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ONE DAY WITH THE RACERS Strong Wind at Stockton Spoils the Sport FORCED AGAINST A FENCE feting Resumed at the Ray District Track Clifford Lowers the Colors of Henry ol Navarre In a Grand Race In New York Associated Preas Special Wire. STOCKTON. Sept. 21.—The last day of tbe races was very disagreable, owing to a strong north wind that blew : .down the track and struck horses and drivers in the fare. It was impossble to maze good time, hut tne contests were bard fought and the people had just as much spoil. Tbe sensation of the day was iv the half-mile dash, wbeu tbe judges set back the winner, Jim liozeinan, and gave the race to the filly |Nevere. A hundred yaids from the post Bozeman ran across in front of Nevere nnd accidentally struck ber, forcing her against tbe fence and taking of a stirrup. The coilison set her back to second place. The judges su«pended tbe rider oi Bozeman, Walter Gilbert, but it was said that he would be reinstated before the day was over, as W. R. Ruggles, the owner of Nevere, told the judges that it was an accident. Joe Narvaez rode Nevere and he agreed that It was an accident. Lady Gray was tbe favorite in the pools, with Nevere second choice. lago won tbe unfinished race with Boodle in 2tls}^. The 2:19 trot was a pretty race, al though Zombro won it in straight heats In fast time for a bad day. The 2:15 pace was delcared off owing to darkness. SUMMARY. Trotting (unfinished from yesterday), t:ls class, purse $1000 --lago 112 3 1 Boodle 3 2 112 Hlladalo 2 3 3 r.o. Hamrock 4 4 4 dr. Time. 2:1«, 2:14, 2:14, 2:11%, 2:16)4\ Running, half mile, pur»e $100—Nevere won, Lady Gray second, Peixoto third; time. :50%. Pembroke. Coleen, Bairn and Jim Bozeman also ran. Jim Boze man finished lirst, but was disqualified for fouling. Running, five furlongs, owners' handi cap, purae $100—Graoie S. wen, Harry Lewis second.Blue Bell third; time, 1:03. Ike L. and Garza also ran. Tortting, 2:10 class, purse $1000: Zombro 11l Cbico 3 2 2 Irene Crocker 4 3 2 Burno 2 4 4 Jennie June 5 5 5 Prioce Ira 7 t! 6 Briarhill B 7 7 Chico and Irene Crocker ran a dead heat for second place. Time—2:lt% 2:17. At Bay District SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 21.-Racing was resumed at the Bay Dstrict track todiv after a lapse of threw weeks, during which time most of the stables quarter Tbe Captain Makes a Orcat Hit CAPTAIN MARRYAT CIGARS ARE THE FINEST BEYOND QUESTION TRY ONE HARBURCJER, HOHAS & CO., iNew York, Makers ing at the Bay District track have been to 6arrameuto. Six furlongs— Duchess of Towers won, Bob Tucker second, Jefferson third; time. l:Uy(, Five and a half furlongs— Sir Richard won, Rosebud second, Tim Murphy third ; time. 1:07? i. Six furlongs handicap — Belle Boyd won, Gratify second, Instigator third; time, 1:13. Mile und an eighth,handicap—Claudius won, Wheel of Fortune second, Rear Guard third; time, 1:53. About six furlongs — Mainstay won, Long Lady second, Grady third; time, 1:15. Eastern Races NEW YORK, Sept. 21.—Henry of Na varre's colors were lowered today before 7000 spectators iv a line race. He had to take up the crushing weight of 12S pounds and gave more than he could afford un der the circumstances. Tbey got away in line at the Brat attempt and us they cume down past tbe grand stand Sir Walter was setting the pace, a slow one, with Rey el Santa' Anita second and tbe others close up. The first quarter was run In twenty-live seconds, as was the second. In the next quarter they began to run in earnest and reached the three-quarters in 1:14%. Taral on Rey el Santa Anita be gan riding as they rushed around tne last turn, but could not shake off Sir Walter, who kept his nose in front. Clifford began to move up and was mak ing a bid for the lead in company with Sir Excess and Henry of Navarre. Tbe mile was run in 1:41}, and several were out of it. Sir Walter and Santa Anita hung on a bit longer, but at a mile and a furlong there was only three in it. Clifford was leading easily with Sir Ex cess and Griffin was trying to get Henry of Navarre to the front. He could not do it, however, and Clifford passed tiie judges' stand first in 2:07!~, leading by a length ami a half, with Sir Excess and Henri' of Navarre following dim in. Five furlongs—Margrave won, Sweet Favordale second, Forum third; time, 1:02. Mile aud a half—Nankipoob won, Pep per second. Counoiaeur third; time, 2:38>-i. S Six| furlongs—Waltzer won, Derfargilla second, Pop Gray third; time. I:ls>£. Mile and a quarter—Clifford won. Sir Excess second, Henry of Navarre third; time. 2:073 a. Atlantic stakes" five furlongs—Key del Carreras won. Applause second, Hand spring third; time, ItQIW. Mile and au eighth—LeonawcU won, Behlemere second, Discount third; time I:ss'i. CNCIINNATTI, Sept. 21.—Five fur longs—Heater won. senile second, Han nah third ; time 1:02. Seven furlongs — Semper Lex won, Aimee Goodwin second, Roosevelt tnird; time 1:21%. Five and one-half furlcngs—Raymond won, Parody second, Robinson third; time 1:09. Grana hotel stakes, value to the win ner, $1305, one mile—Lehman won. Hand some second, Buck Massie third; time 1:40! a . Mile and a sixteenth—Grannan won, In gomar second. Favetle Belle third; time 1:47^. Seven furlongs — Yellow Rose won, Captain Drane second, La Crosse third ; time 1:20%. ANOTHER RECORD BROKEN George Fuller Is Now tbe Champion Boy Rider The Last Day's Bicycle Races at Nspa Were Slow Because ot High Wind NAPA, Sept. 21.—The last day's races at Agricultural park were well attended, a number of San Francisco and Oakland wheelmen being present. There was a heavy north wind blowing which pre vented Foster breaking anymore records, as he was in excellent trim today and prepared to do his best. Foster and the members of tbe quad team will stay over until next week, when Foster will go against the world's records for paced mile flying start and also quarter. There were five events this afternoon. A time limit of 1:16 was placed on the naif mile scratch,class A,which was won by Byrne, with Bates a close second; time, 1:04. One mile scratch,class B—Long won, E dwards second; time, 2:30' 4-D. One mile handicap, class A, was run in two heats, seven men qualifying—Down ing won, Wing second; time, 2:21. Met calf became ill on the home stretch and fell. He had to be carried to his dressing room. The two-mile handicap, class B, was won by Hall, with Nisson second. Ed wards did not start in this race. Time, 0:22. I ive diamonds were given in the five mile lap race, one for each lap. McFar land won First, Squire the second and the last three were won by Freeman,who rode a very pretty race. George Fuller went against the half mile paced.flying start, for boys under 15 and made the distance in 1:03, breaking the world's record. SI ILL NO REFEREE Yankee Sullivan Persona non Grata to Corbett NEW YORK, Sept. 21.—N0 referee bas yet oeen selected for the Corbett-Fitz simmons light. Today W.A. Brady, rep resenting Corbett, Martin Julian for FiUsimotnns, and Joe Yendig for the Florida Athletic club, met and wrangled for three hours. Brady wanted the ref eree decided upon at least a week bsforo the hgnt. Julian said he would not have a referee named until the day preceding the battle. Vendig implored both repre sentatives to come to a decision. Brady refused to accept "Yank" Sullivan, say ing Sullivan had written something in sulting to Corbett. Several other names were suggested, among them Phil Dywer and Herman Oeliicbs, but Julian refused to consider tbem. Eastern Baseball BOSTON, Sept. 21.—Boston 13, base hits 12, errors 2. New York 12, base hits 16, errors C. Batteries—Sullivan ana Gnnz-l; Ger man, Clark and Doyle. BROOKLYN, Sept. 21. — Brooklyn 0, base hits 5, errors 3. Baltimore 4, base hits B,errors .3. Batteries —Daub und Daly; Hoffer and Clarki. CLEVELAND, Sept. 21.— Clevela.jd 17, | base bits 16, errors f. Pittsburg 3. base hits 8, errors 4. Batteries—Cuppy ana.Zimmer; Moran and Merritt. CINCINNATI, Sept. 21.—Cincinnati 19, base hits 21, errors 3. Louisville H, base hits 13, errors I. Batteries—Bailey and Vaughn; Wey bing, Inks ami Warner. ST. LOUIS, Sept. 21.-St. Louis 2, base hits 12, errors 3. Chicago ' , base hits 11. errors 3. Batteries — McDougall and Miller; Griffith and Kittredge. j PHILADELPHIA. Sept. 21.-Phila delphia 15, base hits 1, errors 1. Washington 10, base hits 10, errors 4. Batteries—Carsey and Clements; Andei* I son and McGuire. THREE PEOPLE DROWNED Courageous Women Attempt to Rescue a Drowning Boy MANASOAN, X. J., Sept. 2t.-Three peoplo were drowned while bathing in tbe surf here toiay, and the fourth mem ber of the party was rescued wit- great LOS ANGELES HERALD: SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 22, 1895. difficulty. The latter was Sirs. Fisk, wife of a Jersey City druggist. Two of those drowned were young ladies. Mi-s Eurl and Miss Brown. William Fisk, 1!) years ot age. son of the rescued woman, was the third wno perished. Tub tide was on the ebb, and a strong undertow was running and young Fisk waded out and was swept seaward. His mother evarted out after bim ami she too was caught by the undertow When the two younger wo men made an attempt to rescue their compnrions and wero drowned. CONFESSES HER CRIME ilurdered Her Husband s Benefactor and Burned the Body MONROE, ftfieh., Sept. 21.—Mrs. Enus I.arkins has Confess**] that she killed Mre. Jane Merrill, her husband's bene factor, whose bones were rcoent'y scraped up from the funeral pyre built to bide the evidences of the crime. Mrs. i.arkins says Mrs. Merrill came to her house in the evening to collect rtnt and abused both Mr. and Mrs. I.arkins. The latter engaged in a quarrel with tbe old lady and threw a stick of wood, striking Mrs. Mrrrill on tbe side of the bead and kill ing her instantly. Then Enos dragged the body to the woods. The grave was dog that night. The body was finally burned in tbe woods a few days afterwards. Mrs. Mer rilLs household goods were moved out of Mrs. Merrill's house to make peoplo think she had moved away. Mrs. I.ar kins admits impersonating the murdered woman, writing the lease, mortgage and a letter to John A. Zabel, signed Mrs. Merrill, asking him to turn over all her papers in his possession to Enos Larkins. UTAH'S PREMATURE WINTER Snow Flakes Covered Ihe Heavy Foliage The Mountains' Sides Are Mantled In White and Overcoats Are All the Rage SALT LAKE, Sept. 21.—Climatic con ditions took a suddon change lust night and this valley was visited by a heavy rain and followed by a snow storm,which broke the drouth that has prevailed sitice June. The rain of last June was very light and rain or snow was becoming al most a necessity. The water supply of the city, which comes from mountain streams, was very low and was getting to be a serious question. The farmers throughout the valley had not been able to do any fall plowing on account of dry weatner. Ie is estimated that the storm has been worth many thousands of dol lars to the farmers. At o o'clock yesterday afternoon tbere was a decided drop in temperature and a heavy rain set in, wnich lusted until 10 o'clock and then turned to snow. The snowfall continued until noon today and at times was accompanied by a cold north wind. Oveiooats were brought into general use today, which is a very un common thing for this season of tbe year. Up to this time tbere has been no frost here, and the heavy foliage covered with snow anc tbe general appearance of everything in the street made a striking scene of genuine winter. The storm began north of Ogden and extended generally over the valley for more than a hundred miles south. The lirst stieet car to Fort Douglass, on the east branch this morning, carried a snow plow to clear the snow off the track. Telegraphic communication was tem porarily interrupted. The sunsbine this afternoon melted moat of tbo snow in ihe valley, but the mountains are covered with a mantle of snow. At Other Points RAWLIXS, Wye, Sept. 21.—A heavy northeast snow storm early this morning. Snow is eight inches deep on a level and it is still snowing. There are fears for sheep still on the mountain ranges. Should the weather turn cold, there will undoubtedly be heavy losses. LARAMiE, Wyo., Sept. 21.—Tbe lirst snow storm of the season reached here early today. The temperature has fallen 'J5 degrees since midnight, with a cold east wind blowing. DENVER, Col., Sept. 21.—For a week ColDrado has been sweltering under neat unusual for September, but today tliere rami a sudden change, a chilling wind from the northeast sending the tempera ture down like a shot. Tonight, after au hour of rain,snow began falling and pros pects are favorable for its continuing all night. MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., Sept. 21.—A Leadville, S.D. .special to the Journal sasy: Six inches of snow lias fallen at Haiti Mountain and three inches here. There havo been no frosts and the trees in full leaf are breaking beneath the load of snow. NAVY MACHINISTS' GRIEVANCE The Department Likely to Lose Its Beat Men Shortly WASHINGTON Sept. 21.—A1l the ma chinists of the navy have a grievance and unless tbis is speedly redressed, tbe ser vice is likely to be ehort of the best grade of mechanics. By tbe department's sys tem they have been graded into three classes, chief, first and second class ma chinists, with pay in proportion. According to tho practice of the depart ment a man cannot he enlisted an a chief machinist, hut mii9t enter one of tbe lower grades and await promotion. This bas brought about the result that where a person has served faithfully for a num ber of years and by ability attained tho rank of chief machinist, he must, if bo desires to continue In the naval service at the conclusion of his term of enlistment, re-enlist in the lower grades, taking his cbanoes of again getting his old rating as chijf, and losing about $1 a month un til he succeeds. In the event that he re-enlists at once, on tha same ship on which he had been serving, he suffers no loss, as ha is immediately rated as chief, but in the moro frequent cases I where he has to leniuin for months on a I receiving ship awuiting assignment, bis j loss is considerable. CHICKAMALOLA WEEK The Dedication Events at Chattanooga Closed Yesterday CHATTANOOGA, Term., Sept. 21.— With tbe businsss meeting of the Society of the Army of the Cumberland today events of the dedication week came to a olos:e. The crowds are leaving the city as fast as special trains can carry them. The officers wbo had served during the past year were coniinued for another term. Treasurer Fuller (reported the so ciety had selected Rockford, 111., os the next place of meeting, Cbickamaugua week as the time, and adjouned. And No Wonder NEW YORK. Sept. 21. -A Mexican cable dispatch to the Herald from Buenos Ayres, JArgentine, vii Gulveston, Tex., states that Robert McCallum, who left tbis port in a 19-fuoi sluop on June I.3th, to cross the Atlantic, had been rescued by the British ship Stalwart. He was starving and crazy. Still They Come LONDON, Sept. 21.—The secretary of the Victoria Yacht club stales tbat the club bas been requested to issue a chal lenge for the America's cup. He fs awaiting tbe necessary particulars and detailed information concerning the re quirements of tbe New York Yacht club before anything can be done. REBEKAHS PAY NO BENEFITS Closing Session of the Grand Lodge I. 0. 0. F. NEW TREASURER INSTALLED Baltimore Will Be Headquarters for the Qrand Lodge Representative, of the lira id Sire on the Farga Dif.lenity Unhsslta:ligly Indorsed Associated Press Special Wire ATLANTIC CITY, Sept. 2!.—The soy. ereign grand lodge I. O. O. F. adjourned at 12 o clock today to meet in Dallas, Tex., on the third Monday of September, 1896. Tho closing session of the grand lodge began at 9:30 this mo ning. M. Blcbards Muckle o! Pennsylvania, the newly elected grand treasurer, was duly installed. Tho matter of purchasing property in Baltimore for the use of the national oth ers came up. Ihe special committee re ported that they had made a thorough investigation and found the property has a city valuation of $22,031 and tbo owners will sell the property to the grand lodge for $28,750. It wrs. voted to purchase this property. Tbis sottles the fight of many years standing as to whether sovereign grand lodge officials should have their head quarters in Baltimore or Washington. The Fargo, which was one of the most important questions of the sessions, came up and was settled. Tbe commit tee to which the matter was referred re ported that all of the representatives of the grand sire on the Fargo difficulty Were unhesitatingly endorsed. The com mittee ulao considered the report ot" the speoial committee of this body made last year and fully endorsed all of the report us being clear. It was made clear that the items of $1500, $8800 and $7^7,2fl were not usea or required for legitimate ex penses and tbe relief of destitute brothers ami sisters and with the total amount of 1f1,037.29, bo returned to the lodges in tbe different states from which it was re ceived. A motion on a resolution to re duce the price of the traveling cards to 10 cents each to grand lodges and to all others in advanco of 25 per cent, to take effect January 1, 1890, %vaa indenitely postponed. After a hard struggle the proposition to give the grand lodges power to order subordinate or Rebekah lodges to pay benefits was lost. The finance committee reported that tbe estimated expenses for next year wero $00,008.29 und that it was appropriated. This will bo raised by per capita tax levied on the variouß grand bodies. ARMS FOR CUBANS An American Steamer Caught With War Material Aboard RALEIGH, N. C, Sept.;2l.—A special to the News from Wilmington, N. C, says: Tho steamer Commander, which was reported yesterday as being at South port and loaded up with arms which it was claimed were for the use of Colombia, but the real destination of which was he lived to be Cuba, was today libeled by District Attorney Haycock and the crew arrested by a marshal called under in structors of tae attorney general. On ex amination the cargo was found to con sist of cannon, lities. ammunition and shells. Cuban machetes and sundiy sus picious weapons supposed to be for Cuban insurgents were also found. The cast Is now being investigated and the trial will be held Monday. BOYS IN BLUE Private Dalzelt Lectures to Soldiers In Re union MEMHPIS, Mo.. Sopt. 21.—A three days' reunion of the soldlers of North eastern Missouri, Southern lowa and Western Illinois closed here last night. The attendance was very large. Private Dalzell of Ohio, Captain Kel logg of lowa. Rev. Sheperd of Cincinnati and Lair Deen of Kansas were the speak ers. The annual meeting of the" Twenty first Missouri association was held in con nection with the reunion. The reunion closed with a rousing camp Ihe at which Private Dalzell delivered bis lecture, Boys in Blue. SOME GREEK LAW A Plan to Control the Price ol Currants In Greece WASHINGTON, Sept. 21.-A report to the state department from "TJonsul- Oenernl Wharten at Athens that a law has been enacted by the Greek parliament, tho purpose of which is the control of the price of currants. The law levies a tax of 15 per cent of tbe crop to be paid in money or in kind. The total crop of Greece for the year is estimated at 300, --000,000 pounds, which would yield a reve nue to the government of 380 drachms, or $733,000. Sympathy for Cuba CHICAGO, Bept. 21.—Sympathy for Cuba wns declared by the citizens of Chi cago tonight assembied in mass meeting. It was the sense of the meeting to let Congressman Frank Aldrich know how biß constituents felt on the Cuban ques tion and through Mr. Aldrich to inform tbe law makers at Washington and tho j country al large that this body of stal wart men at Chicago would bo ready at a moment's notice, if such a thing wero j lawful, to send a regiment to help fight against the Spaniards. Resolutions tv the above effect were adopted. riexican (inkers In Cuba WASHINGTON, Sept. 21.—The minster of war denies that Cnban agents have enlisted Mexican army officers on the retired list and that a good many of them had left for the seat of war. He says that no Mexican officer in active ser vice or on the retired list has intimated his desire to go to Cuba, and that be does not know of the enlistment of any of those who are now in active service. In a Receiver's Hands KANSAS CITY, Sept. 21.—The Kan sas City Times publishing company was today placed in the hands of W. O. Cox, a local banker, as a receiver. The ap pointment was made upon the applica tion of the Remington Paper company of Watertown, N. Y. Untrue Dispatches DANVILLE, Ky., Sept. 21.—Tbe dis patches saying tbat W. O. Uoodloe, an attorney of this city, and two other men had been killed at a poker game at a dis tillery in I'ulaskijwere untrue. All are alive. Collis Is Coming NEW YORK. Sept. 21.--C. P. Hunting ton will leave for San Francisco tomor row. ZSm Wisconsin Timber Fires APPI.ETON, Wis., Sept. 21.—Fire has broken out again iv Centre Swamp ana burned over quite a tract of a valuable tim ber. Tho rain last night checked it con siderably but unless long continued soak ing ruins come, the whole swamp seems to bo destined to burn. It has been ab solutely impossible to extinguish the fire as it burned into the ground to a depth of two feet among the roots and soil. As long as the lire exists thus every wind is sure to fan it into a blaze. COLLAPSED COMMONWEALTH Laura's Railroad Across the Continent floes Olimmerlng SAX FRANCISCO, 8f)P«- Th » c ° operative Commonwealth oreanized early in the summer by George W. Wells and Alexander Gray of Seattle, has collapsed. The scheme was not wonting to the satisfaction of the organizers and they turned tho management over to Mrs. Laura De Force Gordon who contracted with the Plessanton Hop company to fui nish about two hundred bands for pick ing the hop crop at 70 cents a hundred pounds. Mrs. Gordon deducted 40 cents a day from the earnings of tbe commonwealers for food ani to form a sinking fund for the building of a continental railway, tbe main object of the organization. The season is now almost over and all Borts of stories or mismanagement or worse ure coming from the people who put theil faith in tbe scheme. They all say that they were ill treat"d and that they have not received what is coming to them. No Wind CENTER ISLAND, 2». V., Sept. 21.- The first race between the Ethel Wynne and Spruce IV, half raters, was declared off, owing to lack of wind. PEARY RETURNS ON I HE KITE His Grand Overland Expedition Was a Failure Members of the Warty Forced to Eat Seel Meet and Refuse, to Keep Alive ST. JOHNS, N. F., Sept. 21.-Peary steamer Kite, arrived at tills port today. On tbe arrival of tbe steamer Kite, Lieu tenant Peary and Hugh J. Lee, with a colored servant were found safe on board. They wero found at Whale Sound August 3d waiting for the Kite anil had only len days previously returned from a great overland expedition, which moved a comparative failure. Independence bay, the most northern part of Greenland, was reached early in June, but they were de torretl irom tho great undertaking by in sufficiency of food. They were obliged on this account to abandon the attempt to make further progress. Nearly ali tho dogs perished and tne remainder bad to be shot owing to tho inability to prvoido them with anything to eat. Tbe Kite mot with splendid weather north and started to explore the west of Smith Sound and traversed the whole coast, vis iting Jones' Mound, Cape Salsine and Littleton i-lano. Two meteorites of almost pure iron were taken aboard, hut another weighing about forty tons, they could not get on board. Sensational stories are current among the crew of the extremities to wnich Peary, Lee and Hansen were reduced. According to the story, which tno ex- to deny, Ihey were almost starved und were forced tv cat seal and other refuse to keep alive. The Kite sailed from St. Johns July 11th, for Peary's hoadquarters in Ingle lield gulf, Greenland. On the steamer were a company of scientists under tho direction of Emil Diebitch, a brother ot Mrs. Peary. Included in the number wore Professor It. .0. Salisury of the Chi cago university. Professor L. L. Dyche of j the Kansas state university, Theodore Leboutiller of Philadelphia and Dr. John E. Walsh of Washington. STILL AFTER CLANCY Another Attempt to flurder Chicago's I'ark h iirst CHICAGO. Sept. 21.—Another attempt to murder Key J. F. Cluncy, the Lemont reformer, was made last night but the men who were lying In wait for the plucky parson wero scared away by one of the latter's friends. Dr. Clancy open ly charges that the attempts on hia life were Instigated by Mayor McCarthy, who is under indictment for bribe taking, and in whose prosecution the minister played a prominent part. Key. Clancy and his friend, J. T. Derby, wero notified today to keep off the streets of Lemont or suffer the consequences. This lias greatly aroused public sentiment and a vigilance committee of twenty members will be organized. Fatal Explosion PITTSBURG Pa. Sept. 21.-Three men lost tneir lives and pioperty was dam aged to the extent of $10,000 today as the result of an explosion of benzine at tho Atlas Paint Works, Allegheny, Pa. Fatal lixplosion DAYTON, 0„ Sept. 21.-At tho county infirmary today the old traction engine used to drill exploded, killing Paul Biitterhorn and William Williams, in mates of the infirmary, and injuring several others. War Ships YOKOHAMA, Sept. 21.—The Japanese parliament has voted a credit of 200,000, --000 yen for the building of four iron claa ships, ten coast defense vessels and fifty torpedo boats. Fresno ior Bankers SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 21.—Fresno has been chosen as the place for the fourth annual convention of tho Califor nia Ba.ikers' association, and the date set for October Ith and sth. Different i rum Utah SPRINGFIELD, Mass., Sept. 21.—The thermometer registered 105 today. NEW YORK, Sept. 21.—According to the official records, today was the hot tost of the year, the mercury running up to !)5 degrees. Receiver In Stock Yard* ST. JOSEPH. Mo., Sept. 21.-On ap plcaticn of Samuel J. Jarvis and Stan ley Conkling, representing the bondhold ers, Judge Woodson of the circuit court this afternoon granted tho petition of the plaintiffs for a receiver oT St. Joseph Stock Yards and Terminal company. Kedesh, the city of Naphtali, where Barak and Deborah assembled the tribes of Israel, has been sought for by M, E. Gautier and not found. Two spots in the valley of the Orontes wero supposed to he the place—a tumulus on a spur of Mount Leuunon near the Lake of Horns and au islana in the lnke. Excavations wero made in both, with the cuncluson that neither is Kedesh. Hut on tho island a series oi interesting buildings, one above the other, was found, beginning with tho Byzantine period and goiirr back through the Graeco-i'iioenician to the bronze and stone ages. 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After the third day a use of tho appUanoe I could walk several steps; one week later 1 walked around the house, and in less than one moot h I wus able to ride out, and now I can walk a mile or more without feeling tired. May God bless and spare you to your many f riouds for years to come. Mr Axel J. Kkblade, of Walshurg, Kan., under date of July 20th, 1805, saya: "Having used the Dr. Owen Eleotrle Appliances for fc'ervou«iiens for the past few months, must say they aro ahead ot any treatment. lam oured of tho worst form of Nervous Disease" Mr A Nihck of Mlddlefleld. lowa, writing us on June 37,1895, says: "This is to certify thn 11 havo derived more benefit from using tho Owen Eloctric Appliances for a severe case ofkidney complaint and nervous prostration than from hundreds ot dollars spent for doctor's bills aud medicine." Oueldosn Illustrated Catalogue contains many endorsements like above, besides cost of appliances, and much valuablelnrormatlon for tho afflicted. Sand 8 cents in stamps for it ut once. When writing parties about their testimonials oncloso a self-addressed stamped envelope to insure a reply? we havo been before tho public many years, and our Eleotrlcal Appliances have beoome a recognized standard of merit. THE OWEN ELECTRIC APPLIANCE CO., 205 TO 211 STATE STREET, CHICAGO. MeW £2* 818 <St tion of a famous French physician, will quickly fine you G ( ull uer ■ *\1 \tiT t \T vous or diseases of the geutu-atlve cirtfaiii, such its LostMunhood, ■Sa Lkm\\ \L\ ./mi\ Inaomnlai t j*Mni Id th* Backs Himinal fluuawiu, Nervous Debility. (S I [ *&B*Y dimples, Unfitness to Marry, Exhausting Drains, Vurlcorele and ■§ \r r V ~7 Constipation, It stop*) alt lessen hv day or night Pi events qul'-k- Kj ness oi discharge, which if notcheeked leads to Hpornmtorrhoauand Hnrrnor .**»% a ftp o all the horrors of Inipoteney. 4:ui*ll>lsWK eleuudes the liver, tha ma otruns, and «r ien Sidneys and the urinaryorgansof ttUimpurlUea, — fVPIDENK strengthens and restores small weak organs, The reason sufferers are not cured by Doctors Is because ninety per cent are troubled with Proß.ul.tU. CUPIDENK is the only known remedy to euro without uu operation. Aono testfmnnU als. A writtenjriiaruntee plven and mone? returned If six boxes does not effect a permanent cut* 11.00 a box, six fur $5.00, by nttdl. Send for frck circular and testimonials, Addrea* DAVOL M t HJICIN X CO., P. O. Box 2070, Ban Franoisco, CaL For Sale fctf Bold by ©Ft & VAUaUX, X £, comer Fourth and spring streets.