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TTTtt KANSAS CITY JOUHXAT, SATfUPAY. MA1UMI 2. lsOa
KRIJEGER AGAIN '.NDIGTED,
tuo mohi: cii .ts aiiainst tiii:
itsru i: ! tiii: n:Aci:.
The (Imml .lory .iljiinrn In Mnrrh 111,
When Cnnlilrrillmi (if llii furrtlnn
fraud t'nr Mill lie Itisunieil
MnrpArrrsIs In llc.Vliidr.
The special craml Jury etcrlny re
turncil sK moie ImllctmcuK live of
which nre ntrdlnst violators of the elec
tion laws nml the nlxtli ngnlnt Wllllnin
WrlRlit, who lleeceit I'nrmcr A. Wltto
out of 70 by n coltlldencd Binno, Two
pnco tram. Two
ntiili nre uVnlti't
of the llvo election frauds; nre apn
Justice Ovvon KrueRcr, one of which li
for Hiding In the casting nml cnuntlnt:
of HIcKnl votes In precinct 5 of the Sec
ond ward, and one for the same offenses
In precinct 6. Ills brother, Hntplt Krite
Rcr, Is nfinln Indicted for lending n hand
to the accomplishments of the frauds In
the Second ward. '
The other two election offender not
having been ni rested last night, their
names were not made public, but It win
whispered that one of the Indictments
wns ngnhut u Second ward Judge and
the other against a Judge In the Ninth
No further nrreit of the men Indicted
At the llrst report of the grand Jury
were made yesterday, anil It Is bellced
that all the Indicted persons who nre In
the city have now been npprehended ex
cept the two whose names nie not jet
known who weie Indicted jesteiday. At
the conclusion of yesterday's woik the
grand Jury was adjourned In Judge
AVofford until March 111, on which date
It will take up again the Investigation
of the election fr.uidi, which has nut yet
been half concluded.
From the character of some of the
witnesses ewimltied csteiday. It Is evl
dent that the grand jury Is going to
turn the searchlight on the conduct of
affairs In the olllce of Itccorder Owsley.
The Intention Is to llml out who com
mitted the forgeries by which Hretner
mann nml Keshlear were counted In and
to Hk the blame for numerous other lt
regularltles In connection with the olllce.
Mr. Owsley himself Is the subject of In
vestigation now, and the result may be
.far from plenstant to him. Attorney AV.
11. Lucas, who was In the olllce of tbo
recorder of voteis when the forgeries
were dlscoveicd. and who has since de
voted considerable time to Investigating
them, was the most important witness
summoned yesterday, and the grand
Jury kept him for a long time.
Marshal Stewait was In no particular
hurry yehterday about making arrests.
The capiases for the live offenders In
dicted yesterday were placed In Ills
hands shortly after 1 o'clock, but he
made no move to send deputies out after
any of the men. Of course there wns no
special need for hurry in the cas.es of
the two Kruegers, since they aro al
ready under bond, but there aie two
other men who may take advantage of
the marshal's slowness to leave the city,
as some of their companions In crime
have already done.
AVcm Witnessed !' Messrs. Votes linil l..i-
ton, lii'prpHoiitlng tli" K.uisis city
Messrs. Dent Votes and William A. Iw
ton returned fiom New Oilcans ycsterdiy.
They visited the Crescent City for the pur
pose of witnessing the M.irdl Gr.is celebra
tion and acquiring Information to bo used
in (jetting up thu Karnlval Krcwe festlvi
tlesiert fall. They left here a week ago,
bearing 'letters, from the Karnlval Krone
otllcers and fro the olllceis of the Commer
cial Club, board of tr.ido and other bodies
in this city. They arrived In Now Orleans
on Monday morning and soon afterw.iul
presented their letters to Mr. II. II. Smith,
hceretarv of the board of trade ot New Or
leans. Th.it gentleman showed them the
city nnd some of the suiioundlng coun
trs, and Introduced them to many ot the
representative citizens ot the city, and
eorne of the distinguished visltoi.
"It was estimated by tiro new "papers and
many of the citizens of New Oi leans that
there was between 2:0,000 and M0.WO visit
ors In the city dining the festivities," (.aid
Mr, Yates jtsterduv. "Mr. Law ton nnd I
paid $3 each for the privilege of sleeping
together in a small room. A Iv.in-.as city
nn named Smith paid $2 lor a bed In a
b-ith tub. Theio wem tnrco parades, the
llrst of which was called the l'roteiii par
ade, and was preceded by the nrrlv.il of
lte. by was ot the river. Ilex arrived mi
Monday morning and was given a royal re
ception. The Proteus parade followed, and
at night the l'roteus ball, which was a
veiy Select altalr, was given. Next after
noon the ltex parade occurred, It was fl
owed at nlKht by the Comus parade ad
the Ilex and the Comus bill;. Unci, spe
cial trains were run from Cleveland, o.,
la one of which the Cleveland (.rays, a
crack military company, traveled Wo
learned many tilings during our stay In
New Orleans that will bo of use In getting
up the net Karnlval Krewo parade.
m:hy i).ici:i.i:is vtoitK.
Mxtien htiek "t Djimiultn Murcil In tlio
County Cnurt Mouse.
The county court vvoa Informed jestcrday
that sixteen sticks of dvnamtto bad been
ttored In the b moment of the court house
in this. lily. County Surveyor O'l-'laherty
was tent for and ho explained to tlio couit
that the explosive had been used In blast
ing on county rouls, and had been put In
one ot the tool chests, which wero stored
In the building. He was diiej-ted by the
court to ha.o thu cxploslvu removed ut
""iMhe dsnumlto had bv any means been
exploded the whole building, which cost
the countv $7iJ,i, would hive- been ile
Mioieel. The lliidlng of the explosive led
to the absurd report th.it an attempt hid
been made to exterminate tho county court.
Responds eniclently to every demand of
Klllful cookers Dr. Trice's Cream ll.ikiiig
I'owder, Positively limitless in nrako up.
It ll.l" round II (mnil Ilium'.
The biby left at the Humane oltlco on
Thiilad.iy by u mjstetlous vlsltur. who in
filled to give his name, has been adopted
Into a good family. The parentage of the
child Is being kept a secret, though it Is
yald to bu known to Police .Matron -iag-
,rei l. Any way. mu poueu niamui icui .c
itii.. seuled envelone-. tatd to contain a
loulract, by which all claim to tho child
is tuli-atcd by Its nearest relatives, In the
poscccslou or trie cruet oi ikiiicu je-aierua).
The namea of tho people who havo adopted
tho child will be kept a secret, If poaslble,
to that tho relatives of tho child may never
Intel fern with its pn-seni oivneifclilp,
Mrs. Taggeit vvua willing to say but very
llttlo concerning the Mrunso cas,o ester
ilay. Those wlio weio iclated to the ehlM
were concerned In Its future only to the
extent that thev v-urncd to be- sure that It
secured a good homo by adoption. They
, tould not havo been In destitute circum
stances, because they ottervd to pay for the
caie of tho child for two months In ad
vance, or for any length of time neeeasuty
for the tecurlng of a good home and good
people to adopt It, Heine assured of Its
happy adoption, thut was all they cared to
know of It III tho future, they said, for
fear that they might ilalrn possession of
tho .child ut a futuie date. Mrs. 'laggert
required a contract, duly signed, waiving
nil light on the part of the bulij's patents
to know the names and wheieabouts. ot the
people who have adopted the child.
Hi (mini Its Aitlnii,
The board of public workssyesterday
morning rescinded lis action in approving
the ordinance for changing thu grade on
Tenth, fiom (Stand to l.ocust, in order to
inveslltrute tho matter more thoiunghly,
The board approved icsolutlons for sprink
ling Eleventh, from Sinta Ve to Mulberry:
Sluiberry. from Eighth to Thirteenth, arid
Fourth, from Grand to Hroadvyay. The ue
tlon of the board In approving the cIuiiko
of crade on Oak street, from a point 173
feet south of Ninth to Tenth street, wus
Have you given our Weir City and Cher
okee see coal a trial? For domestic use It
has no superior. Place jour order for a
ton of this coal and you will use no other,
l'rice. Jj.75 per ton delivered.
' CENTRAICOAI. AND COKE CO,
Stlmhuno ill, Keith & ferry. bldgv
GRADUATES IN DENTISTRY,
The Kmii t lly lli-nlnl Lnllegn Holds Its
'J lilrlrrnlli Vnniiil t'linitiK'tii rment
-I tin lllliili( I.
The thirteenth nnnuat rxer. ls.-s of the
Knn. Cits Dental college wrre held nl
tho Auditorium I ist night In the practice
if an nndlrnro which Illicit the hoii-r. The
stage and boxes were elaborate! dnornted
with red, white nnd blue bunllnx nnd the
stage wa rt off by a profusion of Mow
ers nnd tropical pliht
After a selection by the ori lutra ltlhop
t!, It, Ilendrlx olTprrd prajrr. Mr. Wllllmn
Angus Dclterry dellvrrrd the salutatory,
which was filled with good ndvlre to his
fellow classmen, to be worthy ot their alma
mater and of their profession l'rofeor
llnthbone delivered the faculty address.
He reminded the clas that Its studlot wero
not at an end, but that they hnd Just b
gun. He reviewed at length the history of
medicine ami ilosnl with the best wishes
of the fnctlltv for the greatest measure of
suciess for each and everj nu'inlier of the
CllW. , . ,
Mr Amos l,ee Ourrv ibllvrrcd the vale
dletnn, expn-shiK the solemnity of thr
neenslon and adjuring his elupsmutos to set
their mirk hlsrh nnd tr to renrh It
IIIhop Iti-udtlx delivered a very line ad
dr" to the cl.i, though ho hart been
called upon at th- last moment to fill the
place of another The bishop Ih-bhu b str
ing that the ineinhers ot the i lass hive
eeael to lie private eltlst-ns and have be
come professional men. Honest and fair
dealing tie the basis of the r httlons sus
tained bv the professional man to his cli
ents, and n man by vlttuo of being a pro
fpsslonnl man Is plodded lo do his best In
the service of his fellow men. A man
should be thoiouuhlv rounded out nnd not
bound by the limits of his own vocation A
man should be not only a minister, but n
theologlin; not ontv an advocate, but a
lawicr: not only n dentist, but a physician.
Character Is the vital thing In professional
lire nnd this unites all profeslons nnd they
stand elbow to elbow, Ilqnlpinent for sen
lie, help for the tie.-dv. Is the kevnote of
professional life. These are the holy spots
where the lawyer, the phvslclin. the minis,
ter meet, (.'hnracter. loutage and tender
ness are the three clilif elements ot pro
fessional success "
The degree of I 1 S. was then con
ferred upon each member of the rl.iss bv
Ur. I. (.' Wns'on, ot Topel.it, and the fol
lowing ptl?es nwarded:
I'Jrst prize of J.) for the best general flnal
examination, offeted by tho faculty, to A.
Second prize of $25, for t.econd best llnal
examination, oITcied bj the faculty, to J.
A. Nov It t
Cold medal offered by It. 1. reason for
best practical work, to W. It. Dellaven.
Honorable mention was made of W. II.
Ilrnstnnn nml M. It. Metrlei, of the clas
The rreshnvm medal, offer rd bv Or .1 1).
Ilnlllntrswnrth, for best work, was award
ed to W i:. Cutler.
The inl7e ot n. et ot stngle.il Instruments
offered b Ur .1. 1) Orllllth. for the best
work in surgery, was awarded to W. A.
The prlo for best work In prosthetics
was awarded to li. A. Henderllght.
The following are the members ot the
class ot TO I
O. It Tiurns .7. T T.onirstreth, John Har
ber. Jesse Jllller, lMward I. Conrad, J. W.
II Dell.ivcn, Charles I. Glenn, Overton M.
S ml, Chirles M Palmer, Amos I Curtv,
Willi mi. i:. I'm row. Samuel M McDonald,
James A. Nevitt, reidlnnnd J 11. Hush,
Abiam P Preston, Arch Thompson, Milton
II Metider, Hairy I.. Provost, Walter II.
Illackwell. Henry W. Cusscns, Sharks N.
Smith, Willi un H. ltrosmaii, Walter '..
Wright, Theron I. Itr.uibtettcr, Thomas a.
Newell. Julian C. Boeiio. John W. Vaughn,
George A. Adcock, William DoHerry, Jo
seph Lutr. Prederlck II. ltlley. Albert U.
Strelcher, Walter It. Gwln, Ch tiles C Need
ham, Unity W Halthtopc. 1. eland P. Da
vis, George J Gecneri, I'innklln K. Mun
day, Hrlc C Wntklns.
At the close o tho exeiclses the annual
bamiuet was Riven at the Midland hotel
Dr. C. li. llungerforil neteil as toistmaster
and the following piognimme vns len
det el :
"The Graduating Class," Dr. Theodora
"Itesponso for the Class," Dr. O M. Saul.
"Kansas Cltv Dental College," Di. A. II.
Thompson, of Topek.i.
"The Kansas Dcntlit," Dr. la. C. Wnson,
"In 'Old MI7oiirn" Dr. C. II. Ditby.
"TheeMnti Who Pav s the freight," cx
MavorAvilllani S. Cn.vheid.
"The Dentist as I Havo Known Illm,"
Dr. It. I, Poars-on.
"The Alumni," Dr. S S. Mlllett
"Medicine nnd Dentistry," Dr. J. N. Jick
Eon. DEMOCRATIC TACTICS.
Ki-slllear's .Vltnrnejs ITslin; Uveij Cleans
Pn-lbln to Drhlv tile Keiouill l.e-
ordiT Arimld l)ls-usti il.
Kecorder of Voters Arnold Is dlsRtisted
with the dilatory tactics of the uttorness
for the Democratic conte-,tees In the re
counts begun before him. After over a
week had been spent on the DeHord-Mc-Curdy
contest, only one precinct had been
lecounted, tho Twiritj-llfth. Tills case has
now to be laid aside until the Sloan-Kesh-le-ir
case Is completed. The tie omit In
this case was bosun yesteid ly ami the llrst
two precincts of tho i'itst w.ud wi re lln
islied. Tho anornejs for .Mr Keshlear
made every possible objection to everj
billot eaiinu d. tor the purpose of gaining
time Nothing of Intel est was hrutight out
jesterdaj. The recount will be continued
A d.iv after the fair ate tlio unsuccess
ful rivals of Dr. I'll, i-'s Hiking Powdei.
In their cltoits to belittle the world's fall
aw ud to in 1'iiti's they exctto amuse
ment and do no haim.
wn.i. taki: caiii: or tiii: icoaii.
Pri-slili'lil Uoihc l.i-plli-s to the Opinion nf
tho It J Coiiiisi Inr.
President c. V. Morbe. of the Metropolitan
Sticct lt.illw.iy Company, who Is also piesl
dent of tho Stock Voids Couifi my, jester
day sent to tho city cleric a reply to the
opinion ot the city counselor in thu mat
ter of the liability ot the city In tho vaca
tion of Hell street .so far as the .Metropoli
tan compiny Is i-onceined. Piesldent Morse
says that ho has had the nccess.uy reso
lutions drawn, to bo adopted by the diteet
ots of the Metropolitan company, also a
form of consent by the tompiuy for the
vacation of the sheet, and a losolutlnu to
be adopted by the Stock Yards Company
granting the tight of way to the Metro
politan company In the evejit of the vaca
tion of the sheet until such I line as a satis
factory franchise Is pioeured for the street
tnllwiiy company on other sheets. A nieet
Ing ot the dlrcitors of the two compinles
will be held early next week, and the ac
tion outlined In Piesldent Morse's letter
HUH. DIM! I'UtMII.S.
Judge lilll Will llivist NUn.OOU In Ilrlik
Judgo Tinner A. Gill took out a permit
csteiday to build a bilek tenement houso
ut 1C11 and 1C13 Cenhal sheet, to cost UW
The building Is lo bo 51x00 feet, utid Is to bo
completed bj October 1,
Hitienlug Hins, took out a permit to build
a bilek business building at ltd and SCI
Statu l.lue, to cost ?.0oo,
William Spencer took out a permit to
build a frame residence at .'DI Agues ave
nue, to cost Jl.VoO.
Scaling & Tamlil) u sold for CI. M. Casey,
of Clinton, Mo., thu well known Shorthorn
breeder and tnlscr, one car of eighteen
head of thoioughbied Shorthorn sieeis,
uvuraglng 1,37- puunds, at Jj5o. Thesu
steers were from U months to w months
old, and thu uvciago age Is 21 mouths.
for u car lot of latllo these have tho
lincst stylu, and the best matured lor their
age, of cattle ever otteii'd at this or uny
other in.nkci, utul they biouuht il ii over
tho top hue, and aro also the tops our
unythlng elso In the country to-day by
ncaily a dollar per cw t. Thesu cattle wero
bought by J. 11. l.eunoii, bead cuttle bu)er
for tho Aimour Packing Company, and
lire to bo dressed tor their Kansas City
hade. Tho Aimour Packing Company bus
bouuht Mr Casey's cattle heretofore, and
us they uru Hie lluest orfeied, theio Is u.
big demand for tho me-at, ami Weber, the
well known Walnut shiet butcher, will cut
them. Ho also handled them bcfuie. and
the demand lor this first-class meat speaks
well for the hotels nnd cllUens of Kansas
City, us well as lor the packing bouses In
furnishing them tho iholcest of miiit.
All cattlemen um unanimous hi pro
nouncing theso us tine a lot of cattle as
were ever seen together, and Mr. Casey Is
to be coiiKiatulated on his success In rata.
ng and shipping to this market the llueat
cattle ever offered.
GOING TO CHICAGO TO-NIGHT?
The Burlington fast train "Ell" leaves at
5:50. The only line serving meals on the
cafe plan between Kansas City and Chi
cago, In addition to rcjulur meal service.
This entire train Is equipped with all mod
ern Improvements. Service une-cellcd
...y'VojTju' K 'uaiy-cviJ
OF INTEREST TO STOGKMEN.
WI.MI.lt tlMIH' IV It s t'Aril,ril.
III IIS t M s AI.IA I Mttil.,
InrrriMiil Trillin; on Hie lluni-r- Hu Made
the lien Ipts l.irgi r than llnrliig I'n -
ibuis Ulnli rs-t IiiiIik l.vp.irt
sirers c It ut an Adviim -.
The winter trnde In Texas cattle Is
developing Into quite n business. The
lntteitse In cnttle feeding on thu rango
Is having a telling inllucticc on the u
celils of cnttle from that section during
the winter months nnd reshaping the
lunge cnttle business. There were rc
cilved here during l-Vbruary In the
iiuarntttlne, or Texas, division 112 c irs.
or 10,7.11 head, nguiiit 19 J cms, or l.'M 1
head, the (mine month last year, and. IlJ
cars, or i'.lll heat, In rcbruti), 1VM,
Theio weie mote high priced citttle In
here )esterday thttti for n long time. N'
less than II.) bend sold ntlFl.w nml over.
II. W. Sleg, of Sprngue, Mu wns here
with llfly-llvc choice export sleets ft out
Vernon county, Mo., nveraglng I, ISO
pounds. They wero sold by Hen L.
Welch ,i Co., at $5.10, the highest ptlce
for n long time, with the cxieptlon of
tho il. M. Casey premium ShorthoiriH,
which brought $G.r0, a special notice of
which will be found clscwhete.
A. M. Chambers and l- At. Albln,
Chllhowee, AIo., hnd In hogs yesterday.
Sol lCiihn, Henry count), AIo, was
hole vetenlay with llftcen nice steels
that nvctiiged 1,1!'5 pounds and sold at
J. It. Alllchcll. Valley Kails, K.ts.,came
In ycstetd.iv with hogs.
lid Tullaferio, Hflllngham, Kas., was
hero utter fecdets jestenlay. 1U s.i)a
there mo not more than half as many
cnttle In Atchison county us this time
last jour. Hogs the same.
Thomas Clayton, Client tlriul, Kas.,
was In yesterday with hogs.
lleitjamln Wnrr, Chclopn, Kas , was
ut the yntdH )esterday with hogs.
P. At. Hutchison, AtWsouil Clt), AIo.,
was hero yestetdav with hogs,
W, II. l.lnton, Cherry vnle, Kas, was
in yesterday with cattle nml hogs.
C. W. Millet, Wlnlleld, Kits., was here
jestcrdav with cattle.
IJell .xt Tally, Piedmont, Kas, were
at the yards Jestetday with cattle and
J. AV. Slocombe, I'eabody, Kas., had
In cattle nnd hogs yesterday.
J. 11. KlniiiMi', I'owhattan, Kns , came
In yesterday with cattle and hogs.
Itoblnson Hros., Towandi, Kas, had
In cattle and hogs .vestetday.
.7. S. flood, Canada, ICas., came In yes
terday with hogs.
Derenbaugh .t Craddock, llnvann,
Kas., weie In ycsteid.iy with hogs.
Welch & Hrown, lltircliiiid. Neb., were
luie yesterday with hogs,
W, T. Goto, Liberty, Neb., was In yes
tot day with cattle.
Ciuiin & T)ler, Hoiiner Springs, Kas.,
were on the jatds yestetdnv with hogs
C At Iliinna, Kllluwood, Kas, was ut
the yards jesterday with cattle nnd
hogs. He sivs cattle are 20 per cent
short In Harton count). Number of
hogs about the same ns Inst )car. Coin
IS cents. Wheat looks well.
II. W. Gllmaii, l.ur.'iy, Kas, had 111
I") Itlsk, New Alniket, AIo, came In
yesterday with cattle
O'Neill .x; lllnes. Winchester, Kits,
weie heio )cstctday with hogs.
J. II. Gtegg, Hmon, Kits., had In cat
tle yestcidii) .
John P.ukliison, Pomona, Kas., was In
)esterda) with cattle.
D. H, ArcAdow, Sheldon, AIo., was In
yestenluy with hogs.
13. 11. Ilerrtdon, l.aru, ir, AIo, was rtt
the y.nds xott'iriay with cattle, hogs
Otis I'.tooks, Vining, Kas., had In cat
tle ) cs tenia y.
W. AI. lliecn. Trail Ic Center. Kas.,
came In with cattle and hogs jestetday.
Tratik .Michaels, Scranton, Kas., was
beie jestetday with hogs.
BELL CLOTHING COMPANY.
Kansas lly Smutch u Vnlii ibtc A eesslini
tn Its llu-!uis I slabllsliuulits
.VIiiu ii;er l.ttllnr;i r.
The business establishments of this city
have received a very notahlo accession In
the coming to this city ot Air. S. Httllnger,
the m.in.igci and jitopilctor of the Hell
Clothing Company, which will open up at
7tii Alain stiect to-day. Ah. IHtllnger was
until icccntl) one ot the most piomlnent
met chants of Topeka and he has built up
an immense bu-lness there. Hut he feels
that Kansas City is the city of the future
In this part of the country and he lues
cast his lot here.
This establishment Is the direct result
of the mlsslonaty woik of the Coiunieulal
Club and It i omes to this illy under the
most f.ivuiable auspices. All. lHtllngcr
was for seventeen )e.us in business in To
peka and his personal worth Is .attested by
tho fact that lie was for three successive
teims cleeti-d to the city council ami re
signed the ptesidincy of the ouncll to
come to Kansas City ami make this his
home for the futuie. Ills business was
eminently successful In Topeka and he
leaves lis a. testimonial to his success one
of tho lincst business blocks in the capital
city of Kansas. Ills business outgrew the
city and he eomes to Kansas City for
mote room than even the sp iclous Kansas
avenue alfords. As a ineri bant and bus
iness man. Air ilttllngcr will prove a
valuable addition to Kansas City.
ltiiDHui'ito.v ti:iti iiir.vri:s.
'litasiiier (irtin MiKgi ts iiiiWluendnilut
to the Ch u if r.
City Treasurer Green wants a charter
amendment adopted at the special election,
which will. In all probability, be held, mak
ing changes In the charter provisions for
requiring the acknowledgment ot certifi
cates of purchase of I ind sold for taxes,
and requiring them to bo filed with the re
(oider of deeds.
As tho law operates nt present it e-osts
DO i-ents to have the certificate! of purchase
of laud sold tor taxes acknowledged, which
must be done before the eeitlllcate call bo
llle-d with thu reconler of ilee-ds; It costs
Jl I') to file It with the recouler of deeds;
when the owiur of the laud icdecms It,
as Is done In almost every case, he must
pay back these- costs to the person who
bought the taxes and must n ly cents
to havo the certificate ot redemption ac
knowledged and It to record the same.
Tills nukes a total of 3.I'J by the time the
propel ty Is ledeemed, In addition to all
the other costs. Then, If ho sells the prop
erly afterwards, he must piy Jl to thu ab
stracter for showing the certificate of pur
chase was iccoided and another $1 to show
that tho certificate of redemption was te'
corded, making a total of 3 0 on the piop.
erty when linnlly sold by tho owner.
Tu usurer Gleen wants the charter to pio.
vide that the certificate of purehatu shall
rneicly bo a icce-lpt for tho two )e.iis be.
foie tho deed Is given b) thu city Tho
tre.isuiei's olllce Is an olllco of record and
will show the sale mid re-dornpllon of the
piopeity without the various Instrument
being recorded in thu recorder's olllce.
In riorld.i. the laud of llowers.Dr. Trice's
Hiking Powder Is favorite. It leads In itll
CH) Hall .Villi.
The board of health will hold Its weekly
meeting this nioinlug and discuss the Hello,
foutuluu avenue sewer mils nice,
A Jury will be impaneled Alaich so In the
matter- of tho condemnation of Hales ave.
line, fiom Cailton place to Fifteenth sheet,
The clly hull was closed yestetday after
neon to allow the city employes to attend
tho Piovldent Association benellt at (ho
Superintendent 'of Streets Dodds and
Councilman Kldwell will nnko a trj,,
through tho Alain street sewer this morn,
lug, Thu repairs on thu sewer uto Hearing
The report of tho city auditor for the
month of l-'ebruaiy was llled )esterday with
the comptroller. It shows receipts of $!,.
6M.4J for the month: enpendltuies of Mi,.
C 37.79 ; a balance rebruary 1 of W2,725.7ti,
and a balance March 1 of l55S,3g6 W.
Low l'riceti Coal
Place your orders with tho Central Coal
and Coke Co. for the best grades of soft
coal at prices unheard of before In this
market. Weir and Cherokee lump. 13 75:
nut, J. -0; Itich Hill lump, ?.'.-J per ton.
Wakne ;,..; zi;"'
At this senson everyone should tako
a Hood Fpriiiff inotllcilie, Tho blood
lias become loaded with Impurities
and tho vvltoli; syetem should bo lcno
vntetl. Xnttiro erics for help mid If
there Is not a prompt mid satisfactory
response, the penally must sooner or
later bo paid In serious illness and
This demand can only bo met by
tho purifying, ciiriclihi? and
elements to be found in Hood's Sarsa.
pnrlllu. That this is the best medicitio
for you to tnUu is proven by the fact
that it Ins tin; lunjcst pales utul accom
plishes the greatest euros of any medi
cine in tho world. It purities, tho
blood, creates un appetite, builds up
the nervous system find renovates this
entire body. Do not he induced to buy
anything oln. Insist upon HOOD'b.
A Boy's Llfo Savod.
"I cannot pmlso Hood's Sarspiirllla
enough for what It hnH dono for my boy.
Porno four years nijo, when si years old,
George was attackod by hip diseno In his
right leg. Wo had to get him a pair oi
crutches, with which ho was nblo to move
about, but became badly de-formed. Wo
hnd to havo his right leg lnnccd Just above
tho kneo. In n few weeks a second soro
broke out, both discharging freely. Agou
irlng pains atllicted him, ho could not bear
to no moved, his growth was stopped Htitl
In a short tlmu he was a mero skeleton.
A PAPER ON FRANCHISES.
ki:.i i-.i:t oi:i. tin: it.vt: asmii-i vi kin
MY At KIKMIV t). II. lllll.Ml.s.
Ho I'.lkes till (.loiinil 'I hut Inrrstcil Cap
ital Sliiiulil lie Dealt Willi Ivllnlly
lij .IliinlrlpilftlesUliat It
Dims Cur Cltlo.
The Kansas City Har Association will
heiiaftei, without doubt, hold Its monthly
meetings In the moms of the Commeiel il
(Jltili. It held its llise nicetliiK tin to last
night, and the liiinloin tipholsteiy nf
those quuteis fiaveil the vay fot a un-inl-inoiis
acceptance of a lettei of Invitation
leielvnl by l'n.slilnit I.alliroii for the as
sociation to usti tin- looms lieu-after, inas
much as a nunibi r of tlu ineiiibcrn vieic
akso meinlie-rs of ihe t bib.
Tho piograimnii toi last night's meeting
wus mi Inti n sting and dhcisltlcd one.
The Hist paper of the evening was upon
"Contilliutoiy Negllg, ncc." Ml. J. It. lu
giah.im was tbo author cf It. Ho Heated
Ills heaieis to a full and iuteiestiiig hls
loiy of this eletiunt ot Jutlspi mleiic-u in
ll.ssoiiri Horn the common law down to the
pn s. lit ill).
Colonel lleotgo W. Winder read a llt
ui uy paper upon the "1'oetr oi I.iw,"
iiuii Ml. O. II JJmn gave i. ei Insttuitlve
und Iuteiestiiig talk upon "Hngllhli Conns
and Inns ot I'oiuts," Mr. Denton Ilium
ti uited upon the lifo and works of lnvld
Dudley l'ield. Tlio i losing paper ot the
i veiling was thai of Mr. D. II. Holmes
upon "I'laiichlsi s und Mu ilc-lpalllles." Tills
paper, which at tin pics-ru tlmu is espc
ciallj iijiropos, lollows-
"Mr. 1'ie-Mdeiit and t!eiitleiiien: Theie Is
uotlilng 111 the subject aligned mo lor this
evoulug which Is of mote pceullat luteiest
to lavvseis than to otlur men. No dls
pllteil ipieMlons of l.i n in u u uurully sug-gnste-ii,
none vvhli h ui cf ppcclal lutipst
on account of tin ii novelty. I shall, theu
lorn submit a ! vv ihoui.liis fcimplj from
the standpoint ui' tile ell en, in the hope
that they may tuinlsh noil toi leliccilou.
In suggenting this suhjeet, 1 assume tli.it
our woitliy picsidciu meant not to use the
wold fliaucliises' In a ti clinical sense, hut
rather to cpicss those inactions which
can be leg.ilfj everelsed within the uji
iioiato boiiud.it lus of a iniiiilclpjlli) only
bv authoilty of municipal giant
"Thesu ho.e-allc-il It. in. lilies bpilug chli lly
out of the paininnunt control wlilch evcij
miiuUlp.ility Is picsumcd to pot-siss ovei
IIS plllllle Stleels, vvllelllH Invested Willi
il feu simple owneislilp o- imiely clothed
with n public ease-mint When It Is io
mi inlii rid tliat a cltj of tie sln of Kansas
e'lly Is the owner ol vsu miles of public
highways, with tho exclusive power to con
tiol tho la) lug and imilut nam o of water
ami gas mains, eUctilc.il mil otlu-i uniler
giound conduits or taihvvuvs, clectilo lU'ht
lug ami suict lullioads, I. Is easy to un
derstand what a etupemlous lesponsllilllty
is Imposed on the municipal nuthoiltles,
and how thoroughly tho eltj's prosperity
and glow th are depeiulnit noon the wise
and Judicious umicIsm of those powers.
What would Kiinsaos t'Hy be to-day with
out gas 01 ilectilu lights, without public
wntir, without Its stiiet rallioads.' I
fiuiey that but for Iheni our city popula
tion and ttiMiblo wealth would have been
so compariitlvi ly Imdgnhlcaut that the
nmnhir of u-sldent lawyers would havo
been too small to luiui a local bar associa
tion, and no such topic as tho one under
cousiloiallou would have suggested Itself
us being of any luteiest to thodenleiis of
Mich u town Hut all of theso things wo
now have, thanks tu thu upbulldcis of
Kansas Pits , , ....
"Now that wo huvo them, how sh ill they
ho di alt with, Is the Impoituut question ot
tho day. How cimo tiny lit to will best
help tu answer It The men who laid tho
foundations of Kansas Clt and built upon
them Its lioblo iiiomimeiits of prospc-riiy,
tlio men who continued Us destinies for
tlio quarter of a eeiituiy which followed
the close of tho war Intweeu thu statts,
justly appi eclated tho niisoluto necessity
of eucouiaglng and piomoting tho Invest
ment of rioii-iesldent capital In their niliUt.
They know full well that there Is neither
neeessaiy nor natural conflict between cap
ital and l.ibor. that tho one cannot long
exist without the. otheij and that In order
to tiuu and listing prosperity It la is.
sentkil that the two go hand In hand,
reciprocally considerate and forheurant
of each other I'apltal was sought out,
and. believing It would receive fall treat
ment at our hands, It cume In unswe-r lo
our impoi limit UJ Chief among these to
ilcitatloiiN bei ause well Known to bo
chief factors and essential requisites to
uny consideinbl municipal growth, weie
tho ovtr-piei-slng demands lor me-n of
means, by tin Investment of ihelr capital
to breathe Into these so-called municipal
franchise the quickening breath of life.
So it is that we have gas and electrlo light
works, cable l'm-a, and I had almost said
water works. These meat public enlcr
orlses have Involved the expenditure of
many millions of dollars, most of which
went directly to the laborers who were
employed in their execution; and I ven
ture the assertion that scarcely a man of
wealth whose fortuna has been made In
Kansas I'lt). and there aro many such.
what he Is to-day if somebody had not
been found ready and Killing to tau holdj
3m. Is A m
the Best Months in Which to
And the Best Blood Purifier is
alll $&3!l &H I y !
1 9ipoir Bllcl
Which Purifies, Vitalizes and linriches the
tic lintl no appetite, nnd It wns hard work
to nuiko him cat enough to kiep him nllvc.
A fow weuks Inter we had his hip lnnccd,
ami following this flvo other eruptions
broko out, making eight rutirrlng sorm tit
all. Wo did all vro could for him, but ho
grow wenker every day, although wo hnd
three of the best physicians. As n Inst re
sort wo wero prevailed upon by rclntlvcs
who hsd taken Hood's Hnrmparllln with
bonellclal results to glvo tho medlclno a
trial. Wo got one bottle about the llrst
of Match, slid ho hnd tnken tho medl
clno only a few tlajs when his appetite be
gan to improve. When he hnd taken one
bottle ho could move about a little with
his crutches, which ho hnd not been able
to use tor tho preceding three months. Wo
continued faithfully with Hood's Hnrsapi.
rllla, and In six mouths hu wns
Ablo to bo Drooscd
nnd go about tho houso without tho
crutches. Ho has now taken Hood's Uar
sspnrllln rcgulnrly for eighteen month",
andforthopnst six months hns been with
out tho crutches, which ho hns outgrown
bysevernl Inches. Thesoreshavcnll healed
wlththocxceptlonof onewhlch Is rapidly
closing, only tho scars and nil occnslotinl
limp remaining ns reminders of his suffer
ing. Hood's Snrsnpnrllla in his case hns
truly dono wonders, nnd ho Is dally gain
ing In flesh nnd good color. He runs about
nnd plnys as lively as any child. Wo feel
an inexpressible joy nt hnvltig our boy re
stored to health nnd wo nlwajH speak in
tho highest terms of Hocel's Parnpnrllln."
Mns. IlESitr W. MuurUY, Uxetcr, N. II.
-if these miinii ip.tl franchises mil pn1
them to pi Hi Hi ll use
'Hut bow shall th v now lie deifl with
I lor one lieluvi that the slmul I In
treat d with gient filllie-ss tind lilui.blv
and Lhat Hie spai U of unfi leiidlin s- to
them whlili In tin last tew veins in Km
sas Cite has hi i n fanned almost into a
fl line nl avowed hostility, has dune nion
tliiui urij othei one cause to ibecle tlio
piosperous devc lopnieut of the iltv, nnd
that the direct loss to Its i Itleus oi -i
isioned tluiebv has aheady i seer did
by in my times the aggregate value of .ill
Hie munlelpil franchises with whlili the
eitv has had to deal. Any thoughtful
lieisoti must le.idlly iindei stand th it cap
ital which Is not already here i .iniioi be
led Into bellevelng that It will iculve .ins
limit' llbii.il tie itinent than that which
has already been Invested Hvui fiom a
pinelv selfish pollcv Kansas I'itj's iiiu
ulilptl titilhorltles , night, js fir as pos
sible, to see to It that Invested capital is
jealouslv protected and .nfurdtd eveiy
leisemable oppoi tunlt , not onlj tu be
come, lint to continue to be, leniuiit i.illve.
In no other way can what wo have to
oiler lie made MilllelenJIv ltti.utlve to
those whom we would gl idly Inducu to
"Hut we are told that the cltv has pitt
ed with valuable tranehlses for which she
has letelved nothing: a proposition which
Is fatrlv deli it, tide, and one which I am
constr lined to deny It Is doubt I, hi Hue
that nothing hn been paid for these fran
chises to tin- i Itj dire tlv. but this by no
means ptoves the piopositlnn asset ted It
must be eoneediil that the utlll.atlim of
these franchises h the giantees has caused
the t iMiblc- wealth ot Kansas I'uy to be
at lei-t ten Unless ns much as it would
iitlniwise have been: so that It tniiv I"
taiilv said that the city everyve.it tuelvis
at bast nine-tenths of Its lev-cniics Iroin
having parted with these fiain hlses On
the other hand, how Is il w Ith the gl uitees
lly way of illustiatlon, lot us take Hie
street railway lonip lilies, with whlili I
piotiss some speclil fniulll.iilty. Xearly
all of the existing franchises weie gi.uit
ed In lSV'i or slme Most of them hive
paid nothing to their htockliolders wortli
mentioning since iss'i, some, nothing at all
Ono Is but iiieiitly nut fiom under a ic
eelvershlp, while two others are still in
le-eelvers' hands, as the only im.ins ot
keeping them In op, ration, while still an
other was nev.r able to tun a i.u- over its
tracks, wlilch I bi llevo ate now being torn
up bv the Junk di.ihr as old lion Hut, I
hear' ou '. Mr Smith got nearly a mil
lion doll irs tor his Int. rest in Kansas City
cable lines. Tills. I gritit you; but pray ic
ininibei, as I am ciedlblv Infoitiied, (hat
wh.H Mr .Smith received was less Hi ill
what he had Investe I, with f. per c, nt hi
lt rest then on. These unite hlses will no
doubt be valuable In the future, but their
owners have alteadv had a long and
weary time of waiting. It Is gilevoiisly
wrong that our people should be led Into
overestimitiiig Ihe ie.il values ol these
franchises If our column. ..ty Is held too
high, no takers will be toimd in the m ir
kel. Thev are being llheially p ild lor, but
licoaue the lecdpts come in Indliectlj. like
they go out, under the national s stent of
i...1l.o t.isiltinil. the niviueut is not .o
sensibly felt tu appreciated
'l.0t tllu people Ol l lliaus lo liuecei-
nut aside this unnatural and huitfiil Jeal
ousy of the cute i prises that are- alreidy
located here l.et them once mine istind
to willing capital a w.li-omi and n frlendlv
naiiu. .lie. "..- . ... , ...0... . -...!. .... ...
ndverslly will soon hum nut, while the
Jocund day ot rciurnniK piospeiiiy utaitua
tiptoe on tho misty mountain top."
CO I SA'UM'IIIH.
S'ljs He Will licit Ills fuse Willi Ihe I'eei
pln on Its Merit.
jtr. Wiley n- -'n. whoso leslguallon ns
a 'member of tbo polle-o boanl, anil tho
t-ple-y liitercli.iiigo of lettcis between whom
and Governor Stone has cieiited u ioni-1.1.
eiiiblo bcnsallou hi tho last two elajs, was
asked by a Journal jcpurtm- esteicl.i If
hu hid any leply to ni.tko to the lutte-r
from tho gov el nor loimally accepting his
e'slKiiallou, which was publlsheii In thu
Journal eseiinv mornliig.
Vlr fox bmlle-d like u man who hail been
relieved of a gie.it liuiden, and said In had
nothing to t-ay foi publication. "I feel,"
said lie, "like u m in who has miule n kuo,
i aso and am willing to let It go lo tlio
Jury thu people on Its mult. 1 do not
bellevn 1 need to tear tho veidlct cf the
Itirv when It shall havo wilghed nil the
evidence, Ihynml that 1 have no i pl to
nuiko lo the governor's letter"
'I bo Itotlolll of tile Si-1
Ybkls no pearl that can exceed In beauty
ten th whitened and cleansed with that In
eomi'Uiahle dentifrice, the fr.isjiant Su-
.IIUCIli ." w 'uirti (uairi- ill, ill inej
kuius In which sucli teeth ato set Ho
bj ll's lus-t, ,..u m. ,iic ucni juutjers
In such inatteis.
1'oIIik !Vnloii mu,
Tho committee uppolnteU by the Holico
ltellef Abboclatlon to push tho police peti
tion bill, now before the legislature, te.
turned last, night from Jetferson City, All
l,a mpmbprs Of the committer fYlf pnn.
fldent that the bill would be patsed by the I
House, ii was pasocu uy mu senate on
The lectures on Folar Hlology at 1511 Cen
tral street at 3 o'clock p. m. each Sunday.
Admission is fre and short sketches of
characteristics of visitors are flven.
9 W M Wtek W
"My mother-in-law, Mr. Kliabcth
Wolfe, at the aiu of 7'J veais, was at
tacked with u violent form of i-nlt
ihcutn; it, spread all over her body,
ami her hands and limbs wete dicndfitl
to loo'.; at. At the Mine lime, my
little d'lUf'hter Clat.'t, who was jitt one
jettr old, wan a. .neked by a similar
til-ease, like scrofula. It appeared in
under each side of her neck ; she bail
attendance ot the family phj sielan and
other doctors for a lonjr. time, hut
seemed to glow worse. 1 read of
many peoplo cured of sctoftil.i by
Hood's Sarsnp.itill.i. As boon nswu
(,'avo Hood's tsarsfip.tfilla to Clara, she
begun toget better, and befoie tire litt
bottle wai pone, the sores entirely
healed up nml theio has never been
any sign of the distMsi' since. She is a
Healthy Robust Child.
Her grandmother took Hood's S.trsa
pitiill.L at tbo same time, nnd the salt
i Ileum decreased in its violence and a
pel feet euro was soon effected. It took
about thteo mouths for her rttre, and
t-ho jisi'tibis her good health anil
stiengthut her advanced ago to Hood's
Siii'siipiiiilln. It has cettainly been a
tiodsend to my family." Mils. js0i'iu,v
AVoi.ru, Zulfski, Ohio, lie sure to get
RESULT OF A COLLISION.
ImioIv ( title Killed at Hie lr I file mid
Itllu.uil.ie Itiltront t tossing.
-p, , ui ti iln on tin Kims is Cltv ,v. I ii
di pi 'idem i it Line that was i iiiving
l.iboiels tl mil leans is (-is tn vvolk along
the mad i in Into u stuck train on the
t'ldc.igii, Milwaukee ,v St, I'aul i.tllwitv at
Its Intel section with the Alt Hue about 1
o'clock jistiidny morning Tin- Air lne
engine- was uv 1 turned, two rielght cus
111 tllestoik tl.lln well Wlecked. nlid ulintit
twelltv inttle wete klllid. Hngilli er l'nd
Shephiid of the All line ti.iin, lump, d
ill'lt hi tole Ihe e l.ish enme. f'ile'lnau
i'oimtiiini' was still on the e tigltte when It
tinned mu, but ismptil Injury In a le
mark.ihle w i The vcieck was cleaitd
'iwav, and ti tins weie itiunlng as usuil nt
9 o'clock in tin- luuinlug
Strulis ns to how the necldcnt occulted
infer II wns cl ilineil bv the All- line en
gineer that a freight ti.iin on the Milwau
kee lend had Just passed over the missing,
and, supposing the wi to be clear. In
stiu lid alii id, arte i stopping- befoie leach
ing the i tossing, as usual. The, Milwaukee
pi nplo i.i i in that tlie'j had signals to
lIlCltHI- slKip-, vhsi- lio,
I'tlief sp, ,.rs II is Ills,,,e 1 , I'reseuei
ut fliiuhliug lustlttit Inn-.
Chief Speeis gave notii e yesterdnv after
noon to (he tollowillg hue ket ahop pin
prit tens thut they must (lose up the-ir
busliii ss or suiter finest; Cook .V. lslhbs,
N'o 1110 llaltlinoie avenue', dim ci Co, No.
S! Deliw.uc stieef, Hake r. Chun hill .V:
Co., N'hlth street, near Haltlmore avenue:
W. II Crlstlo .V Co, Dcl.iw-nie, near
Illghlh stieet. The claim Is made that
thesu linns arc miming nothing moie ih.tn
gambling Institutions. Three of the Hi ins
an- sulci to have nothing but so-called
e lock-work tickets In tlnfr pines. The
m u kit quol ittuiis on which In is ,ne
made are nut n-e-elve.l by win, but m
tnkiii from tape th it ha- In en piloted in
adv. line nf thu el.i.v's busliii -,s.
Chief Speers s.iid jt stent ij a, he held
a list nf the firms against which his in m
d.itc has gone lotili. "Hen me a f, w
111 nis that Will souii gn Into llipildatinn
Thej ate l tinning gambling phi. . s pm ,
anil sltuplo ami I piopnsv to see that tin v
are closeel borne of tlie un n b.p king oue
or two of these- ili-nih in c men vv ho hiv.
iiindo gambling their pinfcs-loii, Mim, .,i
them having been drlv n from .n nw Un
state Hue when gambling wis piuhihit. ,
111 K.lllh is. The 'c'ku'k-woik Kline,' is
thelis is known among ptuli -slfm.iis is not
a new one nnd his be . n pi i, tl I ,
broken up before in this -lie It tin in u
who .lie now limning Hi. -. in- m
K un-ns City do not elo-i th. v wiU Ik n-
"U'lvHi: ItVMvIN s.
'I lie t' i-ie Against Him UlsiiiUsi d I13 ittu
tico IC1111 gi r.
Me Ken K.uikin bpoke, In his own d, ti ut-o
and that nt .Mli-s t'atilcu ty.N't-lll, li.my
Puller anil 1. J. Johnson when tin i.u s
against tho four uuiiibeis or Il.iukiu s
company, which has been plilng in "The
Danltis," vveiu called III Justice. Kiuegii s
limit csiciduy moiiilug. liankiir look tho
giotind thut ho Intended to p.i thu bills
tho Ceiitiopolls hotel holds against him,
and for whlili be and his plijcis wire ,11
tcstid, the charge being obtaining hn.iiit
under fulm) puti uses He i-.ild tint neither
ho nor uui of his compaiij lt.nl in ule mlsu
ptelt lists In order to stop at thu Ccntiiip
olis, und none- nf them hail the tiuutest
Idea of defrauding the lioti 1 oinp.iuy
Attet' both sides of tho 1 use had be 111 pre.
M'lltell, tllu cases We 10 dismissed, thu jus
tice holding that no prouf of tiniidiileiii
intuit 1111 the pait ill' tho eluiend mis had
been picbcim il.
M, I'lilrlili's Hit.
The iiniiiial St I'atilek's eelebiallon will
bo held at the Aiicliliulum two weeks tioui
ta-innrrow night The pi 01 ceils will be 1I1
vlded among the I'icivlileiit Asbocl itlnii
tho Homo lor tin Aged. Ihe Iluutci 01 the
(iooel sin plu id, He oiph.uis' lionio and thu
Hi blew Heller See U-is. each of which 01
ganl.illons will be hive 11 .li"i tickets to sill,
thu pioce-tels to be letallle-el 'Ike spe.lklts
of tliu uve-uliig will lie- I'.itllut- ,1. .1 (ile-nnoii,
V. ().,; Hc'V. Cainiiion Maun, ol lltace Hpls
cnp.il chinch, aiiel Itibbl Schulmau, id the
M'e iniito. Thee eeleblatieill Will bo llllde 1- the
auspices of ihe Knlghls of IMthu
..., ....I,, ill.. I.'.il.l., t.e e....-i.. .
ei.lliieo, e .iiiiui.vi i,n,,.a ... .eiuriic.i,
Ancient Older of 111", ml ins and Irlsh
Um iiiiiiti-i- Milliti I'mitpid.
f". Anderson reporte d to the St. I.ouU
uveuuu police station labt night tint a
tall nun atte-mpteel to hold him up and
ruli lilm on West Ninth bluet, bur lie re
sisted ami IliKillj knocked lilm down, An
derson said that he then iuii auaj from
the prostrate footpad, e'ieetinK to tind a
policeman and etfeel hU capture. There
was no policeman neur and when he re
turned tha footnad was gone. Anderson
lives on North First street. In Kansas
City, Kas. Tne ponce are not inclined to
rcganl his story of the encounter with
a footpad In a serious manner.
Tor Throat HWc.ii- and fought, use
'Sroun't HroncAial "JrotAei." Si cu. a box.
I he Itr t merb III I'll J
I ter Htltlrli.
1 1 iiKitttM t limn n.
Wcfk Sunuiy Mit.Mirebt,
I'OI'I I ,11'
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c- ifi 1 ! 1 nir
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& S . THE DANITES.
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1 1 1 Iln e 1 his fti rioeoll.
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1 imii in nit In iiiorriMi 'i.titwinn
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II)-'' Hill I A I' H,
I.AhT :il)ip AiMI-UICAN
A.NCH rO . COMPANY
IIsT "0nin 'VLHT. WARTH "
Ni vt melt I HAM'ls VVII.sll.s,
And 1 1 1' n-iny In the roinl. opeen success,
"i 111 hi;v n.'s. iii.i'i 1 v."
s-ests now-on cili
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( tu.01 1 , tin. nrvrnrri. imnckic
lh Llniilii Malliir., Mir ti 3d .11 uy Sliitw's
ltlt; lltn li m ( mrii)iti
LADIES WHO VALUE I
j refined complexion must use Pot20ni's
HOmeUlM l-l-H'sfJJg'l-ae IL' PWi
13 THE BEST.
riT FOR A KINO.
Ov cr One Million Ptoplc wear tho
W. L. Douglas $3 $4 Shoes
Alt our iilioen are equally satisfactory
they kIvc tho best value for tho money.
Thev ripiul cuvtom (hoes In style unci fit.
1 heir wrnrlnc (utilities lire unsurpassed.
I tic prices are Uniterm, stimped on sole.
I'rnni ix to $3 caved overother mdlces.
II jour dealercannot supply ouwc cm. bolder
rfteLri; ,, -.ii
s-'Sl. 1, 7fl
-. . Mtl Mis, .ta Mlnnesntii Ave.
(. OI.HI s I' M.l I', s. ; ,.r. l ltli nml MU
It. r MO V Is. .-.to Vlnln M.
. VI. II tllN.lftV.il. mud Vve. ft,
Kill M II llltlls.. l:i:i; llruul re. .
lit I I) 1'lti: I . dill) , sprlucllebl tin, .1
iii-.m:v i i if. into vvn I7tli s,t, .
Tn DVV Mnieli -' at TU Walnut stieet.
opposite tin Mhll.tn I lintll at I" Jil li in -I'upiis
i.npet- t'ltp.us lit usseis nod
lni.1 iln l)n intiotii oak folding, bi I ost
Sill, 1 aittlipii otksid bu ud, i osi $r, I linn
UP lllli.llS cost n, un $i, lo $ln i at h twill
nut Mdihnud, 1 w limit snretat.v 1 lino
pitloi suit, J nut Im'IuIoi.m, u liedloellll
Milts, cots, lieddlUL,-, toilet sets, ,1 liildiln;
bids, 1 Hat top ile-sh, stiiiullni-and 1 toller
top, 1 book ease, 1 c ablnet, jtl.iss door s if( s,
hitinjiiit lamps, loiume-s, uiattlni;, beddlni-,
nilinirs, maiinsses. - vv spi lints i . ic
beat. Is, i oiiK sK,, s, n.isoline lllVlS c
ti nslon l.ttili s. cintil tallies, tdc;li b'i, Ic
dliilnit ih.iiis. u late fine lot of household
imods In vai ie tv I. idles nie nv It. d to at
ti nd Iln sab i mtslde Mies a stieil iltv
THU 11 I' SMITHStJN Ari-TIIIN CO
Tele pheilie i,T7 Alle tlonec 1 1.
KAUi: t'llA.VCi: KOI.' SI'IX.'UliATIO.N
A. lulls .m itu pievailH in
i in ii.vuKi.r i oi: -.tot lis, iiomis,
l.ltVIN, (IIIIHN, I'UIIV st)Nl VM)
(irni.i: si i in in s,
Oui Pamphlet and Uaily llinket I.ett.r
di s. ihe bow modi st, sp! eul.itlv i inVi'SI
metits nHiilt in t lipid mid hiiuifsomi pioilts.
.iii , i s-, A w.uts V inn Onb rs.
Ve mall flee to uny uddiiss mil infor
mation ns to how- our opi rations can be
Hindi- to in t euod pintlts
nur e nmml-sloii lot liuincr and t-illitii;
fol e-nsli in on in n Kin ol lo i pi t 1 1 in
IS UN'I.V 1 P. l'l'.ll 'i: I'
Wille tin lull pirin uluiH JHkIiisI ret-
tVhi.ibllsh d isvv) (Iuiorporaieel 1s3. )
I IINs(ll.ll) V 1 I II SIIMIe VM) I'ltOlllli;
r,l New und 5i Itroiel sr,,t(ilv ,irk.
WHEN ALL OTHERS FAIL.
Tho Dr. Hnrve-r
Human Hand Truss.
. ttior live noun .niio rinraa
Tor DeBClrttv Ctreu.BK Addroei
a ji. i. i-i,.a'i..:iei Boer ane nue,
CM 1.I4H ) llulMlUA K VVSAS CITY". MO.
W W? i ,J.i
Dr. E. p. West's Mervo and Drain Treatment
In mild under pnsliivo written bu ironies, Lyaurnor
1ed okviiIii oui), in lure VVeiik Jlemorji Jxnj nt
liruluund Ai-ne l'nwir; J jeti Manhood; QuMnets:
reiiint orM; IMI lre-.um; Ijnk ol e-'ouUlcncc;
trvoD-ncsjs; JjiMitu.ie; till Drnlui; LomoI Ponor
nl thu ili-iieirailui lire on in eiiir rex, cuunM tr
ever i xi riiiiii; inutliiiii i rrir,orJ ice..lv lltoot
'iulureie, Opium ur 1 fnuor, which umii lend to
J mry lo.uMiie'iitleiii.ln.muiiyiifit Peutfi. lly mall,
fliituv, nto-fj- w 'ivrlttMiKuiriiiiluo loeurenr
rederminn &. Ilnll.ir, DruprclslR and Sola
Ai -in WI il .ui ill. Kansis Clly, Jfo,
rVVMlUOMs-dloUturi lateneia ttrfclar sent
llfuclal uieeital ulcbtl wor.r- bjf aoral..arii7. Ir
fcflui.ca lu ronll m luturs foroi vetil prmrnjt-.
l.Llca .'n'l " l -sl a.i.l iilcerolo, DecuBiliic vciir
.urr. , VV.SI IIIIIVITI M lua.ll.hli'.aaa
tl.Mllii, ,L)rtitliatunibr-. Msll.j u(,.,tl
Itllths f!i poitiil.
The follow u ; births were repotted to
Hi. boit 1 of he-iltli jestenlay:
Sum. It, ami It j bo , 15.'J Holmosj l-'eb,
Alleeuoll, Victor ami (tina; tlr); l.il'S
JeiiciMiu; l-'ebiiuiy 1.
Aiid"tinatt. t' J. and 11. U.: elili 1301
i;jt Twelfth, rebruaiy t'i.
The follow Imj death was reported to
the board of health jesterday i
llahoney, Dennis: ased twj I-'ebruary S7;
Tirst and Campbell; pneumonia; burial In
Mount St. Marj's cemetery,
Stewart. Carroll & Smith, undertaken,
ni'i Walnut struct. Telephone 1315.