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THE KANSAS CITY JOUJRNAL, TJ1UKSDAY, AUGLST 8, 189a
TALENT GOT AN EVEN SPLIT
until i woiiiti.h Mini: in iiiom
Al till. It V( 1 M.MI.ItD.W.
I ,r iirprle of Ihe IMjr Wu Hip Defeat nf
inch I Mrk' as Hrnrqr Miller nml
clitiJtWIII by frcln It i Ion
heir w r six rfe at Kxpi Itlon P-ix-
i. s; f uk 'pfdav and tile taHtit manel
'.. 1l.iKil 1 even Wk H th dr. pleliln
w ii 'if In lh M wliH. The ur-
r , f.f (h day wn IK vletiirr df Vlrin
t ' 1 1 o at odds of Irt to 1. ilefpntlnit
1 'i 1 t Geofire MlltPf and Miujl-
K T rse hut very bat! look to
u i have follow ed closety th per-
'in - f the hores In It On Ttn lay
if. i nit in no better than second in
,i i Held, whllf jesterday she won
,i , rioii th best horse t the trnrk
1 t r inin im not trvimt on Tueaday
it ll ifae M'llcr and Schuylkill wr dead
f i , ij The apeeuiors if entitled to
f H r hi"iify and Ink? their choice.
i n'liinK favorites were Joulhernest
i tlist rice at even money; John Stew
,i in the fourth race at I to , and Roy
' x'h rice at fp money for the
I 1 1 r Akulilin was made ll strong
f i i- imins backed down from 2 to 1 to
c . n ti m v but the bed he could do vv a
r uk overtoil winning handily. In
( i rir. Bessie ter wan a pro
i) l c .rlt with Ben Wilson a strong
t ' I i nnd the ri'p was nltoether
- v. n t'ti pair. Ben Wilson winning very
I i i r llpjtr letser had led Into
h i h The fourth race inn ft match
b vv it-: year-old, John Stewart and
(' i . I, and th" former non all the
w-n l-cr the fifth race the public bft on
(i MllUr as a sure thine, hut the
' v 'ii. Virgin, won, with Alva seconii.
l'ir lnt rice Ilov was the favorllc,
w li i Nlchol" dl-o strongly p1al,
-i u -xrti ia,iti(r rrom start to flnlh
n ir iivvuimnx and a half fur-lorti.-
in 1 Smthirnpif n" made thn for
' r m I'm tart, on account of hT ood
f wir ' Iit Iat out. Jui StrailiN'
w l t iid by the M faffcrty following
ii I i lie! 1 at a ahnrt price t) th pn--.
link LaillnRton gut off In front,
,v I tin lion miond an 1 Soiithcinft
li i 1 I tllnatnn led to th yttPtoh, whTf
Jl T ur. I rmisht Soulhcrni't up, and in a
ii i- in i'h hp won by a n-"k from
Ii i r t ft) i rt in, With Lucv Dark third
1 r i -nonil riip Aluddln nan n hot
11 rt it i i null klv backd donn from
2 I i n moncx Thiri i a lonj? do
1 i " t"t and when the Held not auny
i: Un n is the U'ldor, nllh Impoit.im-o
K'rnn I ImpnTtawp at on" wrnt to the
frcnt a I U I until well Into the stretch,
M6t Monk QH'rton came out of the
1 in b 'h i iiih and won In half a
lcrtth n h Aluddln thud APiddln n.m
it off eral Hme or he nilRht hae
The tlilril t ice n at Fi fuilonc and
Jlcsle oit Max the faorlt", with a
'ronc iliy on lien llon and Ion Hob
Ben n i,o oil In front, but Ilesile
Yeler i-onn pa"eri blni and led to the
Hret h when nii llon eame on .ipaln,
Yind w m rv clevfrl Victor U. ia third
.in 1 Iim Hob tlnljliod b,uk In ihe rm k.
The f nnh rai e tt 1 m itcb helm en
John Ste irt and Cnmllle Ji. and proved
t Ij" in a thin?; for John Stenart, vvhleh
led all the wn mil ion eaxtlj.
Tor (be fifth me :it six. nnd a Irilf fm
letiK". (Itort'c AIIIIt wis the f.worlte, tit
Mlmcit prohibitive nld with Siliulklll the
f con 1 hoii-e and Kllie T the bit liked of
th outsller. VlrRln. a lonu shot, .it 1" to
cot .iiuj In front nnd a never henil'd,
ncDrce "Illh r rmiriliit- nn un lLcountibly
iwor l l , nnd btlnn be itui out for the
plT e bv Alva,
The iicth r.ne vv is at flvt furlonps ind
Jtov was made the favorite, with KesM
Nlt-hoi i WTriii econd i hoite bfliriff about
on oiiual b run with Hoj vvhen the llild
tvent to the post. Mclritvre sot Uo avv.iv
In fiout ind he In! from atari to llnlsh
v!nn ok In i dilve from Thurinan, vvhdh
xvax re on I nil the way. BesM1- NIchoW was
bird from the st.iil and tould not im
prove li r poMtlon
l"f ' lie- rive and i half fmlmiRS
3. Tor'tnn Hird . ouiberne'.t, b tn , I,
iiiberlun7i. Kiln. u-tbld, 107 (MoIntyTel,
ven won. Dirk l.alllnuton, fvi S' Wil
liam i I to 1, (.econd, l.m y Clark, 103 (J.
ImMBi " to J, third Time, 1 K. West
hiook, IKiy lion. John C, Oils Straub
and 1. 1 Urlppe also ran
Second r.ii.e Six furious". It, r Ilen
Fon Monk iiverton, eh. fr., a, SvntaA
1 'Jiel Kul (.Helm 1 to 1 won: Importance.
iri (I Iax), s to 3, necond Aladdin, f6
I'M In1i-e). evfn, thlid Time, I 1S'i
Slint'lla, illie Uue, Pnticy Free, Snarley
tin bniui,--:!, 1'ella, Jlurphy and E. A.
It ii iNo i in
Ihirl r.ici HW furlonss. J. C. Tuck
er t n n U iNon, li k , a, HprlnBIield
Kntj ifti (I UnvlKl, 3 to 1, won: Hewie
I" iM IntvrP), " to I, pecond, Vic
tor li lii 4 r Uelffh). ,11 to 1, third Time,
1 1 Jl tji.r Iirlpris Abana Hoy, Don Plo
K I 1 1" i holllee and Pony Bob also
i i i n e rive furlonirs, match race
f ii il Chnrlfs Mcruffuity's John
s ii i 'i c Ki quadorRrKnt M (ReifO,
' w hi famille 1) 8d H. Wilsonl.
3 - hi 1 Time, t (17
, ' ' Six and a half furloncH.
T I i Iwidall . Virjrin. hr m , a, i:m-
t ' '- nlt, 105 (MaMin), 10 to 1, won;
i i 'Iit), R to 1 second: George
y 'M Kaj I 1 to 2, third Time.
1 - li iv Iktll, Hlile T. and Vlrelnite
The furlonps i; c Jonlan
' ' 1 r. k n rniihturt Kiillle T)n-
M liitjr'), iv. n. won Thuiman,
' 1 1 I.' m l uwond: Ueaiie Nlch.
r i htiFon), to 5. -third Time,
v no- and linnu T.onff also ran.
I nlrle Tor In-U-li'n Itili'ei.
, ' ' i -, ire the entries and nelctiti
1 - i m es
' ', "I htce-foiirtha of a mile sell.
I i i i 107; 1m Oilppe, 07; Doze, 107:
H ,';' 'h Jmk Jumbrla, PJ7 Miss
.' , ', ,lvv'"?,!,L1' H '!e Travla,
' I k II, 107 Ai thm Davis, lfl7
i 'Tlmi-rouitlm of a mile,
I i "-dale 107 fen Point, lu7' ha-
I hii is iu7, Has Don, lu7. Job
"17 I'fila, 107, One Dime 107;
U. Ifcivvood, l(,7, Smui Chame, 107,
J ' in"
i i i Flve-eiahtha of a mile 2-
Miblr ri'-hei, 08 Kinc Hazel.
t ii no Maderla. 7. Palay, 01
I ii nt I'rt J'Iub, 1( Tavoiltu, jgu,
,T Haw thin in- Helle. ine '
' me iiuiu, Tun Spring, 107:
' v ft aft, m Brown Olek, 91
ki tleorco Miller. KU. mil Air,
I' i ill
' i i Mnf-slxtientliH of a mtle,
i !'' Utnk, 68 John P., 113. rioted
v.. 111 K 1(JJ; Deck bfl. Davy
I n !' MItehell, 9, Blioek. 105, iJi
"' Little i:i, J07, Win jAlok, 103;
i V ill '
r.even-lxtefnthn of a mile;
ii tor 11, 110 Vnicorn, lti. Lucy
' 7 i.i. en Prewltt, lit Ben Harrison,
' Tiukii. 110 Monk pveiton, 110,
' t .mil. ii. 110, Post Boy, lil, jc-
i I v 1'
VMiim r nt ".iratiiKi,
far it i-i N. Y, Af 7 N'otsvltlintand
1 nun,, i nut i. tatchea, the ird to-day
i' i i i one Itain durine the early
li iit th. daj made the track heavy. In
'" ' il- hasp Bucephalun. owned b A
hhi. Id f. 11 at the Ut hunll, bruokinit
li r. He nan attt i wards pl'ot.
ri i vv.ib a tidlaim delay In the fourth,
a ti iMv a bad stait, Ramlero diawiriK
lie ii m hiT IWM, winning b half a do.
hi I i, tin in a gallop. The uteepji-ehaiie
r - di. I ill-ustiouslj, Uncephultis falling
.iv l hi wis Bed Pal made the running,
an 1 'uiii I nine under a pull four lengtlig
al ' n ot 11 iy Hloosom.
r- inn til is
I i i lan-h'ive furlong, hilk Ron. G
t vv i Waluiu. 3 to 1, kevond. lielde.
V ni 7 to third Time, 1 l
r ir i i in I'our'SUil ona-naif furlong
- VI -IMl 'inn-iixii IMllllllMe,
won; Ail.jni CtUtinn, i to i,
emwil, Tq 3. third. Tini;
i'. i ii i i'i i, vvnn; i
' n i .uum
u . - J
ll.lrl race Handicap! on mile. Lord
Ni-I i n ; in 1, won; Maml' e, ' to 1, second:
Jsi i n h lo 1, thlid Time, 1.15
I'jurih laie live fiirioili. Itamli'ici, 2
ml vvon IVnuo 1 to 5 4cond. lUrpaid,
Ji to I, third Time, LOW
1 fth l n't Steepln.hui.fc, hort course
JI I Pit 7 to 1, won, Jlay Blomtoin, 3 to I,
i-e i id. Young Orion, 10 to 1, third Time,
ItemilU lit "-I. I nill.
t-l Louis Jlo , Auk.7 Tito bcfct card of
th -u.ck and fair v, mtlier atiaclei the
u ii 1 rrovvd to Kail- Association paik 'Ilia
Hoit w.-m Kood, tr.-iik fat Ju tho thlid
laic Amelia May wan euuted for jam, .md
the not 1 vn.ih slveu that the was to lie run
up Ij tin I'aluu In kill I e of this kho
went to the pot a 1 to 3 favorite and iuk
1 eaten out b Booze, a 7 to J sliut. in 1 ii
Th1'-' H one mcond Je- than Amelia Jlay
eovr-d the t-attie ground with mmu vvilght
mint iUi4 ago. and lime vvcie loud pto-tcti-
ii.Tilnst tlu rcveis.il of form In tho
louith rate Tricky Jim Jumped the feiut
at the h-ad of the sticlih, throwing Joikej
Klist rai . -Tbliieni-flxleenihs of a mile
Mlllmr t iv e bprinif 6 to 1. won, Tea Hit,
4 Iq 1. hi ond HiWinl.i Queen 3' to 1
thlid Time, 1 22
be ond r.t u- Kive-tlghths of a inllc ,
purse. kx Can, ii to 1, won, South-
north, i to 1, second; Woodlaki, M to 1,
third Time. Iffltt. , .....
Third race Plr nnd one.lialf fitrlonut.
cellltm Hoozo, I to 1, vvont Amelia Mav,
Ito 8, xeoml J A (traj, M to 1, third
Pourtli raeeDne mile. Buck Mnle,
even, won, MtiRnet, 7 to 10,,eeondi Iiendei
Han. m tu l, third Time, I U
I'lflh rare- Pour and one-halt fiirlrmR,
elllni Amelia Ponfo f. lo 2, vvnn: l.urra
1 to t, erond frt lotiln, C to 1, llilrd Time.
Hitlh ra'e-PI and one-half furloncd.
ttlllnir Addle Buchanan, 1 to 1, won. Hen
lintoml, 1 to 1, erond; Kmpera, S to I,
third Time, 1 il'4
OI'I.M.Mt IIH A I III ri'At.O,
I In I tilth Mrry Hi iitr and Hie Knbrrt
l.-.loe I'nlrlii'ii .llnlrli n Derlarnl HIT.
Buffalo. N Y Atljt 7 The largest
crowd thtl ever aHtided the llrnt da)'a
raclnn here greeted the delated opening
of the Orand circuit Ihls aftfirlioon The
tw pontioiwl from Tuelny wer on
tbe carl In ronnecllon vvrth the tntuli
talked of mnlih between Boberi J and
Joe 1NU' hen, bill to the Rrral dlnppolnt
metit of the pettori Ihe Ktter Hii not
called, Ihe reason nlleiteil b the man;
ptennt ledmr Ihp driving wind and
heflvy trark. ivhl.-h prevrnled a true trial
of the mertti of th champion pacers It
will be run to-mofrovv, clrcutn'tatire le
(if the ether three velttn on the pro
Kramtni'. but one wn ilnlhe and that
wae won by the favorite Wnrten I
Valklaml wa a hot favorite also In tha
! 2t claw, but he found It llvrlv work to
flnlh ahead of the down lit horee.
In Ihe 2 1 eta th bulk of the money
wiw on the Hamlin ehtr, Athnnlo who
ruhM a hot favorite, even after Otetehcn
made a runaway of th llrit he it and
Nellie Nbbac took firft place tn the
third. Sab'na tiniohed Hhead. with I red
B. ev-oiid ami Athanlo third In the wxth,
Mil a tiOJth lendr vvetrt off their etrldo
just at the wire thov vvere fet batk by
the Jinhrei am the lteat wan nlven to
the liamlln .-talllon. BttlnB wan light
and confined to a fe.v of the booktnaken,
vvm tirnen awav money mten oi hiik-u-tnK
i sh cmii trotiinp. puree ,--v
Warren P 1 1 1
Klla Belmont 2 1 a !
Volunteer Medium 1 K .1 I
Oimlitv r. 5 ii 3
Stlnuette 1 A A d
Llllle t'.lettn 5 3 dls
Time 2 17U 3 l S'lfiH. 2 1
2 16 1 1as trotting, purse $2,000
Athamo f... .' 1 1 .1 3 1
N'ellle A 7 51 I ll) S
Pablna U I R I 1 -'
Oretcheti I 10 r L' 7 fi
Bravado I .' '-' fill .1
I'red 11 C 3 1 b 2 1
Pusehie 3 5 H 1
Bertie n 10 S II It ! 1
Deltmir 0 V 0 7 J 3
Adlahle Mefiresor . 7 h 9 " dr
Jennie K S 11 MlJOdr
Time, :-ir.i4, 2iii, ;ii'i. s n, i.u, 2.17.
2 23 eln"5 trottltiK, purse $J,W)
Piilkland 1 1
Yankee Iau lc 2 2
Pas t lew v 3 (i
5II Huron " 3
IViniilc U I G
Knte V S I
SiMiltt.l 0 7
,Vible Hlit-M 7 S
'lime, 2 ti, 2 IC
suiri'it I-!.- At
IDKICi; HAITI K.
TlieMIn lnr VV i 1 r Umililii tn Plrk Hie
Terre Haute, Ind., Aui. 7 To-d i's rnces
K.ive the talent another IiIk throw down
It was a repetlton of estcrd.i's 1 ice, for
not a fdiiKle tavorlte won Monev poured
Into the pool box fast and furious, Mav
Morgan bilnc piiverl even tRilnst ,1 bit:
Held In the 2.0 trot. I.irlmont btiiiRlnK
but $; In pooln of JJt Repetition was 11
liot fivoillo In the 2 23 pace and Willi im
Penn i-nld oven nsalnht the 111 Id In the 2 10
trot. It ic'iulied six heats to decide the
2 20 ttot, two-heat wlnnerii liavlnt,- lo be
drawn Omnia, on uctouut of lameness,
and Queen Allah, w ho for a time lookel
like a sure wlnnir, on ai count of !rkne-h.
'Ihe ihestnut male f ithnrine, that hud
b"'n held as a lank outsider, captured th
third heat In 2 lsi, loweilm,- her reconl
live heionds, but as Mni Morgan was set
b.H k from second to tenth pi 11 e for foul
lnc, her bickers still thought she hud II
1 ense to win But vvhen Path trine cip
tured the next heat there vv is a big scram,
bb to cover np;itnt May Moisan.
n.iilmout was nm h a lonslstent perform.
cr In the 2 23 pace th it the backers of Hep.
etltion had no chance to plav even, the
Belmont horse winning nnd lowcrlns his
record there-fourths ot a ncconrl.
2 20 trot, purse, $1.C)
Pnthcrlne S S 1 1 K
.Margaret 10 fi B C 1
May "Morgan C I in 2 2
nabiiella 7 1 S ii .:
Ben Wallace B10 r. -1 I
Blan Alco 11 0 7 7 r.
Oueen Allah 3 1 2 3 dr
Armand 0 7 i 0 di
Ornnla 1 2 0 dr
Hthan K , ! MS dls
Arena 1 dls
Tlme-2 ISM, 2 IBij. 2 ',&, 2 1CTJ, 2.1X, 2.10!ri.
2 Si 1 lass pai'Inff, puree 41,000.
llarlm-ont 1 1 1
Itepetitlo-n 2 2 C
Iloscoe r. ,1 2
Ole Hutch 3 S 3
Imperial Hal , 6 1 4
Paliente 7 7 K
Benzine ,4 Gds
Tommy Mae dla
Time, 2 10, 2.13. 2 12.
2 11 trot, purse ,W,
Da-ndy Jim 1 1 1
William Penn 2 2 2
Kentucky Vnlon .....3 dla
Time, 2 lMl, 2:10. 2 10'j.
Ilrlghtiin Iteiuh lliin.
New York, Aug 7. Hot and uncomfort
able as it Was in the Ut), It wan still more
so at Hiighton Beach to-dav The attend
ant was good and favorites weie upset
with regulailty Tie wott nice of the
ri wah the fourth. In which the starter
kept them ut the poht lor half an hour
and then etarted them avvav to a wretched
tai t. aftet ter using two good onek. Pal-me-istone
won bj a half length from Bona
parte, In a hard drive The Btevvardh In
etigatid the vhaige, Oliver against Vree
land, and lei lared them unfounded The
ilalm of A Cooper on the purse won by
Lotblnvar on ,lul 27, was not allowed
I"irt rate One mile, itelling Harry
Aloiiao to 1, won, liolden Oate, 10 to I,
second. Watchman, even, third. Time,
Sreopd rufe rive furlongs; telling I.or
ranla, 5 to 1, won. ShakeBpeure 11 . 10 to 1,
Krt-ond: Beanie Browning, l to J, thlid.
Third race Six furlongs. Mystral, S to
1, won, The Coon, 8 to D, eonil; C.ipitiin
T 4 to 1, thitd 'lime. 1 10'J,
Fourth race Half a mile Palmemtono, 2
to 1. won, Bonapaite. S to 5, second;
Venllla, 20 to 1. ihlr.1 Time, 0 134
Plfth rate Omi mile and a furious. Our
Jaik 7 to 5, won Charade, 1 to 1. second;
Little Tom. 30 to 1, thlid. Time l.K.
Sixth ra e One mile. Kinglet, t! to G,
won. Governor Sheehan 7 to 3, second;
Souvenir, C to 1, third Time, 1.11,
Hurl' ill Mill Kreuinii liming,
Chicago, Aug 7 Aftei a leat of soveral
.veekk the Chicago Pair Grounds Am'o
eiation, operating the Harlem tace tri k.
Jiae uirangid 10 resume Its thoroughbreii
radng, whbh vvui Interfered with by the
Civic Pedeiatioti Hopes of legislative ac
lion in the diro lion of a tuif lnv vvhhh
would pnmtt pool nelltug on the Hacks
having failed, un etlort will li made to
1 ondm t a meeting without public bu
tirg. There will be many hand books
at the traik, but the ankocintloti wlil de
rive Itg nupport from the gate and pilv
llete. Beoautse of ,1 gieut public demand
for railng. It Is br-lleved that the attend,
ance will moie than pay the purek. That
tin liqrsemen bellevf thik may be learned
Irom -the fact that ovei good hoine
are now ktable.) at the lixiik Public
opinion favoia rai ing and the niunag"
tneut liaoien to be able to ciiie. nidi pat.
milage as will warrant the tunning of
lliu SidOuO N tlonal lei by and oth
rr stake events arranged lat vln
Iw and which have ueei been
ile. lared oif. The JeUousy existing
between the loial tracks and that at Itob
hts fipilng I-. a thing of Ihe p.ikt and
Corrlgan and the Indiana traik iiwiifm
tv III turn theii full intluence to make the
mewing wnuh upen at Huileni a grand
HcniUs 111 W IniUin.
Detroit, Sllih. Aug 7. The 2,5fn) pe iiile
who attended 1I11 indhoi laiek ti-.lij
kuvv a h.ait-breaking linlsh between the
oddk-on tdvoiltr, Plorence p, unci the out
allvr, Auut I.Ida, in the fourth rate Ploi
eiue P won bi tins bhottet of nobeb Call
Holland uiiotlur "good llilns" In the lat
vvb a lienvj blow on the "good thing"
rilujei a the plaved him oft the boaid
Ihtee favoiltek, .1 pot second choice und
un out! I.i won (he live ivent
Piii la.i'-Six furlongk Clara Bauer
won 'lough Tlnibei, becond. Carnation,
thlid nine 1 i
Second raie-Seven fuilongs Spendollne
won, Brazos, seiond, Weola, third, Time,
'llilrd race l-'lvo and one-lulf furlongs
Coiuenslon won, Pav Belle, i-eiond, I.illiuu
K . thlid Tune, 1 14
Pouith rine-One and one-sixteenth miles
Ploreme P won, Aunt I.Ida, oiid, Uab
ton thud Time 1.55k
Pifth racePoui and one half furlongs
.Mail of Honor won; MUi, Klttj, becond,
Doubtful, thlrj Time, l.W. '
,,A t i ., ja,5 fl
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- Mtg'ftp" j STSm JJmwem wia
BLUES HIT THE TOBOGGAN,
Hist TWO CIAMI.S Msll.ltliW AM)
imtii'i'M) mil nititii ri.tii:.
.Ilannlng'k .Men Uire In n Crippled tonill-
Hon and llin Mllleri lalleueil Up their
PerieiiiiiBe Kemilli uf M elcrn and
atliinal I eiigtie tlitne.
Mliiiieapolif Minn., Aur. 7. (Sprain' ) The
locals took both games to-dnv, which pnve
them fourth place. Tho I1rsi cirae was
comparatively elop anil win rjulte Inter
es'lng Itaatlngsi ninl Prat-rr were the op
posing pltclurs, mid both were doing good
wnrk, Ihe locnhk, howevet, lmtted the
harder and won, S to f., The fentutes of
this itamc wTirf the Held wftrk of Werrb k.
Manning nnd Contiaughloti, nnd the batting
of Werrkk, l,all nnd Kiln.
When the second Riune wn talleil Kllng
wa placed in the box, but the locnla con
tinued Ftner for three liming. Prater
was unitefldy In the ilrnt and Kllhg was.
batted hard, co each fide neorisl three.
In the second both it'Ltted down, but In
tho third li-ith veto hit lie-tvllj and In
the fourth new men nppenred, Paiinlnp;
taking Fmser'e place ami Hnsllngs coming
Hard batting gave the locals eevvn more
niti In the fourth ami ilfth, nnd the vis
UotK failed to score. The sixth was betlei,
both bfing blanks, but in the ftvetith tho
lovals pounded Hastings for live runs. It
hud' been stipulated that the game should
be called- at S.P0 to allow the visitors to
catch the train, and with two nmn out "it
6M0 Klusman batted a hard ball, which
truck Punning on his right lung and put
him out of the game. Manning, however,
surrendered the game and the scoto went
bin k to the ctoo of the sixth.
The tleldltig of Kuehne 111 third was the
feature or till g-im. Hastings, mad
dened u the umplie's d-e. isions on balH
and strikes, threw his hat and nearlv
klll'd the local club's mascot, who was
silting tin the bench, and made himself
decidedly unpopular, but during his short
ta In right Held in the opening ot thn
second game, he made a line running
enlch of a pop-up, on which he executed u
double jtt first base.
ab. b. ji. sn. po. a. 1;
Hulen, ss S 1 1 0 3 I 0
l.nllj It n 3 3 0 2 0 (l
Werdcn, lb J 2 2 0 11 0 0
Strauss, cf I 0 1 1 0 0 0
Wcrrlck, 2b ... .1 1 3 U 2 fi 0
Kuehne, 3b 10 0 0 3 2 1
Wllon, c I I 2 1 fi 0 n
lleclv. if 1 0 1 0 0 11 1
Praser, p 1 0 U 0 0 3 0
33 S 13 "
ab. n h sb, po a. r:
Manning-, 2b I 2 2 0 3 I 2
Bergen, o and cf .1". 0 0 0 2 1 0
Conn lughlon, ss..l 0 2 1 3 fi 0
Jllnes, cf and o.."i 0 1 0 3 2 ft
Kinsman, lb 3 1 0 0 12 0 0
Kling, rf : 120000
Ilernftn, If I 0 0 0 1) 0 0
Hntlleld, 3b 1110 2 0 0
Bastings, p 1 0 10 2 10
Totals . ...36 1 "9 1 27 13 "2
Score by Innings:
Minneapolis 2 13 0 10 10 0-s
Kansas City 0 0 2 1110 0 0--,
Hirncd runs .Mlnneipolls, S, K tnsas
Double p! oa Union lo Vrrlcls to Wcr
don, errlck to Union to Wsrlen
Two base hits l.ill, 2; Warrick; (Cling.
HniiH runs J.allj, Worrlck, Kufhii",
PishCsl b ills Wilson, Betcen.
Bases on balls Off 1 'riser, 1
lilt bv pit hci Hv PriHcr 2
Struck out 1!) Pr-iser, l. by Hastings, u.
Left on luiies .Minne.ipo.l3 4, Kaunas
Time ot gr.mo 1 17
AB. It. HI. SI?. PO. A. 1:
Hulen, ss 3 2 10 13 1
I.nllv, 1. f I 13 2 2 0 0
Werden, II 5 S 5 1 7 0 0
Straus, c. r. 3 3 0 ft 0 0
Wcrrlck, 2b ......1 2 3 0 2 19
Kuehne, 3b 1 0 2 0 2 3 0
Wilson, c ft () 1 fi 2 0
Ucaly, 1. I C 0 1O0O0
Placer, p 1 1 0 0 0 0 n
Panning, p 3 0 0 0 0 2 0
Totals 11 17 20 20 n "l
A 13, B. IB. SB PO. A P.
Manning, 2b .. ..3 1 1 0 1 2 0
Beigen, c. f.. .. 3 1 1 0 0 0 n
Conniiuchton, us 3 10 0 0 c 3
nines, c 2 110 4 0 0
Kinsman, lb ... 3 0 1 OH 0 1
Kllng p and r.f 3 1 1 a 0 1 0
Hernon, I. t.. .. 3 1 1 (1 J 0 1
liattleiel. Jb 'I 110 0 2 0
Hastings, r.f. ft P 3 0 0 0 13 0
Totals 2G 7 7 0 21 13 5
Si ore hv innings:
Minneapolis , 3 ft 2 4 3 012
Kansaa City , 3 0 4 0 0 0 7
Darned runs Minneapolis, 7, JCansas
Two base hits WerdPn, Straus, Kuehne.
Home runs Werden 2, Wen it k 2, Lilly,
Hulen, Hernon, Hatfield,
PaFsed balls Hines.
Double pla.vs Hastings and Klusimn.
Bases, on balls Off Panning, 2, oft Prns
ci, 2; oft Hastings, 3, oft Kllng, 2.
Hit bv plti hei n Prasnr .'
Struck out Praser, 4, Panning, 2; Hast
Deft on bases-Minneapolis, G, Kansas
I mplro Cushmnn
Tlmo of game 1 50
Wrstcin l.riiguii Mantling.
Won, liOil. P. C
IudiatiapollB 41 32 US
St Paul r.3 tr. .v
Kansas Pity W) 3'i ESI
Minneapolis 4t 41 MS
Milwaukee 45 43 fill
Detroit 4J 42 5n0
Tene Haute 31 f.l Sis"
(liand Iluplds 29 W 330
Intll nimmllil. till Hi mil Itiiiililn. !t.
Grand Haplds, Mlcli , Aug 7. Score:
Orand naplds 0001 00200 a 11 7
Indianapolis ,. 1 0 7 0 7 1 0 0 -16 n 3
Batteiies Yagerman and Nio; Phillips
Manager Hills released Captain Carroll
to night. Glemilvin will hereafter act as
M, I'lllll. 11)1 MltHllukre, H.
St Paul, Jt'nn , Aug 7 Score:
St Paul ....1 3 0 3 5 0 3 0 2-19 10 3
Milwaukee 0 0 1 1 '! 0 0 0 0 8 13 2
lUtterlek St Paul, Johnson and Boylo;
Milwaukee, Stephens und Marnn.
Hntrilll, l.."i Ii ni' H uile, O.t,
Detroit, Mlrh, Aug. 7 Score:
Detroit .. ..00100110 1-1 71
Terre Haute .00000000 00 1 3
Batteries Detroit, Oajlo and Twlneham;
Tene Haute. Jltighey and Jtoach,
Detroit . . ,.S 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 03 10 'd
Terre Haute 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0-1 10 1
Batlerlek Detiolt, J'ears and T.vlnelutm;
Terre Haute, Nop nnd Outcult.
National l.eagmi uiiing,
Won. Lost. P. C
. if, oid
52 ,15 K.y,
47 M 6
Ji 33 5K
.SI 11 651
.47 38 B.V!
4' as m
..II S 53U
.II Ut 531)
28 "il 3SI
a' at .t;
..2t SS 250
New Yoik ..
St Louis . .
ii-vi'i imi, ih-,11 I iiulsillli-, :i.:i.
Cleveland o Aug G Cleveland took
two game fiom Louisville Ihlk afternoon.
The ilrt was won I) heavy hitting, Wey
hlng being knoi ked nut of tho Ijon in the
hetond Inning In the kocomi game C1111
nlnjjham was pounded froeh and he was
alto veis wild. Attendance, 3,500 heoie-
It. H. 15
Cleveland. 0 10 0 0 0 0 2 1 .V-1S 1S 1
Louisville 0 00002 00 1300
Batteile -Cleveland. Cuppy and Kini
mei , Louisiilli Wojhing, McCieery and
It H 15
Cleveland . .0 0 4 0 0 0 0 1 5 )3 2
Louisville 0 0 100000 2371
Batteries Cleveland, Young and Zlnimcrj
Louisville Cunningham and Warner,
( I111I1111 ill, ll; (.'lili.igii, ti.
Cincinnati O, Auk 7 Cincinnati, though
outhattcd, wan veiy Mrong In the Held.
except In one Inning Iu the eighth, with
two tncu out, Stevvutt fumbled a h-el una
Terry envo the next nun hn base, flr.iy
hit to left and Wllmot f imided, allowing
two runs to score hits s plav was tho
feature Attendnnrc . I" Score.
riiirlnnnll .. ..0 1 2 0 0 1 2 '- 7
Chicago . . ,. 0 0 .' 0 . ' 1 "J,-?1!
Bntterifs-ciiu'iniiatl iivvvrana Naualin,
Chlngo Terry nnd lionah i'
I'lllsliiirg. IK m lniil. li
Plllsburg, Pn Aug 7 Ihe Itrnwns were
simply slaughtered. Khi t left the rubber
In the middle of the ihlt 1 Inning, Kissing
er taking hi, place In that Inning sixteen
1'lrntes went to lint, sr-orli eleven runs tin
seven hll. four errors ml four lmes on
bnll. Poremnn was lnvli'lble Hewnlt
look Ms pine In the sew nth atid did Jtit
us well Attendance, 1 1" Score
Plttfbtlfg . 2 0 It 0 1 0 I 0 i-ij ij 2
St Louis . .0 1 n 0 " n 0 n 0-1 1.0
Hntteri's-Plttslnirg Pnremnti, Hewelt,
Merrltt and Snellen, St I,o!ds, lihtet, Kis
singer and Millet.
Nrvt Vurk, HI Washington, ,1,
New Yolk, Aug. 7-nole'B two errors
In the seventh were nil that "lived the Sen
ators from another whitewash tills niter
noeiti 1 lerk pitched a masterly game,
while Anderson's curves vv ere lilt snfe In
nenrly every Inning . A brilliant one-hand
cptlch bv rrookn and 11 lunnlnc eitteh by
Abbey weie the fmtutcs Alttlulnnte,
2,0W. Rcoie. PHI;
New York .. 1 fi ! 0 2 2 0 ft -O If " I
Washington .. oooo n n 3 n n-.i (, 2
Hnlleiles New York. Clurl. and Paired,
Washington, Anderson and MiUtilre,
lliiltttiiorr, 71 l'lilliidclplilii, 11
Plilliilelphla. Aug. 7 Bnlllmnro won to
dav by tlmelv bitting nnd fast llildlng
Kellev't home inn drive over the center
Held fence In the fourth was one or the
features. Attendance, b,100. l
Phllidelphlt . 1 2 0 0 ft ft 1 J 02 J" '
Billlmore .. 1 0 0, 1 2 0 3 0 '-7 13 0
Hatterlri Phllnilelphln. Ciirsev, (lladv
and Clctnenls; Baltltnorc, Hemming and
Western Amoi I itlnu (liiiues.
Poorl-i, lit, Aug. 7 Peoria, 11; St Jo-
"Tai'k-sonvlltc. 111,. Aug 7-Ptesldent W,
W. Kent nf the Western BT"ebalt Assoii
ntloti. denies the report of the trinfer nf
.lack'onvllle's franchise to Bloomlngtnti All
Interested In the club here sav It will plav
the se-ison out in .1 ickonIHe. Score:
Jnik'onvllle. 0; Lincoln, R
Hock ford. 111. Aug 7 Plrst game Bock
ford 3 Dos Mnlnex 2 Second gime Boik
ford 10. Ds Moines, R.
Qulnev, III, Aug. 7 Denver, 13; Quln
c , C.
-mitliern league ( lines.
I5vnnvllle, Ind., Aug. 7 Rvnnsvllle, 3,
Nishv llle, 7
New Orleans, La., Aug. 7. New Orlc-ins,
2; Atlanta, 1.
sihiiielri r lli In Oniiiba.
The Schmelzers will leave for Otmha
to-night, wheie thev will piny two games
with the Onnha university teini. The
following plnvers will plene rciort nt
the Pulon depot at S "i Ulrich, Hunt,
Driimm Itejluirn, Alden, Duddleson,
Jnines McMlnamnn, Sullivan and Derson.
Blcjrlo llnres lit nlltli llcml.
South Bend. Ind. Aug 7 About 3 ooj
people wltnesycd the National Circuit bl
ejcle t-ices, under the ndsplccs of the
South Bend Cjeling Club .if the Driving
park this afternoon The weather wns
almost perfect. Several niildents occuned,
casting a gloom over the nthervvl-e puc-ce-sful
occasion. Otto Zelgler, of Sin
Jose, Cal. was thrown, breaking his left
arm so that the bone protruded through
the flesh. Arthur Girmner of Chicago,
wis badly bruised, but not serlouslj,
7.elcler' Injury will prevmt him rldlnr
again thl season. nionc the spppi-u
festures vere the trl k lidlig by Sid
Black, the world's 1 hnmnlon, nnd nn exhi
bition half bv J. It mil C W. Donovan,
of Goshen, Ind , In I 'C 1-5. Prank P
Bough of South Bend, one of Indlann's
grentest rlrleis, went ncalnpt the state
half mile lecord In 1 H 1-". piced by Jack
Smith and 1. II Ponovin, of Goshen, Ind,
living stirt SummnrlP-
One mile, novice I'lnrles w Donovan,
Ooshen, Ind., won. Lenn V.inderberl., Niles,
Mbh, second; W W HIxmiii, Wcstvllle,
Ind , thlid. Time. 2 n
One mile Inndlcap, 1 lnss B. A S Brown,
Cleveland. s0 ard. won D J Good, Da
ton, O, 120 -iid-- s.con'l: AV Decatdj,
Chicago. r0 irds, 'bird 'I Ime 2 OT.
One nille open: Ih-s Prank P Bough,
South Bend, llrst John B llaiilson. Leb
anon, Ind seconl diaries Kolb, Goshen,
thlid. Time. 2'1"
One-half mile, own; class B, first heat.
15 C Bald, Buftnlo tlit: 15 Klsor. D.iv
ton, O, HPtond' C M Murphv, Brooklv n,
thlid. Time, 1 13 Second heat Biv Mc
Donald New "imU llrst: Otto Zelgler, Sin
Jose, (Ml, --ei'iil. Arthur Oirllner, Chi
cago, third. " me, 1 13'i 1 innl heat. 15.
C flthl, llrst, Biv McDonald, second, Otto
Zelc,lei third l'mc, 1 11
Halt mile Inn limp I'rank Rough, South
Bend, llrst, W C .Mee, South Bend 10
vat ds, second . John P. Campbell. South
Bend, 20 j aids third Tim", 1 1-1,
One llllle opm. cln s IJ 15 C Bald,
Buffalo, first 1 J. Titus. New Yoik sec
ond; C. M. Muiphy, Brooklyn, third Time,
Thiee mile handicap. L 15 Lange, Chi
cago, scratch, (list; John B Unrrlson,
Lebanon, Ind s-cntoh, second, Marlon
Blnss, snritch thlid: Charles Kolb. Gosh
en Ind 223 v iris, fourth. Time, 7 lMfc
Two mile h in Heap diss B L D Cn
banne, St Louis 73 ard, first; 1, C.
lnhnson, Cliviiniul, 70 sards, heionil;
Thoin lo Poop, r, Detroit, 120 yards, third.
Time, 4 .!"'
Hustings Chess 1 mini uncut.
Hastings, P'leland, Aug 7 The third
round of the nternatlonal chesniaters"
touinumeiu vv 1- paed at the Brabsejs
litltute In thi- city.
The most remuknble thing in connection
with to-daj's puiv is the faet that of thn
eleven gvmes which, bj the way, were all
completed i have resulted In draws
Pollock defeitcil Veiganl In a Sicilian do
fenip, after 21 moves
StelnlU defm'-'d Blickbutne in a klng'.s
bishop's CRtnbli after Gl moves
TInsley deflated Junovvkl In a center
gambit, after 37 moves, .
Tsfhlgoiln 1 reated 'M-ison in a two
Itnlchts." defence after 34 moves
Lislcir ilfeat 1 Selijechter In a Sicilian
defense, after 51 moves,
Teichmunn an J Albln drew a ruy lopez
after 20 move
Wnlbrodt 111 1 Gunsbers drew a Scottish
gambit after 3t moves.
Plllbbury an I Mateo dievv a queen's gam
bit declined aftr 32 moves.
Burn Till S li tfeis dievv a queen's gain
lilt declined after j moves.
Tarrascb and MUses drew a nueen's gam
bit accepted nfur S2 moves.
sill IrtincUiii ItnceH.
San Pranclsco, Cal. Aug 7, Two favor
ites time In llrr-t to-day The other races
vwie taken b uiitslclorf., the burprlse being
Blot's win at 20 to 1.
Pirrt tn 1 Six furlongs Ttoh Boy won,
Corinne Jlli Itlnshmn, elOlld, Detective,
third. Thin . 1 I..
Second jiu e une-h lit mile; maiden 2-ynar-oli's
Blot won: Aggravalor, second,
Cheny Ulpe, third, Time, 0M3S
Third lace Plv.i fuilongs, telling. Blue
Bell won; Ledalla, heeond, O'Bee, third.
Pourth raie-Plve furlongs: handicap
Netvosi won Hiieneme, becond, Tim Mur
phv, third. Time, l'Ol.
handicap, S-vc u-oldi. Whefl of fortune
-uiiiiii I,,'. v.iic lllll.j .,((11 Brinnj yillll-!.
won, Pllrillli. stcoiid; Aruel, third. Time,
I niii.ilili. ftir tin. 'on .vicit,
LouUvlUe, Ks . Aug. 7. Louisville wheel,
men want the 1. A W. meet for IS1; A
committee oriiiOBttl of tho bint working
member has bit 11 organUcd nnd steps
will be taken iinmedatel to bilug the
clalmH of the t lt before tho otllcers of the
dllferent state divifcions
The J.oiilsvllli 'fi .Meet Club haa organ
i,ed, with J W Bilgman president. An
executive lommittee of tlftpen li ih been
apiiolntid, who will foirn an Imorporation
With a- capital stock of l.'S.Uoo, to be unit
as an 1 nurtalmmi.t fund,
1 rutting at uilcsliurg, III,
Galeburg, 111 , Aug 7. In the 2'1S Hot
Conductor vvvui senond and thlid heats
and race Time i 14'v 2 17 Ambrosial
won llikt htiat In i I5-. Ah Time, Maiy
Boss, htar Hawk, JSuhblns Levvellvn,
Kale (xilleis and nismont also stalled.
In the 2 2G tint K.Uilue liell won sec
ond and Ihltd lit-ulD and the iu'e. Time,
2 10. 2.1GH, Uiwamoivd won llrst heat tn
Vim llrest Mill lied IMIh Heorge mltli.
HMltimoie. Ml, Aug 7 Johnny Van
HcMikt, the J.'u liounel e'lmmplun of hn
world, Is matihe.1 to meet "Tut key Point"
Geoice SmHh, of Baltimore, befoio tho
15utxka Club, of this lIU, Augut.1 2'J. Tho
leuitekt will be twenty-five tounds, nien
welshing about 12i ponndt..
I agin lliivillng ( lab.
The Bagles bowled as follow t on Ihe
Bo al ulle last night
Strikes. Spares Tola'
Me Donald ,., . IJ 14 ivi
Clark ,., .. 15 s rtfi
limit ... ., ,. . U S Ml
Willock , ,,,, 7 IJ fn)
Hliliiiiiiiul In tbti lead.
The first half of the match game of ion.
tlnuoiib pool, 200 points between Rich
mond and Hde was played last night at
the Brunsvvlik, resulting In favor of Rich
mond, bs Ihe hi ore of 100 lo Hsde'b 7s.
The tnat'.U will tad with lo-nlght'ti Play,
OF INTEREST TO STOCKMEN,
witr.iu: Tin, l.Atttu; iii:KirTs or
stn:i:r at tup. yauds com 15 ritou.
Ihe (lulu Iiiirlng Ihe 1'aU Feten Months
Was inT.D.II llrnit-Outlnolc fur InllU
In .VcliriL I I Inn Cattle nt Ihe
In theseelijaof lilgsheeii receipts and
rteaily Krowtlt In the mutton trade here
It Is Interesting to know where they
nil come ftotn. Tho pnln has not been
all from the rnngo country, m generally
stipposeit, by any menns, Missouri for
the pnst seven months r.-ivo us 32 W
moie sheeii than tho same tlmo Inst
.par. Texas sent in 123,259 more, Colo
rntio 45.2SS more, Arlzatui 1G.0.M more
ittitl New Mexico 2.0SS more, l'rom K.in
wis, Jv'eluaska nml Utah the nrrlvnls
were lighter. Total pain for tho seven
months fiom nil source!, I97,Ml.
M. A. I-rltlnv, of Dlller, Neb., In writ
ing to the ',eb V, Crlder Commission
Company under dnto of August I sivt
of the cuttle outlook In his state: "My
opinion on tnttlo Is very short. They
are out of lench ot everybody, Money
surely must bo lot on them The farm
er now can buy them nt big price. Mr.
Armour nnd the rest of tho gentlemen
will Imvo tin 111 next spring; at their own
Ilgutes. Thi- railroads compnnles will
surely mnke numey. Tho commission
mnn will lose his money If lie does not
get It befoie the rnllrnmlR Tho furmer
will lose his work nml corn both, nnd
In tho filnco of taking otT the mortgage
a bigger one will have lo be put on. All
I can see In cuttle feeding nt the price-
Is tnnnes' lost Now. n to the corn crop,
Thuver, Jefteison und Huge counties
have corn only In local spots There nro
nny amount of fieldt th-it wilt not make
nnj thing. There are tome thnt will
inlse live bushels to the note If we have
n good tain soon, nnd there nro stteakt
that will jleld twenty-live nnd forty
bushels per acto. About IJUIer the best,
IC we do not have rnln soon, will not
make more thnn ten buthels "
L M. ICIIbttiii. Chuln, -Mo, wns hero
jesterdnv with cattle.
There weie 11. number of fine cattle In
vcsterdtiv George T J5cton. of Clav
county, had In sixty-three highly fin
ished ginde Shorthorns nml Polled
Angus steel of his own feeding Thev
averaged 1. 11 pounds nnd were sold bv
Scrlggs. Hall & Co at $0 fift, the highest
pi Ice of tho day The Aiinour Packing
Company got them One of the biggest
lots of line c.ittlo seen here for ninny
ilnyi enme In sesterdtv from Sweet
Springs, Mo, .a country heretofore con
Mdered Chicago territory. There weie
119 ginde itecrs, fnt nnd sleek, nvetng
Ing 1.1SS pounds They were owned nnd
fed by H H. .lnhnson, and show skill
ful handling. They weie sold by the
Siegel-Snnder? Commlss-lon Company at
to HO, They wc'c taken bj the Scliwnr
schild .t Sulybeiger Company for the
c.xpoi t trade.
H Sehrader, Olathe, ICns , wni hero
jesterdav xvlth slieep
Tliere wns also a fine lot of medium
weight steers In from Jasper county,
Mo Tliere weie llftj'-nlne of them,
averaging 1,103 pounds, brought In by
J. W. Hex. Thev were beauties nml
wore sold by Campbell, Hunt & Allium
r It Connois, Diecl, Mo., had In hogs
W. C Irwin, Woodward, I. T, came
In with cattle jesterdav.
Chniles Statr, McKee, I. T , was at the
yaids yctordnv with cat lie.
Jnnnthiu Hiel Puicell, I. T, was
here xesterdnv with cattle
J. O Keefer, Little Blue, Mo , was at
the yards vesteidiiv with cuttje
M Diumm Cedarvale, Kas , wns hero
jestofl.iv wltii cattle
J. II Wiggins, Virgel, Kas , had J n
.Tames v Bogers, of Marlon countv,
Mo., and CHf Rogers, of Carroll count.v,
Mo, were heie vesterduj- after feeders
Moses i;still. DeKnlli cotintj-, Mo., got
feedeis hej o jesterdav
II. If Leib, Hdna, JCas., had In cattle
William Johnson, Attica, Kas , came In
with entile and hogs yeterilnv.
D T Goto, Shawnee, O T , was at
the jards yrrjtetilay with cattle.
liti II "Villi Hrrnvrr.
W. J Schillo was nrrilgned before Jus
tice Jovce yesterday, chugeil with having
htabbed Charles Noleii Tuesdaj- evening
with 1 knife. He pleaded not guilty and
his trinl wns set foi Wednosdnj next Ho
was released on J3H0 bond Nolen was rest
ing ent-y ut .1 lite hour list night, and, It
is thought, will lecover.
(llllii Bin ki t -irioii-lv HI,
Mr W. O. lluckntt, for sevoril jears the
secrtirj" of the board of police lommis
sioneis and tin Humane Socletv, and later
In ihe employ of the Journal Ih s-erlouslj'
ill at No 2311 I51mo street He snffer'd a
slight stroke of piralsMS on Sundaj, July
H, H. Clark. St, Louis, Is at tho Coates.
P. G Klmmerlj, Toionto, Is at the
A P. Maraton, Boston, is at the Contes.
C. 51. Hoquebaum. SI, LouW, Is at tho
G C. Smith, Indianapolis, Is nt tho
A 51 Henry. Detroit, ts nt the Coites.
15 D. Welt, Cleveland, Is at the Coates,
A. L. Bftland, Pueblo, Is at the Coates.
15 P. Shoelk, Monroe-, La b at the
W. P. Bnrr. I5au Claire, Wis , Is at the
IJ II Cow gill, editor of the Knnsis
Pat met-, ot Topekn, Kas,, was iu tho city
Joe Chupnun, of Topeka, Kas., was In
tho city jesterdaj-.
Solon T. Gllmore left for Lawrence,
Kas, last night, where the death of his
umle, Judge Solon O. Th icher, is hourly
W. 15 Cochran, United Stites poitolllce
ln.pe.ior, of Topeka, Kas , Is in the city.
Charles II Pltgerald, Louisville, Ky., is
nt the Hotel Vlctoila.
Mrs R S. Cowing, and .--on, Washington,
D. C aie at the Hotel Vlctorii.
15d Goldberg, Wichita, Kas , Is at the
Hotel Vli torlu
T K 5Ioodj, Chicago, Is at the notel
George N, Hauey, Host, is at tho Hotel
J. O. .Matthews, Chicigo, 111., Is nt tho
J. llbterbiook, Valley Palls, 5Iass,, Is nt
the Hotel Victoria.
John J. Pitts, of Wellington, Kas., was a
visitor In tho city jeterda
W. W. Polndexter, of Topeka, Kas., wns
In tho cits yesterdaj.
J It Bui ton, the Abilene (statesman,
was In the city jesterdas.
J. 15 Lockwood, of the Memphis route,
U In Chicago
Jlisa Laura Parish, of Topeka, Kas., vvas
In tho cits leuterduj.
Chat ley M Sheldon a Burllngame, Kas,,
bankei. wns In the city jesterday.
J Ralph Burton, ot Abilene, Kas,, vvas
in the city yesterdas.
15, A Wagenei. of Topek 1. Kas., vvas
trunktu tine buslneks in the city sesterduy
In coniieotlon with the sale of tho Argen
tine water works 5Ir. Wageper Is master
in chancery to sell the properts
John S Keair.k, of Port Scott, Kiit., vvas
In the city jeslcrdaj, en routo to Colorado
C V Uskridge, of 15mporla, Kai , wm in
the cttj sekteidaj
Akslktant Ciiuilnal Cleik W 15 Hngau
left jesteiday foi Lee's Summit, where he
will put iu two weiks hunting and fishing,
while he visit with relative ami frleudk.
C A Peak, of Burnhain, Hauna, SItinger
& Co, left jestuday on a tvvo months'
viklt to Silt Like Cits-, He will then visit
Ixis Angeles, Cal , and spend four months
tliere Mr, J'eak takes this vacation on
account of his health thik being the llrst
v .tuition that he lias tukm In twenty scars
II Klrkpatilck, Blackroek, Ark,, Is at
the New Albanj,
J. W Sulllnger, King City, JIo., Is .it
the New Albany.
S I) Muiphy, Stanberry, Mo., Is at the
D. 51. Dillliii,'hani. Blue Springs, 5Io., Is
at the New Albans
N 15 Goodhue. Hebron. Neb., is at the
HERE ARE GREAT LEADERS.
Wo arc offering for the balance of this week some
extraordinary bargains in Summer Wear
-..- . rsi sk CUIOTC Alt sItIp. both rnlttrs and
fUrr DUOvm onima
NEGLIGEE SHIRTS "" nr .,
Six lines of fine grade ad l;irst-Class Summer Balbriggan
Underwear at nearly one.lialf usual prices.
710-712 Haiti Street. 1118 Main Street.
OAt'sr.Il 1IIP. CIIUN1V COIUtT TO isiii:
a iir.vrniuTivi: oicdbk.
Iranrhlne (Intntril to the Northeast I'.tee-
trie KhIIwii) Company to Ilxtrml lis
Line to Build I'nrk C'ninpiiny
Mill (Iraileii Street.
The county court of Jnckon county
yesterday exercised lis prerogative and Is
sued an order which will prnctlcally ex
clue saloons from a section of the North
end, at least so far as the Issuing ot now
licenses Is concerned. The counts Judges
visited the North end, and. deeming It
best that saloons should be banished
fiom that neighborhood, decided that no
lii enncs will. In the future, be granted
within a district bounded bv an Imaginary
line commencing nt the center of Wyan
dotte street 100 feet south of the south
line of Pourth street, extending west to
Bluff street, thence noith to tho river,
thence enst to the tenter ot Broadwaj-,
south to Second street, cast to Wj.indottc
street, thenco south to tho point of be
ginning, unless llio petition was signed
bv two-thirds of the properly owners in
tho block. The custom of the com t hns
been to grant licenses upon a mnjorltj of
the property owners signing the petition,
but It is optional with the coutt to lsuo
on a majorltj- petition, or to lequlre two
tliluls of tho ptoperty owners to sign nnd
the court hns decreed that two-thirds
The order has grown out of the persistent
fight nude by "Mlrkej" O'Heirn and the
Shannons foi n licence to run a saloon at
the coiner of Pourth and Btoadvvav. The
application wis three times rejected und
O Ilenrne I' making another eflort to se
cure the necessarj- signers. The order will
lender it almost Impossible for him to
succeed, although his friends Insist that
they will fight the matter to a finish.
mill mioj in: i5x'ii.Nin;r.
( nutity Court Grunts the Nortbe int l.leetric
1 Inn n I rani hlsp.
The county court jesterd.iy receded from
Its position In refusing the Northeast elec
tric rallroid a franchise to extend Its line
lo Budd park unless It would pi J fM0 Into
the county treasurj-. The application of
Robert GUlhnm. receiver, vvas granted
upon condition that the company would
agree to giado St. John avenue, a width
ol twenlj-iive feet along the lino of tho
proposed extension nnd keep it In repair.
The decision of the court n.-u a 10m
promlso between the request of tho 10m-pmj-
for a finnehlsc, the county to glide
the stieot, nnd the demand of the court
that the company pay the countv Jffto for
the franchise. It will cost about ?300 to
Binfle the street
The proposed extension, which will bo
constructed Immedlntelv, runs fiom the
present terminus of thn road along St.
John avenue to Budd park The grading
must be completed within sixty dass, sub
ject to the approval ot the counts .survejor.
Contncls for Itond Wnrk Let.
The county court has let the following
contracts for load work: Grading tlueu
and one-halt miles of the Lipscomb ro id
from Minion eieek to .Martin Cits-, to T.
P Bsan for $1,12 0? grading ono-qinrter
ot a mile on Springfield avenue from Pros
pret to Independence, to P. S Pieldlng,
r'iS23, mnciilamlrlng Blue Springs roid
from the Little Blue river, threo miles
southeast, to Kanbas City Construction
Compinj foi J i.W, maiadamlzlng five
miles from Bnytown to the Little Blue
liver, to Colliei Bros , nt 60 cents per cubic
I'liiisuiillv I.aige Ducket.
Asslstnnt Cilmin.il Clerks 51cClinahan
and Thompson were busj xesterduj ar
ranging und filing transcripts in appeal
i.ises which will come up foi trial before
Judge Woftord at the September term of
the criminal court. The (locket lor this fall
Is larger than for many terms, and will
catry the term of court far past the usuil
time for closing,
Mill Visit Hie Jiistlres.
Countv Accountint Snell will make a
lerhotml visit to each Justice of the ptaco
In the oil:
n the citv to-unv lor mo purpose ot ex
amining tho recoid of business transacted
last month He will then advise the coun
ty court In the matter ot allowing them
Appointed .lull I'hyidi Ian.
Dr Uiston Burchard has been appointed
by tho county court to the position of
physician at the county Jail Tho salary
Is J)0 a month Dr. Burehard was tho
Repiiblimn candidate for coroner at tho
5Iorrls L.inda et al began an attachment
suit against David Jacobs In tho clicult
couit jtstci dns.
The 12' saloonkeepers who have not paid
their tountv licenses have been given an
ixteuslnn of time until August 13 to p ij
up oi their licenses will be tevoked by tho
county com t.
Colonel John B Stone, presiding Judge
of the county court, performed tho cere
mony jcsterilay uniting In marriage John
W. Jones, of Atchison county, Kas , nnd
Itiioda 15tta Rexrout.of Bussed! counts, Ky,
William Sobbe jesterday secured a post
ponement uf the healing of tho charge of
contempt of couit pending against him for
ssiiiiic ii nirt of his crocerv stole, until
baturdaj-, in Judge Dobson'a division of thu
Smallpox In leiaK.
I5aglo Pass, Tex., Aug. 7, Dr. 5vans
reports 115 eases of smallpox at quar
antine station this morning, Three deaths
occurred yesterday among the batch of
sixty-llvo that anived Monday night,
Jeste W Sparks, United States consul,
who has taken sueh tin uctlve interest In
the xvelf.iro of the negro eolonlstfc, left
this morning for 5turfrepsboio, Tumi.,
and while en route will endeavor to ob.
tain contributions of clothing and bed
ding so badly needed by tho negroes,
Hi it li uf I'rifclilcnt ll.ir.t.
r.ureka, HI Aug, 7. John Darst, presi
dent of the boaid of trustees of Hureka
college, dlid jenterdaj-. He vvas one of the
foundcig of the college and Its chief finan
cial suppoiter Theie Is no mun In the
Christian chmch In Illinois better known I
than he. .Mr. Darst was bom in Ohio In
1Mb and came to Illinois In JS31. locating at ,
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llio Inteiit Sensation
The surprisingly low rates offered by the
IXicKei t-iaie r
iholce of forty
August 13 to 23
limit; service Mrlctly Ilrst-class.
tJir space rekerved In advance-,
ther Information address J. V.
general agent, HI Adam street, Chltdgo,
Speelnl Train I xi union to llotton
Via the Nickel I'Ute road, for the accom
modation of Knights Templar, dully, from
Chicago, August 10 to i3. Inclusive. Lowest
iiurchasing jour tlcketa tall on or address.
J. Y. Calfhuu. general usent, IU Adams
street, ciileasv, JIU
oau to jsosion anil return.
ts Templar conclave, and a "" '. .'.'". '""""."'. "".''"vine next
loutes. Tickets on sale Jho Kinidk c iv Y Aii.',Vi,nM8i.
; iminsivo. innmi ,,,,. "V el" mo Kansas tit" . AHantlo rai
tuffs ntlached and detached
Mi.-niiitN aiiii,i:.mi:.-.t pbospkcts.
'lliey Are Not liivornlile n Applied to
'I'rnns-VI Isxiurl Territory.
The latest nltempt to adopt a new pis
senger agreement lo cover tho business
wet of tho Missouri river Is likely to
prove as abortive as tho previous efforts
lo form associations east and west of
the Missouri river, s.ijs the Chicago
Tilbmie. It has been the Intention ot
Chairman Caldwell and tho commltteo on
tfirltory to call it meeting for next
lhmsd.iv to take final nctlon on the pro
posed tians-5IlssotuI agreement, hut thn
outlook for getting the representatives ot
all the lends together looks rather slim.
Some of the strong lines have been work
ing nsldouy to secure the adoption ot
this ngreement because the times ate get
ting mote piospcrous nnd they are anxious
to get fomii revenue out of the business.
Other lines, however. com to he deter
mtnevl to keep un the old condition ot
affairs nnd do not cem to care whether
they make any money or not. if thev only
can "scoop" their competitors. Among
the roads which hiivo been a hlndranco
to the formation ot agreements or tho
adoption ot conservative mcthoel", the
Union Pacific hns been the foremost.
The attitude of this road and the Rio
Grande 5 estern nt the present time pre
vents the lines west of the 5Ilssourl river
fiom making nnv progress nnd all on ac
count of a little local fight between them
selves In Utah. Tho Union Pacific wants
the connections of the Bio Giando West
em (o whin this road Into line and force
tho formation of a local pool in Utah be
fore thev will consent to the ndoptlon of
a general agreement. The lines west ot
the .Missouri liver are hung up on ac
count ot these differences, nnd until they
are ndjustod there Is little hope of form
ing a new trans-5Issourl or nny other
M estern pissonger association.
Another disturbing element Is the Mis
souri, Kansas ,ev Texas. This company.
It Is cl ilmed by nil the other lines, Is re
sponsible for the demoralisation in Texas
rates A now Texas agreement is out
of nil question until the .Missouri, Kansas
.v. Texas rhauges its tactics and agrees
to work harmoniously with tho other
Atlanta J.xposltlmi Hates.
5tuch doubt Is expressed as to the suc
cess of the mass meeting of passenger of
ficials to bo held to-moirow In the Audi
torium hotel, snjs jestcrdny's Chicago
Times-Herald. Its object is to arrange for
reduced lates for the Atlanta exposition.
A majority of the roads centering heie pro
fess -very little Interest In the enterprise.
Thej- ndmlt their ignornnco of lis alms
nnd lis scope, and thej- are Inclined to Ig
nore the conference. The roads running
north nnd south constitute a xery small
pioportlon of those centering heie, and
they are the only ones directly lnfreRted
In the success of tho exposition. It Is their
affnlr the other loads say and they do not
piopose to Interfere In other people's con
cerns Thev hive enough trouble of their
own on hand at present, and their whole
energies are taxed to devise means to get
out of it. IJxcept from Chicago Itself there
will be no new business cieated for thfl
roads, It Is claimed, bj- the exposltion.and
as a matter of business it is not worth
Pan-American ltnllrnnd Company.
San Antonio, Tex- , Aug 7. The Pan
American Railroad Companj-, which tlirea
jeirs ago atnrteel the protect of buildlnir
a rallioad from Victoria, Tpx,, to Browns
ville, nnd thence to the Cltj' of 5Iexlco,
Is to be leoignnied and the original ob
jects and Intentions of the promoters ot
tlie enterpilse nio to be cniried out J S.
Anthonv, the president of the compins.
has called a meeting of the stockholders
to be held August 22, for tho pmpose of
taking action looking to the earlv re
newal of construction. It is reported thnt
a number of Boston capitalists aro In
terested In the enteipilse.
. ek to Itcniovo lb ICei elvers,
New York, Aug 7 President Ives, of
Ihe Noithun pacific Railway Company,
states that tho general counsel of tho
i omnanv hns left lor the Webt to maku
application to the various courts on thn
line of tho load for tho removal of tho
present lei elvers of the company, 5Iessrs
Oakes Pavne and Rouse, on the ground
that the court at 5Illvvnukee which ap
pointed them hid no Jurisdiction, no part
of the road being in that district Tbo
nets of the leeelvers will bo urged as
further cause for'iemovul
A New I inn for Clevelnnd.
Cleveland, O, Aug, 7 The Wheeling &
Cleveland Railroad Companj-, of Cleve
lnnd, wns lncoiporated to-dnj- The com
pmj ptopoes to build a ioul vvltli its
southern tcimlnus at 51artln's Pcrrj , Bel
mont tountv, and its northern terminus
at Cleveland, and iiasslng the tnteimedlito
counties of Jefferson, H.urlson, Carroll,
Stui k, Summit nnd Portnge
Becordcr of Voters Arnold began a re
count of the voto In the DeRord-5Ic-Curds-
election contest case jesterd.iy
The fallowing building permit was is.
sued jesti-nliij: Thomas WINon; brick
business block; C03-10 Wjandotto street;
Vlctoiy lodge, No 3W. K. of P., will to
morrow night confer the innks one and
tvvo on 5lajoi Davis, nt theii bail, No. 1011
The ladles of tho Plj mouth Congrega
tional church will hold a lawn social at
tho residence of Y II, Rner, So 2713 Holly
street, this evening
The women of the Sixth and Prospect
Christian ehnrch will hold a luvvu social
to-night nt the residence of D O, Smart,
Independence and Bellofontuine.
Benjamin P Beady was jesterday sen
tenced to, ninety dajs In the lounty Jail
bv Justus Joyce for stealing a watch from
V. C. White, of No 1201 Union avenue.
Cyrus Reed was fined 13 and costs In
Justice Joyce's enuit sestet day for as
saulting Luella Smith on Monday night
The money vvas paid over and the defend
Illwood H Alloutt. of G.unsej-, Allcutt
S. Trlbble. No. tiju New llugland building,
repoited to the pollco jebterday that a
thief had stolen a bicycle from his home.
No 1811 Penn street, '
James and 1511 1 Tajlor were arraigned
before Justice Kruegoi jesterday on a,
i barge of having assaulted Laura Stone.
JJtXZ w.orf "minuted to Jail In default of
no ball, to await trial to-day
J 7. and 11. 15nsteida-, aliens of Cen
tiopolls, wero arraigned In Justiio Walls'
couit sesterdnj-, charHed with having de
stiosed a fence belonging to J. j Oregon
They cavo bond for (heir appearance for
trial 5louday next,
Chillies A. MlHmaii vv.ir nrrnsiA.1 ,in..
day on a warrant from Justice Khert'3
court; chatg ng hi with ass luiti,, ir a
Major. Jr. at No ss, S Miel tBnn'n
r.ilgnSent 'he. pleaded not giUltTand gava
bond for his uppe.ir.ince in tourt next
Dxtenslve preparations are being made,
bs- the local odges of the Odd Pellows to
imiipaa . '?,
, John Norwood w-as arrested yesterday
iMivi.uuii k i iiit-i-iiiu una v nio streets
on the complaint of Marian DavlB of
Slmwneetowii, Kas,, who charges him with
lurceny from a dwelling. Yesterday after
noon he was tuken to Shawneetovvn to
unswer to the churge.
jonn Williams was, arrested at 15lght
Williams was taken lo the Central 'nolle.
elation ami held until an olncer arrived
Jto -take li in Lai.- to tha.t cUy lor trwf
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