Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, September 19, 1897, Part I, Page 2, Image 2

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    THE OMAHA DAILY BEE SUNDAY , SEPTEMBER 10 , 1807 ,
IJ I Ornnhn , Sept. 19 , IS ) ? ,
J The Distant RumbleOrnnhn
Of higher prices on all wool fabrics is in the air , We still hold the door open lor
you on all wool fabrics , at old prices , and shall continue to do so as long as present
stoclc lasts , but the time is not fir distant when prices will ba advanced , and we urge
our friends and customers to buy now and get the choice selections and prices far
below what they will soon be. We believe those who know us will know that we arc
sincere in what we say
OSTRICH AND
IM.UMAOE
BOAS
Lovers of the
beautiful o n n
economical can
I n d u 1 it o their
tastes here to
their heart's con-
tonUJO Inch Ostrich
lions ? -.T"i n ml
14.2.1 uiirli.
27 Inch Ostrich
Hunt 1.01 cnch.
: ta Inch Ostrich
Itiins $ . 'iX ( ) uinl
tu.oo each.
43 Inch Ostrich Boas. $11.09 i-nch.
54 Inch Ostrich Hois : , $12.00 enclt.
Jllack nnd white Plumage liana , 43 Inch ,
* 1.25. $2.00 and $2.73 ench.
lilnck ami white I'lumnge Hoas , 0 Inch ,
50c each.
Ulnck IMumnue lions , 43 Inch , 50c , Tiic ,
$1.00 and $1.23 ench.
lilnck and Navy Plumage lions , 43 Inch ,
IUBO ench.
lilnck niul Orccn Plumage Boat ) , 43 Inch ,
Jl.W each.
NOTIONS Brush Kclire Skirt Blndin-r
( ie per yard.
The A. M. W Waterproof Dress Facing.
12V4c per ynrd.
The Ideal Skirt Protector , 8c per ynrd.
Chenille Curtain Loops , 23c each. About
half price.
Hair Brushes at 2'c , 33c. 'Me , COc , 75c ,
$1 00 and $1.25 each.
Crossing Combs at lOc. 12'.4c ' , 13c , 20c ,
2i' , 30e , 3. > e , Iflf and SOc each.
TAPESTRY Wo have just received our
TABLE now line of Finn Tupostry
COVERS Table iCovor' . Fust
colors.
8-1 Knotted Fringed T.ipestry Cover , $1 . " > ' )
and $1.75.
8-4 Knnttei ] Fringed Tapestry Cover , $2.CO
nnd $2.0.
8-10 Knotted Fringed Tnpestry Cover ,
$ .UO ami $3.fiO.
LININiS ( Rcinombor we soil good lin
ing. If there is one tiling
more than 'mother lu which quality
shoi'ld lie considered it is thi > Linings
you use iu your dress. Thu appearance
iiud durability of your garment depends
largely ou the kind of linings used.
KID Now Full Gloves are now
GLOVES ready for inspection. Our
stoclc is morn extensive than
over , coniprislni ; nil the leading styles
for this season's wear. Beside the nen-
uhiL' Foster Kid ( Move , we have put in
n Hue of clasp jiloves. so we are able
to fiiinlsh our patrons the finest grades
at ( hi ; least price.
UMBRELLAS Nnw Umbrella , * for men
and 1'idles. '
Wo Imve one of the largest nnd best Fe-
* lectc'd stocks at the lowest prices ?
Umbrellaa nt $1.00 , $1.30 , J1.73 , $2.00 , $ . ' 30
and up.
A bp.uitlful line of colors In 2(5 ( Inch
changeable silks. Also the newest nov
elties that are being shown.
MICHAEL STANDS AT THE TOP
Gathers in All Eccorda from Throe to
Twenty-Five Miles.
DOES IT IN PHENOMENALTIMi OF 45:53 : 4-5
ll'ii | < Out I.CNIIII liy a Third of a Mile
, i anil Kilille tlcDulllc > iy
Ttvo-TliirilN of u
31 lie.
I10STON , Sept. IS. Jimmy Michael today
won tlm greatest cycling event over run ou
ally New England track. It was the Inter
national twenty-live mile race , on Charles
River park , and was run In the fastest
cycling tlmo the world ever saw. Michael's
coupcUorH ) | were Luclcn Lcsna of Franco
and Eddlo McDulllo of Cambridge.
It was a superb day and 14,000 people were
present. In the start olT of the three riders
'iu the < hlg race , the men caught the quads
In the first lap and Lcsna took the lead ,
making the first mlle fifteen yards ahead of
"McDunio , who beat out Michael at the tape
by , n few feet. McDtilllu took the second
Ullle by fifty yards over Michael. In the
third mlle a chain on McDullle's sextette
broke , depriving him of a pacemaker for
the lap , and ho lost the load.
Michael finished the third mlle a quarter
of a lap ahead of McDutllo. From this time
out Michael had the lead and slowly ciept up
upon both Lfsna and i lcDiillli ! , In the
twelfth mile Michael was rapidly overhaul
ing McDulllo and on the second lap of tha
jhlrteunth had paused McDullle and was
watching the Frenchman. Lcsna had trailed
a short distance 'behind McDulfln until early
Jn the opening of the eighth mile , when ho
passed the latter. Michael made his second
lap on McDuflle In the fifteenth mlle right
ol U'o ' tape , Thu struggle between the two
iiicu there was exciting. Lcsna was riding
half a lap ahead of McDutllo , In the twen
tieth mile Michael had caught Lcsna and
was In the lead again and so the positions
stood until he swept over the finish line
In 4G:5S : 4-5 , u winner , leading I.euna over a
third of a mile and over tno-thlrdu of a mlle
ahead of McDullle.
Up to this time Lcsna has held practically
II records , from three mllei to twenty-five ,
All Run Down
Hood's Snrsapnrllla Built Her Up.
111 have been in poor health ( or years.
, X was run down lu summer nnd wns with
out nny appetite. I wan advised to tuko
Hood's Baraaparilla and found that it
built mo up , ntid now whenever I am out
of order I resort to Hood's SarBaparilla. "
IDA HALLMAN , Ellimvood , Kansns.
Sarsaparilla -
parilla
Is the beat-In fact the One Tmo lllood I'ttrltlcr ,
Hood's Pills ouroTiiTIlTer lils. SJ tcmi"
NOVKLTY Wonro solUiiffboatitlful
D.RKSS ( iOODS Novnlty Dross Gootlsnt
af ) , 27ilOo , oOu , ( lOc ,
Too , . " ) ( , $1.00 , * jil.ir ! mill $1.50 jn-r yiiril.
IS IJW JnckoU this is where the tail-
STYLI5 ors luivo concantrutod tlinir
COATS mind and bruins , to produce
L'tu'ineniH fit for an Ainoricun
( jut'i'ii. \\V IIIIVB the novoltii's , as well
us llu > oli'j'iiiit iilnlnor Kiirinunts It Is
so easy to sny such and such a jiarnifiit
Is I'liciip. Hi'iiU'inlHT. thenIs nothing
clicMp In a chiMlc , iinloss Ms inailt * In thu
lati-st style and of p > od cloth. AVc will
only quote a few prices on jnckot.s.
2S Inch Jnckct , half lined , mndo of nn
excellent quality of rough cloth our
opening price Is J5.00. worth , with the
advance In cloth , $9.00.
Light Curl Astrakhan Cloth Jacket , till
lined either with nn elegnnt lustre
satin of llgured silk , nt J1000 , When
you see them you will say they are
ns good ns nny house shows nt $15 00.
NEW
STYLE
CAPES
The Latest
Style Capos
tire here not
only the Nov
elties but sen
sible Stylish
Capos , siiuh
as ladies of
the most
roflnud tusto
like to went' ,
wo show noih-
hitf but what
is now within
the lust few days
Wo Invp new Capes In cloth at fl S. ,
$3.50. $3.75. J5.00 , ST.OO. JS.CO. $10.CO. $15.01 ,
$1S 00 every one of them Is extraordi
nary vnlue.
LACES For Handkerchiefs A now
line of plain and dotted Footing
in nil widths.
Valenciennes Laces , ns fine nnd narrow
ns you wish to edge the footing and
dainty narrow Insertlngs to match.
Also verv line wide Valenciennes Lace
and Insertlngs.
New Black Laces have arrived.
New Real Torchon Laces.
New Machine Torchon Laces.
New Pillow Slip Laces.
New Cream Silk Laces.
New Mous. ellno do Sole plain nnu em
broidered.
LACE CURTAINS We carry a cmn-
pleto line of Not
tingham Ltu-p Cnrtaliw at $1.00 , $1.25 ,
$ l.r > 0. $1.75 , $ U.OO. $2.2ri , $ 2.50 , i.00 : ? ,
$ : ! . . " ( ) , $1.00 anil $ ri.0 ( ) per pair.
Brussels Net Curtains , In white and
ecru , nt $7.50 , J9.00 , $10.00 nnd $12.50 pur
pair.
SHEETS nnd Wo will place on sale
PILLOW CASES 1 lot of Fruit of the
Loom ready mndo
slieiMs.Sl.\i)0 ) , Kunriuitoi'd torn.tind Ironed
by hand , for u very low price ntHie
each.
Also ono lot of Fruit of the Loom Pillow
Cases , 45x30 , at lie each.
CORSETS W. B. Cyclest Corset , cut
away hip , in Blank , White
or tfray nt $1.00 eaeh.
High tone extra long waist Corset , made
In gray nnd black -sateen at 50c each.
MUSLIN Ladies Outinn ; Plannol
UNDERWEAR Gowns , extra wide and
very lonjj.nt $1.00otieh.
Infants' long dresses , prettily trimmed
with lace , embroidery and hemstitch
ing , nt 50c , S9e , $1.00 and upwards. '
excepting the sixteenth and twentieth mlle
records , which were broken on Thursday
last by Ollchael In his twenty-mile contest
against Lcsna at Springfield. Every Ameri
can and world's record front three to twen
ty-live miles Inclusive Is now credited to
Michael. Result :
Previous
Miles. lly Whom. . Tlecoril. Ilrranl.
1 Levnn lis 1:43 :
2 McUullle 3iO 3:32-5 :
3 Mlclmcl r.:2'Jl-r : , r > : U)3-3
Mlcbuel 7:183-3 7:30 : 3-S
. 9:0i 3-r . '
r. Mlchncl : - aiw.-l
0 Mlclmnl 10.7)4-5 : ) 11W : 1- . ' ,
7 Michael 12:4225 : 12:3M-5 :
8 Michael 14:321-5 13:003-11 :
1) ) Michael It ! : 19 2-5. 16:083-1 :
10. . „ Mlchnel 18OS 15.18:4585 . :
11.T. Mlchnel 19:5b2-5 : * :0:41 : 2-0
12 Mlclmcl : 'li'J.5 22:42
13 Mlchiicl 21:35 : 24:361-5
14 Michael 23:271-5 26:27 :
15 Mlchnel 27:1(1-5 : ( 28:211-5 :
1C Mlchnel 9C53-5 : 3 < ) :4U : 4-S
17 Michael 31:01 : 2-ii 3i:2) :
IS Mlcbnel 32:513-1 : 31:17 :
19 Michael 3I4S ; 36:153-5 :
20 Michael 20:111-5 : 3SUI
21 Mlch.ii'l ? 8:303-5 : -11:14 :
li Mlcbuel 40:234-5 : 4.Mi ! : 4-5
23 Michael 42:14 44:023 :
21 Mlchnel 41:0835 : 43:192-0
23 Mlcbuel 45J8 4-5 47:52 :
oorxrii , iuri < 'i < ' .s iiii.v'rs OMAHA.
InwiliiH AVI ll u ( ; li ) i'l > - Ciii < i < Ntiil
Cniiii * of Olckit ! > Tire ItuiiN.
A close and exciting match was played
between Omaha nml Council Bluffs at
Konntzo I'luce yesterday and resulted In a
victory for the lowu team by two runs.
Score :
COUNCIL BLUFFS.
F. Illldltch , run out 5
J. Ncale , b , W. Vnughaii 0
\V. Stephenson. b.V. . Vaugliun 0
I. .M. Treynor , b , W. Vaughnti 12
II. New , c. Spragiif , b. W. Vnughan 10
D. Wright , run out s
J. II. Slmms , I ) , O. W. Vnugh.in 1
It. Greene , I. b. w. , b. W. VuugOwn 0
J. Hess , . and b. O. Vnughan 0
Dr. L , Trcynor , b. O. Vauglmn 0
T. D.iwson , not out , 1
W. Strlbbllng , b. (3. Vnugnni 2
Hxtran 5
Total
OMAHA.
W. It. Vaughnn , 1 > . Ni'nlc 3
U.V. . Taylor , b. Slmms 1
J. li. Huynolds , b. Nenlo 2
Q. II. Viiuuhiin. b. Netile S
J. Francis , b. Ne.ilo 3
II. Lawrle , b. Neule 0
J. Utllld , b. Nenlo 0
J , DougluH , b , SimniH U
1) . II. Urotchle , b. Neato 0
K , II. Spr.igue , b Slmms , 4
F. 1C. B.irher , c. and b. Slmms S
1' . Potter , e. Now , b , Nenle 3
n. it. Younir , not out ( i
Kxtras , 7
Total
HOWLING ANALYSIS.
Council Bluffs tnnlncs :
Overc. 'McliiB. ' Huns , WktB.
W. Vaughnn 10 a 10 3
O Viiughan y 2 10 4
J. Dougljn -1 U IU 0
Omaha Innlngt :
Overs , Mdns. Iluns. Wkts.
3. Nenle 13 5 1C 8
J. H , Klmm 13 3 1'J 4
ICH | > | - Dofl-lllN Illllll.
NKW YOUK. Sept. -Kddle Bnld of Buf
falo was defeated tc.i'uy ' nt the Munhnttan
Buio bicycle race * by K. 11. Klaor of Day
ton , The race Inhlch the men competed
was the onu mile , profcaslonnl , It was the
mnln attraction and M per cent of the gate
rm'lptu WIIH divided nmong the contestants ,
I'.tld von the llrst heat , Ivlser the second ,
Cooper the third nnd Oiirdlner the fourth.
T .0 llrst hc.it In the geml-Hnals was won by
AUTUMN
DRESS
( iOODS
, That frivo
lous poraon-
, lliuutlon wo
k n o w as
I Dnino Fash-
inn m u * 31
ihavo many
a hcaducho
f r o m her
] conjuring ! )
of now
things. Denr
old soul , it's
peed aho
isn't roul ,
or , rather ,
t h a.t her
real self is
so many selves that the conjuring isn't
all for onu small head to do.
MEN'S Shaw knit Imlf hose
FURNISHINOS black , with white
soles , solid black and mottled slates , iWc
a pair. MenV extra heavy Half Hose ,
black , with white soles , IKic pair.
Men's solid color brown nnd black Half
Hose. ' 3c , ISc , 3 pair for Me nnd 25e
a pnlr.
Men's Hnlf Hose , fnncy stripes , 23c , 33c
nnd EOc.
Fancy IMnlds , 33c and Hc ) n pair.
Men's Chicago Garters , In silk , 2TiC n
pnlr.
Improved Boston Garters , with velvet
clasp , black and colored silk , 50c a
pair.
Men's Arm Bands. Sc , lOc nnd 15c U pnlr.
Men's Nightshirts , In size 14 only , re
duced from . " ) C to a" > c , or 3 for $1 00.
Men's medium weight Wool Drawers , In
sizes M nnd 34 , tXc pnlr , reduced from
$1.00.
Men's Suttgnrtcr Underwear , In medium
weight , nil > \\ool , also wool ami cotton
mixed.
Men's henvy ribbed Balbrlggan Shirts
and Drawers for fall and winter wear ,
S3c ench.
ART Wo have just received
DEPARTMENT a full line of down
Sofa Pillows in all
A pretty nssortment of Stamped Linen
Doylies , Center-piece nml Lunch
Cloths at low prices.
HOSIERY Wo have just ro-
AND UNDERWEAR ccivetl an olojjant
line of Ladioi and
children's lleeee lined Hose.
Child's fnst black Fleeced Hose , ribbed
to sell nt 23c per pair.
Ladles' black silk Fleeced Hose to sell
at 25c , 33 and -Me per pnlr.
Also n nice black cotton Ho e for ladles
at ISo per pair , : i pair EOc , that realty
would bo good value at 23c per p.ilr.
Ladles' black Hose , with mace soles ,
23c and 33c per pair , 3 pair $1.00.
A nice line of ladles' cotton fleece lined
Vests and Pants , only 2'ic a plpce.
Also a nlco line of ladles' lleece lined
Pants nnd Vests , with silk crochet , 33o.
3 for $1.00.
Bald , with Gardiner second. The second was
won by Klscr , with Cooper second. In the
tlnal heat only Klscr nnd Bald computed.
Klser won by two lengths In 2:12 : 2-3.
John S. Johnson established n new track
record of 0'33 for half u mile , nnd the New
York -County Wheelmen's quad covered n
mile In 0:57' : .
\orfnlU Will ft nt 'IV il lllx.
WAKBFIELD. Neb. . Sept. lS.-Speoinl.- (
In the northeast Nebraska tennis tourna
ment Norfolk won ttjc championship. In the
singles Wnkcfleld won. Wakollcld , I'onca ,
Randolph , Hartlngton und Norfolk were rep
resented. Norfolk was selected ai the next
meeting place nnd. the following olllcers were
elected : M. C. Hazen , Norfolk , president ; H.
Bure , trensurer-spcrotnry ; executive com
mittee , J. W. Holt , Randolph ; Charles
Slough , I'oncn ; J. G. Miller , Hnrllngton.
XVIilKliniii AVIiiN ( Self CIiiiiiiiI iiNlili.
CHICAGO , Sept. IS. Henry James Whig-
ham of the Onwcntsla club Htlll holds the
title of amateur pelf champion of the United
States. W. It. BettH , who came to the
tournament an the representative of the
Shlnnecock Hills Golf club , was defeated by
the chnmplon In the limits nt Whcnton this
afternoon. * Might up and six to play wns
the score , and nt no time was the western
man In danger of being defeated by hl op
ponent.
HiiMtliiKH Culli'Ki- Font Hull Team.
HASTINGS , Neb. , Sept. lS.-SpecInl. ( )
The Hustings college fool ball team had Its
llrst practice yesterday at the college ath
letic grounds It Is composed juincipully of
the a.lino players that made up the olevcn
last year nnd from the showing the boys
made nt practice the team Is going to be
n hard one to buck up ngnltiBt ,
St'ori'H In ( 'ln'nx ToiiriiuiiiiMif.
DI3RL1N , Sept. 18. The sixth round of the
International chess tournament waa played
today. Up to 1 o'clock the following results
were arrived at : Alapln beat Uardeleben
( retired ) ; Wltmwer boat Conn ; Schlcchter and
Care drew , as did Schiffers and Stiechtlog.
Walbrodt and Ttichlgorln ngred to call their
to the level prevailing before the war was
SUIrinlNli Klrlim ,
CHICAGO , Sept. 18.-Sklrmlt.li tiring wna
the program today on the Fort Sherldun
range. The wind wns high und ns n 091110-
quenco the scores weio otherwlie. For the
two ilnytf competitive fliltii- the totnls of
live leading contestants are IIH follows :
Private \Vorthlngton , Fourth Infantry , 2G3 ;
Private O'Ulnchnln , Nineteenth Infnntry ,
201 ; Corporal PJymell. Twentieth Infantry.
2. ) ; Sereennt Major Dugger , Nineteenth In
fantry , 2.11 ; Corporal McNamey. Tenth In
fantry , 231.
Dugger wcs given fourth place over Ale.
Nnmey , who hnd nn rqtul teora. ns he made
more points nt the greater distance.
MnvriilfiilM of Ili'filli VCHNI-IH , M > | il. IH.
At Philadelphia Arrlved-Waesland , from
Antwerp.
At Hnmburg-Arrlved-AugUbto Victoria ,
from New Yoik.
At Liverpool-Arrived Ktfurla , from New
York
At Amstenlam Arrived Amsterdam ,
from New York.
At Glasgow Arrlvcd-Kthlopln , from New
At Southampton Salled-.J'arls , for New
Yotk.
At Havre Hailed -Ln Champagne , for New
York ,
At Now Yoik-Arrived Vt-endnm. from
Rotterdam ; La Onscogne , from Havre
Sailed-Spree , for Bremen ; Campania , for
New York ; 1'hocnlcla , for Hamburg ; \Verra
for Naples ; Obdam , for Rotterdam ; An-
ohorla , for Glasgow ; Tnlngvalla , for ( 'open-
hngcn
At Delaware Breakwater Sailed Belgen-
land , for Liverpool ,
BALTllIORl TAKES ONE MORE
Wins Again , from the Quakers In an
Untjilo stSng
VISITORS AR UtfABLE TO HIT POND
IClnlirilnnx Ilroxjl-'liir Work lit tlir
llox mill Knnlilen IloMim to I'litu-
in ct > > v Vork In Uouil
Baltimore , S ; Phll.ulelphla , 3.
Boston , yj New \ork , 3.
I'lttsburg , III ; St. Louts , 10.
Wnshlngton , 10 ; Brooklyn , n.
Cnlcngo , 4 ; Louisville , 2.
Clevc.and , fl-4 ; Cincinnati , 0-3.
.Minneapolis. 1.1 ; Kansas City , C.
Columbus , 12 ; Detroit , 5.
Mllwauk'-e. 5 ; St. Paul , 1.
Indianapolis , 10-12 ; Urnnd Rnplds , 3-11.
HALT1.MOHI2 , Sept. 18. The Champions
won from Philadelphia In an uninteresting
game , Both Llpp Hid Decker were hit freely ,
whereas the visitors were unable to du
anything with Dr. Pond until he let up
In the ninth. Dago stealing by the homo
team was the feature. Attendance , 3,3G7.
Score :
lAlTlMOim I'HlI.AniM.l'HtA.
It.II.O.A.R. n.n.o.A.n.
Men raw. 3b 1 2 : 0 1 Cooley , rf. . 0 1 ! n ft
Kopler. rf. . 0 2 1 0 u Dowil. cf. . . 00100
.li'ii'lngH. B * 1 1 6 4 n Del'nnty. If 0 0 4 1 o
Kcllry. If. . 1 2 1 0 IjiJolc , Ib. . 0 1 10 0 a
Stenzel , cf. 2 3 1 0 0 ShUKHrt. us 1 2 1 3 0
Doyle. Ib. . . 1 2 7 0 0 Cro it , 2b. . . 11220
Ileltz , 2li. . . 1224 o'Nash. 31) . . . 00040
Hublnson. cO 0 C 1 6 Boyle , c. . . .
1'onil , p. , , . 1 2 1 0 0 1.11'l' . P 01000
Decker , p. . 0 1 0 1 0
Totals. . . . . S IS 27 81
' Totals 3 8 24 11 0
llaltlinore S
Philadelphia 00000000 3 3
Uarncil runs : Ilnltlmore , C Philadelphia , 3.
Two-bafc lilts : Stenzel , Doyle. Ileltz. I'uiul ,
Shugart , Doyle Saorlllce bits : Jennlngu , Hob-
Inson. Stolen Bases : JennliiR" . Kcllry , Doyle
C ) . Ueltz ( ! ) , McClraw (8) ) . Keeler t ! ) , Ktenzi-l.
Double piny : Jmnlni ? ' to Doyle. Left on bases :
Dalllniori' . 8 : Philadelphia. 7. Drat base on
balls : ore I'ond , 4 ; olT l.lpp. 2 , off Ilecker , : .
Hit by pitched hall : Decker. Struck out : lly
I'ond , 2 ; Uy Llpp , I by Decker , 2. Wild pitch :
llccker. Time : Two bourn nnd ten minutes.
Umpires : Kmslle nnd Carpenter.
BOSTON , : NKW YORK , 3.
'BOSTON , Sept. 18 Seymour's err.itlc
pitching nnd Boston's superior ileldlng were
responsible for the home club's victory lo-
dny. Klobedanz wns steady except In the
llrst Inning and be hnd good bau'.tlng. Score :
NHW YOUK.
ii.li. O.A.I : . ii.ii.O.A.I :
Ilnm'ton , ct 1 2 0 0 o Vllnl'li. cf 0 0 3 0 0
Tenney , Ib. 2 1 12 1 0 Joyce , 31 > . . .
t.owc , 2h. . . 20440 Wllmot , If. 2 2 0 0 0
Stnlil. rf. . . 1 2 0 0 o Olea-on , us 0 1 4 2 S
Dnffv. If. . . 1 1 0 0 1 M'Cro'ry. rf 1 1 1 0 0
Colllnx , 31. . . . 0 2 0 2 U rimk , Ib. . . rt 1 fi 1 o
I.otlK. ? . . . . 0 0 3 ( i 0 Warner , ift t 7 3 1
c. . 1 2 8 1 o C.ettli ; , SI ) . . 00100
KloManz. p 1 1 0 1 OJS > > in illr , ] > 0 0 1 3 1
Totals il 11 2T r. l | Totals 3 7 24 0 4
lloston 3 0 0 2 0 0 2 2 0
New York 0 J
Knrned runi : Hoston , 1 ; New York , 2. Twn-
base bits : Collln , Wllmot , Olensnn. Tlirec-
base bit : Yea er , Double play : Collins to
Lonk to Tenney. rirst base on b.ills : Off
Kloliediinz , 3 : off Seymour , 7. lilt by pitched
ball : Warner. Struck out : lly Klobedanz. r , .
rirst base on e/rtifst' Boston , 7. Time : Two
hours and live ntln'uteH. Umpire : Lynch. At
tendance : 10CCO.V f
CLKVKLA'XD , $ ; .CINCINNATI , o.
CLEV1CLAND , Sept. IS. Young perfotined
a feat today which Is said not to have been
accomplished since Hnwk performed It for
Baltimore in 'Vlf9.1shuttlng the Reds out
without a hit lit tin- first game this after
noon. I'otir of the visitors reached first base
during the game this ufteinoon. Young
gave one buse-on bulls , a wild throw by
Mclvean on ansVasyl chance gave -Corcoran
a life rind HolUdav was twice safe on er
rors b > , Wallatk ? . One i'vartjn fumble of an
easy grounder { sjnil IhV otter u wild throw
fter a line start of n shnrp lilt drive. The
latter was thepnlyHpprqach to a bit th"
visitors got , ana It--wHS by no means close
enough to mar Young's record. The second
gnme was u brilliantly .contested one , both
pitchers doing great work. In the ninth
Inning , with < ? oreoran .on third and one run
needed to tie , I owellstruck Peltx out. Score ,
first game :
CI.IVILAND. : ri.NflNN'ATI.
n.H.O.A.I ? . It.H.O.A.'E.
Duikctl. If J 1 2 0 0 Hollliluv. rf 0 0 1 0 0
Chlldi , 21) . . . Hoy. of 00200
Wallace. 3b 0 0 2 1 2 Mrl'hre. Sb 0 0 1 r n
O'Oon'or. Ih 1 2 13 0 0 lti > ckl y , Ib. 0 0 15 0 0
McKean. ss 1 033 1 Corcninn. i 0 0 1 5 0
IMck'f'B. 'f. 0 Invln , 3b..O 0130
Ileldan , rf. . 1 J 1 0 0. nuike. If. . . 0
Zlimner. < . . 003 ' . ' 0 Schrhrr , c. 0 0 2 0 0
YnuflK. p. . . . 0 0 1 3 0 Hblnps. p . . 0 0 I ) 2 0
nitchey , . .0 0 0 U 0
Totals. . . . G 8 27 13 3
Totals . . . . 0 0 24 17 1
Hatted for Jthlnes In the ninth.
Cleveland 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 -ii
Cincinnati 0 0 o i o o 0 0 0-0
riret Imoe by eirors : lly Clexeland. 1 ; by Cin
cinnati. 3. ! -eft on IKIWH : Ck-velillld. 3 : Clll-
clnnntl. 2. Klrst Iram1 on lulls : Off Youinr , 1 ,
nft niilnes , 4. Stiuck out : lly YounB , 3 ; by
llhlnes , 1. Two-li.ise lilt : Cliilds. fnrrllice hlf
dimmer. Stolen b.i i-s : Cbllds , IMekerlnB. Wild
DltchJ llhlnes. Umpire : Kellcy. Time : Ono
hour nnd thirty-live mlnutex. Alt < > mlnnci > . 2MD.
CLICVK1.AND , 4 ; CINCINNATI , 3.
Second game :
CLKVKI.ANLI. CINCINNATI.
Il.H.O.A.K. ll.H.O.A.n.
lUiikett , If. 0 2 I ) 0 0 Ilolllday. rf 1 0 3 0 o
Chllds , 2b. . 1226 0 Hey , cf 0 0 S 0 0
Wallace. 3b 0 1 I 0 0 Mcl'hce , 2b. 2 1 2 4 0
O'Con'r , 11) 0211 00 lleckley , Ib 0 1 7 0 0
McKean , sa 0 0 2 2 2 Corcoran. s o 3 2 2 ( ?
Plcker'B. cf 1 020 0 Irwln , 3b. . . 0
Ucldcn , rf. . 0 0 00 o Burke , If. . . 00300
Crlger , c. . . 1 0 9 4 b 1'eltz , c. . . . 0 1 3 0 0
1'gwell , p. . 1 1 0 4 0 Drelt'eln , p 0 0 1 1 b
TotaU4 ! > -i > - Totals . . .3 n 24 7 0
Cleveland 13000000 I
Cincinnati 2 o 0 u u 1 0 0 0 3
Karncil mils : Cleveland , 2. Klrat base on er
rors : Cincinnati , 2. Icft nn bases : Cleveland ,
5 ; Cincinnati , ( > . Klmt bate on balls : Olt Pow.
ell , I ; off Ilreltenstrln , 2. Htruck out : lly Pow
ell. 5 ; by llreltensteln , 2. Thie < Miasi liltn :
O'Connor , lleokley. Two-base lilts ; Durk < tl ,
O'Connor. Sacillli'i1 hit : Invln. Stolen bases :
Corcoran , nurkf. nieiteimteln. Donblo play ;
Mcl'hee to Corcoian. lilt by pitched ball : Dy
Powell. 1. Umpire ; Ki'lley. Time : One hour
nnd nftyjnvrt mlnutfx. Attendance. 2 WO.
I'lTTSBl'RCl , U ; ST. LOUIS , 10.
PITTSBURO , Si-jit. IS. Both teami were
playing eqitnlly poor up to the fourth In-
nlnf. when ( 'rosy strtuik out. IIo was so
chagrlnnd that he made an ugly remark to
Ilnwley as they passed and the big pitcher
landed a blow on Cro s' jaw. Both men were
put out of the game. Hughey relieved Haw.
ley and llvo runs were made off his delivery
before half an Inning had been played.
Gardner went In and pitched u line gamo.
Attendance , -afl. Score :
1MTTHWW ! . ST. LOUIR.
H.H.O.A K. IUI.O.A.I5.
1'adJen , 2I > . 2 2 a Z 0 IVK.u | , r-s
Donovan , rt 3 3 1 1 0 CTOSH , M. . . 1 0 1 1 0
Smith. U. . . 1 1 0 0 0 Mmphy. c. . 0 0 5 0 2
Uoth 'e , Ib 1 1 0 1 1 Harlm'n , .11)
Horc'ter , : il > 33103 Tinner , rf. .
Kly , sfl . 1 3 1 1 0 UraJy , Ib. .
Hroillc. cf. . 1 3 J 0 0 Ldlly. If. . . 1 2 1 0 2
Jlerrltt , r . . 0 1 11 fl 1 H'kem'n , 2I > 2 1 1 1 1
Hawley , p. . 0 0 ' 9 1 1 lljrley. ft. I 1 S 1 o
llURhry. p. . 0 0'OM ' ' Donoliue , p 0 1 0 2 1
Gartner , p. I 1' ' 0 01 o
Totals. . . .10 12 ! 4 9 9
Totals. . . .U 17-2J ru7
I'lltiitiurc - ( . . .il4 I 0 0 2 0 r 1 13
Ht. UJills , ! , ' 2210GOOO 0 10
Earned inns : IjsluirK. ) { 3 Ht , I.uiiln , 3. Two-
baip hits : ruiMfii , jSmllli , Kly , ( lardner , DOIIR-
Ui , Qrady. Thrl-e-ljise bin : Donovan , Pad-
d n , Hoffmeljter'Hacrincr ' tilts : llothfni'ip ,
llrndle C ) , ( lradV > ( 'ro ii. Mtolen bavei : Ilrodle ,
Crora (2) ( . l.ullj.i HoilK-muli (2) ( ) . Double plays :
Puddcn to HothfUfH , Donovan to Merrill. Hnr-
li-y to ( Irudi. nrxj ibanc on Imllii : Off lluw-
ley , 1. off llnglieV , X ; off Donohue. 1 Hit by
pitched ball' lly" Clardner , 1 ; by Donohue. 1.
Htruck outlly'Ilawley , 4 , by ( larilner. 4 : by
Dnnobui * . 3 lilts ff bach pitcher : Off Hawley.
S ; off HiiRhe ) , 3 fift Gardner , 4 , off Donoliue. 7
1'ansed bnll : DojIKliu' . Left on bnnes : I'ltlt-
burK , 10 , Ht. iJiuI" . S. Kliel lui-c on errors.
I'lltibure , I. St.'Loulf , 3. Time : Two bourn
and fifteen nilntlleJ. I'lnplre : McDonald
riHCAGOri ; LOU1SVILLB. 2.
CHICAOO. Sept. 18. The Colonels' battery
work was way off today. Fraser was not
hit to nny great extent , but mndn three
wild pitches and u muff , while his cntchnr
did us badlv with u very bad throw und
two passed balls. Ryan's batting ami gome
pn-tty Ileldlng by Callahan were the fea-
lures. Attendance , l.tjco. Score :
CHICAOO I i/JUISVILU : .
it.ii.o A.K. K.II. O.A.I : .
Ilyan. rf. . . . 23001) Claik. If. . . 01200
Callulmn. t * 1 1 0 S 0 BUITur.l , KH 0 1 1 3 ( i
Lanwe , rf. . . 0 ! 4 0 0 Wnxiirr. ef 0 01 00
Anton. Ib . 0 o 8 o o Xaiu-f , rf. . I 1 0 o o
Connorx , 2b 0 0 3 \\YriIen , Ib 0 1 8 2 0
Dffker , If. 0 1 2 o u Wilton , c. . . 0 0 5 1 1
MrCor'li , 31) 0 1 2 4 LCllnir'n , 3b.
Donohur , c. 0 0 I 4 0 .Smith , 2b. . < ) 1331
KrUnd , p. . . I 0 0 'i ' o. Kroner , p. . 0 o 1 2 1
Totals . . .4 S 27 13 1 Totuls . . .2 02113 b
Chicago ° 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 -4
0 0 0 1 1 0 0 V 0-2
UarneJ runs : Ixiultvilli * . 1. Irfft on baaei.
Clil-aKO , 6 : l. < iulb\lllf. r. T o-lmtie hlU : loan ,
Callahan , Decker. HlaiTord , Hmllh Three-hart-
lilts ; l iiiKf. Wcrdcn , Cllnnman. Klol n lanea
l.aiiKe , Decker Double playa , MtConnlck to
Callaian to Anion , l-'rauc-r tu Hmltli \Verdrn. .
Struck out ! lly Frloml , 2 ; by Kroner. J. 1'asjfi !
bnll ! Wilson , llasen on balls : Oft Friend , J |
oft Kta er , 1. Wild pilches : Kraoer , } , Tlmr :
One hour nnd fifty-five minutes , Umpire : O'Day ,
WASHINGTON. 10 ; BROOKLYN. 9 ,
BROOKLYN. Sept. IS. The Washington *
won today's gnme from the Brooklyn'
through timely stick work In the eighth In
ning nnd the ninth Inning , nnd ns a result
the Trolley Dodws nre bnck In wventh
place ngnln. Both 1'hlicr nnd 13ro.mehnn
were taken out of the box In the ninth In
ning. Score :
11UOOKLYN. IVASIIINOTON. I .
u.ii.o.A.i : . ! n.u.o.A u.
.tones. If 3 I nhy. If. . . . o 0101
OrlfTIn , cf. . . 1 1 2 0 1 Selbacb , If. . 0 0 2 0 C
Shlndle. 3b..O 2321 Dcttnian , rf. 1 2000
Sheckard , rf 1 o 3 o 1 Demont , 2u. 3 2 4 3 1
Ijiclmnro. Ib 0 3 12 0 0 McDulre. c..2 3 3 0 C
Shoch , 21 0 1 2 3 0 Tucker , In..2 1 fi 1 0
A. 4 < nilth , c. 1 0 3 0 o ltro n , rt. . 1 I 4 0 0
(1 Smith , w. 1 I 1 5 0 , Ilellly , 31 > . . . 1
Klsher , | i. . . . 1 2 0 1 0 , WrUli-v , ss. 0 0 4 20
1'iiyne , p. . . . 1 0 0 0 0 llre'chan , p 0 2 0 0 0
' Metoer. cf-p 0 0 0 0 (1 (
Totnli . . . .9 13 27 12 3 Farrell . . . . 0 1 0 0 0
TotnlK . . . .ID U 27 7 4
Fnrrell ImtlMl for llmttn In the ninth.
Ilroikljn 2 9
WnMilnRUm o 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 3-10
Hariird rniiR : llrooklyn , 3 ; WnrbbiKlnn. < " , .
Flrjit ! < nn prrom : llrooklyn , 2 : Washington ,
1 , l."ft nn hades : HrooUUn , 14 : WiirlilliRtnn , 1.
Hnjp oi > bnllii : Off Kls'.ier , 4 : elY Ilienielmn. 4 ;
off l'n\ne. 1. Twu-biiBt * bltn : l idianpc. ilett-
mnn , Hellly. Stolen bn en : Khcrkard , Sellncli
Sacrlllro blla : ShinHP , Fisher. Double plnyn :
Wrlsley In Domnnt , Deinonl to Tuckor. Hit by
pitched ball : O. Rmltb. I'flH'ed Imll : MrOulre.
umiilrp : Hurst. Tlnin : T o bourn nnd llfteen
minute * . Attendance , 2r 00.
STANDING OF THK TEAMS.
1'lixyed. Won. Lost. P.C.
Unltlmore 121 S7 31 71.9
Moston 123 S7 3rt 7 > .7
Now York 121 77 44 BIG
Cincinnati KO R7 M fC > .S
Cleveland H3 Kl fl1 ! R1.2
WnFhlncton 121 M f1 ! 4G.3
llrooklyn 123 56 7 4 > .B
PlttBburg 121 53 00 45.B
Chicago 122 M fiS 41.8
Phlladplphln 124 52 72 41.9
Louisville 124 61 73 41.1
St. Louts 12.1 23 5 22.S
SCOUKS OP THE WKSTI311K LK.KJUK.
i Ilfiil ( In * lIlni-M In a IjiioNi-ly
I'lujpil Caiiir.
KANSAS CITY. Sept. IS. The Blues were
benten today by MlnnenpollH In a loosely
played game. Roach was wild nnd when he
did get the sphere over the plate was hit
freely. Tomorrow's gnme will bo the Inst of
the senFon. Score :
Kansas City 0 03001200 6
Minneapolis 202000G3 ' -13
Base lilts : Kansas City , 8 ; Minneapolis ,
14 : Krrors : Kansas City , 3 ; Minneapolis .
Butteries : Kansas City , Roach and Ulan-
fonl ; Minneapolis , Phlftlpl nnd Keefe.
DETROIT , Sept. IS.-The Senators were
unable to do much with Thomas until the
seventh Inning. After that he was easy.
The locals nNo went to pieces In the Held
and nllowed the visitors to cnpture the Inst
game between the two clubs this season.
Score :
Detroit 0 0.1 110000 n
Columbus 000020(14 ( * 12
Base lilts : Detroit , 7 ; Columbus. II. Kr
rors. Detroit , ( ! ; Columbus , I. Batteries :
Detroit , Thomas and Trost ; Columbus ,
Evans nnd Fisher.
MILWAUKEE , Sspt. IS. The Brewers won
by the splendid pitching of Terry , who held
the visitors down to four scratch bits , while
Frlcken was almost hit at will. The feature
of the game wns the phenomenal double
play by Blake and Stafford. Score :
Milwaukee 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 2 * -5
St. Paul 01000000 0-1
Base hlU : Mllwnukee , 12 ; St. I'nul , 4.
Krrors : Mllwnukee. 1 ; St. I'nul , 2. Batter
ies : Milwaukee. Terry nnd Speer ; St. Paul ,
Krlekennil Spies.
INDIANAPOLIS. Sept. IS.-Indlnnnpolls
anil Grand Rapids closed the championship
season here today ulth a double-header ,
both ( .nines going to the champions of the
Western league for IS'J" . Score , Ilr.st game :
IndlannpolU 1 fi 3 0 0 120 0 1C
Grand Rapid" 0 0 0 I 2 n 2 0 0 5
Base hits : Imllnimpolls ; Grand IlnpV
id ? , 9. Krrors : Indianapolis. 4 ; Grand RapIds -
Ids , 5. Batteries : Indianapolis , Phillips nnd
Bcvlllo ; Grnnd Rnplds , llageman and Don
ovan.
Serond gnme :
Indianapolis . 0-12
Grand Rapids 3 0 2 G 0-11
Base hits ; Imllnnnpo'l * , 13 ; Grand Rnplds ,
12. Krrors : Indianapolis. 2 ; Grand Rapids ,
2. Batteries : Indianapolis , Bass , Phillips ,
Bevllle nnd Wood ; Grand Rapid ? , Gibson
anft Donovrn.
STANDING OK THE TEAMS.
Played. Won. Lost P.C.
Indianapolis 131 ! > G 31 733
Columbus 132 SI V , Gn.2
Milwaukee 133 S2 M G1.7
St. Paul 121 7t ! B ) G1.2
Detroit 113 ( IS fiBl.l
Minneapolis 13. ) 4.J 01 31.1
Knrsis City KO 11 S 13.3
Grand Rnplds 132 33 ! )7 ) 26.fi
Games today : Detroit at Columbus ; In-
llnnnpolls at Grnnd Rapid * * ; Minneapolis at
Kansas City ; St. Pnul at Milwaukee.
\ VkKtlriNMOtlllt [ | > I1 f-C-liri'N.
ROCKFORD , 111. . Sept. IS.-Score :
Rockford 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 G 3 10
Peorln 1 00100100-3
Rise hits : Rockford , 10 ; Peorla , 9. Krrors :
Rcckford , 1 ; Peorla , 3. Butteries : Rockford -
ford , Dillon and Roach ; Peorla , Wright nnd
Seller.
BURLINGTON , In. , Sept. IS.-Scoie :
Burlington 0 7
DCS Molnes OOG00314 ' -14
Bane lilts : Burlington , 9 ; Des Molnes , 19.
Eirora : Bur'lngton ' , 2 : Des Molnes , 4. Bnt-
terlcs : Butllngton , lid Jen nnd Jlesmer ;
Des Molnes , Cooper nnd Lohinan.
QIT1NCY , 111. . Sept. IS.-Scoie :
Qulncy 20020102 2-9
St. Jtuuph 101020000-1
Base hits : Qulncy , 13 ; St. Joseph , 11. Er-
rorn , Qulncy , 3 ; St. Joseph , 3. Batteries :
Qulncy. McGieevy and Graver ; St. Joscpb ,
Drummy and Hanson.
CEDAR RAPIDS , In. . Sept. 18.-Score :
Cedar Rnplds 2 1 0 0 1 1 0 2 7
Dubuque 110000002-4
Base hltH : Cedar Rnplds , S ; Dubunue , 9.
Eirors ; Cedar Ruplds , 2 ; Dubuque , 1. Bat
teries ; Cedar Rapids , McFnrluml nnd Ful
ler ; Dubuque , Dundon and Sullivan.
WllUt XlltOH.
The Omaha Whist club hnd its Ilnul con
test for the first holders of the "cup" last
Saturday night , the contesting teams being
Burkley , Brunei' , Bushman nnd Funkhouscr
against Allee , Marshall , Lawrence nnd Jor-
don' The result was as follows : _
Sets. Burkley. Allee.
'
2 2
3 3
3R
R 4
Burklpy'H team won by one point nnd nre
the present holders of the cup , However ,
they will be kept very busy defending It ,
16 two trams have already iiuallflci ! to be
come cmllnge.rs. ) First come Sumnoy , Bur.
rell , Joplln und Crumnier : next are Reed ,
Rlnohart , Belndorff nnd Scilbner , nnd be
fore these matches are completed there will
probably be others.
AH the matches so fnr have been neces
sarily played In the club rooms on regular
club nights , the noise sml ronfii lon Incident
to other play lmu been found very nnnoylns- ,
and art effort will be innde to get possession
of a separate room for futuiu mutchesin
this class.
Seven tables weio tilled by contestants
for the "buttonson Wednesday nlghl , nnd
the HCorei nro as follows :
North and South
Coakley and Peters 18S
Jones und Melkle , ISO
Moraman and Redlek 1S. >
Sumney and Hurrell , . 181
nird nnd Btpbblns 18. !
Jordon und Gnrner , ISO
Scannell and Stanford , 180
Average 1SI
But and West
Huthmnn nnd Thomas 177
Belndorff und Scrlbner , 171
Bruncr nnd Funkbouser 1G7
Joplln nnd Crummer IRQ
COR nnd Bhlptcy 1G5
Reed und Rlnelmrt 1G5
Cnhn nnd Jinnies 1G1
AvrraKR 1C7
This leaves the ten highest scores for the
month of September :
Name. Score INnme. Score.
Lawn-nee 14l3umney - . 11
Holndorff 13 lordon 10
Rurn-ll lllGarner 8
- oakley lliHcrlbner. G. O S
Peters 11IIteed 8
Tliu following hands dealt on Wednesday
night nn > given because of the leader hav
ing u illfllcult problem to contend with :
BO Aim 23.
S.-G , 3.
D.-A , S , 7 , 5.
C.-Q. 9.
II. A. J , 9. 7 , C.
. -.T 7 2 H 8.-A. 9. 4.
D. J. 10. 9 , 0. wHy , D.-K , 4. 2.
C X li 4. "Y.1" C' . 7 , 3 , 2.
II.-8 , C , 4. I 2l _ H. Q. 10 , 3. 8.
H. K. Q , 10 , S. 5.
IX-Q. 3.
( " . A. 1C , J. 10 , 5.
H.-IC.
Five of hearts turned , t-as ) to li > ud. Atone
ono table east opened with n small diamond
nnd east und wcsl look three Irlcks. The
of t-asl nnd west ranged from 2 to G.
CrlcUct lit I'lillnileliililu.
PHILADELPHIA , Sept. lb.VJien stumps
were drawn thin evening thn English crick-
etrrs bud been dltipoxod of In their flr.it In
nings for n total of 1M runs and the I'hllu-
( ielphlii "Colts" had put together lot iun .
THEY TELL OF IT.
Men mid Women Relate How They Were Cured of
Lingering Ailments , These Statements arc Au
thorized by the Several Patients. The Shcpard
Medical Institute Seems to be in Favor With
Many People.
If the nnmos of the reputable and well-
known people who have publicly endorsed
Dr. Shcpard and his work were published
all together the list would nil n Rood-sized
book. Out or a mass of testimonials of
fered by grateful patients only a few arc
selected for public print. These Indorse
ments give an Idea of the scope and merit
of wlmt Is being done dally by tlie physi
cians of this office. Dr. Sliopnrd dcK di
rectly with the people and Is Independent
of all medical trusts and combines. The
Shepard system offers the common people
skilled medical service at n fee that all
can pay. That the citizens of Omaha
and the west have responded cordially to
this Idea Is proven by the fact that Dr.
Shepard and his associates co-suit with
nearly one hundred patients dally.
AN EDITOR'S WIFE.
Mm. C. M. Itj-nr * , Tilfo of C. 14.
liyurx , rilltor of the Vnllrjvli. ( . ) Kn-
t Tirlm > , vtrlten , Srjtt. B , 181(71
"I wan troubled with catarrh nearly from
childhood ami at last had quinsy nearly
every month. These attacks prostrated me
fearfully , and nearly choked mo to death
every time. It seemed as though my entire -
tire syt-tom was illled with catarrh. I in
entirely 'cured of my qulnoy , not having
had a sign of It since my treatment with
Dr. Shepard. My general health since then
has been better than for many years before.
I can say to those whom It concerns that
Dr. Shepard Is , In my opinion , a competent ,
careful physician , for he treated me with
the best of success. "
MAN1TOU WATER
and MOUNTAIN AIR.
In ninny cnsi-n of chronic IH < > IINC n
chniiKc of clIninto KoliiK to tin *
inoniitnliiH Mill ilo niiicli to ri-stnrp
henlth. Hut , often , special medication Is
needful to accomplish certain results that
cannot bo obtained In any other way. Mrs.
A. Horbst. 207 12. " Ulo Oramlo St. , Colorado
Springs , Colo. , Is a highly esteemed lady ,
residing where she has nil the benefit of
famous health waters and atmosphere.
These agencies fell short of restoring her.
She writes Dr. Shepard , Sept. 2 , ' 97 :
MRS. A. HERDST. 207 E. Rio Grande St. ,
Colorado ( Springs , Colo.
"You will be glad to learn that you have
given me surprising results that is , sur
prising to me. I began taking your medi
cines with little Idea of the great change
they were to work In my body. My nervous
system Is greatly strengthened. 1 am over
the old liver trouble that caused so much
paitv. and fulness , and swelling. It used to
be that I couldn't cat nor digest food. My
heart has grown steadier In Its action. In
fact , the weak places all through me are
toned up wonderfully. Your treatment has
done for me what our Springs and climate
failed to do. "
POINTER SMASHES A RECORD
Reduces the World's Figure for a Mile flaco
to 2:01 : ,
BEATS PATCHEN OUT BY THREE LENGTHS
Half IH none In One Minute Flat mill
lint for 1'atclieii'M KiiltcrliiK
the Time MlKlit Have
i lleen I.uncr.
INDIANAPOLIS , Sept. 18. The world's
race record was broken , hero this afternoon
by Star Pointer in a match race with Joe
Patchen. The weather was perfect for the
contest between tbo two kings of the turf.
There was but ono heat of the race to bo
Mulshed , each having taken heats on the
afternoon previous , the race going over on
account of darkness. The track was the
best It has been during the week andtho
horses both fit for the race of their lives.
In fact , every condition Indicated that tbo
record of 2:01 : % held by I'atcben and John
It. Gentry would bo smashed. The vast
crowd was not dlsapolntcd. They saw a
mark that will no doubt stand for years
2:01. : Had the black fellow not faltered a
bit at the head of the stretch , oven lower
tlmo would have been recorded , as Pointer
finished strong with three opou lengths of
daylight between them.
Patched had the polo and ho set a fast
clip to the. quarter polo , which was passed
In 0:29 : % , Those who wore holding watches
nn the noble pair were prepared from this
for a mark that would utartlo the world ,
Patchen wan leading to the back stretch by
a length , when McClary urged Pointer on
nnd ho responded nobly. He crawled up
Inch by Inch and In a few seconds a blanket
would bavo covered them. The drlvo to the
half was a beauty , Pointer passing the polo
a neck In front , of the black fellow In ex
actly ono mtnuto from tlio time the word
was given. From this point ho gained little
by llttlo until at the tbroo-quartnrs , which
was made In 1:30 : , Dlckerson urged Joe on
and the noble animal responded , but though
ho gained slightly , Pointer moved along like
a pleco of machinery In tils steady gait that
meant for him victory. Down the stretch
Dlckerson applied the whip to the whlto-
nosed favorite , but Pointer steadily gained.
McClary laid the whip lightly from the Uat
eighth In and passed under the wire In the
tumarkablo tlmo of 2:01. : Had Patchen
fought him out an ho did the first half mlle
the coveted two-minute race record would
without doubt have been touched. The reg
ular eveulB for the day were ull hotly con
tested. Results :
Special match race , purse $3,000 ( iinfln-
Star Pointer , b. H. , by Brown Hal
( McClary ) 1 2 1
Joe Palchen , blk. a. , by I'alchcn
WIlkCH ( Dlckerson ) 2 1 2
Time : 2:01i. : 2:03. : 2:01. :
2:10 : trot : I-- : tell won third nnd fourth
bents and race , Time : 2:10 : } ; , 2IOV4 : , Eck-
Hteln won llrst heat In 2:19VJ. : Dove Wing
won second heat In 2:104. : Only heat win
ners started In closing heat.
2:1G : trot , purse $ COO : Custn won llrst nnd
second heats und ruce. Tlmo : 2:13U : , 2U3V4 ,
Fourteen otliem started.
2:21 : paelnf clum , purse J--OO : Pertennetto
won third und fourth heattt. Time. 2U1 % ,
2lt : > ' 4. Arlene Wllkes won second ht-ut In
2:11 : ? , Mnrgcry won linn heat In 212Vi ; Nine
others Blurted ,
Free-for-all trot , purse $500 ; Elleree won i
THE RESULT
OF WRITING FOR
A SYMPTOM BLANK
W. llululil , llnltlr Crn-lj ,
l it wcll-tii-ilo fur HUT. Hi *
nli'k nml Miinli-il to w ' ( tri'lt.
Ho hesitated some tlmo before "clintiKlng
doctors. " hut he Is now glnd he took the
stop. On Sept. 7 , ' 97 , ho writes Dr. Shop-
nrd : "I will now write you the main
points of my recent sickness nnd how you
cured me. About ten years nRo I felt the
first signs of cntnrrh nnd nervous weak
ness. I would often bo taken with dlzry
spells , headache nnd heaviness In the pit of
the stomach. I was extercmely "nervous , "
lost my appetite , nnd could scarcely breatha
on account of n stopping up In the nose and
windpipe. At last the catnrrh crept up from
my throat Into my ears until I bccnmo
TOTAIjl.V HKAK
In ono car. In fact , I wasn't fit to do tws
hours' work In a day. I was what you
would call n total wreck' before I started ,
upon your treatment. I wns encouraged to
try you , for I had read In the papers of the
euro of Rev. 1C. B. Hunt , Methodist pastor
of Rlgln , Neb. I knew him well , and
though you might cure mo , also. I nm nil
right In every way now , as a result of your
Home Treatment , "
ThnllRlitImH or llu-rcillllollH pi-opln
xoinrtllllfN nnyi It flm't lit * Unit nil
t IKHItMtlinoiiliilH ur < > Inn * . I iloii't
Ix'lli-vi- nj' doctor cnii taUt > liolil of
Mitch Htiililiiirn , olil I'liHvn mill cure
tlitMii lip. " In ri-Kiril ( o thin innllpr ,
Dr. ShciMiril IiivltfN iliiulitorM <
itrllo ( o Mrs. llynrn , or to Mrx. llcrlml
or io llr. Illllulil.n ( CMlliuoiiliil !
< > vir iMilillnlu-il Hint IH not nliNoluteljr
true nml Kcnuliir.
I.AHCIOST AND Hi : ST.
o fully inrct nil ilcimiiiilM of It
ritr mill i-.MH'tliiK nriu-IIiM- . .Sbi'ii-
il's ( Miiiniilliitloii rooniN arc nct-i-Nsl-
r mill ioiiviiiliiit. 'rii < * lr Iiiltorn1or
I -N iiro In dim-tic of n't ' rrnrltlcrcil
liliariiinclMt. i > ho iiri * | > ur < > N t-vory
lircNiTlpllini Mltli Hklll mill I'lirr.
Tlii' niiliyilmiH linyo cvory i-iiili- |
nn-iil Tor tlioroiiKli iirufi'N.Hloiiiil mirK.
Tliclr NiiitloiiN | Niilttof iiiirlorx on
Hie third Hour of ( In- New Vork l.lfi-
ItiillilliiKr. nltli > rlili > frniiliiKC on
lioth Fur n mil mill Sfvnitvciitli nr < M-tH ,
coiiMtlliiti-N , nlthoiit iloulil , tin' IIII-K-
< * Ht nml lii'xt iiiioliitcil nii-illcnl olllce
in VcbrilMkn.
AND THE GRAND AK-SAU-KEN
FESTIVITIES.
OCCUR SRPT. 17. TO 2S INCLUSIVK. DR.
SHHPAR1) EXTI3NDS A CORDIAL INVITA
TION TO HIS HUNDREDS OF OUT-OF-
TOWN PATIENTS AND ALL , OTHERS IN
TERESTED TO CALL. FOR PERSONAL EX
AMINATION WHILE IN THE CITY. HIS
RECEPTION PARLORS WILL HE OPEN
FROM 9 A. M. TO G P. M. DAILY.
TlioNc. ivlni cannot conn * for per-
Nonnl culmination arc rcqncNtcil to
ivrlli- for Free CoiiNiiltntloii lllnnkK ,
ROOMS 311 , 312 A.313 NEW YORK
HUILDINd. OMAHA , NED. ,
the second nnd third boats nnd race. Time :
2:10'i. : ' 2:11',4. : William Penn won llrst heat
In 2:00y4. : Senator A , Pray Toll , Kentucky
Union. Pilot Boy and Dandy Jim ulso
started.
! ) < N MiiliicN TrntN.
DES MOINES , Sopt. 18. Ilesults :
2:33 : trot , purse $400 : Nellie Grove won In
three straight heats. Best time : 2:25 : % .
2:17 : pace , purse J500 : Alliance won In thrco
straight heats. Best time : 2:10. :
2:20 : pace , purse J400 : Ello Gray won In
three straight heats. Best time : 2:22 : i.
Al Piitrick'x UoilcllaVlnx. .
PLATTS.MOUTH , Neb. , Sept. JS.-Spcclnl. ( )
On the race course here this afternoon Al
Patrick's bay mare , Godclln , won the mlle
ruco by a neck. North Star was second and
Wilson Wllkes third.
IjITTI.13 IX SITUATION.
Strlkci-H Arc Orderly mill Hold u Ilia
3IIINH llM'llllMT.
HAZLETON , Pa. , Sept. 18. There has been
Uttlo change In the strike Hituatlon here
today. The chief event was the assembling
of between 2,000 and 3,000 strikers on Don
egal Hill tonight In mass meeting. P. J.
McGulre , vlco president of the American
Federation of Labor , and Gcorgo Chunco of
the United Labor league * were the principal
speakers. A detachment of soldiers from
brigade headquarters was In line In thn
background. The keynote of the speaking
was "Peaco and order. " Resolutions were
adopted to stand by the miner * and work
for the abolition of the company Btoro sys
tem and to hold a delegate convention of lliu
miners of the district on Thursday next , to
thoroughly organize the miners of the anthra
cite region , The mooting dispersed In good
order.
Drllllix of u liny.
ITHACA , N , V. , Sept. 18. Henry W.
Sago Is dead hero , aged 83 years. Mr. Sago
has been best known through his donation !
for educational purposes , He was a de
scendant of David Sago , who settled In Mid-
dlotown , Conn. , In 1C52 , Mr , Sago was pre
paring for Yale when his family removed to
Ithaca , N , Y , , where he engaged In mer
cantile pursuits. In 1854 liu established a
lumber manufactory at Slincoo , Ont , , and
later , with John McOraw , another at Wl-
nona ( now West Hay City ) . Mich. In 1873 he
gave to Cornell tinlvcralty a college hall for
women , which Is known as Sago hall. Ha
succeeded Ezra Cornell as president of the
Hoard of Trustees of Cornell university Ho
endowed the Lynian Hcecher lectureship on
preaching at Yale and presented to West Hay
City , illch. , a public library which cost
$30,000. Ho also endowed and built several
churches and schools.
WAKEFIKLI ) , Neb. , Sept. 18. ( Special. )
Andrew Henry , an old resident of this
county , died at hln homo , two miles south of
here , yesterday. Mr. Henry was a native of
Sweden , but has lived In America for many
ycnrs , Thu services worn held at the SwcU.
Ish Lutheran church. The remains xvero In
terred In the cemetery here ,
PARIS , Sept. 18. A special dispatch from
Jlboutll nays a telegram has been received
there saying the Princess Shonrega , daugh
ter of King Menelek of Abyssinia , and wife
of Has Mlcael , 1s dead.
YUTON , Neb , Sept. 18. (8pccla ( | . ) Mra ,
.Mury Elizabeth McCoy , wife of Peter R , Mc
Coy , died yesterday afternoon , jgod 02 years.
Sbo carne to Nebraska In ISC'J ( ram IVnsdalo ,
Pa. Sim Haves live sons and flvn daughters.
Ttio funeral wns nt Plalnvlew Christian
church this afternoon.
CIJIJAR RAPIDS. la. , Sopt. 18 , ( Special
Telegram. ) Frank Wltoisht'k , a pioneer resi
dent cf this country , and a leading Ho-
bcnilan citizen , prominent In business circle *
fcr > e rs , died this morning of peritonitis , t
the ago of 56 yean.