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You need some Spring Clothesyou
Come direct to jSTicoll tlio Tailor, there is every reason
tllis City (Over 3,ooo styles).
Under the new tarifl'we are making Suits or Overcoats to
to order $4 to $14 that formerly would have cost 85 to $18.
We guarantee Clltirc Satisfaction Or money refunded (Perfect
Do not confuse us with the cheap tailors that copy our methods and prices they necessarily fail to give the value and satisfaction that we readily and safely guarantee.
Fancy-priced-credit tailors traduce us because wc make as good clothes at one-half their prices.
We prepare our working forces for several thousand extra orders to be executed the weeks before Easter so come with the assurance of being
promptly and satisfactorily served at prices a decided saving to you.
INVESTING IN PROPERTY.
mi:. with iti:uv -.n takim; aii-
X'A.STACJI. Or Tin: .ll.VHKin.
The Drill. mil fur lieul IMute In (Ironing
(renter i:iT)- Day and AernK Arc
(lure More Weiring Smllfi-
Some (infill Nile.
The leal estate market Is growing in
culvliv day by day. Though the spring
lias not fairly begun the brokers aro hav
ing many Inquiries after property of every
description. Tin- number of actual trans
lers is tncreaclng perceptibly. All signs
i-cem to point to us prospetotis a season as
thin u' 1 ho apilng of JUKI, when the real
c-sioic liitiiiia recoveied to a considerable
ix'cit. and continued active unlll It was
-'.'."' 'I by "'' panics of Juno ami July.
1 In- v liippli- Loan and Trust Company
j-ol'i .. sturdily 10 I'liitili-H I., Kluugh, for
Jli l,iti-an city SSalV lupoid! and savings
lirti-K iliiet-liu. lots in Mellier place for
5Jii "In- sale will ickuU In a boom
1c i'Ii-i plac- and Its vli'lnlty, for on
J.I-1. .,-. Apill , Mi. A. A. Whipple will
a . 11 olf tho Ints puichascd yesterday.
I - i"-.pcrt has ,1 total irontago of 4.M1
f- hi tin- Kimimi are Homo thirty dwell.
II f 'i tin- lutext design, furnished with
n '! modern improvement!!, and liuilt
11 '' plans li slum d by Adriatic's Van
J 1 it 1 .Mellier place is on high ground.
ho I r- lu'ec-tiiiiiiity will bo greatly en
Jioi hi, bv tiui (onveision of the steam
tl 'mm Hue. now connecting It with thin
1 - i.ito an cleitrlc line. The locality Is
' l"i--u. omiuuii'iing as it noes, a
v w id the river, but It Is healthful and
easy di-ftance nf the eitv.
..i Thajer says there is a (food de
.1 mnoeriile pried homen, and that
ale lHiulv all paying cash, or a
i-opoitiiii uiili, and snort time on
Allium; hW sales for this month
-t. it 'iv. etit mtivr Keenth and MeCap
to r rinkert for'V.''.1)
Iwi. and 111 1-half aeres soillh of W'est
Jici' ' Mar.s Kfc-ell Ic-i 12,500.
T' I,, nine. No. Hrooklyn ovonue, to
0 ti !.i;htfiiot fo. (,t.-;-,o.
I- i leei on w-nidwdril. avenue (Hyde
pn'i i i-i Unci I: Hn vver mi Sl.n'iii.
'. lent,-. No in,' liarlMd, to John Al
t' ' :!
i mi,.- hiindiiil i.et oi Mieimt properly at
r. i.i -Ural meet and Pruspeel avenue
r .1 M.l
i in houi-e. N"o. n.i .Moutuall uvonuo, to
31 Me m for JC'.uW.
Tin I:.. use. No. Jli: I3ut Kill h til, to K. 8.
Tori,-ii for tl,V.
Two kits In Kansas Clly, K.. to A. J.
J. hi miii for Jt.SiKi
W. mil Harrison to A. T. Wolfe for tJ.tWi,
Vi-unUr T. J. ltittpnhoue noid the new
n. o i andsoDM row uf urleli flats at the
luti'.ist router or ruxteeritn and wyan-
I in -ireets to 1' J. l'oit, of I'uiinoll
i.rci K.is . tor 41a.' an. The seller wai"
lir il l.ouiin Til" liutldlims hae u
( ..He of k.i fit on Wyandotte street.
Ki. -lit oc MttKnk- made two sales iv-mcr-ilil
Throuuh them J. W. 1'ampliell sold
to Ji'lni lianz. for R.leo i-ah, one and
two- hinlb u.r.s of aeant Biotiiid at
Tm- i 'wfouitli stiiei ni.'I riprti.e avenue,
and liiiilel I'owell, uf the Swofford llroth-er-
i'i iioo'ii ''oinpanv. uouuht itie ii.
room Iiunr dntlliiiK, No. &M Wabash ve
n a-. vv.th ft lVet of urouiid. Mr. tlanis will
li' .1 "U lib pur- hair. Ueurife F. toomb&r
boiniit uf li. T. Uieliinton, of New Hump-
1: r. the U-iuom lirllt house. No. gill
3'uili n v. nue lor I3.5u rash, and toe N'ttW
J...fil n.ii Loan and Trim I'uinimny sold to
A .'l.'.l.iy an fc-room frame- house with llj
U-1 in '1'wi.niy-nlnth and Malnut streets,
1 r !-.'.0i) ah. tlraj ton JHillurd, of New
York, mid to ciiarUi Timmuns for tl.USu
u-li two liou-.es in lvanliun park. Th"
tun ales were made ihruuKli 1). S. .Mu
(ionule T. II. Hi-Idle has uid thtee dwl-lir.L-:
No. 2130 JleCoy aiptiue and a house,
it Th.ry-llr.i and l' nil ntreet. (ieurge
1 Kii.tr sold yesterday to Harry I-lhr
far W. T. (larner lots 31 and 3fi, In MocK !),
Vitnderbiit plaue. for IWkl null. Hnventl
parties are I'.i-sotlsilnz for 'lie purehase
ut twftity-i-lx aerec southeast of Die eliy,
p .ir the lllue river, for the pilce of ttiJ
Tlte aetlvliy in reality Is aeeoiopanled by
a - orrerpond-nir aetlvitv in l.ulldlun. Khep
r4 is l-'auai. Hie arehlteets, liuiv seviirtid
the ontrji-t for the handwmui ret-ldwnee
(a t built by (leorse W. .looci on llm site
of th- old Mattiu hoinesiead. Thl linn
B'J- oil- of twelve i OIUpi lituli. TllB east
Of tin huDie will he .1i uOti.
Italldliig I'ermlls. ,
The fuilowlng bi.Ildlug utrmlU were !
- i. d b the IjuIIiIIiib tomuilMlonsr yesier-
Hoot. W. l, l-ounnUi aud llroadway,
brick residence, in coi lld.fin'J.
I,--m:i- W. J . lire wing Company. 317 nd
1)9 K.iiiNl'v.entieth stiett, brewing depot,
10 'OS I Jim.
S imc aitv loia.loii, Iwi ii to ost SI,-
Dur'-ii ! w- k e. li'.B S'i i Mu .
(leyrn pertni' ww i-ued. in. l.uil-i,ii;-end
ImnruveniT. . agsc-gaMns u (otai -l
NICOLL, THE TAILOR
Corner Ninth, and. Main Streets.
DKATII )l' Mll. I!. ItWOdl).
It l'n Canted b, the 3IUtahe of a Clerk
In Cniiipoiinilliig a I'rr xerlptlon.
A disimti-h leeeived from Ualtlmore yes
tetday told of the .id death or .Mr. Mar
tha tilaven-i llarwood. tonnetlv of tills
eity, as the result of a drujr clerk's mis
take in compounding a prescription. Mrs.
ilarwood v.is III.- wife of Charles M. llar
wood, managing editor of the Ilaltltnoit-
News, formerly of t h s cltw and dauc iter
of Mr. J. W. I.. Klavens. of this city. An
infant son, born on Tuesday, survives the
The Immediate cause of .Mrs. Ilarwood's
death tvus convulsions that resulted from
u fntul Ingredient put Into .1 prescription by
mistake. The mistake was discovered by
the druggist shortly utter the medicine
was taken and a niessenirer was sent nost
haste to the Hurwood home. In Itolaud
park, but It was too late.
At the death bed of Mrs. Hanvood were
her husband, her mother. Mrs. .1. V. T..
Slavens. and her brother. .Mr. II. C. Slav
ens, and his wife. Mr. ,1. W. L. Slavens
started for llultimore on l-'rldny and at
t. i.oius received tne news or ins daugh
ter's death. He returned to this city. .Mrs.
Ilarwood's bodv will be bl-ollirht to Kansas
city lor initial, and the funeral services will
ue rrom the residence or ner parents m
Westport. The funeral arrangement wilt
be announced on .Monday morning.
Mrs. llarwood had passed the greater
part of her life in Knn"as city. It was
here that she was married. In May, ISM.
Mr llarwood also lived in this city for
several years, and was engaged In news
paper work until about three years ago,
when he removed to llultimore and be
came associated with the News, of that
lbe Null' t)i'i.irlineiu In the lire llhr At-
trm-M Cr-lMd-- of Ladles.
Since the om
t tin- new Tire Hlvo
' Main street, some
- able management
. i stabllshmeni has
. ..g in popularity and
iil.r to comnlcte the
dry goods stun1, '
months ago, in.
of Mr. I,. J S. I.,
been constantly gi
business, and in
various lines, half of the second floor was
set apart for millinery. l.al Thursday,
I-'riday and Saturday were the opening
days and Judging Irom the crowds and
the pleasant smiles on the ladles' faces
the new departure Is a complete success.
Mrs. Jennie Carson, very well ami favor
ably known In this city as one of the most
artistic experts on ladles' headivear, was
In rhnrge and received in person. The
klore is one of the handsomest in the West
In point of liftings, light and au essiblllty,
and the showing of the latest I'arls nnd
Kastern hats and hontuts with the rnp
Iihjs and niches at ilowers was simply a
labyrinth of loveliness und beauty. The
north wall was a bank of flowers and the
arches were wreathed with dowers of all
the varloii uliades ami color.-.. The dis
play conslntecl principally of tho exquisite
Napoleon hats, Hutch bontuts and the
Illthi mid airy ehllfunx, with all the now
tjles uf Dusdius and gauges In the latest
Imported shapes In huts and bonnets. Mr.
rk-hiff deserve iniuh credit for his enter
tii ise. and whtih Is no doubt appreciated
by tl.o lailn-g of Kansas City,
Clir.t'lv 1'lllt MHMi.iiiMi,
H.iud'-d Hi Held Unit. ! the .Manager of
i Hi" ludi'iiiuiiy i:xcli.iuge,
p.'i'1.'n,r..,n "'Juninent of the entire los-s
ou Held Uros.' wuriliuu.e -n," Mr. Will
iam llllttm-un. n.anager fur the indt-m-ulty
exchange, whl. h has Its. headftiarters
In this eity banded to Held Iiros. yester.
day u, cheek fer jnsi wm, in part pa ment
of the Ion sustained by the Indemnity 1-lx-chatiKo.
,JThe remainder, between J130,fi and JJOO,.
(, ill l paid after the adjustment of the
loss. The policy wat for JSOT.Mti uud was
the largest policy ever issued in this or
any other cuuntry. The toss sustained Is
the greatest ever paid by any one coinpany
on any one ilak.
, 3Ir. Iloiiuil.' .Millinery llpeiilng.
The friends of Mr. (i. i. Hounds, who for
IfUeii years cunducted a millinery estab
lishmeiii in this utj, were pleased and
aun'eabh surprised to tee the eruwds uf
ladles who Ki.i-l.d him at the opening uf
his new tre, 1011 Walnut street, last l-'rl-da
and J,iiiiiday The stole Is new and
ino.t bialmrully decorated and the display
gf inma huts and bonnets was uf the
latest aud most elegant styles of liupniled
and dome.ii- Jr. Ituuiid. was furiuiinte
in seeuring .aUsladlts popularu knonn Hi
V "-7- .o ..lainii an wie ludy In
ehaige, ably assisted by Miss canny
Uhafei, Mis. .eaUi. Mis. J."air. Mis. (111.
raer and MU siliiipsun. '
Hid .Miller files Hi. Il.,i,,,
Typeka. Kas., Mui.h 3o. -isipe, ,al i ol
AlilUr settlwl the iiiestlun uf 'whether Til'
Intended to accept a pos'tlon uiajii the
state board of charities ij-day bv illlnir l is
olHelal bond 111 the sum $. tl" k'i' ,.
boivl wan I'l'lorscd b l-:. c Hlndair for
Sl.nu; Joseph I. Huiniison. U,W: w
Korucrook. Il,w'i I'hurle. i: liroun. .)
James 1). Williamson and C'wua Lelind
.1 r. '
Liquors for linnMs.
bhlrped dally In secure packages by
OiSOKHK UVBSELL. OrugeUt,
OuD0;lm wjitint ruoxu. Usloo aeoat.
im:aiv to suuitr.Nuiiit.
rt-ltecorder Owsley .ends Word to Mar
No arrests were made yesterday as a re
sult of the Indictments returned by the
grand Jury on Friday afternoon, for the
reason that Judge Wofford was nt Inde
pendence closing up the March term of the
criminal court there. Marshal Stewart
stated that no attempt would be made to
arrest any of the Indicted parties before
Further reports yesterday confirmed the
fact stated in the Journal yesterday morn
ing, that ex-Iteeorder Chat lea S. Owsley
had been Indicted on two counts for per
mitting traiidiilent registration in 1S'.3 and
1VJI. II. IS. Uristoiv, one of the deputies in
Owsley's olllce, is also indicted, atid It is
said on the same charge. While Mr. Ows
ley cays he has not y. I any otllcfo") knowl
edge of the fact ot hi- indictment, he yes
terday sent word to Marshal Htewart that
he was ready to come in nnd (surrender
whenevei his presence in court is necessary-
To-morrow Mi. Owsley will" come
into court and pit ad to the indictments,
nnd nt the Same time mole of the Indict
ed will be brought In. outside of Owsley
und lirlstow It is ai I that the indictments
are against meie tools of the gang.
Mitli War it llallots Considered Legally in
The ballots cast In the Sixth ward at last
spring's election .no nuiv "in court." They
were "brought into court" In a legal sense
yesterday by Judge Slover. upon applica
tion of Atturney Iturnett, acting for the
plalntllf In the llan ater-ltegan election
contest for the seat In the lower house of
the city council. The platntltf llled a pe
tition setting forth that under the law the
ballots now in the keeping of the recorder
of voters would have to be destioyed after
next Wednesday, unless tney were pre
served under the order of the court, and
that, as the plaintiff needed to have thu
evidence from the ballots In Ills contest, he
asked thai the cuurl urd.-r them preserved,
and also Issue an order directing the te
cot'der of oters to allow tho ballots to bo
examined. The petition also asked that J.
A. 1'iirthrle be appointed a commissioner
to take the evidence ol the recorder of
Vuters and others.
Circuit C'nllrt Hoeord.
Division No. i Slover, Judge
1S7I7. 13. 1). Hrrtwn vs. , H. Wood: ap
plication for change of icnuo sustained and
cause sent to Clay county.
21HW. Marvin 1-'. Smith vs. If. M. Stone
street: election contest; motion tor ad
ditional bond for costs. J. W. Kldwell.
surety, having withdrawn with leave of
197i. Chailes Semerker vs. George
Miiehllim-hi answer llled.
;uls5. F. W. ll.ircafer vs Mai tin Itegan;
motion by plaintiff for order to Inspect bal.
UK:', Dixon National bank vs. J, X).
li.isklns and Western Lumber Company;
inottuii by Western Lumber Company for
17S:'ii. Assignment of Kansas Cltv Safe
Deposit und Savings bank, II, M, Holden,
assignee; proof of publication und term re
port approved; motion for order of rale
1WI1. Hlchaid Murray vs. Metropolitan
Stleet Hallway Coinpun : damages; bin of
TSlsi. Application for decree of Ituorpora
Hon by the Loyal Brothers; application for
decree icfeired tu Flunk F. Hriimback.
ia70. WesttKirt VS. H H. llule- inn.
demiiultou: proof of publication; V. It. '
Heiiuird, li. S. Long and L, A. (loodmaii
appointed LOiumUsloners. I
Onler for sixty Jurors, returnable April 8,
at !i:U0 a. in.
Ml'j. 11. li. Henderson et al vs. Con
neetlcut Mutual Life insuranee Company;
foreclosure; motion for new trial by plain.
H'7n. C. J. Judd vs. Fred A. Stocks et ul,
appellaulH; motion to dismiss sustained.
17278. .Mary A. Hoffman vs. 13. li. Alt
man et ul; damages; motion to dismiss
SUM, John A. Hrldgeford vs. F. (I. Tres.
trull et al;, note; motion ny plaintiff fur
new trial withdrawn.
Sfjtt. (Iradlng of Tweiity-nlntli .treel.
from liellevlew; avenue to Silliilult
stieet: Jury uiipoliited to view piopeily and
report April S. us lullows. C, II 'i'eniioek,
WlllLim II. chapimiii W. II. Secgur, I'. J.
HeiiiV Lee fuller and J. H. Harrison.
WllliilleU' I 'in III tin- Itiiiid,
AlJeriuaii J. W, Kldwell yeslenlay ap
peared before Judge Slover. in ihe circuit
court, and asked the cuutt to allow him tu
wilhdiaw trom the bond lor coats ot -Marvin
F .Smith In Hie election contest of
Smith uiiulnsi llemy M. Sionestreet. The
court granted tin application, and straight,
way Attorney Walsh, i.iunsel for the con
(catee, diew from his pocket a motion to
require, the coiiteslunl fu give a new bond
and llled It with the i aurt.
Forest IHII Is the new modern lawn
cemetery, 32o acies. Fund for perpetuul
maintenance. Finest receiving vuult In
the West, with eighty catacombs. All
persons are solicited to use II In told or
ktouuy weather or when Interments are
delayed. For tree transportation on Sun
day afternoon and all infoi mutton, see
Oeoi-ne Law, se-retary. Idj New York Lift
building. Telcohjue 1774.
CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY,
why you should: "Wo
order $15 to $50 that
fitting perfect made garments
iioicsKTiucr nv iiiorisiox.
.lohn llurgstrasber Itettirned tn Kanai
City for Trial.
John Durgstrasher, v.j.s brought to Kan
sas City from Olathe, Kas.. In the custody
of ollicers, yesterday, on ,i charge of steal
ing a horse and bugg belonging to lir.
Samuel Ayres. from th- corn--r of ICleventh
and Main stiei-ts, last Thnrsdav. Huigs
trasher was in rested in Olathe Friday and
Dr. Ayres' horse and buggy were brought
back to this city on the same date.
Hurtrstrasher Is tuiv awaiting trial on a
charge ot stealing ,i horse and wagon from
btOreetsU'",,0, ' Tv',"l-fourt" UU W;ilm,t ,
He was arrested fur that offense on March
X and arraigned before Justice Willirow,
who set tils preliminary hearing for yes-
terdny. llurg-trashcr gave bond and It is
alleged that he was no sooner released
than he began to look about for nnothrr
opportunlty to make away with a horse
and buggy. He look Dr. Ayres' rig fi-om
the corner ol llbwrith and Main streets
iTir! mnli It tn lllillie lehera be wnl.l Ir
and took It to Olallie, wlieie lie sold It.
ik 1VII lil''ll. I
1,"-,' in i ir
xcursliiii to Teim. 1
On Anrll M the flre-if Rnrk- Tsl-iml lMnln '
V." AP nF ''"VF I'OCh. ISianil UOUte
Texas pveent rr I'iio nt !i. nf nn 1'inirf an that was pro in sen in the way
Lt-.as, laiijii l.1 i asu, ,ii riue ai one ,., ,.niir., 'i-i.,, n,-,,,,.,! kiir,,,.,i .i.i,. ,.u,,.ii
llrst elnss t.irn hImm 'Clil..iu will In. ul lelll'l. 1 lie CIOWU bUOWCU tllCIl leaill-
1 "llea"o twent'days-fro , Cda e of" iafe" "D.'.mJo.m.ntWJ.,n.. "ihS In-io'eTr"'';
and will be cood for stonover In either couiageinent and got the price of May
direction south 01 cahlwel , I ll"'v" to ''"'l0 '" ,he '"rse ot " 'l01""s
' a H "i.iFI'FT O S V P A trading, tho opening transactions having
JOHN FUDASTIAN 6 't 'and !' K , been at MTse. Dry weather ngain asserted
..Liiiiaii.i.x. i. i. anu 1. a. ts.-if. --nd cuused a. i end on to BriMi.Vio.
Mnklng I und Inspected. lteceljts at .Minneapolis and Dulutli were
The finance committee of the lower house -"' -ns, comiaied with 1!I0 a year ago and
of the council overhauled the books of -SI c.iib on riaturday a week ugo. llrud
City Treasuier flu en yesterday, with spe- fctre. I'm gave the shlpnients of wheat and
clni lefereni-e to the condition of the sink- Hour tor the week from both coasts at
ing fund. I'nder the law of ihe cltv it is -'.Ki.im bushels, ot which "21,000 bushels
the duty of the committee to make nu ,weu- Horn the I'm lllc side,
examination before the c'.T-e uf the lineal I 'I,u' 'angi or Hie iluctuatlons Is tho only
year und report its lindlugs tu the conn- point that Is r any Interest to to-day's
rll. As the ilscal year ends bj the middle trade in the coin pit. The testing price tor
ot April. It wits necessary to conduct tne "' coni to-day was -KrV. It sold us high
examination so that the report could be H W'ic l""1 lls low an ICic, The trado
made at the meeting to-morrow night. The wis said to have been tlio lightest for any
law requires also that the ti usurer shall on., day this week, lteec-lpls wx-ro 315 cms,
not be advised when the exam. nation is lo "l"1 thnJ- w.M' tho iitreiigth In oats, gave
be made th" maikct Its steadiness.
The committee met In tho eitv clerk's of.
lice yesterday udernoon and Immediately
went to the treasurer's oltlco ami demand
ed the books. The remalndei of the day
was eonsuined In the examination The
Aliitud .NiiUaiiic.. i
Chief of 1'ollce Spurs placi t a notice
'on the leportcrs' desk at the Central no.
! lice station lesterdav lo the effect that
. policemen had served 2,170 nutlies to abate
iiulnin.es during the month of .Match and
that S.50I of these notices had been com.
, piled with. The notices call, d for the
cleaning away of rubbish and lefu.u fi om I
liremls'es and alleys In the rear of preni- '
i Ises. In No. 2 police preeln. t, t was I
Hated, 115 notices to abate nuisances went
, i-erved, nnd all of the notices were com-
1 -is Z'l in k thai to-iliv iJ t
cud to as. -r in i -sieiVl-v f
i h-d to asi.rtain .-steiday.
... ; , ,,
I'lne Murk or the Hang,
1 Recorder Arnold finished recounting tho
ballots In the Sixty-third precinct yester-
day evening li the Sloan-Keshlcir contest.
He will to-morrow begin recounting thu
ballots cast In the Twcntv-llrst precinct
and will continue until the Flfty-thlril pie,
elm t Is reached. The recount m this cuso
will then be llnlshed.
The recount yesterday shows more of
the line work dune by the gang's expeits
after thev werii taken to the recorder of
voters. Keshlear gained 15 and Sloan lost
Iti voles, a total gain In the precinct of 31
Inspector Mil tun la the (ily.
other plans havJ been suggested, ami ihe
owners of the nreSent rmni-ters have .iirr...i
e iieens. r.ei-,.rni
arll'-iVorrTueSat-','S,,Uel0'S W,U "'
warn a Hport uiesday
. ,, ",, '., ,,
A itoollng oiiipany Iteiiim.-..
About Apill kih the Kansas City Melal
Hooting and Couugatlng Company, nowlo-
c.ll.i.1 111 III.. lEllil.lu .- ntnl TruLiru' n--
I change, will euniplete their removal to lit!
Delavvure tl Mr. Jerome Twltchell. the
presldi-iu and manager of the company,
has contemplated a change of quarter for
toe time, 'Him Dim Is well known iu this
city and vicinity, having been established
here since ls.
Willi their new facilities they will be
better nrejared to handle their largely in.
creased business. i
committee lotimi mat tne lintnts inunuiit.
lug to 3221.')") were nil Intiict an 1 thit tho l"llr'l were tnklng tho edges olT their May
cash tvu Tulsa In Tgoui oiler i .1 ic.- ui7i d !,!lll!S- theieby musing great stieiigth 111
for." Tht amount u,' cash' hi'eon n ce ! ti!r," ,l!'v"''weatl'!er co n't&l.o" "keen"
bonds lnU,het,;,,,,d''aro fflu", X&a IS,, -' " !" V i".1r l." I
fMi falls i n in ii' t-iVi i. iw. Mniili '''""eil at )',iiSuV bid. July ranged from
"'.!..". '".II.. ?.:?'! .:'""' ' t-H1,'l SM.O'Ji) .),. u .jit,. .losing ut 20.ffLV.u.
,0;-t0,Coec,!!-,,;r!lrrr,Vee.'i'"1,, Y'ciVy" , P '"- ' "' lJ3S a0SvA?r0rS?,,colt
posed litlmis iu r mat foil Th' - nieiw J "" "'l early 111 the following September
ease idll exiilri lid ! ami" liialniuch us the task of mani.utallng the great mass
the 'lease i i iu be made ror ilvi varii V 2 "' "! " ?'' thm Into chape to
doubtful f hi i resent ucconunodAt oi s handle us assets ratliei- thun Incumbrances.
H 1.uVu,...,.l.im).l".?9;,lJ Ul' oillno atlons ,.., , k . , ecessar iv lu nrouresu slow.
Hill lie aLiiiiL'it-ML lur ill
MARCH 31, 18951
them by Easter "i2;f
have the largest choice of new low tariff 1895 Woolens in
formerly would have cost $20 to $60. We are making Pants
from up-to-date, choice new fabrics).
FLUCTUATIONS IN WHEAT.
THATflltAIN U.NSTKAIIV, INIT.UKNCHII
iiv iihy w'HATHiiu iti:rmiTS.
The Cereal Closed 1-Hc Lower for May
Corn Adiaurrd u Traction, Oats
Gained 1-c aud Provisions
Closed nt Ailuinccs.
Chicago. March W.-Whent bobbed up and
down to-day, Inlliieiiced alternately by dry
weather and predictions of tain, and closed
i t. jow(.,., corn gained He oata Uc, and
,m.t 0na,i , ,i...a
I"olslons closed at aiUnin.es.
Wheat hung In the balance for a few mln-
utes at tho opening butv, cell ruin and no
,a. The weather reports mentioned n
sd,ii.m.,.. f ,..,i i k,!., ,,,,; iir,n of
spi Hlhllllg Ot llllll ill bCtllercd SCCllOnn Ol
Kansas and Nebraska, but generally thero
o0 II" SCllL'l IU UtIJ UIU1IU1, 1 III JUlfUilBl
.. !,,. .,,, .1,1,1- r i,.. ,1., .. inwi i., u..-
u hi., iviiniiii'iii ui uii un; tiii'i iiiiu nun-
day was also unfavorable for the prospect
"I any cessation of tile general dryness
UI '"" "iiuonpiieie, ngiii anoweis or snows
ln .ome frlnees nf I he winter wheal, urea
n rol nt (tin t -lnn t ItnNi wuru uolliti-sj n t .'..1.i
M'sieruay s nuvnnce aim autivity ill oats
was kept up, only more nervousness was
noticeable on Ihe part of shorts, und bubl
matt wus much heavier. Carrlngton-IIan-null
and Armour led tho buying, with the
local shorts doing their (.hare. Hlevator
The ifct'lntK of hok'S at the vatils ntim-
l.i.ilnr nnli ft I'M 111 Itiutpml nf 1 (tfl nu li;id
been estlinated. settled the. course of the
piovlslou market. It opened up 7'ic for
poik nnd lard, and Jiie for libs, and at
'bo close hail made a slight further gain,
lb" established chango at tint end belli;
W t P0Il! "-'' ';'r,li l'' 'i" 1" il1". ll,,p'
ll'l.Oi" bogs am estimated as next week's
..,.,..,, ,.v ..... .
iu iiii.mi ii. M. I.
Assignee. Ilnldeii Has (iiiml News for I'll-
Assignee II. M. Holden. of the Kanras
fity Safe Deposit and Savings bunk, has
m I-, clo-ed the deal for tho sale of real
estate, whlrh lias for some time stood he.
tween tho deimsltora nnd a dividend. The
0,,iL.,. 0f cnnrt for tho consummation of
sale was for nlnety.llvo lots In Mellier
pla-e, for S2'),k'7r.2, and was made by Judge
Slover yesteiday. and Assignee Holden was
authorized to announce the payment of thu
lirst dividend ou or after May 1, l&tt. As.
slguce Holden tald yesterday that tha ex.
act percentage of the dividend had not
been determined mon und would not be
until nearly time to commence p.t)lng, as
II would be determined according to the
amount of funds on hand, but that It would
not be less than 5 per cent. There are
soiiuthlng over Sl.fKO.OOU In outstanding np-
piovei) claims und there will probably be
between 7a,i00 ami (Vi.OoO to be paid out.
Assignee Holden Mated yesterday that hu
.-" -.-..-..--- r;- -. .. . .-- --- --
"j'ltxeVi.ald so' that thi alate liol-J
'"'d taxes nam so i not inu real estate nom.
K doi'e' uf, fhJ-BS0 S ?lS"pAK
rvtH of wUuB ,, tnu ufra of tho bank
will be more appreciable lu future.
Judge Slover 'yesterday approval the
t. rm lepurt of Assignee Holden, llled last
" ' Wlm-liell's New 1'usltlou.
According to an Associated I'ress dls.
patch from Denvir, II. L. Wlnchcll. as.
slstunt general passenger agent of the Kan.
sas City. Fort Scott & Memphis railway,
has been appointed general passenger
agent of the I'nlou I'acitie. Denver Gulf
railroad, to tucceed Frank II. Semple, Te.
signed Mr Wluchell Is In Denver. He
will return to Kansas City to-morrow.
A RUNAWAY TROLLEY CAR.
It Dashes Down an Incline Willi Frightful
Speed Three Killed Outright and
Jeansvllle, I'a., March SO, Three persons
were instantly killed, two fatally Injured
and ten others tJIghtly hurt on the Le
high Traction Company's road by Jumping
from a runaway trolley car on tho moun
tain near here. The dead are:
Mrs. Watkin- Williams, of Hazelton.
-Mrs. John 13. I3.irley, of Heaver Meadow,
and her S-year-old son.
Thu fatallj Injured are: Mrs. James
Kv.-m, of Coleraln.
-Mrs. John Weir, ot Heaver Meadow.
There were seriously wounded: Watkin
L. Williams, husband of the woman who
Maggie Ilerrlty, of Heaver Meadow.
Three children ot Mis. l-3vaus.
Hannah Somen, ot Heaver Meadow.
Morris Hughes, ot Wllkeabarre.
All of the other persons who sustained
Injuries were able to walk home.
The accident wus the worst In the his
tory of the trolley roads In this vicinity,
and was due ln part to a panic among the
passengers, who crowded about the con
ductor and grlpman of the unmanageable
car. Tho disaster occurred on car No. 20.
As It passed onto ihe grade leading down
the mountain Urlpmun Seltz applied the
barke, but the chain snapped, lie then
threw the safety lever. To his horror this
refused to work und the terrified motor
man sprang to the reverse brake, hoping
to control the car by the current. The
actions of tho man and the speed
of the car had by this time alarmed
the passengers. Falling to control tho car,
Seltz shouted to Conductor Socks to npply
the renr brake. His shouts caused a panic
and the passengers made a rush for the
Platform. The car was going down the
mountain at a mile a minute. Conductor
Socks appealed to the passengers to go
back to he might apply the brake, but was
not heeded. David liackman, of llazlcton,
and two other men endeaTbred to keep the
women from throwing themselves from the
car onto tho rooks, but couldn't. Mrs. Wll
Hams was the llrst to Jump. Her body
struck a post, breaking her back, and cans
ing Instant death. Mrs.Harly next flung her
self olt and was dashed to death. She
tried to save her boy, but lie shared the
same fate. Thu remaining- passengers,
with one exception, then jumped. Mrs.
llvuns was the only person to remain In
the car with the exception of thu motor
man and conductor. The car kept the
track until the crossing at the foot of the
Incline was reached. Here It jumped the
track nnd crashed Into a telecranh nolo.
The front of the car was stove In and a
Ideco of board penetrated Mrs. Hvans' side.
The screams of the Irantlc passengers as
the car rushed down the mountain could
be heard half a mile. The residents of
this placo hastened to th scene of the
accident and did all they could to relieve
Had the passengers remained In the car
the accident could have been averted, as
thu rear brake would havo held tho car
and prevented the runaway. There are
six attachments ou each car provided for
such an emergency, but tho conductor wai
wedged so tightly against the dasher by
tho panic stricken women' that he was un
able to move his aim tilt the car had got.
ten beyond control. The motorman und
conductor were but slightly Injured.
"Highest Honors at
"Indorsed by all lead
"I'opulir i'l inn of
W. W, Kimball Go,
W, II. Itoberl.. Jtgr.
014 WALNUT ST.
WANTKD Agents JM to 130 per day
-asllv made in unv locality. We furnish u
line of samples free and allow 0 per cent
commission for belling, particulars free,
or we will mall a sample of our goods in
terllt3 silver upon receipt ot teu cents lu
stamp. Standard Silverware Co.. Boston,
PARISH CLOAK CO
1108-mo flain Street.
For Saturday a Great Sale
Capes, all wool, with satin ruchlnes
Hroadcloth Cnpes, all wool, outside Is
perforated ln n neat design to show
New Velvet Capes, satin lined, aatln
New Skirts In excellent values, made
very wide with organ pleats, all lined
and stiffened with haircloth, easily
Silk "Waists, full sleeves, boned and
New Houso Wrappers of fancy per
cales, made very full, largo sleeve, ruffW
Parisian Cloak Co.,
11QIM110 MAIN STREET.
Treat til rui t
:o mtv Eir EBincr.
I. W. Car. tk JUIa mi
-auiti, city, ilv.