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L - - - 'rIlE OMAhA \ DAILY . IJ Jn .j'lUOA : , Sl 'TJM1ull 13 , 18 ! .
- Valkyrlo wanl1 moro room than Ihe then
. htul . Itealer nhout tUrIOUIY ortrlnr the
! xcurlion boatl and tugs c\'cn further back
Al obcycII orIcr .
With the fnelt chance for a clear antI
, ' oven start that ever was given for an Amerl.
ca'l CUll race the committee fred the
. .1)efentlcr case,1 ,
L preparatory gun at 1:10. : .etemltr .
a
; oft her shoots to the ful and headed .Io..n
the line , a be1utful picture and . 'Iook out
her spinnaker anll baleen Jib topsail a she
crosaed the starting pout. ValkyrIe came
croler tartng Jlnt.
up tram the ! nthwarr anti rounded the lightship -
ship In a croleRR' Fort of faFilion . crolng
the Ino within one Reconel of hanrlcall tinio .
the HUn proclaiming the enl of the latter
penid . heore fixed at 1:22. : two minutes
, . after the hlrtng Ilgnal. AR Mon al Val.
kyrle croset1 she came up Into the wInd
and everybody knew that Iho had quit.
.
Defeneler went on with everything dnitw- .
Ing In the light breeze of about IWo IleR an
hour over a smooth sea , just the sort ot con-
Iltlonl that Ihould suit Valkyrie. She
rounelcll the outer mark at 1 :26:58. : : and as she
dId EO there was a general ringing hurrah OR
reat e though she had a goo" , game corn-
vetltor. Al durIng the beat home the wind
increased In power all as the champion lay
, over sometimes with Ice Icruppef under ,
she presented a sight that made the onlookers .
lookers cheer. As she was approaching the
tnlsh ! Ir. ieln yelled through a megaphone
to the committee boat : "Do you wIsh me
to cross the line ? " Ho received no answer
antI relll.\te,1 , tha question. Again no answer
10 Delenrer went over at 4:04:3G. : : She was
greeted with another most enthusiastic sa-
lute as she did so. The time taken by the
committee represented that she went over
the courlo In 414:22. : With the twcnty.nlne
seconds ( line allowance her corrected time
waR :43:34. : : .
Later In the afternoon an attempt was
made to see I.orr iunraven. lie was Invis-
Ible. His friend and adviser , Hear Commo-
( lore Glennie . said that hIs lordship ball gone
away up Into the country somewhere , he did
nol know whore. In answer to a question
whether or not Dnnra\'en would sail In a
race or series of raceR al Newport or Mar-
bleheati away from the maddening crowd ot
New York , for I cuP. : Mr. Gennie replied
that he thought Il vary unlikely. Ho hardly
believed . that his lordship would again saIl
Valkyrie on this side , though h he could not
stab what would be done with Valkyrie In
tIm Immediate future. Ho said he Intended
to return ! to England very shortly and be
t had an Idea that Valkyrie would do the same.
When It was proposed that Defender might
' 0 across next year and race In England :
/
Mr. Gennie made no reply but turned Ln
hIs heel and bade the .eprter good night.
JUNI\ VEX S'I'ATIS Ills I'OSITIN.
Ciil i CII 11 i teeEnnbl. ' CI Ctlllll ) '
.
nHh HIs 1..tIUt."t.
NEW YORK Sept. 12.-The Amerlca's CUll
committee went Into session at 9:45 : o'cock.
after having dined wIth the Knickerbocker
club , together with the members ot the no-
gata committee. Ex.Conunollore Snilth.
chairman ot the committee , was seen Just
before the cOlmlttee met and In reply to the
question what he thought of Lord Dunrayen's
act In refusing to sail today's race . replied
that lS there had been several misunderstandIngs -
standIngs between Dunuven and htmself he
dId not Cdre to express an opinion. Mr.
Smlb gave I as hl' prIvate opinion that I
Lord Dunravcn believed Val.yrle was
faster than Defender Mr. Iselu would be
wlllg to race him In any part or the cone-
try for any amount from 1 cent to $3.000.
Soon after the comlltee went Into session
the following letter was posted on the html-
letn board : "The Amerlca's cup commite
received at 8 a. m. today . time following from
4ha nan nr lui.nrnunn'
. . . . . - . . . - . . - . . .
. ' 439 I'H'TI A VImU . NV YORK , Sept
11.-11i0 : a. m.-Dear Mr. CJnlehl"I have
just received your letter. I regret thaI beIng
engaged at the time yon amid Mr. Bucsle were
kind enough to call lt the Wahlort I could
not give a decided answer 10 the proposItIons
made In your short conversation. I have
since consIdered the matter carefully. Your
proposition to postpone the start until we
have suleent ! reel Is only one way out ot
several serIous difficulties mentioned In my
letter ot the 10th. and IC no solutIon can be
found to the IlfcuHos I must adhere to
my declson ! a9 expressed In that letter. lath
fully convinced the commltce have done and
would do tomorrow all In their power to
keep a clear course , bul under existing clr-
? cumstanee they are powerless. As I told
you I would sail It the commlte would take
It upon themselves to deckle , the { race tomor-
row' yold It Ln their Jutlgmneimt either vessel
was Interfered with by steamers and tugs.
I regret you are unable to agree to that. I
regret alco that the race fixed I for tomorrow
Would not be postpoued In order to give the
committee ample time to consider my former
letter . and I am sorry my letter was not de-
lvered to you sooner. As I explained to you
I was under , the impression the CUI ) committee .
tee heard time protest and pendfng a decIsion -
sion , I did not thInk It right to place the
letter In their Imanils. When I learned this
10rnlnl ; that the cup commIttee had nothIng
to do wth the protest I requested Mr.
Kersey , to whom I had entrusted the letter .
to hand I to you. In case you 110 not re-
celvo this tonight I shal take Valkyrie to
Sandy hook lightshIp tomorrow morning and
will cross the line to gIve Defender a start.
I enclose : copy ot a letter I have written to
Mr. IselLn and addressed to the New York
Yacht clnb. Yours very truly ,
. 'DUNIlAVEN. ' '
All the propositions of the ab\'e letter were
dlscu5ell between Lord Iunr.vcn and ( the
members of the committee at 9 p. m. yesler-
day 11.0 . reply given to those condItIons was
as follows :
" 1. 'hat It was Impossible to postpone the
race fixed for today on so short a notice .
" 2. That time race would not be started until
unt
a clear space for maneuvering was secured.
" 3. That the committee would not assume ,
the responsibIlIty ot agreeing to declare the
race voId It either vessel suffered from the
accompanying steamers. The commitee re-
greta that I was unable to send an answer
this morning. , \s. however Its reply would
have been made the same as that conveyed
verbally last night the fact of no answer
havIng been made Is unimportant. For ( the
comnmmiitt eo. )
: "JA 1S D. SMITH. Chairman.
"A. CASS C\NPI Ln. Secretary "
Lord lunraven tonight mara time followIng
explanaton ot his views to an Interviewer :
"I emit quite satsOel1 that I Cllot , oft New
York. salt a race for the Amerlca's cup under
- satisfactory conditions. The situation Is this :
I ro believe that I have n superior boat. I
do not believe that I should be subjected , to
an Insult front the regatta committee ot any
yacht club or from the representative of any
challenging synilicate. I was was not my
way : . I was forced to it. 'here Is a difference
of opinion aboard our hoat. I Is a slllllo
mater ot refusal to t sail under existing con-
Illons and rules.
"I Imow that I cannot get I show I saw
Hal ! 11t up hIs hehmit or then ht that I saw
it. I have no crltelsm to make upon W'atson
lo flred out I gooll boat. She crossed the
Atlantic ocean and I she could not win I
Is not the fault of Watson. Watson Is not
responsible , and of course you know It . for Iy
action. Valkyrie Is my yacht "
Time Atlantic club cntemplates an attempt to
' . arrangu a race. or I serIes or races between
Valkyrlo and Defender for a special ( cup to
COSt about 2000. The membcrs ot the club
will pTJ050 eIther one race or two out oft
t ; three all several ot thl'l are anxious to
. . wager Dunraven $20.000 to $50.000 that the
t , cup will be won by Defender.
lunra\l rIlL be allowed to arrange de-
tails . It the plan materializes . to chore the
waters between Sandy Hook anti , Mlrblehe d
and the date within the lmi ot Octob
1. to arrange thal the lublc , be k'pt In Ig-
10ranee ot tIme date and to select rules of
either the New York Atlantic or. Iarch.
. mont c\b. the three leallng clubs 01 the
, country , to govern the race.
l'nul'O'on . \ ' ' .
l'nul'O\ , \XU'I'IIn U.\C' .
1Ur. 1t11 1'luIT Cn Itmiet. wHit 1)e-
It'lth'r nt Al ) ' ' rliiie.
NEW YORK . Sepl. 12.-Upon relable In-
7 formaton It may be stated that General C.
U. Taylor of Doston hiss telegl"phel to Lord .
t Uuura\'en anti Mr helm In er t tbat as
S the races for the America's cup hsd hucll
\ an unsatisfactory termInation be will give
, , $5,000 for the purpose of procuring I cup
Dr trophy tb bo contested fur by Ietlullcr
{ and Valkyrle Mr . Taylor In his telegram
I' states the roce must take place art Marble-
I ' head. MuL . and that be I ready to make
the conditions for the race . asIde from the
location . to cult the gentemen representing
the two yschts.
I t Lord nunraven tonight malle the folo" .
t
I L. tag telpnu to the tel.ram from Genral
J Taylor of 1olton. offerIng a MUlchu.et8
1 cup for the IntenlltoDl1 yacht race ; .I
t. t magnanlmoul offer . but I can uy mmoth.
tog further until th6 matter hiss beu .
10J furthernt later ha bIl con-
sidered time the .
. Ildered at meeting or CUll C0111.
I
! , . pre.eal tee late . " this evening I which I .hll h
1r. heln uld' "I l l race Deedlr
.
anywhere at any time and for anythiaff. ,
I doeR not lie - wholly wih mc . howcer"
n % UI.I1 l'tl'IitM ? tT l'I.I\In ,
He'Ilol . tl Ih. I , It"Hlln CUllll'e
Uh..1 1.111. ! tttlfits'tltiii.
LONDON Sept. 12.-While the ton at the
best English newspapers In commenting upon
the decision of the cup committee . sustalnlol
Dofenmher's claln ot I foul In Tues < ay'R
race continues 10 be moderate It must bo
admitted that the committee's decIsion has "
produced a general feeling ot Irritton among
Englishmen. Adverse comments ot in-
dlvlduals are beard on all sMes. The Yachtsman -
man lu an article on the subject , dwells
upon the conduct ot the excursion steamers
! I
attending the race , 0111 says : "The frt II I
match could , hardly be cal l a race owIng
to the shametul Interference by excursion
steanters. I seems clear thai lu Tueday'a
race Udeller lost nothming by the accident ,
but was he.llen on merits lu the heat II wind-
ward. With rgard to Defeneler'R protest , It
Is l Impoulble as yet to form an oliniomm save
that It woul,1 , not have been lol/cd by
Valkyrie II hall the cases been reversed "
The Evening News sa'I : "The whole bimsi-
fleas savors of sharp' practIce. No one woulll
quarrel wih a decision ordering that the
race be resal ll. but we cannot stor.1cl a
PaPer victory awarded , to Detender "
The Pal Mal ( hasette . In course , ot a long
artIcle on the subject , dilates upon Irlt h
patience and geol temper , pertnacity and
IHluenehable love ot justice , and contnues :
.I Is not easy tn accept the decision . blt
we hope we are taking It as sportsmen . I Is
hardly e'luiable , but , according 10 the rules
of the game we accept It and will try again
I turns omit that Mr. ieln Is a sportsman i
race vltii " the bet ot usVe shah have another ,
The news or Valkyrlo's refusal to sail over
the coune off Sandy hook tOlhy was received -
ceived bore too hate for comment In the
evenln papers. The entire pess ot Lonihon. . ,
however ha\e long dwelt upon the crowd-
leg of the excursion steamers and have
pretty generally taken the positon that I
Is IIJosslble to ha\'o a fair race In New
York harbor. The general talk this even In !
Is In endorselent ot the withdrawal ot Val-
kyri.
The Ysehtman In Its issue today says :
" Aititoimghi Il Is ImpossIble to conceive ot
such lmysorical excitement here as there
appears 10 be al New York we lay be sure
that It the Hoyal Yacht squadron found
itself RO serIously hampered by steamers It
would Irely take the necessary Itep toward
securing a chang of \enue. -
The st. James Gazette also ac.
cepts as a fact the report that
Mr. Iseln hal offered to. recall
Tuesday's race. The Gazette says : "It 11
a most sportsmanlike offer. The decision
Eeors clearly and demonstratvely wrong ,
but It wao authorItatIve and should be accepted -
. "
cepted by al
The Globe , says : "The Ilecllon Is received -
cel\ed wIh the bitterest regret . and disap-
pointment. Still It Is the duty ) ot English-
men as trite sportsmen not to complain or
Ilrolest ' ' ' .
The Westminster Gazette says : "The de.
clslon certainly PUtR the good fellng 0 :
Emiglish and American sportsmen to a severe
test "
The Daily Te egraJh this morning says :
"The fact appears to be that Lord Dunrayen
fonnd Il Iuposslbe ! to get justice for his
) /'lt with such 1 mob ot crafts about the
course and he took the simplest way ot retreating -
treating front the mtch. This unmannerly
mobbing has wrecked the match. In L'ng-
land such a difficulty would not have arisen
the Instlng of good behavior In tuch mat-
ters belnl 5trOI . but when the soverehm .
people over the , : ater have IllanlId down " :
dollar for a spectacle they Insist upon 11\ " -
lug a good look nt un'body's cost or Incon-
yenlence. 'Ve lar there Is resentment and
dIscontent at Dunraven's actIon . but It the
American Imimbhic cannot submit to those dlc-
tntes ot good order which arc elsewhere ,
stronger than time nollce . they have no rIght I
to blame an Engsh uenteman for declining
to rIsk tint lives ot his crew In the hubbub
of such a scene. It Is very conceivable that
neither the nation nor the owner of De-
fender greatly value a victory thus aban-
dotted to them. hut they will be foolish to
Pretend that the owner ot Valkyrlo shirked
the contest for which the vessel was built.
lie wanted It , bnl he wanted It fair and
havIng failed to secure the necessary pro-
tecton , he wIthdrew from the Irrepressible
rowdyism at tie scene "
The Chronicle : Valkyrle's people will not
rIsk the lives of her crew among the pitiless
swarm. 'Ve think they were right. I Is
better to toe the mark and then contemptuously -
ously give up the contest until there Is an act
of congress to keep the course clear or until
soma step Is taken to Insure somethIng hike
fair commihitlons. We suppose this will end
the rather ghastly farce called the international -
tonal yacht race ot 1895 , and probably all
Anglo.American yacht racing on the other
sIde ot the Atlammtic. We at all events can
hOlst that we can show our American friends
how to conduct a great sporting event wIth
decency and order.
The Standard : No one can blame Dunrayen
for refusing to sail under conditions which
reulered It ImpossIble that the race 5honl,1 ,
bo a true test of the powers ot the yachts
'fho regret wi be as great on one side ot the
Atlantic as on the other at the unfortunate
terminaton of the struggle , especially as I
Is likely to be a very long time before any
Drltsher wl go to the expense ot building I
craft to race for the cup when the condItions
are slch as to render the result a mere matter -
ten of chance. On our waters we arc ready
to meet any American craft. and the crew 01
Vigilant and Navahoe well know that they
can rely upon 1 clear course.
II' IUI.I'I'1 ' , 'IS ' 1'11 CUI' .
IteeohIes'tlommm4 ot time Sole Survivor
ot time' Aimmcrlen's Crt. " , .
One at the most enthusiastic of the thou-
sanll oIAmerlcans who saw Deteluler wIn
the victory over Val.yrle on Saturday , says
the New York Sun , was CaptaIn Henry Hof-
man , who watched the race with a party ot
friends from th tug Maria Hoffman. Captain
Holtlan believes hlmsel to be the sole sur-
\'Ivor of the crew that sailed the America In
the lACe In \ hleh she won the fmous cup.
Captain Hofman Is a big hearty broad.
shouhlerml man . who h.mbasts thai he never
knew a day's sickness In his life . lie has a
strong , furrowed face . but hIs hair anti
mmstaehe : have not b3n touched ( with gray
and In guessing at his ago one would place
him at near 40. although he Is near GO. Ills
sPeech ( betrays his German orIgin , but a more
enthusiastic AmerIcan It would be hard to
tl ! At hIs pleasant latush home Captain
10tman gave a Sun reporter 1 brIef account
of hia life and yachting experiences .
lie Was born In Dammtzig I'russia on December -
cember 24 , 1835. The love of the aea was In
him from the first . and at time age ot 1 he
shipped on a mtrchant 'vesbel. ' lie found that
life on shipboard was not so Illeasant as
he hael imagined it . and when the vessel put
II at Stockton England . he ran away . lie
soon shIppd again and his life for the next
two or three. years was as eventful as any
romancer could desire. lie made a trIll
around the world was wrecked In the
Mediterranean : atul was carried Into slaver
on the African coast. In 1850 he drifted )
New York.
At that time yachting interest was begin-
nlng to run high In time city . and In the following -
lowing year the AmerIca was bui by Gtorge
Speer In his boat yard al Greenpoitmt Mr.
lofman was a member at time fIrst crew that
went aboard her. .
J.rlll 'I'Inmmue's : ( 'ereClrr limmet
l"an' Qawtorl lat nIght received a
sample at the ills Which bset 1 mln who al.
tends an A. 1' . A. mn.ettng. lie . togelh'r
with Sam Machood ' Hnlmann 1)'burn and
Counciman Satmnders were on theIr war to
one which was held at 'fwenty-tourth and
Cumlng streets , wben they determIned to
vIsit a trlcnd who Ins mar T\\'ent.fth amid
Cnmlng streets.'hile jogging ahoig the
sidewalk Crawford tel down an embank-
ment. Although he gave fa th srvH:1 In Iy
yel v . 10t only he . lut his compJnlols , I.ought
he WJ 1.lel. an,1 , called tlo pJlrol wagon.
Crawford thought hits lungs were brokm In
two , but when he arrln.J at the rolce fla Ion
bruised. it wu dlscovr d that . ho WS only slightly
" 'nhlll''t'l 10111 for ' 'rlil.
JUdge Uerka yesterday afternoon hell Pre
Wahlgreen , who Is II Jail ' charged wIth limit
mnrer of Augusta Itittitiatel . to the district
court without ball. Time bearIng bn occupiai
the greater portion of two < ays. . :
1
W'nILcI 'rlt rnulb . \ I. ) .
Officer McMahon last night arre.hd John
Sherr A a lu'Jlc ! ou. character . al Sierr ap
IIeroJ to avoid time streets : In time mmelglmbur.
imcot . of Tenteth and Ca'itornia Rtl'eet and
pursued hll way through time IUer. .
TOOt A CRACK - AT RECORDS
National Circuit Meet at Sprngfeh Develops -
velops Some Exciting R'cing.
STARBUCK < DOES A GREAT FVE MILES
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"Il I , " ilr.'nkM iii' Ju"r . \lt"11 .
it.corml-liiigliemmml : t'I" I S. , , l11" "
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A II rl , for 'I'n u :11. : . IIIIII..tl
-iizmlii Kt't'CII / II" , \ 'Iim clog .
SpnNGPmL1. : ia . . Sept. 12.-The
tournament Is over , the racing reason of 1893
Is practically finisimed . anti liald Sanger and
.
Newton have frmly eslahllhell their owner-
shl(1 ( to the title ot champIonship In their re-
epectl'e classes. There was a gJtherlng at
7.000 today and time track was In its best
stmape. The Interest was divided between the
tulle open class U. the two.mle protesslonal
hanlcall. and the attempt ot Titus to beat ,
when he rode hventy-
his record ot last year
six mie ! 1.479 yards In an hour. In the I '
class B race Wels and Titus did not appear. I
The sprlut was not begun until the crowd hal
almost reached the turn Except for the fact
that 1ler had got a great lead over Cabanne
who was In fourth place Haiti would have
been unable tn get timroimgh . but he saw the
hole and made a dart for It . creepe.l through
\Ith a good len/th to his credit lea\'lng
Kiser and Cabanne to light It out
Tyler and Johnson dll not start In the two.
milo handIcap , and Sanger was the only nun
at the scratch. At the utile and a halt marle
he caught hIs sprint , and the time card was I
hung cut for 1:21 : 2.5. a new world's record
for the two-milo IrofessLnal handicap.
In limo hour rIde Titus imegan to break
records at the seventh mile , and had covered
at the end ot the hour twenty.seyen Iles and
185 yards , beating the American record , but
not lowering the world's record made . by
Michael two weeks ago.
Starbucl beat the live-tulle professional
record , paced by a quad and also the class
B record , tnlshlng the distance In 10:1 : 1-5.
Fred Loughead ot OntarIo reduced the class
A unp3ced record of 5:05 : 2-5 for two tithes
to 4 :50. : Summaries :
. .
Ono mile , % :20. : class A : Won by " . g
Tensler of lloclcvitle. Conn. : 1' . I. Elmer : .
Chlcof < . econdj J. E. " 'llsh , hlarre Yt. .
third. TIme : 2:0k : , .
UnIt mile open . class B : Womi by E. C
!
Ilald . lurfulo ' Callnnt. St. 1oul8 , lecond :
Earl Kiset' { ) a.ton , thmlrd . 'rime : 1:01 : 4- (
" 'orld'/ record
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One mile ol'cn ' , Irotl8510nal : " 'on by W. C.
Sanger . ; llwuukle : H. C. Tyler Srrlngled : ,
tutu A. 'V. l'orterVaitirnmn . tOI for sec-
cmiiiVatson : Coienaan . Spningileltl . fourth.
Time : 2:0. :
One mile hnllleap , class * A : Won by H. p
Masher . . Storm King. N. Y. (25 ( yanq ) : A. H.
Iavery . Greenlell (130 ( vlrr' ) . lecIJ1d ; J. H.
\/lsh. Barre.'t. . ( G yards ) . third ; H. F.
Ludwig . Chlcoleo (90 ( yards ) , fourth. Time :
2tr : 3- (
One mile . record mace class B : " 'on by E.
C. Bald Cahannu second . E. Kiser third
Time : 2:0 : 3- ( .
Half tulle open class A : " 'on by Fr"l !
mie
Lougimeati Sarnta . Ont. . : 1V. S. He'nolo !
lyele Park , fccom\ \ : Joe Ilurnlron . , \m.bury
P.rk , thlrll : Ja'le ! Clark Dor hetc' , fJulth
TIme : 1:02 : 3-5 Iat quarter In 0:29. :
' 1wo mie hmamidicap prfc5slonal : \Vomm by
Sanger ( scratch ) : A. T. Crooks . BUffalo ( WO
yards ) , aconilVatson : Commune . SprlnllI,1
(70 ( ynnls ) . thIrd : A. 1V. Porter Wultham
(50 ( yards ) . fourth. Time : 1:24 : 3-5.
\Vorhmi'a ! : Iecnl. chnmm9 . A , _ \'II.ler' race. _ one
mmmcomi : uy u. H. Newton : ttOI..1
Springs Conn. Time : 2:08 : 3-5.
One mile han'licap. cia"s iiVon : by Hur-
Icy Davldtorm 'l'oro'ito (70 ( yanl' : .f 1' . Blss ,
ChIcago (40 ( YI1llq ) . seconl , : I. . J. Jeule ) ' ,
Plca. N. Y. (40 ( ( ) 'ardl ) . third : E. iCimmer
Dayton (40 ( yard ) . fourth Time : 2:15 : 1-5.
Scratch man : 2:15. :
" 'BS'I'gUNSSIOIA'I'IIS ) ( UISUII'S.
Imii'k :111. : . I I 'I'hl..t. St h..IhC ' .10.
jut' 10Wi I'It'1mIt.'rm.
LINCOLN , Sept. 12.-Speniiti ( Telegram- )
Buck made I three straight today Tmahiley'
crowd being unable to gauge young Mr.
Barne" Aiulrews also plchell well nt' ' critical -
Icnl times. Scole : .
Lincoln . . : . . . . . . . . . 0000200-2
Des'Molnes . . . . . . . . 0 0 0 0 1 0 01
hits : Llncotmi 8 : Des Moines . 0 : Errors :
Lincoln , I Del 101) : . 2. Two-base his :
Spoor , holly . Kenned , Inr\h. . Baset nn
balls : Off Anilnews 5 : oft heroes 1. SU'lell
out : Dy Barne . 1 : By A1lrewa. I. Batter-
les Andrews amid McFarland
: /nd 1lel ; Barnes and
Slleel. Theme : One hour Iwd fIfty minutes
UmpIre : Coe. : '
HOCKFOHD , Sept. ' 12.-Score :
Hockforl . . . . . . 2 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 07
Burlington . . . . . . 0 0 ) 0 2 2 0 0 2 0- 6
hits : ltickfontl . 9 : Burlington . 12. Error : I
Rucktorml 2 : Iiunhlmmgtomm. 3. Batteries : Un. ,
/
< erwoor amid KlnK : \\'nlsh anti Lynch
1)U1IUQUE Sopt. -Scure , first game :
Dubuque . . . . " . . 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.- 0
St. JOReph . . . . . . 0 2 0 0 0 5 0 0 I ' -7
Hits : 1)uhuque . , I : St. Joseph 13 Errore :
nnhulI' . 4 : Ht Joseph . 1. B.lterles : Mc.
Ginley and Graver : S \ alle and Lohman.
Score second game :
Dubuque . . . . . . . . 1 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 04
St. Joseph . . . . . . .0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0- 3
llts : Imilnmthime 12 : St. Joseph 9. Errors :
Iuhuque fl' St JO'cllh. G. Batteries ! : Sow-
tiers and Dfxoum : Hchlcler antI Lohman.
QUINCY Iii. , Sl'pt. 12.-Seore : .
Peol'ln . . . . . . . . . 20004002-S
Quincy . . . . . . . . 050000001-6
hits : l'eomta 1 : Qimincy 12 Errol's' Peoria
2 : Qulmicy 5. Haterle = ' lalHon anti Col-
line ; Pan'ln and Itohamad .
STANDING OF TIlE TEAMS .
l'iayed. " 'on. Lst P.Ct
LIncoln 1l2 70 42 - 62:6 :
. . . . . . . .
Peorln . . . . . . . . 12 11 G 45 W.5
Des Moines . . . . . II 65 46 SS.6
Quincy . . . . . . . . 12 (9 53 52,9
Hocltforl . . . . . . . 1 : : r , ss 12.9 ,
Burlington . . . . . . li [ 3 I 46.5
Dubuque . . . . . . . Ill [ 3 61 .16.6
St. JOlllh . . . . . 13 40 73 :15.4 :
GIlne3 today : 1lnoll nt Dubuque : Dc
Motnea II St. Jocpim : Hockford at PeorIa : ;
Burlington at Qulnc - .
( ; . \108 OJ 'i'ili1 N.\'I'IOS.\ IE.tGIJf1 .
lulllol.t , huM n 11.t. . 'I'hlt. , 'lh I .0.1
" ; Ulhol'C lu.1 1..t Ahbt' ) ' .
IALTUIOHE , Sept. 12.-Tho ' OrIoles fel
upon Gumber and eare'l five runs In the
Ihlrl inmiimig after . whlclt Aimbey twirled
with but little better Imccc , hurter was
fairly steady amid his support faultlera . .
KtI ' WIS tlt out of the gimimie In the IUh
Inning anti : McGraw Jonnlng" and Brodie
entered to the bench for using dlsrospecttui
language I to the umpire. HeIz took second
bam'e amid Oleason went to left In Kelly's
Illace. Boston Jhl8 two games here tOlor-
row Attemithaimce . 5.0. Score :
Hallmore . . . . . . . . 0 1 0 1 I 0 3 : i 3b
Brooklyn . . . . . . . . 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 -l
ll , * ; htaitimnors . 21 ; hhrooklyim 6. Errors :
] ialtiinorc . 0 : Iirooklyn 3. Earned rn ! .
htuitirnore . S' Brooklyn . 2. 'l'wo-ijase hilts :
his
ShIndle. hiroie . , ennil/s. COI'corun. Three-
base his : Itobinsoim . J\eeler , An'erson. Sac-
1'let hIts : Jeniilngs . itroille . Shintile Stolen
hlses : McGraw Jennimiga . oblm.on. FlrHt
base on balls ; Of lllfer. 5 : off Ciunibert 2 :
arc Abl ) ' . 3. lit by plcllll bal : Gleason .
Jennings . Struck out : ly hloffer . 2 : by Ab-
hey . 3. Wild pitches : Horer. I : Abbey 1.
Batteries : honor all 10bJnsn , Gumhwrt
Abbey , Grlml alI Durrel 'llme : Two
hours anti fteen mInute Umpire : lurlt
PIAT'S An lmns TIE.
11''TSBUO. Sept. 12.A well contested
mlno resulted In I tel darkness putting 1
ltull to I In time tenth lemming . 'rhe work ! of
the outeII of both basins \\'al Ilt.edlld.
g. Smtth. Burke and Miller taking those
honor Attendnmmce. 8(10. ( Score :
Ilsbur . . . . . . 2010000000-3
Cincinnati . . . . 0002001000-3
hIts : Iltlburl. 11 : Cincinnati . 6 Errors : '
PIUsburl 2 : ( Ilnelmtnati , O. Eared runs :
CIncinnati . . Three-base hi" : 10) ' . Sacrl-
mice his : OOllns HI'eldey. Stolen bases :
Ewing . HoX' Donhll play : Stenzel to Bier-
/
hauer : G. Smth 10 McPhee to EwIng : Ewing '
to G , Smih : : lllr to Vaughn. Bap(1 on
hal , : Oft FOrlmll 5 : oft Ilwlc ) ' . 1. Hit by' '
Iliched la1 : fleckey . ImIcl'imee. Struck ! out ;
liurke . MeI'imeo. Passed bal , : Merritt. hat-
h'rleH : Hawley rind ; Itrrlt : Foreman amid '
Vlulhn , 'rIme : Two hours item ] twenty min-
tmtes. Pmptre" : gmsJe nn,1 , lcDonnld.
ItSIF WAS IN FINE FOUM.
Nt\\ ' YORK Sept. 12.-Husle was the rock
on whIch the ltotomm i team foundered tora ) ' . '
The bIg Hoosier \\'II In Inc fettle und had
lots ot llled anti all his etmrves. 'rite New
York hilt Stvet ! treeh' h'uiher 1111)'cd line
bal ut Khort. The New Yorks go to } 'hita.
Phll-
10
.1 < 'llhla tlmorruw to play off a transferred
game , whie the mltols left tonight for
BaltImore to iday two ganmeb. Attendane .
UU. Score :
Now Yurk . . . . . . 20011013-7
Hasten . . . . . . . . 0QU000001.-1
hilts : New , 'ork 1' Boston . 1 Errors :
New York a : Hoston. 6. Earned runs : New
York . 4. 11 on balls : Off HUlht , Z : or StI.
voile 6. Struck out : Hy Ituele 7 : h ) ' St-
"otis . . . , Thret.base bite : Vln lialtren .
Burns. Farrel . Sacrifice imlist : Van laltren ,
Tucker Stolen based : FLiller . Darts . Itami.
lion. PaI" " 1ls : Ganzel. flatteries : Itusie
t'arll and WIHon ; 8th'eUH und flansel
Umptre : Keefe . Time : One hour und fIfty.
Ily.
five minutsiM.
GETS I.um : EARLY ' 'Imm .
LOUltVl.Lf , Sept. ' U.-ToaY'1 game was
.
n pitchers' lmiti1. , In which ( tnnlnlham hnll
, llthty tiitlstq.t of it. Simtmgmsrt' " , errors
" 1\1 the t'ihts two run1 In time sixth , mmliii
rrror by Irrthiue Inll 1.ult gave timi , C /HI /
eels their tmjym.ptms I , 'rite ( 'hiicngo tll' waM
late timid it I wmu 4 o''lock heore the "alne
beKal , \\hl,1 WIII ! culed on nll'ount ot .Iark-
Score fleas In ; the t1hth , . . IlnlnAUendance. . : SkS ) .
" ' "
I.ouisviiie ,1..0 0 0 0 0 2 0 ) ( 2
Chicago . . ' . . ' 'I. . . . . 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 2
hilts : 1.011"\11. 6 : ( hllgo. G. Error :
l.ouI5\'lle. 2 : . ( 'cago ! 2. FIrst on bails : Off
( 'ummninghimim . .qlca.oi i : " 'rlcll. 1. Struck Of :
It ) Friend , . r 4 Timtee-bnu'e his : Spies . Ever- :
( 't. Two.I I"t.hls : 1)ommnhmue. 8tolel hP5 :
Clark , l0111" . J.nngc. Iouble Illa.a : )011-
bile to Dahl'n. ' 1 ii t hy p1 thetI 1 hail : I iommme : " ,
( 111
WilI Illhq"i 'll hy1hl Hlterle" : 10lne" .
hnm nlil " ' 1rlolll : anti l"nlhut' ) .
Time : Ono' hour neil thirty-eIght minutes.
Umpire : JI'llr. nnc
OhNt1iNl : QUAK13I1 BAIt.
, " ' . \SIINOTO : Sept. , 12.-TOla1 game
WIM not very rust . 10)11 lasted two 1IIIIg .
Glro ) ' Ilstell ummutli thl mmlxii , . anti thtl Mit-
IIke ) ' 111'hec unt There ! was cnlhlernhlc
wranglIng Ild Clrlwrllht W/I I.ut . ont of
the game for prtt"tlg against / .1'lslon.
The genie WIH' cOiled mit the t'uiti or the le\ ' .
enth emi account of Ilnrlmes" Atpllalce ,
Iel. Score :
\\/shllIOI . " . . . . . . .0 0 0 I 0 1 0- .
Ihlallellhhl . . . . . . . .4 2 0 2 I 0 417
tilts : \'nu'hmlmugtomi . f : Ihlnelel\hln. 17. Er-
rorFVaiihmmgtn : , 2 : 1'Ii'i dIJh \ o. : I'arnelt
lunf : Ihllllelllla. I. Twjimasa hltA : Hran .
111 In I. 'rhuce-bave : hl's , : Thompwn. . Stlen
bases : Ilamnlltorm . Iolehlnt ) . Sacrllct : hits :
'Sul\nn. Atmimey Thom\ol. Double plays :
\
10In1n to no'le Sellnch to JO'c to
Crooks : Crc-s to 1 { allnnn to Boyle. First
halo 01 bails : Oft lloyd 4 : nIT 011'0) . . 5 : oft
( 'cr50) ' . 6. lilt by llchll ball : 8111\'ln.
Crool.s. Struc ! oul : ity lloyd , 2 : hy Car"e .
1.Vlitt hitch : nlr ' . Batlrles : 10yel. ta-
lackey , Olro ) ' amid McGuire : Carle ) ' Inll
Buckler. Time : Ole hour nml fifty mIl-
tmtos. \'lpl't ' : Iurra\ \ ' .
ST. tOUIS. Sept 12.-0\lnl to the non-
crrl\al ot time Browns . from Boston 10 ga1e
waR iuiaSeti here today .
S''ANDO OJ 'I'ilE TI'AS.
I'laycd. Won. Lost. P. Ct t.
Blllnorl . . . . . . Ilayml. 7i Jlt. : : ( . ,
Cle\plalil . . . . " . . 120 71 46 GI.7
Ihladellhll : . . . 17 70 4 59.8
IroolIYI . . . . . . ill 51 GO M.l
Iltshurg . . " . . 118 f' ; f3 55.1
Blstol . . . . . . . . 15 G ' 52 sis
Nt w York. . . . . . . 1i m r m.8
Chicago . . . . . . II : 6t 5r r.2.0
( : I'clllll . . . . . IH [ 9 r0 51.8
St. Ionls. . . . . . 15 37 78 51S :2.2
\\'lshlll\on \ . . . . 110 U : 7G 30.9
Lruls\lle . . . . . 10 IG :0 SG : . 9
No games arc schetlnlt,1 , for 101In ) ' . 1io-
ton will clay \ two postpommetl gaines ut lull-
more : Nlw York otto lt Phlalell'hla , :
Clevellll ole at St. I.ouls : Chicago ole at
LoUsrlUc ! . amid Jrobahl ) ' Cincinnati aie nt
11 tbur . _ _ _ _ _ , _ _
SCongS 01 ' 111 'tViS'l'liitN l15.tG CII.
1mm. ! In miuiuuuI is ( lelaliti' 'I'hlrll In Sue
t.t'"lltl lt ICnn"l" CI ) ' .
KANSAS CITy SI'pt. 12.-Score :
Kansas Clt ) . . . . . . . 0 ( I 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 27
Inlllll\oll . . . . . 4 0 0 0 2 2 0 1 1-10
Hits : Kansas City . 15 : Indianapolis , 16.
Errors : Kansas City , 3 : IndianapolIs , 3.
naterles Kllg and Bergen : Fisher and
lcFarland.
11.\AUI\ , Sellt. 12.-Score :
MIlwaukee . . . . . . . . . .10 0 0
; llwnulIe . . . .10 2 0 0 0 0 4-16
Grand HUlllf. ! . . . . 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 03
Hits : Milwaukee . IS : Grand ltaimiils . 10.
Errors : MIlwaukee . I : Grand hlapiduo . 4.
Batteries : Hetgerl ' 'wlehel anti Bolan :
111'11 alll Camlhel .
MINNI'IAI'OLiS . Sept . 12.-Score :
: llnealol1 4..1 0 1 5 .1 0 0 4 3-18
:18
Terre H/ute. . . . 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 7-1
His : 1lnnepols. 21J : Terre haute 1
Errors : 1lnn\p01s. 0 : Terre Ilaimte . 1
Baterle , ! : I , leI ) . and Strauss ; Iughe ) . and
ST. I'AUF . . . . .
IA Uh. t4eiit. 12.-Score. first game :
St PoUI. . , . , . 0 1 5 0 1 1 1 2 0-11
Detroit . . . . , . . . . . . G 1 2 0 0 0 0 I 0-1 )
lute : St..l'auh , . .11 : DetroIt . Ii. Errors :
St. I'auh. St..auJ 1 : . 2. BatterIes ! : John-
50mm. Jones ' ' ( rll , 1iolc : 111:1 : : Tivixmeimani
' ,
111 Bo'd. ' .
Score ccolil game , called on account of
IIrrkness : " ,
St l'aui..i. : . . . . . . . 1 1 too 5- . S
Detroit . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 4 0 0 0 1-21
Hits : St. I'atml. 8 : Detroit . 20. Errors :
St. l'mmui 4 : ' Ietrit. 4. Iiitterit's ; : Prosper ,
Phyle : il Kraus : Gayle and 'wlneham.
STANDING , 0\ TIE TEAMS.
- Played. 'Yon. Iot. 1' . Ct.
Jnllanapolsl , . . . . . 11 75 : G Cl ,
St. Paul . . . . . s. . 17 G : 48 r .0
Ktnmmas : Clt ) . : . . 1 lt 4 : 7.4
\ lnnelpols < . . .i. 115 f 58 4.6
Detroit . . . . . . . -iA 116 [ 5 Gl 47.4
Milwaukee \ . . . . . . 19 56 51 47.1
Ttrr IIatmt 1\ . . . . 13 [ t 62 . 45.1
Grate ] Hautf . . .t : ' : .16 ' ' 35 81 ' 30.2
Games tomiay DetroIt 'at Minneapolis :
Terre Haute ut'St , Paul : Imlanap011 at
Mlwaultee : Grand Haplds at Kansas city.
( .nt s oF ' 'lg II'III.1 .tM.t'I'liIjItS.
\'uhlo I'nt. In Aiithmo'r gf"Cer -
. nlln , 101 " % 'nt.'rlll.
WAhOO . Nd , . . Sel.t. . 12.-Speclal ( 'ele-
am.-'he home team ana \Vaterloo again
crossed bats on the fair grounds today . The
visitors were easy to beat and the 'ahoos
played tame. Score :
\\'ahoo . . . . . . . .2 2 0 4 .1 1 0 ' -15
Watlroo : : . . . . . . .0 0 5 0 1 0 : 1 3-1
His : V.'nlioo . 15 : Wnttrloo. 10. Errors :
\Vahioo . 3 ; \ \ alel01. 8. garer I U1S'aho : . ) .
4' Waterloo 1. Three-ae hits : Klment
"llwo.base hilts : Kiixmiemit . Fetz J. Molmutt.
hut.
Double play : 'hl'l'lel' to Moimatt. Htrcl ;
out : lay Gotmrhm r. 3 ; by CIarIee 1 : hmy Den-
ten. 2 ; II I'lckarti 1. flatterIes : \\'nhoo.
Goucher Clarke and hail ; \Vaterloo. Den-
ten . PItlmrd anti Jamnison. [ m.lre : P'It.
tiiJI'EitIOit . Neh. , Sept. 1 . - ( peclI.-'he )
Supellol' hal team Ileteated ' /1011 Cols
of GlneVIL In I Hare here yesterday that
provetl - most interesting . Score :
Geneva . . . . . . . . .1 1 :1 : m 1 1 3 0 0 1-11
SuperIor . . . . . . . . 1 3 0 a : i 2 3 4 3 1-1
Bateries : b'tmp'rlor MeDatle and J.'eI ;
Geneva Shlclelforl and Adams , II'Ost
and Clmp.
HAHTINGTON , Neh. , Sellt 13.-Speclal (
Teiegram.-Thc . ) clolnl day of the Cedar
county fair was atend1 whim an unusually
large crowd for the last . tla ) ' . As on yesterday -
dl ) ' , rcing and base hal wele tile float
interesting features of time program. Time
eore between the Hlrtngtun amt Randolph
teams : was 12 to 1 . In favor of limtrtimigton.
The ame was hotly conteted from
game hot ) ! fl'or heln-
chug to end amid excitement was at I fever
heat timm'oughout. Bateries : : Ilarttngton .
Partrldgo and Zink : Ilantlolpim Jlrtngton.
\Voois.
SC1IL'YLEIt. Neh. , Sept. 12.-Special Tele-
grani-Thie Irst of a serIes of three games
between David City amid Sehurler Iames
betwlen Dayll Ciynd Ilnln ;
the fair was won by Schuyier Davll City
getting one little . uuellrnpd run the first
Inning Features were light Inlold bat.
ting. goer Uehlng anti three douhle Illars
In the Ilst three Innings by Schuyer. :
Score :
Schu'ler . . . . . . . 3 2 0 0 0 0 2 2 ' - 9
iavitlClty. . . . . . . 100000000-I
His : Sciitmyher 9 : David , CI ) . . 8. Fr- :
rorR : Schurler , I : DavId City . 10. garn\ \
runs : Sciiuyier . 3. Stolen basIs : Schuyler ,
4. Double 1111)'s : \V. Kimmel to 1lm.
brought to F. I Illnll : F. Kimmel to Stewart .
art ; Ollum to F. Kimmel to Stewart
Bases on balls : Off Cook 5. Struck out :
Ih' Klnn11 , 4 : Iw Cook 9. BRtlrll :
\ \ ' . Klmm(1 mind . Palmer : Cool ; and Corbet
tmlllre : Dunllel
Crieko.t lIst ti.Ii ' 1'nuimorrms ' .
Cra'lat.t llh'h ' 'tltrrt"\ .
The game tomorrow wi he a retlrn
match between the Omaha Cricket club
and All Saints' church The first game
-was 1.laYIII . lt the bellnnln of the 8ea on.
and the Omnllll c'me off decldely secon,1 ,
best. IIowevr . tjmey Intend to get sweet
Ie\'cn/o In tullol row'K came , anti the
Saints are eqlalY1determinell to give them
a repetition p ( ' thjlr former defeat. So a
good game Is''ct'rlaln. . The following wi
represent the1etmctIvo teals :
Al Saints' O'imtmicim-C. Ii. Cool.son ( cap-
lain > . it. " ' . Tain , , G. ii. Vaugimamm . W. It.
Vaughan F. 'I , , \lalhnl. C. I. Young , I' .
S. Yourmg . ! moung . J. II. Sininis M. A.
ilahl . J. Iola8. . 0\ ' . Trotman.
Omaha Crlcl't ubI. 1lwrlo ( captlln ) ,
P. Ii. Forth , , mJ- " CI. Io'le. J. 1.'rancl. : J.
Cameron. Dr. 1oug , S. 1ieh : . Charles 11111 .
11.
J. G. Neale n.1Itoatchle , F. A. Kelp , II.
New. _ _ _ _
( uC"ltl.r 111 lime Rest tl H.
DETROIT , spt 1-'wo favorites and
three outlhlerJwon Wlndgor toda ) ' . He-
" .
suIts :
First race . rp' furlongs : J ely won. \'lr.
glnlan second . ark third TIme : 1:2S. \
Second raclhl'lomr ' anti a half furlonK" :
Taranlm worm 811lel eeolul , Oeono Smih
. ' '
third. 'rIme : 0Ui
ThIrd race ; anti a hal furlongs . sel-
Ing : < 081Ie\ \ ( won. Hpllre seconmi Susie
n third. Time : ' 1:07. :
I.'ourth . race millie amid 1 sixteemmthm selling :
\V hIV won , Monte Penso i'econml . Midatur
third. 'flint , : JIH : tconr. ; 1rstll'
l.fth Ice , Hven furlongs : Haistone won
Queen Hess ! econth . Halnlgln third Time :
1:2. : _ _ _ _ . _ _ _ _
GI"tll i'nmms.'ii 11t Cht.t'k" .
J. O. GIbson , son of n. W. Gibson . was arrested -
rested yesterday afternoon by Ofiicer Gen-
teman on the charge of torgery. lie I
wanted for rallag two checks one for $17.50
on T. I' . Cartwrmght tle shoe dealer at Sixteenth -
teenth and Doughs streets anti the ether for
$3 on a saloon keep on Norll Sixteenth
atreet. He forged the name of a , 'el known
sewer contractor.
Shortly after receiving the forged check
Cartwrlsht dlcoverod that It was worthlen
amitl notified time poice. Orcer Gentleman
was given a description of ( Hhson and later
succeeded In fInding him at his roomim .
I
. TWIN CIY HANDCAP FIUU S
Owner Ooultht't Agree 01 the Work of tim
Haiidicnppors.
ALL WEE AFRAID OF IMPORTED ' PERCY
1-
'I'Iieusloro. I I'rt' i's I Situ Ihllil II I
I . ' II lull tin iliglitlm , \'hl'h 'i'emt-
sim'ii.g " % 'ti II I Heetr.1
'J mite .
A perfect racing day anti a fast track en
ablell the f'erl at Union park yesterday to
take Ilown another track record and that the
exccedlng\ fast ono for the three-quarters
lade at this mmieetlng. The winner was Mur-
Ih ) ) ' , a swIft little bay gelding , amid he galloped -
loped home with a 1usd ot mooney for I few
ot the wise one at ! tu 1 Lii lIHl. : The
,1
TwIn City hatlcap for a $1,000 purse did
not come oft on accoult ot sOle trouble wih
the entries 1111 disputes over the weights
Ir.porte. lerc ) time Chicago imorse who was
booked to win . was only given 120 pommntis .
and the other horsemel contentler that he
ought to be conldered a sure enough winner
If handlcoPPcII with twenty pounds clone
The race \\1 probably be rUI some time
next "eele , In place ot It a mite and an
eighth handicap was run by a smal field ot
the crack horses of the track . with Theodore
H the favorite , and hanllealled by sIx
pOllls. ( Tenapning at 7 to 1. wun it . the
timmie . 1 :5Hl : , ( demolshing the track record
made last sprlnb ) ' Pat Malay by a second
laloy
'tll " , , sprln/ ' . Inrll\ ' wee very un-
niuly ; ; yestermiay ; : anti ; j- for - time , - first . time dmmnimig
the race AssIstant 1tartcr Irown was given
pcrmmiissiomi to use the whip Zlller , for
pulling Cray Nell and hanging back at the
post was ruled off the track. Summaries :
First race , thlrleen.slxteenths of n mIle .
selilmig . pnrse $ lfO : Joe Courtne . c. h. , lid
( Hart ) . 3 to 2. won ; ittussehl Gray , C. g. , Ill )
( Hebol ) , 4 to I , second : BI'rrI . b. g. ,
lot ( Davis ) . 2 to 1. thlnl. Tlme 1:23. : Lit-
lie I.akt. \ 'aledicturyVestbroold and Game-
cock also rail.
Second race . thlrleen.slxh'lnths ot n mile .
selln , pnrle $150 : ! untel h. g. 10
( H'le ) , 2 to 1. won : Miss Audio ch. f. . 107 I
( Hell ) . 5 to I. second ' Hob Ciampett , b. g. , :
10 ( hart ) . : to 1 , third. 'lnw : \ :22t4z. : 1.1-
tie Nell . Governor Brown , " 'el Used amid
Davy Crockett also ran.
' [ 'hind race , six furJongs selling . purse
$ IC : MIIlh ) ' . I ; . g. . ! ( iLeiff ) 9 to I. won :
Charlie Weber. elm g. , 99 Dayls ( ) . 2 to 3.
second Moss Terry ch. g. . 105 ( lar ! ) [ to
I. third. 'rime : 1:1 \ . Fmmnmiy . D. Freckle
D. lImp. Billet . Pat Huls ) 111 Nellie New-
bourne also ran.
I.'ourth race handicap mil enl nn
eighth : Tenspriumg. ch. g. . f8 ( fnr ! 7 to
1. won ; Theodore H. 1 c. g. , lOG ( Iuon ) . even
niomicy , Ieconl , : Semnele e. m. . lOt ( lyle ) .
2 to 1 , third. 'lme : 1:1 : . Collector and
hTml \'olse ) ' also ran
CAHD FOIl TODAY.
First race three.fouths of a mile . selling : I
Bruce . . . . . . . . 107jVlctor H. . , . . . . II :
Inscf . . . . . . . . 101 Con McSiveeney . 101 ,
Joe llamimmmamt . . 101 , Buenos A.res..l07
Ogle lansman . . . . . . . . . 10111lyle . . . . . . . . . . 101
Louie Yonng . . . . IQI Fair Knight . . . . 101
\ \ 'etigeIIeIu1 . . . . . 1011':111 : Knl/ht . . . . . . 101
Darwin \\'elgtw'l 107 11t'rthma 1. . . . . . 101
In Heconl : race , three.fourths of a mie , Icl-
11111) ' Travis . . . 92 Gums Strauss . . . .107
Corn ( rib \ . . . . . f ) Moemteiia . . . . . . 101 (
Mitchell . . . . . . . 101 . \ Iontela . . . . . . . . Ii !
Belsle Yeiser . . . 101109t Boy . . . . . . 107
Wel Used . . . . . . : )
' 1hlro race . seyen-elghlhs of / mile :
Vlrglnlte . . . . . . 98 9tel F' . . . . . . . 104
I'unnle iltiut . . . . SO Imp. 'Voolse . . 101
Little Chris . . . . 10411allerla Im\ , . . . . . . ' 7 :
Joe W'oohnian . . . 97 JO " lphl1 . . . . . 10 !
Valedictory . . . . . 91 Hussel Gray . . . 101
II on tel . . . . . . .101
lug ourth : race , three-fourths of a mIle , sell-
Brown Dick . . . .107 Imp. Elliot . . . . 101
1lhert hell . . . 107 ! eurle Mills . . . 101
lId Giemimi . . . . . 1 11 I'd Ilimhilsey . . . . Ill
Jd . A. Ia ) . . . . . . . . Ill Olen ( HulKe . . . . . li
Monk O\'orlon . . 101lenolt . . . . . . . li
Importance . . . . . 101 Miss Peurl . . . . . 111.
Mr. Dnnllp . . . . lOll 111
FIfth race . enl mile . selling :
Semele . . . . . . . . 9 : lomus . . . . . . . 9 )
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Clmrle\ 'ell"r . DI ) Collector . . . . . . !
Ilo ! > Terry . . . . 9G Theodore I. . . . 102
Pluleto . . . . . . . fO , -
. ItuicJ , IC N..brn"l.n Fim Ire.
AHOO , Neh. . Selt. 12.-Sllclnl ( Tele-
grnm.-'he following Is a f cord of today's
races itt the fair :
3:0 : trot : Abigail Jelnnl first . Maud Ree-
oml. heat time ; 2:41. :
Free-for.al pace : Richard J fIrst , Ioca-
hontls Billy seconll. Bl'st time : 2H. :
BUnning hall mIle amid repclt : Little Dick
Ilrat . F'roo ! S second. nnl : 0:51 :
Tmtgiebcrg half mile s cond. bicycle race : Irlmle ) ' first .
TUllehcrl 'gIA . Sellt. 12.-Spec'faI . ( Telegnttuii. )
-The Burt county fair opened today with a
large nttentmunc. The exhibits tire the lal-
eat and , Inesl ever Ilile In this caimaty .
espeoluly In frimit , grains otc. 'I'oda"s
races were I' follows :
2:3 : class plce , best three In fire :
thnn H . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 1 I '
Max More . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 2 2
Dolle 1ax hone T. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 3 3
Time : 2:2J2:30. : \ : . 2:21\ : \
Hnnning Ice , halC mile heats , best two In
three :
Texas Frank . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 1
Blnll : Ilamis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 2
leo \ l/ns . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 :
'rIme : 0:51 : l. 0:51 : l.
LINCOLN Sellt. 12.-Speclll ( Telegram.- )
'here were lIve starters In the 2:18 : trotting
event at the fair Irounlls thIs aftermmoon.
'ho purse Wl9 $500. Helen won In 2:2\1 : \ , .
with Nettle Lee second . Onna H third
Beauty fourth and J C fifth.
In the 2:25 : trot John It tonic time $2041 iurse
iii 2:29. : Captain hare itecond , Eager third ,
Iii tilt. 2:18 : evemmt for $304) Shaiieiammd Acmiie
Iwl In 2:26 : % , Fritmmaldo second , Stmlmcrimmtemmd-
emit thIrd.
In Urn half mile anti repeat runnIng race
Flora II took the money , $ l ( ) , in 0:51 : , 1)r.
lirigga secomimi , Earl timlmd. Junoborry anti
Nugget , Jr. , started in this race.
Iosyn Mlmmtt Fmtlr Itmmo'es ,
DES MOINES , Sept. 12.-In time state fair
race simmenianiemo :
2:17 : macc : Denapsey won in mitraigimt heats.
'rlmime : 2:15 : , 2:15l : , 2:16' : ' ! . , Opehihla , Radius ,
harry Ilolttin lichen W Moummtaimi Quceim ,
Cmin't Toil and Montana aio motmtrted.
2:28 : trot : Grace O'Mnhiey % 'omm in straight
heats. Tiumie : 2.2I,4 , 2 1.nily
W'mtehlngton itituhical limittle May , Itmur Me-
lhtitii , hr. iImaIks , \1elvet , hiesmmres , ( lotleil ,
Little limig mind Jay lice milan molmirted.
Si'eelmti tnt : Selimitor A omm three motrmilglmt
imemitmi mind race. 'rimime : 2:15mb : , 2Ilj : , 2:20' : ,
VAS 1tIlhhIlI'L' .1'S 1).tY 'i't ) 'I\ ,
tllli ( ' iii. ' Fuss rt hi ii en I I ii hteciuril
lhi'eitld uig 'I'lmume ,
LOUiSVILLE , Sept , 12.-Not only time
grauitimotmimiol , but the standing room capacity
of tIme LouIsville Iriving cmiii Fmtir miuosocic-
tion was taxeti this miftermmnon. A ( mist
traek mind brIght sumishimie fmivoretl time great
pacing race 1mm vlmiehi Itobemt 3 , Julia It.
Gentry timid J00 l'atcliemi were to battle for
Pimpremmiac ) ' , cmirl' us 10 o'elock title
mnorning the street car lute leadimig to the
track hail an nbtmndamice of care lIterally
lilieti to overllowiumjr. At 2:30 : o'clock , vhmemm
time three hiormmt'e started for tIme o'emmIflg
heat , it is estimmititeti uiearl' 10,010 iteohile
% % crc cii tin ! grotuuiti. itolmt'rt J , time gremit
semi of hltirtforml , emimmie off victorIous , bitt
for the ( mict that Joe I'ittt'iiemt vemit into
thin air whelm witimin forty yards of time
wire In time fotmrthi Imeat then' mmiigimt P05-
umibly hmmive been nmiothmer emidimig. ittmiwrt
J , however , vtia mis uotemtiy : mit , a ehoek , anti
mm nt dice ( I tmnlmmg tim ii ( eu r imea Iii ii iii ii o go
oft his font. 'l'he fotmrthi Imeat , wimicim vam4
pacoti In 2:01 : % , eta1ulImoluetl a hew iccuril
hmeiimg the ( mildest fourth heat ever pacet
or trotted by tiny horse.
Theme were soviet races on the progrmtm ,
html It was necessary to carry both tIme 2:11 :
mmliii 2:16 : trots over tmntil tommmorrow , wimilo'
tIme 2:2i : trot was hot iltilsimed , Narvardine
oiled last mmiglmt its a remotmit of yestentlay's
iments iii time 2:17 : trotting , which vtts mint
tht'cliled , She valued at $2,500 , owmmcd
tmy J. 11.Vatimemi , Jr. , of I.ebanoml , Ky.
Simnimmiarleum :
First race , 2:17 : claps , trotting. ; nmrse $1,000
( uniimiiumhmed ) : unreal won time llrst , secuntl
mtimd oighmthm Imemitum , Tinmo : 2:15Yi : , 2l5li : ,
2:1V : } . Fmnmihihimi womi time sixth cmiii cvt'mitti
hiemits cmiii was second. Time : 2iS1 : , 2:20 : % .
Axtelioimi s'omm time third heat 1mm 2:16t4 mmmiii
wail timirul. htoettmi Somip tIme fourth
heat in 2iS : % . Narvartiinr' vomi tile fifth
heat in 2:18. : A. S. Kemimpinmiti , l'rlmmce ilti-
itoh , Margaret , Anthmehimi , FannIe llohmnami
also started.
Second race , 3-year.ohohs trottIng , eligible
to 2:29 : cla , vtmrse $2,000 ummiflmiisimed ) : I'm.
tell womi in straight imeatum. 'I'lmmie : 2:22 : ,
2:21 : , 2:2t : )4. 1iesuoi'Ihtomi vmte m'ecomiti.
.
Akerhtmnd ss.its timinti. Nelilo Clark also
started.
rlmintl race , 2:12 : .ciass , pacimig : Snub Gift
% semi iii strtiight imeats. Thee : 2:10 : , 2hl : ,
2:13. : Ella ' 1' vmts m'ecomiil imi thimee heats.
hleimetitiomi i.as thirti in thmret' heats. Iioiie
Orr , Nimia ' 1' , 'l'imcodore Shelton and Illume
Ridge also stamteol.
Fotmrtii race , free-for-all , purse $3,000 :
Ilohiert J , It. jr. , by llartftinti-Gemal.
olimw. by Jay Oouhml ( Goons ) . . . . . I 2 1 1
Joe i'atchen ( Jack Curry ) . . . . . . . . . . 3 1 2 2
Jeimmi H. Gentry ( imicilonry ) . . . . . . . . . 2 3 3 : ;
Timmie : 0:3F : } . I:0l : , 1:32) : ) . 2:05 : % ; 0:11 : , 1:02 : ,
1:31 : , 2:06tA : ; 0:326 : , 1:02 : % , 1:31 : ½ , 2i3 : ( : 0:31 : % ,
1:02' : ' , , 1:33 : % , 2:0114. :
FIfth race , 2:11 : class , trottiuig , imumrse
$1,000 : B ii P voml time sreommd amid timlrml
heats , 'rinie : 2:09 : , 2:12m,4. : Nightltigaic
" out tIme fourth heat iii 2:1 : P.4. havitl U ,
Altao and Comummmodore l'orter tttso starteti.
Sixth race , 2:16 : class , trottimig , stake ,
$5,000 : Baron Rogers iron time lust imeimt in
2:13 : % . Limzehie , Ohio K , Charming dummies ,
Colonel Dhckc'y , Nellie A amiti Jimmm Wilkes
finished in the order namneth ; mmot fimmisiied ,
( IitlIA'l' ChtI'oviS A'l' S "I'JOS ili'iI.
l'mr I y 'I'Im o mm aIm Ii , il'zuhul . % ii iii I sum I 0 II S Ii.
51't' I Ito , Itmiot's.
ST. JOSEI'll. Sept. 12.-Forty timoumsamiti
iueoliho mcmiii aulmnisshomi to tIme fourth day of
the meetimmg of time St. JtMiiuii Fair missoci-
atloui. hlxcumrsiomi tm'umimis vcme run emi all rail.
roads ; tmiti IICOPIC canit ) ( rome all sectiomimo.
Time special nttmactlons s'cre nummneromms timid
varied. 'l'lme ( iiiWilM hot multi clt'ur lifltl tlmo
track In goud etimitlitiomi , time teeing evemitH
picasing time mmmuitltutle. 4hIx , time trotting
( Itmeemi. mnzuulo mu. utile against lien record , 11mm.
isiultig 1mm 2:08 : % . The racing events \cero ;
:1:20 : : trotting , ptmrse Il00
Governor 'dti ummi 1 , . hi , ( Colenmami ) . . . . I 1 1
rihc\'crn , hi. g. ( ' 1 lItton ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 2 .9
Siveet Clmihui. I , . Lu. ( Ewing ) . . . . . . . . . . . 5 4 2
llrimi ii , to. ( iligglmis ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 5 5
l'mmtclmctu.lkes Maid , b. in. ( Charmd.
icr ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 6 4
q'motmhjiesomne , a. g. ( Corel' . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 3 dii
\Vimltefot.ut. 1 , . ml. ( Casey ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . dii
Thee : 2:16. : 2:17 : , 2:18. :
Free-for-all trot , 'lmtlrie $2,500 :
Azcmte , hi. g. ( McIowe'.h ' ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I 1 1
IChamnath. im. g. Utaymomiti ) . . . . . . . . . . . 2 2 2
ltvhand ' 1' , Ii , g. ( Stewmrt ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 3 3
'l'ime : 2il"Ym : " , 2l2'ti : , 2li : % .
2:22 : pacimmg nmmnse ; co0 : 'riireo heats wore
paceli 'hmemi t\ai'ktiesmm \ hut aim u'mmii to time mace.
Flora C 'ivomi time flmat miami utecomid heats multi
I'tuumthafld tIme thminth , Timume : 2l8,4 : , 2:19 : % ,
2:20 : % . _ _ _ _
F'lglmt Over it Sehiluug Since ,
ST. LOUIS , Sept. 12.-hut one of the five
favorites won today. Four stromugly hacked
second choices and nn otmtsicier took time
otimer ovemitti. At the close of time itim
race time winner was liii up $1,000 over time
sehlimig price. amid a disgrmtceftml list llgimt
ensued. henry Slmiaomas jot the horse anti
Captain Carmotiy , part omner of time ani.
nuai , got it hmlack eye. Attentlance , 4,000.
Track fast. Smmniinnrics :
First race , hmtmree , OCC' mile : Treasure (3
to I ) avon , dulcet (19 ( to 1) ) secommd , WeUs
Street ( evemi ) thirtl. Tlmmue : 1:44.
Second race , ptmrse , .year.ojds , five fur.
ior.gmo : Miss Oliver (3 ( to 1) ) won. Evidence
(8 ( to 1) ) mtecommti , Mary Amine (50 to 1) ) thIrd
'i'lnue : 1:04 : % .
Third race , seven amit ) a half fmmniommg ,
selling : \hlss Gallop (6 ( to 1) ) iron , Addle
liuciianamm ( evemi ) second , Mimmiver (8 to 1) )
tlmlrtl. Time : 1:34 : % .
F'ourtlt race , live furlongs : 'raghiomimu (7 (
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Beecliam's pills are for bilious.
ness , bilious headache , dyspep.
sia heartburn liverdiz-
, , torpid , -
zinesssick headachebad taste
in the mouth , coated tongue ,
loss of appetitesallow slcinetc , ,
when caused by constipation ;
and constipation is the most
frequent cause of all of them.
Go by the book , Pills joc
and 25C a box. Book tree at
your druggist's orwritc B. F ,
Allen Co. Canal St.
. , 365 . ,
New York.
Aanuat sales more than 6.000 000 boxes.
'I' M USEM EN.I'S.
LADIES' BICYCLE RACE
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BICYCLE PARK ,
17th and Charles Sts. '
BEGINNING 1ODAY , SEPT. 16
AT 8 P. M.
Three Hours Rnciiig Each Evening.
MiSS FIIANKIII NELSON , New York City.
MISS MAY ALLEN , Liverpool , Englr.mmd ,
MISS LOTTIE STANLEY , Pittsburg , I'a.
MISS JESSIE OAKLEY , San Francisco , Cal ,
MISS IiELIIN BALDWIN , Chicago , Ill ,
MiSS DOTTIE FARNSWORTh ! , Minneapolis , Mimlu ,
MISS LILL1E WILLIAMS , Oaialma , Neb.
These ladies are perfessionahs and the fastest riders In time world , and bold all
tIme IS-hour and 48-hour records.
This race is for the Eigbtoon Hour Chant ; mlouishmip of the World , cud Is open to miii
corners until 4:30 : p. ma , , Beptejmiber 16.
COME OUT AND hAVE A MEI1ItY 'i'i.ii ; .
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1(1 ( 2) ) womi , ICitig' Stotto (8 ( to 6) ) ecotti1 ,
Vmmulemia ( ii ) tO 1) ) thmirti Theta ' 101
i"lfthi nice , iamrse , one mmuile 1)03' (10 %
Mar (9 ( to II ) vmim , I4ismuiti (5 ( to I ) moecomlj ,
t'ret'mmumumt' ( C to 1. ) third. Tlmmi . I l2
Slxthm race , six fumniuligum. selling tirorgo
v. hitmiihu'y ( I to 61 womi , ( 'minnie 1' (5 ( to 2) )
$ rtuttml , Jack Ihrmutlit'y ( Li ) to I ) ihmirtl , TItmio
1.16 ,
Set'immmd hst i 'a limo o'img ii t ( 'orimi mug ,
COltNlNG , 1mm. , Sept. i2.-Special ( "l'ete.
grummn.Thme second day's raring of the
. . ' dmimiis cottmit' fair tramisimireol today , Simm-
mnmirieg :
2:31) : chuuum , trotting :
I ettio I I I I
limicic' iick , , . . . . . , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , 2 2 2
I 'gim ( ho 3 3 3
Timuic ! 2:31 : , 2SIt,4 : , 2:33. :
Specimul trot :
Imatutu , , . . . , , , . , . , , . , . , . . . , , . , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , 3 2 1
Almuinmut Shmernman . , . . , , , . , . , , , , , , . , , , , , , , , 2 1 2
I'huiio : 2:26 : % , 2:3l : , 2iJ : % ,
Citui' 2:35 : , trotting :
.himnmny Petit. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I i
Surveyor , . . . . . . . . . . , . , , . . . : , , , , . , . , , I 1 2 2 2
flnshmtiv l'mummkt'y..m I ; i
Citrrie'ihkes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 I 3 4 4
'l'hmmme : 2:45 : , 2:11 : , 2l15 : , 2i9 : , 2:12t. :
ltummmnlmig , tumme imihle tumid repcat
iltimel ( ' . . . . , , . , . . . . . . , . . . , , . , . , . , , , , . , . , , , , , , , I I
llootloo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 us
Marhmmum . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 2
Timmte 1:53 : , l:5i. :
hhlu'i'ho' Ituullmifi'ml I hue linree ,
llOi l'I'EIN , lii , , Sept , 12.-Simeclmul ( Tc'he-
grnmn.-iitumiio'r F'alrmmuoulthieChmictugo bi.
cyitsi , totlay defeaii lerby , aim lilt Grove
horse , In forty-emma mnlmmumtes immut twemmty.two
seetummilmo. 'l'hmn race vmus for llfteemi mumihemu.
muimti time Imorume gave out at time emiti of time
fourteemmthm mitlle ,
Imt Croeso' : tI.'t'l lug A hmuumimimumeiL
LA CIIOSSEVls. . , Sept. 12.-Time ( mull race
meeting mit Lacrosmue Trotting hark ( cciv
nihie track ) , was decimiru'tl off by I'ropnietor
Neummmmeimott'r tuuimuy , 'i'lme step Is takemu omwlng
to time ummmfmivnrmuitle comidltlommum ammti Pmosimecta.
lie vlil hmave a big muectimug iii time sprimig.
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'J'hiotmsammds are tramping to thin
mumumslc of time Ahc-Sar.ilen Marchm-
SOc is tIme milce-entmnimctmug mtmusic ,
) sotmremmir cover-imellm time Kmilgimtmo
every timmie 'otm , lmuy one.
\Vti also mmiumlce lmicttmre fruinrum
timito woehe while you wmtit-Imalf
I usual linens.
A. IIOSi'E , Jr. ,
Music nmmd ftrt ,
itt li I ) tmumglas.
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AMUSEMENTS.
oRELti THATHE
Tel. 1531-l'AXTON iIUflOhlSS , Mmcrts.
ltmT1'ltN IINCIAGEMIIST oI TIlE
JOHN STRPLETON CONPRNY
DIrectioui of UUSTM'tI C11O1IMAN.
TONIGHT AT 8:15.
ALSO FhtID.tT ANI ) 8.TUltiA1' uB'iNINr.H. :
DtMlhhe & ] Joiaumco'S l'ammmotmmm Cumetly.1)mamna
The
Charity Ball
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MtsTINlE sA'rUUDAY.
i'mdUceit by pecln1 arrangenient with ths
New York Lyceu.nm theatre.
COMINU.-itptrmmulier i5'iS : A. It , l'lnk'a
gmeat ] umucing lrauna ,
'TIIF DERBY WINNER. "
B OYD' S I Three Comnitmcnl1ujt Nl'hits
'l1liiirsclay , Sept. 12.
MATINEE SATURDAY.
Henry Irvltmg'mo timamuiatlc versiomi of Goctlm'a
subiixmmc Inspmratiomi ,
'AC7T , "
Introducing thme Poptmhnr hlomamitic Actor
MR. JOHN GRIFFITH
AS MIIPIJISTO.
MOUNTED W'ITil liltiTOltid SCENERY
ShowIng :
The Brocken j'arndhse
The Electrical Itmel '
The Iescent 'Into 1Inile , Etc.
The achcnomvietiged mmiiuster ncimicivemmmelmt of
the 19th century. Sale of imeats will oimemi
\Vedmmesduy mnornin at umsuni enices.
B OYD 'S NEW
I'Rlm and hinrmmey Streets ,
STATE PAIR WEEE.
SEPTElBER 15 , 16 , 17 , 18 , 19 , 20 , 21.
IIATiNI111S Will ) . ANt ) SAT.
TIlE EM lNE'i' COM EI)1AN ) ,
MIt . .
Rolatid REED
IN 'ru lIEU lihLIhiIAN'l' coIEUICS.
Sunday , Thu Smitlrlcul : ( Jommody ,
Monday , THE
Tuc'idaynimti Wcdmiesdmiy POL1'fC1AN. , ,
Muitimice-
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amid J 'LEDYWR WIFE"
Tlmttratlity- -
Criday mtmmd Time Ei.'coumtnlc Commuumhy ,
Saturday amid t Jnnocet ? Lamb"
Sat. hnthutce - _ - - -
tO : A IVANOE I 7 (
25cm 500 , 7 AND $1.00.
CourtlandBeach
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every might licreeftar ,
0 r'o't
p try
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( ) I' 111 i iig
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0 all
BEAUTIFUI4
WORKS
FrIdImY NlgItt-CIlII.IREN'5 NIO1IT.
Satuirtiny NiglItA. . U.
II , .s.'r'cii Sen t 'l'lo'Itul" II I
lruiW Shirt' , lUlls uoimmi & 'm.rnUmU ,
- GRAND -
Street Carnival.
1tesoar'ed et1tM iHili FarLtnuti ,
Price , 50c , 75c , ud $1.00
'felopitotila .19.
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