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TTfE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, THtmSDAY. MAIUJ1I 7, lOh.
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KANSAS CITY, KANSAS.
These Firms Do Business Because They Advertise,
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lf--Tp Illinium' line
1 In I'nini' In nml
look tiirr our stork.
RrniPinlirr there Is
tin KrMcv Institute
III liuiisns I'll). Alti.
llcnnrc "T t'hcap
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-SIO cash, bll-inrr,'l
S. X. Simpson Jon,
(Miami er of Com. Ulilg
E, R, Gstlender
MO Mlnncsolii Ale.
Pirn, Mi Work nf all
klndi n fp? cl:ltr.
G. W, BETTS,
Justice or the Peace,
puhllclty It requcsud.
Collections a specially
for the next sixty
dais I will Laundry
Lace Curtains at sftc
apiece, or Me per j a I r.
ii. r. tvui.r, i'nii.,
Kansas Cltv. Kmisn.
Set vour traps, boys.
Wo will tiny tr atilcco .
for live mice thin week,
7lli nml .Minn. A,r.
l-irc . . .
I'll To Dale' ,
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Itomn :)'!'J an. I ,'!'!.1. PnrUiiintitli lllil:;.
lias a number or bis riuipg In nil llnil of
vacant nml Improved property. .For a sam.
ttln 1 t.mnti IwMleu ?.( fiClt nlnn ulinln 1
PX Hlnn. Ave.
1 The Journal office has been
3 removed from the Chamber
of Commerce to the first floor
of the Columbia Building at
Sixth street and Minnesota
DO YOU LIKE
We like to sell them.
Here Are a Few for
3,000 Navel Oranges at ic each.
200 dozen Lemons at 10c dozen.
200 dozen fine Bananas at 7c doz.
' 3 gal. keg Silver Drip Syrup, Si.
S gallon keg Silver Drip Syrup,
1,500 lbs fine Breakfast Bacon,
in narrow strips, at Sc lb.
2,000 lbs fine Dry Salt Meat at
' 5 lb. '
New York Smoked Shoulders, 6c
White Fish, 50c pail.
Mackerel, Si pail.
Splendid bargains in Barrel Fish.
Crosse & BlackwclPs Bottled On
ions, worth 35c, at 20c.
Mason's quart jars of finest small
Pickles, Squire Dingee's goods,' 15c
or 2 for 25c.
Select Lynnhaven Bay Spiced
Oysters, roc can or 3 for 25c. Finest
Quart cans Fresh Oysters, 15c
3 lbs Fresh Sausage for 25c.
Finest Fresh Meat in the land.
Large selected Beef Tongues, 35c
Splendid Potatoes, 15c pock.
Try our pound loaves Whole
Wheat Bread at 2c each.
Fresh Eggs, 15c dozen.
Armour's A No. 1 Hams, ele
gantly baked in our bakery, with
skin taken off, at 120 p.r pound.
We bake them fresh each day.
Great Snap in
2,000 lbs finest Creamery Butter
first-class,- guaranteed goods on
sale to-day at aoe lb You can't
match it at less than 25c.
Eli Pettijohn's Best Breakfast
Food, 2 packages 25c.
Columbia Breakfast Flakes, 10c
3 for 25c. Fine goods.
524-526-528 Minnesota Ave.
11:1.1. I'KO.H OlIAOi:.
Tim hcjlou f 11 I'laucli Alrrstt-.t unit
l.mkuil I'll Whllu Drunk.
O, I', Hcimlng. sexton of the Stewart
Avemia Metliocllat t'rotestunt cliuivli, bo
came Intoxicated yesterday while peddling
coal oil and gasoline uround (he city, 'i'ho
police wero adald that he would full olf of
the wagon, uiid they took him In. lie wus
taken to the Jamex Ntreut police Mutlou
nml locked up tu uwult trial. Laat evening
)r. St, John, pastor of the church, up
peared at police hend.juarters and put up
a bond of S3 for nenulug'x appearance in
police com 1 tills morning, lie then took
the sexton homo. When urrested llemdng
had the keys to thp church In his pockets.
Draped ller DcU.
The death of .Miss Pearl Heed, the 13.
year-old daughter of Mr. and lira. .
Heed, of No. sjl Minnesota avenue, caused
much sonow among the scholars and the
teachers of the Harnett school, where she
attended, and alio among her many friends
throughout the city, ller desk wheie she
studied her lessons at school was draped
by her school mutes yesterday morning,
..,,.1 i. Itnrill wreath wus nrcuuied I'nr her
casket. The funeral will lake placu this!
nlieruoou iiuiu uu- vruuiti i misuaii
The resignation of ituv, A. 11. Klott- us
pastor u( the Third 'iuptlst church has
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lietll ll'LT.HM MJ l.'V .. HH...M. ..V. UIWI
Is now In Europe, ana the. rcslgutluu was
nrckentml by his wife, who s here Ills
family claim that Ids health Is somewhat ,
linproveil. unu-i.tai .tv u ,.uv ivimi.i iiui.i
Uurope for several mouths.
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ml.rf..Vol,,.,y.,JtJ- S. W. iJJAUUU-ilT,
.-in -'!r ii nniin 113 i in ii it in i'iiiii
Ith St., Cor. Onktitnd Ave..
Telephone Itlfl'U KlNIAiHTV, KA".
ivmnnivQ nnnns. Mninmr
iCH01.li ntul KAMI SAWINM nnd TlU.VIXd.
We malic ii .xpri-lnlty nf Mliilp llulhlliig,
ll.nik Cnunlirs mill Olllri I'lttil r-.
WM KIPO I In t'ri'iiin nml
1VIYI. lilKL, ti-f oliluitfil
Hlertrle Hells. Speak'
lug Tnbe-i Inserted
Kev lining a 'pecl-ilty.
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g3 pert III buy
('.ill nml Inspect llir
".Sew I'mrcs" In'"
I'. W IIAIIII.KTT.
Tin- "linrl Order
Everything clean and
neat llmncm-nlc Pies,
etc. Upon unlit U
u clock each night
(Its Minn, villi Air.
J ...'IS Allmicsiitii Ave.
Willi SiMilhlucHittiny Oils
Ciiih it, Timutr, Cutiirrht
i:ri'in;t nml till Mln HU.
rni". SoinI for Itnolt
rio.iT luriithiii (loiirniil.
Dr. D. M. BYE,
Ciiiiililiiatlon 1)11 l.'urr.
K:ill:i (Ml.v, .Mn.
A 6o candle
block from car line, JG.V): 1 S-room liouno, iwl cent per hour,
feet of Kiouiul. corner, enr close, $l,aw. .. j,, r.
Terms to suit. iyandolteGas Co.
A book full of Mich bargains. Trl. Ihiki, Hustn.lllld
WILL DEFY THE LAW
.Joi.vrKi:i:ri:ity ,s.v tiihv wii.i, hi:
M'.Mi: ISI'MNIIss m:xt jiondav.
ORDER OF COUNCIL ENFORCED.
COMMfoMIIMlIt WdOlnrAliD TKAnfl'
A .WITItOl'Ol.lTAN TRACK.
O.sa Ti'H-M I'oiliul (lullty nr Attempting
In Kill Sll. I'll mi l- Nebetl To
.lien KlRlit 11 Hurl With l(iimr
Crliiiln.il. I'leail C.iillty
A 1'iital Dose.
The "Jolntkeopers" of this county will
make an organized effort to open up again.
It was stated yesterday that they had ef
fected an organization and that a number
of lawyers had been employed to defend
them In all pro-ioeutlons.
The day that .S. C. .Miller took charge ot
the oillce of county attorney the "Joint-keeper.-."
were untitled to rjtilt business or
they would be at rested. Almost all of
them complied ulih the order. There are
i few of them, however, who have never
c!oeil up. The "Jolntkeepers" at llrst
thought that public sentiment would drift
around in their favor In si short time.
They b;is.;d their opinion on the fact that
the police department was entirely sup
ported by lines collected fiom the "joints,"
"' i.ivj i.iuiin.iL mm w uen me peopi
mnr i-.ii t- in ii.ci.i au'l re- itiui I1UI1C Ul
them was sent to Jail for any length ot
time. In this way they hope to break
down the position taken by County Attor
ney Miller. They are willing to pay a line
of $.i0 each month to the city, but will
light any prosecution In ought by the
founts' Attorney Miller stated yesterday
that he would endeavor to enloice the
prohibitory law. He Is very determined In
the matter and the "lolutlsts" who open
their doors next Monday are almost cer
tain to get Into deep trouble. Thu county
attorney Is now engaged In clearing up
the old criminal cases that have been pend
ing for several months, and as soon as
ho llnishes them he says he will sec that
the prohibitory law, as well as other
laws, are enforced.
A f.YTAI. JJOSi:,
-', JIHllnthcr Dies After Sunplliig
Ills lllill .Medtrhir.
Dr. J. i-'. MeCilnther, a colored physician
of Argentine, dropped dead In the front
yard of Mrs. Mattle 0. Carroll, No. 332 New
Jersey avenue, yesterd ly morning. The
deceased was one of the most popular col
ored doctors In the county, and has made
for himself a great reputation.
A few days ago ho was called profes
sionally to visit .Mrs. Mattle O. Carroll, and
Tuesday night ho drew trom his pocket a
package containing n while powder, lie
put the powder In a tumbler of water, Into
which he fcnueezeil homo lemon Julep. He
guve illrectluus how to take the medicine
and deparjed. Mrs. Carroll took one dose
of the medicine and was taken violently
III during the night, necessitating the at
tention of another doctor.
Yesterday morning, when Dr. MeCllother
called to seo his patient, he expressed sur
pilso that she had not taken more of the
medicine, and when answered that the
medicine caused Iter much sulTerlng, he, to
show his contldeneo In thu medicine, drunk
before the sick woman two or three big
swallows of the Ihiuld, and after talking
to her a few moments, departed from
the house. Ilefore he i cached the front
gate Iu fell dead. The authorities were
notified, and thu remains wein removed to
Hayiuoitd'.i morgue, ami wero afterwards
sent to Argentine, Coroner StuVuun held a
post mortem examination ttu.l found that
the deceased eamu to his death by an over
dose uf cyonlde of potassa, which luought
on paralysis of l lie heart. It Is supposed
by tho dead man's friends that he must
huve gotten hold of tho wrong medicine
and gave It under tho Impression that It
was citrate of potassa, Tho deceased was
acknowledged as being a well posted and
successful practitioner, Mclllother was
well known In Argentine and leaves a wife
and two children.
.Mrs. Carrol, his patient. Is not in a dan.
geroiis condition, tho poison bolng so much
diluted that there was not sulllclent
strength t" kill. I hero hnvii been no ar
rangements made for the Interment.
WII.I. .NOT WOIIK,
Two Needy Women lti'fun ti Aid In denn
ing the City Hall.
The city hall will receive a thorough
scrubbing to-day, That Is, If (ho plans of
the local ueiicf Association are carried out.
Yesterday morning President Ilaren, of the
association, sent a messenger around
among the colored families whom he had
been giving reller. with a request that the
women l'enort this tnornlnir at the iissn.
elatlou's rooms for the purpose of working,
Tlie teijuesi ub inaue uiu- u W1U0NS WHO
have been glvu assistance.
About twenty were seen and out at ili.it
number llfieen agieed to be on hand, it Is
the, intention n .Mr, tiuien to nuve the
wuiiien earn the money thev lectin, ih..
same us the men are leimfred to do. Tin
men work on the stteets for their money
ut the tate of lu cents uu hour, and thu
women arc expected to woik for the same
amount. After the city hall Is given a thor
ough ileunlng the women will be placed at
u-oilc cleaning the vuiiuti school houses
ami oilier public buildings, piuvidlug the
authorities will give their consent The
association does not pkpet any opposition
fiom the janitors of the various buildings.
Theie- were two women who refused to
uurk for thu association, although thev
have been given assistance ever slncel t wo
.., iuik,.. u.tii iu situ. i. iiie e.Mi.i expense
of maintaining the police that thev would
lavor the reopening of the "Joints." Coun
ty Attorney .Miller's position has been sus
lalned bv the people, and now the "joint
Ists" will endeavor to buck public senti
ment and thu law.
It wus stated last evening that the
"Jolutlsts" would open up next Mondav,
and that if they were molested by the
county authorities their attorneys would
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organoid They note Mr llllstnlieth tlnr
ri tt. of No. ,!U New ,l.rey avenue, nti.l
Anna William, of Third trcpt nnd I'tee
miiii avenue. Mr. tlarretl wrole thin let
ter lo 1'iesidelil Itaten In rptonc lit III"
"1 will tail toik if ul nil don't want
lo help me mt .an lei 11 alone the Bruli
l put th.tr for u. and don't hnflrr
work lo gel It ntul o i will not work "
Mrs. Wllllitnu.'lnlrd lit her leller: "I ran
line my own work nnd i will not work for
Ri'tili at all. when I noK I want money Tor
what I do."
President llaien held a conference Willi
Die rninrnlMloner of the poor and II wa
ttctlilcil Hint no more nllnneo will lr
given lo thene women. v
All of Hie others who were tit sick wrote
notw raying that they would be nn hand
thl mornltic to work. All nld Hint they
were anxious lo earn'llielr own living and
Hint they were alad to have an opportunity
to work. One old woman, who l 72 yours
of aire, wrote. "I ante well and nhle "toille
but I'll do nil I can."
The noclallon ha ben giving employ
ment to nbout twentviKe men regul.itly.
Thl number Was reduced lo fifteen lint
evening. .Mr. llaien Mnied that llfleen men
would be kept ;fi woik the rest nf the week.
It" will nltn beep the women at work If
they are willing nml something .'ah be
found for them to do. lie stales that the
ii'poclntlcm will likely close lt d.ior Satur
ilay night, lly Hint lime It will be nut of
fundi and the solicitors arc unable lo mice
any more money.
I HACK TOItN I'P.
All Order or the Ci.iinrtl laifnrird by C.tiu
Street Commls'loner Woodward and n
for-e of men, enily yelerday morning, np
peared on Kuniuir ii Ven tie and Packard
street, where n fotce ot men, employed
by the Metiopolltan Slteet Ibillway Com
pany, were putting the finishing touches
on the connectlngllnk between the via
iltii't line of the Kansas City Klevated
road and the Metropolitan line, so that the
former could run Its cars on the latter
vompan.'s track to the stock yards.
.Michael McC.lnley, nperlntendeiit of
construction o( the Metropolitan line, w.i
in charge of the work. Comiulsloner
Woodward, acting under instructions from
the city council, Informed Mr. McOInley
that he must cea.' woik. ai his men were
going to tear up the track. The way It
was l.tl.l did not conform with the ot.ll
nnnco granted by ihe council, nnd the
company wa notified to rectify the error.
l'r some reason the .Metropolitan com
pany did not comply with the order, but
continued to lay the track according- to lis
Commissioner Woodward was well organ
ized fin the work of dcsltuetlon and would
soon have completed Ihe work, as the
new track Is but one block In length, had
hi' not been Intel fered with by MeCllnley
and his gang, who assailed the street gang
wilh their track laying Implements.
Commissioner Woodward and his gang
remained llrm and serious trouble might
have followed hud not the police arrived
on the scene and placed McC.lnley under
arrest. He called upon his men to leave
the Held of battle and was released. Com
missioner Woodward then hud full sway
over the disputed track and In a very
short time removed It, and tho dignity of
the city was upheld.
Some months ago the city council grant
ed the i:ievale.l road the light to lay a
track on Kansas avenue, from seventh
street to Packard stiect. Only one track
was named and the ordinance required It
to be laid In the center of the street. lor
some le.ison the company placed its track
within eight feet of the curb line.
A lltlllVTION OP LAW.
Is a tiiiardhui Itequlred lo I'hj- lnteiesl
I'pmi ii Ward's Monej.
tl.int..cllnf niiestlnn nrose In the liro-
bate court yesterday when Mrs. Antonio
Doclshell, through her attorney, .. i.. mer
ger, wanted lo make a settlement in a case
In which she wns a guardian. It was
whether a guardian had to pay Interest on
money of a ward In this state.Ten years ago
i.-,...nir limshet died, leaving a wife nnd one
child. Prank, aged 5 years. The widow-
was appolnteil Bii.iriuan oi inc mum- i;u
longlng to the child. The amount or the
estate was llil. .Since then the widow mar
ried Antonio Doelshell. The boy is now 1,.
ve.us old and still resides with his mother.
Airs. Doelshell wanted to make a settle
ment. . , , , , ,
In the llrst place Judge Angle would not
take any steps In the settlement until the
guardian llled vouchers for the amount or
money she had expended on the boy. '1 lie
woman had not taken u receipt for every
article- that she had purchased ror her son
dining tho past ten years and Attorney
Merger had her make out vouchers drawn
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oil m-isi.-.. ...tit i, .,.. ..j "-' , V., .
ugement or the elate. Hhe now has $20
lert ana sne maue uiu uui.-in.-i- .... ,...
that had been spent.
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she would have to pay Interest on the
money sue noiu ioi- wie wiim. j ...- m..-.
never been required before. Tho attorney
claimed that there was no law requiring
guaidluiiK to pay interest on money held
T . Mil... ... t li.iii "It lliAI'.t 1.1U
I Or WuHlf. i ut jiik" niuiihiii 'lie, v.- tui.T
i i. .. ., i.I.Ia.I .-. 1a rim mi. I tin' f.
tllUl H Jlr HWIUni IU III nil- Hiitm-i li
over until thU niornliiK -so that it could u
lOOKtHl up. , , 41 , .
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sas provide that guardians shall not Invest
money tor will us uiuen si. uiitfiii. .) niu
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court never ordered his client to Invest the
lllOlieV HUH lllill Ii ..n itciri iinini.-u ,,
her and for that teason sho cannot be com
pelled to pay Interest on the money.
DI'lll. WITH IIA'llltS
.IiiIiii i:iidleiitt Seieiely Wiiinuleil While
I'iglillng for n Woman.
There was a duel fought with razors yes
terday by John Ilndlcott and Lincoln Tem
ple, colored, at the residence of Marie
Washington, residing near fourth street
and Jersey avenue. The men wero both In
love with tlio woman and determined to
light for possession of her hand.
Without any ado they drew their razors
and began slashing at each other. Tom
nlo was the more adept In the use of the
weapon, and Inflicted Injuries on Ijndlcnti
which, If not fatal, are very serious. In the
llrst round lhullcott received a cut reach
ing from the bridge of his nose to his right
ear, laying open the cheek so as to reveal
the teeth. The second stroko cut him from
Hio center of his chest to a point under
his left arm, Inflicting a gaping wound.
Temple escaped without n scratch, llndl
lolt, accompanied by illss Washington,
went to Dr. l.utz's oillce. and had his in
Tim woman was not very appreciative of
the blood shed In her honor, for. after com
pllmentlng lhulleott on his lighting abili
ties, told him that sho would not have
anything to do with either of them. No
in rests wero made.
ACKNowi.i:ntii:ii thiiik oi'ii.t.
Criminal L'ontlued in the County .lull Kilter
I'lc.is or Hnllty.
The criminals confined In tho county
Jail awaiting trial In tho district couit
became alarmed yesterday forenoon at the
vigorous manner lu which County Attor
ney .Miller and his deputies are prosecuting
criminal cases, and there was a rush lo
the bar In tho afternoon to enter ideas of
guilty, nml Douglass pleaded guilty to
the charge of sttnllug a cow from Plelds
Klndied, of Delaware township, and John
Callahan said lie was KMllty of highway
robbery. II robbed Mrs. l.ou Iker.l In
daylight, while she was walking along a
street In Itlvcrvlow, a short time ago,
Charles Smith pleaded guilty to the charge
.it bteallng goods from, the home of Ji. N.
lloyd, Olo Olson pleaded guilty to selling
Honor, He a s.ntence.l to ihe county
Jail for thirty days and lined 100. Ills
stock of liquors and lUturen wer.i oidered
destroyed. Prank Martin acknowledged
that he was guilty of burglary and larceny
and A. 1. Can , Pleaded utility to (,0
churcn of assault. The Judgu will pro.
nounco sentence on the prisoners at the
end of tho criminal term of court,
Iliiliber. Nutlllid That tho Price, nf .Meat
Will l ItuUcd.
The butchers of this city received a
printed notlco yesterday that prices of
fresh beef would bo advunced this morning
ii cent per pound. The butchers claim (hat
the prices have been raised Hi cents per
pound within the past mouth. The meat
cutters are unable to underlain! the un
expected raise, and of course will false the
tetull prices. The, uhoice steaks ut llrst.
class shops are sold ut l-i'i ami la cents per
noundi. Th advance on wholesale prices
will necessitate an Increaie to b and 17
cents per pound.
Trjlug I" I'uir,
The Democratic city central committee Is
sued a call yesterday lo leconveiio the con
vention next Saturday. When the con
vention udjoumed last Saturday the duto
set tor convening again n on March Hi.
The committee, however. . thought that
would be loo late, and su It hanged the
date. As yet po candidate for mayor has
been found.,, . , ,
The Populist central committee hia ap
luiinUii a i:aateruiiiv committee to meet
Ihe Pemo.-rnts The meeting will he held
nl Ib'Wleti's store Thiii',I.i. .veiling A
member of the j'onimlltee -t.it-- i yesterday
thai the Populists would ftior Nullum
cter f,. major if Hie Deni.i i if would ac
cept 111 ill IT thev l.'tUsed to ii. cept Ofen
n the nomine... Hun W. A. Snooh WMI be
nnmlii.iieil mayor on the Populist ticltcl.
HO TO Till: "I'l.N."
Omii iere.ii I .iiiinl llullly i.r AHi iiiplliig In
Hot I Kill .ML. .Vi.l.ell,
osn Tereo will spend a letm of years
In the penitentiary nt Lansing for the at
tempt he mad.- one night lat October to
rob and kill Mls l'arihli' Nesbetl, while
she was. acting ns night agent for the
I'nlon Pacllie company at Homier Springs.
She wnsn'l n Lit wiil-eil at the man when
lie niiiile the attempt, and made sileli a
gallant Mgni Unit he was eoinpello.l to ilj
nnd leave her McUiiInii. lie was aneted
a few d.ivs after theiiillcmpt and Ihe jury
yeslerday morning found him uiillty as
charged and lie will be sentenced with Ihe
other prloncr, at the rlose of the t.-rm.
Miss Nesbetl l a young lady uf medium
weight and size, but she was plucky and
would have killed Ihe man If sh could
have secured her ptol that nlalit. Por
her lu.iwry she was rewarded Willi a much
better poslllon in the company's oillce nl
Toikn, where whe is now oniplii.Veil.
The case or llobert Illle, charg.'.l with
stealing some potatoes from a fanner near
IMwardsvllle, was next takru up and the
else went lo the Jurj- l.tt eienlug.
wii.i. no 'to ct'iiiii'i:.
Pugeiila -t. .Inhii Sriers ilvr Con-
iiiiiloii Willi Her (iinirli.
Itev. KtlRcnln St. John, pastor of Ihe
(lor.lon Place Methodist Protestant church,
last night sent In her resignation lo the
trustee? of the church. The resignation
will take effect May l. Airs. St.
John il'Olded upon Ibis action es
terday. Lint December, while in
Nebraska, she was In a runaway. The
vehicle was upset and "he was thiown mil.
sustaining severe Injuries. She Was brought
to her home In Ibis city, where he was
conllned until a couple of weeks ago. She
Is recovetlng very slowly, and the physi
cians have advised her lo give up her work
for u year nnd travel. Shu Is thinking of
going to Huglund to visit friends.
.Mrs. SI. John has been pastor ot Hie
riorilon place church for tile past two
years. Sho came from Tupckn. She Is one
of tlte best known woman orators In the
state of Kansas, nnd has made n reputa
tion as a preacher, ller husband Is also
a preacher, and Is pastor of the Stewart
Avenue AI. K. church. The trusieps will
meet next month to select a pastor In lake
the place of .Mrs. St. John
a ni:w oi'intA iiotsi:.
Will lie Unlit at fifth Mrret and .Vrlira.lia
Dr. William Lambert, proprietor of the
I'lfth Stlcet opera house, receded a letter
yesterday from his brother, Adolph Lam
bert, or Cohimbln. 111., announcing bin ac
ceptance, to the proposition to erect a Stp.nun
opera house In tills clt The Mte .selected
Is the southeast corner of l-'liih tiinl Ne
braska avenue. The new structure will be
three stories high, Tj.i:.". feet, and will be
built of brick. The upper story will be used
for lodge room purposes. The llrst and sec.
on.l stories will be convened into nn opera
house. Tho upper lloor will be the balcouv,
with boxes, and the llrst Moor ".III be ill
i Ided Into two section orchestra circle
and orchestra clinlrs,and proscenium boxes.
It is the Intention of the projectors to make
this place of amusement a model of beauty
and neatness. Work would have been com
menced March l. hut for the serious Illness
of Adolph Lambert's fatlier-ln-law's who
has for the past few weeks been hing ut
Ihe point of death with dropsy The pro
lectors .ire waiting for the termination of
the slii: man's Illness to begin work on the
structure. Dr. Lumber!. Is manager of the
Plfth Stroet opera house.
I....I ller Cousin's Ad. Ii.-sk,
Miss Sophia Ohenlnnd. of Clay Center,
arriM'il In the city yesterday to visit a
cousin named Mary Obenland. On her way
here she losi the address or her cousin,
and was unable to llnd her lusl evening.
.Mis. D T. Itniilforil has interested her
self In the Htruiigu young woman, nml she
icquests that .Mary Obenlaml appear at
her store at I'lfth and Stnte avenue to-dnv
to iceelit- h.-r country cousin.
II. C. Miner's' ,'nurrnl,
Tin1 remains of .Mounted Putioiinaii II. c,
Haver were burled yeslerday afternoon In
Onk drove cemetery. Member)) of the He
ller Association acted as pallbearers. Th.-te
were about twenty-live legulars or this
city and a number fiom Kansas City, Mo.,
in full uniform iu the parade. The serv
ices were Indd ai tin- late resilience.
llo i UN. Inc.
Clonics Siileliir, of No. 3ii South Plfth
street, Is missing from home, lie Is a 10-year-old
boy. He left home .Monday, and
his parents have nui seen or heard of him
since. The police were notlllcd last even
ing, and the otlicluls ot the surrounding
towns were Instructed to look out ror the
The Republican cential committee held a
meeting last night In I). Marker's oillce and
elected Dr. A. P. Tciiny, president; N.
(laicelon. vice president; I-M P. Serviss,
secretary; Lllford Davis, assistant secre
tar.v, and Oeorge I. Pel ley, treasurer. The
new otllcers took charge last night.
Will '.lop l,.-il..ir on Sund.ij.
Chief Serviss will Issue an order that the
ordinance making It a misdemeanor to la
bor on Sunday be strictly enforced. This
will prevent corporations from crowding
a job of woik through on that day to avoid
the processes of the civil court.
t'ulqiie I :ii1ei-tni anient.
Tho members, or the Central Christian
church will give a unique entertainment at
the church this evening. It will lie under
Hie management of AIlss Kate Page. Tho
proceeds will go to the church.
John Wan en. assistant postmaster, has
returned from Alma, Kas.
Judge Henderson, left last evening for
Wichita to attend the United States dis
Dr. Callahan, a member of Hie state
board of dental examine, s, will return to
his home this morning. He has been here
unending the examination of dental stu
dents. II. P. Whlteford, of St. J ph, Is In the
city, the guest of S. I). Sliver.
!'. D. Coburu.secretury of tho state board
of agriculture, was hero yesterday, visit
ing his family.
The Piovldent Life and Trust Company,
of Philadelphia, yeslerday llled suit lu tho
district court against A. W. I.lltlo to re
cover $3,;ii and foreclose u mortgag.) on
Ills homo on Washington avenue.
The Hqiial Surtrago Association will hold
a meeting at tho homo of Mrs. Maker, the
president, this afternoon at a o'clock.
Mrs. A. cj. Talbott. who has been In Si.
Margaret's hospital for thu past six weeks,
has recovered sulllclently to leturn home.
.Miss Ituih Talbott, who has been very III
wllh pneumonia, Is slowly recovering.
Agues Lawrence, aged 1 year, died yester
day at her parents' residence. No. 3.; Min
nesota, avenue, The remains will be in.
terred ill Oak Orove cemetery.
A false alarm caused Nos, 1 and 2 lire
companies to make a nil, to Tenth street
and ljulndaro boulevurd list night. Aloral
Insiiro with -Merlam .1 Hentley. Dll .Mluue.
Ill the police rami yesterday Charles Kry
wus lined Slu for diilHiiuns- the peace, of
Mlku llanls Jumped from u Northwestern
truln yestenlny and fell against a tie and
broke his right forearm. Ills Injuries were
dressed by Dr. Lutz. The In lured man
was taken to Ills home at No, I71u tlarlleld
The Journal's Armourdala of
fice is In Lieningors book store,
wo. out, Kansas avenue. Hub
scriptions taken and advertise
ments received. tj
' 7T7 7" r.7-7 rJN
Tii .Men Fight 011 the West Hank of the
liaw in Ihe I'lc.i-iu.i ..r a
At Hurley and Kd Hyan, the South slJu
contractor, each of whom weigh about 210
pounds, yesleiday engaged lu u quarrel us
to who jvas the "b-Mler man," and nut be
ing able to ie '..- the fact by argument,
they went down to Ihe west bank ot the
Kjw at the foot of Seventh utreet and
engaged lu a, UU Msht tu settle tho matter.
A large crowd w.t-. pruelil lo see the fun.
The lesuit wns (hit Itynn rell down nnd
Hurley Jumped .m h.- b.i. k nti.l held his
head under the w.-il." .if, I mud till he Intd
been awaliled Ihe VI inry ltotl, then shook
I'll 11 .i lit I -Mtrpii.rd,
Sl-'vcn t'uiiimitis was ple.is.inlli surprise,!
last night at his home on South Sixth
sttcel. I'lie c cuing was sp-Mi- in cards,
intisle. d inelng and annus pi, lor games.
At .1 Inti hour an elegant luiiiiienn was
served. Thole prcselii wet.-- Aliss.-s Anna
t'anaisey, Minnie Hi.ilne. .Iu.nl.- lll.ilne,
.Myrtle Smith. Nadle Chan, Jennie Ker
slek. Jesle ltohlnon; Messrs j,. -pit Hoc,
Joseph Deer, Andiew lllnlnr, Artie Purvis,
Sumner .Morgiiilgc and Itob-it Pnltctson,
III. 1 i-llmiroit.
W'llllam .1. NIon, of Honncr Springs,
Kas., was lu the city yesterday calling on
friends, lie will piobably cngng.. In bu.
The case of the slate . John It. Con
ic), charged wiili violating the tuohlbllory
law. will b tiled III Justice- Sims' court
Mts. Comtnr Is sfiiously ill .11 h-r home
on Soillh l'yb- slieet.
Professor Slicrnian. of the More sclinot,
ili'MV red ,1 ery Inteiesllng Icture 1,11
iilglit lo a I . audience, at ihe Central
Presbyterian church. Ills subject wa
"Urology ami ihe lllble." A large number
of school children wero present.
John AI. Cornilek. an old I'nlon P.ielllr
111 email, who lor evcr.il years has been
unable lo work, jesierd.iv received n check
for $1,Rii fioni Hie lliemen'.s oi.ler on in
count of lis .llsiilillllj.
Mrs. I tin li Pleicher Is Rcil.msly III at her
Inline 011 Hontii rolirlli street.
1 lie ,1. ... I . 1 . ioiiij, ,MI. ll, will glM-
an eiilerlalniuent at .McLmuii .-.- McAnany's
ball on tlie vi'nliiir of Mnr-I, 5i.
,....... 11.1 t- ,- .., - .,-. 1.
The A. O. P. W. Indue, No. 21H, will glle
The la. lies of the Ifome Sewing Circle
gave 11 dime social last evening at Ihe res
Id. lice or Mis. Nelson Johnson, No, !U:
The llapiit Mission Circle will meet to
day at Ihe residence of Mrs. Simmons, lu
tlie !trnivn block.
Phllo JI. Clark. Sr.. of li.mner Springs,
was In the city -sterday.
A Atii.-i Mf-cllng of the It. pilblliilli-. of Ibe
lily Will Ite Held Till, i:elllllg.
A mass meet In? of Hie ltepuldleans of
Ibis city will be held this evening In
Nokes' hall. The convention of the lle
iinbllcaus will be tin- llrst of the cam
paign and will 11N11 probably be the larg
est. Tlie interest In the contest for mayor
lias seemingly been drowned In thu races
for coiincllmen and members of the board
The following call has been hsued by the
Itepubtli-nn central committee;
"Hepiibllcatt Convention There will be
a ma.-s convention ot ltepubllcans of the
elly of Argentine held nt Nokes' hall lu
said city on S.itiirda.v, .March ;, ll, at
7:3tl o'clock p. m., fur the purpose of plac
ing In nomination candidates for tlie var
ious city otllces, to be tilled at the coining
election, on Tuesday, April 2. 1SD3. to-wit:
.Mayor, police Judge, city treasurer, treas
urer bo.ud of education, two Justices ot
the peace, two constables; also one mem
ber of the city council anil one member ot
the board of -ilni-.itloli from each ward.
"All qiialilleil electors of the city of Ar
gentine who subscribe lo the piinelples of
tlie Itepiibllcan party and who will sup
port Its nominees shall be entitled to a
seal in snld convention.
"lie order Republican Central Commit
tee CIIAP.LKS IIAP.COCK, Chairman.
"J. !:. WISCOSKli:. Secretary."
Mis. c. I. Ilurke will entertain the
c.oocl Will Society of the Congregational
church lu an ull-duv session to-d.iy.
The tracks 01' the .Metropolitan Street
Hallway Conipanv an- being raised at the
Plfth street crossing. The tracks lime
been below the established grade.
The senior ela-.s of the high school will
give a play ..11 the evening preceding their
Hrnkeman A. 1! I-'rj'c had one of his
hands Inlured Tuesday night at Ol.ithe,
while making a coupling. He was broughi
to his home .111 South I'lfth street. In Ibis
city. Dr. Ilurke dresfl-il the hiiml.
Prank l-'ieeburg it-turned last evening
fiom a two weeks' visit at Cedar Junc
A pleasant piriv was given last eviiing
at the home of Air and Mrs. Hymn Smith
on Snear avenue.
S. W. Parker, of Chicago, is ihe guest or
Dr. J. 11. Holland and rnmlly.
A meeting or the board or trade will
be held to-day to elect olllcers or the
board or dlieciurs
Wlth.'iii Craig announces himself a- a
candidate for constable, subject 10 the
J. H. Hods.---, of Cedar Junction, las., is
tin- guesi of 11 lends and relatives here.
The registration books will be clo-t-d
on Ihe evening of March Ii. which leaves
onlv two week' more for vot. is to regis
ter' L'-ss than hair of Ihe niutl number
have reglslei.il City Clerk J. C. Loin!
keeps his oillce open during the evening
ror th accommodation of eltlz-ns who ar
occupied dining the .lav.
n oyster suppei will b" given at the
Ail-up place, -oulliw. st of. Oils tlty this
evening, for Hie benelll 01 the Metnodist
Protestant church of that tllsirlel
Airs, llvion Smith is entertaining Mrs.
Sehreek. 'of i'opek.t,
Willi. 1111 , Isliel- I. liters 11 Pica of C.llllly l
the Charge id stealing 11 ll.irrel
William Plsh.-r entered a plea of guilty In
Justice .Millard's court yesterday to the
charge of stealing .1 burr-d of Hour fiom the
Waggoner A- Oat.V mill Justice .Millard
deferred sentence owing to the fuct that
several other charg.a are pending against
l-'lsher. He Is charged Willi stealing a hog
fiom the slaughter hou-.; of Smart Al Co.,
and conlesseil to .Muisluil Hiilsc, as stated
In the Journal, that he was Implicated In
sevir.il oilier thefts about town.
l.'.-.lllt til I lie Tiinci..
1 ,i.Aiifiii. of tlie school board was' held
Tuesday nlsht for the purpose of making 11
lew lor school purposes, it win decided to
make the levy ill cents on the Mii valua
tion, which is 10 cents lcs-. than the levy of
last year. The sinking fund was placed at
in cents, which Is a reduction of ." icni.s
from last year. .
iiiiaiiciiy Ali-eiliig Held.
A quarterly meeting was held Tuesday
night at thu l-'list M. U. church. Itev.
Prlne. who has had charge of the chinch
during the pist year, will leave next week
for West Plains, to attend the general con
ference. At the quaiterly meeting resolu
tions complimentary to his pastorate in
tills cliy were passed. A new board of
church officials was aleo el.vied. The new
board Is composed of the following named
persons. T. .1. Watson, II. II. Oregory, c.
S. Ill.tukenshlp, C. A. Davles. W. S. Sivall
well, John Sullivan uiid l-'rcl Italic.
siopicd Ihe Pay.
The county court has passed nn order
stopping the pay of the city clock winder.
Heretofore ihe city paid half of the ex
pense and the county the balance. Hi a
sudden stienk of economy, the county court
saw lit lo lieiltut " th" amount of ji q
month, and now- the city fiilheis ar.i pre
iiilng to go before tliein to show thu In.
Justice of the order. The clock was pur
Chased by the city some years ago at tin
expense of sevoial thousand dollais.
Ml. it'll 1111 oms.
iiie Chiislinn llmleavor Su.'l.-lj of tho
Ciiuibeiland Presbyterian church will give
1111 entertainment to-night ill the parlois of
the church. ,, . ,,,,.,, ,
Ux.couuty Collector 15. . I ayes was iu
the city yesterday on a luief vUIt.
Mrs W. 1-'- Ilahluiau has rctiuned homo
from a visit In her daughter at Itlchmoml,
" ililniiitl llerry was arrested yesterday by
Policeman Allen, oil the pli.tiiie of disturb,
lug the peace.
Airs. Will Peler.s Is entertaining Mrs. Alor.
rjs. of Mexico, Mo.
itobert L. Alcllrldc has returned home
fiom a short stuy In St. Louis.
There was .1 lurge ntteudanco at the re.
ilval meeting held nt th Christian church
last night, The topic of the sermon was,
"What , the Door of the Heart'.'"
uev Mauley Hreuker win di-llier a lect
ure to.nLjht In the HaptUt chuich 100ms.
It will be given, under the ausplcet ,of the
Vouhb People's Union.
The woik on the gas well has been re
laidcd .luring the past week owing to a
1 Itange In the casing. Nun- casing . beiug
l,ul In ut once. Tho well is imw lu the
neighborhood of 300 feel deep.
T W. Chainbllss. of .Montgomeiy City,
was lu Independence yesterday. He expects
lu engage In business ut Kansas city dur
ing the coining summer.
The Injuries to Air, James Newbanks
caused by a blast at the city quarry prom
I, s to develop Into .1 suit against the . ity
lor damages. Street Commissioner Monro
stated yesterduy that NewbunJ,s was In
jured by his own carelessness, us he was
Satn ample warning.
,,e.i.-.e . o.iiiei, i, n , r'-IIKiUUIi. .., I-
ihe guest or bis bioih..-ln-law, W. Whll
ted, ot No. iK! South I'lfth street.
A new riigln.'. No. mn, was turned out n(
the I'nlon Pacific shops nt Armstrong ves-
In Tlioii. Iii.'st Singes Piles Seem
Neglect Them and Results Are Often Fatal
They Must Jo Trcsitorl in Time. -Pyr-nrnicl .T?ile
Cure On ros Them So Thev Sfcnv Ourecl.
At least nne-foiirlli of all tnatililnd niej
nllllcted lo a greater or less degree with 1
Very often the disease Is ot Irregular re-
eurrenc.i Aliljbe the Iroiiblc comes only
oi e or twice a year, liven so, It Unfits 11
man for business while 11 lasts. Seems like
n little Hung, but II produces more bid feel
tug than even serious sicklies would. In
severe cases there Is no romfoit obtainable.
Cili.iiu ...ilt'iK, ,t.1 iilnl.n.itl. nlTn,.,l Ir.tt.
penary relief, but In n lew minutes the prtllt I
... .. . ,. . ,..., .. t
returns. i;ucn aiiacw is a uuie oil woi-se
than the ldt one. Itching If followed by
bleeding and protrusion, ristul.t follows
suiglcul tte.itinenl death posnlbl.v. And
all this can be nvuMi1.
The discovery of Pyramid l'llc Cure lins
niaile sulVerlug unuecessarj-, even foolish,
lly Its use relief Is instantaneous. It
soothes the Iiill.tnid parts, heals the brok
en membranes, tedoics tlie swelling and
brings comfort ut once.
NEWS FROM LEAVENWORTH.
ltt:i't'llI.IC,. I'ltl.M Villi:'. Altl'.CAI.I.HD
mit m:.t sATintuAY hvhni.m:.
the Noiiiliiallng Coiiiciillon Will He Held
at the Court Huii-i, on .Mondaj- Deui.
oeratH Will Nominate i'hclr
'I It ke, To. .lay.
The Ucpiibllcan city central commit
tee held it called tuetltig at the National
hotel last night. The primaries will be
hold Saturday evening nnd the conven
tion at the court house Mnmltiy.
The supposition Is that there will be
from one to three tickets In encli ward.
The primaries will be closely contested
by the various iiridrauts, as n nomina
tion Is equivalent to nil election.
Charles Dill Is out for tho nomination
for city clerk. There will be 110 conten
tion over the school board, us both
parties viill Indorse (he present Incum
bent". Dcinorrallc .Voiiilniltlons.
The Democrat-, will go through the
form of niiminnilng 11 city ticket to-day
at the court lioiwc. The mayoralty
question pointy toward Seliiiiiller, as
Hacker will not accept.
The Democrats, arc unable to llnd men
of their own faith to oceept the nomi
nations for coiiiicUmcu and aio piessins
Jteiiiblicans for the places. They will no
iluulit name three constables for defeat.
The young crowd will control the con
vention and may place an exceedingly
tender ticket In the lid. I.
Only l.fifHl persons registered to date.
The books dose .March 22.
King Solomon lodge No. 10. A. l- nnd
A. AI., held lis tegular meeting last
night. The atlcudniicc wus huge. De
Sii'i. work wus performed.
The Democratic delegates, held a cau
cus nl tin- Ucluuiiitfii lust night. They
expected a commitment trom AI. I..
.Messrs. Nelson A- AlcOraw arc refitting
the building at till Cherokee street,
where the propos" In start tip n reslau
r.iut. L. AI. Suva tor U closing out his busi
ness mid will soon remove to Denver,
when- he will in future reside.
The Leavenworth Htm Club has been
challenged to -hoot for the stale cup by
tin- Pr.inkford club. The dnlt- I- lived
for April K..
Five newspaper men ore out for polit
ical honois at ihe coming election, nml
nil suck Sl.r.ni) nnd SI.Miil Jobs.
,1. II. Johns, proprietor of Hit- 11:11k
will put In a roller skating rink and
t lift- aniusoments and utlr.ictloiis for
the summer. The park will alo be
tenet il and otherwise Improved.
T. K. Smith has c.ininienceil the con
struction of the Popl.il' slieet culvert.
John W. llnuscnnati will be nominated
for city attorney by the li.-pnlillciim--. lit
is Hi.' present Incumbent, and Is capable
anil In every way qualllb-d for the oillce.
'Plio council met last night In regular
se.-slou lo pass the monthly uppropiia
tlon ordlnnnce nnd illsciiss oilier matters
Treasurer Shockley, of the home. Is
intending the funeral of his lifelong
friend, Capta-ln J. 11. Smith, of Colum
M. P. Teeils. of the freight department
of the Santa f-'e, will go 10 Hot Springs
for his health In a few days.
The remains of the late Satah K.
ncoso will be laid to rest nt .Mount Alun
clc nt 2 p. m. to-day.
The .Missouri Paclllc will run nn extra
to Kansas City Saturday evening for the
accommodation "f tln.se who desire to
attend the theater
Mitchell Montville, srandsoii of United
States Commissioner Clough, In critically
111 with pneumonia at Wushlm-aon, D.
C. Ills mother has gone to his bedside.
"Alabama" has been secured to per
form at the home.
Stewart MclCee, sou of Hon. John Jlo
Kec, has returned from the College ot
Physicians mid Surgeons in Keokuk and
now utllxes "XI. !" lifter his mime.
Low Priced Coal.
Place your ordeis with tho Cential Coal
and Coke Co, for the best grades of soft
coal nt prices unheal'! of beforo lu this
market. Weir und Cherokee lump, ?2.73j
nut, J2.M; Itleh Hill lump. S2.21 per ton.
Pultt-.l Piungiait.il Church emigres -stole.
ih.il Ib.d) ror lliinl.liig Ibe
Schuylkill llavcii, Pa. .March !. The
lias! Pennsylvania conference of the
United i:angt-lieal church adoiiel ihe
following prc.inible und lesolutioiu scar
ing congivs.i f.r . eiitlnulng In session on
"Whereas. According to Die press im
ports nf .Monday Aluivli I, the congress of
he Pnlt'-d Stairs, both In ihu senate and
house of rcprcetiiluilve-., were engaged
ihe entile Subbuih lu Ihe transaction ot
business; iheiutuiti be It
"Itesolved, That we are deeply grieved
at tho godless action of our national con
gress In having. Sunday session., and con.
sldi-f It an Insult to this Christian nation,
whose lepresenlatlves they are. and hold
that If any of the men who ale guilty of
the olfensu should at any time s .1; the.
suffrage of their fellow citizens tor of.
lives of public trust, everv citizen should
drem It Ills duty (o oppose theni by olee
JJijjhest of all in Leavening Power. 'i-atest U.S. Gov't Kepott
Prom 1). I". Collins, Clirnett. Kansas: t
commenced lining the Pyramid Pile Cum
and my care was so bad I thought tho rem
oily was going to fall In my case, but be
fore I had ned two-thirds of on packagu
1 begun to feel much better nnd can honest,
ly say 1 am entirely Clued. It Is the quick
est and surest icmedy I have ever tried or
Prom Jorlnh Roberts, Port Oram, N. J, t
Jul one-quarter of a package ot the Pyra
mid Pile Cure did wonders for tne nnd I
have lot no opportunity ot recommending
such 11 great reniedj'.
Prom Win. Alcllnle, Ttoekport, Mass.:
One package of Pyramid Pile Cure has
done more for me than anything I have yet
Drunglals sell and recommend Pyramid
Pile Cine. Ther may be tome who do not
have it, in which case they will get It, or
you -an get it yourself, from the makers,
the Pyramid Drug Co., Albion, .Mich. Two
sizes. " cents ntul Jl.tW.
THE DEMOCRATIC MACHINE,
-.entiling Itrhuke lo ".lliirpbvl.m" nml
Cnniipl N.-u lurk Pollilts by an In-
.cttlgalbig Coin mil tr'.-.
Albany. N. Y.. .Match C The report ot
the majority of the special senato commit
teo lu Investigate tlie Troy elections Is a
bitter attack on Pulled Slates Senator
.Murphy. After alleging that repealing.
Hut. ur-sunlt, and eiei, inuruVr have been
committed. It says:
"It Is the exemplified work of a desperate,
anil hitherto resistless political machine,
so adjusted, organized nnd rim as to enable)
IndlvJdiiitrs lu thu name of the Democratlo
parly, and In defiance of law, to overthrow
government nnd thwait the rl-jhts ot suf
frage. This machine Is an organization
composed of professional politicians, hav
ing a recognized and responsible head, anil
operates Ihiough Democratic election olll
cers nml otlur outlaws, supported by a po
lice foic.' and a police lepntmnt obedient
lo Its ; obligations. Tills organization, known
as the '.Murphy machine,' nppioves, ic
waids and protects its tools, and thus pr
peluutes Hh power. Tlie process known an
repeating is accomplished by persons not
'ntlth'il to vote, going through the city sin
gly or In bunds, voting In the vailous dis
tricts 011 the names ot legally registered
i tilers. A sergeant of police, tin ex-prejl-dent
or Hid common council, n member
or the det.-ctlie foice, aro samples of thu
ntllclul positions held by those who es
corted and guutde.l those criminals 111 thu
commission or their crimes, in rnro Instances-
those aiding the repeaters claimed
to lie Tteiiublleiins, but they are known ai
'.Muipby nepubllcans.' a class as much dis
trusted in theory ns the Alurphv Democrats
them 'elves. They ale on the hoard of po
lice commissioners, on the pollen force,
and in other stations, and abject submis
sion 10 Aluipliy is the npp.tient price nf
their appointment. Their chief value lies
lu their pietcndetl iilllU-itlun with ihe Ite
piibllcan paity, for Deinocrals can bo found
111 aliiiiiiliiucc to commit climes; tho need
Is to llnd men who will tin vile service anil
.it thu hi time, iy professing Uepubllc-
uiilsm, pl.tco part of the odium upon tho
"I'liib-r this machine, a system so de
graded mid lotten has been cieat.'tl and
fostered that no person who has not ac
tually heai.l tho testlmonv could believe
that a condition so appalling and corrupt
could exl'l In a civilized and deretu com
muiiltj'. The itepiiiilicnii party t n no
way responsible for Ibis condition, but
some liiolvldiial members' of th it pain n--
responsible. Year after jenr Miuphylsm
has gained strength. One Itcpu'dlcan his
surreiuleied himself for oillce. another for
business ndvantnge; another through fear
unill scores of ltepubllcans. who were will
ing 10 tin. I their iiolltliiil principles tor
personal advantage, am now serving ns
AIuipli.i liepuhlltaiis. iiu- elfect upon the
Itepuhllcan party 01' ibis pernicious bystem
Is that large nnmheis of appuroiuly re
sectable men. claiming 10 he ltepubllcans.
.an be put Into imtneiilate and determined
action nl the bidding ot Air Alurphv even
though such action In- against fiopuhllcatt
int'iismes and against (lie overw In Imlng
sentiment of the llepiiblican party In Ihe
fall of IMW, although the slate gave n ma
.unity of over tii.n"0 against Isaac II Alay
iiai'd, Troy, In spite of thu overwhelming
and tiiipreccd. 'tiled popular uprising guv--Muyunrd
tuiiloriiy or nearly C.001, thu
fiaiitls of ihiit election being without par
allel i-cu in that corrupt .111. 1 degraded
"iiie coiHinsi'Ti of your coihmltlee is that
tile Troj election ct lines are due to th
utter dlsiegnrd of the law by the leailern
of tin. Democratic partj-, in a dishonest
and Incompetent police rorce, anil tho sub
serviency of so-called It.-publlcaiis to thu
atrocious set vice of the Murphy machine."
"Itrown's llroiiehlal Troche--." are wiilely
itnowi, as an admirable reinctlv lor llroncbltts,
Hoarseness, Coughs and Thi oat Troubles.
I. V'l llllllll-allllltl.V I I llll 1
solid Pullman Vestlbulu tram from .-,',
Louis 10 New Yolk, via V.'tiidalla-Pennsyl-vnulii,
leaves St. Louis daily at S.10 a. 111,.
arrives New Yoik 2.3a p m. next d.n No
..u.... , - .... .. .... ,. .1 . .
other line make-, as quo I; lime .111,1 1
oinri line inns .1 soiiu wain t an i.pon nr
address lininner, Vandall.i line. St. J.ouif.
IT WAS PURELY LOVE AFFAIR,
Ht-orgc lioulil Nijs 'liinl Atonej- -tliicstlim
tVas Not Cntishtcicil in Ills sjter'n
N"W York. .March C George J Could
spoke ism inly t"-lay regarding the state,
niems made 111 thu newspapers, rcgai-dllis.'
the marring, of his sister to Count Oi Cas
tellans, llo said:
"The various stories of matrlage settle
ments and others or payments ot deb 3
and all that are untrue."
"Is theie any truth in the l-VKjii.riO.'i set.
1 lenient on Count De c.istellanev Air,
ilould was asked.
"There was no sikIi settlement," said
.Mr. ilould, promiiily, in .ins shniu or
form. Tlte count asked nothing in .1 money
way, and nothing was ottered. The ques
tion of money did nut enter into the mat
ter at all, and It never 11.1s enteted Into
Ii. report to Ihe contrary notwithstanding.
1 did not se" th" necessity for speaking of
this bcfoie, but It is well to settle the mat.
in- fur ouce and all and put an end to the
ridiculous sturM that have been told and
About llfty people wore gathered about
tlie saloon passenger iniiigway of the Amer
ican hue pier to-daj , whin one ot the
tlould caiilagHs caini- rapidly down lh
dock. These early voiiu-is Intd their cu
liosity s.itislle.l when Ihe Count Do C.U
tclLine stepped out of the carriage and us.
shied his' blltle In alight. The countess
wote a tan skirt, asirachau Jacket, with
a yellow lose at tin' waist, a suiull black
bin and a black veil.
The count, lu speaking of their plans,
''""i'Vom Southampton -. shall go direct to
Loudon, wlieie we shall stay for four days.
Then wo Intend tu cios tne channel and
spend a week In Paris. That will bu the
beginning of an extended tour through
Hurope, which will last, I know not how
Allss Helen Oould sent down a bouquet of
2ui) American Heauty loses. Air, and .Mrs,
l-Mwiu ilould sent 11 lurim cluster of lilies
of the valley and from Mr, and Airs. Oeori -1
Oould came a superb bunch of blue 'and
white orchids and a quantity of long
stemmed American lleuuttcs.