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TTTT5 OMATTA DAILY 1JEE : WEDNESDAY. OVEMlJElt t ! . 1808.
rk PORTER RUNS AWAY BEHIND * Unable to Keep Pace with the Others on the Fusion Ticket. BOHEMIAN CITIZENS STAND BY DIMS Olllclnl Count MluiUH ( lint tin- Seen \nry nt Slnte I'ollril lifm Viili-N Til nil Any of III" ItuiuiliiK LINCOLN , NOT. 22. ( Special. ) The offi cial returns from the counties on th recent election are now practically all In. The sheet from Dawcs county had to be returned for correction yesterday because the clerk had neglected to fill In the vote cast for the secretary of state. This will not delay the count on the other offices , j however , and the official figures will he , | ready to glvo to the public tomorrow. U | I is certain now that the majority uf 1'orter I ns secretary of stnte will be much smaller than those of the- other fusion candidates. I Porter ran along with his ticket very closely , i but It IB evident that Duras got several hun I ' drcd vptes from men who did not vote for , any other candidate for a state ofllce. This j will be explained from the ; fact that a large number of Hohemlan citizens of the state j who have heretofore been democrat ? , hut . who were BO disgusted with thr sham re- j formers that they could not support the ticket , concluded to go to the jiolli and cast a vote for their countryman , leaving the balance at the state ticket to go In blank. ItcorKiinlliiKutlonul ( mint. In the rrorganlAitlon of the National guard the old companies of the Second regi ment are responding more freely than wan expected and the Indication now U that every one of the companies will go back Into the guard and that the ofllccrs will bo practically the Banu. as those taken couth with the regiment. In some localities there are nearly double the number of applicants necessary to fill the companies , but It IK probable that the strict physical examination which will be demanded will shut out many of tlis applicants. The reason given for the pop V ular anxiety to get Into the companies la / M that the men of the National guard will no longer be referred to as "tin soldiers. ' ' It Is believed by those who take an In- torcat In such matters that the experience of the men who went Into camp at Chlcka- mauga will be of great benefit to the reor ganized regiment and will make It much uperlor to the old regiment as it stood before the war. The Christmas boxes for the boys ot the- First regiment are now all heady for shipment and Adjutant Oencral Gage o'x pecta to get an order tonight or tomorrow from the War department directing him to make the shipment. The number of boxes la about an even thousand , being one far each member of the regiment. The boxes for the Third regiment have not yet com menced to come In , although a large num ber have been heard from that are ready to bo shipped as soon na the department here Is ready to receive them. The Dunk of Hallam. In a small town ot that name In Lancaster county , has filed ar ticles of Incorporation with the State IJank Ing board. The paid-up capital stock Is $5,000 and the lucorporators are Joseph J. Meyer and Gerhard Illppcn , both Lancaster county men. The governor honored , a requisition today - day 'for the return of James Carlton ami James Bell to Iowa to answer to the chargfc of obtaining money through a conlldencb game. The victim of the game was Wll Ham Hotiaker ot Sioux City. M , Lincoln Intent > 'otr. . , The men who signed the bond of the Merchants' bank , whnreby about $8,000 of elate money was tied up In that Institu tion , arc still hf.vlng their troubles. Wil liam Fullcrtoii. one of the bondsmen , first entered the plea that the signature was attached by somebody besides himself. Now J. H. Sheen , another bondsman , files a pe tition stating that tin signed the bond on tbo express condition that It should also be Blgnod by William Fulicrton. Ho salt that this agreement was made with C M. Crawford , cashier of the bank , and now that Fullerton denies signing the instru ment Sheen also wants to be released. As air three of the parties mentioned were prominent stockholders In the bank that se cured the money , the various pleas to cs cape "liability" on the bond are causing a emllo In legal and business circles. The bank Is hopelessly defunct and the rea worth of the bond to the state is not np parent to the casual observer. The Fulfer tons and Crawfords are also an the Mc- tvrve bond. The storm of yesterday was one of the worst experienced hero in years , and the snowdrifts that plied up last night made many ot the sidewalks Impasrablo. Today the weather has been favorabfe , however , and most of the drifts have been shoveled through. It was feared that the violence of the etorm and the cold weather would cause much suffering among the poor people ple who were not well prepared for winter , but so fur very few cases have been heard from. School was dismissed In two ot the school buildings today because of bad leaks In tbo steam pipes. Through fiorao fault of the engineer the rooms were flooded with wuter ml It took all day to dry out tbo build- Inge. Inge.Omaha Omaha people at the hotels : At the Lin- doll Charles Kaufman , Mrs. W. H. Wheeler , W. I. Dallas , At the Lincoln- Skip Duncly , J. 0. Epeneter. H. L. Tostevln , T. S. Denman. Home from Honolulu. COLUMBUS. Neb. . Nov. 22. ( Special. ) Several members of Provisional Company C of the First oNbraska volunteers , who a table water. Always the same , sparkling and delicious. A great aid to digestion. Solil e ry here. Jj gallons , lill ; anil qtl. ami pli. , IparUing. OOOOOOOOC000002 i I'axlon. Gallagher & Co. , distributers. Bold by Sherman & McConnell Drug ( "o. , , Omuna , Neb. have hc n nt Honolulu all summer , arrived here today , They are on sick leave and have been In the hospital nt Camp Otis. Those who return that went from here are John Skuropa , Fred Ollmore nnd 12-year-old . Hey Johneon , who met the boys In 'Frisco and has since been with them an their mac- cot. A private whose name we could not learn but who enlisted nt Falls City also returned with them. The boys are not lookIng - Ing the best and It la possible that they may remain until mustered out. STORM THROUGHOUT STATE Xclirnnka < ! < * n Severe Tnnto of Wln- ter IJfToot of tin ; Slum- on Stuck. SHKLTON , Neb. . Nov. 22. ( Special. ) The worst blizzard for many winters was experi enced here yesterday , with an extreme change ! of temperature , the wind shifting to the northwest and becoming rapidly cold. 'During the night snow began fulling , with the mercury standing at zero nnd the wlmJ at a forty-mile rate. All trafllc Is delayed and trains are alnioat all several hours late , 1ILOOMINKTON , Neb. , Nov. 22. ( Special. ) - This section never before wltnetscd so sudden chance of weather as on Sunday , At nonn the weather was quite mild and ten minuted later very cold. About two Inches of enow has fallen , FAIKIIUHY , Neb. , Nov. 22. ( Special. ) The worst storm of the season prevailed here yesterday. The wind was very high last 1 ; night and the air was filled with a blinding t snow , which was almost Impossible o face. QKANI ) ISLAND , Neb. , Nov. 22. ( Spc- lal. ) One of the ( \orst storms that has truck this section of the state In several began Sunday night. Yesterday morning the temperature reached three de grees below zero , with a wind traveling Ifty miles an hour and a blinding snow term accompanying It. Business generally \aa suspended and all trains were late. rtu passenger train on the St. Joseph & Grand Island was snowbound near Falrfli'ld , is als3 was a freight on the same road. WYMOUE. Neb. , Nov. 22. ( Special. ) Th6 blizzard which raged here all day yesterday and long Into last night abated In Us fury his morning. WAUNETA , Neb. , Nov. 22. ( Special. ) A wind and snow storm commenced Sunday afternoon and the mercury fell very fast. Before morning It was Intensely cold ind the air was full of snow. Stockmen who ore not well provided with sheds and feed will lose cattle. ST. PAUL. Neb. , Nov. 22. ( Special. ) Sunday afternoon the wind turned to the north and at once It commenced to grow colder. About 10 o'clock It commenced to snow and continued all night , with a high wlml. The thermometer reached 2 degrees above zero. CALHOUN , Neb. , Nov. 22. ( Special. ) The worst snowstorm In two years struck this place Sunday night and continued until Tuesday morning. The thermometer fell seventy degrees within that time. The wagon roads are blocked , as the snow has drifted four to five feet high and It will bo some time before the farmers can come to town. Although the storm was severe , nearly every one was prepared , as the corn Is rearly all out and threshing done. RED CLOUD , Neb. , Nov. 22. ( Special. ) A fierce storm prevailed here air day yes terday. The wind blew vi gale and the air was full of snow. The mercury reached C degrees above zero. BUTTON. Neb. , Nov. 22. ( Special. ) A genuine blizzard raged all day yesterday H was extremely cold and the wind blew hard. Telegraph wires are down and schoo ! Is suspended. Stock will suiter If It Is nol well sheltered. GENEVA , Neb. , Nov. 22. ( Special. ) The storm yesterday was a reminder of the terrible blizzard eleven years ago. About five Inches of snow fell and the wind blew a gale atl day and night. COLUMBUS , Neb. , Nov. 22. ( Special. ) Sunday evening ono of the old-time bliz zards set In here and continued for about twenty-four hours. The weather was quite cold , the mercury falling to several de grees below the freezing point. Trains on all roads are In a badly demoralized elate and there has been no passenger train In from Lincoln this week on the Burlington. The Union Padllc fast mail was derailed a few miles west of here on a small drift of sand and snow , mixed. It was luiposst. bio to get a train to Albion or Cctlar Unp- Ids yesterday , but they will probably get through today. The amount of snow fall was not very great , but it has packed and drifted solid In many places. There Is still much threshing to be done In this county and the corn is probably not half gathered. All work is practically suspended for a few i days. WESTERN , Nob. , Nov. 22. ( Special. ) Sunday was warm and pleasant until about 3 p. m. , when the wind turned to the north and the weather kept growing colder until about midnight , when It rained n little , but soon turned to snow. The worst blizzard known here for the. tlrao of year ensued. NORTH LOUP , Neb. , Nov. 22. ( Special. ) One of the worst storms for several years struck this vicinity Sunday night and con tinued all day Monday. The temperature fell to G degrees below zero. Railroad trains wore badly delayed. LEIGH. Neb. . Nov. 22. ( Special. ) A heavy gale of wind commenced blowing here Sunday afternoon and soon developed Into a blizzard which lias continued ever since. Much dnmago is-fcared among the stockmen north of this place. now * nv A SWITCH KXCMXE. Mr * . Henry Ilaiier I.o o Until I.eKn anil .May Die. HASTINGS , Neb. , Nov. 22. ( Special Tel egram. ) Mrs. Henry Bauer was run down by a B. & M. switch engine this afternoon at 3:30 : o'clock and seriously injured. She attempted to'croaa the track just cast of the Burlington depot and In doing so did not notice the engine until too late. One foot was cut off above the ankle and the other leg was crushed to the knee. It will bo necessary to amputate both legs and it In not thought she can live. In < e Train * nt llrntrlcc. BEATRICE. Neb. . Nov. 22. ( Special Tel egram. ) Beatrice pcoplo had a taste today of the trouble Incident to the nonarrlval of trains , Until 3 o'clock this afternoon not a train on any road arrived In the city , except the Burlington train from Wymore. At that hour Union Pacific passenger No.45 , dun hero at 9:15 : in the morning , came In , with a disgusted load of belated passengers. It was caught In a snowdrift near Cortland , where it bucked the snow for five hours nnd then did not get out until assistance arrived. The Burlington's three trains due nt noon were from three to five hours lat * and the Rock Island woa equally as bad oft. Inland. OMAHA. Neb. . Nov. 21. To the Editor of The Bee. Ancnt the Dreyfus case cellbre , will you please state wherein Devil's Is land Is located ? NAPOLEON I ) . SMITH. Devil's Island Is ono of three Islands on the coast of French Gulann. adjolnlns Hra- zll , South America , on the north. It Is a mere fiat-topped , rocky Islet , with a little j , sparse tropical greenery upon It. It is a part of the penal colony established by Prance In that region. I'mllofk Worker" ArrnlKiieil. DAKOTA CITY , Neb. . Nov. 22. ( Special. ) James Dell and James Carlton , who are confined In Jail here charged with deI ' I i fraudlng William Konlcker out of $26 by the i padlock game In Sioux City , were taken before - fore County Judge Ryan today for prelim- i Inary hearing. County Attorney Warner on ( behalf t of the stntc , asked for a continuance until the 25th Inst. , which was granted. The ] Iowa ofllclals by that tlmo expect to have requlslt on papers nnd convey thu graft ers to Sioux City. AurleiiltnrlxlN llnlil ScNliin. CENTRAL CITY , Neb. , Nov. 22. ( Spe cial. ) At n meeting of the stock holders of the Merrlck County Agricultural society , held here today , the following officers were Iccted : President , S. L. Wiser ; vice prcs- dent , Charles Woostcr ; secretary , H. V , 'eraons ; treasurer , W. C. Kerr ; suporln- endent , N. Wlthrow. The meeting ad- ourntil to December S , at which time Inf late for holding the 1890 fair will be fixed. Ilnrlnl of ( ienernl lluell. ST. LOUIS. Nov. 22. The body of General Don Carlos , Bucll , retired , U. S. A. , iho died n Loul'ivlllo , reached here today end Is ylng In state In St. Francis Xavlcr'n church , where many people took a lafct ook at the dead officer. At the funeral to morrow morning six olllcers of the Twelfth Jriitcd States Infantry from Jclferson Bar racks will net as honorary pallbearers and si Ix sergeants from the snme regiment will b )0 ) < active pnllbenrcrs. The Interment will t > o < In Bvllfontnlno cemetery. Dedicate Opera Uouno. LtiIGH , Neb. , Nov. 22. ( Special. ) The new opera house , erected by the local Odd "cllow-3 lodge , will bo opened Wednesday evening with n grand ball. . The house Is n two-story building , IOxSO ! fcot , with com- nodlous lodge rooms above nnd a hall below with seating capacity for 400. Cattle I.oxt In tin * Storm. CLARKS , Neb. . Nov. 22. ( Special. ) Oll- ? on nnd Grltkln lost about 100 head of cattle In yesterday's storm. They were stnmpcdod and went with the storm , many Into the I'latte river , where they were smothered In the snow There were 11,000 head stam- ledcd. Win * Honor * . WYMORE , Neb. , Nov. 22. ( Sptclal. ) The people of this city nnd especially the teach ers and pupils of the public schools are highly elated over the fact that Gage county secured the gold medal for Its educational exhibit nt the TransmlssUslppl Exposition. \ew School < > | icnn. WYMORE , Neb. . Nov. 22. ( Special. ) Thft $6,000 addition to the Central school building In this city IH almost completed and school , which was dismissed this week In order that the heating apparatus hlght be put In , will be resumed again next Monday. Sndilrn Hotnrn. GENEVA. Neb. , Nov. 22. ( Special. ) Private Bert Wight , ono of the recruits who left , lii the spring , arrived homo yes terday from Honolulu. He came In the bllrzard and surprised his parents , who had not known of his coming. Tire Denperniloen Oi orhnnleil. GENEVA. Neb. , Nov. 22. ( Special. ) The celebrated bank robbers , Rush and Lovcjoy , who broke Jail hero over two weeks ago , hnve been captured In Illinois and the sheriff left today for Champaign to Identify and brink them back. lloonevelt'N I'lnrnlHy. PENDER , Neb. , Nov. 18. To the Editor of The Bee. Gents , please state what Reese \ oil's plurality In the state of New York was ? READER. ( Ans. 17,770 , exclusive of the soldier vote. Cornlinnker Steal * llnror. DAKOTA CITY , Neb. , Nov. 22. ( Special. John Dugan , a cornhusker and stranger In this section , Is serving a ten days' sentenc In the county Jail for stealing a razor from the Hubhard barber shcp. VERY TIRED OF COMMISSIONS White Itlver l ) < c Iiiillnun Lnr Minor Comiilnlntii Iloforc Sec retary of the Interior. WASHINGTON , Nov. 22. A delegation o White River Ute Indians , who have been here several days , had a hearing before th secretary of the Interior today , at whlcli they voiced their grievances. They wer < accompanied by Commissioner of Indian Af fairs Jones and Indian Agent H. T. Mi ft on They submitted the matter of the lease o a large stretch of the gllsonlte lands In their reservation to the Raven Mining com pany and asked that the lease be approve by the secretary. They made a vlgorou protest against the sending of any mon government commissions to treat with them for the allotment of their lands , the cesslo of any portion ot their territory In trus to the United States or kindred matters They asserted very positively that what the wanted to do with their valuable lands wa to leaw > them for revenue-producing pur poses , and not to cede or otherwise dls pose of them. Secretary Bliss assure them of the government's Interest In them and said ho was glad they had told bin what they wanted , so ho could report 01 their wishes to congress. I'UOMOTION 0. . UUS FOIl THE NAV Ilenr Admiral Miller of the I'nclfl Station In Itetlreil. WASHINGTON , Nov. 22. Hear Admiral Joseph N. Miller , recently detached from command of the Pacific station , wns place" on the retired list today on account of age , The vacancy thus created In the hlghes grade of the navy will be filled by the promo tlon of Commodore H. L. Howlson , now com mandant at the Boston navy yard. Captal H. E. Picking will be advanced to the grad of commodore and other promotions will bi made all along the line. The naval orders today contain the an nouncement of Rear Admiral Francis N Bunce on the 25th prox. Admiral Bunc < Is commandant of the New York navy yard generally regarded as the mcst Importan shore command In the navy. Rear Admlra Gcorgo Dewey will bo the ranking officer 1 the navy upon the retirement of Admire Bunce next month. It Is understood . th president will recommend to congress th re-creating of admiral or vice admiral fo Admiral Dewey. Commander J. W. Philip now In temporary command of the Nort Atlantic station , Is mentioned as likely t receive the assignment to either the com mand of the New York navy yard or th Boston navy yard. IX LAWS KOIl PATENTS VltMvn Submitted to CoininlHKlo 1'nvor HftflNtorliiK Tr.'nlfinarl.n. WASHINGTON , Nov. 22. The governmen commission to examine Into the needs i reform In the patent and trademark la gave a hearing in this city today , at whlc reports of the Patent liar association o Washington gave Its views. Caveats wer urged to bo useless and this association fa vera doing away with them In the paten ofllce. The question of giving foreigners priority from the date of application for foreign pat ents was taken up and it was urged that such priority seemed to bo required by the terms of the t'arls International patent treaty. Foreign applications for patents. It was.contended by several , should bo given substantially tha same weight ag domestic ones and they should show practical com pletion of the Invention at the time or filing. The views submitted also favored the reg- iatratlon of collective trademarks. I'liNtniiiiilerM Appointed , WASHINGTON , Nov. 22. ( Special Tele gram' . ) Postmasters appointed : Nebraska -Harry J. Coaper , at Larston , Otoe county , vlco T. R. Whltaker , resigned. Iowa C. M. ' Dakc , Emery , Cerro Gordo county ; C. K. Mertt , Gray. Audubon county ; Omcr II. Welsher , Star , Marlon county. South Dakota iAbraham L. Fuller , Crecu Mount , Law- , rencj county. ntn IMPII r\Ti\n I\T i PIIPPA BIG rIGIIT ENDS IN A MASCO Tom Sharkoy Gets the Decision Over Oorbett on a Font , REFEREE KELLY DECLARES ALL BETS OFF Artrr Muc Itouniln ( it I'nnt I'lMlcurfu Cnrltctt'fl Second Apparently n 'Molt" nnd ( lie Scrnp U Oir. NEW YORK. Nov. 22. The Shnrkcy-Cor- bott fight , which was witnessed by the larg est and most representative gathering of sporting men that ever congregated to see n ring contest , ended In a most disgraceful llasco tonight nt the Lenpx Athletic club. Corbett hnd nil the worst of the encoun ter , when ono of his seconds , "Connie" Mc- Vey , jumped Into the ring , appealing to the referee , thus violating the rules , nnd Referee "Honest John" Kelly had no alter native but to disqualify Corbett and award the 'bout ' to Shurkcy. McVey's Interference was absolutely In excusable and the referee , believing that there was a "Job" In McVey's action , took it on himself to declare all bets off. Ueforo Kelly could do so many of these who had bet on Corbett and they were legion appealed to the referee to take such action , whllo Sharkeyltca shouted against such In- torfercnco on Kelly's 'part and protested that he had no authority to declare the bets off. However , the referee's worlc went with the majority and consequently all money paid on wagers will be refunded. It was an unfortunate and abrupt ending to what promised to he a most Interesting fight. For weeks both Corbett and Sharkey had trained faithfully for the contest , and when they stripped they both showed to be In good condition. Sharkey was very con fident of success , and the manner In which ho acquitted himself while the round lasted showed plainly that his confidence was founded on good grounds. Those who be lieved Sharkey could not fight fairly changed their opinion after the battle bad proceeded ono round. On the other hand , Corbett hit the sailor on the body rather low , and Sharkey's seconds piotcstcd. Sharkey's quickness was astonishing from the first. In the second rouud there were wild yells from the admirers of the Irish man , when he floored Corbett with a right swing on the head , preceded by a powerful blow on thn head. Sharkey Is a fighter and a clover onei at that and his work tonight stamps him beyond all doubt as being second end only to FItzslmmons. Sliurkey Hnd Advantage. From the second to the eighth round Sharkey held a decided advantage. In the ninth round , which was BS productive of disappointments , and unlooked-for incidents , Corhctt seemed to bo stronger than at any time during the fight , but It was evident that ho was slowly hut surely fading under Sharkey's onslaughts. It was two to oue on Sharkey after the second round and had not McVey acted as ho did there Is very llttlu doubt that Sharkey would have won handily. Some ot the most prominent hankers , brokers , lawyers , doctors and busi ness men In this and other cities were pres ent during the mill and not one of them could see any reason for Interference by McVey. The general belief is that McVey acted from some unexplained motive and some persons said he jumped into the ring to prevent Corbett going under. When Mc- iV'ey 'thrust ' his legs through tbo ropes the referee evidently would not look In that di rection , but continued to pay close attention to the fighters , who were mixing It in the center of the ring. Inspector McLiughlln caught hold of McVey to pUlfhlm out again , but the latter wa evidently more than anx ious that Kelly should see him. In this he 'was successful , but not before half the people In the room had yelled to Kelly to dlsquaJlfy Corbcbt. When the big Callfornlan realized what had been done ho was furious with passion and rushed at McVey. Had he caught the latter there Is no telling what Corbett would have done in bis frenzy , but the police were on hand and rushed between the men , thus avoiding a scene which would have added to the disgraceful exhibition. Just what effect the untimely incident will have on boxing In this vicinity In the future cannot well he gauged , but that it will in jure pugilism in this city Is beyond ques tion. tion.A A clcso eatlmato placed the attendance tonight at 9,000 and It Is now learned that the receipts exceeded $45,000. liy ItonndN. Round One The men fiddled for several seconds and Jim mndei a left lead for the head. Tom responded with left nnd right in the same spot. Corbett led again. Tom responded with n left ewing tor the head , which landed. Shnrkey ripped in left nnd right for the body with some effect. Ho kept forcing Jim Into the vari ous corners , punching with right nnd left on the body , which seemed to be his ob jective point. Jim feinted nnd tried to draw hla man on. Sharkey was always ready with his left jab and right swing , which Invariably landed on the body. Corbett failed to show any of the great cleverness with which he has been credited. The round ended with Kharkov at his man. Hound Two Corbett , with the left , lightly landed. Then there was nn exchange of lefts nnd rights on the head in which Sharkey showed the advantage. Jim kept trying to push IIH ! It.ft . Into Tom's face anil I the sailor would come right back with a fwlnir for the body. Ho was Inclined to be a trlflo wild and was frequently cautioned by O'ltourke , his chief second. Tom put out a Htralght right on Jim's nose , which : noemed to brlnjr the blood to that member. Sharkey put In n rlghthand smash on the jaw , which sent Corbett down. He at tempted to repent the dose , but was foiled 1 , as Jim clinched. The round closed with Tom all over his man , Ilouiiu Three Corbett Ind with his right for the body , landing. Sharkey res ] > ondc < l In kind. Jim reached the body several I t'm ? but Tom cam * right buck with lefts for the head. A right on the body stag gered him. Shnrkey whipped over a tre- mi-ndous rlghthand smash on the Jaw. The sailor's loads wore Ineffective , his counters being the blows which cut the llguro. Corbett kept Jabbing lightly lur the head and Sharkey came right back at him with right smashes on the wind. Round Four The sailor was right after hl man and essayed lefts and rights for the head , InndliiK each time. Corbott cllnrhfid and art ' d entirely on the de fensive. Corbolt'led loft for the head , land ing on the neck , nnd Sharkoy sent back with n. hard right on the body. Portion then began to do some punching and jabbed his mnn at will , but at long r.uigei , but Tom always had a counter ready. C'orbett repeatedly icd his left and damaged Shnrkey's face considerably. The Bailer chasrd his opponent into the tatter's corner and received a series of Jabs for his action. Round Five Corbett started right off with a left Jab on the face nnd was ap parently attempting to fool with his man Sharkfy , however , was not In a playful mood nnd brought his right hand over with force enough to make Jim wlnre. Jim hooked his loft rather low on Tom's body and lifted Sharkey off his feet with his shoulders Corbett appeared t" bo a trill i wcnry nnd his blows In.-kcd ctc.im , when an there wns a world of force behind Slmrkey'H blows. Hound SlCorbett led for th" head with hi * loft , landing , but Sharkey was riuht after him llko a whirlwind. Tom start d In to mix H up and whipped In some corkera on the body. Corbett retaliated with llko light Jabs on the face nnd fairly forct/ul blows on the- body nnd midway through the round there was n rattling mlxtip , both cxelmtiKlmr lefts nnd rlshN on the head and body , with the Bailer hav ing a shade the better of It. There wrre. cries of "foul , foul , " wh.n Corbett hit Itli man In a breakaway , which the referee had not called. The men were clinched ut the boll , after participating in n very Taut mlxut. Hound Savon Sharkey ran across the ring and planted his left nnd right on the head. Corbett clinching. Corbett acted on ' the defensive ) and seemed unableto with- stiind Sharkcy's rushes. The. latter whipped In a beautiful left hook on the wind nnd ' followed It up with n right on the Jaw. I The sailor kept doing all the work and w.is always ready to mix It up on the slightest provocation. He alternately throw ov r left nnd right on head and body , occasion ally changing to left hooks on the wind , which wire slowly but surely attcmllmr to Corbott's case. It Is Sharkcy'H light. The IMCO wns ttrrlflc. - It mud iicht : Shnrkey wna first to lead , muling a left chop on the neck They clinched frequently and the referee was kept hupy separating tlwm. Tom tried a left chop blow , which fell rhort , nnd Jim Jabbed his left hard on the nose. Sharkey punt a right strrlKht to the face , which miidn JlmN head rock , but Jim was ready \\lth a left hook which grazed Shnikay 4 tacc. Hutu men fought fa t. cllnchliiK re- poatedly. Jim hooked his right hard on Tom's jaw. half dazing him lie quickly recuperated and went back at his mini wl'i hnmfpr and 'onsa . . . . Hound Nine Corbett landed with his left. Tom went right back at the same moment. Clinches were frequent nnd the men re fused to break together. Corbett struck Tom rather low on the body and the sailor appealed to the referee. Corbott shoved Tom from him and sold , "Oh. you go awav. ! " The men were In the center mu- Inff it nt n lively rate. At this moment , for some unaccountable reason , Mccy , one or Corbott's seconds , Jumped through the ropes , protesting that Kharkov had done scmethltiK wrong to Corbett. The moment McVey climbed throilvth the ropes Police Inspector McLaughltn KrnbbPd hold of him. while the crowd frantlnilly yelled "Foul , " "Foul , " "Corbett lojos , " "Look ut hi' second In the rlnp. " t > , .froe Kelly seemed to pay no attention to the mutter , but kept looklni ? at the llshU'is. who continued their aggressive work. McVey tried to pull nway from the Inspector , while th" spectators kept yelling nt the referee , who finally separated the Iliflifrs and ordered them to their corners. Corbett seemed not to understand why the referee should Interfere and protested , wit Kelly was obdurate and stopped It Menu- while the spectators stood up and yelled that bets "hotild be declared off. as they believed MeVcy committed the breach of rlntr rules prcmedltatedly It looked for a while as If a riot would ensue , but as fuon as the referee declared Sharkey the winner on the technicality he announced all bets off. as McVey's action was undoubtedly prearranged. As upon as this announce ment was made the spectators took their seats and waited the departure of the men. IlnfTnlo Miiy Succeed SI. .Toe. MILWAUKEE. Nov. 22. The Dally News today says that Buffalo will take the place of St. Jo epb , Mo. . In the Western league. Mr. Kllllle.i , president of the Milwaukee base ball tenm , says that lluffalo has come to terms as to franchise , etc. , und at a meeting to be held In this city tomorrow of Western 1'apue magnates the formal transfer will be made. At the same meet ing a new Hoard of Directors for the en- Hiilnir year will ulso be named. The schedule committee will talk over pre liminaries Incld nt to the meeting , next February , when that matter will bo taken up and completed. t Cornell Hellene * the Scene. PHILADELPHIA , Nov. 22. The Cornell foot ball eleven , accompanl'd by half H dozen substitutes , trainers nnd coaches , nr- rlved In this city today from Ithacn. The train will remain at Wayne , a suburb of Philadelphia , till Thursday morning , when It will come Into the city. This afternoon will he devoted to light practice nnd slRnnl ? . It was stated today that Mor- rl on , the only llrst-clnbs available sub stitute for Captain Whiting , will not be nble to go Into the game on Thanksgiving day , In case of nn Injury to the captain. MnekenfiiHN In ) * lneed. ST. LOUIS , Nov. 22. H. Stewart Mucken- fuss. president and rjcclvpr of the St. Louis Browns , has been removed from the former nosltloh by a majority of the Board of Directors , This Is a remit of the coming In contact with Chris Von der Aho , the owner nnd former president. An effort Is also being made to remove Muckenfuss from the receivership of the club. VlKllnnclii Hem-lien Mnnlln. WASHINGTON , Nov. 22. Adjutant General - oral Corbln received a cable message from General Otis at Manila , announcing the ar rival of the transport Vigllancla with al well on board. This steamship sailed from San Francisco October 19 with the following troops on board : Companies F , G , H and I First Washington volunteers , and Uatterle A and D. First battalion , California heav > artillery , all under command of Colone Whalley of the First Washington volun teers. The department ofllclals arc very much gratified that the long trip across th Pacific was made by this expedition wlthou a casualty of any kind. TODAY'S ' WEATHER FORECAST Snme IIIH for Elstht AVentcrn State Announced liy the General Prophet. WASHINGTON , Nov. 22. Forecast fo Wednesday : For Nebrr.ska , Montana , Wyoming. Iowa MlSEOUrl , North Dakc'ta , South Dakota an Kansas Fair ; rising temperature ; varlabl winds. Local Ilecord. OFFICE ! OF THE WEATHER BUREAU OMAHA , Nov. 22. Omaha record of tern 1/erature and rainfall compared with th corresponding day of the last three jears ' 1S98. 1897. 1S96. 189C Maximum temperature . .15 31 33 2 ! Minimum temperature . . . 1 19 12 1 Average temp.'rnture . . . . 7 26 22 ' . Rainfall 22 .00 .00 ' Record of temperature nnd preclpltatlo at Omaha for this day and since March 1 Normal for the day ' I Deficiency for the dny 1 ! Accumulated excess since , March 1 2f , Normal rainfall for the day 03 Inc i Excess for the day 19 Inc Total rainfall srlnce March 1 2fi. 10 Inche I Deficiency since March 1 2.Mi Inche Deficiency corresp'B period 1897..11.SO Inche Excess corresp'p period 1S9G 4.0SJiiche from StntlniiH at H p. in TATION3 AND STATE 09 WEATHEn. : 3 Omaha , clear si in i , n North I'latte , part cloudy HI is .0 Salt Lake , cloudy 31 ! : jr Cheyenne , clear 221 30 Rapid City , clear 21 6 Huron , cloudy 2 10 Chicago , part cloudy 14 | Ifi St. Louis , clear 2 | 28 | St. I'nul , clear S | 12 | Davenport , part cloudy 12 , 11 | Helena , cloudy 12 ! 10 Kansas City , part cloudy 16 , Havre , cloudy 8 S Bismarck , clear ,00 | C Gnlvonon , clear 4S | 48 T Indicates trnco of precipitation. L. A. WELSH. Local Forecast Ofllclal. + 0 Latest News From Devil's Island , f The Special Envoy of the Paris Matin , In his detailed report. ( Oct. 2Sth. 1S9S ) . 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' ) Men and Merchants in the city WHEN ALL OTHERS FAIL lemembnr the wonderfully successful specialism and treatment of this Institute com- -J1 SirU1' two greatest fuciors ot the nealln ? art known to the miul.cal profession LLECTRICITV mid MKDIC'INi ; , It Is the West , most thoroughly un.l complftfly quipped Institute , hot1 ! olontrlcally uud medically , ever cHlnbllshed In the West or the treatment nnd iibaolutr euro of all nervous , chronic and private diseases of MEN and WOMEN Honorable ami fair drallnc accorded to all. f- SPECIALISTS for DISEASES of MEN SPECIALISTS for DISEASES of WOMEN The great electrical nnd medical speciallatft or this institute are far the beat , molt successful nnd scientific the world has ever known , all of whom are graduate * of the U3t midlcal colleges In the world , each having had lung and suc cessful practice In his speu.itlty , and are achieving results In curing thi nick and suffering by their combined Klectio-Medlcul treatment , which would bo Im- posilbln 'o secure by either electrical or medical treatment alone. The State Klectro- Medical Institute In the ONLY PLACE when- you can obtain the , btnettts of thli Muccercsful treatment under the moi't skillful and .oaried specialists. DI ! A3SUHKD Jthat If any power on earth can cure you these , doctors can. They have effected com plete and permanent cures nftcr all othern had failed. Borne doctors fall bocauie ef treatlnc the wronz disease ; others from not knowing th * right treatment. IIEKE AND A perfact euro guaranteed in all cases accepted. Our special combined El > E < % TRO-MEplCAL TREATMENT for NERVOUS DEBILITY never falls. YOUNG , MID- DLE-AOED AND OLD MEN. Lost Manhood. Thd awful effects of Indiscretion ! la youth , self-pollution or excesses In after life , and the effect ! of teglctcd or Improper' ly treated cuses. producing Inok of vitality. SEXUAL WEAKNESS , undeveloped , nhrunken.parts , pain In b.ick , Inina or kidneys , chest palnn , nervousness , sleeplessness o - ness , weaKiiefB of body and br&ln , dizzlnoss. falling memory , lack of energy and confidence , despondency , evil foreboding ! , timidity and other dlntrcsalnp nymptoms , unfitting ona for biiilness. Btudy , pleasure and enjoyment of life. ( Such can en If ntglectetl. almost alway * lead to premature Array and death. RUPTURE. VAIUCOCELR. HTlnOC LE. SWELLINC18 , TENDERNESS , DIB. CHAROES. STR1CTUUI23 KIDNIJY AND UKINAHY DISEASEy , SMALL.VEAK AND SHRUNKEN PAItT& . ALL 1JLOOD. BKlN AND PRIVATE DISEASES , liblo * lutely cured by this treatment , after all other means have failed. DISEASES OF WOMEN. The combined Electro-Medical Treatment of the. 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