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THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. FBIt)A, FEBRUARY 1, 1805
KANSAS CITY, KANSAS.
GALVIN & HATFIELD,
S, W, Cor, I3tli and Stewart Avenue,
KANSAS CITY, KAS.
Examine this Price List, and if it suits
you give us
M lbs. Oranutnted Sugar, Jl.
M lbs. Light Hi-own, 1.
30 lbs. Rrown, l.
S lbs. it, and J. Coffee, St.
Hroken Java Coffee, 16c per lb.
Oooil Coffee, lOo to 20s per lb.
Ten from 15c to 40c per lb.
rioiir, J1.21 to $1.90 per cwt.
Corn Meal, fi small sacks 23c
Pure Buckwheat, r lb. sks. 20e,
Hrenkfast Holled Oils, 2 pkgs. 15o.
Scotch Oats, 4 pkgs. 3(c.
Wlilte Holled Onts, 2 pkgs. 16c.
Navy Ilea hi, 7 lbs. 25c.
Hutter Hcann, 4 lbs. S3c.
Klce, S lbs, 2oc
IO0o Starch, 7 lbK. 2.'-c.
Prepared Buckwheat, 2 pkgs. IRo.
Code's Huekwhcat, 4 pkgs. 30c.
Cod l'lsh, 4 bricks 2.1c.
Ibex So.ip, 7 bars !3c.
Water ijiieen, 7 bars 25c.
Saxon, 8 bars 25c.
White Cashmere, 6 hart 23c.
Double Har. 0 bars I5e.
Ivors', fi bars 25c.
Pure Cocoantit, long bar, 3 for 25c.
Toilet Soap, 1 do?.. 23c.
Ilrooms, 2uc: 2 for 33c.
Cotton Mops, 10c: 3 for 2oC.
Corn Starch, To pkg.
Cleaned Current?, 2 pkss. 15e.
Hggs, 20c per doz.
Canned Com, 4 cans 23c.
llest Coin, 4 cans 30c.
Canned Tomatoes, 4 cans 23c.
llest Tomatoes, 4 cans 30c.
Canned Apples, 3 cans 23c.
I'lne Apples. 2 cans 2",c.
Canneil rigs, 2 cans 23c.
Canned Gooseberries, 3 cans 25c.
Canned Apricots, 2 cans 23c.
Cnnned Peas, 3 cans 23c.
Old Colony Pens, 2 cans 23c.
Conned Plums, 2 caii3 23c.
Salmon, 3 cans 23c.
Oysters, 2 cans 25c.
Oysters, small, 3 cans 25c.
Sardines, 3 cans 25c.
Sirdines, small, 7 cms 25C.
Pickles. 2 do?. ISc,
150 bushels Potatoes at 60c per bushel.
, Tomorrow (Saturday) we will give
ro lbs Granulated Sugar for $1.00 with
every $5.00 order of merchandise.
q The Journal office has been
q removed from the Chamber
H of Commerce to the first floor
3 of the Columbia Building at
1 Sixth street and Minnesota
FOR KILLING EGAN.
BIIROEAXT UAMPTOS'S EXAMINATION I
HKKOIti: .HlhTIci: IICTTS. .
ONLY ONE WITNESS TESTIFIESi
JIONDS WII.1. RE
Conductor Held Up nnd Robbed by Armed
Men Dellctency In tho Police Tund
Candidates for Chief of 1'ollco
(iun Club Men to Meet.
The preliminary hearing of Police Ser-
ceant Hampton, charged with killing Edgar
r, i .fie THrst u. ir.1 ii.t netnher was
Lagan in the iMrst ward last oclouer. was
commenced In Justice Belts' court yester-
day morning. Only one witness was exam-
tned during the day. Mrs Hagan, widow of
the man who wii,s killed, was placed on tho
stnnd In the morning and when court ad
journed sho was being cross-examined by
Attorney Hale, who represents Hampton,
There was nothing sensutlonal In her evi
dence. The story she told of the killing
was about the ume as was published at
Tho attorneys had a tilt over the question
as to tho admissibility of evidence relative
to the career of Hagou during his lifetime.
The defense tried to show that U-iKan was
under Indictment in the courts of Chi
cago on the charge of assault with Intent
to kill at the time he ivm killed. The staid
fililecte.l tn n rinpatlnn r.twnnnn.lnil In Mrs
Uagan as to tv hither she knew that such
,.-,w .!, .....e Klio .nl,l .ho .11,1 .,nt Th
was tho case, fehe sad she did not. The
defense claimed ahe did, and a discission
lasting nu hour took place ns to the ad-
possibility of the evidence, Justlco Uetta
decided In favor of the state.
Later In the day the same question uroso
and It was found that the defense Intended
to impeach her evidence. If It could. This
naturally biought the question up again,
and tho attorneys ngieed to consider It the
flist thing this morning. Mrs. Hagan was
very rigidly cross-examined by Attorney
Hale nnd when court ndjourncd last even-
lng he stated that idie w-ould ho tho llrst
witness to be called this morning. Upon
ogi. .anient, It was decided to meet prompt
lv at 0 o'dock and arcue the nueatlon re.
furred to, As soon as this Is disposed of
the examination of witnesses will be re
sumed. There are a number of witnesses sub
poenaed in the case nnd it will take about
four days to complete the hearing. Tho
neienuont, nm vvuo ana niotner, occupieu
seats in the court room during the day,
All of tho witnesses for each side urn
placed unaer tne ruie ami are not si
lowed to b in the court room until they aro
railed to the witness stand,
A Mnn nnd n Wonrin Itorclve Severe
Juries by Falling.
Two accidents occurred yesterday from
falling. Mrs, James Qoodloe, a colored
woman weighing 250 pounds, started from
her home on Terry street to do some wash
ing for one of her patrons. She was as-'
cendlng the stairway leading to Ferry
street from the Iron bridge, and her feet
l'iL, . vHlK
bottom of the stairway, a distance of near
ly twenty feet. Her left leg was broken
above tho anklo and she was badly bruised
about tho body. Her Injuries wero dressed
by the pollca surgeon.
Ojcnr Shleber, a foreman at tho Armour
I'acklng Company, was the second victim.
He fell on tho ley pavement on State ave
nue, and broke his right leg above thn
lines, Tho Injury Is a serious one, Pollcq
Surgeon I.utz attended him, and he was
sent to his home on Washington avenue In
tho patrol wagon
Needy 1'eraous Itelloved.
Tho Kansas City Relief Association has
ilono much to relieve tho suffering of the
poor of tills city during Its organization,
Secretary Haren reported yesterday that
the association had during the past few
days relieved C6 persons, as follows;
Coal, 27; groceries, 31; shoes and dry
goods. 7; medicine to the sick. 1. Tho as.
soclatlon Is nearly out of funds and will
have to quit unless tho charitably disposed
r-lfzens do somethlnsr to assist It. 'PhA
ofllceii claim that they were promised, by ( 8
a trial order.
20 bushels Turnips nt 30c per bushel.
Colorado Potatoes, 70c per bushel.
Cabbage. l4c per lb.
Mixed Nul, 10c per lb.
No. 2 t.amp Chimneys, for 2c.
No. 1 Lamp Chlmnejs, 7 for 23c.
wn sctAj Tttn iikst uiirad in the
. . . CITY.
1 large loaf, 4e: 2 small, 4c.
3 medium loaves, 0c.
1 keg Herring, iOc.
Clothes Pins, 5c tier dos.
(linger Snaps, 4 )h. 25c.
Crackers 6 lbs. 25c.
5 gvls. Coal Oil, V.
6 gals. Gasoline, 40c.
Star, 40c per lb.
torso Shoe, 38c per lb.
Anchor, 35e per lb.
Out of Sight. 30c per lb.
News noy. 4oe.
Somthlng Good, 3Sc.
Happy Thought, 42c.
Piper Itelrlslclt, fiOc.
Iluke's Mixture. 1 lb and pipe, 35c.
Hlue Navy, 0 pkgs. 25e.
Uncle Tom, 6 pkgs. 23c.
Twin Hill, 4 pkgs. 23c.
Peek's Hunting, I pkgs, 25c.
Orphan llov, fi pkgs. 25c.
Plow llov, S pkgs. 25c.
Navy Clippings, o pkgs. 23e.
Twist Tobicco, 3".e per lb,
Round Steak, .c per lb.
Chuck Steak. 5c per lb.
Sirloin Steak. 10c per lb.
Porterhouse Steak, 10c per lb.
Roasts, ,",c to Sc per lb.
Rolling Meat. 3e to 6c per lb.
Family I.ard, 7c per lb.
(lood I.ard, 9c per lb.
Home Rendered I.ard, lie per lb.
Rnll li.-ienn. SHn tier lb.
Preakfast Bacon, lie per lb.
Ham, 8 to lie per lb.
Rologna, 6c per lb.
Kresh Pork, whole or half hog. 64C ccr
lb: price on this pork subject to change.
2 lbs. nest Country nutter, 3oc.
number of people that If the movement was
at. 11 ted they would render It all the as
sistance necessary to make It a success.
Mr. Haren stated that those who had made
such great promises were the verv ones
th.it were slow In contributing. The as
sociation Is badly In need of money and If
It does not receive It, It will be compelled
A llcllclrnc nf About 8U,()00 In tlio Tiillco
The new police board will not take hold
of the police depaitment until to-day. It
was thought that It would uo ho last even
ing, nnd, as a consequence, the members
of the old board went to the city halt pre
pared to turn over.
When It .was found that the new mem
bers would not bo there to nice charge
the members of the old bsnrd adjourned,
Seciotnry Piay stated last evening that
the old board did not want to Iran met any
business now, for the leason that the mem-
hers had sent lu their iisignatlons.
their money to-day. The dinners are that
nil of them would not get their salaries
anvwaj. Treasurer reiguvon llgured up
uie police mint yesterday anil round tnnt
theie wait only ubout 51,300 on hnnd The
monthly nay roll of the denaitment ua-
1 gregntes S.1,.100 Tills leaves a dellclency of
'about .',000. The money now on hand will
likely bo paid out to the flist ones that op-
jivi.i i.i.n ii, i.iiiir,, aim inoiv win, mu
..I I.. I .. ill l. , l . ..,.
Biuiv in ui'iiruiwiK win ur ri'timrcu lu wait
mini .unif iinj- iiiuut'3 n luiifi'iuu, ur inu
I city gets some money In the general fund,
i The closing of the Joints Is the cnue of
I the small amount of money In the police
Itinu uerc.irttr. in tne event tne Joints
are kept dosed, the police will have to wait
with tho rest of the city olllcera to get their
money The nnniinl pay roll of the pollco
deportment amounts almost lo o.s much
, , icenue derived In the gen-
ern tlmil Ti,e 11PW roce board. It Is
stated, will i educe tho number of men and
Hum save the city considerable money.
Plnlnltfr Sm1:s to Set AMdn u Mortgage
(liven li George Kroh.
Tho suit of 'U" S. Iloylan nnd others
against C 1'. Kroh, administrator of tho
estate of the lato George Kroh, was com'
menued In the common pleas court yester
day. It Is a suit to set nsldo a mortgage of
mooo given by Oeorgo I. Ktoh to his wife
Vhllo living .Mr. Kioh was n stockholder
In tho '.Vjnndottn Loan and Trust Com
pany, which elected tho building lit the
or i iiiu anil .vnunesoia uveuue
tnn rvew York Life building
f 'l? ,,ll',c.?1,,!IF"5 '""i "?! Pro'ke nranmblo
llntl ,hl UUllUlllB WUH SOld to tllO NCW York
ufu msuranto Company on a mortgage,
Mr, Kroh Income Involved by imuoii of
his transactions with tho loon and trust
company. When somo of the paper of tho
company fell due the company cpuld not
meet it oiitl IvroJi unil several other men
"" 1'? "0,,e t0 f,"1'0.." , T"0? w''0
'nt f,",o note with Kroh claim that It
wns a v'alld claim against his wtae. Kroh
signed for JD.lrtO. Shortly ufter liH death
Mrs. Kroh placed a mpitgago on llle In
the register of deeds' olllee, It was given
in favor of her and vviib tdgned by the de-
ceased. It covered nil of tho deceased's
proneitv nnd wus given to secure a elulni
of S3J.000. The tiersous who went on the
note with Kroh to tnke up tho paper for
tho loan nnd trust company then tiled -.ult
ugulnst the udmlnlslrutor of tho estate to
sot aside the mortgage. In thn petition It
Is claimed thnt the mortgage placed on file
by Mrs. Kroh wus given to defraud other
creditors. Tho suit will bo on
MMUTIMI OP (IUN CI.UII
will Arrungo for tho Annual Tournament
to Ilu Held In 'I hi. Citv
Tho Metropolis Qun Club, of this dty,
has Issued ft call for this evening at 7:30 at
the olllee of Justice of the I'eace Swing
ley. Tho purpose of tho meeting la to for
mulate plans for conducting an annual
tournament of the Kunsas State Bports.
men's Association, which will be held In
this city May 21, J2. i!J of this year. Tho
Metropolis Oun Club Is the originator of
tho movement, and If It ha tho assistance,
necessary, wll, make the affair a tiuccess.
The question of raising tho necessary
funds will bo discussed. An Invitation haa
bJe'K KM SK
City, Mo , gun clubs to be present and take
They Hold Up ami Itob an KUctrlo Car
About 8 o'clock last night two men board
ed the electric cor at Armourdale and sig
nified their Intentions as going to Argen
tine. Conductor A. H. liockman had col
leoted their fares and took no further no
, tlco of the men until upon, nearlng the old
I foundry on South Twelfth street, while his
Lock was turned from them, they coy.
ered him with two revolvers and ordered
that he deliver over his cash and be In a
hurry about It, too. Bockman handed
over all the money In Ills possession,
amounting to 18 80. After they took the
money they stepped off the car and or
dered him to "pull out." The city at that
point Is sparsely settled and poorly lighted,
so that It was Impossible to see which way
thev lied. Cinn nt the men was about K feet
Inches tall, with a light mustacha and. I
I IT IS CERTAINLY HERE,
Oar Old tlnemr the tlrlp Has Comic Again
and Is tannine Ureal trouble.
There Is not a particle of doubt about It
Clrlp Is here. It may not bo so much epi
demic ns upon Its II ret lslt but the num
ber that are nllllctej with It Is Appalling.
Coughing, hacking, wheeling, sneetlng
all the usual symptoms hae appeared.
There Is danger m the air; contagion In
"But what aro you going to do about
It?" Witt you sit still and let It nltaek
yon, or prostrate your family? Yoil can't
afford to do this, If yon know anything
about grip you know that It can easily be
held In cheek If taken In time, livery
phvslcl.in the world oer know that n
pure stimulant taken promptly and In time
will drive away the grip before It can get
a foothold It must be a good and relia
ble stimulant though, and It Is freely ad
mitted that nothing fur' this purpose has
eer been found to equal Duffy's Pure
Malt Whiskey. During the last epidemic
of grip this pure and palatable prepara
tion did more to keep the grip In cheek
after It had gotten started than any or
all other remedies, u fortllleil the body
to withstand the chilling effects of th
grip; It kept the blood moving healthily;
In fact, It did what must bo done lit every
case, behind nature, to throw It off
It would be well to bear In mind that
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey Is enabled to
do all this because It possesses Just the
medlclnnl nualltlcs iieecasnrv to rouse thn
latent energies of the body when grip
is in me air. .mi wiuc-nivaicc urug
ami grocers Keep ii in siock.
wore a light grey overcoat and cap. The
other was about 5 feet 6 Inches tall, was
dresed In dark clothes, wore a light blue
overcoat, was Mnooth faced nnd wore a
black, dudlsh hat.
Four Well Known Cltlrens In thn Race for
Chief nf Police.
There Is a spirited contest going on
among the many applicants for the posi
tion of chief of pollen under thn new board.
So far there are four candidates O.K. Sor
vlss, c. P. Denlson, Steve March and Will
lam Prny. The last two names wero mi n
tloned jesterday for thn llrsl time. Mr.
March Is a deputy under Sheriff I'ptcrpnn,
Mr. 1'ray was formerly a dry goods mer
chant on Minnesota avenue. His friends
brought him out. vestcrday afternoon. Ho
wns a member of the old board of police
commissioners nnd noted as secretary. Ho
secured that position bv reason of his long
acquaintance with ex-(5ovornor I.cwelllng.
Will Re Taken Cp by City Treasurer Tur
The city will take up and psy on out
standing bonds to the amount of $111,000
to-day. They will be surrendered to the
fiscal agent of the city at New York. The
bonds were Issued several jeari ago for the
payment of the costs of Improving streets
here. City Treasurer Perguson yesterday
received $20,000 from the eountv treasurer
to be applied lo the bond sinking fund.
This monev will be sent to New York to
div to tnke up ome other bonds that will
soon fall due. Treasurer Ferguson stated
that the minor ami council had made ar
rangements to take enre of any bonds that
might fall due between this and the time
that the city will receive more money from
the county treasurer.
Held to the District Court.
Hays Jenkins wns nrrnlgned In Justice
Swlngley'h court yesterdny morning on the
charge of ,T-s,iutlng August Neurneler
with Intent to kill. lie was hound over to
the district court, and being unable to glv
tho required bond was sent to Jail to awnlt
trial. Charles Smith, charged with enter
ing the home of Jesse Ho,vd In Armnurdnle
and stealing a l.irgn amount of clothing
wns also arraigned nnd bound over to the
district court. Ills bond wns fixed at JWO
and he was sent to Jail because he could
not furnish It.
Mo!p Ills ."Money.
Yesterday afternoon about B o'clock,
while the street cars were nil crowded with
passengers, HIllv Martin, a new man on
the "1." rood, who was being broken In by
Conductor Tlnrrct, was relieved of $9.10. Th
theft was committed between James street
and the state line. Martin hsd tn lav off
anil mny not get initiated further for some
Will be paid to nnv person who will fur
nish evidence to convict persons or par
ties stealing the Journal from subscribers.
All parties arrested will bo vigorously
Miss Carrie I.utz, of Richmond. Mo, Is
In the eltv, the guest of her sister. Mrs,
Jnmes Dick, of No, 4Ifi Treeman avenue
Miss I.utz will leave this evening for Chi
cago and New York, where she will visit
relatives till spring.
Mr. William I'ranklln, nf ndgerton place,
left lust evening for Jenver, to visit
Wnllaee Ilerner, of .Mexico, Mo,, was In
the city jeMerdav visiting lelatlves.
County Attorney Miller returned vester
dav morning from Topeka, where he at
tended the banquet of the young crowd
Judge W K Arnold, of the Leslie n.
Ktelev Institute, of Dwlght, Ills, wns In
the eitv jeMerdav, the guest of the mnn
ageis of the branch of this city He was
much pleased to see the good work which
was going on nt this point
Low Is Johnson, of Itronson, Ind . Is vis
iting friends of North Fifth strec t.
County Treasurer llenjamln Schnlerle
left Inst night for Topel.n, to meet with
the commlttte on taxation. Ho lepresents
the T.ixp.ivers' League, which Is endeav
oiliig to prevent any Increase of tnes.
Mis, Jennie Mnjci, of this city, left last
night for Atlontn, On . to attend the meet
ing of the National Woman's Suffrage As
sociation. Mis. Major Is a delegate ap
pointed by the state socletj.
rr.inlc Nash, who linn foi tho past year
had charge of the police force at Swift,
has sent In his resiuintlon to thnt com
piinj", to tako effect March 1. He has pur
chased a farm In Oklahoma and will mine
his family to that place during the com
The musla committee of the rirst Con
gieg.itlonal church gave a social partj' ;n
the church parlors last night.
Tho stewards of the People's Methodist
church gavo a social last evening at tho
I.awson Allen and I-nima Morris, of this
city, were granted a marriage license yes
terday by tho probate Judge,
Mr. and Mrs. Michael McGown. of No.
CIS South 1'ourth street, vvero veiy pleas
antly MirnrUeil last evening by n largo
number of their friends.
The evening was spent In cards, music,
dancing and various gimes of nmiisement.
At a lato hour un elegant luncheon was
Mrs. O, U. Stone, of Grand Ilaplds,
Mich., Is In tho city visiting friends and
S. C. Combs left last night for Cleve
Miss Clara Hillings Is entertaining Miss
Sadie Osborne, of Peru, Kas,
L.ife Orllllth and brlda arrived In this
city yesterday from Mount Vernon, III ,
where thuy wero united In marriage
Wednesday. The newly married couple
will mnke this their future home.
Mrs. McCurtj. who has been In this
city for the post week attending her sick
son. r. McCarty, returned to her home,
at Lin wood, Kas yesterday,
George Alltop, of tho Armourdale Ice
Company, has been awurded the contract
of filling tho Ice houses belonging to the
Held Ilros, Packing Company,
Miss Tancie Hughes, who left this city
about ft month ago for HI Paso, Tex., for
the benefit of her health, Is dangerously
III In that city;
The prospect of relief from dras(lo ca
thartics for persons troubled with con
stipation Is poor Indeed. True they aot
upon the bowels, but this they do with vio
lence, and their operation tends to weaken
the Intestines and Is prejudicial to thu
stomach. Hosteller's Stomach Hitters Is an
effectual laxative, but It neither gripes nor
enfeebles. Furthermore, n promotes UI.
gestlon and a regular action of tho liver
and the kidneys. It Is an efficient barrier
against and remedy for malarial complaints
and rheumatism, and is of great benefit to
the vveuk, nervous and aged, As a medic
inal stimulant It cannot be surpassed.
Physicians cordially recommend It, and lu
professional Indorsement Is fully borne out
by popular experience. Appetite and sleep
are both Improved by this agreeable lu-
vlgorant and alterative,
NEWS FROM LEAYENWOmi,
Tin: HANytiirr to senator haki:ii
TO-.Mimr wn.t. hi: a oiiiiat AiTAtit,
The (lilu t liib Preparing for a Shunt 1 1 It
the Kansas llty, Kim., tiuli
tllstbe Chickens Come to
'I own In Fight.
livery arrangement Is complete for the
banquet to be tendered to the lion I.uelen
Haker to-night. No pain have been spared
to nvvkp the occasion one that will add
luster to the fame of Ijcavenworth ns a
The Invited guests will arrive here on n
special train over the Santa To nt 5 p, m.
and will be met at the depot by the reeert.
Hon committee In carriages nnd escorted to
the hotel and later to the banquet hall,
They will leave the city at II n. in. Satur
day morning, stopping one hour at the
home to call upon the ofllrers nnd sec tlio
many objects of Intertst there.
Ileal lXnte Transfers.
The following ttnnsfers of renl estato
arc reported by Ocorge II, Hyde, ab
stracter, room SS, Hyan building:
11. It Hllber to Martha A. Phillips! lots
7, , 9 nnd 10. block 21, Klckapoo.
Henry A, Norwln to II. O. and Sadie
Adams, part of tlm southwest quarter of
section SI, township 11, rnngo W, 120 acres,
also the north half of the northwest quarter
of the southeast quarter of section 24.
township 11, lango in, 20 acres, 34 2oo.
Dudley Uustln to Julia II. Willard: !J
acres in the northwest quirter of section 2.
township 10 range 21, ,tv.
Cuollne .vloenlch to Julius Hoppc! part
or the northwest quirter of section 3,
township 10, range 21, M acres, JU00.
M. L. Harkcr lo Alex Caldwell! lots 31
nnd ,T' block 3, llnclicr's rcplat of Wood
land place, MS0.
Jacob Oeyer and J. I). Shnfor to S. A.
Davidson: nart of the north hnlf of tin.
northwest quarter of section !i, township
'J, rnngp 21, JIT5.
V. V. Xlortland to Hose II. MorMind:
south twenty reel of lot 3, block 4, Davis'
addition. I. I
Mrs. M J. Cunimlngs to Henry C Long:
wet forty feet of lot 8, block SO, Clark &
Joseph Palm nnd Miss Sacks were mar
ried yesterdnv by Justice Uond. The ccuplc
stooil under tho large horse shoe which the
Judge has for such occasions,
CI, I!. Hoyle and Frank King. th pirtles
nrrested for robbing John Velth's tailor
shop, were held for examination rebrunry
n by Justice Dond In the sum of jsoo.
l'rnnk Williams was held under JM0 bonds
for receiving stolen property.
The remains of John Ilannon, who died
with typhoid fever nt his father's house,
will be burld at Mount Calvary to-dav.
The I.eivenworth Oun Club has selected
the following members to defend the cham
pionship cup against the challenge of the
Kansas City, Kius., club: J W. Sexton,
Walter Keller, Armour Robinson. II. W,
Koohler. S II. McUlmv and .1 A Lane.
The sixth member will nttend onlv ns a
substitute. The contest will come off hero
.Mrs Prances IMwnrds Instituted suit for
dlvoice against her husband, John VA
wanls, In the district court vesterdav.
The Jioiwi damage suit of I'red Smith
against the Union Pacific railroad was on
trial at the district court . stent ly. Mr,
Smith's lmro scared nt a pis-dug ti.iln
some months ago. throwing him out and
sevorciv Injuring him. which Is the cause
of action John T. O'Keefe Is plnlntllf's
nttomej, while N. II. Loomls and II I"
Williams, of Topeka, repiesent the de
fense. A number of OInthc chlckrns were pitted
ngnlnit Leavenworth birds last night at
the North side pit Considerable money
changed hnnds on the results.
A concert will be given nt the Cathedral
Pebruary 12 to celebrate the completion of
the hnnd'ome new organ thnt has Just
been placed In the church.
The Leavenworth Club extends a cordial
welcome all visitors to visit lis he.nl.
quarters dining the banquet to-night
i ne appraisers nave completed tneir
duties ns tn nunrjtlplni? tlie llrtihtnr, ,Vinl
Compnnj's renl estate, which thev pla'cerl '
at S21.ora Theie are 1 "00 nrres of beautiful
farming land to be sold umW the ham
mer at an early daj
The mnehlncrj- at the prison mine gave
way vpsterilny. rau.-lng a,delny In holst-
iiic- cm i i or n rin.v or two,i
llnth shops of the flreat. Western Stove
Company start up next .Monday giving
emploj'nient to ?,00 iopii
Colonel .1 II i: Wlegnnt vrstenliv, In
bolinlf nf Lincoln camp No. IS, Woodmen
of Amerlcn, until the wldnw of the late T.
J Itleh.irds !2,O0O the ininunt of Insurance
carried bv him Thej nl-o erected a hand
some monument nt Ms grave nt a cost of
Surgeon Jones, of the home, returned
from Topelta vestcrd-n
Nathan Itovle, l.ite of the NlnctjMlrst
New Vnrk Infnntrv died at the home hos
pital yest.rday The remains will be burled
In the National cemetery to-day.
The .lolntkeepers In the Cltv Will lie Noti
fied tn lietlri- I'rnin 1 hrlr I'nbiw
The Jolntkeepers nf this cltv will soon
receive notice from County Attornev Miller
to close their places uf business, ,is he
hns iKeliled to enfori e tho prohibiten
law In this cltj, as has been done In
Kansas city. Kns. V prominent cltlren
stated vestenlay thai h hid been told
bv County Attorney Miller that the pro
prietors of nil Joints In Argentine would
lerelve notice- to stop the sale of Intoxi
cating Illinois, iiinl If the order Is dis
obeyed they will be irrestcd The Joint
keepers do not appear lo be much wnirli-d
nver the prospect of being compelled to
Must I'nv fnr Swearing.
Swearing hereafter will be an expensive
luxutv at liollco he.lilnuarlei.s In Mile, eltv
owing to nn ngtceiinnt made vestenlav
among the members of tho police foice
and cltv nlllclals. vvlibli specifies that any
city officer, m-wspipcr reporter oi chronic
loafer using profane language while lu
the police headquarters w 111 be fined 10
cents for each olfunse The fines are to
be kept In n small bank When the tines
collected amount to Jl the money will bo
donated to tin- churches of the cltv Tho
first donation will be given to the liaptlst
church. Chief Jtlchardsou wns the fiist
to ureak the agreement and was fined 30
cents. T. M. Harre.t, a special, raised tho
lino to 50 cents,
Death of Wllllniu Kiepers.
William Keepers, for ten jcais a well
known nnd respected citizen of this city,
died Wednesday night at his homo, Tlio
deceased had been an Invalid for nearly
four yeais, and was bedfast for mouths
before his death. Tho funeral servicer will
bo held ut 11 o'clock Sunday moinlng In.
teinient In Woodlawn cemetery, Tho A,
O, U, W will meet Satin day night to
make arrangements for thn funeial,
Arrestril for 1 lief t,
Alonzo Mai tin was arrested yesterday
charged with stealing $18 from Oeorgo
Hnldrldgo. Ho will be tried In Justice
Trowbridge's court at 10 o'clock this morn
Ono of tho most cnjoj-ablo socluls of the
season was given lust evening at tho homo
ot MlKa I.sdla Simmons by tlio V, P. S.
Ynlter Hocker, a joung boj', was nr
rostcd yesterdny on the charge of fighting,
Ha was dlsmtssod by tho acting police
judge on a promise of fttturo good be
liuvfor, Hobert Makes wns nrrested yesterday
for peddling without a city license. io
gavo bond for his appearance In pollco
com t on February 13.
Itebekah degree, I, O, O. r.. wilt hold a
boclal meeting at their hall this evening,
Will Davis, a nephew of Street Cominls
elunur Charles Iloin, has received u mes.
sage announcing tho serious Illness of his
muther, who lives lu Maryland.
A meeting of the Good Will Society was
held jesterday at tho homo of Mrs, 11. w,
A social will be given this evening at the
Turner school housu by tho Puptlsi church
of that place.
Don't vru.lt until J on ra sick before trying
Carter's Little Llrtr Pills, but get avUl ut
om-e. You ean't talis theui without, benefit.
Humnceker.' Excursions via the tunta l'
Itouto t'eli. J -lb, March flth and
April Hud, '03.
On the above da Us the Santa Fe routs
will sell tickets to all points In Kansas,
Oklahoma, Indian territory, Colorado,
Utah, New Mexico and Texas at one fare
for the round trip, plus U. Minimum sell
lng rate, J7. Tickets aro good twenty days
and stopovers will be allowed en routo ex
cept to points south of I.a Junta, Col.
For rates, etc., cull on or address
GEOHGK W, HAGHNHUCH,
I. and T. A.. A., T. & S. F. R. R
Northeast corner Tenth and Main jeetu
or 10W Union Avaue.
Will wear away the hardest stone, A small payment made every week on the
furnishing of your home will soon pay for it all without your feeling the cost.
Should he without comfort and case when it can be
GREAT INSTALLMENT HOUSE,
Nob. 12m and 1211 Main Street.
Goods said on installments to
kanss .tati:mmi;n nir.ccs a tutiWT
vAitir.iv or M!:.simi:i.
IIIU tn Appropriate Ml (111,000 for the Ite
lief of Western Klllists 1'iissed thn
linn. (i I lie Mink Vurils Hilt
Topeka. Kns , .Tnn. 31 (Special ) The
house this morning besrnn to wrestle with
the pinblein of ho.v to employ nil the In
dividuals who want Job'.
The donate hnd already
granting a pension of J.'
per month to
Irving Covey, who was accidentally wound
cd during the war of 'W The question wus
as to whether the hoiiio sin uld concur In
tho action of the i-emite. Tho house, how
ever, was dlspos-ed to be economical and
decided to .-ce If there was not j-ome chance
to give Sir. Cove employment, mther than
-Mr. Ctibblson, wbn Ins several colored
constituents who disln- temporary loca
tions, Intiodiiced n lesolutlon piovldlng for
tho cmplojnient of .Irhl Janlton. Cubbl
fon made a most i loipieni nppial for tho
recognition of the colored cltlzi un, as did
lleneik'I, of Montromriy Tho resolution
was oppostd by .Miller of Morris; Jlrovvn,
' OI Ll.lWford. itml Iteiieillet. nf WlUnn
fccatun, of Atchlon On mot'on of Mr
Se.itou the i evolution was Indefinitely post
poned, a large sli.ue of the Itepubllcan
members and almost all thu Populist mem
bers voting for postponement
Mr Street's resolution asking congicfs to
pension members of tne Higlitecntli nrd
Nineteenth Ivanv.is regiments, which wero
vi "J"".1: ' ''- " """' '"'lo'iEln-c to the
Nimtienih K.in.is vului t. ei. who took
1 art in the e.iition m.il, r con mind ot
". . 'Vi' viawTunl tviunel Ve-nle, thu
mnv.-i of the aineii, line, u to the lesolutlon
sent on un Indian raid to th- staked nlalm '. , "'I10'" grai ion ny liie- Hiato normal for passage an net taxing Judgments n
in Hon. was taken un lni- ennsld. r ,n "''"'I and tlio diplomas gi.uited to prud- tho couutlefl In which tho rccoid Is im'
m, : , , u, ' eonsldi ration, u-ues of the school of arts of tho state A bill was also favorably rerommi n I
i i. i? ,. ' .. vJhawnr. , moved to amend university, the coui.so for which shall con- for passage which fixes tho rate of let ,1
! un Hiding tl.i Kansas ml'ltla tin- torn ht tnin not less than one and one-hnlC jears" Interest nt S per rent nnd prov I les t'mt
i.5 .ii l0 , ",0 '"'"- '1'l, lesolutlon woik in pedogogj-, shall bo a valid certltl- nny giealer Interest chnrges .skill io
Willi tills aine-ndmeiu was idopted. rate to teach lu the public schools of any deemed usiuy nnd lioth Interest mil piul-
.-II Sitrt,(,, n, DeCl'lir. Inti mlnrnr nf rllv neenimti In ,1,.. utnfA M,.it nhnll li fnrf.-lleil.
was in eoimii. nil of the Kunsas militia at i Seinte bill No. MS. by Senator McTnggart.
the 1. 1 tie of the Hlue i is to establish a Grand Army museum nt
1 he lesolutlon of Mr I.upfer. of Pawnee, tlm statu capital
demanding that congress n-sture sliver to . ..
the position u occupied pit,., to lb73 vvn I ,. Senate. Proceedings,
on motluii nf .Mr. Hilllnger, of Coftey. laid ' ' "e ."ennto took up the burden this
nt on ih. table, .vir. liilln,i t,,nined morning In a cllsheirtcndl manner nnd no
:,'A. !' '. '""Kinent the house had spe.it bodj set-med to particularly care whether
I r .w,il,',.!lVul '" ""'"'"ling bun. seliool kept or not Ther.ivv.-ro no aigu-
i I,,? tllu , , . '''". d. bate, oiatoiy. questions of prlvl-
...' '". ' ' " lesolutlon. lutrodiici I yes- lege.- or anything elso to stir the dead pool
..'? """ .,,'.,,"m' ,"f lr '" follows "r monotonj, nnd not even one Popiillu
pus ut administration, emu Intid In the
spielal mt soge J Just Issued to both houses
..,.-. in,, iiiiii jit nt , nn , ni ,e
. . ....:--, L.iiiuirt nr a in-in, r i- ue or i'-ii nun v ueu me iiiicicsi get so slat k
minis to perpetuate the Int.imoui nut.Jti.il I'"11 S.nnlor Leedy c.innnt find th he-nit
bi.iklng ( stem: nnd to 10.1st tho nowspipeis It Is slack indeed
' Win teas Sal.l bonds are lccommcnded Somo belated Henutoni lallj- Introduced
to i un not less than fifty j ai.s. and loth n rw measures, however, and the iKh
lirlnelpal and Intel est am I? be paid lu fton- of ,177 bills now pending in the upper
gold ami .house was Increased bj- the following:
'V'hereas, It Is rrconnnnd d that treas-1 ,"' McT.igg.irt Providing for a room In
urv not. s th. puot in in's dollars should '',0 "t-uo capltol to be used as a fi. A. II
bi le.leeuied and oiuciled, and museum. This bill was p.ixicd through Its
"Wl.eie-as. Sliver Is not to form any natt 'l1"".1' Beeond mid third tending and e-frtl-
of niir monetaiy basis, hut only to be J10'1 ' ! house, all within ten minutes,
ii.-,eil as .i subsidiary coin in denominations '"it this was owing to a streak of Industrv
less thin $10, thereto! h, u and celerity most unexpectedly developed
' Itesolved llj tin house nr represent.!- on the p irt of ihe clerks
the i, the sennle eoneuiilng Mi ifln, that , Jl O Itrjan 1 or tho estnbliahment of n
w instruct our s.mutois i tnl request our branch smte normal school at Wichita,
lepresciit.itlic In eongriss fieiu Ki.nrns to ".I"8 bill provides that tho state shall pur
i. 1st their votes against il .- r.iither issuing chase thu buildings, campus, hooks and
or bunds and tin- ie- l-mptlou and cancel- apparatus of the (lailleld tuihetslij tit that
latlon of moiuj ilghtfiillj h longing to the I'lacn for the suiii at JSj,0gi. This building
peiple to carry nu tlo Inibluwi of the 'ostltt. foumlerM l7-.rif;) and Senator O'llry
eoiiitiy " ,nn thinks the state will drive a great bar
Mr. I oiigh moved to lu the resolution on -'aln "' buj'lii.' It, To make the payments
the table on this motion IV roll call was l'.isy upon tho Mate the owners cheerfully
item Hided and tho u-olut'i.p was labled " lcr to '""i" the salu on thu Installment
by a vote of f.l to IJ. Mr ejle. tf Iiuiton.
.xiier tne vol was iitieeu .vn .viooiiv
of Saline, Introduce I a resolution that tho
house devote thn balance of the session
to tho consideration ot needed leglslitlon,
Instead of w tangling uvei tin appointment
of additional emplojes and buncombe polit
ical resolutions. The t evolution was adopt
ed by an overwhelming m ijorlty. Tho
limuo took a recess until 1! u'r lock p m
This afternoon thu following bills on
third rending were jitised-
Houso bill No. 217, nn ust for tho appro
priation of Interest retched from tho per
manent fund of thu Kansas state agri
Houso bill No 4, an net to prohibit book,
milking mid pool selling.
Tho housii went lii'o i-ommliteo of iho
whole, with Ooodiio In tin chair, fnr the
consideration of the relief bill for IVeiteru
settlers, This bill provides that tl.e board
of i allro nl cominlssiuners sluul purchao
bet'lt UI1U iii'i'ui nun in. nuiuu utnuiiH iiiu
counties ot the Sixth and Seventh congrcs.
Hlpnul districts exit pt the coiintlei of Jew.
el . Mitchell. MePher-on, Harvey, Sedg- '
his eountv for thu amount of jeed received
This bill was cloqjoiitly defended by Sut
ton, of ltussvll. Miller, of Morris, wanted
to get his county into tho list, but failed
Mr. Beaton, of Atchison, was In favor ot
cutting down tho appropriation from ltd),.
Coo to ja-.utt. Thu committee however, pio.
posed to stick to lha original propisllloii
to appropriate $100,000.
Mr. PlUge-rald's bill providing for an
exemption of JIM from taxation for each
acre ot growing trees was consldeied. On
motion or BpeaKcr ionaeu tho operations
of tills bill were confined to that iutt ofi
tno staio west oi mo uinoty-nintn mer.
Among the bills Introduced to-day was
house bill No. Cls, by Zimmerman, to pre.
vent tho killing or trapping of birds, vlf..
rnrtrldges, prairie chickens, grouse,
quail, pheasants, orioles, meadow larks,
red birds, mockingbirds or bluebirds.
Houte bill No. CU, by Bone, of Crawford,
,.uinei, ui ih-,iiicc; i a ii'i'i, ni ii.'uie: .,; , .-" -.- v irieniis ui eirecnwooo.
Simons of Sumner: nohrhiuu.li, of Se.lg- ,V,, l10,,lVmo.?ml!ar,''l''s.,,"ents Bho nei:,,,ln-
wick: Shousc of Labette: White, of Atch- lJtr- during the boom times; to establish ,
ison. and Glenn, ot GrM "'.explained iV,;l!i1.,iUr,,l.1JJ,ri1,?.,.ir,;il ut "vCiosse, with Mlseclliui.ioni..
their votes All of these gentlemen -all u1f'? ,Hnearff-?iiiln" ilii. mlte.-e nf ,i, Colonel ii V. Anderson nnd wife left.
"Ur "prop? ,mu",,& Sf?tt&S " , WDewlu 'v'HptXli!
SH S2 a,S i'iu,s tt 1,1. i iSSSBBS s
urniiuiiL uie cuuiiirv o us iiresenr flirniis. n,n,,v. hhhikjui-iiiik cuiiiuv 0111-.
wvi, Bumiiri! i.s.iii ..,..,...,., ,,cnu .i,n yanceu in second reauuig. tjenator O Ilrjnn I ,, "' "l!uv, "lu i"" oi -atr" nnu
1Vr0ncountycomn;lssloner.s of the counties WS n'tly" .Xll?"5"" oM'liii iSSc Kl',
receiving aid thall transmit to th boaid. ! 'welglimasters ind Insnwtors ff. Ve,1,1,1;' ' ''-' ""vomber. Hlllngswortli niado n de.
of railroad commissioners the county war. i l"inie, ,, coiuSd ly th? 1 , ,ni J pcr.Uu attempt to breuk Jail lust night,
rant for tho amount of their upportloiimeiit. PW id contri iiy the biMrd of bll, tt,u, discovered by otilcor Webb. h '
Hae-h person receiving aid shall gho his ,r,a,uffn!J' ,n0nJ z? "m,J1?s, ".'-."P Spec i oil cer Hlndimn, of tho .Missouri
olilli-atlon to the county comni s oners of lha Kansas rnrnie-rH for their money wth- in,.nie. tnnk thn iri.n....r i?. S;.
OP OF WATER !
LEARN OUR TERMS AND PRICES
nil parts of Missouri and Kansas.
is an net fixing the liabilities of emploj-ers
where employes Hto Injured In their serv
ice. Mr. Hnuna Introduced a. bill providing for
the election of railroad commissioners.
Section 1 of the bill is ils followa: "Tlio
olllee of each of the board of railroad com
missioners of this state shall expire on the
first dnj- of January, IS'17, nnd to fill tho
same there shall bo elected on the second
Tuesday of November, lWii. three commis
sioners, one of whom shall bo chosen for
six years, one for four jcars and one for
two yeais respectively from the bald (list
day of January, 1S97, and nt tho general
election evcrj- jear thereafter there shall
be a commissioner elected who shall be a
member of said bonrd, and who shall serve
for the term of six j'eari from the first
Monday in January next succeeding his
election, nnd In case nnj- vacancy occurs
In Mild board at nnj- time, not hcrtby pio
pasovd nu actlvlded for, the executive council shall up
point a competent poison to servo until tne
election unil nuniilicuiinil oi nis hucccssor.
House bill No. CI, by Cox, provides n pen
altj of SUM for failure to it-part to county
e-leiks the- balance due Irom their respec
tive counties for delinquent statu taxis.
House- bill No. tTJl. bv Vllott. rciiulres
sto U janls which leeelve ns much as 1W
hind of c.ittle oi Ml) bend of hog-, dallj- to
tile an Ue.nil7.eed ttatement of tlulr receipts
uniiiiall) with tho secretnrj' of state
1 Gardenhiii-, of Shawnee, intiodiiced a
I bill to-d.iv to approiirl.itu SK to reimburse
e-oionei ircoerici;, wno was appointed as
attorney general bj' Oovernor
John P. St. John. The same bill has bn
berore each successive legislature for tho
past ten je.il".
Ilouve bill No. CM, by Pender, makes tho
rnteilng upon the premise's of another In
the- night time and stenllng nnj- goods or
c-hnt.els grand larceuj'.
House, bill No. G-7, by Hopkins, provides
fin tho appraisement of lands sold on ex-e-i
House bill No. 63.', bj' Simons, proposes
to cieato the office of expert printer, who
shall examine all copy sent to tho state
printer and measure all matter printed.
The salnry oC tho expert printer shall bo
Jl M0 per year.
House bill No. C3.1, by llcncfiel. provides
House bill No. Ull, by Ilenefiel, provides
that no peivon shall be eligible to the nfllco I
or supetlntendent of jiubllo Instruction in
a nv county uule-ss he Is a qualified teacher
'of the state.
--iiium mimil over lo mo mess Ii in lii 1,11
the ncwspipei boj-s that he didn't care a
linked ijxpletiv.i what tho papers finid
1'J Iieiiuici. hiaugntering eountv
ins oi.mui --. tu i iniiiuiii.iua rounij'.
Lieutenant Governor Troutiiiaii cast his
first vote In tho senato this session to settlo
a tlo vole upon tho lecoiumltment of a bill
to the Judlclaiv eotiimltteu.
Hy .McTaggart To uulhorl70 the city nf
Independence to issue bonds for water
The Itrlgntlon fellows, who nre stilvlng
to gi't n water supply into Kansas, nro not
having It altogether their own way. This
morning Senator Cupentcr Introduced u
l-esnlllllnil nrnv till- enne-ri s tn en ,1. i,
and strnlghten out the Neosho rlvt r that It i
wuiiiu ciriy un uio rainrui una picve-ut
tho Hooding of liorderlng lands,
Hy O'llrj.m An act providing for llceps.
lng grain warehouses nnd the appointment
of Inspectors mid weigh in.iters, nnd pro.
viuiuir uiui ivu ie-e-s ifceivesi lor weigiung
nnd Inspection shall go to tlio state, nnd
lilt: iiis.ue:iuii mm w ciKllllluseeill oc P.Ull
by the state, Tho fees shall l-o 15 cents per
car for weighing and 25 cents per car for
Inspecting. In a.sklng thut this bill be ml-
out even irambllntr anvthlnir niruliiki it
Ho had been Informed that thu board of
uuuo iiiuuu a iuui ui ,.u,vw u J car OUt OC
w b.v.. nM...w....f. .... 1,11,1b .l&I.IIIB. (I.
I Ho had been Informed that thu board of
Highest of all in Leavening Power. latest U.S. Gov't Repoit
procured at. so little cost
Write for Illustrated Catalogue.
tho present Inspection sj-jtem, and ha
wanted this money to go to Uio state.
The bill provide Unit tlio stato Inspector
shall receive JI.OXi per annum, nnd tho
deputies n, sum to bo fixed bj tho cxtcutlvo
The net to regulate ntnclc j-nrda, fulls
reported In tho Journal 'Wednewlay, xvaj
p.isvw-d bj' ii practically unmlmous vote.
An net was passed providing that tho
state should pay no more for tho caro of
Insane personi maintained by counties
than wis actuallj- paid out In their sup
port. Heretofore tho ntnte has paid coun
ties $3 w pt r week lor each person so
An act was passed authorizing eountv
commissioners! to levj a tax nnd bulhl
poor house. Two or mora counties muy
join In establishing n Joint poor farm.
Senator Parker's bill vvna pas-scd, which
provides that no railroad train shall stand
ncioss any publlo hlghwaj for moro than
An net vvnn passed enabling Harvev
county to levj a tax for tho building of;
a court house.
Senator Moigan's resolution, which ac
cused tho Populist party of ".ulnlnltj-"
and the Democratic, ji irty ot oompo
lencj nnd demanded that tho United
Statis go Into tho hands ot Torn Reed 03
receiver, raised quite a brcezo when It
canio up for e'onslder.itlon nnd was fairly
deluged with amendments by tho Popu
lists. It finallv went over, 113 Its author
nas absent. It elnesn't tako x-ery much
to entertnln nnd iitnuse n. boilv of great
men, nnd this Is considered tho premier
Joke of the peoslon.
All the afternoon w.is spent la the com
mittee of tho xvhole and most of It wai
squandered on n bill which makes thn
railroads give ,a round trip pass to evetv
mill who ships a cnilond of stock, fruit
or vegetables. Tho Populists fnr tho
greater pirt wero lu favor of this piss
system, though tho Ilcpubllcans tnuntlug
Iv called their attention to the fact that
thej- had reported a lot of bills to tho
committee of this senato which made It
unlawful to glo or nccept pusses under
nnj- circumstances. Hut consistency Is
not In tho Jewel box of the majority and
they reported tho bill favorably for pas
cage, Hie commltteo or tne xvnoie also repir n
"Till- llest 1111 I ever used," B th" treqllOlit
remark of purchasers of Carter's I.lttlo Liver
Pills. When you try them you will say tlu
the County Court Ite-fuscN to I'ay Speclat
Ollleers -WIiii Served In This City
on I.lertlon IJiiy-
The old practlco of tho maj-or appolntlns
special officers to Rcrve on election daj-, nt
tlio request of tlio county court, will prob
ably bo stopped. Durlnir the last general
(lection, at tho instigation of tho county
court, Mnvor Grlnter appointed Jacob
1'letcher, M. Smltson, 3t. A. Gentry". T.
llurdlck and Jesso Allen to eervo .as special
police The cltj- was assured by tho old
cntintv court that the county would pay tho
bill Yesterday Dr. 'Wood, nn envroy nv
tr.inrdlnary. appeared beforo the court nml
stated tho situation The explanation was
not s itltifnctory. Judge Stone claiming that
tho old enmity court allowed a number of
bills which would not bo allowed In tho
future and the bill? wero disapproved. Thu
spiclnl pollco expect to recover tho money
from the cltj.
A Quiet Marriage.
A ni let wedding took placo yesterdaj'
morning at tho residence of w, X O.
Monroe, on Collegn street. Georgo Belcher
and Miss Ortlo Hovvnian, of Greenwood,
were the coutiactlng parties. Tho bridal
couple left Greenwood nt 1 o'clock j-tster-day
morning and, accompanied by Miss
Cora llowman, ft sister of thn luido. wer.
driven In a carriage to Ioe's Summit, whern
thn train fnr Indenendenoe vias taken. Thn
inaril.ige will bo n, surpriso to their many,
city visiting friends.
MUs l.llllo Lewis Is entertaining SIls-i
Mlldnd Kemper, of Gunn City.
.Xllsses Annlo nnd Ktlle blasters enter,
tallied the "Camping Club" last evening at
their homo on Mill street. Quito a pleas
lint evening was spent.
Curtis Hill loft jesterJay for Columbia,
Mo., w hero ho will nttend Bchool.
MiuiT pemniu keep Carter's Llltln Ltver
Pills oil hand to prevent bilious attacks, slc't
lie.idJ0he, ill.zliiBss, nnd find thorn Just what
Liquors for Hansas.
Shipped dally in secure panksg?s hy
ed dnllj' in secure pa-ksges by
GKOHftH KYSSULL. UruggUt,
oste waiting room. Union depc
An Old omiider Caught,
Plttsbiiig, Kas.. Jan 31, (Special.) Prank
Hllliigswoith, nrrested hero yesterday for
biilglarlzlng Missouri Pacific cars nt rait
beott. proves to bo the iioloilous crook
this mornillLT. q'hern nro flvn ,-li.ireeu ,.
burglaiy standing ugalnst him at Tort
Scott and other places.