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TITTl KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. TUKSDAY, JANUARY 22, 1S0.3.
KANSAS CITY, HAS!
q The Journal ofllco has beon
removed Irom tho Chamber
of Commerce to tho first floor
of tho Columbia Building nt
Sixth street and Minnesota
CLOUD ON PROPERTY.
m.aiu.t AM. OK Tim CITY ov aiuiiin
tixi: imolvhd is litkiation.
OLD INDIAN DEAL QUESTIONED,
iir.i:t oivhn that ivili. ..n to a
1'iiiiiT in tiii: coohts.
MlMourl 1'nrlflc Company Hold tn lln Crimi
nally Negligent in the Accident nt
tho (jtiluthiro Crn.-lng I,lc
vnteel Kouil Irntisfrrs.
A deed wns placed on record In tho reg
ister of deed's ofllce scsterday morning
which will result In n great deiil ot lltlga
tlon nnd which. If It Is held to bo ulld,
will render nbotit clghtls' families of work
lngmen In Argentine homeless. Tho deed
was given to Attorney It. 11. Dunbir nnd
wife by George vVnrhlngton nnd wife. Dun
b ir lives In ArRentlno nnd tho Washington
arc members ot the Shnwnee tribe ot In
ellins nnd live In the Cherokee nation.
Tho deed Is for 15! acres of land Is InR
almost In tho ery heart ot ArRontlno nnd
Is covered with business houses nnd resi
dences. It Is nlso plntted nnd the city has
spent thousands ot dollars In Improving
tho streets and alless.
All of the property on which Argentine Is
situated wus owned at one time by the
Shawnee tribe of Indians. John and Susan
Whltefoathcr owned a section of lind In
whit Is now known as the "bottoms."
This w.is In the 'CO s. In 1SC3 tho White
feathers died, leaving n son by tho name
of GeorRe WashlnRton. At the timo of
their death Washington was 11 jear3 of
A man named John Gore was appointed
as gundlin ot the bos. nnd In 1S0S, acting
as such, he sold the property to Joel Kln
nej In a few sears Kinney sold tho prop
crts the Kansas Town Company, com
-lO-eiS of stockholders of the Saut.i To
Hallway Company. This company platted
the property and sold It to various persons
for residence and bulnes' pui poses. The
lots were sold mostly to men emplojed h)
the S inti l"e company and Argentine smel
ter Tho men purchased the property on
the Installment plan and some of them
hive Just finished pnslng foi It. In many
Instances the house and lot represents
net;.. '- the men tunc on earth, with
the exception of some household Roods,
nnd if thes are deprived of the ownership
of the property they will be homeless
Theio nie a numbct of men Inteiosted
with Dunbar In tho scheme nnd they claim
tint the are sure of wlnnltiR all lawsuits
which Krow out oC tho m.ittei, and that
ultimately they will be given title to the
lind 'I hey assert that the first sale of
the piopeity by the guirdlin Is IllPRnl and
that the descendeuts of the Whltofpjthcrs
lmil the only clear title to the ptoperty
until the transferred It to Dunbar 5 ester
das The grounds upon which thes base
their claims Is thu proceedliiRS Ii.ul by
Guaidlm Gore In the proline court of this
count nt the time ho sold the proper!)
to KInnej. They claim that the proceed
ings ai e absolutely old and that no good
t.Ue to the property was eer held outside
of that one held by the Indians. The guard
ian had the tiansfcr of the land sanc
tioned by the eccietaiy of tho Interior on
iv count of it beliiR Indian land, but he did
not Ile up to tho necessary requirements
In the piobatf court to make the deal
Mild Then tl o probate court Is said to
lae mado so many cnors as to Invalidate
Utiinoy Dm bar has made several trips
to the Cherok-e nntlon recently on this
business. Ho letuined from there a few
diss ago with the deed. The consideration
mentioned In It Is $"00 'I he property Is
v.otih m least S;0,0GO When It was re
corded )esteidu) morning th recorder
van icquested to make a copy of It as
soon as possible so that the Instrument
could bo sent to tho Interior depnitment at
Wnshlnrlon for approval. It was recorded
and copied Into ths deed book In the foic
nonn 'J ho original Instiumcnt will be sent
to Wash!. u to-day.
As soon i. the deed Is received from tho
F lotnis of the Interior Dunbar will bring
jioeecdlnRS In tho district court to set
aside all of the old deeds RKen to thu
proper!) In this way the litigation will
begin and the nlldlty of the deed given
bs lluaidlan Goro In 1SCS tested. The per
sons who aro Intel cstcd In the scheme to
get tho property claim that thuo s no
way on earth to beat them. They expect
a large amount of litigation nnd say that
It will be at least six or eight tnrs be
fore tho cases are dually determined.
Tho Kansas Town Compans has sold a
huge amount of the propertj, but ftlll has
a deed signed b Kinney for several acrc
The cases Brow InR out of the nutter will
bn bltteily contested, ns It moans a great
ileal to tho laboring men who have spent
nil their life's savings In the purchase of
homes there, thinking that they had a good
Held tn lie Criminally Negligent In thu
Ouliid irn Ae'ldent.
Coroner Stevens held nn Inquest jpstcr
elnv moinlng over tho body of Tied Sehe
voreman, Jr., the boy who was killed by a
Mlssotul Piiclllc train lit tho Quliidaro
i rosslng Saturday morning Tho Jurs ie
turned n verdlet to tho effect that the ills,
rourl I'aelflo Company was criminals- neg
JU'enl In not making the crossing safe, It
was found tint the crossing la dangerous
to the traveling public and should be at
tended to, Tho people living In that vicin
ity hivo repenti'dly ottered to assist the
company to build a tunnel under tho traiks
and at one tlmo ono fanner offered to do
nnte tho land and the Quliidaro township
ngtecHl to pay one-half of tho expense If
the road would nuiku tho Impioveinent.
The otters were treated with silence and
nothing was ever ilono In tho matter. At
this bamo crossing u man by tho name of
Jloffatt was killed In a similar mannei
nbout one year ago ami his heirs got Judg
ment against tho company for JS.OOO.
Sped it Entire,
I desire to Inform the public that all In
sinuations mado through the press by the
Keeley Institute or uny statements mndo
by them that the When ell cure Is an Imi
tation ate false and uro Intended to de
ceive the public by a malicious misrepre
sentation of tho facts. The Wherrell cuii
is entirely different from Keelev's. livery
medicine used Is different, The Wherrell
phllosop' if Incbilety Is entirely different,
jn fact, mo two cuies are as widely op.
poslta In their claims as the North, Is from
the South. The Wherrell philosophy Is
original, the Wherrell cuio original; and
while the Keeley people openly denounce
the Wherrell philosophy, they practice It
In every detail lu all their Institutes, and
never practice thilr own.
Tvctv bulls Iti-gun,
JIarland Wood jestcrday began proceed
ings In the district court ugalnst Ills. wife,
Minerva Wood, for divorce. They were
married In Iowa In ISfcS and shortly after
moved to thU city. It Is claimed by the
idalntlff that tho defendant has never
uw.ua Aim m a -awns a j.e.ai
should! she Is nccused of breaking him lip
In business nnd then leaving hint
Bidle H. Hone nrnlnst Hobert Hone Is Hie
title of nnother divorce suit llled In the
same court They wero married In I'SI
nnd the dofendint Is charged with failure
to provide nnd desertion
Samuel Kills begin suit ngn!nt W it
Sherer to replevin six head of stccr which
he claims the defendant Is wrongfully and
unlawfully withholding from him.
O. II. Ilrndley Instituted suit ngnlnst
Jnme Atnns nnd olhers to recover JIM
nml foreelosts n mortgage on some prop
erty In this city.
Klevntcd Itallwuy Company inbuilt n I'rop
n.ltlnn for n cr llrldgr.
The city council met last nlghl In spe
cial session. An npproprlalion fund m
created for the purpose of paving oft tho
city water debt The total claim against
tho city for water was W.W-90. ot which
J3,lii was due the .Metropolitan Water
Works Conipiny for the list minrter of
'SI. A Intance of ttli.Si), which was due
tho Kansas City Water Works Company,
was Included In the ordlnince.
An ordinance to build sidewalks on the
following streets was passed: On r.uolld
avenue, from Seventh street to KlRhtli
street; on Miami avenue, from fifth street
to 1'vle street; on 1'ylo street, from Sev
enth street to Ilnrrlon street: nnd on
Harrison street, from I'nrk to Central ave
nue. An ordinance was pissed for the Issuing
of general Improvement bonds to satisfy
the claim of the Graham & 1'errls l'avlng
Company of S:,400 for paving James street
and a K73 debt against the city for tho
construction ot the Jersey creek culbert
City Knglneer Kills submitted specifica
tions for the construction of a J30O sewer
In sewer district No. 21. Tho matter was
referred to tho proper committee.
Mr. Hobert Olllhnm, vice president of
the K insas City Klevatcd Hallway Com
pany, was present and submitted a prop
osition In regard to the building of a new
bridge at Central avenue. The company's
proposition rends as follows:
"To the Honorable Mayor and Common
Council of the City ot Kans is City, Kas.
"Gentlemen The following Is respectfully
submitted with the view of hastening the
ronstructloti of a now bridge acro-s the
Kansas river at Central avenue, the want
of which Is causing the patrons of this
company, nnd the public generally, so
much Inconvenience. Wo understand thnt
jour honorable body has approved plans
for a new steel brldgo of three spans, lib
feet In length, with a roadway twenty-four
feet wide, nnd two sidewalks, said bridge
to rest upon new piers to be constructed
upon present foundation of old piers, using
stone In old piers for backing, the total
cost of said bridge and piers to be S-ls.OOO.
"The Kansas city Klevated Kallwny
Company hereby proposes to pay one-third
of the lost of such a bridge, or the sum
of Jlfi.OOO. In addition to this sum, the
Kansas Cits Klcvnted Hallway Company
will pay tho extra cost of making the
bridge sufilclently strong for Its diad and
llvo loads, nnd will also pay the cost of
tho upper deck necessary to support Its
tracks. Provided, that no other street rail
way company sh ill be Riven the right to
occupv nnv portion of the said twentj-four
foot roadway of said bridge with Its track
or tracks. Or, In tho event that the fore
going proposition shall not be acceptable
to sour honorable bod the Kansas Cits
KIcvated Hallway Compans hereby pro
poses to construct a new steel brldgo upon
thu site of the old bridge as follows: The
old piers to bo repaired and placed In good
order and safe condition, a now steel
bridge to be built upon said piers of suf
ficient strength nnd capaclts- to carr- the
highway loads of the city and the dead
and live load of the sold compans'. The
brldgo to have a clear roadway of nineteen
feet and one sidewalk on south side six
feet wide. The city of Kansas Cits', Kas ,
to pav the sum of $12,0110 ns Its part of the
cost of said bridge and tho Kansas Cits"
Klevated Hallway Compans- to pay the en
tire remulnlng portion of tnc cost of said
bridge, provided, that no other Btreet rail
way company shall bo allowed to occups
ans portion of the lower floor with Its
track or tracks."
Mr. Glllham stnted that his company was
willing to accept the plans of the proposed
brldgo furnished by City Engineer Ellis.
The matter was referred to the bridge
and viaduct committee for further consid
eration. LOSS TOTAL.
Mineral Milling Cuiiipiiij'- llullding ami
Its Contents Uistrojuel bs 1 Ire.
The largo two stors' frame building oc
cupied by the Mineral Milling Compans-,
nt the corner of Psle and Pawnee streets.
In Aunourdale, ond Its contents were total
ly destroyed bs' (Ire last night. The origin
of the blaze is unknown. The llro was
discovered by the firemen of No 3 station
bcfoie nn alarm was turned In When tho
first company arrived on tho scene the
building was nlmost completely enveloped
In flames and It was Impossible to save
ans portion of It. Three box cars stand
ing on n sidetrack, loaded with mlnerols and
machlnerj, were also destroseci. one be
longed to tho Santa Fe road and the other
two weio owned by the Milwaukee load.
Tho los3 on tho cars was estimated at
The burned building was known as tho
Itolloway Gialn and Teed Company's
building. It recently came Into the pos
session ot the Mineral Milling Compans'.
of which W D. Glllam Is president. The
latter company has been In operation for
seveinl years at the corner of Twentieth
stieet and Haltlmoie avenue in Kansas
Cits', Mo, nnd the past four weeks has
been engaged In moving Its machinery In
to tho new plant. It had hardly begun
operations. The building was Inadequate
and tho company had plans drawn for an
extensive addition to It. The first nnd
second and b.iheinent floori of the build
ing weie occupied bs" miichlnori- and ma
terial, Tho eompans manufactured various
kinds of mlncials for paints and other
purposes. The loss Is estlmnted lit nearly
JIS.Imi U. S fritz, tho millwright, stated
that tho company had purchased a great
deal of new mnchlneis, tomo ot which is
very costly Ho lost $200 woith of tools,
William Torres', another cmplose, lost $')
worth of tools, foreman Nordsko Is uli.o
out about 5150 by tho loss of his tools,
jMot how or In what part of tho build
ing tho llro staitpel seems to bo a mssteis
The firemen nio under the Impression that
It begun about midway of tho building on
the first floor, or In tho basement. Tlu only
thing lullammable on these lloois was a pllo
of eoeonuut shells The dimensions of tho
building was C0l"3. Tho cmplosei aro of
tho opinion that there wns no Insuinuco
on tho building or contents An Insurance
agent was ol the same mind, as the build
lug was lonsldeied a poor risk.
TriiUHfers nt tho Ilrldgp,
Yesterday inoinlns tho Elevated road
commenced transferring passengers acio3s
tho Kjvv itver bridge ut I'entral avenue.
Tho curs run to either end of the brldgo
and the passemgers walk across the stiitL
turo and tako tho car on the opposite side
The Elevated company has placed a floor
aver the tracks with a railing on onch side.
This movo Is of gnat convenience to hun
dreds of tho Kluvatid road's old patrons.
No elcllnlto airaugoments have been made
for tho constiuctlon of a new bridge, an 1
It Is stated that If the city has to toko the
Initiative It will be a long time before a
bildge Is built, as the ofu!al3 think the
old brldgo to bo perfectly safe without the
extra weight of tho "1" cars on the uppsr
Arsrnlu li I'.ld.
Coroner Stevens resumed the inquest
yesterday at tho court of common pleas
over tho remains of Mrs. George McCul
lock und her Infnnt child, who died bo
mjsteriously a few weeks ago. The In
quest was begun S.ituulas'. 'Ilm testimony
bo far hn.s shown that poison was used to
a largo extent and wus tho cause of death.
Chemist Hamilton, of Kansas Cits', Mo ,
was examined esterday und lestllleel that
uisiulo wus used vciy frecl)'. He stated
that thero was arsmlo found In every por
tion of the Inteotlnes nnd stomachs. Tho
Inquest will be concluded this morning.
Another Indian 'lltlo Cu.c,
Tho case of Snodgrass ufculust William
PlUpatrlck, a suit to foreclose a mort
gage on somo property in Hosidnle, will
be called foi trial In the district court to
das', The mortgage amounts to fl.COO. Til
defendant claims that the mortgage Is
iii.ejjL).oia ftr ;,.Kasa tm u .-sissoa-.
DON'T TRUST THE PROPHET,
llr Is llnlj Human, I.I Ue- Vhmmi'K. nl.d Ills
I'rnphtev Alnv lie III Wrung.
You oitli'l IpII Iiv ftudjing tin wenllier
reports whether the' ilnv I- going to be fair
or Btorms. To err Is huinin and the ulll
li) prophets are Vei hum in It Is there
for, will to prepnie voursitf for nns
ttpithrr wheti Jiiu go from home In the
morning. How shall ou ilo 11? llytneitis
of umbrellas, overshoes nhd ln-nS" wraps?
All good In their wnv, but tiny are not
enough You must be defended from with
in. otir stom ich that furiiire of the
bodsmust readily burn the fuel that sou
put Into It. Every other otxiti must be
fully nllve nnd up to lis work. Any de
parture from n state of rnmplete health Is
a bad thing In luldw Inter At the llrst
sign of cold and tho signs are too familiar
to need enumeration take n stlmulint.nol
tho common beverages Included under that
name, but DulTj's Pure Mall Whlrkry.
It will put oti In a rIow, not a feverish
heat that soon passes oft niid leaves sou
colder than sou wero before, but the
wholc.ome warmth coining from the har
monious and healthy action of nil parts ot
To dellno what the doctors oall "tone" Is
not nn easy tnsk, jet civil body knows
what It tnpiin, and It Is promoted by
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey. This Is an
article designed for medicinal nnd house
hold purposes. It Is peculiarly adapted to
the needs of delicate women, who pre ex
hausted bs' business and liv household
cares They w mt something that will
rails the forces of the body promptly.
Nothing does this like tin pure ntul pal lia
ble article above referred to.
nnt of thp Shawnee trlbo of Indians, nnd
thnt under the treaty that trlb. had with
the government no member of tho trlbo
hns nns' legil right to Rlvo a mortgage.
The case Is nn Interesting one, for there
are a InrRp number of mortgarcs on such
properts. This will be n sort of test case.
Irrlnres nil the Sim,
The University Extension Society has ar
ranged for a course of lectuies on astron
omy by Professor E. Miller, of the Kansas
State unlvirsltv. beginning this evening,
nt tho first Presbyterian church. The
tourto comprises the following topics:
This rvenlng "Tho Sun.'
January 23 "Eclipse of tho Sun "
fchrunry f -"The Sun's Surroundings."
f ebruary IS "Too Prominences "
ftbruary ID "Run Spots "
f ebruary 24 "Eight und Heat of the
New School District Desired.
A petition has been filed with the county
superintendent ot Echools, Mrs. Pannto
Held-Slusser, for tho formation of a new
school district northwest of this cits'. The
petition Is largely slRned by property own
ers In that vicinity. It l proposed to make
tho new district from districts Nos. 2 and
10 The school house is to bo locited near
the proposed site of the Kansas Cits' unl
Tim McShuno Arrcntod.
Tim McShane, whose Joint on North
Third street hat, been tho tccno of numer
ous bloods' encounters, was arrested cs
terday An effort will bo made to close up
his saloon, which tho poltco claim Is tho
toughest In tho cits'.
W. C. Smlsor, Jr., R. J. Tlcmlng and H.
II. Johnson, of Sterling, wero In tho city
S-esterdas'. They attended tho funeral ot
the late Daniel Arnold Sunday. Thes- are
employed In Arnold's flour mill at Sterling.
Attorney . W. Kepllnger went to Iola
yesterdas on legal business,
Malcomb "McNeil, who has been visiting
friends In this cits foi tho past week, re
turned to his home nt Chicago last even
ing. District Clerk T. T. Hofrnnn went to
Topeka e3torday to take a hand In the
Attorney ItutchliiRs went to Topeka yes
terday to resume tho trial ot the HUlmon
Will franks left last evening for Denl
son, Tex., on a business trip. He will bo
gone about ten days
Mrs. Ellen Johnson went to Wichita last
evening to spend a week with her parents.
Hepresentntlvo Cnblilson returned to To
peka vesterday morning after spending
Sunday with his family on North Tenth
Max Holzmark and Samuel Harris have
gone to San Antonio, Tex.
"Joe, the Turk," the noted Salvationist,
will speak nt the Salvation Arms" barracks
to-night and to-morronw night.
Mrs, J. C Gelger, of Ecavonwnrth, Is tho
guest of Mr and Mrs. f. S. Edwards, of
113 North Sixth street.
The Nordens Vender Society, composed
of tho lending Swedes of this cits', his
purchased two lots on Minnesota avenue
from the Northrup estate and next spring
will erect a large ofllco building on It. The
consideration wns $3,f-i
Counts' Treasurer Schnlorlo yestcrdas"
turned over to tho state treasurer 533,661 as
slate, tax-os collected In this counts for the
past three months Tho treasuier wont to
Topeka and handed the check to tho state
olllclals While there ho will attend the
annual meeting of the county treasurers
of tho state.
Thomas J. True, aged 23 sears, and Mag
pie Edwards, aged 23 scars, both of this
counts', wero gi anted a llcenso to marry
jesterdas- by the piobitc Judge.
An examination of counts' teachers will
bo held Saturday nt tho olllco of tho county
superintendent ot schools,
Hev Edwin I.oeke, pastor of the High
land Park M. E church, delivered a lecture
laht night on "Undo Tom's Cabin," lllua
trnted bs stereoptlcon views,
Tho enterprising drs goods film of Jones
fz Co, ycsteidaj purchased the stock of
groceries formerly owned bs Its an & fltz
geiald, on Minnesota, avenue near Seventh
street. The entire stock will bo removed
to tho laiga store room ot Jones tc Co, In
a few das s.
Otto Volgt, the 12-yonr-old boy who was
Injured nt tho rnllroid accident near Quln
daio, Sntiudas. la Mill in a critical condi
tion nt St. Murgaret's hospital.
To rent Two nice four room houses Rnd
one nice seven room houso closa to Union
Pacific and Missouri PncMe shops,
S N SIMPSON . SON.
Chamber of Commerco building,
Holstou Walker and Pred Mctntyre, of
Olathe, who wero nriested by Deputy Unit
ed btates Marshal Phil Kirk, of this cits',
on tho ehuge of violating the state pro
hlbltory liw, gave bond soslerday In tho
sum of 11,000 each for their appearance bo
fnro United States Commissioner Perry-
Tho general ieof buieau. composes! of
flva of tho Knights of Psthlaa lodges of
this cits', met list evening nnd elected tho
following oiliccis; I', II. Holmes, presl
dent, A. Goionei, vice president: George
S. Colbs", secretary and treasurer,
frank Clvik was returned to tho county
Jail scsttiday to await his examination be
foro Justice Swingles'. Ho Is charged with
assaulting a captain of the Salvation Army
ubout one month ugo.
The grocety (.took of Grlgsby Son, nt
Thiiteenth und "I." roid, was nttiched
last evening on a suit filed by Long Urns.,
wholesale groccis across the Htato line.
The suit was llled to recover J303.
The case against Charles and William IJj.
tep, who aro charged with Keeping u gam
bllng house', was for the third tlmo cop
tlivued In police couit sesterday nuirnlng.
Tho case Is now f et fur next Mond ly, f ,
C, White, who caused tho nirist of the
two men mentioned above, will be tiled on
the sime data on the charge of disturbing
Charles Warlch. of Argentine, jesterday
pleaded guilty to the charge of x Mating
tho prohlbltoty law. Ho was sentenced to
thlity das a In tho counts Jail and fined
llOe) by Judge Anderson, of tho mint of
common pleas. This Is the first caso of this
nature that tho new county attorney has
found It necessary to prosecute.
In the district court jesterday Northrup
MooVe secured Jtidgniiut against Albert
Gallatin for $J7. this suit was the out
growth of a transaction of Archibald
Wells. Wells rented a room of Gallatin fu
the Hosted building and Gallatin sued hint
tor mm fs?i mi JWt iwJjcw.&i. In. a, jua-
lies court Gallatin sel"od Wells furni
ture in his room til rittlsf) the Judi-ntPiit.
.Mr Moore then llled suit ngalnst Oillntln
to rr.o.ir the Roods or tin ir value, claim
ing that Ii held n chattel murtru on the
same The Jury gave him Ju h m nt for
the amount stinl for.
IWntirr Stevens will hold nil Inquest to
morroiv over the remains n' J dm Weitmi,
tln nun klllrd Stilulaj in the Pint ward
Up was In the liott'e of Newton Ware all I
In n dispute was shot and Inslntitl kill 1.
Ware Is now In the coutilv Jail nw ailing
the action of the loroner's jurs
The revival meetings which hive been
III progress nt tho Central Methodist
rhtitrh foi the pist three weeks, lmgan
last night for nnuther week's series, vv lien
they will be brought to n olo-e. The meet
ings Invn been Vers successful Hev, T.
E Chnndler, who lull had charge of
the meetings heretofore', will not assist In
this week's pel Irs. He Is lu need of rest,
having worked both day nhd night since
the1 beginning ot the meetings. The meet
ings this week will be conducted by tho
following ministers: Hev. Oregg, Hev.
Edwin I.oeke, Hev. J. W. Drew nnd ltev.
Will Donnelly, nn emplose at Bchwarz
schlld S. HulrbiTger's picking house, re
ceived a severe scalp wound sesterdny
bv being struck on the top of tho head
by a filling meat hook,
fearless lodge No. !7, K. of P, will
meet to-night nnd perform work In tho
C. 9 Orlllln and wife spent Sunday with
J. W. Jameson and futnllv, nt Piper, Kas.
The Mothets' Art Society will meet
Wednesday afternoon with Mrs, George
Ned Phillips his returned from a vltt
with friends and relatives at Leavenworth.
Mrs. It. I. Speir Is entertaining her
parents, Mr. and .Mrs. Ilobcit Hucston, of
Mr. and Mrs. I.ucns are the proud par
ents of a line Ctrl baby.
Mrs II. 3. Cooke Is seriously ill nt her
home, on South fifth street.
The Hev. J. W. Williamson delivered nn
able lecture Inst night nt the Dnptlst
church. The proceeds derived from tho
lecture will be given to the church.
Mr. and Mrs. James C. Morris, of Dowd,
Mo, after a pleasant vMt with Thomas
Howell and fnmlly, on Oige avenue, re
turned to their home ycsterdis'.
Mr. nnd Mrs Clnud Orlllln have re
turned from a visit with relatives at Leav
A great deal ot Interest Is nlreidv being
shown In the coming local campaign. Tho
election this sear will occur on the 2d dny
of April nnd n full set of city olllclals will
be chosen, Including a mas or, four coun
cllmen, city treasurer, police Judge, two
JtiBtlccs of the peace, two constables, four
membeis of tho board of education, also a
treasure r of tho board of education.
Those who usually tako an active Inter
est In the election nro nlrends' working In
the Interest of their particular friends. Tho
present mas'or, frank A. Wlllard, In an In
terview with ii Journal reporter scterdas,
stated that, although ho was not seeking
the nomination, set ho would accept It.
Tarts' lines have never been ilrnwn In city
elections here, but a strong talk Is bring
made bs- some prominent clflens in favor
of nominating n Hepubllcnn ticket Prom
tho Indications now provnlent It Is prob
able that at least three tickets will bH In
At ii leecnt meeting of the cits' council a
petition was received asking that the nui
sance caused by tho Lurnlnj of refuso mat
ter dumped from stock cars on tho dump
used by the banta fo Hallway Company
be abated Yesterdas' Cits' Attorms' II A.
Ilallcy received a letter from J ', Hora
back, superintendent of termlna's of lhe
Santa fc, Btatlng that the order wo lid be
strictly compiled wltn
Tho seventh annual ball of tho Order of
Hallway Conductors will be given nt To
peka, f rldny evcnlnr. V ebruary 22, Special
cars will be lun from hero to Topeka on
that occublon. Tickets to tho ball nnd In
cluding transportation both wnss nro being
sold for $1 each.
Mrs. Dunkln, who wns Injured several
dass ago by being struck by a tialn In the
Knnsas City jurds, wns yesterdas- removed
to Lexington, Mo , to receive treatment
J P. Swlnej', of Lexington, accompanied
the Injured womnn
Twelve candidates wero Inltlnted at tho
meeting of tho A. 1" A. last night.
A social will bo given Frldaj- evening by
the Young People's Society of Christian
Endeavor, at the homo ot Miss Ldli Slm
mcus, on South Second street.
O. D nedflold. of Midlson. Conn., Is the
gueHt of Mas or r A Wlllard.
Byron Smith nnd wife nro x'lsltlng friends
P. A. Millard left Inst night for Ws'anett.
HI Ho will soon movo his family to that
Harry Elliott left last night for Olathe to
spend several days with friends and rela
tives. MORE SILVER CERTIFICATES,
Mr. Carllslo Would Ilko tn Get Moro of
Tin-in Into Circulation A Commit
Washington, Jan, 21 An Importnnt meet
ing of ths house appropriations committee
wns held to-das'. In which Secretary Car
lisle took part, nt the request of Chairman
Sasers The conference was over the adop
tion of a polics' bs" which tho tecrutars'
hopes to put Into circulation an Increased
volume of silver certificates of Hinnll de
nominations In place of treasury notes.
Tho committee decided to strike from thu
sundry civil bill a stipulation thnt for sev
eral sears has been ndded to tho Item pro
viding for printing treasury notea tn re
place thoso reclvcil nt the treasurj'
Secretars' Carlisle stated that It was his
deslro to get moro silver certlllcntcs of
small denominations Into the hands of tho
people, but expl lined that other notes oc
cupied tho Hell nnd crowded them out.
Several members of the committee led
the discussion from tho question at Issuo
Into the hs-wass of flnniice. Onco Kepto
sentatlvo Bibles', of Pi nnss Ivnulu, asked
tho secretary what objection thero would
bo to n 8 .tent of redeeming notes In gold
nnd silver at the option of tho secretars'
of tho treasury Instead of tho holder,
"If that policy had been inaugurated nt
tho beginning of resumption," nnsweicd
tho secretars', "It would have worked ben
efit tails', and no trouble would havo niisen
from It Hut my predecessors havo fol
lowed the policy of redeeming In gold or
silver ut tho option of tho holders of paper
nnd nns' secretary who tried to change this
policy nnd force sliver on a man who w ant
ed gold, or vice versa, pirtlclarly at such
a critical period as wo havo been passing
through, would hnvo precipitated dlsas.
American products aro Invading Japan.
Dr. Price's Hiking Powder has galu-d a
Washington, Jan, SI, Tho following pen
sions have been granted:
MUsoml John Lux, all is John Lukes,
Penyvllle Pcrrs , James f, bhaff, fines',
Cedai, David A Shaw, HuntBVllle. It in
itolph. James Christ) Huft.ilo, Dallas;
lifferson Van Sickle, forest Home, Law
leuie, Geoigo Walkei, St, Louis, St.
Louis; Luttje Iniluusch, Colo Camp, Hut
ler; Heorgo W Coves I.iddonla, Audrain;
l hallos A. Mcintosh, Macomb, Wright,
frealliig Walkei, Hall's Station, Hue ban
uii, Mil tin V, Hulf, Mliml, Saline; Pilnca
P. Hnlhrook, St Louis, St, Louis, John
W, North, Neosho, New ton; Arabella 1
Case, St. Louis, St, Louis; benf?i II
Helms (fathei). Mil in, Sullivan; Marguet
Ilemy (mothet), -it Louis. Ht. Louis,
Mars E. Poor, Ala edonla, Philps,
Kansas Lemuel Dawning, alias Lemuel
Porter, La CsRtie. Linn; Samuel Hall,
Ellsmore, Allen; Henry Illaekburn, To
peka, Shawnee; Heniy Drone, Homier
Springs, Wsandotte; William J. Paulkner,
flavins, Hush;Jaiues II. Wldlck, Eldo
rado, nutler; Joseph Dull, Hello Plain,
Sumner; Smith A. Nicholson, Cheiopa, La
bette; William L. Millvr (father), Alta
THE LINK BREAKS!
THE AWFUL WOE FROM
IN A CHAIN AI'l'AUl'.MI.Y STltONO
THE GIVING WAY OF THIS ONE
LINK WRECKED THE SHIP,
ir om.y Tti.M' o.m: link hah ui:i:n
Tlilnl. for n Motmnt and See "A lint All
A ship, lii a fearful ttorm, wns nnchorcl
by n single rhtiln. The ehnln wns large
nnd nppircntly strong enough to hold Hut,
In tho otherwise, powerful chain, was one,
single, weak link. The terrible strain wns
too much for the weik link, it luoke, nnd
the ship was dashed to destruction on the
The strength of a ehnln Is only up to Itn
weakest link. So the strength of n prrson
whether phvslcal or nerve strength, Is
only up to his weakest part or organ. If
sour nerves lire weak, or sour blood poor,
If you suffer from Insomnia or h ive Indl
gpotlon, dyspepilj, constipation, kidney or
llv:r complaint, he idnche, neuralgia or
rheumatism, thpre Is a weak spot In your
ss stem, which, If not cured, will surely
causo sou to break down
You will never bo well and strong until
this weak plnce or organ Is strengthened.
It Is fearfully dangerous to niglect any
such wenkness or ailment Nobods' real
izes this better than Mrs. O. S Cobb, a
well known lidy residing nt 331 Smith
street, Providence, H. I.
Tor llvo jcars I had been troubled with
Indigestion, kidney nnd liver trouble, se
vere nervous hendaches and neuralgia.
There was a terrible pnln and pressure in
my stomach, from which thero was no re
lief until vomiting set In, when I vomited
a slimy mucus.
" f ter these spells I would bo complete
lv prostrated for threo or four das'B. Some
times for three weeks at a tlmo I could
tako no nourishment but lime water and
milk. I lost forty poundj.
"Severe nervous haedaches, at times
having a duration of two weeks, would
set In A tertlble, piercing pain would
shoot In rapid succession through my
head. Thero was a dread till nchlns and
throbbing through my back between my
"In fact, I was complete- prostrated, I
tried prominent phsslclans without relief,
nnd was entirely discouraged. About this
time I heard, through a friend, of Dr.
Greene and the wonderful cures which he
had wrought with his remedS'.Dr. Greene's
Nervuri blood and nervo rcmeds'.
"I secured It anJ commenced using It,
and the cliaiiKe which took place was won
deiful. Tho terrible, racking pains through
ms head and Bhouldet.s havo left me.
Where I could eat nothing but tho lightest
kinds of foods, I can now eat ans thing
without the slightest distress of ans' kind,
"Tho kldnes' and liver troublo has left
me. In fact, my friends nre surprised nt
my wondeiful cure I thank God and Dr
Greene's Neriura blood and nerve remedy
for my new life, and would sns" to all suf
fe rers, gather - ontlihmce and try this great
reined)' and sou will Hiirely bo cured "
Oh, that persins complilnlng of n'iy nll
ment would bo guided b) this sensible and
valuable advice, and take this wonderful
medicine, Dr. Greene's Nervura blood and
nervo remedy' If thes- only knew what i
healths' anil happs' llfo awaited them after
using It, they would not hesltato a moment.
It will make a strong and well person of
jou Just ns surely as sou tako it. It will
cure evers' one of those troubles and weak
nesses which havo bothered sou so much
Just trs It and see. Doctors recommend
nnd ndvise Its use.
Why waste tlmo In trsdng uncertain and
untried remeilles, when here Is a phssl
clun's prescription, a discovery made bv
tho greatest living specialist In curing
nervous and chronlo diseases, Dr. Cm no,
ot 33 West fourteenth street, New York
cltv If vou til.o this medlelnn sou can
coni'ller vouiself under Dr Greene's direct
professional e tie, and s'ou can consult him
or write to him about S'our cae, freely
nnd without charge This Is n guarantee
that tills remedy will cure, possessed bs
no other medicine In the wot Id
HONORS TO CASIMIR-PERIER.
Sainted bj the Mlllt iry ns I In Takes I.un.e
of tlie- 1 Ishc c I'al tee,
ParK Jan. 21.- Ex-President CnBlmlr
Perler foi malls" vni iti 1 his apartments In
tho Els see pilaee ut 11 o'clock to-day lis
order ot l'lcsld-nt Pintle, military honor
weio rendered to the ex-prisldent As ho
appealed In the court) .11 1 the drum eoips
rolled out a salute- and a guaid of hnnm
piesented arms All the membeis of the
ex-president's civil nnd mlllt.11 households
ns-ombled to bid htrn good-by lie w.n
dressed In a black frock coat, nnd It was
noticed thnt ho did not went the ribbon of
tho Legion of Honor With Ills wife, who
was nttired In a diik costume, tho ex
prirldL-nt entered a Hndau drawn by two
horses mid was driven to his pilvnto res.
deuce Only a sin ill riuvvd of peoplo wit
nessed his depaitiire, but nearly all of
thoso present uncovered their heads ns M
Ca-Imlr-Perlcr drove un ly, a coiutesy ho
ncl-novvlcdKcd quUtly by bowing
Women rnn't vote In New Yoik, but
they ran In V'somlng I.veiywhore -he)
voto for Dr. PrUo lulling Powder
AFTER PRESJTJENT JESSE,
tlurgps I Ired at tlu Missouri I pgl-liiturn
Against the Hunt nt tho Mute
Jefferson City. Mo , Jan 21.-(SpocIil )
Tills morning son.eihlnp of a sensation wis
sprang in file gein-ial assembly when ench
senator 1111 1 repi saiuaiive recilved by
null a length) mciiurlal to the general
assembls, making obliges against Presi
dent Jesse, of tno state university nt Col
umbti, and tailing for an Investigation as
to their truth Tho memorial wns signed
by 11 G Kle-hl, who dining sever il )e-.trs
his ben .111 unrelenting opponent to
Jesse, Charges of Incompetency, of fivoi
Itlsm, of petty despotism and of fostering
III breeding places of resort are made.
GOING TO ST, LOUIS TO-fllGHT?
Iluillngton i onto train leaves nt i 15 p.
in, Tho only line tunning through sleepers
With new elivnut lompaitmcn bvrihs und
buffet. Servtee uusui passed.
I'l.HMV f HVWAHAN 'I IllIMIDj:.
lliui- "ell uf Hi solution lVrtlui-nt to I It it
iiiuiitr) lutrudtiiiel In thu House-.
Washington, Jan. 21. Three sets of rest
oliitlius on the Hawaiian question were
to-das iuetoduccel lu tho house and ie
fined 'ih- Hi', by Mr lire MiuM-'o
(Ks.) favors amio-atlon, Tho snond, b)
Ml atom, calld on the resident foi lu
form Hi jii iflillng to the report that
the rebellion In Honolulu was Inclled by
Hrltlsh subjects, and that the Hrltlsh mill
liter Intervened to prevent the application
of m 11 till hiv. Th" third, by Ml. Hre-ck-Inrldge
(Ky). '"alls attention to the crisis
successfully past through during the past
week by the republic- of France ami Ha.
wall, and ofterlng congratulations on their
ablllt) to maintain order and pre-.vne
The contract has been let, tho prtmit lias ln.cn issued nnd the work
of tearing down tin- old Kiimi) hall li.i't begun. iHiilding will
be pushed .it once and win bo tea Iv for occupancy by Oc
tober t. Hetween now mul then no other opportunity
than the pie-i-nt vvia pie mt it ul( lor disposing of
our heavy weight Le o Is lw must go now.
Ami tbcv nrj gom tip prices are too
. . tempt-. 1.; to be 10 , -tul . .
SEE THM FOR YOURSELF.
Ulsters, ml Ovi 1 01tstlntcl1.il C- ;
lunge dlinllrilliu undergo. ' ' ""
V"tir nnd Oeeicojts thitctnl- C .
Ii mja elliptic ttltm unele-r 1 .
c'ldrr nnd Oeercoitntliatih.il- C", . -l-ne
eiupllcillon under IS "t1-' '
Ul'ten and OM-rcnit-that ehlt- & .
le-igs duplication under JIJW ''
Lutrr nnd Ovcrcoatt tint clnl eC'J . -Iciiko
dupllcilluti undet ?15 . ,lJ,-l
UMcri and Orrreoiti that
ihallengo dupllcitloii utidit JjjIO.O-5
ristor and Overi-ini" Hut
ciiillenge duplication " ler $ j T ,C)rr
When a chance to save as great as
without investigation 13 lecMesoly extravagant. 10 soo tticm
costs you nothing, and if you feel that youcan buy to bet
ter advantage elsewhere you arc at liberty to deal
there. Hut if you look you'll buy, that's certain.
I 500, THE' 500, I
I MAIN ST. Jl WjM' MAIN ST. I
LARQGST CLOTHING STORE IN KANSAS CITY. I
JDDGE RICKS CONFIDENT.
f-VTiS nn WILL 11 K Aliri.Y i:om.ic
ATI1I) 1JV TIIK COMMIlli:i
hiljie the Chnrgeie Agnlint Him Are .llall-
clnim nml In-etlcntcil l,y It iiim ot
t-nnii, of 1114 IlcclsliHii In lu-
tcntiitu CiMiimerco Cni".
aEhlnirton, Jan. 21. Judpe A J.Hlcks.ot
Cleveland, accompanied bs I1I1 counel, nr
rlved In tills city to appear before the com
mittee of the hou-o of representatives to
anwer the chaises pieferred afralnt him
by the Central Labor Union ot Cleveland.
In answer to questions by a lopreientatlvi
of the Associated Presl, JtnUe Hicks (.aid.
' The substance of the chaiRO made Is th it
I have retained fees cl ilmeel by mi- bv xlr
tue of mv former clerkship which I should
hive paid eivei to the Unlte-d Mate- There
Is absolute I) no tiutii III tin- chtuj;e 'lhe
whole iccusatlon embraces three Items nfr-Stee-itlm-
pome $TO, -mil In in) lepoits lis
eleik foi the )enr ISvi and the ill -1 half rf
! J 1 cluu Kid msself with this very
amount as p trt of my compensation ns
clerk, the ehari-e belim mid- upon account
cf riroids In whit 111 e known as tin Illid
miII 1 isos The iictu il makliitr of morels
In all clerks' olllees Is alwass 1111115 months
1, hind the dl-pos el of eases In this was
ii IiippctH-d tint the lec-ords 111 these- e isi i
in whl'li I had so e-haif-nd msselt with :7i'
1 - fore actually re cell luff the fline, were
completed until nflor 1115 appointment
i 1u1ki- When the- fees In c 1-, s w.-r-pild
to me, they amounted to S1.7J2 10. l'or
thlx amount 1 forwaidod the propel de
li irtment ot ine R-overnnn'iii 11 nm m in
in nt nnd account, which m count as so ic-
lirt 1 l'S" me Is as follows,
A J Hicks, late cl- rk United States
circuit couit, Northern district of Ohio, to
I nlted States, debtor- To amount received
fur m iklnff tlnal record In elffhty Hirdsall
cases as per statements, $I,T1 IS,
"Credit i l.y amount reported as part of
bis emoluments lor first half of liSS, the
Finn of ?w,m.
H5 amount reported In last half of IPS',
Film of $:SI ir.!; by ninount re-ported In first
h ilf of 1SS9, Mini of $17 17, inakliiK the total
sum iipoitid, 7t0 71, Hy iimount p ild Mlsi
Mills, per vouchor, TCO lly nmoiint paid
Short .'- I'otman, jwr vouchor, $In 7". Totil
eieillls, f1,115r.l Hy draft for ba moo due
United States, foot Cl "
In this aocount, ns above shown, I re
timed only that which hud been ohawd
to me nnd tho actual expense of maklnB
tho lecoids, which epene was allowed
1110 by liw
"IlavltiK fully nccounted ond lespondod
to every duty of tho government In this
i.sp ot I cannot but ici;aid tho pioneiu
tlon of the charjo as not onls unwar
ranted but as aetuited by mnllclous mo
tives by thopo who havo taki n ofteiiu at
rulltiKS in ido by mo as a JtidBei of the
I'nlted States courts.
"I am hero at the susijestlon of the
roiumlttee and am i;lad ot the- opportunity
to meet them fuca to f ice. I hive until
I11B to couoe il lu this matter and the f.u In
entitle mo to complete exoneration, utile Ii
I am confident will bo elven mo by nns
body of men Investli-ailmr the subjee-t and
bermnliiK finnlllar with thu facts."
In lamliidluK their lulef, vvhl-Mi will bo
submitted to-morrow to tho committer,
JuiIbo Hicks counsel siyi
"Centlemen of tho Committee There Is
no argument In 1 iltlcl.IiiK tho source form
which tho aecus-atlona come, but It is .1
well known fact In this circuit that fenr
losn liindllns of riotous conduct tint
thif'itontd the destine lion of tho Interstate
commerce, Itutlrited UK-Hlist the Judge of
this district the Impl u-able hostlllt) of ,1
cerlaln cl-isj of iltUens Ills attitude
however, and bis utterances upon tho
bench luvo met the nppioval of review
ing courts and learned legal authorities
It Is the llrst limn In tin, history of tho
judicial)' of thu United States that the
dlschaiKa of duty b) 11 juelgo has been
mado tho oeeaslen for mi Inquisition Into
his business initliols prior to his appoint
ment us Judge e submit that not only
should tho committee ncepilt Judge Hicks
of tho chirges presented In the memorial,
but should t ike pleasuro lu s lying th it
t hoi o is nnthluy In the evidence to which
they should give an consideration."
Sedalli, Mo., Jan, .1. (Special.) W. II
Jlesscrdy, aged 10 cirs, a prominent dr)
goods merchant, and until recently the
head of the firm of Messerdy Miishake,
died of heart failure to-day at his home
here utter a thrco class" Illness,
Highest of all in Leavening Power. t.atest U.S. Gov't Report
Stout hen weight Itlblx-d Unttar
we u, tli.ul worth luo ,
A fine line ot heivr ramnl'1 hair
li.id worth lullv Ms.
I'lporn lined and t11tur.1t wool Uti
t-erivear, worth 75c .. ..
r'lno all wool grey Underwear,
worth ut le aii Vc 1 garment
strictly mtn fltii nil wool Mncr
tt tminc-il he-ivy IJndcrwcir, north
.Mulleated ll'd riinnl Underwear,
Coeulncal dye, worth II '.'A
A lire,o lot of Ranton riannel
Drawer, worth 7)o . . ..
this presents itself to let it pass
NEWS FROM LEAYENWORTH.
Alll r. II.MIKDTOTIIIIWOUTTIT POOR
J1V C()MMISSIOXi:it ItODIIMIADS.
fleeting of (ioii-rnmc-tit 1'mployes Who
Ifneii Claims for Hue k I'ay Tho
e-H Vi ltnnnlrn llotrt Sold
IIUr, lliui, 011s Items,
Tho worthy countv poor nro being cared
for bs Commissioner Hodenhaus as rapld
ls ns possible. The demands arc numerous
and mans' men are npphlng for ahl now
who weio ottered work last summer and
refuse el Mr. Itodenhius v orks in con
junction v.lth the 1 idle' relief committee
In the inattci of chirltles extended
'I fn-j VV lilt VVlitit Is flu,- t he til.
Tho back pas' claim mis held a meeting
at the- couit house Sund iv l'oter Cirm'l
was elioien chalrmnn, and John K ('1 Igb
ton seeretnrv The secret irv of the miet.
Ing was instructed to open correspond n o
Willi all ex-government emploses who we re
entitled to back p is on overtime perv I e
for tho government under the e iglit hoi
net l're-ssuie will be brought to boar e
congress to liquid ite the cl lims, v.libli
amount to fSO.000 lu this locality.
J'lstlie Johnson sosterdav dlsmlfsed
James Ci.ivins, ullas J It Stanford, ve ho
wns arrested fui the nbductlon of tho 15
Sear old d iu'hti r of J. 13. Ueiris, fonnerly
of tliis cltv, but now of I, iwreiue
lt Iv. Hruce his aeiepted a clevrkshlp
with Secretin) of State W. C JMwnrds.
Hi- will ripoit for duty In June
The real estate, transfers ,,f the past
Si ir aggiegate marl)" .' WiV.i.vo lu tlili city.
The new Uelmonlco hotel vv is sestcr
dav sol I ut public sale at the court houso
undei nn order from the Unlte-d States
court bs Special Jlaster Dissler nnd vvai
knocked down to I. (I. Ilopklna for J."i,0M
for John Noble, of Topekn, who held 0
19,000 mom-age on the property. Hut one
bid was offered
The Hev. Dcnhniu'- audience Sunday
evening was n packed house. Ho preached
on 'The l'ower of a I.lfe." Ills themo
last night was "Quit Your Meanness."
Tin- ninlli noe wis large,
Contractor Smith will complPte th pav
ing of Deliwnru stroot to-morrow. The
1111 1 1 hints nnd property owners along
that stioet are greatly pleased over Its
Joseph Turner, of Easton, wns fined $10.
and costs by ". II. Jloud, Justice of tho
pinie, for a-baultlng a peddler named
.Mindel GInzer. Turner vra.s let olf easy
b) tho Justice on his promlsn to behava
himsi-lf In th future.
Tho homo of J W. Sexton, on tho nve
nue, would doubtless have been destros-ed
bv llro Sundav evening had It not been
for Jullii". S Edward, who bent In th.i
alirni and did valuable) work whllo tho
ih p irtment was coming. The family
tilled the Move with coal and afterward
went out for tho evening; tho stove be
came r, d-hot, lgnltlm a folding bed near
ti) l'lio loss was about $200, fully Insured.
Crawford his booked several new at
ti.iitlous for this week.
Hi 11 Harper Rliot nn Immense wild goose
lu tho slough Sunday. Ills companion,
I'ir-d Comstock, brought down a number
JmUo Hodklns delivered tho Home Keel
ey Club a rousing lecture Suudus'.
Jus lieu Carney went to Olathe yesler
Or. Carpenter reports twenty-ono deaths
and twenty-four births for December.
Ma) or Uodsworlli will to-diy appoint A
reception loiiunltteo for tho real estato
men of the Mate-, who meot here January
ii und it, Hmquot tickets ara selling
rapidly ami tno Iniflcatlons aro that fully
l.oou will attend thu bauqucl.
Money for 1)1.1 iliuiiia Tapers.
W.enhingtou. Jan. 21. esioeelal V Senntnr
Mai nil ic-ported fuvoiably to-diy a bill
to pay the Capitol I'ubllshing Company, ot
Uuihrle. 5710, V. II Thomtion, former
editor of tho Outhrle News, 5750, nnd J H.
Campbell, editor of tho llennessiy Clipper,
ijle., fui piiiitiug the proel imntloii opening
the Cheseliue and Arapahoe resei v.itioua
Vioomo inv lng the renort Is a letti-r fnr
tho reeicl iry of tho Interior dated August
14 taking the position that LO should ba
allowed each of the Guthrie papers pub
lishing tho proclimatlon. but It Is observed
in the upoit that the Uuthrle journals nro
dally pipeis, which fact had doubtless been
overlooked by the secretars'. An effort will
bo m ulo to have the itltuwnnce included In
the sundry service bill.
' gie-w'T!Jsft'yj- iscfir