS hli ked b) llnllstotie at the post He
was vMiisid sniljtweiilv minutes sllowid
for a ni w book aurnmiirles.
Ilrst laijj-l'ursp, one'inlle ntid Pven1
jards Yo Tamblen. I to 1, won. fash Pn,
1 to.S, second; Iitukwn, 6 to u, thltd. Time.
Seiond taepPelllni!; one mile and (wentv
v ards rppper. 3 to R, won. Hailstone, t
lo , second, Ilellct, I to 1, thltd. Time,
. Thlnl race Handicap, one mile Pinion
W, f, to 2, won, Ijglmrt. IS to S, toml,
Tree AdMcp y to 1. thild Time. 1 lti
fourth rnie Zoo Zw stnkp": for 2-year-old
fillies, six furlongs, worth to winner,
t.ljril tlMtiidal ,1,1b I, ,h ,. a, l..,,M I
,." jim ckii iu,, ji , 1, t, vit 1 a,. ,,-
grand. 10 to 1, second: Mobala'lta, C to 1,
thlt I Time, i-lS.
1'lfth rape Purp, five and onp-hnlf fur
longs Judgp Penny I to 1. won, Itohmder.
5 to 1. n-ioinl; Itnmond, I to I third
Sixth jiupl'tirse five nntl one-half fut
longs SalVBble, 3 to 1. won; Ben Ifolladav,
.' to 1, setond; Fir Play, S to 5, third. Time,
H Inner nt M t.oul,
Bt Jjotils, Mo, Oct. 17 The nttendance
was t-ooit and track fair. Most of the
finishes were tlo and exciting. Tvo fa
vorites capturtd events, while th remain
ing race were won by eeond choices.
Plrst rati Thirteen-sixteenth' of n mile.
Hlbernhi tjueen 15 to 1, won, Pondest, 6
to 1. seiontl, Johnnie McHale, o to 1, third.
Tim, J t.'.
Second race Thlrteen-clxteentlK of a
mile. Uinv Inez, 5 to 1. flrt Schiller, 4
to 1, setond, Hex. B to 1. third Time. 1 2Ht
Thlrtl race One nnd one-sixteenth
mile rTrensut-er even, won: l'onchway, S
to I, second; Hed Cap. 2 to 1, thlnl. Time,
l')urth race Peven furlong" Pon Carll
lo, .1 to J. won; Iottle Mills, 12 to 1, second,
hlnda, to ?, third Time, 1 "7,.
I'ifth race- One and one-lxteenth mlleij.
John I II. key. fl to 1, won; Probaco,
3 to 1, second, J. P. B , C to 1, third. Time,
1 Pi a.
Sixth nice Selling; one nnd one-fourth
miles. PookstM.Ur, 3 to 1, won, B1U Me
KpiizIp, i to 1, s-econd. Clce!, 11 to 5,
third. Time, 2 '0,
BICYCLE RACES AT DENVER.
Until n tru il t'nrrled HT the l'rlnelpiil
Opmi l.n ut in I Ilia, it,
Denver, Col., Oct. 17 About 8W people
attended the opening do of the National
circuit T... A. W. races held on the Denver
Wheel Club's track to-day. Tho tra k on
which so many world's recnrils were mnde
hist year was in perfect condition. Weath
er ftlvoruble C. C. Collins, in the one
mile open, class A, made a sen,it!onal
finish, winning' from Palzell b.v a few
Inches The .main event the one mile
champ oh--h!p will be run on Saturday.
Lee JCiehardsDii inive mi excellent eihlhl.
ition of trtck riding. t
ine uenver cias tt, quad team, stone,
Swanbrough. Dickson nnd Conlbeat, went
a mile In 1 17 4-". redtti Ine the world s ree-
onl from 1 ul First third, 31 4-3, two-thirls-,
' Harry Clarke went against the one mile
unpaced world's record of 2 10 Hat, held by
A. D Hughes, of Denver lie mailu the
distance In 2.o 1-5 rirst third, 40 3-5; half.
IM 1-S; two-thirds, 1.21 1-G.
Otje mllf- nov Ice Puied liy two tandem
toatns. T R. Piewott won; P. P.-Dewnond,
so end; r H. Sprugue, third. Tune, 2:03 1-5
Half mile otien Class B. K C. Hald
won. C M. Murphy, second; T. Coop-i,
tWril Time, 1 03 2-.".
One mile Class A. ouad naced C C
Collins won: ft. A. Dalzell. second John
Ore n, Chevenne, third Time. 2 02 4-5.
beating the world's class A competition
record of 2.04 1-6 held by C. U. Newton, of
Stnftotil Spring, Mass
Two-thirds mile Class H. Bald won;
Murphj, second, C. S. Wells, third. Time.
Onc-hnlf mile Clawi A: 1 IS class. Harry
Clark, llrst, W, i; Peck, c.unnisnn, Col ,
second: Donald McKay third Time, 1 OS
Five mile handb-ip Class A. P J Beck
er now yardii, won: a . Card (50 yards),
second. Donald McICaj (210 ynnls), third.
Time, 13 1 2-5
One mite handicap Clus It. B H. Hird,
St. Paul t yai'ts), won, H, S Hile. Den
ver (130 iHtd), siiond; c 1, HI ma-treat,
Denver (120 yaula), thltd Time, 2 0i) 3-a.
"-e.liilt 1 lllerrio Unci.
ISediilla, Mo . Oct. IT (Special ) The sec
ond annual meet Of the Stdarln Cycle Club
was held at Association park this after
noon Ovr JUO ladles and gentlemen par
ticipated tn the street parade. Half a
cloiSen ladies wvire uioomirs,
were miinv nretty costumes.
nnd there '
Tho races .
took place on tne nair mite tracg. wnien
was In 1 xcellent condition. Time limit was
burred In ait of tho t-vents and no attempt
was tnude to lower records.
Following are the summaries:
Half mile, novice A. E Loomls, Mar
shall, flis-t. John Durham, SediilW, second;
Thomas Donuhue, Sedalla, third. Time,
Two mile handicap J 11. Hull, Sedalla,
first, It. J Hoffman, Sednlla, second; John
Durham, third Time. 0 lh
One mile open J. E Morrow, 'Marshall,
first: O ll Morrow. Marshall, second; II.
J. Hoffman, thlid. Time, 2.51.
Half mile, boys' handicap U L Iitottr,
first; M. hin IglnfiiU, second; E. A. Davits,
thirt. Time, I a
One mile. Srdulia championship J H.
Hall, Ilrst, H. J. Hoffman, second. Time,
Two mile handicap, open J, 11. Morrow,
Marshall, Ilrst, J. H. Hall, aeoond: li, H,
Moi'iow, Miirsh.tll, thitnl. Time, il.ft?
'lve mile linn. IU 1111, open J. V, .Morrow,
Ilrst, J. If. Hull seiond, O II. Morrow,
third Time, II 116, This event fiiraishtii
the prettiest nice of the moet and wa ex
litlng from suirt to tin! -11
The cjvU-rs com ludi d tlie day's fewtlv
Itlea by tt ball nt Aseoilatlon Pnrk hotel,
GOOD WORK AT THE TRAPS,
Ilxeelli'iit ScoiiH Mule nt the Month)
ShiHll iiT the lvlll.:M t Uy film
Some remnikably i,.iod shooting was tlnno
at yesterdii's monthly rnednl shoot of the
Kanstis flt tiun Club at Washington
park. The bltds were 11 strong lot of lly.
ers and the maikMiien wn in their best
form, (ieorse Merman and J K. Keene
tied for the Hist honors.wlth a tlmn store
of tlftepii kills each, whib u number of Hie.
1 onti blunts Killed fourteei; birds The
.... 2I1I22I121III2II II
M. II liuiUwell.
limit , ,
w' 11 nor?
1 McElvancy,. . .,
a j 1. Jiimimni .
II. s. Pletiher ..
(I. H, Carter
P. J Smith . ...
A 11 ijlukiisr ..
,S. SlHUgllltir . ...
J. K. Kri'iie
siindnwn Turk Aiitiiiiui Muting,
Sandovtn l"ark, Mnglan 1, Ort 17 The
Sandown park autumn meeting of tbiee
dajs opened to-duy The Duke of West,
mintt. r'a (linladlita won the great Sapling
plate, l.w bovticlttib, fur whli h fuurtwen
hoi At s wnit tt tht jiost blr P. Juhnktone's
Mill Melo was second, und ilr, L. de
Uoihsehild's (iullsian wa thltd
The Sindown takes was won by ilr. J
liner's Hul Htart, Lojd Allngton's
Chuuli Parade King second, and J. il
Brook' Queen of the Chan- third. This
uvBiit was for toaU of 1SH2, to run ut 3
j ears old, 2,fi) boyerelgns, about ono mile
and a (juartcr,
II tltlniiifu Mioutlug 'l.iuriiuini'iit,
Chicugo, O't 17 The live bird shouting
tournumint to In, held at Baltimore O. to"
Inr U to .11, is ixpnted to b'lng togither
the fort most shots of the 1'nlted Stat, -1
who ex'il at this partb ular spott The
ivint of the loumumeiit will be tht grand
smokeless powder cliamplonshlp liatulleup
for u cup. and u guatuuteed purse of H.Oji)
Among the will known Wt stern spoiuumi
WllO Will L'Q HuMt Will, ,h.. tiileiitl,.n tt.
ftf'tiri'1 Mtivi. ii-- vit..iiiiuiBiijii iiuiuiy mc
ths Xollowlng, w, L. Bhepuard, uh. cing.
Vltwtt I tr tl.halmi..k.lnk..l.tx -. ..I-. .-
I itr.iofflit rlnwrt witn mm tram uo tnn.eijii
ham rhnrlftj IVIIon fhnrles Krrn nh 1
John Ituble of chlfHir, t'lntik 1'nrm'lt ,
the 'tink shot ft nut I'milii ' M tlrimm
II I' t 'ink n' I l"n ' I'tiltttit ir low i
1 linnui" Mat hull f int! an 1 A 1
HoRnttiti", of Autnra. Ill nil will knonii
Irsp olmt Sn.nl nit. i,nvf 1 hhaso
for tin bmiiit of the M "tttti shonit r .
herb Wood broke the record
1'ncrd by llirrp Taiideui. lip t'ntPred the
Maldo I'nrk leu Mlln fniit.n'
In 211 .1 1.
The remrt over Hie Waldo pnrk ten-
mile course recently rt it llshed by rt
Hitthner was bttiken etrtlay by Herb
Wood Hi tinner' record wns .7 1 and fs
t'r lav Wood lowered lln llgures to 28.14,
and with faster pnclng munld probably
tmip gone tinder the &i minute mark
The day was a perfei t one for the at
tempi and when Wood announced that
hn was ready, n few rnlmiti after S o'ebjek,
there was n large nuiwar of intpresleil
whepltnen on hand 1 to him mb the
ifTort Piicpil by Arthur mid Walter Ilrun.
tier he wint nwa.v nt .1 whirlwind pace
Ihn tit tinner bos enrrlel blm to the top
of Htush creel; hill, whrre Os tteben
si hied and Hoj Illdgp imk up Ihp paie
tniiklng This pair cnrtlrl Wood nut to
the turn, but before It m reached he
pulled nnt) from the tnn lem
At the turn he wa picked up by Oar
lletnli rson nnd Jop llotker, who carried
him back to the brldee at a record-breaking
pare Here Hip Itrtimifr bo picked
him up ngnlti and pactd him to th, llnlsh
As the finish line was nei-e! Woo.1 untied
nwav ftnm the tntidetn 1111 I finished nlonp
In W It according to tin wiitihen held by
Albert outtg, 11 It Mair.ti and II K.
Htl'elton lie wns fn h and strong at
the tlnlsh and tbele Is no doubt but that
he eoiil. 1 have done beft'r If urged to thp
It wa a g-eat performance and the rec
ord ptnbllhed will stand at nn rate
until net senon. when a 1. umber of ambi
tious rldeip will take a .rink nt It.
LOOKING FOR A NEW HOME,
'eilrriitloii uf tiun ( tuht Mill llnlld 11
en "-lliiutlng Hark mill Per-
luiinrnt C'ltili llouae.
The new fedemtion of gun clubs I? look
ing for u location on winch to establish
hunting ground nnd build a club house
which rhei; bp a pcnnnnint hnmp for the
shooting organisations of the city.
At .1 recent meeting of the federation, n
committee composed of Pr W, T. Stark.
Prank J Smith, Thomas I" Norton. George
Kn.-er. C P Baldwin. J K Culnotte and
J. Scott Hnrtlsott mh appointed to select
a Ite for the new hooting patk. This
committee will this afternoon vllt n num
ber of pint es along the Kansa. Clt and
In lependence electric line ano villi prob
titdv make a favorable report on one of
J K Clulnotte In now pteparlng plfHis for
a new club houoe. whl h will be 11 very
handnome and comntu Itou building pet
fectl adapted to the want of shooters,
something which the have- never had in
(iiiiinplori lire! nnd Toe M'ulkrr.
Denver Col, Oct. 17 W I. Stanton has
walked P-7 v nrl, heel and toe, olllclalli
tlnie-1 -md Judged, In fourteen and four
fifths eeonds The previous record wn.
nineteen second, held b John Meagher, of
La in retire, Ma.
lilliiti Mliifliiicii Mourn n Lo".
The A.ollan Wheelmrn hnve lot b
doath one of the bright. -t and most popu
lii of the club ineml"- in .Mls Lillian
Humphrxv At a. in'-1 ig of the 1 lub np
proprlate revolution- of regtet and hviii
pathy were adopted.
OF INTEREST TO STOCKMEN.
. SiOCK OP A 1,1, KIMIS IS K11I.M.M1
1 A I A Ll I I, KAIK.
There Is n Pnrticiiliirl.) Xotlc, iildc- In.
ere ibp In the Keceipt" of llorncn nnd
-Mulef, Mblcli Mere I. irgo for
tlm 1'iiit W..1;.
Hor.sos ainl mules as well us cattle,
liog.s and hhecp have been rolling- In Here
tho past week In j.sut prising; manner.
Tho receipts for-the week ending; jes
terday were. 1,735 and a fairly active
movement was had. a number of bu.v
era being in ftom tlio South. The high
prices now being paid for cotton giving
new life to limitation businos and
greatly increasing the purchasing power
of the Scitith and stimulating tho hoise
and mule trade Hut while the volume
of business has been larger the past
week than for some time, riilcos showed
no Improvement but are btill low.
W. C. Spark. Marshall, Mo., vvab In
yesterday visiting hlt brothers.
John T. Sparks, of the horse and
tnulo ilrm, Spatkn Bros., is back from u.
trip to Chicago and St. Jwouis. Ho says
he found the umrk-i overstocked every
where and buvcrs more particular
nlxiut their purchases, than usual.
W. II. Lee, Blue Rapids, Kns., was
here yesterday with hogs. He savs emu
..n.l .u... ..i.. ,.. .. . ..
' 6'Q "'J imr 111 .Ma1snn.11 county.
battle short but us ninny hogs as usual.
m. ouuiey ana v inmm Cox, Hose Hill,
Kas., had in cnltl. mid hogs yesterday.
There was another train of North
western cattle in jesterday and thiv
did wvll Thev wore, owned by W. H.
Wilson and W. c Young, of Shoshone,
Id, They vvc-te billed to A. J. Oillesple
& Co. and ThumiH Trower's Sons. Olio
hundred and thiity-llvo choice 2-yenr-Tt
oner's Sons & Co t-old J07 cows aver
Ing !iC0 pnutids. wete sold by A. J. ailleB
ple A Co. at J3 SO, and ninety older steew
averaging 1,110 pounds, belonging to v.
C. Young, sold ut J3.31. and Thomas
Trowers' Sons & Co. sold 107 cows m er
asing S81 iKunds, fur them nc $2 55.
J. S. Wilson, Langley, Kits., had in
cattle yesti rdaj
J. 13, An-lerfin Coffey county, Kas ,
wan at tho yatd vestorday with cattle
and hogs He r. iirts corn and grass
good In his lounty. Supply of oung
hogs an nvetuge and 111010 emtio on
hand than usual.
Hothpll Hum. Oral) Orchard, Noli.,
were heie ypsludav .with hogs.
C. 1), Mathews, Liberty. Neb., was hoio
yesterday with cattle. Ho says corn and
gratis nro inxir In bin section.
r-ivij Ortiz, M .rartliiPB ami J. A.
rjnllagas. Olrtl, pi .enrmdn estiul.iy
with shf-pp They report a good supply
of sheep in th, ii- taction nnd iloek
uiBstern dlsp'ai. d to hold on to them and
only sell of the lniiefu.0.
D, ,1, Stiles, Linn county, Tn,, was at
the yards yeslerCiy with cattle. He
wivh corn and grasa me good In his
count v and more cuttle nnd hogs than
J. 11. Jennings, Jennings, Kiih,, had In
Mad,, 11 It, il 1111 the Milciwilk,
Tlinnuts Harry a laboring man, tlnught
neliad reacho'l 1 U to nu when lie arrive,! at
the eormr nf Light!) nnd Walnut slueta
at 9 o'doik Ian rlfltt. Ho sat down on
t'i ctub tind pull' 1 off his thocs and care
lully deiH)li,il them In the gutterway.
'Phen he ritinv.d hu coat and, laMiiy It
Into a bull, lal I It dnvvii on the jidewitlk
and used it fui 11 pillow. lie was stretch-d
in ross the walk si.itnd asleep, when a po
lltiman huppened iiliing nnd ai.oke him
At 1Iit Haiti wis Incllneil to be ina-y f , r
Jwiving hi slumbers dlstuibcnl by the oill
cer lie wus tak, n to tlm Cen'rtl station,
but he (otild not u collect wlmihtir ho Ilve.l
In &t Louis, ,Mo or ot) St. Louis uveni'i,
K.un.ua City lit was locked up.
Death 1, f Mr-. Mule (iillilu,
Mrs Susie C.rlllln was found iliad In her
bed in her touin in a house at the 1 orncr
of Twi-ntv.fouith nnd Drinp bHucis short
ly after 7 o'i 1 ' k estciday motnlng At
Ilrst It was supposed to be a cute of sul
tide, Put the ioroner held a poat mortem
ixumlnatlon In the ufteinoon nnd found
that death was duo to pneumonia and
heart fullure She w'ns a houne sermnt
nnd had llixl In Kansas City for twenty
Are unlike, all oilier plIU. No purging or
pain. Act ttin-Liullv nu ti llyer ana blip t'at
m's Little l.lur Pldt One )ill ado
-Mi", I ,.I-i IIiiivi, llir.elf
Mount Washington, Ky Oct. 17. Miss
Kettle Easley, a. handsome nnd highly
cul btvd louiig lady, jl vears old. 10m
mttid Bub Ide last night about 10 o'i lock by
bunging herself faiie placed a rop. ovtr
the limb of a tree, got on a chair, utul.
after placing the rope over h r head,
kicked tho chair fram under her. I'n
icqulied Uo tuuid her to commit the
. l.t, saecona meumet ,-
NEW HOME NEARLY READY,
HHMl MOMI'.NS lllltlillAN ASOUP
lllecsnt nnd Ciiiiiinnilliiin .,irttnrnt1 Coin-
plelrlt I ktiip,pd llutr llipy Are Ar-
ringed--1 lie lii.tllullnn In 1 Hour-
Ulilng ( ondllloii.
When the Young Womtin' Chri'llftn A
so intidii of Kansad City throws open the
do irs of It nllV holne nn itie imiinnA hi, I
thlnl tloors of the han lsome new Antrum
buillinr, 1109 and 1111 Ursnd nvpnui. t'rt-
day ar.ernoon nd evpnlng, Oi toner K. It
will be to pliuw bpfore Hip public the nnesl
nnartcrsof a like assoclnllon In the est
nhd tihsurpAiWr,! bv ant in Ihl. , ountrv.
The room, on tb i,s, ,h . ,1,1. i, 11
mg have been arranged purpowlv for the
occupancy by the Kansas City Y, W. C A.
and are models In every particular The
association has rented the npnrtment for a
period of five ar. paying for th nmp
Lew per annum. The growth of the asso
ciation in this city hm ciuspd the spIpp
tlon of a new home, and a more conven
ient or commodious one could not hnve
been chosen The ftntr entrance from
Grand avenue Is of marble liii.llim half
way up to the first floor, after nh.ih there
are steps of hardwood.
On the second floor of No. 1105. the space
Is divided Into many apartments At thp
fr?m-,w.1" .be e)' pnrlor. furnished In
splendid style hy tho business men of
Ivauteas city. Directly behind the par
lor will be n nadirs room, in whl.h the
Association 1 llbrnrj of 7W volume, mil be
placed Thl librarv has lately beon relti
,?,Lr.,J ,wllh ?" 'olnmcs. the gift of the
Bible cla- of the First Christian chur. It.
I11 tne rtar of the reading room will be
the class, room, for healing the re -Hatlon"
or the thlrtj-two clnses each wr k, nhuh
constitute a portion of the work of the
association In the cM, The chses lire
taught all of the different language-, .cok
ing and dresmaklng. Behind the 1 !a
room ! the general otilce, into whl h the
hall door open. The other rooms can onlv
be entered from this one nnd It Is pislble
rnh, T0'"14'"' "'ho will sit behlnJ a
small desk nar the nitrame. to sec all
K -- 'l,tr on either floor The rooms are
.12 feet and ampl) large for nil pur-I',1'""-"-
The partitions are of hardwood and
...-c-ei Bin aim present a verv prelt) ef-
.O", "e opposite side of the hall l el ma ted
the luncheon room and kitchen, which will
occup the entire 100x22 feet of floor spa-e.
At tne front of the luncheon mom tho
ih!.? low lndow sills will be fitted with
neat cushions and used a settee. Some
M."g 8Zv?.am..W ,ake liimheon ,erv
5'h .ulth th? v- w- c- A J-g ladies in
li.J'V,"-?1 nunrters, and it 1. not tin
reasonable to snj that thl- number will b"
incriased when the new home of the ns)
clnticn I completed. Tht-re Is one thing
certain, the Inducements will be deeldedh
more lnvltiug. N0 luncheons are served to
,in71,ktlilra,fli,0r' here the gymnasium
I L1e,ePfiH,ea' ,R vvh-11 rPanX causes th"
u of "',? 5""K "Omni of the assocln-
feIi,,2p8.,l'",wah t,rlt1e' TlK're tn" entire
rront of the Immense floor space I thrown
Jelin r!f. laWe ha", with dimensions of
nriie.eil, nJere ttilt the J01""1 otnen.
after a bus day spent over the k.vboard
of a tjiiewrlter or behind the count, r of
r.hieRw,?s (ore. ,diport themselves In
r?i n?" n?iJ08el cakl" lo h,r masculine
friend. Ihere she can inca-e herself in
jtmikirboikers and n weater an 1 swln-
the Club Work the lin.l tnnehlnu. e..
'ki with the busker hoiiu nr ,.,11 ,.., '....
Th,s, r.ii,,'e.,vaultJ10"e" lln'1 trapeze bat
,;. Te w' ,h;r'' b" freeuum such as was
never heroic known In an elu and the
11 'hJiiUles, art looking Voreord to It
with manj pleasant anticipations.
ti is tne intention of tin, nsnetn,in ,
iml iifii i.e in. .., , .,rr
Hon lua, u ' -'.."'". V ,'" ' .'-'
... .. .... . .. -.. us uipj iiinie, in lime.
It i- honed for the forma opening of tiie
g)mnniiim, Octobet 20.
,AoV.,0,uch ."',eou"f ''"""es have had
many basket ball contc-ts n the past, It
Is the purpofe of the association to form
regular t.ams and have scheduled con
test, whlrh j will take-place duilhg the
long winter evenings On the evening of
the opening, Mis Mabel Jennise-v. enter,
wire of the secretar of the Y M c A
tind a sister of Agnes Jeiines-XIII1er, of
duss ipfortn fame, will ilellier an address
on ph) steal cultuie, which will be followed
U) an exhibition of wotk upon the new
iippatattis. In the rem- of the g mnnslum
jhne is a room for Mls M. L McLcod
the physl'iil dlrectot and n smnll "lest"
room, which will be llberalls supplied with
com he and lounges, on which the voung
ladles, fatigued with thrlr v ork In the
gymnasium, can rest themselves To the
left of the "rest" room an, situated the
hath rooms, of which there are three. Thev
ure large ond comfortable with tubs 0f
porci lain and shower attachment. There
lire also toilet and dressing rooms and a
large clonk room
The work of moving tho effiels of the
imsoclatlon to tho new qiuirtns will be
begun next week and will lie done with
care and perfection During the past vear
the association has pxpended J'2,nCv in' do
ing gootl and has lereived something over
flrtnii'i. The deficit wns mnde good by sub
sciiptlons from the business men of the
illy. The expersis this year will amount
tn over $1100(1. Put the young Indies hope
to raise the entire umount themselves
without the aid of their outside filends.
Their revenue is conllned to moniv te
ceived from membership fees for luncheon
served nnd various other sourcrs. Dutlng
the past year over lr.0 fiee meala wtie
served from the association's hotel, nt
Woodland nnd lllghth street tt has nlo
nceompllshi il much ood thiough tho of
llee of thr matron at the Vnlon dppot.
The teach, rs lire Piofi ssnr Joseph Hoare,
vocnl; Lula M Huitetllild, Piench; Mrs
A. K, llngllsh, diessnviklng Mrs. 13 D
Hoinbinok. cookriv Maiv Bowles, Oer
man The TnelWh nr 1 Spanish teachers
have not vet breti elms, n. Miss Htmna V
Btnges the general snietury, has cluuge
of the Hlbb. study department.
The nssoiintlon has announced 1 meet
ing nt tie Contes op, rt, lioiiHe for next
Sundav nfi'moon nt II r' lock, whrn Miss
i:ille K T'tbi, int rn itlonnl secuiniy ot
the Y, AV C A. Major Pnvli, nnd Hie
piomlncnt ministers of the 1 Ity will mnkr
address, s The ohjei t of the me, ting Is
to more fullv phuc befote the tiublli the
obfecte rf the association woik and - -
nip a bufei patronage from the )oung
women of lb" city, 'ihe meeting should b,
will attend, d
CHILD BURNED TO DEATH,
nrri,w lSiii,o of 'Inn t)t)iir" rrom lb,.
Burning of Nrgi.uil nn
IMna Van Winkle, Ihe 7-ear-ttld daugh
ter of tx-Pulico Scignitit and .Mrs. W, II
Van Winkle, of 232 McCJce street placed
some kindling wood on a snioldulng lite
in 'the family cook stove vest, rduy morn
ing and then pound t onl oil our the wo,d
hlio was ulll holding the cm above the
stove whin the oil Ignlinl und the tlnnie
1 an up into tlio win, which explode.i.
Tlie burning ll,iul, was thiown all over
her body .iml the loom. 'Hie gt tan
bi r niuliig to tbu slnet, uitli Inr ilothlng
und hi r halt ul hue. In a moment tin
nanus wn eating at the four walls of
th, room. The house wan a two story
I'm lilt in the funic loom two yniiill rlilf-
dien wire In bed aidi.p iirs Van Winkle
was letuinlilg froir .1 grocery stole wliuii
she ww th Humes burning fmm tin, win
dows, She thought ot her two d?iping
ihlldreu and lun to Hie fiotit door and
buret It In. 'lite (Ire had i.iten thiough
the wall and was cut ping toward the hi. I
whn she roin,cil the liitle ones, and can
rltd them out.
Wluu lldna ran burning from the Iioiiko
Mr Harriet Allen, a nilalilior. saw hur
und ran tu her Ubcue. She threw a plci o
of laipet about llfo child and put out the
llumuv But the tlie hud dune its work
Hdria died three hours Inter In terrible
agony. .Mrs, Van Winkle wus slightly
binned on Ihu nuns
Ilia los. on tho building was ntwut S0
iTverj thing In It wiu consumed, together
with $125 in papir money Mr. Van
Winkle had gone lo work In the sotitlucut.
nn lart of the city and did not learn of
tho ilr until utter his child was dcud.
A bid Creeling.
Mrs. Bertha Huns-ell arrived In the city
se-tir,liy from Huiikn. Kas., where she
had bien for two months foi her health.
She was on her way to her home In Haller,
Itny count), Mo , In icspouse to a telegram
iiniioum Ing tbut her husband ha I su.lib nly
lift for parts unknown, tuking her 7-car.
oil child wllh him. Mrs. Uus-ell did not
have money enough to defray her expenses
or buy a lullroui tleka to lur home. She
was taken In 1 purge by tho Humane
ugints. To-day a ticket will bu given her
to her old homo.
. -'-"-tisio ieaiw in me jeginntnir nnd
end of each venr to be entere.riiito hv "
nP,if,mUW-n,n0!"'n ,Nh0 P"-onl7e the g.vm
naslum The cvnotneter will test the
strength of the ch-st arms, )m,-k and legs.
s'?t'-,,ii'.0,MCUTu"L"ut the luns nnl tne
T-i?.iS.l" ,eL,tIe the point of uvoirdupols
rhi so nppllances are amonir the n, n 11,1,,,.
t ..n ,1... -It.
till II..- mill
ew tontrnrt lnde Mllh Morrl to 1'rnl
I. urge Niiiiibtrn at or prr lltith
el for lnp.
N'en Vol k, Oct 17 The settlement be
twpptt lhe new wblskv triMt companv
nnd .Mpr Morrti- nnd Orepfthut cohtmns
nn Itntwrlnnl foiture Ihnl Ims nevel be
forrt Jieen I'rmigtit to the ptiMtc. Mr
Moirla Is tlie Inrgeei oattli feeder In
llie West. It In wtld he feuds ninny
times more cattle tlmn nil other cattle
frrtlers put together. Among th main
penatliiui ehnrgc-i nwde nt tlio time
1 of ""' "hlslty tiltit ltieilgntloii was
lhBl ",,r '" ,h, rfft,r' ,hKl "' s,r
nwi'lj"" l'rel,.ml if the cwnpany
I J"' .i'Ji SL,,rr,!,.n ,,.l"T.Tlh,,ro,n.C","
I r,.,iL11,'"d.n L ,,',nlr',,ct,w.l,M MVM"rii .''."
' ''l" .,0' 'l"1'1 Vf ntl'1' '''r ' hl?
n " "'pr"? ".' ' nm per uikiip r.-r ir
and Atte-rmlf the piofll, on the entile
over M -r head Thl contract wni
chnrgrsl to he fnr bplow the ninrket
rnt nml to hnve been n frnud on Hie
other stockholder, fndtr the settle
ment Jtwit mtidp the npvv company the
Atnerlcnn Splilta -Miiiufncliitlng Com
panv. which Is the sii'ps"f of the o'd
whisky triMUt h nmdp n ci'tilrait with
Mr, MorH by which lip feed, hi ntttlc
in tho distilleries at 5 cents ptr bimhel
for slnpatml no lnti'ret In the tirnllt tn
the now companv. A sum of ubottt f.0o -OOii
wn claimed ngnlnvt the dlrpctors of
the whisky trust for the loss alleged to
hnve been sustained bv the cotiipativ
owing to the Agreement with Mr Morris
Ity the fotltem'nt igreod tirnn between
the npvv whlkv trust nml It ptede
ceor. nil the ult ng".i!nt the Nvard of
the old tmt the claim iu wlile't
atnotint to Jl.fioo 0O have been dis
missed. ST. LOUIS TO KANSAS CITY,
"KAIVs" CIINVVniOV Itl'MtV 10
01'i: Mil I lllll.K 1.
I Ink rriiiu Kin.i" ritj .function to lloldrii
( onil'lrli il It, orciiiilriit'on of tlm
I'nlmi I'm 1IH--I lie I'ulliiiiiii
A111111 ll .Mictlug,
It Is thought thnt by November 1 tlie
Mls-otiri, Kansas & Te.a nillw iv will have
In rtwdltKps the link that will give It di
rect connection between Kansas CIt) nnd
M. Louis. If the connection ! uot'ioni
plete.1 by that time it will be because there
Is a -canity of labor, ns it lnt been 1U1II
cult, the contractor" sn, to se-ure nil
the workmen that could be emplo)ed to ad
innlttge. The addition to H-e "Kntj" extends from
Kantns Citv Junction, a new oration on
tho main line a few miles west of Sid ilia,
to Holden. a distance of thlrti-tlie miles
At Holden the new I) built road contitcts
with nn old illusion of the "Kati" extend
ing ftom that point to Paola, and for sonic
time leased to the Missouri Pacltk, but now
reverting to the use of the ownirs
Prom Paola the "K,tt's' tinins will
conic In over the tracks of the Memphis,
as heretofore, but not as Memphis trains,
as was the co-e before the r, rent ncrn e-
ment between this roml and the Memphis
b) whl, h ench road brings in Its own trains
to tho 1'nlon depot, where each has like
The ptoject of securing better St Iyouls
Kan'us Clti connections hits b, en .1 pet
scheme of the "Kntv" lor some time, nnd
it was the original design to have tills eon
nettlon built much culler With this addi
tion the road has n pt Louis line of 3N1
miles. which makes it a sttong competitor
of tlie Alton, with n mileage of 3o7, tlie
Missouri Paiiflc, with 11 mileage of ".si
the Iluillngton wllh a mileage of 3'1, and
the Wabash, with the shot test mileage of
President's lEpport uml Annual Hire tlon of
Illri , tors.
Chicago, Oct. 17 Stockholders of the
Pullman Pnlice Car Compan) hold their
annual meeting here to-da) Over Ji", fW -
000 of the capital stock was upresented
The ptesldent's tcport showed that dur
ing the past car a conttart had been
made with the Mobile & Ohio railroad for
a period of twenty -live je'its. Tin com
partment enrs had been built during the
)eat for the use of the lompnn). The cost
was $101.-1)1 Tre number of ears owned
and controlled b the company is 2 .".i Of
tluse, 2,.tn3 arc standard and .''si tourist
The number of passengers i.iirUd during
the 5, ..ir was 1,7,501, against 5 2iJ 32J tin
previous var. The number of miles run
was 17!),ul7,71, against 197,407 till la t v,.ir.
The valtii of the manufactund ptodtnt of
the car works was $1,111,555, and of vth, r
industiles. Including rentals, $Wi73, mak
ing a tofil of Jl.ssii.ljs agn nst $1 1.", rn
for the ptevlous )ear. The total numbei of
pet sons In the otnploy of the omp:ui) In
its manufacturing and opeiatlng d i.irt
ments, was, 10,318 and the wages paid dur
ing tho )cnr J5,011,M,".
The number of pi 1 sons emploved for the
previous M'tir was lOA""! und the w.igis pal 1
weie l,9i51S The total iivuiiue was -f.47,C2l,
nnd the total illsliuisemtnti-. In
eluding J2,SS0,Ch) dividends on capital stock
wus $7,137,1. leaving a sutplus carried to
the credit of the Income account of $1 -410,110.
The total assets of the compan)
amount to $t,,7K!.,V' Ihe net sutplus in
vested In assets ot the compan) is Ub.'l)..
I'jS Dltectors weie elected for the ensuing
vear ns follows- Ororgc M. Pullman, Mnr
siial Field, J. W Donne, Norman llllums
and O. S A. .Sprague, ot fhlcigo llnir)
C. Hulbeit. N, w Ynik, Ileniv It Hex
Boston The usual quarterly dlvld, ml ot
$2 pel shaio was dei luted payable Nun tu
ber 15. Tinnsf. 1 books will 1 lose N ,v em
ber 1, nnd r, open November in No ni -tlon
was taken looking towaid the capital
isation ot tlio sutplus.
UNION PACIFIC PLANS.
Tlm Iienrgitnlitlon linn Propositi by tin,
New York, Oi t 17 Tho ) nopals of the
plan of lenrgnnUatlon of tho Union Pu-
1 Itlo railway wns attnounied to-day. Jt
plac, a the mileage affect' d by tho rcoi
ganUitlon of a total of main line of 1,Sj7
miles, Balance due on outstanding land
and town lot contracts on December SI.
ISO), weio $:,1G2 751, and uii"old land grant
lands. Including those und,r contruct,
nmoiinted to C5',t,wl acres, estimated value
$10,35!) Mm The total fundi d debt is placed
at ili),l2S,sV2. The I'xtd charges, and do.
,lti, tlnus fivm net inriilngs Including In
terrst on bonds, sinking fund and govern
ment rxiutrem nts, arc slated in the pam
phlet for 11 pel lud uf live )ears, the aver
age lived charge In Ing Jfl.&rJ.mi. This, t
will show. Is exiluslve of the evcess of
luttuti on the di lit to tho guv eminent,
over the nut earnings applicable und, r
the Thuiman and other acts and of Inter
est on bonds held on mtiln Hue mortgage
trusts, tindi r converse provisions, and of
the, obligations of the railway compan)
under ti utile gunrnntee. Including tho.o
items the tixed and other ihatgiN ptlut
to the stock for the )car Ik'1-', In Ing the
jear Just preceding the receivership, ng
gregnt, d the sum nf $7 1 475, or greater
by f)i,47', than the amount necessar) to
pay the annual Interest upon the maximum
mortgage ueins aim 11111 annual qmuenui
on tho uilnlmum Issue of piefencl stock
contemplated In the reorganisation plun,
.Mil. HUNIINOIXIV.s AMIIIIION.
Ituiiior 'lint Ho W.iiiU to Buy the foluin
I1I11 ,St,.ii,ilili I. Int.,
I3 Angeles, Cal., Oct. 17, Tho Trade
Ilevlew to-morrow will say; "Private but
authentic advices leeched hore to-duy ure
th.i tlhe negotiations that have for some
tlmo issen penning between Sandfoid,
Peity &. Heiron, of New York, and C P,
Humlugtun, of the Southern I'actilo com
pany, for tho purchase by Huntington of
the Columbia bteamshlp line, which rum.
from Now York to Panamu, Is on the
JHiInt of completion and that a controlling
tjansftr of stock in thai lompaii) will bo
tftecud Iu a few di)b Thu imrchuso of
this line means that Huntington has ut
last succeeded In obtaining tho controlling
lights In the matter of freights over the
Panami rallwa). This latter sutement la
also alllrmed here."
WANT Till! Muriii:.ivr.
Tlio .M,iriiiolltan stmt Hallway Company
Has Made nn O'Ttrfur tlm I let trie I,lue
Judge Philips, of the United Btatcs
court, will bo asked to-day or to
monovv to make an order confirming the
bale of the Northeast Kleotrlo railway to
tho Metropolitan Street Hallway Company,
or at least such part of tho property as U
now in tho hands of J. V. limtnlnir -
ipciver tor tlta juxvU-CaukUa iatutiiiiv.
SALES 0P I.YDI.V r. I'lSKUAJl'S
Uiioqitallnt In t'to HlMorjof Mcillclnp.
.. .,.. t It.H.n t'ettt. fill, teed
I 1I011CIJ I.Xri'lllllCCJ J..,.,,.,..v.-
I t'rrciiLtnocs unt strrl
! Kcrrr In Ihe lilstory of meiilcltm I1.1
I thcilein.thil for one particular reined) for
I em, 11c uiea"cs
In tlio his
for It been
o great ns
it i today.
from tho Oulf to the St. Lawrence, emtio
the phd tilling of wont in' stilToilng
relleieil by il ; ami thoimii'Is upon thou
sviiiN of letters are t,ollrln? 'u front
grateful women, saying that It wit,u
and Joes positively ciire those painful
AlliiuMtts of Wiimt'ii.
It will euro tho wont forms of femalo
coutpliliit. all ovarian I rouble, Inll.tiu
itiitlou nml uli'ci.itloii. falling nml ills
Iil.ifciiiciits of tlio womb, ami consequent
spltnl weakness, and is peculiarly
nilspteil to the change of life.
J,! cry lime It will euro
It lits ciroil more case of lcttcorrbrrii
by returning tlio cause, than any letncdy
the world lias over known; It Is almost
infallible Iu such cases. U dissolves ami
expels tumor ftom the uterus In an
early stage of development, anil checks
nny tendency to cinccrotis humors.
"LycUu J3. "rinkliti m's UvtT Pills
work In tinloti wllh the Coinpotttnl, and
are a sum cure for constipation nml sltic
hcadache. Mrs. I'lnkliim' Sanatlvo
AVasli Is frequently found of great value
for local application. Conoapondonco
Is freely olicIled by tlie Ldla J". Pink
ham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass., anil tlio
strictest confidence assured. All drug
gists sell the Pink-ham's remedies. Tito
Vegetable Compound in tltieo forms,
Liquid, Pills, and Lozeuges.
stitiirda) ilatluce und Mght,
HV HDM'IN SI. I!OYi,l.
rnici:s-.-.oc, t.-.o and hi. no.
Tucsdiiy nml A duesitiir. Oil, U3-23.
tn, wo lic uoin'f. it
And bin superb compinr, pressntlng
heats now oa s vlo at box oillce
111 IlovtV I tent C'oiuiMly
A TEXAS STEER.
Sunday Mat Oct. 20,
urt?t spt nit ie
s, 13 ATS NOW ON SAL, P.
TH ST. OP3RA
To night and Saturday .Matinee.
"A ROMAHCt OF COON HOLLOW."
Next week The Beautiful Play
A tale of tho Arkansas hills
If you have nover tried
Pozzovi's you do not know what nn Ideal
complexion powder Is Sold everywhere
I'ycs Tested Trpe. 10:10 MAIN ,!.,
Sill Is fill I Ion Cu ir.mteeil. Iiuusas CIt), .Mo.
Pli: '1 id & ncin-relrionou"
rsiii.il) for Uouorrlma,
i. lint, .spcrmiiiorrtia'ii,
vv lutes, unnuturul ills-
liiinsm, or any imliimnm
tiun Irritation ur ulirra-
ti tn nf in u r e n i, num-
iiioallllEmssCritMiriiRc. brum, oll asinncent.
WSACIIIC NiIITl,0 ECiSI SO,d "f "rugglsSs,
Vutfc V s.x is!? '.'r set" In rliin w rspn, r,
vj'lAl AJi'l lip iivnrmj ,ir, , .1.) ...
ViCiiJi'tt MS Circular wnt on riul
represriitlng about $200,000 of the $200,000
Ilrst mortgage bonds
H h w U-en i.upposcd for soma time that
the Metropolitan company would absorb
this line, us it would make an etcellent
feedet for tho bl- s)stein, It was not un
til uy rmnil) th.i the olliccrs of tho
bU i-ompuii) Inspected the ptopett), tho
ii-auii tn wiiu u iiisiioction was an uirer to
Mr Downing, the mceptnnce of which tho
culled States court has been nskd to ton
llrm Jbibcit Olllhum is res elver for tho
Northeast Hlectrlo railway lntcresis.
Till: Cltl'H'A.VIO.V HLMVAI.S.
Mr. Carpenter Will tupeak To-night on Hm
Uvnngellst O. N. Crlttcnton spoko to a
large meeting nt tlio Independence Avenue
JI. 13. church last evening, taking his text
from Matthew vl:2d: "Hut seek ye Ilrst tho
kingdom of God. and his righteousness;
and ml the-e things bhall be added unto
thee," The meeting was qulto successful
a gooi'ly numbtr rising for prayer, suveiul
of whom stated h deslio to In, convened.
To-nUht at the cMireh J, C.uptntii will
tpe-ak on tho work of the b'loreme Crttten
ton rescue homes in tho Now Vork und
ban iYaiKlsio slums. Tim uddiess of JU
caipeiitvr contains a complete arc mint ot
how the "Home" w-otkers penetrate th
low dives of the Italian and Chinese In thu
two titles, and is tald to bo veiy Intirebt
lug. The Orlttenton evnngollsts held n, ten-ftticee-tsful
npctlngat noun yisterdny nt tho
KnnniB City fctuck )aids, which la'tcil
dutlng the noon hour and icsultul in
awnkenlng much Interest among the block
vards empio)is, A similar meeting wilt
bo hell theie to-morrow ut noon. On Sat
Uday evening there will be an open .ilr
mtetlng at tlie west door of the i ity hull
building. To-day nt noon tho Crltttntons
w 11 hold a meeting from the rear platform
ef ( elr cor at tho Second stieet diiot, an 1
the tegular ufterucion und evening in tlnus
nt the Independence uytnue church.
Two Miner Killed nt Itltli Hill,
nich Hill, JIo, Oct. 17.-(SpeclaI.) Eh-nest
Oeu, agtd 'ii, unit Josh Whitehead, aged
15. (.intillers of mine 10, vvne smothered
to death by dut sind smoko tills uftertuiou.
A wind) shot caubtd tho disaster, Gert
was unman lid und Whitehead wus a wid
owtr. The mitm U damaged to a consid
Sandwich, Ilk, Oct. 7,-13x-Governor Bev
eildue, about noon to-da). began to full,
and to-night Is considered In a critical eon
d.'fl0UwwU,f BrA.e doubts of his ralHlng.
His ph)siclan thinks the end lg near.
Children Cry for
Pitcher's Cat torla.
Kit )J "wT-iiaji
TAW J -Af U
)M I " -W I ki I .LT
1 v3."tSfia5 if
vSiy luuiji), vrj
iVpv ,lmrant-ia JJ
tJS tn to scnatarc
f Srre.tBa .,i.i2tci,