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TITti KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, TUKSDAY, .UNUAUY I, ISO.").
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KANSAS CITY, KANSAS.
A HAPPY NEW YEi
To AH My Patrons.
EUAIUII ITU Hooks and
nwlWIi I rl, Stationery,
54-G Minnesota Ave, Kansas city, kas.
is the lite ot trade.
to compete with
oil lamps, and urge
nil to test
our claim that
gns light is
cheaper, safer and
A 60 candle nouttr
La Kas light
costa less than j cent per hour.
Wyandotte Gas Co.,
I l-p, JIL'sI till Ml, 1)11.
A Tho Journal's Kansas City, fc
ii Kas., office is in tho main room
H of tho Chamber of Commerce
st building. Subscriptions taken k
11 and aclvertisomonts received.
Telephone 327. K
A FINANCIAL AGENT.
citv Titi:,si'isi:it rintDi'sovs plain
nut I'tnti.ic impiioviimdnis.
TO FORFEIT ITS FRANCHISES.
coukcii. itr.snt.vi's to hi.kin.v rim it
ON" Till: "I." KOAll.
Two Mm Claim They Wore Defrauded In
tho Pure h isc nf a Stock of Uoods
ChHl In Argcmine .i'M'nly
s-calded Uth( r In'ows.
Cltj- Treasurer J. "IV. rergitson, who has
,Ticn considerable thought to municipal
itfulrs during the pail ten soars, has a
rcw plan forstieet Improvement- ami bomt
1 iiies. In speaking about the inming -sos-u.
.1 of the legislature S'e.stctilus', hu said
'There ate nuns' ilefi'cts In 0111 present
r""i-m of street Impiovement. One ot the
...c, aotlceablo la that no money Is avull
rolo in pas" for the work until fiom two
' . fo'ir weeks after It Is completed. Con
t.tctora aic not, as a ltile, millionaires, and
j eve no futplus with whide to p ly debts
t'.u should lie paid bs the elt Thes ( 111
li.oy u loige numbei ot pool men, who need
thi'lr i.ii'ues fiom week to week, and In
order 10 be able to pay them thes' are
cjnpjl'd to ko to some b ink and assign
Uh-li contracts, and thus obtain mono) to
c i-iy 01 theli woik.
'1. is .sklent that this process costs the
(.ntrietur something, and this state of
-ifrlr las to be taken Into account when
no rids aie put In foi tho woik. Thus
the fi.'t cost of the work is mateilalls In-
iea.,ei! even If the bonds 1110 sold piompt
S ,111 1 the inoucs leads aftii the neeos
t:s amount of 'led tape' lias be, 11 gonu
'Jt Is nl'O e lilell t If the mono weie in
ie trcusms, .so th it it could be pild
promptly on the estimate of the city eii
gineei, theie would be 11 matulal icduc
tlon to tho piopert ovvnois. A law should
be flamed ueiitlng a fiscal agent for the
city, and all bonds issued by tile cits should
be for s ilu bs liim
"Tho law should piovidc for the issue
ot ftom $10,ihi 10 SJO.onO in bonds the pto
tifils of which should constitute a pei
mantnt fund, to be known by some speollio
name, sin h us 't'lo spiel il Imprint 1111 nt
sinking luncl.' Thes.- bunds hllullM bo I (
sued in denomliiailons ot '." or more, at the
option of the busei. mining 1 10111 thiec
to live stuis, and hearing Interest at l per
vent per annum, pis able auuualls, Willi
the usual Int. its-1 coupons attai I i-d.
"One Kieat advantage of hiving bonds
In Small denominations ami lor sale it
home Is that It v. Ill give 0111 own peopli
a chime to Invest their savings In ,1 way
that woulil be of mutual advantage to the
holdeis, the city and the community in
gdtteial Koi, Insiead ot Inteusl mones' be
ing sent I'.ist all the time, it the' bonds
weie told hue. as 1 bellee thes would be,
It woulil be paid out light here-, and 10 our
own people I belli 1 ihi would prove an
cxtiupely popuUi measure, and In a short
time our inilie bond Issue would be ui
soibed at home. Thai their Is plenty of
mones that tould be used lor that puipose
is evidenced bs the fait that time has
been mones' 0110111,11 lost lu bank falluies
dm Ins 1)10 last fom jeius 111 tin two Knn
pas Cl's's to pay all tin bonded Indebted
ness of this cits. If not of both eltle.
"The tlma lor the payment loi special
Improvements should bo reduced to at
least Ihe yonis. The bonds lot any wo.'k
done should be IsriumI as soon as posslhlf
after the 01k Is commented, and utioinl
for stle, and the pioeeeds used to l.eop the
special fund mentioned above up to the
"If at any time the city Is unable to s, 11
the bonds foi any spcial Impinvemeut,
lurlher Intpioveim 11U can be abandoned
until the bonds can bit sold, or the bonds
tun be Issued diiect to the contractors, us
may bo done now.
'"Ihe plan should bo to sell tho bonds
nt liar iiml piefeieiK'o bo Btven to home
misers, and If Um condition uf the mone'y
market Juatlllid, the tits should have power
to malo the rate less than li per lent, the
object helm,' to have a bond that could bo
sold at p ir, A bond of small amount 1011I1I
be passed trom 0110 to another In the paj
nieut of debts, and thus be inula a very
Rood substitute lor money. I think It
-noulil bo even better than moni-y, for It
woulil be btiomlnt,' more valuable all tho
time, and hu ileal or the tliun oamu for tlitf
payment of tho semi- inniial Inleiest, the
innm annlous people vould be to havo It.
'and the lucky person who has possesi-lon ot
It at the pioptr time would clip cut the In
terest eoupoii, Ket It cashed mill semi the
band on lis way lejolcluc, to HK.tlu coil
lliiue like tho bus bee, becoming swtetir
and svvcitei, until ut the il-e ot tho next
six months some other lucky peisou de
piivcrt It of Its honey (luteteot), and asalu
tent It fefrth."
It. II, Wilson Kclcucd.
It, II Wilson leturneil Sunday from Ola.
the, where" he was tuken J'ddty by Deputs
rihrlit It. tl, Itoss, 10 be held 011 suspicion
at the kllllus of u man in Alabama, lie
was not tho man wanted nml was lele.ised.
ilr. Wilson said to a Journal lepoi'er last
ovenlni! that ho left no mlp 111 fi.iinelt
and that he ntvei had 11ns such letters us
the olllceis kt.ued In his possctslun. He
tuss also that he was never maul U mid
that ho nevei llveil ut Jopllu. He was ut
(iurnctt l November, but only remained
Highest of all in Leavening Power, Latest U, S. Gov't Heport
'li ri en 1 i It 1 1 1 hA pn I the
lion id bill ml thai I ill'l not In at tin
t tvn 11 wi m hli 1 ill llarm-lt
I- torp I ill til h ,1 1 hol I 011 I s,l
If rttij bodv w if s to li nil 1 about the mat
' r li 1 n wr.ic to t iat pl.i
CI I V fill M II. .MCI. I IMI,
Iti solution I'rotlilliu; fur I'm fi'lllni; lie.
valid lined 1 rimhWes Aduptt it.
The 1'lftli ward dnleRnllon vvns iik.iIii
toiispleuous ut the council mectlnit last
lilBht The deleKiitloti wan there for the
titiipose of -ilrlmt another ki lev mice iiK.unvt
the Kansas City elevated ro.ld. A docu
tni'iit wis pri'stntetl, whhh was rlitned
hlelly bv rifth ward e Ill-tens. ('. 11. lilies
and pevi nil aldermen took a prominent
part in the iteiiuiuJatloti of the elrvntcd
s.vsletn and rteclated that the clllzens
would defeat any proposition to vote
bun I' foi httlldlntc n now lirldKe1 In lonnec
tlon with the railroads The document Is
In the rorm of n re'solutlon and was In
troduced by Atdirmnti llntm. It leids as
"Wheieas, Tho Metropolitan Street Hall
was' Compans has asriuned the mun.ii'o
meiit of the Kans is city luevaled Com
p.inj and Is op, rutliiK the same In 1111 In
different and unntsfactors nitnnei re
itardles of the Interests of the cllv or
'he patrons ot the road. In that It refuses
to eomply with Its franchise In every
"I'heiefore, we, citizens of Kansss City
and patterns of said road, lespeetfulls pe
tition the honorable masor and council ot
said lt to illti'ot anil Instruct the
leijjl department of the city to inimidlale
Is instltuto propel proucdlnKS to annul
and rot felt Ihe fram hlse of said ro id to
the end that the cits and stiee.ts thereof
may no longer be oceupled and Incum
bered with the trucks or sold load; that
othet companies m iv be m anted iltchts
to be eseiclsed 111 the Intel est of the pub
lic and on terms moie advantageous to
the city. In view of the fact that 11 ftreat
leiiKth ot time mas el ipse before llti.il de
termination of the proposed proceedlmts
In which the IcrmI department of the city
mnv bo chanced, wo would ask that as
sistant counsel be etnploved nt the out
set, without cost to the citv, the sim to
be des;nitd and employed bv the pott
Doners, with suih nuthoiitv as will render
effeetual suih emplos ineiit. All of this
we lespeetfullv iisk in the Interest of
(tood kovoi mm nt and simple Justice to a
tolerant public that has lor mans 5 1 irs
induied the 1 ondltlons with the hope that
time would witness better service and bot
tei treatmint. all 01 v hleh has fallid, uud
we bellcv the luti rests of the cllv tan
ulone be piotected bs such procee dlnss
as herein prayed for.
"It it n solved, that the pieiyor of tho
petition heiilo rutin lied be and the sam
Is In lebv- Krautiil and the 1ck.iI department
Is hcrebv authoild and lnstiucted to In
stitute at onto proper k'Kal pio.eedlncs
iiKdlnst the Kansas Cits r.Ievuted Hall
w. iv Company and Its lenses to iniiul and
forfeit its fi.inehlses and all riwhts unit
prlvlleces tbereiindii. That such assistant
counsel in is be letilncd and Is herebs le
talnisl and eni)Ioved as ma!' be ileslirnnted
bv the petitioners heieln leferred to, pto
v tiled, however, that the consideration
foi such omplovment and the oomponsu
tlo'i llieiefor shall be such onlv as 111 iv
be ictelved from said petitioners mid Die
elty Is to be hold haimkss and fiee fiom
am liability for such compensation "
The lc-olutlon was adopted bv i ns'es
to J navs Aldernun lltimmond, Divldson,
Tlunn, rer'iton. Tiower and Widener
voted ave Countllmen .Sullivan mid
he lei voted ucalnst It.
The Kwui7schlld .V Hulherh2r compans
was ri. intcd the rlKht to build and main
tain a tunnel under (isace avenue, between
Auams and fSilnl streets. The tunnel will
be lat ire erjiuirh to admit the p.issaire ot
a man, and will be used for the purpose of
puttlnft in .sh.irilni,- and steam pipes from
the new ciifrlne house to the old plant
The piesent power loom in the old plant
Is Inideejuate and the new power loom
will be (Oiniulled to furnish the nowii lu
a portion or the old plant, lis" the tonus
of the oidinaiiee the company Is held liable
to the city foi any (lain.ice that may ac
crue from aus accident lauded bs leason
of the tunnel Councilman Davidson stated
that at least twenty-live mi n would be
j-Ivpii woik In lonsiiu-tlns the tunnel.
The claim of V. is (ilbson foi Sl.umi. for
p"isonil Injuries, was, upon the lecom
mendntlon of the les il deputtment, re
jected A tonimiiiiliM'lon from II ,1 llcCarts',
111.1n1iL.er 01 the Metiopolltun Btiiot Itull
vvav Compinj leirirdlmr ihe m tlon of the
eompanv. In the matte 1 of 1-mliiK trans
His at the Central ivenue luidire. ns pub
lished ill the Journal, was niched mid
The Wsandatte tins Compimv submitted
a list of Its llsthts . which will be mined
out on January 1 'Ihe eomp.ins will u
iluee the number ot Its light from lifts -two
to thirtv ...
Aldci-nuni 1'crsTitson Intiodttced a resolu
tion loqucstlm; the chief of pollio to .sta
tion a special policeman on the Centril
avenue brlilK" and all est all men dilvliiK
acioss the unsnfo slriieture fuaer than 11
walk Tl was amended so o- to Inelude
tin Junes street bildvro ind then adoptid
Aldeiinan Ilauimoud made a motion In-strmtliif,-
Die illy tiiKlncer to piepue
plans and tvstlm.ito ihe ptobible eost of a
i,u..i l.ri.iir,, ultli stone oieis. auoss th
Kansas llvet. at Central avenue It was
siloplid Vhe l'lisideut llute lllllRS. of tin
Tiactlon runipnuy, was juosent and stolid
'that unless sonicthlns detlnlle was dom
this compinv would ui-k tile 1 US' for the
light 10 build Its own strut tin c.
A lone; pennon was pie-., un--i nn, h.
eounill not to dlsiontlnue t lie 1,-isolinc
limps In the ouilsinK dlstilcts.
DON'T I.IKi: TDI'.llt DMIDAIV.
s. A. Ililllit mid Ti A. (Jri oilman ( l.ilm
'I hey Wi to Hi fiaudiil.
1 In the dlstilet court yesterdtv S. A
' llalllet mid T A (Iteeiiman llltd suit
lauiiliist Moirls l.a.uvlc for ?7,l dain
ukos. They also uskesl fot the appoint
ment of a receive! lor ,1 Keuei.il nicichan
1 disc stoic at No. 31 Crntial avenue. This
!o,,n u ihe nuit'iovvth ot a business tl.llls-
in tion Aecordlns to their petition Ihe
pl.iintllfs owned a farm III Continl Kansas
and ihiv also had some mones. 'I hev
wanted to ko Into the uieieantllu business
and stunk up a undo with I,.i..uvlc,
itlvlntt lilm a wuumity deed to their win
and some inone.v loi his stock of Roods.
Thiy Hill owe him $-M'Ji) and they Kiive
their note Tor the amount, which fulls due
.1.11111111 s' 1- .,,,.,. , ,
Thes ealil tint the defend Hit definuded
tin m III a shameful m.innei He UKreed
to sell them Ihe sunk at wholesale pileis,
lie valued the slock at S,tMi Since- then
they have dli-covireil that he i.ilsnl Die
eost ni.uk on Ihe woods mid that the en
tire stoik Is not worth ovir DM They
allege that l.aaivlc Is about to thiow
their cleiks out and lake possession ot
the stock uKaln, and they claim to have
been daimiKC'l to the extent named above.
They also statu that unless a ucelvir Is
apiKiluted at him tiny will lose their In
vestment III tho stoik.
Ileal llstiilii Timisfersi
Urn I estate transfers lllctl December 21,
furnished by W. Thomson ,v Co., ubuinict
eis of tliU. Columbia 1)111111111!?, turner of
.Sixth and .Minnesota aw tine. Kansas C'ltj,
Kus, Telephone 1.1 II !
H. C. Itclthi'iuker to C, Jl. llovvaul: land
In election 31. township in. lunge ;.',, JlJ.rjsj.
C Swut.ell ct al to H. II. Dell; laud ll)
section J'l. tonnshln 11, iiiiiko si, ,:'iW,
C Sw itzell et ul to D. O'l'.uy; 1 mil 111
section 'SI. tovviishlp 11, ian;:e si, Ji,-'t.
A, A Duiker to T. J. JlaiUer: Und In
set lion 31. township 10, luutiu 'it, &&).
I, F. Harils to A. U. l'p t lots J, 2, 3
and 1. block J, Forest urov is, ti M.
J, II Walker lo J. (.', I.e.pi lot .'1. block
17. .Mulvuue'd nddltlon, ll.luu.
flio Kansas Town Company to Sirs, 11.
'I ll rttie'5 n I ll-
.1 H I'.irrrttt .vesterilns lllnl "till wllh
the disirlet clerk ditulnm th" ilrenoiy Urn
en Cortipniiy In rrplevlti a stock of
trroi er'es formerly owneel bv P H. Curt
vvrlclit nl Truth treet atul Minnesota
iiveinii I'trnitt had n ttmtloi morlRiiite
mi the strtck and the Roodi" wore uttiub"!
I Die Ureffnij tttoeers Ciunpaiiv Hherirt
IVteison fold them t public ,ie u tow
dnv at'o und the compmiv Imnnht thorn
fur ir. .Vow Mr, I'aiiolt claims that his
liinrtiiKo vv,l in prior lion on the stock
and ho either wmits invKnw'on ot It or
his money which In) adVMtieed to C.irt
Din tod Dtltiors.
A I n tiirulir meetlnic of the Knl-rlil of
Columbia the frtllowliin; nlllcors were elect
fl 'V.r lh, eiistilntt term' Past cnminniider,
v Hlmons, itimnmnder. T c )tuoll.
M i oimnundor. lleorgo V, Chert, lieu
tinint eotiitniindnr, IM Schmidt, iniip-hul.
,! llermaiipou, tocoriler, ,I I'lnlniiicli,
tri-iurei l. VIIon; rtnnilnnl limrei,
rl ori V. I.nnphere; -timfd, II tlalston;
setitlii, I, Wlllhini Pontic: trustee, .1. Trout
tn in. tiKillenl eMimlners, J. II. Thompson
in 1 J V. TloutiitKti.
The Krtnns Cltj. Kns . Iinneh of the
Journal Is now located lu the tunln room
of tho Ch-inibor of Commerce hulldlm,,
Krouiid tloor, entr-tnee from Central or
l'ark avenues, nt the Jmir tlon of the Chel
sea I'nik IMeertor., Armourdale. (Iraliu
View and Kins is Cits. .Mo. brunches ot
the "1," i oul, and also terminus ot the
West Hide line, soon to be completed. Tel
I In nd In Vlurr.
The follow lug- couple wore licensed to
mirrs' by Probate Jmlne Monnh-in yester
day Names. Arc
Tiiii-lii Downey, Shawnee county H
Mary n.illey, .laikson county SI
John I'rolsley, U'.vanilotte coiintv in
Dily Davis, U'sanilotte county 19
Kuink It. Collin", Jackson eounlv Si
I.oulso Iloblnson, Jackson county 2$
Ki vlinl Vh etlugs.
Ml K. May ,laciulth. iliu noted V. C T.
P. evangelist, of Anietleus, Kus, has in.iele
arniligenients to hold n series of rovlvul
meetings at the People's Methodist Piotest
int rliiireli. The meetings will begin Sun
dav night Miss J.icipiltli Is a vi-iy ItiKi
etlng spe iker und her efforts In Die
ev imrcllstlc world have been viy success
ful. I'lre 111 It Itesldeiif r.
The lesldence of Martin Tonshe, nt
Wood street and J'.lvervlew avenue, was
damaged (H)bv Ure at 10 o'i lock last
evening. 'Ihe lire was taiibed by tho e
ploslon of a lamp
.iii-i'itopoi.fs, mis(;i:i,i, v.ny.
rittther Cooper was arrested jesterdas bv
Constable 'Illlory, ehaiged with stcallni;
loal fiom a .Msouil Paclilc ear. He was
iiluiM'il on ball of J7.V) mid will have his
enmlnatlou Jnnuars' f before Jiistlre
A uunibet of friends were vers' pleas
antlv entertalnesl last night at the ro"l
deiKO of Mi. Chnrles Itlouuiulst, No. l'til
North llalleik sttect. in honor of Ihe
eleventh anniversary of llulr wedding.
Wanted Itell.iblc canvassers with rec
ommendations. Apply to William Thom
son's nbstnet olllce, Columbia building,
corner Slsth and "Mlnnehoto. avenue.
The ladies of the Woman's ltepuhllcnn
Club will have an Informal reception to
morrow aftei noon at the resident e of Mrs
Pillule Keld-Slusser, No. S.' Ann avenue
The hour et for receiving will be betwem
,1 ami 4 o'clock.
Thoie will bo six candidates initialed by
Court llos'iil. No. ",9".i. Ancient Oulei
of l'oresteis of Ameilca, ut Its hall, Thli
loenth stieet and elevated miul. J.inuniy I.
An Installation of oillcei-s will also be held.
Invitations have been extcndid neighbor
ing lodges to .attend.
To lent Two nice four room houses and
one nice Mvon room house close to Union
Pacific mid Missouri Pucltle shops.
S N SIMPSON SON.
Clinniber of Commerce bitllillng.
Twin Citv lodge, A O. V. W , gave u ball
last night In L'nlon Club hall There were
nliout "-'CO couples pitsent and a most en
Jovable evening was spent. The crowd,
while n veiy huge one, was most soilul.
The pool people of this ells will be
given n tine New Year's dlnuii to-day al
Dmcioft's tabernacle Di. Ilancioft stated
vesterday that he had nicinted enough
good piovlslons to feed nil who will tome
1'lno watclicH and Jewelry. C. I. Lee.
The ladles of Mendliis chapter, O K. S ,
will -oil their quilt Wi dne-elay evening in
the banipii t loom of .Masonic lull.
The members ot the Nordens Vendei
Swedish Society gnve an entertainment at
the l'iftli Stie-et opera house lust evening
A large audience was piccnt and an ex
cellent time was had.
II lluvev, leeelver ot the Northrup
bank, tiled two moie suits against the
i mints to I t.cocr money on certificates
held bv the bank The cei tlllc.ites wue
1-siied foi the Impiovement of ro.uls under
the line ban road law.
A watch meeting was held last night In
the Cinti.il Chilstl.iu chinch. The pro
gramme was lnteiisttng.
Pl'lt-OX. VI, M!H.
ltcv IV II. Comer left list night for
Counill tliove, Kas, to spend a week with
Miss Minnie Spi.iRiia has returiiorl from
I, lnsliig, Kas., when sho spent tho holl
d is vx ltd lelatlves.
IM Kunilcgraber will leave this morning
foi St Joseph, Mo , to spend a few das
visiting his patents
Miss l.ou and Nellie Dader, of Piedmont,
Kas, ,ue th" Biu-t" or Mi. J. A. Wood
md tunillv, No 7""i Tioup avuiuo
Mis Hubiit llu.tir letuinid fiom T.ib
eitv. Mo win 1 1 she has been visiting
lib nils tluiiiia tin past i wo woks
s The Journal's Armourdalo of- R
flee is in Lienintsor's book store, K
vj No. 505 Kansas avonue. Sub-
H scriptions taken and advertise- h
0 ments recoived. R
A DM (H ItD.U.D.
A vvalih meeting was held list nlfclit at
the rvnlt.il M-'tlioillsl church, on South
JII11 slicot The ulleniliUiee was Jaigc
and tho servlies were Inteiistiug. The
pluriiiiiniuo tallied out was us lollows.
Sen-ion at S o'clock, Dpwoith licagin.
nieetitiK at 0 o'i loi k, sermon at 10 o'cloik,
piaser mid ennsei i.itlon service Doiu 11
to J.'. All picseut Joined lu singing the
old sou out and the now ) car In. 'ilio
ioviv.it nieetlliKS which have been In
piogli'ss ut the chinch for tho past vveolt
wilt continue all this vvtek. The luei lings
are being luRelS' atlendod and much In
tel est is being manifested.
J, I,, Hal nett bus gono to Novruhi, Mo
wheie he will siiend it few duss visiting
f I lends and I el itlves,
Waltet Nichols, Illicit Peterson and lieu
Ituckei have ictiiiiied fiom a shot t visit
at iiouner Springs, Kus.
.Mis. II. Whit" is seilously 111 at )ur
homo lu tin lb .lion block, on Kansas
Ml. and Mrs. lid Keins are lejolelng
over the iiiilvnl of a line baby gill at
their liiiuie, on Oi.igo avenue.
Tho tiro depiilini'lit was called out ses.
teiday illuming lu extinguish .1 small
blaze u ii "Joint" at Set und anil Kansas
II. T Hughes, of St. Joseph, 31o and
Aiiult Mctiarvlu, of Homier Hidings, Kas..
wue in tho ills seMenl.iy, the guests of
Court Uolilu Hood gave Its annual ball
last night at Mi 1,0.111 & .McAnans's hall,
'Ifth sliiet ntul Kansas avenue The
d ami match stalled nt 8 o'clock p, in
and tho dam lug was kept up until tho new
year was ushoied In. The atteudniii'e was
laige and the ball was a giuml success,
A Child "M'vriely Suilileil by railing Into u
'lull nt D"l Water lu Her Dome,
Thq l-seir-otd child of John I'lsher was
badly scalded 5"'terday moiiilug by falling
Into u tub of hot water lu her home. 1)1.
Holland was called mid dicsseil tho wounds
of the tnjuied child,
t'oiife ksrtl Ills Crime.
I'nlted States Deputy Mumhal John
Jones unlvccl In this fits' yesterday main,
lug from riaxter SmlnEs, Kus. lie came
here to Ret l.afo Steward, who Is vvunted
by the United States otllclals for stealing
a team ot horses fiom an Indian i eser va
tic u In the Iiidlan Territory, When Stew,
ard was turned over to the United States
deputy marshal he contested to the steal
ing with uhlcli he was charged.
Minnie Decker, the soung daughter of
M't ittv, lol II til.' k 1.
To' it, JE',73-1.
HE WIMi TAKE NO JJISKS.
Miriiilnr nf a Mi rch lilt t ho Mini eiirneil
Whit MiisMnoil tor Dim.
ttnllmsllon Ins boon described im Hn lu
rtiiitltU'to of a piimiiorcd stnnun h like
iliiinv iiiioiher sniiirt siivlng, this will nit
bom minis si" IiidlgesDon ulllli t stum i lis
that mo mil paiuorod, pnrlli uhiil" ti tho
n Inter, whin iHiipli- nittst lite I ileus,
nml unless they bo oty well lo-ili, , in
nol have the hiiiio Viilletv of fresh loud ns
Iti tho sttiKtrer and mituinii
"If iiiivboiiv Insists," said n miv mer
chniit, ''Dun ilvspeisn In Its nilvan oil
Htnitos l porrootly nimble. I will take his
word Personally, I run no il'ks As r mil
tin I foil a Konsn of weight In the -tnin ich
nftor a liii'D. I know thai inv blood Is
claw Unit when It should tun Willi i I i eod
Is n stimulant, i-nmellilliR In put tuv 1 mly
III such n genortil glow me follow htlk ox
Mint n man In mv cDinllllon run' I take
onotiRh nutdnor overclso liiiwlnlor. Th, in
tore. I fluhl th" llrst sign of stotnn, h trmi
hip with linrrv's Pnro Malt VIUk'V imr
falullv dmtni Jokes with mo iibout it nml
won that n long us I stick to this tieat
tueiit ho can never Imtn an ex, use for
sotullnrf me n, bill,"
Phvslelans are too Intelligent in blind
themselves to tnets. Thov li.lv o long
know n tho v line of nleohollc sttinulnut,
lint to get mi nlinollilHl) iiiite whisker
was ii toiiKli probleni until It was solved
bS DuuVs Pure Mult It Is not sold as ll
brvoiai'O. lull Its ihilm to pliblli "Upport
Is IwiSnl upon Its meilli liuil propeitles,
whli b ate iiossosKcd bs no othet vvhlskos
tiiailo It ,i fends from the tolisonui iicoh
of cold, wet and weariness
Druggists ami toeiis keep Duffs 's Pino
Malt WhlskoV on n lower shelf well In
fiont. The reason why Inust be plain to
ov M v bodr
Mr nnd Mrs William Decker, of Itubv
avenue, unite 'kiting yestoidiv, fell and
dislocated on nf her knee Joints. Dr. Mi -Clot
her attended her.
The follow lug Is the 11-st of ollloor.s elect
ed bv the ('ongrcKnilonal Sunday school
for the ensuing sour- cl A. Ta.vlor. supt-i-Intenilcnl,
Mis- l.lrrle Slminon. iistntil
suiierlnte'nlenl. Miss I.lylo Caubnrrti!i. see.
ret'iis, Miss Mary I.ong. trenuror: Only
Dennett, llbrariin; .Miss I!v.i Wlngert, oi
g.inlst I, C Deary mid wife, of Itosed.ile, have
boon visiting Mr. Geary's brother, C. T.
Deary ami family.
Mrs. It. Hnney will lenvo non for Tem
ple, Tex , to Join her husbind.
Mis lLirford Iiiih lotiiituil to her home
at nttavvi, Kas , after u short Mlt with her
sister. Mrs Divld Dosard, of Jluby tive
nne. Miss Ida llelnre has gone to Lawrence,
Kns , to visit f i lend-.
Walter Thompson, of Kansas Clls", Mo.,
has been In this city several duv., the
gust of Itlob'iid lionise.
Newton Phalp will teturn to-lav from
Ottawa, Kns., whole ho has beer receiving
treatment at the Sitita Pe hospital
Cleorge Nenlv was tried In police com t
veslerilns en u cluiige of abusing his wife.
He wa released on condition that he would
make no dlstui b nice In the future.
Tho Young People's societies of the Jlati
tlst. CongregiDon.il and Mcthollat ohuicli
es will hold a sunrise priver meeting this
morning at the Congiegalloti.il church.
A spc'l il New Vtar's scivice will bet held
it the (lei man Lutheran ihurch this cven
lni.. The C 1. Aid Society of the Chrlstlin
l'tilon ehmch will give a "candy pulling"
this evening In the llrown-Uclehert build
ing on Strong avonue.
Dugene Heishes' mid wife, ot Washing
ton, Ind are the guests of friends here
The Dood Will Society will hold an elec
tion of olllceis Thm-ilis afternoon nt the
residence of Mrs J. II Mar-he I.
Piofessor f! D. Hose, of the Kansas
Cits. K.ii- . high school, was calling on
fi lends here se-sterdas
H. O l.ochei, of Knnas Cits', Mo., was
visiting Ci A. T.ivloi sesteid.is.
Will van have lo pay an Income tax?
laonoiulse bs using Dr. Piiios Halting
A Prominent I ariiii r "-( i l.s Ilivorteoii (ho
liroiiiids of liiillgiilllei (IITered Dim
An luvoliiiitars Iblli.
A dlvoiie suit was tiled jcsteielay with
Deputy Ctieutt Clerk Henlej, in which llen
Janiln I'. Ludlam I- plaintiff, and asks ab
solute divorce Horn Sallle Liiilhun. Doth
pirtles aic apiiroacbln old age. Thes
wete mairled in IhS7 and lived oa the old
Jacob Powell plato east oC town. Ludlam
Is a prominent farmer and his wife was a
Mis. Williamson befoie her mmiliige to
him. The petition alleges that the wife
has offcicd philmltf unbeintble indignities.
"Waxs" McClanahan, the uib-ine elerk
of the cilmlu.il eotiit, tell Into a dti p spiing
of Ice cold walir Sund is while vvmiilng
his cow and look an Involuntms" viiuttr
bath. It was icpoitnl aiound town that he
had been eliovviuil. but his appe.innie at
court sestiidas moiniug lefuted the slots
This evenltM at h '" o'i lock Compans P
will mulct its membets and ex-inembeis a
lompHmcutms liaiuiui I at Die armors' hall.
A substantial menu has bet n aiianged ami
speit lies will In in iih bv those pnsent in
lesponso to mllltuiv tnists often il.
Th" Dine Splines lodc,e, Knights of Pyth
l.u, will hold a publli Installation of of
liiois and a b itiijuet al Din lodge hall this
ivenlng The Hi v. J 1' Hobeits. ttf Kan
sas Cits', and nth l speakers will be iires
enr. A delegation from the Independent e
lodge will also lonttihute lis Its piesenee
Miss Mvi.i Scott, ot 11 million, Mo, Is the
guest of Miss .Mais Woodson, ut her home
In this (Its.
o. p. Mi v.iiit Is home from a business
Hip to New Oilcans
II 1. Sherwood, wife and iliURhtir, left
Siindis morning for iholr home at St
Louis, ufici a pleiismt visit with lude
pendi nee i datives.
Win en Stone, of Chicago, spent Sunday
with Independent e tilt nils.
The Independence Whist Club has dis
banded and Its moms ,uo for nut The
niemlnrs will meet nt the private housis
hole, liter, but not as a club.
actual M. Ilohbs, ot JelTe l -on Cits', vv.is
Die guest of his nr-ci , .Mrs Dr Prod
Mi-s Ptinnle Hiulillesnn, nf Dm ill i. Neb,
is visiting the famtls of 11. Wll-on.
Slate Senatoi il A. Love left Sund iv for
Jiflerson City, lie v, i- in oniiianled b
William Cur, who expn ts to hohl an np
polutlvt ollb o in the simile.
Mi I! W. Mif'leais, who has been vis
iting he- sister, .Mis. C. It Thorn is, has ie
tuiuoil lo her hoine ,u Louisville, Kv.
Jusiln Pmin, aged S7. died at his home on
the liver load sesterdis nioiiiliik The
funeral will take place trom Die home this
atti moon at 3 o'clock.
The Sunday school nv option at the Plr-I
Prcshvti rlan ihuieh last evening was will
attended and thoioiighly enjosed by thoee
Chin lie Chapline enterl.ilnod his fi lends
at the homo of his p-innts, Mr. and Mis.
Schooling Chapline, Inst night. It vv,n a
dnuce for the Utile folks and tlflceti num.
ben on the piogi.iinmo were enjosed Vtfiy
iiiiuli, It being tho llrst d.inni for many of
"Doss" Miulln was tiled hefoto n Jmy
In Justice .Mlllird's couit jesterd is for
shouting iiaiis, and w is .u,pilttt,l. Maitin
Is on" of seven anested by tho elty mai
hli.U for tho sumo offense.
.t sii.i.v i:i'iti:ssiov.
Of tin .lllsappllod lu II illy Coiivrrsn-
Proni tho Cincinnati Commercial rtnntle
"Tint's funny." Hveisbotls'. eveiy hour,
ovciy inliuile, soiiu b.kls-lh it to sou,
Them aro pines whom It would be pioper,
but It Is ntvei iisesl In piopci placis oi
Miclv so. That Is iriie of most collo.
iliilallsins or AuieikmiUnis. Hut "that's
finme" seems In I,.. In ti.ii. in..... .1. ...
other inc.iiiluglpss expre-slon. A thousand
auu one luiisiiuiiouH 01 ims mtsm could
bo eltc'd and a thousand mid one iiiom
would follow. The talk quoted below
was oveihoaul lu u public pluie It le no
worse than nnny that one inlght hear It
0110 cared In llstin
"Hello, old man' How ute jou muhitig
"Not xeiy well. My Inislnes has gone
to tho dovll and 1 am beiomlng Involved,"
That'H tunny. How did u haiipen?"
"Well, I v.as bid. foi six mouths, mid
sou know how a fellow's business will
tun down when he Isn't on deck."
"That'll fiinuv, I should my 1 did know.
Wasn't I sick for over it year ami had to
shut nil my olllcu und go aw as". It's funny
huw those thliu's overtaket a man."
"IJien my llltlo glil died lu tho summer,
und Die loss of lur almost illstiaoted my
-That's, fiiiins'. I never heard of sour
"Well. I don't advertise! my nlllictlons
any more than 1 tan help. I suppose sou
heard of my brother's mlsfoi tne. His vvlfu
mid little ouo weie killed in u. talliuad ac
cident while he was waiting at tho rail
way station lor tl.elt icturn."
"It's funny 1 never heaul of that. No.
When did that happen'"
"St-c weeks ago. I um now on my way
to the house of . You knew him. I
Just got a message asking me lo uct as
i. .... ..,, ,1,. nalll.ajru.. lla ln.1 . ...,
uut? w ,...! i,iu, mi v. 4. ,to mvu OUM-
denly das befoie jesterday."
"It's funny I never heard of that"
And so on, anl so on, the thoughtless
NEWS FROM LEAYENWORTH.
tiii: i-iii,ii i! ii.md (oii't.p. dp
1'i.Ai'i.s mi itpii in ui:i:it.
Ili.ilplcs nf Nmk Malton tnlih Many I lh
Mllh I lie tllg ".lutiriiit" turrlors Issue
ii IIiiiiiIsiiiiio -null ulr-Pi rsuniil
Hi his nml vcu Nnti s
When Chler Crmislon attempted lo col'
Irel Die Usual J.I monthly lino of Ailum
Hlinrl nml llenrj Weiuri ostonliiy they
i-ofuseil to pus, w lion upon the ehlef sent
Iho putiol wii-toii with a eotps of ollleers
to "pull" the two phui-s. Chiiit vveuk
eneil mid paid up nt nine, but Uurui hold
ulil. The nHliels somelioil Die place nml
nel7il it MUniitlls or bier and whlsR, vvlllcli
tin v lirnii-ilit to Dm xliiDon Wernrr
nrtirwiirds paid uji mid promised lo slu no
Deal Dliitn I r.iiist rs.
The fnllovvllli: tliDllfem nf leil oslulc
nil1 lopeitteil bv tlenrgi- 11. Iljile, nli
Mini li r, i-ooni l ll)iin hullillnx, lol '."'J;
Tho MniiurnetiiretH' Dank lllillillll-c Cntu
P.ins t the Mi.tiurm tuicis Niillon.il bank;
lots 1 and s, block 7o, I.cuvi nworih cits
ptopi i. S.V1,"ini
Mats II. Johnson to J. W. Pogler; lol il,
block II. Dai's, f.M-iil
Piuma I. Doidoti to Minnie tl. Juggnrd;
southwest oiio-iimrter uf the niiithvvest
nno-rpniriir of section S7, township It',
I.II1RO S.', Jl.suo
Clutlos (1 Worrull to Marv Miller; lots
3 und .'I, bloik 1.1, I'liMou, 17M.
Theii weie SH7 nncsts iii.uk1 bs the po
lice last month
Chief I'rausloti will tout over 1 1.3x0 to the
rli DiMsiiui lo-d iv for tints collected
dining the month nt Dnemboi.
A Soling mill Impiltiil of tin1 police mut
ton for u night s lodging Sunday night.
Do wus will ilnssid and gave the mutt on
nil eli sunt gold wuleh and chilli to keep
tot him liming the night while he sli pi on
Die llnor und pal took of iion rale for
Vinton Stllllngs wont lo Knns.is City es
tcidav. Olders have been Issued to all Maple Leaf
coniluctois in collect excess on over-weight
baggage in inlli age detachment The ordei
go. s Into eftei t tn-d.i.v, much tu Die delight
nf comnii li lal men It Is said othet tiuiik
linos will -nun follow- the example The
(Ulon Is geiieiul ovil all I'astiin llm s.
I.eiivi iiwut th men of lelsiite an now
lulls visiting the vol lou Inkos and sloughs
on the oast h ink nf the Missouri, whole
thes e.itih Ilium use iiuamltles uf si in
all vallotiis wdglilng fiom one to six
pounds en, li "I In v ate taken with a Klg.
Contractor Smith's nun nio now- busily
pushing Die invlng inwiml I'nuith sticcl,
whli h thov will ro.ii h to-dav.
The iiriny ot .Inmnnl earilcis In this Io
cnllty will pr. s, nt (lit 1 pulinns with v
handsome New Year souvenli to-ilas. 'I lie
dutiful i in ill I" will, no doubt, be hatld
The eh cult i ins me now u-lng ofl co il.
the Hiipplv of hard roil having given out.
The open house nae for the New leu
Is a thing of the p ist The custom, hoiv
ev(r, will be kept afiosh, as the "six old
maids" will ktep their lalch siring nut
to-duv at the lesldenio of Mi-s Maile
John l.vneh. of St Paul, the hi other, of
the lato Pi. ink T Lv neb. Is In the ills
visiting the fimllv of Ills deecn-ed biother.
Miss .Mottle Coikrlll antl Ml Janus L.
Cl.iik -vx 111 be mat ih d to-dav ut PI ittoCltv.
The In iilc Is a i mi'ln of Ml". J. W. Splllt
lev of Ibis citv.
Pinnels (',11111111, roll of Mr. nnd Mrs.
Mlth.iel Connors, of this dlv. will be oi
daluiil ut s a in to-ilny at the i.itlieili.il
Disliop Pink, assisted bv the local pilest
hood, will puroini the ceremons
Minnger Dixls of Craw fouls, has
bookul mnn ctnllent conii.iuies for the
calls -I'.ison ot 'HI
Chief Hums leports V, rims made b he
(lie depaitment the pa-l scar While the
number Is large, lime were no estiuettve
conlligi.illons during Ihat peiind
Captain Stevens fiirnlslieil a bed on the
tloor nt the polk e station nnd bieakfnst for
'l'l tiamiis (luting the month lie nl-o mip
7,11, a l.iin1 nieils to citv pilsoneis liirlng
' l'I.it'II)1L'ch.iinbeilln has leturneil to his
quarli is ut the home after a ttii-il.is-s
Ur:(ivvai.inw'lnowe, the xxltlx man of the
Atehl-nn Dlobe. w is the gm st of t.overnor
A. J. Smith Siindav last.
A toothsome luni h for the nshlng ex
clusion can be best piep.ued with Dr
Price's linking Powdei.
Mi. D inilllnn Dei lllinl.
Topeka. K.t-, He. 31 -(Special 1 The
Btnti'm. nt thai J H. Hamilton, who was
sdeeted ns dilef lerk bv Seciet.iis ot
Sl.le Hdw.ilds. would iliellne. Is xelined
tn'uav I Inn go A. Sells, of Lamed, has
been "it last tiuiporaillv selected lor the
nl.iee Mi Hilvvuids has also seliettd .
C Itllt'.. (if Lallli'tl, a engiosslng clilk
Doth of these guitleuien were menibem of
Di, Laired Covote Singing Club, so prom
inent during the i .unp.ilsn.
AS '111 sCII'M-D.
India In Us Ho Dees has tho oldest trees
In the world. ,
Humboldt desi rlbes the oik tree which
he -aw 111 "l.inco nlnel feet In clicum
ft i em c at Die b ise mid estlinaleil lo be
i.nnii si am oid.
A glgiuuio ctimella Is growing near the
loval lastle, at Plllnltz, neur Dresilen. liei
many The Dee is tvv cuts -fom teet high
and pioJUKS iiniuialls at least 50,000 blos
soms. The winter dnj's in Sivetb ll mo onlv
six houis lung. In the noitliein part of
the peninsuli the sun does not I Iso once
ror two monlhs This Is made up tin, liow
cvii, bv tin sunns siimmei. In the .Ninth
the sun" does not set lor w-eiks and weeks,
an endless das The most Rloilous sight
of all the Noithlaiid Is the inldnlgnt sun.
As fill as Is known, swallows' mlgia
loiy ilights me alwass eauletl on by das
The Tact that, though wiulileis ami otlu r
inluianlH me i onst.mtly found de ul uriiiiiul
l.ghthnusi-, having tl ishcil themseivis
igalnst Die windows of the Imiteius, swal
lows have novel bt en known lo meet their
late in tills was. flltnlshis stlollg pie
suinptlvo cvlilem-e ot this petull.uits ot
the swallow lilbe.
numinous iiumbeis of loblns longregite
nl,-hDv In a m.irsli mar St Louis, lively
wlnti'i's nlhlit the trees aie laden with
the fill ils at loosl. At d.ivbieak they rl-o
tngetliei In a ih use duii'l, and In a few
minutes the plant Is deserted. The bluls
Us to tin ii vutluiis fouling pines, lifts oi
1U0 miles awas. and letuin eveiy eviiilug
lo Do1 common slultei, us long as the
i old i cither lists.
Obseivatlnns and call ul-itlons havo led
Mr. A. Mall uk to ooudude that Insects
do not si e will, especially at a distance.
Tlteli coinposlli eve, howcvei, his mi nd
v intage over the simple ose, In Dm fait
Dint there is hmllv any piaotleil limit
to tlie m artless of objects It imi examine,
Tho best Ins, 1 1 ese examined would give
a pletmt about us good as If ct ruled
In i.Ulier coiiisn vvuol woik and viewed at
a (ilstani e of a tool
It is now well established, as a icsiilt of
the stinllis or l.e Conic, Hunt. Spem or,
A. AgassU nml othei.s, lliat the winds and
ocean till rents veis I ugelv deteimliie the
position nml shape of t initial coiul ll
amis, oi atolls lu tin t aso of plants, pi
sides the .n tlon ot iivits and ut light,
their shape is doubtless sliapnl by eurn Ills
ol air. And ihese phssiial (aiises have
also ii noli ut lulliitiiie in dc'termiuliig Die
plant-like shapi ol ilxed anlui lis, like
spom,(s, puis ps and all animals whosu
SSIUIIl- IIS l l.llll.lte.
re -W n , ct
A process that kills
taste of cod-liver oil
clone good service
the process that both killb
the taste and effects par
tial digestion has done
stands alone in the field
of fat-foods. It is easy of
assimilation because part
ly digested before taken.
Scclt's Emulsion checks Con
sumption and all other
PreoiradhvReatt Jt Rf-n--.rhnilata
new ioic oauiyurugiki0wjutr.
Now (Imi invciiloi'.v lulvinir Ims lici-n coiiiplctoil, every
Pilcii' in (lie Iioiim lii'oiiirhl lo liirlit, I'vor.v .van! ol' jrooils
inoasiii'wl, lt'l s.M'i' wlutt Ihi' result is-.
It is the lii'liuriiiir to our espei'lnl notice ninny poods nml
kinds ot'jioods wliieli in I lu iri'eat rush ol' Christinas time, had
been iiejrlei'leil- overlooked.
Tti-ilny we sk you lt put your thmiKlits on Drcs.s (loods
lieeiuise, bejimiiiur Thursday, January !', there will be
prices put upon Dress (loods uud the niiilciittr and fludiiiirs oi'
dresses which will probably be the most interest inir that
you've ever known. A hint to-day: They'll lie about Hall'
The (HbrFcs are the new ones -this .season's weaves; the
coloriiurs the latest; the inukitiir- Ihe most skilled ui'ti.sts
will do this'.
When it is possible to syet twodrej-ses for the price of one
dress oft he sunic kind, then is it not "dress biiyimr tinieV"
OF INTEREST TO STOCKMEN
IMIICVTIDNS 'I MM- IMtl.t Mil. I, ID
VIDltD l'lt(ls'l,l!(ll s IIIAN t .SI) I.
Iho Dvport Ir.iiloUus ltrl-1. During Die
Pil VViek-ltitdpls t.r ('utile I'rinii
(ho Itiuigo (uiuttiv CniiDinio
l.ugo-ln With stiMc,.
The old ,veui- closed ul the .v. nils scs
tetiluy with lint few changes, nnil the
new car statts mtt with better pins
pettH than the (h'ng one The "boss"
no ii 1 1 liopeful and look fnivvaul tn a
fllltlier spiciiillng nf the ti.ule licit, the
coming; jo.'ii. Yeitenl.iv the Ilini of
Sh gel, Welch .t Claw sou explicit bs 11 ill
it.i titm unit the SleKel-Sniiilerg Commis
sion Company took Its place Tho old
Hi in of While .t Dial was divided up,
each member stinting a new house.
The expoit Dado was pretty lulsk
hcie the past week. Two bundled anil
live ..us weie sent illnct lu the sea
linsud, the ,itK"-t shipment1' of the
The ealtle iccelpts from the i.ingo
cotintty iDiitltuie litigef than itsu il nt
this Dine ol ear. Thoie wen1 In jestm
il.ij 001 cattle fiom Cdloi.tdo, 'i'J't from
A 1 l.ona and S91 fiom Texas,
The btivei foi the1 St'Iiwnisehlld il
Sulbeiger Comiians his moved his nf
llee1 down stalls to mom .1.'.
15 A. li.uhlng, Clebuinc, Tex, was
here vesteid.is xx It ll cattle.
f) I'liitt, Sioux Cit, l,i had In cattle
C I'eniltigi.ifl. Ctittutivvooil Falls,
lx.is., came In vestoulny with cattle.
Alle-ntlnif .v Huckiiigliiini. Altn.'i, Kus,
weie lu vi'slenl.iy with cittle.
X. T. Hunt, Cuiiett, Kas, got feeileis
l.i ii1 .vcDenlns.
li. C Dent, I'.itsnns, Kns, vvna hole
yesteukts with cattle und hogs.
("Milan .x. Co. Men.uilvllle. Tex., weie
up jesttudnx with eattle
,1. M. Iliigl.ind, Nxli.ut. -Mo., was here
.vestetduv with hog-
C. It lLiuillluii Tulsa. I T raine In
Ststeitluy with hogs
Tho ile.Uli ot Captain A. Cl. IJv.in.s ne
cesslt lted li It w ch.iiigt s in the nlllcors
nl tin1 I'vuns-lliittoi'-lltintoi Commis
sion Comp.uiv T. S lluttoii has been
elicleil pu-.Hiili ut. Willlum Hunter vice
pie.slilent and .1 V.. Campbell a ilheetoi
ntul managei or the St Louis olllce. The
other nllld'is liumiii iincliungeil.
A. 15. Otto, Kingston, Mo., had ill hogs
.1. Vohs, Stllw-ell, Kas , was III yestei
ilav with cattle.
.VI. tillllioii', liieitl in no, imis . was
nt llm surds jesteiiliiv with enltle
I,. C. Cnbb and 1' r ami S. Vlthor
Hpooii, a.ilnesvilk, li.ul In cattle s'fpler-
I) Waggoner it Son, Pec.itur. Tex.,
vvite up vi'Stcnlav with intlle
.1 1'. Ah. ud ind .Inliii !' Hossett,
r.iiipl.iy, .Mo. wilt at the Minis yes
teiduy with hogs
.losi.ili Cox, Until i, Mo. came In with
Hiaulsley llins (lieeley. Kits, were
heie yestciilay wllh hogs,
A met ban women hip said to be glow lug
tuller. The effnt ol good eooklng-pre-p.ued
with Hi I'llto's Itaklng I'oivder.
t V litiles.lle liidli Hue Ills .it "Siimnm.
Noini.in, o T., !( Ill (hpoi lal I Tin1
I'nltid Slalis gintitl Juiv lo-das letutnetl
liveiitv-oue liiilliimenls lot viuloits iiaudii
lelit tiunsai linns in ioiiii. i Dun with the
pt nslon ol mi Indian tiiim.il Slote, who has
bein di ,ul lor t line veins, but nt lu is have
been ill awing his pulsion all along Sonic
of the paitits Itnplit an d me luominent
I'opullsU. ant' Ihe t bulges i.iuge frim tak
ing lalse loitltliut.s lo fuigiiy. oonspli.n
ami siiboltlln.itlon of pujiiis Nuuls all
Iho w.uiants were seivid lo-dus. Douds
were pl.uid ul 1.."J) on i-aeli eoiinl and
weie m m tally fclvcn wIDiout iniiih iinii
ble. Coughs. Use "liioiin'i Riant hint I'rathtt "
They possess real nieilt Mltlonly in born
Iliu At III Ulll Do Cnntosli'd.
Sill ri.iudseo, Dei 111. -Tho i liaueo tor
a i oiliest ovoi Die will nf Die kilo ex
Sellulor Jiiiiioh ! I'ull souns to be III
cuiislng. Chmles Tali has lealled Dial
the il.iuse depilvliig of a shnic hi Die is.
Into ims ehlliluii ho mis hiiv- Ihu slight.
He also n si ma the placing In tho hinds
of outsiders the n aniiKcmi nt of the I'nli
cu.ut (in tin latiiu gioiiiid, It Is thought
his slsteis. Mis. lliiiuann flelilchs and
Miss MikIiiI.i r.ui', inns Join wllh him, al
though Im has not bein mi spi.tklug tei ins
with Ihelii tin some i,iis.
Ynliintnry miiseles iu almost alwass rod;
Involitntats inu-'di s ure genoiully whit.,
Die most notable exception in the latlt r
(Use being the heal t.
Cats and several other animals have u
faIo i villi, which can be drawn over the
i dial I. cltliu lo i lo.nisc It ot lo pioleit It
fiotn too stiong light.
The mole is nol blind, us many persons
suppose, lis i)f Is honlls la I n' I Hi in u
pmhtiiil, mid is (.uefulls piotecied fiiuii
dust ami dlit by means nf enclosing halls.
Die blood lions almost as tuely tlnoiigh
the bones as thlough the lle.-h of Vii
yiiiiUK chllilreii but us uge comes on the
blood vessels In the bonis me almost illlul
Hals must hive uisi'fs lo w mi oi Dies
lle, A trapped iat may nslly be tamed
by allowing no water but Dint ofleii'd lu a
spoon, tor the uialute soon learns to ree
ognle tho luiuil which tupplles this all
"Cancer Is coiitaglons," declue'd Dr.
nut'lllut, of Ithelms, to the congu-ss of
rreneh suigeoim held iciemly ut Lsons.
"The transinUslou may be diiect trom the
bodS", but it In effected mine frcqueiitts
through weailug uppaicl oi table utensils;
In two cases It was thiough u tobacco
Hartrldges uud quail will gcilerulls. when
aec'ldeiiliilly laiiKlit by u high wind, dose
their wings uud diop to the ground In u
slanting dlieetlon, only using their wings
to cheek the L.ght when neur the earth.
They frequently full to check ihemsdve
lu time, or the torce of the wind Is greater
than Dies' calculated, and thes uie dashed
wltth tremcndoiii force to the earth and are
-nouuileil or killed.
t in: (ini.D i i:v i:h
Is Ono VV lib b. VV In ii Ohio CuntriK ti il, If
liiio-l Itiipu.-lldo tu Cure.
A singular fuel, xv lilt li should be nf ui
tiusi to all moil whu ih light lu staking
thelt moms or thdr pioperts on the chaiito
of Iiicii alng It, Is liiuught out tn u ro
ulll n pint ti mil an oillcei of the diplo
ma lie setvlie stationed at Milbnutne, Aus
nulla. Thoie Is no gambling so fascinat
ing as Die s, aieh tot gold Whin thous
ands uf men tunic tllell falullh.s uuoss tho
tnntlneiit dining the gold exdtement of
1st i, row of Die inlvt ntiin is hud tins pnit
Ikal Idi.i uf mining.
Ds fill the giiiltei pint of the '45cts set
Detl lu tin Wi si, or eiiine back tn tho
l.ustiin stati s ileher onlv in oxiicrii nee,
suss llnipei's U'eoklv Mans took up the
loving llfo of the ptoft-ssioual mlm r, vv.ui
deilng finni camp to i amp. making n pre
miums living. alwavH hoping valnlv for
that stroke nf link which wus to make
t hem wealtbv
Now theie Is some toll, ninong tin1 Illin
ois nt Culifoinli und Xevailn of emigra
ting to Ausfiuliu, where tecentlv now ilnils
d gold have bt it made; ami tho news of
their plans has louchtd fat-off Melbourne,
with the icsult that our i onsul genetnl
Unit has sent to Die stale depaitment u
letlei coiKeiuhig the condition' which
Aim tit an Illinois m iv expect to flint It thov
visit Dm new gold Held Hold Is the chief
pioduct nf the eolonv of Victoria, next to
wool ami piloi to lSVit It wns the chief
Pioduct of that nhmv wllhutit exception
Vet, giout as the mining Industiv wus,
the otlli In' statist), s show, m coining to
Hie consul gem nil's icpoit. that Die viiluo
uf gold lo the working tnlnet li is never
been gi enter than ?Vi In one scar, mid
Die minimum production to the weirkiiiff
minor was JIM In lsTit. N'othlng could be
plalnei thin these llgmes They moan
that for evuv man who made u fortune
then, vvtie enough men In proieits to
bi lug the minings pot- man below &u0 a
Dm this featine of the tepoit of the con
sul giiiei.il Is not the one which will lit
the ,-ittt lltlnil ot the West, in Illinois, Itilth-u-
will I hev form tin Ir liidginent on the
pai.igiuph whlth tells of the discovery of
the "llillov's Itowmd' mine, in August,
Ixi.'. oi which It Is told that "six men woik
Imr foi four weiks, with tho use only of
the roughest tooN i.ilsod L'.".ri minces of
gild, whlth Is valued at fs.70. " To tho
pfilpitellc inlnei. dilftlnj Horn ono Held
tu another us now dlsoovulos ute ri jioi led
I' Is liner the 5,1'l lort.uie Hun looms on
the hoilnn Tin v see nnihlng but the bo.
imiira "llnds" that imikc inlllloii.ilies of
In the Siinnv South Dr. J'tue's Cream
p.iklng I'owdei Is pie-einlntiitlv tin house
CATS1 i;v l.s.
llulr -Norinil I'm in Is ho Same as the
Tho pupil nf a tal's eve orilii1 inlv nr,
pems as li loni , nuirow oval, or a stiujght
veitlc.il bl.uk line. The animal s, , t
be looking thiough ineio silt in tin in- of
Its tve, e-speelulls when ll fa..- ih. I phi
In seml-ilmkness the pupil wll. ns n , , ,L
beamlful oval line is accustom, I i. i e
guitl Die iimroivne ss of Ihe iiupll i Hi lis
tlngiilshlng pet iillurliv of the t v, - , i nts
Ml animals of the i at ramllv s,u, th
pi cull u its.
And .vol. in i nriling to the results , f n s. i
entltlt inv, stigatlon ot ens' nn i nils
liulilt' lu Hngkiiitl bv l.lmlsiiy .l.ihii Iho
niitiii il shape of Dioir pupils is , Ir, ulai
Di v living the iiuuntltv of light nter ng
the i v-es hi hns s, en the pupils nf t ,ns an i
tlgus ihangi- from su-.ilghl Um - lo per
foi t clubs, and while imdei tin i linen
of ulioplno, wllh li suspends foi i ( im th
niiisi ul, it i antral of the ese, th. aie al
vvav s i Irt id it
The not m,il fot m of the cat's pupil s,
then, the sumo as that ot the biimun pupil
lull whop siibuillted to the l-itluu t of
light Us behnvlui tlittois. in a In n-hl light
nui pupils become vorv small ill I,- w hlh
tho-i nf a cm tin n Into ovals en nnirovv
silts The geneiiil elicit Is tin same oi
elthir i as. namely to diminish tin iiuun
tltv of UMit passing Into the iv.
curlousls enough, in the bua, i animals
of the c it tlibe. such as tlgus the nunll
sometimes behaves exactlv lk( o liumini
pupil, ami when lutgntlv iiiiiuiiuaied ton
tracts into u minute drib Insteu 1 nf he-
inn lug liiieir. In the case of doiiu'slle cuts
Ihe oltlei Hie milium l'ie tnoic freniieutly
does Die pupil of the eve ussutiie a ureulir
VAIil-l (II.DItlDI (ICntNs.
hv tho s,.i sdnus so Vlilll.v Tints mill
l'l oni All the Vt.li Hoiind.
Tim colois of mint ocelli water and tho
vaislug shades observeil wheie Impuiltles
me met with aie still fiiithei dlversttled
by Die ( oleriug flei is ot tin enormous
uiultltii li s of vmioiis foiins tif otg,iIieil
lire whhh sometimes mask tho natuinl
olor nf the sen and tinge el,nslvo nie.is
with Icin.ll k.ihlr inlois. lietl appeals to bo
most lu-iiiionily met with In the southern
p.uts of the lied sou and in Die Aidhfun
gull. 1 irgo uu.is me toloiett blootl led liy
mil iosi nub .inlin.il. ilia, mid In iho Indian
iieeau sliullai forms ol lite cause. In ud
dltlou to n 1. milk white or sellovv spoU
of gieut ixtenl, Dm appc.u.ui'o of which
Is fici'iionllv al liming lo Die Ignoiant
s.illoi (Ut Die (iulue.i to.isl slilpe bOiue.
limes appi.il to tlo.ii in milk I'Mciiblvo
led slicaks um also known to on ill In Din
Smith Atlantic and South I'udllc, which
mo caused bv hosts of small led ciustaeea.
The "vermilion sea" of C illfornla ones ilu
brilliant iooi to iufiisoiia Aieas (olored
groin have been nolitl, especially In tho
.Utile legions, which aro duo to myriads
of diatoms, and 111 some portions of the
Amniotic seas diatoms of rusts e'olor inuko
thu wale i u dins blown.
(all nil. ir VVnrth Having.
Almost cviisone has ue for u calciular,
mid bs the same token, they ought to have
line lh.it Is uf sonic use1. A calendar that
von lave to study or "set" has 111 tic ex
i use for exlstciiie N. Astr & Son, Iho
newspaper udveitlslnc agents of l'hlladel
pliia, have Issued a handsouio ono for ISM,
wbli li can les on lis seal tlulr famous
inollii, "Keeping; I'.vei lastingly At It
Tho prhe 1 "j cents delivered overs
where, post paid, and lu pel feet condition.
The Katy route, Missouri, Kansas & Tex
as iiillwas. will sell tltkeis to all points
em their Hue within miles ut cue and
uticthliil faie tor round trip. Kxceptlnt;
tickets will be sold to l'aisoiu and return
at one fire1. On sale December 2.', 13. 21,
ii and 31, and January 1, 1S33; final limit,
January - 1''. I'or full particulars call
ut olllce, WJ -Main street, or at 101 Union
Itcituceit DiUcs xlu the Meke I'late
The Nickel Plate Road will sell Holiday
Hxcurslon Tlcketa ut very low rates dur
ing the Holidays, un follows: December
21. i. 31 am) Januar 1, good returnlns un
U Jauuaiy lUs.
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