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EIGHTEENTH YEAJR. OMAHA , SUNDAY MORNING. AIJRIL 7 , 18S9.-SIXTEEN PAGES. NUMBER 296
A BUNCH OF
To Every Lady Visiting Our
Given Free to Every Lady Visit
ing Our Millinery Department.
Millinery Department , A BUNCH VIOLETS. OF FRENCH
502 , 504 , 506 , 508 and 510 South 13th-st. , . Corner of Howard.
Will , Monday , make prices on special lines of New Spring- Goods , that , are sure to bring such a rush to their store that they have engaged extra
/ . help , so that everyone will be waited ujpon. It will pay you to attend the sale.
Our spring millinery trade so far has been
immense , over
3,000 LADIES' ' TRIMMED HATS
Sold last week. Everybody Is surprised at the business we ore
doing while other houses are complaining of dull trade. Why ?
Owing to the fact that we buy in .such large quantities from the
manufacturers direct and sell our goods at a small margin that we
save our customers fully
From Millinery House Prices
We have determined to make the Millinery Department one of
the leading features of our business , and are now devoting our en-
lire second floor to our millinery department , making it the hand
somest , largest and best lighted millinery department in the citv. We
" employ only the best experienced trimmers , have the latest styles ,
"TRIM HATS FREE OF CHARGE.
To-morrow we will display a very extensive selection of
Hats , Round Hats and Bonnets
'OUR STOCK'OF DNTRIMIED HATS is AT PRESENT VERY COMPLETE ,
IN THE FIELD OF SPORT ,
Encouraging Prospoots of a Success
ful Baao Ball Season.
A TALK ABOUT BASE RUNNERS.
A Colossal Bicycling Tournament
President McCorinlok Tlio Bench
iB ; Show Trap , DOR nnd Gun
miscellaneous Sport Inc.
Tlio Now Schedule.
Moincs on Tuesday last und revised the
playing schedule for the present season.
There was a representative from each club ,
President McCormlck nnd Secretary
Brandt being present from here , in atten
dance at the meeting and by their combined
work succeeded In turning out a very fntr
and satistactory schedule. The season opens
on April 20th , tlvo days earlier than by the
first schedule , and the northern cities open
In the southern , with Minneapolis at Omaha ;
St. Paul at Sioux City ; Milwaukee at St.
Joe , and DCS Moincs at Denver. This ar
rangement will have n tendency to enhance
the opening games a hundred fold over the
former situation. The season closes Septem
ber ! ! 0 , with the southern cities in the nor.tli
The schedule provided for the homo
grounds In as follows :
April Minneapolis , 20 , 21 and 23 ; St. Paul
25 , 37 und 23 ; Milwaukee SO.
May Milwaukee 1 and 2 ; DCS Moincs 4 , 5
nnd 0 ; Sioux City 18 , 10 and 20 ; St. Joe 21 ,
22 und 23 ; Denver 24 , 25 nnd 20.
Juno Minneapolis 10 , 17 and 18 ; St. Paul
20 , 2J and 23 ; Milwaukee 20 , 27 and 28 ; Dos
Moincs 20 and 30.
July DCS Moines 1 : Sioux City 3 , 4 and 4 ;
Et. Joseph 0 , 7 aud 0 ; Denver 22 , 28 and 24.
August Milwaukee 8 , 10 and 11 ; Minne
apolis 12 , 13 nnd 14 ; St. Paul 10 , 17 and 18 :
DCS Moincs SO , 21 and 23 ; Sioux City 23 , 24
, i and 25 ; St. Joseph 28 , 20 nnd 80.
September Denver 13,14 nnd 15.
This makes 03 games for the homo grounds ,
and they are admirably distributed umong
the other seven teams.
Of these contests 13 fall upon Saturdays
and 13 upon Sundays , as follows :
. April Minneapolis 20 and 21 ; St. Paul
37 nnd 28.
May Dos Moincs 4 and C ; Sioux City IS
and 10 ; Denver 25 and 20.
Juno Minneapolis , Sunday 10 ; St. Paul
S3 and' ' ; ! : Dos Mdluos 20 and 0.
July St. Joe. 0 nnd 7.
AugiiRt Milwaukee , 10 and 11 : St. Paul ,
17 and 18 : Sioux City , 24 and 25.
September Denver , 14 and 15.
Oinuha finishes the season in Milwaukee
September 37 , 23 uud 20.
This schedule shows thnt some bruins
wore oxerolsod in getting it up , and no little
credit for the same Is due .Secretary O. K.
Brundi of this city ,
About Hntio HiinnerH.
Brynun , ot the Sioux Cltys , is unquestion
ably the lloelcst .runner in the Western
association. Ho can cover ono hundred yards
in a straightaway run In less than eleven
trconds. There Is no other player in this
association that can duplicate this perform
ance. Of the Omalius , Crooks is u good
starter from the plain , nnd a good start Is a
big thing in making u base. What Crooks
weald do under favorable circumstances anil
on a good cinder path'Is another thing. Ho
does not ciulm to bo n sprinter , Coonoy can
JmUo his llttlo duck legs go like a pinion-rod
of a locomotive trying to makn up lost tinio.
Ho leaves the pinto oji a bunt or a short hit
like an urrow from the bow , and it crowds
an In Holder to throw him out oven on a
cleanly handled ball. Lcighton Is a fast
mail , and may develop Into what the gamin
call a lulla-coolejr. lie runs in good style ,
gets un on his toes and mukes for first
like a ttiorouf hbrcd. Jack Mcssltt is a ban
ner base runner , and ha ROCS llko a whirl
wind , Is a jrood slider and makes many a
base that would ba lost to a less agile man ,
Andrew * , Strauss and Naglo are futr base
runners , and llttlo WlllU is a dandy. Clove-
find Ja too bit ; to muko flrit class time , but
his line hitting will makeup for this. Proes
ser surely hns the material in him for a
llyer. Kennedy is not a fast man , but Daddy
Clarke , at times , runs well.
The last Issue of the Now York Sporting
Times contains an excellent portrait of J. S.
McCormick , of this city , and president of
Western association , accompanied by the fol
lowing sketch :
J. S. McCormlck , president of the Western
association was born in l&8r nt Cadiz , O. He
settled in Omaha when he was twenty-two
years of age and began business there as u
surveyor. That calling , however.he did not
follow a great while , us he saw u promising
opening in the grocery trade. It was in this
branch of buslneso that ho laid the founda
tion for his fortune. Mr. McCormlck was
quick to perceive that Omnhn would develop
into ono of the lending cities of the west ,
nnd ho laid his plains accordingly. He was
engaged in freighting on the plains nnd later
secured largo government contracts , dis
charging his obligations promptly and credit
ably. Ho was elected president of the Omaha
club in the fall of 18S7 , and was re-elected at
the last annuul meeting. At the Minne
apolis meeting of the association ho was
chosen president and treasurer. Mr. Me-
Cormlck is n popular man in all that Is desir
able which that word implies. The Sporting
Times has had hard work td secure his pho
tograph , us ho was averse to the publicity
intq which his picture In this paper will lift
him. His regara for the paper , however ,
triumphed ovur his disinclination , and our
readers may see him on another page us
Umpire Sandy MoDerinott. ,
The Western association's now umpire ,
Sandy McDermott , will cut a queer figure
when in the field this season , If what is said
of him Is true. Here Is the fairy tale that
comes from Chicago : "Sandy has had built
for use during the tomlntr season a helmet
nnd n cuirass of stout bull's hide , steel
bound and brass riveted , which shield his
head and body. The suit is ingeniously con
structed to yield with the movements of the
wearer , whllo light but strong steel ribs offer
stout resistance to assaults fiom without.
The helmet is lined with u combination of
steel bars and springs and cottort wool In such
a way that not oven the most powerful blow
from an irate batsman would bo felt on the
wearer's bead. In fuct , the only vulnerable
spot in the helmet is the hole necessurilv loft
for the umpire's mouth , uud oven this is in n
measure protected by a wlro ncttlntr. For
his legs , Sandy bus devised a covering some
what rcRonibllng cricketers' foils , but much
thicker and stiongcr , constructed of heavy
bull's hide. "
A CIciso Kmlit 1'rcdlcted.
The Westoin association race for 18SO
gives promise now of being uioro closely
contested than over before In the hlsto ry of
the organization. When the hot ol ese of
last season Is taken into consideration this is
saying a good deal. The additions to the
plavlng strength of the Mllwuukeos , Den-
vors , St. Joes , St. Pauls uml Ouialms , indi
cate thnt the struggle this year will
bo a rema-kablu ono , Bucnuso the
Sioux Citys , Des Monies nnd Minne
apolis teams nni not included In tbo above is
110 assertion that they will not bo In the
tight. It goes without saving thnt Moiton
and his wild hustlers will bo right up among
the leaders nil the time , If they do not make
the puce. No team bus a cinch , and will
hnvo to keep busy all the tiinu. At no stage
of the gumo can any of them lay buck on
their oarn. They must be keyed up to their
fullest tension from the first tap of the bell
until they u.isn under the wire In October.
Then look out for a close finish and lots of
hurrah and excitement ,
8i > ld at n hong Price.
William Dally , an Omaha horse breeder
and trainer , cold Gall McMahan and her
colt , Belle Theme , to Frank Batta. of Hall ,
Mo. , ono day this week for one of the longest
pt Ices over paid for a pair of Nebraska bred
colts. Qall McMahan Is a trotter , with .34
mark , by MoMahan , dam by Humbletonlan
Chief. Belle 1'horne is by Hawthorne , dam
Lady Theme , by Thoruedalo , by Main
Hauibletoulan. Belle Theme goes in the
colt stakaa at the breeders meeting Melil
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THE SPRING BSNCIl SHOW.
Evidence That It Will Attract Atten
tion ' 1 liroiiRhoitt the Country.
An extraordinary interest is being taken
in Manager Ingram's spring bench sho'w ,
which opens nt 1210 Farnam street ono week
from next Tuesday and continues to the 19th
inclusive. In evidence of this fact the prizes
offeicd by business men arc herein enumer
ated : C. S. Haymond , a beautiful silver cup ,
appropriately engraved , for the Kennel win
ning the most prizes. Dr. Saxo , a box of fine
toilet soap , to the best skye-terrier. Pease
Bros. , silk umbrella , to the best black and
tan. J. J. Hnrdln , an elegant collar , first
English mastiff. Charles Fuuning , hand
some collar , first St. Bernard's. Lieutenant
Wright , silver collar , llrst setter. Frank
Pnrmcleo , lovely set of harness , first Dug.
Wolty & Guy , fine collar , llrst fox : terrier.
William Lawlcr , of the Eden Musec , gold
medal , first Mexican hairless. J. A. Wood
& Co. , box of imported cigars , first bull ter
rier. Oavo Kauffmun , box of fine cigars ,
first grey hound. In addition to these there
are many other special prizes. Entries are
coming in daily and the show promises to boone
ono ot the most interesting over held in the
west. Prize-winning pointers and Betters
from all parts of the country will bo hero.
Some of these dogs have taken first prizes on
the English bench , and uro known to dog
fanciers throughout the world. Blood
hounds , trrcat Danes , Mastiffs and St.
Bernard's will head the list of largo dogs.
There are also several entries of fine New
foundlands and Scottish stag hounds. There
will be any number of dogs benched that no
money can buy , most of them have al
ready won ilrst prizes In eastern competi
tion , but there will bo some new aspirants
for first honors that will make the old fel
lows bid high to beat thorn , A largo selec
tion of old Virginia fox hounds have been
entered , and will uttract much attention.
Every old time sportsman is familiar with
the liquid muslo of their tongues , and the
sight will awaken memories of muny a
thrilling elmso. There will bo a large show
of Hno grey hounds , und their companions
"In the Held,1' the fox terrier. The fox
terrier is u gritty little dog , with just spunk
enough 10 go ut anything from a mouse up to
an elephant. They will go Into the burrow
of u rabbit , fox nr wolf , und seldom fall to
rout the pinio out. The skyu , Scotch and
Irish terrier , the black und tail nnd pug , uro
the favorites with tbo ladies. There uro a
number splendid puirs in Omaha , able to
compete with the best , and most of them
will bu benched. It the Omaha dogs are en
tered as they ought to bo , theio is little
doubt but what muny of thu llrst honors
will bo taken hero. It Isn't every city In the
country that can get up a show like this ,
nnd it is pleasing to note the interest that is
being evinced in the enterprise.
The Trap , One "nil Gun.
W , G. Ingram has sold his blggrevhound ,
.Tuck. Ho was purchased yestorduv by E ,
Ballard of Wllber , this stute , fqr to5 ,
John S , Prince und Frank Parmeleo shot
a blue rock mutch yesterday uftornoon ,
twenty blids each , eighteen yards' rise , for
price of birds und shells and 110 a side , The
I'urtuelee . . . . ! 111111111011111111 1-19
1'riuco in 1111 iiimiiooui-ia
Prince Is what might be properly called a
new shot , but liu is coming up on the
"cracks" very fust , is shooting in splendid
form and will soon bo enabled to step up to
tbo murk with the best of them.
Messrs. Herdln , ICotchom and Clarke shot
a triangular match yesterday on the now
club grounds across the river , each man
posting $10. fifty blue rocks , eighteen yards
rise. Mr. Hiiruin won by the magnificent
score of 49 out of 50. The score :
A vast number of gunners have been out
during the past wccic , und although the con
tinued warm \\cathcr has keut the birds
from moving much , BOUIO very line sport was
had at different points. ' Goose shooting at
Clark's , Brady's ' Island , Willow Island. Val
ley aud Uogcra has been unusually peed , and
sonio largo hags have been made. At
Clurko'fk Wednesday Mr. Hoyt downed
forty-one white geesd'and.brant , and on the
day following Mr.IHale bagged sixty-three.
Ficd Tyler icports ordinary pintail shooting
at Waubuncov , and lower down , among the
sloughs along the Missouri , mallard shooting
has been exceptionally line. C. C. Williams
says there have been largo numbers of birds
at MUspuii Valley , but only small bags hnvo
been inade owing' to the low wutera
and summer weather Bluu bills are to bo
found oil thu Elkhorniln lar o ( locks , but arc
flying but little. There nro nbbolutely no
canvasbacks and but few redheads lepoitcd
at tiny of the shooting' giounds. Snipe have
come In again and Jfalr baps are being made
ut Whiting und east of Bancroft.
The John J. Hnrdln shotting tournament
opens on the club's new grounds across the
river one week from 'Tuesday next nnd con
tinues four days. Hordin has secured 0.000
live birds , 4,000 pigeons und 2.00J English
sparrows , und tliero is every indication of a
lurpo and Interesting meeting of the crack
The Omaha Kiflo club will moot at the
sporting goods house of Gwln & Uunmiru ,
corner Thirteenth und Dodge streets , next
Wednesday night , for the annual election of
officers , and the transictlon ofu lot of mis
cellaneous business. The Omaha Gun club
will meet at the same place Tuesday evening
for business of a slniilar.clmracter. This is
the gun club's unnual meeting ,
Hon. John M. Thurston spent the \vock up
the Platte with n party of friends umong the
geese and.wild fowl. They hod n gloi ions
tlmo and bagged several barrels of game.
A Oolofsal Toiiriinniont.
W. G. Ingram goes to Chicago with J. J.
liar din in May to assist In the management
of the great cycling tournament. Thcso gen
tlemen have several pf the entries to look
uf tor , besides other , material interests to
watch over. This Will undoubtedly bo the
grandest und biggest bicycle tournament
over hold In the worju. There will bo one
professional event , cSntlnuln. ; Hlxda.\s , ciclit
hours dully. Foe. this ' $1UX ) will bo given ,
and provided thera , 'hro eight or uioro start
ers , as seems highly piobaulo , it will bo di
vided into live prjc $ , the first man taking
* 'iOO , the second $250tbq third $12' . , fourth
75 and fifth fJH ) . Ifrtporo are less than eight
starters , only four1'prizes will be ulvtn , tlio
third man taking $150 and the fourth SI00.
In addition to thls , > nj special pri/e , whether
in money or a trophy has not yet been de
cided , will be plvcn tDjtliewimier provided ho
beats the record,7473niesmado ! by Morgan nt
Minneapolis. As this would rcquho an uv-
orugu speed of over * fifteen miles nine hun
dred nnd ninety yurdq sat hour , the race will ,
beyond question , bo fust und exciting. The
men who have already exurcssed their inten
tion of riding are Princi , his pupil , Heading ,
the soldier , Knapp , Morgan , Dincloy , Ash-
Imror , Harrison , AlUeH Scnock , 'Wiuttaker ,
Nlelbon und others , i
The other events will'bs numerous enough
ana sufficiently varied In character to pleauo
the most fastidious. There will bo races for
novices und expert ? ) , boys und old men ,
league men und unattached men , suburban
clubs and city dubs , la stiort nvory man will
bo civeu an opportunity to distinguish him
self In souio way or o tior. If it Is only by
taking a header und bringing down the rest
of the Held.
, Tlionlr Cliaur. "
Everybody Is inquiring about tbo great
fox , wolf and JaoV-fubljit chase , which Is
booked for the Coliseum on the night of
April/20. This novel aba thrilling enter
tainment has awakrinucl a most rcmarxublo
Interest , and Manager Ingram will undoubt
edly huvo several thousand people on hucd
to see the sport. The wolves and foxes are
being put ia condition and will muko a grcat
chase. Br'orVolf looks savage enough to
oat n horse. A flue pack : of Virginia fox
hounds will be on-hand to make It lively for
these animals , while the rabbits will be at
tended to by greyhounds. A wlro netting
will ba put up entirely around the balus
trade of the Coliseum , and ihcio will be no
J danger of the wild animals creating n stam
pede bv leaping among the audience. Besides -
sides these chases there will bo an interest
ing programme , embracing many new fea
tures , ai ranged for the occasion.
Kvcitts nt the CollMcuin.
There will bo heaps of fun at the Coliseum
during the next live weeks , as Manager
Prince has made 'arrangements for several
On tnc evening of the 20th Ingram's wolf
and fox chase will take place , and a largo
crowd will doubtless turn out to witness this
novel und thrilling exhibition.
On the 221 the six-day-three-hour a night
wheel ifico for amateurs b"giiis , continuing
to the 27th Inclusive. There arc already
lifteen entries , nnd the affair will be spirited
nnd exciting indeed , aa amateuis are always
emulous und run for blood every time.
On the 80th the lady bykers , Beauty Bald
win nnd all , , with three or four new ones.wil1
commence their second sis-day race hero. A
vast deal of speculation is going on as to the
identity of the unknown Omaha girl who it
is said will be a formidable competitor for
On Thursday next Wilbur P. Knapp. ono
of the sH.cdlcst | wncelnion in the world , will
ride u 100 mile race with Ned Heading1 , the
soldier , lor $100 a side , Keuding has im
proved wonderfully since last SCUD In a pub
lic race , and will make Knapp hustle to beat
Kroin tlio Dliuuon'.l.
Wulsh crocs to DCS Moincs.
The Cowboys on Tuesday and Wednesday
Davcnpoit has signed left-fielder Rout-
Carroll has nt last signed with the'St.
"Kid" Nichols may yet pitch for the
, Hlloy , of St. Paul , Is through coaching
Jim Hart , of Dos Molnes , will manage the
Proosser did not accompany the Oinuhas
'ou ' their trip.
Pcurco , Minneapolis' new first bascmuit , is
said to bo a comer.
Joe Ilorr Joined the Milwaukee team at
A new Inside fence has been built entirely
around the local park ,
"Tiick" McSorloy hasten made captain
of thu Sacramento team.
Denver has no less than six nx-Nutional
league players in her i auks.
Sporadic scores of exhibition hall games
arc blooming forth in all the city dulllcs.
Omaha has three of Poitsmouth's lust sea
son' : } team Cunavan , Lcighton and Willis ,
Orators-after and Jimmy McCullar have
been offered their releases by DCS Moincs for
Who will hit Jeff Bedford for llfty cases
this year ! Joe Miller was the only lucky
one last year.
St. Paul refused an offer of (1,090 from
Washington for Plckett in their highly
Milwaukee bemoans the release of "Pitcher
Wlniiloinan. It was a mistake. Ho was the
best twirler they hud ,
George Moolio has signed with Hartford
Ho caught for Omaha u few b'utnus on the
final trip of last season ,
This week's New York Spoiling Times
contains u cut of Em , Hcnglu , Minneapolis'
clover second baseman ,
Gcorgo Toflllng , of the St. Joe team , rej
coutiy received the nice little sum of. ? ,1.Mk )
from his father's estate in Boltou , Mass.
The Western association championship
season opens In Omaha ono week from Sun *
day next with Sain Morton's strong Minne
Sioux City has refused wovoral offers for
the icleasoof sboit-btop Burke , who played
so brilliantly for Jacksonville against tbo
Phillies thls sprlng.
Every city in the Western assoiIatlon ! is
well satisfied with the rovisiui ) of the playIng -
Ing schedule , and uncommon'.succesi Is pre
dicted for the season , X ,
There Is a good deal of talk tu , Sioux. City
These are the Lowest Prices at which we ever have or ever will again
offer New Dress Goods.
-W pieces NEW SI'ltlNU C.VSHMRHC , advertised last week at me , will ba
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A 4. 1 jr > Senses , nil now shades , DOtnUjK-rOI..D 8ER'i:3 ! : , Heavy twill , ndvorttsod
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A 4. 1 f > isn 'fi plcpoi DOUllf.K-roMl K. X. CASHM BURS. HI Inches wlilo , Rood colors ;
XS.ii X < a'gl j regular Inequality ; nil ! bo sold . < . At UJjo per yard
A + 1O rt-J : cases , splemltil DOUnfjE-KOI.I ) KNQMSII OASIlMKltH , nilvartlsod last
. .ra.bJ.CFCeoknta > c , will go tills uoek . AtlOopcrynrd
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JES.TJ lusUu'okiitSrtC. will go this nook . . . . . , . At Sic per yard
A J. CO pieces 'W-INCII LADIES' CLOTH , nlcogroyatU brown inKturj * . worth
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Rtf > Kn 10 pieces splendid quality nil-wool , double fold , full lit Inches wldo , nil now
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A 4. OEM pieces ALL WOOL 40-INCH CASIIMRIIES , dedr.ibla colors , worth BOo
Ja.li O Jl > uverywheie , uml bought to sell at that price , but ns tlio season Is BJ late
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A 4 , -l ciso beautiful now Imported All-Wool rilKNCH 813110153 , In nil the
J3.li latest coloilnro , Intended for saleat Mo ; will go tills WMk At : ir c per yard
A.J. -20 pieces Trench Illaek nnd White CUock DUK39 00303,31 luchos wide ;
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K0 pieces 50-INCH ALL WOOL StIlTINO , In Cull line of all thn now plain J
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'eccs ' ot 1MPOKTED NOV'BLTV PLAIDS , STItlt'nS and SltlK UANUS ;
bought to sell cheap nt 7'c , but you may have them now . At Mo per ynrd
I ? Kn-M pieces 33-INCH ALu WOOL IMl'OHTni ) VLAIO3 AND Srilll'153. hnml-
l GO ( , omo new stt \ > i , cri-tim ijroumK olil rose crounls , tan grounds. gobelin
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A 4- KrfTkr2rnseB 40-INCH ALL-WOOL HUNlUKTr.Y , beautifully ilulihad Roo.lt. nnd
.43. Jj iy\Pl * innll the now spring colorsj-ndvertiaoJ last week at 05s ; will go tlilVwaex
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fi 4dn 1 case 10-INCH SILK-t'INISHEI ) ALL-WOOL HEN1UKTTA , regular H.OO
.CJ.li O/O poodslllsell ; this week . AtUToperyura
A * C2Q10 pieces PUUK 8ILICWAHP unNUIETJ'A.nJ Inrhos wide , all now spring
X3.Ii OOU shinies ; ndvt'itised last week at ? I.'J3 , but wo must closa them out this week , 1
At 83o per yard
about stopping tlio Sunday games , the of
ficer ? of the club , however , aver that they
will not bo interfered with.
Siin MofTct , ono of Oniuhn's last season
pitchers , Is reported to huvo struck It rich In
Montana. Ho has made MO.OOO out of hlb
mine , and Is about to close out to Sun Fran
The Spaldlng base ball guide is on our
table. It Is replete with valuable in'irma-
tlon , and the front page is adorned with a
portrait of the late William A. Ilulburt , the
father of the National league.
The St. Paul Pioneer Press says the fans
up there view the ttronp Milwaukee team
with nuprohonslon. Outside of Milwaukee.
Omaha is regarded as likely to give the
Apostles their hn.utcst tussle ,
Catcher Earlo's record on the Australian
trip was us follows : ( JamcR. 85 ; at bat ,
117 ; runs , 28 ; ba < u > hits , : M ; stolen bases , It ;
general average , .US2. In the All America
team ho ranked third , Carroll being llrst and
Ward second. As catcher he ranked first ,
with an average of .937.
The second very kind invitation fromtho ,
Philadelphia Sporting Life , the leading baao
journal of the age , to the banquet it will give
to the Spalding tourists , has been received
by the sporting editor of Tun lEb , and ho
tnkrs this occasslon to return his heartiest
thanks ; also to express rogiets at his inabil
ity to attend.
The Enquirer says that "Bug" liolllday ,
when playing In the Hold Is a "uciul ringer"
for Curt Wulch. Ho walks like the great
PliiUdclphlan , throws like him , and catches
a lly with the same easy , graceful motion.
At the bat and on the bases ho reminds ono
of Latham. Ho rung on Ins toes with the
same kind of a motion us the St. Louis
Among the.younp blood in the Arcorlcan
association this season may bo mentioned
Holllcluy , Board and ICurlo , of the Cincln-
nails , Qutnii , Foreman , and Whittakcr , of
the Ualtlinoi os , Raymond nnd Shannon , of the
Loiilsvlllos , Freeman , Cudworth and Fuller ,
of the Browns. Lovctt and Visner. of the
BrpoltlyiiB , Palno and Urcnnan , of the Ath
letics , while the Columbus and Kansas City
clubs uro composed almost entirely of young
Manager Soleo will rigidly enforce the pro
hibition rules this season , and any man
caught taking u drink will bo assessed a
healthy lino. Ono player is already com
plaining that It will weaken him to be cutoff
from his beer , and. that ho will have it in
moderate quantities come what may. If this
is I rue , the sooner the Onmhas got rid of
him the better , Tlio rule is u most bcncllcial
onu , und should bo religiously enforced ,
The exhibition season for ' 8'J ' Is now in full
blast. The battle has opened In dead earn
est all along the line , and by tlil.4 time the
light fornuprumacy between the Western
association teams and the Americans will bo
at its thickest. . In another ten days the
competent enthusiast will bo nbln to form
soma idea of the comparative strength of the
Western teams. It Is not expected that
many panics will bo captured from the
American association , but baseball U very
Tug Arundel , the banner tough and bar
room loafer of the profession , and who
1'layeil ' in the Wostci n association last sen-
son , has been mmislng himself nil win
ter whipping policeman and knocking out
inoffensive citl/ons of Auburn , N. Y. , stirred
up a hornet's nest the other night. Ha ran
into Milcu Munscll whllo on the war-path ,
and Mike didn't do anything but kick In
some of his tocth , black both of his oyus and
cut his head open with a club. Arur.dfl is in
the hospital und Mlko is out of thn state.
Auburn i > > thurcfoio rid of two troublesome
customers for u while , at loast.
Denver's now grounds wJll be the lineal In
the Western association cities. They uro
450x725 feet , bo that cvory homo run made is
duly earned , Tlio grand stand In it model of
beauty , anu every convenience posslblo Is
mliloil for the bcuclltof the patronn. The
"bluuchlng boards" aru n special icuturo und
uro built for convenience. The seating ca
pacity of the grounds is-1,500 , Anew feature
is that tno ownerpf thorefreshment portions
\\lllnot bo allowed In the itudlonco during
the progress uf thq game , so that patrons
will not be annojcd by the ix.nli candy and
lemonade man. The UdiH' portion of the
grand stand will rouslu'of cushioned cliulrs
and other convculuncea for their ; oufoil.
Manager Selce remarked last night ; "I
am better pleased than ever with my now
men. After I had secured the full team early
this spring I looked carefully over the list
and concluded that the Otnaims for 1SS9 wore
just a trlflo weaker in the field than they
were in 1bS3. but a great deal stronger in
batting and base running. Since I have seen
them in several games against strong opposi
tion I run convinced that wo arc not only
stronger in these two essentials , but qulto as
muscular in HoldingLcighton backs up
second every time a man starts from llrst
and some of these runners who have been
going down tn third on overthrows to second
will cct fooled with Lelghton Ijohind
A base ball organization , with a cnpit.il
stock of $1,000 , has been orpanlred at Nor
folk. The following are the ofllcors : W.
W. Marplo , president ; Koine Miller , trcas.
uror ; S. II , Ovorholscn , secretary ; J. F.
Ulloy , business manager. Homo Miller , W.
W. Marnlo , U. G. Fleming , J. F. HHoy , D. A.
Hopkins , G. P. Moore and S. II. Ovcrholscn ,
board or directors ,
Two ' more handnomo red foxes were re
ceived yesterday by Manager Ingram for his
great chuso on the evening of the 20th at tha
Coliseum , .
Sonator'Morgan is In Now York making
arrangements for a six day race by the lady
bicyclists , to take place some time in May ,
The ilrst number of the Western Horse
man , a neat and newsy weekly octavo , jiub-
lishcd in this eltv , and dcvotod of course to
the turf and cqulno Interests , Is before the
writer. It Is well filled with interesting
local information nnd selected matter , ' and
merits success. It reprints a lot of Tim
Bnu's horse notes wlthout'crcdlt , however.
The summer mooting of the Nebraska as
sociation of trotting home brooders will bo
held Aupust 27 , 28 , 29 and 80. It has not
been decided yet which town or city will
get this meeting.
Trainers at the fair grounds are enjoying
most phenomenal went her for their work ,
and the track is alive with promising llyors
every morning nnd evening ,
QucBllonH and Answers.
Last week I asked THE UKIS for the cham
pion bicycle riders of the world , but received
no answer in Sunday's linn. Won't you
please supply the Information thl wcokJ
Amateur Whcolman , Nebraska National
Ans. W. A. Howe , of Lynn , Mass. , re
tired , wax tlio genet al world's champion.
Jack Prlnco Is the 72 hour champion , record
1,050 miles. W. P. Knapp is the 50 tnllo
champion. Ho made that distance In 2
hours , 20 minutes and 41 seconds , English
liders und authorities say this Is the greatest
feat over performed on n wheel , as every
mile was made Insldo of 3 minutes. Knapp
is also the 4S hour champion ; record 711.
Shock is the six-duy-Blx-jiIght , U3 hours ,
champion ; record 1,405 miles.
Will you pleuso state In THE Uen's sport
ing columns next Sunday on whut days and
where the Omaha ( Jun club hold thoit
weekly Hhootr. Also what U Frank Par-
melee's record for 100 birds !
AIM. Tuesday afternoon , Hereafter on
their new grounds across the river on the
line of the motor railway , Ninety-seven.
Allow me to congrutiihita you upon your
work In the sporting dopnrtmunt of your
paper. It is the only paper in the western
country west of Chicago taking such a com
mendable Interest in sporting ulTiiIra , and
compares favorably \vAli the host In tha
country. We cot replies two or tluoo weeks
curlier through Tur. llr.i : than wo possibly
can by ( tending to the eastern dailies or
sporting Journals. Continue the good work ,
It IH extensively read. How do you rate the
present Omaha ball team ore they tin strong
as last season's ! 0. II. Dawoon , Omaha.
Ans. Wo nito the Omalms qulto up to
lust Bcubon'u standard , with a slight excep
tion , All round they uro probably just a *
strong. Thanks for jour kind opinion ,
Can you Inform uio what has become ol
Moilcnry Johnson , the Uluclt Star ! John
Dtttruv , South Omaha.
Ans.He U porter in Co. Push'sacta !
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