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rUH KANSAS CTPV JOURNAL, THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 180.1
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LOOK IIP, NOT DOWN.
fcrniMi days ttitt.Mi (iiii)i) ini:i:it to
1 lit: u:.K.
PAINE'S CELERY COMPOUND IN
THOUSANDS OF HOMES,
on t:vi:itv hash iMiori.t:
timi win. 1..
GREAT SPRING REMEDY
MAKES ONE STRONG,
now iui:iii:h nv t'liVKiriA.v i:vi:uv
wiiinii: in jiAiiciu
ih whal nvall the !Arj?o.t Elfin of heaven
When drooitlnit heiiltli nnd ijilrlls o
How tasteless, then, whatever can lie given;
Health Is the vital rlnrlple of bllns.
Weak, tlrod-out men nnil women with
nerves "litistriinpr" nnd Imilly nourished
need I'alne's celery compound. They are
especially urRed to tutie It durltiK these
early sprint? days of March and April,
when the body Is most susceptible to Its
Of the tliousnnds of men and women
with brains and hands nil day actively
cnRiigeil, but whose physical powers are
Utile used, who Imagine themselves
more dangerously sick than they are,
the vast majority are merely reduced In
strength nnd spirits, and need nothing
Imt a vigorous tonic In the spring to re
cuperate, their tired nerves. They need
nothing so much ns I'alne's Celery com
jiound. It exactly tills .their need.
The Inllrmltles peculiar to the aged
come from stagnating blood and the
tardy, scanty production of nerve force.
They should take Table's celery com
poundthere Is no time so favorable as
The rheumatism, neuralgia, sleepless
ness and lack of strength that Paine'.-
celery compound so rapidly dispels are
thus found to be mere temporary condi
tions to which their time of lite Is liable,
nnd the cause of needless anxiety.
Needless it they fully perceive the
meaning of these Inllrmltles and take
pains at once to correct the beginnings
of weakness and debility, as It is so easy
to do now In the spring.
I'alne's celery compound Is the great
uprliiB medicine. It is prescribed by
countless physicians I" eases of rheuma
tism, neuralgia, Hleeplessness, and the
jnnny other results of starved nerves
and depicted blood. In every drug store
In the country, I'alne's celery compound
is always to bo obtained.
It Is the world's great remedy for
weakness, Its use year by year through
t-o largo a part of the civilized world
tells something of the good It must be
Accomplishing. If men and women who
feel the effects of too close application to
work would use I'alne's celery com
pound, there would be less Insomnia,
less pain In the back of the neck, fewer
days of utter physical exhaustion and
Incapacity for anything but suffering.
3ts extensive use to-day is the cause of a
vast alleviation of human misery and
despair. Its presence in the world is a
Messing. It has kept the family circle
whole In thousands of homes that are
happy nnd grateful to-day. Try it.
Deaths unit funeral.
Andrew T. Lemons, a 3-year-old child of
Ttlchard I,wnon, of 13:10 drove street, was
buried yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock In
George lIc.Muhon, an infant child of Will
iam .Mc.Malion. of No. J7IS firove street,
was burled at 2 o'clock yesterday after
noon In Mount St. Mary's cemetery.
The lunernl services over the remains of
31rs. Mary l'eiiiilngton. wile of William K.
3'eiinington. of No. 2101 Charlotte street,
were held at 9 o'clock yesterday morning.
The burial was 1n Sts. Peter and Paul's
Mitgtulenc F. IIclmurdiiiKor, an Infant
rh.lil or w. Hi-iinerdlnger, of No. 221S Ag
ue lu.-mi,, was burled at 10 oVlo.'k yes
tor l.,y morning In ltrooking cemetery.
Th.- fun. ral services over the remains of
John nl- r-y. who died at No. 2200 Kansas
nitnf, nn Monday, were held at 10 o'clock
ye-icr.iy moinlntf. The burial was in
Irene iJenhain, a child of P. Denlintn, of
22i Pendleton avenue, dice yesterday. Tho
Itinera) f rvlees will be heM at 10 o'clock
th s morning, and the burlul will bo In
1 nton ne tery.
The funeral services over the remains of
31rs. . I). I'lautord. who died at No. S022
IjOcu' t str. .t, on Tuesday, were held ut 2
o' lock v.Mcnlay afternoon. The burial
iu in Klmwood cemetery.
Jane - II Uivens, a turfman, died yester
day ut h.s home, tn Agnel avenue. Ills
death na ,'utiscd by cancer. The fuuerul
services will not be announced until the
arrival o' his son from Iowa. Olvens was
well known to Kansas t.'lty turfmen, and
was the owner of several good horses.
The fun. ral services over the remains of
Mrs Mi, rv I'airweather, who died at her
liomc, M", .Main street, on Sunday, were
Iicld . i J o'clock yesterday atlcrnoon at
Kpirltmil lull, nidge building. The serv
ii , s . r, , inducted by ltev,Cleorge Ilrooks,
The burial was In lSImwood cemetery.
May lie rinl.lied by April,
Itccordcr Arnold and his deputies are still
making b,kh progress In the floan-Kosh-lour
recount. Yesterday tile ballots enst in
the Sixth and Seventh precincts were re.
counted. There are still llfty-slx precincts
in which the ballots will have to be re
count. 'd. and at the rate at which tho work
is now being done the recount will bo fin
ished before April 1. Many discrepancies
Jiave be n discovered between the ballots
.nd the tally sheets.
The cut In prlco of soft coal continues.
Order none but tho best, Weir and Clicro.
,)teo screened lump and egg, J2.73; nut. J2.50:
Itlch Hill screened fhaft lump, JJ.23 per
ton, Cl'.NTItAU COAL AND COKi; CO".
Keith & Perry bld
II, W. Moore, t'hhago. Is at the Pontes,
L. A. AVifcineytr, (iray iIorc, O. T Is nt
th Coat. s.
C. J. Arnhciter, Philadelphia, Is m the.
T.W. Cli iffer, New York, Is at the Coates,
It. J. T. White, St. Louis, Is at the Coates,
1), Atwood, Topeka, Is al the Coates,
W. M. Maxwell, Trenton, ! at tho Coates,
W S, llupkink, Philadelphia, Is at the
J, C. Jones, Cincinnati, is at the Coates,
A, 11. Carlton, Elizabeth, ,. J., U at tl)t
Mr. 13. Aiwood. T). P. Klliott and J. W,
deed, of Topeka, were In the city yes.
Mr. !'. H. Karnes and Mr. Albert S. tinge,
of the Wellington hotel, In Chicago, wero
fit the Couteb Iloute yesterday. They
were out with a party of Chicago exc.ur-
t-lonists on a Western trip.
W, A. McArthur and wife, Kt. Joieph,
Mo., arc at the Victoria,
C". I). Martin, Chicago, Is at the V(Ot
James nurn, Iowa, is at the A'lctorla,
V. K, Hill, Chicago. s at the Victoria.
R A. Thornton. Topeka, Is at (he A'lc
torla. John It. Scott, Pittsburg, Pa U at the
Ham it. ItobinMn, gnrlngfleld, Jfa Is
nt the A'lctorla,
, Will J, Henderson, fkottville, III., Is at
. Clyde Nace an! wife, of Cherry vale,
Jas,, are at the New Albany,
K. AVilllams nnd SI. A. Puble, of Delle
Vllle. Kos., are at the New Albany,
AV. II Mlnurd and J. W. Coles, of AVeb
et?r City, la., are at the New Albany.
John Mooney, of St Jospeh. JIo., was at
the New Albany yeitercay.
Oliver Olson, of Jewell, la., Is at the
WORKING F0RFAIR ELECTIONS,
K.iioik Clty.tiK Appe.ir Itefnre the Senate
l:li,tlim Coinmlttei' In llib.itr nt
.lf(Tcron Clly, Mo., M.mh . (Ppeelnt.)
The (ommltto appointed by Mayor iMvis
has accomplished something, If hot every
thin. They appealed to-night before the
senate election committee In exhaustive
argument In behalf of pure elections. The
sit tin bean late. Speeches Were tnnde
by Peter il. Tlernan, Frank Cooper, liavld
". Sinner and Prank A. l-'axnn. All of the
spec, hes vre stton, loKl.nl and fall of
politic". Julian said that If the senate stood
In the Way of honest elections, by defeat
ing an hiuiest election bill, the Democratic
party would lie held responsible. Selifttois
Klene, (Iray and Powers appeared liefore
the enmtnllt'i'1 and pledRed the Itepubllcaii
members In both houses tu vote ror either
the Taluiii bill, the Iitumhltn bill or a com
promise of both.
The committee, however, refilled to ac
cept either or the bills suggested, and fin
ally dtckleti to soniewnat amend the
n'Menru bill, pass It and send It to the
house. The ainetulmtnts FIIRnrcstcd lo the
O'.Meara bill ptovlde for precincts of ,W
joters; two non-partisan reRlstrittlonsj pulu
llshed list of registered voters thirty days
before election: judges nnd clerks to be rec
ommended by and appointed upon the
rerpmmendatlon of the central eommlttrc".
;l he conclusion is this; It Is still to bo the
O Men in bill. The recorder of voters le
mnins the chief attraction In the menagerie
and there Is to be no appeal from the board
of icvlslon. Such a bill cannot pass the
lintisp. On the contrary, the houe will pass
the LauKhlln bill, amended lo Include the
best feature!, of the Tatum bill, nnd will
send It to the Semite. This Is simply a
prediction, but well founded In reason.
llotinut men must unite at once In favor ot
a fair election bill, or none mil pass,
, t Ho. ml of Health liepiirt.
The annual repot t of the board of heallh
Is being printed In pamphlet form, and Un
report" mil soon he lsue,l from the hands
of the printer. The statistics contained In
the report have b i previously published
In the Journal, city Physician Crow ap
pends to the icport un urgent rciiucst or
recommendation for a smallpox hospital,
lie says that the only facilities available
ror the treatment of smallpox nt present
ale the old boat, known ns SI. George's
hospital. located nn "Vn-M..'u.T ,..,., i
which boat Is rapidly falling to pieces. I)'r.
t-row also urges tho enlargement of the
present city hospital.
..cf",..f5n','on(''''' bartender In Pat Krsklne's
joint on Iwinsas avenue, Kansas City,
Kas., was arrested last night for violat
ing the state prohibitory law. lie was
taken to No. ,1 police station and locked up
but was subsequently released upon ball.
Ntjs lie N Not a t'midldntc.
Itcv. II, M. Hackney Hinted last night
that hn was not a candidate for nlderman
of the I'ourth ward ot Westport, and that
be had never authorized tho uso ot his
namu in that connection.
Police court lines collected during yesler
tlny s session of the polio court by Police
Judge Jones and turned Into (he cltv treas
ury amounted to JCI2.
A lamp was turned over In J. K. Uol
llngsworth's boarding house.No. 1012 I'jilon
avenue, last night. A loss of ubout :,-
wiih caused by the fire.
The Llnwood Literary Club will meet at
ts rooms, corner of Llnwood and Wood
land avenues, to-morrow night. Olllccrs
w. it,u bjmuik term will lie Olecteil.
Jerome Dean, a 0-ycar-old boy. I miss
ng from No. HfiO flak street. Ho h;us not
been seen since Monday at noon. The
matter was reported to the police yester-
. in 'i"nsJ "'""ns ot the colored citizens
mil be held at Allen chapel to-night, In
honor of the late Frederick Douglass
.Some Kood speaking Is expected. Illshop
Handy will be present.
A. J. Meradden was commuted to the
county Jail by Justice Wlthrow yesterday
on a charge of committing a small embez
zlement from Francis Herring. The hear
ing of the eae was set for March 'J.
Charles Hull, alias Henhain, charged
with stealing several bolts of cloth, was
arraigned before Justice Case yesterday
and committed to the county Jail to await
a. hearing next Tuesday afternoon.
Cases of scarlet fever were reported yes
terday to the board of health at 212i Trbost
avenue 10,17 West Twenty-third street nnd
tifij Last Sixteenth street. A case ot diph
theria was reported at 2l Cherry street.
,iA ''IT,1?1 mnvrpicnide hall will be given
the children of ll'nal Jehudah Sabbath
school Saturday. March a. at 7 p, in., at
Mali let's 1021 Walnut street. Tickets will
be distributed at vestry rooms Saturday
City Comptroller Shannon yesterday au
thorized the payment of a Ji. igment for
,?", f'?r a, daJ s labor on the streets.
Dufty luis been trying to attach property
of the city for several weeks. '
ten to Mayor Ii.ivls for full Information as
to the prerogatives of the chief executive
of this city. The Pawtucket official Is col
lecting statistics frdm nil the largo cities
Of the country on this subject.
Dr. J. K. Hoberts, of All Souls' ITnltar
an church, will deliver three Sunday night
lecturrH at the church March 17. 21 and 31
Ills SUbiect I'tlP ,he lira, ,,1'ft Inn, .,.. ...,,,
be "Victor Hugo." and for the last lecture
the subject will he "Woman in All Ages."
o D' ..n.i?nraln,!ln lvos "neU S3 and T. H.
Smnll Ji, by Police Judge Jones yester
day, on a charge of assaulting T. J. Hort
man. hpealman and Small aie employes
on tho Itosedale street car line. Hoffman
was a passenger at the time of the as
sault. Mrs. J. G, Ilausor. missionary from In
dia, nnd who Is now a guest of Mrs, O.
J . I uller, 2121 Independence avenue, will
lecture at the Independence Avenue
ei.uicii io-nurrow nignt, Twenty young
ladles In Oriental costumes will Illustrate,
Jacob Zimmerman, a boy IS years of
age, who said ho had traveled all over the
country for tho past few years, applied at
the otllee of the mayor yesterday for a
letter allowing him to attend school. He
was given a letter to Superintendent
The graduating exercises of the Kansas
C.l,y ?iI.cse of 1'harmacy will be held on
March 22 at the Academy of Music, 1221
1223 McOee street. The graduating class
this year will number twenty-six. After
the exercises there will be a ball and ban
quet at the Coates House.
The board of health will probably meet
this morning. The property owners on
licllefontalue avenue, between Twelfth
and Fifteenth streets, will present their
proposition to build a private sewer to
take the place of the surface drain which
has been ordered torn out by the city.
Seven new patients were admitted to the
city hospital last night, making the total
number ot patients now being treated in
that institution 110. The male wauls aro
overcrowded and Inst night it was found
necessary to build beds for some of tho
patients In the hallways of the hospital.
Mr. Augustus Nash, or Nebraska, who Is
conducting meetings for men only nt the
i. M. C. A. this week, will to-night give
a tptvial Illblo'fctudy to Christian men. the
iiibject helng, "The Place of Tllcsslng."
The meeting will begin promptly at S
o'clock. A general invitation ts extended
Principal J. T. litiehannn, of the high
FihooJ, ctcrdny received from the terri
torial author ties of Oklahoma a certificate
permitting him to conduct teachers' Insti
tutes In that territory for a period of
three years. He expects to conduct one at
tiiithrle Immediately after the closo of
school. Ho will be there tbreo weeks.
Ucorge K, Kessl, r, Uiulscnpo engineer of
the park board, held a conference yester
day with thn city counselor regarding the
details of Die charier amendment to be
joted on Ut the special election foon to be
held. City Treasurer Oreen Is embodying
his Idea of the proper method of collect
liltf tho park levy In a wctlon of the
amendment relating to parks and boule
vards. Inspector Hogg, of the building depart,
ment, Is devoting this week to the Inspec
tion of factoiles and establishments
where over len per.-ons at,, employed.
Tho inspection Is made necessary by the
law eieutlnst th otllee of state factory In
spector, and II is for the purpose of amel
iorating (he condition of employes, Kvery
establishment la the city was Inspected
)o nwdo to the Mate factory Inspector.
Olllcer Johnson, who was "fired" out of
a houso at Fourteenth and Penn. which
he was sent to fumigate, bad another ad
venture yesterday of a different character
!i.- waa. lla"lng a fecond-hnnd fhop at
fifteenth and Locust yesterday morning
when he saw a mai snatch a coat from
pir a dummy and run with It. The of
"".K.''1"180 and would have caught
the thief If the 'ntter had not ben the
bttr sprinter. I'hu thief dropped the
coat on un ashplle and made good Ills t',
cupe. A young .-on of Timothy JIuleahey, an
Independence nvenua saloonkeep, r, was
f'Sr .'psay carlv yesterday mornliiB
whlle drinking heavily, that ho Intended to
commit suicldf, ami proposed to kill him.
self before morning, lie was arrested and
l.flSr,Vr,r's, he ilKa"1 Ml'l "'at It ha I
been his Intention to take morphine, and
Ae,lKiW01la, ,s,m rry out ids threat.
-"-' . i imu vwtillii iJUiirr ki finn
he became sober young Mulcahey was
iw,."?" "L"e- r.. "V?..f' '0 '"'" "'
TO BE HEEDED NOW.
IN THE SPRING YOU ARE AL
WAYS RUN DOWN.
I'llHW'IM.TIlU, V .tt'Vf WHAT
1)11 I (lit Mlt'ltSCt.l'.
And dint Why Vim Klinnbl rolblw i:arlly
-11,14 fit 11.
In the spring: everybody needs to think
about taking n spring medicine. Not only
Is Ibis n common practice, but n very nee.
essnry titid healthful one. It Is a fact
which physlolntu acknowledge nnd the
peoplo tecognli!,! gctienilly, that a spring
tolilc tnken during the months of March,
April nnd May Is more conducive to the
restoration of heallh, In cases of those who
nro sick, than any oilier course of tieat
ment that could possibly be adopted.
It Is further understood by everybody
that even for those who call themselves
Well, It Is very Important at this senson of
tho year, It they would maintain good
health nnd vigor, to take a spring remedy
to strengthen nnd Invigorate the nerves,
tone up the action of nil the organs, nnd
thus, by creating u healthy Condition of
the nerves, blood, stntiuielt, liver, kidneys
nnd bowels, assist Nature In the efforts sho
nlwa's makes III tho spring to cleanse,
purify nnd Invlgornto the system,
In the spring there nre n great many nnd
Important changes going on 111 the body.
Perfect health cannot bo maintained while
the system Is clogged and the organs slug
gish, nnd the pel sell has u languid nnd
weakened feeling, with more or less nerv
ousness and debility.
Now In regard to what you should take.
The best spring medicine, Indo'rscil and rec
ommended by physicians, druggists und the
people, Is Iir. Orcene's Nervuia blood and
neivo remedy. In pioof ot this, thousands
ot testimonials aro being constantly pub
lished In the papers. The following Is from
Mrs. Ktta Sumner, ot Ooodclls, Mich.
"I havo been nllllcted," sho says, "with
nervous debility' for a year. My nerves
wero completely prostrated, nnd 1 suffered
nt the slightest excitement, Willi great
headache. At times 1 whs entirely over
come by this disease. I would stay In the
bouse alone, and despise the sight of my
"My eiltlro nervous system was shat
tered, and my life wns a worrlinent and
butilen to m,'. I wax advised to try Dr.
(Ireeno's Nervura blood nnd nerve remedy,
and while on the llrst bottle, beiran to re
cover. My friends weiu very much sur
prised. 31111. I 1TA M'MNCK.
"rtefoic I had finished the second bottle.
I could sleep with a unlet mind, and eat
with a ready and refreshing appetite. I
have taken three bottles and am entlrely
curcdof all my suflerings. I have found
Dr. tlreene's NerMira blood and nerve rem
edy to bo exactly what It Is represented.
"I cannot speak half highly enough of It.
I cheei fully and earnestly recommend it
to everyone otllh te.l with disease. What
gives peoplo absolute confidence In It,
Is its being the discovery of one of our
best known and most successful physi
cians." No remedy in the world Is so sure to
bring back bloom nnd color to the wan and
faded cheeks, tho brilliancy to the hollow
and haggard eyes, the lightness and elas
ticity to the weak and weary steps, the
strength and vitality to tho unstrung, shat
tered and worn-out nerves. It Is, Indeed,
the greatest of all spring medicines, for
It makes the sick well and strong.
It Is not a patent medicine, but the pre
scription of the most successful living
specialist In curing nervous and chronic
diseases. Dr. lireene. of Its West Four
teenth street. New York city. Ho has the
largest practice In the world, and this
grand medical discovery Is the result of
his vast experience. The great reputation
of Dr. lireene Is a guarantee that his medi
cine wilt cure, and the fact that ho can be
consulted by nnyone, at any time free ot
charge, personally or by letter, gives ab
solute assurance of this wonderful medi
cine. NO INTEREST IN CLEVELAND,
Only Two IVrsniw Wen, nt the. Doclc When
tin Arilied at Port-mouth, Vu,
Norfolk, A'a., March C The United
States lighthouse tender, A'lolet, with
the presidential party aboard, which left
Washington on Tuesday morning, nr
rlved at Norfolk this morning about 2::iO
o'clock and proceeded dlt'ectly to Ports
mouth, where a stop wns made ut the
United Suites buoy yard opposite the
navy yntd. A'ery Illtte interest was
manifested in the arrival of the party,
and when they reached the yard but
two persons wero at tho dock.
The president hnd not left hlit Rtnte
rooni when the A'lolet reached Ports
mouth, and there was no one on dec;
but the crew of the vessel. Tho presi
dent rose soon after leaving Portsmouth
anil was on deck nt S o'clock when tho
vessel reached the Oilmerton dock,
through which she had to pass on her
way to the North Carolina waters. On
the deck besldca the president wera Dr.
O'lteilly, his physician; Commander
George 1 Wllde.ul the lighthouse board,
mid Commander I.anibertson, of this
In answer to iniili-les, Commander
Lainbortson ald the president was feel
ing very well and had greatly enjoyed
thu pleasant trip down the bay and
through Hamilton ituuds. The com
mander stated further that the A'lolet
was mnkins her regulur inspection tour
of tho lighthouses In ballast and that
the president hud embraced the oppor
tunity to spend a few days away from
the turmoil of ulilclul life to enjoy the
sctnery and the shooting to be had In
North Carolina's famous sounds, Tho
president, he siuld, had been greatly
fatigued by tho rush of business in tho
dosing hours of congress, and Dr.
O'lteilly had reeummended -a brief vest
and recuperation In outdoor exercise.
Commander Lambertson said the presl-
uent would return in etgiit or ten unyit
and hoped to have a very successful trip
from a sportsman' standpoint.
Mr. Cleveland looked very well as he
stood on deck in the bracing morning;
air, lio wore a dark suit of clothes, an
open collar and a black string lie nnd
derby hat. lie seems to have Brown
stouter since his last visit to this sec
tion a few months ubo.
Supposed Safe Iturglurs ,rrctid.
AVIchlta, Kas., March & (Special.) Two
men giving their names as J, II. llarton
and P. Murphy were taken off a Santa Fo
train here to-night and locked up. on a
charge of b Jnw ih burglar who, on
Monday, crack, .i a t-.tto at Cros,., u. 'p.,
and burglarize I ihe Santa Fe tl, bet olllce
yesterday at Arkansas City. At tin latter
placo S75 was mured and some express
matter was rib u. The men both hid re
volvers und tkeleton keys, somo articles of
feminine Jewelry and considerable money.
GOING TO ST. LOUIS TO-NIGHT?
BUflinctOn ItOlltd tr.llll lo,ivd nt t.ir. -
in. une only line running three sleepers
ii. . r - na wH Hh ! u
i ovne SeVvienLC0,,,np?nm1ent berth3 aod
I buffet. Service unsurpassed.
THE KINGFISHER POSTOFFICE,
A New Aspect to the light III That limn
Since .Air. llsim'i Promotion,
Washington, March r, -(Special.) War has
broken out njfnln over il-" Klngllher pet.
cllke. The charges ill, d against the in
cumbent, Mr. Nes'bllt, who wns appointed
to the MTlee som time ago, nre bring urgd
by many Democrats in Klngllslrr, who
insist that another in. u should be named
for the place. Again n appear-, that the
slur of Imp lifts nri-n In the mind of
Jefferson UAvi D'-i.t who spent tnetiy
long months) here trying to get the ap
pointment, beginning .nrly in the adminis
tration. In that tight he had the support
or the AVcst Virginia delegation, fur h
moved West from the state and among
the Indorsements l ihat of William M.
Wilson, who not ntiiv indorsed Dent In n
letter, but also called on the postmaster
geneml and asked that he be appointed.
Now that .Mr. Wilson l postmaster general
hlmseir, II Is thought by Mr. Dent's friend
that certainly b will not go back on his
own Indors, ments and will take the ni.it.
ter In hand, make a v u ancy nnd nppullil
the limit he blips, lr bad recommended so
strongly fir the pin c Mr. Dent started
out lo be postmaster at Kingfisher and :t
appears that he bus not given up the
OF INTEREST TO STOCKMEN.
Till t'ATTI.IS TltAlli: IIAt Nor ItllKN
Ai'i'ccriiii itv t,i:.vr.
lluycrs Are tiilltienreil by tteports rrnm the
t'liriirerillnir Mutes and the It.mge
Country llraty Mrrrs ttrlng
tloo, I Prices.
Lent so far has had tin perceptible In
fluence upon Hie cnttlo market. The gen
eral belief Hint the number of full fed
cattle now back In the corn-feeding
slates Is light and tho reports from the
tango country that there will be fewer
grass cattle this spring nnd summer arc
causing buyers to bid up well and pay
no attention lo the fact that wo are in
a season of fasting. And, strange as It
may seem, eggs nro much cheaper now'
than for some weeks, and are Interfering
with tho consumption or beef.
A number of good heavy Steers sold
hero yesterday at $5.50 and over. John
ston ,t Klnsey, of Harwood, Mo., had
here yesterday J 93 nlco fat steers aver
aging 1,310 pounds. They were sold by
the Kvans.Snider-P.tiel Company nt $.".r,0.
II. Ar. Sleg, of Kates county, Mo., wns
also in with forty fat steers averaging
l.l.V) pounds ut $.",.r,0.
Another lot ot high priced steers was
also here from Cass county, Mo. There
were sixteen nt them, averaging Leal
pounds, brought. In by Itrannoek ci Un
derwixtd and sold by McDonald. Crow
ley & farmer at- ?r.(10, the highest price
of tlie day.
Cal Suggs, of Suggsden, 1. T., says
everything In his section of the country
is in good shape. Cattle are coming
through the winter with but little loss,
notwithstanding Its severity.
J. M. Itussell, Henrietta, Tex., was up
yesterday with cattle.
John McLean. Ingalls, o. T.. were here
with some 1,198 pound Texans that sold
at Sl.r.O yesterday,
Cattle In Montana nre said to have
come through the winter in good con
dition, the winter proving a mild one
notwithstanding the deep snows.
Thomas Forrest, sheep buyer for Swift
ei Co., was mnrrled Tuesday evening to
Mls Finds AValters, of this city.
T. J. Lowe, Midlothian, Tex., was up
yesterday with cattle.
T. D. Morrow, Milford, Tex., had in
M. O'Lriughllii, Cameron, Mo., was here
yesterday with cattle and hogs.
J. K. Kills, Cleveland, Mo., came In
with hogs yesterday.
J. A. Powell, Powell's Siding, Mo., was
in yesterday with cattle and hogs.
Cm. M. Hoffman. Rice county, Kas.. was
nt the ynrds yesterday with cattle and
Henry Stelnkerehner, Newton, Kas.,
came In yesterday with hogs.
C. Chiles, nine Springs, .Mo., was here
yesterday with hogs.
Juan Jose linen, Socorro, Mexico, was
at the ynrili yesterday with cattle.
John AVatklii". Randolph, Kas., bad In
Jeff Drldgeford, of Monroe county.
Mo., Is visiting his son, Charles (1.
J. H. Levi, Missouri City, Mo wns on
the ynrds yesterday with hogs.
.1. F. Trldgcm, Pleasnnt A'lew. Mo ,
was at the yards yesterday with hogs
John Itljorn, l.indsborg, Kas., had In
cattle and hogs yesterday.
J. If. Neff, of the Drovers' Telegram,
has arrived safely at Gibraltar.
H. L. Kuykcndall and C. S. Moore, of
Colorado, were hero yesterdny with cat
tle. J. JL, AV. C. and T. J. Townsend,
Rolckow, Jlo., wero In yesterday with
J. M. Pertle, Kl Dorado, Kas., came In
yesterday with hogs.
Colonel K. Neff, Arkansas City, Kas.,
wns in yesterday with hogs.
William Hubbard, Htttler, Mo., was nt
the yards yesterday with cattle.
J. V. Reynolds, Lafayette county, Mo.,
got feeders here yesterdny.
II. J. Harbor, Audrain county, Mo
was here after stockers yesterday.
NEW WEATHER SIGNALS.
A Huecc-rill Test Made ill New Vork City
Will, Colored Are Lights.
New A"ork. March C A most successful
test wns made this evening of the new
weather slgnnls constructed by the weath
er bureau In the tower of tho .Manhattan
Life Insurance Company's new building at
Sergeant llllas JI, Dunn, the local fore
ca'ster; I'. II. Kimball, architect of tho
building; Superintendent A. J. Ilushinan.
of tho New A'ork Hleetrlc.nl lliiulpment
Company; A. S. Lock. C, O. llrown and
kverul reporters made their way up a spiral
stairway from the seventeenth to the
twenty-fourth door of tho building, where
the signal lights arc, situated In an oc
tagon tower. The signals, red and white,
nre placed ono above the other SSI feet
above the level of tho sea. The lights
which were specially constructed for the
bureau, havo a combined strength of
61,000 candle power. The red signal con
sists of ten aio lamps each of t.ooO candle
power. The white signal, which Is placed
twelve feet above the red, Is made up of
six arc lamps, each of i.000 candle power.
The lest was made shortly after 7 o'clock.
Here, ant Dunn suld he had men sta
tluned at Newark, Rutherford, Long isl
and City, Hrooklyn and lloboken, who will
Icport their observations ot the signals.
"These Ign.ils," tald Sergeant Dunn,
"will indicate approaching winds and will
not he used as rain or snow signals, Tho
red light alone Indicates easterly winds
and hurricanes. wIiIIh light a frosty morn
ing, red and whit,) high westerly winds; a
Hash light with a green shade will Indl
cuie a cold wave.
"A revolving search light will bu con
stru, led on the railing nlout the bal
cony. This light was tested on tho tower
on election nliflit and was nlainly seen
at Ahliur) Park, N. J, AVhcu we get ev
erything In shape no mariner can lenvo
port without, neclug our signals. The
tower, which is the highest Inhabitable
one In the world, will bo occupied by the
weather bureau next week,"
After the signals had been lighted half
nn hour a trip to Hrooklyn was suggested,
At the battery and along lower Hroad
way groups of people had formed nnd
Were watching the changing lights. Tho
party boarded one of the Hamilton ferry
boats and there obtnined a better view of
tho signals. Sergeant Dunn expressed
himself as delighted with tho success of
thu lights. There Is nothing like them In
the world. They cun be been nearly fifty
ttritsht ft'iitfiu'i'd fur l.lfe,
Kingfisher, O. T March 6, (Special ) The
trial of Wesley AVrlght for the murder of
George CurtU last August, resulted In a
vt-rdtct this morning of manslaughter Itt
tho llrst degree. The Jury fixed his pun
ishment at confinement in the penitentiary
l'nuiiil I'riucn to Death.
-.,t...i r rn it t yt-i i-i i ti
Pavne. conntv nnr,,..v ni d rauinv. w.-m
iiutniir. . i .. ti:inn ti riiit-i-uii. .i . n
'ou'"1 yesterday frozen to death on the
can&g vt tau ivaismid river near vvruo.aaoc.
Al.l, TItAINx ItfN VI WXSlMStlTON,
u n...: in, i I
Cast Their Slintlows Before."
fPItl! following ni- lint .ng th,
j t,ri- fr shadow I i.j tip
B. & 0. S-W. RY.
Which rntis throtmh V. i" . 1 Ti i.hf
rrom HI. Louis to Loo, .i. . i in
nntl, Washington, liiinm.ue ' N,
Southern t3aUst Convention,
Washington, I), t'., May 111-11.
Itntcs lo be announced later.
Sural, ,g, i, N. v.. Mai 'i-,luiir I.
Ij Hates to be announced laur.
Baptist Yottnjr. People's Union,
ttnttltiiorc, .Aid,, .Inly I ,!.
One tire for round tr'p.
Christian Endeavor Meeting,
Huston, Mas... duly I1-1M,
One fare for round trip.
Ask for (onditlons,
2(ith Triennial Conclave
Ititstou, .Mass., Aug. "li-tlll,
nnc fare for round trip.
Ask for coildllloh'.
I.oulsttlte. ICy., Sept., 1H().-.
H One cent per mile cn.-h way.
I-'or fall particular1 tvffartling any ot
thc-o ttiL't't.n,Jt aildri"
J. 1YJ. CHESBROUCH,
C tu ral Pasenger Ag, nt.
Or ST.l.OCIS. MO.,
A, C, GOODRICH, Tnu.tWr.Ag.Jl
P. II. tlox 'JIM, Kansas City, Mo. Kj
Only Matlnoo Saturday.
FRANCIS VV ILSON
And Company lu the Comic Opera Success,
The DevtTs Deputy.
Supported by U S. Hart, presenting
"Till! I'AltpilAN".." "TIII2 1.AI1V nf
i.vons" IIM,i nn: jti'.w Jl.cl.l.l:',,
U'ri'Ic Mintl.iy lutlnt'O
Tin Vo. I C p-uiy In
The Girl I Left Behind Me.
Management or ( IIAKI.IN ntOIIMAX.
.'o AtivANci: is Pitici:-it
An Arllslle Triumph,
.,e una ooe
iv, " a
R Never Were Aiudeiices .Mom Delighted, m
bj Comiliencliig S, iml.iv Matinee, the Cv" m
jj! clonic Disturber of the Itlslbllltles,' !
g Herliert I shN-lm.
1 CawtllOril, J on Nile.
TO-.NU1I1T AT HtlZ. MATI.N'Ki: MlO
Wi'iliii'stlay, 'I liiirsihiy ami Saturduy
May Shaw Burlesque Company.
(inclusion, "IIIVOICCII COI'IST."
Boarding & Livery Stable,
FOURTEENTH and PENN STS.
Only lire Proof Stable In tin, City. Itelltted
Throughout. Picothlng Plrst-Class.
Our Carriages aro Heated.
If you want prompt service,
H. W. ARCHER, Prop.
S1M.1;NI)II) PKOP1TS ARI; MADU
Py .-enuliig for our
I'aintihlet on Sieciihttliu and ltiest
nifiith. Mic, csful Walt Mrcel Oper
atlinis Await Vou Arter ite.idiug It.
.Mailed KIUIK on application. It will tell
you how you can speculate v. ith minimum
chances of loss, tlalns increase llAPIDI.Y.
Dur lilscretlonary .Speculations yield our
customers huge profits for modest invest
ments, and receive special attention.
Stocks, llonds, ijraln, Provlsluns and Cot
ton bought and told fur cash or on a mar
gin of ii to f, per c, nt.
I'DMMISHIU.N' I-1C 1'UK CK.NT.
Write for full pariliulars.
(llst.ibllshed 1S ) Uucorporated 1M-'.)
CONSOLIDATED STOCK AND
Ml New and fi:j llrii.ul M.. M1W VOItK.
nnplfls li. I ('urcsScrnruln. Keremu
OUCOlllli nUi Ii una nil lilmxl ami kli, ,llcajM
-- I'ltlci: iMi.no.
Jnrifii Hn 9 'inci:s i:i,ii,..v umt un
- I'ltiin: si.nu.
Jllnelflis tin t '"'ItllH IVmiiln Wt-ak.
OUBblllt, nut Oi - ainl iim-um'i or wuutcn.
' -- I'ttirt: st.oii.
Medicines sent to all points securely tialcd,
on icecijit f price. Uivoull sjintunins when
orilcrina hv mail, t'orrespoiideiiti, t'linlliltn
tl.il. SemUtamp for hooulit
CONSULTATION FREE AND INVITED,
O:tl"o hours!) toS; 7to8. hunday lOtoU,
PILES CUREOJOR NO PAY.
XDXl. CD!rI33I3ej ts CO.,
10 West Math St., KANSAS OITV, Ml).
is 'tut: oxlv
K!'.t.r.f ' "to (iuanuitotJ,
, yrais ,'nT,piii'e.
3. W f - 'ill, A MalnSlI,
.., s.,r, .no.
DR. FELIX LE BRUN'S
Steele Pennyroyal Pills
illtNC II, put 1 and relluulo euro
a ma uit, iTioe, l.ui; eeut
Federmann & Hallar, Druggists and Sola
'AcenU. Ml Main St Kansas Cltj', Uo,
Is a Krell Upright Uratid Piano, factory retail price of wlilt
$450, that we will .ell for $265 attU on easy payments. A
A Krell fprljflit Oram!, new, slljrhUy iuo,1, with Improved full
metal frame, seven nnd oni-lhlrd octaves, thrci stringed, Capo
d'nitro liar throughout tho entire scale, patent re pent hi if notion,
nickel plated itlctittlie action frame, Ivory keys nnd noiseless
metal pedal action, echo attachment operated by third pedal,
cao tlouulc veneered with sawed vuticor Inside and nut, contin
uous nickel plated hltiro on top lid and also on fall board, top
frame contains ntttomallc slldlnif dealt artistically entrravcd.wlth
engraved panel on each side, two solid pilasters finely carved
tintl licnvy top tnonldlttfr, bottom frame contains two finely en
graved panels handsomely carved pillar trusses, full size, beau
tifully figured unlnut case. A double wnrranteo for sl.x years.
Terms Si., cash nud S10 per month. No, 2 To-morrow.
J. Wo Jenkins9 Sons,
928 GVlA5t3 STREET.
rf-5 102 and io. West oth Street, Kansas City, Mo.
ifiiO ', Tho Old Itcllabb, Doetor. Oldest In Age, T.ongcst T.nrtiteit. A KegnlaJ
riSiVK It) ,1. ...in 1,1 M..,Uclic. (Her 7 lears bpccbil i'mctlce.
4 AiithorUcd by tho Ktate to treat CHRO.XIC, WVOUSanif SPECIAL 0
wj2 nniiantccd or money refunded. Ad tiiedlcine s f urnlslicd ready for '
tlon from business. '
Patients lit a
sent tYcTywhcro.frco from gazo or lircuknrc. Chnrces low. O'MH.E'.S'Jfa
rxpericnconrclmportanu tjtato your case and teud for terms. Consultation Is Irco and conn
denllal, cither personally or by letter. . ,,,, ,c-..-,-)..i.n.,
Seminal Weakness and Sexual Debility, (S5TXSy!
iroduemc loscna. ptmplc una blrtchrt on tho
i..." 1 ...:::.. i . .
manhood, &e., cured for life. I can stop nil night
nuu Draiux'cr, cuiaiu uuuircuiucu i;.n.
CTrtli 1 1 1 c that tcrrlblo disease, In nil I
forms nnd stneca cured for
lire. IJloouI'olsoiung. M(ia Jiisencs. uiccrs,
SwelllnKS. Sores, (lonorrhieannd Olect. undnll
forms ot Prlvnto Diseases positively cured or
Rnn. for both scici, S3 pace. 27 pictures,
OUUIS. truoto life, with full ilcscrlptioit of
nbovo diseases, tho effects nnd cure, rent seal
ed In plain wrnppei-for flc in stamps, ltcad this
nine uoo nuuausncriiboi ucsiiuuu.
- c , . J ..
l-ree mUSClim Ot Anatomy thousands ofcurloslttcs. Tho 1 a a. n.to Sp.m.
ltfc-liko tnodclu mid wax llgurcs deeply impress tho mludj-a school of in-1 Sundays 10 to 13.
structlon a sennnn without words. .
M It IJmvXBOOrtrnatltrd In 1h tank, which I ivi:i forfeit fur above dlsccsct thet I cannot can.
c. s. Mortnv,
iFTROPOI STIU NA
KVU&a a filial faiB B BIUV
Deposits Feb. 1, lU'Jt, SL'.Olo.ltl.Oi). Deposits Feb. 1, 1CJ,"). 82,738,578 2t.
V. K. Hall,
M". C. (ibiss,
C. A. I'ugslcy,
J. II. Wiles,
"oollclt nccountsof llanks, H.miters, Corporations, Firms Merchants and Individuals and will
be glad to meet or correspond with those contemplating making changes or opening now accounts.
ASK FOR A BW".?
TIio MBUOANTILE IS THE FA VO JUTE TEN CENT CIGAR.
Por sale by all First-class Dealers. Manufactured by the r. It. KICK MI.'IICANTII.IO ujnAK
CO. Factory No. .".Ol St. Louis, Mo. CIIAS. W. La.mii. Western AgL, Ml Lydla Avs, Kas. City
JLX JL m ,g4 m
ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY FURNISHED
mk- W ' II ' II : min S 811
JMltlXTOItS: I1?v.i';"!FaI?!!:,S"",l,,!enh " Covingtos. Cashier. u. A. McKmnES.
1 IIe.niiv- U. kuMpir, Vica Pres'u P. if. ICuiir, II, J. HucKr. S. s. Skuas
Foreign Drafts Issued on Ail Parts of the Old World.
b. vr. wooowAitn. v. a. r.vxox. .7. c. ltoitToy.
WOODWARD, FAXON & CO.,
DEALERS IN PAINTS, OILS AND CLASS,
1206 and 1208 Union Avo. (Near Union Dopot), Kansas City, Mo,
"DON'T PUT OFF TILL TO-MORROW THE DU
TIES OF TO-DAY." BUY A CAKE OF
&r a & M r IsBgg I
SiVEOICE THE OXilinFOID lOc OIGAH.
Ill nnwFiimn 1 IP mi 11 11 inifc,
Miiiniractnred of the hnlieat Himm.t Tobaeeo,. It, tier than cwr. i'or Kale ewrywhere.
Mlw t'HTroi AKiN,
( M.HVH MUMHUUU bAU,
Over Una Million Peoplo wear tbo'
W. L. Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes
All our ahoes are equally satisfactory
They give the but valuo for tin nonty.
They tqnul cuttum chocs In ttyle and fit.
'I bclr wearing qualities uro uniurpeiieJ.
The prlcee ore unllorm,...itamped on tele.
From Si to $3 rnivcd over other inekce.
If yjur dealer cannot supply you wo can. Sold by
v, A.AIIUNDS, M3 Mlnuetota Ave,
COl.Hr.N M.Hil.i:, S.iv, cor. litli and Stain.
II.T. MOATS, AI1IM11I11 St.
V. M. IIAII.V. lrtija (iraiiil Ave.
nnisi'ii nttot.. i:ia;i (ir.mii Ave,
I'ltlll) l'ltllr.filllHt SiiriiiE'luldAve.
IIU.MtV 1MI.K, (I03 Writ 17th St.
531 K. o.
Tent & Awning Go,,
of AvtnliiKil nf ull linuls, IVnU
of aft Minis. I'iairs, faulliis,
wihti ui an uiiidn. ellll lor
priced Telepluinu KIM.
IOU Wet :iKlitli bt.
vn thp vntiNn Mrc
Pozzoni's Complexion Powder gives fresher
wmiuro, iu 111c uiu vencweq youin. f y
Oldest Music Mouse In Kansas City.
use. No ilctcn
distance treated by mail and express. Medicines
face, rUcs of niooa xo uoati, piuas n vac , to.-
losses, restoro lost sexual power, rcstoro ncrvo
IU )U,3kiiUUUIlUjUU ttw.w. uu-...t.av.
It'SCfi-Jr-f iif-r permanently cured without
jorjOLI lUtlll w caustic, cnttln:, bougies or
rs, I sounds. No pain, no exposure. Patient can
iiunauuw.n.jU ..-.. - 0-.
use the treatment ot home.
iieumatlSm nuoMmatlo Cure. 4.
KUltBCUlSK. 'l'honrcalest discmcry In tho
nnnaH tit medicine. Oca iloso gives relief; a
few desca roraovo fever nnd pain In Joints;-
euro in a few days. Pcnd statement of case.
with stamp for circular.
Rnr M.-n Onlv. Hcoletn with 1 l
J. G. STItriAN.
IVIMi T.. OATNES,
Kansas City, Mo.
;. i:. Jtnss, I'ranlt Ilngeruian,
;eorgn '. C.ntes, I.. It. Smith,
,1. IC. Iliirnbiiiii, t;. S. Morcy,
11. 1,. MeElroy. J. t!, htrean.
J, W. Merrill.
tf 2Jth mul Atimmlt c
Ksf &V I I B
New York Life Ruildintr.
10 West Ninth St., Kansas Clty.Mo.
Leading and Successful Specialist in ninii
Nervou, mm Urliury DUeasSS. "l00i
M.Ui)U.-. Jiuiiii.i 1 v. win, it, mm,
Kloomy symptoms, cured. T
-'" ' JT ! V permanently restore,.
ihSiwWr! ,U!,,:A!,KS cu "uicuiy'iaj
ll'lll'iv'll.l. 'TlllMio . . ..
J. WUlttler and revive' VhudiaCoXo!,rof1a
''WV.?! JS51.1? lHut c?uot L mmiied.' y
..4...',ia.7 iuiuuuuu m bman cost, aui
''.?? led. Treatmtn. Kp.VlUt
I'ltnil conbultatlon and urinary analysis.
GUIDE 1ifal"l.au,J "Ufb'encles, oale.l,
Dr. H. J. WHITTIER,
III West Math St.. KANSAS til -y. 510
Till! till, THAT I.UIIHICATUS Mo. VI' IS
hTILI. MANUlAtTUICl.il 1JV
VACUUM OIL GO.
But 10 buy it-and you will get ft ia itJ
original iiackajjes go 10
STANDARD OIL COMPANY.