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TIIR KANSAS CITY JOrttXAI, WEDNESDAY, JAM'AltV 2H, 1895.
YIGTORY FOR BELLEYUES.
WON A XVVA.U t't.AVIIlt HAMT. tN TIIK
for llio rirl Time Thry 1'nMiil llir 'J,.1lll
Murki llcitlui; Ilirlr Opponents tlio
(!, by u Omul Miirulii -diner.
1 1 Sporting .Vein,
There was a rattling good game In the
bowling tournament played on the Itnynl
nllryi lam evening between the lleltevties
nittl ihe Owls. The llcllevues won und for
the ilm llmi In the tournament succeeded
in passing ttie coveted S.6W mark. Tho
tcore at the llnlsh stood 2,iVit for the lielle
vnc to !,lir for the On Is, so the sto-k
yiu.li men, though beaten, bowled n hlKlily
creditable score and gave the Victors n
hard race throughout. "Kid" Morris, of
the Dellevui'S, again demonstrated that
he is a bowler of the first rank by making
the high score of S7., Ihe second highest
of thu tournament. Me bowled twenty-two
frame without a break, but In the Inst
ten frames he fell down somewhat, or ha
would have cone well uver the C"J innik
and might have broken the Individual
record, Crlder, of the OnI, also bowled
In excellent form, finishing w!lth the good
mark of Mi, nnd these two Were the only
bowlers to mis the (AH murk, though Davis,
L.uvson, llaston nnd Dietrich were till
right ui-on It.
The Kiiinc wan n fast and well played
one nnu tho Interest Was well sustained
throughout. The Hellevues again started
off at a record breaking pace and soon at
quired a Koot lend, but tlio owls soon st t
tied down to their work, and while the
Hellevues led nil the way, the owls had n
chance to win out, and at one singe of the
natm they had almost wined out the lead
of Lhc Hellenics, llaston, a new howler,
made hu Hrst appearance with th Uivls,
nd made the creultablo score of 4'.J. Diet
rich was in extremely hard luck In the
llrsi half of the game, but In (he second
half he picked up and bunched live strikes,
finishing, with n good sote.
In st-tkrs the Ilellciui-s led by forty to
thirty-nine and In spares they excelled by
seventy to lifty-nlue. In Individual striken
.Morris n the lender with an even do.en
an 1 In Individual spares Davis was the
The result of tho game Improves the
changes of the Hellvues for ciond place
und puts the Owls win re tlaey will have
to work hard to escape mil end honors.
This evening the Kansas City and the
Standards will bowl on the Itoyal alleys.
When these teams met for the hrst t.mo
In tlm tournament the Standards Rave the
champions the only defeat they have ever
suffered, and the Kansas City are pining
for revenge, while the Standard" ate confi
dent they will be able to do the trick ngaln,
to tne came promises lo bs one of unusual
Last night's rrore:
Strikes. Spires. Tot
Davis i; is v.'-j
I.uwson pi 10 -i:ii
Morris 12 K C7S
.Makepeace ; 17
l'ortcous r, tr, 412
Strikes. Spares. Tot.
Crlder 7 17 112
Dietrich ft It) -1M
Clark T : m
llaston 8 13 1W
l'ortcous S 10 j
Totals m to 2,115
liOWI.l.NC. TOUKNWMIINT UlX'(lltl).
Work of tho IHITi'ri'iil Tpiiiiii and liujers
l"i ti Date.
Won. I,ot. Cent.
Kansas Clt3 7 1 .S7.1
Klectrlcs ft 3 .itii
UellevncR ft I .ft".
Standards ,". I .ftfto
Vikings 2 0, .2.V)
OwK 2 7 .222
IIHSIIUST INDIVIDUAL SCOlti:?.
Kansas City Hell fill
Hllevues Morris ,"7S
Klectrlcs Lambert f,."i;
Standards Tuttle .TO
Owls Dietrich r.r,.l
Vikings Peilcts-m fl
HlC.linST TIJAM SCOUKS.
Kansas Cltys 2.W2
HlKhest score on Itoyal allcyes Kansas
IllKhest score on llrnnd alleys Kansas
1'Ihm'hIt ltmlliiK: (illb.
The weekly roll of the Phoenix liowllntr
Club was held on the Koyal alleys last
evening-. Colin winning; the medal on the
Strikes. Spares. Tot.
Colin 12 S im
J Haer n 1.1 435
LohI, 7 ft 423
llir.-rh 7 5 37S
L Raer fi 7 371
Silverman 7 3 55
Shane 0 fl 323
Lowensteln I 1 255
Mnr llinvlini; Rliili,
The followim; scores were made at
weekly roll of the Star Uotvllns Club,
on the Iirunswick alleys Inst evenlnrc:
CralK 4 i
Maxwell a 0
Thompson 5 12
Pi-ydi n 5 12
Jam.-un 3 10
Mark' 3 10
Ii-i-wi II in
Po'r. ry 7 13
Itopktns , C 5
Snti l-'riliii'lstMi iliipf.
Sr.n Pranclseo, Jan. 22. , lot of poor
noises started to-dav, but thoy put up
tome Kood laeliiR. The favorites won the
frond, third and iifth races. Tho last
rat-t was di-Wared off anil another one nut
ton up In its place.
First race Klvo nnd ono-half furlongs;
celling. Pli'-elln, 101 (McAnllfre), 3 to 1,
won. Joe J-'riuik, 07 (llelnrlehsl, s to I,
t-econil: NliiRiitu, t3 (Cochran), 3 to 1, third.
Seeond race l-Tvo nnd one-half furlonRS;
filllm,-. Xnmpost, lid (Cum, 5 to 2. won;
Hill lllnt'cr. 10 (Coikruni, 1, to 1, seeond;
Mmlnecr, 101 (Smltlij, 4 tu 1, third. Time,
Third race .Seven finlotiBs; selllnc. SIIro.
10:1 (coekrani, i to 5. won; Ciussle, in.,
UIclnrlehHj, , to 1, second; Ilydy, 103 (0.rlf
iin), 3 to 1. third. Time, 1:5.
Fourth laco Five ami one-half furloiiKs;
Felling. Mm ven, 121 (Chornj. 4 to 1, won;
Major Cook. UD (Can), 1 to 2, recond; Chi.
qnlto, 112 lOrilllnJ, 5 to 1, third. Time.
Fltth rac Fivo furloiiKs; sclllnir. Ho.
lampnKo, 101 (.Chorn), 0 tn 5. won; l.lttlo
I!ob f5 (Isom). 3 to 1, socoml; ljckort. 101
(HcIih-IcIis), third. Time, 1;15.
rtrtv Orlemm Itaeev.
Kew Orleans Jan. :2.-Thlrty-niiith day
Crescent City Jockey Club's winter meet
Inc, Weather line; tifitk slow; attendance
.J'lr4!.t race SSjIllnff; six furloncs. Sylvan,
102 (Turner), Ij to 1, won; Little Phil, nig
(Maybcrry). 12 to I, -ei-ond: Tipstaff. 103
(Fink). 3 to 1, third. Time, 1:20.
Hf,";1 raecTur,?,?: .lx 'irlonRs. Lonl
Wlllowbrook. 105 (CasBln), S to 1, won;
Miss Clark, Ki (L. Sodent, " to 2, serond:
Tramp, 105 (Turner), 10 to 1, third. Time,
'Third race Purse; live furloncs. Dr.
Reed. 107 (Washnnt), 10 to 1, won; Mark
B., 107 (Hennessey), 15 to I, Mcondi Her
kimer, 105 (T. Powers), 20 to I. third. Time,
Fourth race Handicap; seven furlongs.
H. F. Flv, Jr.. 105 (J HUD. !- to 1, won
Miss Gallop, ins (C.isuln). 7 to 2, second;
Clara Hauer, 121 (Thorpe), D to 5, third.
Fifth r.iee Selllni;; one mile. Hurrel's
Itlllet. 112 (J. McDonald). 3 to 1, won;
Hrakeman, 112 iThorpe), 10 to 1, second;
Imp. Wolsey, 113 (McC'ue), 12 to I, third.
Bt. Louis, Mo., Jan. 22. First raceFive
and one.half furloiiKs. Headlomr won:
J. H. Mc, second; Aunes II.. third. Time,
'Second race Four ami one.half furlongs.
April Fool won: Hubert O'.Veil, becond;
Ilella a., third. Time. Q:tt&.
Third race live fiuliiiKS. Uaycourt wbn:
Van B., second; Hilly Duncan, third. Time,
Fourth race Five and one-half furlongs,
Voluiteer II. won; Perblalte, tecond; Cae
sar, third, Time, :ll.
Fifth race-Six furloiiKs. Fred Wooley
won: Head or Tall', second: an Zant,
thlfd. Time, 1:19.
Athlottu Atsoi'lUlnii onicer.
Lawrence, Kas.. Jan 22. (Special.) The
annual election of the otllecrs of the Kan
sas University Athletic .srociatlon for the
romlnK yeai has just been held. The com-
pieiV kl IS U) 4Uil'JV&, liivjuillll, til? tun,.- ,
antrs for tho various teams; 'resident,
H. I, Maxwell; vl'-e president, J. H. Chea--die;
secretar, Itoifa Mitchell; baseballj
manner, lluch Mmn trnrk nlhli lls
manager, Andy Foster, football mnnnK'-r,
J. A. Simpson. For the latter olllce there
was n very vigorous nnd lonR drawn out
llKht. Mr. Simpson will manage the team
all throiiKh the n-xt playlr.rr season.
Aluber nn n Points,
, Cincinnati, O., .tah !t -Tho (lent tn-nlttht
befon the l'ooplc's .Theater Athtfdlc t'lttli
between Dan Ncedlmm mid Shadow Mn
ber w-ns ileclared In favor nf Mnbcr on
point at the end nf the tenth round. It
was Ilen-ely contested. Neclhrtttl showed
Kreat pluck, but Ids adversary landed mist
tif the blows. The only blood tlrnwti was
lit the fit tli round, when th skin wns
broken nhnvn Net'dlmm's left eye. Tho
ittttMidnncp erowded tho thenter. The ncn
ti'Slnnts itet W per cent of Rate receipts,
SANTA FE CHANGES.
(teucrat Sblftliu; Arniind In the l',i""i il:cr
llep.irtiui ni-Mcolxui (lues In
Chicago, Jan. 22. Several Important
cliansres weie made to-dny In Hit- pasen
iter department of the Atchison road. The
petition of Mslstint trnlllc tnnniiRor here
tofore lield by John J. Ityme was abol
ished ahd Mr. llyme has been appointed
cenernt passenger agent of the Atlantic
1'nellle ami also of the Southern Cal
ifornia railway. Ills headquarters will be
at Lo Angeles, if. (1. Thompson, who
has heretofore been with the Southern
California road, has been appointed as
sistant to Passenger Trrilllc Mntmger
White nnd will be removed to Chicago.
Ueorc T. Nicholson will net as general
pnssencer nsent of Ihe Atchison system
and will hnc hi headquarters In Chi
eairo. All these changes will be effective
Illnehart MliidMi Put an t:iid In Ills Life
by Hualloulng "lt drain of
Illnehart Wlndish, employed In the store
of Lloyd, Lain ,t- Thompson, took sixty
(trains of innrphlne at 8 o'clock last nlxtu
nt his residence. No. 110". Oak street.
Ho died at 1 o'clock this inoiuliii:. Wlnd
ish was In charge of tho dry goods de
partment of the linn, nnd llvocl with bin
wlfo at the place where lie died. He bud
been drinking for two or three days, nnd
It Is believed Hint lie became despondent,
and swallowed tho drutr to put an end to
hi life. lie was about 45 year. of ago.
HI remnln were tnken to the undertaking'
establishment of Stewart ,t Carroll.
CO.M.MI ItT.t: ( AMI'.NDJir.NTS.
II Mill He Sent to ,l!'ITcrim Clly by the
The Knns.in City Pair Aoclatlon held ,a
meotliig at the Conies House last nlKht
and made dual arrangements to send a
committee on amendments of the law to
Jefferson Cltr to-night to confer to-morrow
with cummlttecM from similar orgnnl
satlonH throughout thu slate, und from the
State liar Association, over Important
changes to be made In the statutes. Presi
dent itardlner Latltrnp Is In JelTcison City
In nttendaiice upon the supreme court, and
will remain then, to net with th cumnilt
tce, which will Ieuvo to-night. The cou
fen'iico will take place to-moirow. In the
licence of president Lathrop. the meeting
last night was piesliled ov, r by W. 11.
Lucas. The time wuk spent In discussing:
proposed amendments, the meeting voting
ns the sense of the meeting that the pan
sage of the amendment to the constitution
recommended by the St. Leitils und St.
Joseph liar Associations was not ut present
expedient. Judge Dobson w-.is present, nnd
topotted the result of n conference held
by tho judges of tho state He recom
mended that tho law legukttlug' applica
tions for changes nf venue be changed so
that thu (piestton of prejudice of the court
bo made a question of fact to be tried us
such by the court. This the nssoelntion
readily ngrecil to, ns It was generally ad
mitted that the present code, which allows
n Hlmplu Bflldavlt of prejudice to selllo the
whole matter, was very much abused.
Saliford li. Laid resubmitted the amend
ment submitted by L. C. Oage two yoaca
ago for consolidating action lor the collec
tion of 11 note so that the Indorser and
guarantor can be made defendants with
tlio maker, and so that the on.- Judgment
may go against nil. The elmlr was also
Instructed to nppolnt a cummlttee of tlnco'
to confer with the judges of tho Kansas
City e-ouit of appeal und Induce it to
modify the rules of that court so as to
admit of short oral arguments on motions
for rehearlngs. The meeting then ad
journed subject to call of tho chair.
Mx-o.vi) WAitt) rit.um.s.
shown Up In lli.pn.ltliiii T.iKen in Ihe I)e
Depositions are being taken in the of
11. -es of Heebe & Watson to be offered ns
evidence In th.i Dellord-.McCurdy election
contest. The Second ward election frauds
were exposed Very effectively In the testi
mony taken yesterday.
Mrs. Mat tie Chllds. who keeps a rooming
house nt 501 Walnut street, icMliled that
W. 1). Ishnm and A. A. Clark, two of the
election Judges In the Seventh precinct,
came to her house one week before tho
election and left the day after. She tes
''be'!, that Dr. Krueger engajred rooms foil-rank
IJroderkk, another judge in the Sev
enth precinct, and thut llroderb k moved In
and left two days before the election. The
rooms for Clark and Ishum were , ngaged
v auuii nun, wuii sine wnisKers.
roomed or boarded nr bee hnnw..
John Clifford, a saloonkeeper nt ana
Main street, swore that he had never heard
of forty-two men in n list of sixty-eight
who voted from his saloon.
C. L Cunnlnirr.ani, a painter, of 100 Hast
Third street, wore that he had never
heard of six men who had voter! from his
house. .1. 11, s.iss declared thut a lot of
men. whose names were read as having
voted from his place at 12 East Fourth
street, had never staved there. Liza Pence,
a barber at 7 Last Third street for twelve
years, hail never heard of but one man out
of a list of twenty-one who voted from his
place, and that one has been In the peni
tentiary for threo years and U there
ltiilpb liigall-. In the liar Association,
Ilalpli Ingalls, n son of ex-United States
Senator John J. .Ingnlls, who has recently
cotno to Kansas' City from Topcka nnd
opened a law otTlee with Attorney John
Sullivan In the New York J.lfo bulldlnrr,
was voted In as a member of the Kansas
City liar Association lat night.
I. H. Kegler, St. LqiiIj, is nt the Coates.
.1. v.. Coulter, Cirand Ilaplrls, Is nt the
C. A. Harnett, Mollne, Is at tho Coates
F. J. Frcnoh, Itochcstor, I nt tho Coates.
W. !J. Suits, Chicago, Is at tho Cotitos,
J. K, Dennlson, Hoston, Is nt tho Coates.
It. W, Laflln, Hentrlce, Is at tho Coatee,
M. S. CobkswcH, Albuquerque, Is at the
A. It. Phuhl, Han Francisco, Is at the
O. W. Decker, Newport, Is nt tho Coates,
J. W. Hulllnsrr, "t Jefferson City, Mo.,
Is at tha New Albany,
J, n. Chilly, of Frankfort, Kas., was nt
tho New Albany yesterday,
W. II. Nuytor, of Haxter Springe, Mo.,
is nt tho New Albany.
:. C. Loomls, of Ord, Neb,, was at the
Now Albany yesterday,
A. 13. Comes and V. T. Hobson, of ISojj
era. Kas., arc at the New Albany.
Frank A. Ikebe, St, Louis, Is at tlio Vie.
Felix Autiilll. Mexico, Is nt tho Vlctorln.
W, H. Dulfcnbacher, Chicago, Is ut the
fleorge II, Armstrong, New York, Is at
V, II. Craft, Chicago, Is at tho Victoria.
Kidney Hoyden, llolton, Is ut the Vic.
Fred II. Qulncy, Sallna, Is at the Vic
toria, M. M- IHggrf, Sallna, Is at tho Victoria.
United Situtea Marshall Jo Shelby went
to IlatfB county yesterday mornln., whern
h spent the day looking after some mut
ters connected with his farm interests
Mr, Charles f. pulp, of Sallna, Kas.,
was at the Midland hotel last evening.
Mr. Culn Is a fellow townsman of J. It.
liurton, who made such a gallant Dalit
for the United States tenalorshlp last
week at Topcka, and felt a warm interest
In the matter.
GOVERNOR STONE'S HAND.
II tstililtn Hall' figured III the Rtuldrii
IiI-iuMmI nt the llrnnd .lury i'ut-
tli- Drawing New tlurnr.
H Wn roporlvl Inst night on pretty good
nulhor'.t) lhat It wns the linml of tlovcrn
or Stone which cnuserl tin' dlf missal of the
Rrnnd Jury yesterday, nml Unit lie lind or
dered t lint a new gram! Juty be ilrnwn nml
summoned fottliwlth. This, II wns said,
had I" en done because the governor had
learned that there were one 'or two mem
bers or the grand Jury Just dismissed who
were ftlend.4 of i-ome of those licensed if
complicity In the election frntids to be
Investigated. This, It Is said, the notcrnor
would not let pass by, for, while lie hud
every oonflitenco In most of tho members
of the grand Jury, he did not wish II pos
sible for nny one to sny that thets hail not
been it determined effort to tmenrth the
pcrpclrnloro of thn election thieving nml
Hie forgeiles of election returns.
It wns well understood last night that
Ihe order Would go forth this ttinrnliiK for
the draw-In of u new (tram! Jury by the
county court to-dny, nnd that before nlglit
the mimes of the grand Jutors would be In
the hands of deputy sheriffs nnd out for
service, It wns further reported that If
the next grand Jury tllrl not ttttn out to
be satisfactory to the frovcrnor that he
would see lo It that It should be dis
charged nnd nnothtr sot of men Im
pnnekd. The rumor Hint the governor had
taken surh u decided and personal stand
in the matter created no little talk In le
gal and ofltelnl circles about the city
Tun Maslttd liobbcr Lntcr :i Saloon 011
l:ut Ninth Street mill Loot III.)
Thomas Clnrk, bartender In Otto X.lm
iner'a snlnon, No. 1713 Knst Ninth Htrect,
telephoned police headrftiurtti a tit 12:30
o'clock this inornlnc Hint lie was held Up
anil robbed in the saloon by two masked
man n few moments prior to that time.
Zlmmer's saloon Is next door to the
butcher shop of P.oss. & Co., Ill which
Vernon Itoss, ono of thu proprietory, wns
tabued by two men, who were nlso
innsked, 11 week nKn.
Clnrk tohl the nlllcrrs who were 'ent
to lnvcstlgute the robbery thut he wns
nlone lit the saloon at tho time mill wns
sdttlriK tit the end of the bar fartheat
lrom tho door tvuding n newspaper. The
robbers entered and stood ut the out
side of n scrct'n. which was between
them nnd Clark, and talked In it 11 under
tone. Clark, hearing them, arose and
walked to the front of tho saloon and
took 11 position where ho could sec the
men. As he Old so he observed thut
they wore masks that almost completely
covered their fares. Clark rnn to pft
a revolver from n drawer, but before ho
could elo so one of tlio robbers covered
him with a revolver und commanded him
to "throw up" Ills hands. Clark com
plied with tho order as quickly a3 pos
sible. The other robber than went be
hind tho bar and took S27 from tho cnh
drawer. While he Was (loins so the rob
ber who held the weapon secured tho re
volver Clark tried to get anil took the
cartridges out nf it. lie then laid the
revolver upon the bar.
When the robbers vvero leaving- the sa
loon they were tailing- Hie revolver from
which tho cartridges had been extracted,
but Clnrk Implored them not to take It,
saying th.it it beloiifccil to dimmer and
that he prized it highly. One or the rob
bers exclaimed: "Well, If tho old man is
dcnil stuck on do gun, we'll leave it.
See!" They then eloparlcd, Kolng east
on Ninth street. Clark waited until they
were out of Mg-ht and then notllled the
police. The robbers took nothing; from
DentliN and Funerril.
Mrs. L. C. Hounds, wife of It. F. Hounds,
a manufacturer of artltlclal limb, died
vesterday at her home, Sir, Wabash avenue.
She was 37 years of age. The funeral
services will be held at 2i0 o'clock this
afternoon. . ,, ,
Jennie Hawkins, a 14-year-old child, died
vesterday of pneumonia at her home bits
Jefferson -street. The funeral aitange
ments have not yet been made.
Joseph Dernpi-ter died yesterday at his
home, liilt liianil avenue, lie wa.- a mem
ber of Kaw Valley lodge No. 315. 1. i. o. F.,
of Kansas city, Kas.
The funeral services over the remains of
Daniel llvan. who died on Sunday at hi
home. 2325 Walnut street, were held at 9
o'clock vesterday morning 11 1 St. Vincent's
church. The burial was In Mount St.
Mary's cemetery. , ,
The run.-rul services over th" remains of
Mrs. Catherine 13 Stone, wife of Alfred
H Stone, who died on Monday night at her
home. 1410 Woodland avenue, will be held
nt 2 o'clock this afternoon. The burial will
be In F.lmvvood cemetery. I lev. Dr. John
J3. Itoberts will olllelate.
The funeral services over the remains of
Miss Maria Louis Cole, who riled on Sun
day at her home, 615 Harneld avenue, were
held nt 10 o'clock yesterday morning nt
St John's chinch. Father Phalen plllclat
Inc The casket was covered with (low
ers' The burial was In Mount St. Mnry'n
MiirrluttO License Ismied.
Tho following couples vvero yesterday
licensee! to wed:
Name . Age.
Dr. J. A. Wilson, Niekerson, Kns 43
Emma Sain, Nlckerson. Kas S3
James Orle McCracken, Kansas City 31
1311a TtussiH, Jackeon county 20
The following births were reported to
the board of health yesterday:
Irmer, ITorlnu and Pauline; boy; 411 Fast
ElBhtcenth: January W.
Winn. K. L. and Mamlo; boy; 501 Nor
ton; January 21.
Deltvs, Albert am! Mary; boy; 2102 Fair
mount; January 12
fVCotinell, D. nnd D.; boy; 1C02 Holmes;
Lubman. n. nnd Fannie; boy; 515 Locust;
Spring, Leo nnd S. J.; boy; 1101 Wabash:
JltllUQ tV IS.
Hr-ui.-h, WllHim and M. C; clrl; ISIS
Fast Eighteenth: January I,
Thompson, J. I. nnd L.; girt; 2317 Wa
bash; January 9.
Foley, James and Hrldscti boy; 010 Wash.
Inglon; January 20.
Oray, C. II. and Delia; girl; 1510 Jackson;
Drown, J. P. and Mary A.; girl; 10l7!i
Michigan; January 12.
Dalln, Andrew and Sophie; boy; 2000
Terrace; January '7.
Smith, F. M. and SI. K.; boy; 1337 Jeffer
son: January 51.
Pierce, JloRes and Jlollle; girl; 2507 Wood
land: January JO.
Ilau, Adam and Klizabeth.; boy; 2300 In
dlana; January SO.
Wtebald. Herman and Mary; boy; IC23
Hay; January 23.
Hansel, Frank am! Dora; elrl; 1301 High
land; January 17.
Tho followim; death weru reported to
tio board of health ytsterday:
Unknown Infant; January 21; near Fifth
and Troont; burial In Union cemetery.
Cole, Ml Marie; aged 10; January 20;
015 Oarlield; typhold-pnuumonla; burial In
Mount St. Mary's cemetery.
Gets, Sirs. Hlla; aged 20; January 22;
"10 1'enn; septicemia; burial In Itlchards,
Jones; Infant; January 21; 5 Locust;
accidental sulfocatlun; burial In Union
Stewart. Carroll & Smllli, undertakers,
121C Walnut street. Telephone 1015.
I lc.lt h of ,1. Hurtiy Lane.
J. Jlarvoy Lane, who wns, until n year
ago, u boot and shna dealer in Kansas
City, dlcul Middenly in Minneapolis, .Mon
day cvvliln.. At the Hme ut Ids death ho
wus traveling for the ilnn of Smith Sons.
of C'lik'.igo. Iii has a, daughter living lu
this city. Ho was 53 yuara of uge.
Sahiitlrni Army A lull lury.
A meeting will be held Filduy night at
tho Second I'ri.hyierlun church to urgiiu
Izu u branch of the National Auxiliary
Leaguo of the Salvation Army, composed
of persons who nay animal due3, but do
not perform uvllvu service.
A MEMORIAL SESSION,
MisMH'it! m:nati: im- Titlnuri: hi
-i hi: lath .iamm e. M'hi.nni.i.
.Many Lloipirtit Hulocb I'mnounted by Hie
.Member llotirntir Sione Send n
.Meagc lit Hi- Hun- III Itf-lii-
tloti tn the Mule Acllir 111,
JerfcrBOti Clly, .Mo., Jan. 22. (Special.)
This was memorial tiny In the senate,
nn tiecilslOh Induced by thn death of
the late Sennlor McClmil?, of Ml. l.otlls.
The proceeilliiK wtre of a clmracter
never to lie forgotten. Senator Mcllln
nis was the father of lite sellttti, the
best vet set) tiitrllntiR-ntsitintt who 1ms
ever sat In thu. chamber. During many
years ho wns tho accredited authority
on procedure, nnd because of the fact
that each successive president of the
senate referred to him for rnllUKS upon
pednts of order, seilntorlnl courtesy, rel
evniicy, Iltness and conslltutlonallty of
bills, ho became known as tho presi
dent by courtesy, unseated but potential.
In tho history of tho Missouri BPitcml
assembly no other man has Illicit so en
viable n sphere. Always ti member of
the minority putty In the selintc, he
was by common consent the greatest
member nml tho undisputed leader.
After prclltnlnaty procedure In thu
senate this morning'. Senator Hrewster,
of Huchanaii, moved that it stenographer
make n copy of tho remarks In memory
of Senator McUlnnltt nml that such te
mnrks be spread iiKn the minutes in
lull and lhat "i00 copies thereof bo
printed for the use of tho senate. Upon
motion of Senator Slott, a committee of
three Was nppolnted lo escort tho family
of tho Into senator, upon their arrival,
to seats upon the floor of the senate.
Senators Slott, I'eitrs and Nurdematt
were npinjltited as the committee. Upon
motion or Senutor Mott the house wad
nutillul that memorial services would be
held In the senate nt 10:5'0 this morning
and member, of the hotMe wore Invited
to attend. Then a tecess of fifteen min
utes was taken and a hundred addi
tional chairs were placed in the chamber
10 afford seats for members of the house
and fi:' visitors.
At 1U:30 the senate was again called to
order and nt once the family of the de
ceased senator wns escorted to seats of
honor to the right and In front of thu
Senator I'eat-3 said:
"Sir. President According to tho no
tice heretofore Riven, I now ask the sen
ate to dispense with the regular order
and to devote a part of tills day's ses
sion tu the consideration of resolutloin
commemorative! of our late associate In
thli body, James C. SlciSlnnls, senator
trom the city of St. Louis, at thu date
of his death, 1 ask it the rending- of
tho lesolutlon which 1 send to the clerk."
The icsulutlun was ri.ul. It paid a
higjh eulogy to the laic Senator McGln
nls and extended to his family thu tym
puthy of tho senate.
Tho senate then adj, mined and me
morial services began.
Senator Feats, In hi brief address,
said that Senator SlcUliinla was not a
senilis. Hu belonged i" the common
people find his mind, strong, honest, can
did nnd well balanced, innile him a
leader among- men. His was tho genius
nf work, thu candor uf truth and honest
Senator Slott also made nn outended
mldrcfts highly eulogistic of tho dead
senator, In the couite of which he said:
"TlmvouRhly familiar with the affair
of the slate', of unimpeachable honesty
and Integrity, of v.im experience In pub
lic life, his powerful common sense, his
broad-gauged patriotic and liberal views
made him tin invaluable member In com
mittee rooms, as well as on tho lloor of
the assembly, and he never failed to
command for hi views and opinions,
which hu had the faculty of expressing
with remarkable 1 learncss, the most re
spectful coiisi'lir.uion. His wise counsel
was frequently sought and acted upon
by his collfiic.tK' Irrespective of party
vlevvw, nml In- gunnil their unswerving
conlldenco nml high esteem, which ho
maintained to the very last.
"To be trtii' 1" tsotl, country, family,
and to be ju--t and fearless Is tho high
est type of manhood. All these qualities
lie possessed In an eminent degree."
Senntor Harrison spoke of the mng
nlllcent physique, .-plentllrl mentality ami
unswerving- I111. iri ity of tho late senator,
lie said: "Never in mv life before had
I met n man so on""V accessible, so
Inrtrely winning c mildence and so much
deserving It. lie was a man nmong
the million. HI rlso from among- his
childhood's nsso -i.itlons with the lowly
strongly lllustratu tho possibilities of
American mntihoeid. lie was clce-teel four
time to the house and five times to the
sennte. His rei-nrd Is without a parallel.
Tho whole state of Slissourl has felt
his power ami paid tribute to I1I1 nt
tnlnmeuts. !! possessed the power to
command In that degree that ho has
never had an equal lu the state. Ho was
a leader among partisan friends nnd
Senator Ye-ater, in a Fhort address,
paid a magnificent ctilosy to the memory
of tho deceased. Ho said: "Our de
ceased, our beloved and honored brother
.senator, possessed a quality which others
havo not mentioned. Their eulogies
vvero just, f Hut Senator SlcOlnnls pos
sessed, In a wonderful degree, a moral
cotiraKO which never flinched. No other
public man In Slissouti was ever the ob
ject of such unrelenting persecution by
tho press, anil by Interested and mnlls
nant enemies. With a eourago truly
commendable, ho always pressed for
ward In his course and did what his
mind tnuslit htm was feaBnblo und his
eviiiMieiicu tnngtit him was tight. Op
position never swerved him."
Senator Kennlsh said: "Our lato fel
low senator was not horn In this state,
but those who knew him best called him
tho 'tire-litest Sllssourlan.' Ills great
ness of character, his mind, his courage,
his fidelity to duty, his giant physique
and hln deep love for thu stale of ids
adoption marked him as a safe coun
ccllor, a truo friend, a wise legislator
tho man without a peer, tho father of
tho senate, the gre-at and ulwajs truo
legislator of the- statu."
Otlior brief, extemporaneous addresses
vvero made, all couched In tho same hluh
tone of praise-.
Soon after tho Iioiiko conveneej this
morning-, nnd before nny business of im
portance hud been dune, tho governor's
private secretary was announced with
a special messaero to the house. It was
submitted In answer to Dr. Tiibb3' reso
lution, asking- why tho sta.te hoard of
i-quultzatluii had not raised the railroad
assessment as directed by tho resolution
adopted by tho house of ISM, Tho mes
sayo bcuan with tho statement that tho
liouso had been "betrayed Into nn un
warranted criticism of statu ofilclals,"
He denies that tho hoard of e-qualIatlon
has over added $G5,0fl0,000 lo tho farm as
sessincnts of tho state. He declares
that tho nsscisment of 1S03 of ron! and
personal ptoperty aggregated $551,333,1503,
nml of 180), $SS7,27I,310. Tho statu board
incre-ased this $17,010,712. Of the total
increase, $29,100,143 fell on St, Louis city
and county and Jackson county ami $23,
172.K'! on acre property, Tho total as
tested valuation of farm property In
1WI was $300,020,045 and of city nnd town
lots $3S7,70o.CO', vvhllo tho farm taxes
tiBBlvg-uted $707,000 and town lots taxes
The apparent Increase, tho governor
said, vvnb duo to tho attempts of tho
state board to eiiiall-o valuations with
tho counties, and ho gives a number of
Instances where the assessments vvero
not fair and showing vvliero they had
In reference to railroad assessments,
Sir, Stone shows that In 1833 tho rail
toads of the state vvero valued at $C5,-
I 4;-.ooo anil In is.1l nl MMfcS.uoo. m-t In-
iltirlu.' i-rniltittl nessm-nts made by
r-r al nutlii'tiiy. The ni'Hoif of Ihe state
I bnnr.l in il-alllitT with Hie r.iilr.iiis Is
erplnliierl at length and II Is h'lri Hint
the nsesmcntx were made ns nearly In
tonformlly with Justice ns possible. He
nrkn-iulerlera thitt the snpT.trti.-tiircs
nml buildings of railroad are not ns-s--sed
nt full Vrtluc, but the assesmenls
nr relatively ns hlgit ns upon other
property. He shows lhat the nvcraiTO
valuation pet- mile In loivn Is J5.2P.1; In
Kansas, $G.i2': In Illinois. ?.r.2, and In
Sllfourl, $11,157. In ,MIsitirl the Chi
cago Alton Is assessed at $I7,.MU per
mile, while the rami- road in Illinois Is
nrs-'sscrl nt only Jlo.r.l. per mile. If
similar comparisons should bo made of
road extending" front .Missouri Into Iowa
or Kansas the' contrast will appear all
the more marked nnd striking. Thus It
will be seen Hint rait ron d propprtb-s In
Sllssourl nip assessed very much higher
than in Ihe great states upon the border
of this state.
The governor further says: "The Inti
mation contained In the resolution adopted
by the house that the s(.it- board had dis
criminated nirnlnst farm property and In
favor of railroads In making nnd equal
ly.lnjr nsscsMiicnts Is unauthorised by tho
facts. The Inercnso made by the board on
farm property wns only 1.17 per cent, ns
niral'i't ".BR per cent or Increase on railroad
proprrty. 1 rail attention to the faet that
or the J1,037,5.:i paid Into the stnte trcnury
In 19!, about SI per cent wbb derived
from taxes levied upon farm property, r al
and personal: about 10 per cent was from
tnxes roHee-tcd from clly and town prop
erty, 1 nil nnd personal, and the remain
ing 20 per cent entne from corporation nnd
license taxes, anil from miscellaneous
sources. I believe It Is true that n Inr&re
amount of property escapes taxation alto
gether, and that one or two classes of
nroperty arc nsessed much too low; but
this I due to defects In tho law, nml Is a
matter over which the state board hns
absolutely no control, and which can not
bo remedied except by amending the stat
utes. To this very Important work of re
vising und nmcndtig the revenue laws I
Invite the attention nnd co-operation of
th" ucneral assembly."
At the afternoon session of the house
throe bills of Importance were passed to
engroment. House bin No. 115, by Hlg
bee, of Schuyler, Is amendatory to the pres
ent change of venue law.
It defines nnd llmts elnnges of venue,
limits the number of witnesses who may
be heard to secure It, makes the party de
siring tho change pay the expenses In
cident, and In Its application will save a
vnt amount of time and money, not only
to litigants, but to Ihe taxpayers of the
state. In criminal prosecutions it will tend
to peed trials.
Hr. Stlckney's bill, fixing salaries of eoun
tv olllcers In counties of over 45,001) and
less thnn lnO.OOO inhabitants, was to-day
passed to engrossment after amendment.
Amendments were moved by Sir, Sloran,
ami llxcd the salaries of Huclinnnn county
otllrtnls ns follows: All fee rrolng to tho
county except that county attorney receives
statutory fees for convictions.
The salaries llxed are as follows: Sher
iff. J2."00; deputies, ,5f0; colle-ctors, $.1,000:
deputies ?l,5"0: county treasurer, $.',0)0;
deputies, none; prosecuting attorney,
$;,!); assistant, $1,000; assessors, $1,S00;
deputy. Jl.IOO; comity surveyor nml bridge
commissioner, $1,20-): deputy, none; county
clerk. 5J.0O.); deputy, $1,500; circuit clerk,
K,"K': deputy, ?l,0-: clerk criminal court,
1,in; deputy, none; tecorder of deeds,
J2,(: deputy, $:',0"0; probate Judge, Sl'.HM;
deputy. ji). In Jasper and Greene coun
ties sal-irics remain as In the bill as fol
lows: Shot Iff, $-'.5W; collector, $l,So); treas
ur r, $1,500; prosecuting attorney, $l,C0O;
assessor, $l,t-00: county surveyor, and
bridge commissioner, $1,500; county clerk,
clerk of the criminal court, circuit clerk,
recorder of deeds and Judge of probate
court, Sl.SOO each. Necessary clerks and
assistants are allowed by Implication to
the county court. The bill l applicable
In only three counties In the "stale, Hu
chanaii, Jasper and Greene, but It will
ave the taxpayers of those counties over
$P"),000 per venr, and the salaries still re
The tight over the engrossment of Hr.
Ttibbs' coal oil Inspectors' bill was heated
and partisan. The Democrats, led by
Dr.ibolle, of St. Louis, made repeated at
tacks upon it by indirection, their evi
dent purpose being to defeat It, Votes
upon amendments proposed were strictly
upon party lines, Democrats desiring to
maintain a high standard of wages. Tho
bill was ordered engrossed with an agree
ment that it may be taken, at option of
house, ns only printed, and subject to
future amendment. If passed as at present,
It will alford coal oil Inspectors; salaries,
Including expenses, as follows:
St. Louis. $U50; Kansas City, $3,5iv); St.
These llgures are based upon oil Inspec
tions of ib'JI. In the country districts the
chance Is immaterial. Fees are payable
Into the state treasury. The bill Indicates
a saving In St. Louis, Kansas City and St.
Joseph of at least ?10,0"0 per year.
Knnsas City lodge No. 1, Knights of
Pythias, held a social at Pythian hall.
Fourteenth street and Grand avenue, last
night. Tho social was the llrst of throe
to be h' Id this winter. The committee of
arrangements consisted of Thomas J. See
hnrn. Lee Gerrlngcr and William Clough.
There was Hrst a literary ami musical
programme, participated In by .Mrs. Good
year. Miss Cora Nelson. SIlss May Ilo.-s,
Harry 11. Linton and Sllss .Millie Ileeder.
This was followed by dancing and card
pla log. Thero were about 100 persons
.Sol Ice of Iteduceil Itatis.
Tho board of educntlou has been notified
that a one nnd ono-thlrd tato has been
granted within tlio territory of tli" Kastern
committee of tho Western Passenger As
sociatlon, for the annual meeting of the
Department of Superintendence of the Na
tional Lrlticatloniil Association, to be held
in Cleveland, o., February It', 20 nml 21.
The department concerns Itself with eity
school work. Superintendent J, SI. Green,
wood experts, to uttenrl tlio meeting, as ho
Is the tr-usurer of the National IJ tuca
Mruiic 11 Cabin Car.
A switch enflno toto nvvny the front
part of a Grand avenue cable car at Sec
ond ami Walnut stieeta yesterday about
noon. It Is claimed by tho llagmnit at tho
crossing that ho Magged the car. but Grip
man Couch did not heed tho signal. Hoth
Gripmnn Couih and Conductor Johnson,
of the- Injured cable cur, have been tem
porarily relieved fiom duty, but It Is said
that they will In, teturned to work. There
were no people on tho car, anil neither of
trainmen wns hurt.
" Hear me !
" I was discouraged, broken
hearted. I was so ill with
female trouble I could not
walk or stand, and had to
JPy-rr, be assisted to
my feet when
arising from a
but worst of
all was lhat
M--l..Jiu, rl"w J--V
down feeling in my abdomen,
" A friend told me of Lydfa
E, PinkhavCs Vegetable Com
pound; her faith won mine,
and now I am well. Oh ! how
can I return thanks to Mrs.
' Jiverywoman troubledwith
uterus or womb troubles can
be cured, for it cured me, and
will them." Mrs, Kerfcaugb,
Juniata St., Nicetown, Penn.
This great medicine destroys'
poisonous germs, cleanses the
system, strengthens the womb,
and corrects all irregularities.
ANOTHER ECANSAS CURE.
F. A, Racier Restored to Health by Paine's
'tTtTeV rf-i !-.-'Vvii
""o remedy was ever so highly recom
mended as 1'alnc's celery compound, the
discovery of America's greatest physi
cian. Testimonials from people whom It has
made well are as thick as leaves In Val
lambrosla. A few days aw this paper published a
letter from a lady In Wichita, Kns., who
owes her health solely to this greatest of
Yesterday a contemporary printed the
followim,' letter from C. M. Baldwin, a
prominent citizen of Washington, Kas.
It proves the vast superiority of Paine's
celery compound over ordinary sarsupn
rlllas, nervines and bitters. Mr. lialdivin
"Last winter, nfter wrestling a week
with an attack of the grip, it left me full
of aches and pains, nervous, tired and un
able to get a good night's sleep In fact,
I felt played out all the time. I betritn
taking Paine's celery compound, and must
say that It did wonders for me. I began
to Improve from the first eiose, an 1 In less
than a week I could sleep all right and
get up In the morning feeling refreshed.
I can truthfully say that It Is the best
tncdlclneMhnl I ever took, and It did all
that you claim It will do."
A Topeka paper is authority for the
statement that in Kansas alone Paine's
celery compound has already cured more
than sl thousand people of rheumatism,
nml It mentions the case of Mrs. J. K.
Smlih, of South Haven, ns a fair Instance.
Mrs.Vmith tells her own instructive story:
"My feet ami limbs were so bad with
rheumatism I could not walk without
pain for about throe months. I doctored
with a physician, but did not seem to get
much better, line of my neighbors tent
mo a copy of the Conner of Health, rec
OF INTEK2ST TO STOCKMEN
v. I). AitMour.'K isAsrn: catti.i: nrriiit
i.i:avi:s vr. Mints.
llo Is N11W lluyiiig nt the Kansas city
Yards Ham bine-ii If.m Learned
Tills Is Their llest .Market
In With Mock.
Tho manner In which the receipts uf
"Western range cattls have held up at
Kansas City this winter and tho divert
ing of many Texas cattle to Kansas
City thttt havo heretofore gone to -St.
I.oul3 has caused P. I. Armour to con
centrate his buying of future cattle here.
He has withdrawn his buyer from .St.
Louis and transferred him to this mar
ket. He has, been erouintr three to live
trains of range cattle per week in Ht.
Louis and If ho buys as many in Kansas
City It must provu quito it support to
tlto rnngo e-.tttle market hero and tend
to strengthen prices, of this class of cat
tle and glvo a new Impetus tn an al
ready good winter trad- in range cattle.
Itaucliineii now all havo their eyes on
Kansas City, as It Is proviiiij the best
market lu the West for them. Casey
llros,, of lllllsboro, Tex hnd hero yes
terday 110 nlco cotton bend meal fed
Hticrs, averaging 1.U70 pounds, that sold
ut $1. on .Monday a lot of l.iu.-pouml
lerl Texas steers, sold in rit, I.oula at
?3.W). Tltesu llgures speak for them
selves. Colonel Albert Dean, agent of the bu
reau of nulnial industry liete, says that
ho has been given to understand that tho
same Inspection and regulations govern
ing tho ndinliuiuco of Mexican emtio
Into the nun-Infected atea of tho United
States, adopted lu September, 1S0I, will
bo continued tho present year,
J. A. Ureur. of Johnson county, Mo,,
was ut tho yards yesterday. Ho says
his county has fewer cattlo and hogs
than this tlmo last year. Corn plenty
and selling at ill) cents.
Wiuo iiros., Jasper, Mo., had In cat
Janu'3 Crav-furd, Chiles, Kas., had In
sotno nice sheep ye-turiluy and took back
A. H. Stoan, Ilrandou, Tex., was up
yesterday with cattle.
Fred K. I'atton, Anderson county, Mo.,
was hero yesterday ufter feeders. Ho
reports mora cattle and hogs In his
county thnn last year. Corn ai-HIng nt
3-ti-IO cents. Young wheat looks well.
John (illchrist, llelle Plulne, Kas., had
In tho top hf)s yesterday.
J, W. llalley, Leo's .Summit, Mo., catno
In with hogs yesterday,
Fairerbersu llros., I'ottawatomlo
county, Kns., were In yesterday with
John Withers and Lewis Ilcrrlckson,
Eureka, Kas., vvero hero yesterday with
catt)u and took back feeders.
Kits., was at tho yards yesterday with
W. H. Alexander, McLouth. Kas., had
In cattle and hogs yesterday.
C. M. I'crnell, Mayvievv, Mo was at
tho yards yesterday with hogs
John Pfankuchen, Cedar Junction,,
ommending Fnlne's celery compound. I
got a bottle and it helped me so much
that I am using tho second bottle now
nnd feel confident lhat by tlio time I fin
ish It, I will be absolutely free from rheu
matism. I give tho compound all tho
And 1. A. Itader, of Manhattan, Kns.,
whose picture appears above, writes to the
point an follows:
"I havo used Paine's celery compound
for general debility, wakefulness and loss
of appetite. The second bottlo brought
the desired results, nnd has restored mo
to health. My wife is now using tho com
pound for a similar ailing, brought on by
nursing the baby."
In Omaha, Neb., many cures have been
reported. William . Mardls, manager of
the Coliseum building, Is a man whoso
terrible suffetlng wltli'iheumntlsm wns
known all over the city. Ills remarkable
cure he states in a letter published In tho
"I was taken down with rheumatism
tho 13th of January, 1S:3, and a physician
got me out of bed In fifteen days, but I
was then taken down again. I sent for
the same doctor and he did the best ho
knew how, but I kept getting worse, until
I could not move any of my limbs, I
Just gave up all hope. I did not take any
more medicine until my wife saw Palne'.s
1 clery compound advertised in tho Oma
ha World-Herald, and she said, 'try a bot
tle.' "At that time I could not move myself
under any circumstance, anrl I was
swollen In all my limbs nnd had tcrriblo
pain in my breast and limbs at tho sanio
time. I commenced iflng it Sunday noon
nnd was able to pet up and out of bed tho
Wednesday following, and was ablo lo
attend to business In thirteen days."
P.ilne's celery compound makes people
well! Try It.
vvv, u.unueiy ., lie iu ivainut
street, opposite the Midland hotel, at in-31)
n. m. Sale of -100 yards of new Morpiette
carpet, a lot of second-hand Morpiette,
llrussels and ingrain carpets, one '., sawed
nuil'iiie oak folding bed with l-'renuh pinto
uiiror, one oak cnlffoiilrr with mirror, ono
line large clock. I o-e 1 urtalns, pictures,
elig.iut lounge., rock. is and center tables,
rugs, lamps, gasoline stoves, round oak
and square heaters, cook stoves, bedroom
suits, matting, beading, crockery, glass
ware, klichen sales, refrigerators, ward
relics, odd dressefh. commodes, etc. I
h.uid-nriH- antique- 0.1k chovnl bedroom
nn S ts- v itli French plate mirrors, 10x10, cost.
Inn from i-M to tliio each. Ladles are In
vito d to attend this sale. Outside sales a
opeclahy. Till-: H. 1). S.M1TII.SO.V AUC
TION CO., Auctioneers. Tel. C077.
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31 LADIES WHO VAL.UE
!j A refined complexion must us: Pozzonl's
n powacr. it proilucesasottcvbeautifulskin.
rfwii accor iaa nsra
Harvey XV. Hovcner, nf Ilevoncr,
Sputiock ,i Woods, Hardin, Mo,, was
here after feeders yesterday.
Carpenter llros., Mllfonl, Kits,, was In
yenterd.iy with hogs.
Itugets et oills, Havensliuig, Kas., came
In yesterday with cattle.
J. I), lluthwell, Ilricklniiilge, Mo,, had
In sheep yesterday.
O. :. Uammel, Sulphur Springs, Ark.,
was at tho arils yesterday with hogs.
J. C. Oode-ll, Mound Vnlloy, Kas., was
hero yesterday with hogs and took back
1). L. Jesse, Centralla, Kns., was on
tho yards yesterday with hogs.
A. Hnzen, Full Itlver, Kas., had In cat
(i. S. Potoroff, Piedmont. Kits., came In
yesterday with cattle nnd hogs.
A. Crelger, Howard, Kns.. was at tha
yards yesterday with cattle.
Peter Calder, Kdgertun, Kas., was hero
vi-tftirday with hogs,
11. S. Wright, Jasper, -Mo., was In yes
terday with hogs.
H. W. Monroe, Soldier, Kns,, was on
tho yards yesterday with cattle and
A. 11, Oeorge, Missouri City, Mo cams
In yesterday with hogs.
O, M. Jacobs, Superior, Nob., was at
tho yards yesterday with hogs.
T. Vv. Todd, Itlchards. Mo., was In
yesterday with hogs.
Deacon J. IJ, Heed and IJ, A. Hagle.
Itosemont. Kas., were hero yesterday
With cattlo and hogs,
K. K, Hoffman, Nevarre, Kas., had In
J, Wi'lstlutner, Inmnn, Kas., was on the
yards yesterday with hogs,
L. P. Thompson. Morse, Kas., was at
tho vnrrls v.t..,tr,- ,,,1,1. ..:.,.
hogs im unit
John Cameron. Junction cik- t,-o.
camo n yesterelay with hogs. '
J, M. Stewart, MeCuue, Kas., was here
yesterday with hogs.
ii nam tie vvtse. Hates county, Mo
was In yesterday with hogs. ' '
Hero After it Murderer.
Detective II j. stark, of Chlcauo ar
rived In the city ye.urday to SaEt, lni
No. 211 Twenty-blxth strce in rhK'4,
on October is. 1K1I iil i.i,V J" . R'cago.
turn with his prisoner to-tuorrovv-; r'