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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : SATURDAY , OCTOBEtt 15 , 1808.
PAIR SPLIT AT LOUISVILLE
Dolonels and Castaways Each Take an End
of a Doublo-Hcader.
HARD BATTING DECIDES THE CONTESTS
I'oircll Pounded All Over ( lie I.nt la
the VIrut Cliiinc nnil Allrnuk In Hie
Second , CtiiinliiKlinm nnil
Frnrer Dnlnic Well.
? LOUISVILLE , Oct. 14. The Colonels had
b walkover In the first today , pounding
Powell all over the lot. Frazer pitched
a good game la the second and helped his
team with a timely double In the seventh
Inning. Clarke's batting In both games was
a feature. Attendance , 2,000. Score , first
H.H.O.A.I : . H.H.O.A.K ,
par lie. If. . . 24810 llurkett , If. , u l 3 1 u
Hey , cf 2 2 2' U o IfcKpan , M. 1 2 240
lartz ll , if. S S 0 0 0 Wallace , 2b 0 0 6 0 0
ivagncr , Ib. 1 S 14 0 0 Crlner , c. . . .
Taylor , 3b. . . 12230 O'Connor , lt > 0 0 fi 1 0
ItltclH-y , 2b. 1 : 3 4 1 HeMrk'k. rt 1 1 0 0 0
rune'n. M. . 32300 ItitrXi3b. . . . 0 1 0 2
1'fUM.TS , C. . . 1 3 0 U 0 KranU , cf. . . 0 0 4 0 0
Cnnn'R'ni , p 1 1 1 0 0 Powell , p. . . 0 1 0 0 0
TotaJ . . .11 21 5T 14 "l Totals . . . . 2 7 it 9 " 5
Louisville 2 -14
Cleveland 1 00000001-2
Earned runs : Louisville , 12 ; Cleveland , 1.
Stolen base : ClIiiKinnn. Two-bnso hits :
Powers (2) ( ) , Hltchuy , Cunningham , Taylor ,
Drlger , Burke. Threc-bnso hits : Clarke ,
Hey , Hcldrlck. Sacrifice hit : Wagner.
First base on balls : Off Cunningham , 1 ;
pit Powell , 2. Double plnys : Clarke to
llltchey , Cllngman to Wngner. Hit by
pitched ball : Hnrtzcll. Burkett. Loft on
baacs : Louisville , C ; Cleveland. G. Tlrno of
tame : One hour and forty-live minutes ,
umpires : Kmslle and Warner.
Score , second game :
Totals . . . . 11 SI 9 4 TotnlK . . . . 4 7 21 It 2
Game called on account of darkness.
plovcland . . . . . . 021000 3-fi
Louisville . , . 0 00120 1 J
Earned runsi Cleveland , 2 ; LonlRVllle , 1.
Btolcn bases : Taylor , Clarke (2) ( . Two-baso
lilts : Frank , Hey , Frazer. Three-base hit :
Bchrcck , Sacrllleo hits : Hey , llltchey. First
base on balls : Off Altrock. 1 ; off Frazer.
I. Struck out : liy Frazer , 6. Double play :
nltchey to Cllngman to AVagner. Wild
pitch : Altrock. Passed ball : Schreck ,
Left on bases : Cleveland , 4 ; Louisville , G.
xlmo of game : One hour and thirty min
utes. Umpires : Warner nnd Emsllo.
PITTSHURQ , Oct. U. The two ball
tames between Chicago and Plttsburg
( chedulcd for this afternoon were called often
on account oC the Weather. Tomorrow the
season will bo. wound up with a doubleheader -
header with Chicago ,
BALTIMORE. Oct. 14. Baltimore-Boston
Came postponed on account of. rain.
STANDING OF THE TEAMS.
Played. Won. Loat. P.C.
Jioston . IIS 101 47 08.2
Baltimore . 144 9i ! 62 fil.u
Cincinnati . . . . . 152 92 00 110.5
Chlcnco . 150 .V > 05 W.7
Cleveland . 14S 81 C7 54.7
Philadelphia . 118 78 70 62.7
Now York . 149 7G 7i : 51.0
I'lttsburg . 148 72 7li 4S.U
Louisville . 150 09 SI 40.0
Brooklyn . 141 5 : ! 91 CG.8
Washington . 151 ,51 100 .13.8
Bt ; Louis . 150 3D 111 20.0
Games today : lloston at Baltimore ,
Cleveland at Louisville , AVushlngton at
New York , Urooklyn ut Philadelphia , Chicago
cage at Pittsburgh
KVENTS ON THE IIL'XMXO TRACKS.
J''lrrmlile AVlim Owner * ' llniullcnp nt
I.nioiila from AVlint Next.
CINCINNATI , Oct. 14.-Flrcsdo ! won the
Otyiicfp'1 ; Jiandlcnp n iJ atonli > .jtotlayv from
What Next , the favorite , In clever fashion.
Bho waa C to 1 In the betting and was well
played. All the winners wcro better than
§ to 1 , excepting Red Pirate , who < was the
public's choice 'at even money. Results :
First race , ono mile , selling : Ambei
Glints won , Maggie S second , Garnet Rip
ple third. Time : l:42'/4. :
Second race , five furlongs : Red Pirate
won , Ernesplo second , Dcllunco third. Time
Third race , mile and one-sixteenth : Jo <
Bhclby won , Rlllo second , Kumlro II third
U'lmo : l:50'j. :
Fourth race , handicap , ono mile : Fire-
ride won , What Next second , Dave S third
Time : l:41 i.
Fifth race , five furlongs : Florlsant won
I\IiH3 Josephine second , Stancl third. Time
Sixth race , ono mile , 'Belling : Sangamor
won , Culus second , Eglmrt third. Time
NEW YORK , Oct. 14. At Morris park It
the llrst race Swiftmaa and Klnnlklnnli
were heavily backed and at post time wen
rqual favorites. The start was good for al
but Swlftmas. In the last furlong Swlftmai
fame fast nnd made It a dead heat will
Klnnlklnnlc. The owners divided the purse
First race , six nnd , one-half furlongs
Bead heat for Ilrat place between Swlttma
nnd Klnnlklnnlc , Mazarlno third. Time
Second race , selling , five furlongs : Strnng
rst won , Deception second , Tophet third
Time : 1:00. :
Third race , mile nnd one-eighth : Sallo
King won , Banustar second , Algol third
Time : 1:53 : 4.
Fourth race , live furlong ? , selling : Goldci
Days won , Chlvalrouu second , Rosa O'Lc
Oilrd. Time : 1:00. :
Fifth race , selling , one mile : Scotch
plaid won , Banquo II second , Headlight I
third. Time : 1:42 : .
Sixth race , six furlongs : Lady Lindse ;
won , Black Venus second , Effervesccn
third. Time : 1I6V4.
DETROIT , Oct. 11. Results nt Windsor :
First race , Belling , six furlongs : Songe
won. Vlrgle Dlxon second , Plnkoy Pottc
third. Time : 1:20. :
Second race , selling , four nnd ono-hal
furlongs : Mr. Tiptop won , Onatavla sue
ond. Kittle Regent third. Time : 1:14. :
Third race , ono mile : Nlvoo won , Jlr
Flood second. Arrazzo third. Time : 1:50. :
Fourth race , Belling , six furlongs : Mi
Johnson won , Mrs. Jimmy second , Slmco
third. Time : l:20fc. : !
Fifth race , selling , BX ! furlongs : ClsH
Chance won , Cynthia II second , Ferryma
third. Time : 1:2054. :
(1U12A.T HUMP FOR HUTTING CROWI
Directly , I.OIIR : Stint , Knlln liy
In the iiH ( VnoliiKT.
LEXINGTON. Ky. . Oct. H.-On the nft
day of the Kentucky Trotting Hors
Breeders' meeting four races were we
contested and the betting lively , espcclall
In the 2:03 : pacing , which was the fcatur
of the day and a great dump for the bet
ting fraternity. Directly was the favorlt
at prohibitive odds. Belling nt J250 , again ;
$60 for the Held. Ho won the llrst heat I
2:06 : ? , the fastest of the race , the Lad
of the Manor crowding him at the win
In the sucond hfat Directly broke at th
word and fell a hundred yards behind , but
his driver drove for the heat nevertheless
and finished fourth , Lady of the Manor
taking the heut In a drive from Giles
NoytH. Summaries :
First race , 2:20 : class , pacing , purse $1,000
( three heatu paced yesterday ) :
Lily of the Valley , bile , m. , by
Haven ( Mnthls ) 1 3411
Grace Tlpton , ch. m. ( Henyer.4 ) 1222
Alpha W , b , m. ( Smith ) 3 G & 3 3
Santa Tn , ch. m. (8aundcrs.S ( ) 4 n C 4
Wnggo , b. m. ( McCown ) G 2 1 4 ds
Laundry Uoy , b. g. ( Jones ) 2 5dr
Time : 2:15 : , 2:13 : % , 2:14H. : 2:1454. : 2ir : > 14.
Second race , 2:0 : $ pacing , purse $ l,5CiQ :
Lady of the Manor , ch , m. by
Mambrlno King ( Oeern ) 2 1 2 1 1
Directly , blk. B. ( Weal ) 14158
Indiana , b. g. ( McCarthy ) 8 8 G 2 2
Giles Noyes , br. g. ( Ames ) 9 2 4 8 10
Arlington , b. B. ( Branlgan ) 3 31010 3
Nicol U , b. B. ( McLaughlln ) . . . . 7 5 G 3 4
Woodland Boy , b. s. ( Curry ) . . . G 9 3 G G
William Me. blk. K. ( Green ) . . . . 47975
Ace. b. , ( McEwnn ) 1011 847
CoiiBtmrut , b , B. ( Addlngton ) . . . S 6 7 9 9
Exploit , b. H. ( Nethaway ) U lOdr
Time : 2:0&14 : , 2:0)Vs. : 2OSJ : , 2:10 : % . 2:00'i. :
Third race. 2:19 : class , trotting , purse
MIsB Sidney , b. in. , by Sidney
( Doyder ) Ill
Onward Jr. . ch. g. ( Burns ) 2 2 G
Rubber , blk. m. , ( Snow ) 10 .1 2
Fanny Brown , b. m. fPhelpfl ) G 7 3
Esparta Rex , b. H , ( Hutchlngn ) 445
Limerick , br. g. ( Root ) S S 4
Dr. French , b. g. ( McKay ) 5 G 7
Su le Howe , gr. m. ( Lesh ) 759
Splnalong. b. m. ( Starr ) 998
Harry , blk. g. ( Delllngcr ) 3dr
Time : 2:14Vi : , 2:15 , 2:16'A. :
Fourth race. 2:23 : trotting , purse $1,000 :
Maggie LUSH , blk. m. , by Clceronu
( West ) 1 1 1
Snowdrift , blk. m. ( Bcnyon ) 225
Lillian , blk. m. ( Flomerfert ) 3 3 2
Besslo Owens , ch. m. ( Arthur ) G & 3
Barren Wood , br. g. ( Thomas ) 444
Grey Baron , blk. s. ( Sunders ) Gds
Louise W. blk. m. ( Shockensy ) 7 ds
Amberse. ch. e. ( Klnney ) ds
' Time : 2:15H. : 2:1414 : , 2:1514. :
IMiiiiort | liuueN.
DAVENPORT , la. , Oct. 14.-Results :
Trotting , 2:20 : class : Heir Medium won ,
Aggie Medium second , Bonnie Wllkca third.
L'Enfllgn fourth. Best time : 2:15. :
Pacing , 2:55 : class : Streeter R won , Cora
Young Bccond , Ben II G third , Anna Time
fourth. Best time : 2:15Vi. :
Trotting , 2:30 : class diminished ) : Straight-
wood won first heat , Kane second heat , Alit
and Swunsey placed. Best time : 2:1914.
Pacing , 2:10 : class ( unfinished ) : Gladstone
won drat heat , Jersey Mac , A R and Rex B
placed. Time : 2lli. :
LINCOLN TO OUT A HOT OAMH.
Tnrlclo < o Meet U. of N. on the GridIron -
Iron Thin Afternoon.
LINCOLN , Oct. 14.-Spcclal. ( ) What
promises to bo the best game of foot ball
at Lincoln this season will be played to
morrow on the university campus between
the tv/o teams oC Tarklo college and Uni
versity of Nebraska. As both have been
putting in considerable time In hard work
upon the Individual playing nnd general
team work , very good pluylnp will be seen.
The lineup for the game will be :
University. Position. Tarklo
Mclford . center . Clausen
Turner . right guard . Parker
Hanson . left guard . Haupt
1 Klngsbury . right tackle . Easton
Plllsbury . left tackle . Balme
Breln . right end . C. Waugh
Elliot. Foolmer . left end . Van Hall
Cowglll . quarterback . Davidson
Benedict . right half . Gibson
Williams . left half. . . F. WnUgh
Irwln . fullback . Nlcoll
University substitutes : Lletmann and
Sellout Tcnnt at Teknmali.
This afternoon the High school eleven
of this city will play the Tekamah High
school eleven at that town. This Is one
1 of the games for the Intcrscholastlc ch.am-
| plonshlp of this part of the country. The
Omaha knights of the gridiron are not
overly strong this year , but will make a
good fight. The lineup Is :
Hutchlnson , right end : Al Dickinson ,
right tackle : Cathroe , right guard ; Free
man , center ; Roberts , left guard ; Ras-
musscn , left tackle ; Thomas , left end ;
Prltchard , quarterback ; Thurkles , right
half ; Furay , left half ; Englehardt , full
back ; McDlnrmld , Lehmer and Griffith ,
Foot Ilnll Giintcn Tortay.
Omaha High school ngalnst Tekamah
HlEh school at Tekamah.
Nebraska against Tarklo at Lincoln.
1 Pennsylvania 'against Lehlch at-Phlla-
Yale against Newton Athletic slub at
Cornell ngalnst Rochester university at
Princeton against Naval academy at
Harvard against West Point at West
Iowa against Minnesota at Minneapolis.
Kansas against Ames at Lawrence.
Atlantic OutklcItM Ailnlr.
ATLANTIC , la. , Oct. 14.-Speclal ( Tele
gram. ) The foot ball season opened here
this afternoon with a game between the
Adalr and Atlantic teams.The | visitors av
eraged twenty pounds heavier , but were
shut out by a score of 12 to 0. Twenty-live
mlnuto halves were played. Franklin ant !
Wallace of Atlantic made a touchdown am !
Kleser kicked a goal.
Snnp Sliotn 1O Ceutn.
On Saturday. Oct. ICth , a special gale prlci
of ten cents will be made on our closan
book of 48 views of the Exposition. Thl :
price Is reduced from 25 cents for this oni
day only. Don't fall to call at The Bei
business office for a copy.
Physician "Who Attended Gnrfleld.
WASHINGTON , Oct. 14. Dr. N. S. Lin
coin , ono ot the oldest and best know :
physicians of this city is dead. The troubl
was old age and general breakdown. Th
doctor was over 70 , and during his coree
has attended many ot the families ot publl
men residing here , though of late year
his practice bos been confined largely t
that of a consulting physician. He tva
one ot the attending physicians upon Presl
dent Garlleld during the long struggle to
life that followed bis shooting by Qulteau.
r Snmpnnn In In Good Health.
WASHINGTON , Oct. 14. In consequcnc
of the recent newspaper statements to th
effect that Admiral Sampson was In a ba
state of 'health In Havana and would hav
to bo relieved from further service on th
Cuban Evacuation commission , Secrotar
Long sent him a telegram , asking as t
the truth of the matter. He has Just re
colved a telegraphic reply from Admlra
Sampson saying briefly that there Is n
truth In the reports and' that he is well.
A. W. Frnncln of I.o A
LOS ANGELES , Oct. 14. A. W. Francis
collector of the port of Loa Angeles , wa
found dead In his bed today. Heart dta
ease is ascribed as the cause of death. Th
dead man was appointed as collector of th
port hero by President McKlnley about
o year ago. He was formerly a resident e
t Ohio and was a warm personal friend c
President McKlnley. Ho was 74 years c
age. Ho was once manager ot the Clncln
X OneCCCCGOCeCWXKa !
made with Londonderry has the vim , sparkle ,
and effervescence of a freshly opened bottle
is a pure , sparkling" spring water , and refined people
all agree that it is the best table water in the land.
Fusion , dallarlier * Ca.T > ltrlbvit r * . ,
t H Salu py t Shcruian Council Drug C ) . STILL AND arAKtvuinu. jj
* % 20CCC O2 > DCCSS3 3OOC
All Branches of Business Transacted on
Narrow Margins of Profit.
CLEARINGS ARE TWENTY PER CENT HIGHER
Wheat In More Active irllh Prievi
Two Cctitn Ilrttcr for Snot nnil
Xrnrly Three CeiH
for Uiilloim ,
NEW YORK. ocn. H : R. G. Dun & Co.'s
Weekly Review of Trade will B0y tomorrow :
nith actual payments through clcarln"
week'o iSCrf "l 'arccr ' lllan ' " S 5
nr. i iS 92U , canilot bt > sal ( > ' "at bual-
any sense falling off. and yet
ng becnuso tho-nmoJSt
8mallpr thQIJ was f"r-
- " >
bUBlness t o Is now trans-
aefed nn "arr ° wer margin of profit than In
any other time of fair brosperlty. There Is
, c.hange' , and Perhaps a permanent
from trade "crcontnBe , , of profits derivable
and manufactures as well as In
the i profits obtainable by transporters.
Progressive civilization calls for a lower
f hi ? pro.nts and of prlces 8B ll > e volume
transacted increases In order to
' ln the conuitlo
bus'nlss ' ' 8 raor ° active with prices
cents higher for spot and nearly 3
uts for December options. Very heav\
mrchases have been nmde within the las'
! LiayS ; ni ? ° 8 yct rcfl"tcd In the olllcla
shipments , but the exports frnn
n"i1ast8' . "our lncl < led , have been 4.
neal"8t 4'S8fi. ° 15 Bushels for
same week last
year. U is especially
iiterestlnK that In spite of the general dls-
lot'ltlon of farmers to hold back their wheat
.ho wes cm receipts have been for the week
much larper than last year 20,709,165
' .MfalnSt 10696'CB4 bushels last year.
, . , ,
\ hi o little
attention Is now paid to the of-
elal reports they seem to foreshadow n
larger return for the crop than has been
made In any previous year.
The price of corn has advanced about 2
! euts. though the receipts are Just now
larger than a year ago. The price of spot
cotton is a sixteenth lower than a week
igo , and the January option has also lost
. few points , while
there Is a weaker mar-
: et. This la duo to the admission that the
irlco of print cloths , now a sixteenth below ,
: annot be sustained without a selling
igency , which Is now proposed. Although
: he production nt Pall River Is in excess of
lemand the difficulty In prices Is probably
largely duo to the belief that a big yield of
5oUon must reduce the prlco of the material.
iVhllo some woolen mills have started oper-
Ulon during the week , quite as many have
itopped. Although wool is about 10 per
: ent lower than It was February l , the manu
facturers are not buying and the market is
emarkably dull , with sales during the last
: wdweeks of only U.m.luo pounds at tno
: hree chlet markets , against 24,331,000
lounds last year , 14,636,300 pounds in 1896
, nd 13,703,800 pounds in 1SS2. The general
deling Is that the price of material must
lecllne before the manufacture can much
Increase Us sale. Orders for goods have
been a llttlo better and a few mills have
esumed operation , but there is as yet no
mch demand as is necessary to sustain cur-
ent prices of wool.
The Iron manufacturers again report a
jmall Increase In weekly oulput , 21C.C35
ions , against 213,043 tons u month ago , and
-vlth the decrease In quantity ot unsold
itocka on hand outside the great steel com
anies the apparent consumption for the
month of September was 983,804 tons , against
980,503 tons In August. There arc quite
heavy eastern orders for foundry iron , fully
upportlng prices , and nt Chicago prices of
local Iron are strong , with lers disposition
\o \ sell southern pig at reduced quotations.
he orders for finished products Include a
ery heavy demand for plates , especially for
> hlp yards , several of considerable magni
tude for structural works covcrlng-about
15,000 tons , and an unusually heavy demand
tor bars , especially on account of orders for
ar works , although there has been , an ex
pectation of n big break In prices of cotton-
ties. In pipes Plttsburg has been able to
place orders for thirty-six mites ot ten-Inch
pipe and other orders for 100 miles are prac
Failures for fho week wore 205 in t 3
United States , against 223 last year , anC
twenty-five in Canada , against thirty-six
REVIEW OF TUB STOCK MAIUCET.
UiicorlulntlcM nt Home nml Alirnoil
lU-ilucc Intercut In Dcalln M.
NEW YORK. Oct. 14. Bradstreofs Finan
cial Review tomorrow will say :
Speculation in .the early part of the week
was dull and the market's tone steady. Pro
fessional trading and manipulation Have
supplied the bulk of trade throughout and
the public has been conspicuously indifferent ,
It would seem that the decline In th ? indus
trials , the alleged influence ot election un
certainties and the unsettled political out
look in Europe have combined to rsduco the
Interest to very small dimensions. Bearishness -
ness on the part of the traders resulted , how
ever , in the creation of a fair short interest
and while the large financial interests show
very evident signs ot a disposition to wall
until after the election , certain powerful ele
ments In the street appear to have taken ad.
vantage of the situation to create a rally or
the shorts. . This was facilitated by a rist
In grain prices and heavy forehjn purchabts
of foreign brcadsturts. Railroad earning !
also continue to make remarkably favorabli
exhibitions , even in comparison with thi
largo revenues of a year ago. The continue !
and apparently Increasing ease of money I ;
another sustaining factor nnd is partly responsible >
sponsiblo for any decided liquidation o
speculative holdings in the slock market.
Industrial stocks have again been th <
principal object of attention. Sugar con <
tlnued its irregular decline , falling td 108 %
but has had frequent rallies on the short in
torest. On Friday , however , it broke on al
leged new cuts. Tobacco , though less active
has been Irregular. The announcement tha
the control of the Drummond factory at St
Louis had been secured was accompanied h ;
reports of the issue of considerable stock ti
pay for It and a renewal of the plug tobacci
war. On this the orlco of the mock wen
down from 127 % to 116 , but support was ex
tended to it and the stock issue denied
whereupon it rallied to 120 % .
While a better tlgure has been apparen
about the railroad stocks , that cart of thi
list as a whole has been neglected. Prlcei
sagged wearily until Wednesday and thei
recovered. An Incident was tbo advance o
Great Northern to 140 % , the highest prici
ever recorded for It. The very favorabli
weekly earnings of the St. Paul road main
a good impression , but fall to create an ;
decided movement In the stock. Nor hav <
the yellow fever reports from the south en
couraged the bears to attack the rvcuritle
of railroads In that section. The prlnclpa
feature of the railroad list was the move
raont ot Northern Pacific. Under selling in
duced by stories of an international dls
agreement in the management the price o
the preferred was put down from 75H t
74 % and that ot the common from 42H ti
2SH. They rallied to 76 and 41V& . respect
Ively , on short coverings and fresh buylni
duo to reports that the dissensions had bcci
settled and that a dividend on the commoi
was In prospect.
niSTHIIIUTIVR TIIAUIS" 1MIMIOVBS
Ilnllronil nnil IlnnU dent-lux * Inillcnti
Healthy State of ] ! UNIICMII.
NEW YORK. Oct. U. Braflstreefs ro
morrow will say :
While the advent of cooler weather Ii
most sections of the country has undoubtedl
been Instrumental in causing some of th
Improvement in the tone of the dlstrlbutlv
trade , perceptible at most markets thi
week , the beneficial effect upon general bus
iness , and particularly ' on agricultural prod
ucts and staple cereal's , for which there 1
reported an Improved demand abroad , or
not to bo lost sight of.
At most western centers an Improvemen
in the retail and Jobbing trade In scasonabl
dry goods , clothing and shoes is rcporte
and more seasonable weather nt the soul
Is responsible for some relaxation of th
absurd quarantines , which have done E
much to cripple trade In that section. Par
'tlcularly prominent In this connection Is th
loosening of the quarantine * in the lowe
Mississippi valley , wherr it begins at lost ,
\pparcntly , to be appreciated that the quar
antines are worse than the disease they aim
Good export demand on general European
iccount , smaller shipments from Russian
nnd Oanublan points , Ices favorable reports
regarding Russian nnd Australian crops and
an undoubtedly active home demand for
wheat for milling , * superinduced by the ac-
tlvo foreign call for Hour , have all worked
: o strengthen the price of wheat this week ,
and sympathetic reflection is found In the
improved call for other cereals at slightly
Jettcr prices. Another favorable feature in
the foreign trade situation , too , has been
the apparently satisfactory progress-making
In developing the trade with our new pos
sessions In the Atlantic nnd Pacific.
Largo orders on Cuban account are said
to have been placed recently In New York
and heavy shipments to Manila and other
Pacific ocean points , with the reported startIng -
Ing of new lines of steamships to Honolulu
nnd Australia , nil bear testimony to the
energetic efforts of American business men
to build up our trade abroad. Railroad
earnings nnd bank clearings continue , to
turnlsh favorable measures ot current bus
v ci < KAiii.notisn TOTALS.
of UiiHlncMN TraimnutloiiN
liy th * ; ANNiirlutril Ilankx.
NEW YORK , Oct. 14. The following ta
ble , complied by Urndstrcct's , ! hews the
bank clearings nt eighty-nine cities for the
week ended October 13 , with the percentage
of increase nnd decrease ns compared with
the corresponding week last year :
Mattte Johnson. 117 Ndrth Eleventh stree
was robbed yesterday ot a diamond rlr
valued at $150. which had been left in hi
dressing case. She had a suspicion that tl
thief waa Joseph Johnsou , a relative , wl
had access to her rooms , and she notlfi <
tbe police station to that effect. Last nlgl
Johnsou was arrested in South Omaha , ha'
Ing on his person a pawn ticket for the rln
Ho would give no Information regarding I
however , and detectives will make a sean
today of the various pawnshops.
G. A. Jauett ot Chicago Is a guest ot tl
C. M. Dell of St.'LouIsMs a guest ot tl
E. Lowe Martin of Kansas City Is at tl
J. A. Black , M. D. , of Pueblo , Col. , Is
William Grace of Chicago Is stopping
A. T. Goshorn and J , II. Gert ot Clnclnnc
are stopping at the Mlllard.
Captain J. A. Sladcn , U. S. A. , ot For
land , QIC. , Is a visitor in the city.
Miss Ilceves of Taylor county , Iowa ,
visiting Mrs. Uockefellow on Sherman av
J. E. Doyd , an attorney at Oakdale , Ncl
has been spending several days at the c
U. II. Kott returned homo to Marlon. I ;
yesterday afternoon after a quiet and e
tended visit with his son , Harry Nott.
J. K. Lctton , C. W. Goodlander and A.
Coon , proprietors of the Goodlander hotel
Fort Scott , Kan. , are among the visitors
William C. Hcnrlci and wife , Mrs. J.
McCoy , W. S. Hannah and J. K. South
of Kansas City are la the city attending t :
Judge R. S. Tuthlll ot Chicago , with f
wife and daughter , are guests ot Beech Ta
lor and family. They will remain un
Mead D. Dotwller of Harrlsburg , past e
alted ruler of the Elks and prosecuting a
torricy of his district , has been In the cl
for a couple of days.
Mrs. J. W. Stanton , wife of Supcrlntcm
cnt Stanton of the Illinois fruit exhibit , a
rived last night and will remain here un
tbe close of the exposition.
Edward Kosewnter , editor of The Bee , h
received an invitation to participate In tl
Chicago Peace Jubilee as one of the gues
of the. management of that occasion.
A. C. Halllwell of the Chicago Daily Dro
era' Journal la In the city attending the c
position. Ho is Interested In the live sto <
exhibit and says that U Is one of the be
that ho has ever seen.
T. 8. Ilattle , assistant general frelg
agent of the Chicago & Northwestern Ra
road company , accompanied by Mrs , Hat !
and Mr. and Mrs. Smith of New York , wp
at the exposition yesterday , the guesta
Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Kleretead.
Nebraskans at tbo hotels ; H. H. Mllli
Nebraska City ; R. J. Sauilrls , L. C. Kct
Kearney : Heber Hord. Central City ; F. 1
Daires , Jr. , Beatrice ; H. H. Loughrldgo a
wife , Mrs. S. B. Loughrldge , John S. Fine
Lincoln ; George H. Sherwood , Kearney.
Brigadier General Charles F. Humphr
paid a call to his friends at army headquu
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Mr. Key is famous as the painter of the World's Fair ,
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C.er very heartily congratulated on his recent
ae promotion. He Is now attached to the staff
of General Miles and expects to return to
y- Hon. E. J. Lawyer , state fire marshal for
y111 Maryland , and Jacob Kuhns , a prominent
merchant of Greensburg , Pa. , both of whom
are accompanied by their wives , are In the
Xt - city , the guests of Ilev. Luther M. Kuhnf.
tty They are all attending the exposition nnd
are delighted with the exhibits and the beau-
Prof. Willis L. Moore , chief of the
rtll Weather bureau , and Colonel J. H. ' Brigham -
ham , assistant secretary of agriculture , left
last night on the special train for Chicago ,
as where they will rejoin the presidential party
on its return from St. Louis. After taking
ts part In Chicago's peace jubilee all will re
turn to Washington ,
VX - II. II. Kohlsaat , editor of the Tlmea-
Xck Herald of Chicago , accompanied by hla
brother. Judge C. C. Kohlsaat , and his
st father-in-law , Mr. Blake , spent yesterday at
the exposition. The party returned to Chi-
bt cagd la&t night. Mr. Kohlsaat says this U
II.10 the first vacation he has taken since he
.10 bought the Times-Herald ,
r II. E. Van Demau of Parksley. Va. , the
expert employed to Judge the fruit exhibit *
In the Horticulture building , has arrived
and has commenced his labors. It will be
several days before ho will have gone
through the numerous exhibits and reached
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shown early in the season and now out nt
market his Judgment as to points will be
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