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THE OMASA DAILY BEESATURDAY. . AUGUST 0. 1887.
THEY BUNCHED THEIR HITS ,
Omaha Ends Up a Game Winner After a
FIVE RUNS IN THE SEVENTH.
t Wichita I/OSOH n Gntno nt Dcnvnr on
Account of Costly 13rrorn
t ho Voluntpcr Wins tlio
i tioelrt Cup.
jnu Omr 1in8 Victorious
II there Is anjonn In tlm town who thinks
tlmt the Omahasnro not playlni ; sreat ball ,
lot them co out to tlio park this afternoon
and * co for themselves. Yesterday's Kame ,
In the languape of the street , was "a ilanily. "
It beat ThtiVMlay's contest nil hollow.VhyV
Because the UmnUax won. The run-cettln
began In the * \ery llrstlnnlnc. Walsh was
presented with a base on balls , and despite
Graves' lightning throw stele second. On
Fusfcdback's out from second to first he wcnl
tojthlrd , coining In the next inataut on a half-
The Cowboys were no more than in than
they wcro out again. The Lllley was thrown
nut by Ktisselbark to DwjeranilMclveonani )
Hasiatnaer by Dartsoti to Ocr. .
The retirement of the Oiimhai In tlio soc
ontlns marked with equal neatness anil
dispatch. Kri'hmoicr WHS thrown out by
Jllnco toMcKeon , ( Jeniiis louled out and
liaiidlo from Ilouo to tirst.
In their halt tlio visitors acaln hardly re-
allied what hurt them , ll.trtsoti struck
out Munsell and Ultimo In quick succession ,
while llowu died on a lung lly to Kroh-
Agiiln the local team Incubated an Kastci
era In tlm third. Hanson sought the shade ol
the iiiivllllon on a hit to Shea , but \Vulsh hit tc :
center and on Man ell's scioiitlnc mull
galloped clear around to second. Fussol-
uack , however , wasn't so lucky , as his lonp
fly was neatly captured by ilansell anil
Ji.idur was extinguished on Ins tilt to Nio-
hotl.For the Cowboys Shea biffi-d the pigskin
for two sucks. Nleholl fouled out , and
( JraVL's sat down on a high lly to Walsh. .
Ijllley then knocked a safe ono past FtissH-
back and the Loulsana twlrlcr cantered o\ei
the plate. McKeon's out retired the side.
In tliu fourth , lltth and sixth the Umahas
got nothing , but were e\tltKiiished ) as f.ist
ns they stopped up to the bat. lint the Cow
boys In each of those Innings scored a tally ,
and tbo audience was very glum and vciy
1'hls Is the way they did it.
In the fourth Ilassamacr was put out on n
throw of Knsselbacn to iirst , but Mr. Man-
Bell , tor tlu1 second time , took the bag on balls ,
and cnmo homo on a beautiful three batjgei
by Utneo past third. On Howe's long lly to
center , HltiKO attempted to follow in the
footsteps of the Intlaminatoir-halrod youth
from Auburn , but Onlus , bv an unerring
throw In , caught him at the plain. Shea
wont out from pitch to first. In the tiftli
after NIcholT and Uravos had been rctiroil
Ijilley knocked out a ono bagger and scored
on McKoon's hit and a xecoiid bad throw ol
Burtsou'H. In the sixth , utter two hands
were out llowo was given his base on balls ,
stele second and came home on Shea's safe
thump to right
This was the Kansas City's last run , still
It looked as If the KOHIO was theirs and n
great gob of gloom hung Ilko a funereal pall
over the audlouci1.
In the seventh Mcssltt. for the Omahas ,
sadly stepped up to the rubber , and there he
stood , like a lovely Imago carved out of mud ,
until Mr. bliua sent him to his base on balls.
This birthday piesont awoke Scrappy Jack
up to the emergency of the situation , and lit
shot down to second like an artow from n
bow. Dwjer then happened along with an
old-tlmo rocks smash out into the right gar
den , and Scrappv had a run scratched down
'to ' his credit. Krehmeyer. he , too , took n
base on balls , ( iouins bent ono whizzing
safely out to left , and Handle followed with
its duplicate. Lllley , howevflr , got under the
latter , only to let It bound out of his 11 us , anil
Dwyer and Krohmejer scampered home like
a couple ot rabbits , and Genius and Uador ,
when the dust settled , were triumphantly
perched upon third and second respectively ,
These throe runs tied the score , and for tin
space o ? IK teen minutes 1,000 pairs of lungt
made earth and atmosphere quaver. Tht
men tried to out yell each other , the ladles
wa/ved / their handkerchiefs , while the kids
hopped and flopped around over the grand
stand like a cloud ot grasshoppers before a
Kverybodv was haopy now.
And yet the fun wasn't over.
Bartson came up smiling and the first ball
Bhoa tired at him ho soht viciously at Howe
who fumbled It just long enough to allow
Gonlus to score , ijandlo to roach third and
Jidrtson to makn his base. On the next ball
pitched Bartson went down to second
\Valsh then put a mild crimp In the excite
jnent by dying at first , and Bundle , too , vvm
caught at the Plato by McKoon'b quick roturr
if ) the ball , lusselback , just as a sort of :
climax to this grcit inning , now came for
ward and knocked out a two badger , Uirtsor
scoring of course. Bader's out retired the
In the ninth Bandlo added still anothoi
tally to the right sldoof the score , on his base
by being hit , Bartson's out and Walsh'i
third sate lilt.
This m do tbo score stand 7 to 4 , and si
the game ended.
OMAHA. I'03. All. It. 1IH. T . IIS. I'O. A. 15
Walsh .us n I a a oa 3 i
Vusselbach..3b 5 0 1 3 0 0 4 i
Mossltt 2b 4
Uvvycr. Ib 4 1 1 1 0 18 0
Krolimey ir..rf 4 1 3 a o a o
( lonlns m 4 l 3 : < o o
handle c a i o o i 4
Total 88 7 11 13 3 37 81
CAN. CITY. I'OS. AH. K. Jill. TIJ. US. I'O. A. K
, . , \t \ 4 I a 2 1 0
McKeon Ib 4 0 1 1 0 13 1
Hassamaer..rf * 0 0 0 0 2 0
illligo 2b 4 0 1 a 0 3 5
JIOWO -.89 4 1 a a i o 3
Khua , . .li 4 1
Nuthoft Sb 4
Totals 35 4 9 11 3 27 10
InulURS . 1 33456789
Omaha . 1 00000501
Kansas City . 0
Huns earned Omaha 2 , Kansas City 4.
T wo-base lilts Kussel bach , KliK-o , Shea.
Double plays Mes-sitt , Walsh , Dwyer.
Base on Julia By Hartson 2 , Shea 5 ,
Struck out By Bartson H , Shea 'i
Left on bases Omaha ft , Kansas City 4.
1'assed balls Bamllo 1 , ( Jraves 1.
Tlmeofgamo Oue hour and forty mlr
The following are the positions of tli
pls > ers-for lo-uay's game :
Omaha. I'o * . Kansas Clt
lant/cn . c . Hint !
Harper . , , p . HelTer
1) wyer . Ib . McKee
AluaiJU . ab . Lei ;
Fu-HuUuck . lib . Xlelio
Walsh . s. . . . How
Uader . 1 . Mill
( tolling . . . m . JIauf t-
Krehmey w . r
f-iost. Through Costly Errors.
DKNVEII , Col. , AuKtist 6. [ Special Teli
cram to Urn HEP. I The game to-ttaywas lei
to Wichita simply by the many and costl
errors ot tliclr tlcldors. With thU exceutlo
they pla > od- better In almost ovury respci
than the home club. Thrlr batting was goc
npd the jiardoMt , while their buttery xenrcd
considerably bettor record than Dtinve
Denver hail tlnilr new pitcher , Kltzslmmou
In the box , anil he j > ltchtd a very fair gam
T hero was no brilliant playinc upon elthi
sldu , The following Is the score bv innlnc !
Denver . 0 4 0 o 0 a 0 3 2- ;
Wichita . I 10300030-
Itniis earned Denver 5 , Wichita 8. TV
base bits Hemp. Throe base hits Whlstli
(2) ( ) , Kltzslmmons. llnmp runs rinlllu
Double plays Tebcau to Meborloy to Smltl
McSorluy to I'hllllus to Smtth , Silch I
biulth. Bases on balls Fitzslmmons 3 , Dai
lels K. Krrors .Dcnver 1 , Wichita 8. Bai
lilts-Denver 15 , AVIchlta IS. Struck out
Kit7slimuons 1 , Daniels 13. Wild pitches
Klttslmiuons l , Lett on bases Denver
Wichita 3. Umpire llanan.
Mr. McKliu's Spite Win- .
KANSJII CJTY , Mo. , August 5. [ Sped
ToIoKnun to the BUR. I The trouble betivci
A.I V. McKim and the Kansas City base bj
issoclatlon has assumed a , serious phase. Mr.
McKIm owns ft portion of the base ball park ,
\hlch Inclddes the second base. Mr. McKIm
tatt'd ' this evening that ho would not per-
nit his lot to be used by the club any longer ;
hat ho had duly notllled the assocla-
ion to this ollect , and that under
no circumstances would the club b
allowed to play ball on his grounds this soa-
on. If ho persists In this determination the
club will be forced to llnd new grounds , n
rather dlfllcult matter , and just what the tinal
effect of his action will bo no ono seems te
( now. The present situation Is the result ol
he release ot McKlm's son , a. very indiffer
ent pitcher , by thu ball club a few days ago.
* An Exhibition Gnnic.
KAIIIMONT , A'eb. , Aucust 5. [ Special
Telegram to the BEI.I Over COO people at-
endrd the Lincoln and B. & M. exhibition
camo. Tim Llncolns placed fair ball and
nado a better show Ing than expected hero ,
Lincoln 3 0-H
JJ. AM 0 2 0 2 0 1 0 r 2 U
Base Hlts-B. & M. 0. Ijlncoln 17. Twc
Imso lilts Hooper , Williams. Three l > as (
lilts Citddebach , Barnes. Homo runs-
Lint ; . Struck out by .Blown 7 , Barnes 'J.
ISorthwnrttprn Lonctie Oanicn.
DuLUTir , Minn. , Auzust 5. ISpecla !
Telegram to the Br.K.I Dos Molnes wet :
In-day qultit easily , thu home team being mi
able to do much with llutchlnson's ' curves.
The following Is the core by Innings :
Des Molnes 1 0 0 3 0 0 0 4 * t
Dtlltlth 2 02000000 '
Battnrlt's Des Molnes , Hutchltison anil
butcllir : Dulutli , Bruwster and Earle.
Milwaukee 12. Kau Claire 0 , nt Kau Olalre ,
LnUrossu 0 , Jit. I'aul 5 , nt St. I'aul. Osh
kosli 'J , Minneapolis'- ! Minneapolis.
Nntlonal Ijcauuo Games.
PlTTsiiuno. August 5. The came be
tween the Plttsburg anil Washington teams
to-day resulted as follows
Pittslwrg 0 10000000 J
Washington 0 * !
Pitchers Monisiuid Gllmore. Base hits
Pittsburg 3 , Washington 12. Errors
Pittsburgh , Washington ! 1. Umpire Valen
CHICAGO , August C. The game between
the Chicago and Now York teams to-day
resulted as follows :
Chlcaco 0 0 0 0.0 0 3 4 * 1
New York 0 00003000 ;
Pitchers Clarksion and Knofe. Base hits
Chicago 9. Now York IU. Errors Chicago
a , Now York 2. Umpire Dot'schor.
iNDiA.VAi'ous , August 5. The eamc
between the Indianapolis and 1'hllndelphir
teams to-day was postponed on account ol
rain.Dr.TT.oiT , August 5. The game betwoer
the Detroit and Boston teams to-day resulted
ns follows :
Detroit 3 01400000 f
Boston 0 !
1'ltcherfa Grubor for Detroit , Conway am
Kelly for Boston. Base hits Detroit 20
Boston 9. Errors Dotiolt 4 , Boston 7. Urn
I'lm.APBi.riiiA , August 5. The same bo
twceu theAthltttlcs and Metropolitans to-daj
resulted as follows :
Athletics 1 000011108 :
Metropolitans.2 001010000 -
UuooKtiVN , Augusts. The game betweer
the Biooklyn and Baltlmoro teams to-day re
Bulled as follows :
Brooklyn 0 31000002 !
Baltimore 0 00100000 ]
Sr. Louis. August.1) . The game betwoor
the St. Louis nnd Cincinnati teams to-day re
suited as follows :
St. Louis 0 0000000 0- (
Cincinnati 0 0200030 * !
LOUISVILT.E , August 5. The game bo
tweeii the Louisville and Cleveland teams
to-tiny resulted as follows :
Louisville 0 012001 0-K
Cleveland 1 100005 0-K
Victory For the Volunteer.
NEWI'OIIT , K. 1. , August 5. The Goelei
cup regatta to-day was a success without t
Haw. The wind was tresh trom thn south
east and It held good all day without a ilukt
of any consequence , and with only a lul
about noon , when a haze came up and throat
enetl tor fifteen minutes to put out the wholt
regatta. Twenty-one yachts started , of whlcl
seven were schooners and the rest sloops , In
eluding the Dig flyers Volunlonr , Mayflower
Puritan , Atlantic and Prlscllla , the cutter :
Bedouin and Stranger , the sloop Oracle and
the now HurRcss boat , TlUnla. The honts
of chief Interest In the sehoorer class were
.he Sachem , the now stool schooner Iroquol ;
ind the Palmer. The Sachem wu the fa
vorite and she won. Tbo sloop Volunteer
nlthougn new and untried , this being hei
maiden race , was the favorite o :
the sloops. The starting guti
was fired at 10:10 : and all o :
the yachts but the Oracle , Stranger , Fannh
and Concord , nnd the schooner Uesolute iw
over without n handicap. The Puritat
crossed first and led the fleet almost to tin
Sow and Pigs. 'Iho Volunteer , Maytlowei
and Atlantic were among the last to start
but they all crept up , and as the Volunteei
made the tirst turn at the Sow and Pigs with
out having to tack , she got a big lead on tin
Puritan , the only boat In the licet lett for he
to pass when the Sow and Pigs lightship wa :
reached. In the same way the Mayflowo
caught up with the Puritan , but was unabli
to icet by her. The Priscllla was lett far be
hind the other three big ones. Tlm Volun
tror came m grandly ahead , and the othe
sloops , by corrected time , flnlsliet
In the following order : Maytlowei
18 minutes 43 seconds behind th
Volunteer ; Atlantic , Puritan am
Prlscllla. The Mayflower waa not sallei
particularly well , but on the other hand th
Volunteer was badly crowded among th
schooners at thn start and lost time there , l
Is thought the Volunteer Is at least oigli
minutes better than the Mayflower.
Way no Summer Mooting.
WAYNE , Neb. , August 5. ( Special Teh
gram to the Una.J The Summer meeting o
the Wayne Driving Park association cloaei
Class 2:40 : :
Frank P 1 1 a 0 3
Graham's Membrane 2 3101
Kosa D. distanced in scond heat Th
fourth heat was declared no heat and th
drivers changed. Time 2:40 : , 2:37 : , 2:3C : > j
JiSfltf , 2:30"7 : The freo-for-all was won b
Elmwood Chef | In three straight boats. Tlra
n lOtQ 't'l * * * * "rt
Owing to rain the track was heavy at th
The running race , half uillo. was won b
Dan Wagner , Shamrock second. Doc How
ard third. Time-fit , 03 , M , 57 # .
Graham , driver of Graham's Membrane
WAS lined 350 for taking his borso trom tti
care of the association.
Lmst Day of the Buffalo Ilaocs ,
liUFPAi.0 , Augusts , Seven thousand JKM
pie attended the races to-day , the last of th
The unfinished 2:25 : trotting race came o
tirst. Mambrinctte won the tifth and sixt
heats , nnd Ben Star the seventh and the raci
Matnbrlnctte second , Wallace third , othei
ruled out and distanced. Time 2:21.
a : a l trot : Sarah B. won , Daisy Wllk <
second , Milk Maid third , Class Lead *
fourth. Time 2a3W. :
2:19 : : Belle Hnmlln first , Tom Hoirers second
end , Blllv Button third , Pilot Boy fourtl
Kiee-for-all : Arab first , J. Q. secom
Charley llllton third , Kltofoot fourth. Tliu
Special pacing race for Er ,000 purse Johr
ston to wagon , Toledo Girl and Gossip , Ji
in harness , was won by the greatjmce
Johnston Iirst , Gossip , jr. , second , To led
Girl third , Ttui2:18. : .
NEW YOUK , August 5. The weather wi
cool , the track good and the attendance coc
at Brighton Beach to-day. Tfee following
For thren-year-olds , three-quarlnr ml ! <
Mauisellu won , Bullviuw second. Kink thin
Time ll7Jf. :
Seven furlongs : Lizzie Walton won , Lie
L. second , Adonis third. Time 1:30. :
Oue mile : Eflle Hardy won , Charley Uu
soil second , Keokuk third. Time 1:44& :
Ono and one-sixteenth mile : Laucast
won. Pat Dlyver second , Frolic third. Tin
Seven-eighths mile : Ranero vron , Moni
Crlsto second , Change third , Time 1:30 : >
Throe-quarter mile : Subaltern won , C
choco second , Lottie Fllltaoro third. Time
1:19. : _
Hnolne At Haratogn.
SAHATOQA , N. Y. , August 5. The weath
was rainy and the attendance fulr. Tha fo
low Ing 1 tha summary :
One mile : Alfred won , ItosaUnd teeon
Five furlongs : King Crab won , FJeurotto
second , Peewee third. Tlmo-1:00. :
All ages , Ono mlto and furlong : Wahoo
won , Swift second , Miss Motley third. Time
Ono mile-and seventy yards : Chanro won ,
Jnlquo second , Santa Claus tlilrd. Time
Steeplechase : Wellington won , Beech-
nero second , Cyclone third. Time 2:55. :
Itcsiiltcrt In a Draw.
MINNEAPOLIS , Minn. , Augnst 5. | Special
Telegram to the Bnu.J The long lookod-foi
Killen-Cardlff fight resulted In a draw. In
the last round the police entered the rinc
and stopped the contest. Ed Kalne acted as
referee. John P. Clew had Issued a dial-
lenire to thu winner. Quito a largo number
ot Omaha sporting men were present to wit
ness the fleht and wore much disgusted at
thn unlooked-for tosult.
iPross. ] The ten round glove contest Imrt
to-ulght between Patsy Cardiff and Pat Kll
en was decided a draw. Klllen apparently
liad the woistof the tight towards the last ,
and was severely punished , besides Injuring
his left hand.
lime Club Hhoot.
Yesterday afternoon the Pcnrose-llardir
Klllo club held a regular shoot at their range ,
Foi the club badge. Mr. Gioo ? carried oil
the honois , as the following scorn shows :
Groos 10 5 4 10 4 4 9 5 7 0 04
P.irmcleo. . . . 045055055 0-41
Hulett 400747004 0 2f
IVnrose 077087007 0 IS
Petty 5047870S7 b 51
Chrystler. . . . 7 10 10 510057 4X <
Golnir Aliur Talent.
Colonel Koibes Is going away the first ol
: ioxt week on a vacation whlh ; combines
business and plcasuio. HM will visit Cleve
and and other eastern cities and arr.uwo foi
talent which Is to appear In the athletic ex
hibitions which the Alcs is. Uotheiy's are ar
ranging lor September.
Ijooal Hportlnic NntoH.
The Omaha Wheel club have just been
photographed In a group , lleyn , the artist ,
doing the work ,
The twenty-first annual exposition of the
Nebraska state board of aMiculture will be
held at Lincoln , September 9 to 1G , inclusive.
C. W. Moulton , an amateur 'cyclist , is In
training to decide a bet whether lin can make
a milo In 3:10. : The trial will come oil at the
ball park one evening next week.
Many of the local lawn tennis players arc
in receipt of Invitations to the lawn tounlf
tournament to bo given at Chicago on the
10th , llth , lUh ! anil 13th. under the authority
and auspices ot the Western Lawn Tennis
The Penrose & Hardln's base ball bannet
Is a good thing , and they have the thanks ol
of all lovers of tlio game for this stroke of en
terprlse. The banner is displayed everyday
of a game , and can be seen tiom most promi
nent points in the city.
Arthur Kothery and Ed Miller have ar
ranged a frlennly bet-to with blackened
gloves fora silv ei cup. It will bo a contest
lor points and will take place In presence elton
ton friends , live to be selected by each con
testant. Both are very sclentilio sparrers ,
Hothi'ry having been considered one ot the
best amateurs in New Jersey , where ho re
sided for many years , while Miller Is one ol
the handiest men in the west.
Tim Metropolitan Gun club held theli
weekly shoot yesterday afternoon ; twenty-
live blue rocks , eighteen yards rise. Follow
Is the score :
W. Umpuprson (
.1. Umphcrson ' .
Farrer ' ,
T. Christiansen ' ,
McCarthy , . '
Holmes , l ;
McQuade . '
Chrlstianson .1 !
Borland 1 !
Ho Is Given a Banquet and Expresses
LONDON , August 6.-Thn unionist mom
l > ers of parliament gave a banquet to Lore
liartington to-night. Mr. Bright , who presided
sided , prefaced his remarks by saying thai
those who complained of tholrsupportlng UK
lory government woio tnoso outside who
had been In and wanted to bo In
again. Ilotiaced the history of tuo Glad
stone homo rule movement in terms ol
strong condemnation , He strongly denounced
nounced the Parnellltes , at least sixty ol
whom , he said , wore maintained
by dollars from American Irish , whe
would dearly love to cause vvai
between Great Brltlan and the American re
public. Lord liartington admitted that "the
bcovernment bad consulted tno unionisi
leaders on the oiliilnal draft of the land bill
They bellnved and hoped that pending the
Introduction ot a larger measure It would bi
necessary to adopt a principle , so fillet
ot ilsk and danger to the passage of tlu
great purchase scheme as the principle of the
revision of Judicial rents payable by solvonl
tenants. The dropping of the bankrupts
clause compelled the government to adopt
an alternative measure. Therefore ho did noi
think they wore in the least discredited b )
supporting and advising the government It ]
the conduct ot the bill. Lord llartlngtou thei
proceeded to twit Sir Gcoriti ) Trevelyan uuoi
Ills change of trout , and then criticised Mr
Gladstone's concessions at length. Iteferrini
to the retention of the Paruellites , he said
"We only attach importancn to their reten
tion so Ions : as there is no question as to tin
competency of the Imperial parliament t <
legislate as it thinks lit on Irish affairs
or control any subordinate body ti
which it may delegate certain duties in Ire
land. " liartington claimed tint the separa
tlon of Ulster would Involve n total reco-n
structlon ot Gladstouo'g bill. Ho sees m
reason for n change In their position elthe
toward Gladstone or the government.
Land mil Dlsuunslon.
LONDON , August 5. In the commons thl
evening , upon motion of Balfour to recom
mit the land bill Tor the discussion of certaii
amendment clauses , Dillon urgedthat th
government should first explain the alien
tions they Intended to Introduce. Ho askci
why nothing was pioposed for dealing witl
arrears. Balfour said the government wa
willing to accept any workable proposal fo
dealing with arrears provided that debts I
landlords be held equally as sacred ns debt
to shopkeepers and others. Gladstone re
tused to admit the justice of drawing a par
allel between arrears due landlords and t u
ants' debts to other creditors. Smith con
tended that Gladstone was simply urging tin
government to give away money belonglni
toother people , departing from principle
that parliament hitherto bad steadfast !
Parnoll obsoived that all of Smith's argu
ments might bo used with equal ottec
against the i eduction which the governmen
proposed under uressure at the eleventh houi
Dillon's proposal was rejected IbO to 12'
Halfour'H motion was accepted and a sectlo :
was added to the bill extending tlio term fo
the payment of arrears In installments to th
land commissioner. The bouse then resume
the report stage of the land bill.
LONDON , August 5. Further advices froi
Henry M. Stanley say that on June 6 th
expedition reached a point half way bi
twoeu Yambl and Tambunga , the latU
being the farthest point on the Arnvvlilu
reached by Stanley in 1SN3. Navigation wa
difficult and slow. Stanley hoped bl
steamers would be able to a !
cend the rapids above lauibiiugi
beyond which the river Is easily uaileablt
Stanley expected to reach Wade about th
beginning of August. From advices receive
Thursday it would appear that Stanley In
been obliged to await the arrival of contliu
ents left at Bololo and Leopoldv Illo and ha
adopted the overland route , which would o <
cupy a fortnight loucor.
Floods In bpaln.
MADRID , August 5. Floods are doln
great damage In the provinceof EiepCro [
have been destroyed and many head ot catfl
drowned and hundred of people made deit
Quarantine Attains t Malta.
LONDON , August 5. Mediterranean port
have established quarantine against alt a :
rivals from Malta , owing to the cholera a
that place. _
PAIUS , Ansust C. Nothing Is Jtnovyn a
Nancy About the reported expulsion of rat
way baodi from Aurlcourt ,
O. A. 11. ItnUNlON.
The Hoard or Trade Committee Votes
The reunion conifnljtoo of the board of
trade mot nt tlio chamber of commerce
last night for the purposu of voting sup *
plies for the G. A. Hreunion to bo held
lioro next month. "
Among the snpplkmvotcd were forty
tons of Ice , 500 tons J6f hay , 500 tons of
straw and other ijujW supplies. Ar
rangements wore turule for supplying
60,000 men for one wcbk , ami an ample
supply of wutor for ai00 | teams.
The oll'or of tliL" Missouri Pacillc to
transport the light battery from Fort
Leavenworth , has been followed by oilers
of frcn transportation from the Union
Pacilio for ( iunornl Morrow's regiment
and band from Fort Sidnov , ntul an of
fer from the Jsorlhwestern to transport
the troops from the fort near Biirrough.
1 his will bring here twenty companies
of tlio United btates regular troops , who
will go into camp along with tun G. A ,
H. ' 1 his battery is , said to bo ono of the
bust drilled in the United States.
The committee on decorations
reported that they had lot
the contract for building the
triumphal arch across the street at the
intersection of Sixteenth and l-'arnam , to
i-owlur & IhiindorlY , the architects who
.submitted the most acceptable plans.
Ihc arch is to bo a grand affair , and will
cost * 500.
The committee has been at work callIng -
Ing in subscriptions , and $10,000 sub
scribed is in the hands of the treasurer ,
Henry W. Yatcs , president of the Iron
bank. Holders of vouchers must have
thorn signtd by W. A. L. Gibbon , chair
man , nnd Ulumunt Chase , secretary of
the reunion committee of the board of
The sum of $300 i to bo spent in adver
tising , and every effort will be made to
help make thti reunion a grand success.
HIi : CAMl'INR OUOUND3.
The G. A H. camp during the grand
reunion next month will comprise ! MO
acres of the country lying between Cut-
oil'and Klorenco lakes and at the head of
Sixteenth street. Thp city council have
ordered a road opened to this place , and
thu work on it is already in progress.
The road is to lie lifty feet wide audim bo
near the base of tbo bluff.
Pursuant to a published call , some of
the battle-scarred veterans of Omaha
who have starved and stitlered iu south-
cm prisons , mot last evening at M. H.
Hisdon's ollico , corner of Thirteenth and
Ilarney , to hold a meeting preliminary
to forming a permanent organisation.
Among those present were :
J. J. Johnson. Co. A , Oth lil. cav. ; W.
S. Seavey. Co , ti , fith la. cav. ; M. II. Kis-
don , Co. G. 115th O. inf. , W. G. Templo-
. . . . _ . _
4-nn fn IOi.i. I tlr e\ * r
N. Y. inf. ; W. H. Hoyt , Co. A. 10th In.
inf. ; J. U. Siiwhill. o. A , 4th W. Va.
rav. ; Jacob Hillings , Co. F , Oth Penn.
cav.Mr. . J. J. Johnson was elected chair
man and Mr. W. S. Svovoy secretary.
Tins secretary was Instructed to inform
the chairman tif the reunion committee ,
Samuel B. Jones , of ( his organisation ,
and that ho bo requested to prepare
quarters for ex-prisouurd of war at the
reunion next month.
The secretary was also instructed to
provide a register for the registration-
There are nearly SOO ox-prisoners in
Omaha , and iu order to hayo the next
mcetiiiK at a time most convenient for
them all to attend , it was dcoided to hold
the next meeting on Sunday at 8 p. m. nt
the G. A. U. iieadquarters. "
A RUNA WAY l AKM TKAM.
Tlioy Upset a WBKOII nnd Injure a
Sinter of Charity.
Last night about quarter before five , as
OlHcer Frank Johnson was turning his
beat on the corner ol Thirteenth and
Farnam , he discovered a runaway horse
and farm wagon KOIIIC at full speed down
Thirteenth. The street at the time was
full of vehicles , and the oilicor rushed
down the street and attempted to catch
at the bits of the horses as they passed.
The horses , however , evaded him by
dodging to one mdn , and thereby naf-
rowiy escaped colliding with a carriage
full of ladies. At the intersection of
-Thirteenth and Harney a bister of charity
ef the Poor Claire convent , was cro&bim >
the htreot , her back was toward the up-
preaching runaways ana hfie apparently
was unconscious of their coming
as she made no attempt to get out of the
way , and the tirst admonition she had of
the approaching danger was when her
btiKgy was struck by the runaway. Thu
collision knocKcd both the runaway
horses down , upset the buggy , and threw
the occupant violently to the ground.
She was picked up for dead anJ
was carried into Frank Moore's shoe
store. A doctor was dustily summoned ,
but she recovered consciousness "just
about the time ho arrived. She is a nun
of the Fraucisean order and according to
the tenets of that society she could not
let the physician remove even the cover
ing from nor head in such a place. She
was , therefore , removed to the Poor
Claire convent , where an examination
showed that besides numerous bruises
and abrasions she had sustained a broken
rib. _ ,
AN AXTEMITKO STU1IIK.
The Dlsaatlifled Dackshopmen ol
The reported strike among tlio tailon
employed by F. J. Kaingo proved to be
no strike nt all , but an abor
tive attempt to strike by dissatislieil
back-shopmen. In conversation with .1
HKE reporter last evening Mr. Katngc
said that ho employs between lifty-
live and sixty workmen , all of whom
take the work assigned them
to their homos , and arc assisteel by then
wives and daughter ? ; This plan has
worked most satisfactory to both em
ployer and employe. 16 addition to tliu
Mr , HaniRo has employed about tei :
backshopmen , all unmarried men , whc
did their work at thfc jehop. Their ser
vices have not been in every respect sat
isfactory and hei 'informed then :
since he moved into his no\\
quarters , that while he wouh !
still probably keep a buck shop for thorn
still ho would have to Jut oilier workmen
have the preference in work. This
would make the 'work of the
backshopmon somiwhat irregular ,
and they immediate rebelled anil
sought to raise a strike among the rest o :
the workmen. The others , however , did
their work as usual yesterday , and the
strike is a failure.
Tlio Market Haskot.
Ono of the first things to bo noticed i (
the great improvement in fruits. Tht
California fruits which arrive early it
the season want tlmt rich aud delicloui
flavor which the fruit at this season pos
scsses. Then , too , the later fruit is inucl
larj 5r and moro attractive iu appearance
The finest car of California fruits till :
season arrived to-day. Large and vcrj
choice poaches arc retailed at 15o i
pound. Uartlett pears , which are uov
better than over both in quality and lla
vor , can bo had at 25o a dozen. Home :
have seen their best day for this season
and while a tow are still arriving they an
not in as good shape as a weol
or two ago. Ulacknerries are stilt to b (
had at Me a box , and blueberries at 0o t
quart. Mii.liig.iu churneu coutmue tc
nrrivo and mny bo had at 25o a box.
Melons nro apparently moro in demand
than any other fruit or vegetable , ntul are
sold nil the way from I5$25e ( ! , the she
governing the price ) . Crab-apples
which always remind tlio thoughtful
hotisowifo of sweet pickles and jellies ,
are on thn market at $1 per bushel. Other
apples , largu and clieuue , are solil at lit )
cents a pock. Tomatoes have become so
plenty and cheap that they can
bo had at almoit any price.
Silver Skin unions , which nro regarded
as a great delicacy by the lovers of tlmt
most savory vegetable , can bo bought
for 40c a pock. The lloston Marrow
squash , whluh is a great rival for point-
lar favor as against the old Ilubbarel. lias
put in an appearance at 20i ( > 35o apiece.
In addition to those the market basket
can bo filled to overflowing with an al
most endless number of vegetables ,
tropical fruits , etc.
The Successful Perlormnnco of the
.Mastodons ImHt Nlcht ,
Tim unbroken rule of a full housii , with
"standing room only , " signaled the
appearance of llavorly's ' Mastodons at
the Boyd last night.
The programme was shorter than
usual and there was a noticeable absence
of the immense crewel which formerly
took part in almost overv act. Instead
there was a number sutliciontly large to
satisfy without distracting the auditor.
There wore some new names iu tlio lists ,
and .some of them are already very elis-
tiiigms heel ones. The bone" ' were George
H . Wood. Kd Manning , P. II. Doyle ami
F. Shepard , the tambos , Low Spencer ,
Sam Howe , Kd Stowo and .fames Has-
trom , while the perennial K M. Kayno
aeteil as interlocutor.
Freshness in the jokes of a minstrel or-
gani/.ation is dillictilt to attain , but it
was admirably attained last evening , the
audience liiuling something worthy of
their attention throughout the llrst part ,
livery feature ) of the programme excited
either laughter or applause , the equilib
rist , Hilton , possibly the greatest of his
line , eliciting the warmest commenda
The company plays again this after
noon and evening.
DOESN'"f AI'I'llOVE IT.
The Mayor Proposes to IIIvo liy
At the I'oitncil mooting it will be recol
lected , an edict was issued that the chief
of police should vacate his present quar
ters and move into the mayor's ollice , in
order to make room for tlio board of
public works. The chief declared he
didn't propose to move unless the mayor
decided lie should. Yesterday afternoon
Mayor Uroateh was in his olhoe from 2
o'clock to 4. A reporter for the UKK
inquired of him whether ho proposed to
sanction tlio removal of the chief into Ins
ollice. With some degree of warmth
the mayor replied that lie didn't know
whether ho would or not. Ho thought he
was entitled to an ollico by himself and
he proposed to have one , too. Which
loaves the inference that Mayor Broatch
does not propose to have the chief of po
lice located in his oflioe.
Frank Coslor , Lincoln , is in Omaha.
A. S. Swart , Teeumsoli , is at the Bar
I' ] . Hanson , of Lincoln , is ut theMil -
F. D. Kensliaw , Long Pihe , is in the
E. K. Valentino , West Point , is in
Mrs. Harmon , of Worthington , is in
Jacob S. Gault. of North Plattc , is in
W. T. Scott , ot York , Nob. , is at the
M. Dowling , North Hcnd , is at the
A G. U. Calhoun , Kearney , is at the
W. A. Bennett , of Loup City , is a Bar
\V. R. Kelley , Lincoln , was in Omaha
yet , lord ay.
H. M. Leavitt , Lincoln , was in the city
N. F. lawcs and wife , of Seward , Jarc
in the city.
L. M. Tyler , of Lincoln was yesterday
in the city.
G. W. Merrill , of Lincoln , is a guest oi
J. 1) Crawford , of David City , is at the
W. T. Iseligh , West Point , Nob. , is at
C W. Spence is in the citv from
M. W. Stone , of Nahoo , was in the
M. M. Lyon , U. S. A. , arrived in the
J , S. lienson , of Lincoln , was m the
C. Retlan , of North Loup , Neb. , is an
Gus Suites , Lincoln , was at the Co/-
George \V. Wainwright , of Blair , is a
H. J. Kilpatrick , Beatrice , was in the
city last ovcniug.
Arthur Browning , Grand Island , is at
K. 11. Thomas , of Ogallala , is a guest at
the Canfielel house.
F. C. Richards and wife , Auburn , Neb. ,
are at the Cantiold.
S. M. Board , Portland , Ore. , is regis
tered at the Barker.
P. J. King , of Crete , Neb. , is registered
at the Barker hotel *
Frank Fowler , Fremont , look tea at the
Paxton last evening.
W. H. Dudley ; of North Platte , is stop
ping at the Co7/.ens ,
C H Delamatyr , of Fremont , dined nt
the Millard yesterday.
D. H. Fralnn , of Wakoliold , Nob. , Is
in tliu city on business.
F , J , Buchart , Grand Island is stop
ping at the Barker hotel.
George K. Saunders returned from
Schuylnr , Nob. , last night.
Senator James E. Campbell is regis
tered at the Barker hotel.
M. P. Burke and wile , of North Platte ,
were in the city yesterday.
Charles H. Hendrick , of Valentine ,
Nob. , is a Merchants guest.
B. H. Wilor and wife , of Osccola , Neb. ,
were doing Omaha yesterday.
J. C. Gross , of ilitrrisburg , Pa. , is in the
city aud is .stopping at the Caufield.
Mrs. Sanboru and Misses Samuels and
Fuller were in the city from Schuylur
Miss M. L. Barnes , n missionary
among the Indians of Omaha agency , is
in the city.
W. H. Scott of the Pullman Car com
pany went to Ogden this morning to take
charge of the company's oflice at that
J. H. Haverly is scrawled on the Millard -
lard register in u chirograph ? so fearful
and wonderful that any person looking
for the genial colonel would uercr Jind
irX ) elegant and costly presents given
to the patrons of Andreas' Carnival of
Novelties at every performance Corner
18th and Shhrman sts. ; wcok of August b ,
An'InviUUIon Prom Governor Fnrakor
COI.UMIIUS , O. , August S. Governor Fora-
ker to-day telegraphed to the president ex
tending him a cerelial Invitation to slop Iu
Columbus on his way to the vef > t.
IOWA'S FISH STOCK.
A Talk With Mr. K. I , . Kitiory on
What Ilo Haw In thnt Htnto.
Mr. K. L. Kmery , assistant superln
tondont of tlm Omaha fair and exposi
tion , returned Wednesday from an extended
tended trip over the O. , and N . W. rail
road. The object of Mr. Kmery's tout
was to solicit exhibits for the talr In this
city Iu Leptembor. Mr.Kmory is a prac
tical stockman ami to a BIK : roprcsonta <
tlvo gave a very favorable ) ac
count of tlio farming Interests
of western Iowa. The corn crop , said
Mr. Kmery. is excellent , ami tlio acreage
this year will bo larger than that of any
previous season. Oats and small grains
nro in a iirst class condition anil the
prospect for an oxtraorelinary yield in
gi'iieral crops Is good.
During his stay in tlio Hawkeye state
Mr. Kmery visited a number ol
the leading stook farms of the
state , many of which have no
superiors in this eoiintrv. Tltrotighotil
this section of Iowa , Mr.Kmory sajs , the
breeding and raising of stock is elono on
scientilio principles , and some of tlm
best breeds in existence aie produced
In Sac county , near Odobolt. Mr. Will
lam Cook has a thoroughly equipped
aud very extensive stock ranch. It com
prises several thousaiiel acres of land , witli
7SO ( ( acre now under cultivation
On this farm are thirteen tenement house"
occupied by some of the employes of the
farm. A complete breeding barn is an
important feature wlneli has a capacity
of 1,000 head , In this barn , which is n
most substantial and complete allair , are
Mueping apartments well lilted up and
oeuupied by the employes in
charge of the Mock. Beneath the
dome is n lookout balcony con
veniently arranged , which is occupied
during the night by a watchman , whc
guards against any ncohlunU to the herd
below. Air. Cook has now in pen fiOG
head of steers feeding , with cut feed , for
the market. Among his herd , which
numbers high in the thousands , are ! i5 ( !
imported breeding cows and seven im-
poitcil breeding bulls. Ills breed
ing barn U separate from the
feeding building , and In the former is no
hay , straw or intlummablc material. Tlio
food is prepared in an impioved cutter ,
which is operated by an engine , and all
food is kept in buildings unoccupied by
stock. Mr. Cook's ranch is ono of tlio
best in the United States and everything
is done in a practical style.
Ono of the interesting sights of the
superintendent in his trip was scon at the
farm of a Mr. Dunlap , near Dunlap , la.
This gentleman has now a complete
family of Polled Durhams , or "hornless
short-horns , " a most novel sight to the
most experienced stockmen , This pecu
liar breed was obtained through the sys
tematic ellorts of Mr. Dunlap , who has
boon so thoroughly succcsstul in tins
novel aonomo as to now have on his farm
what would be known ns "a complete
family of thoroughbred muloys. "
Mr. Emery also visited .1 number of
"studs" with which this section of Iowa
abounds. Among others wore these ol
Samuel Baird at Dunlap , and Dr. Boyd ,
of Dolianee , both of whom are brooders
of thoroughbred horses aud have well
equipped farms with somd splendid
specimens of cquinca.
The farmers and stockmen of this sec
tion are all taking a deep interest in the
coming Omaha fair and it is safe to say
that the Hawkeye state will bo well rep
resented hero in September.
Disease lies in anibuso for the vcnk ; a
feeble constitution is ill adapted to encounter -
counter a malarious atmosphere and
sudden changes of temperature , and the
least robust are usually the easiest vic
tims ; Dr. J. H. McLeanM Strengthening
Cordial and Blood Purifier will give tone ,
and vitality and strength to your entire
body , f 1.00 per bottle.
About 0.80 last evening the gas gener
ator at the gas works suddenly exploded.
Michael Carr , who was a short distance
from the generator at the time of the explosion -
plosion , was severely burned. His hair ,
eyebrows and beard wore singed to the
skin , and ho sustained several severe
burns , mainly about the head. Ho was
taken to his homo and his wounds wort
properly dressed by a physician.
See the trained animal exposition and
grand carnival at the corner of 18th and
bliermau sts. Week of August 8.
Kalakaua Hlcns thn Constitution.
SAN FiiANCisro , August 5. A special tc
the Chronicle fiom Fort Towiisenil says ;
The barkCoiiisa arrived from Honolulu to
day w Itli Hawaiian advices to July t'J. Kins
Kalakaua sinned the constitution on July
10. This deprived Kalnkaua of monarchal
power and leaves only power to druw hie
halnry and ( jrruit pardons. Ux'itromter ( Jib
son escaped on n barksixlllntr from Honolulu
and Is now on his way to San Fianclsco ,
Andress' Grand Carnival of Novelties
anil Trained Animals will bo at the circus
grounds , 18th and Sherman , August 6
and during the week ,
McGarlelc Itnuncl For Gibraltar.
QOKIIEC , Aucust 5. A prominent Chic.iiro
gentleman , on a pleasure trip , suld hero
to-d ay , he had met McG.irlulu In this city.
A man supposed to be McUariglo , It Is sale ) ,
took passage hero to-day on n sailing vessel
bound for Cihrnltar , passlim hlmsolf off as
an Invalid , althouirh It was well known ho
was in perfect health.
"Kly Killer" Dtiiclior'n lightning ,
The most fiucoessful exterminator ,
Kvory sheet will kill a quart. Quick work.
Persistent use will keep ahead of repro
duction , Dutchor's Duatl Shot for bed
For Nebraska nnd contial and eastern Da
kota : Warmer , fair weither , varinble wind * ,
tenerally trom south to wost.
For Iowa : Fair weatlmr , winils shifting to
west and south , slightly wnrme'r.
That Tired Feeling
The n arm v , eathcr hi3 a debilitating c fleet ,
especially upon thotu who aiovltlilu doors
must of the tlnio. Tlie pr-cullar , > et common ,
comiililnt known its "tli.it tired feeling , "
is the result. Thin feeling ran be entirely
overcome by taking Hood's Sarsaparllli ,
wliic.li gUcs new Illo and btrunuth to all
thu functions of tlio body.
"I could not Bleep ; had no atipctlto. I
took Hood's BarsaiiarllU and soon began to
tltcj ) soundly ; could Ret upltliout that
tired and languid feeling ; and my appellto
impro\od. " K. A. HA KOUD , Kent , Ohio.
Strengthen the System
Hood's Barsnparllla Is characterized by
three peculiarities : 1st , combination of
remedial agents ; 2Jtlio proportion ; 3d , tlio
) > roccss ol securing thu acllvo incdlcln.il
qualities. Tbo result Is a medicine of unuiual
strength , effecting cures hitherto unknown.
Send for book containing additional evidence.
"Hood's 8ir anarllla tones up my i/stcin.
fmrlnes my blood , Bliarpenj my amirtlto , and
oems to make mo over. " J ) ' . TUOMJTSOX ,
UcgUUr ot Deeds , Lowell , Mass.
"Hood's Ssnnpirllla beats nil other' , and
1 * worth IM woljjlit In gold. " I lUituiAUTO * ,
130 Itauk btroet , Hew York City.
gold by all druggists. $1 ; six for J3. Made
only by 0.1. HOOIJ & CO. , Lowell , Mss. (
IOO DOBOB Ono Dollar.
fly Dr. SnedlUor's method. No operation ! no
pain ; no doUMUIon trom business. Aduptod to
children ns well ns grown pec-rile. Hiiudrod > of
autograph toitlmomiiU on mo. All Imslntea
Btnctly conlKluiitUL. Consultation free.
PROF. N. D. COOK ,
Room C , 1514 DouglM St , , Omaha , Neb.
Mexican far Veteran.
Th wonderful ctflcacy of Swift' * pppdflc IW
runi lj ninl euro for rlicumntUm anil nil blood < IU-
eiur < , hiu nrror had n nioro comploucnn llltntrMton
thnn thli i' > o nffonU. The cinilltl , tmvlldtrJ ntul
pmphntlo tntlmony Rtren by ( lie venerable gpntlo-
man muit bo accepted iu conrlnclnp nJ conclusive
The wrlttr U n promltif ntclHion of Mlislwlppl. Tha
gentltman lowborn Mr. Martin tcfon.iind low bora
he Is Indnbteil for the mlvlce to whtoli ho OITCI hit
final relief from J-CHM of nulTerlng , Is Mr. King , for
m ny years the popular ulgUt clerk ot the Lawreno *
JACKSON , UlK. , April t , IW.
Tim Bwirr RPKCIFIO COMI-AIT , Atlanta , Os. I '
llentlfmen Ino \ \ been an linnllil ix-nslmier for
forty yearn , hn > Ing contracted pulmonary nil othir
riUc.-iscs Iu tha llcilcau War , but uot till the lutut
March , 1S7S illil I feet any ) mptomi of rhcumatUm.
On that day I wn * tuddonly stricken nlth tlmt dh-
eve In ( nth hips nn > \ ankles. J'nr twenty day * t
walked on crutches. Then thppaln via left Tlolont ,
but It hlftert from Joint to Joint. Kopwreki I woutil
Mtotnlljr dUiihlul , cither on one tldoof my bed } or
the other. 11mrnlu \ n rr left tuna moment for
eleven ) earn tind six en niontln that Is from March I ,
19T."i , hm I wn tint nttiuked , tn ( A-lober 1 , 15 ,
hinl a < curcd. Durlim tlie clurcn yearn of In.
temo tufferlnir I tried Innnmernblo | ire orlitlonn |
from > nrlona iihydlclnui. mid tried everything mx-
pented bfrlondi , but If I v\rr received the Iroat
I'enelH fiotn nny medlclnn taken Internally or ex-
tirtmlU , I urn not n nroof It , 1 lually , about the
nrnlof fxptimber. I mailu nrrnngemrnH to pi to the
HotSirlMK'or | ArkHtivm , ImMni ; clespnlrwl of everjr
other remedy , when Inccldemnlly met nil oldno-
( limlntnnie , Jlr. Kliik' . now nt the Lnwimico llonta
( if Ihluclt ) . Hu bud unco been nEruitsulTororfroin
ihciinintl'm , nntl , ni 1 upno cd. Ind bwn outeil
by a visit to Hot Spring , llut when I met him ho
U'MmMluUhn vMl M lliollot Hirlnp | wus ln\nln
ho found no relief On his rctut n from Hi 1 8irlnct |
lieluunl. for the llrstt line , of thus S. H. nnrrm < dy
forrhcmnntlsm. Ho tried It nnil sir | H > IIH ! hmdon
complete cm e. Saml j i nr hare passed ulncv , but
Loluishnil mi 1 1 turn ct tlio dlsciisu.
Ilmmedlntcly Kturncd tutry H. In September t
took four I ion lei , nnd bv the Ilistnf oauln'r Ivn I <
wellnsfarnn the rliuimntlun s coninrned. All
palu hnd dliiitipiaiod , and I imn MOT KBLT A iwixos
of IT SINCK.
I have no Interest In mnklnR thla statement other
than the hopothat It mn > dhect Homo other sufferer
toapuro hourei1 of tellfand Ifllhna thlsreeultl
nm well rewarded for mv tioutle , 1 am very rft.
kpuctfully aud truly jourfrkud.
J. M. H. MASTIV.
Tor s.ilo by all driiKglvts. Treatise on Wood and
Sklu UUianei umlkd free.
TUB Bwin SrKoino Co. ,
Drawer 8 , Atlanta , Oa.
, " Rn-Mt Sixteen , " who romps In1
the orchard , mir the meadons , rldfson the
pcnboneh , iambics over thn inonntAlnH and en *
.lo.TBnll the ll\ely outdoor KHtjifsnuil sporty
> tt her I'neiNrck , Ai inn and llundn ar *
pi rf ret pictures of liuuutj , hlch tha tinmen e
for theCuiiinlpxIon. It makes a ludv of 40
appear but -/o. . 'TU ft hninileat Liquid ,
npplled Instantly. C'nn'c be netrctvd.
Almto the 111 ctTdCtaof Hot , Dry , XVliidy
Weal her. Iow w y with Tan , Hunhurn ,
I'r cklr . Totter * nd every Skin liluinb.li.
Woudcj-lullj KerrenhluB. fake u nltb
you to the Seashore and Jlountttltn.
( TBO if cxicijriirjTiD WITH tni oioaairnr OT tmt
oouxrnr WILL i DT ri > iUKiNa tHis KAT nut tax
CHICAGOROCK , ISLAND&PJCIFIC RAILWAY
By reman of Its central pnslt'loi close relation to linn
Fa.it of ChlcaK ° > Anil cutitlnuiu ) mt > 9 At terminal
polnti Writ , Nortliwi t and Hojthwuit , In th tru *
middle link In that trAnnc-onUatntM ijittem which
iuvltes and facilitate travel anil traffic butwron tlio
Atlautlo and 1'acllle.
The Hock lilanj mainline and branoboi Inclnd * Chicago
cage , Jollet , Ottawa , LaRalle , I'norlik , G neB o , ftlollno
and Hock Island , In llllnolit Davenport , Miucatlne ,
Washington , FalrAeld , Ottumvm.O.kolooia , Wet Lib-
ertj , Iowa CltjDai Molnun , Indlanola.Wlutntet , Allan-
tic , KnoiTlllo , Audubon , Ilarlan , Outhrle Contro and
Council JllulU , Inluwa ; Oallatln , Trenton , Bl.Jonph.
Cumeron and Kansai City , In Missouri ! Luavenworth
and Atchlion.lnKanMii Albtrt I.ea.UlnnAapolIt and
St I'aul , InMlanoiotag Watfrtown and Bloux Kalli. la
Dakota , and bundrvdt of Intermediate oltlei and town * .
' . 'The Croat Rock Island Routs" '
Guarantor * | > ci > d , comfort , certainty and vafttf , Iti
pcrmanont way h dlitlnemthed for IU lucelleuoa. It *
Irldgei are of etuno and Iron , lln track ti of ioll < J
teel.lUrolMAfffltock perfect. ItapalRe.nfferefuIj > inn6
hai all the Raftty appliance ! that experience haaprgvod
uiLful , and for luiurlous accommodation ! U uitfur-
pasted. Its Kiprcnj Iralni consist ot euporfur D.ir
Coachra , elrcant 1'ullman 1'alace I'arlorand Hlonuilitf
Can , aupeilj blnlne Cart , providing dulkloui meals ,
and ( between Chicago and St. Joncpu , Atchlion and
Kapsai City ) restful Reclining Chair Can. IU man.
cement U cuus rruth u , IU discipline exacting.
"The Famous Albert Lea Route"
Between Chlcaro and fillnnfapolli and It. Paul l ! tha
f arorlto. Over this line PolM Vast Kiprrti Tntlni run
dally to attractive roicirta for tourliti In Iowa ami
Minnesota , and , via Watertown and Hloujc Falls , to the
rich wheat and rmlnglinilt ol Interior Dakota. Via
Seneca and Kanltakea , the Hock Island offers superior
Indurt-inrntB to trari ler ! between Cincinnati , Indjan-
apolli , Lafayetta and Council limits , SI Joii'p'.J , Atelil-
inn , I avenworth , Kauiaa City , Ht. I'aul. and Interme
diate polnti Alt imtnmrt ( un [ iclally lading and rlill-
< Jron ) receive protection , courtesy and llnjly attention.
I or tickets , niups , foi ] ! r , copies of Weitera Trail , ur
ny doln > d Information , apply to principal oftU.es In
the United Stutes aud Canada , or address , at Chicago ,
R. t. CASK , [ .ST. JOHN , [ . A. HDIBDOOI ,
rriliaO.iilUu.i. , In Iu.ulUuuir Co. Tit a rui iri
CHICAGO SHORT LINE
Chicago , Mil waukee&St , Faulty
The ] tc t Iloiitunun Omaha and
Council JHn/J'H to' .
Two Tiauis Daillictwecn Omaha antl
Chicago , AND Milwaukee ,
St. I'aul , Miimcapolix , CcdarK.ipids
Kock Island , 1'iecport , Kockforil ,
Clinton , Dubwiue , Oavcnnort ,
ni in , Madiron , Janesville ,
Deloit , W'nona ' , La Crosse ,
And till othrr Itnpnrtnnt polntt Knit , Northeo.it
. . und Hoiitli et.
l-oi tlyouifh tiokuts e H < > i > thn tloknt nifont
at lidltfiiiuttm et , In 1'uxton hiitol , or ut Union
l'ttCl8Jf-0llt ! | ( ,
1'ulliUttn t5lcoiora ] and the Ihiost DliiliiB CKM
In tlie world urn run on the muln line of tbo
Clilcnpo , Mll Kitk - . ) A St. 1'iitil llallwiiy und nv-
ry munition f.s paid to iiiiKMiiiKora by couito-
oUBeniplojouH ot th < ntiipuny.
Jl Mtr.i.Klt. Ocnoral Mannj-or.
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A. > , It. C'Aui-KNTiii , Geniiiul J'ueicngei tut )
Ticket A ont.
UEO , H ilEAVronu , AsilttantQencral l'un n <
gor itnd Ticket AKOliU
J.T. CI.AHK Otnorftl tiuperlntondcnt.
Incomparably ( he
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