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* > Tim OMAHA DAILY BEE ; FRIDAY. ' JULY' 20. 1887.
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Tlio Omahas Suddenly Improve and Dowi
the Topeka Sluegcrs.
LIMcoin Defeats AVIehlta IJy a Boon
of Tliroo to Four Hastings
Wrests Another Vlctoty
From St. Joe ,
T\vo Out of Three.
Toi'F.KAi Kan. , July 23. fSucclM Tele
gtixin to tlio llp.E.I The U in aim 3 took th
third gaino of Iho series to-day from th
Topeka slugKurs by n scorn of 15 to 7 , ( jlvln
them two out of Uiice. The battery work c
Harper mid Jnntzcu wns notably cxcellen
while Sulllvnii , of tlio Topckns , was In bn
form , and wns llnnlly compelled to retire I
favor of Worden. The Omahas nro lilttln
well and Improving In their Holding. I'o
lowing Is
TOPEKA. 1'OS. All. 1U 111. TO. A. 1
scoiti : IIY IX.NINOR.
Topekas I ! 0 0 U 0 2 'J 0 0
Omaha 0 4330480 * 1
Ituns earned Topeka 0 , Omaha 5.
First base on enots Topeka 1 , Omaha 5.
Klrst base on balls Topeka 8 , Omaha 5.
KUncle out by Sullivan a , Werden 1 , Ilai
per 1.
Left on bases Toiicka 7 , Omaha 7 ,
Two base hits Johnson , McCullar , Gold ;
by. Walsh , liader , Jntitzun.
Three ) baio hits Stearns , Snccd , Dwyer.
Double plays Ounsen to Stearns , Messll
to Walsh.
Passed balls ( Junson 2.
Hit by pitcher Krehmoyer.
Umpire llengle.
Time of came 3 hours iiO minutes.
Lincoln Wlrin Aenln.
WICHITA , July 23. [ Special Telepram t
the UKB.J To-day's game resulted in a vie
tory for Lincoln. Had catching and a mulle
ball thrown by short stop lot In two runs an
lost the game tor the homo team. The fo
lowing Is
SC01IK 11T I.VMN08.
Wlchltas . 0 00031000-
Lincoln . 1 OOOUOOO-
KUIIB earned 0.
liases on balls-Off Baldwin 0 , off Swart
zel 2.
Struck out-uy Baldwin 3. by Swartzel 3.
Wild pliches-Swarael 1.
htolnn bases Wichita 1 , Lincoln 1.
Double plays-LoDR , Kowo 3 , Beckley ' .
Time of came 2 hours.
Umpire Hughes.
Knnsas City nofeutn Denver.
KANSAS CITY , Mo. , July 23. fSpocIa
Telegram to the UKK. ] Kansas City woi
to-eiay's game fiom Denver lu the nmt
InnhiK by hittlui ; Khrct , who replaced Slid
In the liming mentioned , for Uiruo smgles
four doubles and a triple , scoriae oluh
carnewl runs. Previous to that time it wa :
anybody's game. Sllch was not knocked ou
of the box , but was physically unable t <
pitch the last inning. Itmgoled tlio battln ,
for Kansas City , maklni ; live hits with
total of ten bases. The following Is th
score :
Kansas City . 2 040130 ! ] 8 2
Denver . 3 0 3 3 0 4 0 a 2 1
Karuod runs Kansas City 14 , Denver H
Two base hits Mlhe. Hussiunaor , Manse !
< 2) , Rlnco (2) , Nichols , ( Jravei , McSorloj
Eliret Tliree base hits McKeon. Horn
runs Rlngo. struck out Nelhoir. Graves
Double plays Hlngo , lltiches and McKeor
liOfi on bases Kansas city 13 , Denver t
Klret base on balls McKeon , Mansell (21
Nicholas (3) ( ) , Klrwylo (8) ( ) . UrlegH. Kirs
base on errors Kansas City 4. Denver ' ,
1'aased balla-Jraves 4. O'Neil C. Time o
iranio 2 hrs. SO mlns. Umpire Heigau
Butteries Kansas City , Nlrlmlas and C ! raves
Denver , Silch , Eliret and O'N'ell.
Ue fonts St. .loo.
ST. JosKi'ii. Ala , July 8S. [ Special Tele
jram to the BKK.J The home team wa
gain defeated texlay by Hastings. The fol
lowing Is the score :
Bt. Jew . : i 00080200
ilastincs . 0 1041000 5 1
Batteries KltrMmmons and Dollniau
Dooms and KtiynoMs. llase hlts-St. Jo t
Hastings 10. Errors-St , Joe 7 , Hastings B.
NortliwoHtorn Ijnnu'tto Onnici.
DRS MOINKS , la. , July 27. ( Special Tcl (
RramtothoBuKl The Rame with St. I'm. .
bcro to-day was the line ; , ! ever Boon on thes
( [ rounds , Uiliiu- largely a battle of pitcher :
lint three hits were made by the visitors an
but seven by the homo team , though bnt
teams are regarded as great sluggers. Th
score by Innings h as follows :
DesMnlnes . 0 10002000-
St. I'niil . 1 00000000
At Osliltosli tlio Minneapolis pitcher w.i
disabled In the lirst Iniilmr nnd was unabl
toprocee t , givlui ; Oshkosh the game nlnet
nothing. _
The Amorlcnii Association.
UnooKi.YN , July 28. The gnmo betwne
the Brooklyn and Cincinnati teams to-dn
resulted as follows :
llrooklyn . 0 05020000
Clnelmmtl . 10023020 *
JS'MV YOIJK. July 2S. The gamu betweo :
the Metropolitans and Cleveland team tc
( lay resulted as follows :
Metropolitans. , .001002000-
Clovcland . 2
BAi.TiMOiit , JtilvSi ? , Tim gamu botwen
tlui Baltimore and St. Louis to-day resulte
an follows :
llMl'.niom. . 0 00030001
Si. l.oula . 0 1-0001201
I'liiiAnr.MMiiA , July 'JA The itamo be
twwn tlio Athletics anil Louisvlllu teams t
day resulted as follows :
AthtiUles . 1 20000000
LouiSMllO . 0 01000103-
Natlonnl Ijenutio Onnips.
CHICAGO , July 24 The game bctweo
the Chicago and Itoston teams to-da
resulted as follows :
Chlcapo . 1 15 0 0 0 2 0 2 * - :
lUMoa . 0 12001000
I'ituliere Clarksoa and Coaw.xy. Uas
hlts-Clilcazo 10 , Itostun 11. Krrors-Ch
cagn Boston 4. Umpire 1'owtirs.
DKTIIOIT , July 28. Ttie game between th
Detroit i\uu New VorU teams to-day resulte
as follow ) :
Dltiult . y 00010000-
w York' . . . . . < : i 0 ' . * a o 0 i p i
J'itcaen-Oruber , and Keef . . Unse hi :
Detroit 13 , iHow York 1. Errors Detroll
2 , Now Vork G. Uinnlrc Doeschor.
I'lrtsiiuno , July 28. The came between
thu I'ittstmrg and Philadelphia team tu-cla >
resulted as follows :
I'lttsbtirg . 0
riillatlelDhla . 0 4000000- )
I'ltchers-MorrU and Casey. ' Base
hits t'lltoburn 12 , Philadelphia P. Krron
1'lttsbtirg :3 , riilladeluhla 1. Umplro-
iNiiiAVAroMt. Jtilv 28. Thn came bo
twecn the Washington and Indlatiapolli
te-ami to-day resulted as follows :
Indianapolis . 1 3 n 0 2 0 0 4 2-1 :
Washington . 2 001 12020-1
1'ltchers Morrison nnd 1'ass for Indian
npolls. Whitney for Washington. Base hlts-
Itidlnimpolls'J-1 , Washington 12. Krrors In
dianapolls 2 , Washington 5. Umpire Vul
IMnnniontli 1'nrk llnoon.
MONMOUTII 1'Aitic , July 23. The attend
ance was unusually lanje , the weather del
llghtful and the trnck somewhat lumpy. Tin
follow Ing Is the summary :
Soven-elithtlis mile : ( Inrdoy won , Portlci
second , Choctaw third. Time l:31W. :
Two-year-olds three iiuarturs milu : The
era won , Aura second , Confusion third. Tlmi
One and a half miles : Dry Monopole won
Linden second. Kurtis third. Time 2 : HOne
Ono and tlnee-'lxtecntlis miles : Klnestoi
won , Laggard second. Ariro third , Tlmo-
One and on eighth miles : Phil Lee won
Lancaster second , Wlndsall third. Tliue-
2OOH. :
Steeplechase , short course : Montmorn won
Soudan second , Harry Mnnn third. Tline-
O.IM. q.1D
Ornntl Circuit Uncos.
CI.KVKI.AND , July 28. This Is the thin
day of the grand circuit nicotine. Th
weather was pleasant , the track first-das
and the attendance 7,000.
2:18 : pacing class , for purse of 81,000
divided : Jennie Llnd first , Charlie Frie
second , Black Henry third , Fiaiik Cham ]
fourth. Best tlmo-2:10K. :
2:25 : trotting , for puna of 82,000 , divided
unllnislicd : .1. O. won liist and third heat :
nnd Arab second and fourth heats. Bes
tlmo-2t7 > / .
Free-lor-all trotting for purse of 85,000
divided : Lorctta V lirst , Edwin C second
Mitmbrlnctte third , Uralmotit fourth. Bes
tlmo-2W. : _
Itnolnc nt SnrntoRn.
SARATOGA , N. Y. , July 23. The attend
mice was not so largo as yesterday. Tin
weather was geiexl and the track fast. Tin
following Is the summary :
Three-year-olds and upwards , three-quar
ters mile : Mattle Hunt won , Amalgam second
end , Harry Unwell third. Tlmo-l:10) : ( .
For all ages , one and one-quarter miles
Dunboyno won , Cary second , Miss Fore
third. Time 2:12U.
Three-quarter mile , beats : j'lrst heat-
Nellln Van wen , Kranklo B second. Timo-
1:17& : Second heat Himalaya won. Tlnu
1:17 : } . Third heat-Himalaya won , Nollli
Van second. Time 1:20. :
One mile and seventy yards : Wyndoi
won , Broti7omaito second , AI Kecd third
Tlirce-quarters of a mile : 1'hll Lewis won
Miller second , Unique third. Titno-l:18 : %
Tlio Oinnhn Rifle Club.
The score made at yesterday's match of thi
Hlllo club Is as follows : Clarkson , OS ; Ber
lln , 04 ; Worloy , fi7 ; Kennedy , 47 ; Parmalee
40 ; Keruicar , 40 ; Evans , SO ; Fnlrlield , 2J.
The English Turf.
LONPON , July 23. In the race for the Goot
wood cup at the Goodwood meeting t/-da ]
St. Michael ran a dead heat with Up.isTliiu )
Itous moinorlii ! stakos. for two-ycar-olib ,
was won by Mr. Manton's filly. Mon. Drolt
Mon. Owen Williams' colt aena1 * second
Lord Bradford's colt Merry Andrew Ithird
Pi Inro of Wales stakes , for two-j ear-olds
Duke eit Portland's colt Ayesldre was tin
winner , 11. II. Combo's colt Simon buiosee
olid , Mr. Abblngton'n colt Juggler third.
Fatal Holler K.xploslou.
HOUSTON , Tox. , July 2a. The boiler of thi
Houston Lumber company's iiew saw am
planing mill exploded tod.ivrocklnjr tial
the biillUltiK and killing A. U.Weils , genera
munaiccr ot the company , and Andrew
Henrv. the engineer. Frank Wilson , n la
borer. Is dying. One man and two boys are
reported mlssiug.
Ho Couldn't Swim.
ST. JOSKI'JI , Mo. , July 23. fSpcclftl Tele
gram to the BEK.I Frank ProchasUa. a Bo
liemlnn boy twelve years of age , waiidrowiioti
to-day while In swimming in tlioMlssour
river neat the foot of Olive street. About c
doen other boys were In swimming wltti
him , nonn of whom could swim. The boelj
was recovered.
Thu German Stntc.
On next Sunday the attraction n
Metz's garden will be "Bis dor llcchti
Kommt , " an operetta by Unmbort , in tw <
aets. The principal characters In thi
will bo borne by Mrs. Piils-Ahl and Mr
Ulip , while in the second pieeo , "Kr is
Nloht Kifcsuechtiir , " the leading eharac
tor will bo sustained by , ) enn Bnnrcis
assisted by tlio other members of tin
Sweat mi Julius.
Yesterday morning a swarm of bees so
tied down on the mail box attached to tin
lamp-post at the corner of Tenth ami
Farnam streets. Julius Meyer procurc <
h box and making thn proper opening ;
therein placed it under the swarm ant
in a sliort while had the honied colon ;
sately hived. _
Found a 1'ockotbook.
Robert C. Miles , night clerk at the
Metropolitan hotel , found a pocketbool
which some person in the crowd runninf
to the early alarm of lifts hud evident ! ; )
dropped. The pockctbook contains t
small amount of money und can be re
covered by describing property.
A Hop at Mnnawn.
A grunel ball will bo given by thi
Northwestern band of DCS Moines , Prof
Tliaycr leader , at Hotel Manawi
evening. Busses will leave tin
Broadway depot upon arrival of all traini
after 4 o'clock , and reduced rates will bi
Hun Over.
Yesterday morning the two-yenr-ole
child of H. B. St. John , ot Sixteenth ane
Clark streets , fell out of his father's buggi
and was run over by one of the wheels o
the sume. Ilo was not painfully injured
Grocoi-H1 Clerks.
A petition is being circulated by the
grocery clerks of the city to have the
The meeting of the local superintend.
enU of Suuday-bchools which wai to take
tilace last night in the Dodge Street Pros
byterinn church , luis been postponec
until September.
Holt I/Inn Tnxes.
County Treasurer Bollu has made on' '
hU bill aztiinst the Belt line for taxes on
thuir right ot way purchaser. The union n
is * 1,8T.
, _ _ _ _ _ _
Qiuiur Accounting.
OJIAHA , Xuli. , July 23. To the ftlito
of the BEK : The reports of the director
of the different country schools show i
varied and peculiar style of bookkeeping
That from Bob Taylor , director of lis
trict No. W , is peculiarly noticeable. Onl ;
two items are mentioned , fl,300 fo
teachers nnd ft,500 for "other purposes. '
The taxpayers of 53 would like some explanation
planation of the moaning of "other pur
poses. " If it includes expenditures fo
fuel , rents , etc. , why is it that tin
nmounu are not placed opposite tin
proper pjaces on the blanks furniFhed
"Other purposes" at a cost of | 1,5&
seems to be a rather costly article. . NevI
I us a party lutorostod , am in favor o
itemized accounting , and would like t <
some liilit on the subject.
A Short Description of Each of the 'Nev
Officers Ohosen ,
An Athletic , Pine Looking Hot of Moi
The Grnml Army of tlio
Ilcptiuliu Well Ilcjire-
Holow is n sliort sketch of each of th' '
now men added to tlio police force. Tlio ;
are n manly lot of cops. The oldest mat
appointed is forty-two , tlio younfjos
twenty-three , tlio average ago bcmj
Frank Johnson Is a strong , well-bull
fellow of thirty-four. Ho is a brlel
moulder by trade and has resided li
Omuha two years. Ilo served for som
time in the army , and is strongly recom
mended by the olUclnla with whom In
Anthony Vanous was born twenty
three years ago in Cedar Hapids , la.
and is of Bohemian blood. He is a prom
isiug youny fellow , nearly falx feet in hi
stockings and has been married about :
year. Ones good feature of his appoint
inent is Ins thorough acqunlnUmco wit !
the Hohcinlan tongue , for which ho wil
find continual use in his new position.
Patrick T. llavoy is a native of Bridge
port , Conn. , mid has resided in Onuuv
nearly live years. Ilo is about twenty
seven years old , weighs one hundred am
seventy pounds , and is the perfect pintiir
of physical health. Ho is n leather lin
ishcr by trade , and has served as a non
commissioned ollicer in the regular arnr
for live yours.
Michael Kissano is a check clerk at tin
Union Pacific freight house. Ilo is i
native of the KmoraTd isle , but came ti
America in his early boyhood. Ilo I
twenty-nine years old. and live feet tci
in height , and has livoct in Omaha fo
live years.
Willard E. Clark is al&o twcnty-nim
years old. During Iho past year ho ha ,
been driving on the street car line It
Ilanscom pars , and is a man of inatr
friends. Ho is nearly six feet in heigh"
and is a machinist by trado.
( icorgn B. Curry is also a street cai
driver. Ho is a rugged athletic fallow
six feet two and a half inches in height
and is about twenty-eight years old. 1I <
is a native nt Mun\rcl : county. Illinois.
J. H. Savage is a native of Boston , am
the storms of thirty-bovon winters havt
rested lightly on his rotund ligure. Hi
looks ulmcHt strong enough to nope will
his follow townsman , John L. Sullivan
and is doubtless capable of rendering ex
cellent bervice in Ins new olllce.
A. V Ward is a six-footer. Ho is a na
live of Wisconsin , having been born a
St. Croix Falls twenty-seven years ago
Most of his life he has been a clerk , bu
at present he is doing police duty it
South Omalm.
George F. Mahood is a hamhomp , lincl'
built fellow of thirty-five , and strange t't
say is a Mnglo man. Ho is bright , kcei
and ready , and in intelligence and ap
poaraneo is a model for a inotropolitai
policeman. Ho served one term in tin
Fifteenth U. S. infantry and did gallan
serve. It is to be hoped that in his nev
position he will meet the expectations o
Ins friends ,
William Cullen is a native of Ireland
and is thirty-three years old. He. too
has done good service in the Unitee
States army , was a corporal in the in
fnntry and also served in the quarter
master's department. Ilo has uoen !
resident of Omaha six years , and eiurinp
that tinio lias been employed in tin
boiler shops. He is temperate and fruga
and has already accumulated a neat sun
for a rainy day.
Benjamin F.Walkcr.anothor six-footer
is from Indiana and is forty-ono year ;
old. He has served on the Omaha poliei
force before and did good service , bu
was rnmovt'd through political influence
Ho , too , has worn the blue and fough
for his country's Hag. At present he i :
deputy sherin" .
George W. Lowry served a year in tin
Sixty-ninth Illinois volunteers , being a
the time only a boy of eighteen. He dii
gallant service , however , and receive !
an honorable dismissal. Ilo i
forty-two years old , six feet high
nnd weighs about 200. He is a railroai
conductor ot long experience , and ha
been a resident ot the Gate City fou
George W. Raworth is forty , und previous
vious to his election to the polmo forci
ho lias been a conductor on the Union Pa
cilie railway. He is a man of line phy
siquc , is well educated , and gives up hi
position as a conductor so as to be mori
at home \vtli his family.
Simpson Osborn will drive the patrol
Ilo has for four years been a driver fo
the i'acilio express ; he is a man wol
qualified tor his new position , is intelli
gent , and understands thoroughly tin
care of horses. Ho is thirty-eight , am
has lived in Omaha fourteen years.
D. J. Hyau is a Canadian by birth. HI
came to Omaha at the age of fifteen an *
has lived hero for twenty years. Ho i
thoroughly acquainted with the city. Hi
is o\er MX feet high , and is of well built
compact frame. At present ho is serving
ing the Union Pacific railway in the ca
pauity of cheek clork.
Edmund M. Scanlon is from the count'
of Kerry , Ireland. He won full title ti
American citizenship by five yoars' faith
fnl service in the Filth United States cav
airy. Ho is a tailor by trade , is thirty
four years old and a man of line appear
A. C. McCrackon was born in Ohii
about thirty years ago. Ho is a bright
inttillig'-nt , well educated gentleman. H
was for throe vcars deputy shenlT o
West Side , Crawford county , Iowa. Fo
three years ho was a commercial travele
and since his residence in Omaha ha
been i-ngagod in the real estate business
A moru competent man could not b
chosen for the place.
William H. Snoop was in the army fo
five years , holding Iho position of set
geant in company I1' of the Second infan
try , and has been most btrongly rcconi
mended for his new position by Genera
W heaton. Snoop is a native of Indiana
Jcsso Newman is the only one of th
now appointees of southern birth o
npgro blood. He is a fine looking , athleti
imilaUo of 29 years. Ho is sober and in
dustrious and has accumulated sorn
property. Among the men who recommended
mended him were Pctor Williams am
Dr. M. O. Hiekotts , which doubtless liai
much to do with his appointment. New
man has been a resident of Omaha for 1
years and is well acquainted with the city
Vncklni : House Matters.
Karly in the spring the BEK montlonci
the fact that Mr. Mycrson , formerly o
Sbccly & Co. , and Mr. Buchanan , for
mcrly manager at J. E. IJoyd's packinj
house were considering the question c
building a packing house at the stoc !
yards. They have a last decided to buili
a house with a capacity of about 500 hog
per day , and the only question remain
ing to bo settled is the exact location o
the bouse. Messrs. Mycrson & Buchanai
are anxious to have the house as nca
the yards as possible and have se
looted a spot near the brick yard , wbicl
will bo convenient both to the yards am
to the side tracks. The stock yard
company will hold a meeting in a fov
days , at which tlioy will decide M ti
whether they will bo allowed to build 01
that ground or on thn grounds imrao
diatoly joining tha Swift packing house
Although tlio cnpacity of thuir house wll
not bo very large , it ffill not /all f
sliort of being as largo , as the old hiptoi
house or the Hammond hog house
Messrs. Mycrson & Buchanan are vcr ,
popular with the stuck/1 yards people ntv
their decision to go into business ther
will be a source of general satisfaction.
A few additions , and improvement
have boon made in the Armour hog housi
which , although only the beginning of
series of extensive auditions , lias ii
creased the capacity of > the house froi
about GOO hogs per dftjto 1,000 or 1,10 *
Armour is already engaged in figuring o
plans for several uuw1 , windings. Con
tractors were at the y.ifds a few days ag
and estimated the coMr/of / removing th
high ground back of the present house s
$20,000. The ground in question is oul
about two acres in extent ,
Prospective Htnrn.
The result of the recent meetings (
the police and flro commissioners wi
announced yesterday afternoon in the a
pointment of the following officers :
Frank-Johnson , Patrick Havcy , Antoii
Banouns , Minlmo ! KibSano , W. L. Clark
( i. B. Curry , A. C. McCracken. John 1
Savage , A. F. Ward , G. F. Mayhoot
William Collins. B. F. Walker , U. V
Lowry , G. W. Hayworth , Simpson V. O
borne , I ) . J. Hyan , E. M Si'aiilou , W. I
Slioup , Ji-sso Isowmau , ( colored. )
These men are to report on the first <
next month , when they will bo assignc
to duty.
_ The commission also had under coi
sidoration charges against a number (
older officers , but had not decided xipo
the action they would take n-spcctin
many of the accused ones. Tills wi
probably be done to-morrow.
It is thought there will bo some sens :
tional events when discharges are mad
among the old mon. The rumor is thr
prominent members of the council hav
issued the private manifesto to tlio boj
that In case of di'chargo they must IK
give up their stars nor recognize th
order of the commission. The new ai
pointeos will not bo recogni/.ed by th
council , and some of tlio members ast > ci
this openly. It has boon observable tin
Captain Dun" Grei'n , the first appointc
of the commission , has so far bee
ignored by the city fathers.
John Ooodlct Is Held Up By Tiv
High wnyinon.
About 11:30 : last night , as John Good
lot. jr. , salesman for S. P. Morse & Co
was returning to his home at 3133 Popple
ton aveniip , ho was suddenly confrontc
by two highwaymen near the corner c
Twenty-second and Pierce streets. Th
locality is a lonely one after dark an
allbrds many hiding places , and so sudde
was the r.pperanco of the robbers th ;
tlio first intimation Mr. Goodlct had c
their presence was the glittering barn
ot a revolver protruded in his face. Thi
was in the hands of a white man. Hi
confederate , a negro , hold an overgrow
Arkansas toothpick , within eas
reach of Mr. j.podlet's thro :
and scntentiously remarked , "hand
up. " Goodlet promptly oboye
while the highwaymen went through hi
pockets , and relievcd.hjinof . a gold waU >
and chain and soinfe , loose change. Mi
Gooillet very fortunjjtlel.v had but littl
money about him , at the time , havin
taken the precaution earlier in the ever
ing to send a large-amount of mono
homo by his brother. The robbers wer
much disgusted with the f-omowlui
meagur plunder , but lot Mr. Goodlet p.v
on without further jinolestation. H
promptly fcummoned \ police , and Job
Jones , a negro corresponding with th
description of thn colored highwaymor
was captured and lodged in the city jal
The other robber is still at largo.
The llcnt of Summer iMelUnc Dowi
the Salvation Army.
The adjunct of a cornet blower to th
musical attractions of the Salvation arm
doesn't appear to have augmented tha
body to any material extent. Neither ha
it added much to the attention which th
Salvationists create as they march throng
the streets of the city. Last night th
army consisted of the leader of the ban
and tlio player on the loud-tonoU come
two sisters beating tambourines , thu ba- >
drum artist and a companion and tw
privates of the rear rank. As a matte
of fact , the soldiers havn fallen ofl' i
numbers , people in carriages turn off o
side streets to avoid the army and fewc
persons line the route of inarch. It is
noticeable and peculiar fact that religion
icvivals do not thrive in warm weathei
The salvation enthusiasts iloui
i.sh best in cold weathei
People's fears of a lurid an
tathomloss horeaftar cannot bo mate
riaily worked upon with the thcrmomete
caressing the nineties. It is in the dee
and dreary midwinter , when thcmcrcur
is away down , that the revival does moi
llourish. Jusst why this should be so i
perhaps duo to the strange contradh
tions of which the human family is inad <
Stonings , public insults , arrest an
incarceration all combined couldn
plmo the salvation army in the late daj
of the winter and the raw ones of sue
ceeding spring. But now now th
salvation army is falling into innocuon
Collision Uctweena Fruit Cftr and a
Kxprcss Truck ,
Travel is rather heavy nowadays onth
Union Pacific and the overland trai
which leaves this city at 8:20 gcnarall
goes out in sections. Last night the trai
came into the depot on the second tracl
north of the platform. The first trac
was reserveil for section No. 1. Who
the train proper came in Mr. McKonni
in charge of the Pacific Express con
pany's business at the depot , had his me
and trucks on hand , ready for the trail
for of parcels. Ono truck , in charge e
William W. Thurston , was drawn up t
tlio express car on the second track. II
had a pile of goods to handle tha
stacked up , looked like pvramid. Sue
donly on track N9i B fruit car wr
backed down without any warninf
as is always the custom. The const
quenco was that it istrhick the expre ;
truck , knocked over Vi Ibt of empty cign
boxes consigned to a party in Frcmoi
and crushed Mr. Thur-tton against th
par. Ho was taken from his penlou
position in a few momtjnts and remove
to the express office , \\-liuro it was fonn
that ho was seriously { Injured on the le
Hide. The damage totho boxesamountc
to a trifle , but tho'railroad men an
others around were outspoken in the :
feelings towards the. , { { rakoinan who.
carelessness caused tlio collision and s
seriously injured Mr. ' lurston. (
Allilectlo Kntnrtalnmcnt.
There will bo a gramTpicnic and athleti
entertainment at Hascall's park , Sunda ;
under auspccics of the Thurston ho ;
company , the proceeds of which are t
bo devoted to the payment of the con
panv's expenses to tlio tournament , t
bo held in Loadvillo early in Augus
Among other sports there will bo a , 1 (
yard handicap foot race , open to th
world , for a cash pruo of $100 , for wluc
Bryan , Whitney , Campbell , Jo
freys , Brezee , Hughes , Kendal
Cunningham , Clark , Fletcher , Ashingoi
Thompson and Buniau are already en
tercd. There will bo several other races
both professional and amateur , in iiddl
tion to numerous other attractions qf ai
athletic character. That the aftornooi
will bo an , enjoyable ono , there is fii
room for doubt , and as the cause is :
meritorious oho , a largo attendant
should mark tlio occasion.
KncouraRlngork ol'ttio Committee
Ymtorilay A Kmv Pointer * .
Yesterday Prof. Gillcsplo , ox-Senator
Saunders and Colonel Chase , who arr
prominent local movers in the Confer
encnof Charities and Corrections , made
calls on some leading Oniahans. Thoj
say they were most cordially and prac1
tically received and their Initiatory tri |
was moat encouraging. H should be ro
incmbercd that tlio funds the committee
are collecting is not for thu purpose ol
entertaining or supporting thu delegates
while hero. They never aneopt any sucl
kindncs es , and in fact passed a resolu
tlou to that ellect at their last meeting
It is only for the purpose
of paying for the exposition build
ing during thu week of session , alsc
printing , stenographic work , publishing
the proceeding1 * , etc. The committee bu :
licves that all Omaha should bu alive te
the importance of the gathering , and , ai
they expressed it , in the language of tin
day , "chip in. " The following lutte-i
from Mrs. Dr. Uinsmoor explains itself
OMAHA , July 28. All persons ho nr <
nicmbuis ol any charitable association nre tij
virtue * of such iclntlonsiilp members of tin
"National conference of clmrltlcs nnd cor
rectimis , " which holds Its annual session It
Omaha , Nob. , this year , cotinnuncliiK Angus
2Ti and endlncon the Hist , Jlutcls and rail
roads make liberal terms , l.ct uncli soclt-t ]
solid one or moio dcIcRiitcs with nimpcr stat
IIIK that fact. Thu confeicnco will welcotiu
them ns uiumijcrs.
Secretary of the' National Cunfeiunci ) o
Charities and Corrections.
NoteHOfthe IVogri-BM Made In Its 1'rc
At the last meeting of the council per
mission was given to crado the roae
leading to the ground on which the nox
encampment of the soldiers of this state
is to be held.
The intent of the managing committee
is to make this the grandest success thai
has nvor been attained in a reunion in
this city.
By way of describing tlio grounds and
other features the committee * have is
sued a small circular which reads as fol
lows :
"An elegant campground , in full viov
of the city , with abundant tontago am :
eating facilities have been provided. /
full and enjoyable * programme for ovcrj
day naval engagements , camp fires ane' '
music at night , Every one who can pos >
Hibly do so should take this opportunity
of .isiting tlio largest city in the stated
which will bo gayly decorated for the no-
casion , and extend you a cordial wel
come. "
This is perhaps tlio last reunion
which will bo held in this state outside ol
Grand Island , where , it is expected the
reunions will heicaftcr take place annu'
One of the attractions sought for by the
committee of arrangements has been thi
battery of artillery from Fort Loavcii'
worth. Permission was granted by the
war department for its appearance or
the condition that the committee would
pay tlio expense of the transportation. S
H. H. Clark , of the Missouri Pacific , was
written to about the matter and he has
kindly ofTercd to convey tlio battery to
this city free of charge. This will re
quire the use of five cars. Mr. Gibbon
chairman of the committee , received no
tilication to this effect last night froir
Mr. Clark himself.
When troubled by sleeplessness.try a hoi
drink when poiiuj to bed , made of the
uonuino Brown's Ginger. A teaspoonfu
or so , and some boiling water , sweetenei
to the tasto. Philadelphia , 1822.
Iho Fair nnd Qunrnntlno.
Secretary McShauo is taking unusual
precautions to sno that nothing will pro1
vent the attendance of fine cattle from
abroad. The amount of talK that ha ;
been indulged in of late with reference
to quarantine regulations would poem to
operate against the attendance of a first
class display of stock from neighboring
states. But this matter has been so at'
tended to by Mr. McShano that nc
trouble need bo feared in the premises
Ho is now sending out his instructions
which show that there are quarantine
rules against stock from Kansas , Mis
souri , Iowa , Wyoming , Min
nesota or Dakota. There is quaran
tine nile against cattle , how
ever , from Illinois. Cattle oomine
from Iowa , Missouri and Minnesota wil
not be delayed on the east side of the
river by the veterinarian at that point
They will bo shipped immediately to the
fair grounds , where Dr. Kumacmtti , ol
this city , tlio deputy tor the state live
stock commission , will reecivo the necoS'
sary affidavits. This arranceniPiit wil !
bo a source of great accommodation te
parties who intend to be prciPiit , ane :
thpro arc now demands for space from
nearly all the above states.
A Good Appointment.
A special telegram from Washington
announces the appointment of James B
Lazear , of Omaha , by the comptroller ol
the currency , as national bank inspectoi
for Dakota. Mr. La/.car is now a partne'i
of Mr.C. T. Taylor in the insurance busi
ness , but was formerly in the banking
business at Brooklyn , N. Y. , and later
cashier in the First National bank : u
Central Citv. Ilo comes from an eli
banking family , and is said to be an o\
pert accountant ami financier. The
bankers of Omaha are unanimous in en
dorsing the appointment of Mr. Lar.ear a :
a fine one.
Albrleht'B Car.
A representative party of Omaha'f
moneyed men , accepted W. G. Albright's
invitation and started for Kearney lasi
evening in the chartcreel Pullman cai
Ormas. It seems there is to bo sonic real
estate dealing in Kearney to-day , am !
that the thirty gentlemen leaving Omahc
last night thought they would go up anil
look on. The party was a jolly one , ane !
it is ten to one that the porter will not be
called upon to "unfold the drapery ol
his berths on wheels" untii Fremont It
reached. There were some at the dopol
who said tlio party was not going up OE
real estate business , but only to enjoy s
ride on the lakes of "Kil-Koarney or
Commodore Juan Boyle's steam yacht.
If you sufTer pricking pains on moving
the eyes , or cannot bear bright light , am !
find vour sight weak and failiui ; , yov
should promptlv iiaei Dr. J. II. McLcan't
Strengthening Eye S.ilve. 2 > cenU a box
IMillhln Mill On Dnck.
The report that Manager Bryan , of the
Des Moines base ball club , has been ap
peiinted manager of the Omaha club ir
place of Mr. Philbin. is a ridiculous mis
take. The failure of Mr. Bryan as a man
, igor is too \\ull known for tlio Onmln
club to trust their destiny in his hands
while tliu , management of Mr. Philbin hat
been satisfactory both to players and di
Presbyterian Picnic.
The members of the Dodge street r.ml
North Omaha Presbyterian churches
went to PlatUmouth yesterday morninf
for a day's recreation. There were four
cars filled , the number of those participat
insrin the joyous tripbuing about ! MO , The
affair was in charge of 0. 11. Hal-
lou , nnd merriment ruled UK
hour. The major portion ol the oxe.ur
siouisU were children , but uiauy vtiuratta
llkd Dr. Denlso , Mr. Pcrlno and Mr , Nal
lou were em hand to sco that ovorythlni
pushed on" in accordance with the rule
Of right royal plcasuie.
Itnlihcd n llnckmnn.
Charles F. Mora , a hack elrivcr , whll
passing up Eighteenth between Shonnai
nnd Clark streets was met this mornini
about half past 2 o'clock when hu wa
knocked down by two thugs , ono of then
striking him with a bill
while the other kiokei
him in thu sldu and stomach. 11
was finally thrown into the ditch , am
when they jumped on him and sue
ecedod in getting ; $15 all the money h
had. Morres' clothes were badly torn
and he was badly used up in general
The assailants were white men. No at
The Omaha Presbytery , comprising th
Presbyterian churches of this city , Fro
inont and Plattsmouth , will meet in th
Second Presbyterian church , Sevontecnt
and Dodge streets , on next Tuesday n
2M : ! j ) . in.
Uov. John Gordon , of the Park Avcnu
Presbyterian church , has gone to Pitt !
burg on a four weeks' visit , and will return
turn with his family.
Hev. A. 11. Dcanc will occupy the pttl
pit of the Second Presbyterian church o
next Sunday.
The picnic of the Southwest Prosbytc
rlan Sunday school will lake place te
day at Hauscom park.
Hrevltlc * .
Mrs. Eckborg , an insane woman , wa
sent to Nenvull. la. , yesterday , in charg
of Constable Babor. She had been sen
over from Iowa to the Douglas count
poor house , but , it being discovered tlui
she belonged at Newell , she was shinne- -
thither for the people of that county t
James AI. Darner and Antony Quln :
filled up last evening with beer , am
made a raid on the laundry of a colestln
named Sue Wan. They first prctondei
that he had attempted to cheat them o
the price of their washing , and the :
jumped upon him nnd commenced t
pommel him mercilessly. The police in
terfured , however , and they were loekei
up for thu night.
G. N. Mclvan , U. S. A. , is at the Pas
John Christamsen , Lincoln , is doini
the city.
L. W. Mcttlor , Humphreys , is at th
C. Toft , of Avoca , Nob. , was in the citj
last night.
H. A. Moses , Woonsockot , Dak. , is a
the Windsor.
James M. Wood , of Rapid City , Dak.
is in the city.
W. Crantch , St. Elward , Nob. , is at th
John 1. Itobinson , Ann Arbor , Mich. , i
at the Pnxton.
E. I ! . Morns was in the city yeslcrela
irom Fremont.
James H. Ilolruan , Lincoln , was in th
city yesterday.
J. W. Clarke , of Weeping Water , wa
in Omaha yesterday.
Airs. J. We > ods and daughter wore a
the Paxton yesterday.
J. H. Frank , Springfield , Neb. , was a
the Arcadu yesterday.
Henry C. Decker , of Fremont , was a
the Windsor yesterday.
O. N. Ramsey took tlio overland trail
for Portland , Ore. , last night.
L. W. Hastings , of the Aurora ( Neb ,
Republican , is at the Millard.
J. M. KilmisLoii , Lincoln , was rcgis
tercel at the Cozzens yesterday.
Jndson Becaunon , of Geneva , Neb.
was an Arcade guest yesterday.
Orlando Tell't and wife , of Avoca , Neb ,
were guests at the Millard ypstcrday.
H. C. Morton was up from Lincoli
yesterday and regisicreel at the Windsor
B. J. Fitzgerald , a business man fron
Auburn , Nob. , was at the Paxton yester
F. C. Eberly , ono of the leading arohi
tccts of Denver , has come to locate ir
Isaac Pollard , of Niobrara , and A. J
Frey , of Kearnc } * , were at the Coz cn
yesterday ,
Frank Carruth and wife , of Plaits
ineiuth. Neb. , were registered at the Mer
chants yesterday.
J. R. Smith , wife and daughter , am
Miss Aplin , of Scribncr , took dinner yes
tcrday at the Canfield.
Miss Sarali Brady , ono of the popula :
young lady clerks at S. P. Morse's , lofi
Yesterday meirning for a two months
vacation at her homo in New York.
Mrs. T. A. Minor and children , o
Craig , and Mrs. Dr. Mead , of Plattu Center
tor , were in Omaha yesterday.
Superintendent Dickonson and Assist
ant Superintendent Cumings wunt t <
Choycnno last night in special ear 02.
Fred F. Noble , of Lander. Wyo. , ane
N. C. Clary , of Pocatello , Idaho , wen
guest * at tin * Millard hotel yesterday.
William Nicholson , for several yenn
in the employ of John S. Caulliold , boo !
seller and stationer , left tor Kansas ( Jit1
last n it'll I. If his success in his r.ev
home can bo measured by the kim
wishes of his Omaha friends Mr. Nicliol
son will bo preeminently successful a1
his merits deserve.
KINNKY Mary Lnuietla , dmis-hter o
Daniel Kluney , nBe < i jp months and 1
Funeral from the family residence , JR1
Webster street , Friday , July 29 , at S p. in
Interment In St. Mary's cemetery.
Hnlldlni ; Perrnltx.
The following building permits wen
issued yesterday by Superintendent Whit
lock :
A. Dorn , one-story frnmn cottage ,
Thlrttomtit } and Sewurd . S CO
P. ( \ Klllott , emo-storv tramo rottaue ,
Twenty-ninth nmt Di'llono . 5 35
Edward N. Miller , ntio-and-a-half-stnry
frampcottnjje. BecKinnn n venue near
Tliajer . , 4&
Father .lonnctto , bisemrnt brick story
to church , Fourteenth and C.istell.ir 3,001
Father ( ilauber , to remn'lcl church ,
Douglas l < etf.\e'en Sixteenth and
Snyentoonth . S.V
Genruo W. Doaiie , brick laundry to
duelling , Tw Mity-lirst and Chicago 271
J. K. Kjiowles , to leumih'I hullilini :
and additions , Pecatur between
Twenty-sixth and T\\enty-soxentti . SO
C. II. Foster , ( inei-and-a-h'ilt story
frame cottage , Fourth mid Pleuvaut 1,00
0 H. Ciaiiion , ono-and-a-quarter-story
fraiiieidwellinir , Millard near Francis 1,00
W. J. Maxwell , mic-story frnmo addi
tion and remoiletl ( IvvtlllMU , 'llnrty-
sotonth near .Mujon . V >
Total . s"c..t7i
TJio TjoncPHt Stri'ot KnlJway ,
The longest fctreet railway in thn worli
will bo that which is to run between :
number of towns ne-ir Bur HOB Ayre-s. 1
will also bocivcoptionnl in that s'eoplnt
cars will bo run on it lor the convnnienc *
of through pa'-sengor.s. Tlnj sleeping car :
and all the othetr equipments of tire IIIK
are being supplied by a Philadulplii :
linn 'I'hcso sleeping cars are furnishoi
with four berths each , which are wide U
roll up whejn not in use. The e-ars are
furnished with lavatories , water-coolers
linen presses and other conveniences , an <
are finished throughout with mahogany
The other rolling stock comprise foui
dmbln-dcoked ( ) open e'jr.i , twenty D'.at'
form cars , twenty gnud-.i-t oars , - > i\ re
f i iterator cars , four poultry car * f"ir
ni.sheji with coops , riulil Rattle can , lur
( tarni ; ! : car for liiuajf iustofy
ada two l.umirc'1 buz CM * .
% t Killed "by n Frolclit Trnln , T
At about ono o'clock this morning an
unknown jnnn about thirty-live years old
was run over and killed by a freight
train in the B. & M. yards. The man
was sleeping on the tracks. He had been
elrlnking. Dr. Robcrtand | his assistant ,
Mr. Max Rich , were callcel , but when
they arrived life was almost extinct. The
body was taken to Drexel & Maul's ami
the coroner notified. The inquest will beheld
hold this morning.
nr.lIOT.n , "Bwppt Sixteen. " wlin romps In1
tlio nrohurit , mor the nuadmm , rlilinon tlin
fpnliridi. mmliliM ovi r tlio jmmntnliu mid i > n-
JOTS all ( he IM | 1y nutitonr Kill" ' " ' l MxirN ,
vl IIIT I'uoc , .Ncrli , Alum niul Unmix nro
I HTfl'Ct plUUIl'Jor lIOMUtJ.UtllOlUlll. ! llllrt.'ma
b y uslUK
Magnolia Balm
for lliD 'uiiiuli > xlnii > It inatr n Inily of in
b ut / O.Tin n Iliumlm * I.lqulit ,
niiplltil In UiitlCnn'i IIP ni'KM'U'il.
AlmUs tl.o III vlVivUnf II , n , Drr.lnclr
\ t'ulliei' . Ii-'nnwnv lin Tan , i unliiirii ,
1 i cell I CM , Ti'llcr nli.l CM ry Skin lllcinldi.
AVomlcrlnll ) Itctrrolilnu. faku 1Cllll
you to lli > iSc.-uluruninl ! Ilounlulns.
who doi-li-os n perfect CORSET
WOUISTES CORSE [ CO. . ! IS and ! ! 0 Barktt M , , Chicago
IHils will bu rocoivoil by thn board of public
Inuils uiul buildings nt liny tlino lioforo August
l.r > , 1837 , at 2 ) i. m.for ( Intuitions forttiolociitlon
for the "Ne't > rnskn Itnlustrlnl Home. " Drill ill
rlchts rn or > < 'rt. Ilr orrtur of unM bonrd.
Julyffll. J8S7. O.I. LAWS , Sccrolary.
ju29il to iiitRlu
OfficesSouth Omahi UoomS , Hunti nuilninjMalta
Omaha Ho. mG , over Oiraidorclnl Nntlnnnl Hunk.
nr Dr. MipJIkor's mnthoil No operation ! Na
No lluittiiilon ( rum luminous AdaiituJ to chlldraa
well ar irown pjut'lu ' llunilivtlj or uiiluumpa
e. lluiinhil on r.lo. All biulness Blrlctly coiitldoQ
IMtOF. \ . I > . COOK ,
Room C , 1011 Douglas St. , Oinalm , Neb.
! ! 20 South Ifitb street , Oniali.t.
Room 25 , Paxton Block , Omaha.
313 South llth Street.
y at
rtooin S , Kir-nzcr Illock. Opposite rostoffirf.
mt. c. KO.SIWATIII : ; ,
Physician and Surgeon ,
: ms. 12th 6t.cor. riirmnn. lion lliir.lc llinlJ-
itip 'Klupliono SOI.
KTomoopatli ,
Room 8'22 N. 16th st. , O'naha. OHke hour *
0 to 11 a.m. , 2 to 4 p.m.
lU'sidtiiiee , OOBi N. 17li ( St.
O. S. HOFFMAN , M. D. , T
3Pli7" _ = iclcuT. an
OlHci : , N'-\V Cm lllh and DouKlas.
Office Telephone 4ri5Hcs ; Telephone , 42
Surgeon att < l fij/n errofoy/sf. /
Omce Ilonri. lOtn 13 Stoi-7 to'l.
Ollirn.lUinjoIlloct , IMh and U.irnur
Office , N-\\r Cor 1 lib and Douglas Bt.
Office Telephone ; Res Telephone , 503
IPii-ysiciari. and
ReMilonco , Vn H'lTJonrR ' street. ODIco , Will ) .
nrjl niiipK. 'J'olopliono , roiiilonin 1-5 , ollloo
11. W. CONNKLL , M. D.
EZsmecopatlii'st ,
Office , 313 S. 14th fct. Tolcpboiie ,
3. V. COHHISH , M. D. ,
Cor. i0lh ! niul J.ake KtR.
DR , A , F , JONAS ,
Pii'licc ' Liinilcd to a
Olllcn Aiiinutini Hlfprlc , Hoonu lUiincI II Doituc Hi ,
' 0. OUlco tiourt. jlo itn , 13. . J to l p , u
' "
PKI.VTIXC ; to. ;
Printers , Book Binders
Maauf irt-Ji n. Hat I0 nij
ubs.N'ub. J.KJ F.lrllc , .
lata.lroiUitiita r < > I I'tltpkeu * Mo. 1 *

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