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THE KANSAS CITY JOUKNAL. SUNDAY, MARCH lOJOo.
WILL GO TO THE RECEIVERS
corporation was the one which was liable.
Judge Adams held In effect that the tick
ets were contract made by the Alton.
An liiipnrtniit Onlcr, llmrit Upon Itrccnt
HccUIuik ( I Ik, Ci,ihI, ImiiciI by
Secret try Ctirltili No .Mnro
l.lllll ClMIlt l'lltlllt.
WnIiinBton, March 9.Secretnry Carlisle
lo-clay Issued nn order directing that here
after nil compensation for tnall and
other services rendered the rov eminent
by certain non-aldcd or leased lines of the
Union Pacific road shall he paid to tho re
celvcra of tha repcctlvo companies. In
stead of belnff applied as heretofore lo
tho tanking fund and the bond and Interest
account of the Union I'aclllc. This action
Is based upon the decisions of the courts
and tho hoUtig made that these roads
are not now under the authority or control
of tho Union I'aclllc and that tho retention
of the compensation earned Is Illegal. Tho
fecrctai s order Is substantially as fol
lows! That all compensation for services ren
dered by the Union I'aclllc Itnllroad Com
pany to tho United States between Omaha
and Offifen shall be retained and applied
ns heretofore by crcilltlnjr one-half there
of to tho linking fund ai.d one-half lo tho
bond and Intorext account.
Of compensation for Kervlcos on tha
Kansas illvlnon between Katuns CItv and
a point C?t 15-1C miles vvestcrlj therefrom,
one-half of the said compensation sh ill bo
retained and applied to the bond and in
terest account, and the other half thereof
shall be paid to tho Union 1'aclllo Hallway
All competition for scrvlci rendered by
tho Union I'aclllc Itnllroad Company lo tho
United Slates on the Knnas division be
tween the said point distant SDJ lu-lt milei
west of Kintai City and Denvei, shall be
paid to tho Union I'aclllc Hallway Com
pany. Compensation for pervlces rendered by
the follow Ins named loads Is to bo paid as
Union I'aclllc, between Denver and Chey
enne, to be paid to the Union I'aclllc: Lew-
cnvvortli branch of tho Union Paelllo, be
tween Leavenworth and Lawrence1, Kas.,
to be paid to the Union Pacific Comp in ;
Union Tactile upon and over the Omaha
bridge between Council liluffi and Omaha,
to bo paid to tho Union I'aclllc Company.
Compensation for services rendered by
the following n imed loads Is to be paid to
tho respective receivers or authorized
Omaha &. Republican Valley. Union Pa
cific, Lincoln & Colorado and Kansas Cen
tral, Denver, Lcarivllle .V; Gunnison, Sa
line &. Southwestern, Junction City .- I'ort
Kearney, Solomon Itallroad Comp iny,
Denver & liouhler Valley (DrlRhton &
Houldcr branch) nnd the L'cho .V l'ark Clty
None of the pasment authorized Is to
be made cccept upon tho IHIiiK with tho
treasury department of a propel ly certllled
order of the court appointing the person
or persons named In tho E.ild order, re
ceiver or receivers of tho seld respective
This Older Is to apply to all pajmonts
for compensation for servicer lendered
since tho appointment of said receivers
nnd which have been heretofore withheld
awaiting the action of the treasury depart
ment nnd to nil future pamonts to the
respective companies until further ordered.
Tin: iri.sriinx mm s,
Illinois C ntrnl nnd the lliirlliigtnn Mi et Cat
Kates of tlio Ibk.igii Circat Western.
Chicago, Mnrch 0 The Illinois Central
nnd Uurllngton lines In Missouri to-day
gave notice that they would meet the rates
made jesterday by the Chicago Great
Western from St. Louis to points in the
East. This leaves the remaining lines hav
ing Interests in that territory no recourse
but to follow the example of the Illinois
Central and the Uurllngton. A notice was
expected from the Alton to-day, but none
was Issued. It Is generally understood,
however, that it will meet the rate.
TIk difference in opinion between Chair
man Caldwell and the Alton road regard
ing tho application of the Canadian Pa
Clflo differentials will likely remain In statu
nuo until alter the general meeting or
the Western lines on vveunesuiiy m i:
week. The Alton has been waiting for the
chairman to hand down nn official written
opinion upon tho receipt of which It an
nounces that it will nppeal to arbitration
If the opinion Is opposed to the stand It
Ins taken, as the opinion ceitalnly will be
Chairman Caldwell did not knovy until
to-day that the Alton was expecting an
opinion from him, thinking the ruling he
made against the Alton In the meetlns
Mifllclently defined his Ideas upon the mat
ter. It Is not lIU.lv that he will find time
between now nnd Wednesday to write tho
opinion, nnd the matter will piobably bo
settled In the open meeting ,,,
The Central Tralllc board of nrbltrat on
on differentials, which began Its meeting
yesteulaj, finished Its -work to-day, al
though no decision will bo made before
tho latter part of next week at the ear
liest. The stronger lines are much ntrald
that the application of differentials on
theatrical and party business, ns desired
by the smaller lines, will take from them
the larger portion of the business Incident
to several large meetings In the Host dur
ing the coming summer The weaker lines
which are lighting for tho differentials on
party lines hay they arc only Insisting
iipon them, thit tho may not lose ! their
p oper ptoportlon of the tralllc to the big
meetings The matter Is ieall a fight
between the big and small lines for this
"linings of the Chicago, Milwaukee .c
St Paul for the first week of March were
JC0S253. a decrease of JW.WG from the cor
responding week of last ear.
.VO Jllllll! I.AM nlWt rATKNTS.
Secretary Smith llls Why They Should
Not Itu Issuml.
Washington, March 0 -Secretary Smith
has determined that no more patents for
land granted to tho biibsldlztd lallroads
Khali be Issued until there has been a set
tlement of tho debt due tho government
from these roads. An attempt was mado to
get a resolution to this effect through con
gress, but it failed. As soon as the resolu
tion was presented Commissioner Lamo
reaiix. of tho general land olilee, Immedi
ately suspended all work upon tho prepara
tion of lists of lands within the grants and
none was sent to the secretin y for approv
al while the resolution was pending After
wards, when congress adjourned, the com
missioner felt Impelled lo go ahead will;
tho patenting of lands to the Union and
Central 1'acllla roads.snme as with other
grnnts Hut with the announcement of tho
secrctniy that ho will not npprovp any
further iiatints to these roads, work will
again bo suspended
Secret iry Smith will In n shoit time make
nn order to that ffect nnd give his reisons
or such action Ho i-a3 that ho thinks It
Just that no more patents should bo grant
ed when the roads owo the government
such large sums It has been stited that
n suit for mnndimus to compel Iho secie
taiy to continue Issuing patents will bo
brought by the lallroads. When this was
suggested to Secretary Smith to-day ho
said that It would bo tlnift enough to begin
work on the patents when tho courts
granted such mandamus
The lands nffeiteil aro within the grants
to the Union and Central Pacific between
Omaha and Sacramento It Is nlso thought
tho lands within thn grant to tho Oiegon .c
California road will be affected, as It is
operated ns a patt of the Central Paclflo
lutoiciiits cn.r .i.iitiMr.vr.
nig Salt Decblnl Asiliut thn Cblrus"
Alton I iiinpau),
Chicago, March 9 Judge Adams to-day
decided the case of Mulford .1 MucKenzle,
ticket brokeis, against tho Chicago A.
Alton railroad, finding the tesuo for the
plaintiffs and fixing their damages nt HO,.
EM. Mulford & MncICenlo were the firm
of ticket brokers who, in 1SS0, held an ol
lice In this city ami In St Louis, In that
ear they bought of the Alton road SOW)
vvorth of tickets at 50 cents on the dollar,
the tickets being good over the Alton be
tween Kansas City and D'oomington,
thence cast over tho Lake Uric. A. Western,
Shortly after tho purchase of tho tickets,
a passenger rate war set In ami for two
jcars the tickets were unsaleable, until
tho ear US.'. In June of that iui, after
tho brokers had disposed of ubout half of
the tickets, the Lake Ilrlo & Western,
which had gone Into the hands of a re
ceiver, icported that tho ugicemcnt be
tween Jttclf and the Alton, by which the
tickets had been made good over its Hues
cast of Hlooralngton, and tho tickets, or
wha was left of them In the hands of Iho
borkers, became worthless. The brokers
begun suit against the Alton because it
was solvent, while tho other ond Involved
in the transaction was not. The defense
of the Alton was that In the sale of the
tickets It acted merely as the agent or the
Lake. Erie & Western and that the latterjjt
COMPK.NS VTIO.V TO Till! fNIO.V
mi io i ou MAtii sum ioi.s.
si Louis, Xto ( March 9 Hccelveit, of tho
Tllcks Stock Car Company to-day filed nit
Intervening petition In the Trls o receiv
ership rase. This company, which Is a
est Virginia concern, has Its principal
olllce In Chicago, nnd makes a buslntps nt
leasing cars. It leased some lo the St.
Louis . Sm rranelsro rnllrond nnd theti!
Is now a rontrovery as to whom the rents
belong The Interveners nfk for nn order
prohibiting the Trlco receivers from pil
ing nnjone until the question Is deter
mined Judge Caldwell, of Ike United
States district court, granted nn order lo
that effect nnd tilno nnolher dlreellng per
sons In Interest to plead to Hie matter on
ur before April.
lli uf the Itnilil Post poneil.
Atlmtn, tin, March 0 -The sale of the
Atlanta .L florid i railroad under Iho re
corder of the United Slates court, which
was to have taken place todu, has been
postponed two weeks.
Wilt lln to I oreclnsiire Mle.
Xevv York, Mnreli D A local paper s-on.
It Is now prnellcally settled that the New
York, Lnke llrle & Western inllroid will
go to forceloure sale, nnd t h it It will Im
reorgaulrcd with a considerable assessment
on tho stocli
SEARCHING F0R THE DEAD,
I, Torts Itelng Mude In I hid tho Missing
l'lissntgi rs uf the I nngfi How -Olio
Hod) DIsiiivi rrd.
Cincinnati, O., Mnrch 0 This hns been n
day of suspense among the relatives nnd
friends of tho victims of the Longfellow
wreck Searching parties have gone down
the river looking among the willows for
traces of tha missing. The officers of tho
packet company have been 7calous In their
cfiorts to find th" drowned oodles nnd were
lewnrdrd In the afternoon by finding the
body of tho veteran clerk of tho Longfel
low, Captain J L Carter, In thn wreck
that bnd been caught and tied to tho shoro
tunr Hlversldc. 'I lie aged clerk was pinned
lo tho boiler deck bv a portion of the
cabin deck, which had fallen on him. Ills
features weio lifelike and his body wns
not mutll itcd. When tho rlvci falls, as It
will by Monday, perhaps, a more extended
scinch can bo mado In that part of the
wieclc, where It Is supposed tne oodles or.
Mr. Aldrldce and of tho b irtender, Ch.au
vct, may be found
Iho w lockage of the Longfellow Is sent
teicd for a distance of twenty-live miles
nnd everywhere tho skills of wieckcis nro
busy towing lloitlng cases to ehoio, where
they are Immediately rilled. I'll ale skllfs
aro hovering nrouml the hull waiting for
piece) of freight to bo detached. The coiu
pan's men nro doing evciMIiIng possible
to save what they can of the cargo. A
half dozen or more trunks of passengers
hnvo alieady been secured.
The opinion Is growing anions river men
that this biidge pier on which the Long
fellow went to destruction is a pronounced
peril to navigation, bald one of them to
day: "This pier stands directly In the nat
ural channel of tho river and causes a
terilfle suction ton aid the Kentucky shore
and also creates cioss currents that must
Imperil any steamer. It Is dangerous nt all
times, fo d tngerous that In fair weather
when there Is no gale of wind tow boats
have to 'double trip' past It In order to
get their tows safely It Is tho most
dangerous bridge on the Ohio river tar
worse tbnn the dreaded Parkersburg
bridge and Is a men.acv and terror to all
There hav e been no dev e, opinents to-day
to indicate th it tho death list will be
enlarged. Mr. C. J. Aldtldgc, son of David
Aldildcc, of JSome, N. Y., and Mr. Joseph
Aldrldge, brother of tho drowned passen
ger, arrived to-day and began the melan
choly task of senichlng foi his body.
SHIPMENTS 0FSEED GRAIN.
Thirty Cnrlands Aro ow Kn Houte- to
Counties 111 WiHtorn Kiiuft is I.lltlo
Deln mil for Help.
Topeka, Kas , March 9 (Special.) The
state board of railroad commissioners are
filling the orders for seed grain from the
distressed coantles In Western Kansas as
rapidly as possible. Thirty carloads are
now on the way West, made up principally
of seed oats, com, barley and potatoes. Of
the SlUO.Ou'J apnroprl ited only about f'v.OuO
will be expended, ns twelve counties have
refused tho pi ottered aid The state tieas-
urer has tecelved from tho counties aided
about 570.OJO county warrants, which will
bo held as secuilty for the individual notes
given by the faimers aided.
There Is ery Uttlo demand for assist
ance In tho West since warm weather set
In. The board of railroad commissioners
purchased and delivered to tho several
counties 1EG carloads of coal during Jan
uary and rebruarj, and to this maj bo
added sixty carloads from the state mlnc3
at Leavenworth nnd twelve cars contrib
uted by pilvato persons Tho largo ma
jority of the letters soliciting aid asked
only for fuel and these l.ave almost en
KANbAb SUPKHMH COUItT.
A dumber of Opinions Handed Down
Tlitit Tilbmial nt Topekn lostorihi).
Topeka, March S (Special.) The follow
ing opinions wero rendered by tho su
preme court to-day:
Ilorton. Chief Justice.
O It Oakley vs. W. A. ltandolphj error
from Ljon count : nfilrmed.
In io Joseph Peny Smith, original pro
ceeding In habeas corpus, petitioner re
manded K, riaukhouscr vs. J. J. Neally; error
from Osage county; ruveited
W. 11 Douglas vs. Archibald McKeevcr;
error from Jetferson county; reversed
In ro W J. Johnston, appeal from Shaw
nee count , petitioner discharge!.
W. L. Johnston vs J2va L Johnston; er
roi from Shawnee countj , reversed.
Kansas Midland Killvvav Company is. J,
II lliohm, eijor from Heno county, re
versed. Julli M. Goodman s. James P Wilson
et .U. eiror fiom Jefferson county; af
firmed. J T. Smith vs. J. O. Benton; error from
Pottuwatomle county; reversed.
Chlcigo A: Alton bridge Company is.
Geoigo l'oivler: error Irom Wyandotte
German I'Ire Insurance Company -vs.
commissioners of Shnwneo county; error
from hhawnee county; reversed,
Oakland Homo lniurance Company vs.
commissioners of Miawueo county; error
from Shawneo county; reversed.
M, II Insley vs, Ann if, bhlre et al; er
ror fiom Leavenwoith county; reversed.
Pleasant View township vs. J, W. Shaw
go, enor from Ciawfoid county, revoised.
II. II, uuert et ai vs, unerlln Loan and
Trust Companj ; error from Hawllns
D, M. Uvans et nl vs r Rothschild et
al, error fiom Washington county; ie.
iWlllnm Divenport vs. city of Ottawa;
nppeal from I'ranklln cnuntj ; nfilrmed.
Chicago Lumber Company vs, William
M Tomllnson et al; cuor fiom I'lruiey
In io M i:, Luvvo; original proceeding In
halraii corpus, potltlonci discharged
Htiito v, Giorge W Prazler; appeal from
Saline countj ; affirmed
Chfrokee nnd PlttsburfT Coal nnd Min
ing Compnnj vs, John Dlokson; error from
Ciawford countj, reversed
SI, I'lankhouser vs It IJ. risher et al;
error fiom Osage county; reversed.
Hannah Itltchlo et al vs Kansas, Ne
braska, tc Dakota Hallway Company et al;
euor from bhawnee county; reversed.
German Reformed church s, wv. n. Ab
bey et al, eiror from Doniphan county;
W. C, Janes -vs. the Alton Savings bank;
error from Atchison county; dismissed.
Helen St. Webb vs, I. G, Currnn; orig
inal pioceedlng In mandamus; dismissed,
M, T. Green s, 1 Hurst et al; error
from Shawnee county; dismissed,
W. O, Webb vs. llobert Mood; error from
Shawnee couut; dismissed,
James Crooks s. llaker; error from Wil
son county; dismissed,
John Itiun vs. M. A Householder et al;
original proceeding In mandamus; Judg
ment for defendants
J, C. Ketherton vs. A. J. Demange; error
from Giecnvvood county; dismissed,
J. lleujman vs. M. W. Lv ; error from
Sedgwick county; dismissed,
National Hank of Commeice vs. M. W,
Levy; error from Sedgwick county; dis
missed. T It. Herrod vs. J. S. Hoyntonj error
from Cowley count); dismissed.
S H. K3opman vs, John Catherwood;
error fiom .Sedgwick countj; dismissed.
J. MacLovo vs. C. A. Bcruton; error from
Cowley countj-; dismissed.
Hargadlne-McKlttrlck Dry Goods Com
pany vs. O. 1'. Norwood et al; error from
Pawnee county; dismissed.
Nemaha Coal and Mining Company vs.
II. C. Settle; error from Nemaha, countj;
motion for rehearing overruled.
City of Argentine vs. a. II. Simmons:
error from YVjando te county; motion (or
- pjumDrviv v- . v
Two doctors ofnn ''intern town,
lo lenrning much Inclined,
Were cnlted to see n gentleman,
Uhuse health vval uudcrmlncd.
The first one ued his stethoscope
Upon the pvilcnt meek
'" ruid,"quottl.Jic, "one lung li gone;
You cannot live a week."
There arc sonic patent medicines that aie more marvelous than a doen
doctors' prescriptions, but they're not those that profess to cure cvoylhiiiq;.
Everybody, now and then, feels "run-down," " played out." They've
the will, but no power to genciale vitality. They're not sick enough lo
call a doctor, but just too bick to be well. That's whete the right kind
of a patent medicine conies in, and docs for a dolhir what the doctor
wouldn't do for lets than five or ten.
We puffa our claim for Dr. Pieice's Golden Medical Discovery.
We claim it to be an uncqualed remedy to pinify the blood and invig
orate the liver. We claim it lo be lasting in its effects, creating an ap
petite, purifying the blood, and preventing Uilioiisness, Typhoid and
Malarial Fevers, taken in time. The time to take it is when you first
feel the signs of rceaincss and weakness.
Many years ago, Dr. R. V. Pierce, Chief Consulting Physician to the
Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, Buffalo, N. V., compounded this
medicine of vegetable ingredients. It has an especial effect upon the
stomach, liver and kidneys, rousing the organs to healthful activity as
well as purifying and enriching the blood. By such means the stomach
and the nerves are supplied with pine blood; they can not do duty with
out it any more than a locomotive can run without coal. You can not
get a lasting cure of Dyspepsia, or Indigestion, by taking artificially di
gested foods or pepsin the stomach must do its own work m its own
way. Do not put your nerves to sleep with so-called celeiy mixtures, it is
better to go to the seat of the difficulty and feed the nerve-cells on the
food they require. Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Biliousness and Nervous
Affections, such as sleeplessness and weak, nervous feelings are com
pletely eued by the "Discovery." It puts on healthy flesh, brings re
freshing sleep and invigorates the whole system.
Indigestion and Nervous Prostration, j Boils, Carbuncles and Blood I'olaoalns.
Mrs. J. It. 1 osTrn, of Aithtist Station, Hilts
bciia Co, A' , writes
' It is with pleasure tliat
I write to let ou know
the great benefit I have
',Y7 received from jour med-
i-W J ,& Iclucs. w hi
fv1-?! fSW-uT von of my r
VA Vl"") i had for sen
i -- il been trent
When I w rote
ted bv two
pood doctors but re
ceived very little bene
fit I was confined to
and for lour months did
not take one motithfull
ri.of solid food of nny
kind The doctors call
ed my trouble Indices.
Hon aud Nervous Pros
tration After I had
been skk six months I
tllscli.irtred mv doctors
Mm J. II I'OSTER.
nnd began taking Pr 1'iercc's Golden Medical
Discovery. I vc-v soon began to improve and
after tnking six bottles called mv self well I nui
now doing general house work for six
' V. . .-'i,i.
..-,. . t.- cy
Kansas City camp, No. :00J,
Woodmen of America, held Its
weekly meeting on Wednesdaj
Jtarch f, In Its camp hall
on West Tenth
Btreet. Tho meetlnB proved to bo ono of
unusual Interest to tho members, as mat
ters of ltal Interest to the Older were dis
cussed, and was further enlivened by tho
Initiation to two candidates, Missrs, lineh
lor, city salesman for Itlchards &. Conover,
and II. C. nibrid'c, rupcrlutendcnt of the
liroadway car line. The former asked for
and received the until c lloor work, much to
his dismay and tho cdltlcattou of tho
Two new- men Is nn unusually small num
ber, us the candidates at eaUi weekly
ineetlnc often run as high ns eicht or
ten. This camp was organled In Juno of
1!J3, with thirty-two numbers, and con
tinued without growth until November of
tho s nuo year, when the camp decided to
put deputies to work Owing to theli ener
getic endeavors. It now boasts of u mem
bership of ov r 3."A thus takliiT rank with
Ihe Urge camps of tho countiy, and being
u long onus mo uauiier c imp or 11113 nn
uicdluto vicinity. The oillcers are mon
ehosen because of their known Interest In
"VVuodcnft, who ctilve to make tin meet
Inn Interesting to members and visitors
alike. Venerablo Consul George Stevenson
was present at tho last meeting and le
cclved congratulations on his speedy ie
cover)' from Uli.tss.
In the formation of tho new council, Gcn
ciul Deputy 1'ilnk Is having good auccebs,
IIo has over fifty t-ignaturca to thu char
ter list. Tho list alieady baa oulte a uiiiii
ber of nioinlneut anil well known eltl
ens, sucn ns Major Davis, George A.N'cul,
.1. Hcott llairlson, Jr, D. V. fatoiur. O. A.
I.ucis, Dr. J. Jlurehiird, C D. Wlthrovv, A.
9 .Maries', cj. h. hiiuieis, V i: Anderson,
V. I', Ilurrough, W. II. llalllwell, C. I.. V.
Ilcdrlck, nnd otheis, A prellmlnio nuet
Ing was held lust Saturda evening bj tho
Bignem, nnd a goodly number of their
friends who present. Much Interest was
manifested and a numbei of new signers
vvuio secured rruternal Insuinnco of tho
character oirereu y tno .National union
It Is evident Is each day gaining In popular
favor, l'rlend Trlnlc expects to Institute) tho
new council this week, assls'ed by tho
members: of Jackson county cabinet nnd
frlmds of tho live old councils Ho expects
to have lot) moniben by thn tlmo the conn
rll Is Instituted, which will be as soon as
tho committee that vvns appointed for thu
iiurnoso 1 ist Saturday night proeures a
hall. 'Iho tlmo and place will bu unnouno
ed through thu dally papers.
'Iho lit st legulai meeting for Maroh of
tho Jackson county cabinet will be hell nt
Its hall In thu Hldsa building. 913 Wal
nut street, to-morrow (Monday) evening.
A chance In tho by-laws will come up for
action, dellnlng when tho cabinet can de
cl ire vacancies by reason of non-attenil-anco
to Its meetings nnd bow said vacan
cies shall ba filled l'rlend I'rlnk will nlso
present Ills charter list for tho new coun
cil ICansaa.Clty council held Its first regular
meetlng,it tin hall, nil Walnut street, lust
Trlduy evening. .Much Interest was mxnl
festid. It has seven candidates on tho
road. 1'rcsldeut Lewis seems to bo a hust
let, unit to bo stiirlng mi some of tho old
time Intel est In tho work,
Mechanics' council bad three applications
at Its last meeting, which makes live can
dldatis for lultlitlou.
Dundee council lecelved two applications
at Its last meeting, l'rlend I'rlnk has
11 vo applications, all signed, which lie
expects to piesent at the next meeting,
Ollvo llranch and llomivcnturo councils
each promise not to bo left In the renewed
Interest and promise some news soon.
Ancient Ordir Ihiltid Workmen.
Avcrlll lodge, No. sS, A. O. u. W., met
last week and lultlited sevetal candidates
There wero several visitors pieaent and
much buslne&b was tranactel.
Mutual-Upchurch lodge No. M, A. O. U,
V.. met latt week There was a good at
tendance. Ono candidate was Initiated and
Important business was trans icted.
Kansas City legion No. IS, H K. of the
A. O. V. W., met last week. Tho cjuestlon
of changing tho night of meeting was dis
cussed. Order nC tho World.
Kansas City lodgo No. 67, Older of tho
World, met at Its new hall. No. lOi) Grand
uvenue, laat ten. incio was a largo at
tendance, and business of Importance was
Llv orcrcen lodge No 69. Order of the
IaVouJ, met tas; iveek, gevrat visitors
To this the oilier wise M D
"I see ' quoth be, "ns ill may see,
Your klducjs arc ntuctcd
These wlc wen ntgued loud nnd long,
Yet Ihe patient cmts tnoverjt
Jot to those doctors, but to
llcrvcs Golden Mcdicat Discover'.
WillO KVTCin K.of Raletth. ('! Co .A". C.
writes "l was tak
en uith hods on mv
neck and back,
'lhcy lasted about
three jcars. I wns
hclnlcsy and suf
fered Rrevt p-iln
nnd misery. rhsi
cinns could only
Klve teuporary re
lief 1 innlty, I had a
vcr severe carbun
cle ou my neck,
which pac mc in-cc-tint
nti.l h.iltit !ll,r..r-
buacle lanced, I bc-7 ',
fin the use of vour
nlscovcrv ' The
carbuncle soon ,,. r. .Tr,rr rsn
healed and the '
bolls on m hacV dlnppcnred nnd when I had
u-,cd five or fix bottles 1 felt like a different boj,
Have not had a bod in two jcars "
weio present. Ono candidate was Initiated
nnd several application wire ritelved
Metropolis Indro No CO. Order of tho
World, received the claim of Mrs Dr A II
Waggoner, who ban been tick and paid
same lo her list week.
Columbian lodge No 111, Order of tha
"World, recilvcd M applications nnd In
itiated sW rnndl I itett Inst week Mr Stel
gert, who his been sick, was repurtcd as
Itoval An ilium.
council will Initiate nidny
Theio nro nearly E.OW
I T " "'Prc"o
council will meet nt St
.UUl, .tU J I
now eouiiell of the llov.al Vreaniim
is to bo organized at Independence
Mount Auburn eouiull is arranging for
a ladles' nlcht In the near future
ovii.il of Mount Auburn's oillcers as
sisted In eonfcrilng tho degtces at Gato
Clt's 1 ist meeting
Deputv Supremo Itegent Minster, of Kan
nai, wns a vlbltoi at tho meeting last
lhursday cvcnlnj of No 12S1.
Mount Auburn heads the list of Kansas
CHy louiirlln In net Increiisc In member
shlp tho past yiai
At tho iicent grand council meeting nt
fit Louis, IX C 1'arUtt, of Mount Auburn
council, was in t 1 grnnd chaplain, nnd
I'.egent Hulllvau nf K insas city council,
grind trustee W 11 f'omstoek, of G ito
City rnupell, was appointed grand deputy
for this dlstilct.
Onli i ir llnl lien.
Tho council lire of Klekapoo tribe No 10,
Order of Iti d Men villi bo r kindled In
Knights of l'vthlas hill No 1, tamer of
l'ouiticnth street nn I Grand avenue, at
t-eventli nm and thlrtl th breath, Tuedn
March 12 " 30 p m The j-ieit chiefs of
this rem nation will olllclato. nssisted by
chlofs from St. Jusepli nnd the Degiee
lea in of Cheyenne tribe, of Armourdale
Kas The old mi mbers of Klekapoo trjbo
aro requested to be nr- sent.
KnlghtH of I'i thins.
Tnmplo lolge No III, K of r, met Innt
week Visitors Jrom other lodges w re
present nnd an eujoyablo evening was
p ised Thoro was woilt In the second
Degri o nt llnniir
Hopo lodgo No 1, Degreo of Honor, will
glvo mi enjovablo havsiid social at Ta-
loma hall. JJ18 Gran I avenue, Tuesday
evening, Mnrch 12 1S03
Iti ijiiUltloim Imiuiil h dim rnor Morrill,
Topeka, Kas, Maxell 9 (Special.) To
day Governor Jloulll Issucil two lequlsl
tlons for Kansas criminals who have tied
from Kansas Ono was upon tho governor
of Colin ado for tho person of ltenny lirv-
nnt, wanted In i:il: countj for nssaiilt with
Intent to mil wnerltr H II ratterton
stalled for Deuvet to-night In cjuest of his
mnii. Tho other wn upon the governor of
Mltsourl lor John I) Mnxwell, chnrged
with forgorj, nnd who lied trom Itemitillc
county. Shet Iff H It Ward, of that coun
tj, thinks Maxwell Is In Kansas Cltj, aud
left for theio to-night.
A lirrlliiiliil 1'liigi irlst.
r.l Heno. O T, -March 9 T. 1 Hensley,
editor and proprlotor of thu Democrat of
this place, was elected by the Turiltorlal
l'ress Association at Pcrij, o, T., a few
dajs ugo, on tho merits of a bpeecli he de
livered before that body 'Iho speech was
ono of tho llncst perhaps ever delivered In
Oklahoma on such nn occasion. Tha pres
geneiallj spoka moat favorably of It, but
It camo to light a few daja ago that It was
copied verbatim fiom nn nddreBa of Uev.
Thomas Guard, on the "Life and Character
of Kavannrolu. tho Martyr of riorence."
Its cures of torturing, disftjrurlng, humilt.
sting huiaou nro tho most woadcrful ever
Sola throughout the world. PiitUb depot I Ntn.
Y, i, Kin: Edward st , LoaJon. Pottbs Dsio
tt CutH, Cvkf , Sole fioyi , lioslMi, U. S. A.
i X'.. . y rx
111 h liSl
13 li i I (I i ii.
1). V Jiuget, .... Pttsuttnt
ferny C. A'ttmp, Vite Praulent
Ji. D. Covington, - - Casiner
P U. Kumf, J fen) v C. Xitmpf,
iremvf. JIueke, J). A. Areh'Men,
SeA S. Setat. JX V. A'teet,
A D. Covington.
Oponocl for Btislnoss Jnnti.try
Stntement Sliowlnir the Number of Dc
PobUoih ut the Close of Ilt!lnos on
the 2d D.iv of Kacli cjti.utci' Since
ll No. Depositor.
Jntiu.iiy 2 , IS 1
Apill 2 Ill '
July 2 r.TJ
Ol toiler- ulT
Api II J
October '-. .
.Tannin y 2..,
Aim II 2
Oitobcr 2 1.1W
.lnnunry 2 1,221
April 2 1.121
.Tul 2 1,ri3l
Oelolier 2 1,701
Jnnuaiv 2 1,01.
Mauli i" 2,07-'
KANSAS GIT-ST. JVEO.
Condensed Statement of the
Condition at close of Bus
iness March 5, 1&95.
Time Loans 51,83s, 5 'r2 72
Real Ebtatc 29,09113
Stock1? and Bonds . .. 129,338 7S
Furniture and Fix
tures 7, 500 00
mium ..$ 56,500 00
Loans. . 218,215 69
change .1,176,991 03-1.451,706 72
Total $3,450,182 35
Capital Stock 5 500,000 00
Net Surplus and Un
divided Profits 13.485 36
Circulation 5,ooo 00
Deposits 2,867,696 99
Total S3, 156, 1S2 35
Above Statement is correct.
J. G. Siur an, Cashier.
J. K. Burmim,
II. L. McEirov, v Directors.
W. 1. II ul,
Opened for Business Nov. 13, 1890.
Depoblts Dec. l'l, 1S11 Sl,0.'7, 110 JO
Deposits M.ueli ft, l-ill S,.1S(),0b(l 77
Deposits Dec. 10, lsll L',717.a'i0 stl
Deposits MjicIi S, lb05 L'.fcL.T.vIJtl l)L
io solicit uccouiitbof HauUs, Hankers,
Caipnr.itions, Mauufncttui'is, Jluruhunts
nnd Individuals, and will bu glail to
meet or cuuospoiul with tliosu eonteui
pintinir inaUiiiij cliatifjes or opening new
,1. K. r.rilMlVM, l'l. hid. nt.
(. S. .VIOUI.V, Mill I'ronldellt.
.1. C. SIKIIAN, (uoblir.
AV II.I, I.. (JAIM S, At. ( nshli r.
.Iirrj Mall no Siirrcnilira.
IlaMcr Sprlngi), Kas, Jlnrch 0 (Special)
Jeiiy Wallaci, v.ho hilled hii fathci-iii-lavv,
Alex Z.me, In thu Wjandotto Nation
on tho 7th liibt , Hiiricndciid hlmsulf to
United States C'oiiiinl'!sloncr Daniels this
uiurnln,;, iiutilne; In a plea of Justlllablu
lininlclelu 'lliu uoublu ill oho ovoi tha phi.
Vey of tho allotted lands bclonulUK to ana
and his d lUKhtai, .Mis Wulhieu ..uiu had
a Kam; of men bultdlni; tciiei, on tho ills
puled tcirltoij. Wallace resisted tho en
cioachini'ut, and with tiholi.'un la uaud, or
dcud alio to desist A uuarrel uisucd,
iisuitliiK In nllaco llrlnir a load of buck
shot Into Vane's body, killliik- hint Instant
ly. At tho Famu mouuiit Wullieo iccclved
n stub lu thu back by u Min of alio. Tho
paitles lnteicsted aro piouilucut citizens
of tho Nvundotto Nation
.Vklail tu lln Si nt in Jill.
Tort Scott, Kas, March 0. (.Special )
G V McKlnncv, a luominont nnd well
known cltlen of Ml.tml, I, T aiipc.ueil
befoiii Uiiltcil Statea Couirtil-.)Itiiiv!r
Musher jcsteuluy ufternooii and ile
niaiiilcil that lio bu coiiiinitteil to tho
count) Jull to beivo h llilitj day sen
tenco fiom tlio L'nltcil bl.ilcs eoutt for
fccdllnij lluuoia vvlllioiit u government
penult. Tho commitment was in iriu out,
M. Iviimev .f nt in IIih l.all unil is Hum
tcrviuir out Ills sentence, IIo will ulso
liavc a 5110 una to pay,
111 public 111 I'lllnpilKIl In Ollthl,
Olathe, Kas, March a (Special) Tho
Hepubllcnns of this city held a meeting
list night in Jlajt's' opcia house with
i: C Owen ni ilmluuaii mul 1. V
'Hi. iv Is as seootary, and decided to hold
n clt) convention l'rlday evening March
I'.', to nominate! candidates tor tho vi
nous city olllces, Uach ward will Inld
Its meetlnB nnd nominate Its caiiduU is
for councllmen and membeis of t'iq
board of education, ami nt the same
time will elect a delegato for each five
votes to the city convention on the U.M
CniiKri sjiii in .iny In Hupp),
Bi Louis, March l Tho engagement
was announced to-Uay of Congrissmin
Charles 1 Jn), of the Kleventh Mlssoail
dlstilct, to Mis. Elizabeth ltyer, the
widow of Dr, Washington M. Ite, a
wealthy and distinguished phjsk-l.u. of
Ban Francisco, who died two yeais ago.
Mis. Her was formerly Miss l;llzu')cth
Ida Grunt, of Boston. The wedding nlll
occur In the fall, shot tly before the time
when Mr. Joy will take bis seal In con-gics3.
HIMLH W: m
U ! " I n 1 1 i 1 1 1 S S li
(I. I. I'll t. NAM, I'rrsl.triil. T. II. IIIXKMAN. Caililrr.
.1. It. IIDVtlXIfK, AMlilnut Casblrr.
American National Bank
KANSAS CITY, MO.,
Dlltl OlOlts-Atnlrpw nrnintn, A A Whipple tl.T 1'ulasm, fleet s 1'j'mII. lt.lf Hllh,
T II llrrkinin, J. S Morrln, II M lluh, J 1' I.ikuiI, J Martlu Jccii, J R Doulnlclr,
j i' jncKsoa
COM VA RATI VK STATEMENTS:
ComtaiiniMl OUle'lnl HcportH nf the American Xntlnml llanlf of K'ntuni Cttv,
Mo, Mtico l!c(ir(,'ntil7iitioti, Muroli Sllli, lS'U iii Mnilo to the Coiiiplrolloi' May Ith,
July lMh, October 2il mitl Dceoinln'i' lotli, l'OI, mill .March Sill, lSU.".
T.ontifi and dlscoiittti Jlltcn 17
lli-nl cFtalc, furnlttirK and llTturc. Sl.vv) 10
fah nnd li;ht schaiiKe, JH". ml l
United fitatci bolide M.ftW (l
l'lciulmiK i vi M
Ileduinlitlon fund, : .) 0" I0i.SH SI
.Inly 18th. 1894.
I.onni nnd dlicaunli fW) f.33 P7
Hcil pNtnti, furtilturo and iKturci. ,1I,(W) M
Cmli and slht cxpliansf, J-'TirnH M
l'nltcd htitcd bondr . . . fmioiP
rroinlunn i ooo m
Redemption fund I,ij0 00-33'', 'US TO
1311 331 57
I.ouir and discounts SCH3". I P"
Ileal (Male, ftiinlturi' and tlxture. 3I.UIO Ui)
CiiHli and sli'ht ceh uife'c, JJM I'1", v;
Tnllcd Hlatcs bondii W.W W
I'lcnilumi i (to lO
ltcdciu)tlan fund '.'."O tu-SoVilS S7
f i.oio mo::
Limns nnd discount $wl OW
Ileal est if, furniture and iKtuic, 31 10 to
Club and siuht exchatiKO, M". 7i"i 31
I'nlted Stntes bonds riXouto
Ilediinptlon fund 2 J30 (O r:i,073 31
Loans and discounts SGIOVi.'ni
Ileal estate, furniture and iKturex, 31,000 10
Cash and FlRht exch.uiBe, l'.Jill si
Unite 1 Htntcs bonds tOWl o
I'lemlunis i trt) to
llcdeniptlon fund 2,Jo0 (O-llO.vf.l
7 he above statements are
Iuibb H BDQif BSu EJoBufil
KI-A.ISrSA.S CITY, 3VEO.
As Rendered the Comptroller of Currency at Close of Business Marc!) 5, 18.95,,
Loans and dlstounlH I1.0G3 003 SS
Overdrafts l,S')3 El
V. S bonds, I percent (par) CO.000 00
Stocks and bonds r.l, 112 97
Hnnklnir bouse WOO) 00
rive per cent redemption fund... i'i'OOO
Cash and elKlit exchanco 2,0S0 3I1 rs
Total JG,20I,3SJ C4
Above Statement is correct.
W. S. WOODS, President.
REPORT OF THE
At tho C'lnii! nf lluslius aian li Slli, 1(11)1.
Loans nnd niscouiilh S717,aKl (.1
Ovoi drafts 0,577 71
btocks, becurities, Ktc 21, Obi SO
Ileal i'stato, I'lirnlturo nnd
riMtires .'.3,S10 10
U. lloncti and
iiomiiims $113,000 00
K C, Mo , school
bmuls 30,000 00
Cash ami Sight 1-
ehango 620,008 21 05 1,008 21
Shilr of Missouri, Connfj of Juchsan, k.
L V. 11 ficcgor, Cusliter of the above named bank, ilti solemnly swear that tho
nliovo btatcmeut is true to the best of my knowledge) uml belief
, , , t , , vl W. II MJlttKR. Cashier.
Situicrlbcil ana sworn to before me this tli day of Maich, IbO'i
UILiON 11 GIIAY. Vntnrtf J'nl.ll
Condensed Stntcmcnt uf-
The First National Bank,
Of Kansas City, Mo.,
At tho Closo of Business, Maroh 5th, 1895.
I'm ni turn nnd 1'iNtures
U. S llomls mul
Preminms ....S 112,000 00
bt. Louis City &
bchool llomls.. 135,000.00
Cnt.li ami bight
i;.clinugo 1,611, 37I.Ot-l,7o3,374,ni
The above statement in correct.
GLAOSS & iMVILLE,
Ice and Coal!
riain Office now located at
806 and 808 Delaware Street. Tel. 1717.
Branch Office at the old stand,
517 Grand Avenue. Telephone 1129.
'lth. 1S04. LIABILITIES.
Nit iuoIIIh .
fir. ut ttlon
4-, prrt 01
32 1 &07 01
Not fioiltx ..
. n.vt si
. f. roo m
. 113,153 "7
JD1 1.331 07
N. t ihoiUi ...
Clrcul itlon ...
,51.11 0fl M
. 17,545 ;.'
. 4". (VO Oil
. C.ilJJ ,V)
1,010 M0 Si
10 th. 1S94.
Nrt prolltit ..
. 4'. il 0.1
. 701 C-. 4
Panll il ttoiU .
Net Mirplus and piollts
UeiioIt3 ....... .........
... 4". il IO
... 7Ui,lia St
90 tl,05J.7o3 oa
H. BISEKMAN, Cashier.
of the Condition
Cnpllal Ptock jnld In Jl.000,000 (0
Surplus 200 000 CO
ITndlvUed prollts C2.3I4 45
Circulation account 43,000 (O
Demand deposits t 59G.93S 03
TF. A. RULE, Cashi
1.1 Mill. llll s.
Capital StocU paid iu SJOO.OOO 00
hut plus f uml 50,000 00
Undivided i'rolils 7,;-,51 bi
Clicuilatioii 15,000 "0
DcMinsltS.-,' '"" uVH,OII III
weposus I1(lu(s i-r,l0333 -.
11. S tres. 13,750 Is 1,137,4)5 10
.s. McWlLIilAMr-. )
S W. t'AMI'lllJMi. M'lrcctors.
I'lIlL i; CHAl'I'IMiL,
Capital block $ 230,000.00
Mil plus 175,000.00
Undivided Profits 14,101,7.3
Ciiculntiou ,,. 45,000,00
Individual., J, 000,802,03
llanlcs.,,... l,lls,53u,03 J,0SV433.7(3
E. P. SW1NNEY, Cashier.