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10 Tafl OMAHA DAILY 33EE : SUNDAY , JULY 21 , 1892-SIXTEEN PAGES.
THE SPORTS IN HOT WEATHER
\7hat Jack Wilks 5s Doing Looking to Sat
urday Night's Mill.
AT THE TRAP- AND IN THE FIELD
Club Iliinls-Clilckcn , ytnll unit I'lovrr
Tito Htrniliilrr * of tlioVlirul 1) } INK
Yelp * nnd llrorzy Notes unit
OUNTHY 11 fo
scctca to bo rxuctly
s P-Incit Wilks' size.
Ho was found with
hli pcnlnl big trainer -
or , Heavyweight
JacK Davis , nt bis'
training quarters at
n quiet country
place near Coving-
ton , Nob. , Monday
nlsbt , M sountl ns a
premium pippin nnd
as hard ns the pro-
Vt-rblul nails. As a natural conscqucnco lie Is
In excellent hcaltb and Rpirils.and wbllo snn-
pulim-of winning his contest with the re-
doubtnbluTommy Hyan ncxtSnlurdny nlpht ,
lie Indulges In no fulsomesolf-pralso or brag-
Tfiut Isn't JacK's style , tlo Is a gen-
tlrmanly and molest follow and only talks
xhou ho hui something to nay.
"Yes , I'm Kind. " ho said on being Infor.nod
ot Krnn'n condition , "that Tommy is Retting
in tl o best of fettle , for If I boat the man
who is rated with the best in the world in
tile class they can't corco buck with too old
chestnut that ho wasn't lit. "
"But uro you going to win , Jack ! "
"Ask mo something easy , Sandy , and 1
rrny bs able to uu wer satisfactorily. IJut T
cnn tell you ono thing that If I didn't ' expect
to win 1 wouldn't bo throwinir uway $10 a
diiy rusticating horoand tnko my cbuncus on
IOM'IHK a couple ot thousand inoro. I expect
to win , of COUIKP , and can't very well see
bow nnvbody can tlguro out how Uyan has
got any the best of me. I have whipped
mon mill mndo draws with others whom
Tommy wouldn't think of going ngiilnnt , no
mutter what the persuasion might be. I wus
never bigger , stronger , in bolter conditioner
or more determined than I am today. D.ivis
is putting * me through u coin-to I never
underwent before , and I am Irco to acknowl
edge that ho Is tbo most intelligent and sys-
tematlo trainer I over had. Jack soys I
can't lose , but tbo big fellow lt > over-zealous ,
'lhat Wilks is training thoroughly nnd In
dustriously therols no room for doubt , and If
ho perseveres , as bo assuredly will , ono
week longer , ho will bo ai ( It as Judicious
work can makuhlm by thoiiOth , when ho will
bo Citllcd upon to defend his reputation nnd
a goodly share of his worldly goods against
tbo assaults of Tommy Ilyan before the
Made City Athletic club.
Wilks Is a vcritaolo monstrosity , built up
lomowhnt on the Fitzslramons plan , when
stripped for the ring. Ho possesses wonder
ful comhativcncss , as may bo soon bv an
examination of bis pugnacious bump. Ho Is
tall and boney , with urms llko the equatorial
q mid ruin rum , and an underpinning which ,
whllo unsymmetrical , Is well calculated to
uphold bun through a long and serious trial.
Ho has the typical neud , massive Jaws , largo
cars set well back , nnd a bulging cerebellum
that is chock full of llicht. That he is as
resolute as ho Is game , ttioro Is no ctmnco for
dispute. Ho is a bard , agcrosslvo
lighter , ana never waits for his man to as
sault him. Llltn all brulnv pugs , ho occu
pies a portion of the initial round wholly on
the dolcnslvo , but when once ho has felt his
opponent , look out for lively work. Ho
( rocs in left and right , nnd oilhor gets It harder
or soon has his man on his beam ends. Ho Is
a tremendous hitter , not very clover , but
cautious In his moda of warfare when evenly
matched. His short arm jabs nro partic
ularly dangerous. Ho inovrs slowly , to all
npucnruncosin the ring , but iho man hcforo
him generally 11 rids him amply speedy. Ho
Is really a dcud bard fighter , and if Hyan
beau him , ho will have well earned the tltlo
of welterweight champion.
Llko all modern migllUts , Wilks , under
Jack Davib' directions , depends almost
wholly upon pedostrlnnlsm to rcduco his ad-
tposo and batter his wind. It Is for tbo lat
ter otTcct Jack is now training especially , ns
Iho umount of fut ordinarily clinging to his
bones wouldn't create much of a furore In a
( at otock show ,
Whlln not exactly n sprinter , Wllits Is
both n treed runner and walker , and in tnolr
pcdullsllu expeditions every morning nnd
evening bo brings big Davis in
pulling nnd blowing like a per
poise. For this species of work
the two men are using the river road ,
Which is very sandy , and what is generally
termed "heavy going. " Davis sot the pate
for the llrst week , us Wilks , In his heavy
woolen sweaters and drawers , was not qulto
as supple ns his Indurated trainer. Ho soon
bccun to live on these runs , however , and
whenever Davis gets In the load now. It is
only by a spurt of the most extraordinary
It I nil. Even these runs , in this torrid
weather , do not seem to bo very trying on
Jack , and Instead of modifying , he has In
creased them , minus nls heaviest kablla-
n'Out.H. ' Ho is already under weight , and is
devoting his whole uiuo to wind and ondur-
aticoitucilc * . Of courpo , after each of ILeso
vilgrlmtgos up the roud , bo Is bathed and
thoroughly rubbed down. Davis is a firm be
liever lu the massage troutrrout , nnd Wilks
getk its full bencllt , both night and morning ,
at the hands of big Jack and his two assist
ants. This hand-ruUblng , patting and kneod-
Ing Is BIIrely the best hardening process
Known to physlculiuro. Wilks can stand a
wonderful amount of ihls , notwithstanding
bis attcnuatoii frame , and aftcc every bath ,
ho gets a lively dose of It. Some times Ills
helpers quit limp ns.dUhrngs from iho
fctrcngth and energy they have lavished upon
He varies his bag punching with bouts
with Davis nnd.Cameron , u young Philadel
phia trainer , who Is working with Duvts.und
who Is very clever himself. I3ug punching
Ismerely to make n man quick , alert and ef
fective. ' In delivery. Wilks llko Kyoto is an
udrpl at this work , nnd when ho sticks his
bonuyinontgomcry against tbo leather , it
shoots up pgalnst the ceiling ns If hurled
thorn by u thunderbolt. The man don't , live
who can rccnlvo and btnnd up uuder many
blows from Wilks' right.
"If he gotb ono nf those In on Rvun's front-
UIHCCO or neck , " remarked Davis to mo , ns
Jack sent tbo pouch crashing against the
panels with tlio force of n mulo's Uool , "I'll
turn my bend b fore ho lands the next one , '
tor \ have no wish to sco the Uhicagouu go
through the wulll"
And \VllliH smiled nt bin big trainer's en
The skipping rope Is anotbor contrivance
of hitler athletlu training , and as In Kvan's
case , Wilks resorts considerably to it. Wbilo
not nearly the artist at this performance
that Tommy IH , Jnck Is very clover. It has
been proven by scluutiflo research that ropo-
kipping is greatly instrumental In strength
ening the nuncios of iho stomach , and gives
an elasticity to the pectorals obtained t > y no
other process. It U nUn a wind-helper , and
bring * all iho braces of IOSH , arm ) and body
to a ( julck tension and relaxation ,
AH I rcmarKod in my article nn Kyai : Inst
\\cck , thcro Is a vnst dlffetcnco in the ,
mcthcd ot trulniiiB n man far a light today
ficm that In IUD twenty years ago. I
was with Aaron Joints at hU training quar
ters at llubcnboolt Btutlon , Ohio ,
when ho was preparing to meet Mlko
McCool fully that long ago , and cannot
but help t'o in pa ro mentally the two pro
cesses. Tbo possibly undue importance at
tached to athletic prowess today Is doubtless
thoiostillof u reaction aenlnst the almost
romploto nbaonco of improved means of
bodily training and oxorclso ot
tbut decade. Today iho training
pugilist Indulges in the most ap
proved and sclentlllu modes of exercise that
tund to klrcnicihen the limbs and render Iho
movoincmlH of the body easy and graceful
mid at thosamo tlmo to keep the brain bright
nud active , the muscles bnrd and strong and
the hum lu the right placo.
WilkK Is most scrupulous in his dlot , and
wnlio bo does unt religiously ochow all fallen-
Inc substances , for ho can stand considerable
of them nt ull tlmo , ho ccntliies blintolf
largely to iho foods calculated In strengthen
ing the stomach utono. enhancing at the
inmo tlmo the lung power and the
force and keenness ot his visual or guts Ho
tbstalus entirely from malts and spirits of
jl > kluu , and Ibo sight of a pipe , dh'ur or
ctasroUe world throw him Into n duck ( It.
Ho has no U30 for tobacco or liquor , except
for swathing purposes whllo In training.
In conclusion , I will say for the bcnoflt of
Jack's Inrgn following of friend * and
admirers , that hols bclngctmsclonttously and
competently prepared for his ureot knuckle
dobulo with Tom Hyan next Saturday evenIng -
Ing , and If them Is anything in absolute per
fect condition , Ho will bo ( It to contest for
the maintenance of all tbo faith them Is
within thorn. Ho Icoks a dangerous man
and will make a great light.
Jnck Wilka was born of American parents
nt Kviinsvllle , Ind. , In the > onr 1S05. Ho is
an ntblolo nnd pugilist from early training ,
and hn.s n record as good ns lha best of them.
Among his many notable encounters , stranga
ns It may appear , ho has had no loss than
eleven draws , ovcry ono of them , uowcvor ,
with mon known In pugilistic circles
throughout the country , In iho tnijority of
tlieso ho was badly handicapped by eiltirr
hclght\voight or reachnnd , ns a conscqucnco ,
the showing Is most remarkable. Hero are
his drawn battles :
With Jarit Hurk , the Irish lad. tbreo
rounds ; Mlko Cloary , four rounds ; Oeorpo
Ln ninncho , iho Muiluc , four round * ; Lctn
McGregor , the St. Joe kid , tour rounds ;
Thomas Conloy of England , four rounds ;
Chnrluy Daly , three rounds ; Johnny Duly ,
six rounds ; Phil McIIugh ol Cincinnati , six
rounds ; Jnck Uolnn of Cincinnati , six
rounds ; Jltnmlo Edwards , six rounds ;
nnd Charles Klmmlc , ten tound. .
Ills victories nra overJImrny Lindsay , In
.six rounds on ufoul : Charley Allen , three
rounds ; Hilly Layton , snvuri rounds ;
Chnrloy Slubher.six rounds ; Hairy Oilmoro ,
two rounds ; Gcorgo Holla , two rounds ; and
Alf Bennett , a hetvyu eight , seven rounds ,
The Di'nti-uctlM ! Club Hunt ,
The Omaha gun club will revert to the old
pernicious custom of n general club hunt this
full. Captains will bo appointed and the two
teams selected at the club's September moot
ing , and the date of the hunt llxod for some
tlmo In October. Whllo these competitions
engender a great deal of rivalry , and nro con
ducive of much sport , they aio to ho depre
cated by all sportsmen having the preserva
tion of our game birds at heart. 1-cut bored
gatno of alt kinds , oven including the prollllo
wild fowl , ts being diminished at a rapid
rate , and ore long game preserves will bo tno
legitimate gunner's only bopo of.a lltllo sport
allcld. Pot-hunters and club hunts uro in
struments of destruction only , nnd should
both bedlscountcnanccd by tholoyal moinocrs
of the craft. Tlio incontlvo to go forth in
quest of a Dag of game , whose only merit is
its magnlludc. Is ono Unit should bo studious
ly frowned dcwn , and tbut Is the only In
ducement fur a olub hunt. * Euch member
of the team strives 10 outstrip nil competi
tors , and In his work of devastation ho over
looks uothlng that wears feathers or hair that
can bo insinuated into the game calMoguo.
The meadow lark , robin , snowbird , dicker
and dove are popped over with as much zeal
as iho chicken , quail , goose or duck. Each
bird is graduated , lhat is , counts so many
points according to Us merits as ? nmo , and
the Insatiate hunter Improves cvciv shot of
fered. When the bunt is over Ui < > bags are
turned in at headquarters , the score counted
and recorded and Ibo game given or thrown
away that is the bulk of It , Every consci
entious sportsman will eschew the club hunt.
The OctnlHir llencU Show.
The Omaha Kennel club ts working quietly
and systematically in the interests of its
contemplated October bench show , and its
complolo success Is already assured. It will
bo tbo llrst and only bench show Omaha
ever had. Too catchpenny snaps which have
hitherto boon palmed off on Iho pcoplo hereunder
under the tltlo of bench shows were nothing
moro nor loss than exhibitions given by a
shyster who know just about as much about
dogs as ho did about anything else.
The bench to bo given under the ausplcos
of the kennel club will bo governed by the
rules of the American Kennel club , with nil
the requirements strlctlv lived up to. nnd
will allord the lovers of the thorouehbrcd
dog in this part of the west such u feast as
ho has never deen cccustnmcd to.
Mr. John Davidson's services have boon
secured to do thn judging for the occasion.
This Is a good selection by the club , us Mr.
Davidson has a national reputation for bou-
nsly and ability in dog mittcrs. Ho judged
at ! ow York , Chlcuiro , Uostoii.-Pnllaaelphla.
and at several other shows during the year ,
nnd was highly commended In the dog jour
nals of the country for his knowledge of tbo
correct typo of all classes and bis indefatiga
ble assistance to bunch shnw commlttoos.
( tire ? scl > riMlci ! Dog * u Hun.
A number of well known local dog owners
nnd sportsmen w ll agitate In another season ,
the feasibility of a Nebraska field trial , and
it is reasonable to oxpuct a success in the
undertaking. Tbcic urosovorul notable ken-
nrls In the state , nnd tbo interest in high-
class Hold dogs Is spreading nnd increasing
every day. Already Nebraska can boast of
us many nnd as good n lot of thoroughbred
bird dogs as any of the western states , and
has the host possible natural facilities for nn
effective field trial. As for judges , there is
no necessity of depending on high priced pro
fessionals from Ibo oast. Thcro are plenty
of men In the state qualified to pass judg
ment on any dog at any run. Nebraska cer
tainly has the grounds , superior in cverv do-
tall to any of Iho bl " eastern or soutborn
trials , and ns long ns "tboro is such a conoral
awakening of doc interests , let us have the
bust and tbo latest. The Nebraska Hold
trials in a year or so should bo worthy of
national attention. This Is a proposition , re
spectfully submitted to the consideration of
the Kenuel club.
Tlio Chicken Outlook.
Whllo the outlook for Bob White Is qulto
promising this fall , according to report , that
for 'chiclton Is just the rovorso. Many of
the grounds that have In times past boon
considered par-excellent are almost de
populated of birds this summer , and there is
no njsurnnco of good shooting in any section
of the Rtato. The prolonged inclement spell ,
which extended entirely through Iho months
of April and May and well into Juno , sot lha
birds back fully four wcoks , and
In many regions entirely precluded
the possibility of successful nidlilca-
uon. This condition , associated with
the fact that tha scoundrelly market hunter
has already opened up in bis unlawful work ,
renders iho honest hunter's chances for n
llltlo sport this fall slim Indeed. Although
I havon't hoard of any young eblcKons bolng
shipped in jot , it Is Ibo season for the hotels
to boifin servini : their guests with "plover"
nnd "plecon. " This is n matter that merits
Iho attention of the gun clubs. A lllllo
wholcsomo prosecution would boar Incalcula
jMoorii FoiTnlt * t flrlflln ,
Tbo Omaha friends of Dick Moore are dis
appointed that his second meat with Patsy
Grinin Is off. Tbuy were to have fought on
an Island In the Mississippi boloivDnvon port ,
la.AugustOfor u slake of J'lOO asidebut tbo
news Is that Dick has forfoltod to the big
wrestler. Why this action no ono scorns to
know , other ihun that Moore claims that tbo
stakes were too small. Thcra Is noiblug in
this. Uriftin , about Davenport and Burling
ton , was a tremendous favorite , and the re
port comes bora that the Moore end of u
could have bad any kind of money tlioy do-
sired. Last winter Dlcic wblppod Grlflln ,
who was Hi on sailing under the no in do
gucrro of I'auv Kullv , in three rounds , at
liormanla ball , South Omaha , and his friends
hero are at a loss to know why ho pulled out
of this second engagement ,
A Kuril Avl In , Inly.
Adam Koraorof this city Killed a canvasback -
back duck last Saturaav down on ( ho Plntlo.
near Louisville. It was a bou and slio bad
been seen flying about the locality for several
days. Whllo it Is a romui'kablo occurrence
tojlnd a canvasback , of all wild fowl , In this
region in July , it is none the loss poor busi
ness that Kernor wiu In when hn killed her.
Tbo bird * will ea fast enough If sportsmen
contlno tboir nbonllni , ' to tbo luuiUmiUo sea
Tliu I.iixt Dying VHi.il.
Frank Dwyer , tbo old Western learuo
twirler , ls pushing 'om ever tbo pan for Cin
cinnati with great eclat.
Omaha , Columbus , Indlannprlls , Kansas
City and Toledo died bard , but dlo they did.
Thotr reward come * In another world.
Jlggs Parrott , with Baron Flunker Ilach
this sojuon , is on tbo ragged edge with
Anton's colu. Ho is a trlilo out of bis class.
Omaha demonstrated ono thing this season ,
anyway , and that is that she is able to belter
support a professional ball team than any
other city In the western circuit ,
Llttlo Uvorirlo Hogdrivcr , with St. Paul-
Fort Wayna during tbo glad springtime , has
tot Urocu Bay atlro with oU Jlyluff arouod
lacked by Unlimited Capital-Strengthened by tlie Antagonism of Disgruntled Rivals. I
3-r-ilnsr Circus , Elevated Stages , Mighty Millionaire Menagerie , Royal Aquarium. Mammoth Museum
of Marvels , Far-Famed Horse Folr nnd Equine Congress , Embracing 35O or the Flnsst
Blooded Horses In the World , Togethsr with Mor.2 Htgh-Snlarlad People , Moro
Acrobats , More RUers , Moro Aarinlts.s , Moro Novelties , and
More G-eimiiie Circus Acts Than Any Two Other Shows in the World ,
Not un Excuse for Curtailing the Circus Performance Just Ono GUtto. ing and Gorgeous Incident
of the Grout Exhibition , t
CHA3. W. FISH , the World's Grontest Somersnult Rider.
REED SISTERS , Euroio's ' Equsstpienno Qusans.
BROTHERS VERNON , Greatest of All Great Aeriallsts.
TREMENDOUS REVIVAL OP THE CIRCUS MASIMUS f
Terrific Glnditorial Combats , .Abioi-bing . Trials of Strength nnd Endurance ; Grand Gain Diy : Sports nnd Spectacles ; 2 nnd1
Horse Chariot R'tccs ; with Lady and Guntlotnom Riders ; Novel Elephant and Ctimol R'tees ; Chlld-Delif-hting
Pony Races with Monkey Riders ; Lnujjlmblo DonKey Races with Clown Drivers ; Mammoth
Highway Locomotive Hercules ; Moscow's Far * Fa mod Cathedral Hells.
SlOT Grounds ,
? 20th and Paul Streats ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS. AUQUST 2. .
Two Performances Only Afternoon at 2 , Bright at 8.-Doars ( to Hour E3rlijrA.cluils3lonAdnlt3 , BOo ; CMltoau , Ujdar 12 Years 25c ,
GRAND rREE ST15.EET PAGEAMT AT 8 O'CLOCK OH THE MOaHIBTG- THE SHOW DAY !
the Oases. George Is very fast and very
Thomas Gilbert Vlckery pitched his first
Kama for Baltimore Thursday nnd won , nl-
tnoiiKh Plttsbure hitlilm safe eleven limes.
\Vhcu Vlclt and Joe Kelly mot tuoy foil on
each olher's nocks aim wept n Rood while.
Hunk O'Day , who stopped In Chloaco to
nttond the funeral of his brother , ha * been
ordered not to upirt. Uolumbus ( O. ) Dis
patch , July 19. Now wouldn't that Just , rip
yon up the baclclOrdorod to roportl Where !
( Jeorco Dirby , the brilliant young pitcher ,
lumped his written osreement with the
Philadelphia IcaRue club and wont west ,
presumably to row up with the mountains.
Ffhels wlio he'll soak his "super" and start
for the City ol Brotherly Love on the ilrat
Uncle David 'Rowe , his white suit and
lonthors..aro tbo last sad remnants of
She once mfehty White Sox there are loft
in Orauba. Boby Gllks nnd Shy llnpered
mournrullv until yosicr.Uy . , when the ?
packed their little carpotsacks and levanted.
In a special carl Well t guess not.
Count Uampau , Curllo AbVoy , ' 'Purty
Merrltt Old Man McClellan
down to Now Orleans to
work Sn the IOTCO. Of the balanc6 of the
chfmpior Columbus team Fred Clausen Is
has to Call-
with T milsvilto Hie Lally ROIIO
fornlu VValsb lo Birmingham , O'Uourke
to Baltimore. II reckon rldce , with
the " " Jant-
? and "Shorty" -
his clubto Green By ,
zen to Marinnetto. _ _ _
Within thn Quiirtor. trotcli.
of the Gen
H C. Terry
tleman's Roadster club.
What has become of JooGarneau's big run
ning and trottlnc parkl
J A."Ro itor of Bancroft , Nob. , Is aflor a
good fa t trolllug slallion.
IndBoendonco , In. , now ha
the b"y colt , ' Bert Oliver , 3:33 : , by Ashland
Soeaw 2:10K , nas Just boon received at
thoIURht On Stock Farm , Waterloo , la. , to
The Roadster club Is o" o" * tIlnAm30
inootinR that It knows
and moro witn every
Mihllls & Howlns of Norfolk have n
speedy Kelding they would llko to trade.
He's n comer , too.
Idavan , In the hands of Dick Tildon , U
winning nU races In a cro.lltablo . manner
Iowa and Nebraska.
Tbo race mooting nt Friend , Nob. , lanes
place Aucust 3 to 57 nnd entries to nil races
except running close July 25.
O. L. Warfleld of Muicatlno , U. . has sold
to Tom Cowoll of tbo same cityhls yearling
Phallas'WUkcs , for a good round sum.
A colt by Norwood , owned at Waterloo ,
la entered in the Indopendouco futurity
for trotters , tias turned out to bo a pacor.
If vou wish toRotnn idea of how many
coed roadsters Omaha can turnout , drive
out to the next meeting of the roadster club.
The Gentlemen's Roadster club Is In receipt
conKratulatlons over Iho
ceipt of numerous
fact that It has Joined tno American Trotting
The ii-voar-old trot at Mexico , Mo. , has
forly-livo entries , the Ji-yeai-old U:4. : class
thirty-one and the 2:30 : trot has sixty-Jlvo all
paid UP ruady to start. .
D O. Stowlo of Chanton , la. , has pur
chased at the Lexington. iCy. . sales the i ye ar-
llng colt Androclo , bv Norval , ' Jil'K. s311 of
Electioneer. Constdorallon , 52,000.
Ramombur that entries for the Auuust
moetlne nt Linden Tree park. Beatrice , Nob. ,
close on August 10. Send vour entries to W.
G. Wastiburn , secretary , Houtrlco , ob.
A. J. Brlefr * . the popular secrotar.r of the
Nebraska Association of Trolling Horse
Brooders nnd ihoownerof a number of nujck
stoppers hlmsolf. has employed Jim P. Hlng
to Ull his * ulky this Reason.
May 20 , Bertha I'll nil as by Prlnco Phullas ,
OIIJ8 , dam by I al Tender , 1WS , g. it. , by
Honrv Clav , 45 , the property of J. A , Pros-
ton. Broken Bow , Neb. , foaled u line colt by
Snltanls , 1TT03 , by Sultan , dam bv fatrath-
Entrlos to the stake races of the Dawson
County Agricultural Fair association cloio
Aueust 1. Tuo siako races nro for 3-00 , 2:35 :
und 3:45 : class trotting , each for $500. A. C.
Maxwell is the secretary ; address , Lexing
Allorton will appear on the Mason City.
In , , track durinj. the September races to
lower the two-inllo record. Secretary Stew
art Is arranging to scouro a strlnir of horses
thut wns never excelled on this truck duilncf
The Friend Fair association Is offering
some llbornl nnd attractive mouoyi > . This
meeting precedes tbo breeders mooting nt
Beatrice , Aucust 0 to V. , and the mooting at
Svrucuse , Nob. , August 15 lo 10. L. h.
Sbuihwlck , Friend , Nob. , will supply all in-
formiiUoii , .
for tlio Seward ,
The stuko for3-yoar-olds
Nob. , mooting closed with seven entries , and
it is expected to bo ono of the best colt races
this year , The association hus ontned a
stnke class for 1 nnd 2-yoar-olds. The track
and grounds 'at riewnrd hnvo boon Improved
and everything 1s bolng doiio to mnko the
meeting In September a great ono. H , P.
Brandos Is sot-rotary.
The Koil , Gun , DOR uiul Trap.
C. W. Watteruinn is the "rat-klller"of the
J. J. Dickey 1s making preparations for his
annual Incursion Into Colorado for troui.
U. A. Clnlln , It Is said , owns the most com-
pletu uport-sinan's parapbemalla in the city ,
The upland plover are In , but the excel'
slvoly tgr rid wouyjior so ( ur Jac9 U lr ar
rival has deterred the g-mncrs from sallying
The Omaha gun club team is not satisfied
with In collision with the Ruymond.s and Is
preparing for another race.
Blank bass , plchorel nnd cropplo are being
taken in great numbers from the small lakes
In iho vicinity of Clurks and Columbus.
Dr. Gnlbraith , with a couple of eastern , rail
road magnates , killed luT sagohous up near
Pocatella , Idaho , last Tnosday afternoon.
George A. Josolvn of the Western Nows-
pnncr Union owns some splendid St.
The premium list for the Oolobor bench
stow will bo out In about two WCPKS , and
cud bo had by npulylug to E. L. Marslon ,
the club secretary.
Adam ICorner hasanolntordog a descend
ant of old Champion Bang-Bang and Sensa
tion that is a beauty. Ho will be cntorod
in the coming show.
Mac Morrison , with a party of boy com
panion's. Is encamped twenty ' miles up the
river , and from into ndvlccs 'they are mak
ing fur , fltfnnd'fcalberfiy. _ . , .
UraJGalbrailh and Conner , together with
a half 'dozen congcnlataplrlts from tbovnst ,
will go'up Into the raour.tulns ot Wyoming on
a big bcUr hunt about August 25.
The trap-sboolcrs , to a man almost , nro
using Shultzo powder nowadays. In the
course of tlmo the old fulminating black
will bo relegated from tha field entirely.
M. C. Pulors of Iho Bomls Bug company
has some finn bred English setters , with.tho
blood of the champion field trial and bench
show docs of the world coursing tbroucb
Lock up your bird dosrs. The pot-huntor
and dogthlof are loading un Ihnlr scatter
bores dud preparing to supply the eastern
millionaire's .with young prairlo chickens
served as canary birds.
Tno only good-looking King Charles around
the city Is owned by Lieutenant VVrlght ot
Fort Omaha. She Is a beauty , and takes her
beer with the rostof tbo boys. Good speci
mens of this creed are very scarce.
Goodloy Brnckcr nnd Billy Nnson were also
In attendance nt Columbus and both shot
wall enough to pay expenses. Uoodloy ,
with his now Greener ejector , wasn't far
bohma Purmclcc. Ho shot llko a houae
Mr. Charles Ogden ts an enthusiastic
worker In the liennol club. If a few more
gentlemen of his ill : would take an intercut
In such matters wo would have fewer curs
and mongrels Ueoping us awake nights. A
thoroughbred dog seldom barks at the moon.
Chnrles Johannesundoubtedly , has the best
rod Irish cotier In ihe city. Ho Is by Jerry
Jnrvls , Jr. , out of Corlnno. This comprises
tbo best nick of Elclio and Sarsfiold blood ,
nnd If ' "Pat" keep * on Improving ho will give
the cracks a chase that will make their owuors
T. C. Brunner returned from Clear Lake
yesterday whcro ho went to visit bis family ,
who are spending the summer ihcro. Whlla
Ihero ho and a Mr. Anderson from Clinton ,
In. , one morning bfltorc bieukfast cauuht tbo
linest string of libli of the Hcnson , sixty-
elcht bass and twcnly-nlno croppies.
Old man Don of Urownvlllo , nlthouch past
05. Is yet ono of Iho sporty boys of Iho sluio.
His predilection Is the gun , und ho hasn't
missed a trap shoot , big or litllo , given In
the stale for a quarter ot a coiuury. Hois
itlll capable of u Rood sooro. A rnon between
him and S. B. Fleek , another sexuconarlnu
trap shot , who tukus In ull iho shoots , would
DO a card.
Dee Huynos , astlstant manngor and
treasurer 'of Boyd'a ' opnra house , is
the proud possessor of n fox lorrier
puppy of the S .llv Thompson strain ,
and be is ono of the handsomest pupnlei In
this part of the country. Major Furay has
another , und Jack Wlthncll did have the
third , but he stepped on it and squashed out
Its little llfu.
Dogaom suffered In the death of Billy Mel-
drum of Omnba a4oss which is not oailly re
paired. Elo was ono of the most competent
and zealous dogfnnclers in the west , and n
( . oiiial , wholesouled companion at homo or
nlluld. Ho was wprlmo mover in the organi
zation of the Kennel club , and a host of
friends deplore his untimely death. Sports
Afield , Denver.
From all sections , despite the cold , damp
spring , como rations of an uaunual crop of
quail. The nntbuiiaitlo sporlsmanhowever ,
Is apt to ba led late extravagant declaration *
by tbo night of un old cock rolling In the
dust , or tlio chucry whistle bo hears from
nuiehborliiR ralllopi as ho rides ihrougb iho
country. It is lunrcusonublu to ox pec t an
uncommon crop of the birds ndar such an
unfavorable netting season. The chlcus nro
Just now breaking tbo suoll , mm will rt-qulro
the month of August to kpouk intelligently
on Ibo outlook.
Frank Purmelco came prntty nourly bag
ging tilings down at Ibo Columbus tourna
ment bisI Tuesday and Wednesday. Ho got
a plecu out of oyery event sbotsavo ono , nnd ,
has t > eon kicking himself over since bocuuso
be wasn't In that. Parmoloo 1s unquestion
ably ono of iho best trap shots In iho world ,
and yet ho hisn't cot tno , sand to go up
ugulnst any of the big crueks In an Individ
ual match. He la the suporlor lodny of J , A.
R. Elliott nf Kansas City , holder of the
American Held championship cup , or Fulford ,
Rollu Hicks , Big Slice , the Kliomuns and Ibo
majority of way-upper" , and the vuual of
Captain Brewer , or Chlppoy Budd , still
rural tourneys are Frank's ' first choice al
Tbo Nebraska State Sportsmen's associa
tion has taken hold of the mutter of an Im
provement in tbo Nebraska dog laws , and ace
co mm it lee will bo appointed by PieMdent
Hughes to co-operato with the Omaha Kennel
nol club in potting a "dog-property" law
pimcd by tbo corning legislature A. ; tjjg
law now stands , nn owner is liable for nil
damages caused by Ills dog , but Is allowed
no redress In case his dog Is killed or stolen.
In other words , dogs are not recognized as
property or supposed .to have any value.
What the dog owners of Nebraska want is
n law lhat will causn dogs lo bo asscssd and
taxed the came as other llvo stock. Such n
law would protect Ihum against wanton de
struction nnd theft. C. P. Hubbard.
Wliltpa.-m ; n ot tli3 H'lii'el.
Tbo Morrlll twins and their tandem safety
create quite an amount of curiosity us they
pedal along. They do present a very unique
Frank Howard , of the Chicago Cycling
club , who hus been In charge of O. M. Dax-
on's salesrooms for the past two weeks , re
turned to' Chicago on tbo 10th.
Remarkable last lima is bclne mndo at all
the race meets this season , and tbo general
opinion of whoclmon Is thut the rnllo record
will bo pulled down to 2:13 : before the au
E. Ij. Lytle , tbo popular vice president of
the Omaha Wheel club , is a volunteer to the
"scorchers" ranks. Ho is sporting a brand
new Humbor road racer. "C.vuo" savs sbmo
of the local records will have to fall this
Itis surmising bow many of the whocl-
men climb Dodge and Douglas street hills
and tnnito the High school grounds tlioir des
tination iboso hot summer oveninus. You
can always count n dozan or more lounging
around ou iho creou sward enjoying the
During the races of the Now tlampstnro
division , which were run off on tl.o 12th ,
Borlo. the creat Now York rrack , roJe un
exhibition mite in 2:10 : ; ho rode the quortor
In 37 seconds , half in 1 : OS % , three-quarters
In 1:42. : His pacomuKcrs wore such Ilyers as
McDuffoo , Taylor , Rolph and Porter.
Wonder why some of the "scorchers"don't
try to capture the Florence modal.
The prescntcondltlon of tha roads , nnd the
adaptability of tbo lightly made pneumatic
tlrnd whci'U of today tor fast riding should
surely be In the rider's favor ; then , too , tbo
course has been leveled aurl improved since
thn modal was won.
"Our Zimmv" returns to the shores of his
beloved "Yankeodom" wearing with dignity
the tltlo , "Champion of England , " ha having
captured the bauble wtilla on his trlp.boalmg
the best mon that England could send against
him. It Is'to bo regroltod that Osmond could
not screw up enough courage to ride against
him when ho bad so many chances.
Every cynllst , man , woman or child. Is requested -
quested to ICRVO his or bar name at M. O.
Daxon's cycle store for publlcollon In the
Omana Cyclists Dlrcctorv. which Is now In
the process of belns compiled. Forties will
make the work much easier for the compiler
if they will leave uamos and addresses at the
place designated , or mall direct to M. O.
Laxon ) , 120 South 15th street.
Club runs for today : The Omaha Wheel
club start for G Ion wood , la , from their club
rooms on Seventeenth and Chlcacro streels
at 5 o'clock sharp. The Tourist Wheelmen
start for Fort Culhoun nnd Prlcss lake at
5:30 : n. in. Irom the corner ot Fifteenth nnd
Dodgo. Both runs are beautiful oncu , and
all whoclmon who enjoy short country tours
should turn out. Tbo clubs return In the
cool of Ibo evening.
The Bellevue record has been lowered sev
eral minutes'and the "scorcher" who goes
after Iho record now will have to ride Inside
of fortv minutes. The Tourist wheelmen ,
paced by Captain Potter and Loulo Flosohtr ,
pulled the record down four minutes lust
Sunday , every man coming through. The
men were a crlmy lot when ihny stopped nt
tbo corner of Fifteenth and Dodge , Iho point
fiom which tno record was mudo. Nine men
stuck to the pnco sot without a break.
Ono of the most delightful rides taken
this year was the ono taken by the Tourists
who went down to Plutlsm'outh the 17th ,
starting at 5 o'clock before tbo sun had
fairly rUon the air was romurkablv fresh
and 'cool. The members of the club and
their friends who turned out were loud in
their pralsos of tbo onjovablo tour. A heavy
dow had fallen the preceding evening and
had laid the dust on the roads so that the
whoellnir was very smooth. Breakfast and
dinner were tuken at tha Hotel Rlloy and re
turn trip was made late In iho uflernoon.
Tbo Omahft Wheel club and the Fremont
Wheel club dined tozcthor out ut Flnrmica
lake Sunday , thn 17th. The Fremont hoys
made the trio lo Ornahn on lliolr wheels and
wore met on the road by the Omaha Wuool
club who escorted thorn in , The largo nt-
tondnnco of wheelmen as hosts wus a truu
slen of the popularity of the Fremont bora.
Thnlr short stay wus made an occasion to
outdo all previous efforts nt ontnrtulnlng vU-
Illng cyclists. Tbo visitors loft for homo in
The storm of Thursday ovnnlng spoiled
tbo weekly club run of the Young Men's
ChrUtlnn nsROulution cycler * . The club was
scheduled to pedal down to Pnpllllon. Tha
Tourist Wheelmen were \o \ accompany them
on thair trip , The Thursday evening tour
of tbo cyclers is qulto a feature , and many of
the members of tlio association taxo advan
tage of thorn. Next week the club pedal out
to Irvlncton.ono of the nlcoit Hale suburban
runs out of the city. Start from tha Young
Mtn'n Christian imnclallon building on Six-
tocnth street ut 7:15 : sharp. Captain Grant
extends an opiu Invitation to ull wheelmen
who enjoy short country runs.
"Scorching" U growing very unpooular on
club runs of lato. The road ofllcora dig-
countenance the practice and try
to conduct rlub runs without Hill former un
pleasant fcuture , Tnere nro inanv riuors.who
go on the club runs for the pleasure and bun-
cllt to bo derived from tbo rldo , Ibeso tame
riders could if they so choie "scorch" along
Ul v hot a pace us ono would cat * to t , yet
( - .
they refrain from doing so out of considera
tion for ethers who nttond Uio run. These
men are always popular clubmen and thor
ough wheelmen. The "old limo club run
scorcbar" wll | soon nnd that ha is without
pace maker or follower.
Another \vhaol ha ? bson "borrowed" by
the "light-llngerod conlry" who have ovl-
dcnlly struck a " .toft snap" in Oinilia. This
tuna the mourner Is Ray E. TUon.as at Max
Mayer & Co's. The stolen wheel Is a pneu
matic tired "Century" Columbia und Is num
bered Sill. Tha wheel was stolen
from in front of" 1518 Douglas street. Tbo
I'cpo Manufacturing company of Boston ,
Mass , offer a reward of § 100 for the re
covery of the wheel nnd the arrest of the
thief. Mr. Thomus offers nn additional reward -
ward of S i for lha sarao. Every wheelman
is rcquoucd lo keep his e.vos open for Iho
missing miichinc. A subscription paper is
being circulated among the local cyclUts for
tbu purpose of establishing n fund to bo
usau for tbo rccovorv of stolen wheel * and
the nrrjst nnd conviction of the thieving
rascals who have thus far proved too foxy
for apprehension. The cyclists intend to
have protection nnd have decided tn back u
their claims for protection from thieves witn
good solid cash. The mo icy will ha doa
posited in nuo of the batiks and will only lie-
used for tbu tracing UD of iho wily sneak
thlnf who has such n penchant for bicycles.
If caught the marauder will bo treated to us
severe u close of tbo law ns money will buy.
The Athletic clubs after August 1 , , vill ole-
vnto its ini'.Iutlon fee lo5. .
It is currently repoitod that handsome
Dick Moore will bo on hand ut the Ryun-
Whks contest next Saturdav nleht to chul-
lenco the wlnnor. Whichever thU may bo
will bo willing , provided lick can got down
lo 113. Catch wolehts will not go with those
men , tLoy uro too ( ly.
The Nebraska * Lawn Tennis association
will hold its fouith unnual tournament for
doubles at Hasting } next TtiojJ.iy , the tilth ,
commencing at 10 u. m. The series will com
prise inon's , India * ' nnd mixed doublos. All
entiles must bo made on or before July 25 ,
address the same to some member of the fol
lowing local committee : H. J.Dungan. S.
J. Mnttock , C. B. liullon , .f. D. Henry , Bed
ford Urown , Hasliiigi.
The Fanner Burns-John Mclncrnv wrest
ling mulch , catcu-as-calch can , at the Athlete -
loto club rooms tomorrow night , should draw
a bljj bouse. The Furmor Is indubitably the
champion at this style of tbo world , und
word comes from Chicago that Mclnorny Is
a dangerous customor. In nnv event It will
bo a good match nnd the bast mun will win.
Tommy Ryun will also give a mixed exhibi
tion of roue skipping and bag'punchlug.
Danny Dalv nnd Ted Gnllaghor have re
turned from "Frlico. " Danny is nursing a
broken jaw , and Ted Is busy lulling bow it
all happened. The 'Frisco Chronicle says :
D.tnny Daly has reached homo * und has his
jaw on exhibition as evidence that ho did not
quit lighting bccauso of a Simula caress.
Daly was afraid of what peopletiiorj would
say about his alleged quilling , nnd hurried
back whllo ho was yet on a broth diet to
Oueslloim anil Aimwcm.
OJMIM. Nob. . July 2. . To thn Spoiling Kill-
tor of I'm : HIK : : To .soil o H dSputo will you
Ulmlly Inform mu lliroiizh tliu columns of
your vnln.iblupaiiuriliu proper decision In Uiu
following CUM ; In u game of huso bull two
arcnut mid tlircu \tnsni4. \ A
mon arc- mon ontnsni4. butv-
iiiiin hits tlio bill and till four muii score , but
tno milsmnn falls to loucli first huso nut ! N
iluul ired out l > r tlio nmplio Do the other
three men seoruVJolin OuriUun ,
Ans , They do.
NKOM. I.i. . JulvCO. To tliaSnart'n : rMltor
of Tin : Ifii : : I'lu.isa st ilo In vour Huiiilny's
edition Iho liest tlmo miidu by Muiid , wheru
und wlmt iliituV A Kinder.
Ans. 2:0 : ! % at Cleveland , O. , July 30 ,
OMAHA , 3u'y 2 ? . To tlio Hportlnir Editor of
Tin : Hut : : .Will you kindly publish or unsivur
In the Sunday llr.ulioru full rulei for hlvh
fivu Hiilllulenl to tuuuli lijxlnmiu oin liu oh-
mined : also the nso ot Ky.in. An Ulil 111,111
An . (1)'E. ( ) C. Snyder , care TUB BBK.
ri.ATTflMOiirn. .Tu'yS } . TothoHportliu Editor
of TUB HKR I'lujso Infoimmo
tor : In Hun-
diy'u : HICI : with trluit city Frank ( jhulbeek hus
slxnoil. Hallow ,
Ans , Ho is still hero. unslgnojwunt ; lilm )
KIIITII. Nob. , July 2. . To lliu Hpurtlirj Edi
tor of Tin : HKIII Will you pleriHij uiiiwor the
foliowlns iiu-stloin | In Tin : HUMIAV HHK :
Wlien uuuh li'iso in occupied liy u IKIHII runner
and tliu bnlMiian strlltm tlirou times und tlio
List HirlUo hull in hold liy tliu uutulicr und all
huso runners hold their lojpeutao basm "ill
tlio catt'iior tliroWH liall tit third und in put on
the buhu ruiniurnt third whllo lusu riinnor H
on tlio biiue , ID ihuro moiu lli.in onu man out'/
Up to till * Uimt In ill. ' Innliu Hicri ) u * no
111:111 : out. If iho ualeliur hud futlud toliolil
tliu third Ntrllio b ill , would It IMVO m.iilu any
( HllLTonrc'c I'lrth olnl ) wus ut bat und tliu
iimplrucl clduit thnt tlioio worn t o inuiioiit.
Tlio 1' rlli club then rofineil lu pluv , ululmliu
that tlio iiiuilru | nnd notliliu iiiinn wlncli to
baud Ills decision nnd thut It WIIH I'ntlitilv
uituliiHt tlui order of tlio umt > . und tlio iiiu-
plro ululmcd tlrit lie had author tv losettlo
evorylliliii und thut uny m.iii con'il lie put
out If HO dcalrod uy hlinsolf. mill uftor flvlni
1'lrlli llvo tiilnutus to piny duulured lliu truiiiu
In fuvorof r.iiiuiiiili lo 0. nlthou li I' rlli IIH
tliruoiiuoi ( mitliti.nl und h ill tlio I , ut half of
tlu > sovcntli Innliu ; to llnisli. Tlirro Is MIHIO
iiionuy upon lliu uuuiu. Who win * ? W , J.
Ans. ( I ) Onn nnn out only , ( j ) No , ( , ' ) )
All bets go with uippiro'j ducUIoii.
OMAHA , July U To tlio Fpoittiu Kdltor of
Tilt UEBI A ha 5l poliils In lilxli-llvu , It him
41) ) points : It b tUH und mnkun lilxli , low , juuk
und bolli llvo-spoUi A inukou same on Utbt
trlolc. Who In tliu H Inner ? i
Ano.-B. , <
OMAHA , JtilySI. To the Smortlnx IMItor of
TUB UKf I i'Joaio toll mo In ytnjr Sunday laauu
whnt tlio hclehts nnd reaches are of the fol-
lowhu lUhtori : Gporjo DUon. Danny Duly ,
Abe W Ills , Nune'a \ luce , Joliny Van llecst ,
Johnny Murphy niul C'.tl McUarty. Also. Mho
holds tlio life ns fo.-uhonvolzlit ( Ilit r of
Uniitlinlll wrlto you uboutlliolullorques-
tlon lutor on. Subiirli or.
Ans. ( lDlxon.5 ) fcct-IK Inches : Dnly 5 feat
3 ; Abe Willis. 5 feet fi ; Nnno Wallace , S f t
5)f ( ; Johnny Murphy , 5 foot 0 ; Johnny Van
Iloost , 5 feet 'J ; Cut McCarthy , 5 feet a.
(2) ( ) Anybody \\lio lights at under US pounds.
. - nsii. S. D..1 ulv - ! ( ) . To the Sporting
Keillor of TIIK HF.E : Will you ploxso publUh
In ycwr miury t'o'uimi ' : How many races did
1'ruolnr Knoit und Spnkimo run In durlnx the
buuMtn of trill , anil how iiiuny races did each
wln'-r. O. Whltnoy.
Ans. Can't loll.
QUAIX1 .IXD VUKWVS.
A caper published in Greenland can bast
of lha longest munu tn existence. It It
Arrannasjllotio Natinglnunvnilt Sysnra-
In Washington county , Oregon , n roan
named Ton BUI' , who was a candidate for the * .
ollicu of staio senuvor , was aofoutod by
man named Hare.
Tha Philadelphia Ha cord , which if snmo-
what of an uuibor ly on cows , knows of ona
which cais tco and straw b jrrk B o.id gives
sirawberr.v ice cream
The forty-lirst chapter of Gonols , four
teenth verse , contains iho oar io-i rofcronce
to shaving ot the board , whoto it la told of
Joseph that ho shaved himself.
A mustache worn by the pastor of n church
In KMOX. Ind. , aroused Iho displeasure of bis
concragution , and Ihey us lied mm to shave It
olT. Ilu iclusou mid tendered bis rcsigmn
tlon , which was uccoptod.
A man living In Berks county , Ponnsyl.
vauin , was born on February - - nncl mnrriuit
on February " 'i lo a woman" born onj * obru-
ury - ' . ! . Their llvo children have nlso oncli
been born on February ! . Falhor Georgi
should feel honored ,
Last month , Mrs. Harrison Drccdlovo of
Uiirion City , Ncvitdn , who Is sixty-three
years of uie , presented to bur busbanu , sev
enty year * ol'd , n pair of bounclnir twins.
They arj bolloved 10 bo iho oldest couple on
record who have been favored in tills way.
In a rcmoury located , on the Susquehanna
river Inure I * a grave with this upllaph on
Iho inarblo memorial slab : "Unas. Lowls :
Ho Voted for Lincoln. " A Baton Koufo ,
La. , KraveUono boars this legend : "Here
llos lh body of David Jones. HU last word *
wore : 'I uio u Christian nnd a democrat. ' "
A small Htntlon on Ibo Old Colony road tn
Massachusetts boars the queer name of ICon-
borina. It appears that ihroo children ot
summer residents born In the place ara
named respectively Koullworth , Boriba and
Mary , and Ibo drat syllable of cacti uama
wu * taken to form the name of the siation.
In Maine , n ccrluln Kind of boor , said to ba
noninioxlcalinfr , Is called "Uno , " because
would-be 1)0er drinker * In lhat state ara in
the hn'jit of asking for "a glass of you know. "
It Is said that tbo slull is genuine beer until
the seller In arrostcd for selling it , and then ,
bv snmo mysterious proaess ic become *
Senator Arthur P. Gorman ot Maryland
was once a pagu in the senate.Vhuu but a
l d ho wus about to start wait in quest of
fortune , when SeniUor Dnuilais said to blmi
"Uonl go ; Htay ut homo and go back to Maiy
land , und make up your mind that .vou will
como back ilcht here In this chamber as it *
roprusonlutlvo In the United Staler uouatd.
It U not n very bard thing to do If you oncn
sot your mind ou 1 . "
ARE YOU SUFFERING ?
IP SO , OALtj ON
AcKnowlotlKccI to Ijii tin ) most successful Bpo-
cIlllUtH Illllll I'MIVlTi : , Hl.OOU , NtlltVOUri , iJKICf
AND UlllNAIlV DllKAHKi
( iiinorrluu in fr > n .1 to 8 days. HyulillU
cured wltlioiu Murcury. All utixet for life.
.si'UICTUIti : luriiuno iltr cured , romuvnl com.
lilolB , wltliout cutlliu , c uitlii or dilatation. C'urs
iilIi'Oli'J at ho'iia bpatlont Kltbnut ft uioinaut' *
tmln or nnnoyanco.
I'll.KS , I'HI'UI.A AND IIISCTAL UI.CKI13 aural
willi.-iit puln or ilutontlun Irom builnom.
IIVDHOCMI.H AND VAUICOCKI.M HTinaniintl *
unilnucccinfuUjr cuieil , MutliuJ now anil uufalliuj
( VITALITY WKAK ) , Mnrtnobr too clou ippU
cntlun tu hiitlnuii or itmlri oturo nioniil tr ln
uriciMfl HK.\UAI < KX < KJ.SK4 In mUldlu Ufa , or
trom tno vHootii of jroulliful follloi.
WIAK : MKK AUK VICTIMS TO NKIIVOU ? I K-
IIII.1TV or 15X11 AUCTION , WABTINU WKAftSlSStt
INVUI.U.STAIIV lU.- > did with I ! A III , V DRUAY lu
VOUXO mill M1IIIK | AIJUIl ) lack of lm. . rlgo
and utruuutli , wllli koxual ornant laiialr | il aud
Wfuliuincinl pramaturulr In auproachln * olil u
All rliild roatlllr tu our niw ireatiuont ( orlonot
TltKl puwnr. Cnll on or aililrjii wltU itaiap 16
clrcuUri , fro * book und receipt * .
Dr. Scarles & Scades ,
NexttoroitOfilc * ,