Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, June 16, 1887, Page 2, Image 2
'l.H'-TO ij fyi > BfrMn > B3JTS . ' " ' 4 < l " * * . - . -atfta.i.fci1" ! * ' " " " " 2 THE OMAHA DAILY Bfffl ! THURSDAY. JTJNE 1C , 1887. OUTPLAED AT EVERY POINT , The Omaha Gladiators Defeat the Sluggers From Haw City. HEALEY'S PUZZLING CURVES. Bnao n/ill Elsewhere Tlio Stnto Spnrtmncn'a Shoot nnd Convcn- tlon--Yc itor < lny's Score K vents of the Turf. The Cowboys Captured. " When the Omaha team -made Its southern trip u few weeks ngo Maunder Phllbln wrote home Hint Dooms , who was then pitching for Leaven win th.waa the only man In the south * crn circuit whoso delivery was too much tor the Omaha gladiators. Dooms Is now with the Kansas City club , nnd occupied the box in that team's contest with the Omahas at Association park yesterday afternoon , and the manner In which ho was slugged would Indicate that the collators have made a re markable Improvemunt In their batting. Such 1 * the caso. They found Dooms for nineteen lilts , with a total of twenty-eight bases , and the hitting of tlio homo team was only ono feature of the game. Their work In every respect was super'or ' toanythlnit bcforo done by them this season. Healoy occupied the box for thcOmahns and pitched a remarkably good game , striking out cluht men and con fining the cowboys to \\cho hits. Ills de livery was speedy and puz/llng. IIo was well bupportcd. llandlo caught Urn tlret Inning with his old-time style. In the second Inning hemet met with a painful accident. ilcKeou was at tbe bat and reached tor ono ot llealey'a fearful down shoots. He made a foul tip which canaht llandlo In the face , the ball forcing its way Into the oyohole ot the mask with fearful force and closing Handle's left eye. He was knocked down nnd WAN uu- consclous tor several minutes. 'Ills Injuries consist of a badly bruised eye and several loose teeth. ITarter was substituted and caught an excellent game. The visitors were out-played at every point , the game resulting in a victory for the home team by a score ot 17 to 7. Tno score in detail Is ait follows : I'JIIST INMNO , Omaha Swift dropped a lly to center Hold. Walsh and Dwycr hit safe but died on bases , JlosBltt retiring at tint by Klnzlo's assist and Komko on a pop lly to short. Kansas Clly ifcKcon fanned out. Mun- nlng bit to right and scored on Bingo's lilt , llassaman being caught at second by Handle. Slansell rapped the sphere for a two-bagger. Klngo was caupht at home trying to score on passed ball , HF.COKD INNIXO. Omaha llandlo made first on Manning's error at fihoit , got third on Bailor's hit and scored on Healoy's sacrifice. ( Jenlns wnnt to first on balls and Under scored on Swift's long fly to center wblch was captured. Walsh made a home run and brought Uounis in. Dwycr drove a grounder over second bale and Messltt retired at llrst. Kansas City Klnzlo hit to left. Crane retired - tired at first by Kourko's assist. Mappls took llrst by being lilt. Dooms struck out and McKoon drove a little grounder down to Dwyer and retired. Omaha Kourko drove a line flr to left and scored on llarter's two-bagger , llarter came homo on leader's lly to center. Uenlns truck out and llcaloy retired at tlrst by Dooms' assist Kansas City Manning's high fly was nipped by Messltt , Hassaman bunted the ball to llealey and retired at first Klngo lilt a grounder to center and died at second , Man- lit * cell irolna out at llrst on Swift's cleverstop of * a daisy cutter and assist. FOUIlTir INNING. Omaha Swift went out at tint on second's assist and Walsh followed his example. Dwyer made a place hit to right and Messltt retired on a fly to center. Kansas City Kliule gave Hcaley a tip-up and retired at first. Crane got first on Swift's fumble of an easy grounder and scored on Alapnls' hit overftccond base. Dooms struck out and Mappla scored on McKeon's daisy cutter past second. llcKeon scored on passed oall , Manning tiled out to center , Hassaman made tlrst on Walsh's muff ot a tip-up and Itlngo atruck out. FIFTH INNING. Omaha Hourke hit to left nnd scored on llarter's throe-bagger to the same field , Bader wai > caught at lint by third's assist Genlns hit safe to left , scoring llarter , and came homo htmneu on a succession of wild throws that were made In a frantic effort to head him off at the various bases , llealey i struck out and Swift fouled out. . SIXTH INNING. i Omaha Walan went outat first by second's assist. Dwyerls long fly to the left was cap tured. Messit's lly to the center was muffed , giving him first. Uourka bunted ono to Dooms and failed to reach Drat. Kansas City Doom's line lly to toe center was captured by Uonlns. McKcon drove a grounder to Swift and failed to reach urst Manning bit to center , llossawan waa put out at first by Walsh's assist SKVJt.lTIl INMN6. Omaha Hatter's long fly to the center was muffed , giving him second base and a score on Barter's two-bagger. Genln's tip to center was captured but gave Dader a score , llealey 1 dropped a lly to center. Swift hit to left , 1 Walsh struck out , Kansas City Klngo and Mansell strnck out and Klnzlo retired on a long fly to right ( which was captured by Messltt after a long , bard run. KtOIITH I.VNIXO. Omaha Dwyerstruck out Messltt retired at first by short's assist Itourke struck out. Kansas City Crane went to urst on ball * . Dooms went out on a fly to Swift Mappis truck out and McKcon dropped a fly to Bwltt with the usual result. NINTH INNIKO. In this Inning the Omahas began slugging Dooms and soon piled up six runs. Tbo Kansas Cltys succeeded in adding two to their list , ending the game. The official f pore Is aa follows : _ OMAJIA. . ros , xn. u. In. TII. us. ro. A. K. Jtarter ( . Banidlef e l l o n o a i o Bader If Oenlna . . . . . . .m5 3 340100 llealey p 5 l i l o l 10 a Totals. . . . . 51 17 19 ! M a i7 ! 18 8 KAK. CITY. POS. AD. It. In. TU. B8. PP. A. KJ kcKeon ib 5i i I o ia oj Manning M 5 a 3 3 l o a l llawainan..rf Klngo. If 5 I 3 U 0 4 0 1 Mansell m Totals . 43 7 ia 13 5 28 17 7 8C01IK IIY INNINGS. Omaha . 0 4303030 0 11 Kansas City. , . . . .1 0 04 _ 0 0 0 o a i SVMMAIIY. Hans earned Omaha 0. Kansas City 3. Two base bits Switt , llarter , Bader , Gen- Ins and Manuel ) . Ttitee-baso hit llarter. Uome rim Walsh. Left on bases Omaha 7 , Kansas City 8. Struck out lloiiloy a. Dooms 5. liases on balls llealey 3 , Dooms 1. liases for hitting man with bull llealey 1. Wlldpltches-Healey 1. liases stolen Omaha 3 , Kansas City 5. Tltuo of game 3 hours ana so minutes. Umpire Hunt > TO-IJAY'S OAMK. The following is the batting order for to city's game : Omaha. Positions. Kansas Cltv. Krehtnoyer . Catcher . Hin > ro Bartton . Pitcher . Nicholas D vry er . 1 s t base . Me Ke o n Hwfft . 3d base . Crane Kourke . 3d base . Konik Walsh . Short Stop..J. Manning Bader. . . . . Left Field . Llllli ( Jenlns . Center Field . Manse ! lUght Field . Uasjamti Leavenworth Severely DENVTH , June 13. [ Special Telegram to the UKK. The initial Donver-LeaveuworU rawo to-day was witnessed by about ax people. As far as the visitors were concerned It was limply fugging match. Welch dk iwrac good work , but otherwise the playlns was exceedingly poor. The home dub playet ae of the eest xautn they Lave this season ukla * net ft slagle error and scorlag M bit : fl C yUaHuaec * , wblcU s the kighct nailo by any Western league club this year. [ 'ho score : ) enter. . 3 8 0 3 5 0 a 2 5-29 . .cuvon worth . . . . 1 000300 t ! 3 8 llaso hits Denver .TS , Leavenworth 17. Errors Denver 0. Leavcnworth t' . Huns arncd Denver 17 , Lcavenworth 8. Two laso hits Smith , Tt-heau , McSorloy , SllchS , Ivan. Uorman 3 , Curtis , Drlschel 2 , Sproat , Wclcii , 1'coples , FltMlminons. Thrco basu ills Kyan. O'Neill. Jlomo runs Gorman , tyan. Welrn , Tebcau. Uascs on balls Sproat B , Fltzftlmmon * 7. 1'asswl balls rXelll 1 , Welch 0. Struck out Sproal 0 , 'luslrnmons 1. Left on Uasrs Denver 13 , < eavenworth 8. Wild pitches Fltzslin- rnousS , fjlncoln Dcl'ontH Topckn , LINCOLN , Neb. , Juno 14. | Special Tele gram to the BKE.J Topeka met Lincoln for ho llrst tlmo on the grounds of the latter uid was an easy victim for the homo team. The game was well played on the part of ioth clubs and characterised by torrlllc bat ting by the homo club. Jtown lifted the spheroovcr the fence In an adjoining ward and scared a homo run. Hart and lioover were the Lincoln battery , and Conway and Gunson for the visitors , The score by In nings was : Uneoln . 0 3070040 4 17 lopelca . 0 111 3130 1-10 National Longim Onmca. I'lTTsnuito , June 13. The gama between the Plttsburg and Detroit teams to-day re sulted as follows : Detroit . 0 0301350 * 11 1'lltsburg . 0 00000013 3 Wtchors Uot/eln and Morris. I5aso hits Detroit 1C. I'lttsbur * U. Krrnrs-l'Itts- burg 5. Detroit 5. Umnlro Doescher. CIIICAOO , June 15 The game between the Chicago and Indianapolis teams to-day ro- fiiltud as follows : Chicago . 0 U0300001 3 Indianapolis . 1 00000001 U I'ltclwrs Ualdwln and Bovlo. Haso hits Chicago 7 , Indianapolis 13. Errors Chlcaeo 2 , Indianapolis 5. Umpire Pierce. BOSTON , Juno 15. The game between the Boston and Washington teams to-day resulted as follows : Washington . 0 0350510 * 13 Boston . 0 4 Pitchers Whitney and Hadboiirno. Base il s Washington 21 , Boston 13. Krrors Washington 3 , Boston a Umpire Holland. NKW VOIIK , June 15. The same between the Now York and Philadelphia teams to-day resulted as follows : New York . 0 1 1 3 8 8 4 C 3 29 Philadelphia . 1 00000000-1 Pitchers Tlernan and Keofo for New York ; Casey aud Daily for Philadelphia. Base hits Now York . " > ' ) , Philadelphia 4. Krrors Now York 5 , Philadelphia 8. Um pire Powers. The Anicrloau Aoonclntlon. NEW YOIIK. Juno 15. The game between Metropolitan and Louisville to-day resulted as follows : -onlsvlllo. . 3 31010031 0 Metropolitan . 1 10110030 C Pitchers Kamsov and Shaffer. Base hits Loulsvlllo 10 , Metropolitans 11. Krrors Loulsvlllo 5 , Metropolitans 7 , Umpire tannings. Pim.ADKLrmA , Juno 15. The game between - tween the Athletics and Cleveland to-day re sulted as follows : UhlRtlcs . U 0103130 3 18 Cleveland . 0 03001301 0 Pitchers \Ve > hmg and Daly. Base hits Athletics 23. Cleveland 11. Errors Ath letics 5 , Cleveland 5. Umpire Knight. BALTIMOUK , Juno 15. The game between Baltimore and St. Souls to-day resulted as follows : Baltimore. . 0 00000110 2 St. Louis . 3 2300010 * 0 Pllchers-Smlth nnd Foutz. Base hits- Baltimore 8 , St. .Louis 10. Errors Balti more 8 , St Louis 5. Umpire McQuade. BHOOKLYN , Juno 13. The game between Brooklyn and Cincinnati to-day resulted as 'ollows : Brooklyn . 0 00200000 3 Cincinnati . 0 3100003 * 0 Pitchers Porter and Smith. Base hits Brooklyn 11 , Cincinnati 11. Errors Brook- yn3 , Cincinnati 1. Umpire Ferguson. The Sportsmen's Tournament. The attendance at yesterday's shooting tournament was much larger than that of the opening day. The shooting was also better than on the first day. The contests resulted as follows : THK FIFTH COHTKST. Champion team gold medal of the Nebraska State Sportsmen's association , presented by Pforzholmer , Keller A Co , , through E. Hal- lett , of Lincoln , Neb. Teams of two , ten blackbirds to each man , eighteen yards rise ; ties on three to each man , same distance. Entrance. 80.00 par team , birds Included. The medal to remain trio property of the Nebraska State Sportsmen's association , but the team winning It may retain It by giving satisfactory guaranty that it will be forthcom ing at the next tournament to b shot for as herein provided , the team so holding It to be entitled to the entrance fees next i ear. Any clnb may .designate as many teams as they desire for tuls contest iiKconn. Score Won by Lincoln team at Lincoln , Juno 13 , 1833 . .18 Won by Tekemah team at Plattsmouth , Juno 13 , 1884 . 17 Not contested for. 1885. Won by Omaha Una club , 1880 . 13 OMAHA OUN cr.un. Kennedy. . . . ' . . l llliotlll 9 t.ane . . . 1 111011110 8-17 HASTINGS OUN CLUIt. Weers . I 110111111-0 F. CrablH . 1 011110111 8-17 BI.AIlt 0 N CT.TTB. Clarldcfl . . . . / . 0000100001 3 E. F. Cook . 1 11011 0101-7-14 STANTON rurN cxun. Barnes . . . . .0 lOliiilll 8 Bain . . . . .0 lioooilll C 14 8TANTON OUN CIAJB. Ackerman. , . 1 111011001 7 Brown . 1011 lllll 1-9-10 STANTON OUN CI.UH. Ilenkle . 0 Olllioiio 0 Jones . 1 lioiioill 8 14 OATK CITY OUN CI.UB. Xeller . 0001 110110-5 Haarman . 1 lOlllloiO 7-13 OUAHA OUN CI.U1) . Umcker . 1 101111001 7 Woods . 7 011011101 7-14 QATK CITY QUN CI.UD. Knapp . 1 111011011 8 llobon . 1 001010011 0 14 I.EKEVKU OUN GLUTS. Nason . 1 1-10001001 5 Burgess . 1 010001111- T.CFKVKII OUN CI.UB. Fitchett . 0 111010010 0 Chrlstler . 1 100111011- OMAHA OUNCI.Un. Petty . , l 111100111 8 Brewer . , . t 111111101- OUAUA UUN Cf.UB. Ellis . 1 101011111 8 Kay . 0 110011101- OUAUA SPORTSMEN'S CI.UH. Krug . l 01110011 l ,7 Halo . 1 11101111 0810 I.INCOIJI SrORTSMKN'j CLUU. GlldorsUeve. . 0 101111111 8 Smith . 0 011011011 6-14 OUAUA OUN CI.UB. Penrose . 1 11111111 1-10 Uardln . 1 11101111018 Won by Pean e and lianlin of the Omaha Qua club. The jatraow KCBI | ! (9 Ccnnedy and Lane , who won the medal last year. THK SIXTH CONfF.ST. Twelve illnoHocksv 18 yardsrlso. Entrance 85.00 , birds Included. Four moneys 40 , ! X ) , JO and 10 per cent. Llughes 1 00000000111 4 J. Crablll 1 11100101111 0 Uudd 1 1111111111 0-11 White I 01111000111 8 Howly 011100111111-0 Maysi-nt 1 0101111111 1 10 Jook 0 10100U11100 5 llergorsen 0 10001111111 8 Kennedy 0 10011010010 5 Jlarideo 0 10001000010 3 Skinner 1 11011011010 8 Williams 1 0111111111 0-10 Weers o looioioilio 0 F. Crablll 0 10011001101 0 I'lnld 0 00001011000 3 Humphries 1 01101100010-0 Barnes 1 11001101011 8 Oeorce. ; 0 11100101000-5 Ackerman 0 1111011111 1 10 Xeller 1 01011110010 7 llrown 011111011110-0 Brucker 0 11011011011 8 Haarman 0 1111101110.1 0 Hnyder 1 01001101000 5 Knapn 0 10011011011 7 Dakota 0 11111011001 8 Petty I 11000111111 II Ponroso 0 1111111111 1 11 Hardlu 1 11011011100-8 ( illdcrsleevo 0 10000011001 4 Smith 1 01001111001 7 Budd and Penrose divided first money ; the toxlancoof the ties will bo shot off this atter- noon. THK SEVENTH CONTEST. Four pair live birds , twenty-one yards rlso , Humphries. 1 001010 0-3 llughos 1 l-r , Parmalee 1 110110 0-0 Williams I 111111 0-7 Haarman 1 011111 0-0 Drcoto 1 100111 1-f ! liotlman 1 111001 l-il Den i l 000100 0 2 J. Crablll 1 1 8 Uarncs 0 1-5 Smith 1 111301 0-0 Falkner 0 011011 1-5 Ackorman 0 010111 1 5 Urown 1 110101 1-0 Hlnkol 1 011111 1 7 Cook 0 10011 0 0 3 Hergerson l 1111011-7 K. Crabill l 001111 n-5 Uudd 1 011101 1 C llowloy 0 1 7 Xeller 1 0-0 Skinner. r 1 1 1 1 0 0 I 1-0 Kennedy. 1 0 I 0 1 1 1 0 5 Woolsey u 111010 1 5 West l 1011110-0 Tucker I 011101 1 r , lltrble l 1 8 McLaughlln 1 011001 1 5 Craig 0 011101 1 5 Patrick l 1 7 Bruckor 1 1100001 4 Aldrich 0 111111 0 7 Evans 1 0 l 1 0 0 l 1 6 Krmj 1 001100 1-4 J. Crablo and Uublo divided first , 374.80. Ties on 7 for second , miss and out : Williams 0 1 Hinkol l 1 Bergersen l l Kawley 0 1 Patrick 1 0 Jlinkcland Burncison dIUdod SM5.10. Ties on 5 for fourth miss and out : Falknor 1 1 Kvans l o Barnes 1 0 Ackenmm l l F.Crabill l o Kenneddy 0 0 Woolsey 0 l McLauglln 0 0 Cialit 1 0 Falkner and Ackerman divided fourth gis.70. Ties on 0 for third miss and out : Hushes 1 ill I'armalee l ill llaannan l 100 Decoto 0 0 Hoffman 1110 Smith 0 1 Urown 0 0 Budd 1 111 Teller 1 0 Skinner 0 0 West 1 0 Tucker 1110 Aldrlch 0 0 lluiches , Parinelee aud Budd divided third 837.40. BI'KOIAI , MATCH. Parmalee and lloliau shot a special match for& > 0a side against Uudd aud Hughes. The score resulted In a tlo on 14 at ten birds for each man , and In a tie on 8 at six birds tor each man. In the third shoot Budd and Hughes won , killing eleven birds of a pos sible twelve , while Parmalee and ilohan cap tured but ten. The Sportsmen's Convention. The Nebraska State Sportsmen associa tion held its thirteenth annual convention In the parlors of the Millard house last evening at 9 o'clock. There were some twenty-five delegates In attendance representing the Omaha and Gate City Gun clubs , of Omaha ; the Teka- rnah Sportsmen's club , of Tekamah , Neb. , and the Hastings Gun arid Game clnb , of Hastings , Neb. President W. U. S. Hughes was In the chair. The first business In order was the reading of a list of the delegates by Secretary George E. Kay. Mr. Brucker then made a motion that n committee of three on credentials bo ap pointed. The chair appointed Messrs. Bardwoll. of Tekamah , and General Smith and John Zeller , of Omaha , and they reported that they found the follow ! ng clubs represented and delegates elected to this convention from each club respectively , to-wlt : The Tekamaha Sportsmen's club : Messrs. C. E. Bardwcll , J. M. McLauzh Iln , J. K. Beard , W. S. Craig and G. E. Atwater. Bastings Gun and Game club : Messrs. J. C. Weors. A. Beach , J. Gardner , W. U. Hayden - den and J. Doty. Omaha Gun clue : Messrs. II. B. Kennedy. W. C. Ellis , J. Fields , U. A. Worley and G. F. Bruckor. South Omaha Gun club : Messrs. ' A. J. Hobom , J , Zellor , P. Simpson , F. Pflaglng and F. Uarinan. , The minutes of the last annual meeting , held at Omaha , June 11 , ItWO.-were then read and approved. ' - - ' The next business In order was. 'the pro posals and election of new members- The following applications- < momber- shlps , accompanied by the initiation fee , were presented : The Le Fever Gun club , of Omaha : the Stanton Gun club , of Stanton , Neb. , and the Prairie Gun club , of C larks ; NOD. On motion of General G. S. Smith the rules were suspended and the above clubs de clared members of the association. : > A communication from tne tnm club of South Omaha , notifying the association of the change In the name of that organiza tion to the Gate City Gun club , was read aud on motion the change noted on the books of the association. Mr. Smith made a motion that the secretary be authorized to correspond with Mr. Jen nings , ex-treasurer of the association , and request him to remltbalnnce In bis possession due said association. Carried. The secretary of the Lefever Gun club presented credentials of the following list ot delegates elected to this convention : W. D. Towusend , Elmer Clark. It N. Burgess , W. E. Mason andC. A. Abercromble. The secretary of the Prairie Gun club furnished delegates for the following delegates - gates : E. A. Ulchardson , W. 11. Clark , William Douzlas , It li. Doulas and Davis < Ulchardson. On motion of Mr. Brucker both deleca- , tions were seated In the convention. , On motion of General Smith the conven tion adjourned until this evening at 8 o'clock sharp , when the annual election ot officers will take place and the place tor holding the next annual election decided upon. BTKAY SHOTS. During a large catherlnu of gunners and sporting men at the sporting headquarter * of Penrose & Hardln , corner of Thirteenth and Dodge streets , last ovenlnt. Frank Parmeloo wade the crack that he could beat any man man In the city , .25 double rises , 31 yards , llvo birds , for 3100 a side. J. J. Hardln snapped up the offer like a hungry trout gobbles a gray hnckle , aod a forfeit ot Si" was posted with C. B. Lane. The shoot will take place Friday altornoon , Uardln to narno Ms man to-day. There Is much talk among the visiting sportsman as to the ability of several of their number to down the local crack uttbt , Mr. U. A. I'en rose , at any style and fos any amount It la quite probable that several ot these ambitious shots will be accommodated with matches with the gentleman before the close ot the tournament , and for whatever number ot money they see proper to designate. Tne state championship badge which waa won In 1M by Messrs. Kennedy and Lane WM contested for yesterday afternoon by sixteen teama and wa * takta by Mtwa. Pcnroso and llftnllh.liy a score of IS out ot a possible 20 , there. tiMntr several tics In 17. Charles Budd , wlttrclalms to be the chain * plon win * shot of tlio United States , and who Is In attendance at the tourney , shot Lord Graham , chatnnlou of England , In Jer sey. on the 1st "of January , lbS7 , each killing bQ birds wit ot 100 , but both were afraid to shoot ott tliA tie. U U well worth aUrip to the Fair grounds to see Budd and fVitroso shoot. They are both dandle * with Hit gun , and no mistake. The C. E. May lift diamond badge , valued at SrflO , will bo shot tor to-day at U:30 : p. in. Open to members ot the association. A majority of tlio live birds seem to have been poorly orife d. Many of them are sliovcu Into the Ulyt more dead than alive , nnd the vorli f/tyro'Dught to grass from six to eight out ot'ten. n ' ' Amonc tlioiiiota < v * national reputation participating in tli6 tournament might bo mentioned C. W. Budd of Dos Mnlncs ; 11. A. Penrose , Omaha I S. A. Turker of Merldcn. Conn. ; "Bob White" Belolt , WK , P. Bcrcensen , Choyunno , Wvo. C. 0. Williams. Missouri Valley , la , , John Huges , Fends , la. , and J. Crabill , Clarlnda , la. Besides these , there are stars at the trap and In the field of a lesser magnitude with out number. To witness the crack shots nt the fair grounds grass llvo birds and sinasli liuint- mate targets , ono would Imagine no very great amount of skill Is required. But step to the score and try It , and It will bo found that the very refinement of dexterity , quick and unerring vision , the steadiest of nerves tuid a cool head and stout heart arc all neces sary to prevent being made the butt of ridi cule and a laughing stoclft > The weather has been all that could bo de sired for the shoot , notwithstanding early In the afternoon , these brlitht sunshiny days. the light has not been conducive of great scores. Nevertheless they are being made , nnd all those Interested in the cun and field sports generally who do not attend are miss ing an .opportunity but seldom ottered In a lite time. The management Is thorough and every facility for enloying the rare sport is assured to visitors. Budd makes a picture when ho steps to the scoro. His attitude Is statuesque and grace ful , and ho shows every point the great shot that Uo Is. _ LiiiKt of St. Louis Itnnes. ST. Louis , Juno 15. Tno tenth anil last day of tun races was ono ot the best of the meeting , the weather being splendid , and the track fast. The following is the sum mary : All nges , ono and one-sixteenth miles : Spauldlng won , Wyamlotto Chief second , Luke Alexander third : Time 1:51. : 1-or thrco-ycar-olds , ono and ono-olghth miles : It was a walkover for Daruna. All aces , one and one-quarter miles : Miss 1-ord won. Jacobin second , Egtuont third. Time 2:07Jf. : One and one-quarter miles : Warslcn won , Pete Willis second , Alamo third. Tlme- For maidens , three-quarters mile : Eight to Seven won , Tom Upteerovo second , Clay Sexton third. Time 1:10 : % . Racing nt Oravcucnd. NKW YOIIK , Juno 15. A.t Gravesend the weather was crisp aud cool , track good , and tbe attendance fairly largo. Following is the summary : Five-eights mile : Salisbury won , Bramble- ton second , Monti third. Time 1:02 : # . Ono and one-eighth miles : Ulchmoud won , Swift second , ( Jlilckhouilng third. Time 157. , . Five-eighths mile , two-year-olds : Balston won , Mary Buckley , ! tllloy , second , Lottie Fllmore third. Time -MIX- - Three-fourths inllo-J Tornado won , Stuy- vesant second , J. W , 'White third. Time 110. Two-year-olds , thrcq-fourths milo : Toatray won. i'ordliam second , Salvlni third. Time Ono mile and seventy yards : Orlando won , Wlndsall second , Burton third. Time-14S } . MASONIC 'CONVOCATION. Meeting of the Grand Chapter of the Eusti n Star. The thirtieth nmnml convocation of the Masonic grand led o of the state of No- bmska mot last evening at 7:30 : o'clock in Masonic hall in this city. About 400 del egates were in , att ndanco together with about fifty delegates' representing the twenty lodges composing the Grand Chapter of the Eastern Star. When the convocation was opened the glittering cross of gas jets from the white dome in the ceiling shone down on as tine a rep resentative. body as ever assembled in Omaha. The lady delegates after the preliminaries rotlrcd to their hall and listened to thoToadlng ot the annual ad dress , after which they elected the follow ing olliuorc : Grand Worthy Patron James B. liruiier. Grand Worthy Matron Alary A. Wcbstor. Associate Grand Patron II. R. For- singer. Associate Grand Matron Mrs. A. J. Snyder. Grand Secretary Rov. II. A. Guild. Grand Treasurer Edwin Davis. The oillcers in the convocation worn : Grand Master Charles K. Coutaut. Deputy Grand Master M. J. Hull. Senior Warden George B. France. Junior Warden J. J. Mercer. Grand Treasurer Cliria Hurt man. Grand Secretary W. K. Bowtm. Grand Marshal R. E. French. Grand Custodian B. F. Rawalt , who is lecturer. Grand Senior Uoacon L. H. Cooloy. Grand Junior Deacon J. A. Randall. Chaplain Rev. Mr. Hood. Tnu annual address was listened to and the election of oflicers will take place to-day. From the report of the committee on returns it appeared that 710 members wore gained during the ynar , making at present a total membership of 7,377 in thu grand ledge , which is composed of 165 chartered lodges. The financial report shows that the treasury contains $11.709.67. Everything so far indicates a flatteringly flourishing condition. The convocation will bo .concluded it Is be- liovcd thin evening. Among these present are ox-Govornor Furnas and William K. Hill , both of Ne braska City ; Hon J. E. North , of Colum bus ; J. G. Haystrcet , Kencsaw ; J. C. Condon , Arap&hoo ; O. Homo , Syracuse ; 1) . R. Daniel , Norfolk ; J. L. Young , Tocumseli , and the ninny other delegates whoso names could not bo obtained. BrevUfsa. Mart Conly waa arrested last night while attempting ft > von > a drunken man in a Dodge strcot sitloon. Harry Kimball anil C. Goldstein , two notorious crooks , \vjeru arrested yesterday afternoon for attempting to turn a trick on Douglas street. , V " Hose Marlon cn n ctl in a neighborly row last night and appeared at the police station with a soterelv cut scalp as a trophy of her eucom\tor. The Second ward ; republican club will hold a mooting to , night at the north- cast corner of Sixteenth and Williams streets for the tratuilction of important business. ' -j Mr. W. II. Whltelyiof the Boston Her- aid , was at the Pattern yesterday. Hu is on route for San Jo&c/Cal. . where ho will remain througliout-tho Hummer with a view of bonelitUngJlUi health , which is much run down. Another National Docly. The fourteenth national conference of Charities and Corrections will assemble in this city .on the Urst of September and remain in session until the 7th inst. The local committee have appointed ex cellent standing committees on finance , transportation , entertainment , printing and decoration. The affair is going to bo pushed with vigor and earnestness. The local committee are : J. A. Glllcs- plo , chairman ; II. W. Yatcs , N. Merriam - riam , Alvin Saumiors , Robert Doherty , G. M. Hitchcock , Mrs. O. C. Dinsruoor. Broke a William Rhodes , an employe at the Fowler packing house , foil from a freight car at South Omaha yesterday afternoon and broke bis leg. . . t-.liL JUBILEE FOtt ACTOUS. Theatrical People Given n Itaitqtiot By Ijimilon'e I ira Mnyor. ICopi/rfoM JSS7 ly Jitm'j ( Jonljn fi'nne'M ' LONDON' , Juno 15. [ N'ew York Herald Cable Special to the UKH.J Lord Mayor Hanson Is celebrating his new harouctairo and this jlibllco year by a succession ot feasts. In his official library can bo found a cony ot the ant ranking stage folk with va grants and vagabond * . In the adjoining banquet hall this afternoon he entertained at luncheon these vagabonds. A largo crowd of pit-lies , as well as many customary Kuro- jican boxes , gathered to see these vazrants enter tlio municipal mansion. The Urst to arrive was Mr * . Keeley , who , forty-live years ano , nlayed at Nlblo's Garden. She stepped from her democratic cab as little like one elility-ono years old ns Is George Baiicrott when ho mounts his horse. Not long afterwards ar rived Mrs. Fanny Sterlltu' , ten jo.vrs , younger , who at Victoria's asscsslon was a dramatic belle In molo-drama at the Adulphl when managed by the father and mother of Uilmund Yatos. Between the arrival of thcsu veterans cimo the youngest aspirant- Mrs. James Brown Patter radiant In laoo and muslin suited to an su degree day ; Mrs. John Woods , who declines to bo termed a veteran ; then Charles Wyndham , who she dropped In 1S01 from her Now York company "because there was no making of an actor In the young man. " Thou Colonel Mapleson nnd Augustus Harris appeared together as amicably as If they were not engaged In metaphorically cutting each others ooer.atlc throats. Colonel Cody came on horseback- ; ! tended by a groom. Soon after him came Mrs. Charles Mathews , best known In Now York as Llzztn Woston. But a lull catalogue of the cuests who were cheered by the crowds ns statesmen are greeted as they arrive for parliament , would exhaust many play bills , past and present. A Junir.Rr. omcnx ROOM. Inside the mansion house was literally a jlibllco green room. There were hearty greet ings , conversational buz/ , gracious and wel come cues spoken , an abundance of straw berries , , tigs , pcachcs.cherrlcs.aprlcots , ( lowers of an Ku llsn June , of wines as old as George Ill's Jubllco day , and the epigramatlc breath over knives and forks can bo best Imagined by your readers. What took place In a public way was eron better In Interest , Mr. Irving escorted the lady mayoress , the lord mayor gave his own arm to Mrs. Keeley , Mrs. Wood honored the buf falo hero , the youthful Toolo escorted tbo still youthful Mrs. Sterling , and all the man agers and manageresses paired as smilingly as If pooling their box receluts. All vocif erously drank the queen's health and silently hoped she would now often box herself. TIII : r.or.n JIAYOII'S SPKHCII. The lord mayor , who Is a Cambrldgoman of roputo.spoke a pleasant prologue of welcome : "Tho luncheon Is an acknowledgement of the great debt of gratitude my constituents ewe thn ladles and gentlemen who had so long Interested , laughed aud amused them. It t < as over forty years alnco my thcatre- Kolnir recollections began. I do not , however , propose going into his tory. I merely desire to express my ( treat gratification at the opportunity in my official capacity to testify on behalf of the ccncr.il public the regard felt for those who had done so much to evoke their best feeling. The weather , however , did not justify , and it would be baibarous to keep you unnecessarily long In a hot room. Wo shall speedily adjourn to the saloon , where 1 hope you will lind U cooler. But , In the meantime , I glvo with the utmost sincerity the toast , 'Tho Drama , ' aud Mr. Irving will respond. " invixo o Tint DRAMA. That gentleman began by remarking : "I know the resuonslolllty of standing before my follow actors and actresses. I know what It Is by rehearsals nnd other ex periences | laugh tori , and I have to bo ex tremely careful in any remarks 1 may make. " After some humorous allusions to ancclent frictions between corporations and actors , Uo remarked that an actor always spoke nicely of it and of lord mayors , lie then gave felicitous quotations from Shakes peare , and added : "Many predecessors In your high oftlce , my lord mayor , have been immortalized by Shakespeare , notably the lord mayor in the play of Ulchard III. I may tell you that the lord mayor In Klcnard HI waa the first part in which mv frlond Mr. Toolo distinguished himself , aud it was indeed ono of his most distinguished Impersonations. If he could ever be Induced on any occasion to play the part again for the benefit of any whom may be worthy such an honor , I shall be clad to support him on the occasion In the part of the J > ko of Gloucester. " At this point of laughter Mr. Toole was heard to observe In a semi sotto voce , " 'Tls a bargain. " After some graceful reference to many present , Irving observed : "The actors of this conn- try , my lord , In some respects , are the best In the world. [ Great applause. ] Whether they are the best actors In all respects it wouldn't be becoming in mo to say. If I thought HO , I should be very reticent , because I know what the result would bo when engagement * como to renewed. But If. my lord , they are not the host actors In the world , they are certainly the most appreciated actors In the world , and the hospitable , welcome which you have given to-day Is very gratifying. Wo are also very delighted , to meet the sheriffs of London. There may have been a tlmo , pnrhaps , when the presence ofthe [ sheriffs [ Longcontlnuod laughter. ] BiitYladles and gentlemen , these days are past , and we will think only of the bright future. My lord , on behalf of my fellows , I tnanK yon , and 1 think I may say for them that you will have their good re port while you live and as good aa epitaph when you die. " Mr. Toolo continued in ono of those happy Impromptus which the "Odoro Hook" used to spend rnor'nlngs over In making Improvls- lens , and next coffee and pleasant tags fol lowed In the well ventilated reception saloon until thoughts of call boys again Introduced the company to the cheers and recognition of the "million" outside. Jublleo Plots nnrt Pardons. LONUOX , June 15. Tno Central News Is sues the following : A dynamite plot to be carried out .during , the celebration of the queen's Jublleo , has been discovered. The police are retrlcent. The following U from official sources : In formation has been received In London which loaves no doubt that dynamiters have arranged to commit an outrage or series of outrages during jubilee week , but the authorities have full knowledge of the con spiracy and these encaged In It , and are con fident that they will defeat the plot- t < * rd. For months past reports of the movements of prominent nlotv ters abroad and their probable accomplices In England have been received in London almost dally. The chief ports have been watched dally during the game period In vlewjof the arrival of certain suspects without previous notice having been received from British aeonta abroad , llio movements of Patrick Casey and bin associates iu Paris , who have been closely followed by special detectives , and others outside the Casey rlnc are aUo known to be watched. Queen Victoria , In commemoration of her jubilee , will grant amnesty to all military and navy prisoners convicted of minor of fenses. Section Five of the Coercion BUI. [ Copl/rfoM J&97 ! > ] ] Jame * Oonloii UtnnM. ] LONDOX , June 15. [ New York Herald Cable Special to the BEK. ] Clause fifth of the Irish coercion bill as passed , reads as fol- ows : "The lord lieutenant , by and with the advice of the privy council , may from tlmo to time when it appears to him necessary , by proclamation declare the provisions of U > ls act wblch relate to proclaimed districts to any ot those provisions to be In force within any specified part ol ItoUad a frem the date ot proclamation or any later date specified In tlio proclamation , and the pro visions of this act which are mentioned In the proclamation shall itftcr said date bo In form within such sperliicd part of Ireland , nnd that itartnf Ireland shall bo a proclaim ed district within the meaning of the proIsious so mentioned.njt \ snchi mutton Hhtill bo tlccmcil toHUT c.ri > lrcd If cm tnhlrcsv M jtrcn'nteil to licr nwjcnt\i \ Ini cltlirr hmtko /wrMiinii'iif pruj/liii / ; f/mt / jiroclfimtmtm xfmtl not continue in force. This section shall not apply to the provisions of this act relating to dangerous imoolrtUnns. Whnn any provisions of sec tion' } ot this act relating to Rilinmarv juris diction are declared by the proclamation to bo In force In a district , such provisions shall apply to olTenscs committed In said districts , After the passing of this act , whether before or after the date of the proclamation , when the provisions of section .1 or section 4 of this act relating to special juries or changing thn pluco of trial are declared by proclama tion to bo iu force In a district , such provi sions shall apply to crluins committed In the district bcforo or after the passing of this act. act.Tho forcgolnn gives in Konian section r , as orUlnally Introduced , the portion In Italics are the amendments made In committee. lloyalty Illclo With Buffalo BUI. LONDON , June 15. The Princess of Wales family nnd a score of members of foreign royalties attended a private exhibition of the Wild West show this morning. All rode In the Dcadwood coach , the Princess of Wales sitting on the box , Colonel Cody driving. Giand Diikn Michael of Russia and Prince ( Jcorgo of Wales rode horses bolonglng to thu company and made some good shots at a break-neck p.\co. Wilt Lenvo the House. LONDON , Juno 15. Gladstone will close the debate on the crimes bill Friday with a criticism on coercion nnd the general policy of the government In Ireland. Smith pro poses to ntop debate and declare the bll through the committee stage at 10 p. m. Fri day. It Is cxpectod that members of the op position will thereupon , without voting , leave the house In a body. Ocrniany'H Spirit Tnx. BKUT.IJJ , June 15. The retchstag to-day adopted the additional provisions of the spirit tax bill to the effect that In CARO a tax shall hereafter bo Imposed upon spirits now free from taxation there shall still he allowed to publicans and dealers 40 litres and others 10 litres from the duty. Coercion in the Cotuinonn. LONDON , Juno 15. In the debate on ttio crimes bill to-day Flnlay ( liberal-unionist ) , moved an amendment that any association or associations proclaimed be spt'clflcally named In the proclamation. The govern ment accepted the amendment. Kaiser Wllholm Worse. BEUUN , Juno 15. The Uelchs Anzelger announces that while tlio symptoms hitherto attending Emperor William's malady con tinues to subside , ho yesterday caught a fresh cold , and , owing to this and the effects of his recent Illness , ho Is somewhat weaker and requires rest. The doubtful tone of this bulletin has renewed alarm on the bourse. Bismarck Growing Worse. BERLIN , June 15. Bismarck's condition has become worse. IIo Is affected with rheumatic pains , wblch prevent sleep. Ills doctors advise rest aud a change of climate. His Illness , however , prevents traveling at present. Earthquakes in Franco. TAHIS , June 15. Earthquakes visited Ilocheo. Surrognou and Lavornoig In the department of Haut Marino . The partment to-day. people ple wore frightened Into a temporary panic. SUNDAY DANCING. What the Alayor Says About the Recent Order. "Your honor , " said a reporter of the BKE , addressing Mayor Broatch , "thoro is a great deal of talk on the streets about your order probibiting music aud danc ing in the boor gardens on Sunday. Won't you lot the people 'know through the BEE precisely what , was meant ? " "With pleasuro. This is an opportu nity I have desirod. In the first place there was no regular manifesto issued , but instead , in consequence of innumera ble complaints that have reached mo from private citizens aa well aa from members of tbo city council from different wards , with reference to the annoyance they have been subjected to on account of boisterous and disor derly conduct that ban marked the Sun day gatherings nt the different beer gardens - dons , especially these in the south end. where they have music , dancing and beer , I considered it my duty to take some steps toward their .abatement , if not suppression. Accordingly I simply instructed the chief of police to Investi gate the matter and order the closing of all such descrlood resorts on the Sab bath. The gardens where they have dancing seem to bo the objectionable places , and if there is good foundation tor tbe verbal order given tbe cbiof , it shall stand. I am de termined that the decency and dig nity of the city of Omaha shall be main tained. I am beset on all sides about this Sunday question. It is a vexed one , and as you know , public opinion is omnipo tent when itis aroused. In too many cities public opinion is asleep. Toughs do as they please when honest men DC- come indifferent. It is for us to decide whether disorder shall take us by the throat , or whether wo shall throttle it. Wo must not forget that the welfare of this city is determined by the people's son so of what is lawful , innocent and correct' . If the people demand order they will have it. Mind , now , I am in sympa thy with tlio laboring classes , and believe that they should bo provided with places of recreation and amusement whenever they may have the time nnd opportunity to indulge in .it , bo that whensoever it may. But 1 do not take any stock in disreputable dives , or disor derly beer gardens or dance halls , no difference who runs them or where they are located. We have plenty of resorts whore there is music and refreshments in Omaha whence comes no complaint , and they should , in my opinion , not be mo lested. In conclusion you may say in the BEK'that there has boon no regularly is sued order closing the clty Sunday pleasure resorts. Tbo animus of my in structions was to reach the disorderly places. Morning. " "Morning. " Being in possession of the mayor's idea touching this interesting question , some of tbo tabooed and untabooed gar dens and dance hulls vero visited. Tbe first place called nt was Paul Scnfa , way out near the corner of Eighteenth and Vinton streets , ana the BIK : man was not slow io > observe that Paul was going to do tbe great kick act. IIo said lie kept an orderly place and was going to continue to keep it. ilo closed last Sunday obedient to the police mandate , nnd in consequence ho was ? 100 out of pocket. Sunday is his only day through the week business is at a standstill , and if tie is to bo deprived of this sabbatical reve nue ho might as well put up his shutters for good. Ho closed last Sunday , but is not disposed to keep up thu Sunday clos ing practice unless compelled by the po lice. Scnf really has a very pleasant place , with umbrageous trees , easy chairs , ta bles and numberless other appliances of comfort and case , besides on Sunday there is some startling music ( hut gives the nerves very active exercise , while a delightful ctlluvia that tells wondrous tales of beer , renders the place nil that' could be expected. Occasionally a crowd of South Omaha toughs runs in on Paul nnd for a time make things exceedingly hilarious. But ho lias two bturdy po licemen of his own hiring always on duty aud ho is positive that they are MI ( Helen t to maintain tbo best of order ut all times. John Spoerl's gardens are just across tlio street from Lent's , and hero pretty much tbe same condition of things was found. Spoerl has bcur tuul music aud dancing on Sunday * . Ilu c.Uers to thn same class of yuoplc , uud.of couriu , con ducts art orderly houso. No. roughs , no minors , arc tolerated there , lie intends to kcup ills place in a way tint he will not bo ashamed of , and will only close on Sundays when the police lock his plnca up. 1'rltJ ! Moollor , in tlio same neighbor hood , presides over a neat llttlo beergar- den nnd a commodious dancing ball , Ho expects to entertain largo crowds dur ing the summer season , bill clilolly relies - lies on Ills Sunday afternoon patrons. John HolVmaii , on South Thirteenth streets owns a saloon nnd datiro and theatrical hall. Ho say.s no one has over complained of bis place ; that lie can got tbo endoi'somoiit ot every citizen within square ? of his ball. Once a month ho gives a theatrical performance at hid place , and the front rooms of his place is occupied bv Palacky lodge , No. xix , C. S. P. 8. , a Bohemian bonovolcnt order , and next Saturday the annual conven tion of this organization will bu held there , and on Sunday the delegates will adjourn to Spoorl's garden for a general picnic. A New Charge. The Danish Lutherans ot tills city have for some time past felt tlio want of a church of sufllciont dimensions to accom modate their increasing roll of members. They have accordingly decided to build a now church , nnd plans have already been made by M \ P. J. Crcedor , archi tect. The proposed building , which will bo located on Twenty-second street , near Lcavnnworth , will bo constructed in the gothin style of architecture. Its length will be 0(1 ( feet and width HO feet. A base ment will run tlio entire length of the building , and this will bo used asasohool room. Hov. ftlr. Bodhoult , who has re cently came to Omaha , will be tbo minis ter iu charge. Howe's London Circus. Last evening the mammoth canvas of this company was literally packed by an enthusiastic ; audience , who seemed to bu more than delighted with tlio perform ance presented for their amusement. Everybody speaks only In terms of praise of the performance ) and nil assert that the show is the peer of any fifty cunt concern that has over visited the city. I'ursonal I'arngrapho. Jr. M. W. Stone , of Waboo , stays at the Millard. The city physicians report an unusual mortality among infants , especially from diseases of a dysentery nature. Mr. Otto Puls , the thriving German actor , starts to-day for Blair and vicinity to make arrangements for a performance of the German theatrical troupe of this city , to take place at Blair on July 4. Hon. James H. Kyncr , of Omaha , goes to Ohio this week. He baa been notified ot the acceptance of his contract for the building of the new railroad from Lan caster to Hambon Junction , through the famous coal aud mineral regions of that section of the above state. BAYARD TAYLOR'S GRAVE. The Modest Monument In a Cheater Connty Cemetery. West Chester Record : A few days ago chancing byLongwood during tlio course of a drive through Kast Marlborough and Konnett townships , I tied my horse under ono of the fresh green maples on the grounds surrounding the old meeting house , and sauntering across the road , through tbo little iron gateway loading into its unpretentious burying ground , with iu ono hundred or so of humble mounds and tombstones , I came , cro long , to the resting place of ono whoso name and farao has been spoken throughout the world , and who , though dead in tbo flesh , is destined to live within the realms of literature forever. It was within a small enclosure , probably not over ten feet square , surrounded bv an iron railing of plain design , but effectual in barring strangers from intrusion within its sa cred portals. In one corner of it stood mi. a tall ovcrgrccn tree with outspreading . brandies that sheltered a goodly portion of the lot , and under it , standing on a granite base , probably a foot in thickness and three feet square , on a small mound of earth , rose a cylindrical shaped stone less than five feet high and two and a half feet in diameter , flat on top , and of a light brown or buff color. Near it on every side were growing shrubbery and evergreens of humble but neglected growth , and struggling through tbo sward bore and there near the base of the stone wore lilies of the valley , now fresh inv'gorous bloom , with their tiny white blossoms bowing In graceful clusters toward the earth covering thu ashes of ono who in life so oft had clung to them. In a line extending mure than half around the neatly moulded cylinder of otono , I read thu words : "Ilo being dead yet spoaketh , " and under it , about tlio centre of the cyclindcr , on the side facing the grassy pathway , surrounded by a wreath of laurel wrought by sculptor's art within the Immortal stone , was a medallion of bronze , with a raised profile. It waa Unit of a kindly face , full of character , full of cnorgv and perseverance , but with lines of disappointment here and there , adding to its expression. It was not the profile of such a man as ooe la accus tomed to seeing every day. Under it in letters , too , of bronze was the never dying name BxvAnn TATion : January 11,18 ! . December ll ) , 1878. Turning with reverence from the snot which thus held mo spell bound for a tow minutes for I had not stood near the grave since the day that the spot was liret hallowed with Its * nacred treasure I moved around the corner of the lot and confronted a marble stone , too , within the railing , and road upon it : FKKUKIUCK TAYI.OK , of the First Pennsylvania ( Buck- tail ) Itllln Ureglment , who cave bis life for his country at Oottys- bur ; , July 2 , lbC3. Veil at the head of bis regiment , leading a charge. Krectod by his soldiers and his frlnnds , In a mass of neglected and decaying ruins , partly in and partly oil'the erassy mound beyond it , was a large tloral harp that had been placed there a year ago or more , and had never been touched. FROM A STEAMSHIP'S TOPMAST. A. Man Winded His llomalna to bo Scattered In Mid-Ocean. Probably the most remarkable will over made was drawn up in Plttsburg on February 17 , 1877. The testator , Am brose Hethargo , who is llfty-two yearn of iigc , after ds ! | > 08ing of $10.000 in real es tate , directs as follows : "I direct that my body bo taken to St. Michael's church , and , after the proper religious services uro performed , that it bo given in charge of my family , who will convoy it lo Samson's crematory nnd there have it burned lo ashes , the ashes to be put in a small bottle nnd given in charge of thn Gorman cpn- sul in Pittsbun : . This gcntlonmii will then forward my ashes to llio consul in New York , who will give them in charge of the captain of the German steamer Elbe , who will place them se curely In lilx ship for tbo ocean voyago. " \t bun at mid ocean I direct the cap tain to request ono of the pis : < nnger.s to dress in a Hcafarlng suit and ascend with my ashes in his hand to llio top of the topmost mast , and , after pronounclnt : a last benediction , to extract thn cork from the bottle and cast its contnuta to tlio four winds of heaven. I dinct. nlno. while this corumonv is being performed that it be witnessed by nil the passengers on board. "Alter the Elbe has completed hnr trip and returned ugum to Now York , I want a full .statement of my death and the scat tering of my ashes in mid-ocean published iu thn Pittsbiug papers , BO that my friends in this city shall know mj burial place , "