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THE INDIAffAI'ULlO DAILY SENTINEL SUNDAY MORNING MAY 31 1885 EIGHTEEN PAGES.
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"ToSTESM OF TO-DII'S TAPR. lirT Pace. Latrat Telegraph. Sicond rAOC Washington Letter, Epidemic cl Cilne, Amtuemeats. TLe New Resort, etc. Th:2- Par, n. Woman's World, Home Depart meet, a prize esay co ''Houso Clcanli.?." Foi.tth Pace. Editorial aud other original mat ter. FirTa Pace. Lccil Ma ters. New Adrcrt'.se xnentr. , Emu pAC,r.-Our Social LJ.'e. As Others Sea Us. il.icel.iDy. Seyemii Paoe A poeiaby Mrs. Bolton. Wit and Pleauctry. EccialCSo&lp. TLe Call Ituu floats. Iwnrii Pace. Local Items aud New Advertise men's. Nisin Pace. Wants, Tor eale. For Tralo anl other mlcor advertisement. Gool Hje. Col lier in England. The Sunday-school, etc. Tenth Taoe. "Lore or Money." a continuation cf Ctr!es Keado's great story. f mm Pace. Cor Tornado's. A Dead Nov el Ut. Down In Mexico. A Word of Warnla; 2a the PoMoffice. Iliitoryo! the Toronto. iMr.irrii Pa'.k, Mancsp Madge. R.lUlous Intel ligence. Faibloa as It File?, etc. Tiimir-KTit FAf.E. A Decoration Day 8:ory. Kootty Problems. Carious, Uieful anJ Sol eatiec. FdikTUMii Pack Smck'.nj of Opium. Tae r.rk PtlJurc Womsn and Home, o'c. In ti emu Pa.e. The Lone Grave of tte S'aenaa- o'oili, aitcrj by Dun Pittt. Burr. I'M h TAcr, Dr. Talmaje's List Bermou Vsrictlef,. Advertim;Qts, etc. IIxtha Bt i i uve.nt Opening chaptsrs ol "A Faa- V.y Affair." Bt'lectloni. etc. "A FAMILY AFFAIR," Hcih Conway, recently deceased In Italy, and well known as an author of exception mil t bi?ght and intelligent parts, finished, be fore h's dath an absorbing story entitled "A jFamlly Affair." He prepared ltforanKa f liih periodical, through which It Is now aprcsiicn as i lerial, We begin its publica Uoii ii. this issue of the Sunday Santinc), end ita opening chapters will be found with In its rases, Mr. Conway will be re mem. tired by oar readers is the author of "Called Back" and "Dirk Pay." A DnCOKlUOX DAY JSTOItY. Tc-daj we prctent oar readers with a msst cbarmlng Decoration Day story, written specially for the Banday Sentinel, and en titled, ' The Two Old Ladles; or Who Found Vsc!e iicx." Tfce writer, Mrs. Abby D. Uak!nt, of Brazil, Ind., is widely and pcrulsrly tncrrn as the authorof narneroas Inttrr stltc; shcrt stories and of a novel, Hasnih," published some years sgo, illui tralive cf the benevolent purposes of OJJ Fellcwsblp. mmm oncF. Iht followirg are tbe names of tho:o who fcav at various times since January enclosed money to this cilice without giving their po?totl:ce address, and we hsve co means of xeacbirs thera: John 7. Stinson, V. Hinds, Lewis Etiert, J. F. Sailthey, Jiccb F. Baker. Charles iladman, Vf. It. Mctiaoid, Abe Ltughman. THsthroce of Louis XIV. was lately eald fttsuciioa for X2'.0. It Is understccd that Colonel Icgsrsoll has Co; decided to deny tbe existence of Sheol. Ar.oiT i:.CCO letters are tecitved dally at the Dead Letter 021ce. Careless people, we. Mfs Bolton contributes another poeai to lbs Sentinel. It will be found ehe-where la this Usoe. Lit'a h e. Did Congressmen control the leective appointments when Jasksoa was riiildetit? An Important caie was argued in a New Tcrk Coart a few daji igo by a nlnity fire sear old lawyer. Eiset Stephen A. Donglaawai elected, In Illinois has cot sent a Democrat tj the Vnittd Etttts Senate. Tpc lien. James L. Manu, of Greenfield, Ind., delivered the decoration day orition at Cambridge City yesterday, A Kiw Yoxk editor has written ai art'cla cstltltd T?hat Is Lover' The editor in all rrctitUlly TTlllntTsrknow. cr:t;s Trtll targets, If roa eta tzzzzz) ii t ül, r ay yens little d:bb pronpt r: Itc:7t)Bt;r::t tlcrj tacsUlp circle. An o!d resident tpmambers s.n Inci dent Ja bis own butiuess experience whsrein cf rtaln marked cola carna lato his till tbite times in on day. Fbci Poroum now Attends the same church Ja Washington that the President does, acd the members don't seenitoliks it axij too welL Ceseral BiiEnMiNs reputed to be the cbempfen kisser in the I'oited States. It taxes a rxaa who is cot afraid o! powder to deserve inch a title. Coming heme drank three nights in a week la not, according to recent resolutions cf a great religion) convention, sufttclent grounds for a divorce. Ees Ferliy Fcez cills lbs daughters of Secretaries Bayard, Manning, Ecdicott. La mar and Carland who have aot jet enters! society, "Cabinet rosebuds." Coioml IcERsoi.L has & lecture on "Wbat is B'asphemy." As one of the fore most blasphemers of the day, Robert ought to know all about his subject. Not a greit while ago the University of Mitsisslppi opened its dooa to the female tex, and they have shown their gratitude this year by winning all the prlzja. Mi? Clivelakd, the mistress of the Whi'e Heese, Is an earnest prohibitionist. It is doubtless consoling to the traffic and its cus tomers to know that ehe isn't President. An exchange recently printed ai an item that three Illinois legislators have been feend dead in their bed?. It is suggested that this is a great improvement, morally, in legislators. Geneially they are found dead elrewbere. I-vstead of elyly making faces at each oth er, England and France ought to bs clasping hands in the fellowship of ruatuil misery. The cne was driven cut of the Soudan and the other expelled from China. John Bought has been asked by an Amer ican if Kngland would raturn to a protective ta:iff. Hi: answer was "not until the United Ststes returns to slavery." If Mr. Bright in Unded to put it strongly he tsucceded. Ith well enough for Secretary Maunin? torefue tobuy silver bullion when he thinks the ewners ask too high a. price; but be ni usn't forget to bay enough to enaole the m'nt to coin $:o:o 000 per month. The law requires htm to do this, no matter what the price cf bullion. American minufacturers now find sale for their thoes in EruUnd andoa the continent A great deal cf both tola and upper leather is sent to Euiope and eoid at a profit. American facilitifs in machinery and the eyetem cf prodnction cf the solid everyday qualities of leather are admitted far superior to any other in the world. AMonirr. hope of. the Mormon polygaaiists is gene. The decUlon cf tbe United States Supreme Conrt last March took away their hope that the Limunds law is unconstitu tional, acd that they would bs allowed to continue their practices unmolested, Since this resulted so they hoped to have a retreat aucODg the Yaqul Indians of Northern Mex ico, and they made a treaty with them and got permission to form settlements upsn their lands, and a small settlement has al ready been established. Bat these Indians are now reported conquered by the Mex icans, and polygamlsta mast look for some other congenial clime. HUDSON DAY EXPLORATION. Few, pcilmpj, have thought that this Urge body of water wee of enough icaportancs to need much attention or arouse any special Interest. The lint properly organized at tempt that waa ever made to explore Iladson Ihy wis rcade at a comparative recent da!e, through the exertions of tbe memberi of the Canadian Parliament, and ths report of the exploration was mad to that Parliament enly last l'ebrcary. Our attention has been called to the matter through an article in the June number of tbe Popular Science Monthly by J. MacDonald Oxley. Mr. Mas donald dees not conceal his surprise that this mighty expanse ot water, occupytng ita peculiar position, should have remained for so long a tlmo unexplored and unutilized. Tbe gcographeis call it a bay, but it is really an inland sea, 1,00') miles lone, (.CO wide; its area, about 50C0) square miles, or one half as largo as the Midilerranean Sea. It drains an expanse of country spreading out more than 2,00:) miles frcmenst to west, and 1,000 from north to c-uth, or an area of 3.0C0 OCO square miles. Into its majestic waters pour feeders which take their rise in the llockv Mountains on tro weit and in Labrador on the east, while southward it stretches out its river-roots away below the 1 '.h parallel until they tap tbe same lake soorce which sends a t treaai Into the Gnlf ot Mexico. Deiplte its dis tance northward, its blue waves are never bound by icy fetters, and its broad gateway to the Atlantic la certainly ravlgnb'e four months out ot ttcyear, and pcssibly the year rcund to properly eqnlpped steamships. Its depths abound in tinny wealth, from the mammoth whale ot the tiny caplln. Its shores are serrated by numerous streams, eome nai!gab!e for long dfalances inland, and all stccked with tbe tiaestot fresh water fib, and clothed as to their banks with val uable Unit er ready for the lumberman's ax Its islands are rich in mineral ore of many kinds. The country whoss margin its tidei lave is well adapted for tillage and pastar ef e, while alt around tbe region sw arms with animals and blnli whose fieih or fur renders their chase a highly lucrative employment. This Is only an outline of the rs)nrces ol this great sea and the possibilities that it sug gests. HEREDITARY BIGAMY. A peculiar cue that h best described is hereditary bigamy came to light in Brack ton, Mas?., a few dajs a?o, Oa the '-'31 of January last, a young gl1 who gave tbe name ot Emma SluJIey and a man named Eldrldge married, and after the ceremony toaided In Brockton. Some time afterward a letter w&s received by the husband from a won-nn In Hjannir, who claimed that Kami Bindley was already married and had not si cured a divorce. The letter was from, the mother cf husband No. 1, and the young wife on being confronted with It denied any previous mtrrtxi. bat her husband, on leciirjup thj citt;r, f;zad iti t.i c;t enly had a legal husband on Cape Cod, bat Lad been convicted in the court of Ryannis of Is fidelity to the marriage relation. The giil baa since been placed in a Ilabn insti tution. A peculiar feature of the cafe is that the woman's female ancestors for four generations ha?e been bigamists. MINISTER DENBY. No appointment made by the President will receive moie hearty applause than that of Colonel Charles Denby to the Chines Mi'tion. The rraJers.ot the Sentinel are al ready aware cf the hJgh estimate in which he is held by this raptr, and this Is but the ifilectlon of the admiration Colonel Dtnby enjoys rem ail who know him. A lawyer cf well cVerted repute, he is a's a e;cceufu! rxan of affairs, and so genial, slo cere and b!g Lcaitei a man that his prefer ment will he C37d!ally ?r.dor?ed by his fel- lcw-citi7ns regardless of party. It mi; be tald Trithcnt qualification that no citizen of tbe United States is core nobly cquippjd fcr representing his Government at the Cccrt cf the Children of the Midnight San. THE EPIDEMIC OF CHIME. We present two papers this morning upon ''The Epidemic of Crime." One a rejoinder by Mr. Stackhousa io the argument pub lished In last Sanday's Sentinel by Hon Charles H. Itsave, cf Plymouth, Ind., aud the other by a new contributor to the dis cission, M. W. Cirr, Eiq., cl the Santine!, We trus; that tbe discussion may prove in terestiny, valuable and entertaining to the readers of the Sentinel. A New Yor.i; special says that a French gentleman now residing in Nw York City, who hss lived in rat's many yeara,- and who is familiar with th.9 H3go family, sajs it is perfectly true that the great poet had a daughter named Adele. He eays thr.t he does not know whether ehe married an English cüicer and followed hica to Halifax. He sajs there is no doabt, however, that she was married, and that hr husband deserted her for a good cause. This daughter was a bid character, and was tho subject of so much scandal that the family disowned her. Süo became afterward lneane and is now In an Insane asjlnm. He says, also, that Insanity is hereditary in the Hugo family. The joe. 'a eldest eon became insme soon after his mar riage, and died within a short titns. Mi3 Cleveland's letter, which was tale grabbed over the country by the Associate Prns agent at New York tte other day, was written more than five jeara ago, and first appeared in the New York Ev?:elist, March 24. 16S1. It was afterward Ismod by tbe National Temperance Society aj a tem perance tract, No 1 '... and called "A Wom an's Ciy." This must ke regarded as vory enterprising work on the part ot the Asso ciate l'rtds management. Tiiim wcrds from tbe London Times ex prers what ail intelligent and disinterested resders of current events have for some time noted : ''There is too much reason," eays the Tixr cs, "to fear tbat a hostile combination against British intlcenoe and interests in Egypt hss been orcanlz?d by the European powers." The Amerlcm observer has no idfa that the purposes of this combination are cor: third to Egypt. The manifestations of nearly alt the conticental powers were unfavorable to England during the Russian complications The members of the Mexican press will make au e xcurslon through our country next month. This cannot fall to be ot interest and importance to both Republics. It will be the means of giving each country a better knowledge of the institutions, resources and bnjlcets interests of the other, anl will no doubt do inncli toward establishing friendly relations and in increasing commercial Inter coarse. At tbe rueetlr of the (Jalncy Dlocase of tho Epitcopal Church at (iincy, 111., jutt closed, Bishop Bargers commented severely ur on the conduct ot D?an Irvine, of thulclty. The Dtan has accordingly brought suit for libel against the Bishop, and, notwithstand ing the sentence ct the church authorities against him, is holding services every San day in tho Of era house. Thtncs have come to a queer pavs when the sickners of an ape In a Neff York mecagerle ts telegraphed all over the coun try. The wires recently groaned with the sad intelligence that Little Crowley, tbe chlrnranree at Central Park, Is dring of pntutconia. And yet men and women are d ing all around us every day nnnoticcd. At the meeting ct tbe Presbyterian Gen eral Assembly in Cincinnati the past week tic Ccnm'ttee on Foreign Missions reported tbat the receipts for tbe year had been ;' , is'Z and the expenditures ?7."7,;2". Tup. we'l known I'oon Piatt Is the author cf the story, ' Tbe Lone Grave cf the Shen andoah," which will be found published elsewhere In this mcrning's Sentinel. It will well repay a reading. cumtixr opinion'. It Is the sinners who find theleast sat'ifa? tlon in tbe revised version Philadelphia North Arxerican. Wail Strff.t still sulltrs for want of spring Jamb. May ita necessities increase. Pitts burg Commercial. The cable dispatches state that "Kassla Is gaining ground in Turkey," and donbtleu the is. Gaining ground Is Russia's chief oc cucatlcn Just now. Philadelphia Press, It is well to haTe a Bible revision every notv nnd then, for some people are Induced to read parts ot It in the newspapers who never read a word ot it in the book Itself. Philadelphia Dullsth. Tin: general election in Great Britain com pletely OYeribadow wry question of home or foreign politics. Erery minauyer that Is mde In the three camps, c J.ry change In p:iltion or development ot policy, has a direct bearing upon the campaign to bs fought In the autumn. New York Tribune. rr.oiiTArt t. Advertising, Advertising aAent(to mercbnnt)-So you think It pays belter to advertise on fences aid iUff stons than In the cewipavers? Merchant It hat paid me better. Advcrtis'ng Aj-jntBnt you have Just failed. Msrchaut X know i,t, bat I settled for thirty cents on k dollar. New York San. linotv.n money hts disappeared from this city In the maelstrom of speculation, tn the put fsw ycxrs, to build and equip ssvtrxl manufactories, which would have adied to the wealth of the city, increased its grand list, and furnished employment t? !args numbers of people. New London Telegram. The same may be ea;d of Indianapolis. Now the honest farmer packs the eggs in lime so tbat Be may bs able to sell them as "freshly laid" next winter, and yet we are tcld tbat communion with nature brings one nearer to God. Philadelphia Herald. Ir is little less than a shock to the feelings to come home from decorating the graves of fellow-comrades and to find that a large por tion of the community hss been devoting it self to baa ball and all thinks but a true ob servance of the day. Hartford Post. New that it is all over, we must admit that William R. Mcrrboa was the whitest and decectest man who appsred against L i;an in the eenatorial content in Illinola.. He was a rquare, honest gentleman all through the fiibt. Philadelphia Press. Foi.ygam y is not to be extirpated in a day, or by a single display of courage and deter ioration. It will die hard and g rat a ally, but It will die, if it be dealt with in a posi tive n.anner and with a full understanding of the fact that the price of final success is persistence and a resolute refusal to tltnk of compromise under any circamstancr rfi. Louis GJobe-Dmocrat. j The era cf good feeling betweei NVlheru and Sinthern sjldicrs of the lata Var has teen felly reestablished, rnforivii bit terneEs only ex;sts In tbe religio-s clsaoni luatOLS that keep up tbe church Nor h and tte Church South, and can net rgrea li com? back Int.) one happy family. The :iora is the pity, bs cause Proalaut sinnet s 1-ook to the church for illustration'?, cf tbe prompt eympaUiy, love and forgiveness tao ,ht by Christ. New Orleans Picayune. J Whf.v a nation cr a man begin -Ping r? Arn Villi 4Vtri is firtrh IMnt o ofrln'rif unit ss it Is accomplished by a rightabout fac. England began backing downi:efcre Ruffian arrcgince and aggression l;veral weeks ago, and there is no, much retfon to suppose that it will stop now. Rjssials helping itself, because it knows that;ia the picrent temper of the British Govorjiment every mouthful that it takes is couriered tco small to fizht about. These mous.hfal?, however, have at length brought Ru.lia to the gates ot India. Chicago Herald. Om: might as well treat emallpoJ with Mre. Winslew s soothing syrup as attefit to ttarrp out Mornionisui with these milöV re me dics. It is a desperate case and requires heroic treatment. It neec's just suclrttreat me üt tn each particular case as the f nited States Courts eiuplojei in Masssri case. Fellow up this course aggressively atÄl per sistently and the devil himself will soon cease to defend this stronghold ot his Im prison every mother's son of them wb rever conviction is possible, and martyrdofi will speedily cca.e to be a luxury. St. .friseph (Mo) Gazette. j Mits Ci.e si.ams return to the iVhlte House yesterday will no doubt sett) the busy gossips Vi ho have been spread' ig all cvrts of rumors about her relations wiia the President and alleging all torts cf ridiculous things about an Imaginary quarrel bttween them. It will hardly vindicate the gossips, but it will serve to show aain how baseless aic many of the rumors which thesit nui sances delight to retail. One of the, most disagreeable featnrcs of a publio mat's life is tbe reckless manner In which hiskhome life is invaded and its every occurrence laid before the public gszs. President Cleveland has not been exempt from tbe most niifcllfss treatment ot this kind. Philadelphia Vimei, May 2::. M.1 I. .Sonietlilucr of I'lautatluu I.tfa on t!iiinl Witt InlADtfi. CorrcipoivJe nee of ttio IuJiAtspolls Senti; J'. Haiku, Maui, May 10 Thinklag ltVou'd inteiest the readers cf the Sunday S illnel to write and tell something cf plaulaliln life on the Sandwich Islands, I take this Oppor tunity to do bo. Iu the first place, this .iland of Maui has the largett plantation i the world. The island is tbe second In a'r ?Jf the group, and has the Isrgest average fee c:ne land of any of tho other islands, tberclhblng at presf nt -0.1!2." acres under cultlvati ?i. Its present population is 17.000, at!l it las an area ot '-) square miles, or ' 0,000 acres. Tho highest elevation, Halkala, Is 1(,0."J ft et. The plantation I wjl tell about !h railed tbe Haiku Sugar Company No. 2, and is estimated to yield 1,000 im of tucar. It Is s'trjuled at IIammakti.poke ttd employs I'O laborers, one manag k, one btsd overstcr and nnmerous pottylinai. 7he soli here Is quits diuerent from auditing in lLd!;na, hnvlrg to plow It three (V f.ur tin ts before tbey csj tb? harrow at ft'. Tho planting br.dns at auy time during thr ytar, dei errtlug upon how many tluiei Itiias to bo plowed before planting. Aftsi har rowlrg th ground it is then eiJy to lo lall c il', as most cfv the cane is raised by irrigation, as the cttli rain bete Is not sufficient tj do much good. I Tue coptnss is here brought. nto use. Tbcnomes tfce planting, which generally begins ft Au gust nr.d lctts till nearly the hrst ot N";vbm ber. The seed cato is stocks ot cane cut up in pieces tibouta toot long and put 'a the grturd at n dlttance ot about two feet, the tows biing aboat four feet apart. The rater Ii g he lIds two or three days after the ine is planted, and is kept up at Intervals days until it it ready for the mill. I a At al irom tweive to niicen monins mr ine v mature, iney nave various wa carls, by tiunes, aud by portable rail ways. It would no doabt surprls? the Uccsifra to lee the number of ballots to etch cart; eight end sometimes ten pi .r be irp used to eac'j cart. The plantatioo ' help is cne of tbe curious features ot tha Slaos, cmpilslcg aliQoct every nation oa thi facs of the globe, but principally Portogaeii and Chinamen, bot the labor of the Chlnarin Is not ts Mdiifactory ai the plantcrnwoaUiUe. They not wanting to ship as laborer and wantirp too much ray aod doirg toifllttle work, eo two months ego the Board of Inml ration, as an experiment, imported 1 000 Japanese, and so far tbey have done, very II. Of '.ntin l lKk llmr in teirhi thuni I how to da things, lul thy seu"i very willing to work. Tne laoor coitract is made In thtir own country, taev agreeing for the term ot five years to work ten hours a dsy falthfallv, for whls'i they ere to receive the sum of 51 a month an I htue rccm. Thewagts eien small, but it is vtonderfnl how large an amount the Par teenre lave. TLey are without doubt the dirtiest people 1 have ever seen, nsver wash ing tbflr face ror bands until compelled to. They are very iLdQslrious piople, an t give very gocd latiifactton on tbe plantation, working Letter than the native Hawaiian. J. W. ALKXAiaiR. Mr. John Murphy announces that he will accept Mr. J. I. Case's challenge to tro; Thai- lis egalntt Maxey Cobb for $1,0C0 .ailda. Trick sad time ct rtC9 to ts mutually arcsl upon bmilur, wait es no to ri or TWO MORE VICTORIES. Tho Home T?ani Easily Wias Two Games From the Cleveland?, The Llornlna: Contest la Stopped by Bala at the End of the Fifth The Becord Other Gamsj, OwiDgto inclement weather the attend ance at the Seventh Street Park yesterday morning was very slim, r.ot more than 23 perscas witnessing the first of the Iadlau apolis-CUvelacd eerles which was stopped at tbe end of the fifth ianing by rain. It was anything but a brilliant contest, tbe visitors Celding wretchedly f :om the start, while the bene team pounded Dssgle vicioui'y throughout. The visitors were unable to gauge McKeon.s delivery and se:ured but three scattering hits. He was well sup ported behind the bat by Keenan, who did not have a tingle passed ball. Donnelly led the tatllcg for the home team, tpcnrlng a hit every time he came to the bat. Walker, the visitors colored catcher, was not in zoid form, having four passed balls :md one error. The story is told in detail by the following score: S S VF.! AN I K II !! I" ' A. I. WttCiCr, c. r Q 2 Ifotnn, s. r , , 1 i 2 I 1 ! " 2 ('Mtrol!. r. ! 0 j 1 1 1 . 0 l Mirw:!. I. f 0 , u ; o 0 o Kenut3r. 1 b ' 0 0 7 0 0 i'uilan. il oaii i Ratlin. 3 b o" 0 0 1 1 Vaiker, c 0 i u 0 7 l Deagle, .f j 0 j 3 i 0 0 0 ToBt ! 1 i 3 I IS , 6 ! !Q IMiA.VAlOII". j K. B II I' O A : e. ronDfl!y, 3 b 3 :: j 0 Oi 0 ivormaD, r. I I 3 :; 2 . o Thcrupeon.c f ! 2 0 0 0 1 Collins, a. a.. i X 1 JL II 0 1 II Moriariiy. 1. f 2 1 1 1 0 0 Hcijuery, 1 b I 1 1 4 0 1 f rane. 2 b 1 j 1 0 3 0 Keiian. c..... .. ..11 T 1 0 ilcKeoa. p.- 0 ; o 0 o 0 Total II ; 13 15 i 4 I 2 Ionics 1 2 :: 4 5 Cleveland 1 0 0 0 C 1 Indianapolis 5 2 12 4 It Earned Kuna Indlauapol's, 1: I-?ft oa Sises 7ndiar.ar"-lis. 2: Cleveland. 4. Struck Out 3y Mc lvtoii, 7. Two-laso lliti Donnelly. Mort.Hrity. Mc Query. Ubh'8 ou Halls Clcvclitad. 1. ii it by 1 lutuT WcKeon, 1. Ks?e on halk Hy rela, l. Vi:d I'j'dics-MtKeou. 1: DeRle, 2. Yme I -i:s Walktr, 4. Time of C.a:ue-l:Cö. Uaipire Sul livan. THE AKTERXOOX UAME. Mere than 1,0) people paid ti s?e His afternoon game, witnessing a contest much mcie Inteieatirg than that ot the forenoon. Caiey and McGuiredid the battery work for the heme team, while the visitors presented Swoneyand Börners in the points. The litt.'c left-handed pitcher, as nana!, was in lite form and proved even rxore effactive than Mr lCeon, bat ne of the visitors touch ing the ball, while six of them sawed tbe ir. His delivery was a little erratic In the start, else tbe Cleveiands would have sus tained a most beautiful coat ot whitewash. Seecey started in to pitch a hoe game, bat becoming disgusted with Sommers' work bo hied the bat let down somewhat in the fourth inning, and the home team be ten hlttirg him hard. The Cleve land field also weakened in this inning, and It was then that they tccrcd nearly all cf their errors. Don nelly, it t: 111 b uteu, did not play his usual fite game at third, sroring two errors, one for a luniTci' a foul lly, while te other was a fumble of a low groond hit. Neither were fatal, however, both batsmen being retlml befcie Ihev reached third. The short atop play cf Collins was applauded, and McJoary was Jondly cheered for a phenomenal run ning catch. The heaviest stlrk work was t'ore by Crane, who rapped the ball safe time tiices. TUE A M E, The viiitors secured their first acd only run in the first inning. Wheeler was given a base on balls, went to third on McQulre's bad throw to second, and scored on a wild pitch. The home team blanked in the first three InniDgs, being unable to do anything with 6weeuey's delivery, but In the fourth they piled up live run, on sirgles by Crane and Mctjiery, Morlsrty's double, a wild pitch, two two parsed balls and eirors by Sommers and Pheian. In ths sixth two more came in on Crane's s'rgle, Collies' base on balls and a passed ha 1. In tbe tcvf nth Hogan fumbled Donnelly'n slow hit and the irr.cer etored on looruuu's lor g drive to right for three bases. Taomp-e-oi.'s safe single enabled Tommy to cross the plate, In the clpbth the runs can; in on a'cpJes by Crane and Donnelly, a wil l pitch and Helen's error. Ohe of the featnrm was a est double play, in which Casey, Dm ncily, Crane and Mc'jnery participated, re tiring runners at second and third. Polio v irg is the 5-cork: I I VI I AM, j K. II II r U. A. K. W heeler, C f 10 1 0 I 0 lloean, a. a ! 0 0,14 l au oll, r. f 6 0 0 ii 0 MaufCll. 1. f ' 0 0 2 i 1 Kennedy, l b i u it : o l Mit lau. 2 b ü ! 3 3 1 pauüi. 3 h 0 Ü 0 i Koxnmrr, c 0 1 i ft .3 1 btrnuiy, V 0 0 ; 0 j 3 Ü Tot 1 1 1 21 It 8 ISKANAI'Ol.l. ! Jj"-"1 '"( x' r" Icr.n::J, r.t Z ! 11 0 I 4 ; 2 l'torr.iau, r. f ' 2 1 1 I o j o Tin mj f.cn. c. t ' 11 t j o J o Col los. a. a Ill :t ' 3 : u Monnriiy, 1. f j m I m , M ! U , 0 Mtyucrr, 1 b '2 1 ; It , 0 j ) 'rai i. 2 b ' 2 :i 1 I 1 j 0 Jiciiulre. o o o n l ! I Caxy, p 0 0 0 I 5 0 Total 11 1U ; .7 I 14 ! t Innlii;a ('leveland lcdUnnpolia 1 2 S 4 ü G 7 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0- 1 0 0 ü 5 Ü 2 2 2 -ll ) amcd Ifns !u'llnaio!l, 2. Left on Hne Indiauarolt, :t; CK vclntal. S. on 1111 -Iu- Ciar.aioliM, 1 j Cleveland, 2. f truck out by Cauy, 5. wfpui-y. 9. Ijuble I'laya Cascv to liouucliy to Mitui rv. He for belti hit bo l'ltcer Cleve land, 1. 1 wo Itaao HU Molarity. Thrco llasu Hit I'oormsn. Wild Pile bes-CWy. 1 ; Hwoeuor, 2. l'aited luiia MK.ulrP, 1 ; Huiamera. '. Tlmo of tainc -1 ;:;5, Vruplrc-KuUivan. . To.day'a Content. Ti -day's game between the Cleveland and Ir diatapol's clubs will be tilled at the usnal hour. Trains will loavo for the Brace Park at 2:15 and -t o'c'ock. Walker, tbe g:eat colorfd clchrr, will be the ro:3lvIn$ end of the Cleveland battery. Hitting or- cer: Jnd!.iflprMi CI er el and -Whee'.cr, c. f., Ito4:, , l arroil, r. f . Manaelt. I. f . Kennedy, 1 t., l'helaa. b., Itatttn. 3 b., Fotntatr p., hwecney, p. Ionrolly, 3 b , l ootrrm, r. ( . HiOTUptoD, c. f., olllna. s a, Mortar ty, 1 f., Mitiucry. l b Crane, 2 t, Kerni-n, r UKcon, p. A Tei-Ionlng (lame, Pr ila pi triit a, May 30 Tbe game this allernocn betrrren the Athletics and Cincin natls was wllnctsed by about 0.00) people. Both teams preaentid their strongest nines, and it r'oulnd ten Innlnps to dclde the csntest. Matthews was hit bard hi the early rartcf tbe garue, but after thU lis te.t id down to gocd werk. Vhlte also pitchel a good game. Athletic e 4WwVw'ww w Cluciu&aii 20202ÜU10 0-7 Nine Oooia l'gae fur ItuflTatn. ' rniiADELrniA, May CO. Notwithitinllng the Ureatenlog weather and the fact that two championship games wir played hue thi? afternoon, both grounds were packed with spectators. At the grounds of thi Philadelphia Club C.8J2 person a paese i through tbe turnstile. The Batfalos were outplayed at every point. Only three of their men reached first base. Philadelphia-. huüaio-. 0122 2 000 7 00OOU0U0 0 0 Ilrooktyn Wuu In the Ninth. Nfv YoatK, May GO. The Brooklyns beat the Loulsvilles again In the alternoon. The game was tied at the end of the eight inning, and th i home players bad a long play in the half of the ninth. It began to grow dark, and the Lcuisvilles tried to prolong the game into darkness. About 1.0JO spectators were present. Score: procklvp 31000000 711 Lou.ti:ie 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 2 Ö- 4 The Murooni Showed Up la l ia Form. New Yohk, May GO. Although it rained lightly tear all the afternoon, fully f,03 spectators eaw the game between the Louis and New York clubs. The visitors stowed up in tine (orm, and won the first arxe from the local team. 1 mpire Decker did not please the crowd. The home c'ub played without any vim, acd ran the bases very poorly. Score: New York , ..... 0 1000000 0-1 bt. Lcui-f 0 20100100-4 The Coming Champions Win, Baltimore, May 30. St. Louis woa this afternoon's game freni the Baltimore club, the batting honors were evenly divided. The grcundswere tolt.rendering brilliant fielding impossible, but the rams was lntereat'ng throughout to the 1,200 persons p.eient. The uaipiring of WaTsh was the most unsatisfac tory ever done here, and St. Louis had de cidedly the best of it. BAltlrnore 10001300 (4 St. lxul? Ü ii o o 1 i 2 u - New York loa the Morning Game. New York, May :;0. Three thonsa d spectators witnessed the game this morning between the St. Louis and New York L?agu team?. Tbe game was exciting throughout- Tbe St. Louis players batted rJcba:don vtry bard. Umpire Dicker mads some wtttched decisione, and was guyed and hified daring the whole game. Ssore: New loik... . o o a 3 o o r. l n . o o 0 4 2 o o a o-1 bt. I.&uu 3 An Faty Victory fur Kansa City. Kansas City, Mb y 3) The four games bs- twten Omaha and Kansas City tchcduled to bo tlaycd at Omaha will, by agreement, be played here. Following is the tcore cf the game this afternoon: Kerens City 4 0 2 4 0 S 0 0 0-1 t OwaLf ( 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 3 Haso Illls -Kan City. : 0raa, t. iircia Kanasi City, ii; (.maha, 7. Iloaton Wou by Itrtlllaut Fleldtog. Bcstok, May .:0 There were 1,700 penona pretentat the game this forenoon. Balt e- ton was oat batted, but the Bostons won tbe garce by beautiful fielding, only one error being scored against them. The out field play cf the Detroits was the feature ot the f aire. Detroit 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 o 0- 3 iiObton 0 I 1 0 ü 0 0 2 0- 4 Toledo liUewaahed. Tcli-po, May 30. Toledo o o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 lUllffauWeis U 2 0 0 0 1 1 U w 4 Pate lilts Toledo, l; Milwaukee, 3. J-'trnr Toledo. 7; Milw-tukecn, 1. riKlici McArtbur and JU'.dwla. The morning game was prevented by rain. illnmonl Ottat. To morrow will bo ladleo' day. Milwaukee still holds a gocd second. Duncan is umpiring in Kansas City. Catey is a model young man. He neither drinks, smokes nor chews. Hecker Wis sore because the Louisville people say ne has "iet down." Sweeney is a good pitcher, but his support all aroucd yesterday waa very poor. Dan O'Leary rays he will be along "wli the belt of 'em" before many moons. Thompson played first base for the Dan ville nine in lt7. Jim Cook managed the clob then. The patrons of the game in Milwaukee are as proud of Bsldwln as Louisville wai if licckti last year. Neither Shelbyville nor Kushville have clubs this jrar. Last sessoa thoss towns were fairly wild over the National game. As was foretold at the beginning ot the KsroD, the Cincinnati pitchers aieheglnnlng to weaken. All cf them were hit hard iu lato games. Kateibrcok, the "dude" third baseman ot the New Yc-rk League Clab, is batting Jast an he did last year, making two cr three sin gles every game. Cclllns is no longer ambitious to become a twister of the sphere. That exhibition game with tbe Omabai was the ' last straw that brcke the camel's hack." Constant Header: The Little Potatoes have Ju&t purchased new uniforms. Their most powerful rivals are the Kavene, of whom so much has been said iu the Sentinel this sea, sen. Ti c Pan Handle nico defeated the Msrr',11, Powe n S. Co ( lab at thn Exposition gMiin!s 3fttenlay afirrocn, by a scar e of 17 to Hero hits, Pan Handles, 17; errors, '; M. 15 .V C, 5 base hits; li errors. Csy and giddy Mike Mansall, whese fttm irg muetacho always catches the grand itar.d, and who at one time was a hard hit ter, fanned the wind twice yesterday, being unable to gauge Caeej'i swift carves. Mcacry, in all prcb ibtiltv, is not as fast a runner a tome o; the mt of them, bat it thoteisaman in the nloe who can do th sliding act as gracefully as "Mox" he has taken good (are not totay anything aooat it. The able base ball editor ot the Courier Journal hss very few friends atnon ths I-oulsvllle p'atere. J'.rery time a p'ayer n.akes en error, be it excasable or Inexcusa b'e, thi9 young man gives him a "turning ever.'' Tid Salllvan's nico opened the season with brilliant i rcarect, but tbey are swinging elorg at a very slow gslt at the present at5 of the tarne. Tt d tiil da well if hscontiu nee to rxake unwarranted attacks on InolTen live umpires. If the Metropolitans disband, the Nation a's of Washington, will take their pla:e in tbeAaerican Aieoclation. The latter is a strong organization, acd defeated all the League clubs bbfora tho opening of thecbam picnihip lesson. It the Omab;is drop out of the Western I.cnRoe, the vacancy will not co beirlrR. The Kcokck, Minnenpalls aod St. Paul Clnbiare ttill clamoricg for aimist'.cn to the League, and either one of them wiuM gladly toke Oxsha'i place. The Cincinnati paper which fought the Americans ot that City to hard last year, and was rtcofnlztd throughout the country si tfce cran of the delunc. Unhns, hai ex perienced a chacp-i of heart. It never aaya acf,ht 6lctt the C'aylor Line this season, The championship arason opened neArly six TArcks sgo, and tho home club has not released a tlnple player, nor has Manver Watklis tfen pieced under the palnfai ne ctrsitycf fining cr surpending auybodrfor drnnkenr.isiand insubordination." Where la there ancther manager in tho Western League who can lay as mccL? The lUcotd. Ihe Icdlaoarolls Clnb continues to cling to ths topmcal round of tho JaJdir, while Milwaokie holds steend, with Kaunas City rlrht at Its heels. Tbe r?alts tf yes'.erday'e conteata broke tbetlo between the last-named einband Cleveland for third place, bat as tbeee two teams are evenly matched, it-is an Impcsibllity to foretell which will been to? at this time next week. Omaha still dxmt a'ccg at the bottom, with t O Leary nine four games above it. Thu Is stand at the present writing: IrdlanapoHa - il wACf. Knniaa City ':ev:DCt Ta'.crto....... Omaha the way tiiay Won. .... -i .. 1. .... it um A - I.05t. 4 a Ii :i : 21 THE KKCOKD. Showln&r the UarrlAjea, Births anl Deaths During the Paa: Week, Ilubbard Curry and ". iumon. MorriKn Gnthridg? a::d r..:a Uobiaaox Clierle I i:cr snl Ciar Hone. Va'.tcr Ford and Anna c William 1.. P.obertsau t ::ar?aret Ftier. John T. KurnUh and K - h coUiiiu. Krauk Scbaub :ia Mo lto UraO:. 1 rancla M. LarnlUaa l i: ;it) 'lh Mi'.Ier. William H. Momaa an ! Aille Parish. Willieta l. Johtfon t: -1 At.ut J. Cap:!a?r. fiorge U. Ii:y anl ilcii Ko. Wilharn II. Lrown. Jr , tr.cl Minnie M. Maroa?y John G. Fponscl and karie 7. Danoa. C barle IITTi(B nl . Kstc:eou. : Kdward t. w falte and MiKle I. T;n!ey. Horace G. Peria aai Jcome Jeearer. August Maronde and l'.rtha Jeake. raAinjt. John and Lombard- boy K. U. acd Sarah Ikucttt-üiri. 'iLeodore and Bertha taiita-ejirl. Kraiik aDd Lucy Lirrca-tri. JchnasdLmma liat.k- Vor. t.eorge and Pallia Kv.lin ou alrl. Pat and Ka'ie Connur toy aud Riri. Fletcher aud Eva Randolph boy aud girl. Ionla and A. A. llolmr ?.rL Lcautl and Utt.q hoi lt.tn Itj-. Gottfried and Lva Wintvr toy. Herman and mma 1 oo boy. am and Laurie Dcutil boy. ( Unten and Carrie Ctmam biv. W. and Mcry Donkewa.ur bey. I d and Grace ilelder toy. Auptast ar.d Mrie I-viki nt tx.y. ( yrusand Artlniens 1 : -i 1 - s:rL Tat atd tllen Mnrphy bjy. Saylotdand Sarah Bato boy. ( harlcaand Alice Lum'. y Kirl. Tborsasand Ada Urue.I -cirl. i harlcsand Luella Fry-,r-clrt. TtCTttaa and Annie Bjntntt sl;l- iabo and Ktbcr M. H rti' a girl. N. J. and Charity Ciar .iuok-hoy. J. C and Ltla Woll-tit:. .lohn and Itre Itiat ioy. 1 :. . and Able 1 hom8-jc!rl. Charles and truma We: w -girl. 1 1 v z. (,eor? W. Jllrka, 32 yra s ra!"r. John Coloa. 71 years, hi in .rrhai. W. IJ. Sutherland, 4Sy?r' o;ijM pofoaipg. John Were: 1. .:0 year. fr-t'Hirc vt ku'l. storifhton Johnson. 7 y-.-rj. z mshol wound. Na!ter Horn, 27 year, r. ::nu;.i!-n. Anpa Tyler, 1 yesr. . :'ut3p:'ox Mary (irifün. -S year?. io n:nirtio-i. Kebtora luard. C4 yeari. ürlht' diae. John tirtVio. 07 ycHrs. ra-TioUnmi'at. Clara Morris, i) ycarf, :ouarapt;oa. Karah M. Johufon, J yr rs. couniijpt'.oa. lroy I'.oat b years. ii.te.itta. J.Ilea Franklin. 22 yiar, omumpilou. Ja'eph Loan, 2 Eonth. fptoal coaip.alat. l:arirn, 2 year.. tUtia. Hose Riht, .".6 years, cs'ra uterine prcsaaacy. llcriloian Wemziny, 4 jf-a.-e. pneumonia. Mande May Pettis, 3 ycu'-.:r-uir)giil. K Lone 27 ycira. conixpt oa. tukilulTioius. The IndJratlons aio t!.t the it! - Fwr p.")le will adopt tlio oolcy EWctrlc hea tMbt i.r pfr rranent use, placing it upon all ot taclr lico:no tivca. CClcIa' of tlie Indian aix.lt and Kel River roa 1 ay tbat tbe Hue will bo completes tMa year. Tne new cCicc s arj a very ciurcUc net of fccnilvaieu. Cn and after to day no ttcketa will ts aold at tr.c I nlon lcpot ticket oihee at different al rate. Tbe only roaaa that wi.l mflcr ty th'.a new deal ate tbe f.. It. and W. nud Kbh, and it la not at Ml likely that they will be KthuHly alerted ibeieby. It is c tier. lly underatood that the tor mcr road -All not rtltcon l ice ttio a'e of ticken at tic di.'lercbtla), tlmnlnt; tho In'lanaplit l fkenner ARrnta' Aaoc . 1.1:1 ia not e:apaweret Ha at torlty to pretetit theia Irom UMttg it. 1 he dttte rentlal wis jrintel the 1., Ii. and SV. by the e ld ludlauapoU.'. j-oo! a jeir ago. W. lt. Woodard, Generkl .superintendent of the Monon, made another ttlp of luepraiou the other cjiy, arcotnpanled by C. C. pent, M&at.'r of Traaa portatlcn. Mr. Woodatd 1 niaalna: Llimclf tUor oiiRhly aeaualnted with the condulon aud needs ol the toad, lie aya that the compauy has in view qnlte a number of chauuca and Impr.veraenU. About forty mllca cf t-ei ralla, wcIkUId( alxty ihree t und to the jard. will bo put down to take ti e place of tte lifiy-tix poind rail. Many new in a will bo put down at v-rtoua tx.'uta along the trad, and tho line will tc generally ovcaaaulcd flora end to end. A frand glvinj the name of Charles Itlford recently attempted to do General Manager Carton of the Motion, lor a paa from Chicago to thla tliy. He presented a lifer pnrporilnz to bo alcned bye. K Ray, Akunt General Manager of tbe Malue Ct-ntral. and b.-arttii; Lbnataaipor that road. It being aurialKcd that all was not rlnht the man was told to (all aealu an l a dlmilrh waa eut to the inara.er of tho Maine Ceutral aklna: whether the ariiu ailoti waa genuin. 1 he anwcr sine rack timt t ti- U tter wai a f-vrr aud tl oprtya fraud. 'J he young rcaa did U'.tca l agaiu. ANDY )V()ÜI AHAIX. lie Turns Up in Another Desertion of Hie Detter Calf. Sentinel readers will r number an article some weeks since with reference to Merchant Tclloeman Andrew Wood, who, during his wife's absence at Seymour, turned all avail able personalty ir. to rath, sold his beat to another man, nnd lift the Hla'.e cr Bt. Lonls in cornr-a v with his aiater in law and bis infant cUil 1. is agttn to the front in another dtrrrtlon. After ti o woman wlio lift with hint returned, brlcglcg wlih her the child, and announcing that Wtot had run out of n.cney, Wood himtelf cams back, and after k'dnaplr.g the child left, aa it was after w aid learned, tor Chicsg. His wife was at lint dUpoted to prccut him, but it seams l r cl anged I;er aiind. Fhe la said ts have n cmlly told l.r properly in thesoutocrn part of the city and foUosvrd her hnsbani to uai m,o. Yeterday word wes r'celval from Weed, who has attain ataodoned his wife, atd who is now in Et l'aal, Minn., slating tl at he is net able to take cira of his child, and if its grandfather wants it to come on ar.d get It. No word h.ti been received front Mrr. Weed. 'Don't Mention It." Auditor We. Eecrttt ry Myers and several olLer gentlemen wire In conversation jet terday when Itlce aiVi.l if the crowd had en the "electric girl ' i t the Dime Museam. I'pon receiving a n Iv answer, he went cntodetcribe tbe girl acd raid that she teol upon a galrati'c battery asd upon touching a gss jt-h the ,-ss would bs ignited 1. to tlame. "Anybcdy could do tl at,,f ni l Myera. Atiylody couldn't do u."aMd Ilice, "yoa ccoldn't yoursell." "Well, I jest cwM." ro'orted Myers. ''Tt rit.'a no trouble etnnt It, cr no danger nrilos ycu are charged 100 heavily." "O'.l hey only cha;: ten cents at the I) n e Mcseutu," Kipoi.d'I II rc, end Mt ers wllnd ar.d requetted that r.tbir.g sbonlJ be aaid about it. Of court, there won't l. Ccmmencbcotnt of Indian ipolls Semt nary. The gradsaling exercios ct the Inüa ispv IIa Eemlnary will be hfld in riymonth Church on Tneidsy ?v-.!-r. June '. Tae Indomet tbegradaa'in- r 1 ' Nellie F!mmlne, Indlai.aro.ia: Mle Ma'.Ue (ir.rc Orange ( ountv; U'L weiit Itdl.nirolts; Mlai f "i Jn ly. Mtrion, !nd..andMla May Va lick, Indlantjo.ie. Mhi K'x na b'ebrln hai com Dl, ted her r !, a:aticn for fimllh College, where she w-ht en trr in teptcmber nexL Admission to the Kredaatii'Rfierflsee wm bs by ticket. All who dr-lre to attend will be supplied with c tnrllrrtntarv ttcktts npon apnli'.lan at the t emlr.ary,:'.i5 North lvnnsylvanlas'.rcet. or to any pupil of the school. Target Shooting. Tbe May festival ot the Target Bhootln Association wtll be held to day at lbs park licrtbwttt of tbe city. The festival b'.ds fair to be well atUnded, butouly such M hiv invttallocs will be admitted.