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THE OMAHA DAILY ] 3EEi TUESDAY , MAY H 1892.
KO UMPIRE BUSINESS HERE
Bt , Paul Won Yesterday by Hitting the
Ball Hard at tha 'Eight Time ,
EIGHT HITS PUT INTO ONE INNING
TJrkorr Olvon n llBnutlfuLTrouncInc Co-
luinlnit , Milwaukee nnd MlliompolU Win
National , Western iinil Htntn I-oaguo
nnd Amateur ( innics of Hull.
BU 1'aul , 0 ; Omabn , 3.
Columbus , 7 ; Toledo , 3.
Milwaukee , Indianapolis , C.
Minneapolis , 15 ; Kansas City , 10.
F BY ANY MANner -
nor of hocus-pocus
Your Unck-oould
have loft the eighth
inning out of the
game yesterday nf-
tornoon Sports-
man's park would
have onoo moro
bathed in the re
splendent glories of
victory.
' Butofoourso
uncle was incapable
of any such prepos
terous task , nnd once ogaln tbo Uustlora
) vcro wallowed In tbo dust.
In fact those long , lank , loan nnd cadaver
ous Apoitlcs fairly rnodo a mop of thorn.
Thomas Gilbert VIoKory did the pitchlnc
* for our side , and lip to the elrjhth liining his
pood" right mauloy was right in It , but In
'that ono It served him a shabby trick.
Every man In the homeless aggregation
faced him in this innlnp , and three of them
twice , mid every man save Cornelius Dug-
dale took a smash at him , and ovbi-y man
save Cornelius made a runt
It was biff ! smash ! craostl bang ! In such
rapid succession that the Held , the grand
stand , with Its sea of cagor faces , the blue
licavlncs und the procession of Apostles
circling like some fabulous serpent around
him , must have looked to Vlok line some
hideous plmninomakorn.
Think of It , the eighth inning , eight hits
and eight runs.
Wouldn't that rip you up the backl But
it wasn't a bad game , notwithstanding.
The Uustlors made but ono mistake , n muff
liy Rutherford B. Hayes on a short hit to
left Held. And whllo the error was of the
excusable species , the ex-governor of Ohio
should have caught U , end ho would had ho
gouo after It as If be intended , to make a
catch , instead of embracing his grand-
motticr.
But so the great , garao goes , sometimes
you win ana somo. times you don't , and
ecnurally you don't.
Some Hot Worlf. *
. Sheiboo Ic opened up the struggle by an out
Irom Old Pop to Mo'tz , ana Oilks followed
with another at tbo same place by Holland.
Kolly's long fly fell Into Donaghuo's trap ,
and the homeless came in.
Hogrclver sent a lly out toward Hayes ,
\vho was In loft. By reason of Caruo's re
lease Uncle maao n switch In the Held , Kelly
going to middle.
But that lly Hopgy sent out toward Ruth
erford. He made a nlco sprint for It and It
struck licrstmiclrfiquaro in' his hands , but It ,
Jutnucdout again , and Iloggy was safo.
I'hlluaolpbus Donaghuo made an effort to
bunt , but Instead popped up n little ono to
Thomas Gilbert add < L'bomos Gilbert , turn-
mr like a cat , put the Jacks to Georgia also.
It was a pretty double end a lucky ono , too.
for both Old Cy ana Molz followed with sin
gles. Cantnln JUvord struck out.
1 hat was an egg nploco.
YlMior bouu tbo second with a safe ono
over Gunny's head , but Collopy was thrown
out at llrst. Your Uncle , who is doing tbo
best hitting of any man In the team , llnoa
her out and Joe hustled around to third , and
it looked Ilko a run or two , buro.
But alas for the frailty of human hopes.
Wcsllako knocked a llttlo out shoot down
to Cunny , nnd Cunny caught Vlsnor off his
bne : , nnd together with thu help of Alvoru
nnd Cornelius , ho run him down.
Every man In the grand stand said ' 'ah 1"
Then Cunny ended matters by llrmg Vlclc
at llrst.
It was n short shift for the porogrinatlne
Pilprlms from tno north. Gllks throw Hol
land out to David , und YlcK made a pair of
innnko.vs out of Old Pop and Cornelius.
Acaln In the third Omaha opened uu with
n hit , tinyos being t'uo fortunate Individual.
Hut tbal'.s nil tbo irood it done , for Shclbcck ,
( J.Iks und Kelly went out in rotation , with
out even a sacrlllco from oilbor of thorn.
Another clever double was all that pro-
vontrd the strayed , lost or stolen from scor
ing a t-ouplo.
Hogrlnvor , alter Cunny had fouled out ,
drove for bag No. S. Then Donaphuo bit
ono to Gllks mid was thrown out tit 11 rat and
Ilovvu nailed Hoguy at the pinto.
Ttrit was about the only uhanco tbo crowd
hud lo vontiluto its lungs.
Whun thu Hum \Vcrn Almlc.
It ivas still another blank for the Hustlers
In tbu fourtb , but In their half thu buusotcss
nnd the homeless proko the ice.
Old Cy singled ; then actually stole second ,
n tent that scit n spasui through tbu graud-
slan'il. Motr. jal his uaso on wldas , Alvord
sicntlcf'd and a ulld pitch did the rest.
Cyclltto Hutr'is scored I
, In ttiu sixth Omaha tied the score. Collopv
took rlrston bulls , went to thlid on Uncln.s
aucoiiu hit unu ran homo on Huthcrlord'.s
sucrllluc.
In tiiu seventh Ullks made n bit nnd on
succcnnlvi ) wild thio'.v.s by Holland ana Mot/
ran clear 'round and over thu plate.
Thu utowd lilted that , because It gnvo us
ono ully the best of It ,
Alter thU things wam tranquilly along
like u summer stream until the lust'half of
the eighth , when the orphans jumped onto
the K'.iuvo Vlck nnd hammered thu eternal
and I'vorlastlng life out of him.
Hoiriry opened up with n three-cushion
BimiNli , Donaghuu followed with ono for two ,
nii-1 SutulllJo. Molz , Alvord and Holland
wltn sliieU-.s Smith with
, n two-bug cr und
Cunny with a home run , Kindt hlu , with u
total ol llflcon bases and eight runs.
Thiil was all.
vvui'ii iiogriover came up u second tltnu
Vlck made n futllo uttompt to kill him , hut
fi.llli g In this , soul him to llrston bulls. But
v hiit'x tha use stretching thl.s novel out any
i further ) You ara ull siitUtlod that wo go't
llrkmi , und that Is nil there is In It.
' . Tbo last seen of Ralph Stout and Uncle
* David they ware walking down Douglas
* it root toward tbo rlvor , ami they haven't
* boon soon ulnco.
Thotcorc :
. OMAHA.
TofiU u u l aK a
BCOIIIS uv iN.sir.na.
Onmhl 0 0 0 0 0 I 1 0 I-.1
Bl Paul ) -l >
MJUMAIIV.
Hun con mod i Ht. l'iul ; , ? , Two-hnso hits ;
Hoar I'vi'r. Hunnvhur , h'mlth. Tlirco-buso
liliKi llourlcvcr , Homo rum ; t'iinnnihaiii. !
Left on hahuu ; pnriliu , ) U : Bu run I , ft.
Ibiiiblii pl-tvst Vlcl.ury to Uowc : Ullkv tu
lliirto tu Wi > stlalui : Ciiniilli bum to Motz.
11 soon lii Ut uir VioKury , at oil Viinnlni-
Initn , I II.thy pltchur : Uy Uliniiinchnni. I.
Mrni'1 % outi Hy Vl l.vrv , , 4 < by UiiiinliiKluim ,
L Wild iiltcbusi Uy ViOKcry. 1. Puuud
bulls : lly Westlako. 1. TlmoofK mo ! Ono
hour and fifty minutes. Umpire : Corcoran.
.A gul n Till * AftnrtKinn.
The Aposllos and the Hustlers will moot
at Sportsman's park ibis afternoon In the
Instpamoof the series. The game will bo
called at 3 o'clock In order to allow iho local
team' to catch a train for Minneapolis , where
it will play Wednesday. The positions will
bo as follows :
Omab * . Positions. Bt. Paul.
Handlhoo . Pitch Kcofo
Wvnlnko . , . . . . . .Onlch . , Ihictl'ilo
Rowe . I'lrst i ,
( lllks . ' . .Second. . . Smith
Coliopy . . . . . .Third .A1.yori !
b'bolbock. . . , , , . Miort . . . . . Holland
llnyos. . . . . . . . Left . . . Donaghiio
Kelly . Middle . . . Ilo.-rloyor
Vhner. . . . . ' . , . Illnht . butclliTo
rirntrn Only ( lot Onn lilt.
Toi.uno , O. , May 33. Columbus took a
second pamo from Toledo today , hard nnd
timely bitting and the poor umpiring of
Scrad doing tlto work. The homo loam was
not able to touch Clauson oxuopt for ono bit.
Weather cloudy nnd frequent rains. Attend
ance , 800. Score :
Tui.nno. COI.lTMIIt'S.
All II P A All II I1 A K
Armourrf. . ' . ' 0 0 0 Walsh. i
DarllnK.rf. . . 2 u o 0 O'llonrko. 3b 3300 1
( lettlnzer , If. 4 U t U 0 Oampail. If. . .
Mcliol , m. . . . 4 I I 0 U I.nlly. rf 40200
lily , us : i 0 2 3 U Mcdollan.Jb 4 0 S 1 0
.Mrh'l < on,2u II 0 a 3 0 Ur'kn'ldu. Ib a a 15 1 0
.Vewpl,3t | > . . . 4 0 2 A 5 Abbey , m , . . . 2 0 1 0 0
Cnluplon.lb. . 2011 00 .lantrcn , c. . . 30310
Hurley , c. . . . 20400 Clatiion , p. . . 4 I 0 0 U
1'enri , p * 0 0 0
Total 31 727 II ! 2
Totnti ! 9 I SI H I
scout : IIY . . .
Toledo 000 100000-1
Columbus 0 2 0 0 2 1 1 1 7
StOlMAUV.
Huns cnrncili Columbus , 4 , Tiro-baso lilts :
O'llourko , t'ampau. llrpelconrhUo. Homo run :
llrockonrlilKC. Uoutilo pluyai WaUli to McClellan
to llrrckpiulditc. liases on balls : uffl'oars.a ; oR
Clausenfi. lilt l > y pitcher : lly Clausen , 1. ritruck
out : lly I'cars. Hi by Clausen , t Stolen bason
Walsh , Kly , Abbey , 2. Time : Ono hour mill forty-
llxo mlnutei , Umplro : Scrad.
ItoiU'n ( Hass Arm Itullovod.
MILWAUKEE , WIs. , May 23. Milwaukee
won an Interesting game from Indianapolis
today , playing to 200 people. Tbo weather
was'co.d. Hout possod to Weldnor every
ball bo stopped and the latter threw tbo
runner out at first , Uout being unublo to
throw across the diamond. Not a man
escaped them. Score :
MILWAUKEE. IMllA.VAPUMS.
All H I1 A E All U I'A
M'Oarr. ' SB . , 5 0 1 4 1 ( IcnlnOb. , , 5 1 (1 ( 2 2
Word."J 5 ' - ' 2 6 U ' .richer , rf , . 50200
Twllchell , If II 1 0 0 0 Menra. m. . . n 0 1 0 0
Henry , In. . . . & 1 1 0 0 U'llrleu. Ib. . 4 1 H 00
KrolK. c fi 2 2 1 1 CnrpenU-r. : ib 3 5-0
Karl. Ib 5 a 111 0 0 l.anrunco , tt 4 2
Honlib : 53002 Urreer , If. . . . 402
Hamburg rf. 4 0 2 0 U Madden , p. . . 4 0 0
Wcldlier , p. . 4 3 1 10 1 Vulun , c 4 2 : i
Totals 41 13 27 SJ 5 Totals . ! ! ; 6 T 197
scour uv IN.NINOS.
Mllwaukon 00220030 5 12
IlullaimpoiU 0 00000500 5
KUMMAHV :
Huns earned : Indlnnapolls. 1 ; Milwaukee , 0. Two-
bare blls : KrelK , ( ienlni. Tliroo-Lin.io lilt : lloat.
Home run : O'llrlan sacrltlce lilts. Hamburg. Mad-
ileiu Hasaon ballsi .Muliarr , Moara. lilt by pltcbor :
Ward , KrclK , HumburK.WcUliiur , Carpeijtcr. Struck ,
onli Ward , Hoat. l.i : fonco. Stolen buses : Waid.
' 1 wlicboll , Henry , KrolK , Moara , Carpenter , Lawrence -
renco , HcrKcr , Tlmo oiKamos Uuo hour and Hlty-
Hvn minutes. Umpire : bnyder.
Tough nn the I'ltchei'H
MiNNCiroi.19 , Minn , , May 23. Today's
gnmu was n slugging match. ICansas City
hatted Franco out , of the box In the third
and the Millers forced Hughoy to retire in
the seventh. Patroit made u homo run with
tho'bases full. U'oathor cloar. Attendance ,
000. Score :
roll , 2. HtruckotUi Hy Kronco. 'i ; byHiiuhoy , 1 ; by
Corbutt , I , Wild iiltchei : by franco , 3 : by lliiKlioy.
2 ; by 1'iiyno. 2. rnssccl balls : lly .MeMnhun. Stolen
biiius : N'eirnmn , . ' ; Katz. Miliinlrlc , Mnnuliii ; . Tlmo
of name : Two hourn ana forty mlnutos. Uniplro :
NATIONAL I.i.ViUli.
1'Icll'or and Coinlskt-y Took Ono Aploco fur
tli Hay's Work.
LOUISVILLE , Ky. , May 23. Loulsvlllo and
Cincinnati played two games today and
brolca ovon. The llrst gaioo was n pitchers'
battle. In which Multano came out with llrst
hor.ors. Mullane , inspired wltn his success
In the Hrst game , thought ho could repeat
Iho lout In ih'o second , but the Louisvllles
got onto him in the fifth aud sixth Innings
and pounacd out seven runs. Jones Ditched
very effectively for Loulsvlllo. Wouthor
cool. Attendance , 2,107. Score :
Loulsvlllo . 00000100 0--1
Cincinnati . 0 2
lilts : Louisville , 5 ; Cincinnati , 0. Krrors :
f.rmlsvllle , 4 ; Cincinnati , 0. Karnod runs :
Cincinnati. 1. llattorlcs : Strallon and
UOWPO ; Mulluno and .Murphy.
Second garao :
Louisville . 0 0005200 * 7
Cincinnati . 3
lilts : I.onUvllio. Ill ; Cincinnati. n. Krrors :
( .oulsvllle , 2 : tUncInnatl , 4. Karnod runs :
l.oulsvlllf. 2 ; Cincinnati. I. Hatterles :
Junus und Dowse ; Mullane and Murphy.
Unulii AIIHO Chock * lIlniHuir.
CIIIOAOO , 111. , May 2:1. : Heavy hitting nnd
costly errors by Annon und Dalilon In the
mxth and eighth gave thu Jonahs today's
gnn < e. The outtlcld work on both sides and
Kynn's und Duniran'b batting were the lon-
tures. Weather line ; attondanco2OUO. Score :
Chlc.io . 2 4
I'ltistmr , ; . nooo o a o 2 * n
lilt 4 : Chlo.igo , I ) i I > ltt ljiirA 7. Krrors :
Ohloigo , 4 : I'lttsbur ,11. Karnod runs : Chicago ,
1 ; I'lttshnr.- . Hattorlvs : Uumburt und
Kchrlvor : llaldwin and Miller.
llrouin H. id u .Simp.
CI.UVILAND : , O. , Mav 23. The poor worl :
of Uavlos and Cuupy In tha box gava the
visitors uu easy victorc today. Aitondanco ,
1,401) ) . Wcaihor cool and cloar. Score :
Clovulnnd . o u l l n n o 3 o >
i. Louis . o ; i o 2 : i o o i o
Mils : Cleveland , B ; St. Lei < ls , 8. Errors :
C uvulnnd , & : at Louh. 2. Karnod runs :
Hi. Louis , : L Hittcrlei : Ciinpv. U vlos und
O'Cunnor ; Gluason and Huekluy.
Ntopjieil liy Iliiln ,
Nrw YOIIK , May 211. The Uoston-Now
Yorl- ' game poilponodj wet grounds.
.Mourning II nl ) Colllin ,
Niw : YOIIK. Mav 23. The Hrooltlvns do.
featcd \Vniliinitons ut ICuatern pane
to.lity nftur u well nu.vud nnd exciting gamo.
Tbo playor.s of both teams were crupo on
their loll arim out of rojpjcl to the memory
of "Hub" Coliln * , tbo prominent uuu popu
lar member ot iho Brooklyn team who died
on Saturday night. Attendance , 1,003.
Sioro :
Hrooklyn 0
Washington o 6
HlU : Itiooldyn , Idj Washington,7. Krrorai
llroiiklyn. Si Washln.'liin , 4. K.irnod riin :
Hrooklyn. : Washington , I. Hittorlcs : 1'ad-
duck and Klnslow : Knoll and McUulru ,
Uuul > rr * Coining Again.
HAI.TIMOUK , Md. , May 23.- The Phlludol-
phln club won thu game loJuy by need and
ilinciy balling. Atiund.uicc. l.SiW , Sooro :
Hiltlmriru 0 0 0 l o l o 0 3 5
I'hllidolphla .ft 1 0 1 B
llltn : llaltlliioro , 4 : I'hlliulclnhla. 8. Kr-
rors : llii.tlnioro. T ; I'lilluOolphlu , 2. Karnod
ruiix : I'li.taduluhlu , 'J. Hattorlus : Mciluhon
and Itoblnitini Ki-ufu und
ST.VTK LICAOUi : .
Grnnd Uland 1'rocnuiU ut tha M'liinlnr ;
l'iuStruck l.nnVvfk ,
GiiANii In.tsn , Kob. , May 2.1. [ S pedal
TolcRram 10 Tins Huii.J { Jrand Island put
up a line came npalnsl Kcarnoy's ' Cotton
( Jalhercrs lodny , winning with bunds down.
Ho IT a1 gave iho visitors hut tbrco scratch
hlls. Scovot
lirand Island , . . . . 00 : i 7
KuallU-y . : . OUOOOU200 2
llaHorlcsi lloiroriuul Kuofoi OmUinu nnd
1'our Hasuhltki iiraiull.iiinil.7i Ko.iriiey.U.
htriii'li outi My lloiriir. ; OaHtiino. 4. Kr-
mrdi Uruiid Uliiml , i : Kcaniur , u. Two-bane
hits : stratton , 2. Throo-limu hlta ; Klpp ,
Holler. Tlmut Ono hour und Ufty-llvo mill-
utoi Uinulrut Hurt ,
Fremont Wlm
voNr , Neb. , Mav 23. [ Special Tolo-
to TIIK UEK. | The Plattiuiouth uud
Fremont league teams played a good game of
ball bora today to a modornto crowd , Score :
t'romont „ . 2 0-0 00103 .1-0
Plutlsmonlli. . . . . . . . . 0 01010000-2
llaltorlus : Klmmol and ( Jravor ) Moycrs
nnd Muupln. Umpire : I'ultndr.
Standing nf the Tennis.
WKSTKIIX i.cAiiun.
nt. . P.P. w. fi P.O..MJ
Columbus 20 6 Omaun 1 II .MJ
.Mllftfitikco U n St. 1'aul 7 U
Knn-n City. , 19 10 Minneapolis , , fl 11
Toledo . . 8 1U .111 Indlanapolli. , . 2 10
XAT10.VAI , l.EAni'B.
Iloiton m 7 .741 Iioulsvllln ) ! > 14 .617
llronklyn . . . . 17 9 nil I'lttsburg. . . . . . III 15 .MO
ChlcnKu . . . . . . . 17 19 , (311 Philadelphia. . ii : 15 . .4CIW5
Cincinnati 18 14 Ml Washington. . , IU in , W5
New York 14 U MS 821 .Z7B
Cleveland 15 13 ,5.ltl Ualltmoro G 21
srATK
Ilcatrlco 6 1 .Snil llnstlnK * . . .i n .600
Fremont & 3 ti 5 Plnttimoiitli 4 7 .3111
Urnnd Island. . 0 i .6IM Kcnrnpy . 2 0 .250
Unmix Today.
Western league ! St. Paul nt Omaha , Col
umbus at Toledo , Indianapolis nt Mil-
wnultco. Kansas City nt Minneapolis. Na
tional league : Mow York nt Uosion , Phila
delphia nt Baltimore , Washington nt Brook-
Ivn , Plttshurg nt Chicago , Cincinnati nt
Loulsvlllo , St ; Louis nt Cleveland. State
league : Koarnov nt Grand Island , Plaits-
mctith at Fremont , Uoatrlco at Hustings.
AMONO Till : AMATKUItS.
Lively Oaini1'nt Up by Iho Hoys Who IMny
un tha Cnir.mmis ,
Yesterday tha Columbians convinced the
Pant Juniors that there Is something In a
name. Tbo eagle screamed with frantic Joy
as the wearers of tbo tollsraanto patronymic
clinsed ouch other round the bases , until they
bad produced n combination of which this is
alleged to ho n working plan :
COI.UJIIIIANS. I'AHK .HtNimiS.
All II 1 * A r. All II 1' A R
DnvlJ , rf 700 1 0 Jnckson. c. . . 4 0 7 1 1
" 'Mlcsldc.Sb U 3 2 4 I J. Merrill , If.
II. ( Irottn , Ib U 1 15 0 0 Shelby , Ib. . . 4011 1 2
O'Connor , c. . A 3 6 1 0 Cojr. m 40000
llronn , If. . . . 400 o a Kosslar. p. . .
Hmltli , < . . . . 012 o o K. Merrill. 31) H 0312
II. ( Irotto. m S 1 0 0 u HlmakTrd.rf 40000
Ilushmmi , . ti 1 1 2 o Wclbli , s. . . . a 1 2 5 1
O'DonnulUb b 1 2 1 o Schroocly , 2b. 2 0 3 0 1
Totals M 27 15 I Totals 8J ! l 27 11 7
ecoiu : nv
Columbians 1 II
I'lUkJunum 0 00002000-2
SUMMAHV.
Huns earned : Columbians , 2 ; 1'ark .Junior * , 0.
Tno-lmnublt : tmlth. 'lliroo-baso hilt Wldlosldo.
Hiicrlllco lilln : Hurls. II , ( Irotto , II. ( irotto. Hush ,
iniiii , KvRslnr. Double play : O'Ponnell to H.
( irottc. Ilnsoon bulls : Oil llusbiimn , 1 ; oil Koss-
lar. 4. I'll by ullclicr : llusbman. Stolen Imscs :
Wliltoslde , 2 : It. ( Irotto. 2 : O'Connor , 2 : Ilrown , 2 :
Bmllli , H.drotlc. Muslim , . O'Douncll. 2 ; Miolliy.
Jlerrltt. struck out : liy lliislniinn. < ! by Kesslar ,
( I. Wild pitches : Kcsslar. 1. l'n sert bulls ! O'Con
nor , 0 ; It.iiolln , 0 ; .Inckion. 2 , 'llmo of Katuo :
Onoliourniul llfty minutes. Umplro : O'SIalov.
Down where tbo Nonpareil Juniors nnd the
Cathedrals collided tbo paths" between the
bases are worn knee dooo , as you may well
Imuglno from this score :
BCO1IK 11V 1N.NINOS.
Nonpnrrll Juniors 2 0-14
Cathedral 0-17
KUMjfAKV.
Huns earned : Xonpnrull Juniors , 2 ; Cntliedrnl ,
4. 'Iwo-baso liltsv. : . Murphy , Culoninn , Jloxnn.
Tliroo-baso lilts : Shiumliun. ' Ifuinu run : Tom
Mnnnnnn. Doulilu ] ) lnra : Jlnnngnn to Colcmnn
to Houan. llnsoon linlla : Oil I-cuy : , 2 ; off Dlncen ,
1. lilt by pitcher : lly I.cnry , I. struck urn : lly
lcnry. 4 ; by Dlncon , 7. Wild pitches : lly I.snry. 2 :
by Dlnoen , 1. rusauil bulls : lly Qululnn , 2 ; by
Hliaimhnn , 2. Tlmo of Kamc : Two hours and
llfluen minutes. Uuiplro : T. Lynch.
The Hescrves fell on the West Omnhns
with donaly effect , leaving n record lllto this :
8CO11E 11V 1.V.VINO3.
Hescrvc 0 15
WcstUmahu 3 3023001 0 U
BUMMAHV.
Huns earned : liceorroi , 8 ; West Omnbea , 3. Two-
liaso lilts : Ainout , Nolan , Lyman , McQullan.
Thrce-bnsoultn : Worth , Itoonoy Leggeson. Vctcr-
Bon , Wullls. Homo runs : Strykor. Double plnyn :
btrykc'r tu l.ymnn to Nolan , Lyuian to Nolnn. HUBO
un ball : Ulf Itoonoy , 2 ; ulf SUBO , 4 ; off 1'etcrson. 1.
lilt by pitcher : lly McAullflo. 1 ; by fangc , 4. btruck
out : lly Peterson , 4i MoAulllfc , 1 ; llooney , l ! An
derson , I , 1'asseil balls : lly Sago , 3 : by Simnnlo. I.
Tlmuof itiiiuc : Two hours and fifteen minutes.
Umiilroi : Uoriuun and O'Neal.
Sunday afternoon the South Omaha
Athlottc3 nnd Hathoun's business college nine
crossed bats at Iho former's grounds. The
game resulted In a score of 44 to'J in favor of
the Athletics. The principal foaluro of the
catnovus the homo run , on an extra long hit ,
by Sullivan of the college nlno , which
brought Heralo In from second base and
saved the nlno from n coraploto shutout.
After the game tbo college boys to get even
challenged to run Sullivan against anything
lu South Omaha but nothing cnuld bo found
to run against the kid. Sullivan's homo Is at
North Platte. , Tnoy say that they will have
Jobnnlo Dunn ready Tor him next Sunday
but whether ho will materialize or not. . is
doubtful. Score by Innings :
Athletic 11053331 0--12
Katlihuns U 02000000 2
The P.irk Juniors would Ilko to play any
biuo ball nlno under sixteen years of ace , In
thu stato. Address all challenges to A. Mcr-
rltt , 10.21 ! Park avouuo , O.r.ahn.
The Arcades and Novarsweats plasoa a
panic of ball at the Syndlcoto park grounds
The Novorsweats were dofoatod. Follow-
iiiLIs the score :
Arcades 5 1 IS
Novufiwuats 20800020 2 14
Batteries : Arcades , Spnulon nnd Brown :
N overs weals , S.iffoldor , nndVni < ljiin. lilts ;
Arcades , 12 ; Novcrawoats , 9. Struck out ;
Uy Sprntlcn , 10 ; by Soffeldor , 8.
Tbo Crclghton Hods Uavo organized under
the iiLinagomentof Tom L.OO and will piny
tbo South Omaha Athletic ; on tbo tatter's
grounds iidxt Sunday. Tno following nro
thoGroIuhton plnvou : O'Connor , oatohor ;
Donogun , pitcher ; T. Lee , llrat base ; T.
Fords , second base ; A. J.Smith , shortstop ;
O'Hanlcin , third base ; Welch , right Hold ;
O'Donulcl , loft Hold ; J. Kennedy , center
Hold.
AMONG TIIK COI.I.I.Ura.
Vain Shut rrlncotoii Out In n Very Cli < )
Uitnip * .
Nuw HA vex , Conn. , May 23. Yale today
added another to net- list of victims on tbo
diamond by winning a gumo from Princeton ,
the lllca of which has never holoro been soon
on tbo Yale Hold. It was a glorious game ,
uiarrod only by ono unfortuunto nccldont
imforiiinata for Princeton , but fortunate for
Y&lo. The accident was the run , the only
run scored In the gumo , nnd It was made by
a Ynlo man. Tbo pamo was the closest and
most interesting tlmt has over boon played
on the Yale Held. Not until Captain Mur
phy caught Utimsdcll , the last man , out in
the ninth Inning was the game decided.
Score :
1'rlnceton 0 00000000 0
Yiilo 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 01
lilt * : I'rlncoton. 4 : Yale , 3. Kriors : 1'rlnoo-
tnn. 4 ; Vale. 0. Hattcrlosi llrowu and Young ;
Honor * mid Carter.
PniiAiiii.i'niA : , Pa. , May 2y. The Unlvor-
sitv of Pennsylvania this morning dofoutcd *
tbo University of Michigan t > y a score of 0
to 3. - ' '
KtbTON , Pa. , Mav i'J. The University of
Michigan defeated I.a fay otto this aftoruoon
uy a score of 0 to 0. ?
Do Will's S&rsaparllla U reliable.
In\rii Hportxiiioii III Noatlun.
DBS Moixr.s , la. , May 23. | Specla ) Tulo-
gnuu to TIIK Bin : . | The fifteenth annual
convention nnd toimmmout of the lowaStato
CJaiuu assoclutloii will convene In this city
tomorrow. The annual mooting of the usao-
clailon will bo hold tomorrow evening. Tbo
Highland Gun club will banquet tbu sports
men tomorrow ovoulng , when prominent
sportsinon will make speeches. Owing to
the gun club grounds being lloodod arrange-
inanta have ttion made to hold tbo snoot at
Valley Junction , west of the olty ,
( luuil Cooking.
Is ono of the chief blessings of every home.
To alwuvs Inauro good custards , puddings ,
sauce * , oto. , use ( iall Harden "ICaplo" llraud
Condouiod Milk. Dlrocilona on thn label.
Sold by your procor uud UrugcUt.
LONGSTREET J& ALL RIGHT
Ho Proved His Prowess by Outrunning
Judge Morrow in Fine Style.
KINGSTON WAS tfdWNED WITH EASE
Ho In Hardly In Cloud form Yol llook-
' innknrn Ilonp a Harvest tit St.T.ouU
( Inrllcld KncrTii About BS Usual
Tlpsitur Today.
OitAVKSExn , L. I. , May 23. The mighty
Longstrcot redeemed himself today nnd ho
Is once more occupying llrst place In the nf-
fooilous of the racing world. "Ho nnd Judge
Morrow bad a short but decisive tussle in
the St. Jnmos hotel stalcos at even weights ,
I''O pounds , and Lonpstrcot showed his true
form by running away from the Hrooklyn
handicap winner and boating him by the
n inning post by n good length and
n half. Ton fi.OOO spectators throw their
hats In tbo air ana cheered the great
son of Longfellow. Taralrodo a superb rnco
on the winner , although ho was favored nt
the end by having n weakling In the younger
Covincton on the Judgo. Iho lad could not
help his mount and with a stronger finisher
up Longstrcot would have had R much
harder pass.igo ,
Tbo sport began with the defeat of Kings
ton , who was sent to the post a llttlo ashort
of work for a bruising raco. Tbo brown
borso Is now on edge , hovovcr , nnd It will bo
n , good hor.so that can bout him from now on.
weather ivos perfect nnd the track In fairly
good condition. Its top dressing was wet ,
but the bottom perfectly solid und this latter
faut explains Longatrcot's good race.
First race , ono mlle : Looua Well (0 ( to 5) )
won , Kingston (3 ( lo 1) ) second , Xatnnost (40 ( lo I )
third. Tlmo : 1:403 : ; .
Second race , one mlle nnd a furlongsHollo-
vuo (4 ( to 1) ) won , Oeorso W , (7 ( to 2) ) second. Cast
away II. (0 ( to 2) ) third. Tlmo : Is.WVi.
Third race , live furlongs : Merriment (7 ( to ! > )
won , Morollo fl toll ) second , Lawless lB to 1) )
third. Tlmo ; lo : U.
Fourth , the St. Jiunos Hotel stakes , ono mlle
and u ciuurior : Lonustreot. iSil ( Tural ) . U to 0 ,
passed Jtidiro Morrow In iho last furlong under
the whip and won In a drive by u Ictuth and
a half. .liulRo Morrow. iJii'CovliiBlon ( ) . n to .
nocoiul by iwonly lengths. Kacoliuiu. 120
( McIiiiiiRhlln ) . a to I. third. Lamplighter was
withdrawn. Time : ' 'Mi.
Fifth rit 'c , one mile and slxtccnlli : Toniplo
(7 ( loll won In u gallop by Ilvo lengths , Julio
(5 ( to 1) ) second , Tom Tough (8 ( to 5) ) third , 'llmo :
Hl\ih race , ono mlle : Now or Never (5 ( to 1) )
won. St. James ( 'JO to i ) second , Count (10 ( to 1) )
third. Time : l:4US : .
Hoiivy Track ut JLittunln.
CINCINNATI , O. , May 2a. It was showery
today at Latonla , and the attendance was
consequently not very largo. Tbo track was
still very heavy and unusually poor tlmo
was mado. There were no lone shot winners
today , though only two strong favorites won.
Tom Darling In the second race at 0 to 5 ran
last all the way. In the fourth BrlUon , on
Lillian Lindsay , should have como in second ,
but stopped rldlne about half a furlong from
the wire , and old Pepnor , coming up with n
rush , snatched tbo place , The last race was
the most exciting of ' the day. Sir Charles
was well In the lead'till within a row Jumps
of the wire , when Woll.Uscd-and Belle Carter -
tor ( .hot forward , botjh , passing Sir Char'os
and finishing heads apart in the ordornnmed.
First race , sidling , purse for S-year olds and
upwards that have nol won since April 10. six
fur oiigs : Orvlllo ( Iirto3) won , Lconllos (15 ( to
I ] second. Nipper third. Time : l:24lf. :
Second race sulllnz ; purse for a-year-olds
and upwards , seven fymontis : Hod I'rincn ( SJ4
to 1) ) won. ( Jnptnln Uruno (0 ( to 1) ) second , En-
guiilu fJ to 1) ) third. Time ; 1 : : i" - ' - . - > .
Third nice , purse for .J-your-olds. nlnn-slx-
tccnthscf a mile : LooUont (1 ( to 3) ) won , I-ay S
bcccnd , Midway tlilrdIMino : r.Oiy.
Fourth ruce , purse for y-yoar-ods ! and no-
wards , ono mlle : The Iforo C'.y to 1) ) won. Old
Popper (4 ( to I ) socond.MIIlun Lln'Uuy (4 ( to 1) )
third. Nlmo : 1:5. : ' . f * ' '
Fifth race , purs ? fop , maidens 3 years old
and upward , thlrteon-slxloonths of u mlle :
Well Usort (3J ( { , to 1) ) won.-Hollo Carter ( I to 1) )
second , Sir Charles fJ to 1) ) third. Time : I:3'i
llooklc * ' Oay.at'jit. I.ouU ,
ST. Louis , Mo.JViay -U3..t-'A. well filled
card of six ovpnts-\faT"doeIdeil oft a track
which was favorable for,1 good tlmo , but as
none of the winners 'woro crowded , no sensa
tional dovcloomonts. Only two favorites
landed tbo money , and'the bookies Kept the
bulk of the money they handled during the
aftornoou. Irene H. , who won the fourth
race , wss disqualified because she was ineligible -
eligible , and tbo purse was given to Anna
Unco , who finished second. All bets were
paid before this fact was known.
First race , six furlongs : Lucille Manotto
(7 ( to 1) ) won.Condor (10 ( to 1) ) second , Jim Whit
( . - to 1) ) third. Tlmo : 117. !
Second race , for U'-yoar-olds , four and one-
half furlongs : Jack Kearney W to 1) ) won ,
\Vhltohoad (7 ( to 1) ) second , Mr. Uarnoa ( U to 1) )
third. Tlmo : M.
Third raco. six and one-half furlongs :
1'hlloru (7 ( to Dwon. Uuldo(7to ( II second , In
nocence (8 ( to 1) ) third. Time : 1:82. :
Fourth race , selling , seven furlongs : Irnno
H (5 ( to 2) ) won , Anna Race (12 ( to 1) ) second ,
\Vhlttler(10tolthlrd. ( ) Tlmo : lW. :
Fifth race , six furlongs : Minnie Coo ( G to 1) )
won. Italia (7 ( to St soi-oud , Nellie 1'oarl (10 ( to 1) )
third. Tlmo : 1I5 .
Sixth race , one mlle : Oonnlo Uyrd ( oven )
won , Jucartha (10 ( to I ) sncond , Hoodlum ( i to
1) ) third. Tlmo : 1:4415. :
- - Ashluml's Driving Park.
ASIILAXD , NOD. , May 23. [ Spoool ; to THE
BBU. | There has been organized in this city
a driving park association which has pur-
nhasod thirty-five acres of laud adjoining the
town and lalit out a beautiful paric and
track. It is located upon both Salt creek and
the Wnlioo and boat houses will bo built ,
making beautiful boating and diving for the
pleasure soakers of this section of the coun
try. The association Is composed of repre
sentative business mon of Ashland and In
corporated with a suniclont capital to inauro
success. Work is being pushed upon the
track , that racing may bo enjoyed by tbo
Fourth of July. _
( jarllcld deling Strong.
CiiiCAQO , III. , May 23. Oarflold track
races :
First race , one-half mile : Polly Prlmstono
first , Francis I'opu .second , Johnny Camubull
thltd. Time : OV * .
Second rucu. llve-olghtha mlle : Agglo H llrst ,
Salvation second , Lady lllaokburn third ,
Tlmo : 1:10.
Third raep. one and ono-slxiconth miles :
I'uzan lli-bt. Don Ton second , liluo Uannur
third. Tlmo : ljSJ5 .
Fourth nice , ono and ono-olnhth miles :
Robin Hood llrst. 1'rolllvato souond , Undo
Frank thltd. Tlino'M1. : ' .
! If tli race , throo-fimrths mlle : Hilly Plnkor-
toii llrst. .Morse second , Livingston third. ,
Tlmo : ItSlM. _
Tlpa for Today.
Following are the good things offered by
the cards for the tracks mentioned ;
lWOOKr.Y.Y/
1 , I ndlzo Warsaw. <
2. Hamiuot Masterlodo.
. Mlnuohiiha 1'roolda. ,
4. Oharado lloau Hrumi ol.
0. Trinity Stouowaij. * t'
0. St. Murlc-SIr Artlftr.
UIIICAQO.
1. Mttlo Ilnck Colo.
U I'ullsudo Woodpookor ,
: i I ' ' 111 atOa. m.
t. Kdlth llolmont Cnlumbla.
D. Uobln Hood Gendarme ) ,
Dr.Dlrnoy's Catarrh I'owdor cures catarrh.
For Hulo by all druggUti. 5u conU ,
Coinpiirnd with the .Sun.
OMAHA , May 23. To the Editor of TIIK
IlKiIn : HUhou Fostor'ji ermon , which was
publUhod In TIIK llKKTMDii lay ( today ) , liu Is
cjuotod as siiylnf Unit Big i mi Is liOUiiuu : times
as largo as the oarthaerlh irdur to ducldo a
dispute will you kluJfly a vuo me , through
tin ) Tuesday mornliif ; ullti u , If thoHO dxurus
are correut and who 14 tin authority oh the
subject , and oblige , f\ \ A JtKAUUlU
lllUhop Foster was probably speaking In
general torms. As near as can bo calculated
the equatorial diameter of tbu sun Is tJ.VJ,000
miles ; that of thooartU Is 7U2U.r Taking tbo
earth as a unit of volume , or 1 , tbo
volume of the nun Is l,24U,2S.'i ; taking
the mass of the sun UK the unit , or I , that of
the earth Is oDO-tbrco-hundred-and-twenty-
thousandth ; taking the parth again as the
unit of donslty , or 1 , the ddanlty of the sun
is U.'J.'A The bldcroal rotation of tbo earth
Is accomplished In twonty-throo bouri ,
llfty-slx lali.utcs and four uccoudj ; that of
the sun is completed lu twcnty-llvo duys.
In oamparlng the relative sizes of
members of the planetary system , U u
customary to rotor to tbo volume ,
by which term U meant the space occupied.
You will tiolo that Hljuop Foster's round
numbers were onlv a llttlo larger than tbo
acourato figures , Tbo lorm mass bus direct
reference to tbo weight , density relates to
the relative solidity of the body , Itis dlfllcult
to chooio from the llt of omluoat oitrouo-
You've Read About It
But you don't know about it until you have sent a trial mail order , or
have personally inspected
The Mammoth Stock of
'
Clothing , " ;
Hats Goods
, Furnishing , \
Trunks , Valises _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ j , _ etc. , .A ; v.
Now Being Sold Out by
Hellman's Administrator.
You will find these to | be genuine bargains , such as you never-
dreamed of in your life. The stock is so immense and the styles so
varied ) whether you want a business suit , dress suit , a coat and vest , a
pair of pants , a collar or necktie that you must certainly be pleased.
4 Suit Leaders 4
All the $7.50 suits are put in All the choice business suits
one lot and sro at . / c ) that now used to goforgiSare $9.50
All the $12.00 suits good Just as Fine a suit as you
enough for you go at can get anywhere for $20 $14.50
to $25 goes for
Itis impossible to mention everything"that you can buy here at the
same proportionate price. All we can do is to try to. impress upon you
that nowhere on earth will you find the equal of the bargains you get at
Hellman's Administrator's
Closing Sale.
And you must do the rest.
At the Same Old Stand on the Corner of 13th and Farnam Omaha.
IVK
Female
WcaKness ,
Catarrb ,
Rlicumatisni ,
g. AND AM.
"
"Chronic ,
Nervous an !
Private
Diseases.
Drs. Searles and Searles
Acunowlodgcd to bo the most successful spe
cialists In all I'nivATi' HLOOU , Nuuvous , SKIN
ANI > UlllNAllV DlSKASES.
Oonorrhwa in from 3 to 0 days. Syphilis
cured without Mercury.
( V1TAMTV WKAK ) , Made so by too close appli
cation 10 business or ntudy : severe mental strainer
or Krlofi 8BXUAL I3XCKSSUS In rolddlo life , or
vicious habits contracted In youth.
WKAK MBK AHH VICTIMS TO NEHVOUS DB-
DIL1TV or KXIIAUBTION , WASTING WBAKKKbS
INVOI.U.NTAUYLOS3I58 with BAULY UKCAY In
YOUNO nnd MIDDLK AGKI ) ; lack of Tim. vigor.
and strength , with sorual oruans ImpalrcJ and
weokoncnocl cronmturoly In Biiproaclilni ? old axe. i
WI1KN WK SAY CU11H Wo opoak from kuow-
IctlBO of 1'KKMANBNT IlKSULTS In many eatos
treated and cured In past twelve years.
I'lTiKS. FISTULA AND HKirfAL UI.CKI13 cured
without pain or detention from business.
IIYDHOCKLB AND VAHICOCBLK penuniiBtitly
and successfully cured.
8TH1CTUUK permanently cured , removal complete -
pleto , without cuttlnR , cnuslle or dilatation , turo
allected at homo by patient without a moment *
pain or annoyance. Consultation free. Cull on or
address with stamp
Drs. Scailcs & Scaflcs.
mow o nome to bo cltod as 'Eautborliy. "
Any text boot : on the science will glvo you
moro detailed Information on the elementary
facts here sot forth , and you may rcaally
accept the statements of flRuros as accurate.
A knowledge of mathematics especially
trigonometry will old you. although it is
not essential that you should bo profound
In the ocionco. You 'will ' flnd oven a super
ficial study of astronomy fascinating , and n
delightful way of spondlng portions of the
warm , starry nights of summer. In fact ,
nothing rurntshos such excellent gymnastic
exorcise for the mind as astronomy , and a
slight acquaintance with the beautiful gems
that , dot the firmament will always prove
grateful. ]
Thirty vears ago Isaac Cook started the
colobratcd'lmporlal Champagne. Tnoy now
make 10,000 bottles o day. It's extra dry.
AKWH Otf lVMr.KrtO.ir.
DoinuHtlr , .
Portland , Oro. , has suffered from a disas
trous lire.
The National Millers association will moot
today at OhloaRo , 111.
-T. P. Mooks ol Philadelphia , Piu , n. gnost of
iho Palmer house In OlilonKO , was discovered
to bo 111 with smallpox. Ho has been removed
to the post houso.
Trunk I'lUpatrlok. who killed a man named
Karly during a drunken brawl ono night lust
September , will bo haiisod In the Jail yard ut
I'ltlsburg , I'a. , at 1) ) o'clock this mornlni ? .
The Oftoonlh and last gnmo of the chess
matali was played at Now York yostorday.
bhowaltor lost the game by a blunder. Inul
scoroi Llpschutz , 7 | Showaltor. li drawn. 7.
The rather sensational suit of Qoor o Iur-
kee und other heirs of Oharloa llurlioo ucnlnst
Kranklln Head , the mllllonalro inuniifaiauror
and clubman of Ohloago. lias boon dismissed
by Judge Qrosliain for want of cijulty.
J , M. Hold , n colored initn. who was some
tlnioigo ujectod from Hharp ft Co.'s pool
room In UovltiBton. ICy. . because ho wus a
colored man. brou htsult fordaiuagos uudor
thu olvll rights law , demand nt 13.0W. At thu
trial the Jury found for the defendants.
The body of a MoKlroy , a Cleveland. O. .
contractor. ha boon found In loko'noar
fJeoimiiiowooV WIs. Ho Is thought to have
bioii iiiurdorod. aiul Mary Wlndorstoln. alias
lorVtoln. has boon arrcslod on BUS-
Muit II oo '
plSlo'i ol 'knowing somelhlnj about bis death.
Vnrclgm
Thowrookof the llrar. ! ! ! " " war ship Sallnolos
Is oniolttlly connrmod. The vessel was too
oloto to the nhoro and struck BOIIIB submoracd
rooks.
The nrofootof police of 1'arh ays helms
hoard nothing of the reported nrtost of
Thomai O'llrlun , the notorious American
bunco utooror ,
The Urur.lllan Rovornmont denies through
Its ministers the report which has been put
In circulation to thuulfoct that a revolution
U In projjrosaln thoititi of Hlo Urundo do
fiul.
fiul.U
U out of order , use Uoocuaiu'i Pllli.
TUB SHORTEST LINE TO CHICAGO
is via the Chicago , Milwaukee
& St Paul R'y , as represented
on thiV map ; ' ' '
Electric Lighted , Steam Heat
ed Yestibuled trains leave
Omaha daily at 6o : p.fcm. . , ar
riving at Chicago at 9130 a. m.
City Ticket Office : 1501 Far
nam St. , Omaha.
F. A. NASH , Gen'l Agent
C. C. LINCOLN , Pass. Agent.
. 1'OU STKA..M HEATIMO-Uo-
PKO.OSALH
piirtiiicnt of the Interior , olllco of Indian
nttnlrs , Washington. U. O. . May U , 18'JJ. Ponied
proposals , endorsed "Proposals for Stonm
HoiitliiK , " nnd ndilrosjod to the Commissioner
of Indian Alfalra. Washington. I ) . U. , will I ) o
received at this olllco until 1 o'clock p. m. of
Monday , Juno 0. 18112. for the ( urnlslilns of all
necessary materials nnd labor nnd placing In
position , complete and ready for nso , ono low
pressure return elrculatincsteum hoatlnjt and
vontllntlUR apparatus for the threu Indian
school tmlidlnc.4 ut the Bhoshonu Indlun
aKonoy. Fremont county , Wyo. , the hollers for
said apparatus to ho placed in the basumont
of ono of the building as tho'odloo may direct ,
Plans and olovatlons of the uulldliiKH for the
ciildanco of the bidders In the preparation of
bids may ho examined ut l.ho olllei ) of the
"Hoc" of Omaha. Neb. , the ' Kopuhlloan of
Di-nvor. L'olo. , tie ) "Tribune" of Halt Lake
City , Utah , and ut this olllco. Itlddora are re
quired to accompany their- bids with duslxns
and siioelllcutlonsof the Hto.un ho.itlnir and
vontllatlni ; apparatus proposed to bo fur-
nlbhod , said designs and Hpcolllcutlnnn to ho
adapted to the buildings to which they uru to
bo applied. The right Is rcsorvuil to reject
unv or all bids or any uurt oC any bid If
doomed for the host Interest of the service.
CKRTimui cnr.cicjj.
Eicti : bid must bo accompiinlod by a certified
chock or draft upon some United Ktatos do-
tioiltory or solvent National bank In the
vicinity of the residence nf the bidder , madn
payable lo the order of the commUsionnr of
liulliui ulfulr" , for at loust 0 per cent of the
umoiiiitof the proposal , which check or draft
will bo forfolted to the United States In case
any bidder or bidders receiving an awar.1
shall full to promptly oxocutu a contract , with
I'ood and siimdont sureties , otherwise to ho
returned to the bidder. IHUs accompanied by
cosh In lieu of a eortlllud chock will not bo
considered. For further Information apply to
T. J. MORGAN , Commissioner.
MMUilt _ _ _
NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS.
You are hereby notified that thu following
described promises , to-wlt :
hots H ami 1'J ' of Key's subdlvlson In loto
Uanllol addition : nub lot It of lot 7 , Capitol ad
dition on the south side of Karnum stn < ot and
the east side of U'llh t > tr ot | nut ) lollof lot U ,
Capitol addition , on tl'ii south side of ilurnoy
street botweanHli ( ntrnat and .Mth street ; Hill )
lot H of lot 0. Capltc-l addition , on the side of
Ilarney street between Suit and 'Jlth atreolsj
sub lot IU of lot 0 , UiplUil addition , on tno
doutli sldo of Harnoy street between sain und
JlthHtroots. have boon declared by ordinances
Nos. : iO , ajOfl. : W08 , UOUl an < l aow to ho niilsancos
by roiiHun of the bunkH of uurt h existing there-
" 'YOU ' are hereby directed to abate said .nui .
sances by bloplnt' and crndlnit down the front
portion of the lotS named above so as to j wvoiit
thu fallliiB. wiihtlnir or washlna of earth on
t os Iowa Us udjiicimt thoroio within 15 days
from I ho l lh day of May , I8J-J. orjrild mil-
siin ces will bo abated by the city authorities
and tlio expense tlioroof lovlod as u special
lax uealnst iho property on which said
Chairman of the Hoard of I'ubllu Works.
Notlcu fur llldn.
DKlH will ho roootvod by the city council of
thu city of Hanld Olty , y. 1) . , until U o'clock p.
m. , Juno B , IBDi for the bulldliiK of reservoir
and luyliM of 1U.OOO feet of 10-inch east pipe.
together with furnlshliiK all tha maturlaU
tiuonsaary In their construction according to
plaim andHpeclllcatlons on uloutthooulcoof
thuolty oiiKluoorof the oily of Kaptd City ,
Thoiu bidding on both rosorvolr and pipe line ,
or upon plpo line alonn , must accompany
their bids with certified chock for ono
thouund 01,00 } ) dollars. These bidding on
ruiorvoir alone nuiut uccompaiiy tliolr hldi
with a certified check for two hundred uud
llfty ( tiW ) ilollaru , ohcckH to bo drawn upon
any solvent bank In rlu 1'aul. Mlnneapdlla.
Omaha or Hujilu City , nnd to bo returned to
unsucoesiful bidder * on the day of opening
proposals. IIUIs eluill bo onolosud in plain un ,
volopus and shall Imro plulnly written there-
oni Hid for Ktmorvolr. or I'lpo lluu or bid for
both Kosorvolr or I'lpo lino. a the cnBu may
bo. The city council ruiervcs the right to ro-
blu- -
, jukota ,
Dated ftt lUpldClty , liny JT. lMe-Mi83jUM
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PERMANENT SIDEWALK RESO
LUTION.
Council Chamber. Omaha. Neb , May n. 1831
Bo It resolved by the Olty Council of the City
of Omaha , the Mayor concurring :
That permanent sidewalks bo constructed la
the city of Omaha as deylgnatod below , within
live days after the publication of this resolu
tion , or the por.souul service thereof , as by or-
dlnanco Is authorized and required , sued Hide-
walks to bo laid to the permanent grade as es
tablished on the paved mrcots spocltlod herein
und tobo constructed of stoao or arllllclal Rton
according to specifications on lllo lu Iho olllct
of the Hoard of 1'nbllo Works , an ! under 113
supervision , to-wlt :
West sldo of Kith St. . lots 3 and 4. bloolc C ,
Kauntzo & Ruth's addition , permanent grade ,
8 foot wlilo.
West side of 10th st. lots 7. 8 and 0 , block G ,
Kounl70& Ituth's addition , permanent grade ,
14 foot wldo.
West side of IGthst. lot 13 nnd n ! J of lot 14 ,
blooK 0. ICountzo & Hntli'.s addition , permanent -
nent grade , II foot wldo.
West sldo of Mth st. , Intsl to 21 Inolitslve ,
block 9 , ICountzo'H 'Id addition , pormanonl
pnulo , 20 foot wide.
Went sldo of Kith St. , lots 1 to0 Inclusive ,
block 12 , Kountzo'sU'l addition.
Kast sldo of 11th st , , lot 5 , block 101 , oity.por-
munent Kr.ulo , 10 foot wldo.
North side of Jackson St. , lots 5 und 0 , block
IC4 , city , permanent sr.uleI loot wldo.
West sldo of 2Jthst. , lots , block 203JS , city ,
permanent grade. ( cot wide.
I-.astsldoof ' 'Jthst. , lot B , block ZJIW , city ,
permanent grade , U foot wldo.
West sldo of Mlh ht. , lot 8 , block 205K. olty.
permanent snide. 0 foot wide.
Kast sldo of 20lh Ht. lotfl , block 201 H. city ,
permanent Rr.ide. 0 foot , wide.
West side of 2Jthst. lot I , block 211 ! ' , . city ,
permanent grado. (1 ( foot wldo. . . .
South sldo of Davenport st. , lots 1,2 nnd 3 ,
block 77 , city , permanent ijrailo. 0 foot wldo.
North aide of Chicago st , Iols7 and 8 , block
43 , olty. permanent grndo , 0 feet wide.
South sldo of UhlciiK' ' > : st. . lots 2 and 3 , block
5U. oltv. pornianont grade. 0 foot wldo.
West flldo of'.Mill M. . HIM foot Ufa U of 1 of lot
0 , Capitol addition , permanent grade. 8 feet
% 5iU : sldo of Mth St. . lots I nnd.r , block 111 ,
city. ! iermunenlTadc , U foot wide.
North sldo of Duvonpuil St. . lots . and S
block 30 , city , permanent ( 'rude , n foul wldo.
KastHliJoof sjth ht. , lot I. block 2lWi , elly ,
purmiinontKrudo.U foot wide. , , . , , , ,
West sldo of I'Jth st. . lot.1. . block 212(5 ( , clly ,
pormaiienl grade , II feet wldo.
Kast Hide of lUth st. Iot4. blnck-l.l ! ! { . oily ,
permanent grade , o foot wide.
Kast side of 17th hi. . 11 ' / of s VS of lot 8. bloult
50. city , permanent if null1. G foot wldo.
East Hldo of 17th Ht , lots 1 mid 5 , block 10 ,
city , permanent crude , U foot wldo.
Kast side of 17th t. lots 4 and B , block .1.1 ,
cltv , permanent Kraflo. G foot wldo.
Uiist sldo of 17th Ht. lots , block lt)7 ) , eity.cor-
iniintirrudo , 0 foot wldo. .
, ,
,011 i u. >
West Hldo of 18th t , lots 1 and 8 , block 112 ,
cltv. pi'rmiinont irrailo , 10 foot wldo.
Kast. side of 17th st. lot 4. block 1U. clly.por-
mununt itrado , ' 'a foot wldo. . _ . . .
Norlh sldo or Harnoy st , lots 5. 0 and T.blocU
jaw , cltv. pormumint crado. 12 foot wldo.
'And bull further resolved.
That the Hoard of 1'iibllo Works bo , and U
herouy authorized und directed to cause copy
of this resolution to bo published In the ollclal
paper of the city for ono ween , or uo Htrved on
tliuowiiers of utd lotH. amitb.it . unlesH mich
ownoriii shall within llvo days utter the nubllca-
lion or service of suca copy construct Bald
sldowalks an boroln romitreu' , that tlio lloard
to be none , tlio
of I'nbllo Workscauso iliemimo
MSI" ? constructing Bild Hldowalks reM'Bctlvo-
ly to bo uHness d aualnst the real OHtutu , lot
oi-p-H'tot lot in front of and ubuttlnKHUob
Hldewulk ' ' I/AVlr3 ,
I'assedMava. 18W. Tresldcnt of Council
? : , Olty Clerk.
S. Mayor.
NOT1UK Til CONKrU'JCT SlIIKWAI.K.
To the owners of Iho loU , parts of lots and
real oslato described In the nuovo resolution !
Vou and ouch of you am hereby notltled to
construct permanent sldowalks as required by
u resolution ot the city Council and .tiavor ( if
the City of Omaha , tf * * *
Chairman Hoard of I'ublloVorlcs. .
Oniitlm , Neb. . May It ) , 1BW.
tnlHdit
NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNKHS.
You iuo hereby notlflod that the followliiu
described premises , to wits
l.otslliJandy ! .liiJ. I. Itedlck's aililltjon
have boon declared by ordinance No. JuOi to
bo a nulnanco by reason of thu banlu of oiirth
0l0Vi'rohorro0hy ' directed to abate .aid mil-
sanco by grading down Bald bunks to about
tholovolof thii Hiirroiindln-i Btrcets.su u lo
Druvunt the falling or wanning of earth from
saunolH ui"n ) thoSldewalks udlacont t lorKa
within thirty dnys from the 14th day ( if M .y.
' will bo alnt d by tl.ij
? ody autliorltloB u poclal und tax the against oxpoiiBu the pioporly thoruof le cu -
which said nuUanco existi.
Dated tbUV
Chulrman of the
I rope i | pif r Turk JIuuiU ,
Benlod bids , marliort propoiials for Park
Him s will borccoivod uu MI W .o'clock noon ,
if "l o2aili day of May. If/ . ' , for the
I10JOOO.iW 23 year a pur cent , 1'ark Iloiidn ot
thnolty of Unittlm , Nou.
Faoh bid muvt stale price and amount
nouiiht for and Include aeurubd Intoroit t
datoof delivery utOmuhB , Hob.
Tbu right to reject any and all bltUU re-
orvod. Ilh. < iHV IHJI/ljN.
wWlfllia OHTrcmuror