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V0LTMT3 XXXVJT, NO. 20T.
KANSAS OITY, AP1UL , 1895.
JMUOK TWO CENTS.
I fltw5 ' 'itm' mmhn
; vg c y n
THREE COLUHNSof FACTS
The buyers are the
ones we want to bene
fit. Wo arc in a position
to do it.
Wo make Clothing
for nil uses and pur
poses. For Men, Boys and
The Working man,
the Business man and
the Professional man
will each find clothing
adapted to his vari
Every buyer has a
guarantee of value.
Uvcry man is dealt
with alike we have
only one price.
Wc refund money if
goods do not suit
Browning, King & Co,,
Do yoli know us?
Browning, King &
Co. Wc make and sell
clothing have been in
tho business 25 years.
Wo probably make
and retail more clothing
than any firm in the
Wc have 15 stores in
15 citie?. Our Kansas
City store is on the cor
ner of Main and Elev
enth sts. It is the
handsomest store in the
Tho first floor is Men's
Clothing and Furnish
ings. The second floor, the
Boys' and Children's
Tho third floor, Over
Uniforms and Dress
Browning, King & Co,,
main- rimi i:m:vi:nth sts. (.main-i-hi Ki.r,vi:NrnsTS.
TIE-HE OOrL3STE3I? STORE,
KANSAS 1IOAKI) OP IlllAl.TH.
Three, Mouther of Hint llmljr Appointed by
Topeku, Kit"., April I. (Spccl.il. Gov
01 nor Morrill to-day appointed ttuec mem
bers ot tlio state boatd of licaltli. Tliey nie
Dr. C. I). Clatlc, of Ottawa county, who
succeeds Dr. Wilson; Dr. 13. 31. Hoover, of
ltiirvey, and Dr. .1. I. II. rkes, of Staf
ford county, to miccced Dr. (JIlTord.
The Dr. Dykes appointed to-d.iy Is a
brother of the Dr. Dykes, the Populist,
who has Just retired fiom the .secrctniyshlp
of the hoard, but he Is u stalwart Ileptlb
Just to Keep the
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY.
Eggs, tier dozen lGc
Dressed Chickens, per lb 9c
Colorado Potatoes, per lu C5c
Fne Bushels $3:00
Largo Navel Oranges, -2 doz 2ac
Good Oranges, I doz -r 10c
Small Oranges, 'A doz 25c
Oranzes, per hov $1.50
Frcsii Lettuce, per peck 20c
New Onions, C lunches - . 5c
Laigc Rhubarb, 3 lunches 10c
Radishes, New Peas,
Spinach. We've got 'em
all, and cheaper than
are still in force.
A. N. CHURCH & CO.,
ISMS linil 1931 31 A IX.
Having moved my stock of
Jewelry to the above num
ber, will be pleased to have
all our friends and patrons
cull upon us there.
J. E. GLEASON,
Formerly of 1U0G Main St.
A Suit for Easter
With an llASTl'.itN cut and ttjle. We
.are a NKW firm, cany NKW goods se
lected by a tiiijcr of unusually good tastu
and Judgment. Our workmanship Is of thu
highest order. A perfect lit guaranteed.
VVu want jour tiadu. Our location Is
central and Mill Just olt of the lino of high
rates, Do you tee thu point';
83 Writ HMIi fct'i foriur llultlinore Ate.
LAST MONTH FOB OYSTERS,
Eat Fish and Oysters at our
Cafe and then you will be eat
ing xnem iresn.
fish & Oyster GO,
IOIIN LLUAtf TAINTS.
1 eleplione 11)1)1).
F. M. DeBORD,
w5SBttSi&.6 WflUU PAPER,
Ptlnts, Class and Room Moulding.
The Browning, King
& Co. Clothing stands
first in the estimation
of all people.
It has no equal in
Beauty, Fashion or
It is merchant tailor
made clothing, sold at
ready made prices.
Our Boys' and Chil
dren's Wear Is as fine
ly tailored and trim
med as the Men's.
now is full of cur own
exclusive spring makes
We are clothing Men
and Boys handsomely
at very low prices.
Browning, King & Co,,
main mill i:i.i;m:ntii vrs.
CHARLEY MANSUR DYING.
Tlio .Missouri Htiitcsiiiiiti lti, Only tt Few
.tlorv Hours for This Wnrlet
itiul It Vanities.
AVashliiRtoii, April I. (Special.) Ac
cording to medical advices', It Is only a
question of a few hours when Colonel
Mnnsur, deputy comptroller ot the cur
rency, will die. The colonel was taken
111 a few days ago, hut It was not
thought that his condition was serious
Colonel Manstir Is suffering from heart
trouble, augmented with Wright's dis
ease. He has been unconscious since
early lu the morning, and Ills physicians
have dissuaded the family front hoping
for recoveiy. "tt. II. Mnnsur, tho s.on,
who Is engaged In mercantile business
at Colfeyvllle, was wired early this
morning and advised of the alarming
Illness of his father and Is en route to
the bedside. Other relatives at Chllll
cothe, Mo., have been apprised of the
critical Illness of Mr. Mansur. Many of
the MissQiirlans In the city called to
day to make Inquiry, and among others
were Itepteseiilntlvo Taisney and ex
Ilepresentativo Heard. They spent some
houis In the vicinity of tho sick room.
HAI'TIST V. V. U. COXVIIXTIOX.
Members From I'ustc-rn Kanui-t
Meeting at I.ttvvri-iico.
Lawrence, Kus., April 4 (Special.) The
convention of the Iiaptlst Young People's
I'nlons of the Kansas Illver, Missouri
Illver and Miami districts, compilslng the
whole of llastern Kansas, nut In this
city this afternoon. The ress'loii tas not
called to older till I o'clock, when II. I
Hall, thu Lam once Y. M. C. A. secretin y,
held brief servicer. The only address at
the afternoon session was one by W. 1..
Trumbull, or Topeka, on "i:iiilpment for
Personal Work." The iiIkIii session was
vcr largely attended, and after the lot
mal opening an nddiess of We-lcoine was
delivered by I'rofessoi A. S. Olln, of L.iw
leliee, and n-spnnded lo by J. V. N'orvell,
of Ol.ithe The pilnulpal uddiess of the
evening was ilellveted hv Itev.K. I. Wilkin",
of C'hleago, secretin y ot tho Uantlst Young
I'eople's I'nlon of America. The conven
tion will be lu session two dajs.
Tlio Mute II, Mini I.iirllrs tlio I Iriet Mv 111
Topeka, Kim., Apill I (Special ) The
state board of It ligation held a meeting to.
day and made llnal decision upon wlieui
the Hist sU stations titu to bo local, d.
Speaker Lobdell wus liel'oio tho board und
eiii1,'ituieil to get one of the, stations lor
I.auo county, but failed. A like fate met
the elfoits of lEepic3eutut!o Oleiin, of
Tho expei Inient stations are now located
one inch hi I In milt on. (liaut. Cray, Shct
uian, I.ogan and Wlehltii I'ouutles
Olio mole Matlou Is to be located In
Xoithwestfin Kansas, at sonio imliit In in.
selected by Seciet.uy Tomblln, of tho li li
Tort Kcott, Was , April l.-(ripecl,il 1 The
histolllco and general store of llobut
Walls, at Itlchaiils, .Mo., a few miles east
of bete, was buiglarlzed some time last
night. The sale was blown open, but the
thlees only M-eund J and a few stamps.
But we want you to exam
ine ourCarpets before buy
injj. You want the best
quality at the lowest price,
and that is what we offer
Try our Solar Polish and
make your furniture as
n good as new.
1216 to 1224 MAIN tT, H
THERE'S A KNACK
Our customers tell ua we have the knack of making stylish suits at
surprisingly low prices. The knack of selling the choicest styles, best
values in woolens 1S95 styles to select from'.
And so wc have, but it's a knack that has cost us years of experi
ence, study and hard work.
It's is at your service.
SHE FEARS NOT WAR.
l'ATKIOTIC HIM I'KMINATtO.V OP TtlK
MTTI.K ItfU'UIII.IU Of YKNI'ZIIKI.A.
WILL FIGHT GREAT BRITAIN,
a yoKvnox of iioxor moick
THAX OI' Ti:l(HITORY.
SHE IS BRAVE AND RESOLUTE.
IF KMIUXn I1KKCSESTO ARH1TKATK,
1VII.1. ASSUKT JtKillTS VI KT AKMIS.
Venfr,ipii I'ully l'ndcrtninl fSrent Itriliilu'A
.StriMistb us a Military I'nuer, lint Hit
I'enpln Would Hut her Ila Amiiiil-
latrii Tlinn l'a Under Control
of a 1'orrlgu l'oirer.
Washington, April (.It Is stnted ly
persons in a position to speak with au
thority that as soon s Venezuela Is
convinced that -Great Britain has finally
decided not to nrhltratc or settle tho
boundary dlsputo as suggested hy the
United States through Ambassador
li.iyard, the Southern republic will re
gretfully but resolutely resort to what
she regai ds as her only rocoutse, a re
sort to fotce. Venezuela fully recog
nizes the great military strength of
Groat lit Haiti, hut It Is declared that her
people are ready to see their homes nntl
their cities desolated and laid in ashes
rather tlinn submit to what they regard
as national dishonor. It is said that the
contention with Grmt Hiitaln Is not so
much one ot teiritory as of the senti
ment and honor Involved. So firmly Int
ptossed have tho people become with
this that opinion Is expressed that they
would lather see their country go out of
eMsteuee than pnss Into the practical
control of a foielgn power.
I.lttle doubt is felt under the circum
stances that Venezuela will forcibly as
sert her lights to the disputed Orinoco
teiritory as .soon as i.ie.it ililtalu's re
jection of a settlement Is definitely com
municated. This teuilory extends about
J fil) miles along the coast, running
hack thlrly-Ilve miles to what Is known
as the Scltombetg line. Through tho
middle of tills stilp runs tlio Oiluoco
river, commanding the commerce of It
to the interior of South America. Great
llrltaln Is already well cutiencheil thete
with a naval station at thu mouth of tho
The Interest of the United States In
tho conti overfly has progiesseil steadily
In lecent days. It began with tlio friend
ly suggestion tluough Mr. Itayanl and
a icquest from congress that (lient
llrltaln submit tho matter to aihiti.i
t ion. The United States siiindron under
Admiral .Meade was accorded an ovation
at Venezuelan ports qulto iccently, and
steps weie taken to commemorate the
Momno doctilno by erecting a statue tu
l'u'sldent Monroe at the capital of Vene
zuela. Within recent dajs Venezuela
ban gi tinted laigo concessions of tho
Oiluoco country to citizens of the United
States, A Btioiig hope seems to bo en
tertained cm the )iut of thu Venezuelan
government th.it the United States will
not stand Idly by If a ieoit to force Is
made, It Is understood that the position
of fiieat Hiituln lu declining tho sug
gestlon of the United States for the set
tlement of the trouble with Venezuela Is
substantially as follows:
KIlM, Great llrltaln takes the position
that thu question of arbitration was
unco befoio proposed by A'enezuel.i. At
that tlmo thu foielgn otllco guve the sub
ject most careful comddeiatlon and sub
ml tied a icply embodying u pipposltiou
to arliltiato ceitalu ilellulte subjects of
coutioyersy. To this proposition Vene
zuela has never mado a reply cither ac
cepting or i ejecting the pioposed basis
of ntbittutiun. Under the clicumsttiuces
tt Is not desirable to pioceed to a sec
ond pioposul of urbltiatluu when thu
Hist remains unanswered.
Second, lu any event there are ceituln
poitlons of teiritory to which Venezuela
juya claim which under no circum
stances will be made tho subject of arbi
tration, pa they are recognized portions
of the Ilritlsh domain and ate nut there
foie subject of which ta judgment of
arbitrators could ba Invoked.
Third, the subject matter Is one be
tween Great HiltHlii and Venezueln, so
that the good otllces of the United States
ate not teguided as essentlul to a set
tlement, as tt Is not understood tint the
United States has ussumed a pi elector
ate over Venezuela, or has other ItiUreit
I ttyMi tftai. at jtrlcitjU: p.ower. .
There's a knack In
Knack is short
"know how." When n
man knows how to tlo a
thine people say "ho has
So But how did he get
SHERMAN OR MORRILL, WHICH?
(loMtp lii Coiitipctlnn Will, the Two Son.
utors mi to tho I'lnunce Chalr-
Washington. April 4. A report has re
cently been circulated from Washington
to the effect that when the reorgaiilzition
ot thu sen.itu shall bo made, as It Is gen
erally conceded thot Ituvlll be, by the Ite
publlcans ut the beginning of the next ses
sion of congress, .Senator .Morrill, who
stands at the head of the Itcpiibllcun tiicni
berslilp of the Ihuincu committee, will re
tit e, In order to allow Senator Sherman to
be made cli.ilimnu. This Mtitement Is with
out atitliorlz.itolu from Mr. .Morrill. It Is
understood that .Mr. Morrill h.is not git en
authority for the announcement, but his
closest frlendB say that he will expect to
be resjured to the iionltlon of clialiiii.in
which he held previous to the organization
pf the committee by the Democrats at the
beginning of the present congress. Sen
ator .Morrill's friends scout the Idea that
his age Is such ns to call for his retirement
from the head ot this committee. It is also
understood that the announcement of a
probability of a change did not originate
with Senator Sherman. Thete is little doubt
that If Senator Morrill should relinquish
the chairmanship, Mr. Sheinian would bo
his successor, but there Is no reason for
believing that hu would cm n then tmdtilv
press tne matter. lie is at the head of thu
itepubllcan membership on foreign rela
tions, which in certain contingencies, would
be a. more important committee than even
the committee on llnance, and stands next
to Mi. Morrill on the finance committee,
to that in tlio event of Mr. Morrill's l diri
ment from the llnance committee, Mr.Slu.r
m.ui would then be entitled to ills choice
between the two. Financial questions ate
his specialty, and It Is altogether probable
that If the opportunity to choose between
tha two were given, he would select the
committee affording .work most la accord
with his Inclinations.
While there is little doubt as to the
cii.iiiiiiansiiip oi cue committees, the prob
abilities are cry great that the llepuhlle
ous will h,ie no little dltllculty in choos
ing .'i successor on the committee to Sena
tor Mclhrson. The lining of this place
w 111 In all ptobablllty bo the tlrst contest
which will occur In the next congtess be
tween the silver men and the null-silver
men, nml the tight will be none the less
llerce because fought under cover.
The silver nun now have n m ijorlty of
one In the committee, live of the sl men
constituting this m.tjoilty being Democrats
The silver men are aNo In the inability
In the senate, but will be In the mlnoiity in
thu lleiiiihllcan caucus. Under onlluarv
circumstances the caucus would loutioland
in that event, and 1f left free to net un
tramineleil, theie Is no doubt nil nutl-sll-ver
nyiti would be selected for the dram v.
The silver J tt publicans have, howevei, a'l-
le.idv ulveu tiiilh e Hint Hie tit. ice tmisr he
Milled with a man from among their tanks
and say that In case of lalluie to nuke
this concession they will demand tecugnl
tlon and leave the matter with the Demo
crats, who would probable 1111 the ac.iti.
with a free sllvei man The mimes ino-t
prominently heard lu connection with the
vni.incv are those of Senator Oameion, of
Pennsylvania; Senator Woleott. ot t'oloi.i-
do, and Senatoi 1'I.ut. of Connecticut, the
tlrst two being favoiable to silver, and the
last opposed to it. Senator Woh ott's name
Is iiito mentioned in connection with one of
the vacancies In the committee on foieUn
lelntlons, and It Is considered piob.ible
that In view of Senator Cameron's long
service In the senate, and of his attitude
hi favor of a prole, live tarirt policy, as
well as of silver, .Mr. Woleott's trlends
mav airree to a coiniiiouilse which villi
give thu place on lotvlgn trillions to .Mr.
vvoicotc nit, i iniiv on nuance 10 .vir. c ant-
eron. It has been suggested that In order
to mike a place on tin committee fot .Mr.
1'lttt. the committee inembershln shall he
Incrensed fiom It to IS. This would penult
the aiiiMiltittiient of both a sllv T and an
antl-sllver advocate by the Itcpithllcans,
urn alto thu aniioliil'Uunt ol another Demo
crat on the committee, anil the changa may
it is recaueu mat mo coninutiee mis neon
incrensed from seven member to the pres.
xnt number In compirntlvely teceiit je.us,
hl'VTK (lAltl.N INsriK'l'OUAI'I'OINTr.lt.
Covernor Morrill Nilllies A. (', Merrill, of
Witlliugo, for the rime.
Topekn, Kns., Apt II I. (Special.) To-diy
Governor Moirlll appointed A. ". Metrltl,
of Wiiiuirii, to hu sttito gtalti In-qiector,
It has In en conceded for some weeks that
.Mr, Mutiitt would be tho lucky man.
A Deudlnik at 'InpeUii,
Topeka, Kits., Apill I (Special) The
statu board ot public woiks nut to-day mid
got Into a deadlock over the election of it
Mate incline, t, though thu boanl tefuses
to malcu puhllo the uimes or tie caud
dates otnl lor, After seven ballots the
board ileciueit upon a novel method of
breaking the deadlock. The executive
council will bo called In and allowed a votn
upon the. statu uicnueci. The election will
Hike place somu time next week
An attractive menu is
the best guarantee of
happiness in the home.
We make Silver Churn
Butterine so that it
comes on the table
fresh, fragrant and der
licious. It cannot turn
rancid. To insure ap
petizing viands buy
Silver Churn Butterine.
rmour Packing o.,
& "Ml lty Ui S, A
MET BY VETERANS.
Ot'M'.IIAT. liOIIIION HI'AltTII.Y
COM l;ll TO KANSAS CI IV.
MOVED BY HONORS SHOWN HIM
him siiour ntir n;i:t,iN(i .uimti'ss- to
coMitAOi.s or niirii AitMir.H.
COMPANY A IN FULL UNIFORM,
:nt tu. i i,i:.Di:it,
Iiorteil In the ('nrrlige by .Major William
Warner unit Cnliinel ilohn It. Mime
ICrcepllmt i,t the Coittrs
HoiKn l.mt Mghl,
If Judge I'r.mcls M rinch, of the New
York court ot npp-ilx, who wrote "The
Illnc and the Gray," could have been In
Kansas City yesterday afternoon when
General John II, Gordon, ot Geoigla, ar
rived In the city, and wllncssed the demon
stration made In his honor by wearers of
the blue and the gray, eacli vicing with the
other In doing honor lo him as one of
Anieiice's grealest soldiers, as well as
a. statesman, lie would have seen the beiull.
fill .sentiment of his poem exemplllled in
real life as It never was befoie In this re
glon, Tho occasion was a memorable one
and will not soon be forgotten even by
General Gordon hlmeir, although he has
been hOtioted by many an ovation before.
I: was evident that tho famous cxUn-
gi;.vi:i:ad joii.v 11 goiidon'.
federate was doepl moved when he arrived
at the Coates House and was driven In a
barouche drawn by four black horses
through two long lines of veterans drawn
up in mllltaiy formation, half of them
woaiinjf the legiilatlon United States blue
uniform, and piouitlng aims with the old
Hpr.rjKhi'ld rllies, as they U"-ed lo to Giant
and Sherman In the ltles, while the other
half piesented with th- "olilcers present,"
using their cants, many ot which were
decorated with thu red, white unit blue
badges that evely one hi their tanks vote
as the emblem ot the e-Confeder.ite As
sociation. He arose to ills feet as his car
il, go was brought to a halt, and, standing
uinovered, cast Ms eje down one line ami
up the cHher. and then, with a wave of ills
Il.lllU, IIIM toivaid the old e-c'ontedei,ites,
and then to the old "bojs In blue" of Vet
eran Cump.inj A, .said.
.,ij euiiii.eues, .inn vvlten Ml' "nil- i.imi.
I tut an bj that thuv of j o"u who
...... ...t- ki.ii leuu me mile .mil who c.ll-
ilci arniH In the irie.it stitn'i'i, .i r..,..ri..
as only bi.ive Ann i leans i.in light lor the
cause tliej believe in. .n, ,,s I nddiess
sou iis I'oiiir.ules. I do mi esteeming it a
gi'.iter honoi to he able to ill, so t,.in n
implied in the weiring of anj other .lis.
thu Hon from iiiesuietit ut the United
M.I es down to fotelKu till.. I'or oule ,l
soldier can best iiiidcrstand all that the
wold comt ide me. ins. t,M1 ollI tll ,,,
j on, mv bi.iv, bojs, ti,is .ittiriiiiun, tli.it I
am Breatl torn h, d l,y this i.-eept!,ui with
whi h UII have ni'll lit to w eh utile me to
Kansas Cite .aj ciuil bless miu, ,nv
bi.ive men and bless this counttj for which
jiai all i.ow stand as lojal Aim lie in citi
zens. And now 1 will bid jihi good-hv
foi i slioie time To-moiiow ulgr I vlll
tire a bioaili-lile f,u jou at out Aiulltoiluin
I thank von .main im ,nir et,.,t tiii.in.u
In thus vvehoiiilug me to voiu edij."
As Geneial tiuiilun took his seat and be
gan to prepai e to leave the eariltge the
eiivvls mde the nil lev, rhei.iu w.n,
beer alter cheer. The eiovvds in,,
foi ward until a Hue of policemen m e.n h
side of the I'oates House imi.iii.v was in, -css.uy
to make way tot the geneial to
enter, le.inlnir, as he did, iqian the aim
ol Major William Wat tier on one .side atnl
Judge John it. Stone on the other, lieu
et.il Goiilitii. who had been ttavellng nun h
of late, eouiplaltieil of being veiy tiled.
He was, ihciefoi.-. hown dlieitlv to hs
looms iv Major Winner, .lodge Stone and
Major Davis, all of whom shoiih afiet
leu mm to lest a snoit time belute din
ner The rooms assigned to Genital Gordon
had hem ecinti b the cummittee of ur
langiiuents, who had canted them to he
prohisclv elecotated. Thev were the sinir
double pallors occupied hy Governor Me
Klnley whin ho win lu Kansas (.Ml v.
The mllltaij parade, nhhli was imanged
nn lely as an e-eort of liono-, tom-po-eil
of the ineiiibtMs of Veteran 1'uinp.iny
A, Third leglineiit, and of the e-Confei-eiate
As-o, lailon. was a veiy succesj-ful
part of the piogr.iinme of the ila. M'lie
veti-iaiis of both inms gtilieted at the
headiiiiaiteis of Veteran 1'onip.iny A it
l''M o clock and marelii'i from there for the
I'nlon dfpot promptly at 1 n't lock. M'heie
weie nioie) ex-f'onfedetates thill had been
looked for, but none loo many to suit the
committeemen, who. headed by Colonel
SlnioiuR of tho Third ivgimtnt, and Judge
Sione, Captain tliegg ami Captain Max
Mlnier lcptes-cnilng the e.Couledeiaiu
Asfcoelatlon, weie present with bulges lor
nil. The line was formed with Veteran
Company A rife nml Drum corps at lis
head, Veteran Company A le.il the wu,
eiKiiej -niur peiiuiK, Miiuy ine eje-e einicitei
ates tullowesl, with .in even liunliei men
lu line Tito latlir weie. ule'd liy two
joiing ladles mounted, olio mi .i white horse
and the other on a chestim' blown. Thev
were Miss Anna Shelby, daughter of Gen
eral Jo CI Slu lb), ami Mlxs N'aunle Da
vis, of WcMpoit lletweeu the company
formation of Couipanv A and that of the
ex-Confi'detales marched the members of
the military committees At the Union de
pot a t'iravnn of eanlages was In waiting
when tho piocesslon artlved thuo at 5;30
Any other alllele less nil l-;i per irut.
tislllug CuriUilUc per toil, reldiiig
Vllallonaui 1,'rcaii reeiueiu prieri.
R. W. H0CKER, Trustee, 1034 Main.
IVatcb nc eJeweUr IteyaUlug.
R Friday and Sat unlay I
H 1 will oiler tiny Wtttcli
in .lacoarel'.s immciibu
itocl; ut u dibcuunt of M
I 4.0 I
H This cvtra clUcouiit U I
for two ,U)i only.
i loi k. The one Inlelided for (lener.lt (tor
tlu'i to ride lu hud been decorated with
lhis which almost covered It from view,
while from the harnesi, of the four black
horses that drew It llutlered Utile tings.
Having arrived at tho Union Depot the
ptoiession innrclietl through the Iett gate
of the baggage jard and down the uni
form, diavvltig up In lines' along the pint
fot m vvhero Grinrnl Gonlolt' triilh n
expected (o pull In nt 6 so u'clock. Tho
voting Indies lunl been helped (o dismount
at Hie gale, whre ihelr horse had hceti
held for them and they matched In at tho
head ut their Joint command. The p.trn le
liml rnrvely been btoiight to a hull when
Mayor Dnvls, vvlm lunl ilrlfti dln-eliy fiom
Die city hall lo the drpol, appeared on the
scene and announced that (ienciiil Gordon
lunl artlveil a hnlf hour befeire on another
train and was In the waiting room, Mnvur
Htvls, who ricenlly paid a vllt to At
latilit, had discovered the unicnil silting
tin re ns he was pasKltig thlough and had
taken him In charge. Tilts announcement
was a gtent surprise to the veterans and
(he military committee and Immi'ill.iteiy
they set III motion a ri-rorinntloti or the
lines and a counter match to get In posi
tion on the pl.t I Tat lit. Geneial Gotdoti hint
been told hv tcleizinm that he wutllel be
met nt the depot, lull he was. very much
siiiprlsed to kiirn that the military pro
cession he had heard uiilMdo was there to
ecott lil in up to the city ami he said to
Mn or Davis, "I feed that I ought tu go
right out nml tell those, boys out there
how much I nppieelale this," lie was told
by the niayoi that he would be given a
chance Just as soon ns the linen were
fanned. Directly It was announced that
the line was formed nml Geneial Gordon
was Invitee! out. Me touk the arm of Major
Win. Warner, which the latter olTettd him,
remarking rarotlously to tlio-e standing
about. "The celieral ulid I ttseel lo eel to
gether long time ago. hut wc were on dlf
feictit sides then." Judge John II. Stone,
who stuud near, look the Kent nil' other
aim, and tints they walked out to the
hend of the line. M'he drum corps bent a
salute us the general nppie-ncheii nml un
der the command of Captain Tnlor tho
"lllue Jackets" of Company A enmo to it
present aims as the geneial passed down
the line with uncovered head. The ex
Confederate' lines "iiNo entile to a pre'sent
as he passed and before lie was half vvnv
down the line the long pent up cheers
broke foi Hi mid made the walls ot the
big depot echo. Tin- earilags weie next
lllled und the procession leformed In flout
and pioceedeel up town to the' Coates
House, where the scene already told took
place. The pioceslon was headed by
Company A IMfeand Drum Cups and two
platoons of Veteran Company A, under
command of Lieutenant DeV. c. Ta lor
and Sergeant G. w. Landls, Next c.tnu
two platoons of -Conreder.ite veterans
commanded hy Captain -Max Mlntcr. Next
rode the young ladles. Misses Shelby and
Davis, roilowed hy the curt luges, in the
tlrst can Inge General Gordon lode at the
side of Judge Stone, while on the seat In
flout of him sat Mayor Webster Davis and
Mnjor William Wiitn.r, Other canlages
followed, containing edtlens and nieniheis
ot the iiiess Tho iiiocessluu was closed
with a company formation ot Compuny A
and another of ev-Confcletiit,. enim.iiK
All along the line of miiieh up I'lfth stieet
and llioadway crowds stoort upon the side
walks and people vvnv eel ll.igs from the
windows General Gonlon acknuvvleilge d
the cheers that weie given him bj the
eiovvds anil the salutes hv waving Hags
hy luMiig his lint repeatedly and bowing.
A plnttoon of police matched at the he.iel
of the' procession atnl cli-.nid tin- way. This
precaution was especially ueci ssary In
front ot the Coates House, where a big
crowd had gathcted.
Tin: Miiiir i:i:t in-i ion.
Ilillldreds of Clllins l'resellteel In I lie
tlngiilKlieil Oriitnr ami Warrior.
Standing beneath the protecting folds of
"Old t.lor.v,' with the red and while of the
Ceinleeleraiy pinned to his breast, Geneial
John 1!. Gonlon. among the last of the
famous lighters for the Lost Cause, who
coveieil the i, tie it ot I.ee upon llleliiunnil,
ill the last das of the gloat wai. received
the gleetlngs of the people of Kansas City,
In the Coates House last night. The veti'r
uns of both iirmles,- the boys whose yells
struck terror In many a bhmeoat's breast,
ninl the men who steadily and Ineslstlblv
ciusheil tho u)irslng of the South, Joliie'd
togeilier in doing honor to the hero of
Long bufute General Gonlon iimle bis ap-
pe.ll.iuee, the loblj of the Coates House
was ciowdeil with the lilue and gra vv.ilt
in" the appe.ii.inre of the distinguished
guest On the bal. otij an on hesna, led
by rioffssoi Xlmiai'isi hied, issisted by
Call llusuli and otlu i .11 lists, plav ed patii-
Otle ,lll, Willie the people. ,ISS mllll'd. A
gu.iid of lion, 11 Hum vetctau Cnuiiianv A.
oc ine- iiiiiu legimeni. was present to
watch over and piote, t the throng. It was
lltlder the lOllllllltld ut I 'list Selge.lllt
l.iudls and eeiiislsted of the following de
tail, all wearing the unllurm oi the ii'gi
mciif Cuinui.ils Wnlton and i'ope, I "t 1
vales Veimllva, MeDlvltl, Miller and Slew
alt, lliiglu l.iudls anil lirtimiite r illnkle
'1 he n 1 eptluti was lie Id lu the banquet
roiitu and ladles' oidlnai). the latter cmi
taliilng table's laden with lefresliiucnts. The
guard was eiisposeii so that th,' deiuii. of
the' pat tor vv hit h Goiietal Gotiloti 11, euples,
the doois eif the banquet ixioin and 01. II
nitiy weie guaidi'd and the crowd permlttisl
to p.is only In such uiunbe'rs as made' It
possible lor the geneial to areet all who
wished to meet him. While the onhestia
was plnvliig "Dixie?." Gi'tietal Gordon, with
M.1J01 Wllll.ini Warner on tho right and
Colonel John It. Meine. as the nqirese illa
tive of tlio Ceintedclati'S, on the left, p.is-
e'd aeIos the col 1J1I01 and took his po'l
lion befoio the balcony w Itulovv In th, ban
liver the inch of the window weie diaped
two li'imlsoine MIL ttag, h-ne.tth vv hi, h
Geliela) Gotdoll ami thee e'Ollimlttee tonU
their stands. The committee' in nddlilon 10
lllOM alteadV mellttone'd. weie' iVdeaiel 11.
i: Wilson. Max .Mlnter. Joseph Menei.
Captain Geeiige I". Gloss, Ceilonel It I
reaison anil Colon,' John c. Hope, II. u I.
of thu pal tv on the' tight was a piciuie ut
Stonewall Jaikson, niniiiite'el and leaellng
his tteiuiis into ae'tiou. 1111 the other side'
was a tife'tiiie of Giueinl It, ,1mm t 11. I.e.', in
the unltoir-i ot lite .siotitiioiu .iiinj. In the
center was .1 photngiaphle gioup of tin
leleian e.oiupanv. sut luiiinleil hv the pen -traits
of the lighting aemeials of the I Yd
eral .11 my.
As soon n the geneial had taken ills
position, tlio people vviqo .1 linltl. ,1 lo the
loom They pas-,ed elowu the Hue, eveiv
petson being given full eqipoi llllltt) to
kli.iko the hand of the honoti'd gueM I'eir
ni'.nly two hums this was the ml,., iu.in
of tjie old soldleis who saw bloody se-iv-lei'
under ili-n.-r.il (lot don, tneeilng nml be'-
illg Ii'i'OgnUed by lllm Aftel the people
had nil piMMl down the llne. the- eeun
mittt'i. with Gemral Gordon, pissed inn.
the oidinary, vvlu're thev mlnglee! with
tho Visitors, .1)1.1 illjojed the li'ttesliuiellls
About hi o'clock Genual Guidon letlnd 10
his loom ami tin- visitors weie eiiiei tallied
Willi vocal music- by IMofe-ssur Kiuubeig
uiul Miss Mabel Hans. The li.eiiilon was
Intoi'iuil lu clutiactei, no spe.ee h making
being ludiilgeil In. It was a pioiioiun-ed
slli'ces-.. Hie' leinllng soel.il lights m (1,
clt, wllhuiit le-gard to M-etional Uiir, ,es
si'iulillug tu do honor to the last ot l,n-'s
old glial el.
Geni-i.il Gorelou a epied an invitation
to vNIt the board of tl.ule at lu o'e'loi k
this 11101 nlng. It is uiieleisluiiil that In- will
111 ikte a short address to the niemhets
Hu showed solllee evldeu. is eif fatigue last
night, but his chivalrous b-.nliig and gentle
inanin'r won the udmli.itlou ul all who hail
thu honor to meet him.
llC'lll'ial io!-lloil' I.Cllllee lei'lllghl.
The seats for Geneial Guidon's li.lun
on "The List IMvs of the Cotile-eh-i u-j."
which lie will dellvei at tile Aiidltoiliiui
to-nlKht, sold veiy rapidly e-stenl,i at the
Juiiclluu tte.ke't olllcei, ami ticke'ts of gen
eial udnilsslon W1-111 sold at othei points
about the ell J , big auilleiicie Is .issiucd.
hut theie weie still seals left list uUht,
which will be illspose'd ol to-elij. M'he Aud
lloiium well lllhei is lu itself ,111 uv.itli.n
fur II Is a g1c.11 huiise, but then Is 110
loillit thu wlieii the sale of se-ats clo-e-e
at line dour lo-nlghl there will lie little
stauiling loom h-ii, Geneial Gonlou'n elo
quent slory of the "Last Das of the Cou-fe-eleiac"
l pioiiouuceel one of the gteat
est m.istei pieces of hlstmic uiatoi), ami,
coming as It does, fiom one of thu Me'.llest
and nun of the only two suiviving major
geneiuls of that Side of the gieai Amerleau
civil war. It cannot help but cause uulw-i-6.1
1 intelest, ami dliivv .1 big alldli'liec.
N'ut Se-piember theie will go out trun
Kansas City 0110 of Hie most I eni.it k.ible
excuisiou trains that have ever been
known in the euuntiy tluough which It will
pass. The tiuln will bear Veteian Conqia
ny. M'hlid regiment, ill full tiultorm ami
under arms with Its band ami with u hun
dred or more ot Its lionuraiy members,
many of whom were Confedeiutes dining
tho war. The train will tlrst go to Louis
ville, where thu excutslonlsts will partici
pate lu the Hut national encampment of
the G. A. II. to be held lu a Southern city,
and till by Invltutlon of one of the gie.it
e?st of Siuthernets. Aftel having Louisville,
Nashville will he vMted. ami two elajs lat
er Vcti'inii Company A with Its baud will
head probably one of the most remarkable
processions of veterans tho country eer
C'uutluucd ou l'u(
Kansas Citt, Mo , April 5, M
Thmnomrttr iclcnleiK .Vintmum, M; Maxi
7W.it we looV for the utathtr to btalri
The Great Stock Grows
Greater and Greater
No reasonable demand can
hu made upon it that it will not
It's scope is limitless.
The chief of the Dress Good9
stock puts the vernacular
through the wildest gymnas
tics in description of the stock
its vastness and beauty.
There is enthusiasm amongst
the salespeople the stock is
the best and most complete
we've ever had aiut ilicy know
No reasonable or unreason
able demand can be made on
our Dress Goods that the stock
cannot satisly. Absurdity, only,
might be disappointed.
The value of a Dress Goods
stock of the greatest propor
tions, so mobile in movement
as to present new features
daily, is great. You'll under
stand this better and better the
oftcner you come here.
One great basic principle of
this store is mutual dependence.
To thrive and grow, each stock
must be at its best.
The aim of all to reach the
only roomy trade place, the
top. No lower ideal can be
permitted. And so when the
top is reached by any stock we
must lift the top. This we are
doing at many points, especial
ly at the Dress Goods point.
Easter, with all its bright
ness and cheerfulness, will soon
be upon us. We're prepared
for it as we never were before.
Bring all your Easter wants to
us you'll be satisfied.
Tailor Made Suits
For Ladies $15.00
Wo are sellinp; :t lot of fashionable
and seasonable '1' :i I lu r-uiade Suit'.
way buluvv liuif price-. Thou suits
aio stilctly ttillor-iiiaili' tit nitiilo ot
the best fabrics, in lull- styles, uf
wide Wiilo Kersey, tailor checks,
inl.cil cheviot, plain clioviot and Una
Tlici' price's, linked with the quality
of tutitci'itils, stylo uf suits and work
manship, make this olli-riiiR the most
attractive 0110 and most advantageous te,
you. oii'll lose much if you am lu
need of a suit, and fail tu attend thin
sale. Jleie's. liovv they're) Milling;
Suits niaelo ot cheviot, tailui checks,
file, 1'ilncc Albert style, ionfr roat,
lnigv sleeves, waist silk lined, full skirt,
suits that vvoto .'.l.('0, -51(1.00. J.S.-..00 mid
I'utnvvuy Suits, various ni.itci-iulb,
tailor collar, luigv slcovcs, full skirt,
that vve-re "i-10. On, fr.lu.lM and M7..1II, will
be sold tci-muriow for SI5.00
Tailor-made! Suits, made with short,
pointed waist, tailor collar and lapels,
lai'o sleeves 11 ml full skirts, tho suits
that wi'to i'.'.l.oo, :.') ttiul i:ir..n(), will
be sold tii-tuoirow for SI5.00
Thou suits ciiint, in all sles, and nro
Hie biggest bargains we'vo over ofl'etod
Milt depaitmcnt tlilid lloor.
1 'roiii tile j-Tundest stock in tlm Weit
Tii-uiiii row, .Monday und Tuesday we
i 111 oiler in dilloront styles, und color
ings in liundsimio All Wool .Ml.eel ("ho
viols now patterns which have never
boluro been shown Is inches wide und
worth Tfic .1 y.ud, at 39a
Gtey pattern is desirable, serviceitbU
Also a lot of (ii-.inlto Ground ,luo
rjusii ds -black, with small and inadium
sie llgures, I.", Inches wiilo und worth
si mi a yard, lor 49c
lli'h'liiiiiuiT to-morrow, we'll soil tlio
until',, collection of I'astcr Kovolties in
our r.iiicy (ioods Dent, at from 33 to
.) per cent less than tho former retail
rioou -, m iln of All rillk Ulnck Satin nib
bun, I nml l'j inches) wide the bet.t
uualli' will be soil lu-mut row for, per
I.IKW saulu of All Silk DresdeiiFlower
ed and HatulsoiiH- l-'lKiired lllucl; Itlb
bou, J Inches wide, woith Mo; will bo
sold tor,.,, ,, 25c
nriERY, UIKl), TMAVHR & CO,,
IVoiiiluent AtrhUou HIuu Uruel.
Atchison, K'aa., April i. (Special.) J. I..
lllU-s. one ot Atchlbon'-i oldest uu4 mott
hlk'hly ii'sK'ctt-4 citizens, elieei thlu morning
of pueuiuuula, ufter an lllne- of k-s ttUn,
a ttet-k, lie hail been AtvhUon'-i leaeiidc
Jeweler for many leari und wan widely
Known, lie se-rveil his country ilurlnx tha
war, eulbitluir with a Wisconsin reslmcnC
IJurlnK Ji-tj- and UU3 he wan nt.ward in
charge of a. bDijllul at Neve OrUtuu.
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