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THE OMAHA DAILY Bl : , rUESDAY. SEPTEMBER < L 1887L
ta , Evanslon , Wyoming } H. T. Knocbs *
bay lilleyBcathtsll , of Sioux City , la. ; S.
Dlckojr's 1) a , Hiram I'cttis , of Lansing ,
Knn. anil James S. Hough's b s Jimmy
II , of Woodbine , la. Jimmy 11 was
drawn , however , on account of sickness.
The other tltrco star-toil m thn following
order : Bcathcll the polo , Hiram Pettls
Bccond and Wanita third. After several
Rcorlnci tlio horses got u good send oil' ,
llcuthcll taking the lend and maintain
ing It throughout the ht-at. coming under
the wire fully seventy-live yards in front
of his competitors , In 2:53. : Hud not the
xllstanco been waived , Wanttaand Hi ram
XVttis would both have been shut out.
The horses not off at the first attempt
in the second hont , Bcathcll again setting
the pnco and taking the lend. Attain ho
ootnu under the wire a dozen lengths
ahead of Wanita and 1'ettis , In tno re-
tnarkably good time for a two-year-old
of 2:40. :
tteathell 1 1
Wanlta 2 a
llirntn Petti * 3 3
Tliue-2:5J : ; 2:49. :
Bcathcll was the favorite in the pools.
The second and linal event was the
running race , half mile heats , two best in
three , with nine starters , as follows ;
purse $100 :
L. W. Benson's br f Panola , C. II.
O'Brien's d m Queen of Hearts , J.V. .
Keece's b g Hilly , Charles Grabbcrt's b m
Dolly Sherwood. J. S. Uothrock'i b s
Foarnot , 1) W. Hoe's bg Jim Shelby ,
Sherman & Williams' s u Dan Wagner ,
If. . Cowles' ' s g Sorrcll Sam , carry
ing 15 over weight ; Kclgoro &
Shepherd's , s g Sorrelllaniblor. Oregon
I'iinola drew the polo.
On the third scoring a toler.xbly good
ntart was obtained , with Jim Shelby
holding a slight ai'varitago. ' He jumped
into the lead and hold it to the first nuar-
ter whore he was collared and passed by
Dan Wagner. Shelby , under whip and
epur , made a desperate struggle to recover -
cover his lo t advantage but Wagner
was too quick for him and came down
the homo stretch and under the wire a
full length ahead , with Shelby and Panola
neck and neck for second place , Shelby
winning the place. Dolly Sherwood and
the Queen of Hearts were bhut out.
Dan Wagner and Sorrel Sam were the
favorites in the pools.
After numberless false starts In the
nccond heat , they got oil'in a bunch with
Wagner again slightly in the lead and
Sorrel Rambler a head behind. Wagner
increased his load at the quarter polo a
half length , Panola heading Hamblor.
In rounding into the home stretch Wag
ner led by u length , with Pauola and
Bholby rushing for second place close
astern. Wagner won by n length and a
half with Panola a nook ahead of Shelby
for second place. Time , Oil.
Dan Wanner 1 1
.I I in Shelby. . , . , a 3
Punola S 2
Panola took second money.
The rices this afternoon promise to bo
unusually interesting , and a grand crowd
will assuredly bo in attendance. There
nro two trotting events and a pace on the
card , the 2:48 : class with thirteen entries :
the 3:1'8 : class , pacing , with twelve en
tries , and the three-year old colt stakes ,
sixteen entries. A list of the entries for
those events , with the names of the own
ers , wilt bo found appended :
TKOTT1NO , 2:48 : CLASH. I'OUSE NO. S , 8500.
Ollle , b in , A. C. Beckwlth , Kvanston ,
Wyp.I5ob ; JUdloy. b ir , Tueo. Van Al * t ,
Klkhorn Station , Neb. ; Prince. KB , S. 11.
Dickey. Lansing , Kans. ; Daniel K , RK. A.
8. . Patrick. Omaha , N b. . Folly , bin , J. U.
McShanoOmaha , Nob. ; Solitaire , bjr , L. A.
Grintth. Fremont , Neb. ; Ora Stewart , bin ,
Pat Stewart , Kansas City , Mo. ; Gladys , b m ,
It. S. Alalunev , Jr. , liumboldt. Neb. ; Jenny
.Mnd , bmV. . V. Clmmbcrlln , Hastings ,
Neb ; Coppermont , b s , M. Lovott , Guide
Kock , Nob. ; A line , bs , II. K. Mayo ; Chip
munk , b K , W. 11. Saunclurs , Jr. ; Indigo , b
m , Kagewood stock furm , Oconomowoc ,
AVIs.Paclnjr , 3:23 : class. Purse No. 4. 8500 :
Prince Columbia , b s , O. E. Alnvne. Omaha ,
Neb. ; Warren bally. , , s er , M. E. Hnrle ,
Council muffs , ln.lted Hover , b g. It. J.
Stewart , Kansas City. Ma ; Sol. Miller , ss ,
Leland As Nelson , Tioy , Kan. ; Monkey
Holla , bit , GoorceUrlines. SalemInd. ; Fred ,
W a g. CunnliiKhani & Co. , Kansas City ,
Wo. ; Tom , b g. Spears & Jams. Concordlo ,
Kan. ; Diamond Joo. b s , F. 11. Shelly ,
Klowa. Kan. ; Gray Jlin , g ? , Wade Carey ,
Council Hlulfs. la. ; Mambrlno Prince , bre.
J. U Wilson. Kansas City , Mo. ; Mattle
Stlpp , b in , L , D. Groom , Cedar Rapids , Neb. ;
Coiiiendor.be. 1L Harnlsb , Alt. Carroll. 111.
TIinLK-TKAK-OLD COLT STAKES. PUHSK HO.
5. ASSOCIATION Al > D9 3150.
Seth P , b s. Kosterson & Tolleth , Falrbury.
Nob. ; Al Mott , b , A. C. Heckwlth. Evanston -
ton , Wyo. ; Uaby Mine , br lilly. F. 11. Oriim ,
Avoca , la. : Omaha , b s. P. McEvoy. Elkhorn -
horn , Neb. ; Kentucky Kobe ! , b g. IV. .
lloe , Kearney , Neb. : Ezelda Allen , b ra , A.
Thompson. Omaha , N b. ; Charles McOor-
Slick , be , A. S. Patrick , Omnha. Neb. ; Alc-
hane , bile s , Kd Pyle , liumboldt , Nob. ;
Gooree Simmons , b s , C. II. Crelehton ,
Omaha , Neb. : Nellie lilrd , b m , John h.
Wolf , jr. , Cedar Rapids , Neb. ; Count Walde-
mar , bs , Harvey i'lckerl , York , Neb. ; Flor
ence U. , Nat liruenti , Burlington , la. : Spectator
tater , bfl , J. A. Graham , BlircHvllle , III. ; Al-
mont Aberdeen , A. S. llolladay. Lincoln ,
Neb. ; Cruiser , It. T. Knecbs , Sioux City , la. ;
Lady May , b ni , I. J. Starbuck , McCook ,
KOTRS AND COMMENTS.
The attendance yesterday for the first
day was very good. The ground present
B charming appearance and everybody
eemod to DO happy. The rush will set
Frank Sail , tbo Jockey who piloted Dan
Wagner to victory in the morning race
yesterday reminds ono of the celebrated
Murphy. Ho sits well and handles his
horse in admirable style , lie was fifteen
pounds over weight , but was a wiuncr
Colonel J. H. Butler , ox-fire chief ,
loomed up great in a light suit , wbite
plug and yellow sash , as ono of the mar-
hkla of the day. He galloped about on
Gray Eagle like a Coiuuucho on the war
Charles M. Smith , the starter at thoraces
races , hasn't H superior in the country.
Ho is prompt and decisive , and will per
mit of no monkeying on the part of
drivers or jookeys.
M. T. Knoob's Elwood Chief , who is
entered for the stallion and free-for-all
trot , made a mile in 2:18 : in a trial heat at
Sioux City recently. Ho Is n rangnittoont
animal and in for some fast time this
McLcod. H. Chamberlain's handsome
stallion , of Arapaboo , Neb. , is m superb
condition , and in the stallion trot is ex
pected to beat , if not equal , his record.
Ho inado 2:101 : on the Cleveland track ,
nnd is ono of the fastest stallions in thu
countryT He was sired by the renowned
Saturn , now thu propurty'of C. E. Mayno.
C. F. Earnst , secretary of thu St. Joe
fair Association , is in attendance at the
C. E. Mayno's Consul goes in the free-
for-all trot Wednesday. Ho is another
good one , and beat Klmwood Chief nt the
late meet at the Bluffs.
If any ono thinks there isn't to be
great sport in the speed ring this week
let him run his eye ever the entries. It
embraces many horses known in every
circuit in thu United States.
The quarter strotoh .yesterday was well
occupied with handsome tunruouts.
And the ladies , they were there , and
nottmly | scorned more excited than the
There will bo a running race Thursday ,
Friday and Saturday.
Queen of Hearts , a little dun mustang
in the run yesterday looked like a rabbit
in the wako of the Hying horses. She
wax distanced horribly.
Uedford , Consul , Melted , Williams ,
Karl McGregor and Longfellow Wuij
are entered for the freo-ffr-zU stallion
XJvrtn will be noted turfmen here froir
all parts of the west to-day.
There ii every prospect that the racw
tre going to ' prove exceptionally lino.
Tliu track'L la elegant coudUioU.
A Shower of Ton Thousand Ticket * .
Mr. James , the school raporintmulont
was bosoigod by nearly 10,000 school
children , at the board of _ education
quarters yesterday morning'to rccelvo
their free tickets to tbo fair. For the
first time in his pedagogical career he
had to capitulate to nu army of children ,
being unable in any way to effect a satis
factory arrangement for the distribution
of the tickets. As a last resort ho as
sembled the children on Iho south side of
the building , and throw out the tickets to
them by the hundreds from the second
story windows. The scrambling that ensued -
sued furnished great sport for the by
standers. The superintendent kent up
this modus oporandl until In the course
of an hour ho had the satisfaction of see
ing the siege at an end. Nearly 10,000
tickets were thus disposed of.
Itaidlng the Itnm Hquatters.
Quito a number of shebeens , consisting
of rough planks nailed together , were
erected m the vicinity of Camp Logan
last week. Their owners and proprietors
anticipated big returns during fair WCOK
from a disposal of the ardent "whero it
would do the mostcood , " and to econo
mize expenditure procured only United
States licenses and neglected to pay any
city revenue. They wore warned on Sat
urday not to open their plaecs of business ,
but disregarding the warning they were
in full blast Sunday , tlio effects of their
villainous stock bo ing painfully visible in
camp all day. On yesterday morning F.
E. Munn notified thorn again not to open
their places , but in half an
hour they were open wide aud
doing a thriving trado. Without further
parley Mr. Mann nworo out warrants
before Justice J. C. Shea against the
proprietors and their bartenders and the
following were arrested : Patrick
Douglas , Eugene O'Donnoll , and
Edward Savage proprietors and
Joseph Pol/.er , Charles Hunt and
John Bostrum , bartenders. They were
taken to the sheriff's olllce and bail
in the sum of $1,000 each was asked for
their discharge , which not boms forth
coming ttioy were turned over to Jailor
The "Kxcolslor's" Window.
None of the windows decorated so pro-
uscly this week in honor of the G. A. R.
ncampmont present more articles of in-
crest than tlio modest little windows of
Jlora Chase's Excelsior office at 101
outh Sixteenth street. In ono of the
windows are relics of the late war col-
pcted by his father , Colonel Chiiso. The
nest conspicuous relic is the rebel flair
apturcd at Husselvillo , Ky. , and is thu
nly known confederate banner in the
ity. Below this are two cavalry sabres
apturcd at the battles of Champion
lill , Miss. , nnd an old patern infantry
word that was taken from H confederate
aptured at the sicgo of Knoxvillo. There
TO besides other articles of equal in-
The Cameron martial band , of Cam- '
ron , Hall county , arrived last eveniug.
'here are thirteen members. G. W.
lillcr is leader and L. L. Smith flfo
A colored crook named E. G. Thomas ,
who was arrested the lirst of the week on
ho charge of stealing a watch from Hig-
irins' barn , but was subsequently dis-
barged from lack of convicting testi
mony , was re-arrested by Officer Bloom
ast night. This time Thomas had the
tolen watch on his person.
Over Thirty Thousand Take Part In
tbo Chicago Iteunlon.
CHICAGO , Sept G. iSpeclal Telegram -
gram to the BEE | The union of the German
eterans of the United States 250 warriors
who saw service on ninny a bard fought bat-
le field with the beloved emperor held a
meeting this morning In Brand's hall , which
was appropriately decorated for the occasion
vlth German and American flags. On the
walls were pictures ot the Emperor William
and President Cleveland , attesting tholrlovo
if the fatherland and its great ruler and their
patriotism as citizens of the republic. The
greater portion of the morning's session was
aken up. in receiving the reports of the
ihnlrman ; Herman Buschman ; Christ Albrecht -
brecht , the secretary ; Charles Kreugar , the
rcastiror , and the executive committee. The
oports were approved. The treasurer's
tatomont showed a yery satisfactory amount
on hand. A long and heated discussion was
ndulgod in as to the ways and moans ot
supporting the ofllcinl organ of the bund or
order. Final action was deferred. This
afternoon a sumptuous banquet In the main
mil of the bulialnz was held , and speech-
naklng and stories innumerable were void of
Germany's great war ot seventeen years auo.
To-morrow the olllcnrs of tlio society will be
elected and the next meeting place will bo
Supplement-/ Weather Crop Bulletin.
iVASiiiKnToN , Sept. 5. Following is a
supplement to the weather crop bulletin for
the weekended Septeirber 3 : During the
t > astweek the weather has ooen reported as
tavorablo for growing crops In Massachusetts ,
New Jersey , for all except cotton , In Soutn
Carolina ; and as slightly Improving ; thorn In
northern Illinois. Tennessee and Kansas ; as
Improving them In Ohio , Indiana , southern
Illinois , Missouri , Arkansas. Mississippi , and
North Carolina. Reports Indicate for the
corn growing region a yield below the aver
age due to a doOcencv In the rainfall. The
pasturage Is reported good In Nebraska ; im
proved by late rains in Minnesota aud
Kansas , ana unfavorable in Missouri.
Maud 8. ' Ijftteit Performance ,
NEW YOHK , Sept 5. | Special Telegram to
the BEE ] Maud S. made another splendid
performance on Saturday. Mr. Bonner took
Murphy up to Tarrrtown to give the mare a
fust quarter. It was to have been the second
quarter from the start , but the foot and hind
shoo came oft somehow and Murphy eased
her up. K'ndlng she was golnit all right , tie
let her corao home the last quaiter as she
liked. She made the mile in 3:17 : and the
last quarter In SO seconds a two-minute
A Leather Company Falls.
MILWAUKEE , Sept. 5. The Wisconsin
leather company , 0119 ot the oldest houses in
the city , confessed judgment to-day on four
notes amounting to over $90.000. The com
pany was declared solvent by the Judge ot
the circuit court. The sherllf U in posses
sion of the tannery and other property of the
company. No statement of the amount ot
the liabilities and assets has been made.
Now IOWA Postmasters.
WASHIXOTOX , Sapt. 5r-lSpecIal Tele
gram to the Bir. : . | Tho'followlng Iowa post
masters were appointed to-day : Oliver D.
Nichols. Owasa , llardln county. Vice Morris
K. Blshle resigned. Diana P. Price , Rowan ,
Wright county , Vice F. T. Schuiallo re
An Kvlctect Tenant Dies.
Pum.ix , Sept 5. Mrs. Maloney , a bedrid
den woman who was evicted nt Herberts-
town , Wednesday last , died Saturday. All
the shopkeepers of DrutI closed their shutters
out of rusppct tor the deceased. An Inauest
Robbed the Treasury.
GIIKENVII.I.K , Sept. B. The county treas
urer's safe door * were found cpenlthls mornIng -
Ing , and 543,000 missing. Treasurer John S.
Simon Is not at homo , but It Is rumored lie
only went to Versailles , and \ylll rclurn.
BUCIIAUFST , Sept IV. The censorship ol
foreign telegrams continues throughout Bul
garia , and the entry of foreign newspaper !
Into the country I * forbidden. Many arrests
are made ewydsy. _ ,
Wanted To purchase a good chicken
dog. . Address at once stating 'price
asked , A 1 lr.K ) olllce. , ' , . . St.
LABOR DAI'S ' CELEBRATION ,
WorkingraoD in Several Largo Cities Enjoy
Their Legal Holiday ,
BUSINESS ALMOST SUSPENDED
Monster Pnradca Participated in ,
With the Leading Trades Organi
sations I'lylng Their Vooa *
tlons During the March.
The I > ny Fittingly Ohqnrved.
CHICAGO , Sept 5. | Special Telegram to
the BEK. ] The celebration of Labor holiday
was ono of the tnost successful hold In this
city. At an early hour men In the undress
uniforms of their respective orders , organi
zations and societies , began to assemble at
the rendezvous for the custdmary parade ,
and the streets through which the procession
passed wcro packed with eager throngs ot
sight-seers. Manufacturing and building
operations were very generally suspended
lor the day throughout thn city , and a desire
to makn the day a mmnorabls ono was very
generally evinced. Nearly every labor or
ganization In the city was ropiesented In the
line of march , which wns gay with appro
priate banners and mottoes , and musical
with numerous brass bauds. It IB estimated
that about 130,000 people participated in the
There was more color on the lalto front
this morning , more music and a bieger
crowd than has been seen there for many a
day. Innumerable flags and banner * were
uplifted above the heads of a gathnring
variously estimated as numbering anywhere
from M.OOO to luo.ooo men , women and child
ren. It was an Imposing spectacle that met
the eves of thn passenzers who alighted from
tbo trains on the lake front as the great
array of wage xvorkers paraded along the
cross streets lending to the starting point ot
the labor procession. Bands were
playing and all along both sides of
the streets were thrones tilling up
every available Inch of sp.ipa on the side
walks and all captive * to the Inspiring music ,
the blending of banners , ( lags and steamers ,
and to the oiderlv tread ot the vast detach
ments of men. It wns a scene of brilliant
animation. Some nlxtv-two or slxty-tliri'o
labor unions had slcnltied their determina
tion to join the great demonstatlon. It was
labor's holiday and the event was to be made
the greatest in the history of the united la
bor societies. That much Was certain long
before 11 o'clock , the hour appointed for the
parade. Never before was tliero such a
crowd In line in anv labor parade held In
this city. Nor would It be possible to got a
better natured or more orderly crowd. The
same good order and monster attendance of
spectators marked the progress of tno pa
rade to the picnic grounds at Ogden's grove.
Kvory street corner was completely jammed
by tlio multitude eager to see the great pro
cession. Housetops nil along the the way
and windows afforded u sight of It. While
the 30.000 or 40,000 men In line were marchIng -
Ing , all the ordinary traffic on the streets
stopped , and vehicles of every description
were obliged to come to a standstill.
It Is estimated that there were over
blrty thousand men in Hue. The pro-
estlon reached their picnic erounds about'J
> . m. The managers of the big demonstra-
lon carried out one part of the programme
, o the entire satisfaction of the general pub
ic In suppressing the Anarchistic emblems
; hat weio sought to DO sneaked Into the par
ade. Late In thn afternoon a heavy rain fell
which dampened the enthusiasm of ttio
workingmen ana their wives and sweet
hearts at Ogden's grove.
NKW Youu , Sept. 6. Labor day being a
igal holldav all the down-town exchanges ,
banks , bankers' and brokers' olllccs nnd
down-town offices were closed ter.erally.
Many other business houses closed for the
day , but some had to remain open. The
courts and public departments were at a stand
still. Full 20,000 men belonging to nearly
every trade organization In the city took
part In the procession.
In the ranks were printing presses In
operation , bakers' ovens In full blast , a num
ber of large safes , a sailing boat fully
equipped and a group of cigarette-manufac
turing ftlrls. At Union Square the proces
sion was reviewed Dy Henry George , S. L.
Sheviteh , the socialist editor , and others.
General Master Workman Powderly , who
was expected , did not appear. The proces
sion wended Its way up Fifth avenue to
Forty-second street , where It disbanded. The
remainder of the day was spent In social en
joyment at Brommer's park. The day was
also appropi lately observed In Brooklyn.
The public buildings and depaitments were
all closed. No reel ilags were allowed in the
INDIANAPOLIS , Sept 5. Labor , day was
observed here to-day by the cessation of
work In the mechanical trades. 'Iho parade
took place during the morning , In which
Severn I thousand men and women took part
In the afternoon speeches were made by
Jesse Harper , ot Illinois , and several othcis.
DKTUOIT , Mich. , Sept 5. Most of the fac
tories and shops closed to-day to give em
ployes an opportunity to participate In the
celebration of Labor day. Delegations are
present from Cleveland , Toledo , London ,
Out , and from mauy points In Michigan.
The procession was the laigest eyer seen In
tlio city , nearly all branches of business being
BOSTON , Sept. 6. An almost general sup
pression of business , a latx-o influx of sub
urban vlsltois and a great procession of
workingmen marked thu celebration of
Labor day in this city. 1'he procession was
a much larger one than In the labor demon
stration last year. The majority were trndo
unionists , while last year they were chiefly
Knights of Labor.
Howard County Teachers' Institute.
ST. PAUL , Nob. , Sept. C. ( Special to the
the BEK.J The largest and best normal In
stitute ever held In Howard county closed
Saturday. Miss C. C. Covey , the county
superintendent and conductor , had charge
of ; the didactics and spelling : Prof. S. A.
Kendall , superlntondontof schools , at Jetfer-
sop. la. , Instructed in book-kueplug , pen
manship , drawing , United States history
ana geography ; Prof. O. F. Emerson , princi
pal of the Iowa college preparatory school ,
Orlnnoll , gave Instructions in physiology ,
arithmetic , grammar , botany , philosophy ;
Miss Rooney , of St. Paul , had charge of the
Prof. Kendall lectured to a large audience
on Monday night on "Patent and
Teacher. " On Wednesday evening
Prof. Emerson lectured on "Epochs In Edu
cation. " Both lectures wore Instructive and
were well received.
Ella June Mead , of Omaha , gave a very
fine reading one evening of the Institute.
There Is a unanimous feeling among the
teachers for the re-election of Superinten
dent C. U. Covey. Under her administration
the schools tave reached a standard second
to nnnn In the state.
The B. & M. Is biny laying the track of the
St. Paul brnncii. St. Paul Is growing rap
idly. Business Is not very lively.
. . .
Murder in Wyoming.
CHKTKNNK , Wyo. , Sept. 5 [ Special Tele
gram to the BKK.J Qeorgo B. Uilduft and
Jack Camp , two miners from this city , were
attack d last evening by Theodore Ajajzle ,
Ed Bryant and Charles Miller. During
the fight Ajajzlo shot Welsh
and UlUlufT , killing the . - latter
Instantly and silently wounding Welch. The
prisoner was brought to this city this morn
ing and lodeed in jail. Bryant and Miller
have been arrested as accessories to the mur
der. The tight grow out of a claim held by
Utldutf against Bryant and Miller for wages.
Weather Indications ,
For Nebraska : Cooler , generally fair
weather , light to fresh winds , variable.
For Iowa : Cooler , generally fair weather ,
lleht to fresh variable winds.
For Eastern and Central Dakota : Cooler ,
generally fair weather , light to trcsh winds ,
Death Knds a Burce.
LOUISVILLE , Ky. . Sept 5. Phillip
Schembs , a baker of this city , committed
suicide this morning while confined In the
county jail by cutting his throat and au
arter > lit his left arta with a tin bucket. Us
was just getting over a sprne and \VM iockttd
up for duorderly conduct. '
CQNSTAimsoruc , Sept. 5. The Ottoman
bank 6ai stopped disbursements abroad on ac
count of tlio Turkish goveruuieut's failure to
male * deposits. ' , . :
Ycstorday'H Ball Onme.
The Omahos andi Hastings played their
third game ot the closing scries yesterday
afternoon. It was a poorly played struggle ,
but owing to Its "ddubtful outcome was ex
ceedingly interesting. Both teams had an
off day , but the local boys acquitted tliom-
selves with the most c/edlt. and knocko.l out
victory In the final Inning bv n bare margin
of ono run. Walsh. , banged" the first ball
pitched In the opening innlue for a home
run and everybody1thought the boys had
another pudding. A little of the conceit
was knocked ouPof'thoin ' , however , when
the corn liuskors 'came in for their half and
on a concatenation'of ' muffs , fumbles and
juggles , with a couple of hits , piled up flvn
runs. But the Omahaa finally won , as before
stated , nnd thn three or four hundred present
yelled themselves hoarse when the last man
of the visitors was extinguished.
A great Institution Is base ball after all.
Hero Is the score !
Kelslnir lb 5 3 3 0 0 14 0 0
Welsh If 5 1 0 0 0 3 U 0
Nicholson . . . .p 5 1 3 3 1 0 3 0
Total 48 10 10 19 27 W 8
SCOIIK 11V INNINGS.
Omaha 30011313 2-11
Hastings 50002000 3 10
lluns earned Omaha 0 , Hastings 4.
'Iwo-base hits Mlssltt , Fusselbacb , Gen-
ins. Jnntren , Kolslng.
Tlireo-base hits Jantzen. Kelsing ,
Homo runs Walsh. .
liases on bnlls-Healy 5 , Nicholson 1.
Struck out-By Healy 4.
Bases on balks Healy 1.
Lett on bases Omaha 8 , Hastings 9.
Time of game-1 hour and 10 minutes.
TO-DAY'S OAMI : .
Following are the positions and batting
order In to-day's game , to be called at 8:3U :
o clock :
OMAHA. 1-03. HASTINGS.
Krehmeycr . .o Itevnohls
Hartson p werklo
Dwyer. 1 liaising
Mci-sitt , .3 Welch
Fusselbach 3 Whltehoad
Walsh s Peoples
Barter 1 Welsh
Genlns m Curtis
Bandlo r Ltuiman
National League Gnmos.
Nnw Tonic , Sept. 5. The eamo be
tween the New York and Washington team
to-day resulted as follows :
Now York * 0 03230101 9
Washington 0 00100030 3
Pitchers Koefe and Whitney. Base hits
Now \orkttt. Washington a Errors New
York 4 , Washtngton.4. . Umpire Valentino.
DBTJIOIT , Sept 5. Tlio game to-day
between the DetroRj aud Chicago teams re
sulted as follows : I ; ,
Detroit 0 1,3 03000 0-7
Chlraeo. , 0 1 .0 3 1 3 4 0 * 11
Pitchers Getzein i , and Cl.irksoii. Base
hits-Detroit 0 , Chicago 11. Errors-Detroit
7 , Chicago 5. Umpire Powers.
BOSTON , Sept. ( WThe came between
the Boston and Philadelphia teams to-
resulted as follows : ! ,
Joston 1 OW 0 0 0 3 0 0 13
hllmlelphia 4 Q | 0 0 0 0 1 1 5-11
Pitchers Madden for Boston , Kereuaon
and litininfon for Philadelphia. Base hits-
Boston 21. Philadelphia 13. Kirors Boston
J , Philadelphia 10. Umpire Doescher.
PiTTsnuno , Sept ) f5. The came bo-
the Pittsburg aid ; Indianapolis teams
to-day resulted as follows :
Indianapolis 3 1,0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4
Pittsbum o 00000005 0
Pitchers Galvln and BoIP. . Base hits
Pittsburg 13 , Indianapolis 13. Krrors
I'lttsburg 2 , Indianapolis 3. Umpire JJan-
NEW YOHK , Sept 5. The same be
tween the Metropolitans and St Louis
learns to-day resulted as follows :
Metropolitans. . . 00000010 G
St. Louis I 5
PHILADELPHIA , Sept. B. The Athletic and
Cincinnati teams played here to-day with
the following result :
Athletics 0 0 00 0 0 1 0 1 ! t
Cincinnati 0 03000001 3
BALTIMORE , Sept 5. The Cleveland
nnd Baltimore teams played two games
hero to-day. First game :
Baltimore 3 03000 0 11
Cleveland 0 000003 3
Second game :
Baltimore 1 0310100 * 5
Cleveland 1 00000102 4
BROOKLYN , Sent. 5. The game be
tween the Louisville and Brooklyn teams
to-dav resulted as follows :
Louisville 0 0003002 4
Brooklyn 3 000103 0-14
DES MOINKS , la. , Sept. 5. The North
western league games to-day were as follows :
DesMoInes 1 , Lacrosse 0 , at Dos Monies ;
Duluth U , Eau Claire 12 , atEau Claire ; St
Paul 8 , Minneapolis 5 , nt at. Paul.
Prof. Miller Quits the Town.
Prof. Ed Miller lett for Dubuque , la. , list
night Ho has been in sporting circles here
for many years , and In leaving the city a host
of friends say "God speed. " Prof. Miller
has been called east to attend to a business
that will be more lucrative than that he has
been doing in Omaha , but still he regretted
to leave the old home , where for him they
never took the horse shoe from the door.
Ihe Chatfiworth Benefit Fund.
CHICAGO , Sept. 5. The'Chatsworth benefit
fund committee Have given to Mayor Uocho
tlio sura ot $433 and have requested him to
forward the same toPeorla's mayor fordlstrl
butlnn. All the tickets printed for the Co
lumbia theatre will be honored by the Stand
ard theatre the following week , thn benefit at
thn Columbia hnvlnz been cancelled by the
committee. Miss Lillian Lewis and her man
ager have thus sent SMO to the sufferers
the kindness of ' liberal
through Chicago's cit
Dress Catting School , 1(113 Howard.
Lessons given in scientific dress cutting -
ting free of charge for a few days. Call
A njuli < Man.
John H. Curry w 'arrested yesterday
by Captain Green "nnd Detective Her
rlgan as a suspicious character. On
being arraigned hi ? tyas recognized by
Jailor Ormsby as atvold offender and a
dangerous crook. Ue is known ever the
country by a dozen different aliases , anil
for years was n member of thu notorious
Doc Watts' gang bf confidence men ,
railroad artists aud ' 'gophers. " Watts is
now In the Louisiana penitentiary.
Lately Curry has been working with the
infamous Molllo Shiuklo crowd of pick
pockets in ChicairoHo was locked up
until after the fair , anil in the meantime
inquiry will bo made to ECO if ho is
Vets to'Act. (
Ex-City Marshal C. J. Wcsterdall , in
stead of Olliccr Johnson , has charge of
the extra police at the Grand Army of
the Republic encampment. Ho has but
thirteen men , but Chief Scavoy has made
arrangements with ShorifY Coburn In
vesting the commandant of the Grand
Army of the Republic with authority to
swear in as many veterans as ha see's
proper to act m the capacity of police ,
The novelty of Pmaforo on the water
was displayed last night on a boat on
Cut-Off lake , near the reunion grounds ,
and with excellent success. U will be
repeated ovurynight this weok.
Dietrlck' * ( iuth , architects and super
intendents , Room 15 , Creightoa block.
From Darkness to Light !
The Silver Moon shining out from the widows of heaven , gives light , hope and joy to a world
in darkness. So do the astounding revelations , commendations , testimonials , praises
sworn evidence , happy results , speedy and permanent cures performed by tlio
famous Carbolic Smoke Ball.
The altovc cut fs a good rcprewnta
tionoftlic genuine Carbolic Smoke
Jlall , with our patent Smoke Emit
ter or Liberator attached.
A companion to the famous "Carbolic Smoke IS.ill" in the successful treatment
of Catarrh , Asthma , Hay Fever , Bronchitis and Ulccration of the Lungs. Also an
infallible compound for Liver , Spleen , Kidneys , Bladder , Malaria , Jaundice , Dys
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No household should bo without these infallible remedies.
The price of the Carbolic Smoke Ball is $3.00. It has never boon less than tins
price , and wo warn the public against any and all Smoke Balls which are offered
them for less than $2.00. There is only one Carbolic Smoke Ball manufactured in
tlio United States , viz : at Indianapolis , Indiana. Insist upon getting this Ball and
accept no other.
1C Years Standing.
Carbolic Smoke B all Co. :
I have buffered with asthmas sixteen
vcars. Many times my life was despaired
of. PhysiciAns in Easton , Pa. , Jersey
City , N.J. , and in Philadelphia treated
me , and , in fuel , spent hundreds of dollars
lars ; found no relief. I have used your
medicine for over two months ; have not
had an attack , and feel permanently
cured. You have my sincere thanks for
what your Smoke Ball and Dobollator
has done for me. PiiiLLii' C. KOPP ,
4251 North 20th street , St. Louis , Mo.
Sworn to before me this 7th day of
February , 1887. A. A. PAYSON ,
Notary Public. St. Louis , Mo.
Catarrh of 5 Years Standing Cured.
OMAHA , Neb. , May 11,1887.
Carbolic Smoke Ball Company Gen
tlemen : I have been a constant sufferer
from catarrh for the last iivo years. I
have tried many remedies that claimed a
sure euro , but received no benefit from
any of thorn. My head at times would
become so stopped np with mucous mat
ter that it was impossible to breathe
through mv nostrils. My sleep was also
broken by choking sensations caused by
the dropping of the mucous matter into
the throat. I first received a free test of
your SmoKe Ball some three mouths ago ,
and was surprised to find that it cleared
mv head in a few minutes and gave won
derful relief. 1 then purchased a ball ,
which I have been using since , and can
now say honestly nnd truthfully THAT
i AM ENTIRELY CURED , i sloop won
at night , have a good appetite aud foci
like a new man. Yours truly ,
NEWTON HALL ,
With Omaha Republican.
Subscribed in my presence and sworn
to before mo this llth day of Mav , 1887.
\V. W. KEYSOK , Notary Public.
A rilOMINCNT CITIZKX HKCOMMEND3 THE
Carbolic Smoke Ball Company Gen
tlemen : I have used your Carbolic
Smoke Ball for catarrh and throat
troubles , and can recommend it as a
pleasant and effective remedy. It is a
sensible way of treating diseases of the
head and throat. Yours truly ,
S. A. OiicnAKD ,
Wholesale and Rntatl Carpets , Cor. 15th
and Farnam streets.
A DISEASE THAT HAS BAFFLED THE SKILL
OF THE BEST PHYSICIANS CUUED BY THE
USE OF CARBOLIC SMOKE BALL.
OMAHA , Nob. , Sept. 1,1887.
Carbolic Smoke Ball Company Gen
tleman : This is to certify that your Car
bolic Smoke Ball has cured mo of Hay
Fever , a disease that has annually at
tacked mo for the lost three years. The
attack generally came on about the first
of August , but this season it oame about
the 25th of July , and seemed to bo more
sovcro than over. Breathing through
my nostrils was almost impossible , as the
nasal passaged appeared to be dntiroly
closed. My eyes were nlso badly in
flamed , and my general health much im
paired. A friend advised me to try the
Smoke Ball , and I immediately pro
cured ono and commenced using it. The
first application gave mo relief , and in
less than n week all symptoms of the
disease had disappeared , lours truly ,
CHAS. V. POTTEW ,
Supt. M ) . Valley Sand & Gravel Co. ,
Hoard of Trade Building
Tlio only relief received was from hypo-
dcrmic injections of morphine the
Smoke Ball cured him. Road :
INDIANAPOLIS , May 13 , 1837.
Having been a suilbror for more than
.A.re IPerrn.ein.erit. :
CATARRH Cured In three months ; warranted. The "Dobolltvtor" should also
bo taken in chronic cases.
ASTHMA Cured in nearly every ca o ; relieved In five minutes , but the "Debel-
later Packatro" must bo taken with tlio "Smoko Ball. "
HAY FKVER A euro guaranteed if taken in time. No symptoms of the ills ,
case returning. The "Dobollator Paokaco" must bo taken in connection with the
"Smoke Ball. "
URONCHITIS-Cured In every case ; warranted. The "Dcbollator" should bo
used with the "Smoko Hall. "
DEAFNESS Cured In from three to sit months If the drums of the oars are not
destroyed. Hot salt water used in connection with special instructions.
EYES -Granulated lids , weakness of the oplio nerves , etc. , cured in four to six . *
weeks. Rolievcd in live minutes. \
CROUP Relieved in three minutes , nnd cured in twenty-four hours.
ULCERATION OF THE LUNOS-Roliovod In live minutes , and cured In ono
week. The "Dcbcllator Package" must bo used in addition to "Smoko Hall. "
NEURALGIA Cured after the third dose , and it will not return if tlio remedy
is occasionally used.
SNORING Three doses each night , before retiring , cures this trouble.
DIPHTHERIA "Carbolic Smoko" destroys the germ of tlita disease , aud should
bo given as a preventive.
COLD IN THE HEAD Cured in fifteen minutes. i
COLD ON THE CHEST Cured iu twelve hours.
twelve years with that terrible disease ,
Asthma , which incapacitated mo from
business , and causing much of tlio time
untold suffering , I had tried many physi
cians aud many remedies fiom special
ists. Some of them gave mo momentary
relief , but soon it returned with moro
virolence than ovor. 1 finally had to re
sort to morphine by hypodermic injec
tions so as to get some rest while under
its influence. My breast and arms are
all scarred over from those injections ,
and I was completely discouraged. See
ing a circular from the Carbolic Smoke
Ball ollico , I called in to see what new
"humbug" it was , and thought 1 would
blufY them by requiring a guarantee , and
; it the same time making an offer of $1T)0 )
for a cure. They kindlv informed mo
that they could cure mo for $3 as well as
$100 , and offered a free test , which gave
mo relief. Yet I was not satisfied , but
called several times , and bought a Ball
and Dobollator ; commenced using them
according to directions. This was in
September , 180. At that time , while
under treatment. I was engaged in ship
ping horses to Buffalo , and was greatly
exposed at night , but kept using thn
Smoke Ball ; continued to improve , and
in November I was a cured man ; and
last winter I worked in the steam , heat
and cold , and haVe had no symptoms of
a'return of the disease , and I certainly
fool grateful to the Carbolio Smoke Ball
for this miraculous restoration to health.
JAS. L. KYTE , 200 Blake St.
Subscribed and sworn to before mo
this 10th day of May , 1887.
[ Seal ] B. F. WITT , Notary Public.
Croup , Whooping Cough , etc. Whoop-
iug Cough Cured in 48 Hours.
OMAHA , Nob. , April 23 , 1887.
Carbolic Smoke Bajl Co. Gentlemen :
Some time ago you induced mo to try
your Smoke Ball. At the time I had a
child Buffering with a very bad whooping
cough. Ho could hardly lie down , as it
brought on strangulation from the
phlegm , and in his efforts to throw off
this stringy phlegm he was constantly
vomiting his food"as fast as taken in. I
made him inhale the smoke from the ball
three times for a day , and inside of 48
hours broke the cough up. From the
btart the smoke altered the character of
the secretions ; they became loose and
easily thrown off In the form of matter ,
and the child recovered fully in a few
days. Since that I have used the Smoke
Ball in my family for all ordinary colds ,
for which it gives instant relief nnd a
speedy cure. Respectfully , &c. ,
D. B. BEEMKK ,
Commission Merchant , 801 , 803 , 805 , 807 ,
Subscribed in my presence and sworn
to before mo this 23d dav of April , 1887.
[ Seal ] W. W. KKYSOR.
A physician cures his child of croup with
the Smoke Ball.
Carbolic Smoke Ball Co. , Indianapolis ,
Ind. : My little child ono night had a
severe- attack of croup. I used the Car
belie Smoke Ball , which I always keep
in my house , and it relieved it in a few
moments. It wont to sleep and slept
soundly. I have used it for many dis
eases , and from ray own personal expe
rience I can recommend it as wonderful
in its curative effects.
N. P. OAUTKIt , M. D. ,
Maplcton , Ind.
SOUE THItOAT AND COLDS.
OMAHA , Nob. , Jan. 8 , Ib87.
Carbolio Smoke Ball Co. Gentlemen :
I have used your Carbolic Smoke Ball for
colds and sore throat and find it to bo mi
infallible remedy for suoh troubles.
Yours truly , DR. A. S BII.LINCS ,
Southeast corner Dodge nnd 15th Sts.
Each Balls inclosed in an individ
ual box , covered with our registered
label bearing note at hand.
A Great Family Medicine Headache
Colds.OMAHA , Neb. . Deo. 27 , 1880.
Carbolic Smoke Ball Co. Gentlemen :
Your valuable remedy , Carbolic Smoke ,
as applied through your Carbolic Smoke
Ball , has boon used in my family and
has afforded immediate relief from lioad-
ache , cold and catarrh. In fact , if prop
erly applied , 1 consider it a specific for
those complaints , aud 1 believe it will
cure any disease of thu mucous membrane -
brano that can bo reached by inhalation. *
Yours truly , C. C. FOKBY ,
Trunk Manufacturer , 1-100 Douglas St
WHAT ONE SMOKE HALL ACCOMPLISHED IN
A MONTH 1
Carbolic Smoke Ball Company Gen
tleman : This is to certify that I have
been troubled with catarrh for the last
three years. I have used many remedies ,
but failed to receive relief from any of
them. The disease continued to grow
worse until it affected my voice very
much , and also caused the breath to
become very offensive. I have boon
using ono of your Smoke Bolls now fern
n month , and can notice A DECIDED
CHANGE IN MY CONDITION. My
throat has ceased to trouble mo , my head
\a \ perfectly clear , and i am satisfied that
1 can obtain a euro from your remedy.
Yours Uuly , PHILIP MILLER ,
Barber 111 South lOtli Street.
Subscribed in my presence and sworn
to before me this 17th day of Juno A. D.
1887. CHARLES L. THOMAS.
A Remarkable Cure. The Smoke Ball
Saved Her Life. Mrs. C. A. Newman.
Cor. Cumlngs and 27th Sts. Omaha Says :
Carbolic Smoke Ball Co , Omaha , Neb.
Gentlemen : 1 take ploacuro In recom
mending your remedy , the Carbolio
Smoke Ball , for 1 believe it has saved my
life. I have been troubled for years
with'what was considered to bo an in
curable case of Catarrh. Have boon
under treatment of several well known
physicians of Omaha , but could receive
no relief from thorn. My condition con
tinued to grow worse , until at last the
disease began to cat through the mem
branes of the nose and mouth , making
breath very offensive and causing soy- 1
oral pieces of decayed bone tocomo from
my mouth , I had given up all hopes of
ever receiving a cure , but decided to try
your remedy for a relief. I not only received -
coivod relief , but am happy to state that
I am entirely cured , I have been using
the remedy now for four months ; my
general health is much improved , and I
am satistiod that the bmoko Ball docs
all that you claim for it.
Very Respectfully ,
Miss. C. A. NEWMAN ,
Res. Cor. 27th and Cumlng streets.
W. L. Adams , Esq. , Completely Cured of
Catarrh and Deafness Read :
ST. Louis , Mo.
Carbolic Smoke Ball Co. Gentlemen :
Catarrh attacked mo seven years ago.
My symptoms wore these which are usu
ally characteristic of the disease , coupled
with thut of Deafness. My hearing was
so impaired as to render it impossible to
hear any ordinary conversation. 1 hunks
to your'Carbolio Smoke Bull , my catarrh
is cured , as well as my deafness , lean
hear the ticking of a watch.
W. L. ADAMS , 7(1.57 ( S. Water St.
Subscribed and sworn to before mo
this the 18th day of M IBW.
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