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3 'fiTO OMAHA DAILY BEE : SATUBPAY. AUGUST 4. 188a
THE \VIIOLE \ SERIES WILL DO ,
Ottmha Wins the Third Gnmo Prom
the Frigid Fielders.
TAKING THE BALL RIGHT ALONG.
DCS MnlncH Administers the Snmo
IhinlMitncnt to the MHwniilcees-
KIIIISHH City mid Sioux City
tlio Other AVIuncrn.
AVcBtcrn Ansoclntlnii Standing.
Following i * the ofllclttl stnmllng of the
Western association teams up to and in
cluding yesterday's fjnmes
Plnyoa AVon Lost Pr Ct
St. Paul 03 2i5 .fil7
0cs Molncs 63 .OJ3
Omaha 04 JIT '
Kansas City OT 31 31 U'TO
ChicaRo C" ill 0
Sioux City. . . . . . i27 13 14S ! 4St
Milwaukee 70 S ,457
Minneapolis 05 40 .834
Dedicated to ttto Apostles.
JJ\I \ Hie lice 1'ocf.
The leaders In the pennant race came down
here from St. Paul
Just to show the Omahans how the leaders
could play ball.
First they faced the brainy Lovctt , his curves
they couldn't ' ilnd ,
Then they tackled southern Shafer did they
wlnltl In their mind t
"AVell , look at that I" said Crooks , "Daddy ,
you must do as wolh"
How well Daddy did It the score below will
The leaders arc going downward , the Omahaa
upward run ,
"AVhat's the record 1" 9 to fi. 1 to 0 , 7 to 1.
Oiiinlm 7 , St. Paul 1.
It was a great day yesterday for Omaha ,
and why ?
Hrcatiso they again cleaned up the cartli
with the Apostles , who mot with a AVaterloo ,
Thrco straight ; think of it , and from the
champions at that.
It happened In this manner :
After the 2,000 spectators arranged them'
solves In rows all ready to enthuse the game
Anderson , the youth who attempted to mil' '
piro the game on Thursday , was in the bos
for the Ice Cutters , while "Daddy" Clarke
fired the ball nt the fimld St. Puulltc * , who
went down before him llko gialn before r
Hums stepped up to the plato with a deter
mined look in his eye and n , burning.dosin
for revenge in his heart , and the manner it
which ho swung his bat inado such an itn
presslon on the amateur 'pitcher for the
Apostles that , fearing the Scotchman wouh
make a home run ho gave him his base or
balls , and all the people said ah I Burns
then got to third on a wild throw of Earle
who went through tlio same motions as doc ;
n woman who Is trying to kill a cat with r
briolr. Here ho rested and Father Annls
wandered over to the plato and carved out i
Bimrlc , which brought the Poet homo. Tlu
audience then enthused In a very cnthusl
I astlo fashion. But their Jubilation was ol
short duration , for Annis was caught be
twcon first and second by Patton's throw
Crooks went , to lirst on five balls by Andersen
son , who could not throw within twenty leel
of the plate , but was put out on u ncal
double , which retired O'Connell at llrst.
But that was ono run and everybody foil
good and cheered an oven twenty-seven see
ends without Intermission.
Then Carroll , the young man with a voice
llko a hen , lilt a great big two-bagger out tt
left. Murphy knocked a largo hole In tin
air , and the doniocratlo hemisphere of tlu
team came un , und after getting around tc
Undo Joe Miller's corner on n hit by Pickott
which sent Carroll across the plato , was pin
out. Pulton then hit ono nt Crooks , whc
pressed It to his manly breast for a second ,
throw It to O'Connell and retired the side.
Atthisiwint the score was tied and tlu
people did not enthuse quite as much n ;
they were in the habit of doing.
In the second , after Coonoy had beet
thrown out at first , n young man named Mo
Garr , Who , by the way , was rated as no gooi
when ho came hero , picked out a small bat ,
and before the ox-umpire , who was pitching
could realize what had happened , hat
lammed a safe ono to loft. Ho then pro
cccdcd to steal second , and before Andcrsoi
pot ready to pitch the next ball pilfered thirt
and came homo on an error by the gentle
nan who formerly kept the hotel. Thei
ho sat down on the bench and heart
Hogan cull "one strike" on Wilson , who ton
a slit In the atmosphere and sat down am
rested while Miller duplicated his predcccs
In the next thrco Innings both side !
blunkcd , although In the fifth it looked a !
though the gentleman from the land whcr <
refrigerators are used for ovens might get i
run. But right hero is where Daddy Clurki
eamo In. Rcilly and Hinge wore retired aftci
thrco attempts each to find the ball , and thci
Anderson hit to Miller , who threw to O'Con '
tioll , but the latter failed to get It. Ever :
in an In the St. Paul team got onto the conch
ing lines and coached. Hut , no , Daddy strucl
Mr. Carroll out , completely out.
But didn't the nudicnco cheer. The all
Vias lull of hats , canes , parasols and othci
bric-a-brac , and ono man even bought a sacl
of peanuts and told Daddy to "tako 'cm , hi
deserved 'em. "
In the sixth Omaha hart some moro fun
Crtoks got another bnso onballs and was abou
to steal second when O'Conncll inado u , hi
Which sonthim around to third. Then Coono1
wont out on a llj to Carroll , and "Chippcy'
McGarr again appeared upon the sccno. Hi
lined out H hit that brought Crooks am
O'Connell home , and after stealing seconi
was caucht at third by n throw from Earlo
Then AVllson again struck out.
Then there was some moro enthusiasm
and don't fail to make a note of it.
The seventh wns another blank , but In thi
eighth the homo team luxilu little moro sport
Crooks turned himself toward the north
cast corner of the park und actually liftei
the ball away over into an adjacent cabbag
patch fora homo run , which caused about
I * ton of good lirst-class enJoymeD
I to break loose among the on-looker
* and filled Mr. Anderson's heart wit
crave apprehension. O'Connoll followe
him with a safe ono to right and got secon
on Cooney's out at llrst , but was caught a
third. And then cumo again Mr. McGan
who carved out another single and agal
atolo second. AVhllo wondering whether h
had better steal third or not Wilson made
hit and ho cumo homo. Miller then wen
The St. Pauls were blanked for the eight
consecutive tlmo In the ninth , but Oman
added another to her sccro.
The game was a very \rrotty \ contest , bi
only demonstrated the fact asserted In yci
terday'B report that St. Paul Is no match'
Omaha at any time. In fact the homo teal
are playing ball at this writing and playln
good ball nt that , They made errors yesto
day , of course , but they were nil excusab
ones and can bo forgiven. AVllson caught
peed game and Clarke pitched for keep
Burns In loft garden took everything thi
came In his way and some that dldn'
In ono instance ho ran away over to the wo :
bleaching boards and pulled in a fly that
small boy was getting ready to climb tl
fcnco with. The rest of the team did got
paying , Coonoy especially. In the last thn
games ho has had twenty-five chances a
fared , has taken twenty-four and tried to g
the other otio. 'Ihat record Is good onous
to put on exhibition. Hagan's umpiring t
day gnvo splendid satisfaction and not
murmur of disapprobation was heard , j
this point It may bo well to curtail this Ui
and point witti prldo for a few moments
tha official ecoroi
* 151 Z U. BU. l-O. A.
Burns , If , . . . ,
Crook * , ab. . , . . . . a a i o u a
O'Connpll , lb B 1 a 0-13 0
Coonoy , ss , . 0
McGorr , rf ; , i 3 B. 4 1 .0
AVtlsonc. > t a 0. 1 00 8 .1
Millor. 8b. % . . . ; . . . 4 0 p ' -0 1 0
Clarke , p , . . 8 ; 0 b 0 0 10
ToUla. . 7 0 5 27 20
Totals 03 1 3 0 27 10 4
Omaha . . .1 7
St. Paul . . .1 1
Earned runs Omaha 4. Two-bnso hits-
Carroll 1. Homo runs Crooks 1. Double
plays Anderson to Morrtaoy to Hcllly.
Hnsoion balls Off Anderson r. . . Hit by
pitcher Oft Clarke 1. Struck out Hy
Clarice 8 , by Anderson 4. Passed balls
Wilson 1 , Earlo 1. Time 1:45. : Umpire
DCM Molncs a , Milwaukee O.
DBS Moisr.9 , Augusta. ( Special Telegram
to Tun Bnn.J The game between the Deis
Molncs and Milwaukee teams to-day was a
pitchers' battle , Hutchliison holding the
visitors down to four hltH and the tocals only
getting seven oft of Homer. DCS Moincs
inado nn earned run in the sixth on a single
by Shafer , who scored on Quinn's double.
In the ninth singles by Qulnn and Stearns
and caorlflces by Holllday and Mnctillitr
netted one riin. The features were dlfllcult
running catches by Van Dyke and Mills.
The score : ,
Dos Molnci 0 -
Milwaukee 0 0-0
Earned runs DCS Molncs 2. Two-base
hits-Holllduy. Double nlays Maskrpy and
Pcttco (3) ( ) ( Buses on balls Uy HutchliiRon
1. Struck out Hy Hutchlnson 0. Passed
balls Sago 1. Time of game 1:15. : Umpire
Chicago 4 , Kaunas City S.
KAXMB Crrv , August 3. [ Special Telegram -
gram to Tun Bni : . | Chicago was unable tc
hit Nichols effectively to-day and ns Cod.v
was batted freely the Maroons were beaten ,
Hanahnn's errors at short also contributed
greatly to this end. Not a run of the Blues
was earned. The feature of the game was
Long's ' phenomenal piny at short. McCnrthj
occupied Manning's place in center flold ,
ns the latter Is suffering from a broken nose ,
the result of being hit by a ball in practice
yesterday. The score :
Kansas City 0 5
Chicago 0 - ]
Earned runs-Chicago 3. Two-base hlts-
Hnsscmapr , Mornrlty. First base on balls-
Off Nichols 1 , Off Cod.v 4. First base on er
rors Kansas City 5 , Chicago I. Struck oul
Hy Nichols b , Codv 1. Passed balls-Gun
son 1 , Hoover 4. Wild pitches Nichols 1 ,
City 10 Chicago 10 ,
r . Hits Kansas , " - ' -
Cody iii iina- viinnijtj " x "r--
Errors Kansas City ( i , Chicago 3. Batteries
Nichols and Gunson , Coely and Hoover ,
Time Two hours. Umpire Cusick.
Sioux City -I , MlnncnpnllR 3.
Sioux Cirv , Augu-tt 3. [ Special Tele
gram to Tin : Bin.1 : Sioux City came withir
a hair's breadth of shutting out the Minim
npolls club to-day. A wild throw to ilrs !
base In the seventh Inning was a gift of twe
unearned runs to the visitors. The visitors
could not hit Fudger , the young Texas
pitcher. His Ditching was a marvel of curvei
swiftness. The score :
SjouxCity 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0- <
Minneapolis 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 ' .
Earned runs Sioux City 1. Two-bast
hits Kreiir , Snt-od. Bases on balls H )
Sawders 3 , by Fudger 1. Struck out Bj
Sowdci s o , by Fudgor 4. Wild pitches Bj
Sowdors 1 , by Fudger 1. Passed bnlls-
Broughton 2 , Nicholas I. Left on bases-
Sioux City b , Minneapolis 3. Time 1:50 :
Manager Goodln 'a Hnril How.
MixxcAi-oMS , Aagubt 3. [ Special Tele
gram to Tun Br.e.l Manager Goodlng ar
rived in the city to-day Irom Davenport. Hi
said : "I have transferred the team ane
franchise to Davenport on the same terms ai
were offered by mo to the people of this city
1 retain a half Interest in the now club and become
como Its secretary and business manager ,
The other half goes to Mr. Lucas and his
friends , who assume tbo outstanding obliga
lions of the old club. AVhat pains mo ex
ceedingly , " continued Mr. Goodlng , "is thai
after the efforts 1 have made to keep the clul
in Minneapolis I should bo accused of double
dealing in Bulling the franchise to Diwenport
To begin with , that benefit was not mine
After the most strenuous exertion on my par' '
the so-called benefit netted but $975 , ane
what did I gcH Not n nloklo. I owed the
players $1,000 at the time. I borrowed ? 5C (
and mortgaged ray furniture for security
That is the way I paid mydobts. That mort
gage is on my furniture. Then I wont te
various business men ami begged them al
most on my knees to tide mo over the trouble
giving ray word that matters woulel bo till
right if wo could live to the 15th of October
AVhat was the responsol Six men promisee
$500 each. Meanwhile Davenport had beoi
making repeated offers for the franchise , ane
finally on Wednesday last called for a dollniti
answer , and as only thrco of the six men lien
put up I assented to the Davenport offer. "
Yesterday's Winners in the Nntlonn
CHICAGO , August 3. Hcsult of to-day' :
Same : 0 30000020 i
Indianapolis 4 00000000
Pitchers Mains and Boylo. Uaso hit
Chicago 8 , Indianapolis 0. Errors-
Chicago C , Indianapolis 1. Umpire Kelly.
WASHINGTON' , August 3. Hcsult of to-day'i
Washington 0 00010001 :
Philadelphia. . . ! * i
Pitchers O'Day and Huftlnton. Hasi
hits Washington 12 , Philadelphia0. Errors-
Washington U , Philadelphia 1. Umpire-
Dr.ruoiT , August 3. The g mo hero to-dn'
was called In the middle of the fifth Innlii )
on account of a noavv storm. The scon
stood Detroit 3 , Pittsburg 1.
August 3. Result of to-day'i
Hoston 1 0 0 0 0 fi 0 0 0 i
New York 0 '
Pitchers Crane and ICeofe for Now Yorli
Sowdera and Madden for Boston. Has
hits Uoston It , New York 13. Errors lies
ton 2 , New Yoik 2. Umpire Knight.
The American /Ysnoclntlou
, August 3. Hesult of to-day'
JiaUlmora 0 03000000
Kansas City. . . . 1 02000000
PHILADELPHIA , August 3 Result of tc
day's gumo :
Athletics. . . . . .0 0 1
CIXCISKATI , August 3. Result of to-day'
Cleveland 5 00031001
HHOOKLY.V , August 3. Result of to day1
Hrooklyn t ) 033000000
St. Louis 0 003 II 00001
North llcnd O , Genoa 2.
NOIITH Bran , Nob. , August 3. [ Spccli
Telegram to Tin ? HEE. ] The North Bon
Brown Stockings added ono moro to the
long list of victories this morning by dofea
lug the Genoa Leaders In a hotly contesU
gamo. Tickner struck out fourteen mei
The Brown Stockings now claim the amatui
championship of the state of Nebraska. Tt
North Bond 3 0101001 *
Genoa . . . . .1
Genoa 13 , Columbus 7.
COLUMBUS , Neb. , August 3. [ Special Tel
gram'to THE BEE. ) The Genoa Leaders be
the Columbus Ells this afternoon , the see
standing IS to 7.
Two Games at Beatrice.
UEATBICE , Neb. , August U. [ Special Tel
gram to THE BEU. ] The second game .t
tivcpn the Exeter club and Thrift's Garlan
of Beatrice resulted In a score of 0 to 3
favor of the Garlands. " The gnrao was w <
played throughout. The game yestordi
between-the same clubs was won by Bmtrl
by a scoreof 8 to 0. Those' were the oponh
games on the uowgrouuita. which havobei
cjncod and n grand stand Imllt. Next week
he Garlands play Fairbury und Marysvillc ,
15 , .Itmlntn K ) .
HASTIXOO , Nob. , August 3. [ Special Tele
gram to Tun Bnn.l An enthusiastic crowd
vttncMcdtho amnteur pnmo of bnll hero to-
lay between Junlata und the Hastings tosm ,
von by the latter by n score of 15 to 10.
Summary of Yesterday's l.nccs nt
HuiniiTO.v BnAcn , August 3. Summary :
Five-eighths of n mile Bryan Boru and
Cdlsto ran n dead heat tn-l:03Jf : , Molllo
Thomas third. In the run-off Bryan Boru
von In 1 ! 0nt .
Five furlongs Stripling won , Tom Saw-
or second , Duchtua third.Time 1 :04. :
Three-fourths of n mlle Entontowu won ,
\llahren second , Bunnio Harold ( filly ) third.
One and ono-.slxtceiith miles Falsehood
von. Boodle second , Hermitage third. Tlmo
One mlle Rebellion won , Bordclatso sec-
mi. Jim Clare third. Time 1 : 14.
Seven-eighths of a mlle Young Dukb
von , Sam Harper , jr. , second , Tattler third.
rime 1:30. :
CLEVELAND , August 3. Three thousand
Ivo hundred people were present at the close
f the grand circuit races. The weather was
lot but the track was In good condition. J.
. Case's stallion , Brown , had n two-ycarold
ccorilof 3:43. : In the second heat of the
:33 : class ho tnudo a record of 2:18)ii : , and
low stands at the heaa of four-yrar-old trot-
Ing stallions. Johnston , the pacer , wont n
nllo to beat the record of Billy Boycc , 2:14' ,
and ho did It In 3:13. : In the free-for-all
'rlnco Wllkcs and Rosaline Wllkcs both re-
luced their records by 1Jseconds. .
2:18 : class , trotting , purse ? 3,000. postponed
rom yesterday Favonla first , Whlto Stock'
ngs second , T. T. S. third , Charlie Hognn
fourth. Best time 2:10. :
2:33 : class , trotting , purse $2,000 Mulatto
irst , Blue Grass Hnmblotonlnn second ,
Jrown third , Nclla G. , fourth. Best tlmo
2:17 : class , pacing to saddle Kinsman first ,
doctor In second , Duplex third , Grover C
fourth. Best time 2:15. :
Free for-all class , purse $2,000 Prince
Wilkcs first , Rosallno second. Best time
SAIIVTOOA , N. Y. , August 3. Summary :
One mile Bertha ( colt ) won in 1 : : ! < ) #
Centucky Bun second , Amos third. Aftei
ho race the winner was named "Judge
Three-fourths of n mile Lottie Wall wet
n 1:10 : , Elmira second. Kermesso and Hem-
sen ran n dead heat for third.
One and one-eighth miles Lolox won ii
1:57 : } , Macbeth II' second , Birthday third.
Threo-fourths of a mile Pat Regent wet
n 1:11 : % Romp second , Mirth third.
Tliruo-lourths of a mlle Jatibort won ii
1:10 , Letrelia second , Pocatlllothird.
Hurdle race , ono and one-eighth milcs-
Tudgo Griffith won in 2:01)4 : ) , Voltigucr second
end , Percy tnird.
THK 1MIIZE KING.
LJIlly Meycra und Danny Neodhnm tc
Have n "Go. "
ST. PAUL , Minn. , August 3. [ Special Tele
gram to Tun Bcc.l Billy Meyers , "Tin
Fighting Carpenter , " of Streator , 111. , hai
been aching to have a "go" with a north
western pug ever since ho put Harry Gilmore
moro to sleep for the second time , snd tha
was his mission to the twin cities a shor
lime ago. Ho is now about to bo nccommo
dntcd. Danny Necdlmm , the pet of St. Pau
sports , is to bo his antagonist. Articles o
agreement were to-day signed In St. Pau
for a finish light with the smallest allowabh
gloves , revised Marquis of Queensberr )
rules to govern , for u purse of f 1,000 a side
, ho purse to bo increased to W.OOO in case the
principals so elect , to ledlvldcd.75 ; per cent t (
, ho winner and ii'i to the loser. The mill is
: o occur on Tuesday , Soptombpr 18 , the l
; Ion to bo selected some time in the future ,
The men are to weigh 133 pounds each , give
or take two pounds. Each party Is to post
SCO forfeit money with the Sporting Journal
J. L. Black , of the Bodoxa , is Necdham'f
jaolccr , and his friends hope ho will have
better success than ho had in furnishing the
stakes for Giltnore.
DOUBIiE SCULL CHAMPIONS.
Gniidaur and McKay Win After r
SAIIATOOA , August 3. The double scull
champlonshlp.'W-'o of three miles between
Teemor and Hull and Gaudaur and McKay ,
For $2,500 , was won by Gaudaur and McKaj
In 12.23. The race was to Imvo taken place
yesterday , but was postponed on account of
\ fog. This morning the conditions were nil
favorable. There was but little wind ant
; ho water was us smooth ns a.mirror. BotI
pairs ut a signal struck the water simultanc
ously and the race was stubbornly contested
throughout. It was nip and tuck over tin
greater part of the course , but McKay anil
Gaudnur exhibited greater staying powers
and finished from four to live lengths in na
vance of their opponents.
Both crews went out of the course am
therefore lost about ono minute in time
When the , first milo had been covered thi
betting wns two to ono on Gaudaur am
Dr. Hamilton \Vnrron , Magnetic Phy
sician and surgeon , Room 8 , Crounsc
block , corner Kith and Cnpltol avenue.
Chronic and nervous diseases a special
ty. Telephone 014.
A Newspaper Fraud.
ELOIX , Neb. , August 3. To the Editor o
Tin : Br.n : July 2 a dark complexloncd , mid
die-aged man , giving his name as L. J. Millet
visited this town , stating that ho rcpre
scntcd the Omaha Sun , a paper lately sttirtci
in Omaha. Ho stated that he was going t
write up the town , und would advertise ou
business free , and would send mo some oxtr
copies free to send to friends and relations 1 :
order to enlarge the circulation. Ho wlshoi
mo to subscribe for the paper. I did so ani
ho gave mci a receipt for the amount. I hav
novnr received a copy , and by writing I flm
there is no such paper published in Omaho
Thu gentleman played the same trick o
many other business men in this town. H
Is without any doubt a fraud travclln
through the country obtaining money in thi
way. If you see tit I wish you would advet
Use him , as ho ought to bo checked In som
way. . EvH.
That Tired Feeling
The warm weather hai a debilitating" effect ,
especially upon these Mho nroitlilu doors
moat of the time. The peculiar , yc cpmmon ,
complaint known ai "that tired feeling , "
U the icsuH. This fcollng can bo. entirely
overcome by taking'Hood's Sarsaparllla ,
which gives new llfo and strength to all
the functions of the body.
"I could not sleep i h.id no appetite. I
took Hood's Sarsaparllla and soon began to'
Bleep botmUly ; could get up' without that
tired and languid feeling ; amt my appetite
Improved. " It. A. SAS OBD , Kent , OWo.
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jiroctn ot securing the active medicinal
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Bend tor book containing additional evidence.
" Hood's Sarsaparllla tones up my system ,
purifies ray blood , sharpens my anietlto , and
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Register of Deeds , Lowell , Mass.
"Hood's Sarsap.irllla beats all others , and
liwortli Its weight In cold. " I. UAIUHNQTON ,
.VJO BanJcBtrcet , K w York CUy
'Sold by all druggist * . 911 lx tot $5.
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| 'OO Dos One . .Dollar *
THE CONIllOL OF--COMMERCE ,
Ocmrtdlnn RrUltoads Scouring'Truffle
Belonging to the Unltocl States. .
CULLOM Asi < S INVESTIGATION.
irnntor GoflnAn Supports ( lie Ili-sn *
lilt Ion , butfl ragN In tlio NnmcH of
Iicvl V. orton niul Coil-
AV. Li. Scott.
III tlic Scnntc. ,
WASHINGTON , August 3. In the scnc.to
hls'tnornlng the house bill to grant to tliu
3ulf & Chicago Air Line railway company
ho right to construct bridges over navigable
vntcr courses was reported and placed on
Mr. Vest altered n concurrent resolution ,
vlilcU wns agreed to , requesting the
ircsidcnt to returh to thd senate the
enrolled bill amendatory of tlto sliittitcs to
lunlsh postal crimes.
Mr. Cullum offered tt resolution Instructing
the committed on Intor-stato eomhicrco to
make u full Investigation Into the relations of
the Canadian railroads with transportation
ncross the continent of commerce which
latlirnlly belongs to the United States , and
niado U long speech to show how , by
aids and subsidies granted by the Brit-
sh and Canadian government to railroads
and steamships , the Canadian lines wore ob
taining control of commerce and especially
of the transportation of a largo per cent of
; ho tea business being now carried on
Jirough Canada. The discussion was Joined
n by Messrs. Gorman and Hoar. Senator
Gorman supported the resolution , declaring It
Was tlmo the senators joined , irre
spective of party , in wresting the
trade of the United States from
aliens , who , by means of subsidies to cor
porations , were absorbing it. Ho said that
leading citi/cns of the United States , men
of Intlucnco and power in shaping national
iffalrs , some of whom were candidates for
ilgh ofllco , nro lending their ef
forts , as they had n perfect
legal right to do , to the promotion of this
L'amullan railroad scheme. Ho read a list of
the officers and directors of one of the roads
which , ho said , is designed to receive part of
the bounty paid by the Urltish government ,
among the names being those of Lovl P.
Morton and AV. L. Scott of Erie , Pa.
The discussion of Mr. CuIIom's resolution
took n souiowlmt political and somewhat per
sonal turn , particularly In the remarks ol
Senators Gorman and Edmunds. Finally
the dlsrupslon came to a close and the resolu
tion was adopted without division.
'J'ho senate has voted to meet ually at 11 a.
ill. and to adjourn from to-day until Monday.
The fishery treaty was taken up and Mr.
Teller addressed the senate In opposition to
its ratification. Ho said that in all the an
nals of history no nation had been so regard'
less of the rights of others a-j the English
nation. England had never kept an engage'
ment with any people that was not ready mid
willing to compel her to do so. Her conduct
In diplomacy and everywhere else was against
conceding to Am nican fishermen that whicli
they were entitlul to unless she feared the
power of the United States. Ho did not know
that ho quitoj hgreed with the btato
ment of the , . , senator from Virginia
( Kiddloborger ) ifht this would never be
a free nation unul * ho has whipped England
u third tlmo. The history of England justi'
lied the declaration of Jefferson , that slit
would destroy the liberties of the world sc
that she might s ? ll > ; i bale of furs. She was
to-day legislating fgr the purpose of putting
same of her subjects on trial in n court tin-
known to law , uuilijivas Rending her bright
est and best incn-MJail for simply appearing
ut a public meetlpq to protest against the
wrong suffered atl(0 , ( hands of the consoli
dated power of their great , nation. The people -
plo ot the United States would gettheii
rights poncc.xblyj. if they could , forciblv II
they must. ThotJoar of war or the fear that
England could dostyoy S.ICOjOCO.OOO worth ol
property on the soa-Coast nni , inkes would
not deter the American people from demand
ing whatever was .theirs and what theii
fathers bought with their blood.
Mr. yanco obtained the floor and the senate -
ate resumed legislative business. Senators
Allison , Plumb and Gorman were appointed
conferees on the army appropriation bill.
The senate then adjourned till Monday.
WASHINGTON , August 8. The speaker laid
before the house a letter from Govornoi
Greou of Now Jersey , presenting to congress
In the name of the state of New Jersey the
statues of Hichard Stockton and Philip
Kearney to bo placed in statuary hall In the
cnpltol , A resolution was adopted assigning
Tuesday , August 21 , for the consideration oi
the concurrent resolution accepting the
statues and returning thanks to the state ol
Now Jersey therefor.
Private business having been dispensed
with , the house went into committee of the
whole , Mr. Springer of Illinois in the chair.
on the deficiency appropriation bill.
Mr. Laird of Nebraska offered an amend
ment appropriating $1,800,000 to pay arrears
of soldiers1 bounties and back p.iy.
Mr. Burns of Missouri raised a point ol
order against the amendment and it was sus
TheJ French spoliation claims section
of the bill having been reached , Mr. Lonj ;
of Massachusetts , that said thcro was no
longer any excuse for delaying the payment
of these claims in view of the fact that n
Judicial tribunal of the government's own
selection had as a conclusion , alike of fact
and of law , declared their validity and the
Mr. Kogors of Arkansas , argued that m
the cases of the French spoliation claims de
elded by the court of claims there should be
the right of appeal to the United States
supreme court. Before ho was called upon
to cast his vote to take $30,000,000 of public
money ho wanted the final Judgment of the
court of last resort.
Mr. Kaynor protested against the stintet
economy that kept poverty from generatlor
to generation eternally knocking and thun
dering at the gates of chancery and just Ice foi
what was equitably duo it on every principle
of national honor and national faith.
Mr. Dingloy advocated the payment of tin
claims , and pending further discussion the
committee rose and the house took a recess
RELIGION IN TENNESSEE.
A Mountain RcvlvnlUt Gets Hot Slioi
IVoin Ills Old Neighbors.
M. Quad in Detroit Free Press : I was
well above Roceravlllo , Tonn. , nut
could look down into some of the prottl
ofat coves mid vrtlloys in all the btixto
when 1 hoard a 'Voice singing on the
trail ahead. AE ! , 'J ' came nonror I dis
covered u irmn seated on a rock with r
book in his hand. Ho was a hard-
looking customer , ! rugged , unshaved
and unwashed , auu > ho sun ? with Hiiuli
energy and in such hnrtih tones that ]
suspected ho wrfij crazy. However , ni
goon as ho hearduu | 1Jil ( saw mo ho called
out : n
"Uo not ufraitU stranger ; I am here
to do the Lordfei' work. Two inonthi
upo I was the inoJJtrBhuckloss critter in
all Tennessee , ftn'd wicked to boot
Light 1ms busted , , bi upon mo , and I air
tryin' to rouleau ipy icllor-crittors see
aiitl mend the oivwi0f ; their ways. Lei
us sintr. " /.It .
Ho had iv Moody and Sankey hymnbook -
book , hut ho could only road with < Hlll
culty , and his enthusiasm wns too greiv
for him to stick to the toxt. Ho burs
into hong as follows :
We shall meet beyond the river ,
In the sweet by and by ;
Git all ready for the Journey ,
'Cause the Lord U gwlno to call you.
Chorus H'ar me callln'
Go to prayln' .
Fur the tlmo Is snort.
When he had finished hiasonghi
announced that ho wna a revivalist 01
his tour to stir Up the dinners of tin
mountains and that ho was t6 hold ser
vices that afternoon at Whnrton's val
ley jtbout five miles awny. As I wa
bound for the same p\tico \ we wejnt oa ii
company. I soon discovered that tin
man was rough , ignorant , and given t
plug tobacco , bat he scorned earnest in
iiitf mission and so I found many ex
cuses for him. 116 could chew more to-1
twcco in K given tfnio and spit further
through his front teeth than any man I
over saw. I carried a few plugs in my
knapsack for the bonollt of the natives
nt , largo , and ho soon discovered this ,
and now and then would observe :
"Yes , strangornlthough you may hov
bin n nlrato there's hope ahead fur yon
and I'll take another bite o' that j > lug. "
Uy the tlmo wo had arrivoJ tit Whar-
ton's ho had wasted half my stock and
spat upon every rook on tlio wayside.
There were two cabins here , with three
others within the mile , and about 11N
teen people had gathered to hear the
revivalist talk. Ho introduced mo as "n
fellow-critter" ho had picked upon the
way , and evidently needed praying for
the worst way. The people received
him rather coldly , I thought , and I soon
learned the reiifcon. When we had a
bite to eat the people arranged them
selves about the open door of the cabin ,
and the revivalist began saying :
"Thar's sin and wickedness yore
heaps of it. You'uns is nuthin' hut a
shucklcsH pack of sinners on yor way to
5 llory furnace fed with sulphur an'
brlmstun. Tito devil is clus behind the
the hull of yoan' hb's hblind togotyo. "
"Look-a-yoro , Joe WllHiun9l" inter
rupted u tall ftiul serious looking
mountaineer as ho rose up , "lot's start
this yore snrcumstanco at the boginnin' .
In the fust place , who was yoi1"
"Don't interrupt ft survont of the
Lord ! " warned .foe.
' 'Yes , who was ho ? " inquired a wo
man as she laid aside her snuff-stick to
stand up. "Yo was pore an' ahuoklcbs
an' low down Joe Williams , only a few
weeks ago. Yor hull family was b'ar-
fut , and the best ye had to cat was b'ar
incut-mi' poucs. Yo drank mo' whisky
than all the men put together , an' ye
never had a second shirt to yor back' ! "
This wa&u't a corker for Joseph. Ho
heard the woman through with a smile
and then said :
"A barvon of the Lord must take the
abuse of shuckles sinners an' turn the
other cheek. I have cum up hero to
warn yo that the seventh signals has
boon sat in the heavens us a warnin'l
Wo ! Wo ! Wo ! Them as gin heed
will pass down the trail clothed in silks
an' satins an' pearls. Them as scolt an'
revile an' cuss around will be troden by
the heels an'Hung into the llory fur
nace , which is 100 feet deep an' fill ) of
twistin' sarpints. "
Two children were overcome and be
gan to cry at this , but the father of one
of them gave him n box on the ear and
rose up and said :
"Who was you an' who ib you ? We
all know you to bo a shilT'lo.ss , onory
shuckless varmint. You wasn't lit tc
wipe up skunk's ilo fur ton long y'ars ,
Then you went over to Kuoxvillo , 'jined
the Salvashun army , an' hov cum b.iel <
yero to call us pore an' wuthless sin
"Lot us sing , " said the revivalist , as
the other paused , but the people
groaned him down , and the other con
"Wo'vo been feodin' yor pore heart
broken wife an''childrcn , an'you hov
bin gallivantin' around an' purloiidin'
you had a call from the Lord to whoor
'or ' up. I kin toll yo to yor face , .Toe
Williams , that this settlement wants
none o' your kind of roligun , an' it
wants a mighty sight loss of you ! Git
right down an' shot ! "
"Hain't I got rohgun ? " demanded
Too."Has a b'ar got wings ? " answered
one of the women. "Tho Lord wouldn't
hov ye , .Too , an' yo know it. Yen's toe
onory nil through. You's too lazy tc
hold to roligun if you got it. "
"He's to shotIV shouted
jist got an
"Hain't I got no call to spread the
gospel ? " asked Joe.
"Nary call , " answered one of the
men who had spoken before. "You has
jist got a call to bo meaner'n pisen , and
thats all thur is to it. "
"An I've mistook , hov I ? " queried
the alleged revivalist.
"You nov. Now , then , yon pint fut
homo ! Mariar is thur n-wnitiu' , an :
the three children are thar a-waitln' ,
an'you jist git up an' aim eomoporli
an' corn an * lot the Lord alone. If ye
don't do it , thar's gwino to bo some tar
an' feathers around yero ! "
"Nayburs , " said Joe , after a painful
pause , "if I've mistook , then I've mis
took. I reckon you know hottcr'n mo ,
an' I'myilliu' to take advice. Beats
all creation how I mistook , but I shan't
go agin yor words. "
With that ho btopped down and out
and ceased to bo a revivalist , and soon
disappeared. Then the big man with
the serious face got up , turned his eyes
to heaven and said : "O , Lord , we it
onery an' mean an' low-down. Wo is
shuckless an' shif'less. Wo hov made
whisky agin the law , an' we
hov boon liars an' profanors.
Thar'snothin'pison mean that wo hov'nt
done at some time or other , hut we
reckons on Thy goodness to forgivo.
Wo is pore an' ignorant. Some of UE
can't read nor write , an' wo is till us
tiilin' with bodily pains. Figger on
those things , O Lord.nn'lct the notches
on the stick show up in our favor. "
With that tlio meeting ended and the
big man took mo by the hand and said
ho hoped ho hadn't offended my religion -
ligion , and that I must stay all night at
"Yor bee , " ho felt to explain , "whon
religion is religion , an'it's the pure
quill an' no water in it , there's never
one of us but kin take it in large doses
tin' bo thankful to the Lord fur sondin
the messenger , hut when an onery.
wuthless cubs like Joe Williams sots \ \ \
to have got a call to spread the gospel ,
an' ho cums yore among us as know
him to spread it , why , wo feel to make
him shot. "
Go to Pries' lake for picnics. Fine
concert every Sunday.
The message boxes of THK BUM nro
proving ft great convenience to the
If you want a good carriage or buggy
cheap , goto
SlMi'SON'8 , 1409 and 1411 Dodge st.
Two fine now buggies to bo sold al
auction utttO'J ' South Thirteenth.
iinua & FitBTWHU. , ,
For clocks , watches , silver ware , diamonds
mends , go to Eriekson & Co. , 212 North
You can find cool , well furnished
rooms ut the Globe hotel , best Ipcnted
house in Oinuhu ,
IlcfiiseU to Weil AVhlto With Blnclf
Now York Special Chicago Herald ;
A short , thick-set and comfortably
dressed colored man of middle ago anil
a tall , showily dressed voung white
woman presented themselves tit the
mayor's ofllco to-day and asked to be
married. The mayor looked ruthoi
doubtful. Ho wild ho would perforn
.ho ceremony if the law muuo it hit
uty to do BO. But on looking up the
question he found that it was optiona
wlt'h ' him. and ho refused to join tin
couple. The man was very mucn crest
fallen ftt the decision , anil thp wolmu
Boomed oven more chagrined. Whet
they found that it would not bo nbccs
Bary for the record they refused t <
answer tiny questions , nbou ' whd thoj
or where they came from.
A WILY CROOK IN THE TOILS
Ono of , thq Grontoat Ilixscnla Uu-
huriK Run Down'by Dotootlvofl.
A MAN OF INFINITE RESOURCES.
Some oft lie Dai-lnt ; KxploltnorHninotli
AVIIllnm Unlit * Colby , Hplrlt-
units ) , Minister , Gnniblor
Cotby Spotted by Detectives.
Cmcloo , August 0. [ Special Tclcpram to
THE HRU.I Several of "Uncle Sam's" oftl-
ccra will probably take Into custody ut San
Francisco to-day one of the slickest swin
dlers and train robbers who ever worked
Ills calling In this country. His name Is
William Ualns Colby , and ho has success
fully posed as n spiritualist , Baptist minis
ter , gambler and train robber. Tlio oftlccrs
Imvo been on hU trail since 1877 , and have
Just located him nt No. 45 Sixth street , fean
Francisco , where ho Is acting as a spiritu
alistic medium , Unit is said to bo ono of the
best slate-writing mediums In the country.
The crime for Which Colby Is Wanted Is the
robbery , near Austin , Tex. , In 1872 , of a
United States postal car. It wns n storm.v
night In March when two men boarded
the car ns It was leaving a station
Just outside of Austin , and , binding
und gagging the messenger , threw the sacks
of mall from the car. The robbery was not
discovered for nearly an hour , when the
messenger , bound and gagged , was found in
n corner of his car. The robbers had leaped
from the train , and no trace was found of
them except a quantity of letters rilled of
their contents some f'JXX ( ) .
In 1S75 n Baptist minister named William
Hains created qulte a sensation In Hearno ,
Tex. , where ho hold a stories of most success
ful revival meetings. Hundreds of people
were converted by the pious preacher , and
for u long time his mime was held up to the
youth of that section as representing nil that
was good. Ono night while the revival
meeting was In progress the Hov. Mr. Ilalns
was 111 and unable to attend. The train was
detained nt the depot , that night by an acci
dent n mile down the road , -ind the
mall agent , .lohn H. Lipphard , went
over to attend the meeting In order to while
away un hour or so. When ho returned tlio
mail car had been robbed. Empty mull sacks
covered the lloor and hundreds of registered
letters were torn open and strewn about.
The loss was estimated ut $1,000. The United
States ofllcors were put on the caso. and
after nearly n year's hard work collected
positive proof that the Kov. Mr. Kulns w.is
the author and perpetrator ot the robbery.
It transpired that Hains had previously
scraped acquaintance ) with the mull clerk ,
John F. Lipphard , now editor of The Ainorl-
can Flag , New York City , and induced
him , as a precautionary measure , to
use a lock on his cur door which
ho ( Ruins ) furnished him. Hulns wns sen
tenced to live years m the Huntsvilio peni
tentiary. Ho only served two years , as
President Grant was deceived into pardonIng -
Ing him on the ple.i that Hains Was in the last
stages of consumption. A year later Hains
made his appearance In New York as a most
successful medium , but after n short stay ho
lied , leaving many creditors to mourn Ills
absence. Three years ago ho turned up in
Chicago , where ho repeated his New
York success ns a sl.ito writer. Ills
disappearance from Chicago was as sudden
us in Now York , and from the time ho loft
here nothing was known of his whereabouts.
In the meantime the stjcrct service ofllccrs
discovered that the medium and the Texas
tr.iin robber were ono and the same person ,
Last week they located him in San Fran
cisco , and Sunday last they started for that
city to arrest him.
IN NO MAX'S
Fears Tluit Hostilities Arc About toIle
ST. Louis , August 3. A special dispatch
says that ton companies of the Second regi
ment of the staio militia left Hutchlnson ,
Kan. , for Stevens county this morning ,
destined to Hugoton. Reports to-day from
Stevens county are to the effect that the sit
uation is serious , and an open conflict is feared
at any moment. LSoth towns are preparing
for war. On Wednesday evening a Woodsdalo
man named Harlerund n Hugoton man named
Watson met about midway between the two
towns and had n duel. Sovcrnl shots were
flrcd at long and short range , and Harlor was
The rosy freshness and a velvety soft
ness of the skin is invariably obtained
by thoao who use Fozzoni's Complexion
J > EMOOKAT1U JUUAGUEIlS.
Meeting of tlio Executive Committee
of the Suite Association.
Yesterday at 2 o'clock there was a
meeting at the Paxtou of the executive com
mittee of the Stnto Democratic league. The
meeting w.is called by means of private
letter. The committee consists of
John Shorvln , of Fremont , pres
ident ; Frank Morriasoy. Omnha , sec
retary ; Win. Camilla , Nebraska City ;
H. P. H. Miller , of Lincoln ; .T. A. doss , ot
Sarpy county , and Mr. Cochran , caltor of
the York Democrat , mm an
other gcntleinnn from Hcntrico. All
of these except the hist mentioned
were present. The object of the meeting is
to make arrangements for the moro thorough
ranvass of the state and the formation of
democratic clubs which will afliiliato with
the National Democratic league of the
United Suites. The meeting was held with
Swindled n AVIiolosiilo Company.
The case of L. B McCarpir , of Sartorin ,
who is charged with obtaining goods under
false pretenses , was tried yesterday in tlio
police court. The complainant was this firm
of Parlin , Orcndorff & Martin , of Canton ,
111. Hy representing himself as being worth
Ji'i.SOO , he secured 5-1,500 woilh of goods Irom
them , when In fact ho wns worth nothing.
Ho was found guilty nnct bound over to ap
pear before the higher court. This ease is of
Importance ) to the company ns a teat case , for
they have u number of other customer * who
have victimized them In a similar manner.
Second \Vnrd OauaitH.
The republicans of the Second waidmcet
In caucus on next Wednesday night to se
lect delegates to the county convention. It
is desired that u full meeting bo had , so that
a fair expression of the hcntluicnt of the re
publicans of the waul maybe given , and del
egates chosen who will bo net In the conven
tion ns to command the united xupport of the
_ . _
Koiirtli "Ward Republicans.
The Fourth \Vnnl Hopiibllcan club hold n
brief meeting nt Justlca Anderson's ofllcc
last evening , with the president , I ) . II.
Wheeler , In the chair. The onlyliuslnoos of
any note transacted was the acceptance of
the invitation from the Eighth ward club to
Join with them In their ( , 'i oat demonstration
Socnnd Ward Club.
All republicans of the Second ward , includ
ing the llumboau club.aro requested to assem
ble at 7 o'clock this evening at ICuspar's
hall , to maruh in a body to the ii hth ward
nUlllcatlon , to which an Invitation has been
Mimes u it. H9
Sprains , Strains ,
Bruises , Wounds.
Sold \m \ Drvgrfflt unit DitUc'l-
TheCliit. f\.Vofl.er \ ! Co.B4lto.-Mi
THK LAND OF
Santa Abio : and : Cat-R-Cure
For. Snlo by
G-oodman Dru ° - Co.
afkAA i <
In the realm of ilUonso the fuels of Ifc
kcrllnncn arc tnoit numerous ntul arctlnllT
accumulating. Here , Ma * , they bwome let
rtble , fateful and oTcrwlielmliiB. No fnot of
Bnluro U moro pregnant with awful msan-
lug than Ilia fact of the Inheritance of
dUcaao , It meets the physician nn hU rtnlly
round * , paralyzing his art and flllluic hint
vrlth illiinay. Tin legend of tlio ancient
OrccUt picture * tha Furies as pursuing
families from generation to generation ,
rendering them ilesolalp. The Furies still
ply their work of terror slid death , but they
re not now clothed In the garb of luperstS
tlon , but appear In the moro InUIIIgtblo but
BO loss nwfill form of hereditary dlvnst.
Itolern aclcnco , whldi has Illuminated I *
many dark corners ot nature , has nhod *
new lUit ! on tha ominous words of th
Scriptures , "Tho sins of the fathers nhftll b *
rhltoil upon the children untn ( he third and
fourth Kcneintlon. " Instances of hereditary
disease abound. Fifty per cunU > of cacci ot
consumption , that fearful destro'j er of fami
lies , of cancfr and scrofula , run In fumlllea
through Inheritance. Insanity Is liorcilllary
In n marked decree , but , fortunately , Ilk *
many other hereditary diseases , ( ends to
fear Itself out , the Hock becoming extinct.
A distinguished scientist truly inyg ; "No
organ or texture of the body Is exempt from
the chance ot being the subject of hereditary
dlsoaio. " Probably moro chronic diseases ,
which permanently modify the structure
and functions of the body , ore more or lesi
liable to be Inherited. The Important And
far-reaclilng practical deductions from inch
facts-nffccUnfr so powerfully the happlueu
f Individuals and families and the collective
nrlfar * of the nation are obrlous to roflto *
ting minds , and the best moans for prevent
ing or curing thue dUe&ses Is a subject of
Intensu Interest to all. Fortunately nature
has provided a remedy , which experience
as attested as Infallible , and the remedy U
the world famous Swift's Specific , a pur *
Ytretablo compound-nature's antidote for
all blood poisons. To the afflicted It , Is
Blessing of Inestimable value. An Intornt.
Inff trrntlKC on "Blood and akin Disease * "
Will U mallM free by addreulng
Tag BIYIFT Sricmo Co. ,
Drawers. Atlanta , Ot ,
y OVKIl A MILLION DlSTHIllUTKD J
Louisiana State Lottery Company ,
Incorporated l > v the loittslntiiro In 1MW. forJM-
iicationul nml Clmrlt iblo purposes , ntul Hi fmn-
: hlbt ! tnnilo a nut tot the present Mtito Constitu
tion , In ISiii , y n n oviTWholmliiK popular voto.
llslltANli\THAlltllNAHVrltAWlN08. ( ) : )
luku pliico H nl'AuiiuaHy. ( Juno mid Uceiunlinr )
mil Its ( JUANI ) SINfh ( ! NU.Mlir.ll DllAW-
INO 8 take p'.iu ' neil each of the other ton months
in the year , iiiul nru nil drawn In public , nt the
Acnilomy nf .Munlc , Now Urlonni , I.n.
"Wo ilo hereby certify Unit wo supervise the
UTiuiKumriiU tor all th Monthly nml Smul-An-
inial lYriittliiusof The l.oulhlunii State Lottery
"oinuauy. iiml In person nwimK < > und control
'he Drawings theinsolvi'H , mul that the mme
ire conilnrtoilltli honesty , tRlriu-ss , anil In
; i > oil faltli tnwanl nil p.irtlOH , amiM > iuithorl/i (
; lie company to use tliH oortlllcute , with fau-
( IniUon of our slgimturoi attached , In Us ml vet-
\VulliiMinilcrslKtieil llniikB mill llankrrs will
pay nil 1'iUc-t ilr.i n In 'I ho Loiililalm btato
Lottoilos which niuy bo pieMmK'il ut our conn-
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CAPITAL PRIZE , $300,000.
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