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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : TUESDAY , JULY 5 , 1892-TWELYE PAGES.
BY COLLOPY'S ' SMART PLAY
Omaha Loses a Qamo Throtigh tbo Third
Baseman's ' Brilliancy.
HE HAD A GOOD CHANCE AND LOST IT
liidlntmpnlU the Only TciimTliut Snccrcded
X In TnlilnirTuo Straight III the Writ *
cm l.lvuly LruRUclinnet State
l.eueno anil Amateurs ,
Morning < Samr .
Toledo , 4 ; Omaha , 1.
Indianapolis , . ) ; Milwaukee , 1.
Columbus , 5 ; Kansas City , 4.
Minneapolis , 10 ; Port Wayne , 9.
Alturnnontiitiiic * .
Otnalio , 10 ; Toledo , 3.
Indianapolis , S ; Milwaukee , 0.
Knnsni City , 3 ; Columbus , 3.
Fort Wnyno , 7 ; Minneapolis , 5.
the usual Fourth of
July custom , Oma
ha nnd Toledo
played two games
of ball yesterday ,
both in the nftoi-
They broke oven.
The day was nn
Ideal ono for out
door sport , nnd a
crowd of 5,000 poo-
pie , more or loss ,
assembled nt Sportsman's pare to see the
fun. Ami there was lots of it.
Thomas Ollbett VlcUcry did ttia rotating
for th3 Whlto Sox In the ilrst pamo , nnd
while I am loth to admit it , ho wasn't qulto
up lo his usual excellent standard.
The Frott Merchants inado ton hits oft of
hiiL , but dcsplto this fact would not have
won tno game had It not bnvo boon for a
bluckheaded play by Colllcky.
This is how It was.
In the eighth inning the Parson led oft
with a bit , but on Campion's hit to Ilenglo
ho was thrown out to second. Darling fol
lowed with a hit , which put Camp on
second , and things began to look ominous.
Nichol bit n high ono tin to Collopy. nnd
Instead of nailing and cinching tbo' second
out , ho ( rot gay , let it fall purposely to Ihe
ground In order to make a double , but in
stead of a double bo made a horrible mess
Ho caucht neither man , but worse , allowed
ouo to scoro.
After his failure to accomplish too much ,
ho made nn effort to toss out Campion run
ning to third and made a blunder of this too ,
the ball getting away from Sbelbeck , and
Camp ran in nnd Darling down to third.
lie , too , ocored d moment later on n passed
ball nnd Nichol was driven in on Ncwcll's
That won the game , as the Tolcdos had
nlroady made ono tally In the third.
Dewnld's pitching was magnificent. The
BCOIIU IIV 1NMNQ3.
Oiniiha 0 1
Toledo 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 * 4
Huns earned : None. Threo-biso lilts : Vlck-
ory , Newell. Stolen buses : llewald , Nlcbol-
HOII. Campion. llises : on bulls : OIT Vlekory ,
i. ' ; oil llewald , 5. Left on bases : Omaha , 3 :
Toledo , 5. Struck out : Hy Vlekery , I : by
Dewald , I. Pussod 'jails : lly llu.ve-- I. Tlnio
ofKanio : One hour and twenty-llvo minutes.
Umpliu : Serad.
ThU Ono WH * nlllerent.
The second game was a regular old satur
nalia for Uncle's Hustlers. Uad Clarke was
the source of all Uio trouble. Ho pitched
like an old womnn.
In thofirst , after Shy and Gilks had boon
rotlrcd , ICelly , VIsnor and Howe bit him
safely in succession , ana two oarnca runs
were placed to the good.
After that ho was too oasy. Whenever a
hit was necessary ono of Uncle's chcruos
would step up and make It , and after nine
full Innings had been reeled off , tbo bulletin
board showed ton runs tor Ouiaha and tnreo
Fnrinor Visnor , who Is playing the garno
out of sight , pasted Dad for two singles , a
double nnd a tiomor , wlnlo Gllks got In ono
for three cushions and two moro for ono
npicco. Uncle , too , pot n double , and Gov
ernor Hayes ouo for thrco and n single.
U was u trrcat lambasting , and the big
ciowd enjoyed it hugely.
The score :
scout : nv INMMIS.
, -Omaha , 'J 0 0 0 1 0 3 0 4 10
Toledo 0 0 1 U 2 0 0 0 0 3
Karnrd rim * : Omaha. 7 ; Toledo , I. Two-
Inisu ( ills : luiily. 'I'lirco-biuc hits ; Campion ,
( IllhS , Hayes , llnr oy. Home tun * : Mclioi-
HOII. \ Iki.er. Uoiil hi plays : llenule. bholueek ,
lto e. liases on Imlli , : Uir Uiuliy. . ' . 1eft on
bun' . tlmiihi' , h ; Toledo , 4. Ill'i Ly pitcher :
lly Daiby , L'i by t'lnrko , I. Slruek out : lly
Darby , u ; by Cl.uke , 4. I'.is.ed balls : lly
Hurley , i. 'llmoof KUIIIU : Two hours. Uni-
plro : ceraO.
CoMliojs Couldn't lilt.
KASMH CITV , Mo. , July 4.In tbo morning
Knmo Kuium city could not bit the ball
until iba ninth inning , and then only hard
enough to catnfj within lantalfzlni ; nearness
of victory. Captuln Campau of Columbus
\yasputoutnf tbo ccmo for insulting the
I umnlro in the first Inning , Junlzcn tooK bis
V plai-o and won the gumo ny knocking a homo
ran with two meu on basiM. Score :
i nv I.N.NINOS.
Jmi > u < lly 0 OIC00003-4
rluluiubut 0 U 0 1 U 0 0 U S i
HIIIU I'arnt'd , Abbiiy.t. lloiup rum : Junlnen.
Juul > 1v ! > l j > . O'liuurkotii .Mftlellnn. linnet on
lall " i ftllullorB , ii Muvuiikun , 4 ! < leluli t > u e ;
Minnliitc. ' > , Mctlvlliu. 111 ! by iillchcr ;
\ \ l li. llrri-kvnrlilKu. Miuck outi lly K lelluric.
6 ; li * Mutfim. 4 I'UMvil liall. . lly | .uku. Wtlil
liu-he | - lly Kllrljuri ; , It byteven , j , Tiru or
imiuv. Two liour. . Utuilto | : lluker.
Took U I'Tom t'liuuen ,
1CAN A8 CITV , Mo. , July 4. The Bluest
* nulled out the olturnooii came In Ibo ninth by
t A 'jurd ' bitting. O'Dayvu hit by a butted
bull In Iho first innlni ? and rottrod In favor
of Clausen , who pitched In line form. Payne
also pitched n cooil Rime. Weather pleas
ant. Attendance.1,000. Score :
Knn-n * Cltr 0 2 3
Columbus 200UUOOOU 2
HI' JIM AIIV.
lluii ! cnrni'il : Knnin * City. I. Two-bnee hltn :
Jnnticn. Tlirrp-base lilt * : Ilicrti , Anilriis , I'oublo
Ipnrs : O'llourkoto nri-ckcnrlclcc : O'ltourkp tu MP-
C'lell/m tn llrcckcnrlrtue ; Alibojr tn Jnntipn. lln'oon
tmlls : utll'njnp.lt t'lmnpn.5. stolen lni3 < : ( 'ornpy ,
Mnrcr. Alberts , 1'ojrno. 2. lilt by liltchcr : Sunday ,
I.nko , t.nllr. Unickuiit : Uy I'nyne.Si by Clausen ,
4 , raised balls : l.nka , li Jnnin-n , I. 'lima of
unnioi Two hours mid twenty minutes , t'ruulro :
lliiril HltllnR H.iveil 'Kin.
AllXNEAroMs , Minn. , , Tulv4. In splto of
counties ! ) errors Minneapolis won tbo tnorn-
in ; Ramo with \Vaynobysuperiorbat- -
tlnjr , making two homo runs , four doubles
and nlno slnclos. Score :
SCOIIK IIV INXINIiS.
Minneapolis . 0 10
FortWaynu 0 0 1 2 0 0 3 3 0 U
Huns enrnoil : MlnnoupolK 5 ; fort Wnyno , S'
Two-bHuo hits : Cnrroll , Newiimn. Mot * , Smith'
West , llollnnd. i-tilclllle. Homo num : Knt , Mim"
yon. 1'nsu on balls : oir Krunro. 2 : oil Wnilswortli'
' - ' . Hit by pltrher : lly Wniliwortli. Mruck out :
lly I'rnncp , li \Viul-worth. . 5. l'n * cil bnlls : lly
Miinyun , I. Wllil purlieu : lly Krnnci ) , 1. Time : two
hours. Umpire : fnyilur.
l-il-l \\nynn Took thu .Second.
MiN.vn.U'Ot.is , Minn. , . .luly . In the after
noon Ramo , Ea.iton's wildncss In the Usrt
two Innings lust , tbo cnmo for Minneapolis.
Attendance , 1,115:2. : Score :
bCOHE IIV IN.MMiN.
.Mlimenpolls 0 fi
Fort Wayne 3 3000010 ' 7
HI ; MM A uv.
rnrnort runs : Mlnm'npolK 1 : Kort Wnyno , 2.
Tnrn-bnsu bits : Slltclllto. Kntz. Ilumo runs : Mot/ ,
( irnhuni. Carroll. Double plays : IniKilalp to Alvonl
to llullnnil : Smith to Holland to Kntr. : i minim-
hnm. Mult'ii buses : DonaRtio. Knlz. Struck uut :
lly KnHton. 5 : by Ciinnlu/hniu. > . 1'ntsui ! bntla :
Siitcllllo. Wild pitches : lly i : ton , 2 : by Ctin-
nliiKli.iin , 1. Tlmu of Knmo : Ono liulir and forty-
llvt ) mlnutus. Umpirerinyder. .
llcioslcrs < ! rilibi't the 1'lrst ,
MILWAUKEE , Wis. , July 4. It was a close
ll ht botwccn the Mlhviiukeo and Iiidlan-
apolis teams thin morning until the eighth
Innlnc , whoa four earned runs were halted
off Keraon. ( Jaylo was very cffectivo , Ham
burg being the only man to hit him safely ,
Milwaukee 0 1
Indianapolis 2 0 0 0 0 4 0 : i * 0
Hits : Milwaukee. 4 : Indianapolis , 7. Errors :
Milwaukee. 3 ; Indianapolis. I.
Anil the TilII Went Ton.
MILWAUKEE , Wis. , July 4. Milwaukee lost
both tames to the ersiwhilo despised tall-
cnaora today. Attendance , 2,000. "Scoro :
bCUUC IIV IXXINQS.
Milwaukee 330000000 0
liutlnnnpolls 2 * 8
Kurncd runs : Milwaukee , i : Indlnnapolls , 4. Two-
bnno hits : Jlclinrr , Twltvhull , Itortt Lrtehur.
* 1 hroo-babc liltK : Ward , Socry. Homo runs : O'Hrlen.
Double pluyn : Itont , Mcnrr ( and Karl ; Herder ,
I.nwrenro nntl O'Urlon : Carpenter. O'llrlun nnd
NiiKlo. Ilnsu on balls : Wnrd. Molcn bnoiWnril ,
Mclinrr. O'lltlvn. 2 ; Carpenter , lilt by pitcher : Uy
Henry , ! ; by llercer , 1. Struck out : lly Sulllvnn ,
1 : by WcldiiPr. 2 : by Ilurroll. 4. Wild pltnlies : liy
Weldncr. Tlmu of Knmo : Two hours and live
mluutos. Umpire : Ktrombcn ; .
NATIONAL MUL'I : .
I.oulsvlllo Vury Iouiily ) Treated by the
LOUISVILLE , Ky. , July 4. ThoiirldCRrooms
defeated the Colonels In the morning game
before a crowd of 2,500 pooolo. Score :
Louisville. . 0 0 o'o 0 0 0 0 0-0
Brooklyn . 0 0 1 0 S 0 0 1 * 4
Hits : Louisville , 4 : Brooklyn , 7. Errors :
LonUvtllo. U ; lirooklyn. 3. Karnod runs :
Brooklyn , 3. Batteries : Vlau and Dowse ;
Stein and Daily.
Brooklyn defeated tbo homo team In the
afternoon gamo. Sanders was touched up
lively in the llrst three Innings and 1'fotTer
put btratton in the box in the fourth. At
tendance , y.700. Score :
I.omsvlllo . o l 4
lirooklyn . 0 3 2 1 0 0 2 0 * 7
lilts : ' Louisville , D : Brooklyn , II. Errors :
Louisville , 4 ; lirooklyn , 1. Kitrned runs :
Louisville. 2 : lirooklyn , 4. Ilatterles : sun
ders , Stratum and Dowse : Haddock and Daly.
Ited * lj\vn the Champs.
CINCINNATI , O. , July 4. Smith's homo run
in the oightti clinched the victory for Cincin
nati. Attendance10,000. . Score :
Cincinnati . 5 0 0 0 0 0 I II 0
lloaton . I 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 T >
Hits : Cincinnati 9. Boston R Errors : Cin
cinnati 4 , Boston 7. Karnod runs : Cincinnati
2. lloiton . ' ' , Batteries : ( Jlianiborlatn nnd
Vaughn ; Nichols and Bennett
Poor plavln ? put tbo Bostons behind In
the early part of the afternoon Ramo , but
they won by hard hilling iii the ninth. At
tendance 11,000. Score :
Cincinnati . 3 0
Boston . U 0 0 U 1 0 4 0 2 7
Hits : Cincinnati , 7 : Boston , 7 , Errors :
Cincinnati , S : Boston , 7. Kurncd runs : Cin
cinnati , 2 ; Boston. 2. llatterlcs : Dwyer.
Chiiinberluln and Vaughn ; btlvotta and lleti-
hplclers Won it Until Wuyi.
Ci.Rvni.4Ni > , O. , July 4. Knoll's wlldno-s
would have defeated tbo WashiURtons had
not the Clovelauds batted out a victory bo-
hides. Score :
Cleveland 00220 1022 0
Washliu-ton 01 2
lilts : Cleveland , 15 ; Wash'npton ' , a Errors :
Cleveland , 0 ; Waslilnstnn. 3. Karnod riiiia :
Clevnlnnd. : \V.islilniton i ; ; , I. llattorles : Cuupy
and /.Inuiier ; Knoll and Mlilxun. |
At the afternoon game Uottgcr pltchod for
the home team. Ho was very wild , giving
seven men baics on Dalls. Attendance , 3,600.
Cleveland 0 3
WiishliiKton 3 0 1 U 0 0 0 0 * 4
lllls : Clovelnnd , 0 : Washington , 7. Errors :
Cluveland , 4 ; Wa.hinuton , 4 , Karnod runs :
Cleveland , 2. llattorles '
: Uottger and O'Con
nor ; Klll'jn nnd McUulro.
( ) rlide Art ) Still Ku.y.
I'lTTsni'iio , Pa , , July 4. Tbo homo team
easily uofu.itoJ. IJaHlmarc. Attendance ,
a.WXJ. Score :
IMMsbur-- 0 23200000 7
llaltlinoro 0 S
Earned runs : I'ltUburir , 4 ; llaltlinoro , I ,
lilts : rittsbnr , ' , Ir llultliiiorn , 7. Errors ;
I'lttsbiirp. 4 ; Haltlmore , 7 , llatterlcs : Ilnld-
w.n nnd Mack ; Mc.Miilion and ( innson ,
In the afternoon gumo Foreman was hit
hard , the PutsbufKi ournlnc all their runs
but one. Attendance 5'JOO. Score ;
llaltlinoro 0 0 0 0 1 U I 1 0 2
lilts ; rlttsburK. 0 ; Baltimore , 4. Errors ;
I'lttbburK , 0 ; Hulttinore. 3. Earned runs ;
riu.slinrx' , 0 ; Baltimore , l , llatturlos : Terry
and Miller ; roreman nnd ( iiinsou ,
Aildlsim Onrii'ns u I'lirher ,
flllliMOO , III , , July 4. Five thou-and noo-
plo wltnossod a very ono sided gamu. The
ulauts poundoj Gutnuort In every direction
und won easily. Score :
Chloaeo. 1 8
New Vork o 3 1 2 0 0 U 5 0
llltsi Chlcutfo , > ; Nuvr Vork. 17. Errors ;
Chicago. 0 : Now Y-.rk. 1. Earned rum ; Chi-
enfo , 1 ; Now York , U llattorle. : Uumliort
and Schrivor ; Kusle Doylu nnd llojrlo ,
Tbo Colts played another errorless garao
thia afternoou and turned tbo Ubltw ou the
Utants. Hatn knpt the attendance down to
5,000. Score :
Chicago. . , . . . 10022023 .T--I2
Now Vork. . . . . . . . . 1 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 03
Eirncil runs : Ch.'oaio. 5 ; Now" York , 4.
Hits : Chicago , 12 ; Nmv York. 7. Kriors :
Now York. 0. Hattcr.es : llutehlnson and
Schrloveri Crane and Doyle.
Itroirns I'lnved the Dude * .
ST. Loviw , Mo. , July 4 , Both loams batted
viciously , but St. LotiU bunchoJ thotr hits
and really won the pamo In the first Inning.
Attendance , 4,000. Sooro :
St. Louis 4 2000nOOd 0
Illti : St. LouK 11 ; Phllndclphla. 10.
Errors : St. Lonl * . - ' ; Phlladolpliln , v. Ktrnod
runs : St. Lonls. 4 ; Philadelphia , 2. llatlor-
lesi Oalvln and lluekley : Keefo and Cro s.
The 1'filllles took this afternoon's game us
easily as they lost tbo morning's. Uloason
was wild and an easy mark for the Phillies ,
Attendance 7,500. Score :
St. Louis 0 1 0000200 3
Philadelphia 10300200 * 0
lilts : St. Loum,4 ; Philadelphia. 0. Errors :
St Louis , 1 ; I'lillii'iolphla. 2. Earned runs ;
St. Louis. 1 ; PhllMdolphla , 3. llattorles :
Ulo'ison. Ilroltunsteln and Uuckloy ; Carsey
r.rand 1'liind Oven n I > oiibl C'oiitotVlilte -
wuih nt llrutrlee.
BDATIHCB , Nob. , July 4. ( Spoclal Telo-
eram to TIIK BEK.J Probably two moro
remarkable ganios were never glaycd In ono
place and the same day than tbo ones with
Grand Island played "hero today. Both
pamoa resulted tn a shut out for the Sugar
13cot ? , although Houruo'5 mon made peed
hit ? and foi errors. Tha lirst game resulted
as follows :
Heatrlco 2 03000 100 0
Urantl Island 000000000 0
Karnod runs : Beatrice , I. Huso lifts : Bo-
atrice. 12 : Ur.mil Isljnd , 10. Two-base lilts :
Kennedy' ' . Kdlncer. Three-base lilts : llolo-
hati2. Krrors : Heatrlco. 3 ; Urnnd Island. : ! ,
llatterlcs : I'arvln and .lames : Summers and
Keady. Time of name : Ono hour and forty
minutes. Uinpiro : Pond.
Second gaino :
Hoatrlco 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 4-S
Grand Island 0 0000000 0 0
Earned runs : Boitrlco ) . IlasohlU ; Heat-
rice , S ; li rand Island , 2. Two b o hits : Holit-
lian , Kennady , llonrkc , Klpi > . Krru : Heat-
rice , 3 ; Urund Island. 4. IlaUorlcs : Slaglo and
Jones. HelTer nnd Heady. Tlnio of same :
One hour and forty-llvo minutes. Umpire :
Took Ono Apleee.
HASTIXOS. Nob. . July 4. ( Special Telegram
to Tun Br.R.J Hastlncs against , Kearney
todaj' . First pamo :
Hiistlnjs 1 0100 0 1 03
Kearney 10000 -0
Second garao :
Hastings 5 1000 0 1 0-12
Kearney l 1040 2 2 0 11
StnndniKut the Train * .
w. i. r.c.
Columbus 3 l Toledo 22 so.o
Indianapolis. . . . 2 1 Kurt Wnyno. . . . 1 2 IU.3
Minneapolis. . . . 2 1 Mllnniikec . . . - " 33.3
Oruaba 2 2 Knnsns C'.ty. . 25.U
W. L. p.c.
ItO tOn 4S 19 71.fi
llrouklyn 4224 III.II
' . . . ' ' . "
I'hlindolpliln. 42 - ) IU.7
( 'level nnd 31 fcO ril.
I'lttsburg 32 3.'i 4T.S
BlATi : I.BAUUE.
W. I. . I'.c. \ \ : L. P.c.
llontrlco 23 ID 7.i.7 Kearnoy. . 1'J 21 47. A
Urund Island. . 25 15 01. b HnatlllK * 1" 21 44.7
AMONG THU AMATKUKS.
Jtnreniia 1'cople Trratud to Two Pretty
RXVEN.VA , Nob. , July 4. [ Special Telegram
to THE BUE.J The Uavonna base ball club
played two games of ball on th'o homo
grounds today. The first game was playoa
with the Pleasanton club , resulting in a score
of 14 to 0 in favor of the Havcnna club. A
live inning gutno was then played with tbo
Loup City club , the crack amateur bas.o ball
club of. central Nebraska , resulting in a complete -
pleto shutout on both sides. Scores :
llaveniiH 0127 4 14
Pleasanton 0 0 0 0 0 0
llavenna 0 0000 0
Lo up City o 000 0 0
Holt , tbo Uavenna pltohor , did magnificent
work In the box. pitching ton consecutive in
nings and shutting out the visitors in both
pames. Ho was ably supported by B. Buck-
ner. catcher. Mullen und Ward , the well
known Loup City battery , also did line work
for tbolr team.
I'retly Game at Denlson.
DENISOX , la. , July 4 ( 'Special to THE
Br.K.J The Hayaous of Omaha defeated the
homo team today in a highly exciting game ,
by the score of 12 to 7. Brodls started to
pitch for the homo team but was given such
a warm reception in the third lulling that
Buruo was substituted. The features of the
game were the battorv work of Snyder
and Dolan , nnd the batting of the viiltors ,
bitting the ball in all directions. A delega
tion from Vail came down and won all the
loose mouoy hotting ou the Havdons. But
ler , their shortstop , carried off the $2. ) purse
offered for the foot raco. Score :
Karned runs : Denlson , 1 ; Hnydons , 4. Two.
hnse liltn : llutler. WlKiiian , Ilrudls. l.'iuoi un
bnlls : oir llrodla. 2 ; llurko , 2 : Snydur , 2. lilt by
Pitched ball : lly Ilrndls , 1 ; by Snyilur. 4. Stolen
buses : Donlaan , 3 ; llnydimi , 6. struck out : lly
Ilrodl9,2 ; llurke , 1 ; Snyder , HI. Umpire : fhurles.
Over a thousand pcoplo wont to Hascull's
park yesterday afternoon , to see the female
base ball aggregation show tbo Nonparicls
how to play the national pamo. They
waited in tbo hot sun for two hours whi'o '
the managers of the affair were ascertain
ing whether every ono on the grounds
had paid for their privilege. It was
nearly D o'clock when the game
was called and everyone was disgusted.
After each nine had succeeded in scoring
sovcn times the game was called a draw. The
females snowed that they could catch a ball
If It was thrown slowly enough and they d'id
not have to stoop for It. They buntoU the
ball to various sections of the diamond nnd
were pood-naiuredly allowed to scoro. The
affair was a farce , but the crowd enjoyed the
novelty and iavo the aggregation fullv as
much applause ns they deserved. '
Lively Came at Cnllotvay.
IviiAHNKV. Nob. , July 4. [ Special Toloiram
to TUB Bun. ] A very interesting game of
ease ball was played today at Galloway. The
Cnlloway team and ICouruoy's second toarn
contested for ten long Innings and Dually re
sulted in a score of 8 to 7 in favor of ivcnr-
noy. The came was won by Black's hit over
first , which secured for the Cotton people a
purse of 50 nnd also about f 150 on the side.
The game was very tatlsfnctorily umpired
und witnessed by a lar o crowd. Score :
Konrnoy 00 1 S
Batteries : Kearney , Black nnd Plckerlni ; ;
Oalluway , Walsh und Courtier. Hits :
Kearney , 5 ; ( Jalloway. 0. Jlnbe.s stolen :
Kearney. 0 ; Galloway , 8 , Time : Onu hour
and fifty-five minutes. Umpire ; MoLaughlin.
I'ontanelle'H 1'lrnt Defeat.
FO.VTAXKU.K , Nob. , July 4. [ Special to
TIIK BK.H. ] The Fontanello boy lost their
t'.rst game of the hcasou to the Fremont team
yesterday at Fremont. Tbo following is the
Fremont . 0
llnltorlca : Fremont , Snyder nnd Palmer ;
rontnriollc. Rook nnd Cook , htriiek out : lly
.Sn/deiU ; by Coolf , II. Time of iramo : Onu
hour and twenty minutes. Umpire : Farc'ur.
PMTTSMOUTII , NOD. , July 4. [ SpeclalTolo-
grain to TIIK BBI.J : The homo team de
feated tbu Council Bluffs boys today Uaforo
u large nnd Joyous crowd. Score :
Plattsmonth A 0 ' 10
Council BlnlTa . . . . 4
Batteries : Knives. Pcrlno and Muupln.
Jolinsoii. TuIIIeld , Hoives und Uadko. Cm-
plru : Du.-dale.
\VIIIILMI.V : : AT HASTINGS.
riehnull , llnltoli unit .Moenutt l.und .11 oat of
HASTI.VOS , Nob. , July 4. [ Special Telegram -
gram to THE UEE.TUa | Nebrasna division
meet of the League of American Wheelmen
was begun in tbu city todujr , tbo races Doing
run this afternoon. The management Is lo
bo congratulated upon tbakmooih "manner In
which all of the various i/arip of the program
In the morning a roaor'raco from , . Jtmlata
to Hastings , six miles , washvon by Kastman
of Omaha , Llttlo second , IC rby third. After
thU a parndo of the wheelmen prcsoulhcadod
by tbo Falrtlcld oand fiii'h'nued a tncAiis of
amusement for n half hour , .
In the afternoon the races at Colo's park
wcro attended by fulT 9,00 : ) people. The
quartor-mllo track , which''U pronounced by
exports to b'j ' the best Ipj the stale , was in
excellent condition nnd very quick time was
n result ,
Ono mllo. novlco safotjd'Won ' by Orlfllth
Tlnio : 2ls i. 1 , i
llalf-inllo safety , opnn : Schnoll first. Hoi-
ton second. Time : 1:1(1. : ( ' '
One mile safety : Stimuli , llrst , Moutofortng
second. Tli.o:5. : . * > .
One mile , ordinary' ' " " ' " by MoeUol , de
fault. . , .
Two-mile safety : Schttoll llrst. Ilollon sec
ond. Time : 0ou. : <
Two-mllo safety , handicap : Qrinith first ,
Schnoll second. Tlino : 6:3.V :
Ono mile , safety , uh'tinplonshlp ' : MocUett
Orst , tfchnoll second. Time : a4 ; y.
Ono-ii'llo safety , 280 ; class : Sclnioll flrst ,
Tom Hon of Chlcaso second.
Special Invitation , llvc-inllo ordinary : Curt
Clark first , Mullhall second. Time : 13:23. :
Two-mllo safety , championship : MocUott
first , tichiiell second. Time : Oslu'S. '
Flve-mliu safety , handicap : Schnoll first ,
Holton second ,
In tbo evening n lantern parade was fol
lowed by fireworks at'tho purls.
Kond IttieltiK ut MCHHC City.
bioux CITY , la. , July 4. [ Special Tele
gram to THE BEK. ] A largo crowd gathered
today to sco the finish of the bicycle race
from Lemnrs to Sioux City , a distance of
twenty-oichi miles. The starters were :
Fred Vorwoick. H. A. Ford , Oliver Har-
stead , Kay Phillip ) nnd .lu'l Lyon. Lyoti
dropped out. Tbo start was mdo from Le
mnrs at two minutes before 7 o'clock this
morning. The race was won by Vorweick
by a long load , arriving at Sr : > 2w. : ; The ex
citing race was for second place between
Phillips and Harstead , who appeared nt the
crest of tbo hill together. Phillips won by
The record Is ns follows : Vorwoick , ar
rived 8:52:32 : 111110 l-3:2s : ; Phillips , nr-
rived 11:13:18 : : tlnio 2:15IS : : ; Harstead , nr-
rived 0:13PJ : tr.'no 2:15:1 : ! ' ; Ford , arrived
9:13:2'J-tittio : 2:15:29. : :
PONCA'S 111(1 KACi : MKnTINU.
Hundreds ol People In the City to U'ltnem
PONCA , Nob. , July 4. [ Special Telegram
to THE Unn. ] The July mooting of the Ponca
Driving and Fair asociation was ushered ill
this moraine with a day such as could hardly
be Improved for the occasion. The weather
was perfect nnd crowds of penplo have been
pouring In from the surrouudmir country
since early in the day. The
11:45 and 12 o'clock trains were
crowded to their utmost capacity ,
carrying u company of perhaps 1,200. The
steamer Rosebud Is expected tills afternoon
bringing 500 more. It is estimated that when
the opening rare started the grounds con
tained 5,000 spectators. The track , owing to
rain Saturday and incessant working since ,
is in excellent condition , free from dust and
well packed , as are also the grounds nnd
streets. The horses entered have all ar
rived and nra thronging tin track ,
making tbo finest display of tlyers over
assembled in this vicinity. Buildings
throughout the city are decorated with Hags ,
festoons and patriotic emblems in honor of
thn day , presenting n scene of gaiety nnd
Today's winners were as follows :
2:29 : trot. Rabin's Councilor , tlmo 2:25 ; 2.10 :
pace , ( iruut Wi'.slvrn , tlme.2il : ! < ; 2:53 : foals of
itOJ trot , Fullerton Hoy. lluu > 2:3Ht-:23. : ! : ! :
The ruces opened with the 2:29 : trot , , T.
Cadwell , the favorite , winning the llrst heat.
When called for thoscqond , beat J. Cadwell
was withdrawn on account of lameness , nnd
Saom's Councilor was awarded lirst position ,
which bo hold throughout the raco. Guy
Sheridan scored forsooonil.money each beat ,
and Maud Fisher won ( bird on tbo llrst throe
In the 2:52 : pace Hichard Joy won the first
two heats with Nigeor Baby neck to neck
taking second. Great Western won the
third , lilth nnd sixth heats and race. Nisr-
per Baby dropped to third leaving Davie B.
The foals of 1SS9 trotopenod with Chester
In the lead , tbo "first heat , but Fullerton
easily took tbo next three nnd the race ,
Chester second and Judge Thurston third.
The 2:23 : trot was postponed at the close
of the fourth heat on account of darkness ,
to be 11 nished tomorrow. The sccro stands
two heats each for Idavan nnd John \V.
Time : 2:21 : - .
The track during tbo opening and closing
races was fast , but owing lo a light rain
about . ' ! o'clock the time for several beats
Mimnioiitli 1'ark Itaees.
MOXMOUTII PAIIK IlAcn TIIACIC , July 4.
Fair weather , a good track and an excellent
program of seven races attracted a crowd of
20.0UO persons to Monmouth Paric this after
noon. It was tbo first day's racing at the
track since 1S90 , Uio Law and Order league's
threat to arrest the bookmakers having kept
the track closed all of last summer. With
now nlood Infused into tne directorate ,
however , the law and order people
were defeated. None of tbo seventy-four
bookmakers wcro molested this afternoon ,
but there may bo trouble tomorrow.
The sport was innuguatod with u crushing
defeat for the talent , Kingston , the 1 to 2
favorite , being defeated by tno S to 1 chance
Correction , n most erratic performer. The
lirst of the four rich events , the Independ
ence stakes , wont to Uidrnu and Daly's crack
2-year-old , St , Michael , after a red hot light
ing finish with Comancho. Both colts
wcro quoted (1 ( to 1 iu the betting. Fitspat-
rick rode tbo winner nnd his victory was duo
entirely to his superiority over Slmrns.
Tournament won the tlrst division of the
Fourth of July handicap after a heartbreak
ing finish with Madstono and Ueckon ,
Tournament led from start to linlsb , netting
such a fast pace that Garrison was
unable to place Montana in the llrst
three. All went out of the Ocean stakes ex
cept Longstrcct and Entro. The former won
easily in u gallop. The western Jockoy.Casslus
Sloan , then gave an exhibition of clever JOCK *
oybhip by winning tbo second division of the
Fourth of July handicap with Marcus Daly's
slashing 3-year-old , Sir Matthuw. " Arab , (4 (
to 5) won the sixth race in clover style and
George Forbes , his owner , was abkod to ex
plain Arab's defeat ntSboopshead Bay. Just
how satisfactory Mr. Forbes' explanation is
will not bo known until the board of control
talks over the mutter.
First race , MX furlonss : Correction ( S to 1) )
won , K n ston U to 1. ) second , Plcknlckor(0 ( tel )
third. Time. Iii ; ! ' , .
Second race , the Independence stakes , six
furlongs : St. Mlelmol tflto D won , Conmichu
(8 ( to 1) ) bccuud , Spartan (13 ( to D ) third. Tlmo ,
Third race , the Fourth of .July handicap ,
onu mile ; llrst division : Tournament ( ito )
won , MadHtono ( S to 1) ) second , Heckon (10 ( to 1) )
third. Tlmo 1:43. '
Fourth race , the Ocojn slales , ono mlle
and an olu'.itli : 1/onjjstroel ( I tel won , Kntru
bci-ond. Time. 2:00. : I ' '
Fifth race , second division < ) f thn Fourth of
July handicap , ono ml u : Sll- Matthew (4 ( lo 1) )
won. Candelabra 17 to 2) ) second , Klldour ( t ) to 5) )
third. Time , 1:43' : : . . _ M _
Sixth race , seven fnrlonx' ? : Arab (4 ( to Si won ,
Fremont (0 ( to 1) ) second , Volunteer ( U to 1) )
third. Time : I:2H : ! . , , . .
Seventh race , flvo anil Tirrn-half furlongs :
I , lulu .Mid'toll ( won , iltiitljt Away i7to'J )
second , Purrlor Jouut p tj 21 third. Time :
1:08 : jj. - _ t ' . mi
Tip * for Tmlily.
In ten races yestordqy U'un BKE landed
cicht winners. Today's pick * nra :
1. Strathmoath Merry Jtlp'uurcli
2. KuRlu Uird-MuIloU I rr"
4 , Itacoland Tournament.
f > . Walcott Yemen. I ' !
C , Wnruaw Muscovite. , o
1. Harry Atikey OlnriH.
i AnicioH ixon lloutltlco.
3. The lloro Homeland.
4. L'arinen Sir Hovys.
D. Uuldo Ilobuy Ituach.
Kiiiuum < ; iljI'rou'ram ,
KANSAS CITV , Mo. Juiy 4. Ton thousand
people suv/ the races today , Wuathor pleas
ant. Track fait.
First r ce , live furlone * ! Sam Jonoi won ,
Jimiiile II. second , lluttle II. third , Tlmo : Iu7.
Second race , NX ! turloiiKiii Beeelier won ,
ArUeji second , llnpny Duy third , Tlmo : 1:2' : .
'I lilrd race , nlno-slxleentli * ( il u mile : Ituho
Burrows won , Helen \Vien second , Ciliost
Duneu third , Tlmo ; I.
Fourth race , ono and ono-clghth miles ,
Fourth of July handicap : Hraroj won , Odetlo
bceond , Carroll Heed third , Tlmu : liia
Fifth race , four lurlou s and tlfiy yards ,
Owners' handicap : Iiiiey Hay xvon , lUuo.llird
second , Gold Dtist third. Tune : :5l.
Sixth race , si * furious : Crab Cider won ,
Locelm second , Mnmle. II thlnl. Tlmo : IslSV.
Seventh race , flro fnrlonusi Kthcl 1'ortuno
won , Adclnldo second , Henry Otvslry third.
Tlino1:00. : .
KUhth rnco. ono mlle and fifty yard , ROII-
tliimon riders : llrueo won , Get There second ,
( J J" third. No tlno.
CIIICAOO. III. , July 4. An enormous crowd ,
numbering fully ! WKH ( ) persons , swarmed
through the gates tit the Washington Park
race course today , nnd they were fairly well
U.iul.for their trip from a linancial it not from
i spoctacdlnr point of view.two red not favor
ites nnd two strongly played second choices
showing first under the wire In n mammoth
card of seven events. The track -vas hea"y
from the recent heavy rains. The scones In
the hottlnp ring were n repetition of these on
I'lrU race , pur o JMO. for maiden 2-yoar-ouK
flvo furlongs : Mlm Snot (7 ( to 1) ) won. Hello
Blackburn \ to ll second , bare Vein | 4 to 1) )
third. Time ; lll : > i.
Second r.ico declared off.
Third race , pnrso ffiiM. for 3-ycar-otds and
upwards , ono mlle : Sir Hovys ( .1 to I ) won. Con-
Unit (8 to.VsoRond , Gilford (12 ( to 1) ) third. Tlino :
Fourth rni'c , the Sheridan stakes , a sweep
stakes. for 3-year-olds , with 11,500 added , ono
mlle and a quarter : Newton (7 ( to 1) ) won.
Olcei-o luvon ) second , X.aldwar (2Vi ( to 1) ) third.
Tlmo : 2H'4- ; :
Fifth nice , purse JSOO for3-year-oldsand up-
wnrds , three-fourths of a mlle heats. First
heat : Uuldn ( oven ) won , Shoshone (5 ( to 2) )
second , Ilig Three (5 ( to 1) ) third. Tlmo : 1:2 : ; ' } .
Second bent : Uuldo (1 ( to 41 won the heat and
the race aiul distanced Sho-diono(4 to 1) ) second
by two lengths , IJIg Three ( U to 1) ) third. Time :
Sixth r.icc , handicap. 3-year-olds nnd up-
w.iros. ? 7 > to nddod , ono mlle : Patrick O to I )
won , Iioril Wlllowbrook (10 ( to 1) ) second , 1'lrayo
(10 ( to l ) third. Time : 2uo'.i.
Suventh nice , selling , purse800. . for 3-vuar-
oldsand npwurds. fnrloius : Ituhy Payne
( S ton ) won , John Wlnlleld ( IS to I ) second ,
Great Dlxun ( ( i to I ) third. Time : l-'Hi. : !
KlKhth race , solllni ; . purse iTOJ. for 3-year-
olds mid upwards , six furlonc : Until < : i toll
won , Hosoniounl l. > to I ) second , Johnny
Uroonor(8 ( to l ) third. Time : 1 : ' - ' . ? ; . .
Mi souni VAI.KHT , la. , July 4. [ Special
Tclopram to Tin : Bnc.l The driving park
races today were a great success :
3:00 : trotting cla < s , purse $ :50 : : l-'lora NelT
won , Ta re h tirovo second , Mocha third. Best
tlmo : 2:51 : ! ! .
2:40 : ttottlir , ' class , purse JI3) ) : Nortetto won ,
Dr. Franklin. Jr. second , Hell Uriel ; third.
Host time : 2:44. :
2:30 : trolling class , pnrso J-MO : Daisy , by
Golden Wins , won. Hilly Burton second , On-
awa Aliiltl third. Best time : 2:35 i.
isi ) or TiiKTUiiN ri-sT. :
Judges Annoniico Their Decision on the
hliinx City ( ! oniiftltlon. |
Siorx CITV , In. , July 4. ( Special Telegram -
gram to Tun Ben. ] Tbo turn fost . losed
today with a picnic nt Hlversldo parlt when
the Judges awarded the prizes. The judges
were : For Omaha , Louis Hoimrod and G.
Blatter ; Lincoln , O. Karges niul L. Ottner :
Plnttsmoutu , G. Lutz nnd J. Saltier ; Sioux
City Elcho , lloiii-v Hilgort and A. Haupt.
The slnglo pn/.o turnicg , wblcli consisted of
parallel nnd horizontal bars , running nigh
jump ana putting the shot , was as follows :
Paul Wurl , Piattsmouth , 01 11-12 , Kmil
\Vuro , Piattsmouth 53 ; 11. Hilllckor , Piatts
mouth , 544 : ' ; A. Hnyden Omaha. 554 ; ;
O. A.ure , Plnttsmouth , 55 5-li ;
It. Schneider , Eicho , Sioux City ,
52 } . ; ; H. Harden , Eicho , Sioux City , fiJ > ; ;
H. Gabrael , Eicho , Sioux City , 51 7-12 ; F.
Viola. Lincoln , 51 ; John Veldt , Sioux City ,
51 ; Carl Oldowurlel , Sioux City , 49 % ; C.
W. Brltt , Piattsmouth , 49 ! - ( ! ; C. Kloss ,
Lincoln , 47 5-12 ; H. Koth , Plnttsmouth ,
49 1-10 ; H. Lemm , Omaha , 4i ( 1-12.
Tbo class turninff , consisting of drill , wand
exercises , selected apparatus , weight lifting
nnd hop , stop nnd Jump : Plattsn-outh , 43 % ;
Omaha , 4180-100 ; Eiche , S3 5-12 ; Lincoln ,
33SO-100 ; Norfolk , 2S > tf.
First group turning , consisting of forward
Jump , vaulting and putting shot : Paul
Wurl.19i4 ; E. WurlS % ; H. Hilflcker ,
Second group , turning , consisting of
high forward jump , weight lifting , nnd hop ,
step and Jump : Paul Wurl , Plattsmoutb ,
2(5 ( ; E. Wurl , Piattsmouth , 22' ' ; William
Krebs , Sioux City Eicho , 21.
Third group , consisting of high jump ,
rope climbing and running : II. Hartcr ,
Eiche , 21 ? , ; W. Krebs , Eicho , 20 ' ; C. W.
Uritt , Plattsmoutb , 20 1-IS.
Second class turning , consisting of horse
work , horizontal and parallel bars : Jock
ICoomgitoiu , Norfolk , lirst ; W. Watneckc ,
Norfolk , second : Nelson Murx , Norfolk ,
third ; Ivurl Krolchenor , Eicho , fourth ; John
P. Berthold , Eiclio , lifth.
Boys' ' class : Charles Hilos , Sioux City ,
first ; il. Holdonreid , Sioux City , second ;
Otto Wittmau , Sioux City , third ; Rudolph
Meyer. Fremont , fourth ; George Leers , Lin
coln , lifth ; H. Shoemaker. Eiche , sixth ; Gus
Motz , Eiche , seventh ; II. Perkins , Sioux
City , eighth ; George Bartb , Lincoln , ninth.
Boys group turning : Charles Hites ,
Sioux City , lirst ; George Holdenreid , Sioux
City , second ; George Meyer , Eiche , third.
The prizes were then announced. The lirst
second nnd third In each class were crowned
with laurel wreaths by a committee of young
ladles , The result appeared to give general
satisfaction , and the gathering dispersed at
3:20 : with tbo best of feeling prevailing.
SPAKKS OF SPOUT.
31. V. A. It. A. KoBaUn.
ST. Jo3Ei-ir , Mo. , July 4. The fifteenth
aununl regatta of tbo Missouri Valley
Amateur Hewing association commenced
at Lake Contrary , tbreo miles south of this
city , today , and will bo completed tomorrow.
The club participating" the re-
catta nro the Modoo Hewing club of St.
Louis , the Catlin Boat club of Chicago ,
Western Hewing club of St. Louis , tbo Cam
bridge Boat club of Cambridge , Mass. , the
Lurlino Boat club of Minneapolis , the Dela
ware Boat clubof Chicarro and the Wolverine
Boat club of Detroit , Mich.
Fred Konig of the Modocs won the Junior
slnglo. The Dolawaros of Chicago won the
junior four. The Canllns of Chicago won
tbo junior doubles. James Henderson of the
Cullins won tbo ono-fourth mlle dash for
singles , and J. Goff and D. Grifllth of the
Catllns won the Junior pair raco. A largo
crowd was in attendance.
Vim Ill-cut Males Mix Term's.
Wls. , July 4. In regard to tno
reply of Fred Johnson to his challenge ,
Johnny Van Hoost says that ho is willing to
fight either Johnson or Dixon Dixon pre
ferred if n suitable place is offered , under
the same conditions upon which the Dlxon-
.lolinson light took place. In reference to
weight Van Heest says ho will light nt 117
or US pounds , to weigh In at U o'clock un the
day of the light.
HUCTVHHflll Itl'Kllttll ,
CIIICAOO , 111. , July 4. Tbo annual regatta
of the Evanston Boat club was the most suc
cessful ono that it has cvor held. Long before -
fore the tlmo sot for tbo opening uvoni the
largo plazas of tbo club bouso xvcio llllod to
ovorilowing anil the shore for half u mile
was lined with sightseers , whllo the lake
was alive with craft of all sorts , There
were six races , most of them having exciting
Cuts a Itec'nrd ,
SritiNnriKi.li , III. , July 4. In today's races
of the Illinois division Icncuo of American
wheelmen , the half milo world's champion
ship record was broken by L. I ) . Mungor , of
Chicago , who mudo It in 1 :05 : 1-5.
Tough Foinnlu Klip Out ( it .lull .Some
liid < i | > tmdiiiicii Day Crimea.
Four tougb Omauu women , bold as prison
ers at tbo county jail to appear before tbo
district court for larceny , managed to break
Jail during tbo paradoyesterday and escaped.
In the burnt district tbo women are known as
Agnes Donnelly , Vera Somoral , Josslo Jones
and Kitty Edwards. They were confined In
the woman's department In the buiouiont ,
and la somu way obtained a saw und cut
tlioir way through the window bars. Everv
patrolman on dutv was notltlod ana Stierlll
Bennett , accompanied by a couple of deputies ,
started In search. About 7:30 : Ofllcors Sulli
van and Vauous found the women secreted
in a shanty In the east bottoms and arrested
them. They were turned over to the county
authorities at once.
Sneak thieves entered Mrs. Webster's resIdence -
Idonco , 503 North Thirty-second atreot ,
yesterday and stele Jewelry amounting to
The residence of H. M. Blair , 1010 Park
avenue , was entered by house workou
yesterday afternoon and about $00 worth of
money nnd jewelry taken. The thieves
overlooked $000 worth of silverware which
had been left on the sldobcnnl.
In spite of the extra detail of police placed
on duty during the convention , crooks will
got In their work. H , A. Hart had his
pocket picked wlnlo on n cahlo car cnrouto
to the Coliseum last night , but was quick
enough to dotcrt the theft , have the thief
arrested and save the SM which the purse
contained. Hart crabbed tbo man , who
pave bis nnino ns W. M. Bradley , nnd held
him until the car readied the convention
hall , wbcro ho was turned over to the po
Sometime during yesterday nflcrnoon thu
residence of J. M. Hake. Twenty-sixth nnd
Popploton. was cntorea by burglars. Tbo
house was thoroughly ransacked nml con
siderable jewelry taken , but the thieves
overlooked several hundred dollars worth of
FIREMEN KEPT BUSY.
Several Small Itlutei rained by the Ftrc-
work * Y'txtprilny.
Yesterday was n day ot nnxlety for the
fircmun. Whllo everybody else was enjoying
themselves exploding Chlnoso urackors nnd
rockets the firemen were hanging pretty
close to their houses in anticipation of
Unlike last Fourth , when only ono alarm
was sounded , the big boll In hotdqtinrtors
called the men to quarters s-lx times yester
The flrst box was pulled nt ' .1:10 : a. m. , just
as the 11 ro ladtlie.i wcro preparing for the
parade. Froworks sot fire to the roof of
George Jackonoy's two-story frame building
at Fifteenth nnd Cuss streets and burned a
two foot hole In the roof.
Mischievous boys sot tire lo n peddler's
small stock of explosives In front of 24' . ' ; )
Cuming street abou' . 4 p. m. and an alarm
from box 29 was the result. Loss nbout $10.
Fireworks thrown on the roof of thu house
at 1514 Cuming street called out the depart
ment nt 0 o'clock. A few foot ot tbo rooting
A lamp explosion In a bath room at the
Doran house , Eighteenth and St. Mary's
avenue , caused the greatest , disaster of the
day. Mrs. P. S. Carey , wlfo of the proprie
tor , was in the room at the lime and the
burninir oil quickly Ignltnd her clollilng.
Mrs. Carey screamed for help and then
jumped from the second-story window to the
pavement , where she lay unconscious for
Just ns Mrs. Carey jumped bur husband
rushed Into tbo room and tried to save her.
but he was too late. Ho received a couple ol
badly burned bands. By the tlmo Iho llro
department arrived the injured woman hail
ueon carried to her room nnd physicians
called. An examination showed Unit she had
been badly burned nbout the face , body and
limbs , besides being severely bruised by the
fall. Two lines of hose wore laid in anil tbo
llro extinguished. Loss on building and con
A telephone message called tbo llmmon to
213 Noith Tvwnty-liflh street nbout II p. in.
nnd n moment later box US was struck in for
Ibo saiuo llro. The blaze was in the drug
store of J. II. Owens , in a building owned
bv Courtney & Co. Through the careless
handling ot n torch n window full of lire-
works was sol oil and exploded with consid
erable force , blowing out Ibo plntnplass
window. Fifty dollars' worth of liroworks
were destroyed and the loss on tbo building
will amount to probably tOO.
At 11:35 : p. m. a pile of rubbish in the roar
of C. E. Morrcll's carpenter shop , 1517
Capitol avenue , was discovered to bo on llro
and again Iho tlrod out llrumcn were called
oul. Chemical No. 'I laid In Ibo llr.st , line nnd
was quickly followed by Iwo streams of
water , which soon drowned the llnmcs. One
end of a burn , against which the rubbish
was piled , was scorched , but the loss will bo
Xebraslta Delegate * Start by Speclul Train
lor thu Nutimml Meeting.
A special train of eight cars filled
with representatives of the Young
People's Society of Christian Endeavor
of Nebtaska left Omaha last evening
for Now York City toattend the third annual
convention of the society which opens in
MndUon Square Garden on July 7 and lasts
The train is appropriately decorated nnd
about 000 young poopto from all over the
state , representing nearly all the ovansclic.il
churches , will make up the Nebraska dele
gation. This convention will bo the largest
gathering of Curislian young pcoplo over
held in the world. It is expected that , iliero
will bo upwards of 20,000 delogalos present.
The Nebraska train will start at S o'clock
over tbo Northwestern and Lake Shore-
route. A largo number of young people
prominent In churuh circles will bo at the
dopol to bid tbo delegates Godspeed. The
Nebraska delegation lias engaged the Grand
hotel , Thirty-first nnd Broadway , for a head
quarters during the convention ,
The Young Men's Journal has two cars
chartered to accommodate its patrons on the
About eighty-flve of tiyiJtromlnont Chris
tian young pcoplo of CiiTaba will join the
party as delegates to the convention.
FUUOllT .1 DUEl , tlX TIIK STKKET.
Negro Gnmhlnrx Slinot Knell Other Fulally
at I > allnHr Texas.
DALLAS , Tex. , July 4. Charles Chandler
and Charles Franklin , two negro gamblers ,
fought a duel with pistols on Commerce
street , ono block from the police station , last
night. They had quarreled In the evening
and Chandler arow a pun on Franklin.
Franklin secured a pistol and tired. Chand
ler fell mortally wounded , shot through Iho
lungs. Frunkiin was shot in Uio left sldo
nnd arm and will die. Both men were mar
ried and were regarded ns desperate negroes.
Armour Wouldn't Talk ,
Cmc'Ano , 111. , July 4. P. D. Armour was
seen at his rosldouco regarding tbo story
that ho had informed W. J. Campbell that
ho ( Campbell ) would have to decline the
appointment ns chairman of the republican
national committee if ho desired to continue
as counsel for Armour & Co.
Mr. Armour said : "I haven't anything to
say on tno aubjoct. You must see Mr.
Custer. Mr. Campbell's partner , about that , "
"But Mr. Custer is quoted as suying that
ho know nothing aoout Mr. Campbell's
"Woll , Mr. Custor is Mr. Campbell's partner -
ner and I guess bo knows at much about It
ns anybody. Anyhow , I bavo nothing to
Mr. Custor loft the city Saturday night
nnd it was stated at his rosldoncn that he
would not return until tomorrow morning.
I'KHSOXAl , I'AUAtiUA 1'IIH.
F. M. I'.vlo of Wahoo is nt the Murray.
E. E. Carter ol Lyons is nt tbo Dellono.
It. C. Hoyt of Beatrice Is nt the Paxlou.
Frank Sharpe of Lincoln Is at the Mtilard ,
W. J. Wheeler of Albion is nt the Arcade.
Nathan Btakoloy of Beatrice Is at the Mil-
E. J. Crowoll of Blair 1s registered at the
K , C. Jackson of Blair U registered at tbo
Dr. D. It. Daniel of Norfolk is at tbo
E. J. Young of Atlantic , la. , Is a guest at
A. P. Corloton of' Fremont Is nj guest at
H. H. Scott of Clarlnda , Iu. , Is a guest at
A. P. Stafford of Nebraska City Is regis
tered at tbo Dcllo'no.
H. M. Christy and II. M. Cbllds of Ster
ling uroal the Arcadu.
Sldnoy C. HlrscliborR of Now Yoric Is
among tho.guosts at the Murray.
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Pen fold nnd S. Guy
Ponfold bavo cone to Mow York.
Mrs. Senator Paddock , who hoi boon
spending a few weeks in the city , loft for
Washington yesterday. Mrs , Paddock bai
entirely recovered from her recent attack of
H , B. Clalborno , editor of the Labotto
County Statesman , published at Oswego ,
Kim , , accompanied by his wlfo und Mr. and
Mr * . J. A. Jones ol Parsons , Kan. , are in Uio
city nnd paid u short visit to Tim Br.i : build
Kov. A. J. Turalo loft last evening with
the Young People's Society of Curisllun
Endeavor excursion to attend the Interim-
tlonul Endeavor convention In New York
city , where ho will make on address on
Saturday. Ho will bo absent during July
enjoying a visit to many points In tbo oust.
BY A UUSINKSS MAM.
Stitomont cf Mr. Edwnr.l 13uso < \
Qonornl Agent for the MoCoriuIcK
HnrvoHltif ? Mnohino Company- *
Catarrh niul Dyspopsln.
Among Uio ninny well known cltlzonr
of Omaha who lnxvo fouiul rolluf nnJ
i-uro for i-hronic ailments at thu huntU
of Drs. C'opolnnd anil Shoiuml ia Mr.
Kdwnril HUHOO , who is fjononil n enl
for the MvCorinluk Hurvestlii" ; Maohlna
Company for Uio territory of the North
1'lattc , JSiohrnska. Mr. Hi'meo resides nt
1II1S Uunlotto street , with huslncsi
hatidqimrlurs at S10 Lonvcnworth. In u
ro.-oiit intorvlow Mr. HURCU makes thn
following concise anil woU-oonsldoroil
" 1'or 11 number of year < I wns a victim o (
catarrhal dlien e. tttnlnly affertlni ; my stem *
aeh. My dlBrstlon win very Imperfect , CAUS-
In * tno Kront distress. Instead of betin prop.
ly niitvsti'd my ford would llo In tlioitomauli
and ferment , giving Hso to mu > 'h Rat and
ulnatliiR. My stomach was tlllod with cas all
the tlnio both before mid nflor eating ,
llelchliu niul uneasiness were I'onstiint. 1 w < ti
also bilious and often vomited muem and
"At nlsht 1 slept very llttlo and obtained
no real rest. I had terrible pains In my sldq
and buck , espeuially durlnu the nlshu On
rlsliiK 1 foil wroU'liod and tlrod nut.
"Iliad pitd out. miioli ninnov for medical
tror.tinent , nut with little benollt. However ,
after u conrio of troatmenl by Drs. I'opoinnd
mid Shepard 1 am much bettor. I out well
and my digestion N steadily imiirovln t am
lintnlni : In itosh , sleep MOIIII lly nlid feel In
every way tlm ros orlin ; offpots nf tho'r work.
1 I'oiiiti.uml them us honest an I competent
physician * and 01 tlroly worthy of the esteem
and conlldcneo of the public. " '
A MOTHER'S STORY
H.wLlt lo Jlmm'o ' Ornm r SufTorocl
and Found Koliof Somoihinff'Hint '
Every Parent Should Road.
.liminie Crnmor , aped oT lives with hid
parents at 1314 Ohio street. Ills father
is an employe of the Consolidated Tank
Line Company. Ills mother , Mrs , Aniju
Cramer , was asked recently what she
thought of Drs. Copeland and Shoptird'j
system of treatment :
" .My llttlo boy. .llmmle , " answered Mr *
IViiinor. "has suffered from catarrh Mr ul
'oust ' ono your it nil u h ilf. 1 cannot fully oe-
scrllio hl.s ease , but ho was In a b.id condition ,
IINht'nu acliud noiiriy nil thu time anil Uio
pain was terrible. His IIOSL- was steppe i uri
so ho could not bi'oiiilio Iliroucli It and Im
tbroat M ) alTuutcdiuconld hardly understan
him when ho talKed ,
"Ills nppotlto wis ; poor an I his Kcnoral
liC'vJth anil strenzth wn > . bad. At nluht li
was very rustless and inniinoii an I tossed In
his sleep. Wo uroatly feared the worst re
sults In his e isc.
"Now wo urn clad to Riiy tha1.hinmlo Is on-
tlri-lv well , lie lias no lieadnclie , anil c.tn eat
and sleep lil < o a l.uiilthy child. He doeH not
tuko cold ns ho used to , but runs about Miro-
foot with no bud results. This rcnmrUahlo
chunito In the hoallli of our boy Is wholly duo
1 ho treatment of Drs. Copeland and slicoard.
1 can earnestly iidvlsu ail p-ircnt.s who have
chlldron out of health to tie : ! tin-ill to these
physicians and obtain relief and euro before
It LUUOIIIUS too late. "
MIIS. ANNA CKAJIlIll.
OATAKltll TJIKATK1) ATTIIK UNII'OIIM
UATK UK V ) A MONI'll-MKOU'INEdKUll-
N1SIIKI ) ruKIC. KOK Al.h OTIIKIt DIS-
KASKS TIIK ICATKS WIIj | MB 1,0W AND
ITNII'OKM ANM ) In I'UOl'OUTION TO TIIK
ACTUAI , WIIOI.KSALK UOST OF MKDI-
KOOMS 3U AND OIW ,
New York Life Building.
OMAHA , NKN.
\V7. T-I. OOPKI.AND , M. D.
C. S. SMKI'AKD , M. 13.
Consnltliu I'hyslclans ,
bl'EM.ll.TlKS : Catirrh. Asthma , llronehl.
Ills , Nervous D'soiises , Itlooil Diseases , Hliuu-
inatlsm. Coiisuinntlon. and all rlironiu affec-
tluns of tbu Throdi , IJIIIIKS , Htoinaw-h , I.lvei
Ollleo hours : 0 to II a in. . U to 5 p.m. , 1 to t
1J. m. Sunday. U n.ni. tot p.m.
( Jatarrh troubles and kindred discasei
treated Miccessfully by mall , "end lo In
nlitniDS for ( | iie.stlon "Irculars. Address all
li'ltois tn ' 'onnUind Mo.lloal liHIilute , Nun
Vorli Life llnlldlnu' , Omaha , Neb.
TBESlIOHTBSr LINE U 0:1101' : , )
is via the Chicago , Milwaukee
&SL Paul R'y , as represented
on this map.
Electric Lighted , Steam Heat
ed Vestibuled trains leave
Omaha daily at 7:05 : p. m. , ar
riving at Chicago at 9:45 : a. m.
City Ticket Office : 1501 Far-
nani St. , Omaha.
F. A. NASH , Gen'l Agent.
WON U IS RU A N O.
AVll.I , IA\VI.I.II. M.tN'flll.
"KOUOII DIAMONDS. "
"IUHN HIM UUT. "
TIIK OI.KVRf.AND I'AMILY.
TIIK PAVIOIHt NATAL DAY.
lO.OOO-CnikH From l.und and hea-llUO )
Performances 2:3) . < : | . ' . 8:3) . i:3t ) :
Mn < rllt' huli > ,
lly virtue of nn execution issued by 1'ran'c
K. Mooru * , elerU of the DUli let court of Doiu-
juHcoiiniy , NidiraaUa. upon a Judgment rend
ered In sal'l court In favor of Ihu oommuruial
Matlunal llnnli of Omahu , .Neijinslci. and
nijaiiiht C. M riehnulilur .t Comujiiy , an I O ,
-clineldtr. . I h ivo levied upon the follovv-
ItiK foods and eliattehi-.irt thu imjiiurly of thu
gal > l U M. Hulinuldur fi ( 'ompunv. lo-wlli
Tlio entire whuiuaalo HIOUK of nations ant
KonU' furnlsliinic uuoilr , hosiery und ti"VC !
und other mer.-nunillsti. toxether with nllK'u
and Ntoio fuinltilio , ind flxlmun , and all con
tained In thu hasomeiit and llvu ntury uiuro
InilUllnv. Nns , 1IUU4 and 1111 Howard street
In thu city of Uni.iha. Duir.'lan County. No-
i and I will on Ihtillth day of J'liy. A.
D. , Jb'.l. , eommenuliiK at IU o'eloiu a. m. oft ill )
day. lit No * . IIW'i and 1111 Howard Mieet , in
the eitv ofOnmh.i , nild county and t it" . > ell
said foods und chattolH at pulillu uiietlun to
tne hi .lieit hidi'tir ' , or hiildoM , fur oauli , or MI
much tlioroot as may ho noetm try to nit'Sly
nad ; execution , the amount duo tlieieun l.eliu
twenty thoiuandund tlfty dollar * ( t. ! . > , o.V ) . ( l
juiipmont und nlno and 3-IOJ dollar * . ( HUH
eoslx , with Interest on ' < | il amounts at th <
riito of 10 jier cent per annum from thu I'lth
ility of Junu , A. I ) , Ib'S..un ' i tliunucrilliiK coats
'Jmuha , .Noli , Jiiiin.'Uth. Iblri.
( JKOKUi : A , IIKNNKTT.
Uhurlfl of Oouxlus Count Nub.
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