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, THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 1 1895.
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CHAMPION KANSAS CITYS,
ttoOK Tin iknT aamk nr till: i-ntm
NAMH1ST JllOJt Tin: i-Mxrnits.
The tlmmplnn Mmln "Vet Teitm nml lit
illtlditkl ltei-eml for the, (Irand
Alleys AtrntRr uf the llmil
"m nml the lirtnu.
The last irmno of the bonllng tournament
took place Inst night nn tho tlrnnd iiHo.vh,
the Kansas Cltjs it ml tho I'lectrlr being
the conK-UIni- tenms. Idle tlic cham
pionship had already been settled In fnvor
of tho Kansas Cltn, roiiMiicr.ilile Interest
attached to the pune from the fart Unit
by It result would he determined whether
tho Electric would have to roll oft with
the ""cllovues for ocond place,
The champions scored tho victory liy the
Rcore of S.tol to 2.IS2, creatine? 11 new team
record for the tournament for tho Clnuul
alleys, nnd putting tho I'lectrlc-i In the tie
with the Ilollclic, ns niitlclpitcd. The
KBiue was a hot one throughout, nml the
Klectrlc were not beaten until the last
frame was rolleil. The K.inai Cltys won
by a margin of -II pln, and nt several
stage of tho K'ime there was onlv about
SO pint illfTcrenco between the teams.
Tlell wnii the leider of tho Kntiins Cltys,
nnd the hlvli roller of the evening with n
score of tffl, eclliliiK bv four plni tin
previous high mirk of lA Tor tin ilmnd
nllejs during the tourmimrnt, held by Mm
bert. Dickson nnd l'mle,, of the Kiiuk.is
Cltys, also went over the fife) mule, nnd
Talor was ilKlit iiikiii It, but Nlrholi lind
m oft night, nml fliilihccl ultn the lor. score
of Yfl. Tlireu of the Illeotrlcs nlso passed
the W) mnrk. Lord win the high mini wllh
the excellent scorn of 617, and l'lnre wni
n good second with Ml. Lambert llnllied
Willi CO, nml Unit was well up with 177,
but Harbor was the low man of the (tame
with nly 1:1.
In Indlvldtii strikes, Hell wa-i the loader
with twelve, and In Individual sparei 1. im
port led wllh eighteen. In the team totals
the Kansas Clls led In strikes by forty
to thirty-nine, nnd In spires by net tut
Tour to slxty-ilght,
Tho tie for Kccoml place between the
Electrics nnd tho llolioviies will he rolled
off some evening net week, and the nllejs
Will he decided by lot,
Stilke". ypiros. Totnl.
Nichols 7 12 IV;
Dell 12 it :
Farley r, 17 rm
Taylor n 17 I1
Dickson u ii r.tfi
Totals I) 71 S.uJi.
.Strike". Hp.ires. Total,
lyimbert i. IS r,ni
Hart 7 11 77
riaco 7 17 Ml
linrbcra K s 4.M
Lord 11 12 r. 17
Totals SJ CS 2.ISJ
AVERAGES OFJHE BOWLERS.
Itell Carried HIT tlm Inilli lilniil Honors or
the roiirniiiiifiit mid Lord Ma u
Cood s.i.oiul. to&J
The table presented below shows the
work of each bowler In the tournament
saIio took part In thrcu oi moiu Rimes,
Ki.lnff his hlfih score nnd his Keneral nv
criiRe. Hell, of the Kansas Cltjs, was the
winner of the Individual honors of the
"tournament by n handsome m.irsln lie
made the high acoro nf the tournament, tM,
on tho Ho al iilloj". and his score of 5'iU
was the highest mtde on the Uinml nlles.
Bell also made the high average of the
tournament, Sll, the high average on the
Iloyal nllejs, CJil, ami the high average on
the, Giand nllo, MS.
Lord, of the Electrics, was a good sec
ond on the general average with r20, Nich
ols, of the Knns is Cltjs. was third with
KT7: Tilor,of the Kam-.is Clts, was fourth
with is5. and Jlorrls, of thu Hcllev lies, was
fifth with ."03. Lambert, of the Electrics,
reached Just an even 5W In average nml
was tho sixth bowler, followed by J)lck
pon, of the Kansas Cltjs, Makepeace und
Dals, of tho Ilellevues, and Crldor, of the
Owls. In the oribr named, those being the
llrst ten men. Of the Hist ten thu Kansas
Cltjs hod four, thu Hellenes throe, the
Electrics two and tho Owls one.
1 Hell. Kansas Cltjs
2 I.onl, Hleotiics
S Nichols, Kansas Cltjs
1 Taj lor, Kansas Cltj s
t Morris, Hcllev ties
0 Liitubt.it, Elec tiles
7 Dickson, Knns is Cltjs
S Makepeace, Hellev lies .
0 Davis, Hellev lies
10 Crldor. Owls
11 Tuttle, Sfindards
12 Mace, Stindnids
13 Place, Hlt-ctrlcs
11 Parlej", K insns Cltj s
Harbcrs, Kb i tries
10 Porteous, liellevues ...
IS Pike, htandnrds
19 Deltrlch, Owls
10 Howe, Standiiids
n McDonald, Owls .. . .
S3 Hill, Electrics
24 Pederson, Vikings ....
Law son, Ilellevues . ..
Ift Laj her. Owls ....
27 Hall Electrics . .
Simpson, Standards ....
21 Domorest, tit.indnrds ..
Su Clark, Owls
SI Hawklnson, Vikings ..
S2 liren, Uollevues
SI KendrU-k, Owls
3". Motzker, Vikings
2ft Llndgren, Vikings . ...
. cu rd i
.. M7 G.i!
.. ;.v. r,u7
.. i'il J Uf,
. . ."S IK,
,. iVh GiiO
.. C."i 111
.. r.2.i vx
.. R.,-. 1S
.. r.j.' I'.s
55 1 I 7
.. :.ji iKi
.. r.ll isl
.. Ki I7'
.. i'iIC 17!)
.. rim s77
.. r.n J77
. . W l 176
.. :;a 17".
.. i7 I7J
.. r.r. -lei
.. cm in
. . C'7 I'.s
.. rji -ir,7
.. ros -ii"
.. cm v:,
,. 5.11 4(t
.. 17". K
.. ri Hv
.. J75 r.
.. 01(1 A",
. 177 .I'll
,, r.07 nt
.. r.17 in
.. H) 411
iiniri.iiMi romiVA'un.Nr iti.t'otto.
lnrk of tlm IllITi n nt 10I1IU4 and Plnjors
l'i to Dati,
Won. Lost. Cent
. .'J 1 '.mo
o i coo
. .. 0 4 .1 hi
.... 4 Ii 4U0
.... :i 7 ioo
Owls ... .
HIGHEST INDIVIDUAL SCORES.
Kansas Cltjs Hell fill
Hellev ties Morris 678
Electrics Lambert r.V,
(Standards Tuttlo TM
Vlltlngs Peder.in C21
HKHIEST TEAM bCOHES.
Kansas CltJ's Z.rOC
Highest score on Itoal alleys Kansas
Cltys. 2 CM
Highest Bcoro on Grand nllejs Kansas
Averagis of thu 'l.aim.
The following table thows the team work
dining the tournament The champion
Kansas CI.j's wore Mtly the leaders, with
the high ttam .iverase of 2.512 for the ton
EnnoH and tho high score of ',iC6. The
lectrlcs were second In the averages and
the Ilellevues worn n, good third, followed
In the order named by thu Slanduids, Owls
age 2 51
2.' I JO
1 Kansas Cltjs
8 liellevue , ,,,,,, 2,501
4 Standards , 2,51')
&-Vklngs , 2,110
llujul Hint ling Cluli.
The weekly roll of tho Itojal Howling
Club, formerly tho llelmont, was hi Id nn
tho Kcijul nllejs last ov cuing and tho fol
lowing scores were made:
niriKos. spires. Total
O. Morris,,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 11 va
Evans , 3 J7 4CI
i:. Morris,,,,,, ,,io $ 4".7
Norton ,, ,. 5 ii (,v;
Nelson 5 n 451
Pederson... ,,,....... a 12 45.'
Omit...,. , ,, 4 b! 411
Nichols ,,....,. J It , 420
Holt.. ,..,, 4 JO 400
Covert...,.,.. ., S 7 3n3
Merman ,.,,.,, 3 & 357
lllejcllit M'lllU lllg Il.ini igi.
Brooklyn.N.Y., Jan. 31. Hlcjclist Chmles
Murphy has begun fcult ugulnst the Hrook
lyn Ifelghts und tho Ilrookljn City &. New
ton railroads, which ure made co-dettnd-lints
for damages set at JlW.uA which the
champion nsks for Injuilts Inlllcted. He
was a passenger on u Pulton avenue car
of the tlrst named road list New Year's
day when It v. as In collision with n car on
the Franklin avenue line of the last named
road. Mutphy claims that his hip and
thigh muscles were o badly Injured as to
prevent his fulfilling hU contract wllh
V.'lllls Troy. ex-ChamDlon Zimmerman's
BMUiaftr, to make a tour through Europe J
this sennn Ho was undor contrnet nl ft
ralary of t2d,W) for his tour, ho declares.
The papers In tho caso will be llted to-mor-f"w.
THIRD BASEMAJUND CATCHER,
Alnnigor Mimibig "lens Wt tV. illrrss
nnd VV. H. ttupert for rt
A lotlor reiclved from Manager Manning
jcslonlnj nlinouneos the filmilng of twh
new plajcrs for the lllues. Those nre W
V. Nallress, third basoman, and V. W.
Ituport, cateher, both from tho New Kn
Bland LonRiio. Nntlress Is a jotmg playct,
who Is reputed to bo a coming lnlloldor,.ind
Mnnnlng has boon working nulctly for
some llmo to sortire his signature lo n ron
trnet. Ho bollovo,hls now man will fully
till. tho place of. Hill) Nlles nt third bie.
and It ho does tho Knnsti City public will
ftk tiolhlng more ltupert, Ihe new oatrh
r, Is snli Id ha a good one, iml several
clubs hive been after his services.
yvr Orleans Hnces.
Now Orleans, I.n , .Inn, 31. I'orty.sovcnth
dav descent City Jockey Clubs winter
mooting Weather lino; unci: heavy; nt
Tlrst l-nro-HollhiRi llvo furlongs. Pnhla,
f" (A. Hariolt), 1 to t, won; Anna Me
Nnlrj. 97 llltnnossy), lo to ), second. Cho
ima. 102 (Coslollo), 3 to 1, third Time,
Hoi nml race KellliiK! nl furlongs, Lnko
Parks, 101 (Shcrrln), 1J to 1, won: Lticnsta,
t (H. Williams), !i to "i, second: King Craft,
101 (Tiirmr), 10 in I, Ihlrd. lime, UWi
Third ram Helling! sl furlongs Tom
KillJ. 107 (Thorpe), 5 to 2, won; Wedge.
Held, 101 (A. Clavloti), o to 1, second; Loft
In, Jr., 101 (J. mill, 6 to 2, thlid. Time,
l'ourth race-Soiling: sK furlongs. Glee,
some, t'i (II. Williams), 7 to 1, won; Mls
Mninlo, Ci (I, Gardner), t to 5, second, Sjl
van 101 (A. Clnjton), 5 to 1, third. Time,
l'lftli rare Helling; seven nnd one-half
furlongs. Wondrurf, 107 M. mil), l to i,
won; lleniy Owsley, 10.1 (llurold), 12 to 1,
sicond, llonnln II, 101 (J. Smith), 13 to 1,
third. Time, 1,10
fmi I'rniiclRcn Uncos.
San I'rnnolsco, Jan. 31. Pavorltos won
the fl-st four races to-dny. Orlllln out
Jookevcd the other Jockojs in the third and
landed tMnrler Staff n winner.
I'lrst race I'lvo ami one-lnlf furlongs.
Ike L, M (Wlldnrsmlth), 4 to 1, won; Al
cjono, S9 ((llenn), S to 1, second: Mnttlnet,
t""i (llinnessj), lo to 1, thlnl Time, 1.03
Second race I'lvo and one-halt furlongs.
I.eonvlllo, 101 (Cnrr), U to 5, won; Itobtn
Hood I., :7 (Cockran), 1 to 1, second, sir
Itiglnald, !3 (Helnrlchs), 4 to 1, third Time,
'llilid lace Pivo and ono-hnlf furlongs;
silling Quarter Staff, 101 (Orlllln), 11 to 5,
won; Garcia. 101 (Itussell), 15 to 1, second;
Hitujo, 10" (Helnrlchs), 11 to 5, Ihlrd Time,
l'ourth nee Seven furlongs. Hooe, 120
(Llojd). 2ia to 1, won. ullvla, 1(0 (Mc
AullITu), 3 to 1, second: Ited l'at,120 (Chorn),
C to 1, third Time, 1 3)'s.
fifth race I'lvo and ono-hnlf furlongs.
May McCirtv, 07 (Chorn), 2'i to 1, won;
Paramatta, lol (Cnrr), S to 5, second; Two
Cheers, M (Helnrlchs), 15 to 1, third Time,
St. Louis, .Mo , .Inn 31 I'lrst race Pour
nnd ono-hnlf furlongs Sunbeam won;
Willie G. second, Albert PuIlcrUm, third.
Time. 0 Wj
Sicond nice I'lvo furlongs. Hubert
O'Nell won. Van S, second, lltid llrooks,
thlnl. Time, l.inu
Third nice I'lvo and one-half f 111 longs
So-So won, Ilniij M , second, Prospect,
thlnl Time, 1.1 P,
l'ourth rice I'lvo furlongs Caear won;
Pauntloroj-, second, Speed West, third
fifth race Six furlongs Tin won: Pat
Woodcock, second, Gold Slice, thlnl. Time,
Malone l'lijid In (limil Porni.
Malone, the pool champion, gave another
Intonating ihlbltlon of his skill at the
llojnl billiard hill list evinlug, when he
delcated Itv le, the local man. in the second
gnm of thnlr series, Iij 1 'core of 150 to
id, Malone conceding odds of 50 balls In
15i -Malone plij od In his host form nnd
.some of his shots were wonderful, bringing
forth henrtj applause from tho large crowd
of spectators He made a run of 01 bills
anil compioieu mo game 111 iiueon innings.
After tho game Malone gave an interest
ing exhibition of f.incj pool shots lie will
plav at tho Hovnl agiln this nfternoon and
evening, and nlo to-morrow afternoon.
McC'oj .uid "ilnddi 11 Matrhod.
Jim McCoy, of this cltj", tho well known
pugilist, nnd Mike Madden, who Is known
.is tho "Stock Vnrds Giant," have been
matched to light on Sundaj, rebruarj" lo,
for .1 stake of $100 1 side and the gate re
ceipts at some point across the Kansas
line While McCoj will have .1 gnat deal
the worst of die weight ho ixpects to win
bj h.s supeiioi clevirness
1'rlo I ightirs In .lull.
Xenla, O , Jan 31 Mike Norton and Ed
die Connors, who came heie to give a
tvvcntv round glove contest, v.ore J illod
to-night because t"iov could not give $1,UW
bond to ktep the peace for a jcar
-1 111: m: vtiii'u.
Though It was snowing In all parts of
Kansaj last night, the ollkial forecast
for to-daj Is Missouri, fall, ileddedlj
coldei , Kansas, fair, deeidedlj colder in
the southeast portions Tho cold wave
predicted foi to-daj is not llkelj to piove
verj dltjgree.iblo because until v ester
da j tho mercury has stood very close to
zero. A fill to tho snnii! point to-dnj
will not. thHiifoic, be very appreciable
The highest temperature jesteiilnj was M
dig and the lowest 13 ileg. following Is
the record of last night's obscivatlons
i:n ci ic-.iiin ..........
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.. . .op;
.... :o id
. . .OJO
... So .'1,
St. Piul ...
St Louis n2l
Kansas Cliy 30.1
( I1111 1 t o-Opi 11 t 011 bought.
A Joint session of the Jackson County
Mo Ileal Society and the Kansas City
Phnimnceutlc il Soclotj, for a closer co
opei itlon between the diugglsts nnd the
phjslcluns of tho city and the m cater
exclusion of drugs and preparations Horn
tho lingo drug houses of the countrj,
was held last night In the rooms of the
Jackson County Medical Kocletj, in tho
Masonic building No action uf consi
queuci was taken and tho inemhois of
both organizations say that no blow at
tho lurgu Uiug firms is intended, but that
u the same time thej me satisfied that
the local druggtstB am fully able to fur
nish drugs of tho highest quality with
much less expense lo the doctors and the
pa I bnts.
The meeting was presided over by Dr.
L, W. Luichcr and 11. Y, Hlddlo acted as
secretary. J. M Lovo gavo u short but
Interesting nctount of the origin and
character of tho national formulnrj, which
Is a hum! book tlxlng tho standnrd of
drugs. It Is Indorsed by the Nutlonal
Dr. C P Cathuirt. und O. E. Corcoran
nnd Dr. Monow upolte
Ittnililtd tho (Jovtrnor'h IvIluliH its.
(Luden CIU, Kas , Jan 31. (Special.)
A three daj-s' setslon of tho l'lnney county
furmers'a Institute closed hero this even
Ing, Profe-ssors Mason nnd Hitchcock, of
tho !t.ite agricultural college, Puifossor
Haj', state geologist, and Hon Ed D
Wluelti. state torester, worn among thu
visitors who participated In tho prolamine
Hut the greater pan of tho work v.as by
tho farmers and their wives. Something of
n hub-hub was caused by thu announce
ment that Governor Morrill had forwarded
.1 r.ir of coal for distribution to tho lies,
tltiite-, and a motion was mado to vviru that
I'lnney county Is wllllus? und nble to take
care of Its own poor, and that tho coal
was subject 10 the governor's order This
was modlfle 1 to the effect that the count)
will accept tho coal at cost price,
An Invtntor (.ihm Daft,
Norman. O T Jan, 31. (Special.) A
man by the name of Munger, living a few
miles north of this city, while trjlng to
solve tho problem of perpetual motion, be
came hopelessly Insane, und was brought
hero last night by the sheriff nf tho toun
tj, en route to the state Insane asjlum of
While at tho hotel, awaiting his train,
Monger believed tho slicrllt and his deputy
weru planning to kill him, and ho fraiw
tlcdllj ran through tho plata glass window
of tho olllce, but received no lnjurj,
We ate now making Cherokee and Weir
City Egg Coul. It Is the II ne.it domestic
coal, both for grates and general housa use,
ever put uu Mils market. Price, J2 73 per
CL'NTItAL COAL AND COKE CO.
Hotel Savoy and restaurant now open.
Ninth and Central streets The best Euro
pean hotel In the city. Try It. Ewtos
HE PLEADS FOR MORE MEN,
rorvrv rt.r.RK oiiittknup.x ivami
to iioiiu.r. ins tirnci: untti:.
fnrr A trtlor Allowed I00 nn Tliolr t Inltn
for llttrn Pay Marshal Stewart Ak
for tiirldrntnl Etprimrs lovorvl
The contltilioui presstiro brought to
bear upon the county court by olllolal?
who iloslrp lo employ more clerks In
their rt-Micctlve oltlccs vvn-i given renew
ed vlifor j-estcrdn, when County Clerk
T. T. Crittenden nsUed to be nllovved
fourteen deputies Instead of seven. Mr.
Crittenden held Hint the work of the
olllco would bo materially Increased, ow
ing to the fnct that the tni books would
have to be copied. The present force Is,
ho mill, entirely lnndeiiunto to nteom
pllsh the work In the time ln-cscrlbed by
law. He further stnted to the court
that under the new reglnii there must
be system In tho olllco of the county
clerk, nnd necounts will bo kept with
every olllcet In the county. Tho consul
tntlon between Mr. Crittenden nnd the
coin t vvns n long one.
Judge Stone vvns disposed to grant the
necessary number to trunsnot the bus
iness of tile county, but he thought
twelve men nulllclcnt. Ho said Hint
.Inckson county and the tnpavers linil
boon outraged In the past by county
olllclnls who employed political para
sites whose ohler duty wns to draw
their (Mimics, Mr. Crittenden, to
strengthen his ploii, claimed Hint lie
would, If nllovved tho number nsked for,
still have less men thnn his predecessors,
mid tho wotk has boon almost doubled.
JuiIko Smith Invoice! allow Ing thirteen
men to the olllce of county clerk during
the busy season, while Judge Latimer
wanted to think over the nmtter until
this morning before Riving his decision.
Tho court veHterduy morning took up
the claim of Cntr & Yettcr, the Hlue
Springs lond contractors, who h.tve n
bill pending ngnlnst the county foi
J.'.ijOO on a road contract. The tontr.iet
013 by their attornej-, John X. Southern,
claimed that t lie contract between the
county nnd contractors stntes that tho
woik should be clone tindei the super
vision of n rond oveiseer, nnd that there
was no disci ctlonary power vested In the
contractors ns to the amount of earth to
bo removed. The contractors were pild
by the cubic j.iid, nnd under the exist
ing condition' It was Impossible to ex
ceed the contrnet,
Cotiiihulut Witteis held that according
to that thcorj theie was no limit to the
woik nnd It would hnve boon Just ns
ensy to have In ought In n bill for J'i.000
as $2,C00. The extia woik uncalled for,
he maintained, came about when tho
contractors failed to follow the specifi
cations ns net out In the prollle imulo bj
the county engineer
J. C Crenshaw nnd J. S. Stanton, the
supervlsois, were called befoie the oouit
nnd questioned nt length. Crenshaw, In
reply to a question bv Judge Stone, stat
ed that he was 11 t.uniei, but under
stood measutements. "How mnnj- cubic
vnrds In 1O0 sou no feet?" nsked Judge
Stone This made farmer Crenshaw
neivous, and he called for time to llgure
It out The Incident "inttled" Ml Cien
sh.ivv, nnd for the next llftecn minutes
he paced the Hour vlgoiouslj- In an ex
cited fiame of mind.
Deputy Count v Sutvej-or friil O'Fla
hprty stated to the court that he did not
lay off anj- extra work for the contract
or He also cited the repoit of the siir
vejoi, wlieielu ho had stnted that the
woik done bj the eontiactois was extia
and without authority.
Counselor "A'ateis made a speech be
foie the comt, in which he stnted that
to be loo libel. il with other people's
monej was the cause of many n young
mnn going to the penltcntinrj. It wus
nn unfortunate thing that the contract
ors had exceeded their specllleatlnns.but
to pay them was to fly in tho face of
the law. The couit refused to pay the
bill, but allowed the estimate of Daniel
O'Flnhertj w hlch vv as about $400 more
thnn the original amount nllovved Judge
Stone v nted against the Increase
After disposing of the load eontract
01s, Mnishal Stewart nppenred before
the comt, stating that theie was no pro
vision In the salaij- law foi tho pajment
of Incidental expenses of his olllce The
court took the matter undoi advisement,
nnd If the Incidental expenses of the of
fice could be allow od theie would be no
objection to pnjlng them
The court duiiiiRthe afternoon session
took up the mattei of allowing necounts
The election Judges of Elinvvood pre
cinct had .1 bill befoie tho couit for $30
It was claimed that thej weio unable to
dellvei tho ballot boxes at Independence
on tho night of the election, nnd for this
renson thev solved nn extra daj. Tho
bill was not nllovved
O J. Rntllff, a citlen of Leeds, also
h.id .1 bill It vv is a ohiuge foi holding
an eloctlon on ills premises No amount
vvn- ineiitliinoil Mis Itatliff, Ills wife,
had a similar bill nnd charged $" The
couit favoiod the husband' bill, for the
reason that the amount was pot men
tioned The matter was referred back
Another election bill hailed from
Ciroenwood A ehmgo wns made for act
ing as doorkeeper on election daj There
was no law foi tho pajlng of doorkeep
ers, and the bill was dlsappproved. An
other bill had a chmgo of B0 cents for
two lead pencils Judge Stone thought
the pencils must bo nf the "Siberian"
type and tho bill was disallowed
The bond offered bj the defendant In
the Millinaiirbpll. contest was dlsap
pioved by tho couit nnd the defendant
wus ordend to bring In n bond In ac
cordance with the order of the couit. D.
H Piobasoo was on tho bond, but tho
InstrutiK nt did not specify tho ninount
The court will be In session ngaln to
day. The court nlo decided to refer all
cases of chin Its heieaftor to the Kings
Daughters, of independence, owing to n
conflict In authority over money being
Washington Slur "It's tho same old
storj " said Reginald do Humme "I had
a cood Job oncet, but I lost It t'roo in'eni
"Ye alius' did drlnlc moio'n yer share,"
replied Clarence Jlautbeau, with a disap
"Mo dilnk too much' I'm do one dat
suffcis t'roo do ungovernable appoilto of
others I'm convinced dat do bois 'ml
novrr hive dlsehaicod me of ho hadn't
been In liquor nt do tlinn "
Daniel Tjler, lloston. Is at tho Coates,
I" Evens, Chicago, Is at tho Coates
G, J Woods, Lincoln, Is at tho Coates
W. D, Graj, Milwaukee, Is nt tho Coates.
J. P. Hawkins, Otnnhn, Is at tho Coates,
W. S .McMillan, Dcnvor, Is at tho Coates.
Governor W J. Stone Is nt tho Coates.
J P I.nvvson, Terro Haute, Is nt tho
f P Matthews, Philadelphia, Is at tho
vlmrgo It Sullivan, of Hock Port, Mo , Is
at the Now Albany
G, W Arthur and wife, of St, Joseph,
Mo , nre at tho .Now Albauj,
J, A, Hi own und r. H. Wilkinson, of
Westboro, Mo , uro at tho Now Albany,
George Cheshire, of Emporia, Kas , Is at
tho Now Albanj.
D. M. MoKlnley. of Jefferson City, Mo.,
was at tho New Albany jctterday,
J, I, Martin and wife, Topeku, uro at tho
V. It. Lo I'tber, Chicago, Is nt tho Hotel
M, II. I.noso and wife, St, Joseph, Mo ,
uro at tho Iloto) Victoria.
M. H. Nicholson, Council Grove, Is at the
A. C. Juccp.es, Chicago, Is at the Hotel
Thomas Mown and wife, lloislngton,
Kus , are ut tho Hotel Victoria,
A. E. Kenm, Jiurr, Neb., Is at tho Hotel
W. H. Colllster Kunsaa City, KaB , Is at
tho Hotel Victoria. '
lion. John C. Beaton, of Atchison, was
In tho city last evening.
Mr. Sidney a. Cook, of Herington, Kas ,
is at thO Coates. Hn 1 nnn nt thn mem.
nrB0(he national bourd of jnanaijers of
tho Soldiers' homo, I
WEI HAI WENS FALLEN
The t'nletprl-ilng .hips Cnptiiro That tin.
portnnt Stronr-tinht-thlne-in Alt
Che Too, Jnn. 31 Wet Hal Wei wns cap
tured by tho Japanese on W'edncsdny, nit
er two davs' skirmishing. The Chinese
Lolled when the netunl n.aiiU wns mtulc.
It 1 stnted thntMhtdr loss was 2,W0 men,
Iittl Lung Tnu, an Island near Ihe tltj, on
which nre workshops and some forts, 14
still In the hnhds of the Chinese. All tho
Europeans In the city escnped unhurt, It
! reported Hint during the fighting nil Ihe
Chinese men-of-war nnd ships In the har
bor salted away uninjured.
WnshlnRton, Jnh. 31. Mlnliter Knrlno, of
Japan, was delighted to hoar of the cap
ture of Wei Hal Wei by his countrymen.
He hnd been expecting to hear It, but his
first nollncnllon cimc through the Asso
A dlpateh was received at the Japan
ese loRatlon from the minister of foreign
nlfnlrs, Raj Ing thnt tho pence envojs wore
expected to nrrlvo nt Hiroshima to-dny,
and would be received wllh nil tho honors
decreed In such cncs by International Invv,
Speaking of the tllpatrh, Minister Kurlno
expiossed tho fenr thnt the pca"0 nego
tiations might rail.
"It such should be the case," he said, "It
will be entire!) China's fault. Wo have re
peatedly slated publicly thnt our cdn-'
fotTees, Count Ito nnd Count Mutnti, hnd
full iwwers to treat, nnd we have dem ind
od that tho Chinese onvojs should bo
similarly commissioned. Although we can
not tell absolutely until their credentials
are presented, It now nppenrs the Inttnr
have not iKiwor to agree nbsolufly to
an j thing, under these conditions wo shall
probably decline to treat, and In lint case
tho blame will tost entirely on China,"
(Iront Iti dm Hon In I'rlrn nf (out.
We nre now offering the best grades of
Cherokee, Pittsburg, Weir Cltv nnd Hlch
Hill Coal below the prices of tho cheapest
guides of coal. Place orders enrly and gel
tho benelH ot Hie reduction.
CENTHAL COAL AND COKE CO.
"i iik coti.M'itv tvn.i. (ii. r 111:1.11:1.
Itoptibllrans rinmillig lo Kiouro srniito Con
trol so Legislation tun Itn Had.
Washington, Jnn. 31. To-cln)'s brief
filibuster In the senate, which was pre
cipitated by Senator Chandlei's motion
to declare the seat of Senator Martin,
of Kansas, vacant, wns the beginning
of tho tactics which some of the Itepub
llc.in senators hnve decided upon, for the
purpose of delujliig legislation, and Is
so recognized by the Demociats nnd so
confessed by some of the Republican.
Senator Chandler, when nsked for an
explnnntlon of the meaning of his reso
lution, replied: "We mean to got Martin
out if we can, and after that Is accom
plished to get Hoach unseated and have
Republicans elected In their place. With
this done and with the new Wjoming
and Montana Hepubllcin senators seat
ed, and with the Washington vacancj"
lilted bv a Republican, we will not only
have the Democrats In n minority, but
we will come near having n Republican
mnjorltj. We shnll then bo In shnpe to
bring relief to the country by settling
the llnnnclal problem which the Demo
crats have shown themselves Incapable
of doing while In the majority."
Mi. Chandler declared himself In earn
est. Senator Faulkner did not regnrd
the filibuster ns 11 salons mutter, and
said It wns Intended to temporal Ily de
la) matters until the Democrats should
announce their order of business, which
would be done soon
Down Goes tho Prlco of Coal
Host Missouri lump, f2 25 per ton. Best
Cherokee nut. 12 50 pei ton. Hcst Cherokee
lump. !-'T5 per ton Huv our Los Cerrlllos
Anthracite coal and save money. It Is the
bist "hard" conl In the world.
KANSAS CITY COAL AND COKE CO .
100 West Ninth street.
W. C. Endslev, Manager. Telephone 2311.
MI.. Oil MI'-tTIO.V.
Tho National Council of Jowlsh Women
will moot at 2 30 o'clock this nfternoon at
tho Temple. ,
Tho fourth lncVior nthlotlp. contest will
tnko placo at the. V. M. C. A. gjmnaslum
Humane Agent Sherlock took Henrj"
Mnrtln, insane, to the Mount Pleasant, In.,
state Insane nsjluin yesterda).
A defective Hue at Joe Tnger's restau
rant. No. Ill Wist Eighth street, caused a
run by tho Hi- department last night
Theio was no lus
Tho Irving c lub will hold ItH regular
meeting this (v.ulng at Ilelnholdt's hall,
12iS Main strei Rev. father W. J. Dal
ton will deliver an nddrcsH.
The board ot trade did not take up tho
subject of rcsulutlons on Piusldcnt Cleve
land's bond let ominendntlon jesterdaj.
but maj bilng it up nt n meeting to-daj.
Rnbbl Samuel Schulman will preach on
tho subject, "Stunted Lives," at thu serv
ices to bo held this evening nt S o'clock at
the Temple, mrner of Oak and Eleventh
Jake Maittn was nrrested eight months
ago on a 1 luirgo of assaulting Morris
Hiovvn Ho Jumped his bond, but was lu
nriested icstti taj and committed to Jail
foi fifteen davs by Justice Krueger.
Tho civil st iv tea examination for clerks
and cnulers in thn postolllce, that wns to
have been hell 011 tho 5th, has been posi
tioned until the cith of Eebruarv. when It
will bo held at Spalding's commercial
City Auditor ntshop and Tieasurcr Green
will usk tbu council at the next meeting
to appropriate 30O for the putchaso of a
pneumatic tuin sjstem for tho transporta
tion of rocelt ts, etc., from one olllco to tho
other, ami lo tho comptiollei's olllco on
tho second lloor.
City Ticisurei Gicen said jesterd.ay that
ho would n-k tho council to repeal tho or
dinance icqulilng butchors to glvo a bond
that thej would keep their shops clean
Ho sajs the ordinance is cumliorsomo nnd
usedess, tiie moat Inspector enforcing tho
ordinances regarding cleanliness.
No clue has jet been obtained to tho
Identity of tho unknown dead man who
was found In an eniptj' box enr near the
Santa l"o freight depot oarlj Wednesday
moinlng Coroner lledford Intended to
muko a post mortem examination of tho
remains jesterdaj, but found tho body too
solidly frozen An autopsy will probably
bo held to-day.
Tho Phoenix Vinegar works filed nrtlolos
of Incoiporatlon jesteidoy with a paid up
capital stock of J12,0"0 The Incorporatots
with Hi numbeis of J100 shares held by
each nie: John Hijhn, Knnsas Cltj, 2",
Daniel C Llt. Wneellng, W. Va., 25, John
Pcndirgast, St. Louis, ."J; Selvvyn A. Wuj'
man, Kansas City, Si, and Patrick Walsh
and It A, Everltt, both of Kansas Cltj,
ono share each
When the (iirl
,is ch-inged into a
woman, the matter
of utmost import.
ance to her
is the recular-
ity with which
She sliou d
is uaikeci, the
you have a
wreck of a
beautiful life to mourn.
Be advised. Lydia Js, Pink
tarn's Vegetable Compound is
the gieatcst remedy for irrcg
ular, painful, or suspended
action ever known. All drug,
gists have it, and thousands
of women recommend it.
Many a girl has been re
turned to health by its use.
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'V ' T Pi 7H
13 UL 1 l,f rat
torn i .
V.S VW. flM
WANTS YEST INSTRUCTED.
Mil. DAVIDSON HAS INTItODU'lHl HIS
Ol.l) TIME ItlCSOI.t'TIO.V.
He Thinks test nnd I'nrhrrlt "hntibl tnlo
for tlm Antl'Optlitiis lllll-Ho-
hitte on the Agricultural
Jefferson City, Mo , Jan. 31. (Special.)
In tho houo this morning only two mat
tors were considered. Mr. Davidson, of
Marlon, who two )cnis ngo was unmerci
fully snubbed by Senator Vest, because
of a resolution which the house then
adopted Instructing Vest nnd Cockroll
vote for the Hatch niitl-optlons bill, to
day reintroduced his resolution, relnstruct
lng Vest and Cockrcll on Ihe snme mat
ter, Tho debate wns amusing and In
structive. It developed that some of the
members whom Vest had censured wanted
another chance to Instruct him, They are
still laboring under the delusion that Vest
Is not bigger than Missouri, lleforc 11
limit voto was had the morning hour
passed and the regular order was called.
Mr. Murraj's bill, to sop irate the ag
ricultural college from the, state univer
sity, ut Columbia, precipitated quite 11
delsttc. Mr. Murraj lejiurted the bill fa
vorably from tho committee on agricult
ure. -Mr. Corrcll, Democrat, from Vernon
count), moved to re-refer the bill. Mur
raj, Moran, Spencer, of St. Louis, Orlf
nth.. of Ltvlnustuno: Uurnev. of Caldwell.
and othets oppused the motion to re-refer,
'ihe vole, winch shows the temper of the
house, nml indicates thnt the lull will pit's,
was A tor mid S3 against rc-rererring.
On this matter the farmer members me
in the siudle In the house.
This urteinoon, lifter un hours debate,
the militia bill, as It has been heietuforc
outlined In these dlpitches, went to 011
gio"sment practically Without amend
ment. It hnu a sarc majority.
Un motion of Mr. iiothwell, Senator
Yoater's Pettis county circuit court bill,
establishing the Thirtieth Judicial court,
was rend a third time mid pursed without
a dissenting vote.
hi mill Proei e clings.
Just before noon Senator Huschc's fel
low sen ant bill came up lor second le til
ing. It was 1 ere: red to the committee 011
labor. The reference angeled Senator Lj
inuu, who Insisted that all fellow serv
ants bills should be relorred to tho sumo
committee, and ns the one Intioituccd by
Senaloi Haskott some uajs ago had gone
to the committee on railioaus, this one
should be referred to the same committee.
He said ho would lather return the lust
bill without lecommeudatlon nnd let It
be re-referred than to see two bills covei
Ing the same subject referred to different
committees. Senator H iskett Jumped at
the words, and asked Senatot Ljmnn 10
let thu bill bu re-referred. Ljman was
caught In a trap of his own making. In
a pettish humor he said he would 110 so,
und a moment later moved that Uaskett's
bill be re-referred nnd to the committee
011 labor.. Ihe senate saw tho humor of
the occasion and the bill wns so referred.
As the mattei stands now the probabili
ties are a compromise fellow servants bill
will bo submitted and recommended for
passage by the committee on labor. Ihe
political parties are so evenly divided in
tho general assemblj and there Is such a
llshlng for votes that It now seems en
tlrcly possible that some measure along
the lines of labor reform, ns liuorporat-el
In fellow servants bills for tho list twenty
j ears m ij at last become a law.
Senator Haskett said to-night thnt a
prominent member of the ever-piesent
r.iihoad lobby conceded that some, bill of
the kind will p iss.
Several bills were read a third time and
pn-sed. Among these the following np
pear of general Interest: Yealer s non
partisan board of curitors of stnte uni
versity bill. Drum's bill requiring county
boards of cquall itlon to pass upon mer
chants' sworn statements of goods on
hand June 1 for purpose of taxation. Ken
nlsh's bill, empoweilng Justices of the
pence to combine costs with lines In mls
dcinennot cases and commute both to Im
prisonment, Kennlsh's bill, repealing the
Australian ballot law as It applies In city
elections In cities of the fourth class; L
m m's bill to estubllsh a chair of homeop
uthv In the state university, was ile
reated, as was nho Klene's bill, exempting
dentists, oculists and uurlsts from Jury
senator Baskett's bill Increasing the sal
ary of the phjslelau at the penitentiary
Horn J1.200 to $1,500 and Senator Klene s
bill, providing for the appointment of a
commission to net with like commissions
from other states, to BOctire uniformity
of marriage and divorce laws were passed.
SCHOOL Slll'l.ltV IMON.
The IlnlKO Adopts Swilllger's ltttl bj n Cood
Jefferson City, JIo., Jan 31 (Special )
To an observer the debate jcstenlay upon
tho engrossment of Swanger's supervision
bill had manj ludlcious features 'o other
bill during the session to dato has been so
vvaimlj' supported and so bltterlj opposed
Hj turns nearlj everj member on tho lloor
had a little speech for 01 against It. The
l-sue was fairly put. Shull tho schools of
-Missouri, with their 1,000,00) pupils, be
placed under the control, visitation und ad
vice of count school superintendents ' Of
the llftj members who opposed supervision
not one denl-d that, as for himself, he
fuvored It. l'lison, the Populist from La
clede, had much to say about the right of
the people of ench couutj to sottlu tho
mutter lor themselves. When nsked wheth
er he thought counties should have local
option in the punishment of crime lie sub
sided One sood old m in Insisted thnt "the
ueetirit'c -siciiics ot nis coiintj necaeti 110
supervision, that he himself had been ed
icated" In them and thut the people didn't
"want 11 leglslitei 10 make any more use
Aven, of Lincoln, who has n vdlce like
11 cracked fog horn in fair weather, made
a dozen speeches to tho lodles in tho gnl
lerj. In opposition to supervision. Ho has
a habit of swinging his nrms which re
minds ono of the frantic efforts or n bioken
wind mill In a huriicnuc, und when he pcr
tonns ho Is tho observed of all observe rs.
Thu lemarkublo fact about the debate foi
supervision is that when the bill ornic up
foi engrossment tho forces roi und against
It wore nearly equally divided After roui
hours' debate thu vote stood 76 for CO
against. Sw anger, Hlttlnger, .Moran, I'ree
man, Lenzenbj, Davison, Illgbeo.Huillngci,
Urelt, Clioate, Murray nnd some fifty oth
er members supported tho bill, 'ihe senti
ment, In favoi of It is Mowing. The prob
abilities nre that Missouri's school sjstem
H about to take u blj.- strido forvviud.
Last night Mr, Steel, of Jefferson eountj,
appealed before the labor eommltteo of thu
homo and presented arguments In favor
of his fellow servants bill. Mi. rinnnl
gan, of tho Missouri I'aclllo railroad, also
nppearcd before) the committee. At Mr
llumlgun's request thut thu lalhoads bo
given u hearing, Wedneaduj l'ebruary c
was llxeel as tho dato for further nrgu
ment. Lust night a Joint caucus of tho Hopuli
llcaiis of tbu general assembly vvas held
In Uepre-scntattv e hall to eluteimlne upon
uctlou on vailous bills now pending. The
election committee had ugrced, by a ma
jority of ono, to tavor.iblj leport Mr. I'll
lej's bill, but Mr. lllndo and Mr. Julian, of
Kunsas Cltj, iniido u vigorous kick, and
insisted either thut tho Luugulln bill be
reported or thut they would submit u
milium, iciuiu rtiic-r a iwo nours can
eus session nil ngrteincnt naa reached
that both bills bo primed; that both bo
referred to tho steering committee with
power to amend, combine the two und then
Theio Is generally quite n lot of money
In the hands of tho tunsurer of tho bourd
of regoutH of each normal school, and
thero is nlvvajs n tight nmong tho banks
hi tho locality vvhero tho iiouuals aro lo.
cited as to who shall control and use this
money, which Is worth, in each normal
distilct. from $300 to jiOO por J ear. At
Kirlcsvllle thero has been u sttlfo going
on for twenty jeurs over these funds,
which has been u detriment to tho school.
A similar state of facts exists ut War
rensbuig and Capo Glrurdcau.
To settle thesu almost Interminable and
dctilmemnl contests over school funds,
Mr, Ueuslow bus Introduced a bill In tho
house piovlding for tho letting of the
normal funds to banks at contract ruto
Interest, such banks to give bond nnd
otherwise) secure tho fund.
WASHINGTON CHIT CHAT.
Curl Nussbaum, reported as a second
class passenger on thu Hlbo and supposed
to have drowned, wus tho 16-year-old son
of Mrs. Lena Nussbaum. who cumo
from tlermuny three months ago and Is
tmploved by Dr, William A. Jlummoud, of
Mr. lirooks. superintendent of the for
eign mail division of tho postolllce depart
ment, to-duy received a cablegram from
Mr. 1'ritsch, the director general of posts
of Germany, euylntr that nothing has been
heaid of tho two postal clerks on the Elbe,
I'. J. Itoltzeman and 1. II. Hall. Doth Here
Americans. Holtzeman had been In the
sea postal service since 1SD1 and Hall four
years. The vessel carried 220 sacks of moll
matter, mostly for America.
THE TABLET THAT OWES RELIEF.
For tale by Druggists,
or mulled on receipt of price, 50 cents.
OolUfd Drug; Co , Clnelnnstl, Ohio.
EVAHS-aAIXAOHER DRtJO CO.,
Whottstio Agents. KANSAS CITY, M0
LOSS OF LIFEJDN THE ELBE,
"1 110 Omctiit Miiilcmrut shnvTS n Totnl of
.'II I Drimneil In the tlrrnt
New York, Jnn, 31. The ofllelnls of the
North German Llojd have given for
publication the following figures ns the
totnl number of persons on board the
Klboi fifteen llrst cnbini thirty-one sec
ond cnblii! two going from Ilremen to
Southnmpton; 137 steerage nnd 149 crew,
of which twenty nre known to be saved,
nmltlng n total of 314 lost,
A strong northeast gale blew through
out the night, accompanied by n severe
frost, but this did not deter the const
guards niul customs olllcers fiom keep
ing up nn ncllve wntch nil night long
for any signs of other survivors of the
1'lbe. These ronRt gunrdsmen nnd cus
tom house ofllceis hnve been on duty
continuously now for forty-eight hours,
the whole force of both brnnches of the
service hnvlng been on duty since, but
nothing Is seen of thn missing boat nnd
not n vestige of wreckage from her has
yet been vvnshod ashore. Tho majority
of people hole hnve nbnndonocl nil hope
of hearing of the rescue of any more of
the Kibe's passengers or clew, ns tnnnj
of the Yarmouth nnd Lowestoft llshlng
smncks are known to have been plying
near the scene 0 the disaster nnd they
hnve not jet returned, which thej- cer
tainly would hnve done hnd they picked
up nnj survivors.
Although It is generally believed that
the nibe sank nlmost Immediately after
the collision, some of the survivors as
sort thnt they did not see her go down,
nnd thej express the hope thnt she mnj
still be nlloat.
The ngent of the North German Lloyd
compnnv here announces that tho em
peror and empress of Geimunj have tel
egiaphed their condolences to the com
pany nnd ask to be promptly Informed
If nnv mote of tho passengers or crew of
the lll-fiitt.il 1'lbe nre rescued.
Captain Cordon, of the Cratlilc. Talks.
Kotteidnm, Jnn. 31, Interviews which
vvoie had here this nfternoon with Cap
tnln Got don, of the steamer Crathle, nnd
with the second ollicer of thnt vessel,
now leave no room for doubt thnt she
vvas the steamship which ran Into and
sank the 1'lbe. Captain Gordon said
that the Ci.ithle nt 5 30 yesteidnj wns
nbout thirty-live miles from Wntetvvnj.
The wind was noith by west, a hnlf
west. It was verj dark nnd the sea nnd
wind weie strong. Continuing, he s.ald:
"I stood nt the bottom of tho cabin
stnirense nnd was going on deck, when
theie wns n henvj' shock, a crack and
the water began to pour Into the deck.
I ran on deck and saw n laige, strange
ship acrosss tho bows of tho Cr.ithle.
After the collision we returned to the
spot vvhero It occuried, or a near ns we
could make out, but we were unable to
see any signs of the steamer, which we
thought had proceeded on her voyage.
V followed after her for some time,
but lost all sight of her. We waited for
two hours and then pioceedecl to Maas
A Young Man Kxplres Shortly After Re
turning 1 roni n Dante.
IL Close, a joung man living nt No. 90(3
West Twelfth sticet, went to a dance last
night with his slstci. They returned homo
about 1.' o'clock. Ho died shortly utter.
Denth Is supposed to have been caused bj
Hronldju Halidleiip Weights.
Xew York, Jan. 31. The weights In tho
Hiooklyn handicap were given out to
night bv tho secretarj of the Ilrookljn
Jockey Club as follows
Hamapo. r.-127 Sir Walter, 5-124; Dr.
nice, S-1JJ: Itoj el Santa Anita, 4-118; nub
Icon, 4-ll!. Spor', fi-114: La7zarone, 4-114;
Lehman. 4-111: Jlr Trancis, 'i-llO, Hasset
aw, 5-HO; Leonawell. G-10S; liny S, 6-10S;
Hugh Penny, M07; HIr Knight, 4-107; Sis
ter Marj, D-107, Declare, 4-10b: Huckrono,
4.10f,. Mntt Hjrnos, 4-105; Hornpipe. 4-100;
l'atrlcinn, 4-101; Counter Tenor, 3-100; The
Commoner, 3-100; Hathampton, 4-100; Song
nnd Dance, 4-97, Assignee, 4-93; Arcao,
'vi: Uironoss, 4-93
Tho weights In tho lioulov.arel handicap
or $2,500, one mile and .1 furlong, nlso
given out to-night, are as follows:
The Commoner, 121; Connlsseur. 122;
Silvatlon. 122, lloy did Cardes, 123; Keen
on, 111: Annlssette, 111; Dolabra, 111, Sa
bllla, 113 Tho Sage. 112: Gutt.a Porcha, 112;
Bright Phoebus, 119: Monaco. lOSj Doo
colt. 109, Nanklpooh, 105; Kennett, 107,
llolowuy, lOtit llombassette, 103. Shadow
Danco colt, 101; Monte Carlo, 103; Areas,
103, Mldgely, 100; un Up. 100: riro Hrand,
1(0: Helmar. 100; Marietta, 107; Deno, W,
BRIEF ITEMS BY WIRE.
Oljmpla, Wnsh., Jan. 31 To-dnv's sen
atorial ballot resulted' Ankenj', 1.8. Wil
son, 29, Allen, 7, McMillan, 11; Hell, 23,
Lewis, il, scattering, 3 No choice,
Dover, Del, Jnn 31 Two more ballots
were tnken In the United States senatorial
fight to-daj, making a totnl of twentj-four
ballots taken thus fai without result,
New Orlcnns, Jan. 31. The Jury In tho
case of Ambrose Smith, th well known
atternej, charged with embezzling T1.000
which ho hnd colleeteel foi ono of his ell
ents, to-dny returned a verdict of gulltj'.
Green Haj', Wis,, Jnn. 31. Dr. II. A. Mc
Chesney. a young society man. gave o
stag and progressive cinch party last night
on a lavish scale, Henry llahr. a wealthy
brewer, tho winner of tho llrst prize, re
celved a deed to 120 neres of land valued at
Knox, Ind.. Jan. 21 A rear end collision
of freight trains nt North Judson, on tho
Indiana, llllnoii n Iowa roud, resulted In
tho killing of Conductor Vincent, of Htrent
or, HI. The brakeman and engineer of the
colliding train were severely Injured and
a number of cars wore smashed.
Atlanta, Cla , Jan. 31, Harris Stevenson,
colored, wns hanged to-day at Dawson for
inei niuruer or J. u, weirs, wnilce, last J ear,
All the testimony was circumstantial, He
ll.nllulail lilu l.innnnxnn nn . I. .11 "-.. .
IituiiDUM ,.,n iiiiiuuiivc U mc UIIUWS HI1U
JC-hged the sheriff to discover the real mur
dertr and bring him to Justice.
Urooklvn. N. Y., Jan. 31. Piesident Mor
ton, of the Atlantic Avenue Itnllro.nl Com
pin j. uppeuied before Judgo Welsh In tho
Adams street police court to-day to answer
to the charges made uguinst him of break
ing tho law In making his men work more
rhnn ten hours h daj. Ills attorney asked
for an adjournment until Satuidaj morn
ing ut lo o'clock, which wus granted,
Chicago, Jon. 31 The charges against
Mosos Avener, tho Hock Island switchman
who hus been one of the co-defendants
with Debs In the conspiracy case, wus ells,
misted by Judge elrosscup to-daj. The
court held that the evidence ugalnst Ave
ner vvas Insutllclent to warrant further
proceedings against him. The greater part
ot the daj 'a session vvas taken up with the
evidence of General Superintendent Dun
lap, of tho Ilock Islnnel railroad.
Chicago, Jan. 31. The restrainng order
preventing the whisky trust receivers from
taking any uctlon In the proceedings under
which they were uppolnted will remain In
torcu until Suturduy morning, Judge
Grcsscup entered the order jesterdaj and
expected to-day to htur urguments on a
motion to oust therecelver.but on account
of tho gravity of the situation the court an
nounced to-day that the motion would not
be taken up until Saturday,
Chicago, Jan. 31, S. It. Lamont, once a
well Know u Chlcagoan, was sent to the
Jelferson Insane asylum by Judge Hlshop
to-day, Lamont had a. delusion that his
brother, W. L. Blood and Mrs. ftuggles,
principal of a North tide school, were per
secuting him on account of his $:o.000
wcjliu U4 iJjuiiciiy ill euticKii, 4vas. lU-
rnont boarded at Sirs. Ruggles' home, No.
43 Oak street, and Blood was a fellow
boarder. Mrs. HuggUa said that Lamont
had continually annoyed her by tencUne
female detectves to locate Blood,
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NEW BR00IYISSWEEP CLEAN.
I ort fieott8 I'olleo Hoard 1'xpeetH to l'nforce
the l'rohlldlory I.uw to the Letter.
Tort Scott, Kas., Jnn. 31. (Special.) It
is expected tho newly appointed honrd
of police eommlbslonerH will tnko charge
of the iKilIco department of this city to
morrow. Tho members have given out
the Information that tho prohibitory
law will be strictly enforced, and In con
sequenco nil tho t.iloons In the city de
ckled to close up until they Unci -whether
they Mill be ulloued to run or not. Each
saloon hus been pnylner n monthly flno
ot $15 In ad.tnce, but when tho collector
made his rounds to-day they refused to
pay until guaranteed protection. The old
board of eommlHsloners iins remoed
Wednesday by Governor Morrill, and,
uu thu newly nppolnted board has not
jet received Its commlssliiiis, the police)
department Is without a head, and all
business Is In the hands of Chief of Po
lice Copes, who expects to bo remove''
HAPPENINGS IN KANSAS,
Independence. Kas.. Jan. "1. (Sneclnl.)
The cai.0 of the state ui-ulnst Ouy Vennble,
cnarKeu nn mo nnciuciion ot r.oiu. xiob
Kelt, lues dlsmUeed jesterday by the coun
ty attorney. Miss HoitKett wus found In
ihe home of the Vennhlu family, but sho
testified thut she went there of her own
Independence, Kas , Jnn, 31. (Special.)
At a ineetlnfe- of the city council lust night
resolutions were adopted fuorlnir tho pui
ehaso of the water works, und requested
Benator McTarrKart und llepreentutlo
lienellel nf this county, to tecuro the nee
cstury leKlslutiou aulhoriiint' this city to
Issue bonds for thut purpose.
Ohithe. Kas,, Jan. 31. (SiieclaU This
afternoon the coroner's Jury found that the
two men found dead In a fruit car yester
eluy ut llonltii came to their death by as
phxlatlon. The chief of rullce of l)aen
port, la., telegraphed to-day to Sheiilf
tilover that one of the men was
probably Henry Hjer, of that city. Thero
Ii nothing found to leud to the Identifica
tion of the other one.
lndepenilence, Kas,, Jan. 31. (Special )
William 11. Del.ong, a drujinnn of thli
city, noticed an advertisement In a Kansas
City paper a few dass ago, deslilng Infor
mation concerning the whereabouts of a
person by Ids name, stating thut he hail
several thousand dollars coming to him by
the death of a relative. UeLoug went to
Kansas City and ascertained that the de
ceased was an uncle of his who lived In
Wellington, Kus , und thnt ho hud left JM..
ljo to be dlv Idee! among hU four nephews,
irel.ong Is In Wellington now, looking after
his thare of tho estate,
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