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2 OMAHA DAILY BEE : MONDAY , 1880.
JllEY "FOUGHT THREE ROUNDS
Two Colored Pugilists Have an Interesting
Bout With Hard Gloves.
BRICKLAYERS AT WATERLOO.
f After Hulilo'flJJIurdercr-The Gladia
torial Krnuil-A SlUcr Wedding
AVrostlcrs Arrested SportlnR
Notes nnd Otlior Ijocal.
to n rinlsli.
A short , bloody , tintl unsatisfactorily
terminated prlxo light took place lust
Lctwuen Jesse Smith and Isaac ( Jlovcr ,
twoOmaln negroes , at a well known re
sort west of llio city limits. The mill was
fora purse of $50 , which hail boon raised
enthusiasts in Hi"
l > y a few gentlemen
manly art. The spectators were con
voyed to the scencof Itioconllictln hacks
and carriages , which , filing out a western
Btreutfiom all parU of the city , betok
ened to the nnltiatcd that something mys
terious was ! u the wind. The principals
and their seconds and backers arrived on
the battle ground about half past niiio
o'clock. At half past ten the re
feree and timekeeper , two well
known sporting mun , stepped into
the ring and called the liaht. The
rn was pitched in a room about forty
feet square and was not of the regulation
twenty-four foot dimensions. However ,
the seconds decided everything satisfac
tory , and the fun commenced.
Smith wi3 : the smaller of the tWo men ,
weighing but 150 pounds , while Ills ad
versary tipped the beam at 18'J. The lat
ter , Isaac < j lover , was n very muscular ,
well built man , but was lacking in the
qualities of activity , alertness and giit
which characterised his opponent.
Glover , by the-way , is the .same- negro
who was arrested some time asro for
Stabbing his white mistress , Myrtle
Grant. Moth men were attired in regula
tion ling costume , Smith wearing blun
tights and Glover white. The gloves
used were two ounces in weight , they
weio passed aiound among the specta
tors for inspection and declared satisfae-
"rimo ! " called the time-keeper. "Shako
liandsl" echoed the referee , adding , after
that pleasing bit of formality , "Fight 1"
I'lIlsT ItOt'Nl ) .
The first round was decidedly in favor
of Glover For a minute the two men
Slaicd at each other and bp.irrod cau
tiously for an opening. The crowd grew
L. impatient , and one spectator called out ,
"ii it , wiry don't you light ? " Glover
responded in good style and , clinching his
teeth , landed a smashing full-arm blow
on his opponent's jaw. Smith rallied
quickly , however , and some short-arm
Work was done , which gave neither man an
advantage. Finally Smith Janded his right
on Glovei's mug with terrilicforeo. More
cautious sparring follovyod , abruptly
terminated by Glover making a lunge at
Smith's stomach and landing there with
a corking right hander. The blow drove
Smith almost against the rones , doubling
him up at the same time. Glover worked
in two slashing upper-cut blows. Smith
responded by clinching. The two men
were ordcicd apart and the lound ended
with some iiicilcctiml .sparring.
SUCOND KOUNl ) .
"I'll bet &Q that this man Glover wins
the fight , " cried an enthusiastic- backer
of the heavy man at this juncture. Things
in the Smith comer looked blue , and the
Glover mun failed to place his money.
Almost ovciy one was confident thai
Smith was beaten. The smaller man ,
however , brought his superior qualities
of quickness and hard hvUmginto wlay and
forced the lighting , practically winning
Iho battle in tins round. After some
easy sparring , Glover landed a stinging
round arm body blow , which staggcnyl
Smith a trillo. Ho quickly recovere/l / ,
libwovcr , and retaliated with a hcaty
short arm blow which landed plum ] ) on
Glover's neck. Glover fell buck , and
Smith , perceiving his advantage , made a
series of rushes at bib big adversary , driv
ing him all around the ring , at the same
time landing stinging blows on his face ,
neck and body.TlliriD
Smith ciuno up smiling and again
forced the lighting. Glover , on the
other hand , showed that ho was begin-
Jiingloicum.o that ho had no easy job
On his hands. Smith made a heavy body
lunge at Glover , which was neatly
stopped. The small man then changed
his tactics , and aimed his blows at Glo
ver's faco. Ho succeeded in "getting
homo" a half dozen times witn vicious
force. Glover's guard was utterly in-
cH'ectual , and ho was literally defense
less against the savage onslaught of
Smith. Ho dropped into the corner , al
most into his second's arms. Smith very
foolishly disregarded the instructions of
the second and the referee by making a
rush ar the weakened antagonist. GIo-
Yorwas almost on his hands and knees ,
nnd as Smith stopd over him ho made a
series of lunges at him , and , as Glover's
backers claim , kicked him in the jaw.
Certain it was that when Glover strug
gled to his feet , his jaw was broken and
boveial of his teeth were loosened.
Cries of "Foul ! " "A shame ! " "No fail-
play I" etc. , were raised by Glover's back
ers , who insisted that the fight
should then and there ho awarded
to their man. The excitement was in
tense for a few moments , and for a time
it scorned that the alliiir would wind up
in a free for oil fight. Order was finally
restored , and the roforco after much lies-
lotion decided that it was not a foul. The
tnno keeper made several attempts to got
Glover in the ring again , but thai worthy
doolined positively to do any further light
ing. The referee then stopped forward
and awantcd the fight to Smith.
Many of the spectators were dissatisfied
with the decision , believing that Glover
hud received unfair treatment. Ilow-
ever , there was no appeal , and the light
was declared ended. Glover was badly
lined up , whllo Smith was apjmiontly an
fresh as when ho entered the ring.
A MIsocllniioaiiH Day Spent In the
Kllcliorn Woodti. "
JNino car loads of excursionists pulled
out of ( ho Union 1'actlio depot yesterday
juorning a't 0 o'clock , to attend the brick *
layers' picnic , near Waterloo. A null of
an hour brought thorn to a shady grove
iin'mcdiatnly east of the Elkhorn , on the
Ifuo of the track. Here a dancing plat
form and hand stand had been erected ,
and around these cantered the interest of
the greater p\rt ; \ of tiio people through
out the day. Tap music for dancing was
furnished by the A , O. II. band and Hof-
uian'a , and the general responses
made to the ealU for parties dur
ing the day uUcslod a strong ap
preciation for the torpslchoroan strains
of these organizations.
IL'Jin JQibfr'Stnuil wiU liberally patronbsd
during the day nnd , In its vi oinity , u con-
plo of fiMio oncmmtcrs loofcplaco , the re-
fault ol which was some bloody blows anil
red anil blue adornments to tlm facial
feUturc ! of Iho combatants. One of the
iua t pronounced of these wis that in
which a cowboy , who undertook- run
tilings , W-IH deprived of his bolt of cart-
riitgi'a and "gnu'1 itud then driven
oh" tlit * grounds with a number of inglori
ous buiuei ,
The ( wiie fakir < ti | | a thriving business ,
yet lost u number of her sucks , which
were about as numerous as wore gallants
on the grounds. A lunch otand was lib
erally patronized , the fodder furnished
being by somebody who had leased the
privilege. All ho demanded was thirby
iivn cents for an alleged meal , consisting
in the main of cheese , broad , coffee , mis
cellaneous sausage and petrilied ham. A
" " also the
shooting "gallery" was on
ground , and every time a report of n gun
was heard timid people shuddered and
instinctively looked to sco if any person
had been made n target. In the after
noon about tlneo o'clock , ono of those
shots found a human target in the person
of IMdin ItohorU , Iho little son , cloven
years old , of James Hohorls. a member of
the bricklayers' union , The fattier
was standing near the dancing
floor , nnd recognizing his son
approaching , addressed him. The boy
had just reached his father's side when n
gun report was heard , nnd , an instant
hiter , the boy oxclnimo , "Oh , father , I'm
shot ! " Illood commenced to Issue from
the little fellow'ssido , and Inn short time
liis clothes wore saturated with the flow
Ho was taken to Ur. Mclaughlin's ofllcc
in Waterloo , where Iho wound was
( Iresscit. The bullet struck the boy
slightly below the left shoulder blatlo and
plowed the flesh , coming out about three
Inches beyond in a direct line , and cut
ting the muscles of the loft arm. The
wound was a painful though not a dan-
porous one and the boy bore the dressing
with heroism. At the limit of Iho shooi
ng , the lad was not In range of the shot
llred at the target , and the recklessness
of the shooting caused general indigna
in Iho morning a mutch "game
of ball of four innings , was
played between a nine of
Lho bricklavors consisting of C.
McGratly , catcher , T. O'Neill , pitcher ;
Uurrv , lirst base ; A. Looker , second
liaso ; Harry Troxol , short stop ; Hun
[ tickets , third base ; Hank Galvin , loft
liold ; Hen Knglish , center Held , and
Clias Willis , right field.
The nine of plasterers was composed
of Garrctt , Wilson , Foster , Richardson ,
Tonuy , Allen , Cox , Burns and Carey. The
bricklayers won by a score of ton to two ,
the plasterers being whitewashed twice ,
and the bricklayers once. The game was
well contested notwithstanding it
was played in a liold in which the grass
was about as high as players' cars.
At 'J o'clock a storm of rain visited the
pienicors , driving some of thorn to the
depot , some to .share with a hog the pro-
cinets of a deserted cabin , and consign
ing the others to considerable dampness
beneath the weeping trees and more than
dew besprinkled grass. The storm was
followed by sunshine and that soon dried
up the earth and grass and draggled rai
ment of Iho fair ones.
A young bricklayer. Sum Stevenson ,
walked , or rather waltzed and ran , oil'
with all the prizes. He was partner to
Miss Hell ( Jollcy , who won a portmonnaio
as pri/.o for the best wullzcr. Ho received
a meerschaum pipe as the prize in a 100-
yards race against Frank mily ; also § 10
in another 100-yards race against Gregg ;
a meerschaum cigar holder for a running
long jump , in which ho cleared eighteen
feet , and finally a box of cigars in a third
race of 100 yards.
The excursionists returned home about
7:15 : o'clock
The committee of arrangements were
D. O'ICcefo , George Cridgo , J. Jobst ,
John Schroeder , Perry Ellis and William
AFXEK riUJlIjlS'S AIUltDBKEK.
Another AtnnVlio Answers tlio De
scription of liiilile's Slnycr.
The next dav after the brutal minder
of Chris Iluhlo in this city , about a month
since , three men were arrested for dis-
urbing the pcudc ? at Fremont. One of
, hem , who was shown to liavo had no
connection with the dislurbancc , was re-
eased on the following day. Omaha olli-
cials visited Fremont but failed to con-
loot either of the two men held with the
murder in any manner. Since then cir
cumstances huvo been brought to light
which castsuspicion on the man who was
released before the visit of the Omaha
authorities. Ho is known to have thrown
away a coat and. vest just before ho
reached Fremont. These were after
wards found and showed traces
of nlood. An oflicial from
Fremont , who lias been giving some at-
Lciition to working up the case , has- boon
in the city for several days , and from
pointers received hero is confident that
Iho man released is the same one who
was seen with Huhlo at the depot in the
evening a few hours before the tragedy
was enacted. A barber has been found
who shaved the suspicioncd personage
on the day before Iho murder , and his
description of tho. man tallies exactly
with that given of the man who was seen
\vit ) < Kuhlo on the evening of the killing.
The man lias benn traced to a small town
in western Jowa , whore ho will bo ar
rested to-day by the Fremont official ,
who left for that purpose last evening.
As soon as arrested Fritz Wirth , the bar
ber , and others will bo called upon to
identify him. _
TIILJ GIjAUIATQUIALi FRAUD.
How tlio FlKlitinji Gladiators Didn't
Flclit Saturday Ni 'lit ,
The sword contest between Duncan U.
Ross and Sergeant Walsh did not take
place al Iho exposition building last Sat
urday night. What did take place , how
ever , was a contest between Mr. Hess
and an old soldier named narryman ,
who is an employe in one of Iho Omaha
livery stables. There were 1,000 specta
tors , including deadheads. 1'at Fallen
acted us roforco , while Captain O'MiUly
seconded Uarrymnn mid Ed Rothory
seconded Hoss. There is a special rea
son for saying that llicpe gentlemen ac
quitted themselves honorably. The tight
consisted of twonty-nino attacks and
under tlio rule was awarded to Ross , who
had made ( iftoon points , or over one-half
of the number capable of being
made. Dairyman made seven points.
A point consisted in striking
the corselet of an antagonist. Ablow on
the head or one on the log ot the lighters
or body of the horse , counted against the
party making it. In the first part of tlio
meeting Ross had no difliculty in hitting
his antagonist , but us the latter became
more calm and learned the former's
method of attack , ho succeeded in making
it no easy matter for Ross to got in u
blow. In one attack Ross failed five
different times to reach his opponent ,
while ISarrymun brought the attack to a-
close by striking Ross upon the shoulder.
From the time that U.irrynian gained
coutideuca in himself , the more skillful
cuts were made by him , and Iho greater
number of tlio cuts of Ross wcro to Mis
superior strength in reaching Harrymiw
by breaking a guard which the latter
generally made in a olovor manner.
Ross' best work was in suddenly dealing
a second blow after the first it nil been
warded oil' , and before a second guard
could bo made , liut this , too , was soon
learned by Uarrymau uml guarded
ngain&t. At one time lloss wheeled hid
horao | o the loft to outt'h his antagonist
from bohlndbut he failed in hU attempt.
Tfm first meeting resulted in Uarryman's
horse slipping upon the tloor , and its
rider dropping out of the saddle. This
was n poiut ag.dnt < t ISiirryman , though it
was counterbalanced by another fatal
accident when Ross broke Ida sword by
a light bjow upou the other's breastplate
At the eoncliisiou of the first flght ,
Ross wanted Walsh to tight Itarryiaan.
Walsh 'ou < ; entct ( , but when it was in.irnod
that tlie Jailer could not cngiige in u sec
end bout without reel , which would pro
long tlm entertainment until morning ,
Ross waived his objection nnd agreed lo
meet \Vnish. Uotli mounted , rode to the
middle of the arena and fainted. 1'acli
then retired to ! iis corner and it was then
suddenly discovered that one-half of the
rubber shoo of one of Iho hind feet of
Walsh's horse had been FO wrenched
that Walsh claimed ho could not continue
the fight without endangering ids life.
He refused absolutely to outer the com
bat and lolircd to his dressing room.
When Ross learned of the discovery ho
rode over to Walsh's door and called
upon the latter to light , but without avail.
The crowd began to grow demonstrative
and characteri/.ed the uflalr as a hippo
drome. They suggested that Ross take
oil'a ihoo from Ids hoise. They also
shouted to him to exchange horses with
Walsh , if hn was so Willing to liavo the
fight carried out. The referco declared
ho would not decide the light until it
should bo fought out. The crowd then
slowly proceeded toward the street , many
remaining in the lobby in fionlof the
ticket ofiice. Some demanded the rotui n
of their money. The money , of course ,
was refused Captain Cormick and Officers
O'Grady and U halcn stood in front of the
window nnd of course prevented any
illegal demonstration. Tlio door \\as
opened and Manager Ferguson , Treas
urer Stephens and Ross filed out carrying
with thorn Iho receipts of the evening.
minus the cost of the hall. They filed
into the patrol wagon and with the
otlicors wcro driven to the Millurd hotel ,
whore tlio throe first mentioned were loft
in Ross' room counting tlio money.
There is no- doubt that the shoo of
Walsh's hor.so was maliclomsly tampered
with. It was cut from the inside almost to
the outer cdgo. The cutwas evidently made
by a sharp pointed pen-knife drawn from
the lee backward toward the fiogaftor
the shoo had boon fastened to the hoof.
It is not possible at present to tell by
whom the diity trick was dono. 15IH it
certainly was done with n view to ad-
vain'0 the dishonest interests ot some
body. With Has overlaying combinations
whic'i ' were made in tlio business , thocul-
' ' ' was as likely to helpono side as well
as . . Hlicr. It is not intended to intimate
that i thor Ross or Walsh was -a parly to
the act , and while nobody can blame the
latter for not lighting the former
with a badly equippcu horse , ho is
not entirely blameless because ho should
liavo had a supply of rubber shoes to re
place tlio set if necessary in case of an
.It is perhaps well for Rcss that Walsh
did not tight. Ho is a young man and
scorns to IKJ such an ono as would bo
likely to bo possessed of sonic skill us a
fencer. If Ross was at his bft&t when ho
but doubled the points of a man twice us
old and not one-third us strong as him ,
ho certainly is not the swordsman which
ho has been represented to be. It is
reasonable , therefore , to believe that
\ > alsii would at loost have given him a
vorv serious amount of work.
This afl'air has gone on record as.a .
fraud. It is another example added to
the long list of hippodromes which have
taken place in this city.
QUAilTEU OBNTUltr'S HAPPINESS
The Silver Wedding of Mr. and Mrs.
J. Li. Brantlcls.
The handsome residence nnd grounds
of Mr. J. L. Drandois , at 3311 St. Mary's
avenuoj presented a brilliant scone on
Saturday evening. The house was
lighted up and decorated willi llowers ,
while Iho spacious lawn was made gor
geous by rows of magic lanterns hung in
the trees and about a largo dancing plat
form. Both indoors and out gayety ruled
the hour. The occasion was tlio silver
wedding of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. iirandois ,
and it was certainly 0110 of the mos > t bril
liant events in the social calendar of
Omaha. The guests did not commence
arriving until late , and it was nearly 11
o'clock when the last carnage rolled up
to the door. From that tiuio on , until
half past 2 iu the morning , Iho cele
bration continued. The evening was de
lightful for dancing , and to the strains
ot the Musical Union orchestra the
guests , young and old , engaged in the
terusichoroan delights. Al aoout half
past 11 o'clock Rabbi Benson assembled
all present on the platform , and began
the repetition of the solemn Jewish anar- '
riago riles which Iwetity-flvo years ago
had made the happy celebrants man and
wife. Mr. and Mrs. Brandois with their
three sons and ono daughter were ranged
in front of tlio rabbi as ho' performed
that solemn ceremony , concluding with
TO earnest prayer.
At llio conclusion of the ceremony Mr
and Mrs , Bniudcis wcro surrounded fora
half hour or more by congratulating
friends. The orchestra again struck up
and tlio supper table on the east end of
the lawn was made tlio point of attack.
An elegant repast was served , at the con
clusion of which many toasts to the health
and welfarpof the happy couple followed ,
together with the reading ol congratula
tory telegrams from friends in all parts
of America and Europe. Dancing and
social converse wcro then indulged in
until a late hour. The afl'air was thor
oughly enjoyed by the guests , all of whom
on leaving expressed llio desire that Mr.
anil Mrs. Iirandois might hvo to eolobrato
their golden wedding as happily as they
had their silver anniversary.
TIIK Ui-Trf : ,
Below is giyon a complete list of tlioso
present. The toilets of the ladies were in
many cases strikingly handsome , and it
is to bo regretted that lack of space pro-
yonls dclailed mention of them.
Mr. and Mrn. Hen Newman , Mr. and Mrs.
Moriin .Moyei. Mr. and Mrs. M. lliilhn.ui , Mr.
and Mrs. M. ( iohhinitli , Mr. and Mis. A. Hol
ler. Mr. and Mis. L. Heller , Mr. mill MIS. li.
. ] . Kctia , Mr , unit Mis. Hnehfekl. Mr. and
Mis. X. Slomaii , Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Slonmn ,
Mr. and Mrs. ( ieoigo Hoyui , Mr. and -Mrs.
, Mr. and Mrs. Isaiio Now , Mrs.
Appol of Denver , Ur. and Mrs. II. I' . Jensen ,
Mr. and Mrs. 1) . 1C. Kaufman , Mr.s. > / . FUlior ,
Mr. and Mm. Chaitcs llrnmleis , Mr. ami Mis.
MotMr. . and Mrs. HoseiiEloln. Mr. and Mia.
CiiuU. Mr. and Mrs. Itobonstelii , Mr. and
Mi.s. Itolchonbcn ; , Ur. lUmson , Mr. and Mrs.
J. Oberfuldcr , Mr. and Mrs. K. Itosowator ,
Mi.andMrs. S. Kixtz. Mrs. Hosteller of Al-
ImquciQiie , Air , and Mra , A , 1'olloel ? . Mr , and
Mis. 8 , Sciili-islniei- . ami Mrs. IlolTinaii ,
Mr. and Mis. SullKbOhn , Mr. and MIH. Fabler ,
Mrs. J. Meyer , Mr. and Mrs. U , Hans , Mr.
Adolpli Meyer , Mr. Jacob Dinndols ot 3III-
waukee. Mrs. J. Maieus and sons of Chicago ,
Mrs. J , llyinnu or Chicago.
Among tlio young people who were present
wro the following :
. llss Natidlfl tk'liRsohn , Miss TIllloNow-
nifi , Miss tiunohill , Miss Cora M. liendlt ,
Au j Annie Kothsciillcl , MUs Minnie Uoths-
clnlil , Miss Cliiuv Schlcsslimer , Mlsi Miniilo
Itosoiili-jKl , Mlsd Uuhl , Mlis Mary Cohlmnn ,
Miss Alma KiostMlbS , Id i Ho uis , Miss Oliu.i
Klmlskolf , Miss Jullii .Snnonds , Miss Kbit ; ,
Messts. S. I'lseher , Martin ObertelUer , Iko
Schiir , Simon ObcifeHer , Julius Mejer ,
Ch.ules CoMsmltli , ,1. Friednuuin. Herman
Hujin , Milton Slonmn , Aiiluir UiiuUkoif ,
Joe M.uuUi'bciK , Simon liloom , Julius Ilo-
man , L. ( Jib-ion , H. Wynmn ,
The piosontn were suiH-rl ) , and many ot
tliuiii fxtwiifly valuable. The list Included
tliu follow in ; , ' :
1'isU bpoon , Mr , and Mrs. J. M'nrcits , Chl-
eajoj ; Miawbt-rry .spoons , Julius Mo > ors ; toi
let sot , Ur. mid Mrs. Jensen ; trult spoon , S.
J. Fisljer unit iiipthor ; talvcr , Mail Uburfel-
tier ; castor , Mr. auJ Mrs. A. Calm ; iileklo cas
tor , MnnUulihinith : nunkhi ling. L. U. Gib-
boa ; unpMn ihi ; : , Charles ( loiasinlth ; Indi
vidual set , Mrs. nml Miss Klmlskott'ibtatmiry
hot , Mi , mm Mrs. ( Jioiiro lleyn ; fruit ilbli ,
Mi.s. Uielchse ; , Sam Mot/ ; card c.ise , Mr.
anil Mrs M. iSlomaii ; water cooler , J. llyimui
or Ch cigo ; water cooler , Mr. mid Mra. Sells-
sohn ; carving f > et , Mr. ami Mrs , S. Twells of
Milwaukee : carving set , Mr. A. it , lioh > -
hcliuci ; ft nil dish , Mr. ami Mu. Now ; Jiuit
dish , j ) Mandclberff , A. UlmlskoiT. M. Slo-
uiun and Herman Huyin : lUli dish , Mr.
J. Mocr and Mr , RcUllelU ; cream
tiltchor , Mr. and Mrs. A. Jucobson of
Huron. Unit. ; salt niul pepper set , Mr. nnd
Mr M. J. Klclunaut MIUJ > tuiueen , Mr.
Khcheraud family of Chicago ; yaso silver
, Jacob UnuiUies ; card iccolvorIda
llc cr" , Frokln Until , P. blrscbicr and Harry
Hjnmni clicct-e dish , ir. ! &nd Mrs. A. Mnas :
suenr spoon. Mr. atvl Mr ? . F. Adlcr ; card
we , Miss Sfllcsohn tml Krai S. lladra ;
vnsu , Mr. ntul .Mrs. O , fcjVTTfmnn ; card ei e ,
Mr. and MH. L. P.t | > i > eM > ( Chicago ; mantel
clock , .lolin A. Frovnn ; fruit poon. Sol Ben-
iniui i soup ladle , \Ir.iuul Mrs. 1' . Hosowali-r ;
sintar spoons anil tout ; * , Alt. nnd Mrs. Obor-
fclder ; cup , Simon "UlaQin ; rnkodlsh , Mr.
and Mrs. Nowinan : strxwlicrry spoons , Mr.
nml Mi ? . S. Katz ; ty y , Mr. niKl Mr * . IJ. .
Ncdil ; s.ihcr , Mr. niiilJIrs. A. Uo'ensleln ;
nut cracker an I ulcKsi , Jlrs. M. Hcllman ;
desert knives , Miss IMIIA Hill : berry dNh
nnd spoon , Mr. nnd Mis' . Jlaminervchfas of
Mrs. A. Mnnilelberir : trftlt knife , Mr. and
Mrs. A. Heller : Indlvllliiil set , Mi. anil Mrs.
Twolc * . of Milwnnkeo vnse , Mr. ami Mis.
Louts Keller ; fruit dlsr , Mr. nnd Mrs. Wen-
cnbeip ; butter kulfo and suirar spoon , Mr.
and Mis. J. Kufor , of Milwaukee ; berry
sioout Mr. and Mrs. A. Pollock ; suuar bowl
and tones Mr. and Mrs. Sam A.SIoimin ;
a palntlnij by 'Florin , Mr. ami Mis. Max
Mover. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Me > er nnd Mr.
nnd Mis Moilt/ Meyer ; toothpick holder ,
Ilenri-nnd l sy Marcus , Ohlcai.'o ; b.isket ot
floweis , Mr. nnd Mr.s. Bchlelslncer and
dniiclilor ; lloral lioiao slioo. S.uu and Isailoio
pchh'lMiiiKcr : boiKiuot. Jflss Alma Fiosl ;
liotso shoe.Miss Sonolilll ; horse shoo , Miss
Corn Uonillt ; lioioo shop , MissTllllo New-
DOlNfJS OX Till : OIAMOM > .
Two Intcroslliifj Horns at the National
Gnmo A Cricket Miitcl ) .
SIX TO TlIlliU. :
An interesting base ball game was that
played at Atlilotlo park yesterday after
noon between the Union 1'aeifics and the
Fremont Grays. Tlio (5 rays claim the
championship among tlio amateurs of
Nebraska and liavo pretty good b.icklng to
substantiate their claims. They are all
young follows , well built and fairly well
trained. They liavo an excellent pitcher
in Mr. ( .Joodonough , u fair catcher in
Liulwin nnd a good short .stop. The
fielders arc only medium. The entire
club is built for good batting , but Ihoy
failed to catch on to Salisbury's style of
delivery , and succeeded only in a few
instances in getting the ball outside
of the diamond and these ollbrts did not
avail them much owing to llio excellent
fielding of Strode , Dwycr and Haley of
the homo team. The game was played in
orto hour and a half and was marked by
good work on both sides. The following
is tlie score in detail :
A. u. n. nir. r.o. A. i : .
Ludwlg. c. .
( } oolonouh ( , D . -I 0 0 0 13 1
l > nuihcity ; , in . a
M\illcr. .M b . 4 1 3 4 tl 1
I/um , : ! d b . 4
Uuwdlsh , s. s . . : i o i i : i o
Hammer , 1. .
Sadlui.r. f . 3
Severance , 1st b . 3 0 0 13 0 1
Totals . SO 3 0 ! ! T 18 4
A. n. ii. Bir. P.O. A. n.
Handle , c . ! ) 1 0 U 1 1
Uwyor , ! 2db . I !
McKelvoy.JId b . 4
Salisbury , p . , . 4 0 0 0 lit 1
Millett , S3 . 1.
llarte.t ! . J. .
Stiock , 1. f . . ' .i.'l *
Aiuleison , 1st b . . .4
Ilaley , r. f . . .
. Totals . l.SJ 0 2 27 23 4
Km neil inns GrnvJ , 2 , Two base lilts
Bondlsh. Lett on ba < fc-tfiays , 2 ; U. P. , a.
i. in3 Laiia ijimv > 11 ; , u ] , iiiiiiuiu , X. 1 llliu Ul
came , ono hour uud 50 mtliutes. Umnlio
THU VKES3 Vg. Tlfn VOUCH.
The famous contest between the police
force and the press-'gung took place as
advertised , at Athletjc p.irk on Saturday
afternoon. It was marked principally by
the poor playing- and exoollont kicking of
both nines. Every tjiup a run was made
the out nine roared. " " IJvory man would
swear ho wouldn't piny any more ,
and the field would bo "deserted.
The players would then assemble in Ihe
shade of the refreshment stand and after
each htul looked al Joe Howies Ihrougli a
glass dimly lliey would return lo llioir
places and go on with the gamo. The
press gang had a sinch on tlio game from
the start and won easily. At the middle
of the fourth inning the police
throw up Iheir liands the boor
was all gone and the game was
called , the score being 15 to 8 in favor of
the press fiends. The police force now
have two challenges on their hands , ono
from the saloon keepers and another
from the councilmcn.
A match was played on Saturday be
tween the Freight and Ticket Audit
Oilico and the Omaha Cricket club. The
latter , although by no means strongly
represented , to their surprise and thai of
their opiMinoiits , pulled off the match by
three runs , after a close struggle.
OMAHA cmcKirr ri.vu.
11. Shakeshalt b O. II. Vmi' > hnn . 0
C. 11. Huberts bW. H. Vuu han . 2
.W. K ( irlimhs b W. K. VniiRhan . 5
J. C. Uoylo b G. H. Vnuelun . 1G
> O. II. IMirdon. . b ( J. U. Vaughan . 5
A. ( invnn , b ( } II. Vanghan . 2
.IrJlmIelKhbW.il. Vaughan . 0
O-E. , . Wilson , urn out . 0
( } . Cininer bO. II. VaugUan . 0
M.Jtcall , not out . , . r
II , KIdiiilKobW. H. Vsiuglmn . 0
.1. U. Bioatch b W. K. V.uislian . 2
Kxtrn& . . . . . . . . S
Total . , . . . . . . . . . 4)
fiimoHT AND TicKirr AUDIT orrici : .
l-Yank Smith blliirlelsh . 0
U. W.Taylor l > UuilelKn. . . . .
AV. It. Araii'han ! blo\-lo. . ' . . 0
A. T , Mcl'hoison b BmJplfjli . 8
(1. II. Vauslmn b Huilclsh . 0
1) . hoe : > toand b Doyle . I
AV. ( iavnn b Doyle . 0
.I.tM. S-ottbUnvle . , . 0
llaiiowcloiiKh b Dovlo " . . . 0
-M.'lalboth HmlolKli. . 0
11. Xealob IJiirlnlslr"0
' Wilson , not out . 1
Kxttas . , . 0
Total . " " . * *
That Wntcli Olinln.
The jury iu the case ngainst CJoorgo
Duvul , charged with the larceny of a
gold watch chain from K Jliolm & hrick-
son , brought in a roi'di.cl/of not guilty on
Saturday. Now llti .iiloji has been com-
TiTCncod lo soltlo thoyiMiMtioii of owner-
shin of the chain' , i SiStiirduy evening
Judge llawos senured.a vrit of replevin
from Judge Andowoii'ai ' court and ob
tained possession of. ' Uidxihain from Dis
trict Attorney Kstoljd' , " T.ds case will bo
argued in Judge AmforooaVi cgurt to-day
to settle the quostiJrJ ( pf ownership. If
neither the olaim of "lidjfolm & Erickson
nor Mr. IlubcrmaU icnni le cstabllsho < i ,
Judge llawos , by right ol rosscssion.will
have a pretty sure s.lnohj'.upon the chain.
James Mills has lU/idjal / uii m district
court asking damages in the sum of
815,000 from T. C. Hall. V. F. Mulroy ,
Howland Outlay aniUAlw-a Dailoy. The
] liiintlir alleges thutJiiJiaJI tlio defendants - ,
ants had him arreatod , t-icd and eon-
victed upon the charge of ibol , and that
said charges wore false in erory particu
lar. lip therefore claims dunuges to his
reputation to the amount nr.med.
Wonderful conjunction lied Star
Cough Cure for colds ; St. Jacobs Oil for
The case of the State v John Kelley ,
fcilmund Fitzgerald , 3\iko \ ) Downey and
Alike Harrington will be cillod in Judge
Novillo's court to-day. Tip defendants
are accused of highway roubcry and an
assault upon James Muiliiiu at the Shi-
Yin house two weeks ago.
JUlfonl Banco is iuvahnblo for soups
TWO WK1SSTM3US JAIIiKll.
Orcck Ocotffo anil 1'lorro Arrostoil for
Misdeeds nt Dourer.
Greek ( tconre and 1'lorre , two well
known (5raco Uoman wrestlers stepped
from the incoming Dnnvnr train yester
day morning and wcro Immediately
placed under arrest by Olllcors
Mosly nnd Harrigan. who acted
in response to a telegram from
Denver asking for their arrest. A reporter
porter for this paper had a chat with the
two healthy specimens of humanity in tlio
jail yesterday afternoon and found them
highly indignant at their arrest upon a
chaigo of which they confessed supreme
ignor.\nco. ( Ircok Ueorgo gave the his
tory of the recent wrestling bouts in
Denver as follows :
Iu May , George and I'iorro wcro matched
for $200 a s > ide , catch as cateh-ean.
In1 this match ( Seorge won.
The second contest , mixed style , three
weeks ngo. was declared a draw after llio
two men had wrestled from 10 o'oloek at
night until half-past ,1 o'clock on the tolj
lowing morning , with ono fall each This
mulch was for if'JoO a side. In thu contest
George was dUablod , and the match had
to bo postponed. It was called up again
on Friday night last , nnd resulted In
n victory for (5corgo ( after a tussle of four
hours and a quaiter. I'ierro's backer then
refused to stand by him any longer , uml
deorgo consented to help his worsted op
ponent to Chicago , where ho has friends.
1 ho two loft Denver on Saturday morn
ing and arrived hero yesterday Uotli as
sert that Ihoy have no knowledge of Iho
cause of Ihoir arrest.
A glance at the two men showed how
well Ihoy are udaplcd for their calling.
Greek Goorgu , a native of
Greece , l-i thirty-three years of
ago , 5 foot 11 inches in height ,
and weighs 180 pounds when stiiuped.
Hi5 has boon wrestling for seven years
and hits mot his betters but seldom. Ho
has won twenty-nine contests since last
October. Ho takes a baek seat for but
four men in a culch-as-catch-caii wrest
ling match. They are William Mttldoon ,
Tom Kiiarnon. Duncan C. Uois and Kd
Heobeo. Ho oilers $100 to any man whom
he can't down four times in an hour.
Pierre is a Frenchman , twentv-scven
years of age , weighs 18i ; pounds and
claims the championship of tlio world as
a Graoco-Ilomuu wrestler. Ho has been
on the turf for nine years and has
downed such men as Jack Lawrence ,
Tom Conlou , Fulton , Clarence Whistler
and Crybtol. Ho was wrestling with Low
Moore in Chicago a year ago when Moore
received injuries from which ho after
" 100 Doses Oun Dollar" is trno only of
Hood's Sarsnprilla , ami it is an unswera-
bto argument us to strength and econ
Camp Alootint ; Notice.
The annual camp meeting held under
the management of the Nebraska State
Holiness association , will bo hold this
year on their grounds at Bennett , Neb. ,
commencing August 0,1880 , and continu
ing ton days.
The ground at Bennett is covered by a
beautiful grove , is well watered and is
ono of tlio finest in Iho state. The com
mittee in charge are doing all in then
power to make the meeting this year the
gr.iii'Jest ever held in the state. Hcv. J.
S. Hitler , the Ohio evangelist ; Hev. C. F.
Creighton , pastor of St. Paul church ,
Lincoln ; Kov. K. N. McKaig of Omaha ,
will bo picsont as workers , also many
others. It is expected that nno of the
bishops of the M. K. church will bo also
It is hoped that all Christians without
rogaid to denomination who have the
cause of Christ at hcut , will begin al
oneo to make arrangements _ to
atlond this mooting. A largo boarding
house is on the ground and boaii ! can.
bo scored at a reasonable price. Tents
can lie rented of the association if ap
plied for early as the association have
only a limited number. To do uwav with
thu'auuoyanca of collections lo defray
the expenses of Iho meeting the manage
ment doomed it wise to charge a gate tec
of ten , cents for a single admission , nnd
? 1.50 for families for the entire meeting.
Reductions will bo made in railroad fares.
A complete circular has been prepared ,
giving complete intormution concealing
board , tents , rents of lots , railroad lares ,
etc. , etc. This circular can be seemed
by addressing any of the following pur-
ties , and every one interested should .send
for one : llov. II. T. Davis , piesident ,
York , Neb. ; J. M. McKin/.io , secretary ,
Peru , Nob. ; Hov. C. F. Croighton , Lin
coln , Nob. ; W. II. Prescott. Lincoln , Neb. ;
C. C. White , Valparaiso , Neb.
Evading Customs Dulles.
WASIII.VOTON , Juno 27. The collector of
customs at Corpus Christ ! , Tex. , has made a
report to the treastuy depaitmenlin icgard
to the nracllco Indulged in by iinportcis in
that district , of Importing sheep with tlio
woollm 'just prior to or durini ; the sheailng
season. By this method thu importers either
obtain the wool without payment of any duty
as in cases wheio the sheep me
admitted to fico entry /or breeding
purposes , or pay but a small per
centage of duty on the wool In eases where the
niilnrals 1110 subject to duty as such , ata rate
of ! JO per cent ad valorem. The collector
slinw.s that out of a lotal of : ,3SSI sheep im
ported tioin January 1 to March : il last , ; ! 0H1
vvero admitted tree of duty tor breeding pur
poses. ActhiK Societuiy Kalichlld has in-
stiucted thociilleutoi that whuiu uaitles make
claim to enter animals lei liieedlni' pnum-os ,
n very careful Investigation should bo made
In older to eo that bioi'dlng Is tlio uprclal
object of Impoitatlon , and when s.itNlledtlmt
such is not the case , duties should bo assessed
Forecast of Concrpss.
WASHINGTON , Juno 27. In uursnanco of
the policy agreed upon at the dcmociatic
caucus last week , Iho picsont week in tlio
house of representatives will bo devoted to
the consideration nC appiopiiatlou bills and
bills dudarliiK the forl'oituio of land grants.
Apparently insuimouiitablo parliamentary
obstacles threaten to thvvait MorrUon Iu his
dosirn to seen ro action of the house on his
resolution dhcctliiK tlio ledeiuptlon of
United States securities to tlio extent of the
trca&uty surplus. The losolutlon is not
privileged under the pnv > cnt rules of the
house , nor Is the bill piovhlhiK for the new
naval establishment , but In each case ft Is
tlio dcteiinlnatlon of the promoter to sccuio
some action by the house diiiingtbo next ten
davs If it bo within the bounds of possibility.
In tlio senate , it Is proposed to uovoto ono
day this week to the conslcleiatlon of tlio
vnto of tlio Uus Molnes i Ivor land bill and an
other to executive business , If so tuuuli time
I In I Cor < l Banco blonds ad mil ably with
Tlioy Took a Tlolcor.
On Saturday night thieves went through
the boarding house of Mrs. Hayes on
Fourteenth Mrect , between Dodge and
Capitol avenue , and secured a gold watch
and ir.27 in cash from n young man who
boarded at the house ,
Templeton & Whitney ,
HARD AND SO FT COAL AND WOOD ,
Roi > U Hpi-iiiuH , Illinois ,
and lou'a .fjof't Cual.
Oilico-218 South Rfteonth st.
Yards Eighteenth and liurd sts.
TUK WKKK INWAUIj StUIJliT.
Iinbor Troubles find Prolclit Cittfl
Cniifio JStockq to fluctuate.
Nrw YPIIK , Juno 2 * . [ tipcclal Telegram
to the BKB.J-T ho strike ot the LaVe Shore
switchmen and the cut In freight rates by the
wcstnin roads wcio tlio disturbing Inctors in
the stock mniket durlu ? tlio week , and gave
n check to the bull movement , which has
made rapid progress for some time pist. Tlio
decline which followed tlio-o events was
from 1 to 13 points In usually active shares ,
but this was succeeded by a r.illy of yt to '
points , nKlioueli speculation was imtur.illy
feverish on varying it-ports from tlio west
abnnt tlio sltu.ition . tliorc. Lnekavvanna ,
Westein Union and the Wabash w-ero con
spicuous for strength at fieipieiit Intervals ,
nnd theli strength several times checked tlio
downward current and turned the scale In
favor of recoveiy.
( lovi'inmont bonds were decidedly strongrt
nnd prices advaurod ' pur cent , partly on
account of the demand from banks ana other
financial Institutions , and partly owing to
tlio o ill for 84,000.000 of 3 jior cents by the
Hal I road mortgages were active throughout.
A fo\v of tlio speculative Interests were weak
nt lutctvals , butasa goneial thlui ! the market
was stiong , with further iippicclatlon In
piices , the advance being eipial to lour points.
I'lomlnout In the upwaul uiovemont wore
Wabash , Oregon Transcontinental , Northoin
Pacllic , SL I'.iul , South Caiollna , Mobile &
Ohio , Louisville & Nashville. , and Kansas
City & Northern Issues. Other uufavoiablo
features of the situation , such as reports of
datiugo to wheat crops Iu southern
Minnesota , a falling oil In experts -
ports of grain , nil advance In sterling
exchange and exixirtsof gold , seem to have
but little puimauenl Influence on the stock
market. Still llio labor ttoublus. slight as
they may be , create a great feeling of unuasl-
nesis , nor can business assume a sullied activ
ity as Ions as they continue to h.tiig , like the
swoul or Damocles , over onterpti.so through
out the count ty. Tlu ; stool ; maikcl , though H
has found lew ot the light shocks which must
naturally have been expected , has disulavcd a
lunurkahlo degieo ot Itimness. O\vlng to
the action ot the traders , who largely , at
times , usurped the niaiket , iiiipiu sloiis on
pilcos were made from time to time , but
theio was : ? teady outside support. The oulv
net loss of anj moment was in Union Pacific.
Coiitluucd good icpoits of i.iihoailb nil
along the line , especially those ol
the tiunk llne , must iinput : an
ciu'ouraL'Ingtono. Tlio exhibit ol the Oraiul
Tiuiik of Canada and its connections Is most
favorable. The weekly u'tuins ot gross ie\e-
nuelmniovo mogie slvelv , and show an In-
cicaso on the ( Irand Tinnk piopor eiiilvaent | !
to 35 per cent , and on the nile.itro ( tiiind
Tinnk nearly tlm same. Uotli Investnient
and speculative transaetlous have Inoieased.
The idea that thopiesent boom Is pmoly n
Chicago niaiket , tlioiiL'h Chicago bujeis ma >
have given it the oilglnal stait , Is a gav iklu-
snjn. The niaiket icsts on a stionger founda
tion than the cabals or fancies ol any clique.
AROUND ABOUT TUB CAPITAL.
1'rospcctivo Swoop or Kcpuuliunn
W.VRiiiNOTON , Juno 27. [ Special to tlio
I5ii : : . "Out ol about four thousand employes
in tliotieasury dcpaitiuent and the biiicau
under It , only between 350 and -103 liavo been
iciuovcd to make places for dcmociats since
Miuuli 4 , Ib.s5 , " said an ofllclal of that Ueait- | )
niunt tonlay. "That vou will .see Is not a very
laigo propoitionate change , " continued the
olliclal , "less than ten pel cent I bel'cve ' , and
the changes under republican administrations
have been even gicatcr after a change of
"Well , do you think there will not be more
changes before the end of the coming cam
palsn ? "
The otlleer smiled knowingly , as lie re
"I wouldn't bo surprised. In fact a vciy-
Cic.it many changes aie expected thLs sum
mer. As soon as congruss adjoin us and thu
picjident gets -omo time tor the woik he in
tends tevislng the civil seivico law , as he is
given aiitboilty , and then you may look foi
wholesale changes. Attho nioscut rale v\o
would not get near all of the old employes
out by the end ot tlio piusont presidential
term , and Mr. Cleveland was elected for the
sole pin pose ot 'turn hit ; the rascals out. '
There will bo very llbcial changes iu tlie
civil service laws. "
' To effect the incoming ot democrats or
the outgoing ot icpublicaiis ? " I asked.
"IJoth , " was the quiet leply. "In tlie first
place wo want the old fossils put out. Kveiy
oilier man or woman wo lound in the de
partments was incompetent , tiom ago or Ig
norance. Then the niles of the civil seivico
commission must be amended so as to per
mit tlio commissioner to cculty to moie than
fdiirellglbles when name.s lor an appoint-
went iu c vailed for. Wo want a do/en or
nioio names aye , all there aid. Or course ,
this will allow a pick of anpllcantsand it may
bu that more dcmociats than republicans will
come in under the moil Hied rule. In fact ,
that Is an intention ; but it simply e.'uries out
a party pledge. "
inn CO.VOIIP.SSIOXAI , CAXII-AION.
From what one heais tiom tlio democrats
and lomiblicans allko in tlio lower house of
congress , neither parly is anxious lor tlio
contiot of thai body two years hence. Neither
seems to want to assume the lesponslbillty ot
the notion and inn the risk ot losing in the
piealdentlal campaign. If thocamnaign was
let ! to the congressmen this fall it is piohahlo
tberoloio that It would rnnlooso at both ends.
It behooves the people , under the olicuin-
stances , to take tlie matter In hand. Tlio mi
nority in the house always has the easier
time ot it , and any laxity will indicate u do-
Biro to shirk losronslbllity and duty.
The postmaster general yesterday ap
pointed Albeit - 1) . Kvans postmaster
nt Klwood , Oosper county , vlco
Aithm U. Day. le.signcd : K. F. I'eily , nt
Cheslerlleld , 1'olk county , la. , vlco 11. U.
Maycs , resigned.
Tiir.uAii.noAn TAX miT
Tha house yesteiday agiccd lo a conference
rcpoit on the bill to compel all land
grant lallroads to pay the cost of
bin voy and conveyance of mini , ami give the
light to states and teirltmles to tax lands
within the giant. The bill , as originally
parsed , applied only to Kansas but was
amended so as to take in allland gi.intioadi.
It Is aimed especially at the Union , Coiitial
and Noithern 1'acilio loads , and will Kittle
the 1'iail county , Dakota , tax dilllculllus.
FOII riim : ron.vrro.
"Whatever Is done in tlm way of revising
thcitaiUl by this 01 fntino eongiess , ono
tiling is certain , and that Is that thotax will
bo wholly oijmiliallv removed tram tobacco , "
said a Now Voik inunibei ot Iho hoiihO to
day. "I liavo been obsurving , especially In
the past two yeais , a stiontr drill In that
dlrertion. Alieady the south Is solid tor 10-
piiallnt ; the tobncco tax , and many new con-
\ortsiuo In the noiHi , east and west , in
neailyovoiy movement on thu subject of tax
or questions alft-utlng a section tlio south ro-
cul\esH iiledgo from oilier sections in tavor
of lepeallng what IH most oiinoxiom to li
the tobacco tax. KvenMr. Itamlall In with
them ; and Mr , Morrison and other leaders
located In the noith. It IK my judgment that
thcro will bu no tax on tobacco when thu
piusont presidential teim hasuxplU'd ; and it
may bo buloic ,
JIOIIIC AllOUr ADJOUnXMKNT.
Con cross vvl 11 undoubtedly adloinn betwern
tlio 12th and I'Jth of July piuhably on tlio
liillcr day. Tlio pullbac-k haa been \vith llm
house. Members of that body hayo been
anxious to wvura nonsld."iatlon ot nu-asuiL's
local to their constituents , and have refused
to go ahead without tliuir wishes wcro con-
sidoiod. Now Ihoyo.xpiessH willingm-ss to
JHS.S Un appiopilations , tomu land loifeit-
uics , and then go homo , lisklnif tint unror-
talntles of Iho nine weeks' session next win
ter to get thiough thelnii-ts.
I'lukcd a l'ookotlonU.
An eM'M-ly jrcntiomau named Junkins ,
who wns en route from caftorn Iowa to a
homo in Nebraska , mot with a serious
loss in this city ynstcrduy , Ho was at tlio
St , Jautas hotfll and took out His pocket-
bookaud laid it on llm table for reference
to homo data for a letter which ho was
writing , lie wont to mail liis loiter , and
reluming found that his pockothooK ,
contaiuinfc-TUr.and some valuable jjajtcrs ,
had been btoloii , There is no chu > to the
Mr. W II Hecscn , JJaltimoio , Md , ,
was cured of rheumatism l > i tissnj ; bt.
APULL DAY FOR CEREALS ,
Trading in Wheat Light , Witli Something
of a Drop in Prices.
THE PROSPECTS FOR MONDAY.
Kvrrj thing Depended onVlint the
Doctonto la tlio VUlblo Stipplj
Amounts to lroMOMS Actlvo
Hut li < mci- .
CH1CAOO OU A IN" ai
CntrAoo. .luno Ort. ( Special Telegram to
the HruJVIIIAT Wliont was atupldlj
dull to-day and seemed to lia\e no mind of
ItsovMi , The room traders v oio Incllncil to
feel bullish nt the oH'iiiin | % nrtliiK Upon weix
t her nd vireslilcli \\ero tint \\hollj fnvor-
nble , but there scomoil so much um stntl for
sale nbo\ * r > o for AugiHt that tfic olTorl to
boosl was given up us a bul job vorj onrly In
thodny , nml frmn It n in. until the close
pilcessngm-doff In nil aimless Kind uf way
from Too until they touched T-IKc , where thuy
slopped. This wns Just nbout Imlfny be
tween puts nnd call" , so it was nobody's vic
tory , nnd in fuel nobody seemed to caio
whether It was or not. Monday's mniket
w 111 depend a cooil deal upon what now MU-
prlso the visible supply st.ttmiioiit nmy ha\o
In store for the boys provided nothing else
newtmiusup. Thu guiMu-s sot It do\\n \ nt
about liOO)00 ! ( ) busliols deciensi ) l-'oi mjsolf ,
.is an nmnteur statistician without stniullng ,
tills pncssN too low. Hut wo'll - > oo what \\o
see. No ono has In the lasl month ooeu able
to come within u'liusliot of tlio olllcl.d Humes
nnd the possibilities iniiKO all tlio \ \ afiom
600,000 to : tOuoOJO. This m.ikoIt luteiestlmt.
Any wide varlunco trom llm generally ac
cepted Idea wimlil , however , all ect tliem.irkut
and It alight bo well for the c intoiosteil to
keep their weather i-yo on the nooncl.iy cnn ,
which will bolKi'il bj thoH'ciot.iry. 'lliero
was nothing UKcn toroxpoit to day , nnd no
slL'iisol Inqiiny lot cash stall \\ere uoUjil In
this matkut. Diihith is shipping \\licut
hvavll ) , but until the ti.ulo I > IID\\S whuthvr
this stutl Isijoluc to stay nt the se.ibo.iul or
land across the water , the Inlliieme of the
oiiUsntil movement will bo small. 11 vessel
loom liuio w.ns not so scaice. there nil ht
liUMiiiiu KOOII business \\orkuilliii thlttym
forty ilu > s. ' shipment , but .H It K available
botlonib , uo wanting ; uul tr.ule laniiiislio.s ; in
coiiMMUH'iii'e. Our htook ii'inaius nt oxer
S.OOO.UiO. and the bulls , still have to canj the
load at the into ot I' ' o pei month. Kstl-
mnteil lecelpls foi Momlav sue iwenty-thioo
caisol wla-at. Uncointno estimate is.i'JJ
card. The iiKiilvot uns niicliainuil all day.
I'liovisioNs lutho luovlslon list thosamo
activiU ebaractuiihticol l-'ildni's ami 'I'liius-
ilny's tutduif , ' was n ieatuto ugaln to-il.i ) , inul
the aiMltlonnl excitement ot a i.ipid bioak ot
liOciib.urL'l in poik was uildeil by tlio 111,111-
aKoment without extra ehaiRu to thnso holil-
int ; lost'ived heats Xotnitlistaudlnt ; this
Kood slud dioii. jn Ices at the
eloso to-day , whii-li was also the
bottom , weio enl ) Sa below josleuliij's.
this uuilalnlj iloos not look iinhi'.illlij , for
tlielDiiS'picclpltatcd tlm IniMk tliemsel\os
b > selllnt ; out on tlm bulse. Tlieie Is no con-
ccjllnt : the patent tact that ho lecelptsnto
cettiiiKeij .small , eonsldeilni ; the ntliai-tho
piices. anil if thu eotuiti v is skinned It Is time
wo weio limllng it out. I'ethais tlie next
week's i mi may osceed the v.sllinati ! , which
Is HO.OOU head. Koi Mondaj , UO.OOO.
Now York. June 2C. MONET On call
easy at 1 ( < M DOI cent.
Pimn : MnitcAXiiLB 1'Ai'EU 4@5 per
: -Unchanged ; actual
rates § 4. lor sixty ilajs , and
Go VIU.\MINIS : : Quiet but llrm , with 3s
nominally lower nnd others iincliaiiKCil.
SI'OCKS Stocks iiresontcd no tcntnro of In-
teiest , Thcie was lair business in tlio morTi-
ing hours but altei that time all inli'icst in
tlio transactions ceased , Them was still a
slight rally tow aids the close. The market
STOCKS ON WXM , 8TUICBT.
sn cent bonus. . . U.
U.S. I'tf's nrefonoiU. .
Now 4's N. Y. C
1-aciHcO'sof ' 9j. 12(5 ( Oiegon Trail. . .
Central i'acilie . I'acilio Mall
C.tfcA nreferred. . . . 150 fotf ! ± : : : : :
. Kock Islann. . . .
D. L.V \ 132 > t St. L. ttS. K. . . .
D.JfcU.G 15Jfi ; morenod. . .
Brio 3S' * 0. , M. &St. I' . . .
preft'nod. . . . G.J'.j'l nrufcried. .
Illinois Central. K'J ' ! .St. I1. iO
I. , JJ. & W. 2-JJfi pruferreu. . .
Kansas itToxus. ! tH4 Texas I'actic. | . .
LakeShore Union I'acilic. . .
LI. & N \V. , at. L. & ! > . .
Micb.Centi.il. . . . W profcrrod. . .
Mo. I'acilic 107 Western Uniou
Nortliern 1'ac. . . 1
piofurred. . .
Chloa o , Juno 20. Flour Dull ; un-
iinehaiiL'td ; winter wheat Hour , S-.25O )
4.50 ; southern , S.7.- ! ( < tl.2. ; Wisconsin , 84.00(3 (
4.a5 ; .Michigan , soft-ijuingwlieat. S.i1.50il.7.5 ( ! : ;
MinnL"iOta baliUls' , Sl.25a,75 ! : ) : pati'lit.s ,
SJ.IOtal.75 : low grades , SI.7.1@3."i ; lye
Iloiiri let at SJ.'JO J.bO in bbls , sa.2i3. ) o
Wheat Opened linn ; closed wcalt at J < @
)4C ) tielow vesteulav's ulos.ng ; cash , 72J c ;
July , We ; Augu-jt , 745 < c.
Corn Quiet : steady ; cash , ZlcJuly } \ ,
34 ; v4'Bc ; AuKiistio : > fic ,
O.us Dull : not mateilally changed : cash ,
2Wc ; July , ttf'/e ; August , 2Cc.
ityii ( Jiilotiilnsc.
liailuv Dull at SOftVte.
Timothy 1'iimo , 51.70@l.TJ ; nothing
Pork Unsettled ; active aUrrogiiIarprlee.s ;
casli , S9.CU ; July , S'J.OOiaO.S-K ; August , S'J.M
haul About sleadv ; cash and July , SO.U5
( ftfl.37i < : August , SO.tiS'j/.O.iiTK'
Hull : Moats ( inlet ; unchanged ; shouldcre.
S.vaW" ) . 'i" > ; shoit clear , 80.15Qjo.30 ; short
' ' '
Ili'itto'r Sc'aico ; creamery , 13215c ; dairy ,
"Clu-eso riim ; good demainl ; full cream
cluiddais , ( JU.nl ( . > ic : Hats , 7f < 7j.fo ; Yount ;
Aiuericas , 7 ftso ; skims , . ( iJ.'l c.
llnlcs I nchangcd.
Ucculpt * . Kliijniieiits.
Flour , bbl.i 0,000
Wlleat , bu J'J.iXK ) .
Corn , mi l-M.ooo 217,000
Oats.bu 91,000 tu.ooy
Ityo.nu : i , < WO l.ooo
lunoybu. ) l.OW j.ioa
Ht. ijoiilH.JunoSO.Vheat \ About stcaily ;
No , 3 ted. cash , bOu ; July , 7JfJo. ! )
Corn-Steady : No. 3 mixed , cash , BOKIl
6Vs No tiadiuK ; No. 3 mixed , casli , noiu-
Jnal at ayitS'A1. '
Whisky Finn at SI.10.
J/aid-Fiim at S .00' < J0.05.
Huitei Aleut steady ; cicamcry , inQlfic ;
dairy , lli'jnic.
ijlveriiool.Juno . 20. Wheat Steady ; poor
Coin Dull and lower ; new mixed west-
em ls3Xd jiercontal ,
JCnnRn Clly , Juno CO. Wheats-Quiet ;
No 3 , cash , ( We bid ; Julyro c bld.oyo asKcd ;
August ( iOc bid , O'Jcaskeil.
Corn .Strong ; No. 8. ufisli , ! Mo bid , 3'i > Jo
asked ; July 30'icbid ' ; August 370 bid , 'JT c
Now OrloiiiiH , Juno "C , Ilpg pioc'ui'ts '
Hi uier but nut quotably hlshoi ; goot
a hliuile hlglii'i ; 1101 If , i > 'J.75 ' : I in
bulk me.its , tiliouldeu , $ ; i.UU ) ; long
fcf > .b7K ; clear ribs. SO.oo.
Corn Mciil-Jiasler alS'i.l" .
Now York , Juno 20. Wheat- . . .
27,000 , cM'Jittf. 101,100 ; c-a > Ji steady and
nulet , MhlijM'iH | hiMiiIiii ! oil ; options oj ,
btioiit ; , ailvaiKM'd HC.Wi . | terwiiulb _ nikd
Vy in cluvalfir : July vluard nttfxc.
Oats A ibadu Ix-ttor but iulet ; joccijit * .
lO.iKxi ; ( imports , 2.0X ) : mlxoil v > eileru , & " "
ya \ ivlil'p wu'.t"n ! , 'fifaHe.
I' troh-um Kl.m : Unilnl clowdatCOc.
l'i il. . 'inier but rjuiiil ; otil tnuas , qur'
at lW ' ! . " > ' , r w. 1JIft10 < tU.'J5.
ii.uu I'lH-i'd ' 'inn , closlni ; W
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