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Tin? KANSAS CITY JOUltNAL, TUKSDAY, FBBIIUARY 20, 1895.
NEWS OFTHE DAY.
tiii: w:i in.tt,
The official foreeast for to liv Is Tor
MlMourl, light showers, stHilminrs tem
perature l'or Knnrt, shower: probihlv
cooler 111 I ho north nnil vvct portions. Tho
highest temperature jesbTrtilj una 67 dejr,
nnd the lowest 4'J ili'K. rollowinit is list
New Orleans i 8tiM
(InlvrMon n.,1.11...... 8021
Cincinnati ..,.. t ,...,.
t'hlcilfin ...... i. ii... 8V.CS
Ml l'.ml .1.. ......... i. , StiSfl
fprlnKtlell ,,.,, IM
Colli ordbt ,i ii ...30.il
Dodite City W.12
lllsmnrrli ........ , ..... ..WW
Helena i.t i .i.ii.t.jjnzz
Ch.-jenne i ........WIKI
D'lUfr ...i .J1
Ulehtn ,i W
SI. I.oul .''
Kansas City 38
t 11 Mlllllll IT).
Denier Is lo hnvlne trouble with Its
VAtnr works ceimpHtiv.
Mr?. Mlllhotife, whew hushmd rorninllMrl
tulildo. may be prosecuted for bmamy.
The lowi h8Ue .it the council l't hlaht
put 'icelf on toeord In favor Of noiltist elec
tion!. A runnier of eltlifn lime offers to do
line ivorlm of an to tho board of edtica-
The rnses nunlnn esJimlcd He' .
J.alshnw lire docketed for trial Hi l.lbertj
The exported tfport ot the grand Jury
war delive.l by tho Illness til one of Ita
A T Van Idler lwtnrcd lust nlKltt In the
"i. M C. A. bulldliiK on 'Modern Dutch
Mice Helm arts 5etonlv tdetillflert .lohll
Johnson lis tin. man who made n. fnlse
tiatiirnllzntlnn allldnvlt for him.
Tin lov-r house public Improvements
cimmltlee jestenlny postponed action upon
twentv-nlhe' "itinlilln ordinances.
A number of i rlmlnal oases taken from
Jin I. -on count to Clay county on chanties
of vinuc were dismissed at Liberty vester
dav Judge Wofford yesterdaj declared Invalid
the orllname prohibiting hucksters from
p IliitU In i ertiiln lot nlltles befole 9 o'clock
Tl ( examination of Mctlabitev and Mi -J.
il, who weie iiriPKted for i ounterteltltiK.
was postponed .vesienlny until to-morrow
Mr. Anna IMInh. who Is In Jail at Lib
rtv yesterdu di-llveied to Sherirf llymer.
of Clay coiintv. n hndionie seal wrap, to
bi tent to n C.uiHdl.in funler
Thomns It Morrow Is In Jefferson City
lobbjlnir for an amendment to the law gov
trtilnjt the constrtiellon ind nialnteniuipo
ot brldRes over thp .MI-otirl rivet and other
slrnms in the xtiite.
Tin ittorney roi the eontPtnnt In the
Sloan-Kehlear eontet venlerd.iy naked
Judse f!loir to net aside the ballots In eel
tain pteelnet". beeaiHe the law proMdlliK
how they shall be r turned and kept was
The leRlsLiture will probably ndjourn
Pred I!e rommltteil suicide at CJre.it
Jjpnd by takliu caibolle acid.
I'rofcfor Illike'a experlnienti In tele
JihonliiR: at sea hap been sueecsftil.
Moit of the Itenubllean ineniliprs of the
Icglskituic f.noi McKlnley for piesldent.
JihIkp llroaddui delivered i sironj; eharpe
in the srain Jurj ut Liberty npjlim giim
bllnK and carrjlnp roneealwl wi'nppn.
The hoif-e placed Itself on reeord ncalnt
woman suffr.iKe bv refuilnc t" eiiKroii a.
j evolution to strike the word "male' from
(I. iu ril Ilium Htfp.
fpcrelary Carlisle Is conlltied to his bed
villi the crip.
Conferred! hne miiiiil upon a report on
the Indian court bill
The 'Vooner" amendment to the sundry
civil bill has been abandoned.
Mardl (Iras festivities opened In Jfcw
Orleans with pi eat splendor.
Trance will not permit the Importation of
Anierl. an beef Into that country.
Complaint 1 made that an undue pro
portion 'if fo:Uf;neis j;ot most of the Cleve
Missouri will pre! the sprweint-it-arnis in
the orowlz ltlon ot the next house ot lep
reentatlves. Impresvp funenl services ovpc the re
mains of 1'red DniiBlass held in Washing
ton, and the body .if let ward taken to Itoch
istcr for burial.
The days of fraudulent hiklnir povvdprs
nro numbPiLd. Hr. 1'ilits l.s dilvliiK Hum
ONLY TEN DAYS REMAINING.
'Ihc IIUI iliuiii i I i'kUI ituru t 111 sunn f l..sc
Its l.ali)r-llililliK III) and
lhl m -ilons.
f.uthrie. O. T.. Cob. K. (Sp rial ) Th-
lesislature besan to realize to-day that the
end of the spssiou was plowing neai, but
ten of the kixty dajs yet remalnlnR, and
that they had done very Utile permanent
work mj both houses held full day und
In Hi house the rommlttee on education
unanimouslv re( omniended the passtipe of
ihc bill piovidlm; .. p.tr.ite m hoola for
vhii ind (olorid . hildren. A bill was
lnirjilmeil b Itepitseiitatlve Mci'oy pio
virlinpr for a tenltoiial bank oxumlner und
eonipi lllnp ull bankN to make Ilvo reports
a nr. on" b Iteprisentalive Littlo pro-
ik lor ( lilliltliinn of boxliiE. span In K
an I ristllns within the territory.
I tin m mill. Sin. i tor Speimr lnt ro
il t stilupent antl-pambtlnK bill and
s i It.iy an irrigation ail similar to
ir jt Kansas,
I h huiisii pasted a bill deelarinp no
pi pi iin cm nipt fiom lebt for tent or
10' ill. purchase pilce thi reof, ono exerapt
Inir all tiees and vines from taxation for
live .us afier planting and one leyuir
lni, i mint v attorney to audit all bills
ag.nn t the tounty. An hqur was snnt In
oi us-iiiK a bill allow tint iok owners to
Ii i Ii. ir diips tor taxation and declaring
ii u .i listed in rwm il pioperts und sub
Ji t.i taxation
I i. si nine pisurd the bill piovldlnif for
a i ii'iorl.il vii. ilnaiv siirKum and strliiK
e itiLiamlni n nl ttlons, and the same
wini to the Km. mm. A resolution was
i id .ii-kini; K. r.tiiv Morton to ehaiiK'
tin iuai. inline lin to tin muiiIi and east
bi. .nliij of iiklalin'ii.i Nutiio was re
leivtd in l.i) 1 1 urn lb. postmubtir Keneiul
th it im mlii is nf tin liUiutui. Wiri'iislnir
franked iimlup s fui pilvai. puiposcsnnd
If ill.' was 11 rep. I It ion or the nlfcliM he
wcul I rnforee- the law i alllnit for u line
of ! 1 ,
STEP IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION.
1 orelRiii r In lie .Nalur.illi'il Mut Undn.
"I.iinl Hie llnullli l.iiiKiiiiKit lit-
t. Illi;i "11.1.
Kt 1,0111s, Mo , I'eb fS -JiuUe Henry I.
Edmunds, of the iilmlnul mint, to-duy
ndopted i rule rupilrliiK lh.it all forelKners
who wish io be iiaiiiialucil n his court
must be able to Int. licnily understand
lin I spialf Hie- Kllbllsh lauguaKe'. The
i-autes leading up to this eourse are many,
but chieili based on tlic fact of the poor
jur servhe In his tourt i:very Jloiidaj
morninw when the panel of Juiors for tho
week h servlee Is called there are unyvvhero
from one to twuitj nun ivho tome for
ward and ask to be eued, dtvluir as an
excuse that tiny cannot rpeak English.
Tho only lecoure of tho Judjte In such a
situation Is to excuse th. Juror
In spe.ikliiB of the order, J mine Edmunds
(aid that Ids couit had been somewhat
handicapped in the past by iiiuili lemy of
Jurors and that thi ex. us. "uin't speak
English" wus a stall lin one I'nder tho
Jievv rulo he bellevei. that tin re will now be
on Inducement for all fouiwiurs to Ituru
to speak the language.
I out ii.u r.t .inn i, it iti:-i:itv.vi ion
lllll lo lloiute It In IC.iin.is Jttportiil I'll
viimbly Ii) tin. ( muiiilttic.
Washington, I'eb. (Special.) The sen
ate commltteo on public lands teported fa
orably to-night the Jlurtin bill to donate
to the statx of Kansas for educational pur
poses the Tort Hayes military reservation.
Sir. Martin eas he expects to have the
bill Included In the sundry civil bill to
morrow, and If he falls he hopts to Ret It
through under the uuaiigement for busi
ness In tho seiiute lo-morrovv night, when
It will bo called up ui a separate bill
representative Hudson, vtho offered ,i
similar bill In tho lioiut has arringed for
a mtetlns to-moriovv ot the imblU Ian Is
(Ommlttee to consider it. lie eajs the ab
sence of the enulrman of the eomnilttte,
Jlcltea, might prevent action on thu bill,
laivr l'rltcil Coal.
j'lace your orders with Ihc Central Coal
and Coke Co, for Iho best irradei of soft
coal ut prlcej unheard of before in this
market. Weir and Cherokee luran. j7.v.
nut. J2M; Itlch Hill lump. K.25 nor ton
LEAGUE RULES COMMITTEE.
M Mlllllt Of IMI'OltT.XM t'IIVMIi:s
il Hi in i ,mti.l:lit PON.
I'ltc In r I'liile I to Itp riilnrRpd mid the
lib: Mill lor Inllelili r l in Up
Mimic .twit) Mb Opui nil
New YotV. I'Vb K "The rn!r roinmlt
lee of the Jatlorml llarrlmll Leaptue, con
nlHIni ot IMtturd llahlon, or ftftltlmorpi
.tamps A Hart, of Chlraao, and t" It.
Hjrnes, of llrnehlvn, met in this clt) to
day In the rifth Avriun holel Mr ltjrnej
took the Place of V. W. Kerr, of I'llts
huts:, Who was unavoidably abreut
The colTimlttee made tinineioiis chanRPS,
which will lie voted on ! the lenRtte at
Its meeting on Wednesday. They recom
mend anions other thlnirs that the pitch'
era' plate be enlafRpdi pluepd resttlctlon
upon tlblsv roilililMH; RitVe tile umpire
greater power In discipline "kickers" and
Imnttpil the vroidlno- of tnanj tules, some
of which were heretofore vague and nin
blKtious. Anions the rhanois reiolumend
Utile No , lo make Hie pttehers' pHte
3t b (; Instead of K bv 4.
Utile No. II, aeftlon 'J, Is chnnRed lo read:
"The Bltirmiu ball ilellvercd by the pitch
er may be discolored bv him, but by no
other plajer. In t.o tloliiit the pitcher
shall resort to no other fneans than tub
biiiK the ball with his hands or doves."
Utile No. lit. section 2, l ehntiRed to
read. "No plaer except the i atelier nnd
Diet baseman shall be permitted to weal
padded or lined Kloves or mitts "
I'.ule No. 10 Is thus dellned' "A bunt lilt
Is a deliberate attempt on the part of the
haimnn' to punt a hull sloulv within the
Intleld so that It i-innot be lleldcd by nn
inneuier In lime to lettre the iiatsman."
It lie No. (3 is dimmed to ruid' "Thf
eonchers shall lie restricted to conchlnR
the bnse i tinner."
An amendment to rule I'm, section 5S,
reads' "It shall lip the dutv of an umpire
lo enforce the rule recnidlpss of u per
sonal opinion, as on their merits. This
shall upply especially to title C3 and sec
tion S of rulp ,.T. In the event of the um
pire's fallute to inforce these rules, he
hall be lineal I0 for each offense upon
the sworn statement of the captain of the
oppoilr.R team nnd two reputable wltue
e, which ollldnvlt. however, tmit be for
warded to the secretary of the league
within twent)-fottr hours fiom the time
of the offense."
llule fti, the eommlttee recommended
th.tt the constitution be amended lo pen
alize this rule as follows: "Any plavcr
other than the captain leavlnp his post In
the Held, or lenVIng the bench to fiuellon
a decision of the umpire shill bo Iliipd 510
by the umpire for the first offeno and for
second offense shall bo removed from the
panic and leipilicd to leave the panic
Utile W, section .", Is amended to lend.
"The umpire shall remove a ptaer for it
violation of section 1 of this rule and the
player so removed shall b lnellplble to
plav In n championship p.tmo for the next
three succeeding pnines."
The bat can now be of nny 7p nr
length, but It must be round nnd made of
solid hard .wood.
Another most important ehnnpe Is onp
whlph (onstltutps a foul bill. Horeifter
nil) ball that poes onto foul ground be
tween the lines ot Inses Is to be con
sliliipd roul whether It Is batted directly
to ibe pround oi In the air This does
aw iv with the old ten foot rule.
The foul tip was hat upon as follows:
"A ball tipped bv the batsman and ciupht
b) the catcher within the ten foot lino Is
This Is a diieet concession lo the pitch
eis. the onlv one made b the conimlltee
The regular schedule nn etlns of the
linpue takes pl.n e at the rifth Avenue
hotel to-morrow, when the rules commit
tee report will be presented.
'the "K III ipnii" rhre iteneil to tt hip Cup-
I iin flliirl a ml the I, ittcr tla.b u Move
ns It to s,i,int.
t'loiel ind, O, 1YK IM A lot al paper
prints a slorv of a tutiirrrl between Pugi
list ltob I'lUsimmons and his in liiaper,
Captain niorl, which came near n suit
ing In bloodshed Saturday evening. Tho
cause of the ipiairel was the p.i ment of
a pTKonnl bill of ritysininions' which Clorl
Mild should not be paid with the theatric il
mono). This angered ritz'lmmnns and ho
threatened to wipe the lloor with (llorl,
but a movemt nt as If to diaw a tevolver
bv Clorl put a stop to ritzslmmans' anper
and he refralmd fiom i -ci rclsinp his
strenpth npalnst his manager
It is said that ritzsimmons has bren nct
Ing ugly of late and that he and Oloil will
separate In a couple of weeks, ritslm
mnns' brother-in-law will then manage tho
.lot: t imv.si;i is ,oit) loitit.
Ho Easily lint the It. t ot. I iilc llmipl.iM-,
the t idol, il llenv) u. igbt.
Chicnpo. 111., Cell 13 At an athletic en
tertainment this evening under the au
spice of "T'arson" Dailcs, Joe Choynskl
sparred three lounds with Jack Douglass,
the colored heavy weight Choynski had
clearly the best of It and had the light
been to a llnlsh, there Is little doubt us to
how the man h would huvo ended
Tommy Ityan met Shorty Ahearn, the
colored welter-wi Ight of Chicago, In a
four-round i ontest nnd hnndled his man
In much tho came form as Chovnskl used
Davles savs he Is waiting to hear from
Colonel J u. Hopkins regarding a match
for Crcedou and Triu y against Choynskl
and Jlun. Should there be any piospeit
of such a match, tho Carson will defer his
trip lo England and endeavor to have tho
meeting take place ns soon us possible.
Hill Itimllng Willi.
Excellent scores were made nt the week
Iv roll of the Owl rtowlinfr Club held on
the lto)ul nllejs jest, nlay, five of the club
uslng the Mrt inaik. ('. I, I'rleo won tho
initial on the following score.
, . . Strikes. Spares. Total
C. L. I'llee !) n j
V. I.. Kendrlelc 10 13 5jt
It Pianklln 0 11 MS
c Vaughn 0 111 - BIT
Y lnvln , 0 ) mil
W. E .Curtis f... S it jy
T J Tlmmons 0 10 471
II. O. (Mark 8 11 4S
c I'. Crlder a 4
W. linker , jl H 11,1
It .Ionian ,, 8 g n)
V. Hohle 3 13 -I"
It. It Jenkins 3 It 413
P, Jones 3 15 III!
A. It Holeomb 3 u 407
O. W. Westfall a 13 I'ff
r.iii lal ibmllug rinb,
At the roll o the Social Howling Club on
the Itojal iilleja last evening, fieorgo iiaehr
won the medal on the following score
O ltaehr 10 0 4'jJ
Tllllenllis 0 U 13
Jlunsman 7 in 4'i.s
Adams i 11 411
Iluul.o 1 U l.''l
Warneke 7 S 111
Kling r, 10 lit
Essell I 9 41J
Mink Vnrili. Iloullug CI11I1,
The weekly roll of tlio Htoik Yards Howl
Ins Club was held on tho llriuinvvlck nllejs
lust evening with th following r-ult:
Strikes, Spares. Total
"Zed'' 10 II Bn.1
V. Iljnrs , 10 in 411
Nutlet fi 9 410
Henry 3 4i
West a u 3'J
Italdwln 3 u m
Dtumund ....,.,,,,,.,... 3 10 370
II, lljurs., 5 l 8td
(').IUls llmilliig ('lull,
Warien was tho winner at tho weekly roll
of tho CydlstB held on tho Itoval alios
lust evening. Thu scoiu;
Strikes. Spares. Total
Warien I 13 IV,
Janues ,..,,....,.. 3 10 11.'
Hodge A 7 r.:i7
TIW J 11 S.M
ll.tiderson ,,,,,3 in 1:117
SleU 3 0 ,j
Cnvell , .1 7 ,",.VS
Whitney 4 0 Sij
llelleviln limiting ( lull.
Davis was high man with Ml at the
weekly roll of the lielleviigs on the Jtoial
allevs last nleht. "
'I he sore:
, Strikes. Snares Total.
Mlllis ...,, , ,,,, S ij w.
Evans ..., ,,,,,,,,,10 p) i,,,
Manlovo , ,,, fi il jy
Ituinlu , ,.,. to 4-Ji
J'eV l! ' i
Makepeace , 1 a m
lliiullng Ii.iguc Annual .Milling.
The annual meeting of tho Kansas City
Amateur Howling League, poatponed from
last weik, will bo held lo-morrow ('edncs
dt) evening, nt pallor H of the .Midland
lintel 'I here Is onldcrablp business to
1 inn berore the league, besides the proscn'
t.uion ot the mevlals won bj the Kansas
( itvs and the llcllcvilea In the touriintuptil
ami the election of ollb ers, and nil the
1 lubs arc requested to hate a full tip
n i-i illation ftt the meetliig.
,iw eluiis iitsinng admission to the lrngtie
nte al-o rniue-tcd lo s. ml reptesrtilallves
to la tlulr applliatlons before tin meet'
I lll.v tin id In Hip I'urpli
Sin l'rubclst'i), I'eb. !S, Ktlry Itose. (he
lelebralpil l'alo Alto hroodm.trp, has foaled
a nily b otmoiide, hint W. O. It Mellon
oliUh, lirmotides mviier, constdtls himself
.,UiiO liisct. Pome time ago Mi Monouph,
Who paid lbAt0 ror Uimonde, made u roll.
Itnet with the Statifiml I'alo Alto stock
rarm vvhetbby a nilmbet nf I'fllo Alio mares
were to be bred to uimonde. AIilMnough
nan to take nil the colts foiled and the
nllles ivete lo go to I'alo Alto.
Alt Donoiiffh had been tillered f25,00i for
the foul belore Its bit Hi, ir It turiipd out to
be a colt, but the young millionaire scorned
even that fam.v prhe lot one of Ormonde k
progenv. 'Hie ibl Just foal, d Is the llrst
one ot Ormondes g 1 this eir, and under
the tprms of the rnntinct beeumes tho
propel ty ot .Mrs. Eelalid Stntifotd.
sun I rain bin It lie.
San riiimlsco, I'eb. K. Arctic, n 150
to 1 shot, missed winning the fourth r.'ne
lo-daj by a In ad. The booktnaUers laid
uU to 1 against him for the pi ite mid cashed
unite a liumbei of tickets nt th.it llgure.
l'lrst ince Slv furlongs; maidens. Hey
Alia won, l.lttl" Hob, setoiid, Jlriivotiin,
third. Time, 1.1.
Seiotnl tace l furlongs: 3-year-olds,
riashllglit won, Mollie it., seeolid, .Main
sin, third. Time, 1 1514,
Tnlld ince About six furlongs. Tar
tarian won, Aniens, second i 1'ertter, thlid.
I'ourth rate About six fill longs: selling.
llliam Argo won, Arctic, second; Muti
neer, thlid. Time, 1,15.
rifth rnie nne mile: selling While
Stone won, llleo, seeond; Uamln, third.
J line. 1.1 1.
New Orb mis It 11 1 .
New Orleans, l,n., l"eb. S3. Sixty-seventh
da of the Crescent City Jockey Club w In
tel meeting. Wetthtr line; track heavy.
llrst nice Selling; six furlongs, nir.
long wnn, Tcri.ipln, second, Hodgson,
thltil. Time, 1.2I.
Second 1. ice Selling; five fui longs. End
low won, l'ruprlct), second; Oee Whiz,
thlid. Time, l.lPi.
Third race Selling; sK furlongs. Heitl
llce won; Utile i'hll, tetotid, Danube, third.
rottrlh ince Selling: six futlonps. i.uko
I'.uks won, Dmvln Wedgovvood, second;
lliiatil, thlid. Time, 1 23ij
l'lftli 1 ace Selling; seven furlongs, 1'nklr
won, Hlue and White, second; Mezzotint,
thlid. Time, l.li
t:nst I.t. I. mil. Will Itinpiii.
St Iiuis, Mo, I'eb 21 The E 1st St.
I.ouls Joi key Club held :i meeting to-day
and decided to lcopen Its Hack and run
dally, eoiumenclng with nt Siturdav. No
license from the Vuif Congies will bo
asked fot nt pnent, but in Mew of the
fact that the Hack may applv foi one
inter, no outlawed horses, owncis or Jock
evs will be allowed to patllclpate In the
coming meeting. In deciding to run evuy
da and hairing the M.nlHotv horsts, ow n
eis nnd Joekijs the East St. Eouls people
will clash with the Madison track nnd
naturally this will bring about another race
Hack win Captain Sliielalr will preside ut
East St. I.ouls, with J. W. Hrooks handl
ing tho Hag,
New ork team HIT fur the stmtli.
New Xoilv, i'eb "o The steamer Talla
hassee, which sails foi Savannah to-mor-tow,
will 1 irr the members of the Xim
Vork lliseball Club, l-'iom Savnnnih the
cluli will 1.0 to Jniksonvllle, I'l.t., to begin
thnr praetlee work, (leorge II Davis, the
Held captain of the team, will be In chaipe
of the men In Jacksonville the men will
be Joined bv live othei men who have re
ccntlj elgmd, among (In in Itusb, the
pitcher. The dub will lemiln In .lm kson
vllle about three weeks. Aiidlw l'le. d
111.111. man iper of the 1 lull, will Join his
men 111 xt week and will remain. with them
during tin ir piactlclng.
Madison Iti Milts.
SI. Eouls, ivb 23 l'lrst race I'our nnd
one-half 1 111 longs, l.lttlo Nell won; Dutch
Oven, sciond, D.idd Heed, third. Time,
Second race I'lve and one-half furlongs.
Zendei won; Modet.ite, seeond, lielshuz
zar, third Time, l.li
Tliird race riven and one-half furlongs,
Maggie Mutpliy won; Call City, .second;
Kntle Mac, thlid. Time, 1 11.
I'ourth race l'lve fui longs. Chnnco
won; Hella O , second, Heads or Tails,
third. Time. 1 117
I'lfth i.nc Six furlongs. Jordan won;
Crab Cidei, second, Calantha, third. Time,
It im bill in Ihipl mil 'I his v,..nll,
London, Tib 25 At a meeting here to
day of the Baseball Assocl itton it wis de
cided to plaj forty-two panics during tho
coming season, vvhli h opi ns In Mav. Ex
tensive pioutiils havo been secured and
Atnerli an teams nip ixpeited to comp.'to
with the English teams. Thrre were 130
persons pi 1 sent at the meeting.
Hlni.i-C.rllTo 'Mull Ii.
Itoston, Teh 25 Jimmy Dime and Young
flrlffo vvcie matched this afternoon to light
eight rounds In this city March S, before
the Camden Club.
I Iv.i sp,,rtnp Nut, .1.
Cloister, top weight nt lC pounds, Is
fuvoilte foi the Elverpool grand national
steeplechase, at 5 to 1.
The selection of Anbury Park for tho
nnmint race tneptlns of Hip league Is sat
Isfaetory to Kansas City riders
The Kansas City cjclists are talking of
a whPPl parade for next Sunday morning
through the prlmlpal streets of the eit.
"Matt' Hyrnes has received a carload of
horses at Monmouth pailc from Montana.
The lot Included Sir Finnels and Stevo
At Monmouth park llohctt Murray re
cently lost, from lockjaw, the 3-ear-old
colt, Wedding Tour, by Sensation, dam
Jockey OnrrNon Is now nt Now Orleans,
training Into condition before b avlng for
England. Ho expects to be able to rldo at
Two of Colonel Thompson's best known
Hiookdale muies Invervvlek and Abund
ancerecently slipped foals, the former
twins, a lllly nnd a colt, to .Macaroon.
Charley Nichols, the lioston pitcher, will
leave soon for Detroit, where ho will nr
rango a business venture with Charity
Uennett before going on to Joint tUo llos
tonB A special train Is booked to leivo San
l'ranclsco about .Match 10 for Memphis.
It will oarr a lot of horses that have
been racing at Hay District, including
some of CorilK.m's
The Atkansis State Sportsmen's Associa
tion proposes to hold its annual meeting nt
Hot Springs on April K 9 and 10. This will
be the llfib annual competition under the
auspices of the association.
A cablegram from .Monte Carlo sals that
1'roderlek lloey, tho Altieilcau trap-shooter,
has nirangtd two pigeon shooting
matches with a Kreneli count, who Is B.1I1I
to be the best wing shot In 1 'ranee.
Piauk M.igglolll had a nairow escape
from death nt Cincinnati a few nights ngo
The gas In his room went out while ho was
asleep and nearlv asphyxiated him lie
was unconscious lor over time hours
About this dale racing men who merit
the title of "tally birds" begin to consider
the wisdom of commencing sinh n course
of ph)icil mortification as shall seo them
when the stutter's bell tings In falily j,oo'l
Trod Mortis says ho will go to Eng
land without iall. Morris has a new back
er, who places tmpllilt faith In his nblllty
to cop.i with anybody nt 150 pounds. Mor
ris Is not nveree to getting 11 trial at Mick
Dunn, of Austiallu.
A novel ellect was piodtieeil at 11 ran
meeting In I'arls b tho rldiiH of n triplet
Tho llrst man wns garbed cutltely In blue,
tho setond In whltu anil the thlul In red.
thus forming a kind of living national
llag, .1 sou of lycllng "Stars" and Stripes,
us It were.
Tho Chtrtcr Oak l'.trk Dilvlng Associa
tion of Ilaitfnul must certainly expect
some favoiable legislation on the vexed
pool selling quistlon, fot desplto their loss
of t0.i on last j ear's meetl tg, they have
announcid a gtatid eltcult llxturo for Sep
It has bi ii.li.ldeil to build a largo sport
housu at Ii una, at a 'eost of eOO.OiiO llorlns
(about, jeoo.u.i). Tint til ice has already
been chosen for It; It v, 111 tontaln .1 lako for
unglers. a skating rink, a ruco track for
cyclists. 11 play room, a, concert room,
meeting tomus hotels, etc
JIUs Amu inkle, the well known pro
fessional in nksvvoinaii. who ii now In Eii'
plain!, will n turn to America In Jlurch to
Join the Wild West show for next season.
Miss Oaklej has met with success in her
new pla "Miss Itora." In which sha has
been pUlng In England for some time
Manager KthnieU has gotten up a new
code of sienna for Hie Senators, which Is
so elaborate that It will tuke live weeks of
constant practice for tho Senators to ac
quire. Uus i also said to be experimenting
with an euctrlc signaling; apparatus, 0
that he ran press the button from the
bench nnd dispense with n captain. hot,
Manager Davis, of the New Yorks, Ims
pone on record with a prrdlcllon as to tho
league result this jinr He put the teams
nt the llnlsh ns follows: New York, lto
ton, Cleveland, l'Mlmloljilll.t, II iltlinorp,
Chicago, llrooklyn, Pittsburg, Cincinnati,
St, IkiuIs, WnshltiKUn and Louisville Now
look out for a prolonged and v t at hf ill howl
from the other longii clubs.
Wlnllelil Heolt Cmip onee of Plltslmrg,
Is In delieatp bpnttli. Since the llrst of the
car ho has been d-dinlng steadily, until
now his easp has ntimpd a serious form.
Three years ngo Win Was considered one of
the coining pitchers lie was with the Chb
cngos, but falling lealth Interfered, with
lib! work, and lat seion he was compelled
to permiitPtitly nh intuit the prnfesslon.
In talking of his tilure tittglllsllc plans,
Malinger Tom O'Hoirke slid: "Dixon has
no matcln s on nt repnt, because there
nre no men to nipei hl.ti I have hpard
much of Prank Hrte and would like lo
ee him light. I heir that he Is clever.
Wnlcott has the b't chances for the
lightweight chninplolshlp, and he Is rendv
tp defend his title nt nil times. In May I
nut going 10 Hngl.mr with Dixon, Waleotl
and 'Joe' Ilutler, win whipped 'Jim' Daly.
1 nun iitttier can vnip j rntiK v.raig, me
Harvard will meet the telay team of the
rnlvprslty of PetiusMvniila In Cantbrldge
on May 3. ind endeator to temver her lost
laurels. So lit rd ay's defeat was the llrst
one the ll'irvard rcll.v li.im has ever suf
fered. An elTort Is lplng mnde lo arrange
a telay rice Willi (.olttnibln for the tint
vetsltv games, to be ,ield March 21. Penii
Kjlviinlt will meet tie Prlnceion team on
Apil' 11 on Hip 1'nhprslty pronttds. nnd
tills tare will ileclib the holder of the
cliMtnplonphlp ettp. ofered two vents ago,
ciieh unlvctsltv havltg won 11 game
Harvntd and Yule hive ngreed tint Pres.
dent Young, of the .u.tlon.11 I.eimup. siinii
appoint the umpire 'or tbtlr dual games.
The league umpires 1I1.1II po upon the Held
and nport to the cniitalns of the contest
ing teams Just befrre the games begin,
their Identity being tept private until Just
before plav Is called This plan gave ex
cellent satisfaction lest vear, and will prob.
ably be ndopted by the Yale und Princeton
managements at tlulr meeting to nrninge
dates, which will beheld shortly.
The following pH'crs will comprNc the
Minneapolis team ru the season of Isfi:
Wilson, Earle nnd Cbv ton.catchcrs, Healy,
Panning. Pat vln mid Hiker, pltehets, Wer
dn, llrst bisp; Wirru It, second. Htilen,
shortstop: Kuehne, .nltd bise, l'reetnnn,
E.illv and O'Nell, oitflelders Of the new
men, Ile.tlv, Kuchm and laillv are from
Hie Erie. Eastern l.Mgue, tenm of '93 and
'M liirie pi.iveu pin 01 last seaon wnn
Hrooklvn; Clavton l the youngstir Anson
tiled and leleascd to Milwaukee, but was
leletsed before the tenstin closed, Panning
pitched for New Orleins and Phlladellihla
last season: Preenun led the New England
League In batting vlth nn avenge nf .3.10.
and besides holds th batting record ror one
FIXING UP THNEW PARTY.
Central Wenvpr Is sild to Itp thp Prime
stover A I r.ni sIHrr I'llltfnrtll.
Washington, I'eb 25 It Is understood
lint the advocates of the free coinage of
silver from dlfferert parts of the country,
who have been In spion In Washington
for the past severil days under tho aus
pices of the Ill-Mel illle League, have prog
iescd so far with their labots as to feel
fairly confident Hut they will be nblo to
organl7o a now pirt which will command
the suppoit ot tin silver men throughout
the country.A pla form has been agreed
upon which plants the whole pirty on the
plank of fiee sllvir eliminating all other
demands of the Piptillsi pi itfortn of 1812
It Is impossible, however, to obtain partic
ulars, as all those In attendance upon the
conference are pi. ''ged to absolute sc
eiesv. It Is understood tint Cenernl Weaver Is
the pilnclpil movr in this ofTort to secure
tin union of the silver forces nail the dis
solution of thu old turtles, and It Is stated
that no has the eo-opentlon of Oeneril
A J Warner and the sj mpathy of Iteptc
GOSPEL OF BETTER FARMING.
l'risldent i-ttiknev, of ttie Cblcngo Cri.it
t , st, ru, J'u-lilng a Novel Sthenic
Int. 1 Prominence.
Npw Hampton la , Keb. 25. President
Stbkney, of the Chicago Oreat Western
rillroad, has Inaugurated a series of meet
ings along the line of his road for the
purpose of advocating a more scientific
nnd thorough method of farming. He will
hold one ot two meetings In all of the
Important towns along the line, w tilth will
be ndilrfe.se 1 bv himself and others who
have had prm Ileal experience In spe. Inl
crops, such .is potatoes A meeting was
held hPte 10-lav and addrpssed by Mr S
II. Hull, of Minneapolis Ho claims that
nearlv one hundred million bushels of po
tatoes an imported every jcar and that
by n rot itlon of crops and the cultivation
of potato s to greater extent this dp.
ilclency 1 an be undo up along the line of
the (lre.it Western road Mr. Stlekney
saj.s ho rails It his gospel of bpttPr farm
ing of smaller fauns ami that It will be
preached from one end of the road to the
other. Thev ate traveling In their spei I il
car and making stops In all of the towns,
addicting the faimct.s upon tho subject
WOMAN SCARED TO DEATH.
A V. it P. enllir Ae. blent to 1s Ada
Maiight.r ill Cl-t .ihvlllc, Tl nil.
Nashville, Teiin , Peb 2" This afternoon
a most feai.ul accident nei m red lu East
Nashville usultlng In the almost Instant
death of Ms Ada Slaughter, n. teacher at
Ward's IVm.ile seminal v in this city Miss
SHughter, Miss Hopkins, also a teacher lu
tho siiniii si hool, and Miss, 'p,ui Whlto
and Janey Hall, y, pupils, weto iltlvtilL in
u nne-hoise i.iirlage. One ot the shafts
broke, and In foio thn hnise could bo
stnpp. d tlie v.hlilo had veered round nnd
tinned over Tho shock and flight to Miss
81 iiighter was so great that It caused the
bteaklug of a blooel vessel, nnd sho tiled
In Ilftcen minutes from hemorrhage. She
was uncoiiM lous from the accident to her
deith. The othei occupants of tho ehlclo
weio but slightly Injur oI. Thn horse was
not running awav. ami the accident was
a most pisHiliar ono.
Miss Slaughter was a talented teacher,
and her sudden and tiagic death has
caused wldcspiead iipiet. Her homo was
III llicllester, Tellll.
Only derision Is excited by the claims of
a New x.ork Halting Powder Compiny to
a world's fair award. Nobody got tin
award "over" It because It did not com
pete. Hut Di Prlte'.s received the highest
award for purity, btrength nnd wholesome
ntps, NO .SMALLPOX IN Si:i)I.L,
'I hit City Claims to Have 11 CI, an Illll nt
Sedalln, Mo , Peb 23. (Special.) Thi re.
port printed In 11 Jefferson City paper to
the effect that emnllpox Is rtqlng In Se
dalla does this city great Injury, Last
week a colotcd tramp from St. 1 011U stop,
ped nt a house In Llncolnvlllu nnd was
taken sick with smallpox. On tin day 110
became sick lie and tho Innvv.es 01 the
house, three In number, weie taken to
the pest house on the pjOr farm. Tho
building In wIiIlIi they lod.d wns burned
and the district for a block was promptly
quarantined. There Is not a caso of small
pox In tho city and rfedalla Is -.s healthy
to-day ns any town In thu United S'iiMs.
A lloniii for Ne 11 ttor Ollbird.
Port Scott, Kns., Pib. 23 (SpoMjI.) Tho
Hourbon county bar met last ovjiPiu aid
passed resolutions Indorsing .Senator W P
Dlllard, of this city for appointment as tho
Dcmocratlo membir of the amwll ita court.
A petition 1dBne.1l by evety lavvjer In tho
cll, by tho entire city council and by
every county olllclal accompanied tho res.
oliilious, which will be piesent I to Oov
ernor Mortlll by u committee enmposfd of
Hon J 1). MeCIeverty. Hon. W. t Perry,
Hon. J. II. ltleh.irdB, Hon. W. 1!. Hldule,
Hon J. S. West, John H. Cr.il.'i, L, (J,
lloyle and nthtr ptomlneiit men of this
part ot the state,
I Iglitlng lllttluger's Illll,
Jefferson City, 5lo., I'eb. 23. (Special.)
T. P Itjiin. member of tho boaul of polleu
eomnilssloneis of St. Joseph, was In tho
house to-day, lighting Jlajor lllttluger's
bill to muke tho muvor of Kt. Joseph ex.
oilklii member of tho police board.
A BOOK FOR
Entitled "Woman's Ileauty. Peril. Duty," con.
Ulultig 31 pag of lmKjruui luf ormatlon wbleh
evry woman, married or single, should know
about herself, will be sent to any address CD EC
Lirilla E. i'lakbara MtL Co, Lynn, Masi TllCC
VANT A TOLL BRIDGE NOW
OM.M.Itl (IPTIIl: VM.XXI.lt l'ltOI'i;it1II.H
APPHAL I Oil t,t.(llM IIHS.
Hitvlln; Indlired Coitpres to ltepeill tbn
tree Itolduit ( I lltsp, Ihp.v im
Ask the stall. In (live
I lirm Toll Itlchls.
Attorne Thomas It Mortovv, who In
the lepnl leprpspntittlve of Theodore C,
It.ttp.s, nt Itoston, nntl the other sue
crsisots of the old Winner Itrldgo Com
puny. Is In .leffetsoit Cllj lobbying for
the law icgtilnllng the cunslriicUon nnil
ntilnlcnnnce of luldges neross rivers In
Mlssoiitl In sttclt n vvny Hint bridge cor
porations, or other corporations connect
tit thctewlth, tuny liilllil and opernte toll
brlilpts across the Mli-sotirl or other
streams In the slate. Of cotitso It Is
tuoliosed that the tittvlgntlon of the Mis-
sum I nnd other 1 Ivors, which Is appal
ently 11 thing nf the past, slnill 11 it be
In order to Induce the members of the
leglslnttiio 10 mltipt the desired amend
ment Mr. Morrow has been telling them
that Just ns soon ns authority Is given
by the legislature to the men who own
the hiitlKo plets In the tlver between
this city und Hiirlfin und lite lights of
vv.ty for the bridge und 11 r.illtoiiil that
hits existed for 11 number ot :nts on
pittier, in e'oiisltuct and operute n toll
road, work upon the luldge will begin
and It will be Mulshed within six
Muny people In Kunsns City nnil Clay
county will rcmembct Mr. Hates' visits
to this city, which begnn nbotit two
enr.s ngo nnil ended ntter congress wns
Induced to stilke the fiee btldge clause
fiom the bridge charter. Mr Hates wn
accompanied on two ot his visits to
Wiishlligtou by a number of well known
Kniisns Cltyuns, While In this city he
nltctulctl 11 meeting ot the city council
nnd went lo another meeting In Clay
count. These meetings were held fot
the purpose of piotesiiiig ngnlnsl the
elimination of the free bridge clause
While the piotest of the city council
was inthet wenk, the sturdy eoinuniy
of Clnv county protested vlgmeuisly.
They ilecl.iteil thnt Intel It not been for
tho leprescntiitlon made to them that n
free wagon nnd foot pnsuengoi bridge
would bo forever maintained the tight
of way for the npptoach to the bridge In
Clnv county nnd for the proposed tail
toad would not have been grunted.
The nttorne.vs for Hates and the other
successors of Mr. Winner and his asso
ciates, in nnsvver to the protests, ile
cl.ueil that the men who hud bought the
bridge mid railway bonds nnd equities
would build 11 railway bridge nnd noth
ing else They also declared thitt n
cuieftil examination of the plots ot the
bridge had show 11 them that they would
tint sustain a free wagon nnil pedestrian
roadway In conni'Ctlon with the railway
tracks they proposed to put upon tho
supeistructuie. The same statement
was made to the meinbets of both houses
of innptess, nnd It Induced them to lake
the fteo bridge clntiso out of tho com
Among those who were for n time
active 111 opposition to the pioposeel
elimination of the free roadway clause
wis Congressman John C. Tnrsney. Hut
he suddenly beciuue convinced thnt the
fiee clause ought to be tnken out of the
charter nnd voted for ltn elimination.
Ills change of attitude toward the fiee
clause cost hltn many lawful votes In
Sensible folk laugh at the claims of a
New York linking Powder Company to a
world's fair awaid They know It failed
to exhibit or compete 'Hie highest award
went to Dr. Prlci-'a for piiilty, strength
NEW ORLEANS MARDI GRAS.
King llev Paters tin- ( lt In Ills fsu.it
Matc-siaiiilln ill. in Mi timing
New Oilcans, L'l , Keb. 23 The royal
jacht Oalieston, High Admiral Cl.uk
commanding, bearing Ills Majesty Hex,
king of the cat nival, and suite tonvoyed
by the royal llotllln, under the command
of Ills Grace D. It Wood, Duke of Alle
gheny his majpst'.s admiral ot the poit,
arrived this afternoon and were greeted
with the booming of cannon, blowing of
sieam whistles, waving of Hags and the
shouts of the multitude
Ills niajestj was escorted to carnival
place bv a grand procession. Including the
King's lmperlil boilvgunul, the Cleveland
Crass, Norfolk artllleiy and Lnsket light
gu.uds, of (lilveston Thousands of spei -talors
lined the loute of tho procession
The weathir was tlear and warm; mer
e nt y at noon, 70
To-night the Ktowe of Proteus presented
In eighteen luagnllb cut tableaux the le
gends of At-gnrd and the gods, tho myths
The pageant was headed by the triumph
al tar bearing Proteus, the king ot the
No. 2 "(ioddess of History."
No S "The (Slant Smith."
No. 4 "Hilling and the Itlack Dwarfs."
No. 3 "Olatler, the Oolden drove"
No o "Miispellieim, the Home of llrlght
No. 7 "Th Light Elf
No. S "The Penrls Wolf."
No !i-"The Wild Hunt."
No. 10 "Lokl In Chains."
No 11 "Wood Sprites."
No 12 "I'ountalii of Urd, the Nourse."
No 11 "H.iMui, the ltrlglit."
No 11 "The Pnilerwoilil."
No IS "The Last initio."
Nn, n; "The Draught of Inspiration."
No. 17 "Night and Dn."
No is "Fre) 11, tho Heaven Queen."
No 19 "Aeglr, the Oci.111 Hod "
Aftet the mreet parade Proteus and his
ktowe entertained thill guests at tho
Prcnch 0iera house by tableaux and ball,
the king selecting Miss loulse Wilt, the
beautiful and ae'compllshcd daughter of
the lite ex-liovernor Wilt, as queen.
Managed Her Own Cusp lu Cmirt,
Atchison, Knir , Peb. 23. (Special ) Sarah
Wilklns, 11 wealth Atchison tounty widow,
who once attr.nted vv Idt spi cad attention by
appearing before the Kansas siipicmo
court and arguing a case In which she was
Interested, Is trlng u case In the district
court of Atchison county to-duj. John C.
Tomllnson, an attorne, Is suing her for
a SAM feo. Her case was deserted In tho
court room this morning by W. D. (lllbert.
bet attorney In recent law suits. This did
not gieatly Inconvenience her, and she ton
tinned the work of examining wltmssea
bet self. She had had much e.xperleneo in
couit and Is conducting the case llko an
A Verillil In I'avnr nf (I'sliei.
St. Louis, Mo I'eb. 2",. The Jury In the
ease of tho W It. Milliard Commission
Compiii), of Chicago, against Joseph M,
O'Shen, statu grain Inspector of Missouri,
to-day returned a vet diet In lav or of
Tho Chicago hoina sued for $.03i), alleged
to huvo been advanced tho Itlchland (liuln
Cninpaiiy, of Kansas City, 011 11 shipment
of wheat, and which was not delivered
The money was paid on the btrength of
certlllcatts ot Inspection which uccotn
pa 11 1 oil the bill of lading, 'ihe defense was
that tho cerllilcates weio foro'crlis.
Kiiiims Haul. Ordered Closed,
Topcku, Kan., Peb, 23. (Special.) Tho
IlltlEI'' ITEMS IIY WIIIE,
Tiiioma, Wash, Teh. 23. fwo eatth
quakn shocks vvete felt hero about '.',3il
o'clock this moinlns. No damma vva
Washington, Peb. 21, To-dii' statement
of the condition of the tteasury Is as fa),
lows; Avullablc eash balance, $173,iJ,
7M, gold reserve. 73,'.'7.f,&.,.l,
Washington, Peb, 23 The scc.-o.nry c(
the Interior to-day Issued a re'iu.blll.n on
the treasury for 10,850,uui) for thi qu trterlv
pa ment of pensions at vurloiu ugencies.
Holse, Id., Feb. 23. The voto for 1'nltcd
Stalls senator, with one pair absent un
paired, wus; Shoup, 13; tivveet, IS: Clap,
gett, H. Tho situation bus changed In lu.
vor of Sweet, There Is stiong talk of his
having succeeded In making a deal with
statu bank commissioner hus ntdeied the
closing nf tho C. II, Sawier bank ut Scott
vllle, Mltehell county. At a 1 event report
of tho bank It bad but Sfi2 111 Its vaults,
and tho bank enmmlsslnuer did not regatd
this ns satlstuotory lu nn Institution which
was capiiaiueu ut n,w.
TOLSTOI WR0TETHE LEITER,
Thp (treat Itusalsn Nnvellst .said tit Have
tt rlttin thp Itreint .Millilfi-lo
Mnriiliic the t nr.
Herlin, I'eb 23 A telegram from St
Petersburg rriflvrd here rays I' is r 'cri
ed Dure that Count Tolslol. the hoteil
ltusl.ln novelist mil sot Inl trfotmrr, H
the author of the liberal manifesto tee ent
ly lsued against ihe cr.ir's decimation
thai he Would uphold auto t tc) as ard
ently as his father.
Private dispatches received in llerliri on
Jinimry ?.' gave an outline of a p -n
made by the csr In tcpl to the ad
dresses of delegations representing ,1m
nobility of the principal titles and mitiv
provincial assemblies who 1 ailed upon Ms
majesty In ordet to 1 onarntitlate him upon
his marriage. The rir .Hrt he hit
learned that In some nf thp provincial as
semblies volres had been raised proposing
that these bodies should hive a shire in
the settlement of affairs of state and -pressing
other "absurd Ideas" Ills urij
est milled that he wished cver.vj.lv 'c
understand that while he devoted all his
powers to Ids dear country h? w .s ns
ardentlv 1 eroded as was his d ar father
to upholel Ihe aitlocrac.v of the czar 'I his
remark attracted widespread aPetillon
throughout Itusslit nnd Inelden illy
throughout the world To the mnjoru) if
people the czar's utterance wns a siiiptlsi
as he hid been eredlted with ivfesiim
liberal Ideas which mlkht In linn , it wss
Imped, Induce him to Inaugutaie telorms
In the got eminent of HUssia. Hut bis
declaration of his Intention to tipholn the
nutoiiney of the ctt seemed n lilt nn
end to all such hopes una on IVbnmrv 11
the Dallj Chronicle of London pi hue 1 a
manifesto Isstii'd bv the People's ItUhts
party of ltula in the rorm of a let t r lo
the c?ar, which was then being clrcu' tied
throughout the llttssimi empire.
After ceiisutlnp the car foi his asser
tion ot absolutism, the letter said
"The most advanced remstvos asked only
for the harmony of the Czar and people,
free speech and the ttpretuicy of law over
the arbitrariness of tho executive You
were deceived und filghtentd bv
the lepresentatlnns of courtiers and
bureaucrats, Society will understand
pcrfectl thnt It was the bureau
crats which Jealously gunids Its own
omnipotence, that spoke through ou. The
bureaucrats, beginning with the council
of ministers and ending with the lowest
count! constables, bites any development,
social or Individual, and netlve.y prevents
the monarch's free Intercom so with the
tepresentntlvis of his people, except ns
they come In gall dress, presenting con
grutul.itlotis, Icons and offerings,
"Vour speech proves that an attempt
to speak nut before the throne, even In the
most losnl form, nbout the prime needs of
the country, meets only a lebuff Society
expected from you encoutagement and help
but was only reminded of vour utter
POlence, giving the Impression ot inter
estrangement of car from people You,
yourself, have killed our own popul.ulty
and have alienated all that p irt ot society
which Is peacefully struggling forward
Some Individuals nre jubilant over Oiir
speech, but oil will soon discover their
Impotence. In nnother section of society
our speech caused 11 feeling ot Injury and
depression, which, howevet, the best soclil
foi ces soon will overcome, beforo pi acced
ing to the peaceful but obstln tto nnd delib
erate struggle necfeRtiy to liberty In an
other section .vour words will stimulate the
readiness to struggle against the present
hatful state of ihlnps vvltn any means.
You weie the llrst to begin. tho struggle;
ere long It will proceed."
THE WOMENJALK A HEAP.
National Convention Discusses Politics, In-
dustrj, Tniiiiiiany, Equal Piiv for
I'qiuit Work and Otln r sublet tx.
Washington, Peli. 23. The second week
of the triennial session of the National
Council ot Women opened to-day with a
prolonged discussion on the topic ot eqtnl
pay for equal woik. The discussion was
led by Mls Hairiet Shlnn, of Illinois, a
delegate ot the National Association of
Women Stenographers. She contended th it
vvonnn should receive compensation lor
their labors on the same basis as men
Miss Maiy Desha, of this cits, and n
member ot the committee on equal pav
for equal work, uigtieil on this lino and
discussed the proposition that public put
llv Is insed on lnillvlilu.il molality
A plea for the creation of a secretary
for foielgn women In the council was
made bv Mine. Josephine Ilitmpil '.cmn,
of Chicago, vice president ot Hohemla lu
the Internttlon il council nf women, who
extended the gieellngs of her society.
Prances W. Harper, of Pentisj Iv.inla, a
colored woman, characterized tho present
sentiment ns to the true position of col
oied women ns unjust and claimed the
iv enues ot usefulness open to them are too
Miss Virginia Chandler Tltcombe. or Now
York clt, dlsi tised the power of money
and said without It women ate dependent
nnd helpless and can never rise to their
true position in the world
Women wero urged to keep Individual
bank accounts and lo do evcrv thing to
widen their sphete ot usefulness In tho
open dlstusslon that followed Susan It.
Anthonv took the piound that women can
not expect equal piv foi equal vvotk until
they have ptiiml lights bcfoie the law and
have tho ballot. 'Ihe dny's session closed
with the contention of Miss Miller, of Chi
cago, that women have equal ability with
men, and th it women, In order to sectue
equal pay, should act moro Instead of an
nouncing what thev Intend to do
The evening session was dovoted to "In
dustr" under eontiol of the National As
sociation of Women Stenographers and
"Politics" under control of the Women's
Republican Association of tho I'lilled
Netta fi McLaughlin presided during the
(list pait and -Mrs. J. Hllen Poster during
the latter jiart.
Mrs J Ellen Poster, on taking the chair,
discussed "How tho moial element can
best he supplied In politics" She w,.s
followed by Helen Varick Hoswcll. of New
Vork, who spoke of the crtoit-s of women
ngalnst the Tammany tiger.
Sho declined that the question of "Tho
Lady or the Tiger" had been overwhelm
ingly settled by the New Yotk public In
favor of the lady. , ,
Hl-metalllswi was the Inst topic consid
ered. Miss Emily Sheldon discussing It
front n fiee sliver and Mrs A. Hurku
from a gold standard standpoint
Highest government authority pro
nounces Dr. Ptlco's by far the best of tho
Men Iiiiprl-om it in 11 Mi.irt.
London, Peb 20 Tho Dally Xovvs
sns that great anxiety pi avails at
Nonwintoii, owing to .1 peculiar acci
dent that has huppem-il ut the Wltlt
vmiihI, Unlglimooi, colliery, l'lve hun
dred mlnem have been Imptlsoneil lu
tho pit by n collision nf cages In which
tho men ascend und descend. The shaft
was so badly damaged that It Is Im
possible to uso cngts. A carpenter
named Noilinfn, while rep.iltlug tho
shaft, slipped and fell to the bottom Ho
was undoubtedly killed, flre.it crowds
weio waiting mourn! tho pit head ut
mldnU'lit for news ot tho impi tunned
miners. Al that hour the mine olllcl.ils
decided to attempt lo lesctio tho men by
u.i of another tiliafl.
'till. London "Huui." nil Pred Douglas f
London, I'eb. 23 Tho Times, lu 11 leinn r
on the death of Frederick Douglass, sas:
"While many Englishmen ate unprepared
to Join without quallllcatlon In tho enthusl
astlo admiration for .Mr. Douglass pro.
fessed In ceitaln political circles In Amer
ica, It must be generally ndmltted that Mr
Douglass was 11 rematkable man. He lived
thtoupli a strange career. When emancipa
tion was accomplished, and tho glow of
righteous passion which nut Hied and en
nobled our sordid sde of American politics
In those great davs had passed away, hlB
achievements as show orator and campaign
Held hand move Ui vcly much,"
llurgl.irs ut lloldtii CU),
Oolden City, Mo., 1'eb. 25. (Special.)
Several residences In this tlty vvete vis
ited by liutKlurs Inst night. They wero
frightened away from tho tesldeneo of
P. S, I'uttlsott mid W, H. IViiibeiinii,
but succeeded lu nibbing; O. E. Carver
of a fine gold watch, a suit of clothing
und tho proceeds of tho -M. E, church
collection, Jl CO, and In getting 11 small
amount of chango nt tho tesldeneo of
John Ilarlon. No clue.
Amelia ,Se luiiiit ling I'oinii IIiiiiii-,
Atchison, I'eb. 23 (Special ) Amelia
Sehm iclltig, who ilisappeaied very nils,
terlously three ears ago, returned to Atch
ison csterduy Sho was mourned as dead
by her relatives and all circumstances
seemed to Indicate thut she hud been foully
dealt with. Her disappearance Is charged
to 111 health.
Wichita Has fiiiiilliliile,
Wichita. Kas.. I'eb. 23.-(Speclal.) Judgo
T. II. Wall, of this city, to-night on
nouneed himself a candidate for u seat on
the bench of the new appella a couit, A
petition numerousL signed by tin m-rr.-bers
of the local bar urging nlui to be
come an aspirant prompted the announce-punt.
THE HEART. N h
A prominent medical practitioner re
cently Slid that during the last filtecNt
v.ars lie lilt noted nn less than fteventv-
three casts of eleaths ot elderly versonM'
rcnilllni; irom running .alter street ctirs.;,
No elderly person should ever runestn'
CTCtcle with unusual violence Tb'1,g. '
doing so tike their lives In llictr hafjj,',"
since no one can tell Ihc exact conillj, Be
of the walls of the heart. When ,
fifty years of ac,e the cardiac struclurSj''
liable to give way any hour liy reasodL
unutual exertion. I he trouble U m
the vvalU of the heart become ftlaWt
I -..!.! j-. .- ...t .. I.t. 'W
nun suujcti 10 lupiuie wnn nc, r
cattllagcnoiH structure especially appnj,
male ossification, and even the Put?
..... .. 1 n .11 I f.1.... ,. M..J.1, ... X'
Iiiu.t-HIAI e.iii.ia. null; iu.es uiut-ii .1. .,vJ
elasticity as old ace creeps on. Cardind
the extract of the heart of the ox, retards?
tills, decav of the tissues nf the human
lieart, and strengthens nml makes clastic
again the walls of this vital organ. It
has never failed (o strengthen a weak
heart, to correct Irregular action and
functional derangement caused by exces
sive use of tobacco, dyspepsia, nervous
tirortratlon and general debility. An
impoverished condition of the blood is
cured, and dropsy, as well as Dright's
disease of the Udnevs, is alleviated by
this organic extract,
Carcllne Is the sterllUcd extract of the
heart of the ox, and one of the famous
Prepared under the formula of
I3K. WW, A.. HAMMOND.
It contains the substance, both nervous
nnd muscular, required by the HUMAN
heart for its nutrition and normal action.
It exerts its influence within a few min
utes after administration.
Its use strengthens the pulse and lessens
its frequency in those case3 in which the
heart's action is feeble and frequent,
causes the disappearance of intermissions
and other Irregularities in the strength
and force of the heart-beat, and materi
ally increases the blood pressure so that
it acts upon the kidneys ns a diuretic.
Dose, 5 drops. I'rlC', (2 Jr.) now One Dollar,
ron saix rjv all orucsists.
COLUMBIA CHEMICAL CO., Waililngton, D. C.
Send for Hook. Ill
i-'i.DHIt.MA.VN A! 1IALLAII, Agents for
$4350 Fine CAiFSKiNfiinnti
H.1- Lu . LU' 1
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MKW S END rCR CATALOGUE
Over One Million People wctr the
W. L. Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes
All our 5hoc3 are equally satisfactory
They slvo the best vslcio for tho money.
Thev equal custom chose In style and fit.
1 h:lr wearing qualities ro unsurpassed.
The prices are uniform, ntamped on sole.
From $t to $3 saved over other mokes.
If jour dealer cannot supply you weeaa. Solaby
". A. AHKNIIS, 413 Mlnncsntn Ave.
JIOI.Iir.N' IliVnt.i:, .. W. ror. lltli nudSralm
15. T. 3IO T-. ,14(1 liuln sr.
f. M. IIA1IX. tns.a r.ruid Ave.
ItlllKt'U Illt(.. t:t.t (Imnil Ave.
ritlin riti:TX.(tniM. .nrliiKllebl Ave.
iiiiNitv r.vt.K, ions vvrst ntb st.
Boarding h Livary Stable,
FOURTEENTH and PENN STS.
Onlj 1 Ire I'reiof 'table In the Clly. Itedltted
Tlirinif;boiit. Uve'rjttiliit; ITrt-CIass.
(lur (Jnrrliiires 1110 lliMited
If you v ant prompt service,
H. W. ARCHER, Prop.
thn jipoKtlo of llroprt lEfform nnrf
Wlltftt MipillIMIM i iml It .it tlH mull
KihhI Im all hi irost lu'iirtll) In
In Itrr rrtcnt liM'turo luio
m rr 1 1 fouil. "AiTliiini hit.'
Ak j imp . r fitr it.
Indian Rice Milling Co.,
WHEN ALU OTHCrta FAIL.
Tho Br. Unrvcy
xUiman Hand Truss.
! raa?- just like usira vour finger3
lt YOU KNOW HO ,V THAI ISI
Tor Pcscrttlvo Clrculam Address
K. i. rE.vitiosr co., solbMav
Ittatto liullilhur, KAKSAS CITV, MO. '
Your Wife Supplies
nt Inline, but ror the n eilTlJ'l
iiiiiiu mil -L5 rfc
SILVER TOWEL & K, C, TOWEL CO,
If tn mit l!n Im ot htrlit'.
BMKlUMVMt)Utur Utfnio Itrhlnc n
llDKlnvt iautiUiilj;litl n-utkobMrBtcliTDa. Ir
nlluwitlta conilauc luur foriu smtl proirudf,
ItlrCsllnfft ibaurbfttbetumi.r'. lH4 tJruuutiorkr
III.- vlurtKuK.' tu Ho 1'iiri-i Iiii il.
'fopeka. Kas., I'eb, S3 (ripechil), II. S
Jlmliie, the well Known llodijeman county
ranch man, maniiKcd to borrow $'o,cmu upor
his 8,iii ac'iu ranch trom beverul bauku and
moiliruBa eoinpaulc'H. Tho money lender!
havo been In teveral eourtu of the state
beeUmr foieclosute, the muln Issue being
the ptloilty of tho luortKiiKcs, ui the prop,
eity had vuatly diminished In value. To.
du, iu the Hhavwieo county circuit court,
u judument wan rendered in favot of th
MortKano Trust Company of Pennsylvania
tor fwi.otiO asulnst .Mudse, with nn order o(
torecloiure upon tho ranch. Amons th
l.nllllllinlS lllrhlln? I,. Hldna .l.nl ,1,1-..
5 S !?
I Tk Eci ss' Last a n w Is Vi
(jTj t Kn ' w -f--'1" '.y.
ahead of tho iuortsa0-o trust company weri li
i.it, d... vi-v uiitvini c-uiupaiiy, or tvansafl
City, und the IlJvvatda county bank.
I 'nlli i) IVntluii Illll,
Jefferson City, -Mo , Keb. IS. (Special.)
raptaln J. 8. llianbam, L'untalu T. K Kla
hive, SerKeant Uruy utid Olliccr Jl. J, Ken.
nedy, of the. Kuiibati t'ltj polleo force, are
hero pushhur Hie polleu pension bill, which
I.jniun introduced in (ho senate. They
hope to have thu bill In tho house Wedue