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SAINTS TARE THE SECOND
Usher's Babes Die Hard in an TJncqaal
Contest with Fate.
BOTH PITCHERS WILD AND EASILY KIT
Ha lnK of Ilolh Trninn F'rce anil
Clean , lint'he Visitor *
Gel Their llltH n ( the
l'roicr Moment * .
Well , the Babes were Borter up "as'ln" It
yesterday , to the tune of 6 to 3.
Of course theSalnti p'ayed well nJ4b a per
fect fielding game , but so did the HaboJ
not quite , but pretty nearly , If one or two
bad pieces are taken out. Ilut ! Mr. Hager-
man ho "trun" them In the third. The
heavenly cchorts bit a double and two slngK'ii
out of him > jnd then ha staclously awarded
them three baea end Eustace supple
mented this with an error the whole thing
netting four rue * . Hngcrman did nicely ouc-
sldo of that , but that cinched the game for
the Saints. To bo tnire , the Babes had plenty
of opportunity to undo tills grievous work ,
for Mr. I'hyle was tery liberal and presented
them with eight bases , but they did uot
have their bitting clothes on cud couM not
take alrantage of the several opportunities
that vvero offered them.
And : jet , If the spectator-wan not a parti
san , he wiw treated to a very pretty game
of base ball. There wen a nice lot of hit
ting aod thcrovofl plenty of fielding of
clean character. There were sixteen flics
knocked out Into the garccci and not one
of tlicm was unified. Umpire Cantlllon hail
his gnoj eye ulth him , too , and umpired
almost perfectly. Taken altogether , the
game would have been very enJoj able to the
1,200 spectators If their hearts had not been
with Oniaro. lly the way , yesterday vvau
1'idles * day and there vvau a good sprinkling
of the fair ones In the garndstand. Every
J''rlday hereafter will bo ladles' day , vvhsn
the gentler ours will be .admitted free.
Manager FLtier chcsir to go to bat first ,
thinking It might change the luck. But the
Ilabte failed to connect in their half of the
1lt.it. Griffin went out by the Shugart-Gla'U-
cock route. Uurnett made- e'ngle , but woo
caught stealing eecond and Roat flew out.
L > The Saints scooped In one right from the
Jump. Preston lined out a single. Burke
went out , from Heat to Lyons , but this ad
vanced Preston a base. Then "Doggy"
MIMer lammed out a corking two-badger a'.id
Prorton flew acrcrs the rubber. Qlenalvln
em a life on bails , but Glasscock and Shu-
gart flesv out.
THE 'i'COUEJ ' KVKNBD.
fisher's men promised another neck and
nccL race by feeing the St. Paulites in the
next lulling. Lyons could not get to first
on his grounder to Glllen , hut Eustace was
fii'iit to the bag on balls and 'McKinney ' fol
lowed with a nicehit. . Phylegve / L/iwlor
a ticket to first bag and the bases were full.
McCauley tried hard , but be could not get
past Burke In the left garden. Kustaco carui *
iu for a score on the play , however , but with
two men still on bases Ilagcnnan fanned
ono of the three strikeouts Phyle had. The
6alnts went out In one , two , three order.
\Ve had a good chance In the third. Grif
fin was sent to Hist on balls , but died trying
to get to second. Burnett filed out and then
Heat singled and Lyons banged out a double ,
Kustace disappointed the exultant hopes of
the public by bauely flying out.
The SalntH did their work In their halt
llagt'rman lauded on Pret ton's ppiue. Burke
louimod out a two-sicker. The- ball was re
turned to Kustace , who threw to second to
catch him. The ball went wldo and befcrc
It was recovered Preston was homo Miller
< ! IeJ at first , but Hagcrman filled the bases
by presenting a bag to Glenalvln and hitting
Glasscock. Shugart made a nice single ,
which brought in Burke , but Miller was
caucht at the plate by Gr'ffln's ' beautifu
throw home. Then Glllen singled and
brought In Shugart. Spies ended the agony
J/y fouling out.
The buhl * Jiad a good chance In the fourth
RIclKnney and Lawler both fouled out to
Spies , but Phyle presented a bag to Mc
Cauley. Hagcrman was up with a dingle. .
Then Phyle kindly doled out a bag apiece
to Griffin end Burnett , forcing McCauley
borne. With three men on bases Roat coul
do no better than to poke one out to Miller ,
who swallowed It.
In the fifth Eustace was taken out b ;
Fisher , McKinney was switched to third ani
McKlbbeu was put at second. This comblna
lion puzzled the Saints and they were pu
out without a tun. We picked up another In
the fifth with the assistance of I'hyle and
Shugart. Lyons and IMuIClbbcn each got a
base on balls , but the former wna force *
cut at third by McKinney. Upon Lawler'
ily and Shugart's juggle of the return Me
Klbbcn croshed the plate. McCauley diet
at first.
This Itolshed the run getting with the ex
ception of an additional one secured by th
Saints In the seventh , which they neve
should have had. With two men out an
ShL'zart < it second Roat dropped Spies dead
easy fly , allowing Sbugart to score. Nelthe
team was in any danger of scoring In any o
the other Innings. Score :
' OMAHA.
AH. II. 1B.SH.SB.PO.A.E ,
Griffon , c. f 3 0 0
Uurnett. 1. f 4 0 0
Ho it , s. B G 0 0
I > yoit8 , Ib 4 0 0
Kuxtace. 3b 1 1 0
aioKlnney. 1'b-Sb. . . 5 0 0
Lawlor. r. f 4 0 0
JlcCauU'y. c 3 1 0
IIiiKormari , p 4 0
ilcKlbbcn , 2b 2 0
Totals 35 3 10 0 1 24 10 3
ST. PAUL.
An. Jl. 1K.SH.SB.PO.A.E.
Preston , c. f 42 ' . !
liurUe , I. t
.Miller , r. f
Olrnalvtn , 2b
OUisjcock , Ib
ShUKJrt. s. s
fllllen. 3b 301
Spies , c 4 "
1'liylo. 1 > 4
Totnls 31 0 10 0 4 27 9 1
SCORE BY INNINGS.
Omaha 0 10110000 3
St. Paul 10400010' C
SUMMARY.
Earned runs : St. Paul 1. Two-base hits :
miller , llurke , Picston , Lyons , liases on
UUls : By HaRcrman 3 , by 1'nylo S. Bases
Klven for hitting batter : By Hagcrman 3.
Struck out : lly Hagcrman 2 , by Phylo 3. '
Umpire ; Cantlllon.
Other \\Vnterii l.t'iiuriip
KANSAS CITY. April K.-Tho opening
came here of the Western League , between
Kansas City nnd Minneapolis , was again I
postponed today because of bail weather.
COLUMBUS , O. , April 22. Two of Mil-
waukeo's star pitchers were batted out of
the box in the first three Innings today , i
und the Senators took suc'n a lead that the
came became u farce. Score :
Columbus 0-17
Milwaukee0 00320021 8 \
llano hits : Columbus 21 , Milwaukee 14.
Errors : Columbus 3 , Milwaukee 4. Bat-
Delicious Infusion' '
V'
pure , strong and delicately
flavored. A cup of
Japan Tea
"ittfigorjlti iu / * / morning and
rtfretkts at night. "
Every pound of Japan Tea is
critically Inspected by the Japan
ese officials before it Is
shipped.
Soil by all croccrs.
terlcs ; Wrlpht , Buckley nml Sullivan ,
IlclJy , RettRer. Wollendorf. Speer and Ralb.
INUIA.VAl'OLIS , April 22. Korcman won
a clean victory over the Tigers today. His
support was almost perfect. Aside from
fnb'pltchlng , the contest vvaVdoVJld of fea
ture. Attendance SO ) . Score !
Indrnnnpolls 103020003 0
Detroit ,0 01001000 2
llano hits : Indianapolis 11. Detroit . Kr-
ors : Indlaaapolls 2 , Detroit 2. Batteries :
"oreman nnd Kuhoe , Underwood and Twine.
am. ,
STANDING OP THK TEAMS.
Played. Won. Ixwt. Per Ct.
ndlinanolls 1CO.O
Jt. 1'aui 100.0
Columbus 1000
Milwaukee (0.0
pmnha . ' . 00.0
Detroit 00.0
City
Minneapolis
Games today : St. Paul at Om.ihn , Detroit
t Indianapolis. Minneapolis at Klnsas City ,
Milwaukee at Columbus.
3 OK THK VATIO.NAI.
HtiRlicM of Mnltlniore SlintN Ilnnlnn Out
Without n lilt.
BAI TIMORE , April 22. Pitcher Htlfhei
ivas a problem today which the Boston bat-
ers could not alive , and no runs and no
'nits ' were their portion. The Orioles at
Imes played magnificent ball , but two of
heir errors were very yellow. The visitors
fielded aupjrbly and Baltimore was com
piled to bat out the victory , three of
Ixjwls' passes tj ( Irst resulting In runs by
: tmely hlttlrg. Herman Long was Injured
: hreo times and finally retired In favor of
iveNter. In the fourth 'no bunted to
lughcs , who threw hard to ilrst and struck
iho runner on the head. He was In col-
Islon with Jennings and O'Brien and his
'oot landed their spikes. Score :
iiAi/n.vom : . IOSTO f.
It.H.O.A.n. H.H.O.A.K.
McGraw , 3b.l Hamllt'n , cf.O 0300
TUrlcn. rf..l 0200 Tcnney. lb..O 0610
JcnnlnRV , RS 3 : 1 2 1 ( nn. rs 0 0340
Kelley , If I 3400 Klcrtcr , M..O 0010
Slenzcl , : l > . . .0 2301 I > uffy. If 0 0 Z 0 0
IXmont , 2b..it Co.llns , Sb..O 0020
-McOann , lb..O 1900 St.ihl. rf 0 0100
Clarke , c 0 2410 Lowe , 21) 0 0620
IlUffle.i. P..O C..O 0310
, _ . . . . p 0 0000
To tali . . .S 13 27 9 ] |
Totnt. ' . . .0 021 11 0
Baltimore 3 0 0 0 2 0 t 2 -S
o f > n 00000000 C 0
Stolen bane : Stenzel. Two-Ins * liltr Stenzel ,
hrra-bare lilts : Strnzcl , Kelley (2) ( ) . JcnnliiRS.
Double plays : IXJIIK to I.owe to TVnney ; Jen-
nlngi to McGunn rir t on bull * : ' ) ff I.ewl , 6 :
off HURhcu , 3. Hit by pitched ball : McUann.
Htrurk out : Iy ) Hughes , 3 , by I.e\vl . 3. I > "ft
on bases : llaltlniore , 9 ; Itoiton , 4. Karncd runs :
Haltlmore , 0. T'mplrcs : L > nch and C > nnclly.
ColonclN Uffeiit Their IMtrlier.
I.OUISVlMwG , Ky. , April r.-DowllnK
pitched u line gnmo this afternoon and
deserved to win , but the Colonels threw
away several chinces for victory by stupid
base running and two errors nt critical
stupes pave the Colts their only runs. At-
tend.uicu 1,100. Score :
LOUISVII.L.E.
iMi.o.A.r : n.n.o.A.n.
K'lroy , rf. . . 0 1 1 00 : arke , If. . . 0 1 I 0 0
cf. . . . 0 0 3 1 U M'chey. . 0 1 2 2 2
Daliien. at. . 0163 0 Hey , cf 01100
Uverctt. Ib. 0 2 11 1 2b. 1 2 1 4 0
It > an , If 01100 ! Vance , rf. . . 00300
M'Cor'k. Sb. 1 0 2 6 0 urey. Ib. . . 0 1 16 2 t
WcoJ , 2b. . . . 0 0 3 C 0 ' mtn , Sb 0 1050
Donoliur , c , 0 0 4 2 Wilson , c. . . 0 0 C 1 1
Thornton , pi 1 0 1 O Dowllnir , p. 0 0 0 8 0
'rfUfford . . .00000
TotaN . . . .2 63013
I Totals . . . . 1 7 SO 23 3
Stafford batted for Dowllns In ninth.
Chicago 0 000001001-2
I ulUllu 000000001 U 1
Knrne > l runs : LoulMlllc , 1. Stohn bises :
Wanner , Donahue , Tliorntoii , Wood. Home mn :
. Doul > ! e pla ) : Carey ( unajna'tej ) .
to Donahue , Donahue to McCormJck to
llverttl , I'xerett to McCormailt , Dahltn to
Int-e , Donahue to Dahlcn. Sncrince h'ts : Kll-
roy. l.nmc. Wood. Struck out : Ijy Dowlliw ? ,
4 ; by Thornton. 2. Tlrat bane , on balls : Off
Uowllnir , C ; oft Thornton , 5. Hit by pitched
lull : DonllnR. Wilson , Hltcliey. Time : Two
hours and thirty m'nutes. Umpires : Snartnood
nd Wood.
Hummer the ( Srpnt llimlc * .
PHILADELPHIA. April 22.-The Phllllss
today defeated Now York Tor the third time
In theipreent season. I'latt and Rusle were
both verv wild , but the latte-r was hit the
harder. The. Phllndelphlas took the. lead In
the second Inning on good hit Ing and were
never he.ided. Attendance , 3,647. Score :
IHIUVUKU'IIIA. NUW YOniC.
R.H.O A.I3. R.H.O.A.n.
Cooley , of , . . 22200 Ilalt'n , cf.O 0 D 0
' , \b. \ , 0 161 0Tltrnar | > . "lf..2 2 1. 0 0
Deleh'y , If. 2 0 3 0 Oj Joyce , Ib. . . .1 0 14 0 0
I.ajole , 21) . . Davis , ss. . . .20240
Thorn1 n , rf. ' 2 2 4 1 0 Olfa. on , 2b .1 0 1 3 0
Tross. 13. . . llnrtman. 3b 0 2 8 3 0
Abbat'o. Sb I 2 0 2 0 Wllmot , rf. .0 1 1 0 1
McPar'd , c. 1 0 B I 1 Warner , c. . .0 1 2 3 0
I'latt. p 22030 Itusle , p 11010
Totals . .13 12 7 12 3 Totals . . .7 7 27 11 1
Philadelphia - 1 13
New York 0 0402001 0 7
Earned runs : Philadelphia , 7 ; New Tork , 1.
Stolen bares : Dclehanty , Van Haltrcn. Two-ij o
hltn : Cooley , Crois , Abbattchlo. Three-liasoTilf.
Thompson , liases on balU : Off .I'latt , 8 : off
JIUBlo. S. lilt by pitched ball : Uy riatt. 2.
Struck out : IJy Platt. 4 ; hy nuile , 1. Wild
pitches : I'latt. 1 ; rtusle. 1. Left on bares : piill-
udelpiila , 4 ; New York , 10. Time of Kiimo : Two
hours and fifteen minutes. Umpires ; Sn > der
and Curry ,
Trolley Ho < ljjer Win Another. .
WASHINGTON , April 22. The Trolley
Dodgers turned Uie tables today and
through the assistance of Yager's good work
and some stuplj playlmr by the Senators ,
carried off the victory. Dlneen lasted three
innings and then Amole and Donovan were
tried. Score :
WASHINGTON. I UIIOOKLYN.
It.H.O. A.K.I JI.H.O.A.E.
Selbach , lf..l 1110 Orlffln , cf. . 21100
flettman , rf..l 4200 Jones , rf. . . 12200
Leahy , 31..0 111 2 I-aCh'cc , us 1 1 5 2 0. .
1)05le. 2t > . . .0 1 1 t OHheck'd. If. 1 3 1 1 9.J |
McOulre. c. .0 1 2 & 0 Shlndle , 3b. 0 1 0 3 J
Karrell , Ib. il 1 8 2 0 "uckrr. Ib. . 3 2 10 0 0
Ilrcnn , cf. . .2110 0 Hollman , 2b 2 1 0 4 0
Wrlglpy. BS .1 1 E 0 0 Ryan , c 1 S 4 0 0
Dlneen , p. , .0 1 0 3 0 Yeager , p. . . .
Amole , p. . . .11040
Donovan , p..0 1 0 _ 1 J > Totals . .12 1J 24 12 2
Totals . . . .7 14 21 19 3
'
Washington . . . 1 20200 0.2 7
llfoakljn 1 61220 1 " -I2
Carncd runs : Washington , 3 ; I3rookl > n , C.
Stolen bases : Gettman , Ijeahy. Sbeckard ,
Tucker. Two-base lilts : TucKer , McGulrc. Hyan.
Three-bjise hits : Ryan. Oettman. Double play :
Shlndle to I-aOhance to Tucker. First base on
balls : Off YeaKer. 1 ; off Amole , 4. lilt by
pltclKNl ball : Jones. Grlinn. Struck out : lly
Ycacer. 3 ; by Amole. 1. I'asscil ball : nyan. Left
on bases : Washlnuton. 5 ; llrookljn , 4. Time of
came : Two hours and thirty minutes. Umpires :
Hmslle and Andrews.
Spirit * Win nil Fn > - One ,
ST. LOUIS. April 22. The Clevelnnds put
In young Powell today , and he held the
Urowns safe from the start. The grounds
were In a very bad condition , being ankle
deep with mud. Despite this the game was
replete with brilliant plays on both sides.
The Spiders -outb.Uteil the locals , hitting
young Sudhoff for fourteen hits. Attend
ance about 500. Score :
ST. LOUIS. CLKYHLAND.
R.H.O.A.n. H.H.O.A.K.
r > owd , ef 0 0200 Sock'cxls , lf.2 2100
Turner. rf..O 3000 McKean , ss.,0 2000
Holmes. U..O 0 ft 0 0 Chllds , t ) . . .1 1330
Clements. c..O 1400 Wallace , 3b..O 3300
Cro-'s. Sb..O 1140 Illake , rf i 1330
Decker , lb..O 1 11 0 0 McAlerr. cf..O 0 S 0 1
Hall , ss 0 0210 Tebeau , lb..l 2800
Crooks. ! b..O 1440 O'Connor , c..l 2400
Sudhoff , P..O 1040 , Powell , p..l 2 0 T
Totals . . .0 S 21 13 0 Totals . . .7 14 27 8 1
St. I.oul > 00000000 0 0
Cleveland 1 0 1 4 0 t 0 0 - '
named runs : Cleveland , S. Three-bine hits
Wallace , Illake. Two-bace lilU : SockalexU ,
1'oMell. McKean. Uarea un balls : Off SuJholT. ,
3 : off Panel ) . 1. Struck out : lly Sudhoff , 2 ; by
1'ouell. 3. .Hacrlnce lilts : McKean C ) . Double
play : Hall to Crooki to Decker. Time of name < '
Om > hour and fort > .live tnlnutei. Umpire *
Cuthman and Ilculler.
llreltcnutelii'N Umt.
CINCINNATI. April 2i. Breltensteln
pitched one of the most remarkable games
on reoDrcl against the Pirates this after-
noon. Not a semblance of a 'nit was made
off his delivery and only twenty-beven
faced him In the nine Innlnrs. Not a m.u
got ns far as second base. His support was
brilliant , Ilolllday's three put-outs being
made on three very illlllrult Hies. Hast
ings was wild and Ineffective. Attendance
2,407. Score :
CINCINNATI. I PlTTSnrRQ.
K.II.OA.B.I H.H.O.A.K
llol'diy , cf. 1 0 3 0 uPadden , 2b 0003
SmIV. If. . . 1220 ODon'xan , rf 0 0 I 0
IlecMey , Ib. 1 0 12 00 IlroJle. cf. . 0 o s 0
Miller , rf. . . S 110 OM'Carthy. 10020
Mcl'hee , : b. 1 3 : J lla\li , Ib. . . 0092
C'or'ran. n . . 1 1 2 OOroy , Jb. . . . 0000
htelnf t , 3l > . 02010 Kly , ss 0 0 7 S
I'elti , c J 0 5 1 oSchrher. c. 0 0 2 2
Ilr't'st'n , p. I 1 0 2 0 Hautlnj.1. pO 0 0 4
'Oanztll . . . .0 000
Totals . . , .11 10 r 11 1
I Totals . . . . 0 0 ? ; 16
llattej for Hastings In the ninth.
Cincinnati 1 1
PltUburK OOOOOOOO U
Karned runs : None. Stolen bases : Miller. Heck
Icy. Double pla > s : HuttlnKn to Kly to Davl <
Kly to Da\ls. Klnt on balls : Ily Hailing * . 9
liy Ilrcllensteln. 1. struck cut : lly llreltenttcln
2. Time of trame : One nour nd flfly-lhe mln
utes. Umplrra : O'Day and McDonald.
STANDING OF THH TEAMS.
Played. Won. Lost. Per Ct
r.altlmcro C 4 1 S0. <
Chicago , 5 4. 1 .
Cincinnati i B 4 1 so. '
Philadelphia 5 4 1
Cleveland CO.
lioiton 6 3 3 W.
Plttsburff 6 3 3 CO.
Washington 5 1 S 40.
Brooklyn i I I 40. <
' 1 IxillUvllIe 2S.
N < w York 6 1 C lfi.7
St. Ix > ul3 4 0 4 00.0
I Oames today ! Boston at Baltimore.
Brooklyn at WashltiKton , New York at
Philadelphia. Chicago at Loulrvllle , Cleve
land at St , L-.uls , Pltiftburg nt Cincinnati.
nt the ( Jninc.
Umpire Cantllllon had a pretty Rood eye
for hl first game , although he was some
what off on his balls and strikes. Ho gave
the babes a little thn worse on them , but
not as much as waa generally supposed. On
basca ho was all right.
Lawler cut quite a figure In the flret game.
When he came up to bat for the first time
several beautiful boquets were handed out
to him by hla friends. Ho failed to make a
hit during the game , but he landed on the
bill every time. His fielding was good. In
the second he gobbled up a hard liner that
won him a budhelful of applause.
Fisher's work was of a glltedged order.
He has not been using his arm much for
a couple of weeks anJ , in fact , very little
this season r.xccpt for a short tlmo at In
dianapolis , but he acted as If ns had been
pitching right along for weeks. He pleases
the fans mightily. Ho would have saved
the game easily , had the Babes been up In
sign and team work.
Thomas was pretty easy meat for Detroit
acid was knocked nut of the box In the first
Innnlng. Irwln then went In and won the
game. Jones of Columbus did some great
work , holding the Brewers down to four
hits.
Up at Minneapolis the newspapers sized
i up that the Saints would have a walk-
iway with Omaha , but that the other games
vould show some close , exciting work ,
Ua. Ha !
Pltclier Wadsworth has slgnoJ with De2
roll and the latter has now a pitching stiff
if formidable size. They are Wadsworth ,
rvvlti , Elliot , Underwood , Waddell and Torn
Thomas. All are to be kept for a month
nd the best four , and maybe five , will bo
etalned.
Manager Manning yesterday named Harry
5'Ilacan as captain of the Blues , and the
JX-Plrate Mill "assume his row duties In
he opening game today , O'Hagan Is popu-
ar with the players. Is possessed of con-
Iderable executive ability , unJerstands the
; ame thoroughly , and plays It well.
Sandow Merles has accepted the terms
ffered In the contract sent to him by Prea-
dent Ban Johnson and he will report to
SapM'n Teieau of Columbus Just as booii
aa he can make the trip from California
o Ohio. This will put GenlnJ on seccai !
crmanently In all likelihood.
HolllngGWorth Is nursing a very sore
ingcr. In last Sun-lay's game Holly got
thronn ball ca the end of one of hta
[ ngero and about half the nail waa torn oft.
"or tfila rfason he wao not taken to Omaha ,
ut by the time the team returns he will
e In shape again. He Is said to bd 'or
ale ar.yuay.
Six ItiiiinilH Wlthnnt HcfiuU.
PHILADKLPHIA. April 22. Tommy West ,
S'c.v York's crack welterweight , and Joe
iVolcott , the "Black Cyclone. " mixed up fir
Ix rounds at the arena tonlsht. Wolcctt
kl the most of the rushing , and landed
couple of times on Wust'H wind and sot
ii Fcveral hard uppercuts. West used his
Ight and left to advantage1 on Wolcott's
nee , but when the. son ; ? sounded the
tolored boy had somewhat the better of the
ncounter.
C'lincVlilim Ciivimnujili.
IvOUISVILLU , Ky. , April 22. "Dick" Case
f Seattle lowered the colors of Tommy
-avanaugh of Buffalo. In the arena of the
\entucky Athletic club tonight , In the third
ound.
Thousands of sufferers from grippe have
een restored to health by One Minute Cough
lure. Jt quickly cures coughs , colds , bron-
ihitls , pneumonia , grippe , asthma and all
hroat and lung diseases.
Slirop Shipment * KnntminT.
Cal. . April 22. ( Special. ) A
poclal train of twenty-five car loads of
hcep left here last evening. Another of
'orty-flve ' cars left today , and tomorrow a
ipoclal irain of thirty cars will leave this
Ity. One train goes to Utah , will be fat-
tncd and then shipped to market. There
arc many lambs. Generally the sheep arc
jioor.
'Ml ' noiirl 3lli4Mlaiiiir'M Clinnec.
ST. JOSIEHH. Clio. , 'April 22. J. M. Terry ,
a able preacher of the Latter Day Saints ,
or five years located at this point , has been
notified to go to Chicago to assume charge
of the denominational work In that city.
Elder-H. C. mlth , grandson of the prcphet ,
Joseph Smith , of Iowa , succeeds Elder Terry
hero.
Vlrxt Shipment ) * of OraiiKoH.
WIVlBHSenE , Cal. . April 22. ( Special. )
The shipments of oranges from this city last
week amounted to 51,344 boxes , or 179 car
oads of twenty tons each. The total shlp-
meats for the year have been 1,016,223 boxes.
The republicans made a clean sweep at
ie city election In Aberdeen.
George B. Owen will buy one of the
newspapers at Chamberlain or Etart a fourth
one.
one.Over
Over 100 carloads of cattle 1'ave been
shirked frcm Hyde county the last six
B. H. Lien was elected mayor of Sioux
Fal's by a plurality of nine votes. He had
three opponents.
In the Bismarck mtae at Keystons a rolld
body of ere forty-three feet wide has boon ,
crosscut. The ore la free milling and aver
ages > ? S to the ton. i
Th6 liipld City Chlorlr.ullon works have
been bought by M. H. Day of Deadwood and
othorw. The company expects to enlarge the
plant and fit It for fire reduction.
Doland enjoyed a genuine mad dog scare
last week which was lively for a time , but
only resulted in the untimely death of four
of the canine population of the town.
The sum of J150.000 h'as been raised In
the cast and at SpearJlsh for the old cktor-
Inatlon bulldlo ; at Spearflsh , an Immoo.-o
structure , and for Us conversion Into a 50-
tca smelter.
There are more fish In the Sioux river at
Sioux Falls this spring than at any "time
during the past five or six years. Several
fine pickerel have been landed In close
proximity to the city.
At the recent meeting of the regents of
education , F. G. Orr was transferred , -from
the secretaryship to a 'position ' In the com
mercial' department of I ! rook Ings college ,
and - ' - . F. Allen of Watertown was ap
pointed secretary.
Mrs. Sccora. the wife of Anron Secora.
living near Hlgbmoro , was ju.it recovering
from a severe attack of grip and was 4n a
very weakened condition. A pratrio fire
started and threatened their home , and from
the effects of the fright she lapsed Into unconsciousness -
consciousness from which she never awak
ened.
Christian Endeavorers uro balding a dls >
trlct convention in Cameron.
Cameron's harvest home and Chautauqua
will bo held August 10 to 19 , Inclusive.
The read overseers of Missouri diaw an
aggregate of over $000,000 a year In salaries.
There \\111 be three large brick store build
lugs and several residences built In Savan
nah this year.
The Qnltman Record bcllovej the new
packing houses In St. Joseph will draw
heavy shipments and prove beneficial to the
stock groul.ig Interests of northwest Mis
souri.
Dr. C. J. Blackburn , editor an ] proprietor
of the Blackburn Re-cord , a weekly , sold his
ua er to C. P. Fowler , proprietor of the
Gllliam Bee. Mr. Fowler will assume man
agement of the Record May 1.
A pretty Ohiriton county schoalm-a'am ,
hoping to secure earlier attendance , prom
ise ! to kiss the first pupil at school every
morning , and now the big boys have taken
to roosting on the school house fence all
night.
About COO Turners will assemble la Jeffer
son City on May 8 to assist In dedicating
a monument to the memory of the late 3gE.
A. Zeundt of that city. The man who w Ill
be thus honored was one of the most prom
inent Turners in the iUl .
BANKERS nOLB THEIR MONEY
This Action Resu1tsin a Contraction in
Business ,
mi i
BANK CLEARINGS CoSjINUE TO INCREASE
3F
It al Iron d KnrnlnKB nntl ShliiuiPtitn
iMnlntnln n Stemly fironth , loitv-
IIIKo Vnlltl'"ftrniMn ' for n
Decline In Ttitinc Stark * .
NEW YORK , April 22. R. a. Dun & Co. '
Weekly Review of Trade will say tomorrow :
The iwnr is no longer to bs avoided , and
business Is somuwhat contracted by bank
ers' apprehensions. Therf Is no excuse ex
cept want of nerve for the d cllne. In r.ill-
wny stocks , when earnings have been 14.3
per cent larger than last yair for the first
half cf April , and 4.S per cent larger thin
1M , ( Aith railway tonnage eaatbound from
Chicago about 10 per cent larger than In
1S91Neither
Neither are clearing house trnnsictlons
Bio -my. The week's niyineiitt were S ! G per
cent larger than lost year , and 6.3 IH.T cent
larger than In 1K)2. )
In no a pect can the wheat market be
I considered without finding Just occasion fern
n material advance In prices , which has
been " .Kc for the wesk. The exports from
Atlantto coast ports have been 3,104Si bu , ,
Hour > 1 ( Included , against l.l'JO.n last year , ami
frei-n Pnclllo uoast ixjlnts 435.C3' ! bu. , agilnst
6.1,23) last year , milking for the throe weeks
of j April , k,2 9.49S bu. fro.ni Atlantic ports ,
, against 3.WM70 bu. last year , and from
Pacific ports 2EC3G23 bu. against 711,871 for
the ? ams 'weeks last ycnr.
Tha exports ot corn durln ? the tame three
weclw hav < > be n 11,3 < 0,1SS bu. , against 10.-
221.161 bu. last year , which Is strons evi
dence that the demand tor wheat Is In no
! He-use fictitious.
With < 0.000 tons of bpiaemer Iron sold nt
) Pltlsburg for $10. 40. and -with dealings In
prey forge unchanged , ami pales of 3)QO ( tons
to cur-wheel makers alone at Chicago , and
10,000 tens at eastern morks of Pennsylvania ,
with seme , ut the south for pipe manu-
fncturor-t , the enormous production does not
diminish , and the dcirand for finished prod
ucts In-cludes contracts for 3,0X > tom In
the building of two merchant ships , with
many other contracts In sliht to replace
vc'ssU bought by tht > goivernment ; for two
new piers at Key West , 3,000 tons ; fur the
Chicago postollloe. 9.COO tons ; for the Il.ir-
iNburrc capltol , 2.SOO toiu ; for car building ,
Including one of 3.000 tons at Plttsburs ,
one for a government building1 at Portland ,
Ore. , 1.000 toim ; for track elevation nt Chicago
cage , 2,700 tons : for plates ut Chlcnijo , In-
cludliiK oni lor 2,000 tons ; for forty tons wf
mil" to the Maryland Steel company. SO.CM
to be shlppi'd to- Siberia and JO.WJ to the
Orient , and for 7 , < X tout to a Plttsburg
,
fcncern ( , vlth many structural and Imple
ment contracts of miner Importance. No
decrease , in prices appears , and the produc
tion continues practically unchanged at the
hlarhest point ever known.
Copper l stronger , nJth heavy demand
for consumption.
In wcoleiw the heavy cancellations re
cently reported -prove to bcs In large mcas-
uro requests fur deferred deliveries , but n
bettor demand has been seen during tha
Ust week. In soms < iuirteis on account
of large government orders.
In cotton goods the rt sumption cfuork
by several lar e mills has Increased the
output , and the denvuvl does not appear
to hive diminished. Though print cloths are
at thei lowest point evr known , sales are
of considerable volume-nil 1 there Is at least
enough demand -for other ( rood ? to prevent
any agreement ns to a decrease , of working
capacity.
Failures for the wffk have been 2)1 In the
United States , aalnst 21S last year , and
29 la Canada , agalnbt 21 last year.
IA' CI.UAIUMl 1IOUSU TOTALS.
uf KtiHii-N
l > > - AMKnclntcd HiuiliN.
NCW YORK. April 2--The follcains
tab'.e. compllfd by. lrads ? rpct's shows the
bank ck-arlugs nt rlghty-nlne cities for
the week ended A prll 22 , with the per
centage of incioase and decrease as com
pared with the co'ricspondlns week last
year ; . . i
CITIES. Amount. Inc. Dec.
Jv'ework W7.C70.3SO
Hoston M.17i.SS'J ,
C'liloaKo . IUI.3,411)
Philadelphia. di.sw.4or 1.2
St. IxjuU 9.0
I'lttsburB 11.1
li.iltlmore
ban Krancltco H.llM.To'l
Cincinnati 1JS'3.7DO | 13.1
Kansas City
' "
New Orleans 5.33S'iioj"2i.3
Minneapolis
Detroit ! 2.S
( 'lakeland 2T.S
f " C,762354 ; 10.CJ
1'rovlucuco 1.1
Mlhtaukut ! J
St. I'aul
20.
20.20.ii
OMAHA . \ . . . 0.731.41 ; 20.ii
liullanapolls . i . 4.S3 5.161 17.0
Culumbuj , O..i. . 1
Sa\annah . . . , . , . 2,161.822 J.U
Denver . C.4J
IlartforJ . . . . . . ; , 16.0
Klchmoml . , . 1.0 |
Mumplils . , , M.Oj
\VashlnKton . . . . . . . . . . l.SOl.Wb
1 corla . 1.191.2S8
Kocliester . 1.75 1.132 12.3' '
New Hn\en . ' 1.MJ.210I 1C.O
Worrevter . 1.445.640 c.c
Atlanta . t . 1.3M.377I
Salt I.ake City . 1,41. : 3
hprlngfleld. Mass . 1.SJ3.C32 12.5' '
Tort Worth . 1.7:9,845 34.1
I'ortland Me. . , , . . ' . 1,31)5,024 40.0
Portland , Ore . UG9.3SS ; 11C. !
St. Jueph . 2,1-VJ.OM 2C1.4
I.os Angeles . , . Srtl 41.7
Norfolk .
.S > racne . . ' . . l.ISl.TJSi 20.4
lies Motnea . > . S2.2
Xash\llle . 1.17S.556 23.0 |
Wilmington , Del . . . 773.1JC 1C.I
Tall River . . . K33S 7.3 |
hcrjnton . Mb. 124 5 ?
Grand Itaplds . 1C4.91S :
AUKU ta , Ua . e.t
I.ourll 6M.1CC
Dajlcn , O . . . 743.571 23.0
Seattle . I. ll'J.D
Spokane .
fclnux City .4j. .
Nen Hertford
Kno\vllli > , Tenn
Tupeha CC.M31 20. ! .
Dlimlngliain 53.U 4).S
Wlchlt.1 4"1.5V > I 5.01
lllnRhamton 13.2
Lincoln 274 , 4 i
Jsi
IxlnRton. . K > 3C4.041
' 1M.834 11.3
Jacksonville , I'la ' '
IviilamazM 3r,9,2:5 ' 'ii.'i
Akron 322,0 < JO' 40.C
Day City 19W > ; 27.4
Cliattanorga S26.CW : 33.2
HocUforcI. Ill io.c
Canton. O 29.5
Springfield , O 179.S19 1C.O
r.iruo , N. D 1M.131 M.s
Sioux Tall * . .S. D 1M.C
Haetlncs , Neh 119.722 83,0 '
Prfmont. Neb nc.tr. 180.7'
Davenport C23.595 ! 10.0
t
Toledo 1,492r > 4 13.8
Onltexton 4 , 3.700 | 2).S
Houston 4.19I.27S 15.7
Vounsftonn 267.3171
'Mucon , Oa , . coo.cor
i\nns\llle . . . "
Helena W. ? .
Totals. United Stoife-j'jl.ll3.09l,7v6i ) 19.4
Totals ; outsUe New "Vylfr 47.C.024,4 15.S
DOMINION ! pCANADA. " .
. - fa.- . * ci nl"flt . tl
Montreal lt.lt
Toronto , > . ) ] i & 3.3
Winnipeg . . , , . 93.1
Halifax JVSVj 1.19 ,614 21.3
Hamilton WfR\ \ 091,257 16.4
tit. Johns. N I ) . . & 7I.62DJ 25.S
_ Totsla _ _ _ - _ ± . ± - _ 'j 3MJ7.SI2 ; _ w.o ]
Not Included in tot tfi , because contalnlne
other Itrnm than clcnTllfes.
Not Included In fofiv * bemuse of no com-
parlnon for last > ear.i4l
iuvii\v OK vrocic M\IIKIT.
Serln un Ilt < veVtiimoiiH Are
tL-il Hll
NEW YORK , Aprit-22. Ilradstreefs Fl
nanclal Review tomorrgpr. will aay :
On the whole , the rfppculn.ilye > world has
received the kerlous { developments of the
present week with palmnexs. The Ions .
preparation I'nrouKh whlch ne stock mar '
ket here has jnsseil In thn laat two months
and the fact that -weak bull accounts have
been reduced to a minimum l > y the pree'ed-
ln llnuHatlon account In a large measure
far tma fact. . -J-
The passage of the Cuban Intervention
resolutions by congress , fnplf signature by
the president , with tjie dispatch of nn ulti
matum to Spain and thf resulting rupture
of diplomatic relations had apparently more
decided effect on the foreign markets. In
which the feature Was the Yieavy liquida
tion of Spanish securities and the decline
of that country's 4 per rt m bonds fron
4.2V ; on last Saturday to under SI ,
The fear or decided trouble In the Pnrs |
market , whera Spain's securities nrc lariely
held und dealt In. seems to 'nave li - > n the
principal depressing factor In London At
the name tlmo Americans were weak th r <
and the selling or them for London ac
count was the chief source of pressure In
their market during the first | urt of the
week.
The trading contingent 'nere , who took
entire charge of the * market In the complete
absence of any public Interest , seemed In
fact very nervous nnd was decidedly prompt
to cover Its short contracts on any rumors
Indicating that Spain would withdraw from
Its position or that the course of action
mapped out by congress might be dc'nyed.
The mirket. In spite of fno belligerent
aspect of affairs , had several such rallies
mingled with Usvultlrw nnd dullness In the
early dnys of the wtok. and London's
offerings seemed to be well absorbed.
It might be noted , however , that railroad
bonds. In which t'nere ha * been no specula
tion and no short Interest , were relatively
heavier than the stock1 market , the course
of which -was Inllucnced by those circum
stances.
iiuujyritcirrs itKviu\v UK
( Iciicrnl Trndo it nil .Socnln < l n Ite-
llcrl Ilic lMllii Mii' ' oCVtir. .
NEW YORK , April 22. Bcadstreot's to-
mcrrow will say :
General trade and speculation thN week
'nave exhibited mo t of the chnrnoterUtlc
which have become popularly associated
with the near npprnch of hostilities.
Wnlle there Is reported a further quieting
of distributive trade In some lines nt the
cast and south , traceable nlnio.it dltectly
to anticipated warlike conditions , there la
a lack of regularity even In the repoits
from those centers which servo to b'now
that now the uncertainly o ling prevailing
has been dispelled , trade conditions are
being shaped to t'.ie now order of thing1' .
There Is consequently great Increased ac
tivity In many things on the seaboard ,
accompanied by heavy price advances.
While trade In the interior 8ymn > ilYtlzei
to J. certain extent with this price move
ment , still there Is a perceptibly good trade
reported. The prospect of war has not 'nnd
as much effect Inland ns on the coast.
In commercial lines this week much In
terest nnd activity has been manifested In
Vile demand for leading staples , such an
wheat , corn , oatc , Hour , coffee , most pork
products and cotton. A reflection of this
active demand , vv'iilch had its rise , so far
ns wheat and cstton nro concerned , among
foreUn buyers , who wish to anticipate any
possible Interruption of supplies. H found
In the movement of prices , which for the
Ilrst time in many weeks show a general
upward tendency.
The advance In coffee , sugar and rice are
directly traceable to war Influences , mark-
lug1 , as t'ney do. a de lre cither on the part
of the dcmestlc buyers to protect them
selves against Interruption of supplies or
the anticipated levying of taxation to meet
the Increased outlays of the government.
Careful search among the quotations for
staple products falls to reveal any Import
ant declines In prices , outside of u fruc-
lon.il marking down of steel billets at
ome markets.
Ttu > check to export trades at some j > orts ,
notably nt t'ne south. Is icflectod In tem-
orarlly .smaller shipments of vvhe-U , i Tn
ind Hour. The total shipments of vvhe.it ,
Hour Included , this week abrogated 3,223-
03 bushels .against i.Oij.Si'i bushels last
> veek , ICMCSS bu.shcN In fnli week n year
iso. l.ZSo.OCO bushels 111 1VJO , 2 , 1WJ bushels
.11 . 1MI5 and 2.277.000 buslicla In 1S9I.
Corn exports this vvo ° k aggregate 3 , ? < S3W
Mishols , against -I.CW.COO bushels last week.
' . ,7C ! < .CGQ bushels In this week last jenr and
ijl.dOO hus'ni-ls In IS'iG.
There were 4 buslnnss failures In the
United States this vvcok. ngulnst 215 last
ivcek , 2W In this week u year ago , 210 In
SS and 323 in 1S % .
Business failures In Canada number
If teen , against twenty-seven last week ,
'vventy-two thli week lust year , thirty-
even In UEG and thirty-two In ISO , " ) .
Hradstrcct's has for some time p.ist not
hesitated to point out the unfavorable ef
fects of the prevailing uncertainty as to
our foreign relations on the general condl-
Mon of the country.
There has been some disposition to nt-
rlbuto more to the fear of Impending 'nos-
Illtles than seems proper. Itcports have
l > een glvrn In t'nc press of n large volume
of cancellatl"ns In different lines of trade ,
all , It Is claimed , to the fear of strained
relations.
Widespread Inquiry falls to show any-
hlng like the cancellations In different
Ipes of trade at various cities , with t'ne
sole cjceptin : of the woolen oods In-
dustiy , and even here the causs f de
pression , white primarily given as the dls-
urbed condition of our foreign relations.
ms IHCII by some observeis attributed ,
and we believe to some extent properly , to
Ihe nntural reaction following the activity
tv'.iich wan * such'a ' feature of woolen goods
iiiamifncturlnfr ana year apo. These can
cellations , vvhere ? reported , are said to have
come chlelly from wholesale clothing manu
facturers , and the percentage given of can
celled orders has been placed ns hlg'n a
l to 75 per cent.
A number of mills , however , arc said to
have shut down and the evil of over
stocking Is thought to have been largely
averted. Careful Inquiry , w"iille showing n
considerable portion of the cancellations
to have been due to the prospect of war.
would Indicate that fully 50 per cent of
Ihem have been duo to clot'nlnj ? houses
giving larger orders than t'ney really re
quired in the hope that the market would
continue to advance. As the market has
disappointed them the orders 'nave been
cancelled and the above reasons aligned.
Candidate Mvcs on n Fnrm.
SADBM , Ore. , April 22. ( Special. ) T. T.
Greer , republican nominee for governor , Is
now experiencing the Inconvenience of llviv ;
on a farm and being a candidate for gov
ernor. iHls farm Is nine mllM east of
Salem , near Macleay , xrvj he baa no tele
graph or telephone connection/ * * Since hh
romlnatlon he has been the recipient of a .
large number of telegraphic messages , and
they "necessarily have icen delayed 'n ' transmission -
mission from the Salem telegraph office to
the farm. ( Mr. Grcer never heard of his I
being named as the choice of tha Astoria
convention as a caRdldate for governor until
the evening of the day following the r.omlna-
tloa. The first Intimation received was the
"hurrahs for Grecr , " set up by workmen
In a near-by flelJ. Later , some school glrU
called and told Mr. Greer they had heard he
had been elected to run for governor.
Ini | > rn % rint'ntN In Ariroiiii.
PRB3COTT. Ariz. , April 22. ( Special. )
Preacott h s voted for the Issuance of $150-
000 In bonds for the Installation of municipal
water works end sewerage cystem. The
vote was practically unanimous , 411 to 9 and
comprising nearly the entire polling atrenglti
of the city.
PIIIM.U : , pAinvnitPII.S. .
id. 'Hoffman ' and Xed litoughtcn of Chicago
are at the Barker.
Henry Morris of Cleveland Is the guest
of his brother , Max.
W. Leo Vincent of Davenport , la. , Is a
guest at the 'Baifcer.
D. H. St'fison of Cheyenne , Wyo. , Is reg
istered at the Darker.
Charles 'E. ' iMcKee of St. Paul Is spending
Sunday at the Barker.
K. E. Drownell of Keokuk , la. , a wealthy
banker , is in the city.
G. C. Joftnson and wife of San 'Francisco ,
Cal. , are at the 'Darker. '
Hon. C. A. McCarthy , president of the
Wisconsin Horticultural society , with head
quarters at La Creese , is In the city.
Albert Rcse. fcr a number of years a res-
licnt of this city , has gone to New York
City , vvhero he expects to locate permanently.
A. D. YoungRon of Cleveland. O. , assistant
grand chief of Locomotive KnKif erg. Is iu
the city In conference with the grievance
committee of the Union Pacific engineers.
Thomas D. Mayes , assUUut superintendent
of the public schools of Detroit , Mich. , ar
rived in the city last evening on his way to
Cheyenne , vvhere the wife of a brother Is
vury III. Ho will Icavo for tha west this
cvenlns.
'Harry ' Mosgrovc of Columbus , Curtis Cook
ikr
of Kearoey , L. M. Howe of Wood River ,
W. M. IXime of Fremont , J. Ilurrows of
Platte Center. H. C. Shldner of Platte Cen.
,
ter. A. A. Norton of Arapahoe are state
arrivals stopping at the Darker.
Terd D. Kcch , ceneral manager of the
water works system at Minneapolis , Minn. ,
( a In the city. He Is making a tour of the '
principal cities of the country for the pur-
rcso of inspecting their water works planti
to observe Improvements and Improved ma-
chinery.
Prof. Fellows of the examining board ot
the University cf Chicago has spent several
days l-i the city looking over the records ot
the senior class of the Illgh school. Ho
has found the class' grades excellent and will
pass favorably upon a number of candidates
for admission to the university he represents.
Xebragkaos at hotels J. W. Landers , J , P.
Simpson , Arcadia ; H , D. Crawford , Aurora ;
George * Smith and wife Kearney ; C. W. John-
ton and wife , Hcnlloy ; T. J. Snyder , Wahoo ;
'R. P. iMejers , MM. T. A. OJejera , Og.ilalla ;
' < ! , C. S. Spauldlng. Ord ; David It. Kcer.
Dcllevue ; J , P. Cameron , Tekamah ; W. 11.
LlddlarJ , P. H. 'DUck ' , Rushvllle ; A. B.
Liiigdon , Gretna ; I. D. Clark , James Has-
Paptlllon ; Gertrude Sousley , Nebraika
Cit7\
nous 111:11 IMPIOVIII < < .
Colored Womnn C'oiiiinl ( tlir Urcil
nntl Artrrwnrtl CiinfcKxcii.
A clever and dishonest domestic nearly
succeeded In robbing Peter Merges last night
of J150 worth of jewelry and $70 In money.
Mr. Merges -left hla residence at 621 South
Twentlelh street about 7 o'clock and accom
panied his family to the house of a frlcnJv
Hattle Carson , a colored girl , was left In
charge of the premises ami the family ex
pected t return Iu about an hour. At the
end of that length of time Mr. Merges came
bach and found that his wife's bureau and
jewelry ca.sc had been overhauled And its
contents carried aw y. Severil diamond
rlnjs were m Irs Ing. together with a band *
some brooch net with the same stone and a
valuable gold watch. The money had been
' taUcn from the bottom of a l/urcaii drawer.
It was at first supposed tint burglars had
done the work , as a large side window was
' i open and several flower pots which hid lined
the sill had been thrown to the floor. The
snmo appearance had been kept up on the
outside by several dry gooJs boxes which
had been piled under the window. The
latch had been pried off the sash which had
been left open. In Investigating the nnttor
It seemed curious that nothing else In the
house Md been molested except the bureau
containing the valuables , nnd es the servant
could not account satisfactorily for her
w hereabouts during the absence of her em
ployers , she was taken to the police station.
The woman at first denied all knowledge
of the theft , but later in conversation with
Captain Haze admitted that alie had taken
the goods herself. She accompanied the
officer to the rooms of George Fay , whom
she says Is her friend , nnd the whole of the
missing property was found In hU possession.
The woman will bo charged with grand lar
ceny , but Fay's complicity In the matter Is
not altogether certain , as he claims that ho
. used every Inducement to persuade the
' woman to return the property nnd'vvjs only
waiting until morning to return It on his
own account.
JOHN "iriHi.NAi.n mrit.Ns 'io nr\'rn
Found n.-u.l In Hod In HIM
Shunt * .
John McDonald , an old man cngagcJ In
hauling garbage , was found burned to death
last night la his chanty near Twelfth and
Grace streets. A portion of his dwelling wia
consumed and McDonald hcd apparently met
his death before he realized that the buildIng -
Ing was on firr. The loneliness of the loc.t-
lon suggested foul play , but no cl'cum-
stances | > alntlng that way vu'ie dlicoverrl.
McDo.-'Ud was last seen about G o'clock
vrsterdny by a woman who occupies a cot
tage some distance from McDonald's place.
Ills shanty Is half hidden by the brush and
Is In the rear of the Omaha Casket com-
i iny's building. The vvonan : naw McDonald
return from the Improvised barn in vvhlh
Ms horses are kept and enter the house in
his usual manner. No one elss occupies the
house nnd the building was half consumed
before an alarm was turned In. The lire
had reached McDonald before the arrival of
the department and ho VYCJ found dea 1 In
hj | bod. There were no marks of violence
on the boJy nnd It la supposed that the fire
originated from the explosion- a lamp.
There was little apparent reason for foul
Play , as McDo-ald was without mcar.h with
the exception of his team , vvhlc'j still occu
pied their stalls In the barn. McDonald haa
appeared at the po-3 ! ! station at virlous
times for violating the garbage ordinance
and Is known cs a hard working a-d IjoKen-
slvo man. The coroner \\111 hold an laqucst
this morning , but ho anticipate ] no verdict
except accidental death.
Art
G. W. Llu'nger's art gallery has been
closed to the public for several weeks ba j
cause of repairs that were being maJe anJ j
It will be cpen agiln on Mondays and Sundays -
days commencing with ncxi Sunday.
> \r \ 41 : KIM HI ) ,
roiiH Prnlrlo I'lro ,
CHAMBERLAIN. S. D. , April 2- . ( Spe
cial Telegram. ) Persons arriving from
White River bring details of a disastrous
prairie fire which cwept over practically the
whole of the Rosebud Inaian resarvatlon , de
stroying hundreds , 1C r.ot thousands , of heal
of cattle and horses. So far an known no
Itidtaus lost their lives. Klrc swept over
the greater part of a regioi cinhty nillcn
long and sixty vvUe extending to the Ne
braska lino. It Is oupposed to have boon
started by a white man traveling orurlaulj
to Valentine , N'eb. It was the worst prairie {
fire tlnce the one which destroyed Mount !
Veruon nine years ago. 1
llnrn JloHtrii
RED CLOUD. Neb. . April 22. ( Special. )
During Hie ssvere lain anJ thunder storm
last evening the barn of D. J. Judaon was
struck by lightning aid burned with Ita en
tire contents. No ntock waa lest , cs It ncs
all in pasture. The property waa fully 1s-
cured.
IJHATII III2CUIII1.
Lllr.t. John Hoy.
BERLIN. Neb. , April 22. ( Special. )
Mrs. John Bey , wife of a prominent farmer
llvlnr north of this town died at her home
jpsterd-'y. She was a staunch disciple of
the Christian Science dcctrlno and when only
known to be at death's door would iho cm-
sent for a phyrlclan ta be called. Then
medical treatment was of no avail.
Ilcixirt on
PIERRE , S. D. , April 22. ( Special Tele
gram. ) Public Examiner Taylsr forvvardeJ
his report In the case of Oil Inspector Dow-
dell to the governor. It haa not > et bceT
made public , but probably will be tomorrow.
It it believed to he adverse to the Inspector.
Tim TV L'nniPM Knrly Iu AluxUn.
SKAGWAY. Alak , April 22.-Heports of
a most alarming- character relative to the
condition of the Ice on Lake Bennett have
been brouvbt Into town by men who crossed
tro summit today. The Indications are
that the beginning of the spring tliavv at a
period so premature will make the loss of
much propel ty and possibly many llvc-s al-
insstt a certainty. The Ice has already bi > -
gun to break up.
hrinll Klro.
A vacant bulldins at 1 S South Thirty-
fourth street was partially consumed by
fire about S o'clock last nUht. The cause
assigned WHS fpsntineous combustion and
damage v > as done to the amount f W >
The building- was Ihe property cf Klla H.
Thuyer and -was partially insured.
> lovi-niriilN of Dci-nii VtHNi > lM. April - - .
At New Yorl : Arrived FuerHt Hlsmarck ,
from Hambuig ; Werra. from Genra. I
At Genoa Arrived Alsatli , from New i
York.
At Southampton Sailed Paris , for New
Y3rk.
At Naples Palled Fulda , for New York.
At Oupenstovvn Arrived ntiurla , from
New YorU.
For E
I Perhaps in your family you use
I but little whisky , but you want that
1 little good of the bust. The United
States Government guarantees the
Age and Purity of every bottle ot
through Its Internal Revenue officers
at the distilleries , at l-'rankfoit , Ky.
Every bottle of Old Crow nnd Hermitage -
age Is touted. Bu Mire the Internal Rev
enue Stamp over the Cnrk nnd Capsule U
nnt broken end I hat ft bear * tha nil in o
W. A. GAMES * CO.
ft' Jl it a Gtmtrnnitnt Guarantee that
ton with this tattling ,
ALL DEALERS SELL n
piitn AMI ciui.i 5icA I'ltnrnrot *
Prarco > v ll < - lunilotnt thrVnt
Pile I Me CunNl ,
LIMA. Peru. April 22 11 Is credibly re
ported that the protocol between the Peru
vian and Chilian govorunentsna signed
toJay at Santiago do Chi.I by the Peruvian
plenipotentiary ami the Chllhn foreign min
ister.
If sanctioned by the > congresses of the two
nations the only black cloud on the horizon
of the Pacific , the dispute as to the prov
inces of Tacna and Arlra , will bo removed.
Pi-ddU-r C'lirld > .
< rr > lliuiKrd.
. . Oirro.VOO , April 22. Chris Merry , con-
I vlctfd of the murder ot his nlf'c I'aiillni1 ,
I was hanged In the county jail at 12:01 : today *
Both tlio method and results when
Syrup of Figs is taken ; it is pleasant
nnd refreshing to the taste , and acts
gently yet promptly on the Kidneys ,
I Liver and Bowels , cleanses the sys
tem effectually , dispels colds , headaches -
aches and fevers and OUIXM habitual
constipation. Synip of Figs is the
only remedy of 'its kind ever pro-
dnccd , pleasing to the taslo nnd ao
ccptablo . to the stomach , prompt in
its notion and tnily bcnciicial in ita
effects , prepared only from the most
heal thy and agreeable Biibstmiccs , its
mnny excellent qualities commend it
to all and have made it the most
popular remedy known.
Syrup of Figa is for sale in 00
cent bottles by all leading drug
gists. Any reliable druggist who
may not have it on hand will pro-
cm e it promptly for any one who
wished to try it. Do not accept nny
substitute.
CALIFQRtM HO SYM1P CO.
SM FMUCI3CO , C-'L
" ' ' 'P' ' * rV"X ? , N.Y.
ftsarlos Searles
%
SPECIAL16TS
nnarnutce to cure niiccdlljnnil mill *
onllr nil MMIVOUS. CI1UOMC AM.
I'KIVATK dlienii-H ot Aim nul nuiui-n.
WE&K l.i ] SYPHiLiS
SEXUALLY. cured for life.
Sir.tit Emissions , Iost Manhood , Hy
< rocele , Verlcoce'.p , Qe.norrhei , Oleet , Byph
Ills , Stricture , piles , Fistula and Rectal
Ulocra , Dlubctes. lirlght's Disease cured.
ConsultJtio.i FTJG-
Strietasr ® and flleetSSSSftl
by new method without pain or cutting.
Gallon or addrecc with stamp. Treatment
by mall.
DBS. mm s SEAM
FOH l.M'KUX.VI. AXD i\TIiII.\AL use.
ctitis ! : AMI pitnvr.vrs
ColilH , Coiitflm , More 'Dirout , liiDiienyn ,
] ln > iifhltln , I'liriiiuoiilii , Sut'lIluK
uf the .Joint * , l.iiinliiiKO ,
IlllllllItlllllllullK.
HIIKUU 1TIS1I , MCUlt/.l.lil \ , lli\l ) .
.vein : , ToirniACHi : , v.vrmi.v , uir.
nciri.T IIHCATIII.M ; .
llnd ii } % ' ilendr Ilellef | H u Sure Ciica
for i\rry Piiln , 5Jiriln , Jlrulut' * ,
PitlliM 111 Mie Il.ieli , Uln-Nt or l.iiubx.
It Vint ( lie KlfNt anil U ( lie Only
PA1X IIIMinilV
Tl.at Inttaiuly ktcpa tli ; moat cxciuclatln ; paii9. !
ulU > rf Intlainniatlci. and cuirs turseMlons ,
v.hetlicr of titi I.uncii , Stoinncli , Uowcls or I'.ttttr
tluiiUn &r avails , by utu * upp Icatlon ,
A half to a ( O3 ] )3onul [ in half n tmnblrr o (
vMttcrlll In a fiw inlnuti'a cure Ci-iiip. ,
byaain , Kour Momicli , IlcurlbJtn. .N'l'i\ou.ini-s * .
blei'liUasnCf , Sick Headnc'ip , lllorrliopa , lyj < n-
tcry. Colic , Flatulency an < l a 1 Internal julnn.
Ilioio u not u rcireillal URcnt In t.ic v.uiM
that ul'l ' CUK > finer uri.l acuc anil ull r.tlitr
n.dlall.j'j . Unions and other fever * , al.lt.l by
IIADXVAY'S 1'IU.S , ho t1UiKly | an KADWAVrf
ltiAlV : ItULlUK , SCO o U < U ! eoM by diu -
b-ut .
1'aJway & Co. Now Vcr ! > City ,
IS iim St
DUFFY'S
PURE MALT WHISKEY
ALL DRUGGISTS.
) ! utlirr : 1li > uirr : i ll-illn-rj. : : :
Mrs. Wlnilovv' K otlilnK Synip hns b pn HfPl
fur mar U ) < ara liy inlllU.iii uf motlivrs fur
llielr ulitldrcn fllillc t Mhini ; vrit ; ; i > erfoot cue.
It Koothen thn child , noftsnj the tunic ,
all pain ctiri'i wlmt cnllo nml Is ilio Ivst
lemcdy for Ulanli'.ca. Sold by la
Mr . "VV'liiiliv. ' Soothing djruji" and' tai > iu
other kind 23 cenli a ' ' "
Kdicvcs Kidney 'J
& Bladder ; !
troubles at ci cc. r
Curco in
URINARY
DISCHARGES ?
Chlchcftter * * E gll h I > Union
tNNYROYAL PILLS
O rig Inn I and Oulj Genuine.
rc. frlwi/t r ilfti'U. LAOicttk'Ic.
i > ru rl t Or CMtktttf K * < tlU * IH .
MH tUran | | a Ilcil tit 1 Owl t lurul , >
iUip t kMl vliu tlai rltitxm. *
no other. Hrfnii > 4ngtroutt (
llomanJtmitati * * * . All > rttili , _
la stimfi f r parileoUri , t < UroooUU
IWIcf for r 4lrkM < tI/ft/p. bj reura
11. K'.oCMi T" ttn < .ot li. /TMM/f r.
rlrCbeinIculL'o. M itMior bqcnrCp
igEliu. 1'JIILVUA i'X
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