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TITE OMAHA DAILY JlEEs TUESDAY, JUNE 2, 1003.
THEY PUT UP PRETTY GAME
Quakers and Senators Meet at the Nation
AND THE MEN OF PEACE WIN LAURELS
Waahlnalonlans Are .that Oat nr
Philadelphia Becaa Waddell
Waa ta Them lade.
WASHINGTON, June l.-Washlngton re
turned home today after a long absence
and waa shut out by Philadelphia through
inability to hit Waddeil. Attendance, 3,243.
bVore; . .
It H O. A. B
rirk.rlng. cf. 1 t
nivm. lb 1
a.lbach. If... 0
Ryan, cf t
l t t
i.. i rnns, lb. . 1
Heyhold, rl... 0
Murphy, tb. ., 0 0
Hoffman, If., e a
W Ooas, aa..- 1
Shrlc, c t I
Wadd.li, p .. t e
CoU(hlln, lb., t
. o it o
rownsena, p.. 0
Totala I t 17 11 . Totals I If li t
Washington 0 0 0 0 0 9 0 00
Two-base hit: Belbaoh, Pickering. Stolen
base: Coughlin, Da via. Double play:
Coughlin. ta Carey. First baae on balls:
Off Towneend, 3; off Waddell, 1 Hit by
pitched ball: Ryan. Struck out: By Town
send. 6; by Waddell. . Left on bases:
Washington, 4; Philadelphia, s. Wild pitch:
Townsend. Time; Umpire: Sheridan.
Wrangling- at Detroit.
DETROIT, June 1. St. Louis won a game
replete with hitting, errora and wrangling.
Detroit earned five runa In the opening
Inning, then the visitors got to hitting. In
the seventh Heldrlck and Powell were put
out of the game by Carruther and several
others had narrow escapee, two bad errora
gave the game away In the ninth Inning.
Attendance, 1.697.- Score:
ST. LOUIS. DETROIT.
R.H.O.A.B I R.H.O A B.
nurkatt. If... 1 OBarratt. ef.... 110
Kahoe, rf.,... 1
Kriei, rf-tf... t
Wailaca, aa. .. 1
MT'rm'k. lb. 1
1 t 0(Luh, tb. Ill
0 Crawford, If.. 1 till
t 1 0 Rlbartala. M. 1 1 1 4 1
117 0 Carr, lb 1111
1 II 0 I Smith, lb t 1 4 I
111 eiDeaaellir, rf.. 1 I 0
I I I e'neoutre, ... 6 111
0 4 0;Kltaon, p 0 1 I
11 0 xDooovaa .... 0
I 10 14 4
Total Tliril 1
xBatted for Kltson in the ninth.
St. Louis...... 0 1100010S-7
Detroit iOOOlOOOO I
Two-base hits: Gessler. Powell, Heldrlck.
Three-base hit: Oessler. Home runa:
Smith, McCormlckC Hit by pltohed ball:
By Powell, 1; by Kltson, 1. First base on
halls: Oft Kltson, 2. First base on errora:
Detroit, a; St. IjOuIs, 4. Left on bases:
Detroit, 6; St. Louis, 10. Sacrifice hits:
Lush, Anderson. Btolen bases: Anderson
(2. Padden. . Struck out: By Kltaon. 6;
by Powoll, I; by Siever, S. Double play:
Padden to Anderson. Time: 8:00. Um
pires: Hassett and Carruthers.
Home Ran Oyer tbe Feace.
NEW TORK, June 1. Courtney's home
run hit over the fence, scoring Qanicl
ahead of him In the ninth Inning saved
the New York Americans from a shut out.
The Bostons hit Chesbro hard and Howell
relieved him In the, seventh. Score:
BOSTON. . NEW YORK.
t R.H.O. A. 1.1 R.H.O A B.
Douihertr. If t 1 I A. Davis. If.. I
Collins, lb.... I
O'Brien, cf... t
2 11 OIKNIar, rf.... alto
A OlMc-r.rland, rf 1 1
OiWIIIIama, Jb. 1 I
I oVlanaal. lb.... 1 1 II
0 1 t'onroy, lb.... 1111
Tourtnay. as.. 11111
1 OjOTonnor, ..!
I Bvllla, 1 ( 1 1
K'h.thro. p.... I
Freeman, rf.. 8
ferrla, lb. ...
Crlfer, to. ....
I 11 MIS l'Howall, p.... I 0
,1 Touts t 4 14 I
Boston 0 0801 0 103
New York 0 000000 S 3
Two-base hits: O'Brien. Keeler. Three
base hits: Conroy. Home runs: Freeman
2. Courtney. First base on halls: Off
Chesbro & off Howell 1. off Hughes . First
base on errors: Boston 1, New York 1.
Struck out: By Hughes 8, by Chesbro 6,
by Howell 2. Stolrn bases: Dougherty,
LaCha.nre. Collins Double plays: Collins.
Ferris and IaCharrce, Ferris. Parent and
LaChance, Wllltamsi Courtney and Gansel.
Left on baaes: Boston . New York 8.
Passed ball: Bevllle. Hit by pitched ball:
By Hughes 1. Time of gam: 1:60. Um
pire: O Loughlln.
At Chicago Chicago-Cleveland gams post,
poned un account of rain.
, Steading of the Teams.
....,, Played. Won. Loot, P C
St. Louis ..
New York .
20 15 .571
'. 19 15 .t9
2D . 1H .trM
17 15 .531
18 I 17 .518
1 18 .471
iiumna twinv: St. IjOtils at Detroit. Cleve
land at Chicago, Philadelphia at Washing
ton, Boston at New York.
GAMES IN NATIONAL LEAGUE
New Yorkers .Play Horse with the
' Coal Heavers, Who Make
, tilarlesr Errors.
PITTSBURG, Pa., June l.Error and
slow playing put Pittsburg out of the run
ning in the second Inning when four hits
bv Now York assisted bv two errors by
the home team netted six runs. Attendance
NEW YORK. ' I riTTSBURO.
, R.H.O. A E. It.H.O.A.l
ftrowna. rf.... 1 8 8 0 0 Baaumaat. et. 1 1
Rreananan, ill I t t Kabrlns, rf... 1 1 M
Mitlann, tb.. 1 I .0.Wanar. aa...Ki I 9
M-rtra, It.... 1 11 o'BranaSalS. lb 1 11 I
Bahh. aa till , Leach, lb 1114
Lauder, lb.... t 1 8 Itllchay. lb... 13
tillbert, lb-...l 14 8 IKnw, If.... 18 1
Bowarman. 1.1 I I 8 Phalpa, 1 1 8
u.ik... m 1 1 Dobanr. .... 1 3
ToUla 1 1 87 Tl "J ToUU I 1 17 1 I
New York ,....,... 4 1 0 0 0 1 0 0-10
Pittsburg 0 0 0 6 0 3 0 0, 0-2
Two-base bjt8: Sebrlng, Branafleld. Rlt
chey. Brown. Home run: Mertes. Sacrifice
hits: Bresnahan. Lauder. Stolen bases:
McGsnn 2. Double plays: Gilbert and Mc
tiann. Gilbert. Babb and MoUann. First
base on balls: Off Doheny 8. off Mathew
..... nlf hv nltrhed ball: By Mathewaon.
mnw'u out: tv Doheny 1. by Mathewson 2.
Wild oitch: Mathewaon. Time: 1:35. Um
Brooklyn-Chlcsgo game St Chicago post
poned: wet grounas.
...... H w.l rniimls.
Phiiadelphia-st. Louis game at St. Louis
Standing of the Teams.
Played. Won. Lost
New York 37
TtWOTklvn ait e hlrm.o. New York at Pitt.
burg, Philadelphia at i. Louia.
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION GAMES
Coeas Deea lea Sharp Twlrllag for
tbe Distillers and Millers
Co to the Dast.
MINNEAPOLIS, Jan 1. Minneapolis
could not hit Coons today, wnu Louis
vllU's hits earn at opportune times. Th
Tfcal'o All I
TUB wTtTlfTJTXXWa CCa
gm waa devoid of feature. Attendance,
LOlliVlLI.g I MINNCAroLia.
It.H.O A C I R.H.O A B.
Kiriln, rf. ,
t Irm.r, tb..
1 1 t I n'Mmrrm. cf. 1 I I
iRpoonar, lk.. 1 1 14
ollnr. It t 1 I
lamlth, rf (II
I.udwit. c ... I 1
M.lntjre, tt. 4 0
turn, lb.... t
vl)r. m 1 t
Totala 7 1117 11 I Totals I I IT II 1
Itilsvllle i, 0 11 0 2 0 07
Minneapolis 0 0 I 0 0 0 0 13
Two-baa hits: McCreery (2), Dally,
fllirelver. Three-base hits: gpooner, Ker
wln. Double playa: Kerwtn to White to
Sullivan; Chllda to t'lymer to Shrelver.
Bases on balls: Off VasMnder, 8; off Coons,
S. Struck out: By Vasbinder, 2; by Coons,
2. Bacrtflce hits: Spooner. Vneblnder. Sto
len bases Ludwlg. Odwell. Hit by pitched
ball: Shrelver. Passed ball: Dud wig. Deft
on bases: Minneapolis, 7: Louisville, .
Umpires; Mullane and Cunningham. Tim:
Pltehera Battle at tt. Fnal.
ST. PAUL, June 1. Chech and Ford had a
pitchers' battle today, but the local nan
received poor support Attendance, M.
INDIANAPOLIS. I ' ST. PAIL.
R.H.O. A I.I R.H.O A. .
Hrvarl.var. rf. 1 Qatar. II...... 1111
tot. lb 1 1 4 4 Shannon, cf.. I 0
Jonaa, If 14 1 4 Jarkaon, rf... 1
Klhm, lb..... 1 1 11 l Rchaaftr, as. . 1 1 I I
Coultar. cf... 1 I Wbarler, lb.. tilt
O-Brian, aa... 4 I Husstna. lb.. lit
Tamaeu, lb.. 1 I Kallay, lb.... 1 10 1
Hardon. c.... lit Sullivan. ... I I
ford, p 1 1 CiCbacb, p 1 I
Totals 4 4 17 14 "o! Total I 17 IS 4
Indianapolis 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 14
St. Paul 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 o-m
Three-bas hit: Heydon. Sacrifice hit:
Fox. Double playa: Huggins to Kelleyi
Jones to O'Brien; O'Brien to Klhm. Stolen
baae: Fox. Bases on balls: Oft Chech,
4; off Ford. 1. Struck out: By Chech. 8
by Ford. S. Wild pilch: Chech. Deft on
bases: St. Paul ; Indianapolis, 4. Time
1:40. Umpire: Moran.
MILWAUKEE, Wis., Jun l.-Mllwaukec
Columbua game oostDoned: rain.
At Kansas City Toledo-Kansas City, no
game; wet grounds.
Standing of tbe Teams.
Flayed. Won. Lost.
Louisville at Minneapolis:
Indianapolis at St. Paul; Columbua at Mil
waukee; Toieao at Kansas city.
COLORADO SPRINGS TO COME
Top Ifotekers Will Open Series with
tha Raarke Family Toes
If the rain ceases the base ball season
here will be resumed Tuesday, when Colo
rado Springs is scheduled to begin a series
with Rourke's men. Game will be called
at 3:45 and ths line-up will be:
Omaha., Position. Colorado Bpgs,
Wright First Everltt
Shtigart Second ....... Nlll
Dolan Short FrancVs
. Ieft ...
. Right ..
THE WESTERN IS KNOCKED OUT
Wet Oronnds and Two Teams Tied
Vv by Floods Prevent Aay
PEORIA. June 1. Peoria-St. Joseph gam
postponed; teams delayed by floods.
A telegram was receivea rrom uk i-eorin
nd Milwaukee Dlnvera floodbound for four
days At Manhattan, lvaa., ayitii, that
me men were an sate
Milwaukee-Kansas city game postponed
Milwaukee team tied up In Kansas floods,
(lames today: Colorado tarings s
Omaha, St. Joseph at Peoria, Kansas City
at Milwaukee, Denver at ixs Moines.
Greeley Center Takes Two.
OREELEY CENTER. Neb.. June t.-f Spe
cial Telegram.) -Oreeley wn two fames
from ulltner hero yesterday and baturday
Oreeley S 3 13 3 9 12 -10
Ulltner o o o o l l o )
Base hits: Greeley, 20; Glltner. 6. Er
rors: Greeley, 8; Glltner, 4. Batteries
Dowers and Lacev: Klumb and Dodder.
Two home runs by Dowers was tne tea
lure or the day. Attendance, 400.
score May m:
Greeley 0 1 0 3 0 9 3 0 0-8
Glltner 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 0-8
Base hits: Greeley. 5: Glltner, it. Errors
Greeley. 3; Glltner. 4. Batteries: Ahlln,
Whltecomber. Wanek. Dodders.
A home run by Glover for Glltner was th
star piay 01 tne day. Attendance, aw.
With the Bowlers.
On Clark's bowling alleys last night H. C,
Thomas and E. E. Mockett of Lincoln were
defeated in a tenpln contest by F. J. Marble
and m. t. Huntington, in score:
1st. 3d. 3d. 4th. 5th. Total,
Thomas 173 1S1 IRS 177 2L'0 91
Mockett 170 170 187 183 158 877
319 383 377 379 361 1.SC3
In a match game of tenpins played on the
Western alley last night the Pikers beat
th Bushwhackers. Th score
T24 M4 777 2,306
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
137 149 ISO 4ti6
170 1M 133 466
119 115 14
113 147 155
125 154 127
663 719 741
Protest Agalaet Seining.
OMAHA. May 27. -To the Snorting Editor
or Th Bee: f or tne past two or three
weeks it naa Deen an every-nignt occur
rence to see parties seining In Cut-off lake.
it aeems to me mat a gooa part or tne
vigilance of the same wardens must be
wasted in the sand bills, where tne popula
lion is scattered to sucn an extent that
hat game and fish are tb,ere really do no
one sny particular good, while the Only
available bit of water around Omaha where
the ordinary futlierman can spend an after
noon Is left to th meroles of a few teool
to seln. Thev may possibly make 85 eu
of a night's work, while we who go there
legitimately for fish may sit all summer
and never get a bite. I think the rule that
everything should be for the greatest rood
to tne greatest number should make the
warden especially vigilant in watchlni
Cut-off lake. There Is no use In th stat
depositing spawn In this Uke unless ha
especially vigilant, as half of them can
be killed in one night s seining in the lake.
A Has Badly lajnreal.
Or pslafully hurt, burned, bruised or
wounded St quick comfort front Bucklen
Arnica Sal. It eonqurs pain. J5c. For
sal by Kuha Co.
1NANCES OF THE COUNTRY
Monthly Statements Lined by Treasury
DEBT DECREASES OVER THREE MILLIONS
Reports af'Herelats and Cipendltures
of tbe Government Also Shew
orplas at Income (or the
Month Over Oatge.
WASHINGTON, June l.-Tho monthly
statement of the publlo debt shows that at
the close of business May 29, 1903, the total
debt, less cash in the treasury, amounted
to IU10,t,H30, a decrease for the month
The dbt la recapitulated as follows:
Interest bearlnn debt t 914.S41.1S0
Debt on which Interest has osased
since maturity 1,204,900
Debt bearing no Interest I9o,100,t0
This amount, however, doea not include
t893,762,8 in certificates and treasury notes
The cash In the treasury Is classified aa
follows: Gold reserve fund, 8150,000,000;
trust fund, $$93,762.1)69; general fund. $313.-
687,070, which Includes $150,557,144 In naUonat
bank depositories and (3.871,460 in the treas
ury of the Philippine Islands to the credit
of United States disbursing officers. Total,
81.357.349,939, against which there are de
mand liabilities outstanding amounting to
89S3,181,041, which leave a cash balanc on
hand of 376,168,887.
Th total receipts for the government for
the month of May were 44.133,99 and the
disbursements 140,686,996, leaving a surplus
for the month of 83,526.973. The total re
ceipts for the eleven months of the pres
ent fiscal year were $510,633,471 and the ex
pendltures $471,686,852, leaving1 a surplus
for the eleven months of $38,946,619. Last
year the surplus on June 1 was $76,356,000.
The monthly circulation statement is.
sued by the comptroller of the currency
showf that at the close of business May
29, 1903, the total circulation of national
bank notea was $406,443,205, an increase for
the year of $49,696,021 and for the month of
The circulation based on United States
bonds was $163,586,987, an increase for tbe
year of $49,977,150 and for the month of
The circulation secured by lawful money
aggregated 842.856,318, a decrees for the
year of $21.129. and a decrease for the
month of $731,156.
The totat coinage executed at the mints
of th United States during May waa
tl, 780. 486 as follows:
Gold, $09,000: silver, $1,584,000; minor eolns,
These amounts ar exclusive of the coin
age for the the Philippine Island, which
aggregated for the months of April and
May 7,812,956 pesos.
Court Affirms Death Sentence.
the United States supreme court today
affirmed the opinion of the territorial
courts in the case of T. P. Queenan against
Oklahoma, by which Queenan was sent
enced to be hanged for the murder of his
wffe. Queenan's defense was based upon
the plea of insanity.
To Be Presented to Grand Jary.
The case of August W. Machen, former
general superintendent of the free delivery
system of the Pos toffies department, who
was arrested on the charge of receiving a
percentage of the profits of a concern fur
nlshlng supplies to the Postofflce depart'
ment. will be presented to the grand Jury
next Wednesday. -
Postmaster General Payne- today called
attention to the publlnhed charge that the
amounts paid by the government for
rentals of postoffloes in New York state
exceeded what they should be by over
$500,000. "The fact is." he said, "that ths
total amount of rentals for postofflces In
the state last year aggregated only $461-
811. S3. This includes rentals, light and
Forelgaers Safe at Yaaa Fa.
he following telegram has been received
from Consul Oeneral Wade, dated today
"The viceroy of Teaon informs me that he
has received telegraphic advices from
Viceroy Ting of Yunan to the effect that
all foreigners are safe at Yuan Fu.
Will Reeognlse Castro's Decree.
It Is probable that the United States
government will recognise the legality of
President Castro's decree closing a number
of ports In Venezuela now In the posses
sion of the Insurgents. Technically this
decree does not constitute a blockade, but
practically the consequences of Its en
forcement would be Similar to one.
Filipino Girl Accuses Officer.
On the recommendation of Judge Advo
cate General Davis, the commanding gen
eral In the Philippines has been Instructed
to investlgats the case of Lieutenant Sidney
S. Burbank of the Sixth Infantry, sta
tloned at Fort Leavenworth, Kan., who Is
charged by a Filipino girl, who claims to
be bis wife, with desertion.
It Is alleged that the marriage occurred
in ths Philippines several months ago. when
Lieutenant Burbank was there with his
regiment. The Filipino girl recently ap
plied to the War department for asslrtance,
She alleges that sh is tbe legal wife of
Lieutenant Burbank and that he abandoned
her and made no provision for her sup
port. She asked that ths department com'
pel him to support her. She filed a copy of
what sh claimed was tbe marriage cer
Lieutenant Burbank denies ths marriage
and characterises the certificate as a forg
ery. To clear up the matter General Davis
has been Instructed to ascertain the facts
In regard to the alleged marriage and the
Issue of ths alleged certificate. Lieutenant
Burbank Is reported to bo engaged to marry
a young woman or Leavenworth. Kan.
EVENTS ON THE RUNNING TURF
Cards af Horse Raeea Which Brla
Joy ta tha Hearts af Ceun-
NEW YORK. June 1. The Hudson stakss
for 1-year-olds, the feature of the card at
Oravesend today was won by th favorite.
Palm Barer. Highball and Steelmaker
were added starters and were heavily
played. Palm Bearer broke In front and
holding his advantage to the finish won by
a length from Highball, who waa one
ana one-nan lengths in front Of Lexem
First race, six furlonars. saJllnar: tfln
Pepper won, John A. Scott second, A seen
sion third. Time 1:094-
Seeond race, five furlongs: Hamburg
Belle won. Destiny second. Dimple third.
l una i .uui.
Third race. handicaD. mils and nnawimr
ter: Africander won. Hunter Rain second
Himself third. Time t:06.
Fourth race, the Hudson stakes, five
furlongs: raira Bearer won. Highball seo
ono. Luxembourg tnira. Time l:ui.
Fifth race, mile and one-sixteenth, sell
Ing: Wild Pirate won. Embarrassment sec
ond. Bar Le Duo third. Time 1:47.
Sixth race, mile anl seventy yards; St.
uarneoy won. ueaaoer secoud, Nlo Long
worth third. Time 1:44.
CHICAGO. June 1 High Chaneellor, one
er jonn ursae ieroy csnoiunlee. gave
M. H. Tlchnor A Co. 'a 815.UUO Derbv rolt
Early, a sound beating In the mile handicap
ionr nawuinrna not a coils were
heavily backed, r.ariy going to the peat
the even money favorite, backed from 1
to 3. while High Chancellor was backed
from t to 1 to to 6. Floyd K also heavily
harked, finished In third place, several
length behind Early. Jarkful and Manra,
also Derby candidates, ran unplaced The
time of 1 44" for the mile Is the fastest
time ter th aiataace mtita over the kesvi
lUtwk ( prs-t nicUui, Fllos, Tar
pelo in the third race showed su ii a rie-
letl reversal of form over Hi lust per-
ormanre that the Judaes nulltlrd the own-
ers of the horse tnat his entry wouid be
refused pending an InveHtlMtlon. HtrKen-
ruth, who had the mount on Mviiia Tor- (
perlo. also was suspended. K.-sults: ;
rirsi race, rour ami one-nair furlongs:
Ida Davis won. Handsome Florry second, I
Badger Girl third. Time :ol.
Hecoml rare, an furlongs: Automaton
U..- ... I Ol.a A ,.,....
third. Time 1:17?.
Third race, mile and one-eirhth: Flvins
Torpedo won. Little Hrout second. Favon
lus third. Time 157H
Fourth rare, mile: Utah ChHiicellor won.
Early second, Floyd K third. Time 1:44 2-5.
nrtn race, mile and one-sixteenth: cm-i
urman won. Cos-swell second. Ualanthus
third. Time 1 :(
Sixth race, five furlongs: Katie power
on. Plnv Ball socond. Flrban third.
untln.NATl, June l Tne Cincinnati
teepleohaae handicap was the attraction
t I-atonla today. It was the firs! time
during the meeting that the jumpers had
been sent over the full course, and as the
going was very soft It made the race very
uncertain. Mrs. Grannon proved to be the
bjec Jumper as well as the best stayer of
trie bunch and won easily.
fnospnoru reu witn jockey ucnui tne
first time over the water Jump, but the
bov was not hurt. Results:
First race, six furlonas: Mint Leaf won.
Special Tax second. D. L. Moore third.
Second race, Ave furlongs: Dr. Cartleags
on. Gay American second. Circular Joe
third. Time: 1:07.
Third race. Cincinnati steeplechase handi
cap, about two miles: Mrs. Grannon won.
Governor Boyd second, Nlnos third. Time:
Fourth race, seven furlongs: Jsck Ratlin
won. Sir Gallant second. Avoid third.
Fifth race, one mile: Wallabout won.
Welch Girl second, Insolence third. Time:
sixth reoe. five furlongs: Lyrist won.
ue W second, Ora McKlnney third. Time;
ST. LOUIS. Jun 1. Kindred, backed
from 14 to-10 to 1. won the feature of the
Fair Grounds card today. The old horse
was at home In the going, getting off first
and remaining there to the wire. Malster,
the favorite, ran his race in second place.
Jockey Troxler was first with three of his
tour mounts. Track sloppy. Kesuits:
First race, six furlonais. purse: Brodler
won. Saline second, Arm and third. Time,
second race, rour and a hair ruriongs,
urse: Pipe Dream won, Pinky B second,
weet Myrtle third. Time. 1:00.
Third race, mile and seventy yaras. sen-
ng: Dr. Csrrlck won. Countess Clara sec
ond, Fonspray third. Time, 1:54V4.
Fourth race, six furlongs, purse: Kin
dred won, Malater second, Lady Strath-
more third. Time, l:isyj.
Fifth race, one mile, pure: jack young
won, Flrateer second, Deutscniand tnira.
8 xth race, mile and a slxteentn, purse:
W. B. Gates won. Alice Turner second,
Josle F third. Time, 1:5514
Blooded Yearlings for New York.
James Warrack. areneral agent of th
Inlnn Pnr inn at Sacramento. Cal . came In
Monday morning' In charge of a large ship
ment of race horses for the eastern mar
ket. Mr. Warrack said: "The Kaneno del
Paso Land company near Sacramento, Mr.
J. B. Haggln, owner and John Mackey.
superintendent, ship each year a tram load
of yearlings to their annual sale at Sheeps
head Bay. N. Y., and our line hauls the
treln from Ogden to Council Bluffs. These
colts are bred from such noted running
stallions as Sir Modred. Watercress and
Golden Garter, and bring an average of
about $1,500 each. This year's train con
sisted of seventeen special norse cars wnn
fourteen head per car. or a total of 238
blooded horses. In addition to the horses
each car carries five men."
Superintendent Mackeys private car
nn au" brought ud the rear. It will
cost $850 per car to take these valuable
voung animals irom ine racinc coast to
Mrs. W. H. Sumner.
8CHUYLER, Neb., "June !. (Special.)
Word has been received here of th death
In Boston. Mass., of Mrs. W. H. Sumner.
Mr. and Mrs. Sumner were among the
earliest settlers of Colfax county,, and the
banking, brokerage and. . real estate busl
ness of Sumner .Brothers (Charles Sumner,
late of Omaha, andVlf. H... Sumner) was
tbe pioneer institutions nof Its kind in this
county and the most'' successful business
of Its kind ever conducted In the county.
The Stunners have relative here, and a
host of friends, whom they visited an
nually, who will greatly miss the deceased
and deeply sympathise with the bereft
husband. Mrs. Sumner will be entombed
In Appleton, M. :
Mrs. Mary Vanous.
Mrs. Mary Vanous died at the horn of
her daughter, Mrs. Walter Brandes, 623
Pierce street, at 1:20 .Monday afternoon.
Mrs. Vanous has been suffering some time
from pleurisy and her old age was unable,
to combat the Illness which, was the cause
of her death. She was 71 years old at th
time of her death and had lived more than
thirty of the .last years . of her life in
Omaha. She leaves pne daughter, Mrs.
Brandes, and three sons, two of whom
llv In Omaha, while the third is located
George F, Cross.
SANTA FE. N. M-. June 1. George F.
Cross, a veteran Journalist of New Mexico,
fell down a steep cellarway on the Plasa
and was killed. He was the founder of a
daily newspaper at St. Joseph, Mo., and for
several years was editor of the Optlo at
Las Vegas and the New Mexican at
MEAD, Nsb., June 1. (Special.) Frank
Jepson. 27 years' old, died last Friday
morning of heart disease. Funeral services
wsrs held Sunday afternoon.
May Yet Be Bared.
All who have sever lung troubles need
Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump
tion. It cores or no pay. (Oc, $100. For
sale by Kuhn A Co.
Half Million for Earope.
NEW YORK. June 1. Kidder. Pea body
A Co. of Boston, through their New York
agents. Baring, Magoun A Co., have en
gaged $500,000 gold for shipment to Europe
A BREATH OF PINE
BALSAM IN EVCRYCAKC.
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Free Cake Hariina Soap b;.rz?rrHD?-"zw
HARFINA aOAr AMD HAY'S HAIR
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KB WMtla UUt.
NOT TOO LATE f OR REPLANTING, HOWEVER
Wheat, Rye nan Oats Boiler Little
From Rains, bat Are Subject to
Degradation by Raat and
The excessiv rains of the past week
have worked much damage and delay to
th corn in that part of Nebraska lying
south of th Platte river, according to A.
H. Bewsher, secretary and treasurer of
the Nebraska State Grain Dealers' as
sociation. Mr. Bewsher has Just returned
from a trip through th South Platte coun
try and his eatlmatea are based upon ob
servations of the fields, and from con
versations held with grain men along the
route. He found that wheat, rye and osts
have suffered little and are in fine condi
tion, subject, however to degradation by
rust and rank growth if the wet weather
is long continued. Another seven days like
the week Just closed will cause untold
damage to these smaller grains, In his
Concerning ths corn, he estimates that
70 per cent of the 100,000,000 bushels grown
south of tbe Platte had been seeded. Half
of this amount, he thinks, was washed
out by tha downpours and will have to be
replanted. Reseedlng may be done as lat
as June 10 without harm, provided there
ars no early frosts to nip the young
cereals later in the year. But fully 65 per
cent of the planting remains to be done,
and It wilt -necessitate more or less clear
weather to accomplish It. The cold has
not yet Interfered with germination or
early growth to any appreciable extent,
but will If there Is not a change for a
Outlook for Cora.
Of the corn grown In Nebraska, accord
ing to the statistics of the state exchange,
considerably more than one-half Is raised
south of the Platte river. In this section
the corn outlook Is anything but encourag
ing to the farmers and dealers in grain.
With only 85 per cent of ths seed corn
safely ensconced in the ground it is going
to be a fight with nature to get the re
mainder in if the abnormal dampness does
not lessen. Therefore the south state egrl
culturlst ta In an anxious frame of mind.
Hs Is not greatly worried about his rye,
oats and wheat, because they have a fair
chance against pretty bad conditions und
the prospect for marvelous careers If
nature allows her face to clear. A red hot
sun after so much rain, however, would
breed a lot of Insidious rust among the
small grain and Is a consummation de
voutly hoped against. -The
effect of the conditions in the great
corn-producing states was shown yester
day by the sudden Jumps in the corn quo
tatlons, the markets forging from 2 to $
cents. Wheat also felt the pressure of the
discouraging weather and climbed 3 cents
The day was one of anxious inquiry among
the grain dealers and the chief talk heard
about the quotation boards was concerning
the effect the wet weather was having
upon the grains of rarious kinds.
Stockholder Is Curious.
NEW tORK, Juns 1. Ths stockholders
of the Amalgamated Copper held their an
nual meeting In Jersey City today. The
old board of directors was re-elected with
the exception of Robert Bacon, who was
succeeded by George Church. Herman 8.
Graves, representing 400 shares of stock,
asked for details of the litigation In which
the company has been Involved. Mr. Graves
wanted to know the facts about the al
leged offer by Charles H. Clark, son of
Senator Clark, to pay Judge Harney $250,000
for certain purposes and of the attempted
Impeachment of Judge Harney by two at
torneys of the company.
Mr. Graves moved that his questions be
j referred to the board to be answered by
June 15. The motion was tabled and the
meeting adjourned. No statement was
Lake Shore Tours
Is th title of a very convenient summer
tour book issued by the Lake Shore A
Michigan Southern railway, showing routes
and rates to the eastern resorts. It will
be sent on application. M. 8. Giles, T. P.
A.. Chicago, 111. C. F. Daly, Chief A. G.
P. A.. Chicago, III.
Only Two Fatally Hart.
SANTA BARBARA, Cal., Jun 1. Reports
this morning from the Cottage hospital and
the local hotels where the Injured victims
of the strange and disastrous wreck of the
south bound Limited Sunday night at Punta
Gorda, fifteen miles south of this city, are
being cared for. Indicate that the probable
fatalities will not exceed two. Mrs. H. C.
Smith of Los Angeles and Mrs. Cooper of
San Francisco are in a serious condition.
The cause of the accident has not been
satisfactorily explained. That there was
no great loss of life in the three cars that
rolled over and over down the embankment
Into the surf below can only be explained
by the fact that not one of the cars was
When you are at tha club drink a nice
cold bottle of Cook's Imperial Extra Dry
Champagne. An xhlleratlng beverage. .
Sea af Longfellow Retaras.
SAN FRANCISCO. June 1 Edwin Wads
worth Longfellow, son of the famous poet
of that name, arrived on the steamer
American Maru from the Orient. He has
been on a tour of the world and is now re
turning to his home In New York. Mr.
Longfellow is an artist of considerable
711 a HARFINA Indis
XTlCll pcnsable for hvlni;,
u a shampoo, to keep the hair
and beard In fine condition, and
to remove and cure dandruff.
highly a a hair wash, for
all aanatlvo purposes, iw
tha eradication of black
heads. Dimples, freckles,
oth oatcnes, liver
nots. to (top hair
falllnc ana io ma
the skin soft, clear
la their baths ars
much benefited by
Its use. as It keeps
tha ores open and
the skin free from
health v If waahed with HAR
FINA. the best toilet and com
plexion soap lo tha world. Pre
imfratA.no. per oaie or a cmarr. f,
lf.wBi La Sueet. Newark, N. J.
Hf ALTH sold by the following tlrusststsr-
STORK DRI G DF.PT.. 1k and noudaa:
a .a iarnam, HKVlAli. 114 N. ila. JOUMios.
Sa.Lt. IVkLO CO, Lilt ttsuAm, UuWL'U, L-HLO
If You Fail to Remove Your Burden
of Disease in June, Your Life
is Not Secure.
PAINE'S CELERY COMPOUND
Three Bottles Saved Mr. Tripp from Indigestion,
Liver Trouble and Rheumatism.
There never was a remedy so highly tec-
ommended for making sick peoplo well In
summer aa Paine' Celery Compound. It
Fuccesafully grapples with all the ailment
common In summertime, and never falls to
remove long-standing and chronic diseases
that have baffled the skill of physicians.
When Palne's Celery Compound Is used
there Is no long waiting for results. It
tones tha stomach, Improves the appetite,
assists digestion, excites the bowels to
healthy action, expels all foul humors from
the blood and braces the nervoua system.
Mr. J. V. Tripp, West Kennebunk. Me.
K)U CAN HAVE
All First Class
CINCINNATI , O.
IIILLER LIQUOR CO.
Wholesale Dealers and State Agents,
la Pullman tourist sleep-
rs on fast trains,
Nw cars, courteous employes,
Cheap and comfortable.
"Santa F all the way," Chicago and
Kansas City to Los Angeles and Baa
Chesp colonist tickets, dally, until
Illustrated books about California
tour and cheap Southwest lands.
B. I. Palmer, I'. A.,
40 Equitable Bldg.,
Dm Moines, la.
I InlataalFa an alimud kvsir
about iLa woudarnu
1 hM a'l.t
MARVtl whirling fcprsy
Ma aW Auction, llasa JJ-
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U i liaaiaa laaiaartti
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full particulars and (tir.'-tlon In.
alua.ulatola.llaa. Hmu t o.
Boom iZi Time Bldg., N. Y,
For Bale by
BCHAEFER'S CUT RATE DRUG STORE,
Corner 16th and Chicago, 8U-, Omaha.
IMAKb PERFECT RIEM
IpO noi VKafAlK I Ionotut
lot Longer! Tb jo? tiid tiDhuum of
lit cn u rooiortxi to yuu. lb vary
oratc4of fcrj4. 1MUI ar
holuilj curl by fLUFi'lO
TA HLtTa. GIt prciUp.t j cltof to isv
aouuiav, f 4tl hi ( mamory ud 1st wa4
&itd drln ol lt.i wir. Inrurrtxi bf
lud i-r(lona crirMiol4MrlT TaatA.
i m l4Vrt I If or AJirl IXrtfV'T to TtMTf fuikt
tf-U. Brr vpUkkjUta. Oit saM bUxm to lhy
riiksna iuatr to th y of rTVyouuforoUL
One 60O b.-l rjowlLvi nrrT tlJJ 4
ftt. m ft oof-i pl-u gttiartvo Ued cu its rv
fundsxt C irtj curried ta -t po-lti. laid
tM-ttbr.rr mUrU in r'a.n wnrr on rxtpt of
nriM bv -fcULX i tht I. CtJJtty-l tUtamm
M14 U Omh by tuba A Co.. aa,
ftMsrua i Ha oanrll Uruf Co., lftth o4 lodt-t ij
JB5 v Si 3k
"I suffered from indigestion. liver trouble,
kidney disease and rheumatism. The
worst trouble waa in my Lead; the pain
commenced In the shoulder end ran tip
my neck until it reached the head. 1
could not sleep at night, had ugly dreams
and bad feelings when I did sleep. Since
tsklng three bottles of Palne's Celery Com
pound I am well and feel like a new man.
I have a good appetite and can do a good
day's work. I am recommending Palne's
Celery Compound ta everyone who is suffering."
Talca Pity on
out what a
25 cents at
Barbers and Druggists
A. R. Bremer Co., Chicago.
Forty Blses, lOe to tuo Each.
A. SANIAELLA & CO.. MAKERS
HICU'ARDSON fuuit cv., Distributors.
Here's to "Quaker
Maid" Rye I
Gives sparkle sad
iiht in th eve.
W quaff of the alas
s long s it laats.
And then Isy it dowo
with a sign.
AT LIAOINO SANS, CArtS AND DflUO STORKS.
S. HIRSOH OOMPANY,
Kansas Oity Mo.
So well and favor
ebiy known a tli
leading, most reliable
SPKCIALIST In all
PISEABKS OF MEN.
They have been
many years In estab
lishing their reputn
tion IN OMAHA for
honest and honorable
DEALINGS, and daily receive many let
tera thanking them for the CURKo per
fected and the great good they are doln
for men. Their life work has been de
voted, as Specialists, In treating all dis
eases of men.
BE CERTAIN OF A Cl'RSJ by CON
SULTING the BEST FIRST.
DR. SEARLES graduated at two of th
best medical colleges and Is acknowledged
the best EXPERIENCED and SKILLED
SPECIALIST In all diseases he treats.
DR. SEARLES' Consultation and Advice
ere FREE, In person or by letter, and
sacredly conAdentlal In all diseases.
Written Contracts given in all curable
diseases of men or refund money paid.
Many casus treated 15.00 per month.
t ON SIXT4.no Kit EE.
Call or address, Cor. 14th A Deuglsa.
DR. SEARLES & SEARLES
Treat all form of
Z1 Tear Experience.
17 years in Omaha.
Hi remarkable sue-
rui Vi . r, a a w.
equaled and every day brings many flatter,
log reports of ths good hs Is doing or the
rellaf he ha glvan.
Hot Spring, Treatment for Syphilis
AfVL'" Blood Poisons. NO "BREAKING
, 1Jh,..k,n or iM n1 trDal
lB.ni. f tha Ulaeaaa disappear at once.
BLOOD DISEASE ra.r
VAR CfltiELF f JF""nteed In
uVFH 30.nn0 cs cured of nrv.
WSKIl UU.UUtl ous dpblllty, loss of
C.leet Kidney snd Bladder Diseases Hv
drocl. . K n'RES-Iiff CHAP.C.es
otr ,U a. Mth ireet. betwern Farnam a ad
Doujla suttis, OMAjlA, NU. '""Da
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