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2 THE OMAHA DAILY 33ljEj THURSDAY , 3IAY 30 , 1895.
SIR VISTU WINS THE DERBY
Backed by Hundreds at 9 to 1 , He Galloped
Home in Easy Bljle ,
LORD ROSEBERY SCORES A VICTORY
Inunnnsa CroiTcl Outliers nt Kpinni to U'lt-
lic the Content In Winch llio Hporty
Premier of Knglniid DMtnnccs
All Competitor * .
* KPSOM DOWNS , May 2D. Sir Vlsto won
the Derby. There were fifteen starters , Sir
Vlsto Is owned by Lord Rosebery.
There were fifteen starters , as follows : A.
D. Cochrane's Heck Hampton , T. Cannon's
Curzon , Colonel North's Galloplan , air J.
lllundell Maple's Kirk Connell and The Owl ,
J. II. Houldsworth's Laveno , Sir V. John-
clone's Levar ; II. McCalmont's Raconteur ;
Lord Roscbery's Sir Vlsto , Mr. Russell's
SloWslep , Mr. Falrle's Solaro , L. Hrassey's
Clilulabos. General Randolph's The Brook ,
Lord Kllcsmero's Vlllercs , and 0. A. Rallls'
The betting at the start was 9 to 1 against
Sir Vlsto ; 33 to 1 against Curzon. and 100 to
8 against Kirk Connell. The result of the
race was as follows :
Lord Rosebery's Sir Vlsto won. Mr. T. Can
non's Curzon Rccond , Sir J. lllundell Maple's
Kirk Connell third. The horses were sent
away at 3:21 : p. in. In Ideal racing weather.
Mr , llrassey'B Chlblaboa led until tha horses
were descending the hill , when General Ran
dolph's The llrook took a slight lead. On
turning the straight Mr. A. 1) . Cochrane's
Deck Hampton took up the running , followed
by Mr. Cannon's Curzon , but Inside the dis
tance Lord Roscbcry's Sir Vlsto came along
with a rattle and won In 2 minutes , 43 2-5
Ecconds. Mr. Falrlo's Solaro was fourth.
Lord Rosebery also won the Derby of 1891
with his bay colt , Ladas. Ladas was ridden
by J. Watts.
HAD COMPETED I1EFOKE.
Sir Vlsto , the derby winner , was trained
by Matt Dawson. Ho ran well In the 2,000
Rulneas. but was two length ! ) behind Laveno
nt the finish. Kirk Connell , the third horse ,
was originally the property of Mr. W. A. A.
Cooper , but was purchased recently by Sir
John Ulundell Maple for 5,000 guineas. He
won the 2,000 guineas and defeated Mr. H.
McCalmont's Recontcur and Lord Rosebery's
Sic Vlsto. This caused the race of today
to be one of the most open derbies In years ,
all calculations having been upset by the
performance of Kirk Connell , Sir Vlsto and
Itacontcur , and when Kirk Connell ran un
placed In the Newmarket stakes and that
event was easily captured by another horse
of Sir Ulundell Maple , The Owl , the prophets
were more at sea than ever.
The victory of Sir Vlsto was the occasion
for a demonstration equal to that which
greeted the victory of Lord Rosebery's Lndai
last year. The prince ofValea was cheered
when his 2-year-old bay colt , Courtier , by
Hampton , out of Marguerite , won the Cater-
Jiam plate earlier In the day. The Caterham
plate la of 200 sovereigns for 2-year-olds and
flllles. Originally. Mr. Richard Croker's
llfille , Meade , Montauk , Herbert II and
Natty Ilumpo ( dead ) were entered for the
event. All the American horses were
Americans held a foremost place In the
crowds which turned out to witness the
Derby race. It Is estimated that there were
1,000 men and women from America upon
the grounds when the first race of the day
was called. The most prominent of the
transatlantic visitors chose the old way ol
reaching- Epsom , traveling on coaches , which
started from Trafalgar square , and from the
front of the Savoy hotel. On the first ol
the coaches to leave 'bo Savoy were Joseph
Manley of Augusta , Me. , and Mr. Whltelaw
Held. A second coach carried Mr. and Mrs ,
Kugone M. O'Neill of Plttsburr ; ; E. T. Barnej
of Cincinnati , W. 0. Mackey of Chicago , and
iMrs. Reeves' and daughfdr of Baltimore ; t
third had -among Us passengers Mr. C. T
Crane of St. Louis , Mb. ; and Congressmar
JlcCall of Massachusetts.
In addition to these there wore a largi
number -of coaching parties composed ol
prominent New Yorkers. Among them won
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh J. Grant , ex-Judge Lestei
Holmes. Mr. Peter Morris , Mr. Henry Gllsey
Mr , Hitchcock , Mr. Charles Frohman ant
Mr. John E. Giles.
IT WAS A ROYAL CROWD.
The great changes which have marked
each succeeding Derby for several years
past were more marked than ever today
The glory of the road to Epsom when every
body used to make their way hero or
coaches nii'l all sorts of stylish carriages
Is almost a thing of thepast. . Of course the
road today all the wfty from London was
alive with vehicles of all descriptions , bul
now all the English "swells" avoid the long
dusty , noisy journey , which necessitates i
start from London before 9 n. m. , and In
stead tlrey breakfast quietly at their usua
hour , take their usual airing In Hyde parl
and at 12 or 1 o'clock they proceed quletlj
to Victoria or Waterloo railway station am
ore whisked down to the race course In hall
on hour. There were a largo number o :
public coachss , hansoms and carriages of nl
sort * crowded along the rails opposite thi
grand stand before the race today , but thi
celebrities whom everybody goes to see wen
nearly all on the other Bide , seated la theli
boxs In the stand or strolling on the pad
docks , but there were the usual crowds o
minstrels , gypsies , boxers , men on stilt
and other familiar features of Epsom or
Brightest sunshine and a gentle breez
brought a large crowd to the Downs. Naz
rnlla. Khan , the second son of the nmcer o
Afghanistan , who accompanied the prince o
"Wales and his sulto to the races , wasth
center ot much curiosity. The duke of Cam
bridge , the duke and duchess of Baxc-Co
burg-Gatha , the duke and duchess ot Con
naught , the duke and duchess of York , thi
duka and duchess of Teck and other mem
bers of the royal family were also present
The royal party came to the Downs on i
special train about noon. The scene wa
then a most brilliant ono and among thos
who were present In the enclosure when tin
race started , In addition to those alroail ;
mentioned , were Lord Rosebery , the pro
mlcr ; the carl of Cork and Orrery , the duk
of Westminster , the duke of Beaufort , th
dnko of St. Albans , the duke of Devonshire
1'rlnco Soltykolt , Earl Cadogan , Earl Coven
try , the marquis of Zeotland and Earl Dur
1mm. The summer costumes ot the ladle
formed a magnificent blaze of color and I :
every way the scene was one which mus
have delighted all present.
AMERICANS QUIT WINNER.
The Americans were unusually fortunat
In today's betting. Richard Croker won o
the first race by backing Courtier , th
prince of Wales' entry. Mr. Croker backc
Courtier simply because ho had heard tha
the prince of Wales backed one of th
Croker horses at Newmarket. Mr. Crokei
however , lost his winning on Courtier b
backing the Owl for the Derby. Mr. Joscp
II. Miuiloy presented a letter ot IntroJui
tlon from the late secretary ot state , Wa
ter Q. Greslmm , to Lord Rnsobcry on Mor
day last. The premier received him mos
cordially , and , chletly owing to this , Manle
selected Sir VUto to win the Derby an
won enough to pay a largo portion of th
expenses of his European tour. Probabl
the most fortunate of the Americans wa
Mr. Henry Oxnard , the sugar mtlllonali
ot Nebraska. Ho said : "I had the sain
err rorro.v , u.uw ; I.IXK OF
Anticipating tha Ulgtil
of the Subscriber to Participate In
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DOOK DEPARTMENT ,
Omaha , Neb ,
belief In Lord Itoscbcry'a luclc that I bad
In President's Cleveland's luck , and I
backed Sir Vlsto. "
Congressman McCall of Massachusetts
backed Curzon for aplace. . He selected
Curzon owing to the marriage of tit. Hon.
George Curzon to Mies Mary Letter of
Washington nnd Chicago. Mr. W. S. Fer
guson ot Plltsburg , Pa. , ex-Mayor Grant
of New York , Mr. Peter Morse nnd Mr.
Foxlmll were nl o blc winners on the Derby.
I.OOKT.U VKIIY MUUI1 1,1 III : A JOIl
Cmh Slnnn'A Itlclo on St. Augtutlno ntSt. .
ST. LOUIS , May 19 , Six events were
witnessed by 3,000 people at Fair Asso
ciation park today. The talent was utterly
routed , not one of the elx fuvorltoH coming
In first. In the fourth race all bets were
declared off. Cpsh Sloan , v.-ho had the
mount on St. Augustine , who was heavily
played , was put on the rack by < ho Judses ,
who charged him. with pulling hh mount.
Action on his case was deferred until to
morrow , when all the testimony will be
hoard. The suspicion of the public was
aroused by the fact that the knowing ones
iimoni ; the bookies were laying 2 to 1 and
- ven money for u place on St. Augustine ,
First race , three-quarters of a mile : Motile
(8 ( to 1) ) won , Geraldlne (3 ( to 1) ) second ,
-ottle Mills (9 to C ) third. Time : l:14-y : , .
Second rnc-f. three-quarters of a mile ,
oiling : Matuion (10 to 1) won , King Him
T. to 1) focond , Uelle of the Wi-st ( I lo 1)
bird. Time : 1:17. :
Third rare , one mile : Cicely ( G to 1) won ,
Ace (2V ( , to 1) ) second , 151 Hey (3 to B ) third.
Time : f : .
Fourth rnce , five-eighths of a mile , purse :
mthHin ( G to 1) won In n walk , Powers
10 to 1) ) second , Salvador (10 ( to 1) ) third.
Time : liO1All bets declared off.
Fifth race , flvo nnd a half furlongs :
: -aura F (2'/j ( to D won easily , Ida (4 to 1) )
ii-cond , Merry Thought ( I to 0) third.
Time : 1:09. :
Sixth race , live-eighths of a mile , purse :
Llzelg (10 ( to 1) ) won. J. A. Grey (2 ( to 1) sec-
jnd , Hen Lomond (5 ( to 1) ) third. Time : 1:02. :
iUOM : > HAY AT IIKI.MUN1' 1'AIIK
part Prove * Inciting with flood Attend- ,
unco unit No Tool Selling.
PHILADELPHIA , May 20. The second
lay's racing of the Intercity meet nt Del-
mont Driving park was well attended to
day , although there were no ixiols. The
second event was exciting , out of seven
icats flvo horses figuring as winners of
iieats. The race was unfinished. Summaries :
2:21 : chm , trotting to harness ) , purse J-WO :
Charley H 1 1 1
Queen Alan 442
ady II 287
: \lng Harry 3 .T 9
Uncle Josh , n 7 8
Antecono r. r > l >
Grace \V 7 fi fi
Holla llyan 398
Time : 2:2H' : , 2:18' : , , 2:1S'4. : '
2:25 : class , pacing to harness , purse $300
. 'unfinished ) :
Klltlo Greenland -t 1 S 2 1 2 2
, \rlon r. 1 4 4 G 7 7 5
Insoot , Jr 10 798981
.Izalo 9 9 r r C C 6
Simon 2 2 10 3 4 dr
Allen J 3 5 fi 7 C 4dr
Clan Alpine t 6 fi 7 9 3 B dr
Pickaninny 710 8 dls
Hilly West dls
Tlmo : 2:20Vi. : 2:174. 2:17'/i , 2:19 : 4. 2.-20U ,
3:21V : , , 2:2314. :
THI : uuunits AT IIUKY
Jhlciico Dctectlvci Arrratccl at tha In-
ktiinco of thn Trunk IVoplo.
CHICAGO , May 29.-The Hammond Fair
association people caused the arrest of six
of Mooney & Holand's men who were pre
paring to make a raid on the Iloby track
today. The six men went out to the track
and when they arrived at the gate the
ticket collectors would not allow them to
enter. The oltlclals Inside were notllled
and telegraphed to Hammond that six men
who said they were constables .from that
town were on the outside of the track.
Constable Durije had state warrants ready
for service If the men should appear , nnd
upon receiving the telephone message
ctarted with three- assistants for the
track. Arrlvlngi at the track ho placed
thorn under arrest nnd took them to Hnm-
.inoinl , where they -were held In bonds of
JOX ) each on the charge of Impersonating
on olllccr. Just after the third race Con
stable Wall of Hammond marched Into the
ringwltlu three assistants and placed
Frank Williams , who runs a book , nnd
three of his employes under arrest. He
stated that ho arrested them for gambling
nnd that the authorities at Hammond will
make a test case of It. The men were
taken to Hammond , where ball was procured -
cured , and the cases will come to trial In
a day or two.
Not n rovorlf Won nt I.iUnnlu.
CINCINNATI , May 2D. Attendance nt
Latonln today was 5,000. Track fast and
weather very hot. Not n favorite won. In
any of the six races. Results :
First race , selling , jiurpo , seven furlongs ;
Pcabody (12 ( to 1) ) won. Beatlllco (15 ( to 1) )
second , Vida (8 ( to E ) third. Time : 1:23. :
'Second race , Rolling , purse , one mile :
Conjecture (1 ( to 1) ) won , Strathroth (3 ( to 1) )
necond , Peytonla (10 ( to 1) ) third. Tlmo ;
12 % .
Third race , purse , flvo furlongs : Elusive
(4 ( to 1) won , Cllsslo D (5 ( to 1) second , La
Galondrlana (8 ( to 1) ) third. Time : 1:02. :
Fourth race , six furlongs : The Reaper
(9 ( to 1) ) won. Lady Diamond (0 ( to 5) second
end , Lindoletto (25 to 1) third. Time : 1:15. :
Fifth race , four nnd a half furlongs ;
Gratify (7 ( to 2) ) won , Oracle (20 ( to 1) ) sec
ond. John Havlln (6 ( to-1) third. Time : 0:5(5. : (
Sixth race , selling , purae , seven furlongs ;
Captain Drane (3 ( to 1) ) won , Addle Huchann
(7 to D second , Yellow Rose (1 to 1) ) Ihlrd ,
Time : 1:29. :
Wlnnrr * nt 1'nr District.
SAN FRANCISCO. May ! 23. Favorites
won the first three races today , tlio other
two polns to well played second choices ,
First race , five furlongs , 2-year-olda : Hei
Majesty (6 to 5) ) won , Instigator (12 ( to 1 ]
nceoiid , Perhaps (12 ( to 1) ) third. Time
Second race , " nno mlln , selling : Alexli
( oven ) won , St. Klmo ( C to 1) ) second , Mlnnlt
Uoach (7 to 1) third. Time : I:4P * .
Third race , one mile : Chnrmlon ( tvnn ]
won , Mr. JIngle ( even ) second , Don Caesar
(5 ( to 1) third. Time : 1:42V& : .
Fourth race , live and n half furlongs ,
selling : Sir Richard (3 ( to 1) won , Realiza
tion (7 to C ) second , Dlue Dell (12 ( to 1 ]
third. Time : lOStt. ;
Fifth race , six and n half furlongs : Me.
Light (3 ( to I.won. ) Rico (15 ( to 1) ) second ,
Thelma (8 ( to t ) third. Time : 1:21.
Frntnrcs of fr I MIMII | ' Ciiril.
NKW YORK. May 29.-Tho Drooklyr
Derby will be run nt Gravesend tomorrow
The Derby Is for 3-year-olds at n mile ant
n Quarter and Is worth In the vicinity o !
f5,0U ( to the winner , The private sweepstakes
stakes forIllllss , 2-year-olds , at five fur
longs , In which four will start , should nisi
prove an attractive contest. The sinal
number of starters has reduced the valut
materially , but It Is still worth $3.100. Tin
cntrlo for the two star events are :
Prlvato sweepstakes , flvo furlongs : Lor
rulno , Axiom , llessle Drowning , llellq Amle
The Drooklyn Derby , mile and a quarter
Counter Tenor. 127 ; Kennan , True Penny
Konnot , Sir Galahad , 122.
ItrxuUA nt Itnliy.
RODY , May 29. First race , eleven-six
tcenths of a mile : Dark Day won , Will
Arab second , Ida Sauors third. Time
Second race , one-half mile : Sccurlt ]
won , Fischer second , Casslo Nlel third
Tlmo : 0:51V4. :
Third rnco. eleven-sixteenths of a mile
Hello of Springfield won. Lizzie N second
Tlppccatioe third. Time : 1:10'A :
Fourth race , eleven-sixteenths of a mll
Chlawell won , Yucatan second , Helen Wrei
third. Time : ItlTU.
Fifth race , three-quarters of a mlle
Governor Hagood won. lil Reno second
Abana Hey third. Time : 1:1S.
Illrnlicrccr Cum tha Mllr.
LOUISVILLK , May 29.-M. F. Dlrnbcrge
won fre laurels today at Fountain Ferrj
track. He lowered the mlle record for tin
Hying start , paced , the time being 1:45 : ( hit
The former record , IMS 3was ! held b' '
Tyler , ajid wna made at Wultliam. Octobe
27 , 1S9I. The quad team that paced Dim
bergcr was composed of O'Connor Terrll
Coburn and Hamilton. Dlrnberger hung 01
to the quad until they reached the stretch
where they gradually pulled away fron
him , llnlshlng first by about fifty feet
Dlrnberger finished teed and strong am
the feat was accomplished with npparen
lleut the foreman.
Last evening a brewery workman namei
Stein , who had been discharged during th
day from Krug's brewery , returned nni
vaulted Foreman Rtfbb. Stein used a rt
volvcr as a club , and gave llubb a lerrlbl
beating. When be had veqted his rage th
angry brewer n > d ' ° South Omaha , and ha
not yet been arrested.
B h men ? fq nonunion
LOPEZ WAS A GOOD THING
Started at 15 to 1 , Was Soon Backed Off
the Board and Won Easily ,
TALENT'S ' DAY AT UNION PARK RA ES
W'l o Uojn Tick rive Winner * mill dot
llouil Prices on Suinn of Them
Small Crnml mill ImllfTcr-
cnt lliiulng ,
Yesterday was the talent's day beyond
cavil or dispute. Out of the five events
carded the smart boys picked out only five
winners , and for once the bookies got It
from both ends and the middle. It may
have been that the malicious and Indis
criminate rumors that have been circu
lated In tha ring , paddock and loam dally
have upset the calculations of the gentle
men on the block more than they have the
public. Any way the latter were tha gain
ers yesterday simply becauss they got a
false price on the best horses In the- differ
ent events. In each case the presumption
being that the best horse was "dead. " Take
the last race for Instance , a six furlong
dash , for which Lopez opened up at IS to 1
and was successively cut to 8 to 1 , G to 1 ,
oven money and finally expunged entirely
from the board , the bookies refusing to bet
ngalnst the big gelding at any odds. And
ho cantered homo a winner and the band
played a "Man's Best Friend Is Ills
The crowd In attendance was not so good
as It has been , the misses holding off prob
ably until today , when the beautiful will
witness a jam. There are six good events
on the card , ono of which , the- mile handi
cap , will alone bo worth the admission.
The hurdle race not filling was declared off
and a half mile , with twenty-two entries ,
substituted. Summaries :
first race- four furlongs , $100 : Gray Baf
fle , 125 ( Uaach ) , 5 to 2 , won ; Linden Hey ,
122 ( Stenny ) , 4 to 1 , second ; Li HOSP , 117
( Wood ) , C to 1. third. Time : 0 : i. Faus-
allght , John P , Parole , Hnttlln , Columbus ,
W T , Hen Harrison , lied. Buck and Lou
llodgers ulso run. Columbus and W T
left at the post.
Second race , five furlongs , purse $125 :
Iciylp , 102 ( Hart ) , even money , won ; Mnpln
Leaf , 105 ( Williams ) , C to 1 , second ; Earnest
L , 97 ( Conrad ) . 4 to 1 , third. Time : 1:0216. :
Wild Hrlar , May View , Northwestern. John
H , Thurman. National , Jr. , Eraco and Lady
Gatewood also ran.
Third rnce , six and a half furlongs ,
purse $125 : Post Boy , 115 ( SCublcr ) , G to
5) won ; SnarJey , 103 ( Smith ) , 3 to 2 , second ;
Ono Dime , 111 ( Hart ) , 8 to 1 , third. .Time :
l:23Vi. The Indian , Gray Duke , Harry
Smith and Murccllus also ran.
Fourth race , six furlongs , purse $125 :
Ed Glenn , 110 ( Smith ) , even money , won ;
Cyrus. 112 ( Reed ) . G to 1 , second ; Willie F ,
119 ( Conlln1 to 1 , third. Time : 1:17V4. :
Ktllo Wilson , Keystone , Elmo , Deoton , Vic
tor Curl , Wcstbrook , Governor Doles , Billy
Travcs and Catlln nlso ran.
Fifth race , six furlongs , purse $125 :
Lopez , ( Hebo ) , even money , won ; Miss
Adillc , 100 ( Hart ) , G to 1 , second ; Hello
Stout , 103 ( Lynch ) , C to 1 , third. Time :
1:16 : % . Sir Charles , Mean Knough , Hoe
lee , Mnrtha Smith , Craft , Long Ten and
Hopper also ran.
GAUD FOR TODAY.
First race , live furlongs :
Harry T U5 | Midway 107
Hen Harrison 110 Parole 122
Earl 107 Nellie Castile 110
My Violet ICSplcle Tiger 107
Little Dick 107'Mlss ' Addle P5
Tulla Cane 1021'oweshlnk 122
Billy Travis ! )2ilda ) O'Nell 122
Second race , live furlongs , selling :
Hopper 113 Pearly Mills 102
VictorH 110 John P 110
Gold Cup 93Uucy Day 10S
Hluustonc 117 Republic 107
Idylo 10S Flora A 105
Holster 110 MnrMo Hock 113
Craft 107. Knnras Girl 10J
Wicks 110 Gypsy Maid 80
Moss Terry ; 113' '
Third race , six furlongs :
Idyle 107 Onze Ill
Turk 112 VJrglnlto 107
Harry Smith 115 Lopez Ill
No'.llo T. . . . , 112 Martha Smith 107
Pony Hob 109 Post Boy Ill
Borderer 12i ! Belle Stout 10D
Fourth race , handicap , one mile and 100
Charles P 103 Craft 95
Billy Sunderland. 105 Little Nell Ill
Constant lot Joe Woolman 93
Pat Mnlloy , jr. . . . 100
Fifth race , seven furlongs :
Sir Charles 106J Artlpss 101
Joe Woolman 107 Dump 10G
Mlque O'Brien. . . . 103 Lconcll 1M
Bill Arp 10J Dakota 104
Deceit 101 Morelles 101
Grey Duke 107 Wild Huntsman. . 105
Sixth race , four nnd a half furlongs :
Fausallght 100 EfflG Wllsoo. 105
Ben Harrison llSBIlly Trnvls 92
Moss Terry 112 Tommlo Lee 107
Little Dick 112Tulta , Cain 107
Wild Drier 92Craft : 107
Minnie H 107 The Indian 101
Dump 107. . Victor B Iu7
Holster 110 Pearly Mills 102
Router 122 Lucy Glitters 115
Millie D 112,1113 , Honor 102
MONUMENT TO GENERAL RUSK
IScnuMfnl Mcmurlnl Over tlio Nesting Plnce
of "Uncle Jerry. "
Invitations have been Issued to the formal
indication ot the monument to General
Jeremiah M. Husk , to take place In Veroqua ,
WIs. , on. Memorial day. Ex-President Harrison
risen and .members of the cabinet In which
General Rusk served are among tlios : invited.
The dedicatory address Is to be delivered by
Colonel John C. Spooncr.
The stone which is to be unveiled has al
ready been placed in position , and Is like
the man whoss career It commemorates
plain , strong and towering. It Is placed In
the center of the double family lot , towering
high over all the others In the Inclosurc.
On the heavy moulded base Is the family
name "Rusk , " In raised , polished letters.
Above this Is a die block with polished tab
lets on the four sides , on the front or east
ono of which Is engraved an epitome of Gen
eral Rusk's public career , as follows :
JEREMIAH MCLAIN RUSK.
Horn June 17 , ISiO.
Died Nov. 21 , 1S93.
Kntered U. 8. Vol. Army July , 1SC2 , an
Major of 25th WIs. Infantry. "For gallant
and meritorious Bervlco during the war , '
and "For conspicuous gallantry at the battle
of Salkchatchle , S. C. , was brcvettcd colone
and brigadier general of the U. S. Vols. ,
March. 1865. "
Bank comptroller of Wisconsin , 1866-1870.
Member of the 12d , 43d and 41th congresses.
Governor of Wisconsin , 1S82-1889.
U. S. Secretary of Agriculture , 18S9-1S93.
This die Is surmounted by a chatt twenty-
six feet long , making the height of the en
tire monument thirty-three feet. The entire
monument Is on the obelisk order and Is
madeof gray Vermont granite. On the eldo
of the shaft above the die Is a bronze shield ,
crossed swords and a pen with the motto ,
"Non slbl sed patrlao" Not for hlmsll ,
but for his country. "
The steamer Runnels burned off Ashtabula ,
on Lake Erie , yesterday.
The Interstate convention ot coal miners In
session at Columbus declared against a gen'
The trial of Theodore Durrani for the
church murders In San Francisco has been
set for July 22.
Lee Waihlngton , a notorious colored crim
inal , of Pine Bluff , Ark. , was shot by a guarc
whlla attempting to escape.
The Times , the only afternoon paper In
Seattle , has abandoned the United press and
now takes Associated press dispatches.
Congressman Stbley nnd General Warner
announce tint the Bimetallic league will as
sist Senior Blackburn ot Kentucky In lila
Ex-Sheriff J. II. Ileckham of Mottley county
Texas , shot and killed C. W. Cook as he
stepped from tha train. Th : shooting grew
out at an old quarrel.
Daniel Weaver of Cairo , W. V . , on whose
farm a valuable oil well wit. discovered , be
came eo excited over bis good fortune that he
died from heart dlicase.
W , E. Don , the manager of a collection
agency at Topeka , was arrested In Chicago
yesterday , chtrgerl with swindling parties who
entrusted collections to him.
Judge Edson of Duluth hat decided th ? evi
dence Is sufficient to hold Mrs. S. D. Smith
on the charge of conspiring with her bus-
bind to defraud Mrs. Mnrjr Can > ron.
OF imt jioir.r.iiH ixi'i.oini :
Mulling of thojrfyiHv Strnincr Pom Pedro
tT ( tlio Sp : ii1i ! I omt.
CADIZ , May. 28 , The French steamer
Dom Pedro , mtiiA' ? for Carrlllo , Spain , has
> oen wreckcd'ioffiCurrubedo. Eighty of
hose on boardfJ vSfo drowned. The disaster
was caused by jtao 'Bursting of a boiler.
Later In thRn'day some particulars were
recalvcd hero of-'thl ) terrible disaster to the
French stcamsT/lp1 Dom Pedro , which has
resulted In th lpjsi'of ' about 100 lives. The
Dom Pedro VMJI . .n 3.000 ton steamer nnd
vns engaged In running between Havre and
he Argentine iUinibllc , calling at Bordeaux ,
"rnnco , and carried freight and passengers.
The latter wore 'mostly ' emigrants for the
\rgentlno Republic or other points of South
America. On her return trips the Dom
'cdro was generally loaded with frozen
neat. She left Harvo May 20 , last , with a
crow of forty-nine , all told , or.d eighty pas
CORRUNA , May 29. Additional details
lave been received here of the less of the
' "rench steamer Dom Pedro off Cape Cor-
rubodo , on the west coast ot Gallcla on Mon-
lay. The weather at that time was fine
and the sea calm , but the Dom Pedro struck
on the rocks which are dlfllcult to locate
even In good woathar.
There was a terrible shock ns the steamer
struck and n panic followed , especially
among the women , causing all the other pas
sengers to lost their heads. They tried to
seize boats , life preservers and other objcts
capable of supporting persons In the water.
n order to prevent the pssscngers from sink-
ng the boats In lowering them , the captain
va ! obliged to threaten them with a revolver
n his hand.
Many persons kept- afloat after the steamer
oundered by clinging to wreckage until rcs-
: ued by fishermen from the shore. It Is es-
tmated that about 100 people , most of whom
were passengers , lost their lives.
The Dom Pedro was to have taken on board
200 additional passengers at Carrllpo , nearly
ill emigrants for Argentine. It Is reported
.hat the captain and the twenty-six survivors
arc being cared for by the authorities ashore.
A'JJir AMKKlUtLS I.t Klt HE.ICIIKS 1'OltT
Trlnl Trip of thn St. l.ouis 1'roves Sat
tnry to llnlliler * anil Owners.
NEW YORK. May 29. The now Ameri
can liner St. Louis passed Sandy Hook at
2:35 : p. m. , having been on a trial trip to
the eastward. The St. Louis then headed
toward the bar , coming In through Gedney's
channel and going to the southwest spit.
When passing the Hook the flag' at the
marine observatory was dipped In honor of
the arrival of the big ocean liner , and the
salute was returned by the steamer. The
St. Louis made a splendid appearance with
hsr new ilagn. Being light , she was well
out of the waler and her upper deck works
and boats , all In now white paint , showed
off to perfection.
It was 4:25 : p. m. when the StT Louis was
made fast to her pier , the passage from
Liberty statue hfavlng bsen madp very
The following report was given out by the
ship's officers : ' Tjie St. Louis left on her
sea trial at dayjlpht on Monday morning ,
afler having adjusted her compasses. She
has steamed constantly sixty hours at vary
ing speeds to thoroughly test her boilers
and all auxiliaries. ; The trial has been most
satisfactory to'1 builders and owners , there
not being a hltb'h. No attempt was made
to attain her lilfehes.t speed. The trip was
for the purpose of putting everything in
order for her initial' ' trip to Southampton on
the 5th of Juno. "There was much fog the
first two days.
A'.iriOXAK MIXJSHSI.Y VOXCL.ll'Ji
W'lll Kurt III n I'M co Unlc 1'lttsburg Ac-
ci-plfi tliri Arremrnt.
COLUMDUS , d. , ' 'May 29. The national
miners' convention , with sixty-two delegates
from Ohio , Indiana , . Dlinols , western Ppnnsyl-
vanla and. Wes.t Virginia met today , with
President Penna injthe chair and Patrick
McBrJde as secretary.
" Penna madea'ipeec'h'reviewing the situa
tion. One point was that Plttsburg opnators
refused , as shown by a letter from them , to
co-operate with Ohio operators In a joint
convention with the National Miners asso
ciation , because Plttsburg believed the differ
ential ot 9 cents bstween Ohio and western
Pennsylvania ought to be abolished , and Ohio
operators would not consent to that.
Operators of other states then held an
Informal conference , agreeing that unless
Plttsburg would come Into an Interstate
agreement It was useless to go farther.
The present convention , he said , was to
consider the foregoing sltuallon. In con
clusion Mr. Penna doubted the ability of the
miners to sustain n strike like that of last
year. Ho said , "I don't believe the miners
of Illlonls , or In the block coal field of
Indiana could ba Induced to join In a general
suspension at tills time. "
Referring to the miners of Dearmltt at
Plttsburg , Mr. Ponna said they had to work
at wages satisfactory to themselves and
cared not whether the miners of Ohio had
work or not. The usual committees were
DcHtltntlun In O I
WICHITA , I\an. , May 29. An appeal for
aid for destitute people of part of Grant
county , Okl. , has been Issued by the
Woman's Aid society of the Presbyterian
church of North Pond Creek. The appeal
declares that there Is a strip of country ,
which Includes a portion or Grant county ,
extending from four miles south of ISnld
north twenty miles to within four miles
of Oxford , and from flve miles west of
Round Pond cost ten miles , almost to Lu-
mont. where , on account of the severe
drouth last summer and thlH apring , there
Is no grain and no vegetables , and little
grass for cattle nnd horses. There Is
great destitution , nnd unless aid Is soon
sent , many must starve.
ll > tT4 for llnwiny ,
At the First Presbyterian church last
night the prayer meeting was entirely de
voted to the memory of General John B.
Hawley. The prlncjpil talk of the evening
was given by Attorney J. C. Wharton , who
gave an extended fketch of the Ufa of the
gcnrnl from the time bo was a struggling
attorney In 1551 to his death. Mr. Wharton
assigned ns n cause for his success In life
his dep conviction ! ] and his moral courage
In holding fast to them , As other olomenu
In his charctcr the talker mentioned hla
generosity. hl3 joyousness and his gentle
ness , all of which lie thought were the re
sult of General Hawloj-'s deep and abiding
faith In Christ and the principles of
Uvitnrn I'bital Notes.
WASHINGTON , .May 29.-Speclal Tele
gram. ) Postmasters , have been appointed
as follows : , Nebraska Benson , Douglas
county , C. B. "slmor vice Joseph McGulre.
removal. South * mkota Arlington , Kings-
bury county. U. 1'armalec , vice B. K.
Baker , removed ; Kulllvan , Juruuld county ,
Klmer NesmlthV vice W. W. Goodwin , re-
A postolflce lias nen established at 55lck-
rlck , Pratt county-1 S. D. , with John Ztck-
IleJlip IlllilVd In.
J. M. Helbe yjfvi.grested last night on the
complaint of frvlfe. . who claimed that
her husband wps consorting too much with
other women hnd A beer can in the Aln-
scow block oWl Fourteenth nnd Leaven-
worth streets. ! J'lurlllendrlcka and LI 1 lie
Smith , two oft UlfM companions , were also
taken to the polli ; * station. The whole party
were having a-KCod tlmo In the building
when placed unUcrtarrest by Olllcer Kent-
frow. - " ' ' '
< lf Dliirtlerlng n MicrltT.
SANTA FfijlKj ! M. , Mny 29 Francesco
Gonzales y Dorego , Antonio Gonzales y
Borego , Lorronft 'Albrld and 1'etrlslo Valen
cia were found guilty this afternoon of
the murder of Sheriff Frank Clmve * , three
years ago. The vrlmo was the result of a
.llovcmrnU of Seguing Voiieli , Mny 20.
At Southampton Arrived Lahn , from
New York for Uremen.
At Hull Arrived Steamer Otranto , from
New York Arrived Havel , from Bremen ;
Richmond Hill , from London ; Teutonic , from
Al Hamburg Arrived Palalta , from New
At QlaiRow Arrived Circassian , from New
At Liverpool Arrived Majestic , from New
York ; 1'ennUnJ , from Phllsdelphla ,
At London Arrived Mamchuielli , from
At Southampton 3SO : n. m , Arrived
New York , from New York.
GREAT DAY FOR WHEELMEN
Road Baco Brings Out a Long List of
SOME FAST ONES IN THE CROWD
Expect to bee n Crowd I'rcscnt to WltnCM
the limuKuriitlon of tlio Onmlm
Itoiul Unco List ot
Decoration day Is always looked forward
to by the wheelmen as the day of great road
races and today will bo no exception to the
rule. There Is the Chicago , Denver , Waldo
Park , Kansas City , Irvlngton-Mllburn , and
last , but by no means least , the Omaha
road race , which the associated cycling
clubs of Omaha have labored so hard to
bring to a successful Issue. The course Is
second to none In the country and some fast
time may be reasonably expected from the
field of 'vestern flyers who have entered.
The race will start promptly at 2 o'clock
from Fifty-second and Dodge , finishing at
the same point about one-half hour later ,
thus giving the spectators a chance to go
to the University ball game , which Is to be
called at 3:30 : sharp.
To reach the course take the Farnam street
line to the end , where special busses will be
In waiting to carry you Immediately to the
scene of action. The starters , their numbers
and handicaps are :
LIST OF STARTERS
1. II. C. Gudke , scratch.
2. K. L. Potter , scratch.
3. H. B. Fredrlckson , scratch.
4. W. A. Plxley , scratch.
B. J. C. Culloy , scratch.
G. James Mach , scratch.
7. C. 1C. Dcnman , scratch.
8. D. H. Painter , ono minute.
9. G. D. Miner , ono minute.
10. E. 11. Morton , one minute.
11. John Hynes , one minute.
12. U. E. McCullough , ono minute.
13. Tom Pnrmelee , one minute.
14. W. S. Hlgdon , two mlnutos.
15. H. Holloway , two minutes.
16. F. C. Stocking , two minutes.
17. W. U. Staley , two minutes.
18. O. G. Salgle. two minute * .
19. C. M. Edwards , thrco minutes.
20. T. P. Huston , three minutes.
21. H. A. Hnnsen , three minutes.
22. J. Ross , three minutes.
23. H. L. Underwood , three minute !
24. Walter Durdlck. three mlnutus.
25. Fred Edwood , four minutes.
2G. II. S. Thomas , four minutes.
27. J. U. Hathmann , four minutes.
28. W. P. Clark , four minutes.
29. G. A. Fuchs , four minutes.
30. II. EdKhlll. four minutes.
31. C. A. Bonhnm , four minutes.
The olllcers In charge are : Sandy Grls-
weld , referco ; J. 1C. Eberyole , J. A. Cavan-
agh. F. H. Slefken , judgrs ; L. nichcnberg ,
II. Whltehouse , L. B. Holton , M. Richen-
berg , tlmurs ; II. K. Smith. C. Ilandall ,
Dave O'Brien , scorers ; nnd W. Lyle
Dickey , J. L. Llvesy , H. Schultz. G. Mickle ,
RULES OF THE RACE.
The rules of the race , as compiled by the
committee on same , are as follows :
1. This race shall fctnrt promptly at 2
2. At a signal given by the referee all
contestants shall mount and bo In readiness
to start as their names shall bo called.
3. This race Is to bo started by pistol
4. Each contestant shall bo required to
wear a number on his back corresponding
to the ono on the printed programs ,
i > . All riders shall keep to the right
throughout the race.
G. A flag shall be placed In the center of
the read at the turning point , and all riders
are required to go around the same.
7. Pace-makers shall bo barred , and non-
contestants shall keep off the course.
8. The first contestant completing the
course , being duly checked at the turning
point , shall bo declared the winner of the
9. The referee shall rule on all foul riding
and bo general superintendent of the race ,
and his decision shall be final.
10. The judges shall decide the winners.
11. Checkers and umpires shall be placed
at their respective stations and shall keep
the course clear.
First Prize Gold watch and charm , value
Second Prize Hlcvcle suit , by Browning ,
King & Co. , $15 ; s > llk umbrella , by Conti
nental Clothing company , ? 5 ; cap , by Fred-
crick & Co. , $3 : $23.
Third Prize Winchester rllle , 32 , 33 or14 ,
by Cross Gun company , $20.
Fourth Prize Repairing , by Loula Fel-
scher , to the amount of $10 ; meal ticket ,
G. M. Ilandall. } 3 ; $13.
Fifth Prlze-lOCO policy , by Illngwalt
Hros. , $7 ; standard cyclometer , by Sol
Bergman Jewelry company , $2 ; $ D.
Sixth Prize Meal ticket , by G. M. Ran
dall , $3 ; bicycle shoes , by A. D. Morse ,
$2.50 ; $5.00.
Seventh Prize Box cigars , by H. C.
Hartry. $3 ; bicycle lamp , $1.75 ; $1.75.
Eighth Prize Box candy , by D. J.
O'Brien , $3.
Ninth Prl/.e Standard cyclometer , by
Sol Bergman Jewelry company , $2.
T.-nth Prize Bicycle bell , $1.
Tlmo Prize Diamond ring , by Omaha
bicycle dealers , $ CO ; silver time medal , by
S. W. Lindsay , Jeweler , $15 ; $75.
The winner of the tlmo prize will not be
awarded any of the other prizes.
A large sized crowd of cycling enthusiasts
are expected to turn ' out and give the racers
a hearty semloff. Many of the boys have
been training hard for the race and a hard
fought race may be expected.
OH.1IIA AO.UNST .IIICAGO TODAY
University To runs to Alcot on the Diamond
in Drtcrnilncil Contest.
The Chicago University ball team will ar-
rlvo In Omaha Just before the morning
game and does not leave until Friday at
4:15. : Stagg's men come full ot hope of
adding two more scalps to their collection ,
but Captain Abbott says they will try to
be there at the scalping. The- games which
will be played today glvo promise of being
the swell society outdoor events of the
spring. General Copplnger and staff will
bo out , as also will all the swell turnouts. ,
some of which have not been sprung In pub
lic before. The University club has been
fortunate In securing the services of Lieu
tenant Wright of Fort Omaha to act as
umpire for both games , which will do away
with the wrangling which was Indulged In at
the last game. Wear the green and white
and yell for the local team , or else put on
the maroon for Chicago. Be a partisan and
enter Into the spirit of the occasion. MornIng -
Ing game called at 10:15 : and the afternoon
at 3:30. : The teams will line up in the fol
lowing order for the morning game :
Chicago. Position. Omaha.
Abclls First Abbott
Adklnson Second McAullffo
Winston Third McKelvey
Nichols Short Crelgh
Clarke Left Jelen
Hcrlng Middle Gregg
Plko Right Hlttenger
Jones Catch Crawford
Brown Pitch Fowler
In the afternoon the teams will be practi
cally the same , with the exception ot the
pitchers , when Clarke will go In for Chicago
and Robinson for Omaha.
CrloKot ( iiimo Toilny.
The match on the Grounds of the Omaha
Cricket club for Decoration day Is looked
forward to with a great deal of Interest
for the reason that it la a holiday match ,
und also because the new pavilion will bo
open to the public. The building U ono of
the best of Its kind In America nnd tbu
olllcers of the club extend 11 cordial Invita
tion to members andfrlendft to watch this
game , which Is called for 1 o'clock. All
members who Intend taking part In the
Kama are naked to bo there promptly. The
following loams have boon i > cUcted ;
Captain Lnwrlo's : W. 11. Vaughan , n ,
W. Taylor , J. C. Dovle , Ilev. J. P. D.
Llwyd , F , A. Kemp , K. 11. Burnett. Arthur
East. J. Francis , D. H. Ritchie , H. H.
Neale , B. Brown. A. D. lUbb , John Doim-
lan , Georco Gilbert , D. W. Johnson , E. J.
Hart , C. II. Young. Wallace Peake , N. II.
Am ? . A. 8. Glenne : Sub-Captain Ford'i. :
J. K , Luup. K , turinger. r. rruncis. uuo
Bolln. Charles Hill. J. Crulksliank. P. H.
Young. R. It. Young , E , J. Peake , J. W.
Dlsbrow , D. O. WalU .
Otluiuw * Lou Acnln.
OTTUMWA , la. , May . ( Special Tele
gram. ) Captain Carroll's error In the BOV-
onlh Inning today guve the visitors the
three scores. The game was the most
holly contented of the season. Score :
Oltumwa 0 00030020 6
Cedar Rnplds 000005010 0
or THI : NATIONAL
Jalco llcnklay Mnkn * a llotun Ilun > Iuit
\Vhcn ItVni Noonnl.
WASHINGTON , Mny 29.-In the ninth
tr.nlng , with two men out and men on first
and second , Hcckley made n home run ,
winning Ihe game. Tlio Holding of WashIngton -
Ington was very ragged. Attendance ,
1.80) . Score :
Washington 1 20002010-0
Plttsburg 0 03000113-8
Hits : Washington , 12 : Plttsburg , 14. Kr-
rors : Washington , u ; Plttsburg , 3. Warned
runs : Plttsburg , 2. Two-base lilts : Me-
Oulrc' , Crooks , Stcnzcl , Ueckley. Three-
base hit : Klllcn. Homo run : Hcckloy.
Stolen bases : Sellmch (2) ( ) , Crooks (2) ( ) . First
base on balls : On Maul , 1 ; off Klllcn , 4) )
oft Hnwley , 1. lilt by pitcher : Hy Hawley -
ley , 1. Loft on bases : \Vnshlngton , Gj
Plttsburg , 2. Struck out : Ity Klllen. 4 ;
by Maul , 1. Wild pitch. Hy Klllen. 1.
Hatterlcn : Maul and McGulre ; Hawley ,
Mack , Klllon nnd Sugdcn. Tlmo : Two
hours and fifty minutes. Umpire : 'Kcefe.
CAPTAIN DAVIS LOST Til 13 GAMI3.
NEW YORK , May 23. Knauss. Clarke
nnd Ruslc look turns al pitching In 11 post
poned gnmo today , but the Quakers won
In the twelfth Inning on Davis' error , A
steal nnd singles by Hallman nnd Thomp
son. Score :
Philadelphia ) 200C0011100 1-11
New York 22103010100 0 10
Hits : Philadelphia. 18 ; New York , 15.
Rrrora : Philadelphia , 3 ; Now York , 7.
Karned runs : Philadelphia , 8 ; New York ,
6. First base by errors : Philadelphia , 4 ;
New York , 1. Left on bases : Philadelphia ,
13 ; New York. 9. First base on balls : Off
McKlll , 1 ; off Knnusa , 2 ; off Ittisle , 1.
Struck out : Hy McGllI , 3 ; by Knuus * , 1 ;
by Clarke , 4 ; by Rusle , 1. Three-baso lilts :
Van Haltren , Delelianty , Thompson. Two-
base hits : Harmon , Schrlver , Dolohanty ,
McGlll. Sacrlllco hits : liannon , Van Hal
tren. Stolen bases : Hamilton , Hallman ,
Delehanty. Davis , Thompson , Doyle (1) ( ) ,
Van Hnltren. Hit by pitcher : Doylo.
Wild pitch : Knauss. UHtterlos : McGlll
and Uuckley ; Knauss. Clarke , Ruslc ,
Schrlvor and Wilson. Time : Two hours
nnd llfly-ono minutes. Umpire : Long.
STANDING OF THE THAMS.
Played. Won. Lost. P.Ct.
Plttsburg aO 22 8 73.3
Cincinnati 31 20 1101.5
Chicago 31 19 12 fil.3
Cleveland 30 IS 12 CO.O
Philadelphia 27 15 12 55.C
Hoston 2ti 14 12 53.8
Baltimore 23 12 11 C2.2
New York 27 13 U 48.1
Brooklyn 27 11 IB 40.7
St. Louis 31 H 20 32.1
Washington 2S 9 19 33.3
Loulsvlllo 20 G 21 19.2
Games today ( two each : Cleveland nt
Brooklyn ; St. Louis nt Hoston ; Chicago nt
New York ; Cincinnati nt Philadelphia ;
Louisville at Baltimore ; Plttsburg at Wash
SCOHKd OP THK WKSTUUN LKAUUK
Minneapolis Uets the I. ait O mo from the
Iliiitllnq ; lliKMlcrrf.
INDIANAPOLIS , May 20.-Tho hitting
was even nnd heavy on both Bides , but the
visitors got theirs when hits counted most
nnd won by n rally In the ninth. Doth
teams llelded well. Score :
Indianapolis . 20400033 012
Minneapolis . 3 0 0 0 4 1 0 2 3-13
lilts : Indianapolis , IS ; Minneapolis , 18.
Krror.s : Indianapolis , 1 ; Minneapolis , 2.
Batteries : Nlcoll , Wlttrock and McFnrland ;
Frazer and Wilson.
TOLEDO , O. , May 29.-Score :
Toledo . 0 30200000 5
St. Paul . 0 0040120 * 7
Hits : Toledo , S : St. Paul. 4. Errors :
Toledo , 3 ; St. Paul , 2. Batteries : Dammon ,
Petty and Roach ; Mullune , Pepper und
DETROIT , May 29.-Scorc : .
Detroit . 00233104 1-11
Kansas City . 0 1500000 O-i !
Hits : Detroit , 17 ; Kansas City , 14. Er
rors : Detroit. 4 ; Kansas City , 2. Batteries :
Gayle and Twlnoham ; Stultz and Hcrgen.
GRAND RAPIDS , May 29. Score :
Grand Rapids . 0-11
Milwaukee . 0 00022004 8
Hits : Grand Rapids. 15 ; Milwaukee , 11.
Errors : Grand Rapids , 3 ; Milwaukee , 2.
Batteries : Donahue and Earle ; Baker and
Dolan.STANDING OF THE TEAMS.
Played. Won. Lost. V.C't.
Indianapolis . 23 IS' C 75.0
Minneapolis . 23 II 9 C0.9
Grand Rapids . 25 14 11 DG.O
Kansas City . 23 12 13 48.0
Dutrolt . 23 11 13 47.8
Milwaukee . 25 10 15 40.0
Toledo . 25 9 10 Sfi.O
St. Paul . 23 8 15 34.8
Games today ( two onch ) : Minneapolis at
Toledo ; St. Paul at Indianapolis ; Milwaukee
at Detroit ; Kansas City nt Grand Rnplds.
Conventions Win on u ncriiicli.
DAVID CITY , Neb. , May 29. ( Special
Telegram. ) The Conventions of Omaha und
the David City ball club played to a fair
crowd at the ball park In this city this
afternoon. The homo team got rattled. In
the eighth Inning and lost the game.
Conventions . 0001013 4 - 9
David City . 1 00131100-7
Hits : Conventions. 7 ; David City , 7. Er
rors : Conventions , 12 ; David City , 0. Base
on balls : Off Reed , 1. Hit by pitcher : Ity
Rcod , 1. Struck out : By Rood , 11 ; by
Mcllvalne , 7. Batteries : Mcllvalno and
Hayes ; Reed nnd Muupln. Umpire : Frank
Haulli aldci Won It.
The South Sides defeated the Crelghton
College second team In a close and ox-
cltlng game of seven Innings. Feature of
the game was the pitching of Hayes , who
struck out fourteen men and had the op
posing batters at his mercy. Score :
College . 1 020100-4
South Side . 1 202010-6
Hits : College , 0 : South Side , 9. Krrors :
College , 7 ; South Sldo , 3. Batteries : Quln-
Ian and McGinn ; J. Hart and Hayea. Um
pire : P. Daly. _
llllnoli DofmiU loivn.
IOWA CITY , la. , May 29.-SpecIal ( Tele
gram. ) The University of Illinois' ball
team badly defeated the University of Iowa
nlno huro today by a score of 14 to 3. The
game was foutureless , excepting the splen
did pitching of Klngman of Champaign.
the Illinois team's fielding and the bail
support given to Bailey of Iowa , who
pitched n rood game. Only two lilts wcru
made off Klngman.
Su'fMnrit Won In n Cnnter.
DENISON , la. , May 29.-Speclnl ( Telo-
grom. ) The Fort Omaha team defeated the
homo team today by the following score :
Denlson . 2 00000401-7
Fort Omaha . 42C21000 0 14
Batteries : Lang , Marquctto nnd Grlllln ;
Bubletts and Duberry.
Close ( in mo nt Oberlln.
OBERLIN , O. , May 29-The University
of Cornell base ball team played here this
afternoon against the Oberlln team. Scoie :
Oberlln . 0 00000000 0
Cornell . . 00010 0000 1
Cornoil'a Crow Sulli.
NEW YORK , May 29.-Cornell'8 unlvor-
slty boat crew , which will compete In the
Henley regatta In July , sailed for England
today on board the American line steamer
Western Aiouolntlon ( hiino Toilny.
Western association clubs will play two
games each today as follows : Omaha nt
Peorla ; Lincoln at Qulncy ; St. Joseph tit
llockford ; DCS Molnca ut Jacksonville.
A CERTAIN CURK FOR P1LKS.
A Now I'repurnllon , Mate , 1'aliilcaf , Conven
ient mid Lasting Cure tor Till * Troublu-
We do not Intend to indorse any except
articles of real merit. Wo therefore take
pleasure In calling attention to n new pile
cure which has been remarkably successful
In curing every form of Itching , bleeding or
protruding pllcc. The remedy Is known as
the Pyramid Pile Cur and U recommended
by tlio bent medical authorities on account
of Its absolute eafcty , cato of application
and Instant relief from pain.
The Pyramid Pile Cure contains no opium
or other pol ° n and docs not Interfere with
dally occupation \vhll3 using- People who
believe nothing but A surgical operation
would cure them have been astonished at
the results from a Mnrjlo SO-cont pnclcnge of
Mrs. Mary C. Tyl r of H ppnor , Ore. ,
wrIUs- Ono packHKO of Pyramid MM Cure
i-ntlrely cured me of plica from which I have
suffered for years nnd I have nevoi had
Ihe slightest return ot them tno.
Mr. B. O'Brien. Hock IJ I tiffs. Neb. , xnyi ;
The packaiK of Pyramid Pllo Cura nntlroly
removed every trace of Itching plies. 1 can
not thank you enough for It.
The Pyramid Pllo Cure In sold by all
druggists at DO cents anO $1 per package
Treatise on rouse and cure of I'tlei" mulled
l''ranld Co. Albion ,
free by addreiiliiK ) : ,
Munyon's Rheumatism Cure Is guaranteed
to euro rheumatism in any part of tlio boily.
Acute or imuculnr rheumatism can bo cured
In from ono to flvo days. It speedily cures
shooting pains , sciatica , lumbago nud all rheu
matic pains lu ( lie back , Iilp and lotus. It
seldom fulls to glvo relief after
one or two doses , and almost Invari
ably cures bcforo one bottle lias been used.
I'rlco 25 'cents mid 60 cents.
STOMACH AND DYSPEPSIA CURE.
Munyon's Stomach and Dyspepsia Ctiro
cures all forms of Indigestion and MnniRch
trouble , such as rismg of food , distress after
eating , shortness of breath and all affections
of the heart caused by Indigestion , wind on
the stomach , bad tasto. offensive breath , losi
of appctlto , falntness or weakness of stomach ,
headache from Indigestion , soreness of stomach
ach , coateJ tongue , heartburn , shooting pains
of llio stomach , constipation , dizziness anil
lack of energy. Prlco 25 cents.
Catarrh Positively Cured Arc you willing
to spend CO cents for a cure that positively
euros catarrh by removing the cause of the
disease ? If so ask your druggist for a 20-
cent bottle of Catarrh Tablets. The catarrh
cure will eradlcato the disease from the sys
tem and the tablets will cleanse and heal the
afflicted parts and restore them to n natural
and healthful condition.
Munyon's Llvor Cure corrects headache ,
biliousness , jaundice , constipation and all Uvor
diseases. Price 25 cents.
Munyon'i Cold Cure prevents pneumonia and
breaks up a cold In a few hours. Prlco 25
Munyon's Cough Cure stops cough , night
sweats , allays rareness ; md apeedlly heals the
lungs. Price 25 cents.
Munyon's Headache Cure stops 'headache In
three minutes. I'rlco 25 cents.
Munyon'a Pllo Ointment positively cures all
forms of piles. Price 25 cents.
Munyon's Asthma Cure an.l Herbs ore guar
anteed to rclluvo asthma In three minutes
and euro In five days. Prlco 50 cents rach.
Munyons Illood Cure eradicates all Impuri
ties of the blood. Price 25 cents.
Munyon's Vltallrcr Imparts new life , re
stores lost power to weak and debilitated
men. Prlco $1.00.
Munyou'a Homeopathic Remedy company ,
1505 Arch , Philadelphia , Pa. , puts up spe
cifics for nearly every disease , mostly for 23
cents a botMo.
Sold by all druggists.
A full line of i j
MUNYON'S REMEDIES ,
On hand. Mailed on receipt of price.
T111S.ITMK X t'KXFOlM CO. ,
1103 Fainam Stieet , Opposite Paxton HoUL
All remedies mailed upon receipt of price.
Guide to Health with every
purchase of his genuine
KUHN & CO.
1C th and Dougias. Oiaalia Agency.
ordinary Ko- Constijiatloii l
Juvonator is Diizmcw ,
the most Falling Ben.
discovery of ous twitching
age. It and
lendlngiclen- Strengthens ,
tlflo men of invigorates
Europe and. and tones the
Hudjan Is Hudjan cures
purely ycgo. Beblllty ,
Mud if an stops KmlsBlonp ,
In weak orgftni.
Pains In the
back , lof&ei
LOST by any 01
quickly. Over 2,000 private endorsements.
I'roranturenets means imrotcnuy In llio flrct
etaeo. It Is a eympionj of eeraliiBl weakness
and barrenness. It can bo stopped In 20 days
by the mo oflludyan.
The new discovery was made by the Special
ists of the old fnmous Hudson Medical Institute.
H is the strongest vltalter made. It is very
powerful , but baimlcsa. Sold for Sl.OO a package -
ago orG packages for Sl.OOfplalnscaled boxes ) .
Written guarantee given for a euro. I f you buy
elx boxes and are not entirely cured , all more
will bo sent to you free of all charges.
Scud for clrcularsand testimonials. Address
HUDSON MUUIOAt , IN8TITUTK ,
Junction Stockton , inarliot A : IC11U sti * .
Man I'runulnto , Cul.
RED ROUGH HANDS
Dad cOmplcilop , lahy blcmliheii , nud filling
" " " lialr prevented l > y Cuii.
i ilvoeklu puilfylngauil l"e uU-
fjlnu BO.IJI la th * world , n
well ai pureiluud wofU-.tof
toilet mid nurieryonp , Only
euro for plmplei Iwrauiu only preventive of
of the | > err , HaM < \ \ n ln-rv.
Rowland Wm , Dailev , D. 0S
S'l ' floor Paxtoa
Finest and Best Dental Work
( iolil I'llllnz * . Crown und llrldjro Wirlc
Tcoth citractod without pain wlthoumui.
Dr. Qalley'cTooth Powda
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