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1MTI3 KANSAS CITY JOURNAL SATURDAY JUIA' 18, 1805
IDA WAGNER A GOOD THING,
mi i i iiiiiv i Miii.iu:n AMiitli.tt
I it j i:n.ui.it vi:iLittui,
t i nlu at n I nfig Pfltn he Wn Pounded
litiwrt ttt f,M Money Ami l)n Hunt
lit -iirlfefrn, Nellie (ntiel,.ltHcpli
l fnd IMtMt'ijr Aln Mini.
i was an umwwtly large FrIUj t.
e t tt rare jesterday and th
n or. 'he card fun lht tMttifecl"
' .1 !
Th -lif spift. It wns not a vrtjr
or runt.tn enly one actual
tn ling the mom-y. but lo if
Went to Strongly playd
On the Whole, the- hook
thlic. giving them two
i m led th tnonoy
' ii Wagner. In the
ui open'i up
iM i oumiioit
i 1 1 .Ion n i. . to 6,
ti the I. ad of tho
' mo even money nt
' i ti r ni a great plunge
- ii il r .1 and opening nt 8 to t,
i LacKfttJ id heavily, principally by
i ne f, that nt pout time only one book
. I lay Hffl ns good ft 2 to 6 agftlnst
Little N. II was ft strong Second
but th ruff went t Hardin, neg-
l tn th.. b. ttlnu at 10 to 1.
con 1 race t the ohm won by Ida
i r, ami the thirl race went to Nellie
i nt Ionic odds, Mini foliiioh. the fnv-
in iking such, n poor showing 'hat her
r nnil llarger, w no roil" her. We re sus.
! I pending Investigation. In the
ii race Mornu wag mat' 0 warm fnv.
with Josephine a romdsteot, second
It Wn i beiu'tful race between
i i'r to th" trej'-rt, where Josephine
i iwm ami won, an I Pony Bob got up
'' it Mnmug Out ftir the place
Ii lint rmv Ben WINon. SU!e F
i v .' nhrt John P. were nil Well played,
i w !son being n slight favorite. Oate-
i u i . thn winner, with John I', in the
ifter a bird race.
I ' iy' racing opentrt with a dnh of
ulong, for whli h ten went to tho
s. notiir Moirrll a the favorite,
'' 1 idle Nell next In demand, nnil lone
ncftlnot any of the othem Tflltus
b. lonl. r at the tirt, with Kftnfas
i t anrl Ifnrlln third. Kuneni Olrl
i"lc tl leiul ami lull It until near
i n h, nh.re Ilnrtln went to the front
I 'n Little- N:i wag Ihlnl and Sen
r Murr'll wan never In the hunt.
t'ie Kvon ! raff, nt live fiirloiiOT, for
i - trl-. Ma Waurner, opening at 6 to 1,
i indeil down to even money, Willi a
i nr play on Itlll I'owell, Mndonnnc
v Iden. i WU I'owell wag off ItrRt,
tin- fnorlto fe.-ond ahd Madonna
1 mil In this order they ran until
c Into the Ktreteh, where Powell quit
U icnor and M.idnnna eomlnu on, fln-
tiat and sei ond. wl'h Powell third
r iho third r.ife, at four and a half
:r, TUrd Dob-on wai made a pro-
i ! favorite, with .'onilderable play
1' k Lnfllnttton and tlre.n Prewltt,
-1 liobnon trot off H-iond, wlfh Dlek Laf.
ti -howlm; the vviiy, but the f.ivorite
" i run In her and TtnrKer did not neetn
' l to nuriv M r, ho sne quicKiy roll
' it On the bai k stretch Nellie fas-
' nt to the front and remained there
' " "nd )lfk IrfilHnirton hmiR on well
t-'t the pluee, with Green Prewltt
t -' only a head away.
i fourth ra'c wuh at neven furlonus
i ' M imui cirrled the htilk of the public
n i the Mcraffer'Mt li.u'kitlr their
h r henvllv Josephine nan not over
1 I by any mean, and fhe wa a
h'l-mtv played h eond choice, and ivery
h ' In the rai e found some frlendu, a It
w i i very open event. Josephine on the
r I ind Momuc on the oi' tilde trot oft' he.id
a 1 ) vl nnd ran like n team for three
i i'r- nheie Momui tired, lenvlnc Jo-
to en on nnd win Pony Boh tln-
I wry fast and unntehed tho place
tn Mnmiia In the last few- strides
Iwt rare waa t flic and a half
i .i and half a den of the nine M.irt-
w re well hackiM Jonn P (rot OIT In
t Hi Itarnev Aaron Hcoond and Oat-
1 rd. mil tlv run In 'thin order to
I i K Mr-'iii where Rn.miy Aaron
ii up mid riatowav. movlncr up fast.
u 'in ewn te-ms with John V anil
I tn out In the ln.t (Mvteenth hv hnlf
ii ih 111. Addle finished third and
u Kon and Suslo p. were not heard
i ii "Six furloncc. K C Mi Clell-
II ml n, lir. b. , Jooulta Knuna Me.
" i'ii. I" to 1 won. Kiinxas (llrl, IS
to tm 1. Heennd, Little Nell IctUInrt).
i third Time. 1 17 Karl B , fm-
Citllih Alplmhet, Senator Mor-
i ' Itilllui aim ran,
' I rue Plw furlongs. A (' Me-
i l.tn W Agner, b f , W.iKner
I i, ? (Kein even, -nn: Maidonna,
i I't-f-rl, i to 1, sreond, nil t Powell,
in Oimpl, -I U 1 third. Time, 1 OVi.
Thayer. rra. S , Wlni-hearer,
Kern ii ni l:idenrc alo ran
l rare-Four and a -half fiirlonsft.
Hhodw' Nelli. Onteel, CT. m.. a,
lliw Jr.-Smlle. im ri1re(-n to
' nick Lafflnston, 100 fKlIlott), 4 to
l thlri. Time, 0 57 Ben Harrison.
1 I Tie. Kiratra Long, Bird Dobson nnd
i '. rar e-St-ven fu.rIom, O N Sunv
, "lv b .mi 4- Joo.nl tarim.
'.nl 90 (Mawvn), 3 it 1, won- Pony
(Barker) . to 1, necnnd: MomiH,
," I.to 2. third. Tlmo. 1:31 Hllls-
I. .iteiUle, Defy and pollector also
,,Tor!'ni' tiif" way, br. .. B4,
iv Minnie H, 1119 (Hart). 4 to 1
1 'in r ,.3(T DavNI. 5to1. aeconJi
I 1 Javan. Mi ml. S LonKfelkim Beri
Iiarney Auron, Jr., and Snstt F,
I'l rT"e for To'ilny'D Ilacos.
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'' I'm. I.unmlale, jji
' 1-- .lis; Virgin. Ill
, i.UMi, JU, lillly Bunder.
r . I; raw Kive-tlBhthK of a tlllta' sell.
I 'idiom KB Pasco, m-: B'toiiJ
!' nienn U-. Pearlle' M,l ,, s Jl2jor
' i,'11-. ( m"'iw'- Monte!! l.. lu-i-
'"V.,,'l,1li. 'f ''"vl rur.Ur. ir!
aw'sb. B ' ' JJonk Overton; tS:
Shh 1 ruHrl.ii! Jtai-e.,
Pi' (rTKnclwo. July JlThe flrat raaa
v 1111, an outmder, thetour otl-ir" hefn
' '' .'" ftivo,"I,--, "tor ran ev2S
,, ,".' Jn 1-1' owt'inB tha California
' "'., WeWv furloOjKi, tJttl Bib
,i Ike I. wcond; Idlfi, third. Time,
- "nd rar.riv furlong; J.yr.old.
1 !r i ' ra'-ix furlong. Jiruardo
m ' V'iK tevM- ec'l" nwiSr'tsfif.
I ii h racB Oiie mile. Kemu won; lioad
Ttii. r, seeond; Jtrowe S., third, Time.
Trottlm,- 4t loliiinlim, o,
r-3i, robun , O , July li-Jrb auuimgr meet-in--
jf the Colmabu. Bilvtaif park elo4
' ! irui-LIIIy Younn, firat; Conttllu M
, lEJjaonU, third TUn, llHi, j;
3 vt'irld" irot-Joktaa ftrat; Uwbv lrlB.
-1 Miono: L.irabit. third. Titan l.UM
i .'1 1 .ice-amtiMi Uq, flritj Valr Lillian
J" ond Tonuoy B.. tblrtl. 'Haw, t u'l
. 1 - lv-.
riittt.ii.yci r'tn tr at dUappointnifnt
Jc ii a Johnsos and Usrry Tyfir suitr
in me to i.rie ruce jonnuon wlnn'na 'n I
i v i kl)w time of .'!, i ,ti. hlf
n '. il J' ii-or. won n i . w n 1 n
( I U! I T - i ,
tfliieruui ii 1'at O i r, v J,, j.
Illlcli I'tiiilv Hill it ttbiiil Itilili
New Tork. July U-ln th DeMm Wave
Mk tt-dy nt rtnithtpn pwic. tti'te
wwa an Mflfm we the f Willi wnij
Ihiith P.nnj. and ttvnibvrfi1 Itood
roll.iwlmf fhe fl Ml wHth Pitny IiMilne
In the hd Sh- 'II i not hold It WM. for
Wernbern ami Huh Penny rtwt pwt hi-r,
inakinn the tlrnt quirt, r in twphty-foiir
-d. The two fta.l It out to M half
mile in fortV-elirht and onelf e.n.l.
whn wornbMu beftnn t" faltef, and no
they tiirwvl Irto the treri OU-wint
pa"! him and ehllenjret1 tltlirti Penny,
but the McOnfterty eeldin w Jw mm h
for thei dolt of recelver. mt.i tlttit ttii-y
nnlwhed In the font lime of 1 M-iiTherc
wan)iellent race 111 the eoimi bmvtsen
Iiltle Iiotntl. dhrtkenpefti-e nd Perci
They fan In that orkT to the hpWrtor the
Ktrvt, h. wJien Pptiipii made pNty for the
pel" At the hurt enhth he had Sfrnken
pue If'nten and then trie.) LIUI PotTttt
until he "itceewled In poklwr M heart
in front of the llw with Shwkeetwar half
n Iwiaxh behind, all ridden out. .tn tire
npemnit ii lionebrtilite wna the MVorile
and won In a Very hard drive with Ha
irtinfen we-otw. Apptetiae was the ohoi-e
In 'he third event and won easily, with
Ifcmtlmisette cecoml. The former waa he
lly bneked by hLa otvtter, Pltwbwg Phtl.
Plnit rare On mite; elltnff. Iil1lt
brt.lge. 110 ,loe.M). 8 to f. JvOBi
Wiurden, 101 (J. Knurnnl, 6 to U.ndl
Golden rate, tKeefe). 5) to I. third,
Time, 1-13'. IPtfnmle, ,Mi Insle, Milan
an 1 Inclhvnr nleo ran. ..
Second ra.plIve furliwr: eim. Per
seiw, 1 mmtlti), S to I. won; Little lr
rltt. 10 fRainlHonl, 4 to I. eeond; Shakea
peare. IDS (Lltttcfleldi, t to S,thlfd, Time,
1.03. Skyhluc, Hermitt and Rkalkaltoe bIm
TWnl ra-flix fnrlonjr, Applntiue, 103
iflrlinnl, 3 to I, won; nombnwtte, 1"0
(Keefei, 10 to 1, frefond, llanwell, lOJ (Doit
ptt). to 1, third Time, 1 tVj. JUticanlA.
Andrew, Buck. Knight, Iruh Pat and
Halllnoloe al ran, . . .
J-Vvurth rnef Ocean Wave (take; six fur
loiw. wintm Huirh Penny. H'7 (Kpiffi, a
to i. won, t)lveounil, 109 (TXreelO, 10 to I.
apfond; Wernbers, 111 (Tarol), 2 to 1, third.
Time, l Wt Pnnnle Ixiute nlw ran.
nrth rneone mile, Mr T3!t,mia, IL i
(tteilf), 3 to 1, wnn, Rey IM tMrreres. 14
(Tiral), :i to I, nocond, SlonenielHe. IIS
AVvnn), tOO lo 1, third. Time, 1.41'i. Oold
hyllrtr alFO ran ... ..
HJicth race on mile nnd a furlonff! sell-Ink-
MtMWi I' (OrllHn). 7 to 6, w-oiii
Little Tarn, 107 (l'enn), f. to I, srjmtrii WJKle
Blnl, lis cnaral). 3 to B, thlril. Time, IU1614.
Lew Moore ulj ran.
A Inner nt St. I.ouls.
St. LouK Mo , July 12 Toot and cloudy
veather attrsi ted 2,0") people to Pair Aaao
elatloti park to-day, where a fnlr card vww
presented Track fast. The event of the
day wan the fifth race.a htndlrap. in which
Linda was tho "good thing" and Llnel
wax well baeked at S to . LUelff and
Amelia May did the runnlnir nnd closed
an exiltinif flnlah one, two Linda was a,
poor third. The dump of the day was lit
tho fourth rae, when Mercurv, a 1 to 2
idiot, heavily played, wan beaten by Bra
7.0. at 3 to 1 Mercury wit" ( onsldereii a
pure winner and carried a lot of money at
odda-on In the tlr-t race tlnilty threw
Jockey J. Thornton. Injuring him so badly
that he may die. In the in ond mco Tur
l.lvtlle wnt thrown from Judge Pubose, but
not seriously Injure.!. Summarlea:
Plrst race Selling: ulx forlongu. Issle
O., C to B. won: Charles P.. 6 to , second;
Hart Wallace, 10 to 1, third Time. 1 IB.
Kecon.l nice Pour ami one-half furlontrs!
selling William Duke, Jr , 7 to ii. won:
Surcingle, 30 to 1, ocond; A. H. C . 60 to 1,
third. Time. 0 Soy,.
Third race Sl nnd one-half furlongs;
for 3-year-oldn. Imp. Star Huby, S to 1,
won: M.ignot, C to 5, second; Imp. Vigor, lo
to 1. third, 'rime, 1-21.
fourth race One mile BniKos. 3 to 1,
won; Mercury. 1 to 2, second, Viola Knlclit,
20 to 1, third. Time, 1:131,.
riftli race One mile; handicap. Llselg,
G to B, won: Amelia Mav. 7 to 1, second;
Linda, S to 5, thlid Time, LIP,.
tlus, i i'lntlics at MludK.ir.
Detroit, Mich, July 12 Big fields, eloc
llnishes and mi.uph were the order at
Windsor to-day. Itesults:
2 35 trotting. Volunteer won fifth, sltth
nnd boventh heats. Time, 2.21'a, 2.22,J,
2 i2H Augnsttnn A. won third nnd fouith
heats In 2.22U, 2.i-j. Jlcssle Albatros won
tlrst heat In 2.23'n Vasher won second
heat In 2 22'3 Major llddy. Harry. Con
tention, Harry Pavls, Queen Oertrude, De
corum and St. fleorge nlso started
2 10 twice Bessie B won fourth. Ilfth nnd
sixth heats. Time, 2:17y4. 2 1SU, 2:K. Bel
mont Prince won second and third heats
in 2 14U, 2-l.Vi. N'ellle llooki r won first
heat In 2 12".. Jnck the Hipper, American
T-arly, Peter Cooper. Quaker Iv , Jeff Iavls,
Hairy Lvnn Wilkes, Belle T, Cilcnn Mack,
CJHdemont and Kellie Bruie also tnrted.
2 2") trot. Hairy ft. won (list, second and.
Ilfth heat. Time. 2 17'4. 2 IS. 2:19V Sweet
Child won third heat in 2 in. Don Lord
won fourth heat In 2 1'i Wanda, Fannie
S., Joo V Thornton, Bohemian Ilov, Sar
nnae, Orimsey Olrl. Clara S. Novice, Nora
L.. Neta Hull, Dirk Mitchell, Elsonor and
Plora Belle also started.
MMnnem nt CHhlcy.
Cincinnati, O. July 12. -There was a good
attendance and six good rates at Oakley
to-day, and first choices and non-favorites
equally divided the honor Thorpe and
Perkins each rode two "wlnmrs. Trlnce
Karl, the fayorito In the handicap, was
evidently sore. He finished lust. Sum
maries: Flr.t race Selling; j.x furlongs. The
Winner, 8 to f.. won; Sir Pllke, 7 to 2 sec
ond. Hondo, 10 to 1, third. Time, P15H
Second race Purhe: seven furlong Sissy
Knott, 4 to 1, won; Minnie Bnxu-i. 4 to f,
se.ond: Noah. H to 1, thlid. Time. 1 "1
Third race Purse; five and one-half fur.
longs. Montleth, 4 to 1. won; Sidkel, 6 to
1, seiond; Frances, to 0, 'third. Time,
Fourth race Handicap: one and three
sixteenths mites. Voorhies, 8 to J. won;
Crevasse. 5 to 1, second, Ray S , 3 to 1,
third. Time, 2 02i
Fifth race Belling; one mile. Captain
Drane, 0 to 10, won; Penbodv, I to 1, sec
ond; Oakley, 7 to third. Time, l:4l.
Sixth race Selling; seven furlongs,
Strathrol. 2 to I, won; (Irannan, 3 to 1,
second; Uuctor, 0 to 1, third. Time, l.JS.
Winners at nilluuukee.
Milwaukee, July 12 The b M race of the
day was the last, in which Freddie L, T.
won after a llnish that was haul from the
front of the stietch. Hook also won a good
race from Ril John Attendailio, I.SiUO
Fi -it racegiven fuilong Outgo. 107
(Irving), 8 to 1. won; Weola, 107 (Freemnm,
fi to 5, -eond Pnclc Iihvo, 112 (L Oates).
20 to 1, third Time. 1 31 '
Second rnei--FIe furlongs Buttress, 104
iShetrln). JO to 1. vw,n Oldman, 104 (Mc.
Kiilghtl, 6 to 1, . 1 nd Sir Archer, 107
(Kennedy), 8 to 1 thirl Tim. 1 01
Thlid ire Stvn and a half furlongs.
Kaldlvar. Ill (J. Hill,. - to 2, won: Anna
.Mays, in? (lrvlngi. ; to 10 second: Sir
1 jeiirge, 114 (K, Coi hran), 10 to 1, third.
Fourth ra.eKlx fuilongx. The Book 102
ulyle), 8 to 5, won; Ued John 1U0 fj (fill,
-' '". l-.T',on'Lu'u'n Wr.11. 103 (Irvjiiu), i,
to 1, third Time. 1 15.
Fifth race One mil and iwnuy sards.
Freddie L T US (Magniisom, ." to 1 won:
Fakir 100 J J Hill) i to 1 v,,un-(, Kl Heng
1 (.&! Knight). 3 to 1, tl.lid, Time. l..
Itnem nt Lawrniirr, Kf.
liwrence, Kaj., July 1? -(Special.) Baceg
wer held at the Lawrence Driving park
track w fterday aft. n.oon that rr jkh."
poneil frunl ihr flourfh of Jul), ,m a4,'.Jlmt
of the bl(f rln Jn the 3 il imi or iT,
there ere four ei iii.s an.l t td.eiv.ia
won by May Pav Tho b.st Um. wa 1 iu.
for the third half uue heat
. Th.J5T,y.ar'0' i ,ro' Ha on hv l'l,ni..m
Lou Wtlk in 1 there beu.g thr. ,T ?
In the Pouglas county stalllui iJLe f,i
PclJ purse, 8t L.imhrt 411 1 v.i n -Claim
were ntered The ra'c m, u, j
J&itfflSIJ? tbree HrB""" "" -l
TJr were two running ra. . s, th, rst
won by HOxie. and the other r.v i,-,
inTh.t. T!ee er !i adr, ,.i.,j , ,j
1 1 1
Cleans u nt l-uitliig.
Lankily. Mkb, July 1,'-Thu was the
timing ot the Leucine Dnvlng t'lub
ttting The lr , iu.i preiSnt in-
Uolpitd a good race in the fret-for-gll
miaii.i t wen the . nij strttttrs
. paiing Adam won In straight heats
Vmgt .. fit- 2 : M.jor c. mil? .",.
d Boy. M4-1 m foliard. Donm c, KS.
dulunv and MU' Lo'iue Uo nari-ii
3 trottlng-CUra T woi st1,iiUlhlrd
an fourth heatg. Tluie-2 , 2 jt. . j 3iL
Alit WVr! " nr!,t beat in iJ Coik
)VJk5i Momum. Eddy, Olmtd MW
d Mrnct(4 also- started.
,ilC'or-gll-Dnd Jim won In straight
Wts from Ryland T Time-.' I7fl3.
.lack lleuipx) In lt.nl Miaijc.
Van-ouver, U C, July -ja k D mo
fy. toe jk-championhlji pudi'i,i u-Tt
through th city to-dy tn .o. ,',. . ,f
land, whsia b will rid it, n , flt ,
JJWPSfey U a physical wrtck at , .,,kV j,
tha.iah h hj but .. hnr7 7.. 'f's J
During th journey he fainted r,JOt
w... r, khv vui igr isf prcsn
do tor traveling on (he unit
iiiitui ne would nav
I nipsi . 1 a 1 to be currlc I fr
"HI his 1 j
cui j , jral cun.mt .
n flri A J Weiftm. wflit
mvond. nd Tyler, ncfaterl, tltlf
LOST BY A SINGLE RUN,
tin i.s iti;.ii: in tiii:rntnMi.:ti;cr
mi! i:itn: at tiiuitoir.
M inning' .Men I'might Hard to Win tho
(Mine Hut In Hie Mnt Ii Imlhtinp-
nil Drop a llimc-
Otln r (liiine.
Detroit. Mich., July ll.-(ppeclnl ) The
U". ivrrlnes pjnyed ball ngslnst both the
wind and the Cowboy to-day, 11ml beat
them both, tt wm one ef the mot excit
ing games of the season ami the tfiv peo
ple present shWed their appreciation of
the i lever work done by liolh learns by
remaining unlit f .13 ami howling deliriously
even time somethtns; worth yelling nbout
wax done, except when It threatened to
defeit the home players. The wind blew
In strong glut from the net, ralrlttg
great 1 loud of dtlil and deflecting the
ball appreciably, Twice Strouthers ham
mer. I the ball Into the wind for a home
run over the west fence, and twice old
Borea wafted It back until It fell within
the fmce. Twice Hlhes, for the Cowboj.
pent ihe hall between the while posts on
the seme side of the lot and both time the
ga. died awa ami ftll.nvcd the batter to
aecomp!lh his fell design In spite uf the
wind, ami In spite of the fathomless pitch
ing and perfect holding of the Cowboys,
the Detroit team w tested a biory from
Its opponents Hobby Cla.vle was the most
important factor in the reult His pitch
ing was as smooth as the pavement In
front of nn alderman's house and when It
enme to shnrp Infleldlng Bobby was everv
where inside the diamond at once. He got
no ls than five nsslsts and one put out to
his ircdlt, besides holding the Cowbovs
down to eleven llts. The tlnlsh In the
ninth inning, when both trains were light
ing over the run needed to tie the game a
If It were a matter of llfp nnd death,
showe.l that neither the Wolvetltie nor
the Cowboys are nllilcted with any consti
tutional lack of ginger.
All. It. IB SB. PO. A H
Nkiholsion, 2b,. ,.R 2 0 2 3 2
Newman, c. f....,4 1 1 1 11 0
Dungan, 1, f 5 0 3 0 0 n 0
Cainpau, r. f 3 (i o 0 3 1 n
llflymond, 3b.. ..I ' 0 0 0 1 1 1
OllW. as 3 0 0 t) 3 fi 0
Slromtheni, lb.. ..I 1 2 0 II 2 0
Tw-ltifham. e., ..3100200
Cinylo. p 1 1 2 0 1 7 3
'!Vtal8 88 6 1! 1 27 20
All. It. IH. SI1. PO. A
Manning, 2b r.
Iiergein, c I
rvinn.-iiiRiht'in, Ms 4
Hlnes, r. f I
Nichols, c. f.
Hernon, 1. t.
Daniel, p., .
Kllng, p.. ..
Tmnl 38 5 11 1 27 5 1
Kling batted for Daniels In last Inning.
S' ore by innings:
Detroit 0 0 0 1 0 0 3 0 2 G
Kansas City 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 23
Humid runs Detroit, 4; Kansn City, 3.
Two base hits New-mnn.Hlnes 2, Strouth
cr .', Nicholson.
Home run Nichols.
Double plays Connaughton and Klu
innn; I'niyle. tiillen and Stroutliers, 2.GI1
len. Nli holson and Stiouthers; C.imp.itigh
Slunk out Ity Cinyle, Daniels, Hernori;
bv Daniels, Twlneham, 2; Campiugh, Nich
olson, Newman, Raymond, allien, Strouth
ers. Left on buses Detroit, C; Kansas City, 6.
First bae on error Kansas, City, 2.
Mit-tiru I .ague Mnndluc.
. ., .. Won. Lot. P. C
Indianapolis , SS 22 RXi
Detroit 33 27 rr.i
Kansds City 31 2S .Its
Milwaukee 32 30 M6
St Paul 32 30 61fi
Minn, apoll as 35 128
eirand llapids 28 31 4fl
Terre Haute 23 35 07
Term llllllte, 7! Mllliillllli'c. I,
Terre Haute, Ind , July 12. Score:
R I' R
Trre Haute ....0 0 S 2 1 0 0 1 07 11 3
Milwaukee .10 0 12 0 0 0 01 11 ,1
Battertrs Ooar and Roach; Stephens and
St. Paul, ITttiniild Itiiilils, 1 .
Urand Baplds, Mich., July 12. Score:
R H E
Orand Rapids 320000. Tl 312 18 11
St. Paul I) 2 0 R 0 0 0 1 -17 16 2
Batteries Stafford and Campbell, Jones,
Johnson and Boyle,
MtuiiriipulK ill ImllimipiilK ,".
Indianapolis, Ind., July 12. Score:
Indianapolis ..01 010021 0 T. S
Minneapolis ..12001110 fi 11 5
Battel ies Fisher and McFarland: l'raser
National Lenguo Mantling.
Baltimore 35 22
Pittsburg , 40 27
Boston 3t 23
Chicago 40 SO
Cincinnati 38 27
Cleveland 3S 30
Philadelphia 33 2R
Brooklyn 32 30
New York 31 31
Washington 23 a".
St, Louis 23 41
Louisville , 13 49
fit. I.ouls O; Philadelphia, I.
8t. Louis. Mo,, Julv 12 The Browns
mopped up the earth with the Phillies to
day in a game that was Interesting and ut
limes r getting. Breltensteln'i. marvelous
pitching kept tho visitors guessing, so that
they were completely at dea. Attendance,
st iuis 0 0 a 0 0 n 3 c -j "
Philadelphia .01 11 00000 01 11
liiu'Hk'S St. Louis, Breitensteln nnd
Miller; Philadelphia, Lnmpe and Buckley.
Louisville, 1: 111, -ton, 1,
Louisville, Ky July 13 The Colonel
kept up their brilliant playing to-day and
Botou narrowly escaped a hut-out The
tlrldlns of Collins ami Duffy was of the
sensational order. Attendance, 2.300. Score:
Louisville 00030100 ft j 7 ''n
Boston , .0 0 0 10 0 0 0 01 10 Z
rtatteri. Louisville, Warner and Wey
liing; Boston, Tenney and Sexton.
fenntlirru I eugnii (lame,
RvansviH". Ind, July 12 Score; Hvnna
Ille. . tlaniu, U
Ltitle Bo. k. Ark, July 12 Score: Plrst
gaiiic-Liule Ruck, 12: .Montgomery. S. Sec.
on1 game Llitli Ro. k. in- Mongomery, 0.
Nashville Term. July 1.'. Score: Nash
ville, I; Chat'inonga, 1.
Weill ru f.Mu l.itiiMi f; imrii.
I. in-., in N. 1. , J,.lv u ri ir. Lincoln, 3.
I s l ) 1 - '1
It "' ' I 1 ' I 1 v ii -T e umnre gave
THE LARCE5T PIECE
OF GOOD I03ACCO
nu 5010 fo, 10 ClMirFJs
to-dny's game lo llockford. 0 to 0. Jack
sonville leaving the Held nt the end of
the ninth Inning, bcaus. of n ruling that
it ball hit ttmlcr the fence and blocked
wa not n home run 1.
Pterin, III., July lJ.-Pcorc: Peorln, 0;
St. Joseph. Mo, July 12 -Score; St, Jo
seph, 6; Omnha, 0.
FAST TIME ATASBURY PARK,
Kddle Bald Mini the llulf Jtle National
t'hnmpliiiislilp After an lltered
Ingly licit Rare.
Asbttry Park, N". J., July !:Tii! wna
nil Ideal day for bulling, ami the sud
den, change from the depressed wenther of
yestertlay was thorough!) enjo)ed by the
army of wheeler's who own seven-eighths
of thl town. The ittlendance during tho
trial hetits nt the athletic grounds this
morning numbered 3.000. There were sev
tral spill during the morning, but the
mot serious one was the fall of I. D.
White, on the stretch in the best heat
of the half mile nntlonul hnrsllrap cham
pionship for classes A nnd II He was
curried on a stretcher to the hospital ten,
but wa nble to mount his wheel again in
the afternoon and won a heat In the one
mile open race.
The event of the dn was thnt of the
hnlf mile national championship, open
alike to elats A and B men. An unuU8ily
large Held of entriM was disposed of
enrougn n teuton series or trial nenis.
When the final heat wa called the four
to line were Bald, McDonald, Murphy and
LHUo Zelgler, the latter nil bandaged nrter
hi fnll of yesterday nnd pnsentlng a
sorry spectacle. Bald took the lead In tho
Mart, followed by Murphy, with Zeluler
and McDonald trailing. In the nnlsh Bald
set the pace, McDonald alongside, nnd Just
nt the tune the latter made a nhciioinonnl
Jump anil lar.'led ahead of Bold over the
tape. The audience cheered McDonald, but
the Judge cave the decision to Bald.
The two-third mile open, cla B, event
was a six man nffalr, Bald, (lardlner, Mur
phy, Porter, Cottlter and Jenny rpiallf)ing.
Hnd had the poll and 111 the start took
the bad. InMhe back stretch of tho last
lap Murphy climbed to the front nnd nt
the turn still hart the lend, with Raid aid
Oardlner nbrensL Bnld cut for the home
nnd rime in nn easy winner. Murphy a
length behind and Porter hanging on.
Fifteen men iilinlilled for the Until of the
two mile special, cln II. handicap, but
thee Included none of Ihe crack ew-ept
Coulter nnd .1ohnon. In the prorelotial
mile event, handicap. Conn. B.iker and
flllvle made their first iippearatue us
prors, nnd as thev entered lato in tne
came, had to go back to the scratch.
Silvio gave up In the second lap. but Ba
ker made n game light until almost the
finish, nnd then 1 roed the titpo sitting
up. Stewart, who started from the i'o
ud mark, nnd had been snvlng himself
thiough tho race, jumped for the lead and
at the end won by a length.
The best time of the day wns made In
one of tho clas A event, the one mile
open, when little Tom Butler won In 2 m.
Thl Is n track rccoid for 11 race. The
Heilo nu.til team, In a mile rate against
Hint, did the distance In 1:50 3-5, while the
Syracuse team took 1.03 to cover the
The track record was broken three lime
to-dav Bald did It In .' u7 1-5. Dtirnberger
lowered It to 2.01, but it r tnalneil for the
only "Zlmmy" to further lower It. After
the last race on the programme had been
decided, Arthur August came out and was
greeted with cheer after 1 heer. He was
paced In his trial bv a quad. When he hnd
Unversed the llrsi third of 0 mile the
watches registered ."J 1-5 seconds. The
two-third mark was reached In 1:1s, and
he crossed the tape which mnrlted tho mile
In the excellent tlmn of 1.57 4-3 This
onlj four-llfths of a "econd slower tlinn
the fatest mile the 1 hamplon ever did,
and that wa accomplished on the Valo
dintne Seine, Paiis-
The expei is say that the track here Is
several seconds slower, nnd are loud In
their praise of Klmmeuniin' feat.
The meeting of the committees appoint
ed by the L A. an.l th.. Cvcle Hoard
of Trado ended to-night .Mr. Joeph Mc
Kee, of the Cycle hoard, In 11 n Interview
to-night, viid: "Th" tioard of trade has
lndored and ratified the ruIeH of the L.
A W. They alo have agreetl to take nn
Interest in Increasing the league's niem
bii"hlp. and think thev can double it with
in twelve month1- Thev nlso have In
dorsed professionalism under the jurisdic
tion of the L. A W and will encourage
professional r.ielncr Thl ngi cement goes
into effect lmmedl itely.
"In my opinion 1 1. II will be abolished
and professionalism will tnke Its place.
There villi be lint two clues amateurs,
a In class A as nt pres"nt, and profi's
Monals." Half mile national champlonrhlp. final.
H. C. Bald. Buffalo, first; Hay McDonald,
New York, second: Chniles Miimhv.HrnoK-
lyn, third. Otto 'clgler, San Jose, Cal
fourth Time, 1 21 1-5.
This was a splendid race, although slow
running time. The four men took It easy
for half tht distance and then McDonald
spurted nnd the other went after him.
At the tlnlsh the four vveie not twelve
Inches apart. Bald won by nbout nn inch.
Two mile handicap, class B, hpeoiil, final.
Fifteen men quilllled and all started.
Chniles A. Chun h. Chester. P.i.. 11(1 v.ir.K
llrst; Harlej Davidson. Bradford, 1.1) yniils,.
t.c uunii, .viome r-cou, I'lainuem, iu yards,
third: r. II. Allen, Springfield, HO jards,
fourth. Time. L.'3 2-5.
One mile, open, class A, final. Tom But
ler, Boston. tlrt; II. G. Winters. Ton.i
wanda. i-ee.ond H. P. Moshcr, Harlem,
thltd. Time. . OS. '
The IIisl ri'i of the afternon was the
ilnal of the half mile novice, class A. 11,
W. Swanbtough, Denver, tlist: Alvin B.
Wise, H.ulem, second; W. F. Hckhart,
Kojport, third Time, l.lfij-5.
Two-thirds of a mile, open; special class
A. final H. C Raid, Buffalo, tlrt: Charle
Murphy, Brookijn. second; A. W. Porter.
Waltham. third Time. 1 .11.
One mile handicap; class A, final W. A
Blown, Now ork, 00 yards, first: louis
Hunter, New Jersey Athletic Club.SO yards,
second, J. M Baldwin, Pnteison. Mi vards,
third: Charles M-'-ncer. Baltimore, SO yards,
fourth. Time, J 21 2-3. There weie four
One mile professional handicap Alva
Stewart. Rldlev park, 150 yards, tlrt;
Cieorge Cutter. Boston, CO yards, second;
Jay Baton, Kllstbeth, 60 voids, third; It.
II Rumford, Ch ster.Pa., 110 yards, fourth.
Time, 2.12 J-5.
Quad race agilnst time: one mile The
Rerlo quad team Messrs Callahan. Butler
McLeod and Ilaggerly, won. Time, ISO,;
the Sjracuse tern, Messrs. Senvey, rjlth
ens, Mayer am! Coburne, second. Time.
Kiinta 1 Ity How Hug Clnb.
At the weekly roll of the Kansas city
Bowling Club, held on the ('rand allevs
yesterday, C. W Taylor won the medal in
class A. with the big j.core of W.. w.
Smith was the wlnmr In class B. The
htrlkes. Spares. Total
17 8 ivr,
! 17 53)
0 14 fill
i 17 171
I It 153
C. W. Taylor ...
T. C Helf
W. II. NicJiol
H B. Farley ,
w. v. Baker ...
hirikwi. Spares, Total.
v. l. smith ...
n .1 Knott ...
.1 II. Hubbard .
('. M. Lewis .,
H. R. PcHierson
T. 11. Htron .
C. C Herman
(J. A. Nichols .
It U KV)
9 1.1 tui
! 12 Ml
H 8 .,l
'1 It 4W
7 S 411
S S Ul
For tlm Aimitiiir ( haiiipliiiiblp.
There will be the liveliest kind of ,1 set. to
this afternoon it Imposition purk at 3 30
o'lh.ik. Iietwei the Live Sto k Kxchange
and Swoltord Blot, team Both team, .ur,
an.liius to win, as the game will decide, In
a great measure, the championship of the
K-.'ieas Cit Amateur League. Swutford
Hr" have not lost .1 game, while the Live
SK'k Ilxch.ingt lost the Hist gume of the
ceasun Iwfore oirfaiiuatlon wit. complateil
The game will he well worth miIiw.
The following Is the correct batting or
der of each team:
Live Stock i:change-Haldwln, center
field Vaughn, second base, Shoemeyer,
bhortstop, Omit ttrt lust Sullivan thlid
base, Klnr.ev, catcher, Sl I'liidleni left
lield, Pleronuei, pitcher, Wnlte, right
Swofford Bro. Dry Ooodb Company
Wood, catcher: Ueurge. i.ght Held, Swift,
shortstop; Hale third bac , Oliver, pitch
er Sparr, second base; W Stephcuson.llrst
lase, Allbrlttan left Held, F Stiphenm.
'Um HrltUli 'Iimiii M'oii,
London, July !.' In the shooting at Bis
ley ti-d.iy for the KoLapon .up, the rlllo
turn rcpreoentug (ireat Brlt.in wun with
a ore of 038 10 61S for Cupula and r,
for Ouvriue)' .vt SOU and Mu jaidi, Hi In
d vldual nore of the Can.uliaxi marks
mwi were u f llowb
Ilovlllu, at i'H yard. 30, 5m) yaixlj in.
Mitchell 32. A). Ruwell. 31. 27. Mervwr SO &'-
CiiKiillai, TeiinU ( hainplciiidiip.
Niagara. July 12. The Ilnal In the All
Comers tingles of tha Canadian Tennli
Champlonshir. meet wa won by w. A.
Lamed, Middle tates chamt.lon; who dcU
fcated Foote, of Vale, In thiee straight
Lets to-day. '" '"'
The Models will play the Belmonts on
Sunday, at Seventh and Cliuwoorl The
batteries will bo Roscoe and Walker for
the Belmonts, and Wlngert und Kinney
for thci iloueu. Game called ut 2.J0 o'clock
RATE HORIZON AGAIN CLEAR,
Tli.XAS PACIIIU MATir.B PltOVLS TO
BR AN DILI; ItP.MOK.
Lines In tho Lone Mar State Perfeetly
Milling to Lngngo Inn War llnb
ern ItnuM nnd lluvton
Chicago, 111 , July 12. The renre of the
Western tend over the reported action of
tbr Texas Pnclfle In selling ticket from
Dallas to New York nt the round irlp rate
of JI0 25 has Iliirled out.
There was only one thing the matter
with the scare, nnd that was the fact that
theto wns 110 ground for It. The Texas
.t Paclllc reported to-day that It had sold
no such tickets and hail no Intention of
selling nny. Thl, of course, enlled on the
rule of JIB from Dnllis to St. Louis. While
tho trouble did not cause nhy open rupture
thl time. It It well knovwi that the lines
In Texa me ready to fight on tho slightest
pretext, nnd Hie Wisterti lines are watch
ing with great solicitude Anything that
looks like liotitile rrom thnt quarter.
The Boston terminal lines have taken no
tion that Is extremely Unpleasant lo the
Western lines, nnd such a will provoke a
long discussion nnd some dlfllculty If It Is
Huldly ndhcied to. They declared to-day
thnt on whatever Christian Lndenvor tick
els they evtctided the return limit It will
be extended only lo the gateways of the
Mestern roads, and not under any clicum
stances Into their lerrltotv.
This is contrary to nil the arrangements
of tho Mestern roads, and I bound to
cause them no end of nntinjnuce nnd
tumble chairman Caldwell, of the West
ern Lines Passenger Association, ha taken
up the matter with the Hoton terminal
lines, and limy secure a tevusul oi their
decision In the matter.
W. J. Miller hns been appointed general
pnsscnger agent of the I'ullmnti Pnlnce
car company, vice air. ()ra, deceased.
Mr. Miller has been tho assistant peneinl
passenger ngent of the toinnnny for the
last live years, nnd the appointment Is In
line of promotion.
A proposition was submitted to the West
ern roads to-day to niter their arinnge
lndtit for the solo of ticket lo the Orand
Army encampment nt Loulvllle In Not, cm
In r. It 1 now proposed that nil tho West
ern roads shall ndnpt the same dates of
Mile n those nrrnligcl for the Central
Traillc Association roiuls. Some roads are
member of both rtssoclatlon. and are
placed In nn nvvkwnrd situation by the 111
tnngemenls already made. It Is now pro
posed thnt tho Western roads sell ticket
from September S to 11 Inclusive good to
tetiirti to the oilglnnl point of Issue up to
nnd Including Octobei 1'. Instead of Septem
ber II to 25, 11s contemplated by tho ptesent
At the meeting of the Southwestern Traf
fic Assn. latlon to-dav, the question of Kites
and divisions coveting tratllc and from
jiiilnts in the republic of Mexico enmo tip.
The petition of the V-xlcnn lines for In
ri eased division south of Hlo Orundo
ciossings vva laid on the table.
In the matter of all rail rate to Mexico In
competition with ocean carriers via Tam
ptco and Vera Cruz, tt wns decided thnt
under the picent demotullzed condition
of rntes a committee iiinslstlng of tho rep
lesentutive of tho Mexican lines, and of
representatives or the Southwestern Traf
fic Association, shall have nbolutc Juris
diction over nil rates to the City of Mex
ico, Pueblo, and Pacliucn. Such rates are
to be made effective on legal notice by
unanimous agreement of the Joint commit,
tee. to be subsequently promulgated by
the noclatlon cbaltnian.
Cotton rates will bo considered to-morrow.
A Decision 1 hat May Lend to a Hid Balt
ronil ( ottiplicatltin.
New York, July 12. A Judgment 'has
been gianted In tho bupreme couit by
Judge Pattersorn overruling the Uemut
rer.s which were interposed to the com
plaint in the action brought by James M.
French to have the scheme for the re
organization of the Chicago, St. Paul &
K.tnsas City Hallway Company declared
Illegal and void.
French Is the owner of 100 first mortgage
bonds of the Chicago. St. Paul & Kansas
City Hallway Compnnv. an.l fifty llrst
mortgage bonds of the Minnesota & North
western Railway Company. Be brought
this action over a sear ago to have the
plan 101 tne reorganisation 111 inc ciuciiku,
St. Paul At Kansas City Bnilwaj Company
by the lease of the (.resit Western Rnll
wav Company and the substitution of the
stock of the Great Western Biilwny Com
pan tor the securities of the St. Paul
company, and of the Northwestern com
pany, adjudged Illegal and the lease de
ckued void. Detnuners vveie interposed
to the complaint upon the grounds that the
court had no Jurisdiction1, thnt the i-uit to
obnin' the relief demanded could only be
maintained by the tiustecs of the mort
gages, and that the complaint did not
rtute facts sulllclent to constitute u. cause
Judge Patterson overruled these demur
reis, holding that tho complaint does
state facts sufficient to on-tliute a cause
for action, and that Mr. French is en
titled to a Judgment overruling the de.
murrers, and giving leave to the defend
ant companies to withdraw the demutrer
and ansvver the complaint. If this Is not
done, then a Judgment be entered, declar
ing the scheme of reorgnnl? itlon Illegal
and void, and also the lease which wus ex
ecuted on .Tune 30, ls,2, between the Chi
cago, St. Paul S. Kansas City Railway
Cnmri.inv nnd the Chicago & Orc.it West
ern Railway Company, together with the
trust eteeels made with the Manhattan and
Metropolitan Trust Companies, nnd en
joining nny steps from being tnken under
the proposed plan of reorganization.
(Irani. .1 11 Hearing.
Washington, July 12. Tho Interstate
onmm.rce commission' granted a hearing
to-day to the representatives of the leeelv
er of the N.-w York, Lake Krle & West
ern Itatlroitl Company on their petition
for an 1 xiension of time. The matter wna
taken, under advisement,
IlUIi:t' 1TI3MS 1IY WIHIS.
Oakland, Cal , Julv 12 Mrs Maron A.
Cheek received ,1 tehgram tn-dav nnuoiinc
ins the ijeiih of her husband In t-l im
Cheek vvnt from North Cirollnn to Slam
us 11 missionary twent.v-two .,us nuo, and
rose in powu and w.alth until at the time
uf Ills death he wan one of the most In
timate cuunselots. of tin Siamese king. ,
Chicago, July 12-H. M St.rnb.rg, who
was shot by Charles Gorman, the robber,
whlln the latter was attempting to escape
from the police M0rnl.1v night, died at
St. Luke's hospital to-dii) Stiinbirg was
In the ciovvd watching the robber, and
was Ktnuk by n bullet alined at a police
man. Just In lore the desperado was shot
dead at the tntinnie of the Auditorium.
Omaha. Neb., July li Th" Investigation
of tho olJD-."' of city comptroller was begun
itcwlny. During tho Investigation thu In
cumbent, Theodore Olsi 11. Is suspended
from olti e This is Indirectly thu remit
of the defalcation of City Tii.,tsurer H0II11,
tho claim iK-lng urgod lli.it Holln could not
huvcj taken et funds if the comptroller
liad done his duty
Washington July 12 In the pension ap
peal tusc of ti, W. Keith, of Rhode Island,
who was wounded in the light foot and
whons right kg was amputated December
21, USO, AwiUlunt Secretnry Rej nobis, of
the intviior dep.irinu nt, holds that the
noldler was entitled to 113 11 mouth from
the date of the amputation, regurdleba of
the date ot mullcal examination
Clinton, Mo. July 1.' -(Special.) Shei'lft
Bennett arrested it ti.unp Item to-day who
gave his name, us H. (' Smith lie Is
wun tail for thu muidir of Harry Stand
toid at Nevada, July 10. Smith Niya ho
had an altercation with Stand ford over
mime piHtoU and tut htm In thu aim. He
lrti Nevada Immediately and was. uty
time li surprised when told uf thu diath
ot Hinudfurd fiom this rut.
Washington, July 1.' Reports received
by thu surgeon general ut the marine hos
pital scrvbe du not i onlinil thu iiniillli I il
statements cone rnlug the prevalent e of
c-hulcra to any alarming extent tn Japan,
The reports come li mull and urn to the
effect thai up lo the 12th of June (lui.i had
been no cases ut Nugeai and none at Yo
koluima, up to April JW. Thuru had been
lltK'iti eases at Osaka und 1 llano together
up to June 15.
Arkaias City, Kan., July 12 (Hpociul.)
The Arkansas und Walnut rlWTH are pup
Idly rising and Iho vullvys arc thrcatend
Iwth uri uvejltcnw, Th Iwei iluvu' stwaely
liUn hus nsdiire.1 Uic aim crop In thu Ar
kunuut vulli-)' Th m rgc Is tho largest
that li.es beun planted In the h toil of
the county The Jul) rains huvci made
thoui.in 1 of dolluru for Cowley county
farmers, ami th business men of Arkansas
(M nn, ulivudy epc-rlnielni4 a. ruvlval of
New Yoik, July 12 The sail ho'it Rich,
aid K Fox. Captain McCaUuiu. which left
this poit on June 13, bound for Queens
town, wus tpeken on the nlwht of July 9,
in latitude 1121. longitude f,'J2j, b52 miles
east of Sandy Hook, by the North German
Lloid steumer W'ltieiiKlnd, which arrived
to-uuy from lire-men Captuln Cuppers, of
the W'Jtlenkluel. hailed the skipper, who
reported all well A fresh uouthv, est
breeze wua blow in? at tho tliat.
v L H
ie't A m cctt.ne retv
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2 tou a.i
t L,oi..tr., . WjJ t rt ts 4. ,1 j. rt Tnurouuituu ui ijuiui h
W frtthrmul. Aft.'" t .t s.e .iiir Ottttttcr, .inJ buy thec gtatjitt ..rv.fi. j
W CLUIiTT. COON & CO., Maker. rctorles,Troy. N.Y. ig
OF INTEREST TO STOCKMEN,
i:poit r thadi; is hoop roit
Tills 'll.M 11 OP lUAH.
tshlpuient of Sheep ami (Jmirter of Beef
to Foreign Lund Lngir Thau 11 Year
Ago 1'nni) Ciillli. From .Ml-
sourl nt Hie Yards,
Considering Hint this li tho time ot
yenr for light consumption of meats
unci vegetables nnd fruits are given a
more prominent place on the tnblo, the
export Intcle in eattlo nnd sheep nnd
ftesh leef ig keeping up very well. The
clearances fiom the Atlantic pott.t for
tlie week ending; July 7 were S.0C1 cattle,
Clll Bliee-p nnd 1(5,011 quarters of bcof,
against 10,321 cattle, 3,l!.17 cheep nnd
11,020 quarters of beef for the corre
siHjinllnfr week last yenr.
There were several lots of fancy cattle
litre jested tiny and Missouri claimed
them. David Kirk, of Cnbs county. Mo.,
brought In fotty choice expott hteets
that averaged 1.5SI pouiuIr und were
smooth nnil fat. Thev were sold i,v
Noel : Tltsvvorth nt J5.G3, tho liighest
pi Ice of the- eliiy.
The same lirm nlso hnd In seventeen
lighter steers, but royal bullocks ftotn
r. J. Powell, of Lafayette county, .Mo.
Uhey averaged 1.S2J pound and were
sold at $3.13. antmnn took both lots
for the extjort trade.
B. W. Ceverdon, lirookvllle, Kas was
here e.terelay with cattle.
Thompson .t Heed, P.toll, I. T had In
II. Jones .i Co., Henttle, Kn., came In
yesteiMny with cattle and hogs.
Stephens .v Proctor. Hraymcr, llo
were In )cntetd.iy with sheep.
L. A. Smith, Slater, JIo had In hogs
S. L. William?, Purcell, I. T came in
with eattlo jesterday.
J. P. Greer, Aullvillo, Mo., wits at the
yards yesterday with cattle. Ho leporls
cattle and hog short In Lafayette coun
ty: grass and coin line.
J. T. Ilensley, Bates county, Mo., wns
hope yesterday. He says cattle und
hogt, ait In lighter supply In his county
than last ean
S. Solt, lint ties, Kns., was In with feed
ers yesteiday. ,
fi. 15. Klnyon, Xeodesha, Kns., was at
the yartW yesterday with cattle.
William Price, Richards, Kns, had in
Lsaue Horner, Atchison, ICns., was hero
yc.ienl.ty with hogs.
W. YV. Stcpp. Lancaster. Kns.. hnd In
W. M. Shennan, Sallnj, Kns., wns here
)eterday with cattle. He say the
damage' by tlio Smoky river was ex
aggerated and that tho loss will not be
near so large as reported.
B. S. Dunbar, Pnxlco, Kas., came in
yesterday with cattle.
S. Connelly, Lobo, Kas., was nt the
yatds yestetdny with some good feeders.
Joe Kossillion, Olpe, Kas., hnd In cat
tle and hogs jestetday.
A. Skelton. Long Island. Kas., came in
yesterday iwith cattle and hog.
12 Bunker, Otego, Kas., wat here yes
terday with cattle.
Rev. Charles B. Mitchell, D. D , will
preach In the Gland Avenue Methodist
Lpiscopnl chinch In the morning on "lmi
tntois In the evening he will deliver
an udili ess entitled, "A Horseback Rldo to
Bethlehem and Nazareth."
At the Fust Christian church, Rev. W.
F. Richnrdon pastor, will preach In the
morning on "The Powers of the World to
Come." Hi evening topic will be, "A Flea
for the Brute."
At the Summit Street Methodist Bplsco
pal church. Rev. Dr. It. T. Smith, the pna.
tor, win pieticn in tno evening, tiev. ii,
P White, superintendent of city missions,
will jit each In the morning.
Rev. .1. A. P. McGnw, pustor of the Lln
wnod Pieshyterlnn church, will preach both
morning and evening In that church. His
moiuiug topic will be, "Death Not a Los.,
but 11 Gain to the Chit-dlnn." In the even
ing his sublet t will be, "What Shall I Do
R.-v. Di. Borneo C. Stonton will pleach
In the morning in the Flist Presbyterian
church, cotnet 01 Tenth street nnil Forest
avenue', on "Spit it mil LesiotiB Studied on
tho Summit of Pike's Peak." Ills ovenlng
subject will be, "Chtlsfs Habit of Solltaty
At tho Western Church of Chilst (Scien
tist in the aiidltotlum of tho Y. M. C. A.
building, corner of Ninth und Locust
stleels, seniles will bu held at 11 o'clock
At tho Olivet church, corner of Nine,
tee-nth strc t nnd Woodland avenun, tho
titistrir. Ttev. Holiei t L Lav Held, will nreach
both morning und evening. Morning sub
ject. Something Sweet," evening subject,
"A Plain Sermon to the Undecided."
At tho First Fnlvermllst church, No 1210
Fast Ninth slieet. sirvlces will be held nt
11 a. m., londucted by I J, A. Chace, of tho
Young People's Clulsllaii Dillon Sunday
school, at In o'clock. ..,..
ai tlm S'likt Cliitith of Liberal Christian
Scientists, No 10PI Grand avenue, regular
services will uo utiei 111 11 11. m. oy -urs.
S 12. Hlmendoiph minister.
At the SUth Wurd Methodist Church
mission, No S1J Intlependeme avenue, Rev.
J. P. Dew will lecture on "Law, Order and
Justice," at h o'clock p. 111. A twenty
minute song service will precede tho even.
Rev. J. W. Love. D. P.. of St. Paul's Re.
formed church, No. JCifl Central street,
will conduct services nt 11 a. m. ami S
p. m Morning biibject, "The Miraculous
Draft of Fishes and Iih Lessons lor l's;"
evening. "(lod'. Loving Kindness,"
Rev. L'arle Willie), of Minerva, O., Is ut
his home In Westport on it visit, and will
preach at ihe West Side) Christian church,
mmer of Twentieth and Penn stteets, jn
tho evening. Tho pastor will pi each In
th" morning, .
Tha pastor, Rev. K N, Allen, will nci upy
the pulpit of tha First Cumberland Pres.
hyleriiui church, corner of Thirteenth "nil
Dale stieets, ut 11 a, m. and will preach
on the- subject. "The Bible Is It tho Ju.
spired Word of God?" There will be no
pieu' IiIiik "it night.
At tho Westminster Presh) terlan church,
1 orper of Tenth and Central streets. Huv.
W. P. IUoiivc, O-.Ot will preach In the
nnil Plug ut 11 o'clock. Subject; "God's
Piebcuce tu tho Sanctuary."
At the Reformed Pieshyterlan church.
No. 17J3 Summit street, ut 11 a., in., tho
pastoFH subject will be, "Sabbath Sanctlli.
At the First Church of Christ (Scientist),
Pontes opera house. Tenth stieet and
Bioadway. services will be held at 11 a. m.
Thcio will bo pleaching by the pastor,
Ilov. John It Prawn, at the Ollvo Street
llnptl-d church both morning und evening.
Thu morning subject will be, "Privilege
and Bonshlp" und the evening subject will
be. "A Iiibllcal Kpitaph."
At the Children's Memorial Lutheran
church. Sixth street und Tracy avenue.
Rev. Frank D, Altman. pastor, will pi each
both morning nnd evening. Morning sub
ject, "Gladness of God's House:" evening
theme, "Shining Christians."
At the Hobeits mission. No, 10el Hast
Third Btieet there will bo Gospel meet
lugs tn the evening at 8 o clock, conducted
by Dr. 11. W. Schaufller.
At St, George's pro-cathedral, corner of
Troost and Lin wood avenueB, Right Rev.
r;. it mvwu. i- i-., uisnop, ana itev, &,
M Holden. dean, will hold the following .,; .'...r'sner, Marshall, Mo.. U at th.i I
services: Early communion at 7.30 a. m.; Hotel Vlctotia. " ' tnQ ,
Sunday school at 9 43 a. m.; morning William Brunswig, Einnoria is ,, a,. t
pra)er, litany and sermon at It a, m.s Hotel Vic loiia. ' -,1,nom " at tho Ir
evening prayer and sermon at 8 p. m.: the James Garvev st T ntc t. , ., .... P
musical portion, or the terUcci wlU U VluorU. n ' '" LouIs' ,3 at the UotM
nre Guaranteed Grinds
nmi tuny ho li.itt of 11 T.enttlnii
Deafer., dec ull .Shape nt
wt alwust ui want c' & '"? M
. .... . . , - r...i.L Air.tlilniK m.1...
rendercl by the esti J , holr of nv-n nnd
S'tvlce will be held In the Fifth Presby
terian church, corner of Twelfth sire'' t
and Brooklyn avenue, lioth morning nnl
evening by Rev, C. II. Uruce. pit"r lit
the morning he will deliver a. . rnt'iti on
"Presbyterlnnlsm," and also eplalti sotno
of the chntges brought against him in tho
recent trouble ot tho Second I'rosb) tcrlnti
FEDERATION GUN CLUBS.
step 'I illicit to Perfect ul'ililrnl Orgnnlrn
tltm of All Hunts 11 Cltv sluiiiti r.
An Importntii m. etlng of gun iluli men
and ehootci was held last nii,ht .it fhe
stote of It. S. BUIott Co. O. 31. Waltlen
presided and Chrl (lottlleb acted n scrc
tary. It wn decided that the fund of nbout
JS00, now In the hands of trustees, be equal
ly divided among the six live gun club of
K.tnstis Cltv: The Kansas Clt)s, O. K.s,
1'orcMers, Washington Park, Slock Ynrelst
nnd Belt Lines. The fund wn on deposit
In tho National Bank of Kansas City nnd
only about 1M Is available at th" present
time. It was voted that thl should be
used to pay the deilcit or about that
amount In meeting the expense of the te
cent state tournament.
.1 1.. uumottc ottered a resolution provld-
universal favor nnd iho k"., q., ciiv n u-
Stock nnls ond Belt Line clubs, which
vveie represented nt tho meeting at onco
agreed to Join the proposed federation. Tho
V nshlngton Park ami rarest er clubs hnd
no representatives present, but there Is no
doubt but that they will also go in, A
temporary otgunlratlon was effected, with
G. M. Walden as president and Chris Gott
lieb as secretary. Secretary Gottlieb will
notiry each of the slv. club to i-edeet threo
representative and these will meet In tho
near future to make the organization per
manent. It I agreed that his federation
will bo a good thing for the Interests of
nil tho clubs.
"The Royal Baking Powder Is n cream)
etc tiinnr powcier or a tugli tlegrco of meilt.
uiiu noes uoe column citner nitim or phosH
phates, 01 uny injurious substances '
, "H. G. LOV12-. Ph D.,"
Lato U. S. Gov't Chemist.
-., ...iiHvur "livitn ,, IC-lMUllUII lieiVlll- 1 "
ing for the organization of the Knns.i
City l''eder.ition of Gun Club, to be a ecu- I 1
tr.tl organization, In which all the gun club Mi
aro to hiivo equal reptentit itlon, an I !,.
which will have direction and control ot till 1J
matters of general Interest to tho gnu 7jfl
club and the shooters. The Idea met win.
C....pf S.I.. . u I ,...
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.1. i.. -Mooio. ny 111 next frlrud L. W) ir
Mooic, Hied a suit in the clicnlt couit vesJ t
teidiiy lor damages to the amount ot J)3,0l'i 'c.
lor injuiie reeciveti wiuie illsmountlng f
Horn a 1 able car tit tho Ninth stieet iunc t
Hon on the toad ot the Kansas Cltv Cnblo,
rallioad. The uccldent hnnnened Jlov Ln.t
nnd he claims that ho was pcrniunentl)-!.
e:i tiijiieei. j
The litigation over the estate of tho late
A. L. Mason lenehed It vetv Until stnev.5f
yestei day when the deeds w ei e filed Cyj J
agreed upon, In tho compromise of thi su'Zj
In the ollice of the lecoidcr ot eleetls ProC i
eitj was deeded by Mis. Mnson to Mis
Dean, and Mrs. Dean to Mis. Mason. 1
Mis. Susie M. Cn'ey dcslius a dlvoril
tamo, who fanned out. he mndo sove,
strike, but Instead of striking the ball h (
took It out on his wife's head, to her an,
no)ancc and pain. He not only boat her,
with il litit. lui t- It ts nlletreiL he. itscrl .i4Mtn-
butcherknlto with awe-lnsplilng elfect, nUstii
Mr. I'ooai. nct.o fn- 1, n,c,.il.- rf . 1. Q ..'. r
i,. s..-s .. ..s, ,u. ...b su.i.l,,.j u. ...a UIH1C
3-) ear-old daughter, Mtty. in
An attachment suit was tiled In tho clr- si x el
uuii c-ueiiL jr'H-iiiiij n ,i,au, c .11 iaituu -.,
.t Klnley against tho W'umogo Lumber .Oxl
i ompnny, or ugiiiiiiiw, vtic, 10 smisiy it ti
noto given to the Indian Rico Milling Com- rIoj,iS
pany for f.,2,. which was afterwards sold to site
lilt: iitiiie.i iiiuiKiii! iiiu Mill lf Ultllii'1! ff i
enmnnm's bank iiccnunt ttt the MetrntmlU cla,l
Inn Vnllnnnl li.itilr wn iillfiche.il tn fillsft Calls'fl,,
the debt by Sheillf O'Neill )0sterdn) "'tli.ty.
Tno repoit ot .viessis. u. vv stnnnon. , ly
ejyrus i lane ana iienry ptiuuoenracn, rt rf-
onimendlng the action. Judge Dobson ye .v-i
terday admitted Alfred Fuller to the pia
lice or law. v inter cetmc co iv.iiiif.ih e,
several )eai uco and until tecently h i
nn ollice with John Sullivan In the N .
Yoik Life building, but Is now nssociut '
with .1 M. Orr as Orr & Fldler M
FIdler has made a wide reputation as an
expert In tnklng depositions.
In a petition tiled In the circuit court
veitnrdnv Mr, lsnbella Flt7tnorris hrlnir
suit for n divorce) from her husband, .lohn .ctac
J Fltz.morrl", n butcher living at 7nS Wash- .
ington streei, ono alleges nun-support j (
Deputy T'nlted Stntes Mnisbnl Bushy lire
lirought to the cltv yesterday a man named lt.
Holland, who wns arrested at Ijtunswlilc f 1
and ehaiged with falling to pioperty cnn. c !
eel rev. nue stamp on t Igai boxes. IIo ,'t,'
was discharged by Commissioner Penbod J
Post master I'l.tind In ti ( Istcm.
Mltin fn . Julv 12. (Sneclnl ) Mr Dan.
lel. poslninsler nt Lintitn. was founl'.
dead In the cistern at ni nous-, ana nst , '
had a laige stini of money on bis perv ,i 1
he Is believed to havo been murdered ,' '
. -- ) i
Indlnnnnolls. Tnd., July 12 Dan McLecl
tO'iUght def.vitetl llnptiste of St I.i .
In il wiestllng innt.il at RngllFh's ot. n
house, throwing his man easily 'Uhif.i liiu, j
In nn hour.
It does not annear thtt nnv Imltimr rr,,.
der, when presented In competition wPh
the Royal, either at the government tests
or before World's Fair Juries, has ever
received favor or awarel over the Royal op
mntle nn equal showing In purli), strength
P. Luce, New York, is ut the Cnntcs,
C. P. Stewart. Chicago. Is at the Contes.
J. N. Slgwoith, United State, army, is
at the Coat pk. '
Major J, I'. Do)lo, Columbus, is at tho
G. 12. Harttr, Daton, Is at the Contes.
C. 12. Dozlnr. St. Louis, Is ut tho Contes.
(!, 12. Gardner, Troy, Is at tho Coates.
J. A. L)ons, Cincinnati, Is ut tho Coates,
W. 12. Skinner, Fort Worth. Is at tho
C 1. McNalr, Little Falls, is at thn
S. D Lewis, Howard, Kas., is at the New
c. W. Shepherd, Jerlco, Mo., Is at the
H. L. Millard. Sterling, Kas,, is at th
A, W Anderson, Osage City, Kns., Is at
the New Albany,
T. R. Landrutn, Wavorly, Mo., Is at tho
J. G. Wallace mid wife, of Davcnnort
In nrnnl ll rnlrnnr,ll. SIlHIiutl,
N. H. Loomls and son, of Topeka, Kas
uro u the city, '
P. Peebles, of Sioux Cty, la., Is n th
Colonel 12. H. Brown, of Glrard, Kus.,
was in the city yesterday, ' """
Fd Bousell. of Lawrence. i.-nu .. .. ...
II,.. .-III. ic.lAr.liiv ' -- ' " in
A. Wugpner. a Topeka, Kas., lawyer
n tha city )esteiduy, ' """
Frank h. Brown, clerk of the- uppellat
court of Kansas, was In the city yester
vfc'toi'lard0n' "VCr' SI-' ls at tho Hotel
HeTVlcVor?1' S'" I'0"18' W" ' tho
thY'llotei vYeftorl'S: S'' JSeph' iio"
VietoJria.0, TrlnI'laiJ- CoI' '3 at the Hotel
Mel cod 'threw ItiiptUlc, t V.'
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