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2 THE OMAHA DAILY JJEI&VTIIURSDAY , JUNE 28 , 1801.
TOO MUCH DUST FOR DRIVING
Wind Sweeps the Homestretch at Union
Park with Tremendous Furj.
BLUE RIBBON RACES POSTPONED A DAY
( lood Croud Present , hut Ihn Hlnta of the
Truck Mmln Molng InipoMlhlo Today' *
Curd Iiirludrn Home ( load
Number * .
Another good-sized crowd was present
at the opening hour for the races nt Union
Park yesterday afternoon. Hut the wind
was blowing a gale from the southeast nnd
the huge clouds of dust which rolled over
Mio grounds from the streets outsldo mhde
't a very disagreeable place , and the wind
How down past the Judges' stand no hard
that It was almost an Impossibility for the
horses to come down the stretch at a gait-
resembling anything like racing speed.
Sprinklers \\ero put to work , but the
track dried out almost as fast as the water
could bo put on. Several horses _ wc p
worltcd'out to see If It was possible to make
any headway against the wind nnd dust and
nemo of them were almost choked down to a
walk. The owners of the horses entered
for the day's races nnd the officers of the
track held a meeting and concluded that
under the circumstances It would b * best to
postpone the races until today and every
thing was declared off. The admission
money was refunded at the gate , but those
who kept their tickets nnd score card * will
nnd them good for today's program.
The postponement was a disappointment
to several hundred people , but most of them
were satisfied that Is was an Impossibility to
carry out the program under the conditions ,
and will be present again today.
After thu announcement of the postpone
ment the crowd visited the stables con
taining the fine horses quartered on the
grounds , and such animals as Allx , Flying
Jib , Online , Newsboy and others were ac
corded regular receptions. Allx's stable was
continually crowded by. both men and la
dles , and the beautiful little marc seemed
to know that slio was the cynosure of nil
eyes. She paid no attention to the men ,
bub. when the ladles came In she came up
to them and reached out her soft , black
muzzle to be petted , and she was
petted by every one who could
fet close enough to her. Morris Jones , her
owner , accorded the visitors every privilege
to examlnp the little trotting wonder , and
repeated her history and triumphs dozens
of times. While talking to a group
\l \ of horsemen Jones pointed to Allx's
record and said : "That has got to come
down four seconds this Benson , and I
think Allx can do the trick before a great
while. " Jones Is an ex-resident of Nebraska
and bought Allx at a sale in Chicago when
she was n yearling. He began training her
when she was a 2-year-old , and she com
menced to be a record breaker In her third
year. IIo never uses n whip on the animal
and says that she will travel as fast as she
can without any hard urging. He had to
strike her once for fractlonsness In scoring
and the act greatly humbled her pride.
Not far from Allx's stable Is the btall of a
Nebraska horse , Online , who has gathered
in a large share of the racing laurels for
himself and owner. Then there Is Belle
Acton , who created a furore a short time ago
by her speedy performances. Newsboy , an
other Nebraska horse , la a beautiful specimen
of horseflesh , and ho Is as game as a pebble -
blo when It comes to hot finishes.
Flying Jib Is a llttls further down , nnd
ho attracted a good deal of Interest , as he
will be sent to beat his own record en the
day of the meeting. He mafle a record
of 2:04 : last season , but he Is lu such fine
form this year that , his -owner 4iopes that ,
the * 'great ' ilde wheeler will cut this mark
doTviii ntj least a couple -of fccouds.
The 'pTOgfam tbday"'wlll open with the
2-year-old pacing race and one of the famous
Allerton's colts will start. Belle Acton will
start In the 2:15 : puce , and she will find
worthy Joemcn lu Ilocky P , Helpha Burns
nnd other entries , and all three events , prom
ise to be of more than ordinary Interest.
Allx will go another exhibition mile and us
che covered 2:11 : > , < so easily her owner may
let her go Just n little faster and get under
the , 2:10 : mark. There Is no doubt but that
there will bo some fine racing during the
next two days.
_ _ _
Tnln City .Moot Opens.
ST. PAUL , June 27. With the exception
that a. strong breeze prevailed , the opening
day of the Twin City Jockey club's meeting
was a. perfect one. The blj event was the
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Twin City Derby. Protmbly 1,000
were In nttcndnnce. npstilts :
Klrat race , Twin City Introductory , three-
qimrtprn of a mile ; Outlook won , TllMt sec-
onil , MM. Hndshaw third. Times llfi : > i-
Second rnce , Ilve-elRhths of n mile , licats !
Carlshnd won llrat nnd third heats nnd
rnco. Klrflt hent Cnrlshnrt won , llmzos
necond , Frnnk Knrmer third. Tlmoj 1:03' : .
Second heat Unizos won In 1:01. : Carlsbad
urcond , Frnnk Farmer third. Third hcnt
Carlslmd won In 1OS : , Urnzo.i second.
Third rnce , one-hnlf mile : Ida Mnrirle
xvon , McNar > ' second , Gold Star thlru.
Time ! 0:51 : ,
Fourth rnco. Twin City Derby , mile nnd n
quarter : Oakwoood won , LOIII ? Urldgc second
end , Wekota. third. Time : 2Z1M. :
Fifth rnce , one mile : 'Wlghtmnn won ,
Blsland second , Bullross third. Time :
I'AvoniTr.s rio uin AT siir.i'.rsitcAi ) .
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on IMrk * In T rp Itirn : .
Nn\V YOItK , Juno 27-Favorltcs suf
fered In the raclnR nt Shecpsheml Hay
todny. The only stake was the Xcphyr , for
2-year-olds , nnd It looked like nn cany
murk for Harry Heed , but he could not
Bet nenr to Wnltzcr nt the end , and Gideon
& Daly's colt won , unbacked by his owners ,
us they thotiRht he could not give Harry
Heed thirteen pounds nnd n beating. The
first race wns In doubt until the last few
Jumpnnd then Hough nnd Itcudy , who
had been backed In the rut , cumo with n
rush , leaving Kd Kearney , Slrrocco nnd
Hocy noses apart behind. In the llfth Fer-
iler Was nlmoit n prohibitive fnvorltc and
tiled to do as he ( lid Friday and make a
runaway race of It , but he could not last ,
although the pace was much slower than
on that day. Captain T won for W. C.
Daley , while Marshall , at long odds , nipped
Fcrrler on the post , netting him back to
thltd place. He.milts :
First race , Futurity course : ItoUKh and
Ready (20 ( to 1) ) won , Kd Kearney (2 ( to 1) )
second , Slrrocco (1 to 1) ) third. Time : 1:13. :
Second race , Futurity course : Waltzer
(4 to 1) won , Harry Heed (1 ( to 2) ) second ,
illdKct (4 ( to 1) ) third. Time : 1:11 : 4-S.
Thltd raos , cn > and lhr < e-sKt > tn hs miles ;
Ducal (4 ( to 5) ) won , .Major General (20 ( to 1) )
second , Tom Skldmore (3 ( to 1) ) third. Time :
2:01 : 2-5.
Fourth rnce , mile nnd nn eighth : Peace
maker (9 to D ) won , Chant Cl to 1) second ,
Joe U. Ulpley ( no betting ) third. Time :
Fifth race , ono mile : Captnln T (8 to 1)
won , Marshall (20 to 1) ) second , Ferrler (2
to fi ) third. Time : 1:40 : 3-5.
Sixth race , nine furlongs : lizzie (3 ( to 1) )
won , Ileiald (8 ( to 5) ) second , Blue Garter
( LM to 1) ) third. Time : 1:53 : 2-5.
Itrsulls ntSlonx City.
SIOUX CITY , Jimp 27. ( Special Tele
gram to The Ree. ) The second day's races
resulted as follows :
Three-year-old trot : Ullpy S won , Jlatlg-
non second. Charlie Wheeler and I'eulah C ,
favorites , distanced. Time : 2:10 , 3:01 : , 2:49. :
2:43 : pace : I.vle won. Hcno Jt second , Wll-
kesota third. Miss Williams fourth. Time :
2:27' : , 2:2IW : , 2:2.-i. :
Mile dash : IJIIIy Pinkerton won. Duster
second , Innocence third. Sight Draft , Mart
ami Kettle S also ran. Time : 1:47. :
Three-quartets dash : Mettle liroeck won.
Hrown Dan second , Nflllc If. third. Red
Ulrd , Nlobrara , I'rjnce Green , Webster , Mer
cury , Hee , Tale and Starlight also ran.
Time : 1:1SV4. : _
YAM ; ANI > IIAKVARU TIIUUSUAY.
llotli Crrws Itcudy nnd Conlldpiit ofVln -
nlliK the nreat 'Vur lty Hunt Kico : ,
GALE'S FEHUY , Conn. , June 27. The
race between the university crews repre
senting Ynlis and Harvard colleges will
be rowed on the Thames river from n point
just above the headquarters of the Har-
vaid crew to the big bridge which spans
the river a short distance above the city of
New London. The rnce will be run on
Thursday evening at CI3 : o'clock. Herman
Oelrlchs of New York is the referee agreed
upon. Alfred Cowles of Chicago will be
the Yale Judge nnd GeorgeAdee will be
the Yale timekeeper. Nelson Pprklns or
Coach Keyes will lake the time for the
In the 'varsity race the Yale nclherents
are as confident of success as though the
race had been rowed , while the Harvard
men simply smile and shake their heads
with a knowing shake , as much as to say :
"We will show these poor 'Ells' what rowIng -
Ing Is on Thursday. "
Hastings Trnnis Tournament.
HASTINGS. Junp 27. ( Special to The
BeeO The Hastings Temili club continued
Its city tournament last night , 'with a good
attendance of ispectatara- much In-
toiest manifested. The unfinished match
In the preliminary lound wns won by
H.i\eily and Stone , who defeated Cnr-
ruthers nnd Lampsun CGl. : ( .
First round : lirown anil Henry defeated
Haverly nnd Stone. 7-C. 7-5 , G-2 ; Clarke and
ISrown defated Splcei- and UucHanan , 0-2.
G-3 , G-l : Johnson and GuIlmettQ defeated
Dunirnii and AVahlqulst. G-l , G-l' . ' G-2 ; liern-
haid and Altchison won by a default against
I'ratt und Pratt.
Si'coud round : Brown and _ H > nry de
feated Iloinhaid nnd Altchison , C"-2. G-l , G-l.
The flniils will be played iprdbably on
Saturday evening. The finish sqems to He
between Johnson nnd Gullmpttp , I'owers
und Duer , nnd Hrown nnd Henrvwith the
chances grpatly In favor of tho-Tlrst named
team. Dungan and Wahlqulstt. usually n
very strong team , did not show up "last
night , as had been- expected , evidently
being a little "off their feed. " !
< 'ii h lu tlicTrrnsnrr ,
WASHINGTON , June 27. The cash bal
ance In the treasury was $114,108,303 , of
which $ GfiGU.t71 : was gold reserve. Advices
from New York state that tWO.TOO | n pojfl
was engaged today for shipment tomorrow.
It's cool nud refreshing at Courtland Reach.
Fifth Ward Itppiibllcans.
There will bo a meeting of the Fifth
Ward Republican club Friday evening , June
29 , nt 1811 Lake street , at 8:15 : o'clock.
GKORGE W. IIOLHUOOK. President.
Balloon nightly at 8 at Conrtland Reach.
i\iiiniti' : u.uiMi'.i i. . "
With Ugllo , the Ogre , translatpd , Puck
mid the Moth restored to their Queen
Titanla's favor , the Farles' Carnival clo&cd
In n blaze of ( splendor last night at the
Fifteenth Street theater. Much has been
said and \\ilttcn of this latest of spec
tacular plays , but with the children of
Omaha In the cast and filling the varied
putts which nro essential lo the HUCCPSS of
the performance the play appealed irre
sistibly to the audience , and par cense
quence won unqualified approval.
It Is not too much to say that nothing In
a local way has been so thoroughly suc
cessful as tha entertainment given last
evening , the music , the dances , and , In con
siderable measure , the acting being worthy
ot thn splendid background which a gen
erous management has given this hitcst of
fpectacular creations. Quite aw children
appeared In the tableaux and scenes which
tell n rather prettv story of the doings of
Puck and the Moth Miller , who. In a lit of
ilevlllry , carry away the scepter of Queen
'lltanla and almost cause the total ex
tinction of butterflies , grasshoppers ,
crickets nnd other fairy sprites , to say
nothing of the loss of the queen's ppouse ,
Obcron , the prince consort , who Is held by
Uirllp for u ransom. Hut as lit all spec
tacular plays , thp spirits of light triumph
over the Imps of darkness , und ilka Shake
speare's play. All's Well that Knds Well. "
While the acting was all that could rea
sonably be expected from children ranging
from B to 14 , Impersonation of Puck bi
ll. If. Davlcs deserves more than a mere
mention In passing. It was a performance
that showed true dramatic talent , and tak
ing Into consideration the gieat number of
llnesj he has to rend it was n performance
In every way worthy Waddle ICdllnger or
Knld Leslie In "I.oul Fauntleroy. " Florence
Winters made a swept and pretty Tuelma ,
queen of the realm of Ice. while Tltnnln ,
which Is so beautifully pictured In "Mid
summer Night's Di cam. " wan well Im
personated by l.lzzlu SwartWaller Nor-
rls played the Moth with credit to himself
and proved a very prlnco of plotters with
Puck. The others of the cast weio equal
to the requirements , nnd assisted In mak
ing a very pronounced success. Mr , Kelly
led thn orchestra with ability , und , the sing
ing of the children showed his careful
Walloon nlRhtly at S at Courtland Ileach.
\fi.tTinit \ roitua.iNT
tJi'iioriilly ruir and Cooler In ( ho Knutorii
Portion of Nrlir.iHUa
WASHINGTON. June CT.-Tho Indications
for Thursday are :
For Nebrnska-Generally fair ; cooler In
the extreme eastern portion ; northwest
For Mlsaurl-Prabably thunder storms
andI slightly cooler It ) the northwest portion
In the nftwioon : south winds. '
l < or houth Dakota Showers ; "winds be
For Iowa Probably thunder Htorins In thn
( iflernoon ; cooler ; jjouth winds , becoming
For Kansas-Thunder storms anil slightly
cooler in the afternoon ; winds becoming
the switchback at Oourlland Bech.
PUT IT RIGHT BACK AT 'El '
Omaha Gives Fcoria an Ohl-Fnshioncc
Shaking Up on the Diamond.
ALL THE RESULT OF HEAVY HITTING
Johnson' * Hclltcry Solved In ( tin 1'lrst In
nlng nnd tti I'unllndo Thou llegiiu No\cr
Weakened St. , lee , Lincoln unit
DCS MolnvH Alia Win ,
Omnlia , 22 ; Peorln , G.
St. Joseph , II ; Hock Island , 4.
Lincoln , C ; Jacksonville , 3.
DCS Mollies. 3i Oulncy. 2.
Cincinnati , 7 ; Philadelphia , C.
Iloston. 13 ; I < oulvlllc , 3.
New Vork , 11 ; St. Louis , 0.
1'lttsbuig , 11 ; Washington .
Chicago , 13 ; Baltimore , 4.
Brooklyn. 10-5 : Cleveland , C-2.
Minneapolis , 22 ; Knnsn.1 City , 8.
Sioux City , 9 ; Milwaukee , G.
Indianapolis , G ; Toledo , 5.
Detriot , IB ; Grand Ilupfds , II.
Yesterday afternoon the Omahas put i
little of their old tlmo vim In the game , am
the consequence was ono of the most do
clslvo victories of the season. The Pcorlas
battled mightily , but tholr most desperate
efforts went for naught. The gray-clat
UoUrkcs had their batting clothes on am
kept the ball whizzing safely during the
entire contest. Twenty corking hits and
twenty-two runs tell the story.
Roxcndalo was at his best , and while he
was hit quite freely he kept the "safes'
scattered , BO that It was next to Impossible
for the visitors to score. "When a llttlo
superfine work was necessary Boxy was
right there , and ho met -with a big ovation
for his masterly work. Not only did lie do
superbly In the box , but ha wielded the
stick like a McVcy or a Moran , getting four
safe drives out of flvo times nt the bat
Moran , Captain Mac nnd Jack Munyun were
In It , too , bigger than horses , and they lined
the hoghldo out with a prodigality that was
exasperating to Mr. Johnson.
All of the boys , however , played well , as
the following Bcoro will show ;
AB. n. IB. SII. SB. PO. A. E
Totals . . .43 22 20 1 9 27 1C 4
AB. U. ID. SH. SB. PO. A. E
Carroll , 3b. . . 3 0 Z 0 1 4 G 2
Somcrs , rf. . . 'J 10
Klynn , m
I'urvls , 11) . . . . 10
Shaffer , If. . . G 1 3 0 0 2 0 0
Ntilton , ss. . . 5 1 1 0 0 0 0 0
Deleh'ty , 2b. .
Terrlen , c. . . .
Johnson , p. . . 4 0 0 0 0 1 G 0
Totals . . . .33 G 12 1 2 27 12 2
Omaha 9214 G 000 1-22
Pcorla 0 11010110 3
Runs eainecl : Oninha , G ; T > eorln. 2. Two-
base hits : Seery (2) ( ) , JMoran (2) ) , Fear , Mun
yun (2) ( ) . Uoyle , Carroll , Shaffer. Home
inns : McVey (2) ( ) . Bases on balls : By Box-
endale,3hy ; Johnson.3. Struck out : By Hoxen-
< lale , 3 ; by Johnson , 2. Time : Two hours.
Umpire : Cllne.
Atliriilnns Itcatcn lit Lincoln.
LINCOLN , June 27. ( Special Telegram to
The Bee. ) LookabauRh and Corlsch each
put up a great game In the box today , but
their support was Indifferent. Jacksonville
got one In the first on a base on balls , an
error and a hit. One was earned .In the
seventh , and one presented. Lincoln's
first bunch of threes was almost a dead
present , two of the others were earned.
Lincoln .won In the ninth on a grand bat-
tlnu rally. Score : " , , , . -
Lincoln . - . 0 0 0 3 0 0" 0 0 S G
Jacksonville 1 0000020 0 3
Uuns earned : Lincoln , 2 ; Jacksonville , 1.
Hits : Lincoln , G ; Jacksonville , 4. Errors :
Lincoln , 3 ; Jacksonville , G. Two-base hits :
Sullivan , PequlRney , Devcnney , Belt. Bases
on balls : Off Corlsch. 3 ; off Lookabaugh ,
3. Hit bv pitcher : By Corisch , 1. Bat
teries : Lookabaugh and Speer ; Corlsch
and Snyder. Time : Ono hour and fifty
minutes. Umpire : Haskell.
.Saints Wallop the Twins.
ST. JOSEPH , Mo. , June 27. ( Special Tele
gram to The Bee. ) St. Joseph defeated
Rock Island In a pietty game. The homi
team made three double plays , und McKlb-
ben's long run and one-handed catch of a
hot liner to left Held was enough to set
the fans crazy. Shlcker tor the visitors
was wild r.nd had to be relieved by An
drews In the Jlrst Inning. Score :
St. Joseph 40102003 1-11
Rock Island 2 00100100 4
Errors : St. Joe , 2 ; Rock lslandf G. Earned
runs : St. Joe , 4 ; Rock Island , 1. Base
hitsSt. . Joe , 14 ; Rock Island , 9. Two-
buse hits : Preston , McKlbben (2) ( ) , McFar-
land , Sweeney , Andrews. . Uattrrles : John
son nnd Stein ; Shlcker , Andrews and Eels.
Struck out : By Johnson' G. Buses on balls :
By Johnson ; by Shlcker , 4 ; by Andrews ,
1. Hit by pitched ball ) Stein. Left on
bases : St. Joe , 11 ; Hock Inland , 7. .Double
plays : Knelsley to Marciim ; Holllmisworth
to Stein to Marcum ; McKlbben to Stein to
Holllngsworth. Wild pitch : Johnson.
Passed balls : Zels , 1. Time : Two hours
and live minutes. Umpire : Ward.
I'rohlhH btlll Winning.
DES MOINES. June 27.-Speclal ( T < Ue-
gram to The JJee. ) DCS Molnes won today
In a closely contested game , played In a
stiff wind on dusty ground. Score :
DCS Molnes 0 00010200 3
CJuincy 0 00200000 2
Earned runs : Des Molnes , 2 ; Qulncy , 2.
Two-base hits : Mcl'Mcldon , Graver , Holmes.
Three-baBO hits : Graver , Holmes , McDou-
gal , Double plavs ; iMcKaiUlou ( alone ) .
Bases on balls : Off Burtell , 1 ; off McDou-
trnl , 2. Struck out : By Burrell , 3 ; bv Mo-
Dougal , 3. Passed balls : Johnson , 1. Time :
Out- hour and thlity minutes. Uniplte :
Redding. UattPiles : Burrell and Jones ;
McDougal and Johnson.
StmuUnc < > f tha Team ; . .
Plaved. Won. Lost. Pr.Ct.
St. Joseph 40 27 ID GS.7
Rork Island 43 20 19 G7.8
Jacksonville 45 28 19 57.S
Lincoln 45 . 25 20 Ki.G
Omaha. 45 21 21 53.3
1'eorlB 411 21 25 45.7
DCS Molnes 4G 20 20 43.5
Qulncy 4G 13 33 2S.3
NATIONAL I.iAUK OA.MIIS.
Putay ISolhnr Tt'brnii norsu't Want the
I'cmitilit Till * Year.
CLEVELAND , June 27. Cleveland put
up two lifeless gumos today. Brooklyn had
little difficulty In winning both. Score :
Cleveland 0 02301000-G
Brooklyn 41021020 10
Base hits : Cleveland. 12 : Brooklvn , 7.
Eirors : Cleveland , 4 ; Brooklyn , 3. , Earned
I-UIIH : Cleveland , 2 ; Brooklyn , 2. Struck
out : Bv Young , 2 ; by Stein. 1. Three-base
hits ; Treadwny , Burns. Two-bane hits :
Haley ( t ) . Corcoran , Koutz (2) ( ) , Burkett ,
Tebenu , Xlmmer , Umpire : Stiigo. Time :
Two hours. UuUcrlrtt : Viitue , Young and
Ktmmrr ; Stein and Dalley.
Second tnmo :
Cleveland 0 20000000 2
Brooklyn 2 0030000 * 5
Base hits : Cleveland , 10 ; Brooklyn , 11.
Errora ; PlcNolnml , 2 ; Brooklyn , G. Earned
IUIIH : Cleveland , 2 ; Brooklyn , 2. Struck
out : By ClarkBon , 3 ; by Daub , 1. Two-
base hits : O'Connor , Double plays : Daly
and Koutz CJ ) ; Corcoran , Duly and Koutz.
Umpire : Stage. Tlmo : One hour and f.t
ty-llvn minutes. Batteries : Clarkson and
O'Connor ; Daub and Dallpy.
( irinith Piixzlcn the Leaders.
CHICAGO , June 27 , Hawko was batted
all over the Held today , evcr > Colt hitting
him nxffv. | The visitors could not do any
thing with U-iimth. Scow.
Baltimore ' . . . . . 1 U0200100 4
Base hits : Chicago , 19 ; Baltlmoie , 8. Er-
rora : Chicago , 3 ; Baltimore , 3. Earned
runs : Chlcnuo , 10 ; Baltimore , 2. Two-baso'
lilts ; Wtlmot , Irwln , Rcltz. Three-base
lilts : Pairott. Home runs ; Dahlrn. Dou
ble pluyu : Dahlen and Anson ; Kceler und
Homier. Struck'out : By ( irllllth , 4. Tlmo ;
Two hours and twenty minutes. Umplro ;
Lynch. Batteries : Grllllth and Schrtver ;
Chukc , Huwke , Inks and Itoblnson. , <
\Vr tcru > lt 'Inn Smooth for thu llra ui.
STi LOUIS. June 27. The Browns were'
toclify shut out completely by the Giants
In a poorly played game. Bcore :
St. Louis 0 00000000 0
New York 0-11
B.iso hits : St. I.OUIB , 3 ; Now York , II.
Krron : Ht. LouU , C ; Now Vcrk. 1. Darnell
runs : New York. 4. Two-b-ute hits : DaVli.
Struck out ; By Wentervplt , 4. Time ; Two
hours. Umpire ; -Hurr * . Ilntterlps : Miller
find HawloyjVIInnjDaind WeMcrvclU
, LOUISVILLK. TJIUJO . "JT.-The Coloncll
hlayrd with more Ktmferumti iwunl today ,
but the Boston * Imii iitP their batting clothes
nnd pounded MctiPfco ' ftU ' over thq punt.
Score : , ,
Bostoi ) . . . .rt i 0 1 fi 0 0 2-13
Louisville . . .lll-l IX ) 1 010000 3
rinse hits : Boston' ' IT. ; 'Louisville , 11. Er"
rors : Boston , 3 ; LfHiMYllIe , o. Earned runs :
Loittavllle. 2 ; Bostotfjl a. Two-base liltn :
nrllllth , Brown , Uniu f Three-base hits :
Tucker , Long. Horuii run,1' : Brown. Dou
ble plays ; Donns7"i'orfcr and O'Rourke ;
I OWP. Long nnd 'lficRer. Struck out : By
mivptta , 2 ; by Mf'neTVei ! Time ! Two
hours nnd five mimitcg. Umpire ! Gaffnoy.
Batteries : Stlvcttn/nm ! Ryan ; Mcnefce and
Grimm. . . ; > ,
llnU Kiic.iin ( linn1.
CINCINNATI , Jtnic 27.Clnclnnatl won
on Ha merits today , outllcldtng nnd out-
batting I'hlladclphla at critical times.
Scon * :
Cincinnati . 0 * 7
Philadelphia , . 0 02001000-3
Rise hits : Cincinnati , 9 ; Philadelphia , C.
Errors : Cincinnati. 3 ; Philadelphia , 4.
Earned runs : Cincinnati , 4 ; Ph'ladelphla ,
2. Two-ba.so hits : Holllday. McPhce , Cnn-
nvnn , Thompson. Three-base hits ; Hoy.
Double plays : Turner,7 Delehnnty nnd
Relllj- . Struck out : By Parrott , 2 : by Woy-
hlng , 3. Time : One hour und llfly mln-
nten. Umpire : Einsllc. Butteries : Vaughn
und Pnrrou ; Cross and \Veyhlng.
1'lniKM Win liy > luKiliif ; .
IMTTSBURO , June 17. Plttsburg made It
three straight by hard hitting In the sev
enth nnd eighth innings. Scoie :
Pittsburg . 0020005 1 * -ll
Washington . 0 10010020 4
Base hits : Pittsburg , II ; Washington , 12.
Errors : PlttHbutg , 3 ; Washington , 7.
Earned runs : Pittsbiirg , 5 ; Washington , 1.
Two-base hits : Smith , Lyons. Three-base
hits ! Lyons , Glns cock , Gilbert. Struck
out : By Gumbert , 3. Time : Ono hour und
fifty minute- ) . Umpire : McQunld. .Bat-
terles : Gumbert , Mack and Morrltt ; Mer
cer and McCulre.
Standing of the
Played. Won. Lost. Pr.Ct.
Baltimore . 49 So 14 71.1
Boston , . 51 3G 18 6G.7
PlttBburg . Gl 31 20 G3.0
Brooklyn . fil * 31 20 GO 8
Philadelphia . 48 23 20 G8 3
Cleveland . 4S 27 21 GG3
New York . , B3 29 24 G1.7
St. Louis . , 51 23 3t 42.G
Cincinnati . CO 20 SO 40.0
Chicago . Gt ' 18 33 32.1
Washington . 7V3I 1G 38' ' 29.0
Louisville . 51 12 39 23.5
\VI.STiiSN : I.RAtiUf , OA.MKS.
Minneapolis Uxrs Ilp-Anothrr 1'alrof
MINNEAPOLIS , Juno 27. Two of Kansas
City's pitchers were mauled In the game
today. Minneapolis won as she pleased
Minneapolis . 2200G42G 0-22
Kansas City . 300200030
Base hits : Minneapolis , 26 ; Kansas City
1.1. Errors : Minneapolis. G ; Kansas City , G
Earned runs : Minneapolis , 12 : Kansas City
7. Two-base hits : Crooks , nines , Wilson
Vlsner , Sharp. Home runs : Crooks , Burns
HInes , Werden , Vlsner (2) ( ) , Manning (2) (
Ulrlch , Sharp. Double plays : Sharp , Man
nlng and Klusman ; Donahue nnd Manning
Hulen , Crooks and Werden ; Wilson am
Werden ; Crooks nnd Hulen. Struck out
By Sowders , 2 ; by Daniels , 3. Umpire : Ker-
Ins. Time : Two hours nnd nineteen min
utes. Batteries : " Sawders. Parvin and Bur-
rel ; Daniels , Mauck and Donahue.
Ilrcvrcrir Still looting.
MILWAUKEE , Jt'ine/:27.-MIlwaukee / los
again today. It was 'because of poor field
work. Score : " ' ' * " ;
Milwaukee . . ' 0 i',0 ' 0 0 1 2 2 0
Sioux City. . . . . . . O-1 ? . ' ! 03021 I
Base hits : Milwaukee , 13 ; Sioux City , 12
Errors : Milwaukee , , GnSjoux City , 4. Earnec
runs : Milwaukee , ,1.S&iux ; City , 4. Two
base hits : GennsfrL.ohman. | | Three-base
hits : Newman , .CJJiigman , Carn Double
plays : McCauley und , , .Newell. Struck out
By Stephens. 1 ; bv Cunningham , 1. Time
Two hours. Umplcc ; r herlda . Batteries
Stephens and Lohmah ; Cunningham and
Twlneham. " 5
Hooslcrs WoftlPyt , the Start.
TOLEDO , June 2 tThe visitors won by
free hitting and burmUiiffiOf the plays of the
home team In tbe Hist Inning. Score :
Toledo . : . . . " . 0" ! " ,0 0 1 0 0 0 3 G
Indianapolis . . .t.'M"0 n0 0 0 ' 1 0 > - C
'Base hltsj Tole < 16WirtndlanapoIlsi.t ! '
cors : , , Toledo , , 3.i Indianapolis , 4. Earne
runs : Toledo , " 4 ; Indianapolis , 2. Struck
out : By Hnughey. 3 ; by Cross , 3. Three-
base hits : Dalrymple. Two-base hits
Mills , Dalrymple. Double plays : Mills ,
Shields and M.otz ; Cross , Shields and Motz
Umpire : Baker.- Time : One hour and flftj
minutes. Batteries : Haughey and Sum
mers ; Cross , and AVostlake. . '
Almost Time a'hoy Won.
DETROIT , Mich. , June 27. In a loose
game the tfreams won from the Granc ;
Rapids. Score : '
Detroit . 02105060 2 1C
Grand Rapids' . . . . 3 14
Base hits : Detroit , 16 ; Grand Rapids , 15.
Errors : Detroit , 7 : Grand Rapids , 7. .Earned
runs : Detroit. 12 ; Grand Rapids , 3. Two-
base hits : Dungan (2) ( , Carrrol , Wright ,
Callopy.Threebase hits ; Hurley (2) ( ) .
Home runs : Everett (2) ( ) . Earl , Carrol. Dou
ble plavs : Everett to Glenalvin Everett
to Earl ; Earl to Everett to Glenalvin to
Earl. Struck out : By Pears , 2 ; by Rhines ,
4. Time : Two hours and ten minutes. Um
pire : McDonald. Batteries : Pears and
Hurley ; Ilhlncs and Spies. .
Standing of the Tunnix.
Played. Won. Lost. Pr.Ct.
Sioux City . 48 38 10 .79.2
Minneapolis . . . . . - . . 60 23" 21 G8.0
Kansas City . . . , . . , 49 28-21 57.1
Toledo . 51 * 29 22 GG.9
Indianapolis . 53 23 s 30 43.4
Grand Rapids . 51 23 31 42.6
Detroit . . . 5fr 17' 33 31.0
Milwaukee . 41 11 30 2G.8
IVILL W1NU 'Uai VV TODAY.
Omalm'B I.uit Clash With Poorla for tlio
Soi Ins L'onius TliU Afternoon.
This Is ladles' day at the ball park nnd
the management has prepared for a great
crowd. One of the Interesting features of
the srame here this summer Is Its popular
ity with the- Gentler sex. . Everv day there
arD ( many of them present , and their spark
ling eyes and booming' faces encourage the
ISourkes to deeds 6f valor nnd enhance the
general Interest Incalculably. They are all
Invited today , when no admission will be
charged , nnd a blnr crowd Is surely forth
coming. This Is the last game of the pres
ent series with Peorla , and Captain McVey
says nothing will do but another signal vic
tory. He has not yet had sufllclent revenge
for Tuesday's dump. " and will endeavor to
again convince the Distillers that they are
In It only by suffgrance. Following are the
; > osltlons :
Dmiiha. Positions. Peorla.
MoVey , First Purvis
Munyun . . ? . . . . , Secpnd . - , , Dolehanty
Fear f. Third ,7. . . Carroll
Uoyle , . . . . . .Short. . , , . . : . Nulton
F'cdroos , . , , 'Left. . . , . . . , . . . , . .Shaffer
Seery , . . . ? ; Middle C.-VT ; . . . ? : . , Flynn
llo.mke Right Somers
Ucirnn . . . , , , . , , Gatolu , . . Terrlen
McMackln t Pitch. . . % Beam
Pctur'H Voluo totlll Strong ,
SAN FHANGISCOftfjUHe 27.-Peter Jack
son , the colored heavyweight champion of
England arid A'ustrJft l ' | laughed when he
learil of Jlni Cprbfjt' ajikloty ( o meet
ilm In a finish rontwt. )
"If Corbett only mua.na half what ho
says , or Is reported : IjjjBnvd said , he will
lavu very little trqulpp lu' getting on a
second meeting wlttuwSi" Paid Peter. "I
can assure you niytjnrhila are nil aware
that I have , been doing everything that It
Is possible for" me th * da. with the nlm of
drawing th J Amerf'-'ftTiijiliamplon Into the
ring ngaln. " 'slu -
So far as the fight Is concerned , Jackson
states thnt any locpJUv-ivlll tmlt him , except
ceptFlorhla , " vhere i > Ii- play will not be
guaranteed a colored man. Jackson will
leave on Sunday for ICngland , where he
hopes to meet Corbett and have u flnnl un
derstanding us to time nnd place for n
meeting that Is to decide Uie heavy weight
championship of the worm.
llllilrvth I nil 'Irani Ii > fi > ilt ( > il.
IHLDUI3TH , Neb. , Juno 27.-(8peclnl ( to
The Hee. ) The base ball club of Hlldreth
was defeated yesterday by n picked nine.
They played for t" > 0.
Champion I ill ford Arciiltt | il.
INDIANAPOLIS. Junti J7.-E. D. Fulford ,
rlmmplon wing shot of tlu > world , was ac-
lulttcd In the criminal court of the churoe
of uttemptlni ; to bribe a Jury , Fulford was
iiTi-sU-d pcverul months ago on the charge
> f fiiiliczzletnent of funds from the Long
Mstnnca Telephone company , whose fore
man he was , TlilH caee was nolle proseimled
n account of n faulty Indictment.
KilUun Out cif Uuuetir.
OHANOli , N. J. , June 27. Edison passed
i comfortable night and his condition today
s much Improved. Mrs. Edison says she
( links that all danger has passed.
It's cool and refreshing at Courtland Beach.
RELATIVE TO THE OREGON
Some Naruoj that Appear on the Slates
for FoslUona Unilor McNdll ,
BEN CAMPBELL FOR TRAFFIC MANAGER
Will Tnho the Portluml Jj'rolght Agent front
the Overland Other i'linngos in Olllco
l''oroci ' Will Droji the To'ichore'
Ituto 1 Iglitn.
It was announced at Union Pacific head-
qt.arters yesterday morning that lien Camp
bell , assistant general freight agent of the
Union Paclllc at Portland , was slated for
the position of traffic manager of the Oregon
Hallway and Navigation company under lie-
celver McNelll , And there Is considerable
color to this rumor , as It Is asserted posi
tively by a gentleman who ought to know
that Mr. Woodworth. who went to the Iowa
Central from tha Union Pacific at the In
stance of Mr. McNeil ) , would remain
with the Iowa Central people under the new
The segregation of the Oregon Hallway
nnd Navigation company will really give the
freight department of the Union Pacific
more work to do than under the existing
arrangements , as Mr. Campbell has con
siderably larger force In Portland than In
Omaha and has virtually the business of the
Pacific division on his hands. The work
now done nt Portland by Mr. Campbell will
have to be done at headquarters here , nnd
will glvo some of Mr. Munroe's subordin
ates a chance to post up on through business.
Mr. Campbell will retain the whole of his
force and carry them over to the Oregon
Hallway and Navigation company.
Messrs. Livingston and Gavin of the
freight and passenger audlors' olllces of
the Union Pacific leave today for their new
positions under Auditor Benson of the Oregon
gen Hallway company. Ten other clerks
from Mr. Southard's , Mr. Young's and Mr.
Van Kuran's olllces will leave during the
next month for positions which have been
made for them.
As to the policy to be pursued by Mr. Mc
Nelll toward the Union Pacific , the best
Infoimcd officials state that there will be
undoubtedly a close traffic arrangement ,
even closer than exists between the Union
Pacific and Gulf company. It Is thought
tht Oregon company will occupy n neutral
position as between the Union Pacific nnd
Southern Pacific for business originating
In the Sound country , allowing those roads
to hustle for business which must naturally
come via the Oregon Hallway and Navigation
company. Mr. McNelll. It Is known , feels
\ery friendly toward the Union Pacific and
everybody Is correspondingly happy that the
divorce has been secured.
NOT WOKTII FIOIIT1NO TOIt.
Western 1'nMcngor A Hnchitlon l.lnos Will
Ignore ( lin ( 'lit In Teachers' Iiit : .
CHICAGO , June 27-The Western Pas
senger association roads have almost con
cluded to ignore outside competition in re
gard to the extension of. the return portions
tions of tickets for the National Educa
tional -association meeting nt Asbury Park.
The situation was thoroughly cnnvessed
at today's meeting , nnd it was found thnt
the entire business would be so extremely
light that It would be next to madness to
reduce one way westbound rates for the
sake of securing any portion of It. It Is
certain that no action In that direction will
be taken until It Is found that the market
here Is stocked with return portions of the
excursion tickets , and that general business
Is being seriously affected by their manip
ulation. Before deciding on iinv definite
course , however , It was arranged that one
more effort should be made to have outside
lines withdraw their extension notices nnd
adhere to the original restrictions. If they
refuse It is altogether likely their notion
will bo ignored until It Is seen that It Is
seriously affecting tha general business of
competing Ijnqs , and when that Is demon-
( Rtnvtnd . the association roads will go In. . nnd
redUce oneway1' rates. Another meeting
will be held tomorrow to give an oppor
tunity for outside roads to be heard from.
AtchlHon Intends the Tlnin I.lmlt.
TOP.EKA , June 27. The Santa Fe rail
road today announced an extension of the
time limit for the return on the special ex
cursion tickets to the National Educational
association convention at Asbury Park and
the Christian Endeavor convention at
Cleveland. By deposit of tickets with the
lolnt agent at Asbury Park on or before
July IS an extension will he allowed for
return to September 1. By deposit of
tickets with joint agents at Cleveland on or
before Julv 17 , return privilege will be ex
tended to September 15.
The Rock Island announced tonight that
It would meet all extensions on eastern
Union Pacific's Dormirrpr Overruled.
DENVER , June 27. In the federal court
today Judge Hallett overruled the demurrer
of the Union Pacific Railroad company to
the application of ex-Governor John Evans
to have the election of directors of the
Union Pacific. Denver & Gulf railway set
No IJoycott nt Portland.
PORTLAND , Ore. , June 27. Trains on
the Oregon division of the Sputhern Pacific
have not been affected so far by the boy
cott of the Pullman company. All trains
left tonight on time.
Superintendent Bancroft of the Union
Pacific ut Denver Is in the city.
Messrs. Duxbury of the Baltimore & Ohio
and Branch of the Erie are In Omaha.
General Manager E. Dickinson of the
Union Pacific has returned from Chicago.
General Passenger Agent Lomax Is again
at his desk In Union Pacific headquarters.
Sco the slide for life at Courtland Beach.
ComiiioncritiPiit ixcrrUe of the College nt
Ilojcl'H Last Kvonlng.
The sixteenth annual commencement of
Crelghton college took place last > night at
Boyd'a theater. Six students were grad
The graduates , together with the rest of
the pupils of the school , occupied the stage.
The theater was filled with a largo and
fashionable audience , who were very liberal
and enthusiastic In applause.
The followlng program was rendered :
Modern Ethical Delusions .
Overture Martha . Flo tow
The True Standard . Philip F.-lIcEvoy
Hedonism . Albert V. Kinslcr
Chorus Come Where the Lilies Bloom. .
. . . Thomson
University Glen Club.
Altruism . Charles 1' . Morlarty.
Positivism . Frederick M. Hall
Song Massa's In the Cold , Cold Ground
. . . Arr. M. C. J.
Valedictory Sovereignty of the People
. , . Patrick E. McKllllp
Crelghton Grand .March. . Schcnk
Conferring of Degrees , , . . . . , . , . , .
Masters' Orations :
Socialism . . . Chniles E. Fumy
Caesarlsm . Kdwurd 8. Furay
Song Soldiers' Chorus . .Giffu
Distribution of Ptemlumn .
Finale Washington Post March . Sousa
The names of the graduates arc : Fred- i
crick M. Hall. Albert V. Klnslor , Philip F.
. , economy
I doesn't buy what it
doesn't need. Indices- *
'tipn ' , BiliousnessSick- |
_ J He.idache , do not
O need a dollar's worth
of doctor , but a
§ quarter's worth of
\ a Ho * . / * iflfl- ?
Price > s cents. ( T lcle )
© ooooooooo o
McKvoy , Patrick E. McKllllp , Charles 1 .
Morlartjr , John S. Murphy. The Rold incilnt
for the highest honors of the clans was won
by Albert V. Klnsler. Gold medals were
also given to Mr. KlnMor for the best Kng-
Halt oasuy and oxrcllcncy In the oratorical
contest. Patrick B. McKllllp won the $7
prize for first place In th ? IntercolleRlato
contest In English composition between the
Boven Jesuit colleges of the United States.
The third place was taken by Albert. V.
The degrees of master of arts was con
ferred upon James II. Pealnxly , M. I ) . ,
1'aul Qrossmnnn , M. I ) . , Charles 13. Furay ,
A. II. , Hdnard S. Xuray , A. II.
Coal miners at Ashland , Ky. , are return
ing to work.
Miners In the vicinity of Altoona , Pa. , re-
sumrd work yesterday.
The cost of the late coke strike Is esti
mated at over $1,000.000.
Two hundred ami fifty minors at Spring
Oiilrh , Colo. , struck yesterday.
The sale "of the Memphis Appeal-Avalanche
lias been continued by Chancellor Heard.
A severe \\lml and heavy raltt did great
damage In the vicinity of Knoxvllle , Tcnn.
New York prohibitionists , In convention
yesterday ar Syracuse , nominated a full
John S. Dcach , accused of wrecking the
Prairie City , Ind. , bank , was acquitted yes
The Penn rolling mill at Lancaster , Pa. ,
which has been Idle for some tlmo , has
A statement Is published In Ottumwa that
the Milwaukee & St. Paul will absorb the
John Uneger , an extensive butcher at Lan
caster. Pa. , was closed on attachments ag
gregating $ SS,000.
Oscar Peterson , James Doggett and Daniel
Connors , three miners , were suffocated at
Cripple Creek yesterday.
The fourteenth annual convention of the
International llahncmaun association Is lu
session at Niagara Tails.
Mr. Edison's condition Is favorable. Ho
Is expected by his physicians to be around
again within a few days.
The tenth annual encampment of the
Missouri Sons of Veterans concluded Its ses
sion at Sedalla yesterday.
Zlmrl Dwlgglns , W. G. nentley and John
Green of the defunct Columbia National bank
at Chicago have been Indicted.
Hen C. Streetor of Oshkosh , WIs. , and
George Sliucox of Waupaca were drowned
while sailing on Lake Wlnnobago.
The Postoillce department has Issued In
structions that China and Japan malls shall
still go forward via San Francisco.
A bill has been Introduced In congress
asking for a charter for an electric railway
to run between Washington and New York.
A Jury has been secured for the trial of
Klmer C. Sattley , cashier of the wrecked
Kansas City Safe Deposit and Savings bank. ,
Ex-Judge Bucher , who was nominated by I
the Pennsylvania democrats for congress-
man-at-large , peremptorily declines to ac
The War department has been requested
to furnish troops to keep prospectors off of |
the Ulackfoot Indian reservation In Mon
Miners In the Rochester & Pittsburg Coal
company's mines at Punxsutawney , Pa. , held
a meet'iigyesterday and decided to resume
The house committee on commerce yester
day agreed to report favorably the Nicara
gua canal bill prepared by the subcom
Gc-vernor Grceuhalgo of Massachusetts has
vetoed the bill to allow the Hell Telephone
company to Increase Ha capital stock to
A mass meeting of miners In northern
Colorado has been called to meet at La
Fayette tonight to decide whether to join
the strike or not.
It Is rumored In Chicago that John I ) .
Sherman , vlco president and general man
ager of the Chicago stock yards , has ten
dered his resignation.
A barge In tow'of the tug International
from Roston for New1 York was sunk by a
collision with an unknown steamship and
her crew of four drowned.
Government officials are closing In on the
men who blew up the Hock Island bridge at
Hound Pond , OU1. , last week. Several well
known men have disappeared.
Miners -Palmyra and Purtuge counties ,
Ohio , have , effected a settlement and re
turned to woik yesterday. The Mahonlng
valley miners have also returned to work.
Ex-membqr.1 of the Pittsburg Philharmonic
society have brought suit In equity against
John Duss and the other members of the
organization for the appointment of a re
ceiver. , '
The Bureau of American IJepubllcs has
been notified that the harbor improvements
have been completed at Barrios , Guatemala ,
and that ships drawing twenty-two feet can
come up to the wharf.
Maryland miners went over to the Min
eral county mines In V 'est Vinglnla yester
day and compelled the men to quit work.
Deputies came to Jiiclr rescue and the
miners went back to uork.
A tall man with a long beurd called on
Rnbbi B. Mayerowltz nt Kansas City and
announced that ho was the Messiah. He
had received the Intimation from the divine
spirit while working in the fields In Michi
gan and "Here I am , " he added.
for infants and Children.
" Costorla l3soircllalaptc < l tochllilron that
I recommend It as superior to auf prescription
Lnown to nu > . " H. A. Aitcar.n , JI. I ) . ,
Ill 60. Oiford Ot. , UrooUyn , N. Y.
"Tlio use of 'Castorla | j BO nnlveiral anil
Its mcriia o well l.iiown that It u-croa n uork
of nupcrcrogatlon to cndorho It , . Tow nro the
JntiUlfrent famllliw who do not loop Cobtorla
Tvifuln ensy roach. "
C.UIL0.1 SUllTYS , I ) . I ) . ,
New York City ,
DANGERS OF DRESS ,
How Moti niul Women Ititn ( Irrnt IlUlc *
During thn hummer In tlio Wnjr Tliejr
Are Clothed ,
Few people think nt this time of the year
of the great Importance of dross.
In the winter people dress warmly becrumo
they know It 1 n necessity , but In tha Bum-
iner.lieii It la hot , they go to the other ox-
trcino und even dress too lightly. Hot
weather causes people to line light clothing ;
but middernly the wind change * , the nlr
becomes chilly , iinil n cold Is pretty Certain
to be the result.
Now , where most people make n mistake
Is In not guarding against these midden
changes quickly nnd In time. Any man or
woman who iw.q on a light mitt of clothing ,
, u < l fooln n chntiKo which litlngrt a chili ,
Bhold at once counteract the or III. This can
only be done by the two of som pure stimu
lant , not ginger * or hot drink u but n pure
medicinal \Milshoy that will ru'rcah the sys
tem , rauso the blood to circuit-to. nnd brlnjr
nbout Immediate lenctlon. Tli re Is but ono
medicinal whiskey that will lo this , niut
that Is Duffy's Pure Mult. It linn tor twen
ty years accomplished ulmt hns never been
known before In countcrnctlnr UIP Ilrat
symptoms of Btiddcn colci i.ml preventing-
the possibility of pneumonia , fevers nnd nil
the distressing complaints which follow any
It should be remembered , however , that
Duffy's Pure .Malt Is the only whl'key which
will certainly accomplish this , and however
much dealers may talk to the contrary. It
alone should bo taken.
Always Reliable , Purely Vegetable ,
Perfectly tnstelCBS. cloKantly cnntnl , purne ,
regulate , tuiilfy. clennic mul MmiKthcn. HAD-
\VAYH Pi M.8 for tinMiri - of nil iltaonlera of
Hitntniniih , Ixmcls , kliliioys , IHinKli-r , nrrvou *
ilfsouifs , illz/lness , XertlKO. ioitl\ono s , pllon.
SICK HEADADHE ,
FEMALE COMPLAINTS ,
All Disorders of the LIVER.
Olnorvo the follow Ins s > m | > tnmi , rosultlnc
from dlnMii's of tin' illKi > stlniKutix : Coinlliiii-
lion , Imvnril iilli-s , fullness ot blood In tlio limit ,
ueldlty of the xtomndi , nnumm , tiiMitlmrn , dla-
Kust of fie < l , fullness ofolKht of tlio stonmch ,
Hour ctiiutatloiiB , Hlnkt.iR . ( > r Hutterlng of the
heart , clioUnR or sulToc.itlnK seinatloim wlieu
III a lylni ; iicMiure , dlmnoHi of vision , itotH or
vcbs before tlip FlRlit. fer nnd dull pain In
thu nciul , deficiency of iierxphatlon , > ellowncBa
of the skin and o > r , p.iln In the side , chest ,
llmliH. and nuiUlen IHiahos of heit. burning In
A few doses of IlADNVAY'fl PILLS will fre
the 8 > atem of all the above named disorders.
I'rioo " 5 con Is it Itox. Mold by Oruiri-lata
or Hunt li.v ,11ml.
Send to 1)11. ItADWAV * CO. , Ioclc Box 3031 *
Nuw York , for Hook of Adxlee.
ChocoSat = Menier. '
Ills reasons arc :
Tea ami Coffee create nervousness with
a people too nenous already ;
Hitter Chocolates are not n't to make a cup
of chocolate ; cheap ( sweet ) chocolates are
impure , hence injurious !
COCOA is no more like CHOCOLATE
Ili.ui Skimmed Mill : is like Cream.
Cliocolat-Menier is an ejquisite Vanilla
Chocolate , as nourishing as meat , as low
priced as oilier beverages , and far superior.
Ask for yellow wrapper. Your grocer has it
GO Wuliuih At. . Clilrngo-SU U' .
CHARLES ST. PARK
Ciistiirla cures Colic , Constipation ,
Sour Ctoniach , niarrha-a , Kructatlon ,
Kill * "Worms , glvca bleep , and promotes dl
Without Injurious inculcation.
'Tor screral years I have recommended
your ' CaAtorla , ' and thall tilways continue U
do no as it haj invariably produced beneficial
KnwiN ! * . I'Ar.nnn , II. I > ,
liSth Gtnxt und 7th A > o. , New York City
Tun OEXTjicn COJIPAV. 77 Muniu' Smrtrr , NEW Voiut Crrr.
Oon'i Fool WiJh Your Eyes
Ueaditclio OausoJ by Eye Strain.
lliiny p monn vchuto hcaili nro coiiitnntly ach *
Inu > > a\u no Idea what rcllu : Bcltmtlllcully IIc-
ixl clat i.- \\lll ulvu tlioiu. Tills tlitn > ry U nuw
unhi-rsally r tiil > tUlicil "liniuopcrly lltu-d Klu -
n. will liuunully Incrcnie the tiuublo und inair
Iratl to TOTAI < HMNUNUSS. . Our nblllty to nJ-
jupl Klusen wifely nnd cuircctly Is ttyoncl que *
Hon. Consult us. L'yca ti-otcd free of dunce.
"HE ALOE & PENFOLD CO. ,
Taxton Hotel ,
\V. I. SKYMOUK CiKAJi .VHJ Ofl'IOIAJf.
Ol'KUA ANP BKAUI.N'O iit.\33K3 I JOIC FOU TUG GOLD LION.
EXACT SIZE ' PERFECTS
TUB MERCANTILE IS THE FAVORITE TEH CENT CIGAR.
eulo bi nil First Class Doalora. Monufnoturod by tno
F. R. KICK MERCANTILE CIGAR CO. ,
Factory No. 301 , St. Louts , Mft.
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