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THE TCVNSAS CITY JOURNAL. RtrNDA1 MAUC1I 10, ISO,.
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Cnilrrtnhi nK 1'ractlcnlly A-rerel Upon
A lii-rcliy tha lle't IVitiifrn nf Iho
LiiiKlilliililll Villi Itnltctnlmd
ThoO'.llcari ) lilt Drnd.
Jefferson City. Mo , March P -(Special 1
"Hope eprlttRs eternal" Doubt has irivcn
placo to reasonable nssitrnnco Hint nil elec
tions hill, sue h ni tlio publle enfety and
vvolfnio demand, may et ticcomo a liw
The. Dcnioi nitt In the cnato nro now much
more amenable to reason than they were
u foil dtts iiro. An imdorstnmllhsr Ins
been practically nRreod upon whereby tlio
rilley bill Is to bo amended In the son.ito
to Include some of tin- heat features of tho
Lauchlln bill, and tn retain, In effect lit
leiat, the recoidor of voters, to bo appoint
ed by tho coventor. .Senator Dunn, who
lias heretofore stoutl lefuscd to havo nn
thlnir to do with a compromise bill, 13
ready now to asreo upon the Lausrhlln bill
or tha l'llley bill, tho recorder of utors to
lie retained Tho policy of tho majority
In tho Kiinto dtlaslliK nitlon upon an elec
tions bill, coupled with tho further fa. t
that the O'.Mcnra bill, which was at last
l elicited, was In many fentme.s wuixo than
tho present law, and raised ti storm of In
dlgnant public piotest, and tho conceded
fact that somo hill must pass, have com
pletely dlForsanl7ed tho Democratic ma
jority Their word", their delay and I heir
lepoited elections bill plalnlj showed their
bad faith, and when Senators Goodjltoonlz,
Lancaster and Harrison deserted their
tanks, leavlnir them In a minority, they
could do nothliiR but jleld to public prcs.
ruro. This thev hnvo dono reluctantly,
nnd with Illy disguised bad humor, Tho
known fact tint fifteen Itepubllcan mid
threo Democratic fecnators stood ready to
itnlto In pabslmr somo advanced elections
I Mil hastened tho decision of others to
ngreo upon homo leform measure Tho
I only present fear that a (rood elections bill
may fail Is founded In the knowledge that
I tho session cannot last much longer. In
threo moie das tho s-oventv d.is limit
, villi hao expired, and thereafter member
I of tho houso and senate alike will draw
l only $1 per day Then they will scatter
I llko sheep unless held together by a whole
Koine feat of tho Ptito press and public
sentiment. No elections law can possibly
bo agreed upon Inside of a week or ten
i davs Therein lies tho danser. The prcs3
i and tho public must bo nllo to tho Issue,
i and Incessant In their demands, or wake
ful partisanship, apparently sleeping and
nlwajs slow In a ease like this will jet
precnt the p.iss.iro of any elections law
At 10 a m , Senator Vv'urdenan called up
tho special order, the resolution submitted
bv himself, looking to tho submission to
the peoplo of tho state of an amendment
to the constitution lentovlnir tho state c ip
ltol to St. Louis county. Ho m.ido a brief
t-peech, In which ho urccd that tho propo
rtion for capital removal submitted by
fit Louis county Is vastly better and more
ndvantnRcous to tho people of tho state
than the Sedalla chimo tint St Louis
county stands ready to plcdso 2,000.000 as
an evidence of pood faith. ,
Senator Yeater followed In opposition to
tho resolution Ho fcaid that to adopt it
might put the peoplo of thn state In tho
anomalous position of choosinpr two scats
of permanent state pov eminent, for So
ilalla's proposition nnd tint submitted by
tho people ot St Louis county (if the latter
is adopted), will allko be otod upon by
"Yes" nnd "No," and both inlsht cany.
He declared that ho did not bellco tho St
Louis board of trado was actlns In Rood
fcbh He did belleo that tho purpose was
'to complicate, the situation and, if possible,
defeat bedalla, without carrjlnff tho capi
tal to St. I.ouls county.
Senator Seaber thought that Jefferson
C tj and Sedalla should be allowed to fight
It out at the polls, unhampered by tho In
terference of a third party.
Senator Morrisey tried to kill the resolu
tion b moving to refer It to committee.
President O Meara ruled his motion out
of order, as the senate at the time was
acting under suspension of the rules.
Senator Morton favored the resolution.
Senator Gray opposed the resolution and
raid that no one had answered the legal
objections offered by Senator Yeater. A
Iinlf dozen other speeches were made
The resolution was defeated b a ote of
5 e is, 2 na , ffl.
Immediately upon tho announcement of
the vote Senator Yeater moved to suspend
the ruIe-3 nnd take up for engrossment his
lilll, Introduced a few rtavs ago, binding tho
people of Sedalla to deposit security with
the governor for the erection of the state
hulldlngs Ihe bill Is as follows:
When any proposed amendment to tho
constitution of tho state shall be submitted
to tho aunlllled oters thereof, changing
the s;at of government, and providing
therein for the erection of new public build
ings and the donation of grounds, without
expense to tho state. It shall bo lawful for
and bo the duty of tho city or county
ivlthln which tho seat of government Is
proposed to bo located, either directly, or
through ome person or persons in lieu
thereof, to d posit with the goernor such
1 ecurltles bunds or obligations ns he may
deem sufllclent to guarantee tho erection
of such buildings nnd the donation of such
grounds vlthout any expense to tho state,
ns well as to gini inteo In addition tho
fnllhful pi rformunop of any other pro
x IMon of nnv such proposed amendment to
Surh securities bonds or obligations shall
lie deposited with the governor on or be
fore the Mi st day of August next prior to
the general election at which such pro
posed constitutional amendment Is to bo
xoted upon. The nmount of such securi
ties bonds or obligations shall be estimated
cist of erecting such buildings and procur
ing such grounds as any proposed amend
ment may provide fpr, together with cost
of carrying out nnv other provisions ot
Fiieh proposed amendment! nnd for tho
purpose or determining such cost, the gov
Jrnor shall tako the advlco of a competent
nrchltei t. . ,
Senator Morton offered an nmtndment
providing that the proposed securities be
deposited within six months after adjourn
ment of the leglslatutc. Tt was defeated
Then Senator I'ovveis offered nn amend
ment, providing that If Sedalla falls to
mako the required deposit the governor
Fball thereupon Issue .1 proclamation to
ltlng tho faet ot hih li failure This Sen
itor Tunnell amended by providing th it
o governor t-hnll also lsuo a proclnmn
' ,11 If the deposit Is mn le and Is satis.
actory These amendments vcro adopted
X'pon motlor of Si nator L man tho 1st
Any at May whs llxed ns tho last day upon
which the securities may be deposited
The sen ite then took n recess and upon
reconvening. It xoted .down a furthei
cimendment providing that Sfdnlla should
deposit J2CW0 In securities ns a guarantee
of rood faith The bill was then engrossed
The senate passed a number of hoiu-o
lillls this afternoon Mr Diabelle's bill, to
tirovlde for n publlo school teachers and
clerical employe!,' pension and retirement
fund tn the city of bt Louis, was pissed
ns was Mr Leaeenbv's bill providing that
i-rhool directors Ftnll have tho light to.
lis necessity demands, transfer money from
thu Incidental to the Imlldlnir fund and vice
Another hnnso bill passed by the sennte
xv tu 1 Mr. Jenkins' bill providing that village
trustees man navr i" nmii w iny uuun
male Inhabitants between tho ages of 21
nnd M jears a ncll l of J I in t-ii.li
cr threo das' labor on tho streets und
"iVn" lor KleVe'l'-luTl. that none but law-
ers shall 1)0 euEjmiu m uiu ujiu-' m ja
1,, nr tha neacu 111 inc e-uy m ol. i4ouis.
Senator KennUh's bill, amending nnd re
xislnc the law governing the nsseusment
of tornoiatlons. pats-d tho senate, as did
the bill refiulrlne tailrmd lompnnles to
1 rnlsh shippers of stock proper accom
modations In tho cabooses of freight trains,
nr Tubba Becuied tho suspension of the
rules and the passage, In the house pf his
tolnt und comurreut resolution for an
iimtndment to tho lonstitutlon to lonvcit
the bonded fltht of the ktate. Including
nil 1 certllleatcs of inlebtedness whleh do
iiovv or may hereafter form a part of the
permanent school fund of the state, into
an interest bearing fund,
Mr Choate'a bill to prevent the owner
shin of land by foieltjners was the tubjett
nf a luatcd debate.
Mr Choate ureuid that these aliens held
the land for tpeculitlvo purposes und ho
hoDed this would be stopped at once by
the passage of the Dili.
Mr Spencer, of St, Loulj, spoke against
the bill. He declared the titlo should be
"an act to Increane the rate of Interest in
Missouri, un act to retard the rrosrens of
the state a quarter of a, century and to
Virpetrate the most Iniquitous legislation
T I H F
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Our Great Clearino' Sale of Odds and Ends is proving an immense Success. Daily aiiracting largo crowds of
eager Buyers. No such values have ever before been oliered to the peoplo of Kansas Cily.
Come and see ihem. They speak for themselves.
92 Bedroom Sets,
56 Bedroom Sets,
24 Bedroom Sets,
5 Parlor Suits,
5 Parlor Suits,
3 Parlor Suits,,
42 Folding Beds,
2 1 Folding Beds,
6 Folding Beds,
In case of
2 III I'll m ti a li u i ill M fe 1 i 1 I
o mm s Mm m ifl m i i i 1 1 11 MMI 1 li tl ? U
I lliilfi II I llllilmMilll I
eer perpetrated in thH state in Its hls-
t0Jlr. Julian ipoke asalnst the bill. Ho
thought It nn unfair law bc.ause It soi'Sht
to take attny fiom persons that allien
they bad bought nnd paid for
Jlr. Iiucl.ncr spoke for the bill He nas
followed by Jlf-i-irs Bchooler and Jloran,
iho dei.lartd that forelsneis were Kettinh
too strong a hold In this country and they
wanted to call a halt Mr Watson asked
Ml Schooler if he referred to the Wilson
bill This created a I-iiiRh Messrs. fawan
(?i.r and Uest spoke acalnst the bill.
Ml l'uson. the l'opullst member from
I.nUede. spoke for tho bill and declared
"theso forelcners were robbing ns of our
land and it was lefralUed robbery.
Mr. Choato closed the deb ite, nnd Mr.
.Tullin moed to indeilnltely postpone,
vihU.li was lost. The bill was then piwd
ncs SI, noes, 53 Tho bill pnnides that
non-resident aliens shall not nuiu ro title
to. take, or hold any lands in this state
by descent. deUse, purchase or othcrwtse,
eeept those iho aro now ho 11 is 1 '"I.
Mho .hall dispose of same within threo
Mr'nittlnBer'i bill to appropriate Si: noo
for busts of Dlalr and Benton was passed
Senator 0 raj's bill to perm t all cities
of the state to prohibit by ordinance tho
"ale I of Ugarctte and cigarette wrappers to
m'S."hcr St. I.ouls police bill, sU InB the conn
ell authority to' raise the aliry of chief
of police T to $3,000 and tlxlns the scalo for
110M'r Tubbs" excise 'eomuilssloner bill for
3t Toiils was passed. The salary is llxed
at 53 500 with f 10.0O) for nth. r expenses.
All ' moneys 'collected shall be pa U J into
lift dtntrt treasury A i-m or ?j bhuii uo
nMd by each person plln for a license
Tho bill establlshlnK n board of pardons
for the "tafo r?enttentlary falU-d of pa-saKo
It wal actively oppo'ed bv bta o AudUor
fielbcrt whoi-o ncrnulsite of l-M l,cr,y
It S M dostroj. Upon his personal op
peal "eleral Democrats w ho, had "Pr.?rtert
S,,;0 vo ea0 ,..KE'tart
Thoy may xote for the bill and secure Us
rTnSChouSa mm in session to-nlKht eon-
S.?SontTl.- npp o.ibitlon 9for the Hsh com-
b 7nen vyfrotn Mr Crisp chairman of the
Blrn 't'S.f.T'nassed ' Senator Lancaster's
B,Tndn,v 'barher Sloslnrr W. l-o tl.i bill to
Pundiy liarner iiiioiiit- jj0Ilri troops nt
t"nt'.lees "ff'StaUonary Jtldse. Lookout
MountalT and Chlckamuub'a.
I (Klalilllw tf.
R,.nator llotl's bill, relesslni? collectors
from libllltle. for he " Ion of J e
llnquent taxes of live jcurs stanoint,,
''b" nior Move's bl. miUlnr Insurance
policies non-fortdtable after threo years,
'TbllMoTroVect'Tamo nml fl-h. and to
nrovIlL for tho nnpolntment of a game
warden mn"l Th warden Is to bo ap.
nniiiteil lii tlio FOernor and It shall be
Mi duty to see that all b'anio and fish laws
""rhoecnato committee on ngrleumire,
after a stormy session reported a aubstl.
fu o for lie Murray bill sepnratlnR the air.
rieultural colle from th iinWerslty Tho
JJSie -o la to li" remnveil but It remains
under control of the board of curators of
university. This board Is made up of
hreo aluinnl of the '''verlty. three n,
culturlsts and three represrntntles of the
miiiiiip- Bcctlonii of the state The llrst
threo ?epie-tnt tho university, the next the
agricultural collcee and tho last threo the
school of mines.
A Un) oitiilal.
Collector of Customs Withers finds
himself a very busy man these dajs. Iu
addition to the Increase of business consct
ouont to the collection of the Income tax,
Oio distilleries of tho district are ppeulmj
im JKain and there Is u considerable
amount of liquor belnij taken out of bond
for use. Many of the smaller dlstllleiies
that hae been closed for toma months ara
opening again and runnlns full time. Most
of them aro small, but they are of suf.
flelent Impoitanpo to require very careful
supervision at the hands of the govern
ment. , ,
Ilrnwu's llroiuhlil 'troches" are widely
known as an admirable remedy tor Uroactillls,
Uoraes9, Coughs and 'ihroat Troubles.
price $18,00, clearing price
price 25 00, clearing price
price 40.00, clearing price
price 2 S. 00, clearing price
price 40.00, clearing price
price Co. 00, clearing price
price j6. 00, clearing price
price 25.00, clearing price
price 40.00, clearing price
price 35.00, clearing price
price 50.00, clearing price
price 65.00, clearing price
sickness or loss of employment
KESHLEAR IN NEW TROUBLE
COUTV COritT CUTS OIT UTS SAT.AKY
as ni;i-t,rv at i:-9iiAi-
llo Is Not Attending tn Ills Duties, but
Ik DmotlilK Ills ) lltlrn Timu tn
thu Contest Caso Steirnrt
Joseph Kcshloar, v.'ho Is drawing a fat
salary from the county In tho capacity
of a deputy marshal under Henry P.
Stewart and attendinu to tho Sloan-
I Keshlear contest caso, to the exclusion of
i lila duty, x-.-as virtually cut off from tho
'county payroll xeaterday by tho county
i court In session at Independence.
Keshlear draws a salary of fl.COO a
I j ear, and evidently regards "A publlo
olllco as a private snap." Uver since the
flllns: of contest notice upon Mr. Kesh
lear by Mr. Sloan, who was elected to
the ofllce of marshal, Keshlear haa been
ilovotlnrr his entire personal attention to
devising; waia and means to keep Sloan
out of tho otlico to which he was right
Yesterday Judgo Stone made a motion,
which was heconded by Judgo Smith,
notifying Mr. Stewart that the county
would not allow the salary of Mr. Kesh
lear vvhllo that Individual wa8 not In any
way performing tho duty of a deputy.
Tho cletk wa3 ordered to seive the no
tice upon Mr, Stewart at once.
Judge Stone stated that he did not be
lieve In any olllclal receiving pay from
tho county when that olllclal was looking
strictly after his own prlvato affalts.
Keshlear was present each day at the
recounting of tho ballots In tho election
contest case and was In no way attend
ing to his duty ns a publlo otllcer. Yet
ho was drawing a salary of $1,500 a year
from tho public puise. With such a
state of utf.ilitf tha county could bo
tnulcti'd out ot thousands of dollars if
thu B.imo rule obtained In other oillces
This order of tho court will put Mr.
Keshlear nt n ellsadvaiitago. To havo a
fat salary coming In monthly it would
stand him well In hand to delay tho
contest proceeding"! Indefinitely, As It
now Is ho has two contests on his handj.
One for tho olllco which ho hopes to
keen Sloan out of until two ycnr3 havo
i passed, and the other for his salary as
a d.Miutv in name only. Marshal Stew
art was severely criticised esteulay by
tho court for allowing Keshlear to ro
maln a deputy, draw a palnry nnd not
bo of any publlo w Tho court pro
poses to ttilte a decisive stand on tho
matter, nnd no amount ot threats fiuni
tho gang will detet tho Judges from
looking nfter the Interests of tho people.
Coupled with tho order of tho court
camo notices from J. II. Ilrlnkley, J,
Scott Ilanlson, Jr., and C. M Ciandnll
In withhold tho salaries ot T. T. Crltten
den, J. O Cnpello nnd John O'Js'cll, Tho
notices wcio similar to those served on
tho preceding day. Tho court took no ac
tion In the matter except to lofer the
notices to tho county counselor. Yes
terday tlio county continued the lovlslon
ot tho jury lists.
Jleltronm's in ilium Arrested,
George McCraw who seriously stabbed
Geoiga McHrootn, a street laborer. In thu
ablomen rrlduy, was arrested yesterday
inurnlng by Detectives Hunt and Halpln
at Tom Divls' ealoon on Grind avenue.
McCraw was In a drunken ondltlon when
nrrested llo said his trouble with Mc
Iiroom would not havo occurred If Mc
Hrootn had not tried to have him dls.
ohaigi'd when he was flieman at the flats
on tho corner of Thirteenth and Washing
ton ktreets. He gavo no other excuso for
Meltroom was removed from his home
to the city hospital yesterday. Ills con
dition Is still considered critical.
Torest JH11 Is the new modern lawn
cemetery, S-'J ucres. Fund for perpetual
maintenance. l'lnest receiving vault In
thu Went, with eighty catacombs. All
persons are solicited to uso it In cold or
stormy wenthir or when Interments are
delated. Tor free transportation on Sun
day afternoon and ull Information, see
GeorKe Law, ser-3tary. 403 Now York Llfo
building. Telepluno 1771.
It 1). Smltbsoo, auctioneer. 711 Walnut
bargains at Wednesday and baturdiy talcs.
Bi. NOW? 1"4i Pffl km sm .vi :,:s S vtM ;; js Ktv ifiA r-al M ktilb iiS ii. rc. ra c
iS Bed Lounges,
15 Bed Lounges,
145 pr. Lace Curtains,
1 28 Framed Pictures,
155 Framed Pictures,
75 Parlor Lamps,
25 Combination Bookcases,
1 75 OaU Tables
2,790 yds. Ingrain Carpet,
1, 156 yds. Ingrain Caipct,
1,390 yds. Brussels Carpet,
1,420 yds. Brussels Carpet,
we will extend your payments.
Mr. Joseph T RUgewny, the principal
of the "Washington school, Is a native of
Linn county. Ills boyhood was spent In
that county and Ilowaid and Iloone
counties. lie was biought up on a farm
Ills education was gained at Ilrooklleld
academy and Columbia. He entered tha
Missouri state university In 1S70 nnd re
ceived his bachelor's degreo four veais
later. He received at tho same time the
degree of bachelor of didactics, having
attended the university normal school.
Ills M. A degree ho received In 1SS0. IIo
. -rp. vursi
' M- " Wr
rnoi-ESSOB j. t. iudggwat.
tutored during his college course nnd
taught country schools during his vaca
tions. Tno ilrst work he did alter gradu
ation was acting us ptlnclpal ot a nine
loom school at nroohfleld. lie was for
eight ears tho supetlntendent of schools
it .Macon, resigning tlio plnco in liSl to
tnka a post graduate course at Yale
university. IIo was there a student In
thu I'h D course In history, sociology
and political science. Ho was offered the
Pilnclpalshlp of tho Washington bchool
In ISS7 and accepted It. He has been Its
hend ever since, and has made it one of
the best schools In the place. IIo has un
der him In tho school eleven teachers.
Tho waul school course Is carried out to
as near peifectlon as tt possibly can be,
Thu school has a laiger foreign element
than any other school In Kansas City.
Aa a teault the work demands the best
jnlmaiy teachers who can be secured.
The instruction In every study Is ex
cellent, and Mr. Itidgovvay enters Into
tho woilc with ns much enthusiasm ns
his teachers. Hecauso many of tha chtl
dt en ne Italians, Arabians, Germans
and Husalans tho methods of teaching
reading nra largely phonetic rather n
uulqtio feature. Tho results are very
satUfactlry, tor the children lonrn
vvoids almost altogether through their
own cffoits nnd so become self-reliant
nnd Industrious. So cosmopolitan Is tho
school that In tha primary grades
chlblteu may be heard In sit different
languages. The Washington school,
thanks to Mr. Uldgowaj's c ireful and
Judicious management, has never been
overcrowded, though It holds COO chil
dren dally. Tha work and tho pupils
are moie evenly distributed than tn any
ot the other schools, vvhllo tho discipline
und standing la of tho best. The school
sent thirty children to the high school
Mr. Hldgeway U Inclined to bo con
servatlvo In his methods, but he Is nev
ertheless liberal In his Ideas. He Is a
man of strong convictions and Is never
afraid to express himself clearly and
pointedly. He Is a thorough scholar,
and Is the best versed tn the subjects of
history and political science of any of
tho teaching fiaternlty ot the city. Dur
ing tho world's fair he was the custo
dian of tho Missouri publlo school ex
hibit. His management and bis high at-
HA ) rifKV
NO INTEREST EVER CHARGED.
talnmonts won Missouri more prizes
than wero received by any other state.
I-nblln b bonl TNntoi.
The March principals' meeting will bf
held next Saturdnx It will be taken up
with reports on the progtess being mads
u i-o teachers In the way of lingu.igo
At the meeting of the G reenxv-iofl Club
nxt Friday evening J'rluclpil John T.
Buchanan villi rend a paper cr. - 'nelllng,
the German philosopher.
The bpcond term of tho si huol yar
closul on I'tlday last. To-motrovv is tho
llist day of the last term.
BODYOF EUGENERHODES FOUND
Item ilns nf tint X ntiiig K ins in. I ost on tin,
1 Ibr, Muslin! Ahluiru lu )'nj,tmil.
Washington, March 0. (Special ) John
11 Lamer, of this city, attorney for tho
Ithodes estate, his lucelvcd a cibligiim
staling that tho body of jounr; Lugi-in
lihodi'H, of Hutchinson, ICas,, who was lost
on tho i:ibe, has washid nshoro oft draves
rnd, Lngland, Theio seems to be no doubt
about tho ldcutlllcatlon. On tho little finger
as a ring In whleh was engraved tho
noids "Sophia lihodes." Ccrttll-atcs of
deposit In tho banks ot Ilcldeilierg, Ge
many, wero alo found In the poi Let of
the coat. They wero taken out in thi name
of Uugeno Ithodej. I pun the rciUpt of
the cablcrram Mr, Lnrucr c ibl-d b u k to
havo the bolv placed In a vault, and later
tt will In all probability bo brought to this
lOiintr. Thu father of the owii, man, It
villi b recalled, died In I'ravldciice hospi
tal In this city a short time before thu Ger
man steamer was lost.
.Ml Ml II MUVl-lO.V
Tlio records of cc-JuMIc Lat'haw's of.
Pea were removed vctcrday Into Justice
.Mayor Davis jesterday accepted the In
vitation of the major of Macon Clt. Mo.,
to be tha guest or tha city March 17 and
deliver tha address of wcUotno at the statu
encampment ot tno .vus&ouu u, A. It.
Thu case against Frank Monroe, the va
riety theater man who was urreated Fri
day on a charge of employing female. In a
resort vihero liquors nro sold, was contin
ued by Ju3tlco Kruegor yesterday for una
Mrs. Maggie Swltzor, the alleged pocket
book thief, was sentenced to thirty das
In the county Jail by Justice Spit.! i ester
day. The woman'a husband was sent to
tha rockplla for llfty das by 1'ollce Judge
Jones on a chirga of lagraucy
Mary Cook was lined J30 In the police
court sestoidiy on a charge of cruelly
whipping a i-i ear-old child, which she
claims to have adopted. Tho child was pro
duced lu court, und the ugly wounds
on Its back, mad by a cowhlla whip,
were shown In evidence
Flank Cirnes was fined $13 mil costs In
Jusilo WHhion's court sesteidis on a
chuiged of astauMng George ilurb-T in
the Askew saddlery houso on Delaware
street Cnrnvs used a lnlfe, but It vvus
plain! thou n that he did so In self-defense.
Hurber was not seriously hurt
An Impurtant meeting of thu p irk board
will be hold Tuisday afternoon, at wh'ch
tho prcpoaed park ameuiiiii-nt to tha char
ter will be dUcusnd It is expected that
the members of thu board of publlo works
and Eomu members of thu council will be
preMtif nnd take part In thu discuss on,
Julia DeVoto and Michael Connors, two
notorious North end characters, were ar
raigned beforo Justice Hpltz jijstcrlay on
a cliarge of Healing (Ho suits of clothing
from William Herman's. No 113 Wet
Slxih siicet, Tho Justice commlttel them
to 1nll to await a preliminary lieailng
Thur day nftcrooon,
At tho next meeting of tha boird of pub
llo w rks, Tuesday morning, the matur of
tho hangs of grade on Tenth strtet, be
tween Grand avenue and Locust street, nnd
on Oak street from Tenth to Lleventh
stre t. will ba heard. The hoard will also
d.siuss a proposition to huv Eix or more
hand carts. In which to collect tho little
frum the streets,
John Antlauer, tho operator of fertlllzlnj
works In the Kast bottoms, appeared b-foie
the board ot health yesterday tn answir
to complaints that he vins maintaining a
nuisance. He was given until tho neet
meeting of the boatd to demonstrate Hat
he could run his works without creatine a
nuisance, and If ho falls (o do so the wo ks
will be closed up
When Afthur Moies, alias Morrison, the
alleged corrupt Ninth ward election Jul;,
and John Johnson were arraigned In J Jus
tice Withrow's court yesterday, or a
charge of swearing falsely in a. naturaliza
tion case, they asked for a chunge of
venue, making aflldavlt that Justices ' .'tth
row and Hawthorne were prejudiced
against them. Their cases were nnt to
Justice Case's court for trial next
.Wednesday afternoon at i o'clock.
510. 50, clearing
1. 50, clearing
3. 50, clearing
2 00, clearing
1. 00, clearing
price $6. 75
OF INTEREST TO STOCKMEN.
ij.ti:iu sric jttvAi.itv i oit thu ti v-
A-5 LIVi: sroUlt Tit IIH
1! inin CItj, ( hlcngo, M. I.ouU and Oiniltu
VIII llo li-iri.si nti il at tho fori
Worth Cimw ntlou linn is tlt'n
Delegation Villi I.ravo lo-dij.
Tlio rivalry between tho different West
em live stock markets for the Tox.as
cattle trade is getting interesting Kan
sas City, Chicago, St. I.ouls nnd Omaha
will till bo represented at tho Fort Worth
cattlemen's convention that convenes In
that city Tuesday.
Kansas City did splendid work at last
ear's convention, und will be slionglj
represented at this one. Her dilcgitiou
leaves this morning over tho Atchi"on,
Topcka A: fauuta ro at y o'clock It will
bo headed by Mayor Webster Davis nnd
composed of thu following well known
live stock nnd business mm George l-
I'utnam, F.. F. Swine, W. C. HmiiU,
F. i:. Mntshall and W. F. Wjinuii, iip
reaeittlng tlio banking buslmss, i: .M
C'lemlenlng, secret.aty of the Cuiiiuierclnl
Club: K. 11 Hlchaidson. Hugciiu Hust
and II S. W. Drought, of the st ck v mis
company; Jtnllroad ConiniNslun r A J
Yaulandlngham, and Wit Mi Donald,
H. T MoDonald, D. 11. McAllst. r,
George Ttinim, .1. C. Knorp, Is tc Kelp,
S D. Feldt, K L. Swa?.ey, O 11. Giot,g,
Major A Diumni, F. W. 1'lato, Jr., u.
li. Hoblnson, Chester A. Knidei, W. ij
Peters, T S. llutton, tleotge S. Tam
il! n, N. 1!, Greer, Frank Coopet, Frank
SUgel, Harry Ttovver, L IJ Motledge,
H, 1- Martin, Isaac Keja, J. J Jluiy, N
A. Adams, W. M, Hurst, Jl. S. I'cteis, T
F. Tlmmons, W. 11. H. Lirlnior, iliotge
Holmes, J. C. Thotp, IM HcwIiih, Zeb F.
Crlder. C. v. Ciinpliell, J S. Mi Intosh,
O. A. IJlnncy, O It. Hoblnson J D Soiu,
W, A. Noel nnd li 1". Woodbury, sceie
tary of thu Live Stock exchange.
There wore several lots of lino cattle In
from Knnsus yesterday. J h. Ames, of
F.Ik county, Kns., was hero with slM
soven rlpo grade steers nveiaglng 1307
pounds. They were of his own feeding
nnd a beefy lot They were sold by thu
Drumm-Flato Commission Company at
J. O. Hajea, Olivet, Kas , had In hogs
W. V. Smith, Hennessey, O T, came tn
yesterday with hogs.
J. C. Fahrlng, Gypsum, Kns, wns at
tho ards cslerday with hogs
Denn llaith-tt, St, Clare, Kas, was
hero after ficdeis csterday.
A. Jones, Sullivan county, Mo., was In
yesteiday nfter mockers.
G. H Jones, of Jones Mros , Is back
from New Mexico, whither ho went to
look after Eurno stock cattle. Ho siis ho
found tho cattle supply theio shoit,
theio not being over half as mail tin
last enr. Ho stopped by Denver on his
way homo, and while thero u customer
shipped his house hero two loads of cat
tle and a fillovv lanchmeii sent two
loads to Omaha The Omaha cattle were
said to lie 10 cents per cwt, the best nnd
weighed seven pounds more. They both
sold tho same tla. The Kansas. City
cattle outbold tlio Omalia cattlo S7'
cents per cwt Omaha is "not In It" any
mote as a competing point,
11 C. Jones, Heading, cime In egtet
day with hogs,
W, J. Jones, of Ls nn county, wits In
yesteiday after lcedeis. He says cattlo
vvlnteied well. Hut few fat cattle now
tu tho maiket, but tho usual number
roughing through. Hog3 about an aver
age. Wheat looks well Coin 43 cents
nnd sntlng plowing commenced.
J. F, Grouse, Chllllcothe. Mo., was on
the jards esterday with hogs.
Hon. T, V. Howe, Chapman, Kas,
camo In with hots. He reports cattle
doing well tu Dickinson county, No fnt
cutle on hand, but tho usual number
roughing through. Hogs lu light supply,
Wheat looks fairly. Corn, 60 cents.
A. J. Van Meter, Saljno county, was
hero jesterday nfter feeders.
James Hoke, of Iteno county, Kas , was
n esterday with a lnad of fancy black
cattle. They sold at J5.S3, tho highest
price ot the day.
Gordy & Patterson, Toronto, Kas ,
IEW DRY GOODS
, H. E. ROLL,
10th anil Walnut Sis,
An Intf-itlnn l- ni-ltcil of our nfr Rlock
ot t ib in 1 f itirv Hortl l)ron (looils. 1.x
. li tt iiufi" ut pre.-uly less i-rlccs thxn
at i ir. l.)in IIIup. . -. ...
( li .1 p n'li-i-tum of new noclty Dr.M I'al
tin-, J'.". tli-O, 15M, t'X0 and J10W tat
I in mllcrtlrtn ot new W.-nh Drcsu
c. is in ic i freely. In Dimities, Ottju
lin l'l iu, , lJiul(, mill otlicrs. i'opular
j-r, ' mi 1 i-Jul (innlltlei.
Pnr Irtl ittenllon I Klven In In-lles'.cents'
nnt -lil r-n a HoMi-iT ami tjntlenvcii.
l.x-rll i,t luhics I'l HCiO ill lie, 13c, IoS
C! joil Mlnei In r.aillrV KIrl nioes nt 75c,
1 - -, Jl ,-,, 1 3J, mid 1."5 pair.
n 1 lnoq Clood. 10c, ISc, Kc, KC, Mc,
7i mil i in
I in hi lc, IV, I3e, 5Sc, Mc.
si -i in', u'-c, ir.c. iv. :;c.
i i ii I'-j- s.H.0, loc, i:'ic.
Ini' i.llilinill", le, Je, b'lC, .'sc
H 1 1 I III .1. , S'-iC IOC, i:4c.
i in- ii , t, ,i , rije.
I il I.'rifti-. . t, BC, IDc, Cft:.
,Mni , rm , 7r.L-, n.oo, fi u, s:oo doz.
i 7'-. , llc, rc, IV 25e, SCc
hlii- iiomid 1c Se, 7'tc, i'SC, ..Oe, I.e. liC.
1 1 IIIIK I , 6i , V ii- 10i
1 inn- 1 IiiiimI-, ji, li'e, SHe, 10c.
1 rnbioukl !(..", i'ic, ie, -Ic, oC, SC, IOC, 12C.
"iIi'k le, r. 7'4e, Sic 10c.
ii iti.iu. n.iiir. i , r.c. ioc, i2ic, r.c, :.:.
illlni -, 1" , lie. 50e, He, Kc, fcOc.
J.UiIioih r.' 7M,e, 10o, K'ic.
I'ii k.'t IJooUk. Bi. 10', 15t. :3r, 50c.
l'Tilnur I. men Tlireiil, 7e.
i oiti' Hpciol Cotton, ) cpooli lie
c .ri. ' h'e. rou. 7De, i.Q $1 W, JIM
I i-t liluit Hoae, S'je, 10c, 12(5", 15e. 19c,
"".Iiri i Vista, Be lOe, lIHe, 15c, Idc. Mc.
Silk i.lnns ami Mitt", 2jc, 53e, Wc.
ii nt-' II ilf iloii-, Be, Se, 10c, lSH-e. 15c.
(,, ut-1 i am i .shuts, :rn, r.n. roo, 75c. n oo.
i, nt r llan.llciTi lili U Be, S'je 10c, lJe,ie.
1 i' bhlrt W.iliti", He. Be. Wc. 7oc, Jl '')
1 illiv Shirt Wat-Hi, CDi , 50c, 75c, Jl.W,
S1l'i'furi'" flunk-!, fl 00, Jl T $1 50, j:,0 52 50,
53 m SUM J 'W
Open S.ittuilay nvenliifrs Until 9 O'clock
i a K.ra nun
10th and Walnut Sts.
CI OSI -r AM) HI'ST
Dr. De Lap's,
nt TjirN I r inrp,
A SAFL. ll.lir.MN nnd F.rrHCTUAL
Itnnc 1 In suppressed or painful menstru
ntlun A I'OMTIVD and gu iriuiteed ic-m-elv
to 1'ItIAGNT nnd COltllLXr Irregu
Inltles Thptt equal as nn emmegoguo
el ii s not exist, ns thousands of happy
vm in- ii lni'i old ml oimg, In nil pans ot
tlio bind i in testlf 1-ri'parcd by tho
woill rcnuvned and funous Fictiet. pity
Fli I in ami burgeon. Dr. De Lap, ot Paris
Price, ?1 box, b boxes, J3
Druggists nnd Chemists.
HO" M iln si . Kansas Clt Mo
Role agents for United btutcs. Mall or
ders ptuinptl attended to.
laoiU QuIoMy, Permanently Restored.
-, TVnItnp, Hcrrouinri
fji Ilolillll), aad all the- train
.c t-.-iN if ei lis lrom early errors or
! .i -v -. r exetse-i. tan resuuaoi
l"iiihiio Imimsslbli- -,o ' -" "oolc,
eJiilanitliiur.uilproufsu.il - i - - '
ERIE flEDlCAL CO., Quffa.3, N.L
The Ellis & Coltermari
'Iln-?. M1. Imlli itit.it. mil. int.it. i'-.
1 on HMD 11V
ilOIIXSON HltO 1IKI 1. I II , 111)7 Main St.
I I III KVI IVV .V. It W.l. IK, tllld Vlnbl -t.
ill co I V M II, 1 :ili it. nml Hni ul.i
f a V IvT Cy r. lr.lt V nw
'. L. i-A VJ C IC-, . i' l"" !"-
' - . ,
J H L'lnn I .f r.itiit,-nnn llilln
.v.!;- J ijtCCrr. rtJl IVlUYdl 11 S
j n'i tl o oriuiunt i. nil only
( H.l Nt II mi', a il r, lnl.liriini
r -ii 'i 1 H - t , fi-nt
Fedorni"nn t Iliillsr Drttgnlits and Sols
Agents. ' )l M iln fat. Kans is Clt. Mo.
Id n ilugle
were lure yesterday with cattl) ami
H U Gli.lUn, Scottsville. Kas. had In
THE PRESIDENT STORM-BOUND.
Mr. ( Intel mil t ikijiciI t'p In thu Mulit by
i htltf or'u.ster,
Capo Hatteras, N. C March 5 A north
wost storm bejfin early this mornlni? and
pre v Jilted any of Captain Donnell's (ruest3
aboard the llcht house tender, Violet,
It living her elth. r to ko nshoic on the capo
or to tin "blinds" on the teef In l'amllco
sound, iv hero iho dtieks are plentiful. Tho
vvlul bhtfted to the northwest about 1
oil-ile this morning nnd was blowing a
he ivy eale, but about 11 o'elo U Its forco
.nnd about expended nud tha weather
Is el. ir and cool. Ihu Violet lie's six miles
tiom whore, as neir us the depth of water
mil illoiv her to t,o. The pr.bident and his
patty icm.ilm.i on board the Violet all
di.v Iu the evenlni; tho wind was stilt
strong .noiitih to ttike It ver) unpleasant
for a small bo it t-ittlnc to and from tho
"blinds" No luintinit was done, but tho
paitl U havlnir n pleasant time aboard
bhlp It U not ilcelded how loiur the Vlo-I-t
will stay here, but she will probably
remain over Sunday,
w ii. r Troiiblo S. ttlc.I,
The board of health met yesterday morn
lili; and aineed to allow tha properly oivn-.
era on Jlellc fantuliio avenue between
Tvv.lfth uml Fift etith streets to buin a
private smver temporarily until the dis
trict s-ewcr planned for In tho ordinances
now before the council has been construct
ed, when the property owners will discon
nect from the private sewer a.id connect
with the- public bciver. This settles teni
porurll tho vexed nuisaneo of the fcurfaco
drain on Itell-'font lino avenue which has
been before the board for a lone time.
NO FEAR OF PIMPLES
If you iibo Woodbury's Facial
Soap. It is prepared by a specialist
who has had so years' experience
treating the skin. Druggists sell it.
F Oi B
Jh A r X overwork, strKuem. worry,
K " ' i ft '""" " ,ct"- ,lv,l"
jif' . ) ojiuic i' Jiidtoiieuliotito
iy ll"":-,0"ver cr- 'i nd portion
iH'- v 'tl ' Simple, nut-
Jnij.i ixlMc Immrill-
r, T .1 ' 'at