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THE OMAHA DAILY 11EE : SUNDAY , JUNE 20. 1807.
\ Ent Out Ono Moro Victory with Phillies as Opponents. BUNCH ERRORS AND THEN TAKE A BRACE Mr- , lii ( he llox for the Visitor * , Contribute * IIU Mite to the DlMciitiillltirr of the St. Ixiin5 ; Philadelphia , 4. WaHhliiKton , 13 , lAiiunvlllo , 7. J'ltliljuig , i ; linltlmole , 1. IJiookiyit , 1 , Cincinnati , 0. Jloston , i , Chicago , ' - Jui'w ork , X , clcvthind , t. Columbus , 13 , Dull oil , 8. IndlatmpollK , 1U , Grand tUiplds , 3. .Milwaukee , I , .St Paul , 1 KIUL = US Clt > , 13 , .HIiiiic.ipolK G. IMlII.AUr.M'HIA , Juno 19. AfU-r an effort to presi'tit today's game to the I'lillllcs In the fourth lonliiR by bunching three rank errors , the HIOUIIL buttid out a victory In the ninth. Caifuy , the Philadelphia cabt-olf , had the iiatlsf Action of defeating ! iln old coimaiUi ; . Attendance , 6,202. Score. bl. hut , lit. I'llll.ADCI.I'IMA Oflh iKittivV for Vv heeler In the ninth Rt J.Mtils 11-5 I'lillHilelplila . . . 1 t 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 4 l'rneil ] runs M I.otiK 4. Ihllnil < lplilii J. Tun IMIFC Mia DoiiKlam (3) ) , IJowtl Nnnh Stolen IIOHCII Clous HUer Diuitile pla > 3. Tiirlior to trinl > . Nurh til IjiJole. Crosn t ( Irmly to Carney to Ilailman rirst imsp on Inlls Oft Ciirfej 3 , off VVIicclrr , 2 Wrack out Ity Ulinler , 1 lA.fl on lianfs St IxiuH t , I'lill i- < 1 IHlu | r , Sicrlllcc hits llulltiian ( liaily , I ill > Oeler Time Two hours. Umpires Jlc- Ii niiM nii-1 McDirrnott WASHINGTON , 11 ; J.OUISVILT , ! : . 7 WASIUNOTON , Juno ID. The Senators m ido It thno stralsht from the Colonels today lllll was knoiked out of the box In Din fourth Inning and Maycc , who look hlH pl.ice , did little better , lit lib , after un animated discussion with Kmslle In rrpud to u decision , was remuvud fiom the ground * ) , Itiovvn taking center Held and \\rluley BW Itching to third. Atlundance , 3,500 Score : I iilsvlllo 1 7 Iljrni-il runsI iilKvllle 1 : AViMilim-ton 3. T o linsc lilts Clnik Drxtir lohnion , Demont , Tucker , WrlBlcv Three Infc lilla IVxtt-r Alilier Hlnlcn luiroH I'liUirlni ; O'ltrlen Dmibli' ITJS | : Dt niont * o TuiUei. M IKP * to Wcnlrn to DOT- tcr Tlrst linFO on lulls llj lllll 1. liy Klnc 2 , by MIIKCP 2 Hit liy pltchnl lull llv Hill 1 Rlrurlc out Uy Kliiff. 3 left on linsts Wiiin- Inntnn. 8. lynilaxlllp 3 Fncrinee lilts : WrlKley (2) ( Tlmi of Rime- Two hours nnil live mlmitcH Uniplrp F'msllp rrnsHURO , 7 ; rtAT/mroiiK , i r.AI/riMOlin. June 10. H was anybody's Kim ? today until the last Inning , when the rlttsbuiKOrs won out by some timely hitting , aided by Jennings , ' error. Hoth teams llo'ded well. Klj's work at short helng especially brilliant Klllcn was in superb form Attendance , " .SM Score : Kirnnl runs1'ittFlniiR 1 Two-base lilt- Smith Three lm > e lilt Divli Stolen lumen ] vle (2) ( ) Qiilnn Donovan (2) ) llasen on Inlls Off Horror t iff Mllen i Stmrlc out U > ItolTei . ' Iu Mllfii 1 1'arxe.l bills llowti- iium I ft on liaae < Hilllmorc a I'lllbliiirK , "i-illlic tills I'a.lilen , PU. lime. Two IIOIIIH 1 inplri- Hurst nilOOKI YN , 1 ; CINCINNATI , 0 NIIW YOUK. June 13 The lirooklyn club dosul Itflrtt vvrstern teiles at East ern paik this nftcrnonn , with a well e.u ned victory over the Cincinnati club The lin-oKivns scored In the seventh Innlns. Kenn < * ly pltchul a splendid Kame and al- kwed his opponents but three scatterliiB hits The score CINOINVATI n.n.o A n 11 H O A n Orlllln cf If 01200 Jones if 00010 lloj. cf n o 3 o o AiidVn. If. 0 1 1 0 0 ( "c'run. 2I > 00321 Shlhdtr. Sb. 0 1 0 1 0 Irvvln. 31 , . . Ijv h'rc Hi 0 0 12 0 0 Miller , rf . 0 0 0 0 0 Ojiniivnn. 5t > 0 1 2 52 IVIt. c .00300 Umlth BS ft 1 1 tt 1 Itllelio ) , ? . ) . D 0 1 30 < lrlm o 91480 lltcldej , Ih 0 1 11 0 0 Dnyer , p . Totals .1 82715 3 Totals . 0 3 21 11 2 llroc.kl > n 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 - ! Omlnnatt . . . 000000000-0 rallied inns' llroottlyn 1 Two Inse lilts' llecKley Kemieib. hlolen lure * Canavan. Qrlf- lln Doulile pliy hinlth t I ichanie 1 Irat on bulls Off Kennedy. . ' , otT U > er 1 Hit liy lillcliid ball , llocltlej Struck o t hhlndlP. I > lt Dwstr VMM pll'h Dwyei . IA > nn li > es llimkUn 10 : Cincinnati 5. H irrltlci- lilts Jonei. CaniVHii Miller. 1 line of Kumi Ono hour nml thirty \\\f \ inlnuten t'r.iplre : Shtrlilnn Attend niict & itil itilHOSTON. . 7 ; CHICAGO 1 110STON. Juno -Gnnzel's liatlliiB was a ' with C ilraio The feitiiii' of today's tfiimo ; lU.cton'u pliveil the better neldliih' pmo ns ' was Init-'ely a Intt e of u liHin. ' 'I ho name - ilUhi'rs. Nlcholi helnB the more efieulve , nlso lecclvlnt ; Httlo support. Attendance , 0000 Scon" Total * 7 H 27 9 0 Tot il jtontnn ' ' ' 9 S 2 S n t AI mini Kit Knineil runs llotlon 4 Clilcairo Two. ImV" -lit ! N'lchoU Tlirep..a | n ( illOmze GET FLESH. , O - JMrniBtli , Vlwor , Clour Compilation ( nuil < J nnl lllKPHllnii , Not liy 3li-illi-lM < - , lull In Nutiirc'H Own Wn > t Any honest physician will tell you thai them In hut one way to get Increased \ } flpsh ; all the patunt medicines and cod liver iolls to the contrary , notwithstanding. ' 'a tu re has but ono way to Increase lleah , ntrength nnd vigor of mind end body , and itmt Is throiuth the stomach by wholesome food well dlKeatPd Iliere la no reason or common soami lu any nthoi method what ever. 1'toplo are thin run down , nervous , pale and shaky In their nerves , aluply because their htomachs nro weak Tlioy may not think they have dyspepsia. but the fact icmnlns that th y do not rat enough fi > od or what thuy cat l& uat quickly nnd pioperly digested as U should bo. Or. Harlandson says thn reason In bc- cuuw > the stomach lacks certain digestive uclilu and pcptonei , aud dcflcleut secretion of gastric Juice. Nature's remedy In such cases Is to sup ply what thp weak stomach lacks. There are several good preparations which wll do this , but none sa readily as Stuart's J ) > pep U Tabletc , which are designed es pecially for all stomach troubles , and which . lire all digestive weakness on the common BPPUO plan of furnishing the digestive prin ciples which the stomach lacks. Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets give perfect digestion. First effect la to Increase the appetite and Increased visor , added flesh pure blood , uud straugth of nerve am muscle U the perfectly natural result. Stuart's I > ynpepsli Tablets Is th safest tonlo known and will cure any form o gtouiacu trouble except caucer of the etom- ach. May be fouud At dtugKl'ts at 50 cents for full UeU packag * or direct by mat trout Stuart Co , Maraball , illcb. Little book on iitomach dlitaxej mailed fru . Orimtfi. 1. cff NIcholH , 4 flrnt Imsc on rrn rors lloaton 2 I ft nn l > nDoitan , II , rhlca n , 9 Struck out. liy OrlRtth. 2. by Mcli- < ! 2 l-a . H Latin : ( lanrfl. 1 , KlttrUK' , 1 Tim * Tvo hour * . I'mplre l.jnpti NI3\V YORK. S , CM5VKI.AND. 4 NH\V YOUK , June -Urrors by Van llnlv Iren nnd Holmps a lowed Cleveland to score , In the llrt Innlns , but after thnt the Glmits braced up and pinvcd good ball With two men on ln M In the fourth Ilolmet ent the bill over by the icon-board for a homo run. New- York also tot two run * In the fifth nnd three In th'lxth. . The score. NKW VOIIK. , l'l.KVii.VNl > U II O A K 11 H O A 12 ' . . . . . . Vnn ' ' H * n i'l ( ( 1 * . > ft t 01 1 ll't'n cf 0 1 3 ft 2 Ilurkcy If 2 0 4 ritrnan , rf. . I 1 J 0 0 fhM ! 2r > . 2213 : .lo > o > . 3I . . . 1 1 1 4 1 IVKftlexK rf 0 2 0 0 0 HJIV'K if list n VVnllncp 3h. 0 0 1 1 ft < 11 < "i m 2h. 1 n J 8 o Tflx'iu Ib. 0 2 3 1 0 VVnrnor. c . 2 2 5 1 0 MrKr-nn , in. 0 0 4 2 Hnrk. Ib . . 1 0 8 0 ft MrAI' < T , cf. I 3 0 . If . I 1 .1 ft 10 ( 'minor c. 0 0 Z 1 0 Kulllvan , p. 0 0 0 10 WIM-vn p . 0 0 1 1 0 - Yf ting , p . . 0 0 0 1 0 TolnH . S 12 27 10 I , f TnfiM 4 T "I 11 Nw Vnrk OOOS2JOO -r Clcvflnnil 0- ITnrnH rtin : New Ynrk 2 Tnolntr hits ! IlnvH C'hllN ritst lj stby crrnr Ni-vv Ynrk , 4 flMrliml ! HemP run II Itii"1' "Inlcn . Imfca linvHs (2) Vnn llnltrvn (2) ( HotnM TierI I nnn MrAlcir rir \wte t on lmll Off "illllvnn , 5 | off \Vll on 4 off Youns 1 Slnitk nut Il > Kulllvan 2 I'nrred lmll OTornor 2 t ft on tni > e < Now York 11 fli-velntnl fi crlflci' hits' Olcacon Cnllil" Time of Ruin * T n hour * nrnl nftccn mlnutfB Umpire : O'Da > Attendance , 1 Oil ) STAN'DINO OK THH TRAMS 1'ln.vcd. Won Lost. 1'C. lldtlrnoru -n 1 ] JJ iij-J l ! . . ton r 11 ] 2 .1.1 rinclnmtl Jl 27 17 fit 4 NVw York 42 2"i 17 f,0 fi I'lillndplphlit IS 2J 21 RJ r.nmUlvn 4" . : t 22 M 1 riovrlxnd 4i 23 21 4S T I'ltHnurff 41 21 23 4 , J Wnshlncton 41 17 M W j Tmilsvrio l" T 2S .1 S 1'hlcaKO 4C 17 21 3..0 St Louts . . . . . . . 43 10 3S 2JS _ si-onus or TIIHISTIH \ AVIlllll'l-SI ColtlllllHIN. Ill- illiuniiiilli. MIlMiitiKcF. KIIIISIIM Clt > . OOMJ.MHUS , O , Juno 13-The ttotiolts tried todny to delay th - ( ramp In the fourth Innint ? on account of threatening weather , and allowed Mcrte" , who accidentally m ule a hit , to iwalk al' the way 11 round the diamond mend , refusing to make an effort to put him out Score : Columbus Ofi 011120 0-13 Detroit 4 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 S Hare hitsColumbus. . 13 ; -trolt l 10 Kr- rnm. Columbus , 1 ; Detroit , I Hatterks Columbus Oanlpls. KettRt-r nnd Fisher , De troit. Kuan , Iluhn and Trost CJItANl ) UAI'IDS. Mich. June 19 CJnylo made his Hr t iippeninnce with Giand llnpldn today and he allowed the Hooslfr * to nuke ifvon tuns In two Innings. Brady then went In and held them down. Score : ( Irani ! Haplds . . . . 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 Indianapolis . .04100030 * 10 U.aso bits : ( Irand ItapldK 7 : Indianapolis , 2 Krrors Grand Hai Ids , 2 , Indianapolis. 1. Hatteiles : Onnd Itaph.s. Gay If , Uridv and rvvliichnm , Indl inapoli , Foreman and Kn- 100 Umpire Gt-ives Attendance , BOO AITIAVAHKnn , WIs , June 10 The superb itohliiB of Ueldy assisted by brilliant lleld- . . \K on the put of I.owee , Daly and Weaver , won Milwaukee a victory * today Score- Milwaukee * 4 SI Paul 00000100 0 1 llaso hits : Milwaukee , 7 ; St I'aul , 3. Kr- rors. Milwaukee. 4. St Paul. 1. Hatterlei Milwaukee , Ueldy and Sjieer , St. I'aul , Uar- iictt nnd Spltv KANSAS ( MTV. iMo June 9 The Blues broke their IOIIRI record of detents todav by vlnnlnB from Mlnneipols The \lsltors [ lurched their seven errors In the flist thiee Inning * and the Hlues secured a biff lead The K.imo was called In the eighth Innlns on ac-count of d.ukness , after the lilues had pounded lltitcliliison for clsht inns and the vlhltors had j coitd one run In their half. Score : Kansas City 1 1 9 0 0 0 2 11 Minneapolis 3001002 G ate hits : Kansas City , 14 ; Minneapolis , Errors- Kansas City , r : Minneapolis , 7 Hatterlf-s K-insas City , Abbey and Ulan- ford ; Minneapolis , liaker , Hute-hinbon and lloyle. STANDING OP TUB TDAMS. I'lay-ed. Won. Lost. P.Ct Columbus 47 12 15 fiSl Indianapolis 45 31 15 67.4 St. Pau 52 II 18 h'K4 Milwaukee 52 2S 21 53.8 Detroit 47 23 2i ( -II..O MlnWoaDolls 51 19 .12 * 37.3 Grand llaplds 51 IS .13 3' 1 Kansas City 52 15 37 2S 8 Games todav Detroit -it Columbus In dianapolis at Grand Haplds Allnnmpolls at City , St I'aul at Milwaukee IJtmLINGTON , la . Juno -Score ; RurlliiKlnn 0 ? 001000 0 4 Itnckford 10021 000 0 G Uase hits : BurllnBton , G : liockford. 6 iirorliurlliiKton , I , llockfonl , 3 H.at- terlcs : UuilliiRton , Welm r and Ucrryhlll ; Uoekford Andcrs-on nnd Huff Ql'lNCV , III , Juno 19 Score : Dtibuque 1 Qlllno 00201000 0-3 Da'o hitsDubiiqne , 9 ; Qnlncy. S. rors Dubuqne , 0 ; Qulncy , 2. Uatteiles : Dubuque , liutler and Sullivan : Qulncy , Hiickett and Tratlley. ST JOSEPH Juno 19Vhen the Bame between 1'eorla and St. Joseph was called the IVorla club icfuscd to plawith Mldslev as umpire and left thf > gi omuls The Bame was forfeited to St. Joseph 9 to 0 Afteivvaid an c\hlbltlon pimel was played , which resulted 5 to 5 In the eleventh Inning , when the name was called on account of darkness. or 'Fun i.ivm.T AMVTIIUS. ; llil\iTnltlo ! Tiikc Anolliur insjr ( Juini- from ( In * OrlKTliinlN. The Universities and Orlslnals mt njjaln on the University club stounds yesterday and asaln the Orlfilmls fell nn easy prey , The jamc started out brilliantly nnd every body was expecthiB a line contest. Hut the OrlKlnals lost heart In the fourth In- nlnp , when Captain Abbott1 men scored four runs on two hits and four bases on bills , nnd after that they were easy. I.aw- lor was the star of the aftot noon , his tli-ldlnc boins' of the Rllf edge kind. Jelon'a pitching was up to high vvater'mark and Kolth eave n high clash exhibition of um piring. Score : UNIVERSITIES , All H HH.SH SB PO A.n Wl.ltnej , m lllttltwr. su Abbott , 11 l.aviler , Jb . McAulllfe , ill lln > cs , c S 3 1 0 1 fi 3 0 Jclen , p Hobln on. If 4 0 0 0 0 .1 0 1 HouKland , rf Totals 3H 14 12 0 0 27 13 3 ORIGINALS. AD H.IJI1 SH SB.PO A.K How man. c Waller , 2b L > vvl9. Hi 4 0 0 0 0 11 0 0 Tay'or , p & m Scully , If & p Ilradford , * s lllnoy , m & rf Poloj , 3b Whipple , If 3 _ 0 _ 1 J > " 0 _ 2 Totals 31 C 9 0 "o 27 8 8 Score by Innlncs : irnlvernltleH 01040701 1-14 OrlKlnalH 0 20000111-5 Eurnci ] runs ; Universities 5 ; Original 1 Two-hiiK-hits I awlor (1) ( ) , Iloauand Home rut'H Holmes Double plays ! LanlertoMC- Aullffo to Abbott , Jclon to Hnyes to Abbott. Lewis to Waller , Hradford to Waller to Le > vls. Struck out. Dy Jelen. 2 ; by Taylor. 1 , Haec on. balls : Uy Jo'en.J ; by Taylor , I ; by Scully , 1. Hit bv pitcher : by Taylor. 1 Passed halls. Bowman 2 : Ua os , 1. Wild pitches : Taylor , 1. Scully , 1 Time of game : Ono hour and llfty-llvo minutes. Umpire ; Mr. Keith SirliiKllelil | Win * in : lly. Neb , June 19 ( Special TelcBrain ) The Springfield club defeated the Tort Crook team today In one of the loosest games ever played on the homo grounds , The visitors were not In It al any ulaee of the Bame , playing very raKKtd ball , IIH the error column Indicates , Pitcher Duncan lost his nerve after the sixth In- nlnR and ( | ult the Kume , Huddleson going into the l > ox. This Is the second Kaino Sprlmrtleld has won this week , having do- feateil I-ouls\llle Thurwlay by a ncoro ol 19 to 7. Today's score ; Tort Crook , . . . SprlllBlleld . . . 2 1 2 3 1 10 3 123 Base hitstiprlncfleld , 15 ; Ftort Crook , 11 Errors : Sprlnb-lltld , 3 ; For * Cheek U. Two-base hits : iiurnmn (2) ) . Gelst U ) , Iker- Ktwii (1) ( ) . galzman (1) ( Three-base hits llhlnlmrdt , YounRa , Felr. nnd OeUt Uat- terlea : Sprlnclleld , Pllug and llurman Fort Crook , Duncan u d Huddleson. SoldU-ri. Will I'luy Hall. TOIlT HOUINSON , Neb. , June 19.-Sp ( cIal Telejrram ) . A iwrty of fifty oltlcera and men accompanied the base ball team last night to Fort Nlobrara , The team will play a return series of three tames , one of which they play today at Valentine and the other two at the fort with the Andrews club of that post. I'luy Under Uiuhrrllui. WAHOO , Neb , Juna 19-Speclal.-The ( ) Odd Pellowa and the Knlcbta of Pythias , crossed bat * at tha ball park yesterday J afternoon Hut throe Innlncs were played , I leavlns the score tandlnB 12 to 11 In favor of the Odd Follow * No * klll was shown by c-lther side nnd only occasionally the ball was accidentally hit The 'leldois cur1 rled umbrellat oxer them and the catchers wore a feather bed on each hand Tor two hours these slants struggled on the diamond , or until darkness shut oft further trouble. ( irnnil I si ii ml U Inn. CRNTHAhCITV. Neb , June 19-Poeclnl ( ) The Grand Island ball tetim defeated the homo l team yrsterdny by a score of 11 to I. The features of the K.imeon the part of Giand I'land was the pitching of Glade and Hoffmelster Alxnit 4f < ) people mltncs.'pd the Bimio liatteries Grand Island Glnde , "UnlTy" and Glade. Central City. Kombrlnk nnd Hrailloi. Hlti Grand Island. 12 , Ci-n- trV Pity , 1 Struck out Hv Glade nJ "Ilrffj,1'17 , by Kombrlnk , 9 Umpire CHr- nnimn llroK < -IIM I p it Hit PrmiUI In. PRANKLIN , Neb , June 19-Sprclal ( Tele gram ) ThiWllcox ball team was here to day nnd with ease defeated the Frinktln bo > s bj the srorn of 21 to 11 PianKlln hint this ame nine at Wllcox two w k HKO H . vll now- take the third game to decide which M the best club No spi-dal tlm has been sot for this Knmi' but It will be In the IT ir 'uture Sillne of Axtell Hrhod for Wllcox IP l pon"lderej the best In this put of the state. IliU'Ki-tn Diitltitin - Snr . The Hluc Rorkcts and the Plftcenth Stttet Stars iiaic ! < l a very close game jos- tcrdiy , the Hlue Rockets winning Wright : > ltched the llrst gitne for the Hlues. l ihcy made the last run. Score. Hlues 00001200 9-12 Slat t 14005001 0-11 The same team * play today. \II\IIIIIM tinii < : uint- , M'COOL JUNCTION , Neb. Juna 19 ( Special. ) The Tobias ball club wants tea a match game here on July .1. Write secrdiiry of Dluo River Summer in cursion resort. I'HniM-tuli Dcri-iilx Vnli * NI3\V YORK. June 11 Princeton won the championship from Yale today In a game on Manhattan Held , which was ptet- tll > pln > ed nnd replete with costly urois on both sides. Pully lO.CCX ) persons ) , n t > - Ical crowd of college sport lovers , filled the grounds. Score Princeton 4 1 7 2 G 1 1 0 0-22 Yale 8 Datterlcs1'rlncrton , Shaffer and Yale , Goodwin , Fe.uy and Hecker. SVIN'lh VHi : II1JATUN A'l * CIllCICi ; I' . Cllllli- ! ) < % flupH ii N M\ \\li-Ui-t ICi-ciii'i- In M. I * . Spi tiKiif. Saints church lined up against the Omaha Cricket club yesterdij. It was the best game of the season BO far The feature of the game was the wondei- ful woik behind the wkkets of young Spragtie for the All Saints He was ably assisted and coached by his brother , the of Ak-Sar-Ben fame With a little practice at wicket keeping the boi ls likely to be chosen as one of the team that fioes to St. Paul this summer. Hrotchlo came out of his shell and de serves commendation for his ton runs Howeid and Cameron both batted In their accustomed good st > le for 11 and 17 re spectively. The Vaughan brothers. ns usual , had to do the bowling for the Saints and mule n very good showing against the strong batting array of the Omahas The lleldlng of both sides was very weik and lacked the dash and spirit the Omaha players usually put Into theli k/orU. Scores : OMAHA. Rev. J. P. D Llwjd , b W. Vaughan. . . . 1 J Neale. b. W Vnughnn . 2 ; H. H. New , c. and b. G. Vaughan . b i W Strlbllng , c. Buckingham , b. G. Vnughan . 2j ; II. Laurie , c. O\ven , b G. Vaughan . i J. Cameron b. W. Vaughan . 17 D II Hrotchle , c. On en , b W. Vaughun .10 R K. McKel\ey , c Guild , I ) G. Vaughan 0 O Shields , c. W. Vuughan , b. G. Vaughan . 2 R , Dowers , c. Slmm , b W. V.iughun..l1 A. H. Smith , b W. Vaughan . 0 P. K. Harber , c. FrancI" , b. W. Vaughan . 5 P. Potter , not out . 1 Extras . . . . , . 4 Total . 70 ALL , SAINTS J. W. Guild , c. and b. Ncalo . 2 W. W. Owens , run out . S J. Francis , b. Neale . G R. W. Tuvloi , c , Laurie , b. Dowers . 4 G. II. Vaughan , c. New , b. Uowers . .1 W. R. Vaiigrmn , b. Dowers . S 7. II Slmms , b Hovvcrs . 5 R. It. Young , b. Laurie . 1 K II. Sprague. b. LaurlCi . 0 M. P. Spingue , b. Laurie . 1 I. M. Tre > nor. b. Laurie . 0 J. U. Ducklngliam , not out . 1 Cxtras . l < Total . 43 HOWLING ANALYSIS. Omaha. Overs. Mdns Runs Wkts. G Vaughan . 14 2 23 5 W. Viuisrhnn . 12.2 4 21 7 J. H Slmms . R. W Taylor . J 0 10 0 All Saints J. Neale . n 0 14 2 R. Dowers . 9 2 19 5 II. Laurie . J.4 0 fa 4 WIIKKIj It VCCS AT KA.\SAS CITY. McCall of Oniuliu ( ictx Third I'liu-e lit OinHxeiit. . KANSAS CITY , June 19 Fast time marked the League of American Wheel men National Circuit races at Falrmount park this afternoon. Frank Costelo , startIng - Ing from Bcratch In the mlle amateur handicap , lowered the state record four- llfths of a second , his tlmo being 2 II 1-5. In all the professional events the finishes were close nnd exciting. Karl Klser did not ride , owing to sickness lie started from scratch In the preliminaries of the two-mile handicap , but droppea out on the llrst lap Gaidner. the other scratch man , m maged to qualify , but quit on the second end lap In the llnal Gardner , Hackett , Hunt and Rnslovv , on a quad , rode a mlle In 1 ri > > , pacing Jou Hooker , who covered a half mile In OSS. Results : Mile. 2.10 class , professional. T. N. Cum- mlngs , Marengo , la , , won ; H. U Pred- rlckson , Omaha , second ; Dert Hackett , Kansas City , third. The time , 2 23 3-5 ; not being within the time limit , the nicu was lun over. On the second tilal Fredrlckson won ; J. L Ap , l ouisvllle , "econd ; Cum- mlngs , third. Again the time was not within the limit , 2:15 , and It was declared no race. Half mile open , professional : Arthur Gardner , Chicago , won , L. D. Cabanas , 3t. I ouls , second : A , C. Mortens , St. Paul , third Time : 1 OG Mile open , piofesslonal , paced : Gardner won. Merlons second F H. McCall of Omaha third Time : 2.07 2-5. track record. Two-mile handicap professional J. H. Inman , Golden Cltj , Mo. (170) ( ) , won ; George MlcrsUln. Omaha (120) ( ) , second ; Jack Co- burn. St. Louis (100) ( ) , third. Time : 4:32 2-5 Mlle tandem , amateur : Pred R Hat- tersley nnd C. H. McCarthy. St. Ixjuls , won ; John Pols nnd C , H Rebenscheld , Kansas City , second ; F. C Smith and Mc- Nally , Kansas City , third. Time : 2 20 2-5 Mile open , amateur : Charles R McCar thy St. Louis , won ; Dan Dougherty , St. Ixnils , second ; Pred Huttcrsley , St. Louis , third. Tlmo : 2.18. Mile handicap , amateur : Max Knausa , Kansas City (110) ( ) , won ; C. M. Contannon , Kansas City (140) ) , second t W , JUissler , Kansas City (220) ( ) , third. Time ; 2 08 Mile novice , amateur : Clarence Klmmel , Kansas City , won : John Poise , Kansas City , second ; O. 13 Smith , Kansas City , third. Times 225 3-S. WOMUN'8 TE.MYIS CHAMPIONSHIP. MU Juliette AtUlnnoii Win * Duck I.uiireltt I.oNt In 1HIMI. PHILAD13LPHIA. June 19.-Mlsa Juliette Atkinson , the clever little lawn tennis ex pert from Hiooklyn , Is once moro champ'on of America She today won back from Miss Dcssle Moore , her conqueror of Uat ysur , the laurels Iie held In ISSo. The day s score fol- tow * . Championship Singles , Challenge Round Miss Juliette Atkinson. Brooklyn , beat Miss liehsle Moore , Rldgowood , N J. , 6-3 , G-3 , 4-6 , 3-C , C-J Men's Doubles , Vlnnl ( Round M. D Smith and C. Tete. Jr. , beat L > U Mafrruder and Robert Steele , S-G , 6 0. G-4 Championship Doubles , Final Round Miss Juliette Atkinson nnd Mlfs Kathleen Atkin son beat Mrs Prank Udnarda und Miss KUUh Rosta'.l. 0-2. 6-1. 6-1. "Driller Kit" IuneM the Pumu. ST LOUIS , June 19 "Denver Ed" Smith , the pugilist , who has been In St. Louis for the pant week , was arrested today and fined 110 for disorderly conduct , Smith came to St. Louis to look for hacking und a right < wlth some of the big ' 'puga. " Instead of training he ha been dlsnlpatlng A carouse with two women ended In a light and all were ar rested. Union MukrH a NBTV llnnr Ilrroril. LONDON , June 19.-A blcjcle race be tween J. W , Blocks and C , T. Llnton , In connection with the London Blcjclo club meeting , was run today at the Crystal Palace cycle track und waa won by the latter. The race was of one hour for a stake of UOO. of which sum the Crystal Palac * company contributed 100. Llnton i corcroil thirty-one mll nnd 170 jard . The rpcord for one hour In 1W was made by James Michaels at , Mmihattnn be.ach on- tember I H. and was ) toft twenty-seven miles l.CM 1 yard * , , UP.SII/IS ' o > TiilJ liTVMMi THrici. . i : itliolln IK riinAiplim TTVo-Yonr-OM ST I.Ol'IS' , Juno'tfJ-nilbolln. by today's vletoty , de'inonstrate UuU he was the oh.im- plon 2-year-old of , tlto west He was a 2 to 5 shot In the hMtlns and fully Justified the ronlldrnce placed -In him ttlthnlln pot off fifth and pained Kronnd steadily until the hoRil of thestretcht where In1 assumed the lead and won eafllvi Ijy ji length Verify , a 10 to 1 shot , wai on y a nosi- ahead of Kqul- lome , a 10i ) to 1 chance , who demonstrated by liln race today that he Is a good horse. Good Friend was heavily plnyed on his past perform inrei but does not rla s with KHho- lln Four favorites and a " 0 to 1 shot won the other racf. Twenty-five veaillnss weie nlil just before the first race todny The pi Ices lo.xllriMl were ridiculously low A cheMnut nilv l > y Top Oiillant , out of Ia sle , brought v-'iO ) , the hlKhc-'t price of the sale The other tn es ranged from J230 to $100 Attendance , " ( oil Trirk fast , weather hot Result * Fli.it rare , s-lllnR , * lx and a half furlongs Jpck II It. 'il ( C Combs ) , 9 to JO and 2 to S , won , Il i e d'Ur , 100 ( R < > bi ) ) . "to 2 and "t to 5 , reoond. Whittle KO ( W Dean ) . 0 to 1 , third Tlmo 1 Zju , Joui , Virginia M , l.uly Gool- ell , Martha Grlllln , Chciata and AnauMor.i nl o inn Second race , llvn furlongs , selling Tir Coop. 110 CTurblvllIri , S to fi and 1 to 2 , won , Siva. lOii ( C SlmiRhlet ) . 17 to 10 and 1 to . ' , trccond. Howitzer 100 ( Garner ) , 12 to " , , third Time 1 ill Montcdonlcu , 1 ! ilance A I , Huiu- l lor. Cella U. Trlx nlso ran Tilid race , selling. " lx furlongsOoltl Corn , 102 ( Writer ) . 3 to 1 nnd 4 to Ii , won ; Hlsle 1 > , inj ( J Matthews ) , Ifi to 5 and fi to 5 ficnnd , TraTls , 110 ( W Dean ) , "i to 2. third TmeZi \ Our Hlshop , Nick Carter , lira * Sc-ot nl o ran Foul th raeo , handicap , one and one-Mx- tecnth miles I.lmli , 102 ( Garner ) . 13 to 10 and 2 to 5 , won , Nlmrod 101 ( J Matthews ) , ' 15 to 10 to 2 to 5 , second. David. 10J ( C S'niiKhter ) , 10 toS , third Time. 1.4SU Mtifk- nlnmro also ran Pltth race. 2-year-old championship , J2,0"i ) , five and one-half furloiiRSUltholln , US ( Garner ) . 2 to 5 , won ; Verify , 115 ( J Mat- thosvs ) , 10 to 1 and n to 3 , second ! Knliltome , 1 I ( IJ Jones ) , IfO to 1 and 13 to 1. third Time , 1 10 Oir Chance , Good Fiiend and 1'lmtlon al o rin Sixth iae * * , one mile , wiling : Glad Hyps. 101 ( C SUiiBhter ) . 33 to 1 and S to 1 , won , Anroniuit 110 ( J Matthews ) , 2 to 1 am ! 7 to 110eeond , ; Tin Cup , 10J ( T. Murphy ) . R to r . ithlid , Time 141 IXWR Time. lielvedeli and Slcckho'm also ran CHICAGO. Juno 1'l ' Cheirv Bounce II was the oulv winning favorite at Ingiills' paik Results Flist race , three-fourths of a mile Unciis , 10 ( Cay wood ) , 1.1 to 1 , won , Joseph Manclne , 104 ( Magnu on ) H to 5 , second. Jcrsev lad , OS ( A Ilanett ) . 2U ti 1. third Time1 1 IS Second race , llve-elphths of a mile riicnrv lic-unct II , fi ( Dorspy ) , u to 5 , won , Richard J. 10" ( Colm-ir ) . 20 to 1 , second : Host , 97 ( CInv ) . 50 to 1. third Tlmo : 1 04 f. Third uico three fourttit of a mlle : Cos- tuck 10 | fllpzcmnn ) . JMs to 1 , won , Ills 111 ilhcr 101 ( A Itarrett ) . 4 > - to 1. btcond , Florlanna , 101 ( L Scott ) , 3 to 1 , third Time- 1 lfiFourth Fourth race , one mileLa , Crescent , 101 fDorsey ) , 20 to 1 , won ; Admetus , 92 ( A Thompson ) 1 to 1. second , Hcssolde. V ( Don ation ) , G to 1 , third Time 1 47 < A Fifth race , three-fourths of a mileTer - lalne , ' 19 ( Dorsey ) , J s to 1. won ; Weolu 101 ( Cnyvvood ) , 2 to 1. second ; Unco' , 1W ( Roie ) , S to 1. third. T'mo l.lfi * S'xth ' race , one and cue-fourth miles hur dles : Phil Ucckei. 10J ( W Klnney ) , 5 to 1 , won ; St. Itrandon us ( J Havs ) , 7 to 5 , sec ond. Proverb , 12S ( Klnney ) , 2H : to 1 , third Tlmo , 2 21V. ' KANSAS CITY , Mo . June 19 The "ummer race meetliiK of thi > nmv Kansas City Fair and Racing n-'M > claUjrmjrc > < > ned I his afternoon at the IXpo'-ltlon race liatk The races will continue thirty days ahd the purses hung up during that period "will " aggregate from < r > , - NX ) to $ . ' 0,000 from ilv e to six races being "Mm dally The InniUffural handicap was the feature , and was won by Marquise , u 1 to 3 i shot. Kesult--- I First race , flve-ete-httis of a mile , selllnc Hymenl.a won , DaJJampar second , liarney ABion third. Tlrm. f'tT\ ) . . Second race ono-half mile : Caddie C won , Rnnoypecoml. Onhe third. Time : 052 Third race , three-fourths of a mile , 'emus' Hiutless won , Hessan saeond , Melmly third Time : 1-17. _ Fourth race. Tnaucural handicap , one mile , purse $ -,00 : NLirqiil-'e ; HW ( ffatt ) , 1 to 5. won ; nTorle \ , 1IX ) ( SlnBlt lon > -1 > to 1 , second , Co- uhlse. UO ( Corner ) , 1ft , } , third. Time- 4" Fifth race , six and one-half furlongs , sell- ln > ? I.lbrlatl'won Hub. C'nmpett second , ICIneFlm tliir-i. T < mtil ) > < CINCINNATI. JuneW While the horses were at the post for the Tobacco stakes at l atonla todav Hemp Kicked Lord 7.cnl In the ICB , cnusliiB the latter to RO lame Uoid.cnl was then ordered scratched and twenty minutes allowed foi u new book Simon W was the favorite at 4 to K In both bettings. After J-onl Zqnl was wlthdinwn there w is a plunge on Talma and her pi Ice went from S to 1 to i ! to I. There was n Ions tie-lay at the post , sifter which the Held waaent nwav with Simon W well In front. At the half-mile pole Simon W Increased his lead to two lengths and led Into the stretch , where the others closed lu on him and after n pretty contest from the lnst eighth pole to the wire Simon W finally won by a .scant length fiom Toluca , who only beat Dunois a half length for the place. SldKcl won the closing rat-o from Orimar In a hard drive. The former was all but left at the post , but made up a. lot of ground In the stietch an > crossed the wire a ) nose In front of Orimar. Weather line ; track fast Hesults. First race , one mll , gelling- Fresco 100 ( Murray ) 0 to 5 , won ; Simple Jack' , 98 ( Nutt ) , lri to 1 and fi to 1 , second ; Parson , 100 ( H. Isom ) . 10 to 1. third Tlmo : 1:11 ? , . Prince Carl , Duke of Montrose , leaflet. Cue Tin und Daniitua nUo ran Second race , flvo furlongsninanor Holmes , 118 ( Overtoil ) , 13 to 5 , won ; Flora , Louise. US ( J Hill ) . 7 to 10. econd ; F-lla Johnson 100 ( Morrison ) , 10 to 1 , thlid. Time : 10.fV $ . Strathlovv Vlrgle Cook , Acr.asia. and Long1 Lasslo nlso ran. Third race , one mile , selllns : Serrano. 102 IHeauelmmp ) , 2 to 1 , won ; G.aston , 101 ( T Hums ) , even , second ; The Socm.an , 100 ( Morrl'on ) 5 to 1 , third. Time : 1:43'4. : Dorothv III also ran. Fourth race , the Tobacco stakes , one mile , selling : Simon W , 101) ( C. nelff ) , 4 to 5 , won ; Toluca , 10J ( j. lllll ) . fi to 1 and S to fi , second ; Uimols , W ( T Hums ) , 8 ta 1 third. TlmoIMOJi. . John Havlln und Hemp also ran. Fifth race , five furlongs selling : Mlll- strenm , 10" ( J. Hill ) . 5 to 1 , won ; Chlcopee , 111 ( Overtoil ) , 1 to 2 nnd 1 to 2 , herond ; Opponent , lO'i ( C. Hclft ) . 4 to 1 , third Time : 1 0 ! Flop , Domlnls , Fair Favorado and Judge Qulgley nlso ran. Sixth race , one mile. Helling : Sldkel , 101 ( Huauohnmp ) . 3 to 1 , won ; Orimar , 100 ( Rverett ) , i ! to 5 and ill to 2 , second : VIv count , 'M ( T. Hums ) , 4 to 1 , third. Time : 142. ; CzarovvllIj W , Dago , Men Nalud and Rasper also tan , Omulm Gnu ( Mull Shoot. The weather waa Just right for the Bhoot- ers ycsteiday afternoon nnd the follow ing fine scores were made nt the Omaha club's regular weekly shoot across the river : LoomlH lllll lllll 10111 lllll I1) Whltmor lllll lllll lllll 11101-19 Hughes lllll llioi lllll 11111-19 ) Town end 11111 01111 31111 31111-19 Dickey . . , lllll 'lllll Kllll 11111-19 [ Johannes lllll Hill lllll HllO-Vi j Kenyon lllll aim HlOt 11011-18 ; Uandlott loin llioi lllll 11111-1S i Parmcleo , ,11111 , 31011 10111 11110-17 H Kail ) , . . . .11111 11011 11110 11011-17 [ Squirrel Ollh 11101 11001 11111-1C Bales lllll 11111 00011 11110lti Brucker mil mot 10011 11110-lG 1 Carmlclmel mil mil OHIO H01IV-1Q i Searle 11110 , 01010 lllll 11011-H "Kyoto" U1U > 00011 10110 01111-14 Pool Hun- lit Went . _ WEST POINT , Neh' June 19-Speclal ( ) - A foot race for J100 Hide nvlll ohbrtly take > ( place In this city between Al Marks of Hum- phr y and Georco Newell of Lyons. Much local Interest Is aroused over tnls event , as Maries Is a former \Vo4t Point boy. and while here showed remarkable speed Ills friends here are sanguine thttt Nothing short of Cop. plo of Bancroft , ran. bent him , and prophecy un easy victory for'hlm. > t-vv KiiKllMli l'lveIII i Clinmplon. IJ CTKR , Bngr. , June , ! . At the bicycle races held here toijuyixunder the auspices of the National CycjjInKjmlon the five-mile professional , for the ihumnlonshlp of Ens- land , wan won by C. K uarron He co\ ered the distance Inlf'OT 1-5 The auarter- mlle amateur race went to Metcalf of Car diff , who finished ulono , the other con testants having- been put out of the con test through uccldenU , HlMNCN for C < > llH-r. SYHACUSR , N Y. June 19 Three thou sand people who expected to see Eddie Hald and Tom Cooper tight It out at the state circuit races here this afternoon were disappointed Dald won his heat In hollow fashion. Cooper was caught behind the bunch In the stretch and after a weak effort to get around the field rode to his quartera and we * roundly hissed Uald took the llnal heat , winning from Steen- son. f One of rrmlimeu Crovr Sent Honir. NEW HAVEN. Conn. , June 19.-One member of the Yale freshmen crew now In training at Poughkeepsle has been de tected "cribbing" for his examination ! ! and has been ordered back to the college , Slnrt In HlKliI Direction. KANSAS CITY , June 19 A special to the Star from Springfield , O. . say * : Twelve carrier pigeons , ent here by George O Oroll of the National Cirrler Pigeon a - oclatlon. , from Detroit , Mich. , were liberated this morning The pigeons took a northpactprlv course and It Is expected the ) will reach Detroit some time trls evening South Omaha News . Local blcclo riders have undertaken to teach the councllmen something about rid ing a wheel , and K the blcjcllsts have their way ovcr > one of the city fathers , Including the portly inavor , will be scorching down Tw cut ) -fourth street before the next BPS- alon of the council This sudden Interest tn the accomplishments of the councllmen has been causpd b ) the ordinance Introduced last Januaiy at the Instance- ex-Councilman Hj'laml. and which parsed Its second rcadlug last Monday nlHht The wheelmen sa ) that tev ! cannot stand a niaxlinum sped of six mllPS an hour , alleging that ( hey cauunt maintain thflr batanco tmless running faster than that As some of the city dads arc from Missouri they have to be "showed , " and that accounts for the friendly Interest of Hi ? wheelmen at this time At a meeting of wheelmen hfld at the parlors of the Young Men's Christian asso ciation It was decided to appoint a commit tee to do ever ) thing possible toward having the maximum speed raised tn ten niltos BU hour , and to have the section requiring bells to bo placed on all wheels stricken out With these two changes made the ordlnancu will be satisfactory to nearly all of the bl- Ocllats In the city The committee Is to labor with the councllmen and explain why the changes are desired A petition will also be prepared urging the changes men tioned. The committee Is made up as follows James H. Van Onsen. D. S. Clark , Dr. P. W. SlabaiiRh , J. R McReynnKK A. L Ucn nett. Charles Marsh , William VanArnian , W. 1) Godfrey. A. A. Munro , A. D. Pettpr- man , n. J. Sevkora , II. S. Prosser. J. L. Ilarnctt , Max Poote. M Carl Smith , Fred Darling , n. O. Ma ) field. Dr. William Berry , James Mcttlroy and Ira Stevenson. ltUcnlrrx DNfliiiriti-il. Pollco JudgeChrlstmann rendered a de cision In the Crosby & Rich case yesterday afternoon C. M. Rich of this firm was ar rested for violating the new sanitary ordi nance by selling Ice not up to the standard established bv the ordinance At the pro- llmlnarj hearing the constitutionality of the ordinance was raised by nttornevs for thp defense , but In his decision yesterday Judge Chrlstmann held that It was not his busi ness to pass on the constitutionality of the ordinance nnd he would not do BO It was the place of a higher court to determine whether an ordinance was constitutional or not , and It was his bnsinpss to see that city ordinances were enforced. The Judge said tint the state had not provtn that the Ice sold by the defendants was deleterious to health , nor had the state shown that any sickness nad followed the use of the Ice sold by Crosby & Rich. Fur ther , ho did not consider that an adequate test had been made , as the testimony went to show that only one piece of Ice had been taken by the Inspector as a sample , lie therefore discharged the defendants and dis missal f'o case. Inspector Carroll was a&Ucd what his next move would be and he said lie would follow the Instructions of the ma ) or and council lie had been ordered to cause the arrest of this firm for violating the ordinance and had only followed his Instructions. He did not know whether the clt ; olUclals would con Untie the flght or not. As to future tests ho would take no s'cps until after receiving Instructions. According to the sanitary ordinance the milk Inspector was authorized to do the work , therefore a new appointment and bond do ° s not have to follow , as was held by the attoriios for Crosby & Rich. . . . . . . . Cll > CosMlp. Sam Chrisle ( Is at Hot Springs. S. D. Engagement lings at Godfrey's , 2113 N St A. G Smith. Pa\ton. Neb , is In the city visiting friends for a few davs. Members of the Home Circle High Five club will camp out this summer. An important meeting of Phil Kearney post will bo held Monday evening. U U. Havvley left last nisht for I'erclval. la , to spend a few days tvlth relatlvis. W. M. Geddca left for Grand Island yes terday afternoon for a few days' visit. O D. Bratton has returned from Salt Lak" City , whereho spent a couple of weeks A building permit has been Issued to John Pehaeek for a $300 cottage In Brown paik Contiactor Hannoii Ins finished nlllng the big washout at Twenty-third and F streetb The newly elected officers of Bee Hive lodge , Masons , will bo Installed Tuesday night. It Is understood that the Thtirston Rifles of Omaha will give an exhibition dilll hereon on July 6. Je"s Butler of Dunlap , la. . Is hero , the guest of Miss Junnlo Graham , Twenty-third and J streets Rev. Mr. Harslia of the Omaha Theological seminary will speak at the First Presby terian church tonight. Rev. C. N. Daw son will speak to voung men at 4 o'clock this afternoon at the Young Men's Christian association. The corrected figures of this year's assess ment places the valuation about J20.000 low or than It was last year. The heat yesterday softened the tar on thereof roof of the Uelmonlca lintel and the liquid ran down the storm water troughs to the sidewalk. Mrs Cora Meyers of New York , who has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Gcorgo Karll , Eighteenth and Missouri avenue , has gone to Avoca , la. , to fipcnd a few days v\lth friends Mlsa Docle Carpenter , Twenty-second and H streets , entertained about thirty of her young women friends last night iu honor of Mis. Roy nrolnard of Chicago and ills. Colcman of Red Oak. The Equestrian club will drill Monday afternoon In front of the exchange building. Kvery member of the club Is urged lo at tend , as Colonel Lott wants to prepare the club for an exhibition drill to bo given hero July 5 , The heat In the railroad yards was so Intense - tense yesterday that the rails at the switches nxpunded bo that they could not bo used , In several Instances It was necessary to saw a portion of the rail off In order that the switches could be used , Residents having complaints to make against the RarbaRo master should sco Coun- oilmen Kelly , Caldwcll or Shultz. These members of the council having been ap pointed a committee to Investigate the al legcd overcharges of the garbage master. Chris Raff lias completed the school enu meration in the Third ward. A full census was also taken at the same time. The bal ance of the enumerators expect to complete their work some time this week. From the reports now In It stems that the number of children of school aga allows an Increase over lust year. More * < -orc-li ; r ( inllirreil In. The i llce gathered In several wheelmen last night who were riding beyond the speei limit prescribed by the city ordinances The first arrested were Roy Drown , Carl Karly and Hey Sivlirart. They were pushing their wheels alont at a rait something less than a mllu H minute , when Ollloers Hurries am Baldwin hove In sight around the corner 01 Nineteenth street near Turnings A chase of severo. : blocks at length landed the riders and their machines In the patrol vvaxon Half mi hour later Frunk Walennd E Jensen were Hpeedlne down Sherman avenue near Locust street on a tandem m hen the ofllcers culled upon them to halt. They guve up the race after a spurt of three blocks and Jolneir the others In the city jail lllw Hole of Timber HOSTON , June 19 The Dartlett Lumber company ha.s completed the biggest land dea ever accomplished In the eastern mates. It has purchased outright Mount Washington the entire Presidential ranee .uul thirty leaser eminences of the White inountali ? roup , und In addition , some 00,000 acres ol uel land In the wilds of northern New Hampshire , The primary object of the pur- cha&o U lumbering , but the company wll cut in ravines und valleys , and will not dese. crutu the famous scenery of the i-tglon. No wholesale destruction of tieea Is content- p'ated The company has In view from 40,000 to 50,009 acres more of forest land in the region. _ Chancellor McLean al Crelgiitou tomor row evening. DRIVING OUT BUTTERINE Organized Attempt to Clear tha Mnrkot of the stuff. DAIRY INTERESTS TO KEEP UP THE WAR Voter * In Ilio nrent Hnlr Mitten lU-liiu rieiliieil to Cnrrj tinCruitiitle Into I'olllli" ' llllnoN | l.a tlif Miulrl. , | CHICAGO. Juno 19 A tfftIrom \ \ 1'ort Atkinson , WIs , BOVS"HuUfrtnp must be IcnWnted OMt of the I'nlted States" Is the llrtum of thp Nntlnntt Hairy union The SUPOPSS of the new uitl-butterltie law In Il linois Ins In plnxl the dairymen of the vvo < t to crush the butter mibstltuto Industry. Thf > BohiR Into politic. ? to do It. ifiht now the creamery proprietors tlui butter Jcnlers and the dairy fnrmom of tin biff butter ( iroiluclng tates WUcomln In llnhla , Indlina , Io\\a , Mlniteiots , Nebraska Kan as , MlchlRan and the Dikolas are be Ing drawn Into a compnct llihtln ! oranlz\ tlon of not less thin 600,000 , and nn > bp mote than 1,000000 Aotera nndote controllers. The } are beliiR iilcdKP * ! In writing to work unceasingly for leglohtlon that will prevent the coloring of butter substitutes. \V 1) Hoard of this city , former Rove-tior of Wisconsin , and president of the National Dilry tmlon , It gUIng the movement all the betiollt of his organizing ability nnd polltlcil acumen. Clnrles Y KnUlit of ChlcaRo , sec retary of the National IJalrj m < n' union. Is secretaij and troasnrct of the new move ment The National Oiliy union has nearlv 40,000 creameries In the north Mississippi valley , nnd around thc e the union Is build Ing up Us fighting organisation nach. cream * rj haal ou an avctatjo 100 patrons , or 400,000 In all. HOLDS 'run ivrnnuvr I' Kiioolc Out for Kt-nlueUv llullillnn Illlll 1,111111 VKNOOllltllMIM. I.OUISVlM.n , Ky. June IS Uy n decl slon of the nppellitc cotti t , rendered a Pintiklln toiliy , nil the building nnd loan as soriatlons In the state ate either knocltei out or hopelessly crippled The court hold1 thnt the remedial law enacted by the legls laturu In U33 and which authorized these absoclatlona to ( .barge not exceeding 12 ptr cent Interest , Including dues and the Ifgu" rate. Is unconstitutional. It holds that nl the Intercol and dues In excess of 0 per ecnl usurious and cannot be charts ml 't Is al o held that even the dues are "Interest.1 and that the borrowers who have been pay ing from 12 to 17 pi-r cent In dues and Inter cst are entitled to recover or be credited u ; nil In excess of 0 per tent Interest he ha paid. cn.itrosu MKX romi A OMIHIM : I'l'lei" of ( lie I'roiluct % Uin-ii ' ( rill } liirUcil Ri tin IlinUrrn. CHICAGO , Juno 19 According to broken and commleslon men , a glucose trus' bus beeu fornud Its existence was susptctet two or three weeks ago when the price o the "long sweetening" took an upturn on a totally Inactive market. Since then brokers have been ktpt buay recording the iiuotatl.ins eent them b > the retlnerd Conrad II Mathlcbon , president of the Chicago St.g\ Hrflnlng company. Is suppojed to be the prime mover In the new trust. With bu two exceptions , every big glucoscompi'iy In the United Statis In said to be Included "n " the combine Mr. Mathlesou icfuse3 to talk on the matter. DoutliH ( if ii In > . NDW YOHK. Juno 19-James Gnylcr , ns slbtant postmaster of Now Yotk olnce 18SO died last night at the ago of 70. Ho de vised the registered package envelope , stll In use. UbPFALO , N. Y. , June 15 John 13 Sackett , pnstmartci of Buffalo during Cleve land's fhst ndmlnlsiratlun , and more re cently tteaaurcr of Ilrie county , died today WEST POINT. Neb Juno I'l . , ( Special ) - Mrs. Gustavo Krueger died of consumption ? t her hftmo near Wist Point last evening Tim deceased suffered greatly befoia death relieved her. KANSAS CITY , Juno 19 < A t-peclal to Hit Star fiom ltltonval , Kan , sa > s lion Nicholas Ford , formerly a icsldent of St Joeph , and for many veara prominent in MI ° nourl polities. Is dead lieru of typhoid fever , aftei an eight week,1 lllne-T , THKAMAH , Neb , Juno 19 ( Sjicelal ) - Mrs George C. Close , who , with her bus band , wen1 among the earliest residents nere , died this week at the age of fifi yearn Mrs. Close was born In New York state She was married to Mr. Close In 1850 , when they tame to this place , and have beeu continuous residents hero since. For the past three years she has bt en an Invalid , Her husband and a daughter survive hei. PUNDRR. Neb. . Juno 19 ( Special.-Mia ) A. C. Abbott , wife of Attoinej A. C. Ab bott of this city , died this rooming of nervous prostration. Mrs. Abbott has b oi nlllng for some tlmo , but was not scrlouslj III till Wednesday of this week Mis. Ab bott and her husband are old resident * of this state They lived for many jears nl Decatui , but when this town was organize' twelve jcars ago , they moved to Ponder Mrs Abbott was the mother of Mrs O. J ) Aldrlch , wife of the station agent here. Hern * t-rliiK II IKIIIKT l.nut rnrjvo. ALIT3NA. Mich. , June lo-The steamer Hoot arrived here today with a ban el of copper fiom the wreck of tha lost Powubio This Is comluslve piooC tbnt the long lOMt hlp has been round. The copper Is In niiKgctH nnd weighs 1MO pounds The dlvtr TO > .S that the hull Is luoken uj > nnd that fet u ladlus of fifteen feet around the bout the copier nnd Iron of Its cargo can 1X3 seen In luigo quantities. Mayor llnrrlxon w III "Sol I'rcnlili- . OIIK'AGO , June 19 ATnyor Hnrrlrnn wll not presldo at the nuoen's julillee oekbratioi : at thn Atidltorluin next Tuesday evening Although posters announctiil Ihiit lu would Mnyoi llairlhon haj nrlttert the commltlei In charge that "Pre siiro of olllel.il duties will prevent bis attendance. " CUKl i Dyspepsia. Inclination. Weak Stoniacli. Squcamishucss. Heart.Ihirn. AVatcr-Hrash. KlnliiK of Food. Hitter Taste , Flatulence. Hillousncss , Gastralgia , Constipation , Jaundice , Liver Spots. Had Complexion , Coated Tongue , Offensive Jtruath. You have tried " 77" for Grip and Colda , now try No. 10 for Dyspepsia. All lHutrs1kts-or nenil tor tec. COc or | 1 00 Use si'KCii'io % o. : i for Tuethlnj ? , Colle. Crylntr , Wukefu'.ncsa of Infants. MiniCAI , IIOOIC-Dr. lluinplireyu' Hunxo. putlil Manual oC all Dfeeasct inalltJ frru . llumplire > iMeU Co. , Cor , Wlllljm anil John BU. , New York. Rheumatism is no respecter of per sons the healthy nnd viperous .aro as liable to its attacks as the weak The Njmploiiis of the disease are almost unnoticed at tirit , so Insidi ously to they steal over the bodv ; gradually the little paitts and stillness increase , until they develop greater Inconvenience dav by day. The knees , ankles , and other joints of the body arhe eotisl.uUly , swelling ingto several times their natural size ; the patient finds himself nii.ibte to get arountl ; is soon incapacitated for business , and later is conllued to his bed , utterly helpless. It is a great mistake to expect relief from such condition bv the applica tion of liniments and other external remedies. The medical profession ad mit that the disease is in the blood , and it is but reasonable that only a blood remedy , otic purely vegetable , and free from potash , can atlord re lief. S. S. S. ( Swift's Spccillc ) is nn unfailing remedy for Khcumatlsin , and has cuted the severest cases , where oilier remedies failed to reach the disease. Mr. 1'V.uik T Rey nolds , of Dalton , Ga , was a suiTcrer from Kheiimatifcin hi nee his boyhood. He writes : "Uver since I was twelve .sr Wj * > iVS 3 cars of age I have \/JR filtered rnteuscly tiM jmh wiiu MusculAt I TOir PSr K h e u m a t i a m , * r Rt < y . & / < < 1 which , at one time , kept me in bed for eighteen months. I took all kinds of tieatment , and visited many famous springs , but could get only temporary relief ; the disca.sc always icturned , and at times was so painful that it was impossible for me to use my arms ami legs. 1 tried almost ever ) tiling- that was Bug- gcsted , and after eighteen je.ars of sutTering , S. S. S. was iccommcndcd , and Ivas happy to , at last , find a cure for this painful trouble. S S. S. seemed to get at the disease promptly , and afforded immediate relief. " The experience of Mr. C. J. Gibson , of Madison , G a. , waa similar to the above. He says : "I tried almost every rheu matic remedy I heard of , but grew -f worse instead of < better. The sharp , * aching' paiiiK , pe culiar to Rheuma tism took possession of my entire body , and the sulTerinjr I endured was intense. I was soon unfit for business , and became as helpless as a child. The potash pre scriptions of the doctors almost ruin ed my digestion , and I found no relief ia anything1 until S. S , 3 , ( Swift's Specific ) was recommended. Several bottles cured me completely , and for more than four years I have not had a symptom of Rheumatism. " S. S. S. is unlike the many blood tonics on the market , for it cures the most obstinate cases , which they can not reach. H is a real blood remedy , and is the only one guaranteed Purely Vegetable * It cures Cancer , Scrofula , Conta gious Blood Poison , Eczema Rheuma tism , Cat.u rh and other blood diseases , it mattcis not how deep-seated. Hooks on blood and skin d scasca mailed free lo any addicss. SwlJ2f Co. , Atlanta , Ga. Searles & Searles , FpcciullMs In ill u nd PRIVATE DISUSES. All Private Dbcnsoi and Disorders of Men Treatment fay mail Consultation tree. SYPHILIS Cured for life. HOMETREATMENT FOIl AM. KOItMH OK nil IMSVI3A IC MJSS A.M IHhIJASUH OF WIMIF.V Catarrh , nil Disease" of the Nose. Tin oat. Cheat , Stomach , Ltvtr. 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