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11. wmlM Have tm,m ' out Hull llicro feel IKK "Rlln'l "ItUI-IIHiK I* * I„1 |)i,ii, If Ilia Imllhcndodnpaa of I®’",,,,ierale» toiillnne, It mil lo«o llicm Ilia lll< . itm Hi His opinion " f .»■>> ’“‘‘wMhiiictoii correspondent of Hie, Clncln ’11lf(l Utn"’ crnlleorL '“" 1,1 "I' ' v a>l. I" •"»»' than OAliusaa. ami properly nail ’uUiorltf i(orlll , | , <snc , s Confederate him ha mu "Thera la a coml deal of Kfirlico i gome of the lioUioaded aa to ohat will ha dona In eaao vetoes the Military Intorforonca hill. !L*l ihounli. I» hom of the rxeltcmont of the D l ’’ 1 fine tlilniT nan he atalod with absolute *'fl7 and Hint I>. no mailer what the Prcal i mat da, the llemocrnta will not withhold *'" l ...lira There la no daniter of rovnlullon, |M ’.l, aa a ploaslnii llsment of the Iraaitlna ft ~ ()! co | lr6 e there must ho considerable l! °"i .y tntii.l! on the fieri of the defeated party, arr alirave Ist but there la no dancer. The Jf"1,,.. will he lortneumhiK, and there will ho To rerolutlon. _ n lilt promt basts til nppnrllonmc.it, the . .Ilian Slat... ol the West will have rained ... drill member, of Cottgroaun the Increase Imputation In I* 3o - ' ril “° Bt * te * * re OWo > r, Mlchtean. Wisconsin, lowa, Kansaa, mi "till Nevada. There States alone, next consul, will have twenly-llvo or firtaore members of Congrrsa than all the Solid South. Thus does the Star of Empire like lls wav. _______ tjic New Orleans Timet (Dcm.) enters Its rt'einn nml formal protest against Mr. Tildbn's nnommalloti on the ground Mint he is neither a rrdt nor R°° d man, and because he represents ImUsthe product of the worst era and most format methods of public life. This Is plain t 0 come from the Solid South, but it is not otir m savage nor ns truthful as what Horuoa 3nH LBr said of Tii.phn. A Cincinnati paper says of Qcn. Garfield: •* He Is suffering to bo In 'the Senate; but the probability Is ho would never attain there the Ming position he has ns&umcd la the House.” Well, hardly ever. But then he ought to bo Miliflcd with the enviable position that his col teigucs have generously accorded to him In the popular branch of Congress,—that of the Great Commoner. [ In view of the disposition of the Southern platers to restrain the colored people from fleeing from oppression, an exchange paper says It li» wonder they do not revive the old Fugi tive-Slave law, and attempt to pass It as a rider oo on appropriation bill. Jmltro Taft, who will probably bn nominated for Governor of Ohio by the Republicans, Is a silver man, but not 'on Inflationist. Ho Is an boncsl-nionoy man,—Unit la to say, a gold and fiber man. Ho Is opposed to the Confederate system of finance. Probably Senator Conkmno would have pre ferred to have an entirely white baby named for him to one a little colored. But people roastn’t bo 100 fastidious In a Republic. Many s nrero has borne the honored name of Gboiiok IVitm.voTo.v. Among the various persons named in connec tion tilth the Republican nominations tor Circuit Judge, s correspondent In this morning's Turn use proposes Mr. Thomas 0. Fnosx, of the firm o! Miller «& Frost. It realty looks as If the Demo-Confederates In Coogress intended to take their whisky straight lor one whole week, nnd have no occasion to damn the President between drinks for vetoing ess of their little bills. It is said that the reason the Illinois Legisla ture does not adjourn Is because they are afraid ts gu homo and face' their constituents. II David Davis would scramble back noon the Icncs again, Mr. Tildbn nnd Mr, Tuduman would both be Inclined lo forgive him. TheGtUHT movement Is “ booming," but it li assy oil in Japan, whore signal honors arc being paid the General. H LeithearmuperUh/ v will probably bo writ he on the Democratic transparencies during the noxt campaign. The Rebel yell bos grown weaker and weaker util it has become a more whisper. PERSONALS. New York wants Mr. Moody 5 but wo fear HU too late. Senator Druoo bos named his youthful telr Itoscoe Conkling Bruce. Great speech in tho Souato of Jamos G, Blaine—l want to bo President. Senator Eaton's retort to Conkling—TaTco a cun of your size, can’t youf If Mr. David Davis expects to mako a big ttn. he should not forgot to chalk bis cue. A Btibscripllou iu nid of nn ozodus of Con |f*« would dauntless be extremely popular. Voico of tho Solid Bonth—lf any mnn nl- Ifmois to haul up the American flag, shoot him on theipot. Fseliug among tho Democratic Senators— Oor only happiness Is in secession from Zach (■bander Remark of the Southern Democrats—lf here sre to be bayonets at tho polls, we should like lorarry them. If Mr. Horr wants to bo called tho swoot i. r °* Ulclt «“. ho should not relapse Into such ptolonud silence. To Mr. Conkling, who is making some *m*l attacks on the Tall Sycamore of tho Wabash: »««hoan, spare that tree. . ®® tao unfeeling persona arc trying to o* ,hc South to death by mentioning Mr. vhandlcr lor the Presidency. Alluding to Each Chandler, tho Southern S" nrc bcara to *»yt “That old imbecile, (WkHtncy, || to blame for this. V um Fair 1h to lecture in Now Orleans for tom. ~onr’ * ni (bo man who refuses to c °oe down will probably cots Hot. 'l* ®°inposor of 4 ‘ Mlgnon " has written 1." , ' “"naThurshy, congratulating her on her » wlsnd rightful success in Paris." (tds K? lllCr * n ow Tork comraltlod snl toi.., ' c * uwof her daughter's elopement. Poor 5 She probably expected to go, too. lßnr4i Blftr7 ‘ u C Iho Government tho n,lchlc °( off the President’s Supply of or. The Utter would be more effective. «a'» “J* tll ° Great trouble with worn- Utfi.i* o** 0 ** l * (b®! the soles are too narrow. Mr. ihs great trouble is that their feet hitt*r'»^ Wyor l ,r °ved to ha such a hard •itifthi. ,uc , & #n fighter that there is con • »t«iasrvi CUr o,lly 10 kaovT 111 wnat theological ” Mr Jf 00 graduated. brother Ims bean oxoom ibihouii .?* * c b«rch at Keokuk for heresy, bn br departed (ruin the example set « l Vlhs pious Mark. *° b® nble to drive a la >oorth« !? **l" ,n,lru, ni*nl for magnifying sound ioh./Iu ntl Jftr (be I’rosldoncy who are «o hesr themselves boom. 60tt8OU > with oil its innocent *«K| • 4ntl tn ° ,0W pr,ce of •SB* c «lekini. • u », ° M °* coslard-nie for the ardent «‘«ir youth to sit down upon. 10 fight \ °* la OkolonA BM<i (a going •bot, breech .. ?. n . n n *®P°h may be as dangerous The! » 1 U illh * muzzle, WtfoltWea k °* ImMfia* atooklngs has on lctvr ri:ici v around the anile, and width ,n The N b Y iakci re,,o ' v eve such snakes. u »e uhln C°' nil Hreial hopes .to *?auly Carolina will bang the gentle* nir,.? 8 * we 1 M thi colored burglars. P Pet want to depopulate the bouth? SPOUTING EVENTS. Boston’s First Encounter -with the White Stockings of 1870. An Exciting Game Gal lantly Won by the Homo Club. Otnotnnnti’s rrotoiißions Punc tured l)y the Providence Uonvy 11 Uteri,. Buffalo and Troy City Victorious Over Syracuse and Cleveland. A. Bay of Brilliant Racing and a Rig Attendance at Louisville. Lord Uurpliy Wins the Derby in 2:37, and King Pare the Mile Heats. UASB-BATjT.. CHICAGO VS. BOSTON. Ever since the season, opened and the While Stockings placed themselves In the front rank of the championship race, It has been felt that their mettle would be thorough!) tester] when they mot the Boston s, who hare for some time been lu second position. Their defeat o( the Cincinnati Club two games out of three last week showed plainly that the nine’s strength had not been overrated by Its friends, mid, in consequence of this fact, considerable anxiety was felt In Chicago concerning yesterday's game, and a largo audience assembled to see It played. The homo nine was again victorious, and fairly outplayed the Bostons at every point. Although they are not credited with as many base-hits ns Wright's tram, the score of earned runs, which is ns fair a test as any, shows them in the lead. The ’most expensive errors on the Boston side wore executed by Sutton, who seemed to bo in bad humor generally, aud more limn once Incurred tne displeasure of the audience by unnecessarily delaying the game, which at the best was long enough. Houck, thu new Boston sbort*stop, had little to do, and did that badly, his only throw to first resulting In an error. Morrill was also In poor form, and fallen to do himself Justice, hut the rust of the men wor euP their usual standard. Having lost the toss for the ninth time In ten, Cant. Anson sent his men to bat, and, after Datrrniplo had struck out, two earned runs wero scored, (loro making a base hit. Anson a two-hassr, and Peters a single, Anson and Gore tallying, in the second Inning Larkin got around the bases on a bad throw to first by Sut ton and muffed grounder by the same player. Anson struck safely ngala In the third Inning, hut no runs resulted, and the bovs were also whitewashed In the fourth, the sco're at the end of that Inning being oven,—three onlccc. The Bostons got an unearned run In Hie first Inning by virtue of a wild throw to first bv Williamson, and In the fourth secured two more, one being earned, Morrill leading otf with a two-hascr, Button and Bond getting In singles. The homo nine assumed the lend again in the fifth Inning, an earned run being the result of base bits bv Gore mid Shaffer, the former stealing second very prettily nnd tallying on Shaffer's lilt. In the eighth,he scored again, being given a life at first by Morrill’s muff of Suttoirs throw, steol- Ing second, nml going to third on n passed ball. ITo would have remained there had not Houck made a bad throw of Peters' easy grounder, but as It was, the run was scored, amid great cheer ing. Then the Bostons went In to tie the score, and succeeded. O'Rourke led off with n banc hit, Burdock followed with a two-bascr, sending O'Kourkc to third, hut Jim died at thu homo plate on Houck's grounder to Anson. Burdock and Houck then scored on Morrill's base-hit, both runs being earned. Tiie score was now tied again, nnd the ninth Inning was begun. Larkin flew out to O’Rourke, Williamson made a base hit, and Flint was gfveu a life by Sutton., TheniDalmnole, for the first timolnlhe game, hit Uie bull squarely, and landed it In the netting which surmounts the right-field fnneo. it became entangled there, and. before it could be secured, Williamson, Flint, and Dalmnplo came homo. Then there was a dispute, the Bostons claiming Hint the ball wont oyer the-funcc, and that, consequent ly, but two bases could he run on the hit. An son hold, nnd correctly, that the hall never went over the fence at all, mid that bases could bo run ad lib. The umpire finally trotted to the scene of the disaster, took the testimony of a man who knew nothing about the matter, nnd then sent Flint and Dolrvmple back to third and second bases. In order, however, that there might bo no further chance for dispute, they wore sent home bv safe hits by Anson and Shaffer, Gore having struck out. Peters was then retired by Bond to Morrill, and the tallying was at an and, as the Bostons failed to score. They came near doing so, how ever, ns,after Bond had gone out on a foul hound to Shaffer, Snyder madn a base-hit. Jones then hit a long flv to centre field which Gore captured while on a dead run. It was a wonderful catch, mid by the time It was mode Snyder was at third, having no notion that Jones was to bo put out. Gore promptly returned the boll to Anson, end the side was out. Chtrago. Dalrymple, 1. f.. (loro, c. f An*on, lb RhatTnr, r. f.... Peters, k. s Quest, 2 t>... .. I.nrkln. n Williamson, '3 b. Flint, c... ft 1 6 a ft a ft 0 r>l 0 4j 0 41 1 4 1 4 I 1 °l ft 01 4 y 4 o’ 4! 11 4; 1 4 0, 4 1 4 O 1 4 0, Total Motion— Jones, 1. f OMlourko, c. f. Hardsell, 2 b. Houck, s. 5..., Morrill, 1 b.... Howes, r. f..,. Ballon, 3b... . Hum), p.» Snyder, 0 Total, ncNt hcoubo. iaa4r* o 7 8 o ....a i i) « i o o i 4 n ...i ooaoooao—o «UN# KAHNRD. ia a 4 ....a 000 ...0 0 0 1 /rmfnfvs- Chlcnao,.... Boston 007x0 10001-4 0 0 0 1 0-2 Anion, Burdock, CIIICIRO Uoetoil . Two-base hits—lMlryrunle, Morrill, Sutton. First bate on errors—rhlroao. 0; Uonlon, 3, Errors aflectlng the score—Chicago. 2 j Boston, 3. Double olays—Peters ami Anson. 1. Peters, Quest, end Anson. 1. (lore and Anson, 1, Passed balls—Hnyder, 1. Wild pltcties—Bond, 1. Umpire—Furlong. PItOVIDRNCB V», CINCINNATI. SineiutJ)i»vatch to Tht Tribunt. Cincinnati, May Wl.-Tlm Cincinnati Club to-day experienced their fourth defeat. White's pitching was unusually bad. and the Ctndnuitl raon. from the llrst, seemed like babes In tho bands of athletes. The came was lost not so much by tin* excellence of ttic playing of the visitors us the nad work of the home club. Will White's vulnerability today surprised his (Honda. Tim play of Urn outfielders of the Cincinnati Club was also specially bad, Dicker son ami Ilomllufi both dropping fly balls. Fol lowing Is TUB SCOIIB. Proviiitnee., Start, 1b... Ulrmi, c. f McHenry, 3b... Wright, ». 5.,.. York. I. f Ward, p.. brown, c Hague, 3 b UTtourko, r. f.. T0ta1.... (.tnrmnali. Hoteling, c. t .7.. Uarnei, 2 b.... Kelly, r. 1.... MeVey, lb Dickerson, I. f White, .1.. o Horae, «. While, WS J» Ocrhardl, 3b., Total.. Inning*— 12 3 4. Providence./. 0 4 2 a i Cincinnati.; 1 0 10' Umpire—M. Walsh, of LouUvii uurrALo vs. »vu«< 507 6 0 0 0 3 0 0-11 o 3 o o o- a Ofiteiai /HtoaM to me Buffalo, nT yV, May So'—ti fcated Uio Si&ra easily to-day, 'ho Buffalo* de- r t ouibatlluj; uud THE CHICAGO TRIBUNE: WEDNESDAY MAY 21. 1870-TWELVE PAGES. outfloldlng fliclr opponents. MctJormtrk was lilt linnl, while the visitors did Out little with Gulvln. The Stars started in poorly, hut fielded wall In the latter part of the game. ilutbort suuiHjrtfd McCormick splendidly, und Farrell played (rood nt second. In the first linilnir Far* roll, while running to first, Jumped on Walker at first, and injured thu latter so badlv Uml ho had to retire In favor of Crowley, McGun'glo going to right. The latter player made a beautiful running catch, and Cloup caught in better stylo than he has before. The Buffalos opened the game by gaining a run on singles of Egglor und lUchardson, and errors of Carpenter und Holhcrl. In the third Claup scored on his own hit, assisted by a single of Crowley and errors of Carnenlor. In thn fifth the Buffalos scored two runs on a single of Force nml Clapp, und a thrcc-lmscr by Richard sun. The score was Increased by two more rims on singles of McOonlglu mid Force mid a Ilircu-imßcr by Kgglor. Two more runs were added on singles of Crowley, mid Force mid Klciiardson’s second threc-bascr. The Stars failed to gut a run, although they had three men on bases lu the third iuutnz. JJujTalo, Keeler, e. f Force, s.s Clapp, c..., Hichsrdson, fib Crowley, r. f. sod 1 b. McGonigle. r. f. Walker, I b........ .. Fnltnar, Zb normmg, I, f , Galvin, p Total Syracuse. Dorgao, 1 b Farrell, 2 b I’urcull, c. f Carpenter, r. f Alien, :tb McCormick, p lilchmoml, I. f........ Mncullar, s. s Ilolbert, Total /nnltiQt— 1 2 d 4 fi 0 7 H t) Buffalo 1 0 1 0 2 3 0 2 0-8 Stars 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 U 0-0 Earned runs—Buffalo, (I. Twe-lmso lilts—Htirnung. 1; McCormick, I. Three-base hits—lllchardsoo. 2: Kggler, 1. First base on bails— Ituifnlo. 2. First base on errors—Buffalo, 4; Star, 4. Strnckoat—Buffalo, 1; Star, 2. Balls citllml—On Galvin.lo2: on McCormick, 151. Klrtkes csllod—Olf Galvin. 15; off McCormick, 10. Double plays—Hnlhcrt smi Dorpan. Wild pitches—McCormick, 2. Time—Two hours and twenty-nine minutes. Uiflilre—C. D. Wtlbur. TUOV V 9. CLEVELAND. Special Dltpaleh to The TVMtina. Cleveland, 0., May 20.—T0-day occurred a content of giant*. Two clubs which thus far foot the list, nml, so far as themselves arc con* cerncd, are a tie, come together to decide a little championship of their own. As was generally expected, Cleveland's evil genius still followed the home nine, nml they were outplayed, both in the hold end at the bat. Very little interest was manifested, only 400 people being present. Kennedy was still unable to take his place he* hind the bat, but Mitchell played in the field, und (he extra man this time was Stoekwcll. Tiie Cleveland people arc becoming a good deal disgusted with the poor success of their club. Troy. noil, c. r Caukitis, 0.. .. Mansell, 1. f.. Bradley, p... Clanp. 1b... Doueclier, 3 b Evans, r. f.... llawkcs, 2 b. Shoupo, b.b. .. Total, Cleveland. Eden, lb. ... Phillips. c (llasHCOck. a b. McCormick, p. Carey, s. a...., Strict, fib Illlcr, 1. f..., . Mitchell, c. f.. Stockwell, r. f. Total. Innlngt— 1 2 34 0 0780 Troy 1 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 1— A Cleveland 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 o—2 Umpire—Trail of Pittsburg. Time—Two hoars and five minutes. Tins Tunr. TJIB LOUISVILLE DEUDT. Social DlupaieA lo The Tribune. Louisville, Ky., May 20.— This was Derby Day, ami tlio weather was glorious. The free feature was inspiring and the crowds tlmt flocked to the Jockey Course prodigious, re* minding one of England and the original of Kentucky’s namesake. Year by year the oc casion boa liicreased in splendor and importance, until Derby Day bos become with us a veritable holiday. To-day’s sport was both exciting and doubtful. No one could predict the winners in a bunch, although the Derby favorite had been agreed upon by a majority. It Is estimated that there was fully 20,000 persons in the stands and In the Held, which was free to all, as It Is always when ’the Jockey Derby is rnn. This great space presented a sight most unusual, and to the Eastern eye was novel as It was interesting. Country folk, white and black, for miles bad been ar riving all day, and when the dram tapped for the flyers to go, alt shades uml conditions, frantically holding on to one another, could ho observed In trees, on wagans, and soun women on the shoulders of their cousins, and their brothers, their husbands, and thetr sweethearts. The regular stands were thronged to overflow ing, and the grand stand contained a bouquet of beauty so tightly packed together that to be comfortable was well nigb an Impossibility. nt j p\a I 1 2 O o' a s 1 21 s S’i 5 J| Ji j 5 0, L), 0. (1 11 1 1 I °l °1 0 1 ,10 12 27 84 ! .1J =] 0 1! 1! 1 0 ' li 2 t 4 1 I O' 0. II 0 I Mi -l' (I 1 0 , 0. 0| 2| 0 a. » a! a, l aa 0 u 1 A 1 0 a . Tint PIKST BVEKT on the card of this gala-day was a mile and a quarter dash. Eullah was a strong favorite with the strangers, but the Kentuckians very generally laid Uiolr money on a homo borsc, Fortune, Qienmoro, Mary 11. Dunkirk, ami Richards, Jr., soiling as Indicated by the order in which they were named. The field comprised Signal, Mol Ho McQinloy, Conn, and Douglass. . The first start was successful, tho bunch, with' one exception, going off like a flub, nil well to gether. Kssllah was left standing. He swerved backward just as the flag dropped. The bunch was next broken, Qienmoro going forward, lapped by Keene and. Richards, Jr., close on to whom was For tunn, Signal next,' and the others lost to sight by the dust. Signal bad crept up second as they passed the stand, uml Fortima was running an cosy.third, although going quite fast. Oloumorc led Fortuno at the quarter by a length, who was but a little Iu front of Sig nal, the others led by Richards, and* Dunkirk forcing a very hot pace. They were nearer one another at tho half-mile, ami, rounding into the three-quarters, Mollle McQinloy, pushing up, showed a good third, Signal drop ping Into fifth place, Richards taking third, Fortuna being barely half a length boblud Qienmoro, and running with per fect ease. So they came into the stretch. At the eighth pole Fortuna was given her bead,’ and forged past Glenmore for a neck, but the latter, responding to the whip and spur, over took bis rival, and side by side they thundered under the string In 0 dead boat, Richards second Signal third. Time, SilOjf, 'Die race was not run over, and all money was divided. The wildest enthusiasm prevailed when :xa-ia gy.ittl tub Dciittr was run.. Before (lie race pool* sold; Lord Murphy, $800; Btratliniore, $150: FalioUo, $880; Trinidad, tOfiO; llio Held, con sisting of Gou. FJke, Ono Dltnu, Buckuor, Wlssahlcon, Ada Glenn, sllO. At the start not a seal was occupied, men and women all stand ing nn<l giving no heed to police regulations. Tbla race waa a mile and a half. When the Hue: fell Ono Dime and Wisaahicou were led hv* Gen. Tike. Trinidad, Buckner, and Murphy almost Immediately shoving up front. One Dime was leading at the three-quarter post, Trinidad next, the others hidden by du»t. Aa they passed by the stand, Buckner wai leading thu buuch, Trinidad ami fltrothmore • fighting for •ccoaa place, Lord Murphy, the favorite, having gone back considerable by reason of * collision with Ada Glenn aa they rounded the Oral turn. Murphy’s owner, observing the accident, about* <d that his horse, was cone, but the pluckv Too* nessee crack, who bad partly fallen, gathered himself up, and kept on. lie teemed to be loading at the half-mile. Strathmore second, Trinidad third, Falsetto forging ahead for a dace, Ada Glenu 1 * accident sending her away to the rear. Gen. IMko, Uuckucr, WUsn liUou, and One Dime wore all well, up uiid leading here, Falsetto improving his running and rapidly abmiug up on tlie others, pushing ahead of Trinidad before arriving at the three-quarters, and toon closing in ou n\rtp\ ll 8 «! 0 0 1 4 4 I a 2 o 3 4 7 1110 i i o; 15 3127 3 21 1 1 2j 3 2 .1 0 0 Ol H 0 0| 2 0 1 H a a a 31 n o 1[ ll 3 lliiilc? Strathmore, tackling the I-or« 1 with a dash Just as they got into the stretch. Bide by side thuv cniiie. but the game Enquirer could not lend the fleet-footed Tennesseean, and Lord Murphy went under the string first, besting Falsetto, who was second, by naif a length, Rlratlirnorc n length and a naif behind Falsetto’s second, Trinidad u length behind Strathmore, One Dime fifty, and (Jen. Hike sixty. T ime, 2:37—the best ever run In a Kentucky Derby. Aristides, In 1H75, ran It in 2:375f; Vagrant, In 187(5, In If ; Baden linden, in 1877, in 2:33; and Day Star, in IM7B, In 3:37 },(, The value of the slake was |3,UUO, of which SSOU goes to the second horse. IN THR TUIHO HACK, purse 1350, SSO to second bnr«e, mile boats, King Faro, Peru, Ktngsland, Silver Maid. Kllu Howctt, Ada Lambert, Patrol, Victim, Wheel er. Virginian, ami Tulcma started. Faro mid Peru were favorites. King Faro won the first hrnt with case. Peru second, mid Victim third. Time. 1:14. In the second heal, in the home stretch. when King Faro's vlctorv seemed assured, tin* Texas entry, Ella Howctt, ran forward with tremendous speed, mid ft was all hu could do to keep up with her under whip and spur, and the King losing hy a nose, many supposing It another dead (mat. Tim time was I:43’a. Ella Howctt then hud tliucallin the poolsutSii'OOto SIOO. They went off welt loguihur,thu marc lead ing to the last quarter, when Kuro, earning up, ran away from her enough to win hy half a length. Time, 1:45. All three races were full ot Interest and excitement. tiik scorn A Jt\D\ T P A'it n 1 2 4 2 0 :! r. n; » :t 2 r.l i r 211 fi 0 0 4 1 4 « 0 :i| n r> 0! si 2in 0 0 4 0. 0 o' 2 o| 0 1 0. ol 0200 4 0 11 1 4 2 2 r, 0 2> :t 0 0 0 r» ij 21 2 0 :t 0 44 h;i7i24 27 in 0 4 ol 0 o' r 2 1 4 0 1 1 4 r, 3 4 0 0 0010 4 0, l l y 0 2 4000 4 0 2 4023 1 a 2 4 0; a 1 2; 2, n 4 o' 1 1 a o, 0 a o| 0, o, ol a. 1 nr.i 0! 0! vlsviio it Louisville, May tio. — lTlo mtandanco ex ceeded 15,000, about half the number occupying the field, which Is always free hero on Derby Day. Lord Murphy’s time Is the quickest over mads In Mu* Kentucky Derby. The pools on to-morrow’s racca sold as follows tonight: First race—Alexander Stakes, half-mile dash: Kimball, IB); Blackburn, 20: Knight Templar, 14; Bancroft, 13; Moscow, 12; Ton*o, 13; Grin stead, 10: Mcndolssohu, U; Big Medicine, 10; Hawley, fi. Second race—Ladlfcs’ Stake, half-mile dash: Blue Lodge, 100; Donaldson, 75; Cotrlll, 45; uhservnmi, 15; Mamie It., It; Unnstcad, 13; Tlpcy, 12; Bistova. 10. T hird race—Stilling race, mile heats: Check mate, 25: Vender, 20: Dillon, 20: Grapple, 10; Charlie Bush, 13; D. F. Kenner, 12; Dave S., 0; Adams, 0. London, May 20.—The Great Northern Hand lean race to-day at the York Spring meeting was won by Castlcrcugb, Tenter Gale second, Knight Templar third. PISD KST HI A 7S T lB M. TUB CANADIANS GET IT. Bpirtat Utfpatch to The Tribune. Toronto, May 20.— 1 n tin* pedestrian tourna ment which coinmcDccO ticro Monday morning Hie principal event ia tlic six days' go-as-you please championship of Canada, the drat prize for which la SSOO In cash anti a gold medal, the second prlio S2OO, and the third s2uo. All who cover 450 miles will receive hack (heir entrance-fee of $25 and a cer tain amn of money for every three miles over the <l5O which they may cover. The match is taking place in the Adelaide street skating rink, mid Is an unqualified success, the building to-night being visited by over 8,000 people. There were ten entries, and at 0 o’clock to-night the score stood as follows: Nelson, of tit. Cath arines, 107 miles; Walker, of Buffalo, 100; Cu sack,of St. Thomas, 140; Warren, of New Ham burg, 188; Uperaft, of Oswego, 188; Alberti, of Ottawa, 120; Henderson, of Toronto. 121; o’Gr.ulv, of Toronto, 83. Nurse, of Toronto, sprained his ankle In the thirty-fifth mile, and had to retire. Flnnuchi, of Montreal, who bad been suffering from cramps In his stomach, gave out after covering fifty-two miles. So far, the only contestant who has dona any running Is Albert. 'Hie interest is mostly centered lu Walker, of Buffalo, ami Nelson, of at. Cathar ines. tionic of tiie others give evidence of break ing down. The match will be concluded Satur day uight. Bt. Louis, Mo., May 20.—The first annual tournament of the Missouri State Sportsman's Association opened hero to-day at the grounds of the St. Louis Jockey Club. Not much of material interest took place to-day, but over SB,OOO in purses , will bo shot for during the week. In a free-for-all shoot to-day for S2OO, Judge Chester H. Krum, President of the tit. Louis Guu Club, divided the first money with Abe Klciomau, of Chicago, champion of America, and a sweepstake was won by Fred Erb, of St. Joseph, Mo. , AMUSEMENTS. “My Awful Dad” was Riven for tlic second time Inst night, with Lester Wnllnck as Adonis Kccrgrteiiy a charming presentation in Kb way, but one, wo fancy, in which the nctor’s capabili ties are not seen to the best advantage. Every sent in the lower part of the house was filled, hut the galleries were only moderately patron ized. Thu nlay appeared to thoroughly please, and Mr. Waliaclc was rewarded by a call at the end of every act. This afternoon the star does not nlny. “Mv Leopold” will bo substi tuted for *‘My Awful Dad,’’ ami in it the com pany will have more opportunity to show their metal than In the last-mentioned comedr. Tim oust will Include Messrs. J. \V. Shannon, C. T. Murphy, <J. M. 11 anile, G. Devore, (1. R. Ede eon, Eugene Klbcrts, mid little Currie Klborts, Edith Acton. Miss Laura Don. Mine. Voids!, Miss Rose Ivuid, Miss Nellie Bingham, Miss Alice Sherwood, uud Miss Jennie Clark. AN INTERESTING PROJECT. The establishment of a Zoological Garden In Chicago, after the plan of some of the best in Europe, U u project which lias for months past enlisted the serious thought of sumo enter-! pilsing citizens here. It Is now known that the enterprise has taken a practical and definite shape, mid that, In a very few weeks perhaps, It will he one of the ninny Interesting features of our great Queen City of the West,—lndeed, the only one of its kind In the country. Such u scheme, founded upon a secure financial basis, and conducted with Intelligence, will not full to meet with hearty encouragement when it Is known to be ono of our citv institutions, and not a more traveling ex hibition. Thu gentlemen engaged in the affair have already purchased suitable grounds, mid have secured a ruroeullecilon of wild uni|iials to form the nucleus of a great menagerie. Among them are a pair of elephants,—African and Asiatic,—a drove of fourteen camels and dromedaries, u rich collection ot Austrian birds of gorgeous plumage, some twen ty distinct varieties of the genus ope. Including a pair of lino chimpanzees, and enough of live-stock to form a must attractive exhibition of itself. The projectors of the new Zoological Garden mean to conduct It upon ilia principle of those must honored In Germany, whichiwlll embrace all kinds of oi*cn-nir ontortalnimnits, and to ibis end a special commissioner bus vis ited all the prominent gardens there, with a view to combine all their latest Improvements. We understand the concern is to be u joint-stuck Institution. It is contemplated to cunuuct with the garden a summer theatre, which would be a pleasant thing. The children will also he pleased to learn Unit the Asiatic animals will all ho displayed with Oriental equipments, and travel about in true Eastern embroidery, With a “ popular M rate of admittance, such an en terprise os this promises success. Harry Sargent sails for Europe ou the 3tst. Hilly Hurt, Umwoll-kuowu comedian, is seri ously 111. Florence Davenport Is In “’Frisco” with her sitter •* Fan.” Rose Etyngo Is back lu New York. Cyril Beetle attends her. \ Marla Wain wrlght, they say, will shortly be come Aire. Louts James. Sidney Grundy, author of “Snowball,” ts thy sou of thu Mayor of Manchester, The Australians think Augusta Dargon the greatest tragedienne limy have seen. Mary Anderson' pats Archie Gordon on the bock and says bo’s written a great play. Miss Htella Taylor, a variety actress, will soon be married to Senator Frank Bell, so they say. Mrs. Charles Kosloo, of Itlca'a “ Evangeline “ party, died st Toronto, Canada, a few days ago. James O’Neil la meuiloned as tho leading man of the Philadelphia Chestnut next season. Edgar and Fulton are going to trv their luck .with a stock company at Urn Now York Broad waylThcatro. < ,Mlu May Davunport, daughter of. the lata E, .L,, will next aoasuo bo in the stock of the Bos ton Museum. London otid Parisian playgoers very properly object to the pyramids! headgear of ladies ob structing the view of the stage, and provide a OTIIRII POINTS. To (As U’Mlrm An<Kiulttl Proi, TUB ENGLISH TUIiF. TIIE TRIGGER, SHOOTING TOURNAMENT IN ST. LOUIS. ITAVRIILY’S. DUAMATIC NOTES. bonnet-room for the safe-keeping of those arti cles during a performance. 'The new Brooklyn Theatre, It Is rumored, will be managed by Abbey, of (ha New York Park Theatre. James Cassnm. a clown with (lie London Cir rus, was killed on the railroad at Johnstown, Pu M last week. Eugene Tompkins, of the Boston Theatre, says he bis a stronger play than the “ Exiles” -for next season. Bronson Howard’s “Hurricanes” and “Old Love Letters ” succeeds “ Engaged ” at the Bos* ton Park Tlicatrc on the JWth. On the Olh, Ida M. Cotlum. serio-comic, died In Now York of consumption. Henry P. Madl gan, the circus manager, was her falliur. The leading lady of Boucfcnull’s company at 1 Booth's Theatre next season will be Miss Mario Prescott, and Ihc aoubrotte Miss Ada Gilman, At (be London Adelohl “ TbeTfrket-of-Leavc Man ” has been successfully revived, wlili Hen ry Neville as JJoh.JJntrly and Miss Lydia Foote as May Kdmrdt. According to the Boston UeraUl, Robson and Crane are personating tbe two J)rvtnl<n at the Globe of that city to audiences only limited by the alas of tbe bouse. * The cast of “ Arrah-na-Pogue ” at (he Grand Onern-ilousc, New York, Ibis week Includes Dion Boudcault, John Brougham, A. C. Dscre, Catherine Rogers, and Ellle Wilton. Mario Williams, late of Colville’s, thinks she baa been badly treated. A short time ago her Jewelry was stolen mid the public didn’t know It. This is the first case on record. Mr. 0, 8. Clarke, as Tw/Vtt In the pump handle scene, has-to kick his hat oil at the wings. While playing the partln London lately, to his own horror, and to the Intense amuse ment of his audience, he kicked his hat into (he centre of the Royal hoz, where the Duchess of Edinburg was sitting. 13v command of the august personage. & lady in waiting picked Itnp and threw it at the actor. Joe Howard says In the Philadelphia Timet— and coming from him the statement can he tak en for what Iffs worth—that “ Thus far Mr. Jlavcrly, of Chicago, has not made much of a hit In the Lyceum. The fact Is, the Lyceum Is like the dog with the bad name. lu a few sea sons It may bo fortunate enough to be reebris tuned mid have a fair chance. At present the odds are against it.” ‘‘Neck mid Ncck,”Tn which Mr. R. T. Stetson appear* os the hero, Is given nt Hamlin’s this week. Wo need only mention that there U a rubbery, a murder, an arrest, an execution on Uic scaffold, a misplaced switch, mid a lightning express In the drama to give the curious reader an idea of its nature. In the varletv olio pre ceding the plav .Miss Fanny Wood. Miss .fcunle Lindsey, Haley and West, Miss Eugenic, and J. IL HadcllJl participate. CANADA. Dominion-Government Contradictions—The “tincrcd Heart” Lottery—” Ited ” Leary— Tlio Carloton-Accblont ln(|ao*t—Atmeke- Jnus Heirs—ls Lager Uerr IntoxicatingV Montreal, May 20.-tiir Win Tyler ana other leading officials of the Grand Trunk Hallway left Montreal this morning by a special train for De tioituml Chicago,where they go determined Inse cure through connection with Chicago, so as to bo independent of the Michigan Central and the Vanderbilt line. Spect d» Dhpalch to The TrUninr. Ottawa, May 20.—At the Instance of the Government, a quantity of palmetto fibre Is be ing Imported from Florida, for the purpose of testing It for bank-note purnoscs. It Is well known that the Government has re quested the removal of Llout.-Gov. Letclller because he dismissed a Cabinet against Us con sent. and voted In the House of CVnunons for a resolution condemning such procedure as un constitutional. Strange to sav, in a pamphlet on Manitoba and the Northwest ns a field for Im migration,—which pamphlet ts corrected up to date, and circulated bv the present Government for the Information of Intending Immigrants,— a paragraph defining the Constitution mid Gov ernment of Canada, entirely different from the Government's professed” views, appears. The Government's immigration pamphlet savs tiie Governor-General has the orlvilego of calling upon any of his Ministers to resign, and of calling another member to such department, or be may dissolve the entire Cabinet. Almost Immediately afterwards, in a paragraph defin ing the functions of Lieutenant-Governors, It Is stated that “ The Lieutenant-Governor names a Premier. who selects, with the Governor, a Cab inet, which Is called the Executive Council,—it being selected and governed by the same rules as the Privy Council In the Dominion Govern mdnt.” Thus It Is seen that, while the Domin ion Government, on the one hand, has been op pealing to the Imperial Privy Council to dismiss Mr. Letelllcr because ho discharged functions similar to those of a Governor-General, the Do minion Government, on the other bund, has been circulating thousands of pamphlets in Great Britain, setting forth that Lieutenant- Governors possessed such functions. Special niepatc.h to The Tribune. Mo.ntural, Mav 20.—Justice Lorangcr has resigned, ami will be replaced, It is said, by Mr. Gill, M. I*. for Richelieu County. Mrs. Elizabeth Waldron bus entered an action for 53.000 damages against Patrick James lirennaofur broach of promise of marriage, and seduction. Mutars. Thompson & Blong, of tliis city, have purchased 5,000 sheep for exportation to Loti*' don, Liverpool, and Bristol, during May ami, Jane. Tlie animals average in weight 1-10 pounds each, and were bought at from four to live cents per pound. At the Inception of the now famous lottery* scheme of the “Sacred Heart,” which recently collapsed, the Hey. Mr. Vlllencuvo gave George Bishop the contract, of supplying the lottery* tickets. As every ticket had the Indorsation of Die Catholic Bishop, Mr. Bishop considered that Mr. Vlllcncuvu wua a perfectly responsible per* sun, and under these circumstances undertook the work. The account ran up to about sloo, Mr. Vlllcnouve making several small payments, and finally giving n tuna for the amount. This, however, Was not paid at maturity, as Mr. Vil* lencuve had Juft thu city for an indefinite period of lime. The account was thou presented to the Bishop, who repudiated it, and said he could do nothing in the matter. A letter was written him, drawing his attention to the injustice of the case, as thu profits of the lottery would have gone to the Church; but he returned u similar reply. Homo others are In the same po sition with relorcncu to thU lottery. In the Parish of Loi'ralrto there wore passed, In one day and night, twuntv-four deeds of donation and leases by fathers to their sons. The following week there was a meeting of the Council held, ot which It was resolved to place these twenty-four additional names on the voters 1 Hats Immediately. Alexander Moquln and others entered au opposition to having these names put on the Hat, and the casa came, before Justice Torrance. Every one of the twenty-four tiled a notarial deslstment,— thus confessing This addition was to’ strengthen the Conservative vote lit Lnl’ralrlo. serial /Htthile A In Tht 7W6UU4. Qubuec, Mav 'JO.—Ur. Hubert Lame, physi cian to Lieui.-Oov. Letelllor. publishes a state ment denying that his Honor has bail apoplexy, as reported. Ho had asthma and congestion of the lungs, hut Is now much bettor. filHiatcA to Th* Tritium Toronto, May ‘JO.— There are several distin guished Individuals to the city at prescut. •• Uod ” Leary, the noted thief and tail-breaker. 1 arrived in the city, It Is said, from Montreal, on (Saturday last, and Is at present hero. He can not bo extradited. I'anos, a confederate of Molly Matches, is lu the city, and Is sulforlng fronudecdlngut the lungs. Another confed erate of Matches Is la jail, awaiting his trial for burglary. Edward Thlckponuy, who nu brought to To* ronto. charged with the murder of Mr*. Cuthe rlut Thorajwon, was arrested Id Toronto loiuo lime since, charged with being disorderly, end alterwurds the charge was changed to Insanity. Ho was dismissed on that occasion. Ho will undergo a medical examination in order that it may be ascertained whether he la insane, it be* lug commonly reported that ho is. Mr. Goldwln Hmltb publishes a long loiter ro viewing the political situation, uud comes out squarely against ihu present Ontario Govern ment lu the forthcoming elections. The Jury In theOarletou accident inquest re turned u verdict censuring thu driver lor having run his engine at such a high rate of speed, and switchman Mavue for opening the switch in vio lation ot the rule regulating his duties. The Grand Trunk Company la also censured fora lazitv In enforcing the rules for the guidance of employes. A*dat JUtpa'ch to 77H TVtSuns. London, May SO.—Mr. C. B. Junes, a promi nent barrister of Bt. Marys, of the lirm u( Jones & Moscrio, has absconded, leaving ll&bllUiea amounting to |SO,UUO. Tlie town lias been leur lully excited for several days past over thu mat ter.- Mr. Jones dealt largely in money-lending and mortgages! and a large number of farmers and olliers are severe sufferers. Jio is now sold to bo lu New York. ttpotlal IMnalrh to Tho TVMuiu. Hamilton. Miy BO.—Tho descendants of Wolfert Webber, who was closely relaud to Mrs. Anueko Jam Bogardu*,ovor whose alleged property In Now York City and neighborhood there has been a tight for mauy years, are still endeavoring to got hold of the property, the value ot which H now many millions of dollars- Another meeting of thu descendants of Wolfert Uchhcr, of whom thfro nrn quite a number In IhM iielffhDurJu.o;! and tin- Niagara district, ha* been held bore. Il hn* undoubtedly proven that U’olfert Webber tame to America In Jr»is, ninl died In 1715. When be enmo of ago he ran away with a young lady and married her. Tim parents were wroth at the elopement, nml disinherited them,—their eevere punishment being to prevent the heir* of either getting any benefit from the property lor five generallmi*. It has also transpired Hiatthe property could tiot he touched till about debt year* neo, .uni that the time for claiming tbc property extends to 1000. This will baa been discovered at tbu Hague, In Jiollmid, and Uiu liiivernnuiit, of Unit country refuse* tho varloua claimants evuii a look. at It until they pro dnee a bo;»I to correspond with that on the testament. Till* seal. It Is understood, has been discovered In New York, and it in tin; shape of a new moon with orna mental design* surrounding It. The meeting resolved to continue their endeavors, and to get further proof from Holland, ami submit It ton future meeting to be held hern. Sufrtat fn»ratch to 7he Ttibunt St. John, N. U., May 20.—0n0 of the pro prietor* of a lager-beer saloon boro has been summoned In the Police Court for Rolling lager, which, It Is claimed by Hie authorities. Is an In toxicant. In order to have the question tested. Urn saloon-proprietor bus sent to Boston to Prof. Haines to testify II there la alcohol In tbu beer. A chemlu Inin also been summoned on behalf of lln* city, to test tin* beer. The result of the case will determine a number of others now pending (a the city. POLITICAL. oino. ffp*ctnt ntmttrJi to nt Tribunt, CTrcwkati, May 20.—A private letter from Charles Foster, under date of yesterday, aava that, while he Is not a candidate for second place on the State ticket, ho does not yet know what a sense of duty to his parly might direct him to do. He Indicates a willingness to accept the second place if the chances for first should bo unfavorable mid ho should bo appealed to to take it os a personal sacrifice fur the benefit of the party. The nomination of Taft for Govern or Is now generally conceded. Foster has con siderable strength for first place, but bis friends show no disposition to push bis candi dacy at tbe expense of anybody else. It seem* possible, therefore, that Hie ticket will be Taft mul Foster. Such a ticket would unite Republicans of all shade*of opinion, mid carry lhe State by an overwhelming majority. The few Democratic County Conventions which have been held bare not developed Hie Bishop strength that was expected. It is apparent Hint the Democrats are much divided as to the best thing to do. IOWA, Council Bluffs, la., May 20.—A largo num ber ol delegates to the Democratic State Con vention to be held in tills city to-morrow are already present, and tint number is constantly Increasing. The Indications arc that the Con vention will beonool the largest Democratic gatherings of the Kind ever in tlio State. The nomination for (fyvdVhor It Is conceded lies be tween the lions, John F. Duncombc, of Fort Dodge, and IJ. Jl. Trcmtdc. of Bloomfield, with the ebuncea perhaps slightly in luvor ot the lat ter-named gentleman. The lion. Moses Bloom, of Imva City. Is most freely spoken of for Lieutenant-Governor, and Judge Noble fur Su preme Judge. No candidate is named for Su perintendent of Schools. To-night an open-air meeting la in progress, with the lion. John C. Nell, of Indiana, Judge Kennedy, of Tama County, D. 0. Finch, of Dca Moines, nod James flogenuau, of Keokuk, as the principal speakers. DOSTOX. .VpffMl THrvttth to Tht Tribmt. Boston, Mass., May SO.— The Greenback State Committee met tonight, and made preliminary arrangements for a vigorous campaign In the fall. A mass-meeting will bo held in Music- Hall Juncs, when Fetor Cooper will preside,' Butler will advocate bis own claims to the Gov ernorship. mu) Wendell Phillips, Weaver, of lowa, and Solon Chase, of Maine, will speak. In reminding the Groonlmckcrs (hut It Is their Im perative dutv to buy tickets for this show, the Committee stale (hat nut one jtonnv will be used to advance Uie private interests of any ofllcc-sccker, but that all will go toward the fund fur the campaign, mid the purchase uud distribution of Greenback literature. INDIANAPOLIS. Onuul Encampment of Odd.Follows—Doo* turn. PjHtlnt Dlupaleh to Tht t Trtbnve. Indianai’oms, Iml., May £o.—The thiriv-sec oml semi-annual Enc.impmcut of Odd-Fellows met to-day. The Grand Patriarch reports tliut Encampmcntfl_dcllni|uent sir months aijo—Nich olson, at Columbia City; Atlantic, at Peters burg; Cooper and Young America, at Oakland City: Boone, at Walton; and Cedar, at Auburn —have been restored and resumed active work. Ten are still delinquent, and two have sur rendered their dinners. The Grind Patriarch earnestly commends a reduction of bencQts from $3 to $1 per week as absolutely necessary to continue the prosperity of the Order. There 'ace MI Encampment* now In existence, wltE\ 6,804 members on the rolls, and the resources of thu Encampments are $6-1,816.10. • A memorial was adopted upon thu dealt) of Past Grand Keprcsuutaiive Slew art, of Delphi, which occurred lust'month, writ ten by Schuyler Colfax, who Is In attendance upon thu meeting. The Grand Encampment nominated the following olllcers: Patriarch, S. B. Holley, of New Albany; High Priest, U. Ber ger, of Muncic; Senior Warden, 11.0. llleebert, of Frankfort; Secretary, B. F. Foster; Treas urer, T. P. Houehoy, of Indlanuoolle: Uepre suntatiro to thu Uniiul Lodge, John F. Wallace, of Indianapolis. Them were six nominations for Junior Warden. The dc.tlon la next No vember. Tim Grand Lodge of the United Order of Honor met to-day. There aru eleven lodges. The following ofllcers were elected: President, John Cnven, of indlaminolis; O. 11. Thomas, of Pendleton, Secretary; U. S. Bradley, of New Albany, Treasurer. The State Medical Association Is la session, with £OO members present. Vice-President Nowlaml, of Lawrence (Jountv, ts presiding, and this evcnlug delivered the annual address. SUTRO TUNNEL San FnaNcisco, May £o.—The progress oC the sub-drain In thu Sutro Tunnel for the week ending May 15 was 2,ft££ feel. The total of Urn complete excavation on that date was 0,807 feet. The remaining portion Is about half excavated hlrcady, but only completed excavations are re ported. Thu work of .laying boxes Is being diligently pushed as the excavation Is prepared, Over i,£oo mull are employed. INDIANAPOLIS. ffpteial Dlupalch to The TVnSoru. Inuukai'OU*, Iml., May 20.—Thu First Na tloual Hank this morning recovered Judgment la Urn Superior Court by default against Carey W. Miller uml Ellzabutb Miller, bU mother, for £20,743.59 on notes. This Is part of ilia short* age which Miller, the defaulting teller, acknowl edged on the wltuuss-stund hi liiti United Stales ESTABLISHED THIRTY YEARS. MRS. WINSLOW’S SOOTHING STROP FOR CHILDREN TEETHING. 25c.- WORLD-FAMED BEMEDIES.-25C. BROWN'S BRONCHIAL TROCHES, for Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat, Hoarsenees 4c, BROWN'S HOUSEHOLD PANACEA, for Relieving all Pain, Internal *nd External. BROWN'S VERMIFUGE COMFITS, for Eradicating Worms In Children, (Unfailing.) BROWN'S CAMPHORATED DENTIFRICE, for Whitening and Preserving the Teeth. SOLD BY ALI. DRUGGISTS. Court, and was Uico acquitted by the Jtlrn’ under virtual Instruction* of Judge Blodiett.. % ■ Postmaster Ilalloway left for Washington to-night to make arrangement* for a fuller sup ply of refunding, certificates. Thus tar the de* irtiind has been equal to $3,500 a day. APPELLATE COURT. A’temf IHtoetch to i.it Triune. SratNOF-iRi.D, 111., May 20.—Tho Appellate Court of tho Third District mot to-day In regu lar course, Justice Ulgbeo:'presiding, Judges Lyman, Lacey* and O. L. Dayls present. A few formal motions were entered, and CoUrt ad journed to 10 o’clock to-morrow.. 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Especial attention has been given to the selection of Tasteful ail ArUsllc Hoi In Medium grades, to meet the de mand for desirable goods At Popular jPrices! Mats, Eugs, Mattings, Lignum Oil Cloths, Ornmb 01oths,with every thing pertaining to the department in great variety, nt prices the low est known for years! Wo Display Hie Finest Collection of India and Turkish Carpets Ever Seen in the Vest! At twenty-five pec cent less than late Eastern Prices I UPHOLSTERY. Curtain Goods and Furniture Cov erings in all fabrics. Lambrequins, Curtains, Portieres, made and hung by skillful workmen. Heal-Lace, Antique, Guipure, and Nottingham Lace Curtains, Bed Spreads and Shams, WINDOW SHADES And Pictures, Cornices, Poles, &c. Gossage & Co. Chas: .HU.LIMGIIY. West Edl Dry .Mis lose, Madison anil Peoria-sts. CABSOI PIE & CO, Millinery Dept 8,000 Linen Braid Hats for Children*,, (rimmed) 25c. 2,000 Sailor lints, lit Brown and White- Straw, 25c. , 1)000 Children’* Diamond Hats, 75c and slj former price, $1.25 and $1.75 JL very LARGE LINE of Ladles’, Hisses’* and Children’s Hats (iintrlmmod) for 50c, 75c, and $1 j extraordlna* ry good value. Ladies’ Trimmed Bonnets and Walking* Hats a Specialty (his season. Wo have a handsome Hue to sclcut from, aiid will giro you lower prices tlmu any other house lor (ids city. English Violets • ■ 50c pep'flex Roses 5c each MOOTIIINO SYRUP. MBS. WINSLOW'S SSSTMK STRIP For all Diaeaaesof Children, such Teeth ing, Wind Colic, Diarrhoea, Ac., ia a safe, reliable, ami harmless remedy. It softens the gume.reducee all Inflammation, and not only relieves the child from pain, but regu lates the stomach and bo wale, corrects acid ity. and gives tone and energy to the whole system; *gives rest tu the mother and health to the child. Never did we know an Instance of dissatisfaction by any one who used it; oa the contrary,all are delighted with its operations. Direction* accompanying euh Dottle; W’OUARD AQAINBT couaterfell, poor, worthless and unprincipled imitations, which are eometimes thrust upon the un wary by reason of their large profits. ArTNone genuine unites the fac-almHc of CURTIS A PERKINS, New York, is oo the outside wrapper. Sold by Druggists throughout the world. TWENTY-FIVE CENTS A BOTTLE. 5 An 013, Renownefl, AND Excellent Remefly FOR Cfflrcn’s Complaints.