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HIE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1805.
NEWS 0FTHE DAY
The w either buroiti prodle-li a warmer
temperature Tor to-day.
A hobo worked nn old gag on the police
iwtcrdny to obtain shelter.
The county ronrt jf-slenlnj. llrs-nsM He
gnu's saloon nt Uljthth nnd Witlntit streets.
JulM llrowcr's wnter works decision
Mill probablj be handed down next Mon
day. Trains were delayed and htnliifss nt t Ii r
nrd was atlocteel Jrstlrdny by tins
i old weather.
The upper house f the council Inst hlghl
appropriated Jl.5) fjr lh rrllef of the
loor of the cit.
The Kanns UnlvcrsttV Hlee nnd Itiinjo
Clulu wilt give nn entertainment 111 the
Auditorium this evening.
An Inciiicit wilt be hlt lo-diy nn the
hini.li of W II. 11-irrls, who died In n
ruom III the Midland hotel.
Supi rltit-ndent tlreonwood denounces the
m tempi being mnilo til- the stale ik'tute to
n bill, ll the normal schools.
The ominltteo niolntrd by the Kansas
icsi'l itdre to Invcsttgntc the ."luck jurels
Mill do II work thorough.!.
The Itetiilt Hoteliers Association met
lnt night and din uwl the lomlns; niiniiut
tall, and the light with the packer,
1". W, Powers, member of tho Knhns
legislature, tell whj lie will not vote tor
the bill reiiulriii.'T oleomargarine to he col
Th" recorder of otcr nnd the county
ilerk Mill ngrec upon n dite for leentint
lng the txiliot" In the He- Hord-McCiudy
contest, nnd Judge Hlover will thin order
John A. Itittehy pleaded guilty In the
criminal court jestcrduv nftertinon to the
charge of being nccpssorj' nftcr the Met to
the murder of Madame Jnne tight, nml
was xentcncpd to nine months in the coun
Wllllim T Jnmlson received hi coinml
elon ns ptots nunc iiltorney of Jackon
count) jesterdaj, and lie v. Ill qualify ami
take possession of (he olllce to-day. He
resigned the speakership nnd hiss member
ship In the loner luue of the council last
nlKht, nnd Councilman Stoncr wns elected
Tim seed grain bill ha passed the sen
ate. Populists nre arranging their plans for
the c.impilgn of "M.
The A. 1'. A. council, In session nt Em
poria, has adjourned.
Cold weather still continue", but no (neat
surferlrg has been reported.
The houe broke the record for bills Jcs
terd ly. Only four were Introduced.
J. II. llothwell lias been elected tem
porary speaker of the house.
Republican of the lcglKtiire nre labor
ing earnestly for an elllclent election law.
I ho 'lerrltnrli .
Jim French nnd "Verdigris Kid," the last
of Cook's gang, killed at C.itoo.i, I. T.
A projection I on foot to build n bridge
ncriv., the Cunadlan liver at Xorman,
Gem ral Domestic.
The sanitary condition of the national
capltol Is bad.
Unghind i very nctho In prosecuting
surveys of Alaska.
It 1 expected another bond iuo will bo
announced at once.
Secretary Morton In changed the boun
daries of the Oklahoma iuatantlne line.
The administration hat. suffered another
rebuff by the defeat of the Springer bill.
Nine men from Milwaukee nre ndrlft on
Lake Michigan, and supposed to be lost.
The powers will allow no dismember
ment of Chin i by Jap m.
Japan has won another great victory
over the Chinese, sinking two wnrhlps and
getting the remainder of the lleet In her
"ROCK CHALKjJAY HAWK."
The Knnii (III e mid liilljn lles Will Toko
Possession, or tlm 'toirn 'lo-elnv
Krceptlcm anil (omcrt.
Thirty Jolly Jnyhawkers from the Uni
versity of Kansas will sing mid play the
old college airs at the Auditorium this
evening, bringing hack to the "silver
grey" the sweet memories of hjgono hap
py college dajs, nnd nroulng in the
jounger generation enthusiasm nnd t
pectancy for the bright student days to
come K.intns City lias a waim spot for
the Kansas hojs nnd will greet them with
ft magnificent alullence. Kven though tho
doughtj wearers of the crimson threw
down Missouri's Tigers on tho football
field this s-eason the MlourHns ilo not
cherish any resentment, hut will turn out
In forco to honor the Motors.
Tho Kansas boss, It Is said, g!e a greit
concert. It Is e hock full of genuine col
lege fun from the opening K. V. match to
the well known elolng "Carmen" or old
"lv V " The programme Is snld to be a
perfect whirl of laughter and enthu-l.ism
Kweet melodlis of the Mandolin nnd Dnnjo
Club, clever trick banjo playing by "T A "
Young, and line work on the lolln bj tho
nlrector, James A rnrrell, ill) In some
most cnJoabIe moments
This afteinoon the Kant Side I.lterarj So
elety will give n rt option to the Olce Club
hojs, from .1 to C o'lloik. In the parlors ot
the Midland hotel The club will be ns-i-Isted
by tho following boclety people:
Mesdames V. J. Anden-on, lid Klllson, It.
1. MeHlroy, Henry Kx.in, If i: I'lnney,
1) It Holmes, J 1' Jack-on, Virginia I.ee,
I 1) Itldenour. frank Hlmpvon, I v.
Digger. MNves Knte Simpson, Pearl Ket( h
am I.anra Lee Jessie Keith, Anna Cark
hit Norah Hopkins. Kate Sleeper nnd
Coia Squier. Over COO imitations hao
The members of tlm Olee nnd Itanjo
(Jler CIul I'lrtt tenors, I) v. 1-tton, C.
V Aiterburj-, l:. N' I'owell
Second unor C I. Howell. J. J4 Cra
mer A. A Turner, AV I, Howe
first bassos A A Hwart. (' H Sears.
P I! Miller, Hdw.ud l'arrcll, Joseph A.
Second bassos ri r, McCall, I'. F.
House, i: c M.iishall
Ilanjo Clulv I'lrst mandolins, Joseph A.
Farrell H H Illalur II. It. Whitlow p.
Second mandolins v. N. Akeis, C. S'.
Stone, S. Christopher
n.injob r. V. Miller, T. Young, Edward
Oultars M. 1. AMen, y'. M, T.yon, H. A.
Clarke. C, H. Tipton
The manager Is William Hmry Hnrrlson
Tiatt and tho director .Mr. James A. l'ar
rell. .IllSOIt JIKN'lltIV,
There was only one Importation jister
flay. It was a carload of tin from Swan
A Ilu" burning out nt 171S Montgalt ave
nuo rnused .1 liar I rim of the lire depart
ment li t night
The sicond trial of tho fnmouB I'rnker
ease will b. gin ncM Monday In, the United
htates tlreult court.
A missionary tea will bo given nt tho
home of Mra. Mnrv Morton, 7u7 Highland,
ut 3 o"' lock next Thursday afternoon
l'le boys, rliarsed Willi stealing gloves
from In front of n Urnnd avetiiiu store,
wire given short Jail sentences by Justice
A musical entertainment will be given
for the benefit of St. (leorge'B guild at
tho Kansis City I'Uno C'otnpan'a hall
next Thursday evening
There will be u meeting of the eecutivo
boari qf tho K.innis City local union of
Christian Hndeuvor Monday evening, I'tli
ruary 11, ut the Y M. (', A. bulldlnif.
Cleorge W, Ilurko and I.otta Crabtree,
both of St. I.ouls, who granted u lUenso
to marry by lletoider (Jue.il jisterday.
Tho cuuplo wire joiuhful. Mio said nhe
was Id and ho gave u his agu us '.'1
Three new cakes of diphtheria were re
ported to the board of health sebtcrdiy
Un was In the fanillj of Judge Jefferson
Ilrmnbaek, at ICu) Ilroadwai Tho other
two were at 2013 .Summit street unit IfM
The Star Mandolin Club will glvo a.'con.
cert at I'henU' opera house-, Westporti
this evening for this lienellt of the West
port Methodist church. Tho tluli con
sists of a mandolin ijuartelte, with Hurt
I'rince us Its director
J McDomll. nn Omaha contractor, who
created J disturbance und resisted the
police ut the Midland hotel. Wednesday,
was fined 110 In the polio.- court yesterda).
It J. I'almer, who appeared In the polka
court as McDonell's friend and tried to
criticise the Judge In harsh terms, was
lined (J for contempt of court.
Alice Tanty, who was beaten and rough
ly handled by Jou Hen ton while lie was
trying to throw her Into a cistern near
fourth and Holmes streets. Is In a serious
condition Ilenton Is still ut the city hos
pital, where ha was taken after his ar
rest, wounded with two bullets that were
HxU into bis less by Policeman Jocc.
ADRIFT ON THE WAVE
MSI! Mi: I t.OATl.MI ON UHll Mlfltl-
o.In i.v i iti:i:.iMi wi:Ami:it.
THEY ARE BELIEVED TO BE LOST
A IMWVIMI 1'AltlV ll.s DOM! IN
MIAItt'll or IIIIIM.
A l'.irl. nf Workmen nt the Mlltrnnhpr
I'lllnplug Hintton I onipvrbrrn nil
tho lile t,xpiin. of Water hi
'Iwti Open Units.
.Mllvvniikee, Wl , l'eb. " Somewhere out
In th lakp nine men nre snppoed to bo
mlrlft In two yawl boat that left the
North point pumping station to-night. The
llrst nwl boat Is manned by four men
who cnine In from the cilb for supplies this
nfternoon and started bark with provisions
nt 5 o'clock. It 1 supposed this boat fulled
to reach the rrlb nnd that It drifted out
toward tnld-lakc with Its occupants, At 7
o'clock to-nlghl a second aul boat,
mnnned t live oluntect, went out to
the crib In answer to distress signal. This
boat also has not been blind from ngiln
and It Is supposed that It too failed to
teach the like end of tho In-take tunnel
The lire boat I'ole, having In tow n
crew of volunteers In the surf boat, left
the harbor at Sill p, m. and was seen to
communicate with the men on the crib nnd
then steam out In the lake In a routhenst
erly direction. The supposition l that the
lire boat Is out In search of the two nvvl
bonlB and their occupant, but up to mid
night It had not iclurned to this port. If
the men In the jnwls fulled to laud at the
crib, they were probaul) frozen to death,
because the thctmometer wns twenty he
low rem on the lake nnd somu of them
were scantily dressed.
The men arc all miner, emploed on the
shore end of tho tunnel. They had Just
come out of the shaft and when the heard
that there wns dangci on the crib, they
ottered their services at once. Tho lake
seemed calm near the shore erd, but out
a vva quite a ttong northwest wind was
The wore not dressed for a long ttlp
on the lake. Several of them were without
mitten or gloves, some had no overconts
and tv o of the men wore light felt hat.
They pulled out for the crib dressed In
this scanty attire and It Is thought b
lho on shoio that If the crew of thl
awl got ndrlft thev cannot live over two
hours on the open lake. It Is even doubt
ful If they could have made the trip to
the lnke end of the tunnW without freez
ing some pnrts ot thelt bodies. The awl
got under waj at C 15 and took a straight
course tovvnrd the crib shinty which Is In
a northeasterly direction, one-half mile out
In the lake, from the pumping station,
l'or n time the men on hote and those
who ran out to the end of the pier saw
the boat head for the crib it was a moon
light night, but tho dense clouds of smoke
that Issued from the chimneys of the
pumping station and from the chimney ot
the engine hou-e of the shore and ot the
tunnel most of the time hid the rescuing
party fiom ilew The men on the pier be
lieve, hovvevei, tint they saw tho second
awl reach the crib
Heforo starting tho foreman Instructed
the men In the second jawl tn hurry back
and notify him ns soon ns possible what
hid hippiucd at the crib Tinier oidlnary
clreutn-tnnces It takes about twenty min
utes to row out to the shinty In the lake.
Tlieie being foui oars In tho j.iwl, It wns
figured that the spi ontl nwl ought to have,
been able to get back at 7 .10 Patiently tho
men on shore waited for some tidings that
the second vnvvl was i pected to bring
back, but not a trace ot the awl or tho
men was seen Then those on shoio con
cluded Hint the danger was not on the crib,
but that tho men In tho provision boat had
When the volunteer crow left the shoro
It was Instructed by roicmnn I.auchlln
not under an circumstances to attempt
to rescue the provision .iwl In rase, it got
mil if t, but to hum back, and then tho
llro boat Toley would be sent nut Tnder
these InMrui tlnns tuws from the crib was
expected positively within thirty minutes
after the s, cond awl got under wa
The blasts of tho crib whistle ami tho
slgnnl light still continued to wain those
ashoie that assistance was needed As n
rule the crib "liaiitv only Is vlslblo nt night
bv the light tint shines through n small
window but tn-ulgbt the door wns swung
wide open unci light strcimed forth In all
cllicctlons. Me n could be seen Hurting
about tho crib T'lnm the amount of light
Alslhlo It was thought that tho shanty was
A few minutes before S o'clock, after tho
ic soiling puit were over tlilitv mluutea
due on their return ttlp, foreman I.augli
1 In and Chief fnglnecr MeMIUln decided
that cither tho second avvl had gone
.nil 1ft or that It could not leturn Chief
foltv of the fire department with the
tug Pnlcy, started out with n volunteer
eicvv nt S o'clock under command of Cap
tain llnulln, of the life snlng station Up
to midnight nothing has been bund from
elthci of tlio 5 aw is or the third relief
THE STORM FLYING SOUTHWARD
The) t ebb .t IVinper iture h live r ttecoreteel In
lebrimr Are Pre die Ice! for
Washington, Teb 7 Tho weather bureau
furnishes tho following special bulletin to
During the pist twenty-four hours tho
storm tn Louisiana has moved to the South
Atlantic eo ist, increasing In Intensity, und
the urea of high presiiire lias moved from
north of Montana to North Dakota. I3e
tween North Dakota and the South At
lantic co ist, sharp baiometerlo gradients
will cause the seereit cold wave nnd low
est temperatures ever recoided tho llrst
week In l'ebnury, from Arkaus-as Ken
tucky und Virginia southward.
The temperature In tho linllin Tcrrl
toiy anil tho northern portions of
Teas and Louisiana has fallen ."C
to 33 deg. In tho past twcnty-foui hours,
nnd Is now 0 de-g. below tho normal.
L'mergeno warnings for northwest gales
and freezing weather hive been sent to
South Lnul?l m,i and Mississippi, tn Ala
bama, lleorgla, South Carolina and Tlor
idn, warning of a decide d freeze In North
1'loiM'i last night ami made more emphatlo
this morning. Northwest storm sign ill
were hoisted on the Oiulf coast last night,
anil have been holtwl from Jacksonville
to New York city to-da , with warning of
a decided fall In temperature und ery se
vere storm conditions.
Cedar Haplds, la. feb 7. The mercury
registers 10 below to-night, nnd Is falling.
All pistenger tt.ilns are fiom two to eight
bonis late, freight trallle has been aban
doned. Sioux rity, la, Feb. 7. Tho weather to
day Is the coldest of the winter, thei
mometers recording from 2') to 30 below
Louisville. Ky., Feb, 7.-lt the predlc
lions of tho weather bureau prove true,
Louisville will expei lence tho coldest
weather to-night since list, when the mer
cury dropped to VI deg. below zero Th
temperature haa been dropping since noon,
and Is now I deg below, with it cold north
west wind blowing. It Is not unlikely tint
It will fall as low as 13 or 20 before morn
ing This will, In all probability, close tl-.o
river ut this point, ns It Is badly gorged
Columbta, H C , feb, 7, The thermom
eter took a elrop this afternoon. About 3
o'clock a brisk wind mine up, driving uw ly
clouds which hud been deluging Columbia
for several dais The mercury went down
from 13 to 21 deg. by nightfall, and is keep
ing up tho pai e The local observer pre
dlc Is that It win rtMch 10 deg. before morn
ing which will about break tho record
Dallas, Tea. , Feb. 7. Tho blizzard In
Northern Tex is jestcrday, last night and
to-day Is simply terrible, No such weather
has boon felt In ilfteen Curs At various
loliits In tho elty and Oakcllff. tho ther
mometer went from 1 to deg. below zero.
Tho wind reached n velocity of titty miles
an hour. To add to tho terrors of the night
there w is a scudding snow, which pene
trated every opening. The police had or
ders to open all tho public buildings to
iwople without shelter. All charity oigunl
zatlons have been hunl ut work to-day ex
tending relief to everybody appl ng. Tele
grams from Northern Texas say the ther
mometer was at zero and below Not a
tingle life Is reported lost, ax yet. llusl
nes was parulzed to-day. No one Is out,
save those who are obliged to be,
Knoxville, Tenn , Feb. 7, It has been
snow Ins here continuously for thirty hours.
Tho snow Is from twelve to fifteen Inches
deep on the level. All the street railway
lines are tied up, and truffle of all kinds is
su'pen led, The rnllrouls entering here nro
expetlLn lng much trouble In runnlntr their
trnln There is much (uifferlng from cold
Keokuk, In, Feb, 7 The thermometer
reirlMereil s deg, below, nnd It H Ktowlns
tolder. A severe wind I blowing, nnd
triln sprvlce nn nil but two Mnd I se
riously blocked. FroWht trains havo been
n Inn toned
Ml t llborn. Ky, Feb. 7 A terrible Wit
7.trd, vim wlnel fort .live' mile nn hntir,
set In nt S o'clock thl morning Ther
mometers 8 above zero, and falling 1 ilet.
St Joseph, Mo , Feb 7. The hlljrird
which struck this section jesterday In
rreiued elurlni: the night, and nt .1 thl
morning the thermometer regl'tered 1 deg.
below zero, tho coldel of the winter Street
rnr trallle wit much Impelled, nml on some
of the railroads West of here frelRht serv
ice ha been abandoned, nnd pissenger
trains wcte opcrntitl with dltlleiiil.
(lilenn, Kit., Feb 7 -(Special) The
worst bllrrnnl of this senoti, It not the
worst In the history of Southern Kann,
l liow being experlenceel nt this place.
It begin oterdiiy morning with a m1t
ot rain, nnd since that time hi steadily
grown worse. Thl, with so much other
disagreeable weather for the past two
mounts, nn esueu most ot the mine neie
to shut down, throwing hundred ot men
out of emplovment who depend upon their
dall labor for the siippott ot their fam
ine. Ottiwn, Krt Feb. 7-SppclnU The
Monti In this county during thu put thir
ls -six hours I the worst known for manv
enis, A perfect whirlwind ot blinding
snenv nnd niid rage.l etenla.v and thl
morning the Inclinometer teglstcred .'
Ilallroinl trallle wn completely blocked
till I o'clock this afternoon, when the
Stnt i Fe got a train In Horn K insn City.
Mnnv trains nrp not In ct, while othei
nre running from three to fourteen hoiiis
late. '1 he high chool nnd many of the
ward schools were ellmlsed on nccount
of the weather. Two children had their
reel b.nll frozen this morning coming
from the country.
PIltMmrg, Kns , Feb. 7, (Spcclil ) At
ii o'clock this morning the thermometer
regl'tered II eleg, below yero, nnd at no
time dining the elitv has It been less than
j below All trains running Into the city
were three to live hours Into on nccount
of the snow elrlfls. This evening a driv
ing snow storm 1 coming from the north
which bills fair to continue during tho
Mnrh ill, -Mo , Feb. 7. (Special.) A reg
ular bllrarel raged here I ist night, Un
wind attnlnlng a velocity of Hftv or ltv
miles nn hour. All trains were delayed
and could hardly crawl with two engine
to earh The weither ha been extremely
cold for the pist three weeks, and it Is
thought to-night will be the co!det of
the se ison.
Independence, Kn . Feb. 7. (Special.)
Last night was the coldest night for meny
feat. The thermometer registered 1! deg
below 7pio, with the wind blowing a gile
fiom the noithwest. The .Missouri Pa
cific train, due here last evening, which
wns snowed In near Ynte Centet, did not
get under way until this morning nnd nr
iked here this afternoon. All trilns are
from twelve to twenty hours late. The
Snnta Fe, due heie this morning, Ins not
ot atrliPd, and the evening train has
probiblv been absndoned
Junction City. Ka , Feb. 7. (Special.)
Last night at Fort Kllev the signal service
Instrument registered u and tho mercury
In the elty stood at is below 7ero. The
temperature has not rlen above zero to
day. The "now that fell yesterday piled
In drifts and the wheat Held. o much In
need of moisture, ar- not only bare, but the
henv wind carried much of the soil away
from the roots
Hmporl.i, Kus Feb. 7 (Special) The
prc-em spoil I the coldest known here
tor vears Trains are nil delaed, cuts be
ing tilled with novv and sand, and are hard
to remove Local freight trains were aban
doned to-dav In nil directions,
Sednlla, Mo Feb 7. (Special ) The bllz
znnl that swept ovei Central Missouri last
night was the most severe since ISM 'I he
temperntuie this morning onlv iciched S
eleg below zero, but the wind blew a g lie
from the north, linking the weather np
pear much colder than It reall wa All
trains to-da were from two to twelve
hours lite The Lexington brnnch train
from Knnsas city, due bote nt 1(1 W lat
night, did not arrive until 11 o'clock this
morning This train was stalled several
times In drifts this side of Concordia, and
dining the night tho passengers, including
several women mil children, were forced
to abindon the day coseh, from which the
steam had been cut off nnd go Into the
smoker, where a stove furnished enough
heit to keep the travelers from freezing
Trains on the Missouri, Kansas ,L Texas
were from one to nine hours late. Lex
ington branch trilns from Kansas Cltv,
due here at 10 20 a in., did not arilve un
til 1 p m, being delaeel by snow drifts
near Concordia The temperature In Se
elalla to-day ranged from S cleg, below' up
to ?ero at noon Then It commenced to
fall; nt 6 o'clock to-night it Is 7 deg. below
nnd still f.illlnr
Hilthrle, O T, Tcb 7 (Special) Tho
bllz7aid which raged all clay jestonhty
antl to-day was the woist ever known In
tho tertltoiv thermometers lancing from
11 to IS below ero Most of tho trains
ato abandoned, .1 nil business at a stand
still The stiffeilng nmong tho poorer set
tle! s In tho cnuntrv is -vei great, and It
Is feared theie will be many fatalities
Kldorido. Ka. Fe ! 7 (Speelil) Last
night wns tho coldest night In this city for
a niimhoi of enrs. tho thermometer reg
istering 11 deg below 7Cro Theie has
onlv been one mall train into Hldoindo In
Abilene, Kns , Feb 7 (Special ) Tho
mercury fell to 1. deg below zeio by gov
ernment signal service record last night,
tho coldest In joins heie A high wind
blew all night To-day It has been clear
nnd warmer No eases of severe suffeilng
Mexico. Ml), Feb 7 (Special ) Tills sec
tion of Missouri, within the last twentv
four hours, has experienced one ot the)
worst bllznnls known within ItH history.
At noon scsterelny tho theimometer legls
tercd 2"i nbove nnd last night It went down
to r, below. The wind blew a ferritin gab
from tho north and the snow drlfteel until
trulllc was very seriously Impeded. Stock
Is sufterlng, but tho winter wheat Is fating
Wlnlleld Kns Feb 7. (Special ) Tho
Tilsco trains due lure yesterday are In
a snnv bank 111 the Hint hills, twenty miles
cast If here Tho Southern Kansas Is In
definite lj postponed by snow drifts, and
the Missouri Pacific Is ten linuis late The
temperature Is rllng, nnd tho violent
winds havo nbated, but tratlle Is still at a
Danv lllo, V.i., rob 7 The mercury I nt
7ero and the snow Is eight to ten Inches
rtalelgh, N O. Feb 7 III point ot
lletioness and bll7urd-Hko qualities, tho
weather record hero Is broken to-night.
The thermometer Is standing nt S deg.
Petersburg, Vn , Feb 7 The whole of
the south silo section of Virginia Is covered
with snenv to the depth of six or eight Inch
es The thermometer stands at a nbovo
7cro The sleighing Is the best for ears
Snow Is still falling slightly at midnight.
flranel Avenue) Improvement.
A meeting of Giand nvenuo property
owners will be held this evening nt S
o'clock In parlor S, of tho Midland, to com
plete) arrangements foi tho Immediate con
struction of homo proposed new buildings
on (iraml nvenuo between Ninth and
A Woman Shrinks
p) the past so
Lynn, Mass,, and laid bare the
life of misery they endured,
They wrote freely, knowing
that their letters went straight
to the hands of a woman, who
not alone understood their
sufferings, but whose heart
was full of sympathy with them.
The experience of thou
sands has proved how care
fully their letters were studied,
and how true and sure came
the answer and helpfulness.
And also that Lydia E,
Pinkham'i Vegetable Com
pound is woman s great friend,
SARATOGA STAKE ENTRIES.
HOOD OUTLOOK KHt M'AV VOttK ItAC
1M1 IK UN WITHOUT ANY" IH.TriMI.
.Most of Hie Lending stable tliivp .Made
Ihilrle n Usual for the Snrittogn
t)tslcr-.ttnrliig, Howling nnd
(Icucrnt Sporting cws.
New Y6rk, Fob. 7, Flitrlps for tho stakes
offered by tho Saratoga Itaclng Associa
tion for tho summer season ot 1K) were
cloed V brunry 1, but tho secretary had
not received n complete list until to-day.
Several more entries nto expected In tho
course of a few da. from tho California
horsenicd nnd stables, tho only one of
that fapawny contingent whoso entries
have nlrrndy arrived being H. J, Itnldwln.
Thcro nro thirty events In tho nssocla
tloii's programme. Of these, thiee nre for
steepleclnses, nnd havo not ns et been
filled. Tho I- car-olds liuvti thirteen of tho
tcmnlnliiK stakes nllotted to them, nnd tho
owncin llul stables looming up strongly
111 the nomination ot the oungsters nro
F, J. Dvvler, P, I.orlllntd, James .McLaugh
lin, i: J ll.ildwlii, A 11. Morris, Charles
Flelschiiiniiu, tl. Wnlhutim, J. J. McCnf
rerty, Frederick (Icbhuril, tlldeon Daly,
Charles Uttlellcld, w the Oncck, Preak
lies, Mmllson and Adlo stables.
Ill the' stokes for 3- eat -olds and aged
horsrs then Is a decided railing off In tho
epiuntlty rrom tho nomliiatloim for last
ear. The quality of horses entered, how
ever, has In no wHe deteriorated
I'll to ila 1 1., 1, 52," nomination have been
received, of whlcli rj:i nro tboso of :i.eui
olds and nged burses. Among them nro
Henry of Navarre, ltamnpo, Sir Walter
nnd Hltlilcoii. Baldwin sends Arapahoe,
Hey del Carcdes, 111 C.ipltnn, Bititii Cruz,
Sister Mnry nnd Hey del Santa Anltn to
repteseiit California, whllo llutlerllles, Onl
lleo, llassetlnw, Joe Itlpley, Prig, Arml
tage. Dr. Hn.sbroiicl!, Prince (Icorge,
Lamplighter, The Commoner, Ciunolcui,
Diablo, 1M Ke.Lrncj, Wernberg und Paul
dun lite also to bo found In the list.
LAUMinrxi or nn: aiia.
A Speel New Itiulng Cutter W bleb .May
Content Tur the liiiirlcim tup.
Glasgow, Feb. 7. The 100 ton lacing cut
ter Allsa, designed b Mr. W. Fife, Jr., for
.Mr. A. Uarclay Walker, ot Liverpool, was
luunched this morning from the ard of
.Messrs. Inglls, ut Point House.
Tho AJlsa Is said to be tho llnest pleco ot
work ever accomplished bv .Mr. W. Fife,
Jr, tho well known iicht designer, ot
Falrlle. She Is to be commanded by Cnp
tulu Tom Juy, and will meet Vnikyrle 111.,
the vacht being built by Lord DunrnMii's
sndlcate. ill ordir to nice for tho Amer
ica's cup. She will also meet tho lirltati
nla nnd other fast Fngllsli jnchts, and It
Is probable that if she proves to bu u better
boat than any of them, sho will bo sub
stituted for Vnlkyrlo 111. us tho cup chul
lenger, this being one of tho concessions
made to tho challenger by the America's
Owl Howling Club.
Tho weekly roll of tho Owl Howling Club
wns held on the Urnnd nllc yesterday
afternoon nnd owning W. linker won the
medal on the (,'ood sqoro of Mi) Tho score:
Strikes. Spures. Total.
W. linker H 1 MO
W i: Curtlo 7 10 W
C. V. Crlder H '
H Franklin HI 12 '
C. L. Pilce 1; J
C. Dleteilch ii 12 4iJ
A. It Holcomb 1; J
C. Vaughn 12 !
W. L. Kendrlclc 1 13 I;'.
F. Hohle 3 1 J 1
H. (1. Clark . '
It. I). Jenkins 4 11 m.
T. J. Tlmmons r
W. L. Irwin 2 0 Sol
Ito.Mil lliiiillng Club.
Tho weekly roll of tho Itoal Howling
Club wuh held on tho lloyul nlleK last
evening. This is not tho old Belmont club,
us was reported. Peteison won the medal
on the following scoie-:
Strikes. Spares. Total.
I'eteison 12 J9 ftj
V. Morris 4
dent ' 12 ly
NedsoA S 10 4..1
i'.vans 2 I.. .j;-
Sniith I ? H
Covert c o i
Holt s J,s
O Nlckols j 315
Martin .. '' i'
G. Nlckols 4
Nevv Orlcnns Hnces.
Now Orleans, La., Feb. 7. Fltty-thlrd
clay of th. 1 iecent City Jockey Club'a
meeting W either cleai und freezing,
Fh.st nu Selling: the furlongs. In
somnia, 2d ti 1, won; I'eedman, second;
Dr litis!, th'id Time-, l.ffe.
Second i n e -Selling; six furlongs. Fid
get won, I thel W., second; Augustus,
third. Time, 1 2l"j.
Third nice Handicap; six fui longs. Miss
Gallop won I'uilong. second; Hobert I.at
tu, third. Time. 1.271:.
Fourth 1 u Selling; one nnd one-sixteenth
mlbs Fulcher C. won: Oleesome,
second; Men el, third. Time, 2 01',-
Flfth rate SelllitBj seven furlongs, Ixlon
won: Dave Pulslfer, second; Lucasta.thlrd.
Time, 1 STi't
St. Louis Mo., Teb. 7. Healths nt Mad
lpon: First raic-Flve nnd one-hulf furlongs.
Ited Jim won, Carter II, second; Per
chance, thlnl Time, 1:15.
Second rm Five and one-half furlongs,
Bo-So won Prospect, second, Poor Abe,
thlnl. Tim.-, I'll..
Third rue Four and one-half furlongs.
Mnmlo Duffy won: Hubert O'Nell, se?cond;
Paddy Fliin, third, 'nine, OKI
Fourth inn Five and one-half furlongs.
Faunlleiov won; Crab Cider, second; Lew
cllvn. tliird Time, 1:14
Fifth race Seven furlong Silent won;
Freo Trade, second; Mnb, third. Time,
Sun FrimclNCO Iturps.
San Fiunclsco, Feb 7 Tho film weather
Is bilnglug out big Holds, and the racing
Is becoming mom lutere sting. Outsiders
won tho llrst and last luces.
First 1 ace About six fui longs; selling.
Misty Morn won; Qui en of Scots, second;
St Jacob, third Time. 1 154
Second race I'lvo furlongs, selling, Tim
Murphy won; Horeas second; Arno, third,
Thlnl tncoSIx furlongs Motor won;
Joo Cotton, second. Commission, third.
Fourth luce Mile; selling, Hooze won;
Olivia, second; Itogntlon, third. Time,
Fifth race About (dec fui longs, Modesto
won; Arundel, second; Grand Lady, third,
Will head 11 Mrnug Ttiiiu.
London, Feb, 7. At tho annual meeting
or me i.uuuuu ..wnieuu ciuu tno cnuuman,
leferrlug to the titoposltlon to send a team
to tho United Htntes In older ta meet u
team of tho New York Athletic Club, suld
that It mis the special deslto of tho pto
motors of the International contest that
the London Atbletlo Club should send the
strongest possible team to New York. This
team will bo confined exclusively to bona
llde members of tho London Atliletlo Club,
and will probably represent tho full
strength of that nrgnuUutlou,
Amateur Atbletlo Colon Contents.
Pittsburg, Fob, 7. Tho seventh annual
boxing and wrestling championship meet
ings of tho Amateur Athletic Union of tho
United States will bo held In Pittsburg,
March 19, 20, 21 and 22. Tho nrrungemonts
havo been computed, und to-morrow entry
blanks will bo sent to all tho umatcur
clubs In tho Amateur Athlctlo Union to
send their wrestlers und boxors to com
pote, Tho lstlng nthletes will bo well
taken euro of by tho Amateur Athletlo
Union clubs, and nothing will bo left un
done to make their Uslt n pleasant one.
Ilvo Sporting Notes,
Pitcher Gorman, of the New York club,
will roach the Princeton ball players.
Sir Walter Is thought to bo a. pretty good
thing In the lirooklyn handicap at 124
, Harry Tnlor says ho has quit ball play
ing for good. He Is now practicing law at
The meeting of the NatloDsI Lea true to
arrange a schedule and appoint umpires
will bo held In New York, on March 27,
Jeriy Mai shall, tho Australian, and Jerry
Bulllvan. ot Pittsburg, havo been matched
to fight for Jl.ic, u vide and the best ptirso
There Is a decided feellntr ot uneasiness
in, tho New York Athletlo Club over tho
failure of tlm HiikIIsIi athletes to leply to
the last letter sent ta thm.
Times arc not kind lo Jnko (laudaur,
tho profrslonal oarsman, on this side of
tho water, and ta bo will to lCnglnnd
for the purpose of mcetlnir ull comers.
Safeguard, u !-cui-ald Ally by Maxwell,
recently run half a mile nt Jllecarton, Now
Zealand, with 121 pound en hr back, In
0 17, Thcro wn. howetPr, n strong wind
behind her, nnd tho course I a fnst one.
It I said thai Denny llutler hn secured
the llrst man of the three whom he In
tends to take to Hnglamt with him tho
later part of this jenr The lucky boer
I Hilly Ahcnrn, who fights nt 1M pounds.
With the exception of (Ills We.vhlng. Hilly
Hallmnti nml Lnvo Cross, nil the plnyers
of the Phllnelelpliln Hall Club have signed
contracts for thn coming season. Wchlng
nnd llallman nro expected '" fK" In n ff,w-d.is
Falitnsy, 2.01, has, tilled out wonderfully
slnco going to California. Ihcry other
liver Ip IM Overs' siting has tnken on con
sliieiablo flesh, and will be In n better roti
elltlon Tor the campaign lids cnr than they
havo ever been.
Tom Denny, tho recently nrrlved Austra
lian fentherwrlghte Is looking fot n match
with (Icorge Dixon. Ho has W) to post
ns forfeit llostnti parties talk of trying
Denny out In n ten round match with
(leorge Bl'ldon, the well known long dis
Out 011 the Fnclflc cont they have ev
pral nmatettr boxer who nre regarded ns
world beater. To prove till claim the
edtib of California nre read to end their
men Hast to compete ngnlnst any nmaleiir
boxers In New iork, Philadelphia, Hoston
or any other city.
Strange to say, since the Ilnltlmnro rlttli
has pressed a volingter Into lino for next
year, "ll.tn" ftroilther has recallcel his
rash determination and will play ns usual
He couldn't bo seated off the diamond
with a ten-fool pole Neither can nnv of
the old-timer a long ns there 1 n dollar
In the game fur them
Tho Itull 111,1 Hnclng Association, ns tho
Itobv mnnagcrs nre known, lost n suit In
the Indiana iipteiup court rtctday. The
nssoilatlon sought to delay payment of a
Judgment for J7.170 01 for the erection of
lis building. The upieme tonrt dec Med
that the Judgmptit mut be paid nnd add-e-d
damages of nboiit floo for the elelnv.
The Judgment I In favor ot Alexander M.
Allen and others.
The recent liberal proposition lo obtain
money prlre nggregitlng several thou
sinds of dollar to be offered to steim
yachts to race nt the Hlvlera seems to
have stirred up the owners of fast
bout, and while the Norwood. Viimooe,
Yankee Doodle nnd Hex are all loo small
to muke the tr.ins-Atlnntlc vovage, which
n race in the Mediterranean would neces
sitate, thnlr owners nrp full of light and,
unless nil lgns fall, two ot the quartette
nt least will meet next year on the Hud
son river or lower bav.
According to the ndvlees received front
Paris, It Is stated that Lo Valo, the lead
ing o cling Journal, asserts that It has
received u dlpatch from reliable sources
that Lent?, the plucky oung Pittsburg
lad, wns killed by Kurds near Hzerotim,
This Is npnr the point where Lentz was
last heard from, Mnv last. The sail news
has long been expected by his friends.
They are loth to believe It true, but the
long continued absence of the oung man
Is against their fnlnt hopes th it he may
bo nllvc. The searching pnrtv sent out
by Lentr's etnploers have not been heatd
from. They have to travel thousand of
miles to reach tho terrltoty about Hze
roum. MR. JAMISON'S RESIGNATION.
It I Tendered to the Major nnd Accepted
1 ho Cost of :i cpeel.tl 1. lection
Shortly beforo tho lower houe met last
night William T. Jamison, member of the
house from the Seenth ward, bunded to
Mayor Davis the following letter, resigning
his sent In the house, on account of his en
tering upon the duties of the olllce of
"Kansas Clty.Mo., l'eb. 7, 1S93.
"Hon. Webster Davis, mayor Kansas City.
"Dear Sir As I shall soon quullfy und as
sume my duties as prosecuting attorney of
Jackson county, Mo , I hereby tender my
resUnntlon as alderman of the Seventh
vvaid ot Knnn City, Mo., to take effect
at the close of the council meeting to
night. Respectfully yours,
"WILLIAM T. JAMISON."
Tho relgnatlon was Indorsed as fol
lows "This resignation Is hereby accepted.
"WnHSTF.Il DAVIS, Mayor."
The ma or suld lust night that ho would
not call a special election to till the va
cancy until the beginning of the next fiscal
ear, ivhlch will be the middle of April.
There Is no legislation pending before tho
council which will be endangered by tho
absence of u member from the Seventh
ward, nnd, us It will cost from J37j to 5:00
to hold tho election, It Is thought best to
wait for the revenues ut the beginning of
ti new fiscal ear. The statement In an
evening paper that tho special election
would cost ,000 was ridiculed by members
of the city government.
AS ONE FROM THjTgRAVE.
Henry II, Wjutt IEcturn to Ills Parents
After Nearly Forty lcirs' .h-.c-iic.
St Joseph, Mo Feb 7 -(Special ) Hen
ry H Vatt, a wealthy ranchman llvlng
Ilvo miles from Sacramento, C.il., returned
to this city to-night, nftcr nn absence of
thirty -seven enrs, during which time his
father, who Is now Si ears of age, and
his sisti-r, Mrs J L Hoffman, living nt
2121 Charles street, hud considered him us
dead, not having received u line from him
until u few weeks ago. Mr Wyntt left St
Joseph In 1'07, being H enrs of age, und
crossed the plains under General Kenrne,
whoso expedition was In charge of Kit Cor
son, the famous scout .Mr Watt was
baelly wounded by tho Indians at the mas
sacre of Ash Hollow. In Utah, and would
havo been killed had not Carson at tho
ilik of his own life dragged him to u place
Mr 'att served under the famous fron
tlersmur for eight enrs and then took up
tils residence in California, where ho now
lives with his wife nnd three children The
meeting of Mr Wvatt and his nged father
was partlcularl nffectlng. He will remain
In St. Joseph for several months.
OKLAHOMA Mil. ISLATl'lii;.
Ibe Srimtfi Passes 11 Usury Hill unci the
lliiineei DImmuM'S Drug store) I.lnni,,..
Guthrie. O T, Feb. 7 (Special) Sena
tor Tankersle's Populist usury measure
eiiine up In the senate to-du. it was
tunneled and changed so ho did not know
It himself when Dually pasbed As Intro
due eel It mado tho charging of more thun
10 per cent Interest a misdemeanor, with
forfeiture of Interest nnd prlnclp il, but
ns passed It mule 7 per cent the le-ral
rate; where there was no oontiact, re
pealed nil iisu ry laws nnd pluced no
limit whatever on the i.ite that could bo
Hills wero Introduced to lmpoo u terri
torial occupation tax; to compel r.tllwns
to maintain proper depot facilities and to
locate it terrltoilal Insane asylum ut
A warm debato took placo in tho house
over St. John's bill to allow drug stores
to sell liquors, tho gcnei.il opinion being
that such bill would make Kansas drug
Htoro Joints out of thtee-foutths of thu
drug stores In tho tctrltory.
hllVK.STII tV.VItl) CAMIIDATKS.
Several Cltlcru Milling to Succeed Mr.
JiimUoii In the Council.
Considerable Interest hns been uroused In
tho election of u councilman to succeed
Mr. Jamison. Dr, J, W. How man, u prom
inent young Hepiihllcnn of tho Seventh
ward, yesterday agreed to become a can
didate for tho position. Among the other
candidates mentioned urn ex-Councllman
Juines A, Ilnys, T, 11, Hlddle, C. N. Mun
son, J. J. Huntington, Colonel John Con
over and George Ntff.
A. Wilson, Concord, Is nt the Coates,
J. II. Tilt, Chicago, Is at tho Coates,
II. Clayton, Philadelphia, s at the
C. i:. Wilkinson, Cincinnati, Is at the
H. W, Patrick, Omaha, is at the Coates,
J, It. Iluzen, Cleveland, Is at the Coates.
A, Stewart, Milwaukee, la at tho Coutes.
T, V, llobson, Boston, Is at the Coates,
J. L. Kraus, Baltimore, Is at tho Coates,
W. L. Trowbridge, Chicago, Is at the
L, Zook, rortland. Is at the Coates.
17. II, Taylor and wife, of Palmyra, Mo,
are at the New Albany,
W. II. McShano. of Lincoln, Neb , was
at the New Albany yesterday,
I. J, Ithoades, ot Gardner, Kas., Is at
the Now Albany,
W. S. Part, of Heaver City, Neb., was
at the New Albany yesterday.
L. D. Pollock, of Hutchinson, Kas., Is
at the New Albany,
S. t Pettlt and wife, Hays City, are at
William II, Sherwood, Chicago, Is at the
. W. M. Draff en, Jloonv,llle, Jto., Is at the
11. l Jtedden, Newurk, N. J., I at the
12, W. Jlachman, riturleld, Mas, Is at
It. fl. Jacobs, rittsftold, Mass . is at tho
.William Sickles, Druxel. Mo Is at the
Tarn O'Slmntcr's ride tlirotifjli the midinRht wind with the horrible
witches nnd hob-Roblitis purMiiiiR him was only a bad dream, or night
mare, which anybody is liable to experience as the result of over-eating
or an attack of bilioitbiiess or indigestion. To avoid such disagreeable
experiences otic or two of Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets which are sugar
coated and hcarccly larger than mustard seeds, should be taken after a
too hearty meal and the action of the stomach will thereby be quickened
and the meal promptly digested.
Then too if Nature be assisted a little now and then in removing
offending matter ft 0111 the stomach and bowels you will thereby avoid a
multitude of distressing derangements and diseases, and will have less
ficqueiit need for your doctors' services.
Of all known agents for this purpose, Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets arc
the best. Their secondary effect is to keep the bowels open and regular,
not to further constipate, as is the easevvith other pills. Hence, their
great popularity with siiflerers from habitual constipation, piles and their
attendant discomfort and manifold derangements.
No caie Lsiequired while using them ; they do not interfere in the least
with the diet, habits or occupation, and produce 110 pain, griping or shock
to the system. They act in a mild, easy and naiwal way and there is
no reaction afterward. Their help lasts so that you do not become a slave
to their use as with other pills.
Ueiiig composed of the purest, concentrated vegetable extracts, the
cost of their production is much more than that of other pills found in
the market, yet from forty to forty-four are put up in each glass vial, as
sold through druggists, and can be had at the price of the more ordinary
and cheaper made pills.
Dr. Pierce was first to introduce a Little Pill to the American people
Many have imitated them, but none have approached his " Pleasan
Pellets" in excellence.
The Pellets cure biliousness, sick and bilious headache, dizziness, cos
tiveness, or constipation, sour stomach, loss of appetite, coated tongue,
indigestion, or dyspepsia, windy belchiiigs, "heart-burn," pain and dis
tress after eating, and kindred derangements of the liver, stomach and
bowels. In proof of their superior excellence, it can be truthfully said,
that they aie always adopted as a household remedy after the first trial.
Put up in glass vials, therefore always fresh and reliable. One little
"Pellet" is a laxative, two are mildly cathartic. As a "dinner pill,"
to promote digestion, take one each day after dinner. To relieve distress
from over-eating, they are enequaled. They are tiny, sugar-coated gran
ules ; any child will readily take them.
Don't accept some substitute said lo be "just as good."
The substitute costs the dealer less. It costs you ABOUT the save.
HIS fiiofit is in the "just as good." WHERE IS YOURS?
If your dealer is not willing to supply the " Pellets" send 25 cents in
stamps to the undersigned and a vial will be mailed to you. Address,
WORLD'S DISPENSARY flEDlCAL ASSOCIATION, Buffalo, N. Y.
LIGHT IS SEEN AHEAD.
Western Lines Maj Yet Struggle Out of the
I)nrkii)gs In Which Tiiey Have)
lice 11 riouiiclerlng.
Chicago, Fob. 7. The announcement
made by tho Denxer & Ilio Grande nnd
the lllo Grande Weitetti that they would
not join the Western Trunk Line com
mittee has hncl tho eifect ot throwing
Hint organization on Its beam ends. It
is thought, however, that tho ombnirnts
ment will bo only tempor.it y, ns the
Hock Islnnd nnd Utirllngtoii huo both
notified the lllo riinndo Western that
they are willing it should inNe tho boy
cott on round trip business 1 ending in
one direction over the Union Pacific The
Union Pacific has decl.uod tint when
this is done it will Join tho committee',
nnd tho minute It signs the ngieement
nil the impottunt Western lines which
huvo not alreudy joined the commlttoo
will come Into the fold, it Is expected
that n leptesentutlvo of the Hln Gnuido
Western will be in Chicago within the
next few dn.s to hold n confetenco with
Chairman Caldwell und with represent
atives of tho llotlt Island unci Hut ling
ton. It Is hardly im-slble fot the com
mittee to niuke much progtes.s pcndiiis
tho outcome of this conference
Chnlnnun Caldwell to-day Issued u
complete list ut nil thoao entitled lo
clerical half fnre permits elm lng 1S93
The list Is greatly reduced fiom that of
former j ems,
ST. I.OUIS .1Ii:i:i I.NCI.
Thn Wcbtcru 'trunk Line Pre Ight Com
mittee in e.leui.
St. I.ouls, l'eb, 7. When tho Wcitern
trunk line freight committee loomed Its
meeting to-da the matter ot peicentages
under the tonnage pool was not taken up
as expected, but teferred ovar until to
morrow, as many of those present vvlslcd
to nttend the other meetings In .-eiMon
here li regularities In rates from St, I.ouls
to Mls-iouil ilvei points, via Kuniis City, j
Pittsburg it liulf and Kansas City, Ooct
ola & Southern rullioids, two outside lines, I
were brought un mi dlseusilan. but no ac
tion vvas taken. The m it'et was inferred
to Chairman Mldgle, of the Westein
1 (eight Association, with Instructions, to
adjust tho trouble. If possible.
The meeting to-djj of executive olllcors
of tho Southwe stein lines which aiu par
ties to tho Western passenger agreement,
uiljouiiieii from the Chicago meeting of re
cent elate, was hugely utttndeel. The pur
pose of this meet tig wus to eonsliler the
agreement to see If It could be curried out. 1
It was unaulmouslv eleelclHtl 10 rt..i!llrm
every clause and nuke no changes what
ever In the letter of the agreement, A
meeting of thee executive board of thu
Southwestern Hues met to-day at tho of.
lice of Chairman Day, of tho Southwest,..
Tralllo Association. The question of foi til
ing a passenger tralllo commltteo to take in
all tho St. Louis Southwestern lines und
those of Texas was considered, but no no
tion was taken.
The meeting of tho commltteo on relntlnns
with Southern ro.uli. cuinoeeet of IIuhm
leading north from the Dhlo river, which
wus culled lor to-day to ionslder various
matters of Importance, has been postponed
for 0110 week,
Would .Nut Appoint tho I'li.liiiut,
Cincinnati, O, Pel). 7. In 11 proceeding
before Judge Taft, of the I'ulted Htutes
court, to-day, simllur to that In the toutt
nt Hlehmond, Vn jesterday. wherein
President Kimball, of the Norfolk ,t West
ern road, and Mnjoi Henry Pink, weio up
pointed receivers of the Norfolk d West
ern, It was sought to have thu sumo par
tics appointed for the property within this
Jurisdiction, Judge Taft, however, follow
Ing the rule in the whisky trust case, re
fused to appoint President Kimball, Hu
appointed Major Pink Major Pink gave
bond for I0,K.O, Mr. W, P. Anderson, of
Cincinnati, becoming his surety, 1
Illll ot Complaint I lied,
e.iin,ll Uloffa Tn -Ah t m- .. l . ,.
J'nlled Slates circuit court Attorney Pin
ley Ilurko filed a bill of complaint In tho
K7,229.00O first mortgage foreclosure suit
URolnit the Union Pacific company, tho
united Stales of America and u large num
ber of parties who have or claim to have,
an Interest. in the property of the Union
Puclfto in Iowa, P. Gordon Dexter und
Oliver Amey, as trustees for the holders of
tho mortgage bonds, appear as plaintiffs.
This Is supplementary to the recent litiga
tion at St. Louis.
San Kranciseo. Feb. 7. Appearances Indi
cate thut tho threatened trouble between
tho Southern Pucltlo company and Its loco
uvotlya enjlnters has been averted. A. con
ference to-dav between Superintendent PI1I
moro nnd Chief Arthur and some of tho
managers was marked by friendly feel
ings, and at Its conclusion Mr. Arthur suld
the dllliculty had been practically .settled.
The nillustment of wages will affect a unl
lorm 1 enumeration, but will cut down those
who have been making large salaries to
give all fair compensation.
Deutl.N mill Piuieriils.
The timet nl services over the ramalni
ot W II. Han Is. who was found deal In
his 100m at the Midland on Wednesd.iv,
will be held at 1 o'clock this afternoon at
Calvary II iptlst church, the pastor, lUv.
.1 O'li Lovvij, olllclntlncr. While the re
in, tins lay at Stewart & Carroll's yes'ci
da thoj were viewed bv a liumliT of
stockmen and turfmen, friends of tho de
ceiseil. The Inquest will be held this
1 morning ut 11 o'clock.
Maud Donoluie, 1111 infant child of Mr.
Henry W, Donohue, ot IMul Park unc'ijo,
filed vobtenlns. The funeia! seivl-'s will
be held .it 10 o'clock this morning .unl tho
biul.il will In. In Union cemetery.
An Infant child of Hornet Hovverl, of IHO
Heservolr avenue, vvas bulled at 2 i.'cloik
esteid,i nfternoon In Hluiwool meterv.
-Miss ltuth Porkenei, daughter of li T.
Porkener, of 170s Howaiel uvnue, died
esterda She was 1 vears of ar3 Tie
funeral services will ho annoiinj nl to
dav I Mrs Hllrnheth lllllot, widow of James
lllllnt, died jesterday at her home, 1J0
West Twentj-nlnth stiect, aged id jesia.
Tho funeral set vices will be held 0:1 Si.n
Tho tiinernl .services over the remains
of Chillies Hrowne wero held at 2 clock
vestetday afternoon at the lesldence ot
his son, A J, Hrowne, J'iJ7 Olive ifeet.
The bin l.tl was In Illmwood iemtin
The funetal services over the remilnt
of 1'iedeilck Jameson wero held at nls
lite residence, Sll West Twentv-llfth
Mieet, at - o clock jesteruny urteinoon,
Thu remains were placed In tho vault In
Potest Hill cemetery,
Che-lip Co it
Tho Central Coal nnd Coke Company are
making tho very low price of $.'.7."i per ton
for tho celebrated Cheiokeo and Weir City
lump nnd egg; f-'EO foi Cherokee nut nnd
!JS for Ilich Hill shaft lump, delivered.
These nre the llnest grades of domestic
coal III tho market.
Stoves, Stoves, Stoves.
We have a few "Itadlant Home" base
burners left jet, which we will sell at cost
to us Come In to-day und get one, and bo
comfortable. ZAHNWt A. HATTCI.l,,
U W. 10th st
LADIES M YOU TO
DR. FCLIX LE BRUM'S
Steele Pennyroyal Pills
" tl urket. Price, $!,! fcut
" ' ' "mill by
Tedermann . Hollar, Druggists and Sole,
Agents. 001 Main St., Kansas City, Mo.
Wllfl'I'l-V At I.emlvllle, Col of perltonl.
tls, on l'eb. 7. Mrs. Lucv T. Wllflev wlfa
of John M Wliriey nn.l , laughter olIenry
and .Mary n. Topping, of this city.
.-voiico ot iimerai will im given to-morrow.
,tnek nmnbereil tl In I,.1.'.,.. ,'!-.."
an addition to Kansas City. JurKson S'
tj;, Missouri I as shown by the Fe-cor, "eef p 5?
of sold addition, at the south front .lnni
of the court house. In, Kansas city. be. wt?en
the hours of 9 o'clock In the forVni""'
6 o'clock In tho uftarnoon. on ThurseiVU
tho 21st day of Pebruary, 1SU3. at nuhifc
vendue, to the highest bidder, for Pcaah
for the purpose ot paling said note ami the.
cost of executing this trust ' "'
A. A TOMI.IN'snv t
Kansas City. Jan'y 89th. ISO? " lce'
ruary 19, 1S93. between the hoSii' otm
o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p. m. 011 Li1,?
Kama city, Mo., Jan. 1J, ikij."
In Hu navmem of the or imi-.i .....' ,,iv
scvibed In a deeel of trust nude by Call
vert It Hunt und Hva C. Hunt
hi. wife, dated the 12th day of June
ive, iinu recorneo on ins Itfth day of lnni
, 111 liook H 319. at pige 611. m the nl'
flee" of the recorder of' deeds for Jackson
county, Missouri, ut Kansas Cliv 1 ii
by virtue of the premises and of tho power
lu me visted by said deed of trust uriilnf
the leanest of the legal holder of sulci not"'
nroced to sell all of lot muni, , ' .
N'OTICll Qie bT(H!k'llni..ii.i.L .-
INQ-Notlce is hereby given "thu, xhi aal
nual meeting of the stockholders I ,r .H
Union National bank, of Ka! sua rtiS'in"19
will be held at Its Lanking house at thi
southeast corner of 8th und siSh?' .?' J.h
in ma uuv oc Kantian nn
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