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TIIK KANSAS 01TY JOURNAL. SUNDAY. MAKCiriO. 380
WM'V-ffflWr W4r A4
CHARGES ARE FILED.
111- Al.t.l.tl.VTlONS M Mil', AllAINSl
.U!III..V ltl K CHAM!.
ACCUSED OF MANY THINGS.
t.DM ItSlttt MOIUtll.l, Wil.t. M.1KI!
i iimoirtiii im i:sikia t ion.
INTEREST IN THE OUTCOME,
rcM-t i isr-, aim: .mii -hi hi: a.nmocs
i on mi u Aitm.v? oi:iii iikou.
"IKikii I .il.ili'll unit 1'rcMtlnit I rinittiMii
Will Mut Willi tliu lluviriiilf -1 lil j
i It mill Appoint 11 ( iiinliiUti u
to J'tnbu the. Cii trgcM
TwiK.Ki. KaS., March 9. (Special.) To
il) A M. Uunn and (.5. II. Creeti and A.
U lu.il k, formerly employed In the atate
I ml ntury coal mine at Leavenworth,
hi d t i tltlon with Governor Moirill
!..., i ; nr the Investigation of Wnidni
J1 u ( . i-c, of the penitentiary. Accoin-
I .nv P4 the petition were ton closely
nr vt i it n puses of charges ngtilnst
th n ir ! n which ore sworn to by Uunn
t.nd fun n.
1 r a 1. iiu time these men endeavored
ur- mi investigation of theso
phare s hy Governor I.evlllng. Finally
tin s a. rnor ordered an Investigation by
tl I aid of. penitentiary directors, and
It w II lie remembered how Warden
C I i ast mlted Judge McDonald and so
t lrittid the witnesses for the prosed
tl n tliit they declined to appear before
tlt l .ir.l and testlfj'. At tho opening of
l 1 I alve session a special commit
tc ni appointed from the house to In
v Hpin tho warden, but It held but
one night's s-enslon and then abandoned
the tnv stig.ttlon.
fidii-rnor Morrill has decided to make a
II iou;h Investigation of the complaints
o ri-d liv ilici-e ox-employes. On Tuesday
of ..et ii-l; Speaker Lobelell. of tho house,
in I I'roMilMit Tioutmnn, of the senate,
will mc. t with the governor and appoint a
Joint i "mmlttco to irobo the charges to
Tho swern charges filed with Governor
Mori III in i use Warden Chaie of many nets
of brutall'j. Immorality and Ineillclency.
lie Is chat Bod with punishing the convicts
hi an Inhuman mannci , with bringing u
notorious woman irto the penitentiary as
matron of the Institution, with the uo of
Moltnt anil profane l.mgungo to both In
im i. ? oinl employes, with assaulting Judge
M Donald in a biutal manner, and break
ing up an Investigation by Intimidating
uir rs with a tovolver, with llbui.itlng
lciim bi fore tht-lr terms had expired,
w li ii' iB employes who weio not at
n )k uiiu cmplojlng membeis ot his
i i n i llv In positions not authorized by
law w Hi wrongfully appropriating state
1 nd t.i ills own use with compelling the
ti f I ik tn mako false entries upon his
'u ks r ii ih. puiposu of shielding his own
-w n --n'.ln, with unnecessary absence
f ir his ilutles, with criminal negligence
c no t ii t.- of the workmen in the coal
u wnh poimittlng un.iuthoilp.cd put
f o hi. at the ptnltentlaiy at the
s i l i rise; with ptimlttlng favorite
t i nit slate property, ami with a
i"zi h. r things hcailug upon his ofllclal
Tn. m inor says he could not lefuse to
n Investigation when such specific
in- mailu undir oath. During tho
i uiip.ilgn Governor Lowelllng was
Ii sailed for protecting Warden
an I refusing a fair Iiim stlgutlon.
i i Morrill feels tint it Is the right
liu i , le to have tho charges probed
lie I mm, and there will be no half-
i imiicb about Hih Investigation,
i 11 Ik Iiiuik lied eatly In the coming
lis in ogress will Im watched with
i nt. r. ht as the Itcpubllcin pollti-
! ier sleep easy until the scalp
hty waiOen is dangling from
i ' i s hi It, tin tho other hand, a
of tho ropulists aie anxious
i fired. The) claim ho is over-
tyrannlcal, and that his bad
t them many otcs at tho recent
SUICIDE IN CINCINNATI.
Tin Mi i Im Mens i,.r Jem,,,, "Ii.tm" rind
iMM--cd ;i r.etter to llor Neither
In Kaunas Cilj.
i ' ira ai received In the city last
r .mi Cincinnati announcing the sut-
i it place of a, young lady supposed
in Kansas City. Just prior to her
1 wrote o letter a(!dret-ed to
i Straum. general delivery Kan
Mo. The letter beg m "D, ur
ind was signed "Lecta
i uim's name does not appear in
" iir-etor of either of the Kansas
i 'lOthiuB Is known hero of either
I i I
...uMiry Hoard for the Pretout Vmr
' .vlng gentlrmcn hive been se-
idMooij hit dd uf the Karat-
.or the ji..r ISUj.
4ti, KruJ I'JUj, Joseph Holm,
.. on, A. Hilton. Uugene Itust,
i win.W. Jl. Urown.IVrcy Thomp-
I fjarlin.l, f H Clarke. J. Jl,
J VuiiUudintfhani, Professor
U H. Iti.dir. I). I,. Hamilton.
I J 11. .-Miiith, Julm W. Moore,
i 'I .ey, I'hllllp l.urroiiBh. J Jl.
i. h.-iunilt-i.s, J. c. 1;6S.'II, Captain
iiiwi, William J. Jioehr. Catitalli
i mucin. Major W. M Abcrnathy,
lloftman. J, J. Mcl'herson, U. J.
i J c. SlcCoy. Wulton Holmes O.
iri-ls, O, ff. l-ntoh.
i.ik i. j,i;aciti: (ii:;.iM,i:i,
.Mci ling uf Dlllicrii of Itulldliig and I. mil
n ,' of U.o 6tirinrl and prosl-
m the iJ.'dl bulldintf and loan
a i ii .n. ai held jisterlay for the
I i . of cuijiiiliiiiiif a loul league in
'i I". U Tleman was made chair
i . t the temporal y ore auu ttlon, and
1 r Cowherd bicietarj. I.cry local
, ti ,ii In tho cuy wis itpreuinted.
1 ulii'l ot the liii,;ii. Is to eultivute
ii ii Ui Ions, asilst mch oih. r tn husl-
i .nl o eultliiuo moiB uniform meth-
i il.vr'. 13. Ii. I'lulps, l.ion lllo. k
,u 1 ii u 1 1 r Cowherd wi-re appoint-j u,
ti iku to draft suitable by-laws for the
t i r- nidation, to n'port at a future,
ii 'r to be called by Chairman UVrnan.
I'nstid on .Mikimiiry Murk
T It. v Archibald McLean, national
I i is of th l''orlfcii Chilbtian Mi
H i i ."ijiitty, will i.ilhir an udiliesi, ut
tl - x h and 1'rut.iM'i Chrl tlun diurth
tin- morulriB. Mr. McLean, Ii ivln elien
liN Pi',- to this work, has a national repu
t iti ii. d Is one of the ..uattut lUInu an.
tlioi tin on fori lifii missions J Je 'comes
k th. p UI invitation of the Christian
i i Ii s nt the dij, and his comiutr will
ji i in m udi in (Ins woik At lii. m. he
n .k m the Ohristldn church at filsventh
ii i I. I 'UM
In ih, eienlnif there will lie a special
rsue In which the choir will be a.
i 1 h Mrs Mao-I,hodes and von
I 1 1 m ir ti linikl. Thero will b a short
t i inuii l'j the pastor.
A HARD COLD.
It tiipnr.s the tltlllr 1 dl urni-lli Inn to
ditect lli. .MIT. r. n c btlw, ii 1. 1 llllppe
and i "II ii I i' ild '
hi nti fiinillir with Ih. sMiiploms of
,i CuM Ciiinijiri Hum with Hi.' indh 1
tlons .if : lp frum I'r llniiiphr s' Mnti
unl k i n br ,n
ll-imin.pitln ttiats of th" SVMrTnMP,
filler th. li bv tin VAM1! "f tin dl-nlni,
utid 77" (owis both Urlp and Col.N,
Ci'turil inc of llltn p.iln or otencs
o.r t'i hhI til nr In tin- h' nil buck, or
limbs, .ore thrivit or couch. omot!mcs
obstin ite Imhtscms., and p.iln In the breast
or rt lc, iiici1lng, running ftotn the nose,
or wiipliiir, II lunir, nh.l rdn. of the
eyelids in nmnc tascs the soietus nt
some pnrti. ular part; In others, the cnunrh
and linnrwmi-4 or the sore throat, ot,
n Haiti, the prnfuse enlnrrh or How Inn from
the tyts and nosp me more prominent.
The app tlte Is Imp tin d ntnl the limolts
!.sf'nl iiti-trurig ih pn s. 1 find run down.
You i in nrn trut It f r nrlp. and rest
as. tu.d th it
! A I M -s vi.x ct nr.s
l"i; 'W ('on 'Inr TT'flimtn ltlntts
nnd l'.i 'i ne i in I l5 Pr llumplm s'
Up. Itn N ' I
li 111 I'lubi n tn tb di-. i " or the Kpe
cllli n' li I. i'hf . ' 1
If the otlnr Spcltlis do not act prompt
ly, nil. mate with No 1
ltllAOACm.S-Sl.k Hndachcs, Vertigo,
llend.iche from Indigestion, cm Itement, or
other causes, arc cured by Ur. Humphreys'
Specific No 1.
nYSI'HI'StA Indigestion, Weak Stomach
nnd nil forms of biliousness are cured by
llr. Humphreys' Speclllc No. 10.
CIlOl'P Itillnmmiitory, Spasmodic, nnd
even Mi mhranrous, ns well ns Larjngltls
(croup of ndults) are cured by Dr. Humph
reys' Speclllc No 13.
SKIN DIHrcAHUS-lWema. Hryslnelas,
Hives, Salt Ithetttn, all yield quickly to
Dr Hnmplirevs' Spiclllc No. II,
UHKl'MATISM- Acute or Chionlcj Sci
atica, Lumbago and all Itheum.Ulc pains
me cured by Dr. Humphreys' Specific No.
MHDirAL nriOK A copy of Dr H.imph
revs' JIanuil mailed free on application.
Humphreys' Specifics are put up In small
bottles ot pleasant pellets: fit the pocket:
:. cents em h, or IKc fnr !1 W, may bo as
Mirt'. Tor hnle bv nil druggists, or sent
piepild on reielpt of price. lll'Ml'IIlinVS'
MIlDIflNi: t'oJU'W'V, comer William
und John Streets, New York
"JIM CUMMINS'" STORY,
Niini! limits 111 the Life of Hie Train Hob
be r III iff il 3MHIII! .loslnia Crift.
St. Louis, Mo, March 0 Superintendent
Oiover II. Simpson, of the Wells-l'argo
I3prcss Coinjiany, arrived hero to-day
from Southwest City, Mo., whero ho has
been superintending tho hunt for tho lob
ber companion of "Jim Cummins," tho
dcspciado who held up the Tilsco train
near Aurora, Mo., rvbiu.uy 21. Agents of
the railroad and express company are trail
ing the man. nnd Sir. Simpson espressts
tho posittio conviction that he will bo cap
tured. Cummins was removed to-day to Mount
Vernon, tho cotintv seat of Lawtctieo
county, where ho will be given a trial.
llefoie leaving on his trip to Mount Ver
non, tho joiing bandit gao a tirlr f hlstoiy
of himself He said his rial name was
Joshua Craft, was born at ISrl.ir, Te , nnd
ho would be 21 m-xt June Ho led the life
of a cowboy In Tens until last July, when
he made the acquaintance of a man named
Wilson at l'ails, Tex., and with him went
to Claremore, I. T., wm.ro they worked for
After tem.tlnlng In Claremore for awhile,
thev went Into tho train robbing business.
Their first hold-up was on the 'l'risco i.ill
road November 12, lbtll, In which thev se
cured J2 50 and thirty watches. Their next
was a Hock Island train In tho Indian Tei
rltory, November 2J, 1S3I, whole they se
cured veiy little booty
On the 31st of December last they hold
up a train on tho Queen .t Crescent road
imnr Livingstone, Ala., securing only $H
They robbed a train on the Cotton Belt
road near JIcNell, Ark . January 21.
From McNeil they made their ivav aerot
tho sttite into Missouri walking the entire
distance, and on February 22 held up train
No 1 on the 'Frisco road near Amor.i,
JIo., and sjcured t.VS and a watch.
Tin robbers weio on their way to Texas
when tiny wire run Into by tho olllcers
and the young tobber captured.
Noonday l'ra)er Meetings.
Th i II sin? leaders on dais named have
t n -v 1 i ml for noonday praje-r meetluiis
of in. y. I' S. t' U at 1021 Walnut btrcet,
f..r this w.ek Muiiday. Itn. C M. llaw
Ii n Tiiei-liy, 13 II 1'ratt; Wednesday,
I 'i J. A I Mcfiaw: Thursday.Mlss Abble
M i.lrcn; I'riday, MUs HlUabeth Holding;
baturiuy, A A Huxton.
Married in I uuiiill lllulfs, la.
Mr Chailrs Ii, Hall, who v.as for many
rars In Lu m In this city, was married
at toun' II I'luffj, la . on Marth 6, to Mrs.
Nelti H. Childa. Mr Hall Is connected
with a wholesale thge bousa at Oiuuha
i:m)i:ii hjs i.in:.
Itobert I llii7en. Well Known luThls City,
CotiiiultsSiilcIde at Mirocport
News was received last night at tho
Union depot of the death of Itobert L
lla. n at Shreveport, La., ns the result of
morphine, taken with suicidal Intent.
Hazeti was better known as Lee Hazen
and ho was well known to Kansas Cltvans
who are accustomed to do much traveling,
as he kept a m-ws and fruit stand In the
t'nlon depot for nearly ten years. Depot
attaches, when they heard the news last
night, were deeply uffectt d, foi Hazen was
exceedingly popular with all his acquaint
Leo Hasen's downfall Is attributed to a
mupla for Humbling. I'ntil thre-e v.'irs ago,
whin he gave up his business at the Union
detiut mid went South, his affairs were In
a prosperous eonditloii. He had made con
sldeinblc. money at the d, pot and had prop,
ertv In this city and Kansas City, Kas,,
that was worth sevetal thousand dollars.
He had a remarkably pleasant disposition
and always upneared agreeable and affable.
He died penniless.
IV.l'IClI '11113 MOON.
I'hcrp Will Ho n total Lellp.o l'n-iilght,
Ilrglnnliig Just llefnru 0 O'clock.
There will be a total eclipse of the moon
to-night, v Islble durlne the whole p rlod
In all points In North and South Anu'tica.
Under favorable atmospheric conditions the
people of Kansas City will bo able to wlt
nui,s the phenomenon. Tho i-cllpse will be
gin .it S 60 o'clock this evening and will end
at 10:20 o'clock, the ml Idle point of tho
eclipse being at 9 38 o'clock Tho ecllpso
will last tor one hour and thirty-six min
utes There will be another eclipse of the moon
Siptcmbir 3-4, visible ut all points on tho
Western hemisphere. Three partial eclipses
of the sun will take place during the yeir
1M5, March 16, August 20 and September 10.
The ( cllpst of the moon to-night w ill be
the tint of the five lunar and solar eclipses.
which take place durlns the year.
riiiie-nl of r. II. Mi l,i w.
The funeral services over the remains of
the late I''rdcrlrk Ellsworth Slckels, chief
engineer of tl e water work company, weio
held t the L'entral I'resbj terlan chun h
yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Th ltev.
llr. S. M. Neel and the ltev. Charles 1.
Hays, of Kansas City, Kas., oMoluti'd. Tho
pallbearers were Major II. I', Jnnes, ex-
'Ity Knglneer John Donnelly. Major O. 11,
lunn, Itobert Glilhain, Daniel Itnntlcou,
H. H. I'Mllej. J. V. C Katnes and C. 1)
Lucas. The unices were attended by
members of the lliisii.eers' Club and Old
ilen's Association, to nutti or which 3lr
Slckels belonged. Tho remains were taken
to the 6 o'clock train for the Hast, as tho
burial will be In I'aterson. f. J
Iliig Creates n smie.
A lsrge b'atk dog, frothing nt the mouth
nnd having oth. r Indications of hydropho
bia creatiu a scare m too vicinity ot TnirT
teenth and Mi Gee streets yesterday. After
frightening a laiwe number of people on
i the streets the doff ran Into a house cm
Mofk' street and was shot and Hilled by
b passion at the time.
I im Mil ill I Ires,
A defective stove jdpe camel a blaze
and $25 damage at George Jones' meat
shop, No. IBul Host tjuMuitbeiith street, ics
terday. I'lre at 13. D. Lane's, No. 1106 Poplar
street, outside the city limits, caused a run
by the tire department and about t-) dam
age ester J.i y.
1 imuiiltti d to .1 til.
John and Kayette Orchard, two brothers,
who are suppose! iq ba conne.ted with a
gang of gram thieves that has been operat
ing in the 13ast bottoms, were- committed
to the countv jail by Justice Walls j ester
day on a charicw ot grand larceny. Blx
grain thieves have been arresti 1 and com
mitted to jail within the lost two weeks.
fretting Tinier .Unit.
Thomas ('retting, ii!i O.ttar. charged
wiia m iiiiik u nm ii i iu a mi i'ul naru
s as arrested on I mon u nue lestcrday
una commleted to the county jail by Jus
tice Jove to await a. hcarius em a charsa
er frani larcttuy.
lr, iwtnii eeks u Dlmrrr.
Divorce proceedings were llti d In the ir
cult (unit clirdnj bv Arthur it, Newton
sirnilK-t Horn A, NeWton. -Mr. Newlm Is
Proprh tor of the Hotel Savoj He rorniir
l opined ii restaurant and rnti II f r a
time nl Hiri Walnut street It was during
the time that tills restaurant wits In Ing
run that Mrs New ton had n violent dl
nareemelit with the Jour.g woman who was
bi tins ns citshler In the restaurant, and Ih
si hism In Ilia Newton riimlly ciilmln illmt
In the divorce court dates from that titii-,
when Mis. Niwton packed up lnr goods
unit chattels and went to live with In r
parents in another state. A ih ed to . rt iln
property In Kansas City wis aft'rwiirds
llhd by .Mr. Newton In lnr favor 'Ih.'
petltlm filed leptctdny through J'eak. ft
Hull merely iccltes desertion as th' grounds
Clri nil 1 ttiirt Iti turd.
Division No. 2 Slover, Judge.
11513. Kcotllsh-Amtrlciili Mortgnuc Com
pany vs. Juntos it. Simpson, nltiu htneiiti
motion for leave to pay taxes and Interest
and make repnlis tiled and sustained
1032.1, it. J. MclJuliUlv s. R W. Ashley
ct nl; niipcal; plulntllT dismisses
1CI12 Kama Vs. Addle M. Whitlow; np
1'SWI George I. Ilrown vs. Maggie H.ir
rltnnn et nl. tnechnnlc's lieu; exceptions to
teport of referee sustained
.'112. C. 13. Hampton ct nl vs. Kansas
Cltj ; lUiiiriKo.". answer.
2U1.-.C State ex rel Moyer vs J. II. Shoe
maker ct al; bond; ntiswer.
14.112. Mot rls Lund i et al v s. Kansns
City, Tort Scott Memphis ltallroid Com
paiiy; damnges; demuirer overruled and
-MTsS J. J. Johnson v. estate of Luce
Kussell Shoe Companv; nppllcatloti for
assignee, Judgment lor plnlntilT.
21032. .1. W. Jl-Clirdy et nl vs Hllhu W
Hayes et al, acotint; demurrer of Ja. ksoti
county ovei ruled and excepted to
tSK 13 H. ltruce vs. A. A. Ilombeck et
nl; damuges; demurrer overruled und ex
20721. 13 O. McLcllan vs Alfred Church
man; notes, motion for new tiial and ar
rest by defendant withdrawn.
2157W. Ocormu II Temple v J W
ruller; from Independence; motion to
bring suit filed and sustained.
3(M. Mux Mlnton et nl vs A V. Fonda
ct al; motion for revival sustained
20223. H. J. Kosecrans vs Lion l'lro In
surant c Company; policy; dismissed per
'.'.iiiri. Assignment of lh Wlngnte-Stono-Welles
JIcrcK'itlle Company, res elvers
1S2I. J. II. Schell ct nl vs. Continental
Trust Companv ct al; eqults ; substituted
petition us amended filed.
201ii Alumlnam Alloy Metal Companv
vs estate of J. II. La Hue et nl, appeal
from assignee; stipulations regarding
Division No. ". Dobson, Judge
li733. O, W. Miles vs. White Sewing Ma
chine Company; appeal; finding of r feree
and judgment approved.
22uG."i. Voluntntv assignment of G J
I'eiguson; v. it Kvuns assignee; bond
Tor assignee niiprovod.
22177. r. 1! like Jlercnntlle Company vs.
1. O, itobertson; appeal; motion to set
aside dismissal overruled nnd excepted to
20217. Kansas City Mantel Company, D.
J. Coon, assignee; order for assignee aug
21101. Kansas City Mercantile Mutunl
Hulldlng and Loan Association; taxes, ap
13212. It. J Merjulddy vs. W. C. Stewart
et nl; plilntlfl dismisses.
15321. Aetna National batik vs Memphis
& Charleston railroad; conversion; motion
to strike out overruled nnd excepted to
210.10 J I' Pleasant .v Sons vs. Robert
ruchs' Hakery Company; Injury, motion
for new trial
12'jIO. I'ldclilv nnd Casualty Companv,
New York, vs J. IJ. Longbridge et al,
bond: leport of referee.
20223 llll.im MeCoIgnn vs. James Mc
Gonngle; equity; Judgment for plaintiff
2ijW. Westport ex rel Tomb vs. l'rank
Hough ct nl, tax bill.
217S1. Minnie Louis vs, Sig Itnrzfleld;
dniu.iges; to first day next term to plead.
23o7.i. Incorporation of All Souls' Uni
tarian church of Kansas City; petition for
Incorporation und referred to Van Valken
bingh. 2UI. r. W. Itarcafer vs. Mnrtln Regan;
on contest: b agreement to division No 2
21S. I3lla Hoinl vs rt. S. Hoard, di
vorce; electee for defendant.
211 si. II L Cook et al vs A C. Arfndt
et nl, reeoKei; rei elver eltschargcil
Division No 4 ITenrv, Judge.
13i31. Mitchell 1'lnnlng Jtlll Companv vs.
13. Lone: appeal motion for new trial
2I2S0. D. W. Dehoncv et nl vs. W. A Mc
Millan et nl; appeal; W. A. MeMill m enters
appearance as defendant.
2oCC2. Agnes Costello vs W A. McMil
lan et nl, appeal, W. A. McMillan cnteis
1T7S2. Condemnation ot Twenf-ir:;.
street; Jurv Impancli d, Innln.-t. ' and oi -dered
to view proporfv anil report March
""h-.OG. Nellie Spraker et ol vs W II
Poison; Injury: .estralning order continued
till causes rcfculnrly reached for trl il
Is-'lll. Audle Hc'fit vs. S It. Best; divorce;
motion for new trial sustained.
2011W. S. Str. Ichi r vs. 13. C. I'lndley;
enai antee, demurrer sustained
227Ci! D. R I.uellam vs Sallle A. Lud
lam: tllvoree; answer filed,
23170 Westport vs. Mastln et nl; con
demnation of sewer, transferred to divis
ion No. 3.
1SKM. Thomas Morris vs. Grand Avenue
Hallway Compiny; damages; motion for
special jury sustained.
New 'ults filed.
23570 Westport vs. Thomas II. Mastln et
23i'i71. Joshua C, Harris vs. Mary M.
23572. I'rcderick J. Hoffman vs, Metropoli
tan Street Hallway Company; damages
23573. Incorporation of All Souls' Uni
23574. W. W. Collins vs. Lazi rus Levy
and Louis Levy, an L. Levj &. Son, at
23571 Application of James J. Parks to
2Sj7S Arthur n. Newton vs. Ulora A.
23377. Ilnttie Phillips vs. John Henry
The Kansas City court of appeals y. ster
day concludeel the docket for the Man h
term, so far as tho hearlns of arguments
Pcdcr.il court will bo In session hero
Thursday. Judge l'hillps has seuril Jnat
teis up for consideration nt that tlm. .
Judge Slovor yesterday opprov ed the bond
of J. K. Han'io as receiver of the In-gate-Stone-Welles
Tho bond Is I'or SIOJ.OOO.
A condemnation suit was tiled In the
circuit court by the city of Uestport, j.s
terday against Thomas II M.n.tln and
about fifty other piopirty ow-neis, for the
coiulemnatton of a right of way nnd for
assessing benefits for a sewer This is
the first case brought under the new or
dinance and tho case Is a test of the law.
Tho parties to tho D.arcafcr-ltegnn clec.
Hon contest met In Judje Dobsou's court
yesterday and aercHHl to have the contest
transferred to Judge Stover's division. This
wns done because Judgct Dobson had no
tilled the parties, as told In tho Journal n.
week ago, that ho would not try tho eon
test. Inasmuch as lie was a party to an
other contest pending on Mmilar grounds
in another division of the court.
Application was made In tho circuit court
vested ay, bufore Judge Dobson, for a pro
forma decree of Incorporation for All Soula'
Unitarian church, of Kaphas City, Tho np.
plication vmis tiled hy Judge James Scam
mon and WalK r 8 Hoot, president and
secretury.re spei lively, of the society. Juelgo
ljobsou refui'itd tho application to Attorney
A. S. Van Vulki nlim -- for a report. The
church was cliaii.red twenty jears ago
for a. period of twenty years, and it has
Urtileilek J. Hoffman tiled suit In the
circuit court jest, rday against tho Metro
politan Striet lladway Company for J.'.WO
damages. He sets foith as his gtoutids for
lecovery 'hut be wa riling on a Hoiithvvist
boulevard ( ur, and the conductor culled him
a liar In the niesiiiiu of other neonle be
cause ha said he had paid his rare, upon
having a cio id fine demanded of him. J In
says his fiel'nga wero greatly hurt, and
Hut he sun. red gnat mental anguish by
reason of this lingiiuge.
A dc-ed of trust was filed In the iounty
reojnlcr's utile e jesterday for $1,010, under
which Jaiin il llueltel, as trusteo for
creditors, tuuie possi salon or tho store and
stock of the t nlon Mercantile Company, at
Thirteenth street nnd Grand avenue, tho
Yost llutter. Cheese and Produce Company,
it ho Pulton Transfer Company and tho
ll'ioneer 1'urnlture Company. The claim
(of the Hank of arand Avenue, which Is a
preferred on , Is suld to ba one held In be
jialf of sev.ral nun resident creditors.
Au nttaihm. nt.sult for JIvlCS was filed In
hu dr' cilt jurt yesterday by W. W. Col
lins, a brok r In the Sh Idley building,
lUalnst Lazarus Levy and Louis Levy, do
l'g business in New lork as L. Levy tc
Sin. The plaintiff says ho sold for the de
fendants l.tiu.OuO cigars for t-'l.KO, and that
lilt ver- modcjato commission was J1S0.C3.
ll.u he oays L. Levy & Son refused to pay
tils, and to he has been watching for a
clYince to fc" t them In court, ltecently they
bld ttome goods to the Gregory Grocery
Cvmpaiiy, of this city, and Mr. Collins dl
rectrd the sheriff to garnishee the Gregory
Grocery Company for U" umount of bis
run niL-nnnn i
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LEADERS OF LOW PRICES.
C. H. Runlap, Denver, U at the Coates.
C. 11. Smltli. TopoKa, Is nt tho Coates.
r. M. Hartley, Hartley, Is at the Coatei.
J. 1. Eaterlirook, Ohlcago, la ut tho
James Macltey, San vntonlo. Is at tho
J. II. llelnleln, I'hlladelpTila, la nt tho
Lieutenant K. V. Smith, Unltert States
army, Is at tho Cuates. ,
James Cralif, Helfast, Ireland, Is at tho
t) A Slathli, Louisville, li at tho Coates.
l'rank Johna. of Lincoln, Nell,, Is at tho
p. S, Tuvvnsen.I, ot North EliW, O. T., Is
at the New AII1.11I).
numlull l'uller, of Oklahoma City, is at
the New Albany.
J. I). Ilo.ig, of Circlevllle, Kas,, was at
tho Now Aluiny jeatunlay,
I'. V, S lyr.i of Topeku, was at the New
llr C'harlis !lool Smith and Colonel
W II. Ilotsiiiuiun, two of the Iwulliib- at
f.rncvs of Topeku, wero reslsteTtu at the
CMt. lloiisu )iktiiiay
e'olonel Sumner, of Port Leavenveorth,
bo ompanleil hy about llft ladles and Ken
tl imn from ilie fort, were In the city lai.t
I'v.nlnt," to se-e l'ranels Wilson Jt tha
Coates opera house.
u. II V Catran, West Plains, Mo, Is at
JIlss How den and Jllss Holmes, of Ton
Bcott, Kas., Jn the city on a shopping ex
pedition, uro registered at theVIeitorlu,
1'' T. rioyd, Omaha, Is at tho Victoria.
J K. Hearth. St. I.ouls. Is at the Vic
J J. Ilotf. rj, St, Louis, Is at the Vie-j
J C Itatliman, St. Louis, Mo., U ut the '
C. B. Thomas, Ioulsyllle, Ky., Is at the
Hobert Nourse. of Washington, D, C, Is
at tho Coates House. He Is engaged In
le-cturlns In the West and will be In the
countiy around Kansas City during tue
b.ason. H' In lured here two jears ago.
Jlr. A. H. Caribou, of Elizabeth, N. J.,
and Mr. lUward L. Bobbins, of Morris
town, N. J., uie at the Coutos. a'hey are I
In the city looking after their Investments
l'ronmient Kanstns In the city last even
ing were Chief Jiihtl.o Horton, of Topekni
Hwtng Herbrt, of Hiawatha; II, 1) Lee,
of Sillna, V. J. Statnbaugh, of Ablleno;
Harry J. IJone, ot Ahhlond, and l". II.
I'ulslfer, of Concoidla
Mr. S. P. Caiey. and L. P. Terhnne, of
thei Cincinnati Enquirer, nnd Mr. (II, Alii
on nnd P. (lodfrey. of tho advertHlng de
partment of the Missouri l'aclllo roail,
wore nt the Coates llouto yesterday, com
pleting arianirmnitd fnr au t!Ncurlnn
throiiKlt tho city to the West during tho
MINERS THINKJTHEY'LL WIN,
1'lttsburg Strlhi'r Minn Iluw ito Vlmvs In
'their light for Higher Wage.
nttsburg, March 0Tho miners of the
Pittsburg district are Jubilant over the
brilliant prospecta which confront them,
and pi edict their letory In the strike for
higher wages. This morning V, P, Itend,
the Chicago operator, ut whose mines on
the Pnnhundlo ialiro.nl theio uro over 7n0
men employed, KraiHu) the ilem.mda of his
men for W cents per ton, nnd they have
leturnod to work As all lohI mined at
the-se mines Is shipped, and none goes to
the local market, tho miners feel that they
havo trained a liter nolnt
J JI, Jtltcher, who implova 200 men at
lila mines on the MononjaheU ilvor, nlso
Bianted the Increase) this morning, utid
woilc nt the mines resumed. Tho scale
touimlttco of tho Operatorb' Association
held a meeting te-diiy to discuss tho situa
tion, No repot t of tho pioejeedlngs was
given out, but It was learned that they
decided to call a general meeting of the)
uasocliitIou soon. This Is also regarded as
mi owilenco of weakness on tho pait of tho
At present thero aro ubout -1,000 in tho dls
(net walking ut tliu prhe-, b9 cents per ton,
for wilcU the) btill.e was ordered.
Kicked by it Horse,
M. II. Gibbons, a horse trader, was kicked
In the left fchlo bj a horse at tho horse
market, on Cliand, tut Missouri avenu-,
-aerilay afternoon und lost consciousness
for several minutes. His Injury is not eon
fcldeied serious. After being attended by
Police Surgeon Iun he was taken to his
home, near the hcrse market.
Sedalla, Mo Marcli 0, (Special.) Mrs.
rieorgo Kraut, who was ko hadly buineil
yi stei-dny, died at - SO o'clock this morning.
The futieial will take pl-tce to-moriow.
Median. Mo .March It. (Special.) William
McAdams was utrested to-day nfnr this
city by Deputy United States Marshal
Wilson, of Urownlng. und taken to llrook
iiold, wheie. It Is nlleged, he hid passed a
cpurKJiis or luiKiu cuecK on tne Linn
countj bank in that city for J27
Milan, Mo Marin 9. (Special.) Joseph
Hasklns. of C01.1, In this county, was ar
rested to-day, chargeil with de-stioylug
packages and letters uddtess-ed to other
people and tampeilng with United States
mall while In his possession, Ho was taken
to C'hilllcotbe tor 11 preliminary hearing.
Kingston, llo March . (Siwclal.) Of.
(leers arrived heie this morning from Polo,
a small town six miles south ot hero, with
M, Libo, charged with ussaultlng his 10.
cat -old daughter. Ibo njs placed In
jail under a heavy guard, as mob violence
Is expected from tliu Infuriated citizens of
Sedalla, Mo March 0 (Special.) ltev.
Hob Lajfleld, tho evangelist, of Kansas
City, to-day closed a successful scries of
levtval meetings, which he conducted ut
the Tlrst Congregational church during the
11.U t threo weeks. Tho meetings were
largely ut tended and a number of conver.
blun vveto made,
Columbia, Mo., March 9. (Special.) A
new trial was granted to-day to Thomas
J, Olllesple. sentenced to ten venrs Jn the
penitentiary for the murder of Hernard
McNutt. The motion was sustulned on
tho ground that the foreman of tho juiy
had expressed his opinion before trial ami
was prejudiced. Hall was llxed at J7.0H0,
and the case will be tried again In the
Clinton, Mo., March O.-ISpeUal ) Hepub
llc.ins und Democrats held watd conven
tions heru to-day to nominate candidates
for alderman. The Hepublicans nominated
Charles Arnold, W. W. liowllnger, J, C,
Lipscomb und P. Alfter, Tho Democrats
mimed W. (3. Lamb. Arthur Coe.li. Dr. H.
It. Uaeter and J. C. Itlveis. The light will
be hot, as the city Is close politically, but
the Hepublicans are conlldent uf winning.
Washington, Match fl. To-day's state
ment of the condition or the treasury:
Available cash balance, Jli3,l';S,533; gold re
BRIEF ITEMSBY WIRE,
Hover. Del., March ?. Ono ballot was
taken for Unltid States senator to-rtaj j
Hlgglns, 7; Addlcks, G; Massei, 3; Woicott.
Iluenoa Ayres, March . A dispatch from.
Llmi snvs tho position of tho Peruvian
Insurgents Is boneless. Tho revolutionist.!
uro without nm nuidtlon, food and cloth
ing. lierlln. March 9. Thn nnlM.iM nt . 1,..
Haytlcn legation htre deny tho cxlsteneo
of a revolution In the northern part ot
Haytl. They say thero aro In lecelpt of
olltelal dispatches sang that a state o
JJeiftet peaeo prevails,
Helmont, N. V., March 9. Colonel An
drew MeNette, of tliu United Slates army,
retired, died ut his home hero at tho age
of 71 ic.irs. Ho was madu brigadier gen
eral by brovci for meritorious conduct In
Los Angeles, Cal., March 9 CJenor.il
Itosccrans has been ulllng for borne tlmu
und theio has been no change In Ills con
dition for Homo time, Carl Jtosecrans, Mn
ton, said to-day that there was no cuusu
to apprehend anything terious. The gen
eral llyes on a tuneh near Itedondo,
Parlgould, Ark., March 9. At 10 o'clock
this morning Deputy Sheriff Wllcoxsou
shot and utmost Instantly kited John Huns
ford, who he was attempting to arrest on
a warrant for ubsuult und battery, the ball
striking iluiisfoid near the left hip nnd
lodging In tliu abdomen. The olllcei Is ouu
of tho most ptomlnent citizens of the
feaitdersciu l'ulU to Appear.
ThA donlrot tt Stic .ilmlnnl ...,
---. -- ...- ..........m, euuil was
(juickly cleared esterday, The case of
Wlllani P, Sanderson, charged with biga
my, was called, but the defendant, who Is
out on bail, failed to mako his uppearanea
In coutt. An attorney representing tho de.
4e-.ieia.il "HSU jur u coutinuaiiee, on tho
ground that the defendant would be pro
duced in court bv tin Hrtrh ina oJr.'
?'j .hsic Jf : -uVKars
ir" i.iji iM . u" ,,I1U "a! stopDinir at
March term of court." lleXw 1,11 wfe No'
1 secured a divorce. ' v ""
The case of John J. Schappert, char-ed
with embezzlement, was also called but
eoiiuuuru. ine criminal court will meet
gala March 59 at Independence