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THE REPUBLIC: TUESDAY. DECEMBER 4, 1000.
-- i a a - -Jt STRICTURE Cured mnriPFP AP UrU We have made a special vm.lv or the treatment of Men's DlStudkU Ur snCll UNM'fh for m:m ).u.. atid .t,T H iur.'il ivitloati will gladly testify to our suecc-s. skill ami hone -ty In the oractnv of our spcci lit We also euro V UlcO(i:i.n In K day.s. l'.LOOD POISON 111 30 to M dnvs. XKltV OtJS DIHHI-ITY anil all Vital Weaknesses anil Di-easr- of teie: . WHITE us a full description of your case If tinaole to ra'l Our le'tfeelod sv-slem of home treatment is always su.-cc fill. Consultation ami Examination I-'rte Hunt. 9 a. nu to S.M l. m. hundnys. ! a m. to 1 ji. n, Drs. FRANCIS & FRANOIS, m2S-2l- GREAT LIVE STOCK SHOW IS OPENED. Pester Tark Pavilion Thronged With Admirers of Cattle of Iligh Degree. UNSURPASSED SHEEP EXHIBIT. ITurlging of Animals Will Continue Until Thursday Awards of Frizes in the Hog Classes. Chicago, I1L. Dec 2. To-night. In tho Dexter Park Pavilion at the Stock Tarts, tho greatest live stock show ever held In this country was formally opened. The great building was packed to the utmost and many hundreds of people were turned away, unable to Rain admission. IL W. Hall of Texas delivered the open ing address and was followed by John W. Springer of Springfield. I1L Speeches were, made also by a number of prominent stock mon, nearly every State In the Union be ing represented among tho exlhlbltcrs. Although the show was formally opened to-night, tho doors were open all day and a large number of awards were made. To nisht, between the speeches, the prize-winning animals were paraded through the ring, each wearing a broad blue, ribbon around the neck. During the afternoon the sheep, hogs apd cattle were exhibited In the different arenas inside the building whtlo the horses were Inspected out of doors. The greatest Inter est seemed to center In the sheep exhibit, which is said by sheep raisers to be by far the finest display of the kind ever Been In the United States. The judging of animals will continue un til Thursday. Then the klllinr commences to decide tho question cf what Is best to feed animate. Friday the various agri cultural college representatives will en cage in their judging contest, and on Satur day the dressed carcasses of the animals killed by contest will be displayed. The following awards among the hog ex "liibita wire made during the morning: Dartc-Jersey swine, boar 2 years old or over- tint and second prizes, George W. Stoca as tons. ItjihvlUe. III. Hoar I year old and under Z First, Georr VT. Stons & bons. Ilushvllle, 111.: second, I 8. John son. Mllford.111. Hoar 6 months old and unde r 1 year First and second, (leorge W. saone. ic Sons. Hoar under 6 months old First and seoctid, H. K. llorton S. Co.. Camden. O. tow z years old and over nrst, 8. K. Morton A l'o.. second. ni third, Ueorfio V. Stona & Co. Ntr 1 ear and under First, Geor; W. btone & Co.; second and third, E. E. Morton & Co. !;oar and three sowi. over 1 year old Georse V Tioce i honx, Kustnlllo, III. T-oar and three sos. under 1 year old S. X Morton A. Co . Camden, O 1'ocr animals, set of same boar B. K. Morton &- Co.. Camden. O Pln. Chester Whites, boar I years eld or cr Dorsey liros. Perry, 111., first rilzo. lloar 1 year old and under 2 Dorsey Bros., Ft try. Ill, Jirst and stcond prises. Uor t months old and under 1 year C W. Taylor, Iadago, Ind . tlrst and second prizes. Sor 3 years old and otr C Illntz & Sons, Fremont. O. faow 1 year old and under S Doraey Eros , Fer ry. 111. cw R months old and under I 3 ear Dorsey Eros.. Terry. 111. Sow under S months old & W. Cls j lor, Laeoda. I nl. Champion boar any aire), champion sow (any cge). champion boar and sos. oer a rar old, liorsey tiros.. Porrj. HI. Boar and three zoss, under 1 jear old Dorsey Bros.. Firry. III. Animals (tour), cct or tarn boar Dorrej- Tiros., Ferry. 111. Tamaorths and largo Yorkshire, all first and Fscnnd prizes Won by Brethoux & Sanders. i;ur ford. Ontario. Sheep Shropshire, wether. 1 ear oM and un Br John Camptell. WoodUIle Ontario. IVrfher lambs Ioa Acrieulliiral Collet:. Counolds. wether. 1 ar old and unler I Oorie Ilardlce & Son. Waukeha. Wis. Lotcceters. u ether. 1 ear old and under S W. H. Newton. Pontlac, inch. Wether, lambs John Kelly. Shakespeare. On tario. Khoep sweepstakes between Cotswolds and Tjelcester breeds-John Kelly. Shakespeare On tarlx Percherons, stallions, i years eld or oer Dun ham. Fletcher & Co, Wono, 111. Stallions, 3-year-olds and under 4 Dunham. Fltcaer A Co . Wayne, 111. Fat cattle, Herefords. steer or tpayed heifer. 5 and under 1 years old E. B. Bjtham. Chllll cothe. Mo. Btwx or spaj-ed heifer. 1 and under 8 years old Georjre P. Henry. Goodenow. 111. SUor or spared belter, under 1 year old Osortrs P. Hano. Goodenow, III. Champion steer or spajid heifer T. IS. II. Boiitkam, Chllllcothe. Mo. Three hsad owne.i by one exhibitor George 1'. Henry. Ooodenow. 111., first prize. Aberdeen Ansua sWr or spayel heifer. 2 .ind vi.de? 3 rears old fatanley It. I'icrce. Creston. IU. Steer or spa)cd heifer, 1 and under 2 year old Stanley It. I"iercr. Creston. III. Steer or spayed lieirer. under 1 jear old-Ioa Agricultural College. Ames. It. lt three head, owned by one exhibitor, to consist of ono z-year-oid cne yearling and one calf Stanley It. I1-rce. ('reftnn. Ill Ited Polled ster or spayed heifer. 2 and unoer t yrars old V. T. HIIIb. lvlanare O fetter or sjyed heifer. 1 anl unlrr 2 year-4 old J. W. Martin, Klchland Clt, Wl ,. . Ftecr or fi'iyd li'lfer. tmdr 1 year old An Crew Brcs.. Cedart ille, O. HITCIIINGS SL'IirnlSHS SCIIAKKUIt. Won the Flrat .MalcU In the Games for Second Place. Much to the surprise of those who have followed the class 11 billiard tournament games, Hutchings won from Schaefcr last night in the first game of the play-off lor second honors In the tourney, first place liaving been won by Hoecklcr. The score was 44 to 34. In the first game between the two men In tho regular tournament Fehacf-T won. ard. strangely enough, with the same score. At no time was the result in doubt, as the winner took tho naturals in order, seldom missing one. while SUiacfer mi-sed them one after anothr. but would make brilliant shots bUimrs Tho lo-er sinned to lie af fected by the large audience, and this has been runarked in him throughout the matthts. ... The reversal of form lat nlsht has set the talent guessing as to what will be the result of tu-nUht's game betwtett Hutch ing" and Wrlsht. The score follows: Hutching, 'I-I 0202000C01 112010 n 0 1 1 I I 0 10020100 0 120") 00 z 1 100 0 01001.1 00012010012 ! 0 2. Total, i. HUh run. 3. Averoue. ,s. Schaefrr (41I-0 11 In 2001010 0000 Oosinoioiosooenj'. oooinooo OOOOOSOOOOe 4 0OOZI0101 0 10 0. Total, SI. High rn. I. Averace. .5". iCHMITT WO.V Till: KIHST (JAMIi Opening of Contest for JI H IW llarii Championship. New York. Dec. 3. The operlrg contest in the tournament for the Class H. billiard vhamplon-i'-p of America took place to night In the theater of the Knickerbocker Athletic Club under the auspice-, of the American Ath'etlc Union. The contrstants. were Charl" O Sehmitt of Chicago, the billiard champion of the Chicago Athletic Association, nnd 1-uac A Mamies of this city. uh was one of the referees It. I.i-t jear's tourncj. The Chicago representative won the game by & score of 300 to his op J.onent'3 ZH. . , , Alt the games In thta tournament v. Ill be AND GLEET in 10 to 20 Days. Are ou afflicted with (licet cr .1 chronic discharge from the t'rethra? Is there a fnsu-iiry or In liability of the Illad drr" Is your lTo-tnto Claud enlarged ami painful? ll.ivo uu tried vinous forms of treattn.nl w itliout relief? It make no .lifti-rciice how long uu have been afflicted, we can guar auuv "i a Mfft painless ami permanent cute; wo have et id see tlio ea-e we cannot tire O-ir system of treatment iiermaticntly dissolves the Stric ture ami retnov.s every ib.itnictlott to tin Urethral O1111I. The discharge cease's alt iutl tmm.1tl.111 and soreness Is al layed, the l'rotat oin.l I reduced 111 -.In-, the Sexual or gans are invigorated and a complete iv hi oration to formal ho.ilth perfected. Do not delay Negl.-'ttd stricture gives rls. t I .ladder and Kidney complications of a serious .nut fit.il nature. ilaeil tni'lrr the rule K rring foutt"On Inch ti.ilk-line pi i Twelve men line n tfred this t ir onitest, whieii is the lar 1 1 .t tlt .if ,.. .1. , 1 .. iko It . It tm. plnuvhip u rieonl In addition to Sehmitt 1 4. hicao will h.ne another rt nre-entatlio In the -rsoti of W iv. Hogg, while Minneiio.i -end-, a dark hor-e In the per son of Prank Uilliter. lUi-tun has fur nishetl two il.ner Alliort 45 Cutler, who is onl 22 vearx old ami William IMise. who Is Mr vNitli rs r!ulim.it The .ither seven Jilivers repn-en this ett The Chicago oi.ert IIuMie.1 with a bril liant nut of ;i. which gave lilm Hie ih-slre.1 SO point", with an averace of C JMJ JlaimeS average was 4 41-13. Mui:ii ami mm. in i:r i:ady. Irish nnd Cermiin ('l.nn.inn Will Hoi at I'hllndelplilsi Ucc. 17. pi kctai. cop.itrsroNnu.N'ci:. New York, Dec. 1 -After months of delav tho Inng-prolected nnd mueh-talked-of match lietwecn (lus ltuhlin. the "Akron Ciant." and I'eter M". her, the "lrih Champion." Ins In en made at last. They are to bittle before the IVnn Art Club of I'hlladtlpliLi. 'k rounds for M per cent of the gro 1 rrteiuts of the house (which they will M'lit even up), on tie i.It,ht of December 17. When Maber and Iluhlin met lKfore. May 2. nearly two years ago. before the I-nov CTlub of this city, they put up .1 fUht vvhlrh lasted twenty rounds, nnd which brought both men into deserved prominMtre. Up to that time Slaher was known as a rank "In-and-outer": a- a fellow who could whip anv one he wasn't afraid of that he could hit. but who wasn't worth betting counterfeit money on if he didn't feel confi dent of victorj' before entering the ring. On this occasion he met a man who stood right up to him nnd fought him ferociously, though cautiously, from the first tap of the gong until Its final sounding. Peter was punished so dreadfully about the face that his eyes were almost closed and bis features were so battered as to lo almost unrecognizable as those of a human being. . , , Huhlln was also badly beaten up. but his face escaped the severe punishment Ma her"9 received. The decision was a draw at the end of the twentieth round. I saw Maher In his dressing-room Immedi ately after the contest, lie was writhing in agony and ho moaned out that he hail in jured one of his arms in the third round of the contest- . ... "If It hadn't been for that, said he. "lie wouldn't navo lasted the half of twenty rounds, but I hurted me arum on hi Pi bow. I think I've broke one of the small bones In me wrist. If Ol lver git another chance at him he won't bo as lucky as he was to-night." It turned out that Peter s: arm wan not broken, as he supposed, though there Is no doubt that it was severely Injured. Though Peter's friends were disappointed that he did not knock Iluhlin out. they were delighted beyond measure by the exhibition of gameness he made. It was never thought that he would stanu tne gait as ue uui. auu since that time there has never been a hint derogatory of his pluck and courage. That ltuhlin was dead game was shown by the punishment he had received when he fought Kid McCoy at Syracuse. In this fight McCoy cut him almost Into ribbons, and though the decision went against him. manv people felt that he was so strong at the finish, despite his terrible loss of blood, that he would have outlasted McCoy, had the rounds been Indefinite and not limited to twenty. ciinr-n th.ri 'Rnhlln hrw advanced consld- T erably In fistic skill and his easy defeat of Bharkey was quite a reamer in ins caji. uu came within an ace of beating Fltzslmmons In the tlrst round of their contest, and though ho was knocked out by the Cornish man, ho Is still thought so well of that he will probably meet Jeffries some time next spring. He and Maher will probably attract one of tho largest nsemblages ever seen about a ringside in Philadelphia. One of the talented of the turf writers of America Is Major C. C. Wheeler of the Drooklyn Citizen. Ho Is a scholar and master of "pure English, undulled," whom I have alwajs read with pleasure, and fre quently with profit. Ho is a spee!alb-t, hof ever, and not an "all-around sporting scribe." or he would never have written "The contemporaries of the Ilenlci 1 Hoy could never be made to believe that he was defeated fairly by Tom Saver-." ns he did in n recent article. "Stringing John Hull the American Tout Abroad." anent the persecution American joekles and train ers have been subjected to in Ungland. KRM3 WILT, I.nYK THE III.Nfi. Friend hay He Will Study Architec ture at Columbia I'nlv erslty . hkpi'hijc SPKCIAU New York. Dec. 3. Frank Krne. the hero of many ring battles. Is reported to be about to enter Columbia University to take a course In architecture. This announcement will bt- a surprise to the followers of the roptd nren-i. 11s latterly it has bien taken for granted that all suc cessful pugilist-, have but two fields open for the exploitation of tin ir genius histrionic art or ".loon ketplng In a dispatch from IlttfTaln to-night Lrne declares thut he will never fight again. He will not open a cafe or saloon, either, li adds. His friends -ay tint he h u a liking for architecture and that nil Indications jolnt in tho direction of his taking a cotir-e in that art In some college and then going into an architect s otllce tor practical tvperience. oicAit : KnMiii-iKi'iiATi;n. .luck Hamilton Coin (In- Decision In 11 Twenty-Hound Ilont. Youngstnvvn. O.. Dec. 3. Jack Hamilton of Troy. K. Y.. and Oscar Gnrdlner roiiiit twenty rounds before the Mahoning Athlet ic Club to-nicht. The deci-Ion was given to Hamilton. UroUers :t. Soutlierns 1!. The Itrekers tf the Central ."ueked-Hat Leajrito won tho .ld jjanie frtm t'ie rioutlurn Inst iih-ht on tiie Crecnt hIIcjs Th llrokers etirteil ir. bv wlunhiR tl. first three bsiik. and It lonl d like, a clean sweep but the D and ll not Role; nnd wen tli last two cam- -aslly Capfvin l"eamley Ind In bis new laen I'earkes and Gritb who tld for Beeend place. G. Dammcrt arid D. I'.Uk did the honors for the Southerns, b.sre: llrokerw Southerns. Name ". JI A v. Name. C M Av. Die. kes . 2 ZH 4S 1-3 43. Dam't 3 23 31 Hr.ts-re ... b IS 30 2-5 1 Dam't. 4 17 44 2-3 (If'ImTn . 4 23 4n I. Heck 6 IS 411-5 Fenrr.ley . X 4 4)2-3 II. Ileck... S 21 44 Gratll f... 4 11 4 1-3 W liev.. 3 37 45 3-3 Totals. .21 bis H 2 11 Totals.. .27 111 it 21-J Iniierlls :t. Acmes a. The Innrals of the eft i:n.i .Ajcked Hat I-eanue won til" odd same from th- A. lues 11 the later ilul.s alleys This was tie first de feat that the cmes h.ve met with tins seas .n The l.atui of the match was the performame of Otto Schneider, who mnd the IVrlb'.e 1 1 tae laet a.-me. ITevions to 'i--t nht. S-.. the r" tible had nevr l-n nwde but up-si two oe-a-rlons In a match game. In 19 l.roclcman. a l. .,f 1,a I ritcu I'.illtlffV t Illlt Of th PSt i:nl lAuvn a.Toniptisli! it. n-1 two week ?j l.rli-t i.veriz i ie ....-.......-, .lis,. vurel Acmes. Name. Tl A v. Sehnel.'. r . 31 3K 1-3 1-eclc 241 4 1. Key burn . ..-'A 31 1-a :-tz . ...2. 32 Mitchell ..2s4 .e 4-. Total. ....IS 3 7-23 Imperials. Name. T 1. Av. Spent er . .. 2G3 33 MtCaUKhan 2IJ 4 2-3 Masnus ,...3 33 2-3 Red IM) 32 tMwling ....273 34 3-3 Totals... .1WS 6SS-a llrond and Callnltnn Draw. Philadelphia. Dec. S-KM il,?"1,"'.'""',11 an.1 Tim Calltlun of this city fought a slv S.,l tail it the l'cnn Art Athletic i'lub to mgW. H?"l. went the limit, but Callahan had a shade the tetter of the contest. Banks Approved. ItniT'HIJC SI'ECIvL- W-i-hlngton Dec. 3. The following banks have been approved as reserve agents: The Hanover National. New York, for the Ada National. Ada. I. T. The National Bank of Commerce M. JaAils-. for the New Ksgland National, Kan- E!rhc' cnaso" National. New York, for the First National. Rosebud. Tex. et.uui.-li strikes to tot il 9. Ill the lift cam" the Aimes totaled 221 and Iroke the Vt Kn.l leeord f..r hlsh team Kame. Dow.ins led the wIn.-.otH. and ,-chnel.ler did likcwl'e for the Aimen. Sere: INGLESIOE TRACK MAY BE REOPENED. Newly Oi ;uh.m1 Pan Francisco .lorkcy C'Inl. I'mvliasfd Sltaie.s of CorriLMii :iud I'lliiuiii. SPECKELS NO LONGER OPPOSED I'liiuo I'oniatow.vKi Making Things Hum on lheC;ia.M Si. Ciitlibci't Kipials tin San Francisco lit-rord for Tlim Quarter. UriTI.!.;''prvIAl.. San l-V.mcisco. Cal.. Dec 2. At a meet ing of all Interested partiis the newly or rntilzed San J"ranieo Jockey Club tiil- aft-moot) putchased the shsrn of Udnard Corriguii and Jo-oph Ullmaii In the Pa cific Cua't Jockey Club, which owns the li'ie In;(lsiije track. J'rince l'oniatowski and his associates have doubtless Sftno a."urance that tliey will le able to reopen Ingleside. now that Corrig.ia Is out of the way. A. II. Speckel-, who was mainly Instru mental in hivirg InglesIuV closed, wilt no lunger be in opposition lliadwater. J'at Murtl-ey. Danserfield. Gold one. St. Cutlilort and Plloa wre the winners to-day. Speillie made a great bid for the eoin ii tile llr-t race, but Headwater beat him through the treteh lat Morris-y had too muih speed for Ills field. Dangerficld v.as all out to beat Fcreenivell I-ike who was 30 to 1 in the lulling at one time. Ilagor pulled up very l.iine in his pre liminary gallop and was stratched In the mile-aid n-slxuenth race. All bts ce declared ofT nnd Tvr came In for a terrific plunge. In a Io-e finish between tho four hor-es Gold One proved the winner. Gibraltar, one of Hildreth's cracks, w.-w -electe.1 to nm the fifth race at six furlongs, but St. Ciithbert rot only beat the Kastern horse, but covrcil the distance In the Coast record time cf 1 i;, The Spreckils colors were seen In front for the first time in a long while, Ulloa taking the maiden race handily from Onu, Among the newcomers present at the track were Hob Smith and Pen Cameron, both of whom have brought out horses. K. C. Hopper officiated in the Judges' stand for tht first lime this s-aon Summaries: First race. pu.c, nille Hn.lwrar. l 110. t.rn), i to 5. won. Speclne. 105 ii i'wiihi s to f. second. hnllR. ! (Hows n. Zu tu 1. third Time. lSij. Mistral II. I'lng. Cipedtent, l'tr tets. Uconomo ard .n;u also ran Seconi tare, selling, seven furlniiRs Pat Mur-mety-. 105 (O Connor). 7 to 5. won. i:i iillo M7 Ittinm) Ik to 1, second. Our Uzile. MT (IVeJ leltra.-id), 12 to I, third. Time. 1.-7. Oltnlhus Dunblaa. Ulraldo. tvclhurst. Osmund, lnu-rlou und Ilrculr.n al-o ran. Wolhnrst brt.lc .uwn ..P'f1-!?- "Ing. ' furlon(rsani:,rtiel.i. 112 (J Miller). 4 to S. won: Scriennell bake, va JIlaly). 15 to I. -cond. lyinelinev. icu lirni. to 1. third Time 1:114. Plcklow. Ii.n ijjzln. Galanthus, ionce, Tlic Elk and llernato al ran Fourth race, handicap, mile anl a sixteenth -(.old One, -, (Domlnlck). si to 1, won. IMJerot. so (J. Walsh). 7 ta I, sw-end: Tyr, 1 (J. Martini 1 t. 5, third Time. 1.4M,. Malay iln ran llfth race, selling. lz furloncs St Cuthbrrt. 1"3 (J. Woods) 4 to 1. won. Theorv. 103 (M.Mir.Ce) !. i , ,A'"lJi .taisr. iiv tvoourni. . to j. third. Time. I:lSi, Porrplno. I"j.il. Daniel. Mls Itoisena and Prestldmtair r also ran Sixll race, purse, maidens, six f-itlonxs Clloa. 101 (Coburn). 4 to S. voo. Onyx. US iKrnvrlry). :. '.". i "J"1!: Ixiuise Hooker. 1'4 (Mounce) 1; to 1. third. Time. I. it IMla Conn,!-, fenaur Mait. Ilaclno MuM'hy. Del Itlo and Illmo Ori.1 also ran. To-Uny'a Oakland IlntrlCH. First race, rutuilty Course, selll.-iK: fsiis-sado i,n iier-oI-sn ... 'ecoF jl Kilty Kelly Matt Horan tv Harry Thatcher Pogu l.lll :r. i Dian.r.1 Fi-ul Play 1.3 i jce,. liennl. 110 .l! MS riunte. 11 .luy . lu"kty va Second race, six furlongs, purse, mallen 3-year- Kstallada .110 :or) 113 113 AprndN IVIlww Je Jim llnle Itavelllre: . Kilty I.un.lv Il.fra . Marv Alice ..IP) lrt I Mi 113 israiy 113 Third race. mile, ttlllr..-- Jlitten 5 I Wvornln- tvmwell 107 I First Call t-ampus Ill sir Kitten . . .17 ls7 ..! t ..I'll 11J 1'J( Ale ...!v. f l-eiice . .-103 I Carda ... -.107 I lvtr lVrnavs ivii launch hnvertfne touiin race, mile and a quarter. Oppor..nt (Toimst Owenslwro . . is The ii..i,tn Keenly ..!-, ; Iw.tor 3Iarks Gauntlet l)( I t , lajcochee . . ,.1j7 1 vVKrel Hoot Fifth race, six fjrljnx pur.;: K-sleclc 54 1 Itejutlfe . Irato . .. MJ II muike Kk.1. .." v I scallyvvni: Tnny Ilflle 11 I ct,;,) ,,r Sixth race., s-ven furlongs. selll-is: MoittllaiM $ j Cue. M li.)Jnd!re . . ;.j liB-rd., .. " .. " M'.Sunin I oiUnung .... Muntanus . . . 1 I Iena bJbaris p.; 1 Mike Hire Itlruild IS, ; Terll.U Cloudy and fast. 10-) l'O . M . X ve F.7 . s4 II 117 .Ml Pj2 Ml liM .MI)ISO TI'IIP AhMICIlTION. Trains leave foot of Olive street 1. 1:5 " Z-22, :.K. :r.. 5.27, 6:1. - . - TItAC'K WAS Hi: IVY. Only Tho Favorite Mn.Ie Good at esr Orlenns. New- Orleans. Dec. 1- Drizzling rain throughout the night and to-day made the track lieivy this ufternooii. CIiM'IImm nnd Jim W. were the only winning favorites. As the r.-alt of a violent quarrtl after the racing on Saturday, during whleh vvraons were d'av-.n. but not u-i d. Hie stewards fined George w l'oole KX an 1 II. Simons S1W to-day. The sumin.-.tles: . J lrtl cr- f,x furloniss. seiiinit-re John. I'rt .Due,;, n to 2 and s to 3. won Doutcr swivel .. IN HUP. 10 to 1 and 3 to 1 -. .rd. AHIn VV'.. pr.i (J Jnnrsl. S to 1 'thin! Time. till,. HMer r.ot. Musket. C.rnn and. Gove.nur .lolin. Klal.t llls. Colonel Cissldy and Iank lieland al-. ran se.-or.d rn.-e. live and a half fuil.avs Tea i.own. 1J4 (T. Xnnel, 7 to 1 ar-l 3 to i. wti W. J. lube.. H7', .Mitchell). 7 to I and 3 to 2. second Semior Meijuode. 5 to 1, third. Time 1:13V. il.rrlman. Zaek Phelps. Fl"c!ie d'ui Dlvenne, Add and Krewer al-o ran Third race, seven furlongs. eelllnit-OIekniu. 91 (IX Hooker) C to 2 Old 10 10. won. ShIII" J. 1U2 (Udand). U to 1 and 4 to I -ec.nd lil-Onn Vail. 104 Hi 3lur.(:y) 5 to 1. thin! Time l:33-i. Seguninea, Diuna Fcnso. I31.mor anl ltuh Hughes also ran. Fourth race, mile, handicap Obsidian. lG7t iMItebell). 4 to 5 and I in 4, um; Wnndtrlt !' (May). 2 to 1 and 7 to 10. ("emv!, Gleri leike. S71 (Dale). 4 to I. third. Time, 1-43 lirln also ran Fifth race, on" mile. selMtis Fnrie Hill. H (Mtt belli, 3 to 1 and even. win. Hen Chance 113 (Nrvaii. 34 to 1 and even. scond: I.naJile 10." du-isoir.). 2 to 1. thtnl Time, tiiu s-ixth race, selling, sis furLincJIm W ioj iMcJovnt). 2 to 1 and 4 lo 3. won. Icust Illos. t..m. 1. J Wal.hl, 10 to I and S to 1. second: latholin. 110 (Hohvidi. S to I. third. Time. l:a,. Acurhia. Candleblak, Jlrn Gore II. yuaver. Ignis. Chiffon and Charley Daniels also ran. To-I))'n Crescent City Un tries. First race, six rurlongs: Armun.l 9 .Casllpe iiv; Uiln Here 9-i I Dlvertben ent lej Made Varle .i I Kiss Qv,lck 1.4 Mls Itos" 9SlTo Annus 104 Second race. mue. peinrg Janov.n.sl M Fairy Pilnce M HJucale til Zk I-r-elpe . ...Ml DOC'S 'Iecum ... 132 Glen Uow ..... . 12 ,..1C1 . 101 ..103 . s.) ..111 ..Ml . I"'. ..PV v arro . . .. Julius Werner Irvine Mavor .. Iteile J.impon . Third race mile and twerty yards- Jack Martin , W Innuendo False Iad Ilm V Dan Cupid Helen p.ixton ... .-irar.st I-lnar ! I Hio.. Slsier Vvx .... lirlcht Maht .. l.lshop It"-.t Grev I'.-rc" . ai 1.0 Franroile .r.)l I ouith fjee. seven furlinc. handicap: Acusbl'V 0 I I"tl. . .. . Glen I.nke . 7 I Muroni . . .. ...1.12 .... i; 107 Monk vvayman :5110m cuiiinj Knieht R.nneret ...'ri I Fifth race, six furlongs: Tiladitza 'Jit l-dv- Curzon Silver Coin 101! Avatar V td'inan 104 I Midsummer Ida l.dtord 104 I Joe 3I:iltln sixth race, seven furlongs, selling: Dick Furber Dan Ste.ie !uck"r b (Orion Dk Farls 1) Isln Doisierswlvet 1'iJ I Trust Me lian.lv H l'J3 1 scrivener Old Fox U Veloy Good .!ght b3 I Sauber ...Ml ...M4 ...107 ...Hi ...-P3 ...103 ...1 C ..1 rt ...1 "i ..bis . ..117 Four Favorite nt HennlnK". Washington. lec. 3. There was Rood siwri again to-dav at Denning-, although the rates were without special Incident. tour favorites won The weather was cloudy and raw. Sum maries: First race, selling, seven furlongs Fluk. ?( HI. Michaels), even, won; Federalist, HI (K. Hewitt). 5 to 2 and 4 to 5. second; Cncl" Josh, s 1 J. Slacki. 13 to t. third. Time. iua 1-3 Give and Take. Decimal, Captain January, Syl van Dell and Directum also rsn. Second race, maiden 2-year-olds, five ant a half furlongs Provost. S7 (Richards'. 4 to 1. won: Velapmez. 107 (McCuei. 7 tu 3 and 3 to 5. second: ilmothy Foley. 110 IT. Uurnsj. 3 w 2. 'third.' Tine. 1:10 2-3. Kirc llro.k. Pan. Jam'-s J. Cerbett. Mbou. C'Min I'fV. Worel- spfke Hiid Irenal nbo ran MliiKlm.iter stait J but I Id nt the noe nn-I Ij!I I u finish Ihlrd ran. 2 vear-olds and uiiuanl. mile and fifty yard" sVi,try. t'S I Mickl. S to 2. woo, Ameilti. 5 (Ili.k.r). 1 to 1 and 3 to 1. reeond. Hlur Skin. .' (flileno. 4 t" I third Time. !. I : T.ilwa. llnuiV'.ldt. Ineenyl. Harry Mis'oun nnd Min Iuis al-o rati. Fourth ! rv.trcMs, helllnr. six fiiTbmcs Itilunta. W (llrennanl 4 tu 1 won, Kuik's Favorite, ss ll.ilenl. I to 1 and 3 t 1. seisci I: l.inil.'.lli. si n!atiiin) M ! 1 third Time. 1.17 1-3 lidy Hnyimn, Fltu.ur, Hi-brlin. I:iiIkii. The Iholl-r. Iallt.ui Hoffman anil obey alho tan. ... ... Fjrtli rare, selling, nille arjl a .txtrntli -Jle-lvt.l .f Dare. II. li" Imrti-i. 7 to 1", 'l. t'harawllld. 1"7 iMi'Vl, 3 to t and 7 to , i.n.1. Kiehn I'lrd. Iti7 (Miles I. k In 1, third 'llinr mil tTiarlo INtts. Judje MlK' and Hold I'P al" ran Sixth rare mile mi-1 1 fi nrls-Spum. 1 VI (Hrlen). 2 to 3. won. Ib.nl nioV. IJ7 I, slaeki. 13 to 1 and 4 to 1. second. Itonluran. Iil7 .Mile-) 7 to 1. third Time, 1:0.1 3 3. lievcrare and (il.e a.ld Take also ran. ro-IJn'R llrnnlogs Unlrles. First lac. l.mdlrap. z-y.-ar i.Ms and upward six and a half lurletizi': (Tian-ntus ' MllnlKlt tiim-.. 1 ' I Manle-rt - - "s. ! "rrv J.: Sl.-ons . ' Mri!lnw . ... ' )!uit7lle'. hill . i:Carbu-nls W Pllliee K.baid .l'.4 r-cond raee. inaidin 2yearoM tiilits. five fnr- lune. Dactyl . .. . naio . . Allien Al.b-.it. W.l.ii Girl .. IllI.llII.'- . .. I Know .. ... .10 :.u:inav.r 10 .. .IP An-n DtrllnR 10 . .. 1 A Dum Ihiro : Hi. r h,.ii,,r Woul I'l . .11) Curtsy 1-0 to 1 1 H gear Ijdy l' IV ! ITuU Fe Tiiird rie, r.ialden 3-year-o:ds and up. mil -in I l.lty yiir.1". The o-aU-aft 1 ' lrir,v . re ") Ovenla wli'TI.. Irlvtr I ' IU11I. 1'ii T.ndcrloln M iVup!ed. 1'ounli rsee. year-cl.ls that 1-ave nvr woi ni-.re than two races, en nniorc-. IJIKan II man... .'Oi'Watenon Itlue ,-,kln bC Handy liuy Albert Knriclit i- lMset.eM laidy Pa Men Mi.vfuile Kihl ire Ibx-ue l: s.rtr; (ailie S .. . ..IiIj Ttie Hliymer.. . U3 . 1'. 113 III 1' llfth rfcfe. r-elUliK. 3 year-olds atid up, Cltle a'i 1 one I undred yards. Momentum .7s3 W.st linden K3 Timt.Ur ' ll" 4rdr llunJinan '" I's"nial W J. II Moan -tlUiii!ltuier Tyrsher.a :s I Mxth rati, laoidicup for l.nrses that hue h- n 'iileml In hurdles arid steeples .turinx in.? n.e.t lnc. mil- and ltree-ijiiartrn o. trt till. Hr Hubert .. .. ljsi P.Ilamj 1 '3 I'ra'i.tiUuial ...... I ' lliearb nf Promise I'.r'.m l-i' Sah-it . .. . Mtt,.n- Ill I Until! n. MjkIi Ught IliiFHI-lie Mlur tvx. .. I!0 -.r I 'Irk ib.uld 'C bl.li.fane . ... The Driver 103 1 1 .b2 .191 . a'. . 91 r-.MG or iiiTEint hoot. laile Mareus S)at s llriii.l of Horses (o He -old Next VI 00 Ml. "The l!-:.osil sale of tin- late Marcus Daly s thoioulibt'ds and ham. ss hor-vi". w tilth N aiiunuuciil to tak place in N. v: lurk i.uly next a.. means the bnakitK t.p of the mo-t .xt-n-ive s.tHbIish:neul :f Its kind on this continent." did C. . Crovvby .. -tenia v '"th late M. Daly was a luiiiti-tnililoiialro and Ills .Montana breed ing farm. In the famous Itilt.r Hoot Valley, was .in iirtmu-e alfuir. To supiejrt the im 1110 se bird of peolgit-ed hors s th tt roumtd through the iai..iloiks of liitt. r Knot. Mr. D.-lv Had umit r ultlvatlon I3X) acre- of Irrigated land, which pro luted r.3.010 bushels of laie oil- mid 10.C) tons of pute timothy bay this jtat. Tht re are about .0 .supvr lnt. udcuts, trainvrs, grooms and farmhands employ. il 011 the ranch, and Hie monthly pay roll ntv(r fail- below- Fi3,'j0. "The light hnrni.-s broodmare band oil the ranch IncIuJi s many of th- best troit. rs and parirs foaltd In this eountty In recent j.ars. .one of th. in vost ilr. Daly less than $l.io. while ior so.-ne he paid as hlslt as Jlo.i. Mr Daly never uml to -JI hi beM illllcs. preferring to retain them for breeding purposes. The stallions at the h. ad of the IikIU harness dot urtment of the stud include I'rodlgal, 2. IS. the most Mitxs-Iul sire of colt trotters of the pres ent s.a-on. Mllroy. the black son of Guy Wllk.-s, How Hells, a producing son of Elec tioneir and 1 once De Leon. 2:13, the fast est son nf Fatisoast." Tin: msii iihi.ngn a :ooi phici:. Sells for tjS'J.firai to W. II. Met'orkle I'lnU lost Sells for r53M7r.. IeS3.Iiigtn..Ky.. Dec. 3. The Woodard & Shnliklin thoroguhbrid sale opened to-.lay with a line nttc-fitlunre and a grand lot of horses. The Hush, at Ji'V), registered the top pricu in the oic-ulug auction. Pink Colt was second at J2.I73. The sales fur II,'") and over follow: Tr-e Hu-h. b t , 3. by OJ1 Fellow, dam Chintle-s. VA II. Mct'orale, la;inj,l.n. I2.j0. Port Wine, e K . 2, l y- Portland, dam Clarel: A K l:abcsK;k. Nl-tiolasvlll" Ky , JI.4.0 Ciorlta. ti t . 2. ly In I- lajyallsl. dam l.jthe, VV. II Mav & s.inIeS.ingt.n, (1.123. Pink 1 '.x.t. h Irl a, I.) la-nnatu-. dam Alics Hlari.t T P. Ilay.s, Dnncrall, Ky.. 12,475. Scr.e.1 for -.vandal, th f.. 2. by Teuton, dam Flyng ltiimt.r. ttoine lle.pass. Cincinnati. S1.2. label "Wheat, cli. f., 2. by Imp. Pursebearer, lam Martha urch, 1" Starao-i. Nashville, l).-u. IIiioiIImiII hold In Huulantl. pvi:pi iii.ic M'i: t.vu L xlugion. Ky . liee. 3. Colonel Milt Yourg. Pupi.tPr if th" .Vb Gratlil.ini siud. has sedd to ismtth hi lailand the uee,a lce horse Hand l.all. 3 years 01. ty Hanover, dam Keejisake by OLondaKa Har.lliail vt.1k a u.sl winner its a Z and a yesr o.d slid was r. -.ently b.u!it by I'oung to luse tile llace of the dead sire. bi-rs has se-urcd from Hngllbh art.s. and will s.xn imiort 10 this country, tlie ia liotse and nrc ioiieftr. a son of ormon Is and Crucl i.le. 11. 1. a 11.lt Lrotbtr to ..old Cup. Gul.l II. Id. lsncatter Cup, GoIJ-pring and otiier ud one. Il.e llansa. nun, it Is bc-llevel. Is an excliange. .unK .! slung a son cf Ormonde and the Kt.g-li-n tirc.der u eon of Hanover. M-UMIHI W.WS AMirilKR Till I Again Challengl-s Grlese.IieeU for .Merliio.l T ropli (;.issii of Traps. 11 c Grlcs.dl.ck will not be allowed to hold lliu Mermod trophy without deletiuins It regularly onee a weeK it the prc-scut rate of mall. lines coniinucs to flow to his dcor each wees- Tins time ( harlot bpenor wants another ttlal fur the medal, as he is not MitUitecl with tno way fie snot two vvcc-ks ago, unci: Iiu lost a cualK-tige- match to il.u ciiampiou. Mr. Grlcs.d.eck is shoot ing in rate- 101m tnis fall at.d bids fair to hue! the trophy iiutll the ciuso of the sea son A3 there is no condition by vvhtcn atiy mun can win tho bronze emblem lor ills own proicrty. me bolder will have to be rcdv lo detend it onee a week, as Mr. Urle-edhck hns set tne precedent of ac cepting a chullcrgc as toon as he receives one. Mr. Sic:iccr's challenge follows: "sporting K.d'.tcr of 1 in. Republic: 1 here by enailenge Mr II U Gricsedieck for the Alex. .Mermotl troidiv under rules and ci.11 d'Hons which gnve-iu same. Knowing that he will name an early elate, 1 urn. very truly. (HAKl.i.S o. Sl'M'riK. ' Dave Klllott returncl e-terdiy from Omaha, where lie went to attend ttie Inter city shoot between tne team of that town and one of Kansas city. Dave shot vvltii his old team cf tne K.nv and missed but one- bird in lllty ir. the mattli 'isc genial nianam r of I'll 1 .nit Park announces that the Iiuerclty matt 11 with lite ;nlc:u 1 I. .11:1 ptobably will take place In the Wlnly City early In January instead ut next a.Uurday as cfiigmully Intel ucd. A team c-ontfit between the trapjhoters of Atnerlta and Knsland has brought about 11 considerable iiuioiiiu of gcsup -mong the target and plge.111 shooters of tho United Slate.' Cncle S.t.u has won In yacht ra cing, has likewise excelled in sharpshoctlng events, also In itthletic contests and now lor the first time tae trap-hooters will try conclusions with the Englishmen "n still another line. Tho prospective match Is the result of the efforts of Paul North of Cleveland, o., who, afti r viewing the l a-.s Kxpo-ltloti. made a four through Uugland and l-lted the shoot ing fraternity. An effort was made to have tho (Oiliest take place last summer, but, owing to insullitlenl time lor creparatlon, tho team will not Lo ready to start until tarlv next spring. While the Ham is not as jet selected, the names of sonic of the most prominent trap shooters of this country have been m-n-tioii'-d. Tom Marshall of Kieth-burg. III., one of the most prominent. Is at prr-e-it un able to shoot on account of a disable I shoulder, nceivid lu a fall, lie is now un dergoing treatment In Chicago. Among others nontioned for the team are J A It. Ulllotl of Kansas City. ( hauncey M. Powers of D'-iatur. Jack S. Panning of California. Prank Pannalee of Omaha. Hiehard Merrill of Milwaukee, who attend d many of the shooting tuurnamtnts in Knglalid last summer; Holla O. Helkes of Dayton. O.; William It. Crosby of O'Fallon. 111.: Fred Gilbert nnd Charles lindd of Iowa, John J. Haleivvell of Ilrldgeport, Conn.: KImer K. !r-i'. of Illoomlltld, Ind.. an.l Charles Young . Sprlnghel.l. O. The team will con.s.st of ten of the best nvallablo lars,tt shots, aside from several substitutes not et s. lected. In the coming week most of the crack trap-hooters u: America will attend Watson's annual tour nament In Chicago, and It is expected thai all .irrancement- for the International match will lie completed there'. Junior Association I.eauue. aftmlicrs of the Junior Association Football Iatguo are having -nslderiitile trouble In de cldii.g their games On Sunday tbe c Ik '. Juniors and the Cj. lists Jui.lers rlajd .. tie ganiO 141 1 to 1. mm..- .....wv3 niuiuun iumi the r.iroe with th" Shamrock owing to alleged fnullrc .ni 'he part of tre wearers cf the green. The stundlng f f the Icat-ue to date follows: vvt.11 iyv. iicn. e'is. Ct lists Junior? ... c" Il 1' Juniors ... (1IoIm Juniors . .. Sl.anircck Juniors . 1 , 1 . 0 . u Ilnrry Vliieenge Nrsv I'oMltlnn. Harry Vlnccnz. Agent Harry Knell's as sistant at the Terminal otticu In Madison, has been apjiointed .station agent at the inoir7.nm He Is employed at the Madison town depot in the forenoon and at the pool rewaa Jfcuul in the afternoon. CHAMPION REMAINS IN GEERS'S CHARGE. Thp "Sik-nt Man" Will r.intinn.' to Train and Drive Tin- Al- iiott, 2:0:: l-j. GELDING'S WONDERFUL RECORD His l'nhcah'ii Caivcr l.a.-t Ycir CaiiM-ri Fni'-fiii-All Tro.s to ISc Alinli-ltid on .rami Circuit This Year. "Tiie eon-isnment of troltcts and pacers from lie lltirnlm Uarnt. wiibh were dis jssed of In New ork list v. ek. brought $37.11.:., an average or Jl.it: for thirty-six head." said John P. Hratlon, who lu just returned from tho New- York Horse Show. "The Abbott. :.C'5, the world's champion tiotter. was the bright, particular Mar of the Hamlin consignment. He was lamht by Firo Comrni'sieiier John J. Scann'll of New York City lor J20-VO. Thomas W. Uw son. the Boston niiilionaire. wa- the cm lending bhidir for The Abbott He st irted the lull r lling with a led of iX.. Then Mr Si-anncl! offered IX.VQ. and sctutetl the gelding. "It was rumored at the time that The Abbott wa? lioiicht for Hiehard Crokcr. the Tammany leader, but Mr Scanr.ell denied the ri.rnor. Ho --iys he bought the trotter for him-elf, and that he Intends to let 1M Geers train and drive 1.1m next v.ar. Geers developed The Abbott for the Messrs. Hani- "The Ablott is a fe-j car-old bay gelding, bv- Chlms Nettle King, by Mambrlno King, lie made his sulky r.s.ord-2.ti"i-at Terre Haute I.i-t fall. His wagon recoid Is 3.03'-. ullhotigh he also trotted a publl.- inlh to wagon In 3 R at I,ex!ngton last fall. The Abbott has be. n In training since 1U7. He made his firt aptx-ai nice that year at De troit, when he tinl-hed second In the famojs ;iO.(iu.J Merchants' and Manufacturers' Stake nt Detroit. Ho started in nine races that year, winning six. In DOS he started ten times, and wo-i seven racf. reducing his record to 2.CV4. In K9 he was invincible, winning ten straleht rac.s ard reducing his ncord to 2.;'4. This s. .ton he was con sidered in a rliss by himself, nnd us no free-for-alls were opened on the Grand Cir cuit, he wa" forced 10 go asalust the watch. "I!eir-at-ljw. 2o5. whs bought by A. G. Danferth fc Sou of Washington. III., for fi.:i'. Heir-at-lJiw- is a black horse, by Mambrlno King Ustabella. bv Alcantara. He Is about the r.ist.st pacer the Mesfrs. H:.mlin vv.r bred. Hlr-at-Utw, In addition to being a great race horse, has al-o proven a sucee-s In the -tuti. Two nf his get 1j o. 2.13'z. and laiutty. 3.1I' were sold at the same s-ale. and both fetched good prices, laisso going for Jl.DOO and Uquity fcr J1.1W. "Hex Amerlcus. 2:lHi, went to Slerlln; Holt cf Indianapolis for J3 3.. Hex Ls a 10-jear-oM bav hor-e. by Onward -Gleam. by Dictator Like Helr-at-I.aw, Ilet Amerietis is also a successful site. Several of his sons and daughters went for fancy prices at this 3alc. "That sturdv trotter. The Monk, 2.0S13, brousht only J1.0J5 He was hid In by W. Pierce of Shan sv ille. Pa. The Monk is a 7- tar-old brown gelding;, by Chimes Gold finch, by Mambrlno King." ATHI.F.TIC HF.VIVAI. F.T .i:It. I'ast Cinder Path Almost Completed on M. I.onls A. A, A. Grounds. Though track athletics are resting these chi'ly days, the pr. paratlnns for a great revival of athletics iti St. I.ouls the coming spring are procres-ing dilly. Tom Aitken 1- building a cinder path In Forest Park for the St. Louis A. .J A. which will surprss anything of Its kind in the West. The path is u quirter-mlle affair and ls almoM completes!. The turns ate hanked propor tionately for the- requirements of sprinte's, and the straights appear to be very fast. The straightaway for the standard sprints of 1W yards is sufficiently long to-allow of Mopping without going into the turn and to have Uu-yard hurdle races without the use of the turn. For the 22D the turns will, of course, have tc be used. It is the Intention of the association to foster athletics next year, and -arranic-lueiits have about been completed to have Tom Altken as trainer to look after and de velop the athletically inclined members. An inner field hns been prepared for the event of that character, ami all that re mains for tho completion of the track ls the rolling which wtll be dope tills week in an ticlpitlou of snow, which is expected to pack the track and make It faster than any oth r In America. The annual meet of the Western Divls'on of the Amateur Athletic Union will be held In tt. Louts In l:"iI. If pre enl plans do nut miscarry, thus giving St. Loui'iins a chance to witness !lrst-clas sprinting, hurdling and Jumping. It Is close on to six ears since St. laiuls has held a goad out-door athletic meet CIIAHI.li: DVMHI.S IN CIIAHGK. George Ileekel Has Turned Athletic I'urk. Over to Hint. Charles Daniels, tho lurmer treasurer of the old Poise's 'inealer and llngeii Opera hoULO. announces that he has procurtu the iiiai.asemeut of Athletic Pan: and wtll put tee u at .nice lo tcnovatt and lmpruve tno plant, nnd have it tit shape to accommodate indoor athletics as well as outdoor sports. GeorAe P. Heckil. the ex-Councilman, who 1 as been running tho park heretofore, Llcce.l Daniels In cnarge yesterday. Daniels 1 lans lo tear out the posts under the grand -land and convert that section into a gym nasium and arena for holing and wrestlin. bouts. If tills plan is Impracticable, a new building for tills purpo-e will be erected in the northwest, rn corner of the park. cordlng to Pr.nlel-. he his engaged Denny Yangcr. the "Tipton Slasher," of Chicago, to be boxing Instructor at th" new club Dtnlels also says that he expects to h.tvo the St. latuis Association bootball Leanuu play at tho Athletic Park here- Whcn he heard that Daniels was dicker ing with the Glllesple-Ko-boriugh football combination. George Diel. one of the organ izers of the AJsisjIation Football League, that has been playing ghmes at Athletic .. .. 1. . . . n-s.. rr,.,.,i!atr. office and stated that he was prepared to go Into to court to prevent the deal from going "'"vVe'have a contract with the Athletic Park managers to play all our games there this season, and I th'nk we can make It stick.' said Mr. Dltl. "We have a strong league and nrc prepared to play oar sc':ed ile. nm slow as a thi- mioothh. Will Meet 'Tliil" Daly in a Special Contest n tliieeni., 1.. I.. To-llaj. ni:i'l'l!UC SI'KTAL. New Y.nk. Dec. 3.-PeekIrg to add to his fame "Tod" Sloan will to-morrow attempt to defeat "Phil" Daly. Jr.. in a llve-birl shooting match at the Interstate 1 ark. traps in Queen-. I.. I. Tiie cmJitior.s re iu re the tortestantH to stand at lltlrty vards and shoot at flfly birds for S-y-J .1 b Among trap shooters, this match ha- been a sub'ect of dbeusMon ince Sloan agrscsi to It a wes-k ago. The famous jock' a last work at il.e traps in ins im.u -turre.1 In tiie sining of l', ami. although he has competed abroad slre then his , .c ceptaneeof a matclt was usually made with out preparation , , . For sl(tre time, however, he Ins been doing steady -hooting, and his cagern.-ss to join bwue with Daly-an acknowledge.! go! shot Is taken i-s eoneluslve evidence tliat his preiimlnnrv work before the traps r.u been satislJitorv PHOl'I'.sslOXM.s IN GOLF MATCH. Norman Wax t'nal.le lo Play In Four Home. wlnic 1" Injured Hack. Owing to the Indisposition of Professional Norman, th" last Installment of eighteen i oles of the seventy-two-hole matcn be t'ween Mackrell and Norman ami Simpson and Balrd was postponed at the Fair Grounds vesterday. Norman strained his back last Saturday while stliving fur dis tance otf the tee. He wns plnying a match with Mnckrell on the Country (Tub links. M-ekrell vvas 2 up and 3 to go when Nor man In a desperate effort to pull up, swung it .1" ball vvith terrific force. He met it fairly ard followed through so ferociously that he swnrg around and wrenched his -nine Where did the ball go? No one ever found it tut Mackrell Is willing to swear thai it far outdistanced any previous drive ma.ie in this part of the country by 109 J"ln lid of iho four-ome. there was a three-some, in which Mackrell and Simi-s-on and Haird did very little playing, but a lot of "jollying" and "kidding." Mackrell lure Specific Like leprosy of old. ContaRlous niood Po'son was for ases suppo-d to be incurable. This ancient idea is not ct altogether extinct It still e-xl-ts in the minds of many old fogy physicians, who .ontlnue to silivute their patients with potash, mercury ami oth.r danger ous mineral mixtures, which, instead of forcing the dis ease out of the sysnim. drives It dc.'ter In, where it lies dormant for a time, nnd then brenk out again In the form of some frightful -kin. bloo.l or Isine dl-ea-e. I cure Speclde lllovd Poison to stay- cured forever I t li.ill. litre the medical world for a case in any stage. hereditary er . ontr ictol. that I cannot positively eur nevcr to re'urn. In from -lxty to n-nety days. M treat ment for this dl-.aue is Indor-.-l Iv the U'st phic Litis of America and Lurope It is pur. ly veet il.l. in iwi- 1.0-111011 an i perioiiy aarinu-ss 111 Iiecl .Mote than 3.30o men. manv of whom had trie.! hot springs. amF. numerous s-welt;e r metii-s n vnin. have lnvn omnb'te-' Iv ai.d fore.er tin til bv tne during tiie pa-t year Phv -rirl.n. bifh.I bv t l.bo'ii 1 i"es are torllally Invited to t onsiilt me bv spe. lal aptielninient 1 also eur to nt jv cur. d sTIIKTI'lill cilXTAflini'S IM.'iOI. piilfc'OV. Ni:i:VO-SKFAI. DF.HILITY and all teflex eomplieations ami ao- I He til-. 1 .". .11 d weakness, s ct men To tlie'v 1n.1l.11. es alone I have earnestly devoted twenty-tiir. e of the last years of 111 v life. Pbjs. i ir , hivirg stubborn cases to treat are cordially invllod to ennsv.lt with me I make no 'hiirke for private counsel, and give to rail pitl-nt a legil (ontraet In wri'irg. backed by .il, nlant .apltal. to hold for my proml-e I; it not worth Ji-ur while lo lnves Igale a c ure th .t has made Ille anew to multitude- of r.ien' If you cannot call at my otllce write me ye r svrrp'oms fully. My home treatment b . one .-smdt nr- is alvva- s succesi..;! Au dress all letters to ADVICE JUt UL1IL Oli City Mptn will ror W UW .C.Ualv7 For Honest I reatment. r-ares all Chronle. Vervona. IIIoocl. 5H-1n and Urinary Ulseaiea bctli sese. ,erTuns UebllHy. Lost vtnntaood, etc.. producnjr nersv. ouT.efs. d.storency ard Irtrttableness or unfitness fr buslnsss or marriaftv. resjit or errors, lost manhood, ,., , . Power rtsto-ed s-.d a radical cure guararteed. Ai i..u PoUons All stares. E-xrma. Ulcer., cured for ll by safs ,Vary SJllS IHudrter all-rents qui klr enrd. Painful. D'fSeult. ' power r.sto-ed s-.d a radical .i. l.i.. . a an '" r '"' "'as wrnici ohe;-"-t urniry r-"i: fM" ,"J all Itectel diseases curd. Mod-rn reethof.- o cuti WJH.1 i'Vs 'h-'her ecrgnfal or teu'rad sncceesful'v ti Medical DIetlonary anl Adviser fre. at ofacs er s-aled DR. WHSTTSER ,.. ' r'lvart tnt.asrs srriles ohet-..-t urniry rts'sc Ask ler diaek 2J. I'lles a.fl a tirctel diseases curd. Mod-rn n-ethtV.- o cutting Cal er writ. for tvdvlca. Durclcal cse. vh-ther er.r.nlI n r.ii'r.a .nereeaevl'v treated. Varicocele In t darts, Dlettonarr anl Adviser fre. at DR. SCSHREINER,) 816 CHESTNUT ST., ST. LOUIS. MO., ) Pn-ne all Private. CDronlc. Nervous P.locd and (.enlto-l'rlnanr Dlsea.es of both UI Oo men and womn. Call or send for Hock and Qjetion IJsts In seald en velope, free, to eiaM you to properly state your cite. Cuusultatton I'ree. liVfaTtLt- Milan Lost Manhood, Palllni- Memory, Loss of Ambl Ilican . tlon. Verroiin Debility, itebllitatlng Hrearrs. Nights ..-e., .ant-occie. istunte.1 ..eveiopmenr. sexual L'eDiuty ,n.l evil eneers caused Dy lcutlful 1 ollits. cr excesses In later years, safely, irfiately and isevitlvele curd. E-vlf-Vf-tH Pnicnn d stasea. Primary Secondary and TertUry. with following symptoms: EslUUU rUISUIIf Falling Hair. Sore Threat. Swollen Civnd.. Kruptlons. Hreaklnc Out on tt.e -!n. I'.humatfm Fon l'alns ind other evidences of Hl(xxl Ii.ea- eared for life. 1 rinary lieaes. oieet. Strleture. Unnatural D'scharues. Kidny an.l HUdder Troubles. Plies and F'stuH curd. Out-of-town patlnt treated br malL Mdiclnes ent everywhere Commit the Ulfl Doctor. Kree. Charges Low. Call cr wrtt. Hours J a. nu to s p. rn. Sundays 19 to 12. Mormon lanopa" PUIS ueUeala cue cerj-tjesrs tr the lead-rs ( tae stomas Oiur-Jl sud war liuwen. TToiiu.e.y cures tie worn catei la ctd asi jrotuur siliins frcn electa of sgstow, olT4lfanon. escnMC. er drsanMsaMlait. Cures Lost ManhQOvt.lrrl potfnOT, Lort jatrmr, Nlrt-LeMas, Ssermatorietia Intvornnla, afna aaVaav1)tsSv .i..sv, s-'.ttfVTJTt sfointat arnitxaions. tvmna tsaca. w.ievr, riiiMo,ini.trraaiaixQRHarryf . Haadaeha-Unf Itntxaa to or constipation, atop, quicvtnasa or D!- in 11 chartxai BtODs Hi- wt.a TWltOninK Of Eyelids, eret r T "" e.u. n W.HHKCI. IJOCtlcKt- cnrvt. aanansi rse or. atHfl nCrs CCRtCTass 4ter X tSnT. er at. ..ney reftmded. with o uaes. CireDim tne. Adarass. RABOTEAIT & CO. Broadway A Lucas Atsv. player! the best ball of the other pair and lest 1 up on the home green He did a 77 for the course without trylnv a lick. The best ball was alsb a 77 for the li holes. Mackrell stated yesterday that he had not given next season any thought, nnd that any announcement to th effect that he would leave the Country Club was prema ture. "It will be time enough to talk nbou; that when I get through my season." sail Mackrell vesterday. "1 have got five months jet to go nnd I must work that out before thinking of poir.fr elsewhere. Of course, it is .my business and a better offer might fetch me, but until I announce otherwise It nuv be taken that I will reirnln In St. LouK" BRIDE'S PARENTS EXTENDED PARDON, Mr. mid Mrs. Frank Komiey Start on Honeymoon With Paternal i'lcssing ami Forgiveness. After tossing about for three days on tempestuous seas the matrimonial bark of Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Kcaney Bailed into smooth waters yesterday afternoon, and if the wishes and prayers of reconciled par ents aval: anything the remainder of the voyage throuch life will be over placed Fen?. Mrs. Keaney was Miss Maud Kstc daughter of II. n. Kstes of the LaPrelle William" Shoe Company, and resided at No. SS33 Julian avenue. Mr. Keaney is the on of Doctor James C. Kcaney of Da Soto, Mo. The tory of their elopement to Delleville last Friday, where, tinder assumed names, they procured a license and were married by a Justice of the Peace, their return to Pt. Iaiuls and second marriage by n Cath olic priest In comformlty with their re ligion, their meetlnc with irate parents and efforts to get another Hcene in their teal names In order to make the legal rec ords clear, the refusal of the marriage li cense clerks to grant another license, be cause Ihe couple could not make oath they were single, as renuired by law, has all bten tcid. Yesterday Doctcr Kearey came to Ft. Iauis from De Soto and held a conference with Mr and Mrs. Estes, the parents of the bride, the result of which was that the youthful couple were forgiven and promised all the iissistaee? necessary to furnish a home, in aoottioii ine vum ...n- ..-.. ill en a bridal trip through the Eat. Mrs. Kstes slid last night: "Doctor Kearey and my husband and myself talked tl.e matter over yesterday and all agreed that the inlr thing for us to do iu to forslve the children nnd help them to get 11 start in life. There is one thing that troubles me. however, and that Is the fictitious names on the record at Belle ville, and the lawyers tell u- that they cinnot be changed and the only thing to be done to identity the assumed names as thov .if mr daughter and son-in-law is to have them make affidavits to the fact and me tho nmdnvlt attached to the marrlase record. TbU will be done as.sijon as they return from tn.ir wedding trip. Young Mr. and -Mrs. Kcaney started on the r honey moo-i last night. They will Iirt go to Chicago, tl.ence to New "iork -ind as far Ilast as Hoston. returning by way of Washli.gion. D. C. They expect to ?et Lack to St. lands on December 25 and wll be .t home" ut the Hotel Bert n alter J.ituary 1. Mrs. Kstc? stated la-t night The -he vull unoer n reception to her daughter shortly- after hrr return. WOULDN'T GIVE UP HIS JOB. Disagreement Arose and Mr. anil Mrs. Miles l.ecainc Separated. Difference of religious belief and her hus band's rcfi'-al to live at the home of his father-in-law cau-ed Mrs Minnie M'fr Mile? to leave her husband. Malvon . Miles, last June. Now the latter Is suing for divorce. He filed ids petition in the Clayton Circuit Court yesttrday. , ,, . Miles ts foreman of the grounds of the Convent of the Good Shepherd at Normandy, and his 7.C11I to emulate the piety of his em ployers.' according to his petition, aroused the anlmo"lty of his wife, who does not believe in the Catholic; rellslon. To get him away from such Influences she wrote to her rather in O-r.I'ti. Pu.lt. and a-ked him for a home for here!f niil her husband. Ur father was willing, but Miles refiucd to go. whereupon his better half picked up her ilud and went by herself. Mr and Mrs. Miles were married In Springfield October 17. 1S3 Merrlweiuer A Taylor Asslan. I.F.PIBUC h'PK'TAU Texarkana, Tex.. tsc. 3. The firm or Merrlw ether & Taylor, grocers of this place, made ti general assignment for tho benefit of their creditors to-day: liabilities. iiM n.. ...uiix wirli rrtvids and accounts. I will rreb.ibly reach V.n'0. Biocd Poison. L4ftllr MiNmsMm W. A. t ooli. M. n. 610 Olive St. ay St. Louis, Mo. FREE. CALL OR WRITE. Lltrx: 1 t. a. to I j. n. Incari. ts II salf. ettaWshrd rractlc tine 1S6J. Se bacle tx ta conr.nx Tot vr. V IIITTIPR la prtok milky urine, organic weakness qvucicntsa, . cure guararteed. Ask for D.anK 33. masns sk for olanir p.ipfnl n..eATi. T v.rs"tir.f op stlotaaa ofacs er s'aled by trail: 30 ren pietorsa. coRSultation l-ree at ORMa or bv Mall, sansarata Wnttinf.Baaam far 9 Rich Person. THE OLD, RELIABLE SPECIALIST. Mainieii fata rev. a.oi t aatnan. VarTi cocl, rts Maaxf- fcaeitt are lo.ieaMie. I'l'J laputrticor sad potencr as , -- niBB .... -amwT si-wiw -s.v. a. Tiff In haa.f. afTTT3 RslrM atanall. tna asrwlaww-st a rUTC U . DB f tznhsr mail KfUAIaCf . mrrtmmt aris9taas In 1 RlxhoD Ramtvttv Co.. San rranclaco. Cat, St. Loula. Mo. II 9 iKIllKY.SEfOlDlBT OS TIETUKT M-MD MIX Permanently (aired. Tou can be treated at homa under same Guaranty. If you have taken mer cury. Iodide iH.i.-uh and still hate aches ana rains. Mucous Patches In Mouth. Sore Throat. Pimples. Copper Colored ?rots. Ulcers on aax ran st the body. Hair or Eyebrows falllcr out, writs CGOK REMEDY CO., HS7 Masonic Temple. CHIcaso. 112.. for proof of curr. Capital lsuO.000. We wllclt ti most ob- Buna;s cases, ue nave cured tn won In 13 to ZZ days 100 pose Book free. MEN NO CURE, NO PAY If 70a Ut iman, vmjc rrft lost powr t wktnjr tnlm, our twruttm Oirn PrtJpwwfl rwtor Ten wubont electricity: I3.0M In wi a eM failure: not ont returned; noCO.D trasd; wrtMfaff partirul&rm tent v-ealM ia pltJaeTtlofie. LOOLL APPUAXCE CO . 414 Chir!e Btj.. Oeavtr. Ctlfc Dr. BOHANNAN Car all Chronle DIirtiM. Dr.B.iVeUble ContlTt poift'Trlreare irfou Drbtlttf. xmiaal Attlwe-f.I--Mt Manhood or Hit erlla rr-u.tice from yonthfal erro ov einae in f rotn two to Ten vrcks. In ut and eofcitaatlr ailTertttl In lie M. ! T-iper for ortr fortjyfarf-ana hat nerrr 1I1nS in curir; the Wtrt Cut. IMce.Ttv IIlTt 1 trfl r.ft.-r, Ooe iullar, PuAdcnt to naow thai th I.euMl7Hl tlstaJl t!astlf adrertlwd. SoU onlr bj Or.C A. BOBANSAV, Sk Z2 Morrmn srmt, Sk Loala, Hw UUUhLc4 tC7 lrirate Urcuiax ITOX HER CONDITION IS SERIOUS. Mrs. Joel Was liadly Hurt in Colli sion 'With Street Car. Mrs. J. Amelia Joel of No. "129 De Soto avenue, who narrow Iv escaped death under the wheels of an Kaston avenue car at Kaston and Uurd avenues Sunday, is still In a serious condition. She was knocked down and bsdlv bruised. Her lS-montbs-oId grandson, Milton Sandling. whom she held In her arms when the Cor struck her, km thrown to the street ar.d rolled over on.l over. It was thought at tlrst that tho baby had liecn seriously hurt, but when picked up he was found to be uninjured. Mrs. Joel had Just left a westbound Eaa ton avenue car with the little boy in her arms ami started south across the tracks. On account of the car from which she had alighted obstructing her view, she did not see the rapidly approaching eastbound car until It was too late for her to avoid It. She was struck and thrown to tho street. She was later conveyed to the Mayflelo Sanitarium Annex, at Taylor and Maffltt avenues. Rheumatism Rheumatic pains are the cries of protett and distress from tortured muscles, aching joints and excited nerves. The blood has beta poisoned by the accuxnoJatloal rf waste matter in the system, and can so longer supp.y the pure and health sustain, inj; food they require. The whole system feels the effect of this acid poison ; aad not until the blood has been purified and brought back tot healthy condition will the aches and pains cease. Mrs- James Sell, of 707 Ninth street. If. at. Washington. D. C writes as follows: "A few months ago I had an attack of Sciatic XaetnB tisai in its worst form. The pain was so intense mat 1 became completely pros trated. The attack was an unusuallv severe one. and rny condition was regard eel as bong very danger ous. I was attended by one of the most able doc tors in Washington, who is also a member of the fac ulty of a leading medical college here. He told me to cnrtinue his prevents- .,,- :8, tmA tlonsaudl would get well. W.1,1,!? twelve times without receinmr he riimtest benefit. I declined tocontmne hut treittnent say; loiVr. Hangheardof S.S.S (SwifrsSpeaficl recommended lor Rheumatism.! ded. almost ia despair however, to pve the medicine ilriiL and alter I had taken a .few bottlesl wa, .ablet, hobble around oa crutches, and nr soo there after had no use for ties at all, S, S. S. aartaf; curri me sound nd welL All the distrewt Sin, nave left me. my appetite lu and I am happy to be agatu restored to perfect health. --. tt, ,.... vegetable 4 4 -av purifier and tonic, is k the ideal remedy in all tjlcj fxrheumatic troubles. Baaj Bj 4aBF There are no opiates or minerals in it to disturb the digestion and lead to ruinous habits. v'e have prepared a special boot on Rheumatism which every sufferer from this painful disease should read. It is the most complete and interesting book of the kind in existence. It will be sent free to any one desiring it. Write our phy?' cians fully aad freely about your case. W make no charge for medical advice. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO. ATLANTA. SA. nYi y ! ...vi J.