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TIIE OMAHA DAILY BEE : TTJ DAT , SEPTEMBER 22 , 1890.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
Ailt prllmMiic-nlii fur tlicne columns
will lie < nl * n tuilll 12it : ( ) p. in. , for the
cvcnltiR nnil nnlll H p , in. for the
inornliiK ntiil Snnilnj- edition * .
AuHrtla -r , by rciiticnlliiK n nnm-
licroit rlicck , cnn lin\c nniiTvern nil-
llrp"ril to ti HllliilM-rril IrltiT III care
of The HiAnimcra p > n nililre-Miicd
-i111 lie ill-Ill ori-tl on iire < iGiilntlon ot
lhr > rlierlc nnl- .
Hull-- t-Uc a vioril Drat liiNcrtlnui
3u n vronl Jhi-ri-nf ( IT. .Nothlim tukcn
for lr-i- > limit 'J."c lor I IIP llrnt lii-er-
ilnii. TlieHp nil * prtlNumoiitN must lie
run pftimpcufltely.
AVAISTIJIJ MAI.n II1SLI' .
WANTED AN IDEA , \\IIO PAN THINK OF
come simple thine to pitonf Protect your
Idpnn they tuny brine you wealth Write Jnhn
\Vct < lerhiirn * Co , l > * pt. V Pntctit Attorneys ,
Wa hln tnn n C for their J1 VX ) prl-e effer
ami ft list of 800 Inventlon * wanted n-3"l
WANTED-AN ACTUI : MAN IN EVEHY Lo
cality to rcprc-ent us ( no fortune hunter
wanted ) , will cuurnnttp HJOO wN-My nml nil
expenses. InvcstlRate nt once llnx SW. IUs-
ton , Mnsi U-M3S1 O6'
[ ( ' $ cn TO * iv ) AND KXPEN.SES PAID SALESmen -
men for cigars , experience unniccssaiy , extra
Inluceinr-ms ( o customers. Cms C Ulstinn \
Co . fit Louis -MM' o *
WANTED MI.N TO LE UlN \UltEn 1 TIlAriE.
-Ituntlnns or locations iiinrantc"il after only
8 weeks' practice ; complete uulflt of tool *
Blven , wanes while learning , catalogues milled
free. Molcr' " Hitber College , S19 N Olh nt .
Kt Ixml * Mil H-.M8I2 H *
LAnoiiEitq ron RAILROAD COMPANY
work. Wyoming , Rood WIIR * * , free fnre
Kramer A. O'llcain , 1120 1'nrmiin 'it
IMRS" 52 *
3 A DAY ANt ) HOARD WITH STEADY EM-
plnj inont to men wltii TOO , belt n-tere-I.ees
Riven and rciiulrnl Address X SO ltc
U,0 A MONTH BALVRY PAID SALESMHN
for cigars Pine line an ! MICCIA ! Induce
meiils. TinW L. Kline Co. 201 S Hrnnd-
way , St. Louis , Mo. H MD30 22 *
AV ATi2i > _ rmiAin HISI.I * .
Wj\NTE b A NACTIVE YVOMAV AT 11010
weekly 10 represent us Addiesa llox f > 108 llos-
ton. MIIS- ) CJ-M5S4 OS *
WANIED-UIRL ion GENERAL HOUSE-
worlc. small rumllj. 2711 Popplel.m Axe
C SG2 21
WANTED A GIRL TOR GENERAL HOUSEwork -
work ApplJ 2111 Capitol avenue CMtl.'S 22
WANTED , AT WOMAN'h INDUSRIAL UN-
loll illnmK room ilrls and illshvvirticr IJIO
vT'ANTit ) . oiith ron
work , email tumlly 2417 'cppkton nve
i\ C K 21
OU
1IOUSCS IN AUj 1'AIUS OT TI11J CITV 1111
O 1' . Davis Company , 1505 fainum 1 > 372
HOUSKS. UCNCWA CO , 103 N. 151 1 1 ST.
U J73
MOUUHN HOUSCa. C. A STARR. 925 N Y 1.11'E
D 374
BILVM niAiiD STOWS ANIJ I-I.ATS
Itoualil Itunck , utint , 1610 Clilento street
D 373
citoicu nousis AND COT r\eiis AM. OVLII
the city , J3 to J' l Fidelity , 1702 Tarnain
376
LAUGH LIST Of HOUSES inn I1YRON-
Heed Co , 212 B. Hth Ft. U-377
HOUSES WALLACE , LIROWN ULIC 1G1H
and DouRlaH D 378
r. D WEAD , 1C & Douglas
D2IC b3
FOR RENT , ID-ROOM HOUSE. .
pnfect repair 112 N 10th Bt D-MlCil
7-TlOOM IIOtJSG , MODi : N , 2I"0
street : otwi 7 room cottii u adjoining ApplJ
to O N Clujton ( it VValjasii olllee , HIS rninnm
sti oct D M2CI
4 & u-HOO.M IlOLfaK , SJC SO 1STII
4-UOOM HOUSLb , CHEAP 110J MA Re Y. _
von RENr , A CHOICE nirrACHED MODern -
ern t'room house. No 2o29 Capitol avc JJ5 00.
. H II Roblecn. D G69
M Moiir7itNcoHNKU ri.vr 2101
D-MIM O10 *
cnworth st -
rou ni\rr , i UUNISHIIU on uNr
e , 3 icomu , modern COD I'.vrk avtnuc
3-U001I COir\ClG. S 13. 231) AND CLUcKC
rou ncNr , n ROOM corrAesr : 2aiu AM >
rarnim street lniiilie | Milton Itosera c > - bins
llth nml lainani Pr
6vNtns or'srorTFROOMS , IUOCKS , rr vrs
or ccntiallr loeateil lioum-b which they wish
to liuvo rented nhuuia list them with Potter
& Goer . ! Co . S W. cornel ICt.i nn lKarnini _
ion nnNr , riviiY : riiiNTsiiiD : HOUSL
nil modern conveniences. LugoJ"J. . > ' "
etc only few liloclcs fiom lllili rchocil 1'ot-
ter Ai Oeoac Co. S W eoiiKi Ktli nml rai-
_ _ _ _ _ _ _
tonij.1 ri.ATSVITII rvin\Tii i xei M vv
and Bliktly Hist claj In the Uiu 1 l e bulhl
Jim l tn and r.un.im Appl > to lulm AV
llSublim locins , 3 ami 4 D.ivtdjo bull IIIIK. ,
iioi'sf : 'TTirNirfiTTrdoMs Mint AiTi-
moilt-ri conveniences , * uiroiiiicllus nKreeable ,
at I.nlin - la n , IA.II Invest eor 21i-t und 1 Jka Btii
o'itoou"ifmcK r'i "MI niou f-aiooi. 10
mliiiitcfi wnlU to bisinoj \ \ . I Unit
COITAOI : , i uiNibiiD ou XJN-
I m nlalied. to : S COth. 1 >
yon. HiiNT ii'uiiM < > iiniJ
s I'UurwsiiKU itooMH ron
foi man and lt - llcnl tnkcii In board 319 N
It. U 11112
iinui : NIC n FUUNIMIILD HOOM.S , LIGHT
* & * " ? luiiifo , | > ln7 1112 S Hii'
rf- I - *
WITH MUDEI1N
c < nv " to nnn an ! wife for 111 Acl-
l"c.c E-M630 23
HOOM-j AM * 1IOA11U.
NICK HOOKS HOARD. 2011 DOUOLAS
V MJJ1 Jl '
I'LKAHANT JIOOMS ANJ" ) EVf r.I.UINT
bojid 11)05 ) Capitol -\ve VMJU SJ
roil iiKNf. ruitMs.ui.i ) icooiisnii oil
without | icni < < , ttcum lune n 1 nil modern
JnipiovcmoiiU , spuinl low later for the wln-
Jlldl end liot'l , lui i wnu clilcmo , ti J
> 1'iancK , | in.ile.loi | _ _ r)0
" " " "
no u < n i--ouon 'iiii"wrrtn :
U'O H 15th. r MCW 1 ! '
I'OH UOOMS.
cu.VMUi.ii8 TOR iiorsnivnci'XNU. MAN
nndilCo , vvattfr In l.Utl.e-1 , fcltel sink. 310 N.
lllli. elMS17 S
KOR un\'r A.M > tirncns
I'JHST-CLVhS IIRIC'K blollE lit II DING , 1011
I'uin.im ; time ttiloi > und lujvnn.il , will altci
to tult iriunt Ion rent , ' 11 lb' t.nt'l U'k bids
1-37. *
"lOll JIIINT , ' 1UE 4-blORY J.itlUC HUlLUINO
at 610 rarnam t > t. lliU bull lln , ; lu > n. Ilicproof
cement huseniont. roinpltto ittc.mil luraint li\-
lures , water nil nil llci'is1. s\v , etc , Apply ut
fiolllce orji 1m rite l 'W
1HE 1 ( milTTjoTtY" ) II VSEME.N'l , llTtTcK
Imlldlni ; nt Ull llnviird rluut Dutiable fur
rtoince and cominlNi'loii , or luuniifiietiulns bun-
U. e , IJatlonol InnK 1 Ji9
A NO o-i . - , i N in / j Kjj\nA v-
Idge l.Jll.lliiK. . mil und r.nnanippl > to
'Juliu V , 1 ! bldii ! ) , rgomis 3 ti-vl 1 ! ) ivt < U < > lldg
_ _ _ _ l-Vtt 10
\\'AN1io IAOVANU "ll'.Nl I.V.'OJK
for \ \ nukcnliott Wfr ; < 'o coi l > to .vnrk In
Umibn ci t'ounrll llhiffn Tall or nddre&s
IStS llitino. lifter JC .1 111 J M.T _ :
uio MONivNivrr.sr fAM'uo
ci'mlo biittc-ni I1" Iclnil * bottom | > rli s , box
mmplra for dime , ( MnipuUu liupjil } rompany ,
HI Airh btieel. Ilniluil , .Macs. J-M9U
AtivrsV.MJD. .
AOi.sia : MAKI : is0110 JISM Av iNrno-
.diieliiic th "Uomtl , " Hie onlr II M tnap uliot
canicin niaila , the Kroutrm btllcr of tha cen
tury , uriicrul unil luul OKHilH v anted all over
Iho vorld. excluslte lcirllur > . Milts today for
li'lirs and saiuiilcis AlUill'lileAl.Mi Cu. X 83 ,
IM Cross * . Is JM4 l M
\VAATBIJ TO
\VANT IO. A uM3iin iioi-SK'iioM oc-
tuber until July , or lunger ; reply Clifford W ,
faith. no Fninam SL K-rra
hTOHAOi : .
B c ,
0i 910 Joins , General .tcrag > und forwardlnir ,
M-JS1
OM. VAN & , Iil5 TAIt'M
roil SAI.I : nonsns AMI WACJOXS.
i TALKS CAnniAtin1 ? , nuaoiEq ,
phaotonn , bottom prices. A. J. Simpson , 1403
DodKe. r-184
J HUOO1KS | Z3 TO ICO ; 4 PHAETONS. VltOlt
131 to ; r , , 2 Mirrrys , ICO to 190 , 4 family nt-
r n-e JW to I12S2 new open rc > ail nr ' .i
tii , D/ummond Carriage Co. ISlh And llarni-l
l'-M3T SSO
I'OH SAl.K MISCii.l.AM20US.
A I'INK CHIC-KtlllNO fl'lllCIIlT PIANO
only JIM CO Urc Ftone Co uirlulit , 1115
Some other upright * . Jlto tXi I'lntui * to rent
Win II Schmocller A. Co 318 McCiRue lilde
CHHAPKST HAISinVOOll WOVI'.N COHN CI11I1-
_ jln mnde C U l.ec 901 Douglali ? ss _
ATTENTION M'KINUY rMTHS' lU'III.
cnmpin | ; Innterni tnun oil burn brlcht , burn
nil tilsht Hed , vvhlln blue an 1 Keil 1 S < > nil
Jl for two fnmpleto lluhl htnmplnR Co ,
Detroit Mich Q M9I8 2J
CI.IH0 \ A > TS.
MUH MAHY miTZ CI.AIllVOVANT S21 N
Kth -MW O3
On , IIAT1IS , KTd.
MMi : SMITH , 1121 1 > OUOI.AS STllCnT. 211
llonr , loom S. mac-age , stenm , alcohol nnd
sulpliurlno tmtli * . T M917 26 *
MISS AMKvAI'Ol 11ATI1S , MS3Ao S07
0 3th st. room 1. 1 VMS O7
Mits iii u : nMu-rnic1 MASSAC.H PAH-
lura rrfri 'lilni ; nnd curitlve , don't fnll to
call 417 S llth st , upst-iln. T M'JJS 20
Ml5S ! VAN \ AUCIINDUHO UIWIIOYS PHH-
minently b ) electricity sinoilluout'mlr. moles ,
wilts , etc. lloom 416 , N. Y Life Hlilff
U-3S7
iiupruiin cuituD , KO PAIN ; NO DIITUN-
tlon from buslnci * , e refer to hundreds of
pitlents cuted O U Miller Co , 307 N Y
l.lfo bulldliiR Oinn.hu , Neb U S'iD
HA\T : MONiv : ny OOINCI TO nu sTJYMOuu
for jour dental work , half rules next thirty
U.ijs. 933 North 21th st. U M191-S22
DATHS MASSAnK. MMU POST. 31914 3 K.T1I
u-co
VIAVI. KOMI : IKIATMINT rou UTIIIINIJ :
troubles I'h Blclan In nltcrdanco. Consultu-
tlon or licallli book free. rii > lice bldRU
U S'K )
IIO TON D1SHSS CL'ITINO ACADKMV
100 ladles wunted to leun ° > stem taiiRht by
MM. G Sheller 1923 S 17lh street U M3SS
UONSIdNKUS ANTUD AT WOMAN'H IN-
dustrlal union 1310 UodgeI. . V bS 22
MUNUV ' 1O IOAUHAI , KiTATK.
ANTHONY IXJAN & TULbl1 CO , 315 N Y L ,
Quick money nt Inn latcs for choice furm loanj
In lena , northern MUsouil , cistern Melirnska
VV 331
CITY LOANS C. A STAHIt , SJ3 N Y I.lt'K
VV-39.
MON13Y TO LOAN ON 1MPUOVKU O\I
real e tale llielinan , Lo\e Co , IMxton blork
VV-3'3
LOANS ON mpnovnn s. UMMi'iiovnn CIIY
pioperty. W rarnam bmlth A. Co , 1320 rniiiuin
\V-3M
MONI'Y TO L.OAN AT LOW IIATHS Till :
O r Oivls Co U0' > I'.umm St \V-3Jj
M sioo ur. r DVUAIJ , le i uoui.i.vb
V.24jb"3
TO I.OA.ClIA'lTCLb. .
MONFJY TO LOAN ON I tTHNlTUUR 1'IANOb
hprsea , wagons , etc , at lo\vc ' rite In city ,
ro icmoval of goods , strictly confidential , jou
can piy the loan off nt nny time or In am
amount. OMAHA MOHrOAGn LOAN CO
300 bo Kill St
X MC
MONEY 1O LOAN. 30 , CO , 00 DA'i S , rilltM
ture , planoa etc Dull Urcon , room 8 Ijnrxcr bile
X uJl
roil SALU ABOUT 2000 LDS MINION -UPC.
'to Ib-i igatc I'.O pall \\o-thlid cases. JO
double Iron stands for tv\o thlid cn es Ihl-s
m cti rial Una use 1 on The Omalii Lie and la
In fnlrly seed conlltlon Will be sold ci-ap
In bulk or In quintltles to suit purchaser
ApplJ In person or b > null to 'Ihe Bio Pub
ll'hlnsr Co. . Omaha , NVb Y 711
*
roit SALT ; ON SATIMvcronv TI-HMS , COM-
plele - > lock of Je-velij nnel cptlcul ( roods , sife
c.ic le tilator , toold , mateilal , tie Address
X 11 , liee Y M'ii'i 2.
\v ISIUNOTO GO ocri or t
business. 1 will rent in , sli p and HMures
for ono or 'hreo Jems to a Kou'l refponslhle
man , ciop is good ami most .ill this 1011110
Is ut der Inlsitlon Doughtj Co. I.oxlnston ,
NVI > Y MbOl Ji
pAm\N'in WITH ? : oo no j'oo N
n guod uttylni * , established bublmi Vd Iress
X Jl. Jec. : Y MUol 22
KOH i\cui.\r.n.
ion SV.LH on n.\pii : : rji : ron LV\I > on
incichanill'p. JIOOO tlocl linplemrnt jubblnj
houseAddrcsn V. C M . Ueu olllce , C'luncll
llluffn Zb71
KOH SU.K Illl.VI.
II\OU DiSIllL TU 1'liltCUAhi :
cmt pi pcrlj , c iejp lols 01 liuutcs aid lots
foi cash or in veij ea"j teinw do nut fall
to i the ridi'lltj 'Jrutt ( "o ? nuilipu-t cornel
of HLO liullcllnt'llieli ll't la luite und tbej
recummend nutlilni ; but barralns rtc M'J71
AiisTnAcrH TJILUYHON uui i ) COMPANY
iti ; sas
_
Fiii n it > A bxP
J lotMllltuiy uve. ne-r Hninllton ft , and n
lot on West Leave nv. orth all for $ t > oO
J VV Ilobblii' , lit I nnd I'arnani sts
IH5-M7M 22
foil bAL.U Uo T TAIC13 YOUllwo.\t.\
out of tha banks nnd hoard It or put It wliuc
It can be stolen Uettei buj a I ome. a lot
or a fu\v ncies near me clt > at onc-linir v.ilue
or buy a teed Ilrst inorthaxu on Impioted
reil i elate , pa j able In told anil bearlnit T
per cent ecnil annual InUiest We hive the
homes , the lols the nne-i and tie Una mort-
ITiite Innim winch we me ofhrliiB for Hale
and will bo filad tu .how them to .mj one
winning iiiofitable and ubs. lultlyifo Invest
im-nts Potter fc Ocorse Co . S W c rner
16th and I'.urain rtB Mill " 0
_
'
LcT'elinM1. ItUAL'TlFUL COTTAGI
0 ifiunis biinuner Kltciicn Iwrl nnd soft
vUot t > oil In Ui ctllai , lol U3\t.7. cntt fiont
p irt crifli ! bilamo C per cent 810 N 2jth
htiea nn "a
_
.vT lLl7LT nojn : IN Tin : vicfNny OP
llaiiscim purk. A dellshtfnl nnd Hhtlj place
iiiianl i icuriU with Bluubbery nnd evcrj
ill tli nineWill take simillei plice In
iBi If Intel cited call coon on M. J Ucn-
K. bon. 310 J. J. Urown l" * .
IM5.7
Tti nvrTA'NDS. rLosTiJl-b rnr cirY
M J. Kcnnaid , Hole utcut , 310 J. J Ilmvvn
Hi-MS 10
MJW SKVnN 11OQM MOOIJIIN COT-
. > , within wnlklni.distniiee of business. Will
lal it lot us i art lujment Your el inee , sec
UH ijuliK M J. lunnaiil , solo aitent 310 J. J
Urjwn block .IIJ M42S 20
\\JLI. lAic
or book iiceounts In the Oniiiia hivlnts lljuU
for renl i-tnto at hunt times vnlucti (1 G
Wullucc .UJ J J llruwn 1)11 ; , ICIh H Duiislas
lti-'JH 20
1'AItM LANDS. C. I' HAIUUfaON. 81. N 1 L
ItlJ-SIG O20
1H1I.UINO AM ) lO\\ ASSOCIATION * ,
SHAHKB IN MUTUAL L & I ) , ASS'N PAYS C ,
7 S p r cent when 1 , 2 3 sear a old , nlwnjs re.
eleemahle 1704 I'.unam st Nattlnger , bee ,
403
_ _ _ _ _
now TO GIT A IIOMK ou M.VUIU : coon
Interest on savlnirs. Arplj to Omaha U & 11
Ath'n , 1701 I'ainam Gk M Nattlnger , bee.
401
MUSIC , AUT AM ) \.Nil ) \i : .
ULOCUTION 1 H\SIPAI , CULTUHD MIIS W
N. Uorward , Ci N. 19lh. Cuttings from stand-
arJ autliora MWIJS
oibitaB F. GKLLINHICK. HANJO JND
guitar teacher , II 41 ! lice llldg. Tel m
100
A riNH STiiN\\AY PAIILOH OHAND.
worth 11,000(10. onlj t'.WHO , uiio upright Voso
& bens only 1110 00 , pliinoa for rent William
H , bclnnollcr & . Co Jls McCague HldK
-M91S
KATIinitYN A flOOl.SiLU TCACHKIl OP
the guitar 1C18 Hurt st tHHI 26 *
DUTI3CTIVI3 AGI.NOY ,
CA1TAIN P. MOSTVN. PKTECTIV13 AQIINCY.
all detective work carefully and promptly at
tended to : 210 Ktirbacli block , Oinalia. and 516
Itoaiioke I11J < , Chlcaito. M CCS Octl
IJA.VC tJ SCHOOL.
MOnANIVS NOW OPEN FOR LADIES1 QKN-
tlemen. children and private classes. For par
ticulars and terms please cull , Uin Hartley st ,
CS9 OH
KOHMJ ,
TAKIN , A LIQHT nno cow , WIIIIB FACE.
cut on left ear Call at vm Miami
Found-947 U >
FtmNtTimn PACKED , FINISHED , nn-
pfllrH , mattress * * mn.de ftnrt renovateil Tri
vvalkln , .111 Cumlng , tel 1M1. 60S-
I'AWMlUOIvP.US.
II MA11OWITZ LOANS MONUY , 418 M. Ifl ST
409
MUIMCAL.
THK PnOPI.K'S DISPRNSAIIY , 1522 DOtlOLAS
Ft. never mils In dUengos ct women ; elves
prompt relief without dangerous operation * ,
25 jear- ' experience M 'It 26 *
' ' " *
LAiTnIai nnciinsTnii's IVOL'IS'H"TKNNYI
ro > nl | > I1I Dlamnnd brand ) nre the bft
Safe reliable Tnke no cither Send 4c stamps
for particulars "Hellef fur Indies " In letter
by return mall At ilrucsIM * Chlehe-ter
Chemical Co Philadelphia. Pa Mention llec
Mill 22 *
MACIIIMS AM
NHW HOMI : noitsiiioi.u , vvimi : AND
Davis Sewing machines. Oinco 1514 Capitol nve.
-M229 b2) )
AMI
2D witnr.LS no TO 123 mmct.KS UPSNTIID
nnd repallcd Omalm Klcjclo Co , IClli nnd
Chicago S27
LOST.
LOST LADY'S WATCH CHAIN , COMPOSED
of California "cat's eje" Ptoncs , with round
nunte charm , Hturu to 1G13 I'nrmni nt nnd net
reward Lost MS47
IXIST. nnTwnEN ncKonY STIUIT AND
Junction Oenrrla nvcnue nndouth Omaha ,
on the bike nmil nice vvilp with Holld whale
bone center bultablc renrd for return or
same lo The lice office txi t M04S 23
MKHCIIA.Vr TAILOH.
MAV ronni. MEIICIIANT TAII.OU AND
steam I'lenrcr , will remove to bnsement unitrr
German Savings bank , beptcmbcr 1st. tel 897.
5G9 S-J7
SIIOHTIIAM ) AM ) TYIM'.WUITING.
A. C. VAN SANT'S SCHOOL. D13 N. Y. LII'E.
4CO
AT OMAHA IIUSINHSS COLLEGE , 1CTH AND
Do Klns , -M193 SM
DUFFY'S
PURE MALT WHISKEY
ALL DRUGGISTS.
For Reliable Political News
And to keep informed
Of the progress of tie !
Presidential campaign
You must
Read The Bea
Every day.
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SPECIALISTS
Hcivous , Liuouic
-NWiSSfcH-JTV a i. . u . u .
- -
SilTra-HW'- Private IJUBK
-
l&lSHrfl $ " W.o.eli ! " uf A
S5Wls }
, ls - Uiatmmit by u
rtVSt\r > Rr consultation free-
Cured for life end the poison tnoiomhly
rimmed from thyitcm PILES FISTULA
an Iire-T.vt , ULCERS , in DISOCELKa ANLJ
VARICOCEI.n permanentl/ and succusfullj
cured Method new and unfailing.
STRICTURE AND GLEET..3. !
. . . . . . . .
By new mctbod without pain or cutting.
e'all on or fuldtoyj will stTinp
fir Srnr ! llu ! 4tii9-i
? ? iv ir ?
Ult fcjtdil'yj ' IX Oualt Ji Oui4tlA Nb.
U u lllg for m itural
lli"tl1 " " -en , inlliii 11 ulona ,
iliitr.ruel id ItrilalluiiH 01 iilmntlonu
not w itriaiurv of 111 Me oil ri I lubrilllHS.
l'r rtDti conulin. 1'ilinliHj , ln , nit lltllln-
BTHEEV 13CMEWHfo ! K1-1' "r I oUoluilii.
"
Bold hJriiuIiitB ,
17 S. A. j r ? * ' * I rlvin wrniper.
< * PIH' . puidii. tor
HAVE WON FAME.
As the result of nnvnrjlnj BIICC < " < H In tlie
ticiitnient ofvcjk men , rnhtnrhiK to them heximl
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SLAVIN IS BADLY WHIPPED
Oonquoror of Zilraiu is Mcatcn Himself in
Hollow Fashion !
STEVE O'DONNEL ' A WINNER ALL TIIE WAY
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rnnrjI'uln 2 in 1 on Ilio I.nncr , Wlio
Oulj Scr t-H n * I'uiicliInK
fur Illrr llv < > Coiin-
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YORK , Sept. 21 Steve O'Donnel de
feated Trnnk Slav In In the fifth touiul at the
Empire Athletic club In Maspeth , I , I. , to
night. They met for a tvvciityround bout
Slavln was a 2 to 1 favorite at first , but on
a rumor that he had liijmed himself while
punching the bag , these odds dropped and
there \vas fair betting at 7 to 0 In his favor.
When the men entered the ring both looked
to bo In good condition nnd each weighed
about 1S2 pounds.
Hound 1 Slavln led off with right on
bed > Holh exchanged lefts on nee'k In
a clinch Slav In landed left on body nnd
O'Donnel bent straight left on faceHotli
men then roughed It niul fought wildly.
O'Donnol a-mimed the ngsresslve nnd
luicled his left twice In qulek succession on
fnee1. Then thej exchanged lefts oil face
and , In breaking nway , O'Donnel hit Sl.ivln
a h.ircl punch on the back , which sliiggvrcd
him O Domic ! nmtln Be'nt his left twlco to
fnco and had the better of the round at
the call of time
Hound 2 Slavln was very nwkwanl nnd
O'Donnel got In left and right on the' head
Hoth men fought rapidly , e\t-lmngltig
punches on he-nil nnd bodv A Intel right
from O'Donnel made the blood How fiom
Sluvln's nose-
Hound 3 Slavln led oft with left on face
and both.clinched Slavln landed left on
neck nnd right nn heiul O Donnel J.ibbod
Ic-ft on fare Thev exchanged lefts on face
and cllnc-hod When they bioko O'Donnel
e.une back qnlckl > with BliaUht lefts on
the face without a retuin
Itomid Slavln opened with a hard left
on Iho face He1 then wont nt O'Donnel In
a wild fashion nnd thefighting was of the
Klvo and take older O'lJonml thru sent
his right o.ci on the- Jaw nnd Sl'i\tn backed
Into his corner O'Donnel smashed him
light und left nnd the bell just saved u
knockout.
Ilounel 5 O'Donnel v1 ent at his imn In
iilambaiig fashion , rnlnllig blows on head
nnd neck. S'avln ' tied palnfullj iiiound the >
ilnr and Paddy Goimnn , his second ,
Jumped through the ropes to take him out ,
but the refuroc w.irned him back Goiman
tlii-n i.ild 'Trnnk Is dead , therela no mac
In this going on anv longer" In theme in-
tlmo O'Donnel kept himmerlrc ; nwa > with
both tlstii nnd he soon had Slav in B f.ico
liouncled Into Jollv Two heavy lights on
the he-.ul and n left on the neck sent Slav In
nralnst the ropis in .1 holplesj condition
und then the icferee- pulled thn men .ipilt
: md stopped the- contest , after llic > nfth
round 1 ael lasted ono minute nnd 3" >
t-rcomln
Hcfcreo Hurst awirdcd the fight to O'Don-
! nel. Slav in wants to meet O'Donnel again ,
1 claiming the Injury to his back caused defeat.
I In the picllmlnary 'Kid' Madden defeated
.lac * . McKeeck In ten rounda , bintam
weights.
SAN riUN'CISCO. Sept 21 Thomas
Sliarkcy nnd Jamea C6rbctt arc to fight ten
i ro.mcls In this city fell a purse ot " 51.2,000
'This ' afternoon the bmrd of supervisor. )
1 granted a permit to , Hhe Eureka Athletic
club toglvo an ttlitit c exhibition on Thanks
glvinn ; eve in this city It was announced
that the piinclpals In'the contest would be
lliaikoy and Corbett The battle will be
fought In tl.e meclnnlcS' pavilion.
I\CW YORK , Scpt/Sl Uobeit Kit7slm
mons , the pugilist , has lie'cn arrested on an
indictment found by the grand jury last
week , accusing him df agrcplns to engage
In a fight with James J1orbett. . Kitzsim-
raons pleaded not guilty and was held in
$1,000 Lall. _
unsM.'is o > Tim ui'wi\ ' J TIrics. .
Tint 11 I'n''iii iteCi > ni < N TliroiiKli 111 tilt-
ST. LOUIS , Sept 21 All the- favorites
fell by the wn'vslje ntt the Vn\i \ groundj ,
while .second aii'l thli'T , choices vvcio sue'-
ecssful In threeof the ! events , with the
others tolngi to outsiders Track good He-
Tirst race , belllnr , sl-c furiongT .Too Hart
(1 to 1) ) won Jlrrcx.ry ( ii to 1) ) second ,
Sv i ty (5 ( to 1) ) third Time 1 17U.
SLCOIK ! r.ue .sol'lng ' , seven fmlotiBS
Ilonry lllrtlr.s ( JO to 1) ) won. Ifpssen ( ' to
2) second , Dew ol June ( S to 1) ) thlid Tlnu .
1.20 '
Third rare , 2-jeir-o'ds , five fut longs
HolstslioiTobatro (10 ( to 1) ) won , .Tinnlta
( G to 1) second. Sugar Toot ( even ) third
Time : 1 0 !
rouith rai'e , ono ml6 ! : Girlnnd PTrr (18 (
In D ) won Topm nt (12 to r > ) second , IC.im-
pln (1 to 1) ) thlul Time , 1 I .Di
mill into , \rai-olds , blx fin longs. Indio
(4 to 1) ) won , Jllsa ll.iicci ( It to G ) second ,
Alvln V. ' Ori to 1) third Time 1 ll'fe
Sixth race , scllliiK , sK furlongs lomm >
HuttPr ( S to 1) ) won , Damocles 'J to 1) ) HCC-
end , Miunlo G (10 ( to 1) ) thlid Time , 1:1CH :
CINCINNA'II , O. , Sept. Jl Hesults at
0 iklev.
First i.ieo , five furlongs Hclyiri ( G to ] )
won , Ijlgith v (10 ( to 1) ) second , Maduv (7 to
1) ) third Time 1 0"4
Second race , soiling , ono mile1 Leaflet (5 (
to 1) ) won. Jumboipp ( I to 1) ) second , A U C
(2 ( to 1) ) thlid Timilll'i
Third race , selling , hlfurlongs - .1 Wal
ter dr to 1) ) won. Captain Plpisill ( S to 1) )
sroond , Tldpi | s ( II ) to 1) ) thiid Time 1.15'
foui th moo , fKO handicap , ono mlle and
scvtntj jnrds , Hgbart ( H to 1) ) won , Toots
< r > to 1) second , lien Holllday ( .J to 2) third
limn 1 i ; % .
Klfth race , bellhifr , onu mllr : Hoblnson
( II to 1) ) won , M.mUicstpr ( PVPII ) bccond ,
Judith K to D ) third Time 1 12
DHTUO1T. Sept 21 llpsu'ts atVIndor
riut inee hPlllns1 , five ind dno-hill fur
longs : Austin won , Dmn isk .second , Ash-
lund third Tlmo1 JOV
Second rar. > , font nnd one-half furlongs
Hurry H won Ncconirlu ajcond , Pilnccss
JMiiPk Ililtd 'Jlirr 0 37' j
Third rate , BPlIlnr PPVPII eighths of n
mlle SlaiiEA won , Kxcuso second , Gomot
third 'llmo 1 31
Konilli line , live nnd omlialf fiiilongs
I.ady Gallnhan won , Forfeit second , John
Comoj third Time 1 10' ' , .
riftli race , nilllng , onp mllp. rimilpy
V/ebri won , Doslgnei jccond , Hapalatchle
third Time 1 I"
Shlh iiueHelling , flvp nnd onp-half fur
longs If won lilsmaiik second , Atlanta
thlid Time 1 10'3
AiiHtrnllnii'i AVI n In ! . . ' ) .
PIIIIjADni-PIlIA. Stpt -The Aus-
tni'lan crickpt eli-vnn vvpii the International
nlcl'ot rnntch fiom the tTntel ! States team
miilo up of PhlladelphHiif- a margin of
123 runs Glffen and Ki 1'ey ' , the Saturday
not outs , re.sumi-1 tlH > Ir Htiml at thf
wlcketfi this morning y Ith ono vvlckut rc-
m lining to fall Tiny i > , urKd the total to
liO ind then Glffen v.as t night and bowled
bj Ilillcy Thu Ati-tialloni' total foi both
lnnlnfH was i2 nnd ns'tho local tfnm had
n ado 123 In their first ; thi-y would liuve liail
n nwlto in ivi'U J. > "c to svtln the muti h
They nude juat ono riui rnpie than half thai
1 umbel , ] o The vvlo.ii'it todiy vvaH is
spullallv In favor of the bow lira , but the
credit for the victory In longs lo the brll
11 nit playing of the v&iUor.s. Thti Phlla-
uplphlanu could do llttk with their tiun-
dlers nnd the Iloldlnnwofj , the Australians
was especially lino.
9un/ , |
'itllilninUVlllHx
Nn\Y V'OHK. Rept 'Il' ' ' Franic T.
of Chlcigo hus placed ) n'to ( | linnda of Dixie
Him a cdltoi of the 5\mVrlean Wheelman ,
, i de > poMt of J7W to blWiJ'a tmtch races be--
tvveen JameH Jllch inmultl1 Frank Hlaibilck
for ono houi Jllchael l | likn the Amerlean
leqorcl Friday at the. i ipf the Quill cluU ,
Mr.ui / Oransby , of Ko.
153 ICorcEt : tdnipUi ! ! , Uenu ,
T-rite-d tiiatliia Imd
- wile can
cer wiilbui had oaten tr-o
largo iiujtaiu her breastnnd
TVhlclt the beet phyelclana
of the surrounding 00111111"
treated , nnd pionounccel in >
curalilo-1 Her Rranduiothpr
uiiel ounf had died ot
and when told this , Uip most
eminent gpocialiBta of New
York , under whoso treat ,
jnent she was placed , de
clared her Cftso waa hoprlcsa.
AH treatment having tailed ,
eho WHa given up to dip
8. 8. 6. was recommnndcd ,
and B tonlebinK as It may
eeem , a few bottles ciucd
lier eound and wclL
Our troatlso on this dis
ease will bo sent trco to
any Address.
SWIFT SPECIFIC CO. ,
AlUntaG3
wheelmen nnd Stnrbttck wna defeated by
only eight jnrdi In the hour. Details will
lirolmbly be nrrangt- tomorrow. The man-
npcr of Starbtick wants the rnco to tnko
place nt once , but Hck Is anxious to hn\e
the mutter hnng over until Michael Is In
better condition
\3iis or Tim A \ TIOi > i.nimi : .
( Inl.n.il Homo
Mlth l.oulii IllP.
PITTSUUna , Sijit Zl I'lttsburg closed
the season here with Louisville this nflei-
noon , nnd split even with thp Colonels on
the two gnmcs The' flist v\ns a pltiher's
battle with llennnnn doing joiisldcrublv
the better vvork The- second game was a
slugging match , both pitchers suffering
about equally. Connie Slack retltcs fiom
thn m inagenipnt ot the- Pirates at the end
of the season nnd will take HIP simp posi
tion for the Milwaukee team PltlslnitK's
new mutnger has not been weleeted ns jet
Attendance. 2,0(0 S ( ore.
Pltlsblirg 1 2
Louisville . . 00000000100-1
Hits. Plttsbnrg , 15 , Louisville , 7 llnois.
Plttsburs , 2 , Louisville- Kained rmiH
Louisville , 1 Two base hits Ljons , Mc-
freery Three IIIBH hits Stenrel. First
hasp on balls Off Hermann , fi , off Hnwlev ,
1 Hit bv ) ) llched ball llonovmi. Struck
out Hy Hnwlej- P.isse > d bills Dexter.
HntteilesPlttsburg , Hawle > and Mi-rrltt ,
Louisville * , Hermann and Dexter I mplre
hcore , second
Plttslmrg . 0-1
Loulsvlllo . . 0-li
HitsPlttsburg , 11 , lyoulivlllp , 12 ir-
rors Plttsburg , 3 , Louisville. 1 Knrned
runs. Plttsbutg , n , Louisville , 3 Two bue
hits- Smith Lvons , Miller First base on
bills Off Cunningham , 1 lilt by pitched
balls Holmes Struck out. Hy Kllleii. 2
Hntterles. Plttsburg. Klllpn mid Sugdiin ,
Louisville , CunnltiBhnm nnd Miller Um
pire Hmsllo
IIUOOKLYN Sept 21 There was a small
crowd and n listless rort of n gnmo at
HastPtn puk today Score
Hoston . . 0 T.
Urooklvn . . . 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0-S
Hits notion , S , Hrool.hn. C Hrrois.
Uoston , 3 , Uiookl > n. 5 Fntnrd inns Hos-
ton. 1 , Urooklvn , 1 First b I'P on balls
Off Slivetls , 2 , off Daub , 2 Struck out :
Py Stlvctts 3 , by Daub. 2 Hemo ; runs
Corcoran Time base hits Gilnln TV o
base hits : McOnnn , Grlffln llatli-ihs ,
Uoston , Sllvetts and Horgen , llrookljn ,
Daub and Grim Umplio. Hurst Attend
ance , 1 000
WASHINGTON Sept 21The Washing-
tons played loosely todiy und the New
Yorks v'on nn e isy vlctoiy Umpire Lvnch
called the game rt the end of the M.\ln
Inning , thousb It was light cnoimb lo pi ly
nt least two more Innings During the
game Captain Jovcc of New York w is prp-
snited with a solid sllvpr bit bv his U ih -
inglon admliprs Attendance. 41.S03. Score-
Washington . . . .202000-1
New Yolk . . . 2 0 1 2 1 2S
Ham hlti-r Washington fi. Now York 10
Htroii. Waslilngtnn , fi , New Yoilt. 0
Firn-d runs Washington , 2 ; New Yor' , 2
1'lrJt bT r > 01 balls. Hj Me-ic"l , 2 , bv
Me-pkln K Struck out 1 ! > Miekln. 1.
Jiitte'lpsWn'hlncton , Mercer and Me-
Ctilrp , New York , Meekin and Warm-r
Fmplro Lvnch
HALTIMOIli : Sppt 21 The Cluimplons
ted o won Ihelr hpvrnth garni this season
from the I'iilladelphl.n Hoth pltcnits were
hit jirettj lively , Carspv getllnr a shade
the worst of It Attendince , 1 , " 1S Pcoio.
P.iltlmoro . ' -10
Phlt.idPl.rhH . . -
Base hits Piltlmoip , 13 , Phlladeilphli , >
irors Uiltlmorp 1 , Phlladi mhla I
named runs naltlmore , 7 Phil idclphl i I
Two base bits Kpllev Throe-bT > o hits
Hallman , 1/ommlnir First on bills Oft
Hemming , I ! , off Car o , 4 Stiuek out 1J >
Hemming , 2 , bv CMr-ey 1 Wild pitch
Cane v , 1 Bitterlps Ualtlmorp Ifpmmlng
and Hnblnson , P > 11 idelphla. Cnrtfej and
Giadv llmnlie Honiung
CLin'FLAND. O , Fopt 21. The Clcvp-
Innds l.itt-d In butler luck than the Cln-
i Innatls In todij's game , which was dull
and unlnten sting Cuopy was compelled
to retire In thp fifth beciusp of .in Injuij
to hN hand Attend nice. 2 COO Score :
C'eVPHnd . * 4
Cine-inn ill . 010000000 1
I3aso hits- Cleveland , 10 , CInclinitl , ' )
KnotClcvel ind , 4 , Cincinnati , 2 Harncd
luns Cleveland. 2 , Cincinnati 1. Mint
bti'-e on bills- Off Cupp > . 1 , off Wll on , 1
Struck out I3j Wilson , 2 : bv Dw\cr , 4
TV , o-lnsp hits McKcan Hit by pitcher-
Iv Dw > er , 1 Uitteries Cleveland , Cuppy ,
Wllsnn nnd.Immer , C'lneinnnli , Dw > ei
and Vnughn Umpire : Sheridan.
STANDING OP THIS TCAMS
Phivpd. Won Lo-t. PC
lUltlmoro . i. . . 12" fS 37 70 I
Cle\cI1nd . 121 78 43 ( .3 4
Cincinnati . I2fi 7C M GJ .1
Po-lon . 127 71 50 C" 'I
Chicago . 12S 71 ri7 r , 5
Pittsburg . Uf ( Ti fil 51 ( .
New York . 12tl G. ! G4 4'i ' 2
Phllndelphli . 121 CO ( .1 48 4
Hiookljn . 121 B"i 70 44 fl
Washlncton . 1211 V > 71 " "J 7
St. Louis . 127 33 .1 2D 1
Loulsvlllo . 127 : C 'U 2S ,1
dimes todny Cincinnati at Cleveland ;
PhiladPiphli at ISaltimoie , lioaton at Itrook-
l > n ; New Yoik ut Wn ihlngton.
or TTrfirvTiJsThij's i < \oijn. .
] > etinlt n m ! ICi'iiMiiH CIti Cl\c 11 fti-rnt
lii'l < T-ii ! i\Iilblt lull.
DIwTUOIT , Sppt 21 Store , flibt pamp
Detiolt . . 2-12
Kansas City 2
Hits Detioil n , Kaiism Citv. 5 Ki-
ror-3 De-troll 2 , Kansas City , R Batteries
Flfl'ld and Twinuhim ; Waynes and Ulan-
ford
Scorp , aeeond game :
lietrolt 0 0 0 1 0 1 2 C
KansaH City . . . , J J 4 0 1 0 * 10
Hits Detroit G , Kans is City , 13 Lr-
rora- Detroit , 2 , K.ini is City , 2 11 itteri.-s
I'gan , Thom 11 and Tiost ; Uainett and
ni.infoid
COLUMP.US , Sept 21 Scorp , first game
Columbus . . . . 0-10
Minneapolis 0 0 1 J 0 U 0 0 1 r.
lilts Columbus 17 , Minneapolis , 14 1 > -
lors Columbus , 2 , Ailnncuj oils 2 Butter-
io.s UoHvvell and Kclioo , lialter and
Shrlvcr.
Score , second game :
Columbus 1-11
Minneapolis 04000-4
lilts- Columbus , i ; Minneapolis , S Kr-
lors Columbus 1 , Minneapolis , 4 JlatUi-
ics- Smith and Kcho.IJuki ; i and Rchrlvei
GUAND UAP1D , ? , Sept 21-Scoio.
Grand Knplds 1 0 3 0 0 0 0 1 0H
Milwaukee . J 0 0 1 2 1 2 t * -1J
HII" Giand It ipldn. 4 ; Milwaul.pe , ] ri
Fuors : Gland Unpins 7 ; MIlv , iul.ee , d
Pattcrles Ganln , Wolteis , Horlfje- and
Donovan , Joius and Spear
INDIANAPOLIS , f-ept. 21Seore :
Indianapolis 00001 010 0-2
SI 1 aul . 20000000 4-0
Hits Indianapolis ) . 9 , SI Paul , 18 Kr-
101 i Indianapolis , 1 ; St Paul , 1. Ui'ttei-
Ics : DivlH and Huiklcy , Mullani * and Spies
STANDING OF THH TUAMb
Played Won , Lost I' C.
Minneapolis IT ! KS 4.'i ( .32
Indliniai oils 1-0 71) M CS ! l
Dutiolt 117 7S r.'l .M.y .
St P'Ull HI 71 t)1 51 fi
Kansas C'lty 13 ! < J il fil '
Milwaukee < HI Bl 7 41.1)
Collimbm . . . . 137 SO 87 3 fi
Grand Uaplds. . lib 43 91 ii 0
Ganis toiluy Kansas City at Dpliolt ;
Milwaukee nt Grand Itnplds ; Mlnneipolls
at ColumbiiH , St Paul at Indianapolis
AI.IIIOV ( , ITS 'run uiiMtitnn.
U'liiH tinDi'ilillnn ( iniiii- from CuliT-
IilKi * \fli-r a llniil MriiKKli * .
ALHION Neb , Sppt 21SpecialUaln ( )
lOiday prevented the plajing of the game
scheduled for that diy The two final
gimes of the series were pi lyed Saturday
Coleridge won the morning gumo , 6 to 4
Scoot , for Albion , pitched winning ball and
but for numerous errors In the lie Id would
easily havevon the game foi his team In
the. jifteinoon gumo the tables turned ,
Albion winning by C to 1 lioth teams put
up a xtronh gameHagnn pitched In the
same form that has won fourteen out of
Heventppn games foi Albion this season
The feature of the afternoon gamu was u
terrific line drive , In the Hist Inning , by
liradley of A'blon ' , with tlm-o ine-n on
bases This game gave the serle-s and the
$100 piirsu to the Albion team. Score moin-
jng game :
Coleridge 1 2 0 1 0 2 0-C
Albion 3 000100-4
liaso lillH Albion , H ; Coleridge , & 1:1-
lora Albion , 7 , Coleridge , 2 Stiuek out
Hy Scott. 11. by Morrison 5 Hatlorle.s
Albion , Scott and Corbott , Colerldgii , Mor-
ilson and \Voad Umplio. Me-Gro s
Seore afternoon camu.
Albion 0-G
Coleridge . .000001300-4
liato hilH Albion , S ; Colerldgp , 4 ir-
rors. Albion , 1. Coleridge , 5 Threo-baso
hit : liradluy Struck out Hy Hat an , 7 ,
by Graham , 4 Uatterles Albion , Hagan
and Coibutt , Coleridge , Graham und Wood
Umpire McGross
DAVID CITY Neb. Sept 21 ( Special
Te-legram ) The first game of three for
the championship of the state and n purse
of 3109 was played here today , David City
winning easily. Score , by Innings.
Coleridge . S
David Clt > 10033303 1-13
Haae hits : Coleridge. 5 ; David City. 14
Krrors. Coleridge. 4 , Da > Id City , 3 Struck
out JJy Morrison. 2 , Uy Cook It Hat-
terles Morrison atone and Wood , Cook
and Corbett
AIi-Ciill' Illiie Illliboii Me-ft.
It was a trifle too frigid for open air
blc > cle raclnt laa't nlfht , and yet there waa
a sort of a crowd at the Charles Street
park to witness Mecall'i blue ribbon meet ,
The match race between McCall ot this city
and Hanks of Demrr wns the vlnt of
the c\enlnp. H nns a three hcixt affair
nnd Hanks was the winner McCill won
the first lie-at , a mllp paced In 2 21't Hinks
the second Start on opposite sldrs of the
track. 2 21. and Hanks the third two miles
In 5 2S Fredrlckson won both of the pro
fessional miles open In i 20 and 2 So 1-5
Laffeity second In onp nnd Smllh of Denver
In the e'ther Oirdmr took the half mile
amiteurs In 117 , ProuK second and liner
thlid McGlvern won the one mile nmiteur
In 2 2.1
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i'i > ctiiiitHiAN's in MIMSS MP.I lions.
1 i U CM III * PnrltiiTN ( Mil iif Ulrootors
IIl-1-tlllK Mltll II IMxIlll.
CHICAGO , Sept. 21 Thcio was u meeting
ted iv of the ellrcetors of the Hawthorne
Hating asooilitlon nnd It cnme to an
abiupt eonclusloii when Hd Corrlgni drew
a revolvpr and diovo his fellow dlrpclors ,
Hrennock nnd Hurke , from the room Them
has bppn blood bptnccn Hrennock and
Hurkc on ono side nnd Corrlgan on the
othei for some time When the meeting
convened todaj they lest no time In start
ing a low , which ended bv Corrlpati draw
ing his gun Aftei the two ill roc tort had
le'ft Corrlgan went on with llio meeting
and had things his own way Itrcnnock
and liutkp now declaic lhe > will prospeute
Corrlgan for what they allege Is his ml -
mnnagoment of the Hawthomc funds Ihpy
estimate the value of the mlsminageinent
to be about ( lUOOOO
\\lnil To
CHICAGO. Sept 21The second of the
series of thrce < races between the > nchts
Vencedor and Siren was stalled off 1 In-
coin park this afternoon Vencedor crossei !
the line llrsl , with cve-rv Inch of IIPI ean-
\ass spicad , the Siren folloVMd ten spconds
Intel- Owing to the light and llukj ehar-
ncter of the wind , the race- , which Is tin
miles to leevvnul , and return was not tin-
Ished within the time limit After the
jachts had silled four and one-qmrter
hours It wa - declined no i.ice , U being
Impossible for thevaehtn to get over the
course In the scheduled time of four ami
onp-half hours The Vencedor hid the best
of It when the lace vas declared off.
Ve-i > Piml 'IVnin Time.
N11W YORK. Sept 21At the Carl lUur
DiMvIng pnk at Comimick L I , todiy , the
blown mare HeniJetti (2 ( 01 ) by Alejon ,
and the bav mare Miss Lid i (210 ( % ) bv
King City , ill hen double , went a mile on
n heavy tr ck In 2 11)i Thn males are
owned bv 11 O Huemeypr. and vvcu-
handled bv Carl Hurr , ji1 Thej coveTed
the distance without .1 break In the face
of a strong wind over part of tincouise ,
the half being tiotted In 1 ( M4 Onl > tv\Ice
has this recoid been lno'.en
A\ > aiiiliidiClnli 'I't-iuilH To it run nitii I.
CHICAGO , Sppt 21. In the W.v.tmlotte
e lull's tennis touinameiit Georre Wrenn
IIP it C Clmse , 12-10 , 3 G , fi-4 , mil 13 !
Flsther beat Sam Clmse , G 0 , 7-3
nTiiiiiMi rotmrr suinnn.
Iiiiiialc of tin * CouiiM .lull
TIniM' AtloniiitN In One
Three unsuccessful attempts nt suicide
\ eic made by Blslo Smith late Sunday night
In quick buccesslon. The woman was serv
ing out a Eeiiteucc at the county jail foi
diburduly conduct Fly some hook 01 crook
a quantity of morphine was passed to her
llnough the jail bais , presumably coming
from borne visiting friend , who was in the
women's quarteis of Iho Jail dining thp day
Although slio was to be icleascd within
forty-eight houis , at the expiration of her
teuteiicc , tic Smith woman thought she saw
a chance to bcttei her condition nnd pro
ce-cded to take an enormous dose Just
what the quantltj was she look Is onlj
1 nown to the person who gave her the drug ,
but Its effect was quick
Mrs Mcl'herson the matron , chanced to
pass bj just In the nick ot time , nnd heaid
the groans of the woman , lr ) Mercer was
lmincdlatel > summoned He applied the
usual remedy , and by the aid of a storaaeh
pump , sucecpdi-d In eliminating the eause
of Hlsie's trouble from her 35 stem Mis
Mcl'herson then left to attend to homo other
duties A few minutes later she returned
to see how her patient \ as progressing , and
was horrified to find her writhing upon her
cot in mortal agonj , her neck tlghtl > en
circled by a handkerchief , which wan chok
ing her to death. When , by the aid of re1-
sloitlvps , the woman was brought baek to
herself , she turned the tables on hoi bcne-
faptrp by making a savage rush at her
The Smith woman eled Mrs Mcl'horson by
the hair and danced her up and down the
compartment , savagely beating hoi against
tno wall The matron was no match foi the
enraged female , though nplthei'aro largo
v omen 'ittendants ms'icd to the matron's
relief , pnd suicided In loosening the grasp
of the Smith woman The cell door waa
then locked
Not long after , when passing down the
aisle in the eourae of Inspection , Mis Me-
I'heison observe 1 the cider of gas As she
aupioached the compartment of filalc Smith
the odor glow stronger , and \ , hen the door
WPS opened , the lecumbrnt foim of the
morphine-eater and the open gas Jet told the
story This time fresh air was pumped Into
the v.ould be suicide , and HIP vas , though
against her will , given a new lease of life
Fiom that time nn , though n billet watch
was kept , no further atteinptJ to commit
c'llcldn wcri > ol served
It Is not ifgaided ns an unusual thing for
tllaii ! Smith to attempt to commit suicide' .
although the pcllec know of no lime when
aho hab 'endeavored ' to do so more than once
In the f.ar > ie night
IMIUMI\IMJ : < n HST
Mptllilioi | Irnllj < > | iciiKIiiB , II u ml I'll !
Il.-i- Fool In It.
They nipt on the stnc.1 coiner , telntcs
the Chicago Tlmrs-Herald.
XWhy. Maude , " said 'lie ' Rtil In the green
dress , "I vns just on my way to see you. "
And " § ho giggled with moirlnicnt.
"Yes , it la a long tlme > slnco > ou called
and I have lots lo tell jou"
"Hut It Aiisn't only to make a. call that I
was going to are > ou You " -PC , " ami slip
giggled again , "I am going to bo married
and I want jou to be my bildesnnld "
"Oh , that Is lovelj I ahnll be so glud
An-1 what ajo the bildcaimlds going to
vieai , and what v\lll jouvcar , dear' I
hops you will wear pink. You look so v.cll
in that "
"I am going to WIMI pink ami the bildci-
maldrfI11 weai white. You look lovolj In
white "
" ' bo Iho brldis-anlil * "
"U'ho are going to *
"Time's Jenny , Mai IP , fil.id > t > , Ethel ,
IJdna and AdeliiiP. "
"All of Iliemi"
"Yra Hut you haven't asked me who I
am golnj ; to nnrry. "
"Oh. yes , trll me Dill here ( omos tint
horrid Mi Lane Ho nlwa > s wants lo stop
c ml Hpcak to people and putr hl'iuelf neu
trally In HIP way. He's willing at us now
Let's get out of the way mid b.ivo a Jnnj
talk about it. "
"Mr J.anc1 Wh > , > ca. It \i \ he 'Dial ,
mj dear , Is the man I am going to many '
She walked off with Mr. Line , and nov
Maude Is wondering whether rli will ! o a
brldrsiiiald
'I'liii'iAn - Tiv o
Chicago Post : "Do you eonsliki Jilm u
good financier ? "
"Which kind public or pi I vale ? "
"What's the dllfcifiHi ? "
"All thn dlffcr nco In the world. Dei you
menu a government financier , or Juu a
plain , oidlnnry homo finunclpi ? "
"I don't believe 1 grasp your niP".nifj' !
"Why , It's just this way. If you IJJIHH
man who l.novvn all uhout the llnnnce-s of
the government and e-ould give John SliPi-
inan cauls nnd xnaile-s and then UP it him
out on telling what ought to bo elonn to
keep eountry prosperous , he's a blid , but
If you mean a man who Is able tc. handle
his own finances SO'H to make Ms IIUDIIU-KS
pay and keep his family clothed and I : ippj
ho Isn't In It "
'luu i- > ot Well In III ,
Wllllo Mason , who was arrested on Ilir
ehargu of larceny as hallro on the com
plaint of Mrs Hubecca Sockolofsklu hccuuko
no peddled $5 worth of fruit for the woman
for half the proceeds and failed to turn
over a cent , was discharged Judge ( Jordan
held that the two had entered Into a pent-
neTshlp And therefore Mason could not be
Sillily of larceny ,
Ovilthu I , I m ; Ted II ) .
Tliln Is the autumal equinox Old So
will swing back to the south , and the long
nights and the short di9 , with cold
weather , will now be ofllclnlly canctlono 1
by the weather bureau Mclcoiologlpil
condition ) ) recently prevailing will do much
to strengthen the popular belief In the
theory of "eiiulnoctl.il oturnis , " despite the
contrary absurance-a of vvrather
MORE TROUBLE FOR STOVER
Presents n Forged Eccoipt in Evidence Ho-
fore the Oounty Court ,
CASE TURNED OVER TO COUNTY ATTORNEY
\li-tlni of \ < lonu-j Itllolilo's l"lHt
III n I'nlr AVnj In llt I'ruse-
e-litfil for I'rrjur ) nnil
James H Stover , the man who went up
ng.alnsl Atlorney Ultchte last Saturday nnd
was Knocked out In one round , struck an *
other Miag jcsterday nnd Is In a fair way le >
go over thp road at the expense of the state ,
unless he takes time by the forelock and
gets out of town at his own expense
Stover was dtfemlnnt In the county court
jisterdav In a case in which his father-In *
law , Fred llltlcrolf , was endeavoring lo re
cover on several notes given lo him by
Slover as part of a business arrangement
in which Stover conducted a shoe stoic In
the name ot his father-in-law
Dining the course of the trial Stover al
leged that thp nolco had been paid and pro *
dticed an alleged receipt , purporting to bo
a receipt In full for the very notes In
question , together with a running account
which was closed b ) thu passing ot the re
ceipt.
Ibis seemed to nettle the matter until
nitlciolf produced a duplleato receipt ,
made at the same time as the one Intro-
dueed bj Stover. When Iho Iwo were com-
paied U was seen that the one hold by
Hltlciolf sain nothing about any notes
nnd was of dlffnre'iil dale from Ihc onu
In Stovers possession
When ccnfronled bj this document , Slovcr
admitted that the iccelpt had been ehonged ,
but tried to fix things up by saving that
the1 alteration had been made bcfoie the re
ceipt was signed Hlttorolt llatly eon-
lladlctcd this , and aflcr a long eourso of
close quoMlGt.liig Judge llaxtcr ndtninis-
leired a roaUlng to Stover thai falrl > inndo
his hair curl The JmK'o told him flatly
that ho was a perjuier and a foiger , and
that his testimony was utterly worthless.
T lie Judge wound up by requesting the
attorney for Ultlerolf to lay Ihc matter be
fore the county altornc } and nsk him , at
the special icqtiest of the county jndgo , to
eommenee proceedings against Stover for
pcijurj and foigeiy , and Iho Judge then
eloscd the case at bar hj entering Judg
ment In full against Stover
AMUSEMENTS.
"Said Pasha" was repeated nt the Crcigh-
ton last night h > the Columbia Opel a com-
panj to an npprcelatlvo audience A de
cided Impiovcmcnt tu the presentation , Iho
company evidently having paitlall } recov
ered from the fatigue resulting from the
long railroad jouiney of the day previous.
"The lllaek Hussar" will be the bill for
this evening's perfoinmncc , whleh opcia Is
said to bu one of the most brilliant sueeosse.s
of this orginlyatlou's large and vailed icpci-
toiy. 'Mikado" will bo piesented nt the
two perfoi inanccs tomorrow , a matinee belnu
given ut 2 30.
The very successful engagement of "In
Old Kentucky' will cloto at the Uoyd this
evening It Is the unanimous verdict of nil
who have attended the performances during
thu present visit of this exceedingly popular
compan ) that dining no pievlous engage
ment In Omaha have they evci given such
a perfect performance as has been witnessed
dining the present cngaGoment.
Chaunccy Oleolt will open a four-night
engagement at the Cielghton Sunday evenIng -
Ing , Septembci During his stay In this
eity ho will appear in three of his most
pionouneod saieeesbcs , ' Mavourncen , " "The
MliiHlicl of Clnio" nud 'The Iilsh Artist. "
The supporting eompany is said to Include
a number of playeis who aie well known
here for their versatllltj and talent. The
productions will be chaiaclerlzed bj elabor
ate scenery and billllant eostunip , Iho
singing of Chauncey Olcott will he a plead
ing fcatuio to his many local ndmlrero.
Dullness Manager M J. Murphy arrived
in the city lent night , coming In the inter
ests of his production.
The management of the Doyd announce1 !
for tomorrow the Chicago Festival orchcs-
tia condueted by Mr. Adoljih rtoscnbccker ,
for two concerts Mis A. Sophia Markco ,
; ' . sopiano who 1ms b ( on unusually sileccsa-
ful In opciatlc conecrt vvoik , will assist
the orchestra T his orgnnl/atlon , numbering
foil } live carefully selected musicians , will
render two of Its most altracllvo programs.
'Iho Wednesday nnd Saturday ' baigaln
dav" matinees at the Hojd have become
well known and poular , especially with tha
vomen and children Seals will be placed
on bale at ' o'clock this morning for both
performances
Play-goers who \aluo the artistic presen
tation of good plays will find Kolaus In Iho
coming visit to Omaha of Mr Ult.li.ird Mansfield -
field nnd his Oairlck Thcatoi Stock com
pany. Mr Manhfleld'n engagomcnt openi
October ft at the Cioighlon and the ottaslon
will bo In the nature of n diamails fi-stlva ) ,
la&tlni ; one vcek. Iinpoitnnt items In his
eiigageincnt will bo sumptuous revivals ot
"Illclmid HI" and 'The Mcichant of Vcn-
leo " In which plays Ml Mansfield pioves ,
wcro such proofb ni'eeszary , that ho Is today
the leally lepie sentatlvo Anicilcaii actor In
all that the U'im impllea 'J lie bill to bo
pir , tilted dining the vvcel' Is as 'ollovvi :
Monday , Shakespeare's comedy of "Tho Mrr.
chant of Vi'iilco , " Tuesday , Havvthorno' . !
Ameilcan clatnlc , ' "Iho Sc.ailot Le'ttcr , "
Wednesday nmllnep , "Jlcau Hiummill ; "
Wcdnthday evening , Oetnvo FeUlllcta "A
I'ailslnn Koniancc , " 'IhurBday Shako-
cpeare's tiagedy , "Tho Life nnd Death ot
King lllchflid HI , " Friday , Ml Mansfield In
his world-renowned ehnractei , "Deau Hrmn-
moll , " Fatinday inatlnee , "Tho Met chant of
Venice , " Balm day evening , "Dr. Jekyll and
Mr. Hydo"
( iuv ! nor Iliilcoiiili to I IIP fiiinrili * .
LINCOLN , ept. 21 ( Special ToleKiam- )
The fnllowliis ( joncul ordci , No. 12 vvas ) s-
biicd today from the ofllco o' the adjutant
gcneial.
1 The comimindei-ln-ehlef desllis to e-x.
ti'inl his thankn to the ollle-ci.s and men nl
thn NVhri/iKa Nation il Ouaid for the noj
dlcrllkp eonducl , nnd'r the mciHt adyc-rso
eondlilons Ho nolpM with tnllsfacllon Ilia
eliperfulii'iM and n adliic-is , of iaci and all
the mombcis of the euminainl to poifoim
itny BinJro loqulred , thus nuiklim thi'
. imp of IiiBtruollon a most autlsfnctory
OIIP
2 TJin ' fimirainlPi-ln-ehlof dmlieH to
thank Malor Vun Home and thu tuininln-
Hloncd und HOIKommlsHlonecl fifllecrs of Die
Twenlv second Infartty foi their palimtak-
Ing efforts In iildliu ? In pverj way to maki !
this ennui an iiii'lim-llvo one , iind dcsln-i
to ripfigiit'o the ( oldlnlj bi-nrlnjj of the
dlllci IH nnd infi ) cjf tin I'.iHl battnllon ot
Iho Twenlv-Mpronil Infanliy , I' H A
J Hid l.li iilriitiiit ChniliH II WllHon la
heteiiy lellcvid fiom the dullui ns acllnj ;
assistant ndliilnnt i.eniial In rellmlnj ;
Lieutenant Wilson of tlirBo duties the coni-
innnilpi-ln-chle r dpslris to ixiir s to lilm
his lliornnsli nppii-clntlon of thu manner In
whieli tl o tttivfial dutks jH-ilgncd lo him
have been peifoimpd
1 Thn eommjiidpr-lii-chlef ili'f-lrts to cx-
PICS.S lils ( ipj icplutlon to nil the mpmberi
of his Hlk'fl while on duty
( rflgnrdi P. II HA KitAdjl General
liy coimt.ind of Sllan A Holtomb , com-
maiiilciInchief
A. .1. PiMijilrtitn In Ilctd-r.
Word rtcelvcd fnm the bedside of Jlr.
A .1 Poj'plcton at midnight was to the ef
fect tlmt ho had riliicd slightly I ) h
hnik'd by his phvylclan Unit this morning
will lulng ii ilccUed linpiovemcnt In hli
coiiJItlon , , 1 jJfJJSO
For Infants and Children.
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