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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : TI1U11SDAY , OCTOBER. G , 18)8. ! )
YALE AND AJIIIERST LINE Ul1 Quito Contrary Showing Compared to Qami with Wesleyan. AMHERST IS SHUT OUT 34 TO NOTHINC Ynlc' Kle.ven Doe * ( iooil Strong Worl mid 1'eiiiin ) Ivuiiln'N Tni'tlt'N Are Denioiixlrnleil ( u He l' e- IC H In ( lie 1'lny. NEW HAVEN , Conn. , Oct. 3. Yale toda ; defeated Amhcrst at foot ball 31 to 0. Thi game was quite contrary to the poor show ing made last Saturday against Wcsleyai and was from start to finish a good one H was largely n kicking game , with llttli line bucking. The most remarkable thin ; nbout It was perhaps the usclessncss of thi University of Pennsylvania tactics whicl Amhcrst used. The new ondn-ln trick wa ripped to pieces by Yale's line and th nuard.iback formation ma do no Imprcssioi on tha Yale rushers. The line-up : Yale. Position. Amherst. Hharpe-1 tnbbcll . .Left end . ( 'ool IJurston-Cook. . .Lef t tiickle . Wlnslov lira wn . Left guurd . Klni Walton . Center . Untie Marshall-Andrews. It Ight gimrd..Houghtoi IChnmberluln. . . Right tackle . Unlluntyn lltlchards. Coy-Eddy . Right end . Wntsol Desnullcs . Quarterback . . . . . . .Anderson Winter. Pratt Marvin . Left halfback . K t iidul Townscnd. f'orwIn-BenJnmln. Right halfback. . Whltnc : JIcBrlde-Dupee. . Fullback . Uurdei Thirty for Tl erM In FlrHt Half. PRINCETON. N. J. . Oct. S.-Prlncetoi defeated Stevens Inxtltuto today , IS to I In the lirst half the Tigers seorcd thirty Tdo work of the Prlnreton team showei decided Improvement. The features wen the punting of Mattlo and two runs o Roller for more than fifty yards. OA.MKS OF THIS .VATIIJ.NAI. I.KACJl'l' St. I.ouln Trli-N u \ < MV I'Kelier to tin I'lrntfH' .SutlNfiietlon. ST. LOUIS. Oct. B.-Tho Browns trlfi Maupln , n Missouri youngster , In the tits Biime. Ho did well for eight Innings , bu weakened In the last. Plttsburg battlni out a victory. Stenzcl was benched b ; Warner in the eighth inning for dlsputlm u decision. The s cond game was eallei In the third Inning on account of dark ness. Attendance , COO. Score : ST. I.OUK- , . riTTSiiurm. n.ii.o.A.n. It.H i\A.K Uowrt. rf-cf. s 4 2 n 0 Donovan , rf 1 1 4 o Btcnzi-l. cf. . d 1 1 0 D M'Oruerv. cf i 1 2 0 Hulll van. rf 1 1 0 0 0 M'Carthv. If S 240 Crotw. 31) . . . . 1 3 " . S OO'Ilrlcn. Cli. J ? I n OomeniR. r. D 1 2 1 0 I'liHen. 2t > . . 0 2 2 r. ulnn. ilj. ! .0 t S 3 0 Clnrki1. lb. . 1 2 2 llarlcy. IT. . . 0 010 0 Tnn'cldll , p 1 1 0 ( I Ttu-kcr , lb. . 1270 0 Svhriver , c. . 0221 Hmlth. us. . . 1 1 2 r , 0 ' , MS 0033 Maupln , p. . 01000 Cronln , i > . . . 0003 Totals . . . . 0 14 26 U 0 TotnlM . . . . 8 14 27 IS ( . .iiirke , out , nit by batted ball. Plttsburg 0 St. Louis 0 00021030- Karned runs : St. Louis , G ; Pltlslmrp , C Two-bnse hits : Dowd , Qiilnn. ( "lurk. Me l , r l > . . t < hrli vtr , T.mr.i'lilll Thrr-bn. linn. McCroery , O'llrlen. Hit by pltclur Hedrlver , Uonovnn , O'Urlcn. Wild pitch Tnnnchlll. Double pluys : Clarke to Pad den. Uiise on balls : Off Cronln , 4 ; ol Tunnehlll , 1 ; off Miiupln , 2. Stolen bases Dowd (2) ) , Sullivan. Time of game : Twi hours nnd live minutes. Umpires : Swart wood nnd Warner. Veiuier Thrown III * Own Cnmo. NEW YORK. Oct. G. Yeager lout his owi game today In the fourth Inning , In whlcl with tin ; biiseH full be gave Jud Smith i free pass , forcing in n-run. A lly by Fur rell brought In thn other. Tht > second gam scheduled was prevented by rnln. Score : Totals . . . . 1 .B 27 15 1 TMllls . . ' . . 2 3271.1 Hrooklyn o o n o o 1 0 0 o Wnshlngton 0 0 0 a 0 0 0 0 0 Two-bust ! hits : Jones , LaChnnco. Htole bases : Jones , Fnrrell. Sacrifice hit : \Vrlp ley. Lett on banes : Urooklyn. 5 ; Washing ton. G. First on errors : Ilrooklyn , 1 ; Wash Ington , 1. liases on balls. : Off Yenger , i off Weyhlng , 1. Struck nut : llv Wc.vhlnp J. Hit by pitched bull : Grlilln , Cnsej Time of game : Ono hour nnd forty mln iites. Umpires : Urown nnd Connolly. At tendnncc : 2.r,0. NEW YORK. Oct. G. The New York nnd Philadelphia ; * played one Inning at th Polo grounds today , the Olants making tw runs nnd the Quakers none , when the gam was called on account of rnln. STANDING OF THE TEAMS. Played. Won. Lost. P.C P.cston 142 97 OS. Jtaltlir.oro Ill Bl no Gl. Cincinnati IIS i ns f,0. Cleveland US 77 r.i 55 , Chicago 148 siNew - > r > r rH New York 142 7rj rci H , Philadelphia 1SS 70 GO , 1'ittsburg 112 fi ! ) 48 , Louisville 1111 ( S 7S 43 , Brooklyn l"ii 51 85m Washington 14 ! ! 50 m St. Louis 133 37 IWi Games today : . Doylon nt llrooklvn , Pitts burg nt Louisville. Baltimore nt New Yorl Washington at Philadelphia , Cleveland a St. Louis , OIIKAT O.V.Mi : AT I.MU.V.V U'Ol.l ! lIooNlorH T.lek CliieliinutI iinil Clove In ml In Oiilek Sueei-NHlun. INDIANAPOLIS , Oct. 5. The Indlnr npolls Western League club played a nevi doublo-header hero this afternoon before crowd of 1,500 people , defeating both Cli clnnatl nnd Cleveland National leagu teams. Score , lirst game : Indianapolis. . . . ! 0 1 n 0 0 1 1 1 s 12 Cincinnati 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 4 Batteries : Indianapolis. Hnwley an Lynch ; Cincinnati , Hill nnd Wood. Score , second game : Indianapolis z 000 1 i i ; Cleveland o l o 0 0 1 3 Batteries : Indianapolis. Scott and Lyncl Cleveland , Frnner and Schrecongost. liiillniiM Tllko Another. WOODWARD. la. . Got. 5.SpfeIal < Teli gram. ) The Nebraska Indians beat Wooi ward today by n score of 23 to S. Batterle ; Indians , Rontzong nnd Corbet ; Woodwan Drescton and Lcuthery. Cornell UrtVntN SyriuMini * . SYRACUSE. N. Y. . Oct. G.-Cornell di featcd Syracuse ut foot ball today , 3U to The Syraeusans played n magnificent gair In the lirst half and took the ball wlthl iv short dlstnneo of Cornell's goal. In tl second half Cornell Hcored four of hi touchdowns. Her offensive , work In tl second half was line. The Syracuse Hi was unable to hold the Ithaca backs. Temiln Uliunililoii Defeated. NEW HAVEN , Conn. . Oct. G.-A sens ; tlon was caused In today's g mo of tl International tennis tournament by tl victory of Davis of Harvard over Win man of Harvard , tdo national champion. . . . . . . , YnrilM for u T < iiielul < m-n , CHICAGO , Oct. 5. Thii University foi bull cloven easily defeated the. team froi Mr. H. T. Shobo , 2704 Lucas Ave. St. Louis , Mo. , snys : ' 'My ( laugh' tor hiul Eczema , which covoreii her head nnd spread to her face She was treated by physicians ntu : tnkon to celebrated health springs butonly grew worse. Muny paten : medicines were taken , but withou result , until wo decided to trj 8. S. S. A dozen bottles cured he : completely and left her skin ] > cr fcctly smooth. Not n sign nf tin dreadful disease hits over returned. ' S.S.S.rfip . . . ( Swift's Spooifio ) is the only cure fo Kczcinii , nnd all other obstinate blow diseases. Valuable books mailed Irei by Bwlft Bnccillo Company , Atlanta , Qu \ the College of Physicians nml Surgennf tills afternoon by n score nf 22 to 0. l-oi en early In the season Chicago put up r surprisingly strong game , the llnesmot with otift or two exceptions holding wol nml the backs running Iciw nml following thn quickly-formed Interference well. 'J wi tiuichdnwnt * WTO made In Mich mm lllrschburner of Chli-nRo made the stin piny , ratch'ng ' n hlRh punt and aided bj good Interference running nwirly i'ghtj ! ynrds lor a touchdown. Ilamlll of Chi ( . HBO nlno mnde u touchdown after n rut of about seventy ynrds. For the Physician nnd Surgeons Lett Tackle Lockwood , Let Hnlf Fllntjen nnd Left Rnd Dcnn die pretty worn , Chicago's work nt times wai somewhat marred by tumblings. Its goal however , was never In dancer. nvu.vrs ox Tiiii itfXM. > u TIIACICS Tyrlnn , llcnvlly llnc-Uril Pnvnrlfe , I l.l'ft lit IlllI'ONl 111 l'IMItlll HlK'l' . NK\V YOIIK , Oct. G. There was a grcn uttendance nt Morris park In Bplte o threatening weather. In the second raci Tyrlnn won a heavily backed favorite , bu was left ( it tlu post. Swamp Angel , at 1 to 1 , went to the front at the fall of thi Hag and was never headed. In the hnndl rap for 2-yenr-olds ut BX ! and one-half fur tongs Ornamental shot to the front and setting a hot pace , led the way to th < stretch , Unlading In tdu ruck. Then Mil grnne , the favorite , took up the runnlni and won , hnrd held , with Exception am L'pldn second nnd third , respectively , In i hard drive. Results : First race , selling , one mlln and a 1ml ! hurdle : Governor lludd won Widower second end Manchester third. Time : 2-.il. Second race , selling , six furlongs : Sw.xmi Angel won , H'adllght second , Mamoi third. Time : l:15Vi. . . Third race , six nnd one-half furlongs Flllgran * ! won , Exception second , Lepldi third. Time : 1:21. : Fourth race , ono mile : Swlftmns won Bon llonald second Clonslila third. lime 'Fifth rnce , flvo furlongs : Lnmlty won Golden Days scond , Avoca third. Time 'sixth race , one nnd one-sixteenth miles tinngle won , Genrxo Kceno second. Utioli third. Time : 1:4714. : CIUCAQO , Oct. 5. Ilawthorno race re suits : First race , five flirlongs : Genus won Jinks second , Andes third. Tlm : I:03''i : Second rnce , six furlongs : lilstiop R < ? ri won , Oreyhurst second , Amanda third Timor lrlfc',6 ' , , , , Third rnce , one nnd one-eighth miles Don Quixote won rulsy F second , Georg LPC third. Time : 1G9. : Fourth rn' e , onp mlle and a half : Fort won , Plantain second , Wlnslow thlnl Time : 2:11. : Fifth race , one mile , hurdle , handicap Arrzzo won , Scrlber second , Uncle Jin third. Time : 1:58. : Sixth race , six furlongs : Dlggs won , Ab Furst second , Silver Set third. Timer lli : DETROIT , Oct. G. Race results at Windsor ser : First race , selling , six fnrlongsr Brulnr won , Fnrm Llfo second , Mucretla thlrO Time : 1:18. : Second race , selling , seven furlongs : Kin Morgan won , Frederick second , Tare Llgh third. Time : 1:34V4. : Third race , H' ' Mine , one mile : Albert ! won , Judge Qulglcy second , Polly W third Time : 1:10. : Fourth rnce , selling , five furlongs : Iluen : Ventura won , Kittle Hegent second , Mou BPltnrf third. Time : 1:03' : * . Fifth race , selling , nven furlongs : Do drldo won , Purseproud second , Leonla ( third. Time : 1:31. : Sixth race , selling.six furlongs : Colone Frank Waters won. Snmlvel second , Slss Chance third. Time : 1:19. : CINCINNATI. Oct. 5. Although th truck was In very bad shape nt Lutonln live out of the six favorites wcro winners The books got decidedly the worst oC til ramr In the betting ring. Results : First rnce , six furlongs , selling : Game nipple won , SHinol Girl second , H. B. Sac ] third. Time : 1:19 : % . Second race , six furlongs , selling : SI Illnz * won , Put Onrrett second , Bob Reei third. Time : 1:20'4. : Third race , one and one-eighth miles , sell Ing : The Do' tor won , Ideal Beau second Jamboree third. Time : 2:01Vi. : Fourth race , six furlongs , selling : Melte won , Howitzer second , John Boonc thlrO Time : 1:20. : Fifth race , five nnd one-half furlongs MI < H Pntron won. Protect second , Hose Asi third. Timor IrWi. Sixth race , six furlongs , selling : Tel Simmons won. The Navy second , Conai Doyle third. Time : 1:20. : II0.1IR KOIl TIII2 CI.HVELAMl CLU1 On < > I'nrty SnyM It Will lip St. I.oub lint riirl * Von tier AluSIIJM Nil. ST. LOUIS , Oct. 5.-Tho Post-Dispatch to day had the following : "Tho present Cleve land team will play In St. Louis next year , * nd ! President Muckcnfuss of the St. Loul Browns. Further than this do refused t talk. In the course of an Interview on the sam subject Chris Von Dor Ahe , who is stl ! Conner ted with the St. Louis Browns , said "Hoblson and Brush are binding whe they suy they will put the Cleveland tenr In hero whether 1 llko It or not. I am will Ing the Clevelunds should como In here un make Sportsmen's park their home , bu when they come It must bo on the equn sharing terms or not at nil. Wo are pet foctly willing to divide the earnings of th club and plant with the owners of th Cleveland elub , but wo nro not willing t let them como In hero and run things n tduv please. The Cleveland team Is toda without u home. Tts owners liavo had great deal of troubln there with the labo unions Mifl that Is why the team das nc been patronized tdere. It Is not wanted I Cleveland. Itodlson knows tdls and d will not nttomnt to play any more game with It there. " I'ATCIIKX ISASIhY I1K.VTS GUXTin lifittrr Di'Vi'Ioii" IlcntarUablr lltirftl of Sliced lint IN Di'fciitt'il. ST. LOUIS. Oct. G. The star feature o the Fair grounds was the pacing race between twoen Joe Patchen and John R. Gcntrj Patcden won In straight heats , taking th first by a nose In 2:07 : and the second by length and a quarter In 2:0714. : The lirst heat was very close nnd excll Ing. Patchen led nil the way in each hen In both heats they srored twice , gc fln awny In the second break each time and 1 perfect order. There wus > no betting. Patchfii had the pole , which he won by toss , and It was that advantage whlc enabled him to win the first bent , as Gentr closed with a remarkable burst of speei making up nbout threc-ounrtcm of a lengt In the last sixteenth of a mile. Patche was much stronger In the second licnt. Th two ran lapped tdo lirst three-eighths of mile , when Patchen drew away and showe daylight bftween the wheels of his sulk and Gentry's nee for one-rmarter of mile. Then Gentry began to close up nnd furlong from the llntsh had his nose alino : to Pntchen's withers , but wden Mark called on the black dorse ho came away 1 grand style and won. ' I'lirmiii" lliivli'H Iti-funex. ST. LOUIS , Oct. 5. A special to the Pos Uixpntch from New Orleans says : Parse Davics. who Is now managing two theatci hero for John D. Hopkins , has Just n ot'lved an offer by telegraph from the , pres dent of the Hawthorne club , Buffalo , nsl Ing him to manage the coming Corbet McCoy light. The Parson at once teli graphed his refusal. KIIIIKIIM I'nlvcTNlty DeffatN ( lie Mrilli KANSAS CITY. Oct. G. The Kansr State university nnd the Kansas City MCI Ics' elevens played tha first game of foi ball of the season hero at Exposition pai this forenoon. A good crowd was In a tendance- and the game resulted : Knns.- University U , Medics 0 , the scoring being i the lirst half To Hi * Ill-ill thy nun Use "Onrlnnd" Stoves and Ranges. CiiMllry fioliiR South. Troop I , Eighth United States cavalr passed thiough the city yesterday enrou to Camp Wheeler , Huntsville , Ala. , fro which point It expects to bo transferred Cuba. The troop Is mtido up of nlnety-fl' men under command of Lieutenant Sax < and occupied four Wagner tourist sleeper It has been stationed at Fort Meade. S. i ; under Captain A. J. Henncwsy , who \tt lately promoted to bo major. The lie commanding olllcer. Captain Parker \ West , will Join Is troop at Fort Wheele Troop C of the First cavalry Is assigned Fort Koblnson to take the place of the m < going to the front , as It Is desired to gh Troop C , which has seen service , a chain to recuperate. Police llonrd'N Ciiiiinilttt'eM. Tdo Hoard of Flro and Police commlssloi era held a short meeting last night to dlvli up the co in in U too work mnong the dlfferci members. W.V. . Cox presented n claim fi 1152 sick benefit allowance , which had be < discredited by p. former board after an li vesllgntlon which seemed to the appllcai Incomplete. The matter will be looked In more nt length at the next meeting. Tl committees named were as follows : Plrance MotTOe , Korbach , Coffman. Property Karbach , lllrkhauser. Collins , Men and Discipline Collins , Qtrkhauie Karbach. Laws , Ordinances nnd Regulations Dlrl Imuff-r , Caffuiau , Collins. LITTLE BILLEE IN OJIAIW Supposed Original of Du Maurior'a Celigbtfu Character Visits the Exposition. GEORGE D , M , PEIXOTTO. THE PAINTEI \\Vll Known Portrait Arllut Come for u Sliort SlRlitHvcliiK Stny In Die Cute 'ltj Some of Illn Artistic Triumph * . Qforge D. M. Pelxotto , the well-know portrait artist of the cast , came In froi Chicago yesterday and put up at the Paxto for a couple of days' visit to the exposltlo and to see the second parade of the Knight of Ak-Sar-Uen this evening. , lo Is a natlv of Cleveland , a son of 0. F. Pelxotto , former consul at Lyons , France , and dc sccnded from a talented family of New Yor Knickerbockers of Portuguese-Spanish an cestry. The most distinguished honor eve conferred by the king of Saxony upon a American artist was lu the shape of a mcdr to younu Pelxotto , when , at tdo age of 2 ( ho graduated from the Itoyal Academy a Dresden. In Boston Pelxotto has been called "Lit tie Blllcc , " from bis resemblance to till pleasing character of Du Maurler's "Trilby. He lias painted the portraits of some at th most famous men of Europe and in thl country. Gladstone , Bismarck , Victor Hug and the Emperor William of Germany dav all sat for him. Ono of his latest picture was of Mrs. Nancy AlHson McKluley , th mother of the president. This was a splen did likeness and captured the admlratlo of every art connoisseur In the east. Ho lia painted several portraits of the presldcn ono for tdo Union League club of New Yorl another for Us namesake in Chicago and third for the Union club o Mr. Pelxotto1 native city. Mr. Pelxotto started in nt the ancler Royal Academy at Dresden quite young , anc altogether , ho das given almost a score c years to his art. His examination pleco whc ho was graduated was "Mary , the Egyi tlan , " pronounced lu European salons as masterpiece In Its way. After his graduatlo do went to Paris and received Instructlo from Munkacsy and Mctssontcr. Ten ycat ago ho returned to this country. Ills poi trait of Sir Joseph Montefioro adorns th Corcoran Art gallery at Washington. Amen the Americans vtho have sat for his facll brush have been Chief Justice Walte , whos picture ho painted for the Ohio society ( New York ; Justice Lamar , Dr. Smith , th author of "America ; " Chancellor W. ( Elliot of the Washington university , Sen ator William Evarts , Seuator John P. Jonc of Nevada , Bishop Gltmour of Cleveland an Cardinal Manning. Cardinal Manning's poi trait was painted in his ecclesiastical robe ; the only one of its kind. In his right ban the eminent prelate holds the crosier an In his left a copy of Thomas a KempU "Imitation of Christ. " It created some thing of a furore when exhibited at Parti Cardinal Manning presented It to the S Thomas seminary at Hammersmith. OIK * of Ills 1'nrtrnltN. Ho Is not an exhibitor In the art galler at the exposition on account of an Inablllt to secure the desired space. One of his poi * traits , however , that of Secretary of th Treasury Gage , painted for tde First Nt tlonal bank of Chicago , was sent by Mi Gage for exhibition. Ono of the most celebrated portraits wn ono of Lady Henry Somerset , painted I Boston for the Eastnor castle collectloi Miss Frances Wlllard almost ; went Into rap tures over It. It will probably form ono c a collection to bo sent to the Paris exposl tlon. Speaking of President McKlnley's physl ognomy Mr. Pelxotto said : "I wanted t paint the major's face long before ho be cnmo president 'because ' I considered him a possessing a most powerful head. In hi face great power and force of Intellect shin through llesh and blood , Just as in th physiognomies of Victor Hugo , Gladston and Bismarck. " By the way , the artist hate to make a special trip to Europe to pale Bismarck and it was then that he mad the sketch of the young kaiser. The quai rels between the emperor and his chancellc Interfered with the work considerably fc a time on William's portrait. The portrait of Dr. Smith , the author < "America , " adorns the walls of Harvar university. During the sittings for It tt venerable poet wrote a little poem as tribute to the painter. The artist has heac quarters on the Rue Langler , Paris , wit Jules Cheret , the great cartoonist , as h next door neighbor. Ono day Melssonlc handed him a brush with the neat Gall compliment , "From the least of the ol masters to the youngest of the great. " Th recalls a similar compliment to him froi George Alfred Townscnd ( Gath ) whc Pelxotto was only four years of age. : was "From the elder George to the younci Georce. " Not only in Boston is ho called "Lltt : , Billee , " but It is generally believed thi he was actually the original of Du Maurier literary portrait of that character. "I think you have a magnificent expos tlon , " Mr. Pelxotto said last evening upo his return to the hotel , "Indeed It Is moi than I really expected to see. The art ej , ulblt Is decidedly fine. Your electrical dl ; play Is better than anything I have sec , In that line. The visitor who is in Omak now certainly has a double attraction wit , the gala Illuminations of the streets in horn of the " Ak-Sar-Ben. TOLEDO PEOPLE GET HER I-onir Ilclnyn on the IKinil Flnnll Overcome nnd the Hnppy HI1Htlcr .Set : the K Toledo people are showing an interest i the Exposition , which is of a high elm order and which they doubtless hope wi bo reciprocated In kind In 1903 , for Tolei Is going into the exposition business , and I the year mentioned will have a show whic will celebrate the centennial anniversary < Ohio's statehood. As a starter In boomii their enterprise , and with a deslro to stui a model in the exposition line nter whlc they may pattern , they have come to Omal In style , and that they might dave the ac vantage of expert Judgment of the nr beauty and finish of the TransmlsslsMp Exposition , most of the visitors brought the wives or daughters with them. Th < traveled In two special trains composed i ten Wagner cars each , with an observatlc car at the end of each train. There are 3i people In the excursion nnd nearly ono-ha are women. They brought with them tl Toledo Marine band which is pronounce ono of the best organizations In the stat and 1ms twenty-four pieces. It will furnii tdo music In the Ohio day exercises todt and later will play down town. Amor tde visitors are Mayor S. M. Jones and wlf City Clerk L. P. Harris , Aldermen Jacksc nnd Whalen and wife , end Couiicllmo Sabln. The trains arrived in the city i 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon , having bv seriously delayed en route. They reacdc Chicago an hour late and left an hour at a half late. Then they lost time nil the wo to this city. The trains were run out I the grounds , where they will stand whl the party Is here , which will be at lea ; until Friday evening , and the excurslonls will live on the trains , there being a dinli : car attached to each section , An Important part of the excursion that mailo up of the Ohio Centennial con mlsslooera , who are to plan for tde Tolei exposition previously mentioned. The c-n mission Is composed of twenty-one member and nil but three of them are with the e : curslon , The members of the commission party are as follows : Mr , and Mr * . Ucorgc B. Chrlstlnn , Marlon , O ; Mr. and Mrs. W A , Belt , Kcnton , 0. ; Mr. M. A. Magulre , Cin cinnati ; Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Craig Smith , Youngstown , O. ; Mr. 1 * J. Ponton , Win chester : Mrs. William Blnkley , Sidney ; Mr , and Mrs. C. K. Mcllrlde. Mansfield ; Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Forbes , Coshocton ; Mr. and Mrs N. P. Ramsey , Dayton ; Mr. John W. Davis Batavla ; Mr. nnd Mrs. John P. Kuinlcr , Toledo ; J. T. Donaldson , Scroggsfleld , O. | Mr. George K. Otis , Hlcksville ; George 1C , Detwllcr. When you call for DoWltt's Witch Haze Salve , the great pile cure , don't accept any' thing else. Don't be talked into accepting i substitute , for piles , for sores , for bruises. SOUTH OMAHA NEWS. After over a month's delay , the contrac' ' for furnishing meals to the city prisoners has been awarded to Anton Belvallk. Thi price the city la to pay for each meal fu - nlshed under this contract Is 10 centp. Mor nnd eomo more members of the council havt i an Idea thtt the bills rendered for meali i supplied have In the past been padded , 01 ' else the officers In charge have been care. | less In compiling the figures , Ordinarily tin ' bill for feeding prisoners amounts to be < twecn $75 and $ SO a month. This is con. stdercd far too much , considering that td < .prisoners are fed only twtco a day. Here after the Jailer will be held responsible It a measure and the meal contractor's return ! must bo accompanied by a dally report trou the 'jailer. It Is nstertcd by those who havi looked Into the matter that the record o meals furnished far exceeds the number o arrests. If this Is true it shows carclcssncsi on the part of the Jail olllcialu , to say thi least. Another point raised Is that tin meafe recently furnished arc not fit t < cat and steps are to bo taken to ECO tha good wholesome food Is supplied to tin i prisoners. Of course the city officials d < < not expect to get a Delmonlco meal for II cents a day , but they do expect that wha' ' food Is furnished will bo clean and fit t < j cat. Ordinarily l2'/6 cents a day has beei paid for meals , but the bids this year fcl below the average and as the lucky blddei . was prepared to'put up a suitable bond hi was given the contract. The meals fur' nlshed will be watched and as soon as com' plalnto are heard the matter will be In vcstlgatcd. 1 * . K. O. Convention. Memorial hour was celebrated by the P E. 0. convention yesterday In an appro prlato manner. The services opened will "Nearer My God to Thee , " by the wholi convention. This was followed by scripture turo reading and prayer by Mrs. Berta C Fox of Nelson , who officiated In the absenc < , of the chaplain. Members of the chapters I to which the dead sisters belonged pale , tribute to the memories of the deceased am then came a piano solo by Mrs. Ruth Dlnn chard of Beatrice. "We Meet Again" wai sung by Mrs. Max Foote , Mrs. Georgi French and Mrs. M. Carl Smith , member : of the focal chapter. The names of tin dead sisters arc : Mrs. Ella Allen of Omaha first vice president of the grand chapter Mrs. Grace A. Patterson of Plattsmoutb anc Mrs. Ida L. Palmer of Holdrcgc. During the afternoon reports from differ cnt committees were read and consldcrabl < business of a miscellaneous character wai taken up and disposed of. The question boj conducted by Mrs. Herring proved to bo in > terestlng and Instructive. Olllccrs were elected and installed as fol lows : Mrs. Mary M. Munro of South Omaha president ; Mrs. Berta C. Fox of Nelson , firs vice president ; Mrs. Carrie Hnpeman of Mln' den , second vice president ; Mrs. Addle SeX' ton of Geneva , recording secretary ; Mrs Grace Ktpp of 'Ha'Stings , corresponding sec. retary ; Mrs. Mary E. Frush of Wahoo , trcas' urer ; Kate M , Barbour , sfato organizer. Last evening the delegates and newlj elected officers wore tendered a reception ni Masonic hall by chapter M of this city. Thlril AV'nrd Street Cur 1'liui. A committee of Third warders Is billed t ( call on the managers of the street car com' pany today for tdo purpose of Insisting upor better street car service on the Q street line The resident's of the Third ward were no slow In catching on to the opposition to thi proposed loop and evolved the plan to rut every alternate car to the end of the Q strec line. The plan is considered feasible by thi people Interested and sonio of the city of' ficlals are helping the matter along. It ii stated that the packers would llko to havi the main line of the road extended out t < Thirty-third nnd Q streets. From that polr It will bo an easy matter to build fron Sheely station to Cudahy's nnd thus conncc with the Hanscom park line. This is con > Bldered the only practical route to the pack ing houses nnd the movement will mos likely bo pushed. .Motnrmmi HIIIIN Over Howe. One of the incidents of the fire at J. P Hayes' meat market on Tuesday evening wai the arrest of Motonnan Erlckson , who wai in charge of motor No. 65. Erlckson rni across a piece of hose stret'ched across tin tracks , cutting tdo pipe nearly in two. Chle Smith ordered an officer to place Erlcksot under arrest , and this was done after he hac run his train to the terminus. In a shor t'lmo ' the motorman was released on ball. Hi claimed that ho did not see the hose am had no intention of running over It. Erick son did not show up In police court yester day as expected , but it Is thought that hi will come around when wanted. Chief Smltl says lu Is about time to make an example o motormen who persist in running over hose and if permitted to do so ho proposes to ap pear against Erlcksou , New .SelinolM Nriirly Hontly. President Roberts ofthe Board of Edu cation stated yesterday that the greater per tlon of the seats In the new school room had been placed and that regular cxer clses would begin at once. Many pupils havi been kept out of school on account of th > lack of room , but within a few days it I expected that all of the seats will bavi arrived , and then there will be seats fo all. The condition of the schools la con sldercd excellent at the present time , am with the Improvements in view , all of tin estimated number of children will be nf forded accommodations. fluli Will Illilr. The Stock Yards Equestrian club will rJdi In the Ak-Sar-Ben parade in Omahi to night. Colonel Lott , the commanding oftl ccr , has designated the corner of Twenty fourth and A streets as tno meeting poin at 6 o'clock tonight. The members of th' ' club who live in Omaha will meet at th corner of Twentieth and Leavenwortl streets. It Is expected that the full nicm ber3hlp of the riding club will turn out which will mean at least sixty riders It line. lluili > iliiiiriim. The city council was to have held an ad' journcd meeting last night to take ncrni action on the viaduct repair ordinance pasei Monday night , but when Clerk Carpcnt1 came to call the roll not enough meniban wcro present to make a quorum , so an id' Journmcnt was taken until next Monca ] night. So far the railroads Interested hiv < I not signified their Intention to cither aecip i or decline the provisions of the ordlname Mllt'N Vuimliu In Married , Mllea Vaughn , formerly of this city lui now head of the Western Weighing nasocji- tlon at Nebraska City , was married yester day to Miss Leonora McAllister , one of lh ( prominent young women of the city whrr < Mr. Vuugh la now stationed. Mr. and Mrs Stomach Troubles Caused by Loss of Nerve Force , Weakened Vitality and Nervous Prostration Cured by Dr. Miles' Nervine. It cniinot bo too strongly Impressed upon the nil mis of American men and women that the nerves rule every action of. our bodies nnd control nil the nlttiirs of onr existence. The nervous Hystem is the fountain from which flows the very essence of life and which pre serves throughout nil the years of our lives that personality and Individuality that makes each one of us what we aro. When the nerves become Irritated or exhausted from sickness or strain , when the brain has been weakened from over work , loss of sleep or any cause what ever , derangement of the nerve centers follow , and such manifestations as sick headache , loss of appetite , llatulency , sour stomach , dyspepsia nervousness , Iritablllty follow as a natural result. Dr. Miles' Hestoratlve Nervine Is fully competent to correct all such disordered conditions of the nerve centers. It gives the tortured nerves a rest anil permits them to recover their tone and steadiness. It invigorates the diges tive organism puts new life Into the Vaugh will spend a few days at the ex position and will then go cast for a ehor wedding tour. Mn lc Cltv UoHMlp. A daughter has been born to Thomas Hector tor and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Lou Etter announce thi birth of a son. Mrs. W. J. McCrann has returned from i trip to Kentucky. Yesterday was another record breaker fo receipts at the stock yards. Pile driving for the new stock yards cattli viaduct commenced yesterday. Mayor Ensor has gone to Freeport , 111. , ti look after some property interests. Mrs. F. L. Coley of Grant. Neb. , U vlultlni her brother , Judge W. S. Babcock. Born , to Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Houston Twentieth and Washington streets , a son. Judge Northcutt and wife of Urbanna , O. are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Talbot Michael Cudahy of Chicago Is spending i few days in the city looking over the Cudah ; plant here. F. Longfellow , general foreman of the cai department of the Milwaukee road , Is spend Ing a few days here. At the semi-annual meeting of the Join Car Inspection association Tuesday the Clil cage & Northwestern railway was formall ; admitted to membership. XOT13 THIS HAM. ' HATI5 Ylii tin ; Port Arthur Itoute. Knnras City and return , October 2 to 8 Pittsburg , Pa. , and return , October 7 to 10 Homo Seekers' excursions , October 4 nnd 18 Fare and one-third round trip to St. Louts on sale every Tuesday nnd Thursday untl October 29. For all Information call a Port Arthur Routs office , M1G Farnan street ( Paxton Hotel block ) , or write Harrj E. Moores , C. 1' ' and T. A. , Omaha , Neb. SCENERY ALONG THE HUDSON llcniitlful View * from Point * Pnisucil by the Went Shore IlontI Immor talized In The West Shore Railroad company has placed on exhibition In several of the rail road offices of the city a series of painting : Chat are attracting considerable attention both as works of art and as representation ! of the most picturesque localities in tin Catskill mountains. These paintings are flvt In number and depict scenery along the rail road on the west bank of the Hudson river , The first porurays "Haverstraw Bay and Environments. " It looks from a point jusl without Haverstraw tunnel over the broad sweeping waters of the Hudson 100 feet be low to the purple mantled mountains whlct bound the horizon in the distance. It Is c panorama of natural beauty that outrlvalt the scenery on the banks of the castle- crowned Rhine. "Anthony's Nose , " a quaint old mountalr taking Its name from a fancied resemblance to the nose of St. Anthony , a monk of the third century In Egypt , IB reproduced In elli without loss of natural beauty or grandeur It Is another scene where the Imago of nr nzuro sky reflected In a broad sweep of Bill waters blends with the purple haze of dis tant hills , producing color effects beyond de scription. The Storm King Is another mountalr Bceno ; a locality where the majestic Hudsoi winds around the base of venerable moun tains ; where wooded Islands , like emerald ! set In crystal , dot the glittering waters , and evening's lights and shadows come and gc In quick succession. "Looking North from Fort ) Montgomery" ii a Bccno where the railroad passes through t defile in tbo mountains above the Hudsor river. It Is remarkable for rich coloring ant ! light and shade effects. "Tho Entrance to Haverstraw Tunnel" it the last of the series and In many respect ! tha most beautiful. H shows the road windIng - Ing about the foothills at the river bank and immediately in front the entrance to thi tunnel In the mountain side. FISH LOOKS AT THE GROUNDS Prt'Hlileiit nt the Illinois Central Million u Hiiri-leil VIxU tii Onmlia Oil IlunlllfNH. The prospective entrance of the Illinois Central railroad Into Omaha was again ac centuated yesterday by the visit of Stuy- vcsant Fish , president of that road. Ir company with a couple of other officials o ! that great north and south system Prealden Flan looked over the present railroad ter minals and ground that might bo used foi terminal purposes by a new line Into thl : city. IIU coming was known only to a few railroad men , but after he had gone tlu fact that ho had been here and looked ovci the ground spread rapidly and by some railroaders readers was looked upon as the natural sequence to the recent move of the Omano DriJgp and Terminal railway , which has asked for permission to lay Its tracks down town. ( niollnf To roll A gasoline torch exploded last night In the refreshment tent of Joseph U. Oeneretix , Sixteenth and Locust streets , with ferloui results to tbo urroundlngs. The tent was In the rear of the refreshment booth and was used by Gencreux and his family at living apartments , It was entirely consumed , together with a bed and a quantity of cloth' Ing. The loss amounted to $150 , with no In surance. Jumped from a Moving Cnr. Jus-lus Grebe of Plymouth , Neb. , wag se verely Injured about the head and face b ; Jumping from a ewlftly moving Sherman avenue car near the Omaha brewery yester' day afternoon. Grebe and his young son were hanging to the side of the car and aa U swune around tba curve the older Grnlm't blood nail sootlies llio tired Imilu to swpot , rofreshlii } ? sloop. By It thou sands of wi-nk sk-kly , Icomppti'iit In valids litivo boon mnde strong and hen 1 thy. "Four years ago I suffered an attack of bilious fever which left my stomach In a very weak condition. The nerves seemed to bo prostrated and I suffered distressing pains after eating. Gas would form In my stomach and cause mo to feel weak and nick. I was treated by physicians In Port land , but they were unable to relieve me. A friend advised mo to take Dr. Miles' He- storatlvo Nervine , which I did. The results wcro In every way entirely satisfactory. I was cured of my stomach trouble nnd since then my health has been splendid. "STEPHEN W. SHACKFOUD. "Graham , Maine. " "I suffered with nervous dyspepsia which caused mo much trouble and uneasiness and which refused to yield to the doctors' medi cine or advertised remedies until I com menced using Dr. Miles' Restorative Nerv ine. I am happy to say that after using that great remedy for a few weeks my stomach trouble entirely disappeared and I have not seen a sign of dyspepsia since. "W. I. WASHBURN , Westflcld , Pa. " "Loss jof sleep and the care and anxiety ! from attending a sick bed broke down nif nervous system and I lost all my good naturcd feelings. I had no appetite , my digestion was badly deranged and I was dull and tired all the time. In two days after 1 began taking Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine 1 could BOO a change for the better. An I continued the treatment my nppotlto re turned , my sleep became restful and refresh ing and In a week I was up and about the house. Since that time my health has been good. MU3. FUANCnS COFFMAN , "Riishvllle. Va. " "For nearly three years I suffered with severe stomach trouble. Would hnvo a cramping pain in my stomach that would almost seem to kill mo. When the doctors failed 1 began using Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine , from which I received untold bctic- flt. 1 was finally cured of the trouble and for several years have enjoyed excellent health. M. (3. COMBS , Petersburg , 111. " All druggists are authorized to sell Dr. Miles' Nervine on n guarantee that first bottle tle will benefit or money will bo refunded. He suie and get Dr. Miles' Nervine. Take nothing else. Write us about your troubles and ailments and \vo will give you the hon est advlco of a trained specialist absolutely free of charge. Booklet on heart and nerves sent free. Address DU. MILES MEDICAL CO. , Elkhart , Ind. MANHOOD RESTORED l Vltallzer will quickly euro all nervoua. or dlBeascs of tlio tcnrrntlvo or- fans brought on by youthful errors or exicBOus. micli : i Lost Manhood , IniomtiU , Spermatorrhoea. Pains In Hack. Kvll lrcnm . Seminal Emls- lions , Norrous DfUjlty. Pimples , llrailuclic , Un < Unnim to Marry , Kx- h tli > r lnB. Varleocel * and Constipation. Stops louses by day or night. PreventQUlclcneti of dlncliariie , which leaila to SpermntorrlioM . _ . . . * nd ' ' "A101"- ClMimes the liver , Uldney mid urinary orirans of all and A , tiiR Impurltlm. strengthens im-1 roatoreM small weak oritanB. l,00 box. . 0'or f s.Oii. Otiaramcoil to op.ri Sand Jor fr e circular and flOOO tcsiP _ , , . , . , . . , , tuonUll Daval Medicine Co. . 8 n Franolico , Cal. For Hale by Muy ra , Dillon Drui Co Omaba , Nctv 1 hat blew off nnd unconsciously he let go o ; the railing nnd sprans after it. Ho pltchc' head foremost Into a pile of bricks. Aftei his injuries were attended by the pollci Burgeon ho was taken to Wlrth's hotel. CVrvern to He Mnde n l.llV Senator MADRID , Oct. C. It Is announced thai Admiral Cervera will be appointed a life eciiator. PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS. Nick Fritz of Pender was an Omaha vis itor yesterday , Mrs. George Bows of Deadwood , S. D. , If a guest at the Barker hotel. Mr. and Miss Sellers of Chicago , are hen to attend the Ak-Sar-Ben festivities. Mathlas Schnell nnd wife of Rock Island III. , are visiting frlcnda In the city. | Mrs. M. E. Boutelle of Oalcaburg , 111. , Is vialtlng her son , J. II. Boutello of this city Mrs. W. E. Annln and children are the guests of Beecher Illgby at 2137 Harney street. Miss Mao Burr of Lincoln Is spending Ak- Sar-Ben week with Miss Tukey on Chicago street. Stuyvesant Fish , president of the Illinois Central , made a short visit in Omaha yes terday. F. M. Thomas nnd family of Buffalo , W. Vi. : , are stopping in the city to see the ex position. Mrs. Sarah McVey nnd daughter of Yank- ton. S. D. , are the guests of Mrs. Watson B. Smith on Cass street. Charles Walte , a prominent mining man if Deadwood , S. D. , is In the city , the guest at South Side friends. J. E. Ebcrhart , Jr. , E. L. Bealty and C. W. Gill of Mlshawoka , Ind. , are among the visitors at the exposition. John Humphries , n prominent tailor of Lead City , S. D. , wife nnd brother-in-law , are visiting the exposition. I. A. Loose and wife , T. C. Cole and wife and L S. Ambler and wife are a party of exposition visitors from Thurman , la. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson nnd Miss Olive TnmpIIn of Hull , la. , and Mr. Martin Farmer of Mankato , Minn. , are in the city. Miss Marlon Schlbsby has returned to Chicago cage to resume work In comparative philology elegy for the doctor's degree at the Univer sity of Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. George Dickens , Mr. nnd Mrs. Alfred Dawson , Mrs. J. M. Bunker nnd Mrs. B. Ellsworth are Milwaukee visitors at the exposition. Dr. William T. Dalbv and wife of Salt Lake City have Interrupted their wedding tour long enough to enjoy the festivities of Ak-Sar-Ben week as the guests of John N. Wcstberg and wife. Amos Steckel of Bloomfleld. la. , n leadIng - Ing free silver politician in that section of the state , Is attending the exposition. He is accompanied by W. J. Steckel and Stella Steckel and by Sol Lorcnz and wife , also of Bloomfleld. Nebraskans at the hotels : J. C. Dahl- man , Lincoln ; Mr. and Mre. H. H. McCon- nlgby , Holdregs ; Rev. A. Harper , Jr. , nnd family , Fremont ; J. N. Peters and wife , Elba ; T. S. Hanson , Central City ; II. C. Mason , John Mason , Hyannls ; W. H. Pratt nnd wife , William Lesion , Palisade : H. P. Simmons , Chadron ; Mrs. S. V. Pitcher , Rushvlllo ; J. Friend and wife , Lincoln. Every woman should realize that her health is like a bank account. At the out set she has so much deposited to her credit in the bank of health. If she draws out more than she puts in she will soon over draw her account. An over-drawn account in the bank of health means one'of two things , a life of hopeless suffering or an early death. The woman who neglects her health in a womanly way is making bit ; drafts on her account with the bank of health and will soon be a physical bankrupt. Disorders of this description wreck a woman's general health quicker than anything else in the world. They soon transform a healthy , happy , amiable woman into a weak , sickly , fretful and despondent invalid. They ut terly unfit a woman for wifehood or mother hood. Per all disorders of this nature Dr. Picrcc's I'avorite Prescription is the best of all medicines , It acts directly on the delicate and important organs concerned in maternity , giving them health , strength , vigor and elasticity. H relieves pain , allays inflammation , checks debilitating drams , and quickly subdues all other symp toms. It at once stops the dragging pains and sinking spells , the nervousness , the iligestive disturbances and other complica tions that arise from the same cause. Taken during the months of expectant maternity , it banishe.4 the usual discomforts and makes baby's advent easy nnd almost pain less. It Insures the new-comer's health and a plentiful supply of nourishment. Thousands of women have tesUfied to its marvelous merits. An honest dealer will not sucrecst an inferior substitute for th < : sake of extra profit. I BLOOD POISON A SPECTAJLTV Primary , Secondary or Tertiary BLOOD POISON permanently Cured in 15 to 35 Days. You can be treated at home for eamo price under same guaruntv. If you prefer to come here we wfll contract to pay railroad fare and hotel bill * , and no chaige it we fall to cure. IP YOU HAVE taken mercury. Iodide potash and still have aches and pains , Mucous Patches In mouth , Sore Throat , Pimples , Cop per Colored Spots , Ulcers on any part of the body. Hnlr or Eyebrows foiling out. It la this secondary Wo Guarantee So i.ure ; We nollclt the most obstinate cnees and challenge the world for a case wa cannot cure , This dlseaan has always ballled the skill of the moat eminent physicians. $500,000 capital behind our uncondi tional guaranty. Absolute proofs sent acaleil on application. 100 page book sent free. AildrviiN COOK IlKMEUY CO. , 1401 Mimonlo Temple , Chlcnico. 111. WHEN OTHERS PAH. CONSC1/T Searles & Searles. f. SPECIALISTS. nnnruutee to cure Nuceu'lly and rndl- cnllr all M211VOUS , ClIHOKIC AND I'KIVATB illieuacx of men and iromcu MEN SYPHILIS SEXUALLY. cured for life. Night KinlfBions , Lost Manhood , Hy- flrocele. Verlcocele. Gonorrhea , Gleet , Syph ilis , Stricture , Piles , Fistula nnd Rectal Ulcers , Diabetes , UriKht's Disease cured. CONSULTATION Strietaa-HI Gleet at Cured Homo by new method without pain or cutting. Call on or address with stamp. Treatment by mall. OR ? SEARLES 8 SERIES. 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