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THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1899.
KNOCKS OUT READY
dax cnncnov vo. his
Wnahlnston. Paj;iIIht Made a Credita
ble hiMviiiK- hut Wa. JNo Muti'Ii
for the Milfty AuHtrnllau
"Were to Go -. Ituundi.
NEW YORK, Oct. 17. At th Broa3ar Athletic
.-.t tonight Dan frwdon. of Australia, knocked -.m
lat Heady, cf WaFhtnctoa. in ilt? elKSth r-iund rf
uat as tj tiw bn a t -testy-five round bout, it
SjS jrfsum: Heady is tie a fairly creditable tliov-ins
but .. no matri for the shifty Antral -.1 ii
iall .sucrunibed to Dan's tuj-ericr cleveraos rre
tSja &f fat and slow on bis feet. bi1 l.ed?
Indeed to t- trained to the boor. When t'si -
railed th cam tcyettier ae-rral titnm witr.. ut
Ias4icc Ian finally nt his rlpfct to th body and
as thry flinched Ready tent In two short right ho. s
to the ja Dan led oS in th fecund .th l t
fcook t the h-ad that made Ready uer tut
-aise rijht tacV with the rltht arrosa Ijaa jd
After a Hath Reaiy lipped to the floor. Ilradv
r ashed in the third and swung, tut Dan a- "" -rer
i .'" drn then stepped in and u:i nsM i i
tne body nd left to the bead. Ready -ouster rd -...
left and rtcht tJ Dan's Jv and it locked f.-r ni
juent a II reedoa would be knocked -ut R'tt h-re-vered
qulrkly and ...th Ift to wind and leu and
nuht on the ja dropped Ready to the floir
Ijan walked to hi torner as if it uas at) awr. but
Rcaly an up at the count, and before I-an cuu.l
rn.n him th bell rang. Creedou tried the Uiy
u!S the rinht In the fourth, and Ready tlaged ..ail.
w.tti r-tth handa to the bead. Dan then swung left
t -he bfJ. and Ready countered on th Ai
ciher light on the Ja again dropped Read to th
Cnr. tut th bU rang before he ould be counted
Ready did will in the fifth, renin: Ming Dan right
t" the bodv with a heavy t-airfi on the Js.. I'reedun
..atinued to do th- f.rrinK. but Readi was shifty.
and finlthed the round strong.
Ready continued to improie In th .Uh. glrlc
Dan biov for blow until Oeedon iro-.i hlra with
the rijht and nt his. to the flocr. He -aa up at
tiif 'oun. and Dan cent It o.r again and Ready
JH1 on hi hark. He recalned his feet and sta.td
a for the n-ft f the round.
The focsht throuR'i the senth and ino;t of the
eighth with honor een. Jufi as the round aj
about to close Dan up.errut h!s right to the chin and
Ready went down and out.
I'l KTi:i.I, SCOHi: A KMirKOIT.
Stopped I1unn cedhaiu In tlie FHttt
LEADYXLI.1 TOL . Ott. 17. Two thousand people
4 Paddy FurieU knock out Danny Needham. cl tt.
r-ul, in one of the harden, battles crer fousht here.
For five rounds the men fought evenly. Purtell rusii
lne frequently, but belnc blocked by hi astasomM.
In the fifth round there was- a rotxup. and both ra-n
landed heaiily. but PurtMl. with a left en th neck.
had his man coins, and nifhed him vltb a terriilc
rig .t fnin in th Jaw. Needhaia was uaccn&ciou
for fuil a minute.
Be Strong in the
Battle of Lifer
Happy is the person thoroughly-prepared,
good health, to win life's
battle. This condition comes
only ivith absolutely pure
blood. Over 90 per cent, of
humanity are troubled ivith a
taint, impurity or humor of
some kind in the blood, which
should be removed by Hood's
Sarsaparilla, the best specific
for both sexes and all ages.
A Good Tonic "On general prji
ciples I have taken Hood's SarszpariHj. as
a. needed spring torJc. It is a rr.es!
excellent medicine." Hakcn Hammer,
Engineer, 'Potisicr&i. Pa.
Hood'3 Illls enrp ller Ills jhe nop Irritating nd
ml?" cathartic to tak with 1?ooq' Sarntnlla.
TAME BICYCLE RAGES
CYCLISTS MMK Til Kill rAKEWKI.L
AI-rEAIlA.Ci; I.AfT M(iHT.
I.nT.on Did ot Appear AVHU
i llotorejcle. and the Hent
Were Not I!eltiii: Track
AY1I1 lie Torn I'p To-tlaj.
Manager Jack Trince had more races is Conver-tiun
l.a.1 last n.Rht. but the afTiir was not a sRtttrt&s
suci-e. Sinte the nine-hour race between t!.e
i ujiuen ci.lita came to aa enJ. iatcreet in the sport
l;ai lagged, and the races dvertie-I far Ust nie,tit
choice, and. af'er taking it ea
li" reeli off t1'- rext three
Youpe was the hoi. e ii the J J" ,rr
bat he ua- not quite far ti'ouc . f
ai!t. thougli in tht third heat h"
in the P
the hA hor-
ed htm tlean
-.aBiiiiirent finish he
rt nc e and uun the
down the s-trpt'h. but
caught her on tht wire V
2 iZ class, trottine. pure SV"). Rf-ttlno won three
straight heau In 1 ;. Z ZV. Z.li (hirlie It .
Grace Lake. (Jolden Belle's Sister. Charmtca, Thclma
aLd Rapid also atarv-d.
2 li clas, paclCK. purte J2M, Henrv P. won the
s'cor.d, third ard f-iurth heat in H:. - Hli.
2 IS1. Strath Hell won the first hea: in 2 15U.
Olive Wood. Sir Arthur. Sam 11111 and Frank Knapp
2.20 class, trotting. Swift T.on three straight heati
in 2 17, 2 17U. 2 iH. Mattte Young. Miss Kt?
rianshy. MrLoughlin Ward. Nelly Gay. rarlo?. Kola.
Henna ARerton, Walter D. and Russell T. also
Ilarrlca. 110 (T- Buras.
Olt-ktna. hiO (Diiminick). t to 1. ttcond;
JefTrleH-Sharkey Fiht Itponed.
NEW YORK, Oct. 17. At a tneetin to-day of the
managers of Jim Jeffries and Turn Sharkey it was
nareed tt itpone the fight for one ue-k from the
date originally vl It will take place on Friday.
(.i-i not draw many spectator?. There were some
fairl Eoc-i races. lio'aeer. and Tillie Anderson male
v. atterrij.: to li,er her reord for one mile, which is
2 u 1-.", but the failed to ccmc within three aetunda
cf her record.
Th crowd was di'appolated when John Law son
foiled to appear with his motorcycle.. ummar":
Fir-t heat One mile tandem race between Ititncr
and Rrpin. and Plummer and White. Ijitner at.d
Repine won. time, 2 C- 2-i. The list half mile ftab
nalffii in y z.
In tzt tetond heat Plummer and While won by a
vhetl time. 2 12.
Final Litner and Repine won. At the sixth lap
Piumnit-r and White went ahad a, length, at th
t-nth lap Iaitner and Uepln made a wonderful burst
tf apted and won by three lengths.
li ! Glaw rnde a half mile a?iint time, maki.i?
thv di.tan e in 1W2-C. The lat quarter was ridden
in 0 J7 2-5.
In the fifteen mile race the women riders refund to
ride uh a handicap The first fce miles were rid
den in 14 12. Olson leading ten miles in 2S 2t.
Llsette ad.cs bv two leiiKth0. fifteen miles were
passed in 42 37. Anderson, Glaw. l!e:te. I'eteraoa,
Alien snd 01on finish. ce in the order named
After tn fifteen mile race T'.lli Andtrhon tried ta
lower her b"st irfoni.ance for cne mile, whuh i
2-0t 1-". made at Nashville. She rode the mile in
PRISON TWINE FACTORY.
Miionri May Follow tli- Cxnmple of
lvunsn in Ctnplo Ins Con
JEFFER&OX OTY. Ol-:. IT. i Special.)
In his furtlicom:r.s annual report Stte
Labor Cummiuiivr Hixry will reoommend
the establishment in the Mi.-?ouri puu
t'ntiary of a plant for the manufacture of
bir.Jins twine. The report says:
"As a feasible anil unobjectionable means
of minimizinp: the competition of c.mvict
labor with f"ee labor th usse-non Is- atl
vanced that Missouri's convicts could be
profitably employed in the manufacture 01
ciuin binding ttvin.-. not a pound of which
i now produced within this state. The
farmers of MISMUiri reuuire annu.Ulv over
li.iX1.i"J pounds of twine to bind tluir har
ests of srains and Kras.-e.-. upon almo-t
every pound of which they pay tribute
to Eastern trusts, and there is no losical
reason why this twine should not be man
ufactured at home. So Ions as the taxpay
ers of the tate mu?t maintajn adijuate
facilities tor tne restraint an.i sustenance
of convicted criminals, why not utilize the
labor of Mir h criminals in a manner bene
ficial to every farmer In the s:..tc and at
lhi same time not detrimental to any
honest wae-earner or manufacturer?
"Thi- plan would not be an experiment.
The state of Minnesota i- sucees-fullv
utilizing the labor of it- convicts in the
manufacture of binding twine, and so sat
isfactory has the innovation proven u:t-r
several years of careful trial that the
state authorities of Kansas are now in
stalling within its penitentiary a similar
"Minnesota began making twine in prison
live years ajro with a SM.imi equipment
and they now have a plant valued at tC.
O'l and can produce about S.OX.HiO pounds
"The l.ibur neeessar. to manufacture the
amount of twine annuallv hiiimiiimI bv
the farmers of Missouri would probablv re
quire the ervice ot 4"o convicts, wh
AMONG THE RAILROADS
PKODl'CK KXCHANCK CUNSI'llES TUB
Ke ieT of the Mtuiitlon Mas
liiT im Friday AiKhtTlme
the flutter to He Arbitrated
Aeed of n Mediator.
IWKI.EY THE IIICII MAS.
to Vin in the
MorrK I'nrk Itneet.
NRW YORK. Oct. 17 The DUIana. fur 2-year-oldR.
and th Sllrerbrouk Mlltng uake for 2-year-f.Idc.
ere the fixtures at Morris park to-da. In the
fnrmr mlj three hordes itarted. with Rthclbert th
fa inte at 2 to , Rafiello wr-jnd choice at 7 to a
atft ai prlc about Hardy Pardee. A fe davh aso
lua-ll! beat Kthelbert a head, but the decision a
ie trd tt-d. RtbelM rt winning in an ea"y gal-,
J op afTirr ma Mac all his on running, in Vt.
'-.burs m the Ihtrbrook by half a length from
Onerk yueen, the favorite. Ailed -Loed th wav
to the dip by a comfonabl" margin, but stopped
badly After that th rare wts betwt-en the f.rt to.
T1ie drew awy from the f:-id and Unified named.
Klukr was third. Summaries
ir rare 7 furlongs: lllait fcotrh Plaid. 112
HufT to 1 and 7 t- S. won. liell" of Memphii. Ill
etlev. ! to Vi and 2 to Z, second, lianlon, S3
fWeisni. t to 1 and S to 1, third. Tim. 1:2s.
fie id jate C furlones. wIIIur. O'la. It( (O'Con
Jiori, to i and 1 to 2. on: Federali't. S3 fdomi.
16 to S and even, secor-d; Krwin. ltO Uenkimij, 4 to
1 and 7 to r.. third. Time. 1IIV
Third rare The Pllvrrbn.k. :Vj furlonr: sollln;.
Coburu. l7 (Fpenren. 4 to l and 7 to -". n, oaek
ju-n S3 (O't'onncr). 11 to 2 and 4 to Z, second;
Flute. S3 (U'lW.ni. io to 1 and 4 to 1, third. Time,
Fourth race Dlxiana; 1 mile. Kthelbcrt. 126
(Odnmi H to i and out. won: Raffaello 113 (Jen
kr,si. 7 to 5 and out. sttnl : HarJy Pardee, Itt;
(Rulimant. V to! and 1 t I, third. Time. l.'i?.
Fifth ra 1 mile. A. N. II . 113 lOTunnort. 3 t
2 and T.-n. won. Warrenton, 113 Bul!m..m, 13 to S
and een M-cond: Handcuff, 5S (Wilson), h to 1 and
I to 2. third Time. 1-4t.
Sixth race 1 1-16 mllei; Fellfnr. The Pride. VZ
0""onnon. 9 to S and 7 to 10. on: Rare Perfume.
303 4jenkliicf, Z to 2 anl ,ven, Fecond: Rancor. 103
(Slen-ert. 6 to I and 2 to 1, third. Tim. 1 47.
KNTRIKS FOR WKUNCSDAY.
First rare Fteeplwha. about 2 rcilc. The Bach
elor Governor Onw, l)r. Red. Ne-tur. 13. Mr.
Sttffel Troll. Hardy r.. 147; Reeky Rolfe. 13.
l'htiiidnre. ai Jteeieii,
well S!rk illlen, acruti hmc. George Labar.
rillCAGO. O t. 17. Weather clear, track heavy.
First race 44 furlongs.
3 to 1. won
Farrie. 110 (V. Wilson), thinl. Time. Q:w.
Second" race 1 mile. Man cf Honor. 102 (Roe. S
to 1. on. Th Ruth, lid T. lljrns, out, second;
Tekla. S2 (Mluaell). third. Time. l-7.
Third ratf 13 miles. Hoid-Fp. 32 (Waldo). l' to
I. won. Double Uummv Wi (Mitchell). 4 to 5. sec
ond; JLckanap:. 154 (W. Deia. third. Time. 2.4;-4.
Fount race 1 mil. Efct-ionase. 103 (Ccnle). 3 to
2. won. Hub Prather. IS (Fopgh 20 to l. tecona; i.u
kin. S7 (T Rurntt. third. Time. 1 4s1-.
Fifth race 6 furlongs. Montgomery. 101 IT. Barns),
S to 1. won. Hermcsj. 104 W. Dean), 2 to 1, second;
Verify. ltJ iWln&CcId). third. Time. 1:I7".
t:iith race 7 furlong-, lirown Vail. 100 (F. ilur
phyi. 20 to 1. won: Pat Garrett. 100 (W. Dean). 1 tJ
S, second. I'Mcr. 1W (Rose), third. Time, l:32i.
RNTRIUS FOR WEDNESDAY.
First race fc-1 mile. 2-year-olds: veiling. Mlcro
wope. 113; Orletta. MLle Maree. Supreme. Kitty C.
Tildy Ann. Saurn. Madine. Tildee, Emma M . 11j;
Irlfh Jewel. Garter. TuthlXl. Crane. 10S. Aloha II.
Kmraa R., Pink Jacket. Homer C. Davenport, Olltie.
La Carina. O'Dea. Kahler, 195.
Second race 1. mile. Jennie F.. Admetus. Roger
B . Galileo. Yubadam. Globe II . The Plutocrat, Tin
cn.fr. J. II. r . V0
Third rat-e 11-10 mile sellinp. Marrella Little
Alarm, in.-. Cecil. ItrU title S.. Violet Parsons. Chif-
ftn 104. La Prlncesa. .issie Chance. Mtie Vance.
Xal'.isa. I-ennp. Nonna Rita. Lahn. Tlicrcia H..
Cra M-. Aunt Rird. Djacy. Don't Up ilc. Rceler,
Fourth rare 1 mile. Volandies, 105; Tulla Fonso,
llonongah. 132: Merolcs. Canace. S3.
Fifth rce C furlcntts. 2-ar-oldi; EelUnc. Vo
iced. Ill: Brownie Anderson. 110. Lcmond. VjO,
Hood's Brigade. 10s; The Jlonk. 1US: Tom GUmore.
Felix Bard. 105. Han cf Honor. 104; Florinal II.. 103;
Frencm". 102. Nettie lt'zent, 100.
lxth ra-e I mil- and 2J yard. Imp. Mistral II..
Great Rend. 112. Astor. Ho&i, Ncn, Prettar. HugU
Pennr lntrguer. Fne ludy. 109. Latch Key. Teu
tcns."Sam Lazarjs, El . 1; Hlsbland Prime, 31 U
Farle again landed at the top of the list In the
rate on the Brunswick allej Ust night and he ls
sure to win In the npen tournament which will i loe
to-morrow night. Ban- has rolled a close second
every night and he seenn to be in his old-time form.
The firt matrh game of the &eaon will be rolled
at the Brunswick nxt Friday between the "Alley
Rats and the Exchange?. The following scores were
made last night:
strikes. Spares. Micse?. Totals.
The 4'aggrcs5ive" campaign" inaugurated fcy the
commercial Interests of Kana City aginit the Rur
Uaston sjttem has been indorsed by commercial and
manufacturing a.-oociatton of the city. The last to
pas resolutions censuring the Burlington for its
attitude toward Kansas City In reducing the pack
ing house differential from Omaha to th Southeast
was tlie Produce enlunge. which met yesterday and
pa??fd thf following relutton.
"Whereas. The Hurlingt'n route has made a rate
to other points dUcnminatir.jr against Kansas City,
and furthe declared its im?nttn to enfon said
rat, which will ncrk enouIv tu Ihe d.sadranta
of Kansas rity interest- be it
"Resulted. That the Produce -icharige of Kansas
Cit. F. S. A.. !aoucie raid Burllapton route for
di-rlmlnatlcg against our citv. and. further.
"ReuIfd. That our members be requested to di
continue their patronise to this line until such time
a said road Mull reaffirm U friendly relations to
the businej, irtteretw uf our cit
The campaisn was inaugurated b the transportation
bureau with the ion-nt if the central committee,
which i reprcsntatixp f all intref in Kansas
Fit. The action of the ceneral committee of the
transportation bureau m a tai tt understanding tht
.. . ! .1... 1. . .t J- .!
lauor wouiu tnti u iriimiy m eonipeu- the action would re.e the indorsement ot eery
UOll VUI 11 lilt ii "f i.iu ; ui tut Mine, iiiit
jinlpinff from the I'-ult .'icctrnplf.-hcil in
Minrtf-nta. the :-ldU- would not sufft-r.
riran-iaily. when enmparvd with th- pn--eni
pay and empIoment of hr convicts."
-FelllriK. 3 furlongi of Eclipse -our. I
Fparruw Wing. I'J7. Deceptive. Han- !
end fhan.e, TIjejRarrlstcr. 104; J. A. Grav, Wri. 1 ;-neral Arthur, lu&. Rocalbra. 103. SMvlong,
IVimtneer. 101. Brisk. y, Tanlfi. . lbFe 4iLee . Starling. 1C2,
TaWuret. S3; Top Note. Rerjulta. rhliVlroUK. liuf-
fu.n Ren Lodi. 2; Trn. 'j, Tjbee. S4. Veliet. 9i.
Third tact Tlie '-atleton. fc of Eclipse our-e.
telling. Iiangeroua Maid. It's: tJ'Read. M4. Fburen.
102 Smoke, l. Ellon Dal. Mai Hanlon, Vj, Ja
maica. Lotto Sheville. JuitKler. i'l.
Fourth race Withers mile Magic Light. Farma
tian Mr. Jertet, Hammotk. Waring. Miwionar.
Standing. 110: Sadduccee. Mnntanlc. The Bbb. Id
I nets 107. Radford, lfu. Mater Ture. 57.
llfth rare Withers mile. Ktlin. Trillo. loS; The
Roman. Clorlan, Ui; Blle cf Tro, JD3. Wait
Sixth race Handicap: 14 Withers lourw-. Femper
Kfi l-J Carneru. 123 Warrenton. III. Maid of Har
lem lt.t Duub Skater, i;, ?pur, W, Julius
Ceear. U'J 7
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct
TV4.athr rlr: trie k fair:
Firt rce s- mile: purfe; maiden Daniel, 58
I War.!. 10 to 1 won SlfltHie, 115 (E. Jones). 3
to 1. second; Alee, Hi (RuU). 2 to 1, third. Time.
Stcosd rare ruturlty coure. selling. MUlty. 103
Ouizt. 10 to I. won. Ilreldnw. 107 (E. Juaes). 6 to
1. t-i.ond: Gundara, Sn (J. Ward). 25 to 1, third.
Third rare 1 mile, felling. Faversham. IOC iRuiz..
een, won. WatofM. Sj (Johnson). 2." to 1, second;
Fonts. 107 (J Ward). 2 t" 1. third. Time. 1.44U.
Fourth rae ? mile: telling. Whit-nb. 17 (E.
Jonefe), 7 to 10. won. Kootenai. IfC (Coburn). 23 to 1.
second: t'ta Colorado. 17 (T. Walbh), 12 tu 1, third.
Fifth race K mile: puree Humidity. 107 (Thcrp-).
6 ta 1. won; Satt-uma. 112 E Junes t. 2 to 1. ecoad;
Morlnel, 1W (J. Ward). 6 to l. third, lime, i i-.
ENTRIES FOR WEDNESDAY.
First rare Fu:uritv course, selling. Sport MeAl
lister. 112. Lady Heloise. Shaanon-:te. Sif-rra Blamo.
ieneral Arthur, lw. Rypalbra. 1U-. sidcionc, i4;
Farley y 14 4 559
Baree 7 1" 4 504
C. Clark 5 13 2 434
Rucker S 1 7 451
Allen 7 11 3 421
Fredericks C y 10 404
Strikes. Spares. Misses. To a Is
C. Clark S 15 0 522
Rarse 5 13 2 500
Allen H 13 4
Fredericks II '
R-ker 3 12 6 413
Rucker 4 12 7 3C
Philadelphia 7, Ilrnnklyn I.
PIIILDEU'IIIA. Ort. IT. The champions of the
National Laeue and the Phillies to-day plaved ti.e
first or a wnes of tH cahibitlon games en the local
ground, the Quaker winnina. The home tiai
plaed a uultless fielding game and made its h.ta
when nteded. The w.ore:
R II E
RrookKn t 1 0 0 fl 0 3 04 0 3
Philadelphia 1 0 2 2 0 0 2 0 '7 12 0
Batteries Brooklyn. Huch"? and MrGuire. Phila
delphia. Bernhard and McFarland. Umpire Latham.
ALL AGAINSJ JESTER.
More Witnesses Con Jinn I're ious
Test! m it u y lutroilui'L'd hy the
Mnlo'i Attorney s.
PARIS. MO.. Oct. 17. ; Special.) The
state opened this morning' in the Alexan
der Jester trial with James SnWl the iirt
vitnss. He testilied that he lived near
Uoonville. Mo., in January, l-Tl; lhat he
sav." and talked to a. youn man who was
traveling with an oldrr man who hail a
buffalo ealf in his wagon; that he tried to
buy one of the yotinjr man's horses and his
watch and the young man would not sell
either, saving the waleh was a keepsake
in the family and Ik- was going to drive
the horse home to Illinois-. The next wit
ness wa the most sensational one the state
business asso Ution in Kansas Cay The Hay Deal
ers Association fallowed by declaring the action of
the Burhrgton unfir to Kaiab City. The board of
trade next took action and denounced the position ot
the Burlington and authorized its .ecrnary to -end
a circular letur tn .11 grain sihiprer alur-g Its line,
asking thtin to withdraw patronage from the Bar
lintou whenever pctsible.
The new directory of the Comtnen lal Iub met and
indorsed the campaign agalnbt the Burltnzton. Thi
was followeil by a commltt- Tt?itlng St. Joseph and
tl.e rnrchar.t3 of that i ity passcil renlutloti lndors
trg Kansas 'ltys action and pledging their up
port. Th Manufacturers' Association took specific
attion on Monday night, and were esterday followed
by th-- Produce exchange. The live stn. k interest
hare not taken any action as i body, but u I stated
that many of them have urged shippers to drive their
cattle to othr lines.
Many of the local business and traveling mtn--clult
have taken action Along the same lines a the
larger association'-, and tt would appear that all the
bodies in Kanan tlt hac taken u? ation
thouKh some mdirldu&N have decllr.M to be guide-1
by their association E.erTthing i- now In readings
for the ma- meetlnc on Fr!da nltht In the tun
inerclal Club aesembl room. The call wa Hsud bv
th Commen lal Club and eve-yon desiring to air
hi views will be given respectful audlem e.
Th matter has now reaehsd such a stace that
neither the Rurllrgtoa nor Kansas City can reie-ie
The Absolutely Pure
Made from Grape
Cream of .Tartan
Baldng powder made from alum and other
harsh, caustic acids are lower in price, but
inferior in work and injurious to ihe stomach.
ROYAL CAKING POWDER CO., NEW YORK.
part cf the stem of further anxiety, as its guaran
tees were far intert alone, not for the prlnilpal of
the bond? The refunding plan, if carried out w:ii
permit fie double-tracking of the Chicagy-rand
Trunk patt of the -tfUi a.nd put the roal ca a gvd
physical and aaamlal t-ai?.
has produced. The witness was William
Maxey. a negro. He te.-lllied that he IHed -with honor, and it t said that a very strong pre?-
near Middle GlOVe in the winter of lSil. J ure will be brnutj.t to bear to .ubnut the matter to
Sf.-ond raf C furlongs: purs-. Wilmeth,
Montallad. Merry Uo-r. Shellac. Etta II.. 101
Third rare 7 fur I orgs handirap; 2-year-olJs.
er Bullion. 111. B-thua. lu-. My psj. 102,
Fourth rae 1 mile selling. Fred .aror
Boad Burner. lt)2 Twinkle Twink. rharb Lebl.
f'astake. II. aa'.or. Irn Luit. 101. Julgf Wurford. &J.
han 11"-. Ba:iiter. SZ
Fifth rae- Futurity our. slling. NeRligence.
Littentn. IU. Beso,i- I. Lona Mane. PtS. Brj
hbj. Anchored. 101 February. 102: Iothian, S7.
Iv. C. A. C Jlousevnriniii(;.
The date for the formal opening of the -new club
rooms cf the Kamus Cty Athletic Club hi3 been
tied for 3 o'clock p. m . Mondav. October 30 T he
programme for tfc evening is to eonsin of an ex
hibition of boxing, wrciitling and fmcing by mem
bers of the gymnasium. A part of the evening is to
be devoted to music and dancing Two comni'tt-e.
one for each cf the programmes, are now ac.t!ely at
work arranging detail.
l'nol at UrtiiiftwIeL:.
Powers proved to be th- surprise of the preliminary
mat- he now being plaed at th- Brunswick billiard
hall. He defeated Daiis- la-t night by thirty points.
His position play wjs perfect. To-night Hahn and
McLaughlin will crw-3 cues at p. in. Last night's
Powers G 13 11 11 ? TA
Dals S 2 4 4 2-20
He was haullnc hogs on a sled and drove
up behind two wagons that were going in
the ame direction.
The hind wagon was tUd behind the
front oti' It was a very cold morning' and
ho thought maybe he could find some
whisky in the rear wagon. He raised the
curtain and looked in, -aw the body of a
man in the wagon partly covered with a
blanket, with tHV nead toward the rear of
the wagon. The face wo covered, but he
saw tho hair, which he dei-rrlbed as brown.
The arms wen stretched out, stiff. He
jumped hack from the wagon in super
stitious fwir. The witness said he saw
drops of blood on tlie snow a he drove
along, but upto-ed they came trom a
cut in one of the horse:-' feet. Further
on he met William Riley and both of
them saw a pool of blood in the snow.
When Riley arrived the man whipped up
his horses and drove into the Giddings
Captain Hugh Stewart testi'icd that he
saw the same pool of blood.
l'lifTs I'rom the I'Ipe.
CINCINNATI. Oct. 17 Mul lark had their flnt
rhanrv cf the meeting at Latonla it-da t I illy
Wtethch and May Jane were the oalt favorites that
cs. pi ore J flrst mane. The Star of Beth It hem won
th handirap at a mile and a sixteenth in a gallop.
Firat ra.e C furlonc. selling. Tkillr Wltthoff. &
rWefiit-rst. to 1, won. Hop 5cotb. I tilvemi. -t..
l. Viond; J. J. T.. S3 (Knighti. 7 tu 1, third.
Tune 1 is
Setur.d rar S furlong. Ma Jare. IM (Southardi.
S to ID won. Larkhpur. 17 Knight t. to l. second.
1 oigt.tl, 107 U. Morrlsoni, i tu 1. third. Time.
Third race 1 mile; s-lllng. ORiie 1L, 103 (South
ard' s t 0. won: Flop. H'C tCruwhun'ti. A to l. -end
linmoDetta, 1W (K'uhli). IS to 1. third. Time,
Fourth race Handicap; 1 I-1C miles. The Star of
lleihleht-ra. 10S (II. Wllwn). 6 io 1. wtn Allie Bell-.
3i" iKiihui , to 1. second. Monk Waman. 1W
i murtl Z to 1. third. Time. 133
riTh ra.e-- furlonir. Charlie O'Brien, lol (J.
II ir. 'i I to 1. won. Folent. 112 (iTXif hurst . Z to 1.
h -nd Woodtrtce, 18 (FrostK : tu 1, third. Time.
ENTB1ES FOll WEDNESDAY.
F.r-t race-Selling mile. Fis Vic. ArBne C,
ll.nd.-' rrrrani. Glad Hand. TiafcIf. OMra. Rtttfl.
SPuih-" Alpine Emily II.. Tu-No-Sr. Nancy Peltx.
Iw Malal- aim Ptanton. T
Sen. id -j-e ."u fiirloiigA. Fraxzle. Cavalcade. 57.
11. i hmeistrr. in7. i;u!ell n . Eughurst. Io Ntister.
h il. k Furbcr, Strathbn k. Wo-idtrW. Caiar.
14 I, dm Terke. 17. t..lv. 1W.
Tiitnl race selling 1 mile Frank McConnell. The
i. eci Jjind Ho, Ytuxuc Bell. 1. Br Withrxtw.
.uitef- Inna, Nam y Till. iw: Frettj ltole. U3.
A Tittle M . 10, Irrd Nerltle. Hand Ii . 0non. lwi.
IVank Vxtier. 1iC.
F- lirth ra-e--PeiIlnc: 1 mile. IVte Kitchen. Iv
itc Hungr Hill. HC. FrUMand. VC: Toi-ion. IN.
v.anliu-t Fppn, Mukt. li. Samlrel. Frewo, 107,
i 'e-drri,'re L . 110
Fifth rf " rnde A Ida Iluno. Sadie Herman.
I .aura fi O . l'tti Treubaltne. Queen Erie Nonli
un.trla. Brooch, LairT Zaiel. Ieu-, Mileape,
-!,, n. 110.
RHODE ISLAND' SACRED BIRD.
Mriiiict- n It liiy Seem. It In tin- I-Mhli
Ilnk If. Life In I'ruteoteil
Frr-tn ttf New York Pun.
While in Voluntown. near the Iihode
lKlunil stato Iir.c. recently, I was shown
:i larRe eliitiiji of forest tre. s just within
the bonier of "Utile Hlio'lj." which was
literally blackened with llsh hawks- nests.
The farmer who took me to the spot told
mo that the lish haul: or osiirey was a
mirxvil bird In that .state, and said lhat
Ithode Island alone of all the the New
Knslaiul states protected the life of this
majestically soaritiK rreature by law. .All
up and down tlie line between Connecticut
and Ithode Island ale to be seen the results
ir.itn this t.mteftiuii vouchsafed by our
iieishbur. uu our side of the lenee for
.in es :mil miles scarcely a nwi 01 mis
Kreat bird is to lie found, while in Ithode
island the nest" are within sm.li easy
reach of the ground that the wonder is
that the krs and youm; .ire preserved
from the itching palm ot the school boy
and from the predatory animals.
So far as known there is o.v one pair
of lish hawk resident in Soutl. u Connec
ticut. These haunt the lower w. -rrs of the
Thames river and Fisher's Island sound,
but their nest, instead of being mar by
their nshing grounds, as Is the case in
Ithode Island, is ten miles inland, and in
the top of one of the tallest trees in I'ine
swamp, in the town of I-edyard.
(In the other side of the Ithode Island
line these bhd have been protected so bins
th.-u thev aie about as tame as the stork
In Holland, ami they llap carelessly about
almost everywhere, outMde ol me
inetits Fioule to the manner born
think of touching them
mon spectacle to see
Hrnoklyn Drh liisr Iliifi-.
TW VOI1K. vt IT T! autumn m-iir.r Vrtn 1
In . ..f the ror'v Pl-Klns rluli. of l!r....klvn. !
.' prrf.t wrj'her a Ut trt-k arj . l.rc. t- ,
tt rti , Thr.r ran-. .T.- "i .h- rr 1 In t',- ; '.".
- . liar" TI anfl Cra.. 11. . '. a .v. fi"'-..-.
in .i.i Ih. flid l.'.t I'l"' ! M" II ' la'"'
..! -h . I. 'n
, . I , . e .i th,.
It is no uncom-
ix or eight of the
great nests at or.e iook over a. sini m
IL-ld and woodland.
The Voluntown farmer said in this con
nection: -yes. the llsh hawks are protected
over there, but there's nothing sentimental
about it The latter hold that the tis.it
hawk drives awav the hen hawk and simi
lar birds bv his rather cumbersome ap
P .ir.tn. This Is the iea?..n why the state
....w....i . eenern! statute iirolcctiiiit his life.
'.' "-;. . . iri.i... ;.,i i
Best Dining Car Service.
Qaly Depot In Chicago on the Efevaie! Loo?,
; hi i Hi-..iiv lmnosfu ui.un au
f. uM RUiitv of killing or illKturbinc
Kawks in any serious manner. This
;,, hn. hern infor.,l o mnjr uihl .1
i;h."I- l-laii. r would about as Minn think
..f -h-otirc one of hw prize xowis a vi
Kil. tip: a fi-h hawk. . i
Th. - i r.o jluuht lhat tho tish navk
irt" iith tht car taken of them. My i
f..N. n,n ..n tills" Mtlo of tho lino are
rar. i tr'uMl bv hn hawk, ami my
t -iglib.rr's fouls are not About all the
-:.tm.ip" ihe tish hawk tloep is to kill the
ire,- ho buiMs his nest on. He usually
vits an elm tree to bullil on. returning
tli -e ve-ir .ifter ear.
It N the tlu'erinp: of the hawks about
th" houN of i ut' fporcles In the sprlnjr.
ltMiklnc f'r food, lhat uivt the first knowl
edse th l.shermen have of the arrival of
th--" xalul food lish. Th- favor done
the rishcrmn bv the bird's timely warning
i- a considerable on. as it h.itvns the
getting of the llsh traps ready."
M I fortune of " ricl.
Frnn the A'lanta Fintitntlor
Jam has been quite unfortunate of
Ijt- -aid th poet's wife, gloomily.
Had .inoth'T pom li lined?"
N.t-Anisc ihai that Yu know, he has
a habit "t b.klMK at the e-!!!nK fr ln
sj..rati"n. at.d U-t nigh. jut as the in
pirattun am1, a ard of plastering fell
1 square on his head. knuLklng ail the m-
aplrat!on out of It;"
The fall raclnc: metlnc IU not opca
O., yMteruay. rain lnt-rf-rins
The Wwtport football team will mct the Medko
riiirurclcal caIIfe elvt;n on the fit-IJ at Thlrty
fuurth and Holme at 3 uilwk next Saturday.
The riniinnti hae to tl-etr credit the most rc
ncrkiable spurt of the geason. wianins twelve ftraitht
games Tney ere never prominent tor the pennant.
The Plttsbun; tatn iliU e-prcially well in the la't
two month. hen the men plalns na ol lr.;
'iKIur .-aliber. and better than one or two teatro
Jun ahead cf them.
"If Mrlart!and agrees to make lJ"l pounds rlnpside
I HI fleht him. a' Spike Sullixan. 'otierwie
let ntm look for raat.U-s tn the welterweiRht Ua-.
where lie really btkmga. I will never ie auy
v-f-ftht again '
Tom Oi;otrke. Sharkey's manacer. Is reportetl as
tOlriK that Sharkey uill be In the tins; on the nicht
uf ftober 27. as per aereemeut, an3 that If Jeffries
Is not there h will ha.e to pa the tZ.l'J1) called tor
m he arti' les of jsrimetit.
Paddy Purtell has -written to frfcn3 In this city
fletlrK that he U (n extellent condition and wetnh
!& pounds. He will meet Jimmy Iei-. at I'rlpiilv
t'reek November 13, and lll inet Georgw Gretn
(Younc t'orbettl tlie last of next month.
Thotna II. Finn, the well known doff fancier ol
Kan nil City. Kas.. des.irt to pit hN doi; Jeff, i
months old, acalt anv dos in Missouri or Kan1
of the sime jcc. He av he will be ready for
contet Aithtn a week's time, nd will fight for iZZ
to Sim or more.
I-mmelt Mellouy, the hxal boxer, returned 3et.r-
day from Joplin. Mo. where he won hi fight iron:
I'tte lirown. knocking him out in twentv &rconil
dtter the Rons bounded. Mellody wuu many nv
friends by hl (Inverness. The knockout blow a
right hook on the Jaw.
Old Jake Kllrain, who has been taken with th
flchtms fever again, and In wlieduletl to meet SU.s
D'Donnell befor; the Kureka Athletic riub of Haiti
more next Friday, ha ben trainin for a Ions lime.
and hf he ne,-r felt hitter ia hi life, and is con
fident of besting thr- Austrlun.
Kid IatEne says that Kid McPartland. the TNe
York welierwelRht. wa the earnest nidn he ever m-t
in the rl:.p. When M'Partland foushi Iiii;ne h
broke hi- hand In the third ruitnd. but refuied to
allow hi-i seconds to throw up the yponRe, and i--mained
in the ring to the conciuion of tlie twentieth
p-ter Maher Is anxious to take Jim Jeffrie place
and meet T-m -""harkej at Toney iUnd on Ot tober
27, nctwltli-t.indlnB the fa't that he i- matthed to
fiht Kid MtTov. The Irishman U not larkm; in
condition H- is takinc p'Xd care of himwlf. cno
Ir dulses in daily exeriF. All he wants to put faun
ta eJse. he &as. U about a fortnight of hard work.
Jack Hoot, mlddleweicht chamtlon of th- WV.-t.
has ancther ficht en lit hand--. He is matched to wi
twenty round with Alex CivRRainf "at b'an FramiMu
en November S for a parse of tl.vO, of which J1..VW
Till s to the winner and S3D0 to the loaer. t'.res
Kitns is well thought ot en the loait. and the Caliir r
r.la fporti are anxiou. to fee hltn perform again 1
the cle r Cfaicaoan. who ha ot late riftn to i-iuh
riomiueme in pugilistic tlrles.
The weights for the Foidbasi hlghweifiht handl(4p.
t, be run Thursday. CV tobr 1J. over the jan fnr-
loncfc of the Wither mile at Jlwris park, are as fI-
ir.T- n.x. IIS. ImIou. 121. Jean Hercau
Swiitmaj. 1-S Sanders. 131. Admiration. Ill Kim;
Ii.rleyrom. 1J0 haren:u. 1. alartlmw 129. Klh
trd J.. 123. Tenby. Ppirltaelle. US: Kennikinun
l.'T St i'loud. Ieintcr. 1-". Mu!;adlne. 4Vjurion,
' st. Callattne. L'AIouttte. 116 Kills-haacra
Hlueawav. iloiwtlla. Hurly Uurlv. 11" Filon d"')r.
riv b Niaht. Ume I-lpht. 114, Hria'iier. 112. Wui
Iie" Flan "onlg. The Scotchman. Lucky Uird. 11');
Iilalr Oneck Queen, Hon Ino. lys. Matanza. I'.:
ITecurMr. 10fi Dr. Eithbere. All Oold. Lady Lind
sey Ij. The Bbby. 103. General Mart '.ry, lw-.
Tamor. iff. Nanint. ? Claroba. ). Penaltits ac
crue from 6 p. m. of Tuesday. October 17.
With the day's iunuz of the Gal7itk (Eng O t--ber
mt-eting jefterdaf. the Squabble olt. ridden b.
J Reiff. ton"ihe Willow Nure-y to-da. Sloan f.:.
i -tiled "third with Uathinc Woman. Fourteen hort-"
rn The betun: was lrt to S acalnst the Squaoblo
colt and 7 to 1 aEilnt LUtbtne Woman. The Surrc
Nurery handicap wa win ! Mr. ColIys Gi M
Juc- Ixrd William IWe-forda Siloah. ridden by
-ilrn and A. Bailey's North Crawley, with HetfT up.
finished second and third repectlely. Fourteen
hc-re ran. The tnttins was 100 to 11 alnt Siljth
and 10 to 9 ogalnst N'orth brawler. Sloan was un
placed, on Sheppetr.n. in the rare for the Tield plat
Regeilv was the winner. Eight hc-.es ran. Th
bttine rgainst Sloan's mount was 7 to I. I.. Iteiff
on Aniersus. United Srtt in the Tharltwcod hand;
ap El ven hrrscc ran. The betting was 2 to 1
COUNTY CLERK ACCUSED ALSO.
("hurled "With "omplieil With 4ico.
W. AViley In Delraudin
.Meade Count j.
TOPEKA. Oct. IT t Special.) W. J.
Stag-r. the expert accountant who has been
frTOlnir over the roeonI-3 of ex-l"ounty Treas
urer GeorKC- V. Wiley, uf Aleade county,
returned here to-day. Wiley wa arrested
recently on the charge of embezzling $C.i'J
in county funds. Air. Stags says that a
.Mu I', IiusitiK: l'l
LEAVEXUOKTIl K.r?.. "Xt IT (spe, UM The
trarks of the Leavenworth i Kan?a City Electric
railroad hing between the Soldiers hem and 1-an-inti.
whi. h h tr-n knrwn - the Leavenworth i
Loading rcid. -re to te tnrn up and the connecting
ln.e located a hlf mile east, along the Kansas City.
Wwadotte &. North we-tern rallnud. This will prob
ably Ieie Landing out in the cold. The reaon cf
the change i- said to be the troabl- caused the line
- InjunLtion" about to be res.irtd f bv land owners
through whose property the pre ted line U to run.
The information rear from a reliable south, though
nt.t given out by the road managers, who are just
now absent in Chicago.
nfe for Tio Yran.
M-USIlMXTOW.". IA . Oit 17. It will be two
.ear beffrv th" low:. Central milro.il can be b
wirbetl by anv ot th larger system.-. a the meeting
of thr owners has paed and another will not be
held until that time." td J N. Ttttemore. arttnc
General m.inaer of the Iu,t Central. t--daT. There
ha ben llvelv bid ling en Central -tock bv both tt.e
Milwaukee and Ilurltnst-'n companies with the re
sult tl at tl.e -teck ba gone up and neither company
has been aMe to secu- iwnml. 1 think it will only
be a queti 'ii of time when the Vnt"al will be ab
sorbed by one ot the large stein-
HAD A DIVORCE ALREADY.
Mr. Virginia II. lartli arprli-d tl
Tiiid Tlmt Mic "Vi a. Muille
3Irs. Vtrsinia II. Martin, who is suin
Cliarlts II. Martin for divorce, was sur
jirbeil yostcnlay to tind out that he ha.l
already securevl a divorce from her. J:i
his answer filed in court yesterday lie set
out a copy of a decree granted to him by
tho circuit court at Spriustlied. JIo . la.;
May. This, of course, ended Mrs. Martin 3
arbitration. T'i plan of arMtratton tbat seem.' tno
iiictt popular t the appointment vi one representa
tive of the parklnc InJustrlej nf Kansas rity an-1
Omaha, an.1 thofe t.o 5.1e.t ms p-omtnent ratl
roa4 man, the three to form a board hoe eii.t
will he ace.pteil by brth Kanns ritr an.l the Bur
HnKton system AnJ that ihi- will be the outcome
there .lc-es not .em to be an' question of doubt.
Roth Kansas fity and the Barhnsttin are determine.!
in the matter, and for that reason ther- is all the
more neressitv for arbitration.
The ouuorae of probable arbitration U problemat
ical as to what woull le ronMere.l a suK. lent dif
ferential on the parkin house butlness d'stlncl to
the Southeast, but with the board of arbitrator-
formed of two lnere.tfd and one dHinttre.ted parts.
a differential satiiiactorr to the majority would be
named, and then the fight would be t.r. The rail
roads generally would learn a Usson that Kansas
ritr has rea. h..l the end of its tether, and will here
after ficht for an equitable adjustment of the freight
rates in the territory In which. b h.r Geographical
position, she should be supreme, and that in future
her interests will be Jealouslv guarded
The territory to the south and southwest will soon
te iniaded by sharp competition, an.l in tnins to
teep others from entering the territory. Kansas Citv
ii doing Just what anv other business community
would do under the same circumstances and after
t:.ts war is over the railroads generally will hae
a more wholesome respett for Kansas rity. Uut te
time for arbitration is ripe, and there are other
matters, tnat will come up as soon as the pa.k!"K
house dlfT.i ultv Is disposed of. nsd it is probable
that the railroads will be more willing to recognize
the claims of the catewav to the Southwest.
The argument advan. ed bv well meaning people
that the differential on ra-'hing house shipments
should not be any greater than that on other prod
ucts is not tenable and shows lack of acquaintance
with the true situation In the relation of the ship
ping of Kansas rity and the '"rrltory It invades
There Is a demand for a mediator The Burlington
nor Kan-as rity will not m.ke any overtures. Who
will be the JIu.-.s?
I. outlier Hates to Advnner.
rilKWnO. Oct. IT A confercare hell l.e-e to
day at the offi.e of Chairman Kulton. of the Central
Freight Association, between tnfflc official- of th.
railroads from St. Ijguis anlOhio river point '.
Chicago and Milwaukee, resulted In an agreement to
make a general advance ot 1 cent per 1(W Duund.s on
lumber and all arti les taking lumber rates. The in
creased rate will go into effect November 1. It af
fects north bound lnmber traffic only, as the south
bound rates ar about to per cent higher than the
n. A- H. :. jifPtiiiK..
PKNVr.n. i"iI. o. r 17. -The annual meetings ot
the stockholders of the Penver Itlo Hrande Rail
way Compar. and of several connecting lines, were
held In this . itv to-dav Thev were purely formal,
no resolutions of public Interest being introduced
and the old beards of directo-s Wing re-elected Ths
stockholders of the Colorado Midland railway also
tnt to-daj and re-elected the oil directors.
warrant was issued yesterday lor tne ar
rest of K. I". iteiman. county clerk.
charged with complicity in the shortage.
and that it will lie served tins weeK u
It has not already been served. StsiRP
claims that the funds were taken through
a system of "compromising back taxes."
A case is given by him as an illustration,
l'enelope Harper, of Sterling, sent down to
Meade flio to pay the back taxes on a
piece of property. The records show, ac
cording to Stags, th..; '!!v "compro
mised'' the taxes for S-U pocketing 51-3.
Wiley h.i employed a bookkeeper to
go over the book- and prepare a state
ment. Ho savs lii accounts are absolutely
straight, an.l that the repot t -f his expert
will show it. 1!.- claims that Stage was
not in nt physii ul condition while he was
in Meade to make an examination.
Tito September Knrnln.;.
Colorado .Midland . . S
Denver .t- Uio Grande.
K W .v D. r
int. Crcat Northern.
K C. y. S. fc M
M.. K H T
Mo. I i- Iron Mt
Uio Grande Western ..
St. I.. A: S. e
St. L. Southwestern..
Texas A I'.ctQc
I S.;S?.W3 7.6J.5iJ S T.s3 1.417
HoIcU li tlie Cashier tif Den-jer'si Illc
test I'oolrotnii. (irttiiiK;
s;.IMHI In (nsli.
DESVER. C'OI. . Oct. IT. Austin's pool
room, the largest in the city, was robbed
of $!. early this morning by Robert .1.
Hoykin, an ex-policeman, who has been
for some time employed as special police
man at the club. The place has been closed
for some time, but Hoykin induced the
cashier to leturn to tne room, aim. huh
a revolver, compelled him to open the
safe. He took all the cnh. Including :&
In coin, and made his escape. Iloykin is a
dead shot and has already killed two men.
He served part of a term lit the pentten
ttarv tor killing a deputy sherilf who te
sistod while l.ojkln. then a policeman, was
Irving to arrest him. He w.is released
through action of th' supreme court.
Kerv elfort is being made to apprehend
the robber, but it 1.- not thought he will
be taken without a tight, and us lie is a
man ol remarkabb- n--re and a sure shot
it i- feared los ..f life will reiiilt.
JESSE JURY HUNG.
;.Iiui "WIiii luil KiUtor (.riilin :it M.irj-
. tilt.-. Mo., .llnst lie Tried
A en In.
MAI1YVII.T-K. M . Oct. 17. (Special.)
After b-lm-T out n.:in hours, during which
tim- tho mc-t feverish excitement prevail
ed, the jury in th trial of Colonel C. tJ.
Jesse for the UiUintT ol Htlitor rmnk llrlf
fm Ust April was hroucht into court :im!
discharge!. All s-"rts of rumors pr--vaild
a, to how the jur -toiJ. uut 11 is --fwraiiy
htUeVfd that tl.e disasre-nvnt w.is eau.-etl
bv the peculiar tniiiin- of th jU'lsT-"s in-siiuction-
which left no interrnedij.e pun
ishment between a very s-vere sentence
and acquittal. Clonel J.--s-.s attorneys
n-Ai-A ....ntMi.-nt of HMiuittal Jiml suv that.
ivhonM th r-ti.f1 insit upon another trial.
their client i
Sfptember l0i' 1S0S. 1R0T.
Alibdriu flreat So... 5 1T131 J 151. S-V J 140.0U
tVntral ot t;orpij ;.."n 4-S.2rt ;M'J
Thes. A. Ohm I.10S.34I l.2.t W7.24
I'm . N. O. &. Tex. P. 443.SK 4ly.tfl9 -"2T.143
GtOrKia 14J.1G 14l.:i 15.94T
K. ('.. Mem. H Hur,.. 12S.617 W.Z. Vfi 993
Loulsvill & Xah.... 2.317.92--. l.4).!iS l.4.iri
Mobile & Ohio 47.flI7 ':?t 34J 4-S
Nas.h.. That. & St. Ifc. S9.12 53S.-.C.9 4t 6-l
Norfolk & WeMera.... I.ll719 W.Z?) 1.02i.3'3
Southern Railway l.02.2
Memphis DIi.ioa C.W.3.) .437.0S 12 57.1
Totals J 5.734.G23 J S.;5t.022 J 7,al9.33t
September 15. 1"- 17
R. & O. S. V 5 t0..-,23 5 6S3U0 J 335. 10
r.. c. r. i. st. l..... i.3.S45 i.-.tr i.2j9m
!.. I.. II. t M 117.623
IVoria & Eastern lK,li 17i.7s5 lfi i3S
Gran-i Trunk vt fan.. 2.4is23 2.J-.I.11": l.?S 5
( hi. an.i ii. T 2S1.2
". . i". t 11. It 4.S41.7I -I.234.ftC 4.5W.2'
Wabath I.437.V37 1.2s.J9 1.2T2 '9
Totals Jll,16i971 J1D,05.371 J 9.3CJ.224
Tnerene Cnpitnl Stock.
LINCOLN". NEB.. Oct. 17 -Th Vnloa Pacific roa.l
to-.iajr filed a;n?iided niclM f Incorporation lth
the swfurv of Mate. incH-aslnc the aoital st.
?32.7ls.W. brincirc the total cp to 51?.17v7rt'. The
fr?e pai-1 the Mate is $3,277.
St-it eli Shu n ty Secri't.
The t'anatlian Panfic Railway Company ha placed
order? for thlrtv or forty neu lotornotivca with sev
eral of the leatllns Iototnct!c nanufacturer In the
Pnltcd States. Thl t-? the ftrst large order for h
motiTes that the Canadian Iailc has r laced uutiiJc
of Caoa'Ha Icr many sears.
K. II. Hushes has been appointM general con-
ractln? i-a-ncer acenr or thP Nftkel Plate road
Hith had.'!arter at Cticaco. Mr liujihes Is one f
the be-t knon railroad mm in th Wet. and 1
thoroughly familiar -with railroad a "airs tn Eastern
territory, throuch hU lonij connection lth th- ( I rand
Trunk road as p-neral rasen:er ai;?nt in the hican
trrttor He poes to the Nickel Plate particularly
aelt prepared in his department.
The flrst application of the tnechanlcl toker to a
loeoniotie ha been wade .n the f Iirpeakr t Ohio.
Th cnal is put into a hupper bv the fireman, thente
It fed down a yix-tnch i Under and a pl-ton tp
erate! by rteam t'iPB a "small harce nf oI. friim
four to "It pounds, thnmch an open i tie tn th Cnbcx
door. At tlie itawe time It is pread -nit evenly orer
the surface of the urates, from i.V tt -tde Th- sup
ply of steam and .ial tan be regulated for light or
Tlint Col4ireI ('oncre.-!.
To The Journal.
I nctUrri In a lat lsue of your paper an arti
hided oIfire-l Karmer Vrticr-vt ia which I b
ram sreatly iattrtel. The promulgator ct th
roovement have r-.t received the proper encourage
ment from their coadjutor. Messr?. t-astman. Green
and Archer are repre5entattve men of our race, and t
dais: that the -tp-. taken by them piiat in the rihr;
oirecticn and should meet with favor. Now to relv
ttiB irk. I am in fa. or of tho- gentlemen calllnc a
tsfetlnir for the expria pmpse of creaiins a fuao
to be deposited with Th- Journal or c:n other r
p.slble tstablihment. wtth whirh to seiure a. bail
nd dfrv all the current expenses necessary to hIl
a ei?aenuoa in Kansa rity.
I f hope that mv people will remember that tru
rid .avinj. "fritted ic ftand. dixide.1 e fan," and
inme to the ieUf of thce thres lovers of life, Ilh-e-ty
end ctwi ciernment We are now j 000 struatc
at the polb. and tan dpostt that maa dtJlars
I met a h!te man to-dav on the street who ?ld ta
rre- It is a i-nqer x m tnat yru rawrw peepi
cort't carrv ut that tonvention ycheme I mw mtn
tloned In Th Journal ome time a? Whr d v i
folks start to d a thine, that rseem to- me would
interest everv colored man in th I'man. and drop it
by the wayMd- and let it come to m-thin
I for one am Jtayj radv and willing to help mv
people t. ctrry out anythini; they s-Jce.t. and C
dnt we wh). In the enliKhtened times you a!l
d-'n't da tlw ame. tut you ont da it It simpl
can't bo tor the want of e-Iucation. You've been .
etjual tootinc with the white people tnr thirty G
5ea-. i far . sot-d n hoots are ronterned
Kansas City. Mo . CVt IS. J. A. rORTCR.
lie "Wants t? Knon.
To The Journal.
A property owner of SV'uth Park avenue would Ilka
to knew why the Mtrtpoliln Street Railway ini
pany is all-iwed to dli-vntinu- the runnioje of U-
cars on Tenth tret and Unwklyn aenue Thl
line has been abardoned for tome months on account
it claims, of era dim; Tenth street from Grand ave
nw to Lixu-t. The cradtr.g cf this t-eet ha- been
2ai5hed about a month. Since that time tt hs man-4a-i
to haul a few ntts ami diftnbete them along
the line. No petes cr wires hae been put up and
nothing else ha been J-me tt rumplete this line and
Clvc the people living u ht line the --ntre hr
jre entitled to. A winter 1 approji-hinR it ck
now as if the Metrvpolttan Street RailwT r impanr
will romf-'ete this ttne at their own eonv-nIeni e ir
respective of the publt at Ure. In bad weather It
t cuiEC to be hard M cet ovr t. the !r. je. t ave
nue line to get downtown. It Is time th. matter
was taken tn hand and iomethifi4 tv . 'Tiniiileil
before winter i-li tn. W DIFIIL
Kansas City. Xt. 1.
Mmill Plren Yenterilay.
10:1 a. tn.. 1132 ISaltimore avenue, rub
bish. 6:l p. tn.. ? Kast Eleventh street, four
stnrv brick: no lo: cau-e. tlefective tlu1
7:12 p. m.. lln Helvetlore. one story frame,
to."?!'-, caiue. unknown.
p m . l1""! OIie street: stable, no
Are nnllke nil titlter pll!4. Ko purc
Ir.K or pain. Act fcppclallv on the liver ami
bile. Carter's Little Liver Pills. One pill
boun.l to lie- frci'il.
SENTENCE RUDUCED 13 YEARS.
Covorniir Mi-rilienii t'liiiimiitrs Prison
'IVrni f Sirln(tli'lil Jinn I'roin
Kin''"'"" '" l"'' fiir..
JKFFERSuN" CITY. JIO.. Oct. IT. (Spe
cial. Governor Stephens to-day commuted
the sentence of William Walker, who was
fentenced at the March term. lsW. of the
criminal court of Greene county to eighteen
years m the penitentiary for burglary ami
larceny This sentence is reduced to tive
vears with benefit of three-fourths law.
The rommutat'.on whs urped by a number
of citizens of pprinalleld on tlie sr..t.n.l
excessive and undue scvern ..I uie
ishmc-nt for the c'lme committed.
THE JOURNAL 1QC A
U...I.1. of nrd for Ki IiIpium.
umi.INOTON. KAS.. ct. IT. (Special.
Dr . J liisiman. a leading druggist, and
r 'jj ' I'ndslev. ui tne Central house, were
arrested for -ellinc liuuor on complaints
sworn io bv G. A. Durliml. a horse doctor.
Hoth were ieleaeci on bond. It is thought
the reward of tnr evidence that will
convict was the cause of the arre-t. There
were dx counts in each case.-
PW Orlenii- DoineMic Trnscily.
NEW ORLK.VNS. Oct. IT -0?car Kvcr
hardt a musician, to-day shot his wife
through the head while she .-lept. He then
turned the weapon on himself. Kverhardt
is dving and nis wire is seriou.-iy aumwu.
Domestic infelicity is given as the cause of
tlie tragecl. Kverhardt was with Hoods
Immuncs iii Cuba
riirht Willi Mfiicnii ilmiilils.
NOGAl.ES. A. T. Oct. IT A sheriffs
posse has encountered Mexican bandit1- and
killed one and wounded another. American
and Mexican officers are now in pursuit of
tive others who escaped.
Holiert McCulln (Inllunny Ill-nil.
POI.l'MHIA. MO. Oct. IT (Special.)
Robert McCalla Galloway died here
to-dav. ais-ed SI ears Mr. Galloway was a
native of Sett oivmv. K . ami ame
to i Ins rnunn in ll'i Hi? wile, nee Miss
Jane M.c'rav.. n",d f..ur . hildren. ore of
n.-ii..tn u Professor B T Gallon a. ot the
...-.. i department of agriculture at Washington.
WEEK I survive him.
Hroki-rx lloscolt n, Itoail.
That there are coneJies in real life Is .x.rcprfiM
by the ticket brck.rs ot Chi. as. tiovccltlnK cine ..f
the bi5 railruad running out of Cl.iraco for the tin
pajatcnt of comrcissions on lickels; lianJIed. The
rallroals of the vcln.ly iltr are ot the eve of a ei.ii
palcn to leRl.lale the brcVers out of business, a'i'1
Just as the maci.incTv I- ai.it to be set in motion tl.r
brokers meet and cle. lare a bt.wott against one ol
the lines. It Is a cle 1'le.lly excel acti'.u and. v far
as ran be learn""!, it W the Ilrst Inatane- on record
where a transportation rmnpany has been plated on
the brokers black list for failiiK to pay.
Th. (art that the line eoncTne.i svas .Wans
throuch scalpers ecas tn open secret, but It has been
presumed that the middlemen had b-rn paid Ijt the.
bcrvl.es It appears that the boycott was Instituted
after the broker-, had trlei In ecerc cay to obtain
their acreed n niuneratlon The dealings cf the roaj
In question with the street men iovrs a period '
several months When the matter .as first taken n4
by the American Ticket BrolcerV Ass-vlatlon Hie
toad o.ed the hrtcers J3.0M Tt.. oa.ials of the
read refused to reccanize the claims, and the brekcr
threatened -nit. Then. It !- alleged, an attorne.
rrpre-ntirc the boycotted company came to clin-a
and effected a settlement by acre'iac to ray ;o r-1
cer.t of claim
This pnposjtlon. I! is said. as accepted, but ti.e
brokers blackllne.l their uneraterul friend, and r.i
refu-e to handle- itc tickets ex-ept such aa hae fceei
Several -rears a- one of the b:s roads runn.nc
ist from I'Mcas-o seas hrscnlted be brokers all oeer
the country f .r the efforts of iti oarers to drive the
brokers out ot bueme
Cnr Famine I. Hero.
If I nvcne-1 freltht car., i (nul.l rent them f.
.k. ...trn.ds at SI ter day and milcate Tns sia-e-
me-t was ma.'e by a pr.miuvnt traCe official ei-te--dav
when i!UissmK the .ar ramlue. As a matter of
f.ct the railrtid m.natiers are in a T-iandar? The
eanrot meet the demands of the shippers 'or . ar.
and set thev do not a-it to or-ler n-.ore The reason
why'thev Si not ar.t to make .or.trj.-t" r. for ne
equipment Is because prl.e.s are o hljh. 1 eeer.
by rayinc enh.nced prices thev cannot pet oars ;.-'
Feveral nontl... so tar behind are all the manu
facturers In the country Kith their o.-de-s
Instead ot abatlnz. the car famine is n. -easin;
.!! of the railroads rnnninB out of Kansas ivy hie
contracted to moc freight which would ail Iiundrc I
if more cars than they tan fumi-h Shippers of
grain are complaining that In order to .arrr bw-al
ip.i.h. the rsilroads are refustinc to carr cra.n
Tliere may be home foundation for th- complaint. J
!,,. h. nennnnt of train shlnne.1 durme the past
I'lrxt Adultcrntcil MllU. fuse Tried
lite Criminal Court lV.tiTdn
1' resit r valine Iliirmles!..
The first of the "adulterated milk cases"
was heard in the criminal court yesterday.
There was much abstruse testimony by
learned physicians ami experts on the
qualities of preservaline used to keep the
milk sweet. In attempting to show that
It was In no way deleterious, a stout, re-i-faced
German named William K. Schulze.
was Introduced in evidence.
He testitied that from Thursday of last
week until Sunday night, his muV diet had
been milk, with preseri, aline in It.
This testimony wa- given in tile case of
the preservaline company, of Chicago,
lined $ML' in police court. The testitnony
of Drs. Kulin and Freling ami Chemist
Mnchelle wa.- t the effect that it was not
The case was taken under advisement.
Tho infirmary of the Kansas Cltv Dental
College, corner of Tenth and Troost. is
open front a. tn. to '. p. m. All who art
unable to pay the usual fees for dentlstry
can have all operations perforniel for cost
A crowd ot negroes arrested at Third and
Itroadwfv for shooting craps, swept up 'l'
eteps of the Central police stati .n la-t
night like a colored regiment cliurgms ui
San Juan hill. They were all put into the
holdover to await their trial to-dav
They make one feel as though life was
worth living. Take one of Carter's Little
Liver Tills after eating: it will relieve dys
pepsia, aid digestion, give tone and visor
to the system.
Portland null 1'uKct omiil I. tne.
Onl Tl h".ii- X. other line docs If.
Tourist -e ;.. r- I'mraf . ais Tick- t office.
1'jCu Mam .-t Ti ! phone II"'
It you nre tired Inking the large old-fa-hioned
griping pills, try Carter's Littla
Iaver I'ills and take some comfort. A man
can't stand everything. One pill a dose.
I.ttiuorsi for Knnsns.
Shipped dailv In secure package by
GEORGE EYSSEI.U Druggist.
Opposite w-aitlnc room. Union depoL
Mitirtewt Line to Stilt latke.
Th" Union Pat ifie. of course hnur
nuicker lime. All the comforts of Home
Ticket ollke. Vjo Main st Telephone liuv.
CITV M:V.S IN PAUAfJItAPII's.
A dispatch from fans sacs that Em.le rton. ot
Tanama canal notoriety, has t-en pardoned.
Wallace W 1 T C. 1111 meet at Hm Madl on
avenu- Thur-day at I m P- m.. Instead of to- .ay
("amp No. too:. M.elern Voo.lnen ot Vtnen. a will
hold an important business nteetiru '.iit.it an.!
indulge tn smoker later
Th" II II Hickman who r-.-e . i to r l
seph Is not th- II II Il'.km-i i wh.. . a real en-at.
ac-nt in l'-' Arner.. an I...il bi.il.l.n
t- W H V.-rl i w i. . a- he. n '-ansferred fn.rt
t1 Tr i st At. in .. the ent-al Me--. elect ur tl.
S ..ch wlil l .a re. -p -r b ata new cub
ei.at.un this ev-u.i.K
For over 25 years I havo macto SYPHILITIC BLOOD
POISON and VENEREAL DISEASES my persistontantl
careful study, and I offer to go boforo any clinic or com
mittoo of physicians in Kansas City and domonstrato
my ability to euro SYPHILIS in 15 to 40 days to stay
curod forovor. Unliko some other physicians. I do not
claim or attompt to euro nil diseasos that afflict tho
human family, but confine my study and practice to
VENEREAL DISEASES AND SEXUAL WEAKNESS
OF MEN AND WOMEN.
Conorrliot-n. recently contracted, cured In 4 to o hours. Impoteney. Spernia.
torrlinrii imgn' l.isse-. Titrlrncelr and Stricture nre cured by the latest, most
scieutitK- and -til.tly up-to-date im thnds ard ! tl.e -h..r-est po-silIe time.
CKI'TAINI'. Of (IRE i- wh.it u wan ft-- tr- .tni-m -.heme's, eie. trie belti.
patent medn'lne- t,-.cr cu-e this eia-s of d! sea-. - if .. i have trted (hem ou know
the resutt I g .tr.intee . cure every case at pteil foi treatment unl GIVE A LE
G I. CONTR '"T IN' WRITING to puMeirs to hold f.-r m promises, and bank or
commer. inl r-f renres r.gardtng uiy I.n.mclal reap .nsib'Mtlei
Cons'! in..ti free. WRITl-:- Il-.me treatment U satiat .ctory and strictly confiden
COOPER MEDICAL CO., ?STi!ii'aih'St.het.
ten day? from Kensas city would Indicate thtt the
railroads are dolnr all in their power to meet th.
demand. That there Is a car famine the-e is .,
question, and some of the l:res have been . -m
pelled to sit idty by and see their .ompetltors ccr
eratn that wai eftere.1 thtm at tariff rates. Th" end
cannot b- ronjeetured and unless somthma: happens
within the nest week there will be somethtug drop
!. .- "" nTZT . ' Pi t. T-) T7'1 I
uon t oe a riupino;
GET IN LINE SCTTH
I"n or "PooIIn;?.
, zx ifr 4 JTi
At the annual rstctini; in Lcaim cl th :orIv1io. l
en at the GraaJ Trunk irtttia t trillst. -'
riarle Wiloa, di-vusslnE :Ji-j Jbjc of dr-.--r-t
and rie cuttiaK la the United Stits. .-.d
Tt? onH r-ir.--ij tnis to -"on.t in l-tsUt '
by the fiiirc.i of the Unit! Sttf VubtU --nt
ntr.t In th- l'nt:-1 State U trj-nalllna m U i '
a law tn permit ralla --omjvaaie to 1,1001 th.r
Cfpt af'-I tu ' tV:u Isal jMjr tj iaj'rii pwi
! (-ntra t- "
He-cir-i-t'e th ". 'ae Crand TranJc seitton f h-
svt-Ti Prt-si'ltit nan saM h ixflitrvcd ta first
STAVKul? u SS..S. m iw. S? cSS ' 5X5eKOCXXCK)OCKXX5COCOGXXJJ
imiED -saTes SUPPLY- CO
a ' Currte KcriSJL s t -e roA
U. S. Supply Co
Sol Owners of Coowxhtcd Brand.
112 West rifth - - Kansas Citv. V.o.