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VOIilT3n3 XXX VII. NO. 3nr.
KANSAS CITY, AIMUL 13, ISD.j.-KXKYKN VAC, VS.
nucio rrwo cmonts.
jCmtgag' tty jP ail g
BiROW - TrNXS
New Perfections in
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHINGS !
And everything required by the correct dresser.
You know the character of our goods.
A Top Coat is a necessary article of dress.
Money bark, if you want, it.
Browning, King & Co.
1101 mid 1103 .Main nml 11 Klcrcnth St.
THE OOISrEHFL STORE.
THE DEADLOCKJN DELAWARE.
I't "n III Soon lie Ilrokcu. It In Predicted, by
tlie l.lcetlon of !mirtitir Masse).
Dover, Del, April 12 There Is a prob.a
illlty that the present deadlock for United
"Mates senator to succeil Anthony ,T Hlg
ttlns will bo broken within the next few
Iu)s. The ground for thl prophesy Ik ,i
(Statement ninib' to-d.iy by Senator Hnnby,
leader of the Addlcks faction, In which he
-ald that thi next I'nlted sena-.-tor
from Delaware would ho Oeorge
Olnsspy nnd that he would he
chosen within three weeks. Slnte
the death ot Governor .Mai v II there
Mi is been .1 disposition on the part of the
illlgglns nml Addlcks rolloneix to unite
Kin pome one favoiable to both factions.
'The statement of senator llanby that
Blimey would eventinllv be dieted looks
Dike the Addlcks people are weakening, is
1t has been Known all alone; th it Addlcks
was very bitter against Massey because
the lattei allowed his unmo to go before
The 1u9lh billot tnken to-d ly resulted as
follows: Hlgglns, f: Addlcks, il; Massey,
4J J'ennevvlll. 1: Itldgely, 1: mj,iril, 1.
Mcio Walker Held fur the. Itrintl Jury.
Mncon, -Mo., April 12 (Special.) Steve
Wulkei was arraigned to-day before Jus
tice Ames, t lunged with assisslnatlng
Oeorge Stlce Wednenluv night, and .lived
rirollmlnai) healing and was committed
luck to Jail to await the uulon of the
stand Jury next Monday.
,-w i- ?
OLARK & OO.,
714 MAIN STREET.
What's In a Nm?
Xot muili unb ss It's OUKS sewed in the
collar of voui coat It ineuns, )uiir suit
will l'lT all IIIU1IT. the MAl'i:itlAI, In It
Is ItlCHT. the woikmanshlp Is llinilT.
the sl)lo gii.iiunteeil to be ItlCli r WHY '
llecause, the right tailors have the Wtlght
name for doing such vvoik We ate not
Wright on Main stic't. but Wright around
the comet, whin we have more room and
Wss lent than others.
23 Yist jotb St., Corner liullliaorii Ave.
THE ONLY PLAGE
'in OIII'AI.V A
A largo btik'otiou of other
fir.sMilasi makes, in latest
shapes, styles and colois. No
last sc isou's styles hero.
KNQ HAT CO.,
nun main sri(i:nr.
I & A t' A A & A. A A .
The Finest Cut
.J. Grown in the city solil at rea-
T- bouueiiu iirivei.
!;' JOHN SCHNRIOKU, Plorlst,
., ii:ii3 Wuinut hi.
Vi Uruenbotnes lith aul Uiu.UU TeL Slltt
ON DRflUGJiT TODay.
NORMAN & ROBERTSON,
AND CUARANTEI3 OF TITUS.
TaUpluaa I -
fi TO t& XT
- , KZI3STO cfe oo
MR DEPEW'S RUSY VIEWS.
Predicts Hint Wade llitnipton and Other
South Carolina Lenders illl Come lntu
the ltcitlhllc"tn ut mill t (invention.
New York, April 12 III nn Interview upon
elections In the South In mineral and elec
tions In South Carolina In pai tlcular,
Chnunce) .M Depotv su)S. "With Wade
Hampton and M. C Ilutlir mid tin' ails
tocr.itlo element that they lepiesuit de
posed, with the negro disfranchised and
with Tlllninii secniely seated In power,
what method will be taken to ecuie Jus
tice? Theie Is onlv one place to seuue It
anil th it Is the liailon.il convention What
Is more natural than that the better ele
ment should appeal to the place that prom
ises it lief,' What more likely thin th.it
Wade Hampton, 31. U, Uutler and other
lenleis of this class In South Ciirollii i
should come knocking .it the door ot the
next Hepulillcan national lonventlou. I
predict It. The only way to secure relief
Is thioitgh the republican pirt.v. Tho
solid South Is being broken up and Mr.
Tillman will be disposed of upon this lino
MlSSOUItl HUPKKMI'. COUBT.
Opinions lliinded Down ,sli rtlny by the
.Judges In Until IlltUlons lit
lerreison Clt). Mo. Am II 12. (Special.)
Tho supiemi' couit was In version to-day
111 notii illusions ami nanucu noun eiiniuuus
DIVISION SO 2
Hj Presiding Judge Gantt
Andrew Jnlck-. appellant, vs. .Mary 12
Sullivan et al, lespondonts; Jackson coun
tv; action on a ta lien, Judgment ot
Kansas Oltv touit ot appeals ieveistd and
Judcmint of circuit court nlllrniqil
Clt of Westpoit ov. rcl Italph Kitchen,
collector, le'-pnndenl, vs. A. li. II. JlcUee,
appellant; Jackson county; action for
Henry K. Hose. Riiardlan estate of Itob
ert Hunter, a lunatic, nppdlant, vs. Kan
sas City .V: liinnd Avenue Hallway Com
puny, KMiondenl; Jackson count; eject
ment foi land In Knnsis Clt; alllrmed.
11 J mice Uuraens.
A. C Ainuld, li.s-iioiukm. vs. Jlmmle
WIHIs et al, appellants, .Jeetniciit for lots
lu city of llioolvlleld, alllimed
Slate e rcl Duiililn, tolleitor, pi ilntlff
and resiituultnt vs W.J llovd, lespond
t nt, John T UiKh'ius, appellant, action on
set nsldc a Judgment foi tac, reversed
St Louis Tjih ruiindi), r-iioiid nt, vs.
P () Jackson, appellint, I'isi count,
action on notes loi $J,It, ieverued
Klmhei U llaitou et al. lespundents, vs
William S. SltllniUon, appellant; Jackson
count: ai tbui on inortKiffe to recover
piopcii . alllrmed.
J II Knotper et al li VI S. riourno ;
motion to distills, sustained
T A ("arsun vs neoiKe i' Smith; arsued
and siihinltti 1
.MUhael I llainis vs Kansas City, Tort
Seott ,v. Mt uiphis Hallw.i Company; nr
Kind and sulimlttid
IIIVISIO.N- .NO 1. .
I) 11 I'linil vs. clt of .St. Charles; ap
William roiem.in vs. S. H. Gillllind; np- .
lieal ilismisMsI '
Count uf Andinw vs. Shell et al; motion
to ntllim JinlKUiint llled
i nomas I. tiia vs. . al. Worst: sub
mi ti d on In MV.
I'hules II .M.uko vs. halllo H. Hrd;
siibmltteil on brief
William II Stokes vs. J. S Humes; ar
gued and submitted
John A Nhholsnn vs. Huehen Itoirets;
arKUed and Mibmltted.
J J .McAuan vs, Samuel M.tthlas; siib
uiltted on bib f.
James Cwart vs. Allerbui; submitted
on In iff
Stute c lei Weed vs. H. 1 Meeks; sub.
lultted on bllef
Willi mi 11. HoiiKherty vs. J. 1). (Jllmore;
argued and stibiulttnl.
Adjourned until lo-monnw.
Tho 110 al Hukim? I'owder Is the purest
nnd strongest baklnir pou-iier made, and
has iccelved the highest award at all tho
Kreat International and state fairs wher
ever exhibited in competition with others.
Cblciinii'K I In lines All lllirlit.
Chleatto, Apia 12. City Contioller Wether
ell denies a sensational statement eiedliul
lo him this artiruoon that the ill liiiatices
are ubout So.mw.iMO short The controller
s.ivr thu ItoathiK debt of the elt is about
JI.Oi"),!""!. an amount nu l.nair than usu il
lor eunie tlmu past at this sc.inon of tho
eur. The l.i In piouss ot collection Is
ample to much mine than meet It. l.'ach
e.ir foi sevetal ndiulnlstiatlons. tho city
has inn behind and prihips no mare tho
past e.u than uii piuiious one. As a
usijlt of linpiovid mothoils under the new
adiuliilsti.itlon of Muvor Mvlt't. now begin-
tiltio Ir Ik evum.t.til III. il lli!.. ..Ill 1... ......1.
lied anil the lloatinu uelit be nearly If nut '
altogether wiped out
Huy food products which aro
always deliuious not good to
day and had to-nioriovv?
Ono poor dish mins tho on.
joyment of an entiio meal.
is tho only gilt edged artiolo for
tablo iiso possessing an unvary
Silver Churn on eaoh' wrannor
ot tlio genuine.
Jrmour Packing Q,o
1 1 Kansas City, V, S, A.
Pet on limim; Ills own way.
So aro nil of in. Your lioino
nppih nuvv riiirs and in.it tiny .
Wo hold a fppci.il salo on
thi"o ijoods .Monday, Tiictilay
and Wednesday, l'rlous form
erly aikud in thit city will lie
And yon will bo cn.tlilod lo
uimlinse rugs and mattings
clirnpur tli.iu t'ver. Our mat
tings aro so cloJii and cool, and
our rugs so yood and cheap
(hat th( thought of carpets
will lit' put asido
Tho spoci.tl sale on .Taprnrsn
rugs and nuttings will lie for
throe days only. 7x10 Jap.
Hugs, i'i.SO, 'jiJ.80, ?7 70, $s.7.'..
itvis Jap. Kngs, i).no3 io.no,
11.U0, iji:i.30. .Mattings from
y.-o to iiOc per yard.
Furniture and Carpet Co. .
STONE SIGNS MANY BILLS,
Ainunc 1 belli AVirn the Kansas Cllv Jlis-
tlies' Sulur Mi asiiro nml the lo-
Ibe III lief Hill.
Jefferson Clt Mo . April 12. (Special )
Ooveruor Stone IkiipiI a largo number of
bills to-in. Th- follow hue Is n brief dlKCSt
of some of tin most important
An act ptohliilthiR tin. eniplovment of
chlldien under II .vlais or aue In shiKlnir,
daneliu:. nthletles, beBKlnj.', dp., for profit.
The sennle bill providing for a non-par-lis
in I10.111I ot ciii.Uoik for tho state unl-
House bill r.n.1, entitled "An net providing
foi, and retinl itlnu the fees and emoluments
of prosec mine; attotnes, Jiidtres of thu
county eoiuts, cluks of the county courts,
1 Judges of the probate courts, ileiks of tne
I uiipi erne court nnd i units of appeals, clerks
of the elnuit nnd common ideas eoiuts,
I clerks of the ciimlnil courts, sheiuts, eoi-
1 umis, constables iuteipieti rs and ir.ins-
1 itors. eountv siuvejors.reeordets of deeds,
notaries public, Jtiioc. witnesses, JustieeH
of the pe.ue, m ivnrs of eltles of the fouith
class, ftes inr uuturnll7 itlon of forelKiiers;
of iitjlstcis of I mil, and the manner of col-
lei tliiK and dlsbuilnir ame,"
The m nale bill tu ikliiK the term of olllco
of count assessors four vi.irs, and niiklnir
assessotB luellKlbh to hold any other olUte
for two ve.ir.s theieaflet.
I House bill No SOS. entitled "An act to
( leuulale the construction and maintenance
of ti alley :ind electric wires over railway
tracks, anil the nimr.it Ion of street cars
i over lallway tucks."
) Committee substitute for house bill No.
i"l.', entitled "An act to enable four or more
public school illstilcts to cotiolldutp nnd
form i public ceiilial liluli school district
I ilillnlne- the iinilltlcatinn of the teacher
iml of the tudi tits for admission, and
I piovldliiK foi the Kovernnieiit of iid
The anti-Insui ini e pool bill This relates
to illstilcts outside of St Louis nnd Kansas
Tho Knn-.iH Cil lustlees' salarv hill,
elves sal nies of Jiemi per vear i onstnbles,
l.oi.l; covets all fees into the count tieas
urv This bill is made to rel ite onlv to
townships hav Inrr ovu piooih) Inh ibitants
'I he Kius.is Clt police lellef bill, provid
ing lor mil empowerlriT that elt by a in i
ioilty vote to piv nit mbi is of ihi polko
lone compensation foi Injur or loss of
lift In disohnrKo of dot
ll act to in in lib a local option method
of constructing s wers and sewir s stems
III eliieH of the third diss In this state.
WILL GET A CUE FROM GROVER,
lleitinrratle Oppoiu Ills of I'lio Slrr Walt
luff fort level mil lo Si some tiling
on "simiiiiI .Vtoiir."
WashliiKtou, Apill 12 It Is now- certain
th it seveial membtts of tho adnilnlstratloti
will take a prominent pirt III the political
campaigns over the monev iiuestlou th it
i will bo carried on In different states Tho
. Invitation of the Chicago business men to
I'ris,ient Clevelmd, asking him to nnke
an adilitis In that city on the subject of
the luneuev has btn followed bv Intima
tions from other places that the members
of the cabinet wero wanted to in ike similar
addresses In order that the position ot the
iidmlnlsli itlon inav be nJueed upon the
iiiuutiv In a most forcible way The pres
ident has not vet answered the Ohicigo
Inv Italian but If he llnds It Impossible to
go, it Is ixpectid thil he will decline In i
lettei expressing cle-irly his views on thu
sllblec t of llione
The ouuipiign within the Democratic
put uhalnst i he fn e coinage movement
will no doiihr lake lis keynote from the
president's b tier ind the speeches which
in ly be made bv members of the cabinet.
Tho campaign will be dlreetid ugtlnst tho
free eoln.igi of silver at 16 to 1 and tho
assertion will be made that such coinage
would mean sUer inono-inetnlllsni and
would be dlsastious tu the business inter
ests of the country, great and small, and
extend to every cl.is and condition, no
matter In what pursuit engaged
statj: AitciiiTrrr rent Kansas.
linirrnnr Mnrrlll Has Xanieil T. II. Lrirhrr
for tlm I'ont.
Topeka, Kis. April 12 -(Special ) The
board of public works to-day leeted T. II.
I.eschei as state aichltect Diving to tho
fast that the complcllon oi the state house
will be undet the control of tho eecutlvo
count II, It Is not known whether or not
All, l.escuei win nave cuuiue as uiciiiieit
ot the iniiner iuiiioiii; 01 me i-apuoi. jus
llrst work will 1)m to pienaio plans for tho
cotitempiateii uuiiuiug m ine noiiiieis oi
pllans home, lit Atchison. The sum of
J91.DOI was appiopibited bv the leglslatillo
last winter lor iiibUtloual buildings ami
repairs 'it this Institution, and these build,
lugs will bo eriettd under the Immedl.ito
supervision of the Mate, architect.
The city chemist repoits that Jloal Ilik.
lug Towder Is the purest and griatest In
leavening strength Health Commissioner
Hieunnn, fit l.ouls.
KlNsS' I.MIIIiKM' INsYM"".
'11UI41' Outride the Asvliim C'o-t the Stute ll
I urge sum.
Toneka. April II (Special ) On Monday
the state audttoi's iepiitinent will send
out wnriaulH In tho sum ot WM lo the
seveial counties of the state to pay for
the Cdie of Indigent Insanu peisoiis for
whom them was not room In the stute
asluuis. Many of tho counties hive been
maintaining such persons In their poor
louses or Jills until the. sum total leiche-s
i the figuies given.
, Didn't Mitnt Ibis lime,
. New York, April li. Th Columbian line
steamer Alllauea arrived this alteinoou
Horn Colon. Captain Ciossmnn leports
that on the honievvunl vojagi
e tie passeu
co ist. The
otlleer on the bridge sighted the same bark-
entlne tigged Spanish gunboat thut llred
on tho AUIauca on her previous voyage.
This trunboit vvas close under the Cuban
coast, heading to the. vvestwaid, She palu
uu attention to the AUIauca, which
steamed along on her usual course.
Lost Thursday evening, ubout 11
o'clock, one pair of opciu glasses and
stick, In led plush bjg.ou u gieen grip cur,
Kinder will please, return to Journal of
lice. It w aid.
FRUGAL MR.' CHASE.
in: am ihhijMuh: r.Mit, ihssi'mi.ii
hut v i:hv i.iiti.i; .mi;vi.
GOT ALONG WITH APOUND DAILY
Ar t.RAM i in: im:mti:m i.im iti -onus
ntsci.tisi: lii.vr t At i.
SHRINKAGES BEEF AND BACON.
imiiimoi s oiroittti.(M imi mmi:
U IOItri.SU HOOKM T( It I,AS('i:.
In (hi1 t h Mi tnvettffatloii rtrnliM omr
lull rrMlnj; DrtnlU Wrro HruiiKht Otil
lti HrKinl In tlin luiirr Witrktuu uf
'1 hut ln(tltiittciii AtljmmtiMl
1 ntll .'Moiiiiuj.
IrfMApnvvurtli, ICnu., April 1.' (Special )
The defense In the Wnrdc,n Chase Invistl
ga'lon was heard nt tin; Kansas ju'lilti n
tl.ir to-day, and both committee and at
torneys showed that they were beeouilng
utixlouo to close the proceedings
The llrst witness wan Chief Clerk I'rn
ther, who had the books Of the Institution
with him They were subjectid to a thm
ough Investigation by the committee, nml
the chief clerk was naked man iiiiesllons
ns to the method of purchasing prloii pto
V Islons, mid also those for Chase's private
use Attorney Waters, for the- defense,
at this point, oltcrcd tho proceedings of
the liard of directors In special session
on July IS, IMI, nml requested that thev bo
read, ns ho claimed tint the hoaid at that
meeting had disposed of the thaigirt of Ir
regularity brought eiijalnst Chase, nnd he
proposed to offer the proceedings In i v I
detue for his client He argued that lite
committee had no Jurisdiction In the prem
ises, us the board, which had that Juris
diction, had exonerated Chase The misi
lug of tho lioird on July ii. Is the one In
which an investigation wan being hid at
thu request of lioveraor J.ewelling, Into
gross clintges that had len made against
Ch iso by "C-Chlef Clerk Yiirioll. and at
which Investlg itlon Wflrden Chast Hew In
to it rage ami knocked down Judge Me.
Donald, of l'oit Seott, who was an uttoi
iii for Yarroll, nml ran the witnesses out
of the pilson.
The committee decided that the evidence
should be admitted on the iiuestlou of
elurges, or, that portion of charges w hlch
nlleges thcie was Investlgitlou attempted
iuiiI prevented b violence, but that It was
net ndmlssahlc at tills time lot the put
pose ot ileiulvlngr the committee of Juils
dlctiou. A recess was hero taken, nfter which
.Mr. Waters, for tho defense, pioposcM to
read the recoid ot thu proceedings of the
boird of directors at the July mi etlng.ninl
the committee permitted tho tending of
th it portion of the proceedings relating to
the present case.
Ch rk I'r.itber gave Hie committee delilK
of running the penltentlarv. He said th it
keepers and olllccrs of the pn leielvid
two suits per jear each, except Miss Chase,
deputy clerk, who did not draw elotlil'g
The witness said that meats weie weighed
bv the storekeeper when recMvcd and
that small pieces of meat weighing two
pounds or thereabouts were weighed on
platfot m scales.
At this juncture It was discovered that
Prather's books showed itlscrepanclM, and
the clerk admitted that hjejiad been com
pelled to force balances. Jie i lalmed tint
if there was a shrinkage u foucd bal nice
Storekeeper Peters was here called and
the committee devoted much time and at
tached great Importance to his manner of
explaining meat slulnknges. 'I lie books
showed that many times the amount of
bacon and beefste ik charged to Chase's
account was onlv ono pound a d i foi his
entire famllv. This was consldtied good
evidence ugilnst Chase, as, one of the spe
cial charges tiled against him was for sub
sisting olf ol the state supplies, and a rec
ord of one pound ot meat per dav, foi a
1 irge family, seemed to s.itlst the citminlt
tee th it there was a leak somewhere.
Witness said that nil prisoners leaving
the pen were allowed to choose between a
new Jeans suit, or a sei ond hand suit, and
that most prlsonois picferred the latter. A
convict was nevu rcrused u new Jeans
suit, If It was demanded.
A Mi e W oiliiin.
Witness said he was present when l.ou
Williams enme to the penitent! ir, and
knew the colored man Jones who was
guard lu the female towel. .Never he ml
mv talk III regard to lvou W llll iins' ch u -ailer
and never talked nlwut her hlni'elf
Her reputation was never cvlled Into iiues
tlou among the guards to his knowledge
Ho milntaliieil that good discipline always
prevailed In the prison and that he never
heal il an profane- lmguige by Chasu or
At Iciiom (edged Wrongdoing.
The meat iiuestlou again cliimed the at
tention of the committee and the witness
admitted th it his sstem ot weighing meats
was Incorrect, but claimed he vvas simply
following a precedent He Slid ho had his
oven s stem ot bookkeeping
1 leiu Attorne Waters Slid that there
never had been an nicmito accounting
mulo in the prison, under un niden,
when Assistant Attorney (ietit ml Godard,
for the state, said "Tint Is vvtiut we aio
i....... r.w in c.A that we have a man In
side our prison walls who, will have a
pi oner system and accounting antl good
discipline In the baig iln "
Witness acknowledged that lie hid sold
clothes for convicts und icitlved a coin-
mi;,t1rth'e-rB0..ll.inel that he ha,, con.rlh
uleii J7 towards the defense of Warden
' use together with other ollbeis, ami
that ho had promised to contribute iiirther
any leasonible amount required of him
At S. 3 P. m. the committee adjourned
until 11 o'c'locls Monday morning, when tho
'J"" '',7r.l I,.,., ili.-ir tin will hold
anil IirUIB,rn tu iiti- " ---
to his Place for two years longer.
The grocer sends tho new brand of bak.
Ine now ill r simply because It costs him so
much less anil ho can make morn profit . by
"illliig It thin he i .in on the llov.il. The
Hoi a I H made from tho very llnist mate
1 1 lis and costs much more than uny other
lirantl which uccounts for lis supeilorlly.
iiltliouBli It Is hold to consumers .it the
U11ATII or CAP CAIN LOW!.'.
An Old I'anner of Uvluglon rouiity Sim -i
limbs to Hi art lllsin.r.
Chilllcotlie. Mo.. April 12 -(Special ) Cap
tain John A. Lowe, nn old farmer of Liv
ingston count, i lopped dead at his home
aimm four inllm 'mirth, ot Chll leutho
Wednesday night about t o clock He was
i,7 seais ot ii kh ami for some months his
been allllcttd with heart Double. He had
been In the rill transacting business dm
lug tho day nnd on returning hnine i.xpliei
111 II lew 11101110111. .uiui in" umiiki. v"l
tuln Lowe bened In the fe'deral nrmy with
distinction during the civil war and at the
ilosu ot the w.ii engaged In agricultural
puisiiiib and by close application amassed
un Independent fortune.
The remains were burled to-day under
the auspices of Tlndall post Nu. 29, of
which he has been commander eeial
t'owley louiit) Wbiut Proipttl..
Wlulleld, Kas . April l.'.-ISpecl il.) The
wheat nop in Cowley count Is In a very
piecuitous condition. 'Iho diy weather
still continues and the most illscuuiaglng
reports me lecelved il illy. 'Die lectin high
winds, which were well nlfe'h hot winds,
had much the suine eltcct us the bllzaid
In the eaily put of rebruarj, removing
all the loosu soil, und us they have not been
followed by till lain, have exposed the
loots lei tho sun nml lift It lu J Veil serious
condition. Trustees fiuui some townships
to the West und South as far as the Ar
kansas river, say that the best that can
be expected with the most favorable
weather, would be a fourth of a crop. A
c.it deal baa already bc ulawed uu
Sn the Vvldent" adduced and that ( J.v
crnor Morrill will not be slow In ousting
him f.onollU'o. On the otlie,-Jam how-
ntnl will In pi mi 1 wllh iitluv t tops The
piusp . nn i iilur of wheat ltii grr.illv
Htimuiati I th isptrlnicni nt the Kulllr
torn whose pirlniihii virtue lit ,ln ll
drouth ristMum pinpiuslili s. It will nlo
It lid n spuiiil ml list to tin rvperlniellt III
subsoiling i-i, cntiv liiitumiriited in this sec
lion NO MISTAKE WAS MADE,
I be Appointment of .Indue Vtnrlln to the
siipn ine lb nib Wimnl) lutlnritiil
bv I vi r.voite.
Tope kn, April 1.' IHpi I ll I There Is one
iippoltitinciit at least nuule bv tlovernnr
Mnnlll whii h o far has not rcteived a
sltuie udveise iilllrlun It is the appoint
ment of Judge Uavld Martin as gm crrmir
to Chief Ju-llte llnrton of the stipieiue
ctnitt The iinlsimtlon of llorinn and the
...i.. i ... tt.b.i.t i.... i , ti... . i.i. i
.,i'i",iiitiiiiiii i.i .iiiiiiii in.,. ,i.-ii .,.'- ......
tnpl of touversntlntt amnnit the public
mt . at Toprkn ln-ibiv and all agite that
the Ftdei tioh of Aim tin una rt Wle one
The llepubllcaus ptoresK to hive no Tear
..? .1... . I. . i... r..it.... ..... I
t'l till' IHtllllll tC llll II IIIIIC IIMIM. il'-v.
full It Is ititieiiltd that Jmlge Mm tin will
Jl'STIt 13 li.UllJ MAltTI.N
be uoniluntril to the position nnd his neorcl
as n lnvtr and i itletv Is such tint tin
li.ui i in milk, n winning light against
even a fusion of the Demot r.us and Popu
lists, vv lib h Is not at all llkelv to m t ur
It vn Impossible Iti night to setiue an
ai t urate blugtuph of the new i hlef Jus
tii e lie w is bom In Cit iwbi, Claik loiiu
t. t), Dminbcr li., IJS He attendeil the
cominoti schools of Ohio as a hoi. adding
a couisi und. r private tulois, anil at 17
begin wotk In a (louring mill, teaming tho
tl .iilf and wot klnr at It six vi.u During
the two last joins In the mill he studied
law at odd tline-s and afterwnids. while
teaching school, hci alo studied law At
the breaking out of the win be enlisted
und served In the U'lh Ohio luf.uiti.v .
which tin. ii pirt of the Ninth urtnv eolps
under tleuetul Jlutuslde 11" solved In
K'intuikv. Tt ntiessee nnd liglnli, and
w is .u I he surundti of Cninberl ind tiup.
He came to Atchison June .'. pir7, a ir
nfter he ind been admitted to practlt e bv
the supiiuit i ourt of Ohio He setvtd as
Justin or tin pt.iee tinting his earlv res.
tleiu e in Att liNon nml fiom tsTI lo IS71
was cltv attorntv. In lso he was t leetetl
Judge ot the i-tconil district and re-elet ted
In ivs, hut itsiuneil in I'sil to become .i
member of the law linn of Waggoner,
-Mai tin .t Orr
It Is now announced tint Judge Horlon
vclll bet tune i uieuibi i of the law linn of
Waggoner Hoi ton .V On, and will open
olllees ut Topek i. He will be eonueoted
here with the business ot tin Missouri
Man receipts us published still tall foi
cream of tart u and so, (( tho old-faslilom d
vvav of i Using Modern cooking and ex
pert cooks do not sanction this old wav
In all sin h rt 1 1 ipts the Itoviil llakiug
Powder should be substituted without full
KANSAS DEMOCRATS DUMPED,
The Appointment of ltievis us Kicelver at
JloilSe lt) ll s.ore lllow to
Washington April 12 (Sped ll.) The np
poltmeut of Mr A IS. lteevts of .Itihuson
Cltv . us receiver of the I mil otllce at
Dodge C It Is a kuotk-out blow to the
le ullng Demot rats of Kansas antl tin
blow was administered b the s, cielirv of
the Interior Ilx-Stnalor Mutin anil Pen
sion Agent Illicit ogi red that .Ml llimvii,
of Dodge Clt, should have the pi ice,
and at one time Secntarv Smith sent tu
the Wblte House the n e omiiiendatlou that
Mr. Hoover bo opiilutid Sonic d.ij s later
I nlted Stati .s Attornev I'env of Knns is,
an ived urincsl with piotests ng.ilst Hoover
from David Overinjn, .Miislnl N'i el and
oilier" He Indue id the secret irv to iceall
the recommendation it was ehatgnl tint
Hoover was not a Dctuoti.it hivlna- bten
lu the Populist business ror some '.irs.
'I hen P.w and his fi lends let oinme uded
the appointment or Colonel l.iwiiiice, ot
Cut tl. n Cltv, but two or tin divs itt r
tin illsiovtii.l tint -Ml LiHicn. e was
not un Improvement over Ilnovti, antl
The then let ommt ndt d Mi P. tlllon, of
Dodge Cit, wlin was knuwu to be nil
light ftuin a polltliul standpoint Secre
tin Smith Ununited that lie would recom
mend the appointment of Mr. Petlllon and
It looked like Uveimier. Pt rrv and Niel
would get their in in appoint, cl Hut it ap
pears that Colonel Utevts hid Millie, led.i
tlvis in ileoigii and he made the fact
known to some of thtiu that he wanttd
to h. icielvei of a 1 ind otllce Down In
(leoigli nothing Is known or a land olllt e-.
but the fait that Seeietare Smith hid nn
otllce to give out. piovldid the ptesltleiit
did not turn him down, vviih understood,
and inestntlv the setretary was notltled
that a man bv the name of Peeves, with
a (J.oigla pull, out lu Kans is wanted tin
place Theie was in ItniM'r elel.i Th"
stentirv this mninlng took the iitoin
meuilatlon ul Peeves to the White House
and during a private eoiifetente with tho
piesltleiit, asked Hint Mr lteevts be given
the olllco. '1 he appointment was announced
at on. e. ho the old time Demot intu of
Kansas weie turned down bv n istm of
a pull reaching down into the state ci
COLONEL HUGHES PROMOTED.
t'niirl-Murll.lltd b) tho 1'nps, He Is oiv
Major iieral of tlm Kiiiii N. !.
Topeka, K'as,, April 12 (Special ) To-day
novtrnor -Morrill appointed Colonel J. W,
K Hughe" major general of the Kansas
.Vullun.ll (Intnl. vice Percy Daultis,
leslgntd lleucrnl Hughes Is tho
Niitlumil On ml otlleer whom tho l'opullsts
tourt-iniitiabd and cashlned lor refusing
to obo the order ot Hovetnor I.tiwelllng
to rnnovo tho Hepulillcan houso fiom the
i.ipllo! building by ftuce Ills .appointment
now removes Hie stigma trum him und Is
approved b even Itepuhllcau lu the state
of Kansas, tleiier.il Hughes ha uccepted
CHARLEY LEASE'S SNAP.
Drew Pay nt Olithc us "AtsUtaiit .Matron"
anil Slgnnl I lie 1'uy Hull.
Topea, Kns., Apill 12. (Special ) (lovcrn
ot Mon 111 his 111 his posse sslon the piy
roll of the Olutho deif anil dumb usum,
which settles the dlsputetl point as tu
vv li liei cniricy i. "", i';' as us.
slstani matron at that Institution -Mrs,
Lease bus been ill using thu cliilge. 'Iho
pay i oil shows that oung Lease diew pay
ioi that position, nnd sl,'ued the ducuiueut
,13 "assistunt liiatiun."
iiousinioLDiiu iii.DCKs tiii; i:mi:.
(lot il leiuporar Pellet Irom I urlher lu
vrstlKUtloll by Ibn Coliiiiillli e,
Topeka, Kis., API II 12, (Special ) Sena
tor Househoidi i doesn't pioposo in bo In
vestlgulid If he Pin help ll and has ap
pealed to the rouits to block the game,
To-day he applied lo Jutlue Haztn of tho
district court for nu order of Injunction
restraining tho nieinbeis of thu Investlgat.
Ing committee fiom jiroceedlns with their
Investigation so Mr us he. Is cuiueuml
It was the purpo.o of thu committee to
Ijiiu Hie ventilation ot the nillciul lecord
of Hoiiseholdei next week, but as Judge
Ilazen Ins granted a. temporari injunction
the committee will now have to watt until
the legal question U settled.
Ono legged UlryilUU to Itnec."
New York, April 12 Charles O. Kllpat
rick, the one-legged blcjcle rider, has uu
thorUed the Aineilcaii Wheelmen to ai
range il match hetwcni himself and J. 11.
Cunningham, of hracine, N. Y, lor a
seilis of laces ta dcteiiulne the oue-leggetl
championship ot Aineiica. The lecoul (or
one-legged ilders against time Is 3.07. now
held b Kilpatilck. The dlstauco will bu
uue-quurter, one-half und one lutlc, to bu
kua et tied by the L. A. W. mien.
1 1 j
THE WAR ABOUT OVER
swim I'l.u i. .vi.iti; vnv iniv i.itixn
(l Lit t ULNA AMI iltMNi
AN UNDERSTANDING REACHED.
ilU'VX. .ltl IMIIIII x I Mil llll 1(1
JIAKi: sovli: t IIM'l.svI.S..
THE RUSSIAN BEAR GROWLING,
W II I, I Illtl'lltl.V OPI'llsi: .IVVIA I ION
ll .IVI'.VS tll'.lM.Vlll! I l.liltl IIIHV.
Ituasla Will Not liiterfi'ri' lu Artm id ,ti
AITulr., In Ordi r to lucre ic llir
I'ri.tlgeln the far I'iisI 1 1 nn.
nn Whli h Pi at ii Will lie
WiihhliiRton, Apt 11 12. Olllcl.il ndvltcs re
ttlvtd at the Jupaticsu Icgutlon lo-diy
from Japan Indicate that an understanding
has been reached bttween the Japanese
and Chinese plenipotentiaries, und that tho
news ot the iletlnlle conclusion of peace
inav be expected ut any lime
The enct teims ot the peato tan not n
et be ascertained, but It Is understood
that 111 itspoiiso to the lepeatcil miuests
of the Chltn se pb ulpotcntl.il les roi an
nbatement of the demands oilglnnllv uiiiile
bv thiin, tho Japimesu pleulpoteutl tries
hnve giutited some concessions
lltltf as the foi i going ini'i-sigc Is, n
luniks the close of the Jap iii-Chlnii w n,
limriiir the pussilillll, of ionise, ot somo
unexpected hitch ut the list mum, ut. The
uniiouncemeiil of Hie evict t, mix of pi ai o
Is vet lo come, but Horn what Is known of
'he tiigoll itlons thus lar the geiienil li i
'.iii o of th" pinto is cv lib lit It vviih nih
il llh aunoiiuiiil Unit the dims being In
sisted on were us follows
I'lrst Intlepeliiltiicu of Corel
Seiond Ptiinancnt cession of the Island
uf I'oimosa to Jap m
'I bird Indemnity of . 0i,OJM I icls, Chi
I'omth-P. rmniii nt occiqiatloii of Pol t
Aitlnn and the Immetli ite suiioundlng lei
illoiv null A new Jiipan-Chlna tmitv open
lug China to i oinini ice
'I he two in ms which have caused Double
leeelltlv ate tin n I lllulli lit ui'elip itlon of
J'oit Ai thin und the plenum or '.mi,imiuO
l.iels While no oiliclil lnforinatlon Is
avail ible. and no state nient ivluitcvti ie
guldlllg the let ins ol pe lee call be uli
liiliuil. It Is piobiblu that It Is on these
conditions the Japanese pleulpoteutl it li s
hiivt, vleldecl Just how inuj h thev have
Melded on tin otcup itlon ol Poit Aithui
ni.iv have vltil i ousttineiiceH.
ii uiev nive iei,tcii it enlliei u moves
.lupin fiom nil uiciipani) ol the malm mil
I foi the stt itegle commaiitl of the llulf
I of Pe Chi Ll leidlng to Pe kin At one time
I .lap in was willing to oet upv Pint Artliui
foi i term of vears and tills mi be the
i middle gioiind ol ugtc,.mont, although It Is
neti'ss.ull conjiitui.il at piestni The
'purpose of a tenipurur occiij itlon. It is
I said, would be to prevent Chin i from re
arming .inn retaliating against Japan for a
teim of e.ns at least It the mnnev de
monded has been reduced little slgnineniiio
will attach to tho fact except that ll will
lighten Chlna'a burden.
Mlutfttcr Kiirluti's Mews.
Mlnlstir Knrlno, of Jap in, said tonei'jn
Ing tin .lapin-i'hlna pene uinkist m img
iinnnuiiceil to him b otllcltl c ible fiom
"The eablegiain H quite bib f and does
not lotlte tin- tonus tint dots It say tint
p '.ice as vet h is at tu ill) been agienl upon,
but that an undcist.indlng has Inn i. u h
e I between the euvo)s b which peace
seems assured. I have no doubt H this
tint we will hive a titatv of pt iei within
a few dais it uudnubttdU will bt con
cluded within the next stun duvs as the
uiiil'llci expli.s at the ind of tint time.
Should it not ariann'cd bv tint time,
there would probibl bt no dltlii ultv in
continuing a truce now th it i pe it e un ler
standing has been dellnlulv if n lied Tht re
in ly be sonn delav In .in timing the de
t ills of the new Jap in-Chln i lit itv is It
will cover all of the coniiniicinl Inuitsts
of tin two tounttles , ine ol Hi. most es
si ntl.il lit nis will 1- that of th i.uill
Heietorore tho Japanese tltiij h id " p. i n nt
on Chinese goods and un b r ill. iivimmI
nation cl.iu-e all otln l couiilib- vv.n t n
tltletl to the same i.itt Itut with Jap in s
new titatlts with the I'tilted Sims m. it
Iti It .1 1 u .and other loimtiles all of wlibh
contain the f.ivoml nation il.iu, it will
not longer be possible to give Chin i th
per tent rate "
Ml Kutitio said In the absence of d. Unite
word fiom his government as to tin t. mi
nt the peace und'istauiling he dlil not wish
to speculate on the Inins Ho legaub I it
as settled, howevii, lint he Isl md of Poi
iiiosa would he ptrm.mctitlv l.de.l to I i
pan That much had uln.ulv pi m i d. d In
jnnel the stige of eouteiition lb al-" con
sidereal the liiilenendoni e of Con v as set
tled This would leive iht iiuestion "f In
tlemnltv, of Port Arthurs estupailon aul
ol lutitie maty nri-ingenicnts is th. Mil,
Jt t Is on whii h the Japanos, 1. nlpnt, ml i
lies nnv have L,nnlcil sonu' totiit-sions
These tout esslons mi) applv to one oi th.
othei of the terms, tu to ill of them 1 ii
inlnistir Is hnrdl) pupated to beliet tint
theie K no oeeiipitlon of l'oit Aiihur It
is iinsslble thai a term of Vt.lls mat In
conctibtl Instead of pel main ut oitiipition
oi else that the extent suiiounding tin
stor) mi) be more restricted than was at
111 st contempt md
.Mr Kuilno takes a conservative view of
the conclusion of the no IL shales
tin. leellng of his t'ountivnien tl it .lip in
had won the right to expect mm h as tin
prlie of peace. The minister cnminunii ait 1
th" Inioimatlon fiom Japan to the stite
depiituunt during tile tin) It vvas a iht
the eublnet meeting, however, nnd Secie
tii) (iieshnm did hot common), ale the
lievv.s to his cabinet colle igui s Liter in
the day Piesldint Clevelind was Informed
Kims! i li. He ti riuhicd.
St. Petersburg, Apill 12 It Is state 1 on
exnlleiit nuihoilty that Itu.sli has detci.
mined to make diplomatic imposition lo I lie
nuiiexiitlnu by Jap in of nu) portion of the
Aslitlc itintlneut The Itusslun arni) and
n ivy in the far Hast me being relnfomd
with the view of siipoitliig litis dei ision
The Ilussl.m government has uDo resolved
not to Inlerfeio In Aim. nil in oi.lu to
have .i fren hand In the f.u Hist.
WAITS OI.NK.ItAl. Iliscr. XIVII.Il.
He Denies All nt the Allegations of the Al
ii gllors l.viept Prof mil.
Topeka, Kus . April 12 (Special) The
defense In the Wait Investigation closed to
d.t) with tho Itstlmoii) of the capt iln
himself He denied that h Ind evn
diawn mileage und per diem lor ineotliibs
of the baud of clnrlties which ho ha. I
never attended, und ill I act denied nil the
charged but one. Ho was willing to udmit,
bu Mild, that he sometime used prnl.inlt)
The committee iefued lo heur .iiguinenis
fiom llio liw)ers and will makti up thtlr
lepoit as soon ab the stenogiapher tan
Iranscilbf Ills notes The euininltteo will
next luko up the case ol Di. Knlbcrg, the
femiilo assistant supellutendeut ut the
A IIOltltlHI.t: AK'IDLM.
Mini In .1 1 roundry riiteloprtl In n loci
of Molten 1 ead.
Phllllpsburg. N. J.. April 12-Charlts
niihei. (iln, a molder at (he Wuneii l)iu
foiiiidiy, this cit. met with a it tl lido
death tills afternoon. While ho was as
sisting lu pour a ton of molten lion Into
u mold, the chain holding the ladle bioke
and Itlehenstf In was Jerked Into ii pit wlih
tho liquid iiietnl uu top of him. Ills c.s
weie burned nut und his legs and humls
were almost beveled fiom, the body. He
died In terrible agony an hour afiervvaids.
The gieatest adepts In the culinary art
nie p.inliular to use iho lloj.al llakiug
Potvdti only, und the authors of (he must
populai cook books and the teacheis of the
successful conklii-t schools, with whom the
best lesults are Imperative', uu caieful lo
Impress their readeis and pupils with the I
Importune of Its cxvluihcl cuijjlgj meut.
It NMS CIT1, Mo, Arllli l'ti
llrimnnrltr ir'IfnM'; .WlnlmiiM, ft?; mtit-
nil m, .'
i.il.ltf uc loo'i for the tMllitr to Ijt Mir uivl
The Harcsl Draperies.
i hi: miis f MiiAiibi: in i' siiin or t rs
KIMI i:Clt V I I I'MI'I l.ll I.N ot.it
tut vi'iuv Di.i- it i vu: i,
A t'olli, Hon ut til" Itlibest Orlelllill Drip-
Hi. Hug., ite.. I,, ('null, , Hon With
I luce of Ibn W i si, r,l Con-
'I'ho plans for this exhibition cx
traoidiuary now lieiiifj mado in our
Drapi'iy tlep.ii tiiicnt vveio iiiadu
uiniiths nio the cotli'ctinj; of thu
liohost and i.irost iJr.ipiirit'si which wo
I'oultl lind has resulted in tho as.
scuililino; hero of tlie most niaiiiti.
I't'iit iiotluotions of tlirt'o I'otitincnt.
And tin- yro.tt ioinl aliout this ox
hiliitinu is that these rare fabrics anil
luoduuliotis aie properly displayed
displayed as only vi can display
The Dr.ipeiy doptitinout has licou
so ariantteil cut nil on this sido and
that by heavy hangings that when
yon on tor this enelosud space jou
find youisclf in an Oriental booth
the air of which is poivadi'd with tho
odois of sweet somited incense.
The first thiii; that you'll notice
is that uiiiKiiilicout Kiuiich Tapestry,
"Tho Aiidicncf to the Ring," val
ue .ftlOO.OO. Then heie a pair of
Wussian I, tro Curt mis, valuo 1 AO.DO.
llnniNoiuc Satin iJatuasks, , I T.uO to
Jno 00 a vard, I.ouis XVI ami Maiio
Antoinetto l.aees, upwauls of ii.ii.OO,
r.uo Oiiental nigs licre and there and
also i iidi K.istoiu hangings.
Wi' have furnished complete four
little looms, within this inclosed
space, tin1 .tiiangemont being as the
re ppm '
If you would spend a thoroughly
enjoyablo half hour or so contu to
this exhibition to-day.
To-day tho yrcat K.istur s!tle
Hoys' Clothing, third Moor.
It's becausa we oiler you over
200,000 rolls of now Wall l'.ipor that
wo say you should sco this stock when
you're thinking of having any papei
lVc believe it )Ofsible
for 1fiousaii(ls of cus
tomers to come to oar
store, and for each, one
to nutke a jturchttso of
some article different
from that trhicli any
one else bays.
Jmayine tlie labor,
the care, the eternal
viyi lance required to
keep up such, a stock.
We nerer should be
able lo accomplish it
were it not for the fact
lit at our business isin-
t rusted to competent
persons only, trhose
hearts, tvhose brains,
whose hands, ivltose
time a re ours, to whom
we are ever debtors.
I-MURV, IIIkI), IIIAYi-tt es: CO.,
hi LCIsl)l!s 'ID
KANSAS IS.MV LICM l' I OMMP.M'HMl.M.
'Iho Programme for tin, I veri Iso II is II tu
( oiuplt led.
L.iwien. e, K.iE., April 12 (Sneclnl.) The
progr inline lot tonuueliceiiitnt wart cum
ploic'il to-ilu), ami is us follows:
Thursdii) Ma) lo t'limmwiicnient roll
ed! b Hie s he, I of music,
ruin 1 1) Jinn . Il.iev.il mieato seriuon.by
Jt. Willi"! ! 1 oil. uf Chleui'o.
Minn' iv nielli. Juno ,1 Alinu ll luldrtss by
Pi.-sl.Kiii Willi un llaiper, of the Unlvei
sliv of Chli.iho
TiicmIu uuuulng, June 1 Address hefoio
th- i huol of law, possibly b) ex-Senalor
'J'uesdu) night, June I Alumni address by
Piolissoi W 11 Cairuth.
W dut-iulii luuinliig -Coinuiencement ex.
erclscs and presentation of diplomas to the
gridutie t ol all dcpaitiiiiiits.
Ilcutli of ti-vilulaler Cainplicll,
Philadelphia, April 12. James II. Camp,
bell, fouueil) liiluislcr to Svvedtu und Nor
way, dletl slid lenly nt Ids home. In Wun,
Delavv.ue euiiuty. this state, to-tlay, n-iel
7J )tnis Hail) In llle he began to take jii
active pill 111 politics und III Ibll vvas one
ol the delei,alts tium till:, stale to tlm
Whig national loiiveiiUou ut L.iUIiiioid,
111 Isl I he was nude tho W'llU caiitlldatu
tor ioiin'ies!j In the I'h venthllstilct. and
was file ted, lu !, uivl liguiu In KSt.U. bv
which time lie was iliotuuglily uttlllatetl
with the Ittpubllcan pait), he was re
elected lo t oneness. In 1M he vvas up
pointed by Piesltleiit Lincoln, mluUter tcs
Ident to Swtsleu and .S'oivvay, u, poit
which ho lllled until Novembei. 1W,.
Mr. Alt lltle'llh ill Lets ll .Intl.
Washington, Apill 12. (Speclul.) James
Mtndeiihall, of Pviiy, (.'. T., was to-day
appointed teacher III thu Indian school ut
Seneca, ut 1.00J a jcar. The uppolntiiient
vviw mad under thv vhll aiJ