THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: BATUKDAT, 'ATOIL IB. IH04.
PITTSBURG WINS ATST. LOUIS
Hom Team Outhiti Visitor?, but Fail te
Hate Work 0 tint-
SEVEN THOUSAND PEOPLE SEE THE GAME
Other Games In the atlonnl f.eagae
trie Which Interested Spee.
talors In Varloas titles
ST. LOUIS. April 15.-nttburg and the
Bt. I.oula team opened th National league
season- here today, and although the
weather tai cold and raw, the attndanoe
waa about 7.0UO. Th home teum outhlt
the visitors, but failed to make their hits
count and were defeated, 4 to 5. The score:
a moo, cf...
11 II O A E
0 14 6 1
II H O. a K
Beaumont, ct I
Clark. If 1
L n. Jb...
I 1 1
I t 1
t I t
Tot. la 4 II H II a Total! 4 10 CT II I
St. Louis 0 10 110 8 1 e4
Pittsburg 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 0-5
Earned runs; St I.otils, 2: Pittsburg. 1.
Two-base hits: Farrell, Hr.l::v, Shay,
Hmonl. Three-bane hit: Ttraumont. "icrl
floe hlta: Hhnn'.n, Hlthey. Double piny:
Phay to Farrell to Hr.k.ley, I'lillllpl to
Kllohey to HranafleM. stolen has?: Hhny.
Basa on balla: Off Tavlor. 1. Klruck out:
By Phllllpl. 1; by Tavlor, 4. Left on liaeen
Bt. 1uIh, 8; Pittsburg, 4. Time: 1:40. Um
pire: O Day.
Ooitoa Wins by Hard Hitting.
PHILADELPHIA. Arrll lo.-Boston won
toils v a came from Pnii8flphla by hurd
hitting In the first Inning. Plltlnger
pitched a fine came. liuuiii waa put nut
tit the game for disputing with I'mplie
Moran. Weather cold. Altendctnce, l!,2xa.
Connall, rf. .. 0
Tr.ny. tb... 1
Iwlehanty, lb t
lool.y. If 1
KaymtT. Sb.. 1
Glr, rf.....'. 1
Mnran. c 0
rilllligM, p.. 4
R.H.O A.B l
0 Thr.nta. rf. ..0 1
0 Olraann. Jh. . II 0
0 WoUfrt n, Sb 4 1
0 Ulna, rf
0 J. Harry. If.. 4
(j Itotiglaa. lb. . 4
Htiliwltt, aa. 4
u poolu, r...., . 4
i) aiarr-hall, c. . 0
- T Harry. D. . u
Total! 4 II II 11 Brack r'g., p 4
Total! 4 I II 14 I
Boaton 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-4
Philadelphia 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 01
Karned rtina: Boaton, 2. Two-base hlis:
Tenney, Connolly, Abhatlchlo, Titus :!.
Stolen bases: 'Jenny. De.enanty, riuymer,
Geler, Moran. Double play: Knymer to
Tenny. Left on tst: Koalon, 8; pi.lladel
phla, 6. Klrat baae on Inula: Oft t arry. 1;
oft Rrackenrlrlge, 4. Hit by pitcher: By
Plttlnger, 1; by Brack ni lag. 1. Htu k
out: Fly Plttlnier, B; by T. Barry, 1; by
Brackenrldge, 2. Time, 1:55. I'hptre, Murau.
Ten Innlnga In Cincinnati.
CINCINNATI. April 15 lMrkness put hn
end to the Clnrlnnati-Chiruaro a a mo today
after ten Innings had been played without
a decision being; readied. terrors figured
larnely In the run-getting of both teams.
Proapectlve encounters between the two
team over the alleged Intentional Injuring
of HugRlns by Ever and the subacivieiil
upaet of Ever by Dolan got no further
than words. Neither man was sufficiently
hurt to discontinue In the game. Attend
ance, I.hoii. score;
CINCINNATI. 1 CHICAGO.
' ' H HO A U.I R.H O A E
Huatlna, lb.. 1 114 1 Ulatla, rf...,l 4 14 4
4 Caarr. lb. ... 4
1 f'han.a. lb... 1
4 McCarthy, If. 4
4 Tlnkar, aa.... 1
I'Jnnaa, rf 1
4 Evtra, lb 4
0'Kllna. e 1
1 Loirldoa, p.. (
Petmour. rf.. 1
ttvDlla, If.... 1
Dolan, rf, ., . 1
Kallay. lb.... 1
Btalnfalat, lb 4
Cnrcoran, as.. 4
Kallum. p.... 4'
Totals I 1 10 11 4' Total! 4 4 10 IT 1
Cincinnati .4 000000100-5
Chicago 0 0 1 2 0 1 0 0 1 0-6
Earned runs: Cincinnati. 1: Chlcas-o. i.
Two-base hit: Kllng. Three-base hit:
Jones. Sacrifice hlta: Corrldon, Jones.
Stolen bases: Kiln. Kellv. Chance. Huir-
glns. Double play: Tinker to Evers to
Chance. First Daae on balls: Off Kellum,
t; off Corrldon, 4. Hit by pitched ball: By
Kellum, 1. Struck out: By Kellum, B; by
Vornoon, r. Mama: nenum, i. wiidpitcn:
, Kellum. Time; 2:10. Umpire; Johnstone.
Brooklyn Defeated at Xcnr York.
NEW YORK. April 15. Brooklyn met de
feat for the second time at the hnnda of
the New York team today In Brooklyn
The locals were out-batted, hut the New
Vorka supported thoir pitcher In better
style. Merles' home run hit over the right
field fence and a one-banded catch by H.
McCormlck of a liner from Sheckard's bat
Vara the features. Attendance, 1.0U0. Score:
4 NKW YORK. BROOKLYN.
R.H O A. E
Strati, ib....O l o
1,0'inv, Kb it 0 0
Shackard, If. .4 4 1
l.umlfiy, rf...,4 1 I
Pobba, cf 4 0 t
llabb. aa 4 I I
k-l, lb A in
M.McC'oVk. Kbl 1 4
Ucrgrn, c 1 0 4
Trunin, p 4 I 1
R M O A R
Drown, rf.,,.4 4 14 4
JVTlln. Ib....l 4 110
MiUana, lb. ..4 14 10
flrta. If 1 110 0
M-C'm k, til I t t
'him, aa....l 0 4 10
tllllwrt, lb.. ..4 1111
aVarnnr, C....I a 4 n
I4iblnnlly, p.O I I 0
v Tc.uli t 4 IT II 1
' I Total! I T IT 10 4
New York o 0 0 1 Z 0 0 0 li
Brooklyn 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 01
V Left on bases: New York, 6: Brooklyn. (I.
first base on errors: New York, S: Brook
lyn. 1. Two-haae hits: Babb. M. McCor
trtlck (2). Home run: Mertes. Stolen
baaea: Browne. McOann, H. McCormlck,
Slieckard, Bergen. Sacrifice hits: Warner,
McOlnnlty. Klrat base on balla: Off Mr
Olnnlly, 2; off Cronln. a. Hit by pitched
uau: ny jncuinnity, 1. BirufK out: By
incitiiiiuiy, o; oy Trunin,
taadlna; of the Teams
Played. Won. Lost. P. C
out three hits, and 1 f th ahoriglne
clattered -over the piste.
Morae, the Comhuaker pitcher, waa an
enigma thereafter and the Indiana rould
not connect with his emrvea, the only re
maining run being a gift. The paleface
began to hew down the Indiana' lead after
the fourth Inning, and In the eighth a
batting rally, assisted by two errors by
the aborlglnea netted the Cornhuakers
al runs. In which a triple by Bteen and a
home run by Captain Toanend were the
features. The scors:
Nebraska t 1 1 -W
Indians 101000000 .4
Battertea: Nebraska. Morae and Bender;
Indians, Snow and Taberekeahlck.
TIE OA MB PLAYED AT WASHISGTO
Darkness End the ktraggla In the
WASHINGTON. April lS.-Darkness put
an end tn today's arum bstween Philadel
phia and Washington at the end of the
tenth Innlnat with the arore a tie. The vis
itors made a good start In the first Inning,
but the locals played a strong up-hill game
and took the lead In the eighth. Philadel
phia tied the score In the ninth on a bae
cm balls, an error and a single. Attend
ance, 1,100. Score:
WASHINGTON l PHILADELPHIA.
R H O A K I R.H.O.A.B
Mnran, aa. . . . 1
i ouMln, lb. 4
Selhach. II... 1
Si ah I. lb 1
MrfSVa, lb. 4 1
1 hoier. rf. .. 1 1 4
Hoffman. cf.t 1
Klttrldga, c. 1
Patten, p 4
1 01 Hartirl. If... 1
1 0 Pickering, rf 1
0 0 Darla, lb 1
I II t lit Crose. lb.
4 1 seybnld, rf . .
1 01 Murrhr, tb.
4 ti M. Crosa, aa.
1 4Poara. e...
I 1 Healajr, p...
Totala 4 10 to 11 t Totals 4 It 44 4 4
WanhliiKton 0 00400010 0-4
Philadelphia 4 00100001 0-41
Karned runs: Washington. 4; Philadel
phia. 4. Two-base hits: Hoffman, Seybold.
Ihrne-base hit: Dala. Stolen bases: hei
bat h. Siahl. Murphy, Powers, Henley. Sac
rifice nil: M. i rose, uounie play: powers
to M. Cross, Base on balls: Off Patten. 2:
off Henley, 2. Hit by pitched ball: Stshl, S;
MccormicK, z. struck out: By patten. t;
by Henley. 4. Left on baeiy.: Washing. on.
3; Philadelphia, . Time: 1:66. Umpire Con-
Boston Takes second.
NEW YORK. Anrll 15-Boston defeated
New York in the second game of the sea
Son. Powell was hit for three three-hag-gers
and two doubles. Manager Griffith
was sent to the bench from the coachlntf
line. Attendance, ii,12. Score:
BOSTON.- I MW YORK.
R H O. A t. I R.H.O.A.E.
rnual-ertr. Il l 114 0 Conror. lb....O 0 10 4
1 raits, cr ilia
4 4 Kraler, rf 1 14 0 4
0 0 nherrrlrl. U..4 4 1 1 9
I I Vniflasb, lh..-0. 0 10 4
4 0 Arrlmon, If. .0 0 1 0 4
I 1 Williams. 2b. .0 1 1 1 V
4 S Ganial. lb....O 1 4 0 0
6 l MrOuIr. 0....C 0 11 4 0
. pnsrall, p 0 1 S I S
.4 4 17 II i BeTlll 4 4 0 4 0
rarent, aa 0
Lacaaaca. lb. 4 1 14
rrrti, 1O.....0 1 a
Tota la 1 in 4 4
Hatted for Powell In ninth
Ponton 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 04
New York 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0-1
First huse on errors: New York. 2. Left
on baees: Boston, S; New York, 8. First
base on balls: Off llbson, 4; off Powell. 2.
Struck out: By Uibson. 4; by Powell. .
Threo-bnse hlta: Dougherty, Stahl. Free
men, Ferris. Two-base hits: Freeman,
Farrell. Sacrifice hits: Collins. Ferris.
Double plays: Fults to McOulre. Parent to
i' erris. r areni to r erns to lacnance. no
pitches: Gibson, Powell. Time: 2:00. Um
pires: Dwyer and Carpenter.
Standing of the Tcama.
Played. Won. Lost. P. C.
Cleveland 110 1 000
Detroit 110 1W)
Philadelphia 110 1.000
New York 2 11 .600
Boston ..J 1 1 .600
Chicago 1 0 '1 .000
St. Louis 10 1 .(KM
Washington 10 1 .000
Games today: Detroit at St. Ixiuls; Cleve
land at Chicago, Philadelphia at Washing
Ion, Boston at New York.
THREE GAMES WITH ST. JOSEPH
Omaha Will Entertain Train Robbers
Sonday, Monday and Tuesday.
Perclval Chamberlain of fit, Joe, Mo.,
will load his young men on the train at
the Francia street station this evening and
bring them to Omaha for the purpose of
engaging In a contest with the Kourko
family at Vinton Street park on Sunday
afternoon. Perclval thinks he has a right
likely lot of ball tossers, and la Just a
trifle anxious to tako a fall out of Papa
Bill before the season opens. In order that
the old warrior may be prepared for a
visit to Missouri. And Papa BUI la of the
opinion that when Perclval gets ready to
start for Missouri again, which will be
on Tuesday evening, that he will be will
ing to spell his name aa Wagner spelled
It. Three games will be played, Sunday,
Monday and Tuesday, play being called
each day at 2:30 o'clock. The makeup of
the team la:
St. Joe. Positions. Omaha.
Kemrrer First base Thomas
Webster Second base Downs
Koderlck Third baae Bchlpka
McHride Shortstop '.. Dolan
lit men Left field Miller
Hurtmun Center held Welch
Laxotte Right field Carter
McConnell Catch Gondlng
usrvin catch r recse
Man pin Pitch Leibhardt
Clnnn Pitch Shafstall
Delhi Pitch Companion
Fuhl Pitch McCarthy
Lehmnnn -V 1M X
Totals 3S5 344 49 1.07S
Hodzes 1W 17 U 644
Zimmerman 2M ITS 14 &
Totals 401 tm "stii l.iol
I j. J. Schneider 15 13 114 &J
Gilchrist 37 1 147
Totals 392 372 331 1 .
Chandler 164 1M 145 4.
Gideon 170 llfl 1W 61S
Totals IS "S02 "327 9&3
Clar 17 iL'4 ?0S W'J
Banks 1S4 4 loir
Totals 3M Ut "S5 MM
1st. Id. Id Total.
Demla 1S2 210 i33 6i5
Mockett 1H0 211 "4
Blake Ho 155 1M 44
Sheldon 159 171 147 4;7
Zarp 1H9 22 I'lM 0"1
l-ehmann 184 l&H 170 612
Hodges. 17.! 1M ' 147 47
Beselln 151 147 151 4ti
Berger 13 m K9 614
Castor 1V 145 i: 43
EVETS OS THE HI NMU TRACKS
Large Attendance nt Opening; of the
Racing; nt St. Lonls.
ST. LOUIS. April 15.-A large attendance
witnessed the opening of the local racing
seaxon here today at the fair grounds,
where the races originally Intended to be
run over the Klnloch track were held. The
feature of the card was the fourth rate,
the Klnloch Inaugural, at a mile, for 3-year-olds
and upwards. Ten horses went to
the post In this event. Results:
First race, four furlongs. 2-year-olds,
purse: Broom Handle won. Major Outlook
second. Platoon third. Time: 0;6o.
Second race, seven furlongs: irlsh Jewel
won, Duelist second, Lingo third. Time:
Third racee. five and a half furlongs,
selling: Sharp Bird won, our LHile tecond,
Sid Silver third. Time: LOPty
Fourth rsce. the Klnloch Inaugural, one
mile, handicap: Sambo won. Fatalist fcec
ond. Paul Whaley third. Time: 1:42.
Fifth race, one mile and a sixteenth gell
ing: Semper Vlvax won, Flora Bright sec
ond. Mllklrk third. Time: 1 : 51 V4 .
Sixth race, six furlongs: .Charlie Thomp
son won. Claremont second. Emigre third.
NEW YORK. April IR.-Results:
First race. Ave furlongs, selling: San
Nicholas won, Shady Lad secund, Julia M
third. Time: 1:02.
Second race, half mile: NlbMck won, Blftn
drv second. Tommy Waddell third. Time:
Third race, selling, seven furlongs- All
Gold won, Neptunas second, Wreath of
Ivv third. Time: 1:59.
Fourth race, Carter indlcsn, seven fur
lonpa: Peldame won. t'eter Paul second,
Wotnn third. Time: 1:27.
Fifth race selling, half mile: St. Bel
Isne won. Gold Ten second. Long Days
third. Time: 0:4IH.
Sixth race, six furlongs: John F won.
The Lsrtv Bohesta second. Andrew Mack
third Time: 1 :14t.
PAN FRANCTSCO. April 15. Resu'ta:
First race, mile and a quarter, stl Ing:
Oi'lt-o won. VClie Bawn second, Emil
third. Time: 1:4.'..
Second race, half mite, selling: Sileo won,
Tel Carina second, Plrella third. Time:
Third race, five and a half furlongs, ''1
Ing: Wager won Shellmount secil, 6tr
Preston third.. Time: l:nsu,.
Fourth race, one mile and seventy varrts,
sel'lng: Glenrlce won. O-ehan second, Vlrgle
COr third. Time: 1:464.
Fifth race. Futurity course, hirtnir-ap:
Don Domo won. Alwood second. Sad Sam
third. Time: 1:094,.
Sixth race, one mile and seventy yards,
selling: Ca-onal won. Forest King second.
Golden T.ie-ht third. Time: 1:45.
WASHINGTON. April 15.-Rerults:
First race, six furlonss, selling: Marco
"on. Ma'riam W second, Amorous third.
Second race, six furlongs: Cognomen won.
rt ev wood second, Lady lavish ..third. Time:
Third race, four and a half furlolTs;
Phllanthronlsf won, Bluebird second, vl
deila third. Time: 0:68.
Fourth race, one mile: Judge won, Farlv
Ttov second, Safety Light third. Time:
Fifth race, six furlongs: Boh McT.ein
won. Snnclum second, Australia third.
Sixth race one mile and seventy yards,
selling: Louisville won. Rpencerlan second,
Volto third. Time: 1:484.
WEATHER AGAINST TRADE
Hope that the Earir Lo iei Will Ba En
tire j Made Up.
DRY GOODS ARE STILL RESTRICTED
Labor Controversies Are Still an Ad
verse Factor, bat Progress Is
.oted In Other onrtere
f tb Market.
NEW YORK. April 15.-R. O. Dun Co. "a
weeaiy review of trade tomorrow will say;
Tardy spring Heather and unusually se
vere winter, makes it olincult to rentore
satisfactory trade conditions, but there Is
always hope that the eany losses may bs
made up 111 large measure. Dry goods ars
restricted and stocks In all positions from
proaucer to consumer are larger It an Is
desirable. Aside from the rotton sifctes, :
where Luslness la brisk, the week s dis
patches Indicate that early gains were
maintained. Labor controversies are silll
an adverse fnrtnr
Railway earnings In the first week or
April were 7 per cent smaller than last
year. .o oennite check to progress 111 un
iron and steel Industrv Is discerned, al
though It lacks uniformity. Insofar as
pressure for Immediate delivery is con
cerned, bar Iron and steel are most prom
inent, makers of agricultural Imp. amenta
being Importunate. Floods at the west
have made It Impossible to begin much
proposed structural work, while the ore
situation la unchanired.
Firmness and activity continue In tha
cnicago pacger hide marKei ana ioreign
dry hides are held steady, although quota
tions are unchanged In leather, yet some
Improvement Is noted.
In textile manufacturing there la no Im
provement. The upward tendency of col
ton goods has given place to a market dis
tinctly fuvorlng rurchasers. This Is usually
a dull tea son In men's wear and worsted
and the past week has proved no excep
tion. Wheat. Including flour, exports for the
week ending April 14 aggregate 1.213."
bushels, against 1.854,870 last week. 2.977.777
this week last year, t.lle.PW In 1W2 and
5.3iHt.217 In 1901. From July 1, 19 to date
they aggregate 119.050.1R9 bushels, against
J79.782.563 last seaaon, 202,280,652 In 19ir2 and
i63.3fiy.377 In 1901.
Corn exttorts for the week I Kgregate
683.3T9 turhels, against 1.12S.7 last week.
1 677.C1 s year sgo. 400,3 In 1902 and 2.13ft.-
41U in mn. .Tom Julv 1, i!a, to nate mey
aggregate 4V35.5S5 bushels, sgalnst 61,
fM.899 last stason. 23.526.787 In :92 and 149.-
S08.595 In 1901.
Business failures In the United States for
the week ending April 14 number 198,
r.gainst 2nl last wek. 120 In the like week
In 191.3. :93 In 1902 212 in 1901 and 111 In
;91. In Canada failures for the week num
ber 20, against 24 last week and 18 In this
week a year ago.
New Tork 2
Bt. Ltmls 1
Games todsy: Boston
fstw York at Brooklyn
Pittsburg at St.
J.oula, Chicago at Cincinnati
kEBRAgKAM WIN (HON ID1.KS
OU Cam Away at Start and Win
LINCOLN, April 15. tfipeclal Telegram.)
Nebraska University defeated the Ne
braaka Indiana, a eml professional org tn'
gallon, on the Cornhuskers' campus today,
the final score siandlng lu to 7. Nebraska
apparently give the gams away In tha
Ural Inning, tho Cornhu'kers bunching
three errors while the red men were lining
Blek Headache and relltM ('.1 Hi trouble lot
dent to a bllluss atai of tr.s srstna, turn aa Ita
ainasa, Kauaea, Vnswsuios, Ulllrsa! afla-r aaUag,
Palolathaal. Whll tbir aaaat rtuxaiay
btsauccsss ha! beca shova lu curing
Beadscb,;et carter'aLluls MT I'll la at as salt
vaJasbls la t'ouaupalluo, ert iag sua uivatiL
Ihi auaojtlaf conipla.nt, wuiislk.) also eomrct
all diaortjerl of the siorui :li. sripinlgie lh llvsr
ltd rcguiaia Ua bowsl. )ivm it 4U. oaly aurai
a eh I they would tKlu..wtprk;len t tboaewba
uft f rua tbis dlaueaatng cooipla'ul 1 bat rw ta
SaiaJy laslr gotMlusM do. a out u4l tiars, asd laoes
hooocs try theni will lod tbs iiitl lulls valu
able ia a manr waya tnat tbey will not be sriUlag
wac nitbiMit uism. Bat after all head
I tha baas of so many Urea that hire is aiw!
tnak our grant buM- Our 'Ula aura U wfciia
Umts do not.
Cartat'a Little Lire PKli are very tmtB aa4
very eaay to Uka. Oo or tare pilik auk's doe.
1 B art ttrtrtly vegetable and do gnp a
purgs, kutajF their gtnil actios pleaas UkO
Sias UMaa, la viaia at caata; lot tL &JiA
h drsgguaa ey , w seat by bmiL
CJLUT1S WEIHCINE CO
.. . Jltm Ytrh CltJI
Tecnmseh Walta for Indiana.
TECITM9EH. Neb.. Arjril IS tSDeclal.l
The Ttcumaeh base ball team Is getting
In shape to meet the Nebraska Indians
here next Wednesday. New suits have been
ordered for the club. They will be of good
material, cream In color, and the caps
trimmed In red. A big red "T" will be on
the bosom. The ten suits will cost )100.
INTEREST AMONG BOWLERS GROWS
There has been a good attendance at tha
state bowling contest and tb spectators
have been rewarded ty seeing some mi
work on the alleys. Tha bowung has been
high class from the start, but has bten
Improving with each day. Th content
concludes today There are still three five
men teams to bowl, about thirty Id the In
dividual and a few in the two-men team
At present Tracy and French are hlh.
with 1.1G7 In th two-men teams, and It
looks as though tbey would ba th win
ner. Zarp Is at present high man tn tha In
dividual contest, with Clti pin to his credit.
Following are yesterday a results:
Mrs. Maggie I nland.
HUMBOLDT, Neb., Aprl 15. (Special.)
Mrs. Maggie Boss-Unland died last evening
at her horns a few miles east of the city
after a severe illness lasting several weeks.
She was about 23 years of oge, the wife
of Arthur Unland, a young farmer. She
was a daughter of J. M. Boss and had been
raised from childhood In this section.
Funeral services will b conducted Sunday
from the German Methodist church 1n
this city, of which she has been a mem
ber for a long time.
Mrs. Jennie Wlrta.
Mrs. Jennie Wlrti died at 10:80 o'clock
Thursday night after a three weeks' Illness
of typhoid fever, at her residence, 1811
Chicago street. The remains have been
moved to the home of her parents, Mr,
and Mrs. J. E. House, 1823 Chicago street.
No funeral arrangements have as yet been
announced, as Mr. Wlrti la at present In
Washington, D. C.
Mrs. George Halhback.
W18NER, Neb., April 15. (Special.)
Mrs. George Halhback was burled yester
day. Rev. Oak of the Methodist Episcopal
church officiating, lvsnhoe castle. Royal
Highlanders, of which deceased waa a
member, turned out In a body and es
corted the remains from the residence to
J. J. Metsger.
SYRACUSE, Neb., April 15. .Special.)
J. J. Metsger, one of the oldest cltlsena
of this county, died here yesterday of
Bright disease. He leavea a vldow and
1 gs&smmjmm i
EHS ill P tfi m Q enn H 15 PI I
RJ BS HJ y Hi Hi eD 1 w" bid L fail H
TRADE STILL RFAIXS IRREGULAR
Cool Weather, High Water and Frosts
NEW YORK, April 15,-Bradstreet'a to
morrow will say:
Trsde Is still Irregular with unseasonably
cool weather the chief but not the only
drawback. In some sections, notably the
south and portions of the eaat and west,
brighter weather has helped trade and
rncldentslly crop preparations, but the poor
winter wheat crop outlook In th Ohio val
ley, very cool weather In the lake re
gions and lilgh water or frosts In the west
ern part of the cotton belt have affected
business or retarded spring planting. For
eign trade returns have seemed to favor
the manufacturing rather than the agri
Most Indications point to a smaller vol
ume of business than a ysar ngo, but it Is
tn he noted that while a slight decrease
may be shown in gross railway eirnlnga
for March, the first qusrter's earnings will
fall behind a year ago, showing that In
volume of products moved there Is little
difference from a year ago and that the
railroads have 10 far this year almost
held their own. The Industrial situation
has not been entirely favorable.
Iron and steel, coal, coke, camber and
naval stores Interests note either Increised
activity In production and "onsumptlon or
luproved demand from various rources, but
the cotton goods 'ndustry Is curtailing pro
duction steadily. There ta less activity In
shoe Tianufacturlng, due to the severe
winter weather curtailing cemand. Build
ing and other Industries are marred bv
labor troubles. The woolen goods demand
Is not up to expectatloro The strength
of a large r umber of staples, ruch as hides,
leather, iron and i-teel. cheese, tea, flour,
conper and lard Is a t. itleeable feature.
The r.umber of Markets reporting good
orders booked for future delivery Is large.
Collections show little or no improvement.
7ron Is rather quieter this week, leas
eagerness to obtain supplies of pigs at sev
eral markets being noted.
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I JOS Farnam St.. Bet 1.1th and 14th St.. Omaha, Neb.
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Sugar and Molasses.
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nominal: fair refining, 3c: centrifugal. 98
test. 3c; molasses sugar, 2c; refined,
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Molasses, nominal; open kettle, 2o!ij2So;
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saa TO sas
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April 23 to May I,
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8.25 PM THE OVERLAND LIMITED
MafalAe.nl anlld Sail? train to CMmro. OaBrarj
Bioot aud drawtne-toom alaeitta ears. Ilnrara, hofjat.
bibar, bath. Ulpti. dlatns oats asd ebaarraaloa
ears. Blaotri Usutad tkrougbouv.
8.00 AM THE ATLANTIC EXPRESS
?Tjltmat tonrtirt laMplug otvra amd txkachtat. DiaLa
ears mm from OUaton.
5.50 PM THE EASTERN EXPRESS
Pnlimaa drKriai rma ana tour! at i
fnaa nclinla 'bslr ears, bata ltbian
f4l f H nt i. a oars.
3 OTHER DAILY TRAINS
I I 30 AM Nortb-Vaal
i n pu
TaaaW , oar aau-fia bnaa-aa.
2 DAILY TRAINS
7 50 am ttoBitiei f jrior cv k
81 t DU rntioiaa akeplns rsra, baffat li'jnry
. I t II ear and t-ae rso lBKcl.ti. crs.
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anil itbrary cata soft irea-arua-
t cart 1 l liloaao. uinlc
Tbnrash aarrloa Omaha to Ck'rai
itata vianaara imy coaeaaa
aalr ears. IMaiasoara.
Fra sha'r rara te tneaa. FMllnai
pis ear rroot ame. to cox
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flk 111 To rranw.at, I.lnnola. tha.
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bod tBSIra Mean vatl- n nuimt r.
CITY TICKET OFFICE,
1401 and 1403 Farnam Street
I, KG At, OTltK.
NOTICE rX)R BIDS KOR STATE PRINT
ING. Bids will be received by the State Print
ing Board at the office of the Becretarv of
State at Lincoln, Nebraska, tin or before
2:30 o'clock p. m.. Monday, April 25, lli4.
for printing and rinding l.noo roptea each
of the biennial reports of tlie auditor and
commissioner of public. lands and build
ings, 16,000 statistical bulletins for labor
bureau, and mlscella neons blank books,
printing end stationery supplies for the
Girls Industrial school at Geneva, Sol
dlers' and Sailors' home nt Grand Island.
Insane hospital at Lincoln, attorney gen
eral, auditor, supreme court, treasurer,
adjutant general, superintendent of public
Instruction, secretory of state, game and
flnh commission, food commission, com
missioner of public lands and buildings.
Mate board of equalisation and labor bu
reau. Specifications inr same tan be f.-ind on
tie In the office of the D.cietary of Bfate.
All bids must be accompanied by a bond
e-.iuul In amount to the probable cost 01
the work bid upon. The board reserves
the right to reject ny and nil bids.
Lincoln. N. brnska. April 12. 1904.
BTATK PRINTING BOARD.
By IjOU. W. FRAZ1ER,
Secretary to the Board.
lAILWAY TIME CARD.
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Chicago, Rock Island ct Paelfle.
Chlrno Day'-IsM Mmllerl a rJ am
Chicago t-rlltht Local. a :(0 ara
Cb-i-iio Ktprraa kll ll am
rta Moliiai Eipreai a 4 10 pra
Cblcaco Fast Kipreaa a 4:44 pax
Reeky Mountain Llmitad a 140 sat
Llnuoln, Colorado spring Oan-
Tar, Puablo and writ a 1.40 sot
Itiil, California and Oklahoma
Vlyar a 4:14 ym
Th. Orerland Limited a 4 4 ata
Th Faat Vail a l td ais
Th ('alitor ila Eipreas a 4: to pa
Th Atlantll Special
Th Portland-! hlco Special... :10 pin
Th Atlantis Kiprv.a .
Th! rolorado Hpotiul all 13 pit
, i n ininago spac.ai
; L,lti(oln. Bratrlca and Btroma-
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Columbui Ical b 4:04 pot
tli leu go A. Xorthnestern.
I 3 14 in
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a 4 (4 pm
I li pin
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all 44 pta
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CITY TICKET OmCB, 1S241 FAR5AM T.
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For Menstrual Suppression rT-....
l a sea: 4 kozaa, t4. S u is Oawaa by sbarnwa
HcCoiia.il Drue C. Mall t id 4114, Tr4 aoppll
373 S:l 29 1,001
, 16T 159 150 473
.154 151 , 149 451
Hug lies ...
Cochran . .
Grip QaicatlT Knocked Ont.
"Seme week ego during the raver win
ter waalher both my wife and myaalf con-t-acted
severe colda which areedlly de
veloped into tne worat kind of la gtippa
with all Us miserable symptoms," taya
Mr. J. 8. Egleaton of Maple Landing, Iowa.
'Knees ai d Joints aching, muscle aora.
head stopped up, eye and nose running
with alienist apella of chllla and fever.
We htgan I'slng Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy, aiding tha aame .with a double do
of Chamberlain' Stomach and Liver Tab-
Itta, and by Ita liberal use soon completely
knocked out the grip."
Inqaest Over Editor's Body.
ST. LOUIS. April 15 The Inquest into the
death of Charles O'Brien, editor of the
American Celt, whose death Tuesday Is be
lieved to have been caused by an assault,
was resumed today. John A. Sheridan, a
flintier councilman: Thomas K. Kinney and
Thomas M. Jenkins, who were arrested on
suspicion and released on bonds of (d.Oiii
each, and who failed to appear when the
Inquest waa begun yesterday, were present
today. After hearing more testimony Coro
ner Funkhouser continued the Inquest until
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Every one placing a Want Ad in The Bee
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at. I.011I1 Fiprt-ra
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1 Macarla by Kvana
2 Iorna Doone by Blackmoro
8 Fur Kroia the Madding Crowd...
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4 Laat Da ye of Pompeii. .. .by Lytton
5 What Would You Do. LoreT
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6 IaUmael by South worth
7 An Eng.lsh Woman'g Lore ttter
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fj Idle Thoughtg by vn Idle Fellow
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Buck II Ilia A Puot Sound E. all. Ill pm a IX pot
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