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MANDED. TO MINSK- Pfi FOB HIM. Large Said Man X attractions of Republican City Trea I Investigated by from a' Chicago invention makes classification of Illinois for Harri- ht delegates. I tall the time. It i for Mm in ta also assures me Xo man hsa a until it is ten- Minneapolis con. int1on to Blaine. of the delegate Blames nomius- The resolutions to the eight are weak- instruct the dele. or" Harrison's re. bind beyond one Blabewill bs With BI&inn Qred. With any ave to fight hard to L us in thia It win help ns can say without I tu. of the eight dis- ago will vote for the first ballot and from this city will 6 with them. it olntely declines t I we will be for liar. I the feeluurin favor wing. Thelnju. I officers In trying i in the Fourth Di& rACTBORITT. ssnltUe Boundly tan School corn- issned its of itsap. i ahaoDiTovertha delegates of the reek in. rsaSd a Lutheran have been sub. it was tdven oat be that the synod There is a strong rejected. It will Dramas a body movers in title lot a German news will owe If the tied. An able U. are Stephen of Ana. ideas from Clayton i report is Bjoe no a German but 4 the ceaddat er WUbburn ticket that hews-a ory School law. TO ORGA1cIZE. Officers or the Clubs. has been addressed iblican tJeag-M clubs i 1883 and 1890 your club was or tie party Is 8 I to a snare of the glory campaign. We are iicpugn of 1894 sad X' i ecu T in toe ersjan ne will. be ttewt JBS and march forf can YCt0TL U has v beard from YU tarns an. active exist- n have bees for the- call U together again ting andtlect full year. It will Infuse our vicinity. Secure Miblasnd brbutinto who declare their in. publican party. givi tr se young men who ar ut44 lit the. national and. earnest work 14 victory lit Stats and can. one more b again- interest cause. la order to fur tie principles of we must organize our i un opportunity to discussions and aero. Xrnsttnf that I tely. and that you assistance you may Job and placing it ou rk. I remain yours WhAcT President being organised eli blIJ for contention which. August andintfaia a the national con- De of worx for. tha they are prepared IC8T KXPLAIW. t Know About i does not redeem hIS' i by sending to the jj ort of the amount of P interest on the cit is probable that i Investigation of bisv by some Alder- Carter H. Hamso jj for him thai" of the interest ave labored with it is iMli i both are i has proved etn May will also report of the eond i in detail. The docaJ ushed Urns far tot to be reports of aticeg are notsa' do notcompreb that SiDe7 under f and Lie assistant Mr cmnttot explain tben isothatAldMcGUlenf ncil Finance commit a D palr. most surely lion before ney securely fit in season neisthsrsl tot ofailruoit Dair1 axiotlim P have we tooceen tales. s aoilall silence sad of ear set islands Aon Despair t Bay follow. I lad or atone : 1 some hollow and unknown. 7 to hide you ling you there r btide you. DoitDpafrl Bis TrtnmpK Loti. XLJnlienViswJ Tgy sad protection oil hikes arnaternalis i w lfire. a petit wren in 1 a umpls wt ksd. taared somewB t pr.- itxdoui and c l is uwn btt arensct POR THE 20000 ftApE HA DKAC JIEB or 9 Track Will Be Fair and Ix Is lure to Start Th Probable Post List nd New York lad Xxtesl Tb Dwyer Trte Are op Favorite Wyadham Waldti . Thinks Russell Will Win Ontlsnborgs 90000 Winners Sew Turk Relay Riders Knr Your May 1& fSpecialLjHniisls the weather bulletin tomorrow posted at the OrsYeHnd. race track today i Partially cloudy wit sllgkly JUab tern. perature. possibly preceded by rain Id foW owed by a shabt fall of temperature. Those horsemen tW. have did& tat tbe Brooklyn Haalicap whose chances would be ruined byxmnd are jubilant tonight for all the possibilities point to a good day and fair track. The coin will not be' fast by any means U the ramef the. last few days has Deadened he track and it will take several days of the very warmest of weatnw to get. U in prune condition. It seems tonight as if the certain starters in the Brooklyn Handicap to- gttott with ther Joe" would be as follow zqaie. Wirigu. Jockey. Langstreet12 J tcLangblIn Saceland 10. Fitspatrick. RecLre- .108..A. Thompson. Portehester. r .111..Simons. Judge Morrowint116 MOovlngton Pessrrs. f 115tTaraL RitiselL. j i U& Littlefleld. Allan Bane. lJOHntele Kingmaker. 7.V. Xid6leJ. Picnicker. .114..Pickering. Oarendouu 111. uJMarphy Fslrview. tt. Htdstone..n..n..MlOS..M&I. Bergen. Major IV mo..Ul M-.Hajnllton. George W 100..McCarthy. Joe Cotton tonight made a book on. the handicap and laid the following prices z 7 to 10 Mike D yarg entry Longstreet Baoe, end Banquet 10 to I each Picknlcker Ruesell and Judge Morrow 12 to POem 35 to 1 Clarendon 26 to 1 ear fleclare and Major Domoj O to 1 Port Chester GO to 1 Fairriew 100 to I each the others. Longttreet a Certain Starter. There is no doubt that Longstreet will go to the post a hot favorite. His work of yesterday when he fairly galloped a mile and quarter in 2:11" continues to be an engrossing theme of gossip among those interested in the handicap. In that trial he had up hit handicap weight 128 pounds and he moved over the furlongs with the regularity of clockwork. It u said tonight that rain or . Mike Dwyer will send Longstreet to thevost. Ills colors will also be carried by Race1and and Banquet. Raceland today seethed to be slightly tucked up when he was taken out on the track for a gallop and those that saw him breezed a half a mile declared that he was far from' being in as good condition U he was a week ago. Banquet. is as ready AS any trainer could ask and will be sure te give good accounting of himself in the big race. Tbe state of the weather does not disconcert Green B. Morris the owner of Judge Morrow . it makes little or. ho difference whether the. son shines or not. or whether the track is good or badIba Judge cantered a mile today just to keep himself in trim and prevent him trout filling up. The general impression tonight is that ludp. Morrow. cannot be worse. T at the finish of the race. Yaldeit Thinks Russell Will Win. Wyndhant Walden. who is in charge of Lottery Magnate" Morris' horses. still believes that he has a winner in Russell who trill probably be the table only starter. The great trouble with Russell is that be is very unreliable although he can be depended upon to do his best on a mile. track. Although Racism is scheduled as a probable starter U is lilely that she will be withdrawn at the very last moment. She seemed to limp this afternoon when she was led out cf the table end it is UW recently de. eloped splints will prevent her running up to h r very best frm. This is a great pity as Hectare is in better form bodily today than she e er was before. Portcbester who is Phil" wyers other candidate improves every time he is wSrked. wsjSg remalowiBile tods He showed Do signeof salting tad those wBo tow him are suretbat he will acquit himself creditably tomorrow. Clarendon and Fsiriey who will carry the color of Frank Ehret. are not as well thought of by the general run of betters as some of the others ate but they- will carry' a lot of money for their owner and ma friends. They were simply cantered today. It. is the hope' of Mr. Ehret that he will be able to carry off either the Brooklyn Handicap- or the Suburban with new this year. and the colt will be in the front rank in the race tomorrow Just as long as he can last. There will Lie no waiting whim and if the track by any possibility should prove muddy it is thought that he will. have a first-class chance of beating his more heavily weighted opponents. Local DeWng on thK , A local post-book on the Brooklyn was opened } and filled' at these odds Win. Her. Tint. 8 MMM Z on7Street. 3 5 1 3 t llacland 8-5 1 S 8-1 Jadfe Morrow. e-8 2 inrBanqnetirirnrnr 7 5 t 3-1 Major 1 8-1 19 PtcknlckerM 6-1 3-les-i nilniintm Recurel ninn. to Fairview raw to 1 George 11' 15 1 to Kingmaker 15-1 8-1. Alan Dane 15-1 8-1 SENOK1TA AGAINST JJALGOWAN The Once Great Mare to tart In the Louis- Till Merchants' Handicap. e. Ky. X IS. Special. The weather was Ins today. and with no more rain the track will bet good tomorrow. On a good track it would seem that Miss Dixie will have a cinch on the Oak. Her victory in the Belle Meads Stat. at Nashville was nearly- a first-class performance. BsJgowan will not hue. a walk-over In the Merchants'- Handicap Tueoday as Senorita will be a starter. It is doubtful thonxa U sb will be fit as she threw out. a curb at Memphis and was out of training for some little time. George Mackiss has been working op interest In th OaiHeld Park meeting Some of th horses that will go to Garfleld will be Scat shipped to Latonia. where the string meeting begins Saturday. The Corrigan and Buhford Manor Derby toIti will certainly be at Latonis. but It is a bit difficult as yet to Sad out what will start in the Latonla Derby. Azar will have to carry a three.- round penalty td it looks U if Phil Dwyer and weir are not Derby animals. Huron is a probo able starter. Gnttenburgs 8000 Winners. NEW' Tots. May . Tbe winners of over 000 at uiberg are as follows ; Eugene LeighSBtSS W. a. Timmons. tu8IS XhaftaJa stable t393 ; J. B. VcCormlck 185969 U. Bradley ti66 Baden table 8M93 ; C. Dalr fl-,065 Ol n Island stabl ttX- 080 W. II. Roller Hl Wt Altonwood stable 9 10 iLJ. Daly. SBJKti Empire- Stable fern ; Schuytktlt table 90 1. Shields. RJ85 W. ii. Cotton. 7770 MF Dwyer. 73251 ndreWTbompeoD 9 John Muthni. t54Sj EAMcQnir tl Castle A Sons. Sit65 J vOLearr fn632rVB McCurmiek. W 7. A. IIStrhlor 8i67jT. Welch. tl46 W. Lovell. ItstUj LamUlll" bros. 1 980. CAtDnWOOU DEFEATS XAKBMAK. They Battle Five Ro nds for 1600 and the Gat Receipts. Jourr. DL May 13. John Lakeman II employ at a rolling-mill and George . an employ In Humphreys' ma. okine shop fought five rounds Queensbsrry rules. wile two-ounce gloves for 580 and the rate receipts two miles below . Gruady County. The party landed at Sit Just at daybreak. stringing tile ropes on a U piece of prairie. & Wasmlrty and cold. Caldrwood had li best of the. fight In every round. When. time wet sailed for the fifth round Lakeman could not sUadnp. The referee declared Calderwood the winner. leEw YOBK' RKLAY RIDERS. 2e tfaam Thinks Its Men Wilt Ride raster than Any Others. . bicycle raeewSI be the hottest and wheel- Bissau this vicinity are much interested in the StOoms.- The division from Albany to New York Jiin charge of LCBoardman of this city who h unzed upon the following course Albany to liaderbook to Hudson to Clermont. to Rhiner to Pongttkepeie to. Ytehkili Village to i Peekskill to Tarrytown. to New lor k f lit this city the course will be from' Pifiyuluth street and SiJbttI avstme to ' street. saee to Seventh aves. we Seventh avenue to roads-ay and front flscodvi to Wo-H. Park s the Brooklyn saloonkeeper end backer < John . Salli v an. pugilist and actor. will open a room tomorrow morning la Brooklyn. There an no rooms lu Brooklyn. and tie police will UaUproba tjinake a strung effort to prevent fb ft a- Jack XcuUff i sod l room lath tame place. about a year ago. nmpVy j10'4 l and Me- employes. THEY DECIDED IS PAO& OP BOYCOTT Likewise the Chinese Proceedings of the R. of LKxa atlv Board PrtTSBCM Pa May . tSpeoaLJ- The session of the Ktlghbj o Labor' Executive Botd esterday was too most productive of results of any of the present session. The boycott fan the Pnb t Brewery company of Mil wa.ukee-wa sustained The Farmers Alliance of Ohio 1 requested by the board to as & the Ktughts to down UM Ws1teI Mower and Reaper concern of Springfield Oi. which isxboutto start under' union auspices An eut-erpriam21Aan Missouri WCte4 the board to allow him to organize in assembly mi Chinese It decided that the Chinese should be excluded. The corurnuipa. turn from the striking makers of Cincinnati hat not been taken up yet and the board refuses to say anything about it 141 it is. There has been. no comumnication received torn the. Rochester streetcar men. It has been decided to boycott a wealthy shoe manufacturer of Lynn Mass. because he re oently discharged all th union men in' his employ and. is pow running at union ho. tory. It has also been decided to send one of the membere of the board through the Nfcw England States and to to hue the territory between here and Galveston. Tex These officials are to visi the locals and settle all disputes. The board is now consulting on ap pointing four or five organizers to thoroughly canvass the United States and. start new as. semblies wherever they can. DZCATIm . May 15. SpeciaLT Owing to the recent action of the. local labor unions connected with. the American Federation of Labor in ordering a general strike building enterprises in Decatur have received a serious setback for the. reason that those who had contemplated building ax. as yet undecided what to do. By order of the. committee all union men are It work on union jobs and contractors who will. not or cannot employ union men are going ahead WJth. buildinus started before the labor complications arose. They say they will finish all contracts. if they have to send out of the city for union men. There are many new Workmen. now in the- city who are not union men. Further trouble is expected but it is not likely that Decatur will experience another- eeneral strike. Tonight Bev. E. B. Cake the Christian minister delivered a sermon on Are Strikes. a Remedy for Labor Troubles in. which he took a negative position. Bzooicnroxas ill. May 15. JSpecial A conflict hat occurred between the muter' x painters and the journeymen during the list week. A printers' union. was funned by the journeymen and they resolved to demand Monday ten hours' pay for- nine hours' work. The master painters. last evening eating in unison discharged all of their employes sad propose when they Lire their journeymen again to. nature ten hours' work. for ten hours' pay. Spring work on buildings Is now under lull head way and the muter painters can hardly stand an extended strike without greet loss. The journeymen are about all members of the union and they are firm in their reactive for. a reduction of tune and the old wages. Baunx Vt. May 15. Webster a wealthy quarry-owner and large paving con tractor has signed his paving cutters' bill of prices to May 1 1893. Two years ago Webster was member of the Dealers' Association but. it not now. lie says he will furnish. stock to all who want it. The cutters say that Webster's action is a victory for. them and that others will follow his example. At a meeting pf the association last niget. nearly fifty new firms joined The owners ot oailjarg quarries are' members excepting Webster and the. Lang. don Granite company. Two. thousand men are idle In Vermont. The dealers say that the lockout will last forever unless the cutters to LIFT. ALL HAH jrnn Dr. Barrows Delivers the Address to YsII Divinity Graduates. NO' Rarer Conn. May 15. Special The annual sermon before the graduating class of the Yale Divinity School was delivered this evening by the Rev. Dr. John He. Barrows of Chicago. Dr. Barrows was introduced by President D wight He said Mytsxtis found. inJohn xiiS AndLif I b lifted up will draw all men unto ma. There S. that in Ut which will In. itself attract men. to hear him of. whatever race char. acter. or temperament. lii who WAS lifted on the gibbet ouuids the Roman Capitol. the Son of God. the. Jesus- of Nazareth is the one commanding world Influence today. Since his crucifixion civilization has advanced a in no similar tome before. The matter of the lobe lies in Christendom. No scholar believes that any creed like that of Confucianism. Mae bommedanism or JiindooJm is to prevail. Christianity It the magnet of human destiny. More and more the social as well a the religious quMtians are tattled by his truth. If there is one modern miracle more powerful than another. it is the power by which Christ has transformed by his attraction tne hearts as well as the minds of men. In all souls there. are three passions. One for truth another for. character. and a third for fame. In the breast of the true Christian these three are transformed into one. Christ's attractions are not grasped by tile materialist the sensualist. or the pessimist. The most conspicuous element in the stream of human existence is mortal redemption. When we enter the realm of our invisible thought we- are brought to a keen sense of our own unwoflbineu The presence of an instrument in perfect tune in an orchestra is a rebuke to alt discord. So any chord of sym. pathy between man and Christ. if touched. tends to awaken a response which convinces us of our own inbarmonionsness. The Bible is the enfranchisement of hope rather than trust. In nn bib lical guesses as in our destiny it is better to trust to truths which God hat not toll revealed. The prospect of one who goes out of this world Olt in tin may well make him tremble and us tremble for hint. Christ's beneficent miracles. which eommsnd the attention of the stupidest gave us- a glimp of his boundies re a love reaching from arctic ice to equatorial palms a love in comparison with which the snn is a half. smothered flame. Christ is s divinest self not the physical love of the fascinating Helen but the queenly sovereign love of all mankind. Nations individu ala societies have their specialties and activities. The specialty of Christianity' is the cross. May the divine image of the Redeemer lead us alt to ways of activity and usefulness in hi service. For you. young men of the graduating class there is a. mammoth task in store in the simplin- eattoa of Christianity to the common denomina. lion of all Christians. The ehurch are kept asunder by the lack of Intelligent conservatism. Aim to be great and in your greatness. Aim to units all branches Of the Christian church into one. Aim to nick. the paths of life smoother and the cavern of death lighter to all stumbling feet. Then can you truly be said to be lifting all man. kiDdl1Pto God. GIBSON SHOT AND. S 7XS LT WOODED One of the Men Deputised to Serve JaJuDe tlose Wyoming. . WytL May IS. Report Teaches here that Deputy United States Marshal Gib son was shot and severely wounded yesterday on the Powder Biver the ball passing through the shoulders. No definite particulars can be obtained Gibson was one of the mien deputized for the. ssmng of the injunctions re straining the small stock and ranch men from holdma up of their own. Sullivan 8 y He tF nt Tight Again. Nrw Your. Mar John . Sulli van arrived here today sad was complimented by Charley Jotulstoa DO his Site' appearance. This will positively be my Wt fight to a boll bvaaid. MIf Ujacboa defeats Slam I will retire permanently from the rta Should Slam prove the. victor however. IwULl suppose. bave to give him' a eLance but It will only be a limited round contest before Coney Ialud th1eti4 dab. KnldtM of Ibor Exs aMv Board. I TTSBCM. Pa- May 15. The Oenaral Ezacn tire Board of thInight4 of the Labor held its fealtsesiioa hew odaybw nothing of jrnpor. taneewas don The net . will he held MBocSterNt on fa e to be fixed later. Oae Day to Deem. Thrown pakee . . Jeave Chicago viithVN 1iresternIJ & at ap. in. afrivta U Denver HIM U secoad morning. lum 5arssrvedlndiBtBt ears. Tleks s and BEAT THE UEAiEEIONS THE FRANKLINS JAKB- A- 6AME WHTL A Good U of Pl ylns M H e South Sid Graod Tfc K r 4 to I The Rivals Defect the , t E ls la an EzelttDs Crystals Annihilate the Lab. Views-Brands Beaten by the Garden Som. of the Minor Games.- Tbe were treated to a surprise yesterday and South saw a ball game. Notwithstanding the poor condition of the grounds the Whiting game .compared favorably with any seen on the league grounds this year and the pretty plays with- which it was studded were noteworthy. Both sides batted the ball hard. but the- rnsg. nifteent support given the pitchers to. dosed the bile hits considerably. Fraser was in the- box for the Frankline sad was an enigma to the ehainplO1" tin the ninth inning when they were spared a shutout only by the narrowest of margins. Bruzr behind the bat proved himself to be a valuable acquisition and running catches by Stem G. Unman. Harrington and RectaL provoked great applause. Murphy for the Whiting showed. up in good forth but the. weather was not quite warm enough for mm though but four hit were secured from. him yet his Irlldneas resulted. disastrously as three men who were given bases on balls scored. The fielding of Schaur and Paly was a feature. while Adams caught Murphy's erratic delivery in first-class style. The Frankline batted first and before the Whittugs recovered their breath two runs were scored. A base on bells two singles and an error did. it. Three bases on balls a single and sacrifice netted two mote in the eighth. The Whitings got their only run in thA ninth. Haulatroin Singled. was chanced to third on Murphy's two and scored on Schnurs long sacrifice play to left. The score rruiiinfR B p. A j B rteL2b. 3 O S 3 1 4 13380 n..Sb 3b 01611 OOtnn30 00110 Zleglsr r t. 0 1 0 0 0 JuU lb. 0 O 3 0 0 steln3f. O O 9 5 O nrasne 10790 FraiM-.p. 0001 Totals. 4 48710 II Wkiis.- R B P A X lSrhnurff 01300 OBrlen2b. 0 0 3 3 0 01900 Shetme. ci 0 0 0 0 0 tiiitrintI 11301 Lee . O 0 1 O- 0 tzurphyp 0 1 3 1 A Umc 00840 Total. 1 58711 3 Franklins 30000003 O-4 WlUttnes L t 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 l-l Franklln3 Whittngs Two-bam hit O. Ortman. Bases on oiafTWarphj Adams 2 Brt l 3Uan1ns ton. Slate. BrMn. Struck out Seanlan. Rhetni. 2 UaUstronu Adams 21. O. OrtmaD Jtt 3 ttteln S Breen. P.-aer 2 fi eiifle Kits Schnar. O'Brien. canlan. O. Ortman. Bren Ta sed ball-Adam Wild plteh-Fraisr. Time- 15. UmplreT1DcI1i1. Rivals. 7t West Ends. 2. Ths Rivals and Wt End tame on the North Side was full of excitement from start to finish. The1 regular league umpire failed to appear and Rally. a player of the' Illinois and Iowa League was called npon to umpire. He satisfied every one tilt the seventh inning when be called Ron bury safe at the plats. The Rivals thought other. wise and refused to play any longer. Finally they decided to play out. ne game under protest. Parker pitched good game for the Rivals his opponents getting but five scattering kits. The features of the game were the hard hitting of Morris PoMehl. dater and Brayton. and the fielding of Rartigan Tray-nor. and lianrehos. The catching of VMeara and Otten was alto note. worthy. The scare I Rlve4a R fl ' A I Traynur.a . s. 0 1 1 4 1 Saye Baker 2b. 0 3 0 BoluxL r f. 1 0 O Ball ft 300 Po ebllt 131 WDontdlb 013 OUeanc 1 113 1 0 OMcUorkib 000 Morrli3tx. 1303 0 Quen. a. 1 1 S fsrker p 1 8 1 4 u ursyton. p 0 3 1 Tot ilM nlf 1 0 0 3 1 1 Roxbaryjf. I 1 1 O 0 Total 3 52714 0 Rival 00001113 7 Vest Ends. T 3 Lamed ran BJval It OT Ends 1. Twx base hits MorTU. Baker. Traynor. Parker ton. Box. bury. Ssciifloe fits Ball. McQonald. hisurshos. Klnner i Utten. Uraytoa. base' stolen Posseni. On Harttpa. Double plays Parker-McDonald OUearai sLnney4lravon. Base on balls BoUnd 2 Ball. Sara's. Koxbury. lilt by ball Struck out McCormick 3 Uartlgan. wuo YUears 2jTTraynor Ball. Passed bU piles. Tbne Ii5. Umpire Kelly. Crystals 18' take Tl ws. 4 The colt teams of ths City League met at the Southwest Park yesterday and the fall to the husky Crystala wno defeated theboys front Lake View by the huge score of W to I. The Crystals presented a prairie pitcher named Collins as a tarn' for the foe. but the letter did not land upon the young mart to any extent. Collins pitched a magnificent frame and mowed the Lake View people down. He was well backed. McGinnis pitched fur the Lake Views till the fifth inning. when he retired in Leppart . favor. Ii. was jurt as bad The Lake Viewites however. fielded well Over 1300 persons attended. th game. The score : . R B . A O 3 3 1 Lang cl Kelly Brown e. 1385 CoUlntp. 1008 Boyd. cf 0 O 1 0 0 Orlffln.1- 00000 Totals 1618 8718 4 ot Visas. B-B PAX ndrew. ef 0 O 4 O 1 Ueehan M 3 3 3 4 0 Pedro p 1 1 3 O Lyona3b. 3 0 1 0- 1 r Books. rL. 43101 2 1 1 1 erf 33101 lb. 1 813 0 0 Totals 4 32711 S 4 S301S33O 16 ke Vl OOOO130O1 4 Earned runs Crystals. 9. Two-has. hits Ueehan. Rook LOOK. White. Hudson. T" baii hit Books J Brown. Stolen Meeoan 2 Lyon ix. honk. Long Leppart. B sees on ball Collins 2. Magianis. 3 Lepprt 8. Struck oot - 7 UaglDAls. 3. Lepprt it. Tide Umpire 6ul- liven. Garden tiltys 6 Brandt 8. The Garden Citys won. their first game by do. fasting the Brands on the rforthwest grounds. The grounds were soft and the manner in which- the players plowed through the znndcoupled with brilliant fielding won frequent applause from 800 spectators. Wilson and Qui4rle represented the Brands In. the points and Welch and Harder did the heavy for the Gardens. Both pitchers seemed to be In the best trim. The Gardens set the pace- in the third hi scoring two runs on ion and Ronrkes singles both runners stealing a base a wild pitch and Peterson's seen. See. otbiag more was accomplished until the seventh Inning. ORonrn started off with a two to left. Crows received a life for the fourth time both scoring on Peterson's s smale to right. Peterson's , stole second. Lynch failed to nod the ball' and was retired on strikes. ilopt hit to QaIilvan bet- the shortstop failed to shut off Peterson at the home plate. HopI reached Stat. suds second. Del scored the fourth run on Harder's drive to center held.- For Ute Brands Welch proved a puzzle. In the sixth however they touched him up pretty lively. Wilson opened with a hit to deep l ft field which gay. him two- hue& tncjnest following with another two. baner. to center sad scoring on Lewissingle after Johnson and Hamilton Sew out to O Harder. Lewis reaching second on the plar and tallying on Robertson's single. Uathvpn striking out retired the side. The drubbing A elch received seemed to give Mm courage and for the- remainder of. the tram. he held his oppo. Dents dean without a run. XRourks. Peterson. and Harder carried off the batting tumors Es- trrquest and Hamilton did tbe bulk of the field- Ing for the Brewrs Nolls work In center field was deserving of credit while Harder displayed. ability behind the bat. The score ; Breads. B B P A f HaUeL 03000 NoUef Wilson p 130200 Eoorkess KstTq e C3b 11440 Crowe. 2b oJohaMDrt it 00000 Peterson Ib Hamilton. U. 00310 Lynch. Sb. Le..lb 1170 OHoptrt. Robrtr2b 1111 Harder c. OaUavan. II 0 1 100 Olavln. If. Qnlgley 0 O 9 1 O Welch p Total. 3 834 9 1 Ganb a R B I' A. Z Totals. 6138710 S Garden Cttyi 0030004O Brands. 00000300 3 Earned mn Garden Cltys. it Brands. 2. Two- OEonrke Peterson. Wilson. Zsterqnt. Bases on balls thee Pe, LynelL Ropf. Bsmilu nKobert oa. 8&ole. bases NoU. O Ronrke. Peterson Lynch. ttobertsoit lilt by pitched U n gl y6tr k out- OBoorke Lynch 2 Hopt 21 Harder au GIXCIM ATI BESTR ST. LoVI& Narrow Margin of the Victory Won In the lath. STLOCIS Ifa. Hay 15. 1 gave the game to Cincinnati today by a rank cUeulpn in the seventh. after two of the Reds were. out enabling them to tie the score. St. Louis went ahead again in the eighth but. were left behini in the ninth by Cincinnati scoring twice on singles by Murphy and ; McPheea double and O Neil's sacrifice. Th weather was Attendance 660. The scorer RJtPAf 031 0 3 1 OlaMeckTssO 00 8i Uniudsyaf 0 O I a ct 1110 0 OTeOLt 0000 CrthOn rf I O O e HaUl nr f O 0 O O 0- O a a Stocker to. 0 Buckley . 0 0 4 Totals. 4 69517 8 B B I' A : MePh SI 0 316 L t oi3b. llarkelf 9 9 j 1 Smith . . Mnrphr e- Mnlianv p Totsls 6 93713 SClxmli MnMMM 0 a 1 O O O O 1- O I ClnctanstL. 0 O 0 O O O S O 3 2 Xarndrons StI DaS9 CtnetnaatLs. TWO kfts-CarnoU. Latham. XePh Home Stolen base Crooks. Doable OXABA. The eaders Did SotjGetexBnn eoltnafcas Defect MJ . P lls. HnwACkXE Wi If ay IL an Bo- nUledegreat battle odarVfc former winning because h was awtwtod turtoct support. Weather fair. Attendance. 3280. The seer a Omi RB PA X Shtebtkjss. 0 I 4 4 O OUk 2b. O 0 3 3 O UNI 0430 Total. 4) 7UU 4 0 TtCk5nI 00011 p Camp. cl 11400 Totals a 72718 1 lLrt eon on KeUr. Iftraell rarl Barrel1. Ham- rrOUk8 V& plteh-Borrsll Time mpire Ooreorsn. ColnmbvJ ; MinneapolisJ Corvxsrs O May It-Columbus outplayed Minn jvJ and won as Wther showery sad grounds very bad. Attendance , Tire secret oZouks3b3 2 3 it. 1 t 0 ParrottCb O Abbifcf. g I" 0 0 Merrltuc 01300 itephsBp 00030 Totals 457183 JM sjM j , R B > A It parrolurf 13401 NewmaBcl 01100 Wwulb. 0 Kats. O I 0 0 0 Parrott Tab O 1 4 O 0 ManieV b O 6 I S I plxonc-.M. 0 0603 fwaru L 0 Totals 1 6 8410 8 Columbus 0008000 4 Minneapolis. 10 0 0 O O 00 O 1. Two. en bases base on By a wartxeiv 4. track out-By Ste. thens. 3) by Swsrttsl. 8. Ttos 1 a Umpire- Snyder. St. Pant sndJTolsdo G mes Postponed. TOLEDO O If ay IS. Tb two St. Toledo games scheduled for toda count of. wet grounds. were postponed on so- tEA IIXINOISIOWA tEADERS BEATEN. Qnlncy Evansvllle and Terre Haute Defeat Their Opponents. Qviircy. 111. May SD Ths Qutneys defeated the Jacksonville today. Ths game was one scheduled for July but was played today by agreement. The scorer j Qalocy. t 001088 8-11 acksonvUle aoOO09000 4 Batteries Parvtn and Yeney Connor and Had srt. Errors Oatoey 1. Jacksonville. 6. ranted ran Qulney S. Jackson vllls. lf Base hits 13 Ja kM nvllle. Two'S. hlt J o n Oodar. 011- leu. Hamilton. baa hit Hamilton. sassd ball KAfl rt4. ttUdpltch-Parvtn. ' of game n Evansville 9 I Porl 4. : iAilt May' IS. Special. The Evansville defeated th Peorias today. The feature of the gems was the two bits of" MeQuerry over the center fence which brought in fly. runs.- The score Peoria. 0 0301010 O-4 vansvlU 10001440 -Batteries iltller anti Trost Collins. MorrUon andblgrs. Krrors Peoria 1 xvsnvhhle 7. Earned run TanTI1I. 2. Base hits Peoria 8 KvanrrlU fit Two-base nits tl-J4or1arIt Some run SicQuer- K 3) Pas ed balls Wild pitches-Miller. m of gam 3 JO. Trre Haul. fit Rock lord 4. Rocuo-n. DL May 13. f SpecialJ The Terre Haute. defeated th Eockordt today. The feat urea of. th. game wersa wild pitch by Mcolin the fourth inning after tilling the et with. men on balls and. a wild throw under the same circumstances during th same inning. Score EocMord. 00 003010 4 Terre Haute UOOOOOOO 5 Bocklord. Nlcrl and Snyderi Terre Haute Bean end erry ore Hoc tiord0 Terre Hant 3. Base Rocktord. 6 Terre Us ate 4. Two-bat rnss lUchWua pUchss-MlccV It as,1. The JolUt Albloas Defeat the Movers. lOLInIlL May The Chicago Ten Football dub earns down to Jollet to meet a disastrous defeat at the hands of the Joliet Albloua in a tears of t to Go Ths gams was played at Riverylaw Park with a fair audience both dabs contesting for every advantage. The brsetaui James h. b. LsndfC. cf Donaldson and Allen. aarsnts Chicago Rovers club Were i Patterson goal Hay. ris and Crawford backs Ttwse UcFarland. and r. MeKnUhtandMcEatfjt1. Joliet team t Gib. son g Donlan sad Moors b. Monet . and Etheridge b. Barnes e Young lid Etheridge r. Sword end Uraham 1. Mloor Games. The Myrtles shut out the Buffalo in a close and exciting gaifision thf orttr grounds by a score of 3 to a i- i A small but voiced crowd was at the SouViwest Park yesterday morning to witness the overthrow of the Pickwicks by the Locals. The latter team put up a great article of ball. The score was 11 to . The Ivories defeated the Pitneys at Armoor's glue works. The fettnr of the game was the pitching of RoooezrtWlts batteries were Mooney and Wrightoi the Ivories asd Prable and SeU of the Pitneys. The score Ivories r 3' 0 0 0 fl Pitney. 6 The Pitney Juniors defeated the- Sour Mashes at Thirtieth street and Pitney avenue. The features of the game were the pitching d McKenna sod the home runs by- tenon. The batteries were McKenna awl Msstcrson of the Pitney Juniors nd Sharp salt dare of the Sour Mashes. The score Pitney Juniors 814 4 8 4 28" Sour JUahes VVrrU trtlo 1 0 1 1 S PRESERVATION OF THEE HOLY SABBATH. Presbyterian Bishops Z lsenssthe Qnestloa at Omaha PUn. OMAHA Net May 15. Probably the larg est concourse of people that ever attended a religious meeting in Omaha attended the meeting in Exposition Ball this after. noon. The special thetna was the American Sabbath and Cor Elliott T. Shepard tev York Bishop Warren. Bishop Ninde Judge Lawrence of Ohio. anti. other speakers addressed the audience. An overflow meeting was held in. the First Baptist Church. Bishop Newman presided at the hall and Chaplain McCabe ltd the singing. J" R. Knowles Secretary of the American Sabbath. Union. read a report of the work' of the union sail was. followed byCoL Elliott F. Shepard. He read the ten commandments and insisted upon the necessity of having one day in seven for rest. The proper observance of the Sabbath he held would keep people out of crime. Bishop Warren held that law was the best condition of existence and that when nation fell out with the- idea of regulation by law there was danger in the immediate future. God had said that one day in seven should be set aside for rest and human law should correspond with the laws of Pod. Judge Lawrence maintained that It was the duty of the State to provide that all unriecea. 117 work should be discontinued on Sunday so the thatches might have a chance to draw the people to thatch. The. HonJTEd wards State Senator of New Tork stated that James G. Blame was In favor of closing the Centennial Exposition on. Sunday. Mr. Edward thought the American people had better quit singing America It the Worlds Fir Is kept' open on. Sunday. Dr. Carmen the fraternal delegate front Canada said that the church people of Canada were with the church people of the United States in. this effort to- keep the Sabbath day from being disregarded. Bishop Ninde made the speech of- the day. He held that there was little use to expect the people to keep the Sabbath holy until the church had won the masses to- Christianity. The church of the present day looted after the. rich instead of going after the masses ev erywhere and under all j circumstances. lie believed that if the churches would take hold in earnest and work for the salvation and con. version of every rank and. lass of humanity the great Sabbath question. would soon solve DELZB3 rn OLZOXABOAB1KX GUILTY. Os. Hundred ttay ThejolB Violated the Law-Eighty T t to PI1rS3URO Pa. May 14. d the Criminal Court yesterday nearly 100 oleomargarine dealers pleaded guilty of- violating the laws. AU but eighty hive now been before the court and these are expected to plead. guilty' Monday. It they do not District-Attorney Bun. leigh says they will'- be put on the list for speedy trial. Two Drowned Near Detroit. Drrxorr . May Thl afternoon two men wet. drowned and two others who were in the same boat had IA almost miraculous serape from death. John fling Adolpn Nebel. and two brothers named Frank and j August JIeh1n. alL ship carpenters by trade went for a ride In a sailboat on the. Detroit River. When the boat was In the' American channel a. gnat of wind swamped the. craft. Adolph Nebel sank to the bottom of the river sad. ti mg more was seen of Us body. John Brg struck out for the shore about half a mile distant-but be. fore be had gone far he became exhausted end sank also. This month you et Andrews' Ruby bf-bed at about hSpricsu BoHI alafh peat. Reported Plantin Yield of Irult Like UNFAVORABLE CO tDITlOSS SOTED KTMJSSDUKI. Inundated Farms cu ot Be Planted Po- rair Pros o Michigan Corn 1 A Good y la This Mate The Backwardness or Ct 111 Is Do to Exe"'e Rains and ! ick of Son-nine. coLiURLt Mo. May 15. cropbuUetm of the 4 isIIouri State weather service the State Board ot Agriculture op. crating with the United States Department of Agriculture Weather Birean. for the week ending May- 14 says The pre vailing weatter conditions of this week were even more ox favorable than. those of the preceding weeks owing to the general retarding of farm work kt this advanced sea. son and the increased liability of permanent injury to growing crops in account of their advanced but un mat area condition. Reports from- correspondents show ex. trernely heavy rsmfall low temperature and very little sunshine to have been general in all sections of theState. Damage by high water is reported front Davis Orundy It Lewis. Mississippi sad Manitesu Counties especially bat lowlands all over the State are either under or completely soaked with water and crops thereon are considered a failure. Gen era crop conditions may be summarized' as follows Wheat except what has been mined on lowland looks fair. but promises a short crop. Oats are doing well but the acreage is decidedly short. Some potatoes are coming up but many hay. rotted In the ground. Corn is about third planted and the outlook is very poor. Some of the peaches have been killed but other fruit promises well Very little' gardening has been done. Reports from the southern counties show a very poor outlook for the cotton . The ground is completely soaked with water roads are gun. erally impassable farm work la two or three weeks behind and its further prosecution is impossible for several days. Thggeneralout. out. look it very poor and only an immediate and most decided change in prevailing weather conditions can assure anything like a prosper. outs crop. COM PLANTING IMPOSSIBLE The Field. Are Bar. Near Gne eo Crops Were Sever to SoI3ekwsrd. Gznsxo Ill. May 13. . The backwardness noted everywhere in. the fields is surprising. Hundreds of farms in the finest corn-belt of the. State are' lost as they were last fall after the crops bad been garnered. There ii scarcely any plowing done for corn \ in many places especially on the rich bottom lands along the rivers none can be done for the next three weeks even under most favorable circumstances. A great many farmers on these lands have given up planting corn this year and will get their land in shape as soon as they can for millet.- They are badly diseour. aged and say they cannot remember a time when the prospects for crops were so poor. They have already' lost their oats and wheat and their bay lands ire under water. All kinds of farm work is at I standstill and it is still raining. The ground is fun of. water everywhere. Those who profess to know pro. did that it will be impossible to . half a crop of corn. The rivers have overflowed the' thoroughfares making it almost- impossible in some localities to travel and. the worst has not yet been teen from all appearances. FAIR PROSPECTS IN MICHIGAN.- KxcMslve ttala and Lasts of Warmth Keep Crops Backward However. Lutsino hitch. May 15. Special. Tbe crop bulletin of the Michigan weather service shows that the average total rainfall for the last week was Ltd inches or 69 inch above the normal. It was heaviest in the southern counties diminishing generally toward the north. The sunshine wag. below the. average throughout the State thus retarding the growth tf rope generally in tbe Southern counties. Excessive- rains have done some damage to wheat on low ground but. oats and barley have bend more extensively injured. Corn planking is far behind. In. the central counties all classes of farm work have been retarded. In most of the counties of this section wheat grass and pastures- are doing well and promise a heavy crop. For the State while the rainfall has been very heavy sad the weather cool crops in the ground do notappear to have been seriously damaged except on low lands. A week or twc of warm weather would put crops of all kinds in god condition. Fruit prospects are excellent and the grow. tTS are sanguine of a full crept Fruit Prospects Ar Good. MsthtrAn HL May IS Special. The reports from the great growing section of Southern1 Illinois. southeast of here are favorable for au abundance of fruit ia that section this season. The apples especially are in excellent condition. It appears that the damage done by the early frosts was confined entirely to the early peach Crop which was ruined by frost. ILLINOIS TDATIIE3--CRO BULLETIN. The Amount of Rainfall. Has Been Above it reasonable Average. SrranjnsxD Dl May 15. The weather-crop bulletin of the Illinois Weather Service In cooperation with the Weather Eu- reau of the United States Department of. Ag. rlculture summarizes the weather conditions throughout Illinois during the week ending May 13as follows The temperature of the last week has been. be low the normal throughout the Stats At the Central Office th daily deficiency was 10' Cloudy weather prevailed. In th extreme south- eru counties and western half of tn central dl. vision the amount of rainfall was above a seasonable average. in the other counties from which reports were received the rainfall was below. Following ate extracts from the detailed reports nude by the local observers in the counties indicated to John Craig the director in charge of this station fond County Wheat grass. and oats look fins farm work retarded by rain little corn planted. Brown Connty Conditions unfavorable all farm work retarded. Rainf all 4 inches. Christian County-Corn late. getting In. owing to unseasonable. wsathsr grass and wheat good. Bainf alt LSO. Coles County Wheat soul meadows. look well little corn planted or ground prepared for it conditions unfavorable. Rainfall 80. I win County Conditions unfavorable for work all farm work retarded ; farmers dmooiz aged many fields under water.- Rainfall- I Douglas County planting retarded by cold. wet weather not more than. 83 percent of corn planted. Da Page County Grass and small grain doing well no com planted much plowing to doyet ground too cold and wet. Franklin County Too cool for growing crops wheat fins oats not doing so well tome corn planted. v Yukon County Ground too wet for plowing wheat oats and grass doing welt on high ground but on low ground much is under water. Rain FordCounty Abont 8 percent corn planted oats took bad some turning ysUow on low lands. Bainf all I inch. OaUatitt County Too cool and wet all farm. work retarded. KainlslLlAi Greene County generally Unfavorable but little plowing don for corn ground too wet fruit uninjured. RsIJif11L10. Hamilton planting at least ten days behind' ground too wet and heavy wheat and oats making rapid growth. but need sunshine : pastures improving. Rainfall. 89. JlenrJ County-Corn planted two weeks ago has been washed out oauin low places un under water outlook discouragingr Iroquois County-Bat umscorn planted wann- joDavwss Fsnnwork retarded' i grass growing slowly ; frost mh. Bainf all. 1 luck Jackson County Wheat never looked better. Johnson County Some corn planted. but the continued talus have retarded all farm work wheat damaged OR lowland farmersdiscour sand. Rainfall Inches.- Kendall County too wet I farm work retarded warm and dry weather needed. Oats and Aries tWng wsQ no corn Tantsd yet bat will begin UI& loth U favorable I season two weeks late. Lawrence County-All farm work retarded by rates wheat and oats good. Bainf all JO. klle County-All fm work retarded by. rains r wheat and oats which have not been flooded look fairly well pastures good Rainfall XJ4aeoup5a Co lathe wills wheat Morgan Farm work retarded' ground too wet to work loot little corn planted grass oats and wheat on rolling ground doing well trait aU right. Bainf4ll45 wuj MeRcury Recent heavy rains injoriov to oats on tow lends bat train and grass ate do. lng well elsewhere bnt little plowing done f no corn planted ground too wet. and. cold. Rain. f all. 77. i r Msxi County Cold wet and cloudy WMter retards farm work wheat on the' Illinois and Sanganx Bottoms destroyed by floods. InfIi. McLn Wheat oat and If- doing well t need warm nd dry weather to plow for and plant corn tome farmers are through plowing out very little Corp is planted. Bainf alt JO. tVerr little farm work being don BainfaU t02. Monroe County-About 20 per lent of corn Planted ground too wet adtTheavr whir bra- tardsplantlag too cold for fruit. Rainfall JO. Meuart County Farmers have beenablajto Plow and plant some on high and well tilled pound but owing to continued rains all work has been stopoed BaJnfall. LSO. Pops Wheat and oats slightly injored by heavy rains of . lost. farm work retarded' the Ohio has left th bottom lands. Raluftil very high ranch damage r" J61 done to property as well as crops wb at dotaj welt some of it being over U inches hlfh. Pjatt County Too cold and wet term work re tarded no corn planted some oats looking yel. low wheat getting rank. Rainfall Liu 11 IF P Ilty o n corn- ulanted. but. gener al thehigh ground is till too wet to plow for corn wheat seems to be going too much to straw. except in low places. where it Is yellow and puny owing to rates grass excellent. Rainf all JO Peoria Rainfall 10. RiehlaiHiCoiinty-aiw cold wet weather lie retarded corn planting and plowing. Rainf all A Randolph County-Corn planting has been pushed some during the week wheat oats and grass doing well. Rainfall U Sanramou Farm work at a standstills but little plowing and corn planting done whit SuToi o400 e ept on bottoms. Ri4n. Shelby County Some corn punted ground Still too wet too plow wheat sad crass will be above an average erop arid oats will fell short one half. Rainfall one inch. SchUller County Bnt little corn tilanted farmers much discouraged wilt be several days be- lore tb holds can worked. Rainfall. Lit St. Clair County Heavy rains retarded plow. Inc sad planting meadows and pastures look H0' poor1 ettootieaTJr Rainfall. 280. Union County Very little corn planted weather too- cold for- gardens wheat and. oats affected favorably. Rainfall. LOS. Vermillion County Too wet for farm work crops except com. doing well fruit prospects good. Rainf all. Winnebago. Oats will average 100 in condition no corn planted ground too w . Rain fall sa. Willisjson Wheat promisingbnt lit. tie earn planted owing to unseasonable weather White County-But- little corn planted apples' falling oft wheat oats- and pastures doing well stock in good condition. Rainfall. 1 inch. Washington County Farmers planting' corn conditions favorable for all growing crops. Rain- fail I7 In Wisconsin. Miniso Wis May 15. The following Is the Wisconsin crop bulletin for the weekend ing Saturday May 141832 The crop conditions' remain practically the same as last week. There has been a continua. lion of cold cloudy rainy weather which has added another week ot idleness to the account of the farmer. The temperature has averaged about seven degrees below the normal daily and the rainfall was about double the- usual amount. Seventy five hundredths is bout the average for this week in May. The tO11OWin total rainfalls were reported from selected stations Schofleld. Marathon County.- L59i Sbawano Shawano County 531 Appleton. Outagamie County 136 Viroqus. Vernon County. LO Waukesha Wan- keshs County. 110 Milwaukee . 7 andFepin Pfpin County 302. Vegetation is nearly stationary InIU growth and will so remain until warmth and sunshine are received. Buds and foliage are nst starting. Considerable seeding of oats remains to bi . Spring grains- are up in many fields but the low temperature causes very slow growth. Much low ground is underwater sad the seed there will probably rot. There is some complaint from southern counties that early potatoes have rotted. Tobacco plants are under cotton covers and are dome welL Of cranberry prospects. Mr. 3 H Treat or Meadow Valley says : " Water is still on the bogs. so but little can be told of their condition. I bear many reports of winter killing at many of the vines were xposed a large crop is not generally expected. Lumberman report a good stage of water for driving lop. GARwS BEBELXIOJAPMABS Z5DZD. Conceded In Laredo That the. Bandit Is Dither la I- nglind or Cnsds. LIBIDO Tex May : It I. believed along the border that the recent fight near Mice Mexico befweear government troops and Oar La men. in which ten of the latter were killed has completely wiped out the so revo Intimacy movement. It is generally con ceded here that Catalina Gem us either in England or- Canada and that he. lies given Up all hope of accomplishing the overthrow of President Diaz fie is now under indictment by the United States Court at San Antonio upon three charges of violating the neutrality laws. Three charges of a similar nature hang over him at Brow The work of arresting' the co-called revolutionists who have sought refuge 011 the Texas side continues. The jails of all the border counties are flied to over. flowing. while at San Antonio there are no less than forty or the offenders confined.- Indictments have been found also against sixty others who have not been arrested. Dining Cars to Calfornla. Passengers via the Chicago mad Northwestern Railway secure the advantage of ear service ttrougti 110 California Tickets and fall informs. lion at Ha Clark KIRKS IUY SOAP A uupr soAPmffiE AND SOltAU DUSKY' ID HEALUFUL AGREEABLE . Cores' hs39d Bands Wounds gurus Xte. A Family Affair' Health for the Baby Pleasure tot the Parents" New Life for the Old FoSv Hires' RoOt Beer THE GREAT m is family affair requisite of th borne. JL as etU package makes sjsJJons of delicious strengUiftnlng eflhrveace4t beYeet IDont b deceived V Sealer. for. the cake of Mrat profit tea 700 some other kind la lost as good 11s fata Ko Imitation Is as goad U the isenle. Hn ran WEI smi IRK. nd They Spoke What They Out Hoaeatly' Beltered. Se Host Bimmrfcanla rortis frost the Lip of Leading Pro secnal Gentlemen la Europ and America. Dr. Radeltff was the most eel orated physi cian of England tu Queen An estlme He amused a large fortune- end w is fur many } the physician to. UI Qu it as well as to mot of the English nohilit r. For some reason the wai took a dislike ohinatone time and dismissed him ateot rt physician. In her last illness however she e J for him He refused to obey the sunlit is declaring Since her Majesty's ease U so lesperat and her distemper incurable. I hi thy think it proper to give her any dlsturbai in her last moments so near at hand. hot r ithsr let he dU as easily u possible. Dr. RsdcUR observed a 11101 time before his death When I was yond r and yst un skilled In medicine I possessed sx least twen ty remedies for every disease bu grown old la the art of healing than twenty diseases for whic even a single remedy/ The late Dr. Holland who wai physician. some years before he sine. I bar I knowmon I1 have not an educated VUaUSaT JVeVf VBSAMV Utf ilAQ wrote lit Umtkit. lt is a fact that many of the best proprietary medicines of the day art mor successful than many physicians and most of them have been discovered or used in actual medical practice. When however any shrewd person knowing Ut ' virtue and fore. seeing their popularity secure and adver - them. in the opinion of th bigoted all vu-ms roes out of. thin Dr. William Edward Kobssontf the Royal Navy of England wrote to a London news. paper called the Famili Poctos as follows i Having had more than seventeen years' ex- tlerience in my profession I e&D CDnselsauoos- it and emphatically State that I have hose able to gir more relief and effect niece curse' by th as of Warner1 Safe Cure than by all other medicine ucertaiAabte to the pro. fesslon. Th late Dr. Din Lewis. whoseldom pre seethed any m . wrote as follows I If I found myself the victim of a serious kidney trouble I should use Warner's Safe Cur Th testimony of hundreds of intelligent and very reputable gentleman hard lea. roost to doubt that it is one of those happy diseovt cries which occasionally bring slit to soScr- inff humanity Dr. B. A. ronn dsan of ths United States Medical College and editor of. the MdICOi Tribune some time since wrote and published a book in which he said The ingredients of. Warner's Safe Cure are an most valuable medicines of our steele d" w and the combination is such as to Insure th best possible action on the kidneys and uri- mary organs. Dr. Andrew Wilson. F. B. editor of J7 oUiin replying through his paper to a eorrwooodent who bad written him regard. jar Warner's Safe Cure said Warner's SaJs Core is perfectly safe and perfectly reliable. The are physicians so skilled so solndepeuthi sot so honest so true. to the conscientious teachings of their noble profession that they dare tell the truth to Kings or Queens or the. whole world. All honor to then. Burlington Route BEST LINE TO St.-Paul- Minneapolis. 2 Trains Daily. Penobscot Bay Maine. hs tSLKSBOBO UI' wm p n June 20 wider the sane management a ' or M. P. SSWELL. Isleeboro Maine. The new sad vommodious steamer frank Jen of 1400 tons. now bemr built for the Maine Central B. 5. will be put on the route In Jane. S. 8. DUOS. Pr t I leboro Land A Imp. Co. 715 Walnut Philadelphia. Pa. Mountain House ORESSON SPRINGS. Om the SmauBlt et th IJ1qbe. Mounlelas. ) Line Pens. B. B. AU trains stop win open June SO. rorelmlar nd utormsttaa address WM. L' DUjrHjUCSpt Crwsoa. Caateia Co. Pa. Paoi OIS4IA TOE MZW 3011135 Tosnntr. B. Stewner stlettlcan Kavy IMpartment Wsca- Ingtoo. D. C. April 301893. Sealed proposals are hereby Invited did will be received at tkis deo rt- mo until la o o'clock noon on Friday th 90th dsy of May. IBM. at anion ttm and place tee will bi opnd In th rMeD of atendln bidders. offer- In to fnrnuh. by contract. two So and itretub. boilers and on steam drum tot to Oitt.S.flcaV- ran to disconnect and remove the boll. now OD. posed toe vessel and to piac and car to new boilers and steam draw la the ship. make all _ sari steam and water connections. doth. tb boilers and drums end attach to them it th nc arr ranges and fittings and prepare them la all ' or service.- tobe don. la amordance with plan and spectncatloo provided by th B c- rotary of th Navy. copies- of which mar b obtained on appl cation to th Chief of th Bureau of Steam Engineertns. l.syy- t epartmeatI and persons desinnsjo submit bids will be allowed access to Of the of the us vessel afKna. Pa. to etIUm. tb extent of th work to be don and cSeterm1do haw much th preeentBlplnjreadflttlttr sullied with Ui new boils The old boilers when removed frost L S vessel ar to become ths property ot to eon. tractor. who U to receive then. Is parti ar therefore rM et d to stat. the amoSni they prOpose to allow for the same. Bidden are re owt- s-ito tt tb time WUII1a which they propose compute th work. In awarding the contract ursi- licence wOl b glvsv other tain being qnal. to th bidder who offer to couplet. thworkwtiftin to shortest Urn and th contract wilt contain elan. providing tit th d deduction frost theeontiaet price of & sum of O a day for . and every day. excepting seeder. elanDI' which Jh tomplettee ot tb work shall bedetsyedbeyond tb ttm spctfl4 yi tb oontnet. Zaca propoeal mast be aoconuial i r a certified check. prbi to th order ot t 1.15:7 of the Navy. for th sum of SIx hundred dollars which check oallbeeom th property of Jhjs United States In case th sneceestot bidder 41 WI toenurlntotb requWt eotraec sad to torBUh th r4nl U security on th acceptance < his proposal. AU checks of bidders who prnoosals shall notb accepted will oath award of th contract. foTetmrndtothemTbpce iifiil bidder will b required. within ten dars after the acceptance of hi propowU. to nter tale formal soctract for th talibtiti performance of th work. and to sir a satisfactory hoed for- such performance In a penal east equal to twenty eve per cot of th ssst cc hi bid. and hi cheek wUIb returned to tmwh a such contract and bond shall have been duly x eted Payment will b made U four MaiJ menu as th work progrse span bills doiy eertt- led.- Tile last Installment sad 10 per ent of eh prVvioos Installment will h reserved until th c- ofthworkbythDpartmeot. Proposals nad In dspticte. in accordec5 with cerise on sppitostloa to tn Senses and Depot Commissary of u Mats. Arnur 8 EM Wskio tom4t v.1 ttall o c until lloclock an14. ISM. at witch time and place psd lit th w rae of bidder. for cation MOM cV TttOllA . BfcUVAX ttoit QaP8A ' J I bUo blica fL a that Jourclob tJi1I il tbI1o Cm Warer ' au ole U. 1LJ1m ae n. ; and fuU fb1e dfl:4' yo are tUm& vic be inte d diicuuionaand Uii u : ILLUX " ing anisecl eli C inthla beCJecided at Milk fo ' j j 1 ft t. l 1 jl' rrHi iill1 Mi mm' Qi irfiTj ieiii' i. TffiObfl-ApE IOOKLYlj lIELDOr SIXTElUtJlOU 1 fte ' 111 D Loa t".t 8Ja e adw aDLo iBe D. n. 'frt.'A. alh RuaeUWIlI ee 1 Turklte11l7IU4e. 5 af' rS Tbia1a JUtbflbul1etin for rrow. t 1t WAyz' Partiallcloud7wit Uih rtem. ed b Jo b t ill. tem. \ baeCa b to h t. da KO .il.UQ\ f.\ meansas raia ltber fe 4 t k1md b eeT rar. a7' te7wsrneet ofYlIMbtr 2ll\ in aeematoD ht e. 1 LoD treet.-.w..t ' KeLa hUa' Fita . BaAqut 0 Lsmbiey rhom Morroi l1SroY1nIrtOa. 115. TaraL. RaMellh Ltt aker. 97. n 11. Pickerm. larcudon. Y 1. bllIlPbf r1n1e I00Douett. XchtoD I08M1JuflYo Doo. U2Hmlhoa. bt Dwyer's L llllltreet JandaM quet10 eathPicknlebr andJudi Mo w 1. 1 e . 1. 1 100\0 leacb1b. Itrter col1btthM Lonptreem thclp a a con lluN enlrfOS8 J" hem e loHtSfamonr interested. r trilhe b d f pounds-en bemoedo thefurlotipwitbthereiUIarit' iii aaidtonl ht. orhine treet the Bit Raee1andtod& tobe ckec1 e thaiw f u' tioD heWU isu ead7u an'.trainer to gtTeItOO4aceoun . f Morriathe o er J mateelitUe O ood J In pre en. fi IteneralimpresaioD n hUatbai than third WldeTblalta in c " M ate II Mania. 1 ij. will omltarter iTel altho h dep nded j- bea. t mil. - It Alt h liXel aeem f thisafiernoonbeo he ledou' Ii f j re. Qt c ia. bod ft0d87 eier boiaPhil DW1 ' aand im roTea rked. Jleahowed 1i U L CtQU1iP uu lUlU Dtoi lIunf morrow. howill tho M b erallW1 th .bll\ cheJ:1fiU at of fnendsThe were' 81m ply 1 f t canlUt. The18wiU u hi an ihe Loea\.JJeWD& thRaen r. book : H nu. Is } If : 1:1 i u : 1 4- 1..Banquet. S 7-5 81. pOr\cAeoot.r. 311 l ll- .z- a l r r 4 1 l tf 3:1 1 ' Fa1rYI. 8-1 4-1 80-1 1 8-1 f JtIDI1II er 8-1 1..U.A 8- SEXOR1TAAG.USST OrsatlarS " Xl. Th. I eoodtomonow. tneltlt h e M TUeedAyU th-.hil she fit. ou traiD1D4rtor Geor w rk:1Dc.t Me 1 tm re riumeetWr ' b. pen a W 1r no Ooo Wl u ; Yoni1 The The Oferaooo GuU berw are. t. Leigh. D,463 Ti qJ. 1. McCorm1ck. B.Brad- 11& v. 2OGSJ o11 a ltfd 10810. it. J. DalfIII l Sm. p1re Sta 1eo Cottoal1flO . F. ere I i. 16. K E. A. MeOnire. & ' Cu S J. 1 lW it J CI1 T. i roe. DXPJer1. attUFfdRo D btor. O Oat. JounDL & rolllne-milJ.'aDd Geo Hamphre1mao ptere- 0 Gr PUt atdabreak was st7. lfth. time" M11e4for1he Labmaaeou1d j refereedeclred 1 REL ' o m JbJJWI J 4ruter j than I. You. , .1.1 end of the wh in thiniclJrlt7 aremneh TbedJriltoQ troaAl ia. ofL. cdtr : 1I c oov8luA1 00) oPo FWlkillVilla4leto. Tusk. lathHeI ueounewill th aacIKicbth tlO Crease. 4nraadfroa' O1IeJ1J ark :1 l bolerue 1rill1ladcMt do8e o. the i ' : WiIt our . tWe. rtaut : oh" ucII& tWhe1 YL iJ Qeiek of vuaen NIr8Ioldeta of th. or- PJUMrof the raaeDd wift 1msD from Nnr Yotk. ! JIrooklIII. 11 the' nee ' accordDC to aebfd it ri111e SOIIbS4 : j d r 1 r1 e t' TeDi j NEW' Youka1S. SpedaJrCbrlllobD ItoDthe Brookl1DaaJoonk rud. JoJmLS an aetorwiU en Broo ere an P tt-l'OOi ID I Dd poli p b t7 make etr rt to1i. nti mdotu buIiAJacIt champ10D 11 tweieb'- PuaUbt o a04 a j Th. : in the ac I .J.- an 1 andarreat 001 DEC1BEJI1f AV BO i L1k. Cb111 ior . LRseeftDe UBoPLlb115.Ispeciai ion Hhc of rdai astbo productl1eof Q pr eent co Pnb" npanrif. ukee Was Tbe F rm r it. req ted b trheboard aitthe KU h. WbitellI ow. 0. 1a bout tollta uonunioualllpiCe A 18 allow1 m o auUe Mem ly ChiDete1t. decidedtb4 be' atri mak ra et. anytbingabout iU. Bocbest r m D. lth LynuMaas. le centt d the andS. J10WI1nUUna f Uhu obeen d ded f N w EI1 1aDd 0 visit DOY coDBul po caU1' Sta fhr 1da 15. 1 1 1ocallabor ord rina utraletrib n 1ed a\ B orkOn l jobtand inzhea4 laboroomplication. ne Will1lDWuU o l' cit1for nonoUnion n w cltho arenotut unionnien. G it isnotlike17that uporieueeanoth snothereeneral n EB deli yered Mrm D Are edyfor LLcrTioubl inhich ; M il5. betweeDU1e. weetApaint rs' joorDemenand tie re eTe uJ1 aou" . pro birethrir leCloi" S rinir ianow beadJ ex nded loae1be uniouand oJd. VtMa715.ILWeb ter. r andlriepuiDaconuaCtDrtaS today 1. a willfurnlll1itoct At. aedp.Tbe oJIfDersot a COU1 anJ. tboosaDdmen E TeiD. tQLUTALI XANIRD .U Add Y Gr daa j. ConuM7. S ial- annualaermou beforeUw 11' e1en olm Barrowawu b Pre ident f HT. text II hJobnnIL. 33Andl. if be Ch t whiCbW 1M PD m1ihh . b o eo e nd llt rl f a hi erud . II IirnUMf muterilf e tendnm bolar on Uthere : t.- Uttf r alllOula truihaaother ebaracterand fa threere bt : t IJh' 0 : ; O tCh f taharmOl ODlDeu. th ratherthan truat1A unbib' liealp. OD e maell commsndthe : tm : bo or : th1111 st uDot quee e J t : = l Chr i w hieenice the : oge ea on 1a- Cirilt1a1ilThe tltoaU r e d r mak OTABDUVDELY 0. Meu-Deputiaed Is W R polt re cbes StteaManhalOib w t thePQwdetRi r pus 1iou1detLl0dentt caube" ob t1. them IImalllltock ranchmell roUJ1d P 1 p U tFJ h' NrwYou. Speclal Holm S arriedbere sndwet J9h C09 tIneppearanee be sid.- U tIt ring. lWi11lappoae. to T' buUt. eo te KD otL borutryeSoa d Pnft PXa The Gel 8 Ex the IPU La or A a1 session today has DOWDcof tm . ce. duBotThe ax BoebM r. NT a dete audMer. OftDr ft. vie. Ute NonIIweMerD Lt. H:1I m. IolTh1BaM at MUbelecOltl iD6. All aN NntMi fa diaDIC nUII CIRt 1. T BElTTHEbIfA- NS KZ. ul : OX 1' Geo4EhlbltJ. or hacaUb. Side G bn Sc tol- neBlnla D. at th. d Ftd seltlr Co teSt- 7talaAI ll t. Ak. 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Be Time C1N : BESTRIT. 1f ow DOUbitVJetorWeu TLo11s1o. aiU l1ui e C oa Loww ot were1elt IDthnintb b7p Gchuaat1l On' HUl b1. Hal1aDiJlePbee' waaurYaI B. lf. 11' AI rc . liB : Jl g X. 8 tr1t tg lIB 1 . I 115 0 A bark. to . O. 0. 0. 08. g cI YY an g8 3 - rll 0 HsllijanLf r. too g GI pO 1 e o Com1a 1bl :1100 l' a 6 1 s..tb..O t 0 00 06 0 11 fpJJ r ' iGiT 1oCalai " t 8LoUUitO. 00 04 r ; ia l C U. wens. R ut- 1Ib1e. IaeIeo Mrwer-.r ea YlNtMN 3oft aUaD 1JU1ack. OQ. t .l- J i lalJaDe. tLt W114 1. Smalie. 3liLw4vEE ) rA B t B v 'l'h..IA.ct.n..DI4.1tO'.r. t n..D - CoI1l' aa. Deteetill pell XiL" Wli sag rel11ed jreat T. hautded . re Hil liB I' Oask II BP A < Jarr O a 0 Ahell G" : 0 lOA K ft- 8 oll g 17arL lb. 8. 110. fo CalIOIlr3b. IO 20 Kreta' oio 0 1. i 0 Bowelul I 0 0 Bnr et..6 VtlnerLrt. 01. 00 toot. . 0 0. wedLsiee 0 0 30 Hambrcf 0 0 Tl err..p- 0 0 0 1 1 1urru. ; 00 O. J eLo 1 1. 0 0 obt 7 i Total2 T27U" Xu..ukee.-.H..ilo.g g 1 8 lllg t1 . bI. Krl6 r Shlbelt Stolen not. DoIIpla Shlebeek-C.uOPT.J\ nreI1r1t bass 011. 3 Krele. ouEarlBurr bUrlr Vlekr Glib g WUd IU-1:40. vmpire-oorcora Colomb' 1D peui1. H15. lumbus Minneapolis he pleased. d. t8rT 2mTJre ieor1 Qlbv ft. B P A Wiesepclle . 1 021 rolr l 2 0 1 ; l ftl& l.'i g tAg y La11rlr 0010 KaultjO 100 I Ur ttggu bg 2 t tbbf et 20 glxou.e..o O. 5 0 3 rVhp 818 fw l 118 i. otab4 82712 a. 1' 1 . ulii IS lSt S S S : nae-Col umbo. II MInneapolIs bal Carroll 2 Itt ORourlil Stolen ba1IJ. : : t : 1 D 10. 1. Time Vmlue- Pulncl 7rol 1Gam oetpon OJL U.-The twoSt PaalT 1edo wamea eebeduled. todat. e 1 ILLINOU inv A B OaiDqEnanI aJdTrrB ute Their TbeQlllncJI am ozaoaeheduled tada ret. tlaC1 I 0:0'.10 8' 8 iid ' n oJd L rt Jrrn uln D. I 8. 2 b Jrt tj' Hamilton. fAMed. balls \\114pl&l . TImSO :25. 1IouA1ll. K. ThIJtTID the todalh hi MeQl1 e1d uiht t PeorlaO 02 oi o. 1 0 ZysnvW. r..1IO.O 0 jo4 1 l.r g eori ttf re. o 1W18 Ponia8 I eQQer- U' 2 Pulled balla- ' W11c1I1i JdlUer. 2 . Haut.:5 kq C u 11. the well a b Nleol in fourth1nDJq t11l Ad r the IA t gr 88 glg8 8 : B Y II' Ni C ig kf futl5 / AbloaID . . The emcldown toJoUet tamest f Ita Thsgam. rtL : i iT Chic r tertou. tJ-1IteFali \ 1aDd mK k i DdG Ji rGi bot AIrdDd Etbeii ii. bo e. iiS rd Ur L. 1 HI rGu oui B irdos t 1J l a. d T d CrOc eXht 7Pi : t scorewaslltoL orbThe f1aturft w. xftfJa blt rtee Root elaDd buf thelyoriee1ld r 8. O' a n a 1 0 dereatrathe PitnerJnalonandSharpanacar9f P1tDe lCn 4-28 -t..O .11- PBESE VAtIOll 8AEB tK. Presbytenianfllshops i. uu the ODe tloD OIl lh. bep NebMa15. Probablthe .of meetinzmOmaha attended. meetiqm. HaUthl DOOnThe thernt' tbeAmencan FShepa d of B hop W nBishop Ju aUdienceAn ot rtlow Ba tiat reaidedat b Uand ChapWuMcCabeled l theiAmencan f b Col andll1isted properobseance held heidthat law..as f existence tWhe a outWltb ofrciUlation blaw ia' 1mm cUatf da1m restanclhumanlawahwld la WI itvu dnt alluru1eces m lht thepeople HouJ T. Ed- oUlewYorkitatedtba ExpositioDouSunda . openouSunday. DrCannm . ada 1f th thftUnitedStates dlsre rded. I UIepeechof da Wal Uleto P opt. bol mauesto. I da aftertheniaaaea under aUjcire1lmdaDceIo earnestand con tSat batlt U ti lOOnllOl1e OUOUJtO 0. La. htrTt t J1 popf. PmnCBOla UIi Dearl ot marprin. fJ ofYi01atI112tbe 1& tmeid1trhenow D4tbeae to tfthej doaot lelihuJlltbe71t11lbePU .thelia\ speellytrzaL ' x. DEnOI11I1cho Thit Ad phNebe1. ahip' brtrade tfor Am rieaG N ebeJ u : o I montb t ItfeW betlatabOaUwtpm.Jd W ID1aD4te41arm ofB & Po taoMBotUc ia 4 r f corn. P atlc poelbi Jl1n obxGooct Yleldr r. IaTbIt JiDae kJtSuaaWoe. 1d M. lSP Tbe crop bulletin otA hultuiao erat thatruited De artmen\ B fo 1daUp prevailing wea ona weeltft eYeuJn re eebo iz tbeeeneral farmork acbaneedlleo andthe in ofpermanent ilOW ODaccouut matwed 1 ts ei- treme m tlture 8U hin n n8oft1e State. h b f Eq Da1ieQ nd1. I& Lewl lfi liulpp Cou Uestipeda1- b Uo. 01' ltie Aterand cro failureGen condltloDlmabesumm8 ized' Wheat u ept IoobJllr. lIe11bUt re a' cidedlhort po tOm 1ir up" maDrha. lathe on tbeou\Ic.ok ye17. promlaeatrelL Repo a r < te ueeen- 11 p tionia Th jlenerai oo andont Drth pro per. nldAre N. Ge1lo IlL. Ma 15. the1lelda rn beU areJUSt aathet f a ter ad Th re acarcel plow lUf' focortl on aDdsalon JlOne caD the. Jl M man 1 lha tl lOO I U1eC8D a the alread7lost wbeah their. ha1landa A tanilstiUand ra 1ina Those"ho thoro hfares. IIOrriloca1hies worst-has It& I aDdrek orwarm i ep 15. theMic anwe - lef1' ce' totalniufaU U61nehetor hea at diri nish towarduthe w tielowthe' T r tb a f pI Al. thern : do iome dam O haTetleenm018 d. or dln 101tof d promiAe" not. appear tw d p pects andUle row. an : ' 1t Are 1WcouTlH. Ma11S rSP Tha frob. theirea\ aect bn So tbe hereare abondancecffruii l euon. pecia1l1are t b earl e tirelr ruinedb' L TEA TBEa-CR n rJtaIDfall HasBecsi A 1era e. Mals. The co pention yeat er A weatberconditlons du 13 U tie. hj t lou < the eoundalld erereeeind rai fal1 lg detai1e4re- b m icated Jo Wbeati1 IIdoatilock ; b ra1u1iU1ecom nw Dt cUt1onS fl1' rahle Irnawork CorD tnowhe RAlafall150. Wheat a f abf aredfort De County oDl. . lle1daUDder bt l. Count per cent : Grass do : U b d FrankliD Too oaUnot aoell I Ground toowet gtlldo 1& butoa UDderater faio County-About Per cent. m r llOme ysllowcu I RaiDlaIL 161. I u ltainfaJJ. . plantin tleut d. d he. oattm needl11D- 16. Rainfall..89. 0 beeDbfd oats in t eomp en div weathereeded Rainfall 42. to tayieu ' t Rainfall i eb Some fmwork low lueS farmers IDe bee. Xendal1 Ba ts audrmlcweI1 eo JAt Uf1erab1e. : l A11l d' rai oal t U DOIbee1I. Iookrauqn IfOCdBaWu 1cn. Jiheoa iaCo 1eo eDtwbeat ao . . wozkretarded' d too. wertoworkiJb tlittl Planw. 1 : t11. Kell 11I1 1 ra it i : uo w t : . d = wet and fazwwo D JICl b Counti- vbeat. oataod we n n er Plow. forDd t arm l he 11 ttle Rainfall . L eo n 8r7 liUlefrD1wwr > J' kr andplanhome hl4r aDdell wtd. CODIt bIl cnrI eontinuedraJu p lli ilibtl7 wJc b ofttb farm Ie re rd d the lWafa1I loW. Pike County nryehich I dam has been P rtl. UO l bat ka L 1 ch. Piatt County wetrarmwork . jt E. i f L Perry some D1an genir. alU the h Me 1t Le a1i dtther lo" DC Rainfall DlaDtuwrbaa 4. cr doiDeell 3aruramoa at. 11 e pl 1aD tiDa oatlicood xceptOQ Some > iLted o a ; County-But : : k ha1L Heavy piaJ1t wen" oatapoor wheat too hea. OQ Very atl1er fdenahea i VrmWioIiCoUD Too I dotncwel1 pfOl I Ralnfall. i lOtl l Countl hea& Dr01D ncbtn e I Couutl- ut. plantedpplee f lJtnaof Ra : fOf iuar i fa1111. vt.eo. M1D ' s. lIa 11Z bul1etinfor week end SaturdarM U 1832 I pra tlcaD7the k j : friJi er h t i Infte Seventy-five bu dredths ner It u 1j eh : : 537 and pepin fecetatioDia nerlJatat1onr1 I1' 1rill1O alD1llUneUfo just doneSpriDe crainare bu 1 and1he d DDdereotton d . p peeta. . Treat e wli h l man ; lar al ltapofterfar OA ZASUBELLIOH AllZua lUthla II hDd' or acJ.- w. Ter U beliendalonl 1lptDeat Mias. Yuicdbet 1emtn nt roen-ln wb chteIl oftbe latte5 reT It. is. Il . or. Canadaan anenitp it" brow it. nouuder d. tatetCoon fie8 T no thellT rnotu Onlstll. 1IbO 0 b rder coun eS i COZ Iin W a . DiDiD n PD Railwaruecure 1aJ11Dform& I i AMf 1 . DIIYS8IPPURE 1A1SOIP. . J A GREEAB LE. W BF- cud Pm. NewUfe rt H. III' Ires J RootB i. JbB e Buro DrB mOl' watdphjsS ofEqtIl4 tire. H. Do ForlOme. QDlleQtook. a at oci dbm1aedhlrn laherlutWnaaho1r8Terahe 1 b thuumm 8iD KajeetJCM 1110 dbtur bet II I ndy.tnn. tttemediol' tor1VJ a1 ce lit. d he now 11IO forbie I J d pq I tl1e eel WrOtiia TibtJIJ l1a f tthatmUJ proprieta d. aremore htaal Whenttowever s red their f ad th4 T1nDl1OtII WiUiarnEdward Robeson t tbeBorat anofEodad L perea1lecfthe Ha tbaaanen oonadsati Cto. tate that)1 in the use W l1IIr1 tothl ThtateDr pre medicine utollowlt Tb. ItlJrewtable n emea , bpprdiaecnt a1l6' toldcr- B. hum. ofth thJI cal Trbooibv I0 h : 1Jr0D the materiarnediea m the ontbe d. nDl FR secUtorof eo h lt tr5 W raer Wa.c-u- porfoetluu. These Bllr1i Qtpn t BayMaine The DZQ U I' JltaDPIII a' ItflflOlon ne" em a. Ceu , 7 Wa14a 11 MduntahiHpuse elu Kooua ari pe o tIoa WJ 2tl' JlOJ :8Ou.zU POD TU 11. ' 8wmerIUe1a a l T et ll :1tro N the time ope ed the oll ra ; : re - eu ana ure the D. Uera andeam mUall a ancItr : neetlolaa. the the necessary tot tb. work ii to be cIoIIJA l Whl appicailon the ofth. ct ri 1YWw at the dOH. prsesnt rIPIDIf and StUn e bi e wttlathe 1' rlt 1f O I fa part pJIItt for the week required b this sdsrilsement. bidders uc' = : M to state the to . ; Jht thl o Ut. work WUIUQ thlbortelt the e1aue t tMd the asa wet aactrr of the 0 the be delared the time M n the oon pro 1e4 eertl eet. par' Ute Ord r : ' 1& ua4r the to enter into the fara la the r nlue 0 the wbOell J1lh on fl nfuag . flr " r the. & pertor a ua1tocwtC t CblaKJtot 1 tl D4 r : icated be ntl Ute swocr-aIeIt - prn10U he the so II" of tie work b the Department. Pro msa Osmade aeeonlaaCi1f1U1lorae wlI1cJa be tarnished Uta } eeTtD6DdoiMd tD & eDe add Oth. ereeu of Zf JrJ r' : . ct mar . : reian of taI u1eI. tile Or alrllioU as ta Jill tMP eDt' lII\ereaIII of. lll I IIOLUo Acting UBOfOSuA 10 . 11ICl01 LlGft aD4Depo DIUo = II41i ttlnllcte. subject ; the aaa condition. . will be no. ethstt IS oSee ii ocSoek us Tuesday lont4189i. ntdattm. uhepwlhl JwtU lbs p the lag sod vertex of the WtN viLi t Senile ll prz PUwdSfI bllll llUew. fla e d6UettM etanuKerlzlonc kn1nuCXket I1mJ eaa0e4l & = lima ; h daring I I nu JleID. 11117 Lien t r I reAl11DC & paIIoI lee' ' t' OIICI. prt lU1C creetw 10 the easte penocL sec. to mea : dc ; a . . lIP productIonS or manuisctnrel the dci . akT an to eoaditlcee < tnetuJ . PCH Uo 00000001OK ] . T1D 1VDJIeCt CaMe ianl. otiMrtaIOrT f . of ai..w.sl lqto'\ h OC ! tU : 1to1r L aDdotMr 1iAce. so be u N tbe' . II1tfLl1k . naclioM to bIddn 1rlU ! it = S . wl1ft tatormaUttnd win Jed aDr ct aU. DOtco.- 11dec55 sdvsoss to the Govermelet. ru a g FO LaU ts. k. from. all ifmintbe omanhua itisten. kntTUct I bondoe Blame will ye har4IO this IIwiilbelpue mzoftheeightdie. gn i1I uteiy Vi The laju. tryn VTHOEITT. aitt. In AIttI4 i diugotitsap. a haalingoer the salda s 1Iw rena u of re pcrtfiBjoene i wee r r o o X ague lind189O t cvet ths-orE. t fat- hu V. Iro andtleetstalt itwil-Itafitas itr brine into : sitd Truetth ub rlc W. Tz-&cr. eligibb which athIn this be 0 foth4 I rsTZXFLIN it- Xo jestlou noredecrn se ding rt O cite itla th4. bi uriecl that e 11 lieved bctharefiaau huproe4iW r reportofthe ThdOCU o boreporteof rq note not comprehe Mrk theoti so that Aid. McUiUenh U Deepalr. top iQus or tsLore. itluiesson Il harews cud all octteipaIrI ftv d eie tohidyua ugyonthete flhsTrtumpb. lLJnlieu VLMIdS is saidtobere0J wIfre bla atetlte. scrplan. idyrOin wr ad. omew lipnIet-aredec c sw'---- I T t i 4 4i L' i j I TB oHIo4GQ1TflIBiJNE MONDA A j I A JILOOKLYN MADKAPJIELDO1. SXT1XORS p1 ' a4 r ur Tb. o C aid orc tatbe partie1lydoudj with sowed slurbtfafl Ilineehoreernen. heecaiid1dite e Rantticepwhoe t going. b fl7 ra f the i3eadened itwi1 ake seernitoii1ght ash o. gethezwith pwoq4eufoIgwp Jecke .12t..3. Esccland..1i..Fitapatrick 1iO W Fairviev4ito. Dogastt .iOS..M. W..i Mctarthy I4ngstrast Morrow12 1 l5tolClarendon2Stoj Domo 1o FsirrlewloOtoleachth. 2:11 r- n weight-121 BaC IDd . oodaceountlng 511 orno whetherthe bad. Lbs S 41 I if reent runningup iT tLn IS" Dwy rs ewUtvenaalowzeile tode. a. urnurethatbewillainuIt run otbetters 1. ofMrEbretthatbewijlbcable tocarryoff e ju bim BUedat ZIP 8 5 3 a. i. 2 41. BusU 8-6 it it' l2-1..C1arendon..4 6-4 5-2 p i 15-1 i 6 itiI-i J 5 8-1 t-i ii I 15 45 he S. ne a. S s R nd 54 up tt. msetin the w I f springmeetiflzberlni i anor 4 5 fjl k fjr II- aUestarter. i S t ; It _ bat Glen stable. i 511840 . 6t T3Zg sl. v. kttIS lt3 W. 15550 IM7 S 1it atI. Rounds fl S an sbontougbt ronndaQneeuaberry l& nIj the f shod up I yoDKsJtELlY S I 6 Special. race ili . in it In . , Boardezan wb bc 5x I I. eeet it. ed to lea. onard. The oi ranid riiiig . o . ortant Segment of ' sad 15 1 soeed that h. Yonker at 1101 Cbai1I. Tentere. Toss. May l34S9eciaLCharli. John. . ooI IObnLSufljn \ it all pmbabjty tu fru doiiig business. the lIitweight pugilist. arrested Mo.1 tt Proce.dIng Ps. The Thebey. OttbflthePabatBrewey Pirm r 1. a14thsKDighdetoowf 1s to euterprIsig tuSh in. it runrnn Ithssalsobeendcjdedtosend onaf 11 Theboard sp- Owing whattodo. committeeail contractorswho theywul areuot alernionon Rem.- 7 A eek. underlullheadwsy fora oldwages. wealthy pavingcontractor agoWeboter & wan be forthem vJt Theourers givein. Dill ' 1& bythe . ante Iobe a. tb on in. basnos fully Is limpee lovefncomoarlauuwithwhlch thsuxtlsa ho n adons1ndIvidn. aCt vitI his th isamammoth nd . im U kinduptoGod. UVZRELY oServInjunc WyMay 1Rlport r- hoidznaroundrcfthei Salli ti5y WDt Lw Y . CbUW39h4tOQ I will I hima wilt. betas. the loee7wad tir ir. pmaivaaPa Tbe ttBordoZ Mci tanes was duM N. L Oa DaytoDeAver.- palscselsseleS leave Li tatiy so 7:10 the Aliml' IISSWVS4J1415Thi rssnadsasat U4151t THWgAHON A YROX I7Iw the Gr ends Seer. I- S West ZpdsIa b nj th thopretty tb Vbitth up mite wr asee left. C 4 22 200 i a 2 3 i- Dliss 0 0 1 1 0 scanlaalb 0 9 0 0. 0 I 5 00 0OLa35. i 0-0 I 0 v s. 0 0 0 0 1OAdaineC0084O TO.le--i Prankths2O000OO2O4 .0 rians-Prankhln. 2i I. Stolen O. DeJ7 tlurphy. Beset Mr. fllletrouiAdms S Cr. Pased ESds2. toLumpire safe-at reftisedlo Finaflythey y Cite Thc rei l W' Led. ft ' 4 0 Baker4b 1 1HinbOe2b 0 0 4 2 2 hiOlDdrfi OHrugns 0 i 131 ef.- 0 OIKInney. 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Bnrrupooo 9CamPCX114 ciir .3 0 0 00 0 0-0 0i0aba1 UJbs . siLkrei yT rbbIL flonlie. play- khtbckClio y4towa. ik 4 0.- she ery 300 B 1 0 3- 4 1 isrrollrt 1 4 I I 0pwmsse0 1 100 Campan. 1 1 0 0 eetlbi Q. u 0 1 1511 rL- O .0 a 00 McCisn o 3 8 2 9 lireIdgelb 0 014 0 tb e 2 bbsct fl tierrlno S a o Odrahamu0 0 3 2 0 1tephnspOOO20w5t5e1pO1 010 3 Co1umbos..1 0 00.3 oo o Wned ren.-coiunhus. base 2 aatORourke Walsh 8 lyltoitrke Ill lampan. MsrltZ First 2 Bwsrtzel May tw .St.- postpon iOWADEfl3 Zvansvliie sittd IILMay 1& on oO 1-0 8-8 Jacksonvule2 tO 0 0 0- 2- 0 0 4 stterle. nnor ltaffrt Qnlney. 1 run.- JsckaonvllleiL leeksonlIl. Jocns. 4. Wild 22s. f ProiLi lii. The b114 0 0 a 4 0 Miller and tOgas. rrnn rua.-Evaasvllle Morlanliy. run. S4Itockfiid balaand tame Rockiord..o-o.o os o i p Zerrelisute 00 0 5 0-0 0 U Terry. itocktord. o aauie3. Haute Ynsselbach. iwus 1 TI. r. 10. tl.AcIaL the oft The b4 etDona1daon Mckniht and Meitadj I eon g.-Donlan bBarntc the- r excftinggtriem. Orth scoreofStoo.- i kstnall budeAp crowi at Psrkyestsrday Pickwickaby was' H. pitcblngof OeiottheFjtneys Tbscor ivorie.3 iiI it JuniorsLdefeated Jnniongnd Uar : PitneyJoniore. Itasne.4..0. DIaluas ' Plan. Probabty everatte ded thein4 ' hail-and I. by CoLEillottP thatwhep in. reetand bamanlawahuujd the peoploto . iL IbeUnited BishopNlnde msdathespeech p thenicbinzteadofgoingsflertbe itee Sa Yet l&-Iitha AUeigbty exectedttrplaad not bt1t theganie . nothing itt 4istant but 1. esnkais Pi hAlf priced MS Wabash. WI SBETUD. TDIT1OijopJ NXS' T7RI. c o Pe. tat. flotttag in i und fr P1antlngImpoaslbl Is IsDite th I san west ' S a o. riu , 4o 4. heavyrainfail fr butjowisnde. doingwelj outlookforthecotton ar forseveraldays. Oseasee-Creps Otxx xo The charms plowing-done dictthatltwillbe tmpoealbletonaisaball The thehiichiganw seice- 2hdsunahihew " ih the sii wh.at-grsss np not eeriouslydamaged Tha ron thenTj inthat thisSeason. Above' Servicein withthe Mayl3ufoIlowsr the Wbeat farmworkrrded raln-liUia ednty-CondiUous Rainfall Wheat aliwnrk Sncbs. o Re-Page wellA000rU pisatodumutti plowingtodoyst doin is er cent Rainfall. Too blat frultuzilnjured. to S disc weather seeded. o Rainfall. County I Inches. disconi. I still wets dotngwefl Batnfsli La a1Ie andoate no beufloo .A. 42OeusalM. MoninCounty-Famm waite but ant heO rads1njurI. es i- Cou'ty..iCmc1.wet cloudiwesslist fsr mo45ottoi4sdeeyed bflood. oats. 4nd add heavy whlchre.- lards pistla Bl County been able to sn naabeensiopped RaIDfIIL30. * Couny donto ascrops Isrutwork e itaintaliLlO. high Rainfall Echlaiid County oornjilantlng ting weewheat except It the be weIloatspoor cornplanzed Too farinworki l' z51r pLsntedground toowet Wbcat vrcnniaing but Farmers i1tlons ThA ingSaturdsyMayl4lfl82 rlnyweather wbicbhas o LIP untilwaninth arp dot under water doinewelk t toldof expo zwxoi nzzszz.- 1 Tes. It bewequgoverninOnt no und r tate th ers Cblc go 4tOARo 5 fJrJPLD AU DVS TM DaSraf AFdmllyAff ir t forthe Pltasuretor NewLlfefortheO1dFofl.- i2ti ires' TEMPEIANIC- DRINK k famreqniu1t ofthhome eeat a a be prodtte soitwotherkind tsinstugood t1sfaIss Zommitaimakaagoo5 Rixee' icrl2 THRVcTot1 flskesthiPaos. p use. Ei 4 UflEi S ok oee Belli rd. 8OMOtRtrkM. o Lead1n InEurop Amer Is j s s1L lie r o on ci. so- SinceherMeetyscase esperateand it procerto Abe dlsscsaailyasposelbls i bisdeatbi wuy an more I II dcnibers aecnrst iereailed u The who seldom it dleeo 1st the arcong medics. ariorrsns. S. ReuA in sndperfectly th tan' C 1 a I open Jones. Prest IznpCn 0 . s1 S P n. B. iiiopea Pa. sfrsairs sni DUXEAM Supt. crssoeCaasiaCePs DZoPoa4x4 i Ste..mer-Mlehigsn-Nsv 51 tested desert.- Us 5 tnitofurnlinby two5uyod one for the U. 8 S. ificto- nor on secure l planesad the- bee- the be the b Erie. bedoes dtermjoe ofthe piping in. the ars the by sed are reqeesied reeeet- the in 0. things thebiddeewboodars the a the itO sack during berud th. shall become the b. t requltte whoes not be the the bevetrned to them. be successful be daysstter his C ins pen tweetydve thi his his will be * when aa Pa cute ee ekere by wbicIiVW ttelishiaa th ret Navy reserves right tO reject any Jedgesent the of the Government niT require. JAMES & SOLE Secretary of its ham stTstmX or Iparcbaslnz cns cites. Vnits. n47. 751 .I. Chicago. . May 14. seaisd psopoesis. in to usual Jane 14. be preeence wiss' . YIDeflnr Ii. 5lgaZ5timClj5Z5h5f5CsSI55VOCl4eswa5i halve. nockets nine Juice' milk canned oheines4 cusp suareb tobacco. smoking ane wheat. packed. 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