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TITF, KAXSAR CITY JOUKNAL, SATURDAY, MAROIl 2, 8H5.
nntt.riMiit Mnttim.i, i:.mt uu-.Mi.ioiiiiii:.!'i-i:i,i..iiif,iMii.'
T. L GARVER IS ONE 0F THEM,
m. .. .IHHN-.HN ami i:. c.uiii: mi
iiiii.h iii:fi iii.h-K,.
A. ). .llll..,Ml .N,,, , til,. J)clmil ,,,
t'K'llto .. Millie ,ul srl(,llllr ,.
iil'im for Hi,. I'ii,iil..trpf
-liiUlin ,if . At,,,,
I Top. k i v,, st.ii.li 1-WSrMil liint
, -.far. t'H .V-.UO a.Uomn.hl'CcJ
( t in t, "llonlnR h,ire,l icsjudges f
th npiull.it !'.',""' ..
0 ,r, w M u-ojij. of (roptkn, for
th. T.jvtrin Oftv.lfli1 "'Attic .Vtorthern de
T. I,. (Liner (ltep)'of ,$allnn. for the
Ctiti.ii llvlion ot the Y.titthern depart
mint A I) G.ll.eeoti (Hem ), of Hays City, for
til. Yl.-t.rn division of the Northern de
li, rttn. nt.
Johnson (ItepV of Gnrnett, for
llic K.i t.rn division of the Southern de
li irtm n
A. Denhlson (Pop ), of T3I Dor.wlo,
(..I' tu ( ntrnl division ol the .Southern
I.ir k (' Cold fllep., of Gleat llend, for
tt Wi-tTii division or the Seuithein de
ui In I It
0 i dirk hus lowr been n resi
dent i K inu im residence befoii
i mini h I'upvk.i w.ii Kiio 'iuuit. Ilf
w n ipijiinttii assistant attorney gcneial
1 l ii I..1 h, nnd held the place
pioiuh it, - idiulnlstrntlon or General
Jill 1 1 III' ImB IllUHJR lllPll ItllOWII IIS
H I) muit.it until lam fjll, when he nc
r pi' I tin noiiilnitlnn Tor associate Jus
ti c i the Populist tl. kel.
1 I Girvei. or SiUnn, has long been
known i' one or the state's limit eminent
liwicn; 'J'nn ji,iH iiki) In- noi tin- Itc
imiili mi romln.e r.ir nttnine) gt ner.il and
Is tegarl 1 In Topcha as the strongest up
polntiniat upon the mint,
v D illlk-i-on has livi n a resident of
H.ivs l'It for tiiont)-eght ve-ats mid hus
V '! !) I.ra' "' '"W lawvcr diirlnir that time.
l.jBt rail In was an Independent iiindldatc
for bulge or tlir Tweiuv. third ludli-l.il
distr, t u-ilnst the icgulnr Democratic
n mint mil the Demoi-ats nf his dl
Jrir t he.iilMl bv Uepre-intatUp Si-hlvei, are
hcstil. nii-i IiIh ,iiiiolntiiunt lie was lu
ll r--e 1 be David tin imift.
Vt A. Jolinvon or O irnetl, ,-ittnc to
Jv.ins.j in 1S.JS II. eied In the nr
tevith KiiiiMs aalr iliirlni; the War
.'Ji."-1. ,l lnil)Pi or tilt; statp "Piiatp In
1..- mi I i i-. it priMileiitlat Pleet.ir In UTti
He is a 1, i Hub- lamer of Houthein Kan
J u'. lln miii and partner Ii a inmnhei or
the pirteiu hou-fo, fiom Andiion lotintv
hi mi lor IVnnium, or III Dorado.
rorim 1 a ltepiiblli in, hill .i- pleeted to
tho s nate In 1W as a I'optillst. Ho Is a
farmer in 1 stoikriiKri as well ns a litt-
'r He lu been a le.ul.-r In the pmsent
lllli k f Cole, or OiP.1t nend, pump to
Kan-as from Wispomln In WJ and his
lieen enmijeil In' the piarllee of l.iu s-luee
th ii He 11 a nu-mbei or I he present
liouso and one or it best spe.ikeis ami
mn-t popular members He is lmt r.S
ars of ,ibo and his spIpi tlon Is a r.ToB
nltlou or the nuiiK now. I lit- Has not
nn .ippll nnt foi the phu-e. but is up
tarn t bi ker of Senator Milton Hrown.
ro-d'ty Attoniex linnei ii I)aes dlsein
eied an tin. institutional . tion In the
bill nhiili tr.-atetl th" fourt and an
nmendator hill a at oiu e Intioilueed
In the -.enat. mid Iioiwp this afternoon,
pisni; botli Imilies and nolna to the
!'oerni)i ior ins -"iKiiature to-nUht
The st nun ip, lared uneoustltutlonal
toldrl ih.n the Kineinoi ihoultl appoint
j ik iruiu in.- piiiv i i-iiiiis me
'ne.it miniiier or votes. to from tho
u wm th" next blithest xotp and one
T1 tllS Tl.lltV Wllfl 111.. thlf.t kfolt...
6tc Th(5 di-barred nnv riliitlilntQ who
w 1J not i lleimbllp.m Dprnnpiiit nr lf...-
ull-t ivli 1. tl. constitution iiermits no
polltt il I, rltninatlon in seleetlnrf oill
ceri The lire, lull pmlflcs Unit no tnoie than
thiee of the JiiiIkpm Rh.ill be appointed
from one parts and that at least thn o
jtohti. al pai ties sh ill be represented upon
tin tourt U'hPthei the l-opiillsts in the
penal o rlookefl the fact or not, vet It
I tr.if i hat undpr the new bill (!oprnor
Morrill oi l.i past tin- I'opulut party i n
t rH b and make up the court of sl
jtnle- fiom the Il.-publli.in, Pemoerntle
I li hibiiiun pirtle It is probable
1 it Hi l'npulHts weie fully auure of
is an 1 tunttil to the fact that nil of
" ippuinins mint tip lonllrmed by the
tint.- to assure them a fair repreaenla-
n upon th- - ouit
iik. i:iimcr iti:i i iti:n.
l,llll1;f' uaril, tl a It., lor III, l.ti
-. r 'i i for $U3ni nas return-d In the
r in' .in of Johnson count-, at War
rersbue w-tfidaj In faor of .Martin
jUmitth (, unst the Alt ITpolltitn .Street
Ilai uaj i jiuiu.it Youns ItamitiR nas a
"Won hxiiim with Ills moihei at Twelfth
ni Hoi i iron street:-) M-veni' ear tiffo Ho
Jiimn. I . i i .Vini-teerth stuet tar and tlip
Yn I i in at him with a bloom, and
V i -tiuek him The bo fell in try.
Ins i i" ind hi lew was i-ip off under
,thc n i I of the c u HIh tnothei Hiird
frr ill ii, the Iio-b behalf The rase
. tnk-M i , lohnsou . uiiuty hj tip. plulnt
ift .i ' i v Holllu & l.lthsott, on a
ChJfi f nup,
nn; vi:. t iu:i:
The ifh i.il foit-.-abt for to-day la:
l'ti Mi . nl. 1'alr; alls-h;!; warmer. Cor
Kan- 1 an , w inner. The hluht-Ht tern
ii rjiuie j.sterduy wns. 3i leg. and the
Jowl i .i, , l-'illnwlqi, Is the ret ord of
la i 'i hi s uliju-i tatioim
Si a '") riar. Temp
(ulvition "ails 4J
' unn ill 29-M 3,
''hi avi , W.01
H' 1' ' 3aiQ 20
!-ri',n.n 3u.il a,
'"" H.i 30.?l 31
J0ils. i'i' 802ii SI
111 mr k L.l.ai !.,
J' " aa.is as
; h "in , ,-)n,-)i) ao
'''" 80.SJ 10
w in-1 , ,..:.!( ::
S '.nn' SOW 80
Kall-ia I'ilj ,,,,,, ....J,2J a
The houi-.-wlfe's nmhltlnn l. crowneil
h n ah- ussen Dr. I'lice's llnklns rowder,
J p F . r. . r, Salt Lake, 1 Rt the Contei.
K U.Nbj, ,st. IjjuIii, in nt the Coatnt.
Jl ( Nu, Chkatso. i at tlis Coates.
it (iruiib. i'hllaiHIphki, u at the
W I) Jluubdrd, llnrtford, at the
I. u B'-rn, (loton. In at the Coatei,
H i u.'i, iioin, III., Is nt tho Coatt-i.
tl i. l-i e, Detroit, Is at the Coates.
J A Young, Itoclietcr, lit at the Cones.
f'hfirl , Jtue HrUtol, Connectlimt, Is ot
J I. Mirny, perier.il lle stock agent for
the oltun lieu road, was at the stock
jafls y. skrtiay.
11 V(l h and f.ipil, af Water1, Die, JCaa.,
nio at ih. N. w A I tarn).
tl Jirown, of .Newton, Kas., was at the
Mew Albany eiterda.
W. It Noble, of Iowa rolnt, Ka., Is at
the New Albany.
J S HamueU and wife, of Topekd, Kas ,
tire at th'- .New Albany.
It It, AVrluht of .Mount Leonard, .Mo., U
at tho .New Alhan).
Gen'-ral JIanJKtr W. K Iilxby and Kec
rctary Cpntiell), of thu Jllour Car and
roundry Coiniians, at St. I.auls, wete In
the ilty )L-.teiduy iniestlt-atins the plant
ri entiy loi ati.il in Ariuourd.il.
,Mr CliarU-s lllood .Smith, one nf tha
ptomln-nt ttttoine)ii at Toiitka, was In
thi i-ty yesterday,
Mr, H. M Hill, of Mollne. Ill , u in thu
clt) II li irtcriteil In m.inufai-iuiiiiff at
that illy and h maMnt,' ai oilklai lst
to tM - it).
J M J meson, St. l.ouls Is at the Vic
(liorire II. llenton and wife. Hem .MoIiiph.
ar at ha Victoria.
K. m. Hurton, Knob Nosier, Mo., is at
thf Vt- tor a,
t.pirs" c, i'rench, St. l.ou, )S 8( ho
Vt t ra.
s Vander)ett, Kinsley, is at the
Vt tor a
1 1- Hill, Topeka, Is at the Victoria.
J . li'tey, Chicago, is at the Vie
W S. Wlshart, Chicago, Is at the Vic-torla.
A DrMOCRATIC MANIFESTO,
CnnjcrP'nii-it entl (tut a tloiitnu-ut mi the
"-lliir t)in linn mill Diilnrn
tor I rte ( nlii ikp.
shllmton, Mnlili 1 -The binioirntlc
l,i r tnanlfeflo who h has been the ihlef
top of talk tin that side of the house Tor
a ew iln), was made public to-thl). Itep-
i (leiitiilUe members from fifteen etRtes
mncd the ttcplaratlon to-day nt the In-
-lame of -Mr. llij-rtn, but the canine Is
jo far erj- Incomplete, Knd Hie list of sign
er will not be mads public until tt Ik com
plete. The paper follow n
'lo the Hemotriils of Hie t'nlted Hutes,
Up, the undersigned Deinorrats, present
for jour consideration the follow inn state
ment: Wo lielleM? that the eMithlhtnent of
Hold as the only monelm) standard, and
the ellinlnntlon of silvci as a full letinl
tender inonej will decrture the ptirclinsliiK
power of each ttullnr, add to the buiden of
all dtbte, decrenso the market uilite of
all other fonn nf jiroperi), conllnite and
itileti-lf) Ulisltiees ilepinsslon, and, llhnlly,
retime the innjorlt) ot the piople to Ilnan
clnl boll. htm-.
We belleie that no party eon hopo for
endurinir sue ess In the I tilted States so
long ns It nilMjinles n single Hold Mitndntd
and that tho adiotnc) of slit h it tlnunilnl
pollej would be detrlniPiitnl to rt party,
which, like the Demo, rntlc put), ilttlies
Its otlnif strength from those who may
withmtl rein out h he tailed the common
people; ami ne point lo the overwhelming
defeat of the parlv In IVll, lo the opikisI
tloti nroued by the leto of the nelgnlorago
lilll and to the still more unanimous pro-tt-sl
(iKninst the Issue of gold bonds as
pioof that the Demcorntle party ninnot be
in ought to the support of the pM stantV
We bellee that the tnone) iiuestion lll
be thf ji.it.imouut lsue In IMS, and will
so tetiuiin until II is settled by the intelli
gence and patriotism of the American ot
cr We believe that n large ninjorlty of the
Democrats of the I'lilted Slates favor lit
tnt'Iiilllin nnd leillze that It can only be
ppilred Ii) the ttsl.ir.illon of the flee and
unlimited coinage of sold and silvei nt the
pit-suit ratio, anil wp a--ert that tho m i
Jorlly has and "hould ei.-tt the right to
innirol the poltf) of the part) and retain
the pat l nanif ,
We belli e that it l the duty of the ma
Jorlli anil wllhln their power to take
t hnrce of tin- party organization nnd mnk
the Democratic pirty an elTPt-tlve Instru
iniiil In the nctoinplishtnelit of Heeded re
It I not iiei-e-.nr) that Demoernl should
suttender their conli lions or other uues
lions In older to take an actlie part In the
settlement of th-' tuiesilon. which, at this
Mm.. hiitniHips all ritllelH In ImiiortllllCP.
Wt belleie that tho rank and tile or the
paiti should at once assert thenis-elves 111
the Democratic piny and plate It tin ret
old In raior of the Immediate restoration
of the fiee and unlimited coinage ot nil
ei at the ptpi-piu IpriI lallon of tt to 1,
as Ml -Ii coinage elsted prior to 1S73. with
out writing far the aid or consent of any
other nation, stun gold nnd silver coin to
lp a full legal tender for all tlebts, public
and private , , .,
Wo nige all Dcnmi tnts who ravor the
tlniincl.il pnllcv above cot forth to associate
tlieni-c-lvev tnsether and Impress their
view-, upon the pint) organization e
iiigp all in vx-pipei" In harmony with Hie
aliove lin.inciiil pollt) to place It nt the
head of the edltoilal column anil assist in
the Immediate lestoratlon of bl-metalllsm
ST, II Will's 11 .
Cilt bralt il bv the Uilli It. -lili ills of
K in- ii till.
Tin Wel-h-Anierlcans of K.tnsns City
and Ilosedale celtbiated tho anniversary
day of theti nation .ilnt, SI David, in n
mo" t cnjo).ihc wa) last night. TIiu g.ith
eilug was at No TCi Southwest boulevard.
The committee of nn alignments was Will
lam Hitvard. of lln-.ed.ile, and J! Owens, of
the 15o).il lallois of tills ell) Isinc Dvans
ailed as chairman and made an excellent
one. II,- upemd the meeting with n bilef
speech, recounllng the patilotUni which
Welshmen ft el foi the Cnlted State" Jlaj
or Dvvls spoke ror n rt-w tnlnule- and
when he bail concluded a reecs of the
minute- was taken
Police Judge Jones, whose father was a
full blnodecl Welshman, delivered a vei v
witty speech In which he said that it Is
one of the regrets of his life that only one
half of him which half he does not know
is Wel-li His remarks were frequently In
tenuptpil b) laughter
The Welsh n .tlonnl air. "The March of
tho Men of Harlech," was sung by the au
dience and there weie sPlectluns bv the
Welsh tiiiartcttis of Kiin-as Cl'y and of
lto-cdale 1)1 J II Moses, of ltosf.Hle
made a brief speech (leorge T.loytl, or
1toedalP. sang and Miss Jtnnle Hiivaiil
and Miss Annie Moses rt cited On the con
clusion of the procramm.- a collation was
seivpil bj the- ladles-. Wcl-h tonus -were
sung nnd a so. lal time was had The room
wheie the .elPlnntlon was held was dc . -orated
with n l.irm- banner beaiinic upon
II the words "Celebration of St David's
da), v Drill i; goch a Ddyiu 0)chwyu,"
thp motto upon the Welsh i oat-of-arms.
The translation Is "The i'.-.l dingon (rave
the command " Tho h inner bore also a
picture of the three nntlonal emblems, the
leeks Peveial of Ihose In the audience held
leeks In honor of the occasion.
r; i is
I'ltkers My tin') " Nt Voileo Do-irc-cse
The fight or the Retail Hint hers' Asso
ciation of Ihc city ngiiinst Ihn Armour
Packing Company was put in rffpet )ester
d.i) morning, n cording to the regular
schedule of the butchers. OlTlt tals at Ar
moui's stated that the fight was productive
of no nppaient .fTtct nhatevpt The fiim
w-lll soon Increase the woiklng hours or
has issi:n i m: iidi'si:.
Illll Mlowing Kunsis City In Imihi Per-
The Mil allowing Kansas Cltv to Isue
bonds to pa Judgments ot courts passed
the house at Jefferson Pity ycwtriday, and
as It passed the senate several days ago,
it now goes to tho governor for his ap
ptovul. 11(11, 1. Vlt i!s oitDIN.VNCi:.
It Mint Into llrtci't Vcstirdi), but tho
I'riic. Mill Sot (.imii- llnwii.
The Tlernun ordinance, llxlng tho rale
for pis nt 1 per KM) cubic feet, went Into
effect yesterda) As has been Btatctl on
numerous occasions, tho company will re
sUt the operations of the ordinance
'lb.- Vlji),ir finis mi ii llonil.
,1 M. Pale, better know ns "Jerry" Tate,
who was u prominent liguic- in the elec
tion Hot on tin Southwest boulcwinl last
April, when Michael I'allahnn was killed,
i'ato himself buliiu sivucd) woiititlccl In
the face, was arrested last evening by two
olllccrs and taken to product No. 3 on tho
clmriiu of c in r)lng toncealtd weapons.
J Mil- claimed that ever since- the riot his
life has been tn danger ills place of bus
iness Is ,n No. svii Southwest boulevard
Major D.u!, who was attending the
Welsh celebration of St David's day at No
"HJ Southwest boulevard, about two blotljs
from the- station, was told of the uriest
ami Immediately went there with a fib ml.
He had I'utcc leleastd on 2100 bond, he
himself going the bond lie afterward
wrote- I'ate a permit to carry weapons,
on the latter's a.suru.g him ili.it his life
would be iinnaf.- without thim
North and South unite In unprovlnjr tha
splendid qualities of Dr. Price's Cream
llaklng Powder The usu of 11 Is national
and not sectional.
All Incur. mi, i .mt lriclud.
,1 I: Moilry local agent for the Omaha
Idle Insuiaine Coinpau), was arrcsicd c-b.
ttitlay and taken beforo Jii.tlip f.ne on
a charge of pastlnc. a t heck, all-gicl to be
wouhltBts. on It 11. DmU, n Ilclawar.)
stfLPt silaonkeeper Tho check wus for
51s 15 and w.tn nlgnt-d b J" T Heed )ai
ley gave) bond lu appit foi nrullnilnar)
littarlug heroic the Ji-tl e
)larley elalini hu tame In'o possession of
the c he-. K in the tonic .,f buaiuess ami
merely in.oii-i It uud had It ca.he.l. He
was much dlstics.eil over hiu uirest, W
1 IWclilel, piesldent of the Oinaha I.lfe
llisiiiaiito lomiuii). ot Omaha, has lu-vn
lu the cit) foi a few class past, looking In
to the local condition of the business of the
II irhn Mi al her.
Observer 0 Connor has totnpllri
Old of obierv itlons ior the iiioiith i,i Mai Ii
taken at this btallon for u pciiod uf -u
)ears. Sumo of the data ate t,aur,.-i
Match, that of lfcdl. with .in .iv.r... r.r ,.
",: .. . ,:At..... . cc... ; .:v. :..:.:. " "
lltg. cciiyfii caivci, coal CI JS'JI, VVIlll 111
aveiage of M lie? i hlyliot tin it.,r
during any March, S2 Cqj.. on the nth. ii,
lowest tetnp-ratuio during au M u li
deff on tho 4th, 1W1: gr. at. -t r inthlj ,,'n",
ilpltatloil. 1 15 irehc-s, in w: ica.t mn(mj
pit'-Jpitatlon. U5 In hes, 11, it,,. fcrPa, "t
amount of preclpUalicii r ordul In anj
houis, S.S3 Inches, on the 4th and 6th ifj
Btiatet niiwunt of tnovvfiill iijpo lei
gny 21 hours. s ineh on tn- 7'h, isti
uverage number of . loudlesi days, H, part
ly cloudy Uas, 19; cloudy da)s, 11.
IHGALLS ATJEFFEBSOM CITY
in: ittrl.ii:s an o vrtiis ami ah
niti.ssi s nn. inn st:.
Dim 1 1 red If Hi- Wire, Not n ltunin He
Would I. lice In lie u Mlnurl in
Hill Iti Tat II ii In tors I'M-
nl, soHif, t mi,
Jefferson City, Mo Mar. li 1 -(Special )
An ovation vv-as given (o John J, Insalls In
the house this afternoon. It had liteti noised
around that the famous Knnsnn was In the
t Ity, and Mlnnls, of Carroll, sent to the
speaker's desk a resolution Inviting him to
address the house, The lesollilloh was
adopted with a cheer. Then Speaker Hub
sell apiHilnteil Mlnnls. nf Carroll; .Moore,
ot Mississippi, ami Drahello, nf St. l.ouls,
to go lo the hotel and get Mr. Installs, nnd
escort him to Hie house.
When thu escoit returned with the ex
senator the members arose lo their feet
with another tound of cheets.
Mr Ingalls' nddrcss was brief and In his
happiest huinnr He said If he were not a
Knnsnn he would desire to be n citizen of
MIssoutl. Aftm I lie mid less, the house took
n reci-ss for die minutes, while the mem
bers (locked around Senator lngulls, to be
Introduced lo him. Possibly u half dozen
tinroniii! utilising Uoutbons staved In their
seats, but otherwise the ovation was spon
tnnootis nnd mote than heart).
Tho hoiis-i had some fun this afternoon
over .i pending hill, taxing Imthelors over
30 )enrs of age. Colonel Crisp wanted to
suspend the constitution and pass the bill.
Mr. Andc-rson wanted It referred to the
committee on wa)s and means, and Dr.
Tubbs moved to table It. A lew bachelor
members did not readily see the juae. To
them It was serious business. .Mi. Tartar
wns especially earnest In his opposition.
The fact that In some counttlps bachelors
ate taxed gave m-st to the uttinor At last
Dr. Tubbs arose lo a point or order, that
the house was making Itself ridiculous, mid
tile spenk.1l sustnllliil him
Dr. Tubbs' bill tutting the salary of su
perintendent or lnsur.in.-e to JASC) per )ear,
The telephone bill pased tho houo this
ntternooti b) a vote of 72 to 21
The tatts of )caily lc-nt.ils aio allowed as
St. l.ouls public, S), private, $80 Kansas
Clt), public, 1"., piivute, S3i). St Joseph
anil olhel cities, public, "0 private, Ji
Thp tplenhone lohbv- came vvltnin one into
of beating the bill, and It mav )et strike
,i snag In the senate.
Mr. Julian wus In tin luv estimating humor
to-iln.v He Is still stmrtlng under the re
tent di feat nf his briber) bill. 'Ihls mottl
ing he Intiodiiced a lesolutlon piovldlng
for Ihc appointment of ,i committee with
the usu it poweis to Investigate petsons
and ascertain why the bribery bill failed
to pas In his short speech supporting
the resolution, he look occasion to radical
lv differ from the speaket's previous ruling.
The speaker at once suggested that Mr.
Julian's words wiie dlsiesppctlul, and that
gentlcmnn, in foncful language, dissented
rrom the speaker's opinion, and declared
tl.it he knew what the IlKhts or unv mem
ber tlte Thpti Mr. Hothwe-11 poured a lit
tle water on Ihc rising Humes and the Inci
dent went up in nun siiiokp.
Major llltilngir's bill providing for the
.ippiciprlatlon of money fin the erection
nf stiitues of ltlnlr nnd llenton In statuary
hall In tho national capltol was this morn
ing tin oi ably upoilt-d from committee.
In the s,.int ,
III the senate this tnoinlnc Semitnt Wnr
demnn's bill, piovldlng that all piobatc
lodges hetcattet elected must hu law)ers,
Some time ago the senate, by 1 1 solution,
made intpilr) ol all county and clly chiks
In the sluto as to the conduct of cities and
counties with niuonou to their insane,
eapet Lilly as to tile nuiuiic-i ot chionic in-satie-aiid
Idlols on poor fauns, and whether
county points take the. Insane from as)
lutns. Uepllcs have been lecelvcl fiom
ninety-six counties nnd riom Kansas Clt)
and St l.ouls I'ioiii theso replies the fol
lowing facts ale deduced. Number of
chronic insane In pour fuims, 1.1S1. uumbci
of Idiotic insane In pool farms, 2S1, thlity
nlne counties take Incurnblo Insane fiom
tis)lunib, and tlftv-stven do notr total iium
bei nt poor fauns 1 lil'i, numbor at city
poorhonsc, St. lauds, 7i-i, at the pool fnnn
in Jatkson count) 1..I- total tuunbei nt
pool lal ins tmtsl.lt. ol' St. J.ouls and J.u It
son county, ntill
Sctiatoi I, Milan seems Inclined to urn
lhini,s with a high hand nnd to constitute
himself the Jackson county delegation to
the leglslatuie He camel Into the lobby
of the- housci this moiniug, and meeting
RppiPsc-ntatlve Illntlf lu company with W
W. Morgan, said. "That lOurt of cilmlnal
t-oirCctlon bill has got to pass No otht r
Jnckbon county I Ills will be allowed to
pass In the donate until the court bill
passes In the hnuM- " Tho threat means
much, jsevond doubt It Is In Senator Io
nian's power to stop other bills in tho
sciiato, but he can't Intimidate tho house
If needed let;iliitoii tails the people will
know vv hire to put the blame.
Certuln advertisers use ouilous method".
A New Yoik linking I'owder claims an
award when It did not exhibit or compete
Dr .'rice's secured highest nwntd.
Deitlis anil I'iiih l-ils,
Miss Nellie Jacobs, a lC-year-old girl,
died )esieitla) at her home, 2301 Dora
iivouuc. Hei deulh was caused by pneu
monia The funcial ariungoments will lm
announced to-d.i). The bin lal will be In
Klmwood tpin. tpry.
Dennis Mahonov. who died nt his homo
at l-'lrst and Cnmphell streets a few- da)s
since, wai. bulled cstrda) murnlng at S
o'oloe-k from St. Patrick's church In
Mount St Mai) s eemetei).
Heitha lllshop an Infant child ot A. J
Blhhop. of o?.l Holmes street, was hurled
)eslerday afternoon at 2 o'clock In Union
James H. Caller died at his home, 1002
Kist Kightocnth street, vesterclay. He
was ?J1 )tnr of age. The funora services
will b, held ut 3 30 o'clock to-morrow
afternoon, itev, Stewart-Smith olllciat
Ing. The Inirlul will he In lllmwood eome
terv. Hthel Palme, a child, who died nt the
home of her parents, 527 West Twonty
cighth .triot, on Wednesda), was burled
nt 3 o'clock yestetdny ufletnuon lu Tnlon
cemetery, The itev. i'c-ter usttoin of
ficiated. l',i! Mliil.s llibiiketl,
Jiidgo Henry, in tha clruult court yen
lerilny, leiitlulcd u decision which Is of
much Inter est to vlcllm!, of tax bill sharks
who luivo been (nought to grief In the feo
giabblng lustlt pk' courts Tho decision wus
in u suit nought against M S. C. Dnnnell
in ihc mime of C J Jtuld bcfoio Justice of
tho Peace Hrown fin ID .-eiitH Tho suit
was so manipulated that tho costs hi ought
the- union in nf the jiidgin.nt up to f'.'J.
The in wns u whole bunch of similar suits,
olf Willi h Judge- Hi my cut tha "rat"
by dee Idltiff that the de-fi-ndant iippd only
puy tho umouiii of tho original Judgment
for lux bill mill costs, amounting in jl.vi
The decision was lu foi in of an Injunction
niuventlng Jiicnl fiom piocuodlng to collect
Appcil of mi A lllli led n, in,
Joseph Thomas Haw hill, who leceutly
caitm lo this clt) fiom Craw ford count),
Kns, In a destitute, condition and who
Is 111 And weak of, mind as the lesult of a
blow rucelie'd on the head vvhf-ti a child,
vlelted the oltlc-o of the llumnno Society
)cstc-rctay nnd asked If It would be po.
hllilu for hlin to secure nifuge In miiiio
hospital, lie said that ho was continually
subject to tiusms of a violent kind, but
hud hopes of lecoveiy If he i ould bo con
st nitty Hinted Snwhlll is 2C )ears of use.
When lie was i I year-old child Ills mother
was murdeic-.l liifoie his oyca at thc-lr
home In Keiitu. k), and he was dealt a
blow over the head that has ulllloteil him
ivr since Tl' sinferer was given lodg.
lug last night at the Helping llmid in
stltute, A t nlli I lor Am sled.
assuciaiicjil " lueae eJiccitiras, IV, III C'lllirKC'C!
DcOricif with (mbix.Ung and convening
to his own in." mniit) tollpcted on pollcic-s.
It was alleged that Dcljrlejf n tonia In-Ktaucci-
Us.-l th. i-ionc) lm collected and
then failed to di liv i tin policies Theexuct
amount of Die all. ... .1 umbu-.linent Is not
known. b"t it I- rot billevrd to be laige,
The oppurtuiiirii of securing and con
vening u l tin sum wero not present.
DeOrlef was committed to uvvalt a- pre
llinlnury hejln in -t Monday.
A BOOK FOR
Entitled "Woman s Jleauty, Peril, Duty " con?
tapiiog 21 pagvs ot Impoi 14 m tp(orm4tton wbtcb
rVsry wotuau iiiaripd or slole, loiIJ kuow
about berseit.w 111 bo scut to any adctress CDCC
Lydia - I'iKl.biiu Med. Co. )un, Mats rilCt
II. P. iJvlJilef, loime-ily etnployod as a
collector lor the National Jleiievolent As
ocl.ltloi. was iiiiisinl ami tak It befote
Jusllcu Kiuci-ci )itepla) ufteiuoon on
toinpUlnt of 1. N Ashei. luauager of tha
st M1A sl.lHICI.S.
A( the t.lnwood Prebv lerlatl church Rev,
J A P MiUnvv will pieat h in the morn
ing on "I he Mount of Prncr," and In the
i-vtiilng on "Living Df-teis " , ,.
Al the Summit Strict M II church ttev
It, T Smith will pi. i li in the morning on
.I,. a... .... ..... u cc ,. . 1. - ..... I tc, lien nlrtlt.
Jtllltl. Cfl .. Cj-CCI, Cll ...... ... .- . - -
Ing on "'Ihe t'nlvi-all v or Salvation lor
All Who Me l lh C.iinllllons, faith and
Christ." t.at siicintnciital setvlip of ton
frmics )tr after tnornlng sermon
At the Arlington M M church Itev. t.
C, Sapnenilel-I will pt'.ich on "Plensnntm's
of Hellgloti." nnd In Ihc evening on "Ihe
only rouiid.itlon of the Chinch "
At the I it-st llnlled Presbvlerlnn eliurch
Iltv. 1". II. Mm ch will preach In the morn
ing on "Tern ilntlon. nnd In tho evening
on "Tne Parable of th Two Sons '
Hishop Hendrl'c will preach In the M 1.
church, South, In th- nmrnlng In ltot?dale
Hvaiigellsllc services will be lontluctcd nt
night bv J. stolhi: rt . . , ,
ltev Mr lllevlns will rondiict tiuirlcrlv
meeting In Ihe Seventh Street M. II. church
In Kansns City, Km Itev. Mr. Downs will
go to Tiny, Kns. . ,
At the Southwot Tabernacle, Twenty
fltt .ind Jerferon streets, the pator, llev.
Charles Klos, will preach at ll a m. and
7 80 ti in. The evening discourse will be
on -'Wii'te," the llflh of the series on
"Thlevps of Home."
At (,opol hall No IWI (Irnnd nycnrij.
theto will be brenklng of bread nt 10.30
a. in Sunday rhool nl 3 p '. During the
samp hour n lllble r"iullng for Christians
will be conducted by Donald Ilo. Oosp'l
tiu-plliig at 7'- p. m. In charge of the
Scotch evangpllst. Itos
VI cue cc ci.1 r-nie ' it. . ...... .,,. "
nei Tivenlleth and l'ttin streets, the pas
tor. II S. Mucklpy. will preach at 11 n. tn.
mil 7.1.1 p m Morning subject. "The
Christian' Individual Ilesponslblllty," ev
ening subjpct. "John, the Knptlst."
At the Second l'resbvtptlan church, por
tipr of Thirteenth and Cptittnl streels, Ucv.
W H Hlack, I). D, of Mushall, Jin, will
preach both morning and evening
ltev. W. T. McClure will preach nt Mel
rose church, cornet- of Windsor nnd In
diana avenues, at 11 n m. In the evening
Iho pastor, James A. Duncan, will give the
lat of the series of sermon, on the book
of Ilsther. . . ...
There will lie the usual ervtces nt the
rirt Cumber! ind Prebi terlan church;
Preaching at II 11. m and 7 SO P m. by the
acting pator, Itev. D II llushnell, D. D ,
Sundiiv school nt J .JO a m , Y. P. S C. II.
at ti.3.1 p. tu. .
At the Western Church of Chrlt IS. le-n-tlsti,
In the auditorium of the . M. . A
building, corner Ninth and Locust streets,
ervlips will be held at U a. ut. b) Mrs
A. J. llnird. C, S. D, p istor. Hlble Btudy
at close of service Thur-day meetings,
previously held at 3 p. m will hereafter
he held nt 8 p. 111 , nt 1214 .Main street, ll.D
iinl building. All are coidlill) invited to
ltev. Ailnlph Halzer, of Sandusky, O, will
preach at St. I'ctct s itcrtnin llvnngellc.il
1 hureli, nt 10.30 o'clock a m. and la p.
,,. r ... t ... r .J . fl.tl-B t? n Tr,.,.. al
Al tile VVPSl CHIP c uiisuaii ci.i...... ".
cce-v J. cc , i.tive', ui nc x.c... r- ..v....v..
churih. No. 1621. Central street, will conduct
wnrsmp 111 11 a. in. itn'i 1.01. i. .. ..,....,
siibjict will bo "Christ's Temptation and
Ours." evening, "Working with licl ' hull
dav school nt 9.13a.m., catechise at I p.m.;
Christian flndeuvor at K 13 p. m
I nloii teachers' mpetlng at 1 M C. A,
pailnrs at 1 o'clock this afternoon. "Look
outs ' distributed free
At the Children's Memorial Lutheran
church. Sixth and Tra-y avenue, Itev.
1'r.ink D. Altman, pastor, will conduct n-r-h
is In the morning at 11 a. 111 Thu Sunday
sihool will hold Its annual foreign mission
stivkp. livening "erinoii at 7") oclock.
llev. S M. Neel, D. D, will deliver the
. ... . .. . 1 ..... Lt...m nl tVlIu llC.f.1.
Iiourill leciiire 111 cur .ui..-er ... ... v.....v..
on l'rid.i) evening, M irth S, subject, Good
uiiizenMiip. . ,
Theto will be regulni services, mprnlng
1111.I evening. In the Pirst Lilt iinin chinch,
coiner of PoUteenth and Chetiy stri cits,
llev J. M. Cromer In tho evening Itev.
W I! Mucklow, of Snllno. Kus., will
preach n sermon illu-'ttaled by a steieop-
Servlccs will ho held at thu Second rnltetl
Piesbv tell in churih, coinei of Luclld ami
rourteentli streets, li) tht pabtoi. IJi
Jumps White, 11 a in nnd k p. tn. hulije-ct
lu tlic- morning. "The Hlstoiy uiul Ministry
or tho Saved Demoniac-." evening subject,
"Wlrut Ilt-comc-s of the Soul nt Death'
.. . . .. .. t iilo.l tlllla ..nl.
l'lcsitieiie iiaiu-iic., "' .- -..'v. .
lego, will occupy thu pulpit of the oianil
Avenue M. 11. chinch morning nnd even
At the l'lrst C'lninh ot Chi 1st. Scientist.
Knights of P)lhUs hall, No 1010 l.i.iiui
avenue, Alfred I'.irlovv, pastoi will hold
si iv lies nt 11 a. tn. Sunday school at 1."
m Subject, "Is (. mliti.inlt) hclcncc, ami
lb Science Christian?'
Itev. tl II Ilemlngwav, of Caithagc, 1 o,
will pictuh nt the Chat i'risb) terlan
ehurcli. Mnrcli 1. morning 1111,1 i-viiilrrg
Subject of mnining dlsiouisc-. "1 In Heal It)
01 the Cnsccu, oMiitng subicct. "Ihe
Soul, lis Katun anil Its Worth "
At St Uiorgc'a pro-iatiiidial. corner
Tioost nnd Liu w nod incline. I tight Itev
II It. Atvvlll, D D. bishop, and ltev S M
Holden, deiin, will hold beivlcc-.s as follovvs
moiniiig pin)ii, scinioti. Holy Cotnuruirlnn
at 11 a. tn., evening u.i)er and sermon ut
7 Vi p in. Tin vested choir or nun and
hois Is now thorouplily orgunlrcd, and in
i.iie'ful tininliig bv lr. Marsh. Lenten
music both morning nnd evening.
P.ev tlcoigt I. looks, the well known me
dium.' will begin a month's service (it the
Kansas Clt) Spnltu.il Club rooms in the
Itldgo bull'ilng next Sulidii). Sen ii es
oveiy Sunthi) at 2 M and 7.30.
At the Dundtt I'laco .Methodist Hplseo
p.il chinch, 'lio-ist avenuu and I Ifteontn
strict. Itov. Dr ) P. Wright, pastor. Itov.
mid Mis. Cue-, the evuligt lists will close
their labors with tho church, sutida),
March 3 hpetlal services at 11 a. in , i p.
lnJuiigle7Tnoma N Williams will deliver
a lecture at the Roberts mission, 10-i Last
Third street, on Sunday evening at 7.30.
Subject. "Who Is My Neighbor?"
The l'Irst church of Christ, bclentltct,
and tho Mission Chutch of Christ, Scien
tist, of this ut). have united under the
name of "l'Irst church of Christ, Scien
tist," with Alfred Pnrlow as pastor of
the new society
There will be regular services at the
chapel of the IleorganUed Church of Jesus
Olulst of Latter Dn) S lints, No. 22l
Wabash avenue, to-moirow. PrPachlng 11
a in nnd 7 30 p m Social service 2.0 p.
111. Sunda) st hool 0.30 11. in
At the I-ifth Presbyterian church,
Twelfth street and llrookljn avenue, Key.
C- II Hnup. pastor, will preach at U
a.' m and 7 30 p m. Young people's meot-
"Di'deoig'c II Combs, of the Sl-th and
Prospect Christian church, who has been
III has recovered and will till his pulpit
as' usual Morning subject, "Tho Duty of
Discontent" livening subjict. 'that
Which Divides Men" The tegular choir,
conducted by Piofesor -.narrow, will he
nssUlul by Ml" Harris, chairman of tho
Kansas City Athenaeum musical commit
tee A-t Christ Iterormed llnlscop-il church
services will be held nt 10 I. a. m, and 7.30
11 in Itev. L M Walters will i-ondiiet
l.oth services Subject of morning tcimon,
"Christ's Temptation" subject of even
ing setmon, Weeping for Sinners."
"Life nnd Its I'ses" will bo treated from
a scientific standpoint In a lecluro nt the
rooms of the Soiicty for Usoterlu Culture
nt 1MI Central street Sunday afttinoon nt
3 o'clock. The practical application or the
new telenco of Solar lllology In nvei)-day
ii.es will bo til might out Admission Is
f 1 ep.
The Y P. fl. C. II. half hour noon pra)er
meetings at the locuin. nf the Ytuirig
Women's Christian Association, lie I Val
nut slteet have been ver) successful The
following are the lenders for Hex; week:
Mondii). ltev W. P. lllchaidsoni Tuesday,
Miss SUlla Jenkins. Wcduenlay, Thomas
Jones, Thursda), Ilvangellst I). II Shaw,
lian; l'liilny. II llasion, Saturday, bun
day school iJ.r.A.J1,ol
Wliat Imparts that peculiar delicacy to
the food.' Dr. Price's Cieain Haklns
Dr W P. Sioddaid. of Iowa, will con
clude his popular lectures at the Helping
Hand Institute trls afternoon. These lec
tures have been given In the chapel to a
llev. I N Menllleli, Mat night delivered
a lecture- ut the Y M. C. A. audltoilum oil
"The Works of South Am.ern," Ho out
lined fully his South American phllan
tluojiio c'olnuUatlon scheme,
Tho cateless handling of a candle In
Iletkham, Merier .V Co.'s wholesale es
tabllshmcnt, Nos 1212-11 I'nlou avenue,
canned u lil.ui' vestetday murnlng nnd 11
loss of about ,n befoio it was extinguished
by tin lire department,
it, II Stone, president, and J, II Hridy,
(ecietni), nf the Ameilcan Supply Com
pany, No. 120 West Hlghth slicet, were
arrested )eserda afternoon on a charge
of lolallng a city ordinance by storing
gun powder within the city limits.
City Treasurer ilreeti yesterday Inaugur
ated a rule that hU eiuplo)e shall pay a
lino of 1 fin f"r cvi-iy minute they ara
Into after S n-flocu In tho nioinlng and I
o'clock n the afternoon. Tlic piocecds
will be devoted to the mayor's charity
fund. The iut has been Indoroeil by the?
Councilman Hrown held a conference
veslerday with the illy counselor regard
ing the labor 01 linance requiring union
labor to be emp0)td on public work. Ma
requested the counselor to fender a writ
ten opinion Mr ftoiztlle stated to Jour
nal reporter that he was Inclined to think
that It was class legislation and therefore
THE H0USEWAS CALM.
the List t.i-Rlidiitlir Hi) hut Dim Pacini
W Ilium! An) st iimlliiti tl Incidents.
Washington, Match 1. The houc is ap
proaching tho iloo ot tho session with 1111-
tiunl iiiltnnes nnd ifiuiiiilmity. Not n
seiisntlonnl Incident oii-urieil tin this, tho
list legislative dn), but one, of Ihc session.
Tho entile day was devoted to tho e,unsli
iintlon of bills on motion to pus tlutn
under suspension of the t tiles, 1 lto tecog
nlllon for thl purpose wcic inndo by tho
speaker, of which three passed nnd two
failed to receive tho necessary two-thirds.
Thoe whlth passed were:
A siibstltuto for Mr. Dlnglcy' hill to nil
thorEp tin- ptesldcnt lo arrange for n Joint
eominlssloii, lo colislt of three representa
tive nf Ihls government, (Ireut tlrllaln,
ltussln nnd Japan, to Investigate thp con
dition, of Ihe fur seal nipl tho regulations
Ii-ce9niy to their prescrvntlou, nnd, pend
ing tho report of tlic commission, to nego
tiate for 11 inodtis UiPiidl to protect tho
sen! during thp nppionchlng season, nnd 111
1 iin such 11 modus vlvciull caiuint be ne
gotiated, to give the spcrctaty of tho treas
ury authority In kill senls found tin tho
Prlbjlorr Mantis; the senate titltl-lottery
bill, unci Iho hill to pay tho slnto of West
Vligllila His share of tho direct Inx re
funded by tho net of 1S81. The attempt to
pass the sennto bill to lmpoc pciialtle"
upon corporations nnd rnllioad compnnle
fur violation ot tho IntcrstiitO couiinetco
law exposeil nil alleged scheme to ppctire
action on tho pooling bill In the senate, It
being claimed that the senate would nttiich
the pooling bill ns a rider. So iffectlvo was
this 11II1 ceil ,-pouto Hint, although tho
bill Itself was given nothing but com
mendation on tho floor. It vvn defeated.
Mr. Hutch (Dem , Mo I nttempled to pass
his bill to publish the tl.ilrj tests made ut
the. Columbian exposition, but It being
claimed that the publication was In the
interest of 11 pnttlculii- breed of cattle, It,
loo. was ilofoiited. The stindiy civil, lcgls
Intlve and ib-llileiiey appropriation bills
were sent to lonfereiue without dilute.
This evening's sesloii was devoted to
private pension bills,
QUIET AFTEJVTHE STORM.
spn etc Proceeds to limitless With Vttlill
spiinltj After tin- l.xeltllig Sun.
of tb.. Prt-v lolls Night.
Washington, March 1. The demonstra
tion In the senate chamber list night left
their traces on the proceedings , to-d.i).
Senatois gathered in groups nnd dlscuscd
the dtamatlc si ones of the night, the
shower of venomous epithets, the tumult
on the iloor and In the galleries, and con
sidered whether steps Fhould be taken to
uphold ns far as might be the dignity of
the upper chamber. The three chief figure
lu Inst night's conflict, Messrs. Chandler,
Hill and Mai tin, were early In their seit.
Mr. Ilo.ich, of Korth Dakota, who had
been a silent but conspicuous llgure of the
tunlllct, was engaged lu writing through
tho early hours of the session,. Several of
the veteran Democratic leaders Mr. Har
tls. Mi. Conn, m and others conferred as
to what could bo done without jeopardizing
the piss.igc of the appioprliillon bills, On
tho surface of tile senate business ptoceed
ed with Its usual "ercnlty to the discussion
of the general elellclency bill, which was
passe 1. There was a brief discussion on
the llehring sea indemnity fund, which
was Anally omitted fiom the bill The
night s, s,s,on was devoted to private pen
sion bills and eulogies.
Washington. March 1 The following
pensions have been gt anted
Mlssoui I Charles t-ellTert. St Louis, St.
Louis, John J. Downer, St. Louis St.
Louis, James 11 llutchln, Wlillard,
C,re.-ne, William Kelthcuit. Ciulsse,
Washington: Joseph Icchinelster, St.
L011N st Louis; Lemon V Cupp, Cai
tlnge. Jaspei , Augustus A. Taluott, Mar
f..Hii. I. Inn- .lamp-, Davis. Ldgorloil.
Piatt.-, Illc-liaril M Teller, Montrose, Hc-n-i,
James Claspill. Sullivan, I'l.tnklln;
llln ililo Derthick, Green Clt), Sullivan
Kansas Alftetl T.iber (di-cc-iiscd), P.ilr
monnt. Leavenworth; llcnnut II Johnson,
Hun Oak. Jewell: Uvan L Heelei, Na
tional soldiers' home, Leavenworth. John
J. St. John, Dover, Shawnee; Willi im A.
llif-be, Goodland. Sherman: Horace O.
Haleh. Sedgwick; Harrison Crnndnll, IIovv
artl. Hlk, John llurns. Lulled, Pawnee;
Marv i: H.irshbaiger Pali mount, Leaven
worth, Katie V. Crnlg, arcmleaf, Wash
ington. A fineness, and w holesoments erpialcd
by no other leavening ugenl always im
parted by Dr. Pi Ice's llaklng Powder.
Judge Doli.on has returned to the cltv
from hi visit to New York city, nnd will
resume his plnte on the bench In the cli
1 Hit court to-.lay. He will piobahly hand
down a decision on the- defendant's mo
tion to dismiss tho Haic.ifei-lteg.in elec
A resolution was presented the county
court yesterday from Council No 102. nl the
A. 1' A , indorsing the notion nf tho point
In ordering tho I'lilted Suites Hag laised
over tho court house re-ceiill). nnd express
ing the wish tbnl thu example might piovo
a bencticlal 0110 to )ouiig nnd old
Tho JVimi damage suit of Mrs. Carrln
Spnnncr ngalnst the Kansas City Cable
llallroad Company Is on tiiul In tho cltcult
couit Mis Spool. ci Is the widow of tho
latu Samuel Spoouer, who tiled. It Is al
leged, from Injur Ic sustained by an aep
dent at the- ioni of the Ninth street incline
two )ears ngo Sho Is suing to recover
III Dorado, Kas , Mareh 1 (Special 1 A
train of fifteen tars containing Immigrants
and their families, stock and Implements,
from Stark and Hureau counties. 111, has
ai lived In this coiintv. Thev have pur
chased land In Tow and.i and llenton town
lilps and will make Kansas their future
home They are all vvoll-to-tlo ptuple
Council llrovc, Kas, March 1 (Spec lal)
Prid.iy night Incendiailcs went to Hm furm
of llyenn Jacksnu, a tanner, adjoining this
city and set lire to ills millet, h ly and
straw stacks and about SoO cords of wood,
all of vvhlih were destio)id They, also
set lire tn ihe stables and birn In which
wus stoied a large amount of grain, bill
tho lire fortunately went out. Tho loss t
Stoi klon, Kns,, .March 1. (Special.) The
Sixth District Kansas llnunl Suf
fi agists' As oc lotion closed a vety Intel -psllng
two ilavs' session Wednesda). The
women of tho Sixth dlstrlei are ivlde-nwaku
and arc not disheartened ovei defeat of
the Miffrige amrii.liiii.nl last Novcinbei
Olllctrs cleited for tho ensuing )car uro
i'le-sldciii, Mrs A A Welch, Cedurvale,
vltu prc-hielciit, Judge f" W Smith, Stotk
ton, seerc-tni) Mis J tj itoice, Phllllis
burg, tteasurer Mis. C W smith, stock
Consumers ofchewing tokeco who
ate willing to pay a liltle more tlian
lire price charged for tie ordinary
trade tobaccos- will find tlis
brand superior to all others
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FOUGHT FIFTEEN ROUNDS,
The UrlternrlKht fnntrt llrtwfrn .loe
Malcolt nnil Illll) "in I Hi tlertnretl
Hoslon, Mn., Man-h 1 In the preenri
of l.t) people, at Miirni) hall to-nUhl,
Joe Waleotl ami lllil) Smith fought llftecn
rotiluu for Ihe well, rvvelsht championship
of Ihla counlry, ntnl Ilefei ee Anrons ilct l-leil
nt the elose of the llftecnth rouiul Hint the
linht vvn n tlratv. In the inliliit of xx lid ex
rltemenl ami applause anil hlsres At the
clo5c of the tlfteenth round Waleotl Inflict
etl upon llRhtlnir lo a llnlh. Smith shook
Imntls pleasantly with Waleotl ami the bis1
crowd thntiitht a finish would ensue, but It
was decided the llfthl n lllilt'il
Smith, ulllioimli the severest pnul-lieil for
a clozon rounds, came up smilingly nnd
freh In the thirteenth, and from that to
the llnlsh was looked upon ns the win
ner. Hut the rloslnn Iwn rounds were even
honors, and the derision wa- nceepleil as a
Just one, nlthoiiKh the audience loitced for
a foil inoro rounds. Waleotl was tho fav
orite and did the cleverest lendlnir nnd
lamllni; tlirnuchout. Smith was c-nnic nntl
put up a k'.itno tluht. Durlnir the IlRht
Smith shiiwed up best lu the cvelilh and
thirteenth rounds, and recovered so well
that his faults were overlooked In the oth
er loliiitls. Waleotl was the puiilshcr and
Smith the nKcressor durlnir tne tight In
the sixth round Smith Moored the colored
boy nnd punched hlni to the ropes. Smith,
however, was terribly punished, and pluck
II)' held hli own. The llitht wns u series of
rti-iics nnd punches on heart, foco and
head, and nt these times the spectators
waited Tor the finishing punch to close tho
tLleortro Dixon was behind Walcolt and
Howie llinlRklns piloted lllllv Smith. Har
ney .Varoiis, of New York, was the referee,
and D.111 .Mtirph) timekeeper.
Kiiii.ii City Hi, vv Hut; Club.
The weekly roll of the Kantas City Itowl
Inp Club wus held on the (Irnnd alleys
)esterday afternoon ami evenlns. High
stores were made. It, M. Dickson enp
tured Iho medal In class A with f,i;o. clo-e-ly
pressed by A. Judnlt with tVK. 1'our other
bowlers of class A p.is-ccd the fe) mark.
In class It the meilnl was won b) W. T,
Povvars with 1)0 The score:
Strikes. Snares. Total.
It. M. Dickson s PI EM
A. Jndah S IS cViti
T. C. Hell 13 1J iil'l
C. A. Jlarbcr a II B
IM Lambert II II KM
II H. Parley 12 Bnj
C. A. Nichols S II m
W. V. linker 5 IS Vjl
XV. II. Nichols 4 IS 1SI
C. L". Herman fi 10 III
C. It. T.i)lor 3 1J 417
Strikes. Spares. Total.
W. r. Povvars S 11 410
13. I!. Perterson 6 13 4S-C
c M. Lewis 4 IS 447
H. L. Kletz x D 41.
I3II C.thn 1 li 417
F. Jones 7 11 412
tl. W. Nichols t. 10 123
13, J. Knott 5 10 422
J. Whitlleld 2 li C31
'I he Monti irtl-c How 1.
Tho Standards bowled on the Ho)al al
le)s last nlslit, with the follow Inn lesult:
Strikes, Spnies.. Totnl.
Simpson h n 17",
llrothets 1; u 4"1
Pike 2 II 421
Tuttle 4 11 121
ltowlaml .I n 417
sun lr.iuii-.to tt.ice-H.
San 1'r.inclhco, Mnrcli 1 1'lvc favorites
won again to-d.i), which Is lonsldered ic
markalile, owlni; to tho large number ot
lioret, entered lu tlic clirte-rcnt event-. Tho
line weather of the past few weeks lias
been the means of brlnitlne nbottt thesu
I'lr.-t race Six furlonits. McT.ii lane won;
j-3itr.itic!i', fccoiicl; Joe, third, 'lime,
Second race Six fmloiiR. l-'eriler won;
Jim Tlootl, (.econd; Quiit, third. Time, 1:11.
Third 1, ice One mile; tc-llliiK. White
Stone won, H) l)y, i-ccond, Jllco, thlttl.
Tom in i.tce About a mile and a half;
fchort conrbe; hurdle Ne-tor won; Mero,
bccnncl; V)am,hot, third. Time, S
l'iftli i.ue ix fuilonpra Tim Murphy
won; Don Tulano, bccontl; Sir Hid) aid,
third. Time, l:loij.
II. Milts lit Mlllll-OII.
St. Louis, .Mo., .Match 1 Tli.st race Tour
and one-half furloiiK!.. Daddv Iteed won;
Texas Tiank, hecond; Tom Stevens,, third.
Time, 1 ui';..
Second race The furlong. Li CIkiiIo
won, .Moderate, econd; Wcutovcr, thltd.
Tlilid tace Tour find one-hulf furlongs.
fltt-ilo Illark won; Little Nell, tecuiid, 13d
Lilit). third. Time, 1 01.
Touith rat e Tivo lurlong-- Tercffal won;
13ihel 1 'at tunc, i-cc-ond; Caesar, third. Time,
Tlflh race Six furlongs. IleUhnz.ar
won, September, hecond, Perchance, tlilrd.
3-ci-iv III It .111 It.ict 3.
New Oi leans, La.. Match 1. Seventy
Ill st da) Cieseent City Jockey Club's win
ter nice tint;. We.ttliei rainy: track lieav).
l-'liM race Selling, "lx furloiigs. Meriltt
won; Jteadina, .vecond; lWn Wilson, thltd.
Tim... 1 1-j'i
S.iond race Selling: llvn and one-half
furlongs. Hi Henry won; O. H Cox, bec
ond. tlee Whiz, thltd Time, 1.121.,
Third 1 up selling; one mile. Tlorenee
P. won; Z.ildlv ar, second, Tarrock, thltd.
Time. 1 4SU
l-'ourth 1 .ice Handicap; six- furlongs.
Moloih won; Miss LIU), second; Hlb-3rnl.i
Queen, thltd. Time, I 20
Tilth race Selling, live furlongs. Julia
Arthur won; Ilolivwood, .-econd; Dr. Iteed.
thltd. Time, 1 fifii,
Wiights for the. I II111 111 Hiiiiillrap.
Weights have been announced for the
Vllman hnndicin to be run at the Haw
thorne spring meeting Henry of Navarre
gets the top Impost of 12i pounds nnd after
him comes K.im.ipo, last .ve.n's Suburban
winner, with 120. the speed) Clifford with
122 and Domino with 120 I.ln-.ik Is well
thought of and Is nuked to carry 112, while
n good a colt ni Counter Tenor is allotted
only HC. 11) ion McClell.m.i's much touted
uaima nas oni) iw pounus anu im coril
h'an'n Handsome Is given !ij,
.xiaililen MIMI111: in I ight .liiliiinin.
Mlko Madden, who has been here for
some time toing to get off a light with
Jim McCoy, announicd that as Purtcll Is
ill and will bo unable to enter the lin,? for
some time, he will take Jnhntou on tor a
llnlsh light before nny club which will
put up a Kiiltuhle piiifro for the affair.
Madden is big enough to put 1111 a good
light with Johnson and can tlnil hackers
x lip will wager thnt he can whip hlin.
I nit is I'll)' C-.1IUU' Mice I Parade.
The Kansas. City Ocllsts will have a
stiect paiailo to-moirovv morning If the
weather Is suitable. Captain Wtureii de
sires, all wheelmen who wih to take part
In the parade In tepoit at the club house,
Tlficenth and HariUun stieets, befoio 10
11 .'loci,, as lie detirc-s tlic piuade shall
start ptouiptl) at Unit hour The route
will bo thiougli the leading paved streets
ot tho clly.
put Ity, Mrenglh nnd ivho)esomeiiess are
the 11111 Idled epialltles combined In Dr.
Ptlcc-'a Cream liaklug Powder
'1 hill- hi, 1 il I luic.
Sparks from a line caused n small hi ize
ami a 11111 b) thn 111 0 ilcp.ti tineilt lo li II.
M) cits'. No. 712 Campbell s,ticut yesterday,
Thu loss was nouttuu!
A ua-olllib stovo llio ut Mrs, t H. Wash
hums, No oil Hast 13lghtli sticui, caused
a run b) thu I lie ccpiitini-iii and f, juss
An ovuthented fmnnce pipe nt t'. Loen
stcln'B, No U16 Tmest. ciiuteil u Hie ularm
unt J5 ilamagu last night about 0.3U o'clock,
'Hu. .tiller I'. i.e.
The case of William Adler,
killing Jesso McCluic, thu
spectur last full (luting tha
tlvlllcs, is 011 tha docket uf
thai god with
court ut inilepcuueiice ior Ml
il pit Montluy,
and it Is expected that tt w
then, Tho many witnesses
have: been fcilhpcieuacd lu J
day. Soma af thu wllnej..se
in iuhu piacu
mi ine suiio
.pear un that
3U-ii hull. I Hid,
23M7. Alliance Trust Company vs, 13. .
Dan and J, W. Speus; note,
Si'lS. Saino vb. Dan c-t ul.
Mol9. A. c. Wheelock , I3mma H. Hat
per ct alt ejectment.
1.,20. David Slay et al k j k. Ited
1110ml; appeu) f 1 0111 T, h. Case, Justice! of
2, W. II. H. Treemau vs. Carrie 13.
(liiswold ami flaieuie H. arlswold; upneal
fiom Case, Jusllc-8 of thu peace. '
The cut In price of soft coal continues.
Older none but the best. Weir and Cheroi
kee screened lump and egg, J2.75, nut. l.'So
ltlcll Illll scietnetl shaft lump, 2. iiVr
ton. CI3NTHAI. COAL AND COK13 CO1
Ttlephonej 61L Keith perry blifif,
Chicago, March J. The conference he.
tvvoen Ihe Western lines and those of 11,0
Trunk Line Association lasted a of to.day
but nothing whatever was ae 'oinpllshed
und the miietlns will be tcsumed to-mor-rowf
Por Nerxotis Prostration, Hysteria,
llr-ln rR, Hypochoniltia, Nervous Dys.
pepili, Meiancholl.i, Locomotor Ataxia,
lntomnla, Epilepsy, antl tener-l syi
lemlc Weakness, take Ccrclirliic.
l:or Tunctlnnat anil Organic Affections
of the Spinal Cotil, take Aiciltilllnc.
lit Deptcsslon of Spirits and Melan
cholia, due to n weak state of tht: Genera
tive System, Impotence, Atrophy of the
Organs, Spctmitorthcca, ft,c,, use Tcs
f;or runcllon.it Weakness of the Heart,
resulting from general or local Nervous
Debility; In Organic Disease, when tho
action of the 1 le.tt t requires to bo
strengthened or rendered regular; Dropsy,
Ilrlght's Disease ami An.xmla, take Car
dine. In the latter condition Cardine
acts with great cettalnty in Increasing
the quality of the red blood corpuscles.
Por Myxrctlema, Goitre, L'czcma, and
Obesity, take '1 liyroldlno.
Por Congestion of the Ovaries, Chronic.
Inflammation of the Ovaries, Imperfect
development of the Ova.ies, Neuralgia
of the Ovaries, Amenorrlui-a, Chlorosis,
Hysteria, Neurasthenia, nnd during the
Cltmactric or change of life, take
Above arc the Indentions for the use
Prepared accor cling to tlic formula of
Dn. Wm, A.. Hammond,
In his laboratory at Washington, V). C.
The uniform dose of nny of tho Ex
tracts Is 5 drops (minims) two or three
i'rfce, (- cfr.) iron- Ouo Dnllar.
rOR SALC DY Alt. DRUGGISTS.
THE COLUMBIA CHEMICAL. CO.
WASHINGTON, D. C,
Send for Book, ut
THDEHMANN HAL-AR, Agents for
iiitiiir ii:i,i:(;ii.i'ir M3v,s.
I.exlnuton, Mo., March 1. (Spechl ) The
total amount subscribed heie to the brldije
fund is $100,5011.
A. 13 Ctane, of Holton, Kis arrived
yesterday to look after soma buslnesi
pemllnrr In departments,
Washington, Tcb. 1. To-day's statement
of tho condition of the treasury shows
available cash balance $17S,197,usG, gold re
Charles Adams, of Gtitluie, cleik for
Chief Justice! Dale, and Colonel Torrest, of
131 Iteno, nnd James 13. Humphrey, of I'ur
cell. left for tho West yesteiday.
Dover, Del , Match 1. Hut one ballot was
taken tor United States senator to-day.
It resulted af follovvs. lllgKlns, S; Addicks,
0; Massey, I; Walcott, 5; Hnyard, 4
Amonfr the house bills passed In the sen
nte is a bill to srant a pension to Douls-i
Cromwell of North Topeka, and one to
place- on the pension rolls Sulmona. Man
wold, of Carbondale, Kas.
Golden City, .Mo.. Match 1. (Special.)
Casslu3 lierry, .a Maple Glove t'armei,
twelve miles north 01 Golden City, fell
Into a well )csierd.i), and his recovery is
doubtful, lien) wus being hoisted up by
Paris, March 1. 311 Percher, one of tho
editois of tho Journal Dcs tie Huts, was
killed In a duel fouctlit with swords this
niominB bv M. I.eeheatellct, an olllcer of
111. nines The duel wns tho lesult of .1 per
sonal tllillculty between the two gentlemen.
Quebec, Mrcli 1. Dlstiessim,' Intelligence
has been received from inlsslon.ules nntl
others upon the Labrador const of, the mis
er) and privation anions the Nabcnpeo In
dians, inimbets of whom will, it is feared,
st.uve bc-foit- spilnjr, unless some means
.11 cfound for Klvinij ihcm teller.
Sacramento, Cal.,Mnich 1. Tho state sen
nte b) 11 votu of 22 to S refused to-day In
concur in a Joint resolution riom the as
sembly inenioil.vlllnfr conKres for the an
nexation ot thu Hawaiian Islands. The
hcnatii is composed of " ltepubcaii3 and
St. Joseph, Mo., M.uch 1 The St. Joseph
Mlllini; Compni), vvhlLh has been in Ijun-llic-s
hire lor n numbei of )cnrs, went In
to the hands of .1 receiver to-night It I,
Spencer assumes charge Tho liabilities are
1 --tlni ited at ?.;u000. with .us-ets of $.13,01x1,
The llnanclal stringency caused the fail
ure. Jackson, Mis , March 1. The jewelry
store of A ltourgeoW, on tlio pilncipil
httect ot this city, was entered last night
by biirghns, the safe broken open and Ji.OnO
or JO 000 of valuables stolen. Only the solid
goods and diamonds were taken, consisting
of tevetal do.cu watches,tings, shirt studs,
Marshall, Mo , March 1 (Special ) Tho
oratorical contest of Missouil Valley col
lege, between XV. J. D)sart nnd A It
James, for the honoi of n presenting tlte
1 ollege in the Intel collegiate contest at
Kansas City, Mnrch S3, was held last night
lu tha t ollege chapel, lesiiitlng In .a victory
for A It James, '07, of the Hall dean, lit
Nishvllle, Teun , March 1 A dispatch
from Glenvllle, Ala, tells of tho horrible
death or rour oiiunien on 11 plantation near
that place Tom nnd Dora Meadows left
their children nt homo to attend a neigh
boihood dance. When they leturned their
totiuge home wus lu iishes 11ml the charred
leiuains of the little ones, tho oldest of
whom was 11, were found. It Is supposed
tho house caught lite nnd tha children
wete bunted while asleep.
Mince pies are all tho more delicious
when made with Dr. Price's .Baking
Chicago, Mnrch J. The statement of the
earnings of tho liutllngtoii road lor Janu
ary shows .1 lirge falling off lu nil depart
ments save one, lu spite of a decrease In
thu operating expenses of i0j,7i.7, The only
ilepattme-nt which showed 1111 Increase, wus
that of ma 1 1 mid miscellaneous earnings,
where there was an Increase ot 3,ii!. Tho
gtoss tonnage for .1 miliary was J.',23 1,520, 11
dci-ronso of vJ,131; opoiuttng expenses weio
$l,BI4,7b9, 11 ilecrcii-e of $1W,7o7; net earnings
were 7'A"37e a elect immo of $lSii.i,i7; the d.j
licit fill tici mouth was ilM,:J, against n
surplus of ?W,177 for the same month of last
.M.i) Pass Over tlio Vein.
Washington, Mnrch 1. There Is much
stir In thu hnusu anil beu.ito over tho new
chute tho president has taken in vetoing
Unlit of way bills thiougli thu Indian conn
tl). It Is piopoae-a to otganue and Pass tho
bills over tho veto. If possible. Tills In
dudes tho Oklahoma Central, Alkansas &
Noilheiu and tlio Kansas City, Oklahoma
ex. Pucillo bills, and thc-ie was a conference
lo-du) of 'senatois and niembeis dliectly
Interested In these tllieo bills, and It wits
agreed lo work along this line, Tha effort
lu pass the bills ovvi tliu veto may be made
J3g.lir Null Pllsltloile
Kt, Paul, Minn., March 1, The Poneer
Pi ess to-day says;
John M, 13gan, formerly president of the
Great Western and last summer president
of the General Managers' Association, dur.
Ing the big strike, hus been appointed gen
eral manager of 11 "Western line," It Is
stated that that line Is ilia Colorado Mid
land, which leceutly asked separation from
the Atchison. Topeka & Santa To on uc
count uf It being self-supporting, Noth
ing more dellnltc than this is known about
the appointment, ot which hundreds of the
foremost rullioad men in the count iy will
be pleased to hear.
Depot I'liius Ac it pled.
St. Joseph, Mo., March 1. Hepreaenta
lives of all the railroads Interested In the
St. Joseph Villon station, which burned.
tiiiee wicks ugu, mc-i nere to-nay, Tna
annual eleutlon of oillcers resulted In W.
C. Hrown being chosen piesldent, ami Kd
ward O, Iliowue, secretary und treasurer,
Tho plans for a new station were Inspect
ed, uud that of 3. J. I3ckel, which calls for
a structure to cost NWyxi, was accepted.
Omaha. Neb., March 1. Tho conference
of the Western railroad olllclals In the In.
terest of a new freight rate schedule col
lapsed to-night, and the rnerubei. left for
Y014 cuw, liuyo 'i4 juuruu) doltrt
ered nt jour dour for Tlftcc-u cuut
':-r nm t,-