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TIIK KANSAS CITY JOCltiYAT,, FMIWY, APRIL 10 4 lWi.
KANSAS CITY, KANSAS.
These Firms Do Business Because They Advertise,
It "III )vivl
tin tii fum tm ft
' ItiR nn) llilncln
inp i-itrprr nml
I imiltiirr line
111 isttm. In mill '
nnneniber thttf Is
tin Keeley Institute
In Kansas (ilr. 51 o.
Itevs-nrp of Cheap
Imikntrr mir Mock.
(tit k fCII ,VlnneoftAT.
BELLE VIEW !
10 null, Inilitnen n
S. X. Simpson 5od,
Chamber ol Com. Illdg
NOTK Ot'lt . . .
647 Minnesota Ate.
ntxxl Work ut
W', T, QUARLES,
1 tvrrr nml
The tst ami Mfest
Hacks stall bourn
Horses well cared (or.
110(1 North Fifth M.
G, W, BETTS.
Justice of the Peace, '
Marriage ceremony I
publicity If K-qllMHrit.
Collections a specially.
DO YOU I
NEED A TRUSS?
Ilemember, wo carry
tlm largest and most '
complete lino In the I
cliv. nnd at prices to j
Tor the next sixty
ilaii 1 ulll Laumiry
I.aca Curtains at !3c
apiece, or fflo per pair.
II. f. vrtii.r. rrnp.,
Blh A- Mute sin..
Kansas I'll), Kansas.
(teal Estate, Iteiital
and Loan Apent. Iiae
some snaps in city re
alty and acre properly.
Wc want more tomes
In rent, as the iloniaml
1'OItTSMOl'TII INVKSTMI'.Xr CO.
Hup or "I mi of 'I ln'ir II irualtisi
6-room lottnKi-, W ft. ground, line location:
"room , two story house. ) ft. uround,
uplvniltil locution! price. Jl,."uo.
C-room Iioiikc. SO ft. ground, I blocks of car
line, price, Km.
, THIK AHK IIAHOAtNa, and ne have n
hook full of I hem. See us before you buy.
nRUGS. 514 Minn. Ave.
Tho Journal office has been b
removed lrom the Chamber K
of Commerce to the first floor K
of the Columbia Building at f;
Sixth streot and Minnesota
orE.vi.Mi or tiii: noutiii:asti:kx
KANSAS ASSOCIATION MIIUTIMI.
WELCOMED BY J. K. CUBBISON.
it was an i:i.ooiii:nt and imtkiotiu
Aiii)Ki:ss in; di:i,ivi:i;i:i).
The nrspnnsp. Too, Was rntcrtaliilliK ami
Appreciated by tho Aiidleiue l'rt'1-
dent Hunter Submits Ills Annual
Itcport Strikn Settled.
The fifth annual meetlnpr of tho North
eastern KunsdH Tcnvlioib'AsEculdtlon lh now
In fes-Mon In this cltj. Tho u.-sixlutloti Is
composed of the school teachers In eleven
of tho modt populous counties of tho Sun
flower state. About lou vlsltlnp: teachers
arrived In the (.-US' List evening and as
many more arc expected to-day. The con
entIon Is being- held at the rirnt Pieshy
terlan chinch. Tho fliht teMlon was' held
last evening nml tho large church was
tilled to Its utmost c.ip.iUt. It was ns In
telligent nn audience as cer assembled In
tho city. Tho contention will close to
morrow. The programme for the nesnlons,
ns printed In tho Journal jcsteulay morn
ing, will be c.iriled out.
The meeting opened lust r.Uht with a se
lection on the pipe organ by Professor M
nard Krelser. This was followed villi In
ocatlon by tho Jtev. Dr. 11. O. llenden
hall. The addiess of welcome was deliv
ered by representative J. K. Cubblsou. Jle
r. Chairman, Ladles, Gentlemen nnd
Members of tho Northeastern Kansas
Teachers' Association: Kansas City, Kas.,
rui;rfiDi:.NT s. J. ltt'NTnn.
creels joti this evenlus. We trust tho
pleasure Is mutual, beciiuce we realize that
your visit will be n benclit to us a benelll
because of its lutluenco.
"The gatherlnu of bright minds In any
community always leaves an Impression
In that community for good, What Influ
ence Is so potent n-i that of tho teacher?
Tho teachers in tho jonimoii schools of
this land In a laj 'egrcc. contiol thu
destiny of tho rep ,
"A republican foim of goternment like
ours has for its foundation the hi-aith-stone
and the tommon school. Any action
that tends to destroy tho homo and home
Influence Is a dlrt-cl blow at our govern
ment, and any man who attempts to lin
ped or destroy our common school sys
tem Hssnssinitea liberty and should bu
cop lered an enemy uf thu republic.
le one has aptly said, 'the hand
that locks the cnull'i is the hum that
rules the woild.' With equal propilety
we might add, the mind thai uachcK the
children swins the future o( the upubllu.
"duppose, for Instance, that the teachers
of this land should for ona genei.itlon
I'ach the doctrine of the ilUIno light of
Kings, the next geneiutlon would Km a
monarchy built upon tho ruins of the
greatest republic that ever existed. IMu
catlon, flee speech und free religion ate
the basic principles of u free government,
What science ond song wue tu (Jri-ece.
what war and law were to Home, so are
Intelligence and patriotism to (he Aniei.
"The child leaves its mother to enter the
public school, but the teachings ami In
fluence of that mother follow that child
even to the utmost ends uf the tarth; so
the American taught boy tarries with him
wherever he may chance to loam, the In
fluence and teachings of the common
schoolr or our land, iluw Important then
that our schools shouli teach llugllsh in
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U,S, Gov't Report
E. S. W. DROUGHT,
!intrvir In Kuiisus It- l'i whig SUM,
llh St., Cor. OaUand Ave.,
Telephone Itt.VI. KANSAS CITV, KA.
WINDOWS, DOORS, MOLDINGS,
iCIIOMj anil IIXNll.-HXVIMI nnil TIIKM.NO
XX r in ike n teprelittlr of Mitlr lliillillng,
Hunk lniiiitrm mill Ollitp I'luurr.
Tim "hurt Order
Kver?tlitn! cl-tan and
neat. IlomeinAil Vic.
fti Open mull U
Irn Oram nml
ltt Sill llllml
o cmcK cacti night.
OlH Mlnnr-ntii At p.
Zr Gutters Leak
do ro .
Sthanti A mnaola Ay.
1 1 nil.
B, Plymouth Rock
Iltfgs, II tnllpcr 1.".
!! blocks wst ami !
blocks north (juln.laro
St. "I, road
Clean House. wall papIj.
l'utoit new u.iltna. HUU.v muuluihu,
per. p.ilut your ilnell. I PAIER HANDING,
Inc. lliiiploy only Ilrst- .., ,.ri,.Mi
cl.ua worn men ' ' ' ri'0"
lliirsonr I'iiIiiIs WorU Done
il'iipernr i -atisr.)ctorlly.
W. P. WHIT&,E.HOr.UTH,
5111 Minnesota Am 5111 JllntiFsnln Itr.
A 6o candle
Less than i
cent per hour.
Wyandotte Oas Co.
111. I Mllll. IhlStPdllld
all Its pristine beauty of Idiom nml ex
pression, nml how much more Importnnt
that ou teachers should Impress upon the
minds of the chll.licn the Kieat lesions of
Ainerlean patriotism. Our school children
should be taiiifht to spell llbeity, to read
the stoiy or Hunker 11111, nf Yorktown, of
Celts sbui-g and of Appomattnv The pages
of their leaders should contrast the ex
ample of Ilenedlet A mold with that of
l.corge Washington, tho examples of Jef
ferson Davis with that of Alitahnm l.ltv.
coin. 'J hey should be taught to study a
geogiaphy which recognizes the Atlantic
ocean as the boundary between inonnn-hles
and republics, nnd thus uul In lite have
Impressed upon their minds tin- full foice
"'' ,'ilnnroo Doctilii"' that no monarchy
should ever obtain i foothold on the Amer
'They should so Americanize the i:n
?.,.?,. i.MnR!WKe ,.1,nt l,s. voc.ibiil.iiy would
t o ! ,inem.1.,tr ""' ,"or'1 l'e-nnt nor king.
'.?.',.r ,limet.'.? "lK't I" "r schools should
recognize neither the addition of spoils nor
ih0MUiWo.n ! I'lun'ler. The tlilldien
should bo taught to -lug 'America,' -Tit.'
Mar Spangled Uanner.' 'Columbia,' ami
other patriotic songs, while over tho school
house should nuw that banner whose
stats lielomt to heaven and whoe stripes
rc.l.'T.?s''n,t,' 1P h,0'lr-on ot tl11' morning.
. ?i.r i"1",?, ol!lldr,n "houlil become ac
ialnled with the ll.ig qf our couutiy and
what It reprcents. They honld be taught
that the schoolhouse keens 'OH ttlorv" In
the heavens, while (11,1 Olorj- protects the
schoolhouse. What sight more Inspltlng or
prophetic than the little school children
iiiiiiiK "un ijamoue steps iieneiin the
mlnlatuie folds of our country's starry ban-
" "Swiet baby hands caressing
Ihe ted anil white, the blue,
Small lingo, small hands, great blessing
hlnce to the stock th.-y'i" true;
Nn henil Is lost, no soul nilplaced.
llui leacly fur llle's story:
Oh. baby stars, oh, tiny stripes.
Je repie-(.nt old tllory."
"Sin. -ly the responsibility ot the teacher
Is gieat, but gleat Is the prnleslon; great
iLi",,"".tl.,e la,v- ''ecuus.. tin, law simply
decides between men, and settles their dis
putes; greater than medicine, because med
Iclno at best Is but nn experiment, whose
success depenils upon the nuive. the au
dacity and the genius of the phj-lelan;
greater than the busine-n man, li. aitse he
iCLOgnl.es but om- principle, protlt, and
worships but one Idol and Unit a golden
calf, (.reat almost as the mlnlstrv, because
too often the pulpit Is but the mouth
piece of the pew, and et we expict the
minister to point the way to the other
shore of that unknown sea that never vet
on ans wave has boino tho Image of a
"The teacher, however, If trilo to his
calling, has within his keeping a greater
charge than have cabinets or kings, as
they control but the political detlny of an
hour or an epoch, while the teacher. In a
lepubll.- like ouis, shapes and illieets the
lives of tlm coming geneiatlon, and thus
controls the fiituio of the nation.
" 'As a pebble, dropped In thu billowy deep
May cause vast waves on a fotelgn shun:
So, ic-icher, If your power be wielded well,
lltcmlty. alone, Its fiults can tell.'
"A few dajs ago the old Iron chancellor
of Germany celebrated his both birthday,
and fiom nil puts of that great einplie
came the people til p ly their respects to
the man ot blood and Iron who had ce
mented tlm Geimnit states Into a mighty
emplte. In .nUliesslug these delegations
l'rlnce Illsinaick bald 'CUnnany owes htr
mighty emplie to the teachers In her
schools, for they made possible her gteat
ncss bv teaching the love of the fathei
laml to tho children In hei schools.'
"In (leimany tho schools are under di
rect conttol of tho government, and her
teat-hers are a part of the government,
the ".-line as the soldier nnd the civilian
who holds olllee under civil servlui rules.
"Hud I the power to make a luv 1
would enact a statute, putting all the
common schools of Kansis under the di
rect cnntiol of tho slate I would then
ulse tho standard of examinations, and
nil those whu deslied to enter tlm sen ice
ot thn state as le.ieherH should lit st take
an oath that they Intended tn make teach
ing their piofesslon; they should then bo
teiiulied to pass competitive examinations,
which should bo conducted under cltll
setvlto rules, and when once their seiv
Ices vvete accepted by tho state tbey could
only bu temoved for cause. These teach
ers should then lecelve a sahuy coin
mensurnle with thtdr profession. All
teaeheis should he retired at t.i) years of
ago on half piy tor thu balance, of tlu-lr
lives, nnd that's the Mini of a Top." I um,
"The uinuners and ninthods of teaching
have, been, and are being constantly lin
piovod. but thu svsteni itself has failed to
keep step with tho age. While, we letaln
this gieat common school system tlnough
out the land, our couutiy will stand eieet
among the nations of thu eatth, fearless
and unfetteted, her btovv blooming with
tho wreath of science, her pithway strewn
with tho offerings of alt, the extremities
of earth acknowledging her name, her
Ileitis waving with the fiults of agtlciilt
urc, her ports alive with the contributions
of commerte, the hieuth of heaven bless.
Ing her Hag, her homes Illicit with happi
ness and prospetlty, hir land with peace
und plenty, and her people proud of her
matchless histoiy ami achievements, When
asked whence came such gteutness. will
say, from tho Intelligence and patilotlsiit
taught In the common schools or our laud.
"Kansas City, Kas opens her heait to
you to-night and giiets you at the
threshold, What Is ouis Is yours. With
Just this admonition, the odor fiom the
packing houso Is healthy and the joints
aio now all over In Kansas Clly, Mo."
alls Seott's Hesiouse.
The address nf welcome wtis responded
to by Miss l.llllun Scott, ptlnclpil of the
normal department ot Halter university.
".Mr. 1'ilnclpal and Irlends of Knnsus city.
"Over the trlplu dootvvays of a tathedral
In an old Italian city are three Inscrip
tions spanning the niches. On the one
enwreatheil with tosis Is written, Thut
which pleases seems but toq btlef,' Over
the other a cross with the words, 'That
which irouuleth Is but for a moment.'
Over the great central archway, cat veil In
snowy matble, 'That which Is Important
lives fotever.' ,
"Such, iiiuthluks. will he the opinion of
someone this evening. That which lias
pleased seemed but too btlef, The present
i .t tut' m r-
V, I WOllll
'tiKill irlHiri nil
PnW 111- IllloVhi f.. I lllllf U nil) lil.llilll)
flu Klnmnnr of notelly ts but lleeflmt
'The svi t.t truest pl'n-irp an- oft
ener those whih we from ulom nr fre
nuenn rtppit The llonr thnt greet us
from lap nnjsMe dirfer not nt all fiom
those of fornipr sprlnas Wp knew they
would i nine, coVerlmt plnlit und lililliitt
In hadv nonk et their welcome I
is slniere ns If they had tmvpr before
' The d.tllv greetlnirs of life toce none of
their nttrai tivenes by being nft repealed.
They rather guin until the day loses mine
nf Its lulghthesslf vvr meet them not. Si
It was, after nil. a wise nml kindly thouirht
that In these meetltms of tenilieni and
ft lends, there should bo a time, for a
Kiectlng given by thop who open their
tunrts nnd homes lo the ronurx, nnd they
In tmn should snv a vvotd of rosponsp.
"Wo cnnip to ou from our busy wotk
shnps, whele we, with earnest lipnrls and
willing hniids, tire endeavoring to nld thoe
rommitled to our tair, to make ready for
citizenship, to rl to true tnnnhood nnd
wom-iithood lleallr.lng itin Impnrlmn-e of
our work, nnd doiiblv lonsrlous of our neoil
of ntliess wo assemble here, luiL ns enme
pelinlst litis said 'To show our mutitnl
woes nnd drop the s inp.vthtrlnir tear," nor
after Hip llabv Ionian fashion (not vet i-v-
um ti to presenile tor eiicn inner our ra
vorlte remedlfs, but we come lo ioiwspI
together, to receive ncour.Kteinent nnd
luspltiitlon. Ue loik for mueh in our as
soilallou together nn-l for tntuli In meet
ing with Sou.
"Wo come not ns strangers to a strange
land, but ns thoe who entile again to their
own, for from the smallest school house
that decks the simnv plain, to the stately
high school In the capital, has It not been
told, how In those vnrlv duvs when Kan
sas was the vantage ground of freedom,
those ploneets w hoe iinmes wp love to
honor met here In Hint memorable mini.
nn r of '. and framed that i-mietltiitlnn
whleh gave to the I'nlnii the fairest ot
the xlstethood, unstained by the foul blot
of slav-iv We recall thoe who have ever
upheld the standard then uplifted. In
stead of the Utile village of the convention
we see a gtent metropolis, with a new
name, yet we, like Aladdin of old, nre not
silt prised The genius of Kansas does ever
"There are many, many lensons why wc
are glad to come In your city, nnd you have
lo-nlght, In your geni'iotis welcome, given
to us nnother. We nre glad that wo nre
here. We ncccpt jour klndlj welcome. Wo
thank vou for It."
l'tofesor Ktelser then favored the audi
ence with an Instrumental solo on tho pipe
President Hunter's Address,
l'rofeor S J. Hunter, president of the
association, then dcllveied his annual nd
iliess. He poke for thirty minutes on the
Importance of uciiulrlng a good education
and pointing out the way ot educating pu
pils. It w.ls nn Interesting address and
was greatly appreciated. 1'rofissor Hun
ter, although it nting in in. Is one ot the
brightest editcalots III the Kansas public
Mr. l:. D. Speck and Dr. II. I. l'arr then
tendered a vocul duel which was well le
ceived. At the cloe of the meeting lat night,
I'n-ddont Hunter appointed the following
ItenliitIons Superintendent J. V. I'ealrs,
of Douglas county. MKs Itogers, of lcnv
cuwntth, und 1'rlnclpal Nation.
Auditing William Davidson, of Topekn:
Geoige Hose, of Kansas City, and Profes
sor lloeiishell, of Ilolton.
Awnidlng Pbrnrv Supeilntendont Gar
ner of llrown loiinty; 1'rofcss-or Myer.
of Hnldwln, and Principal C. A. Shlvely, ot
The ollicers of the association are: Pres
ident, S. .1. Hunter, lllllnghnm: xlco presl
dnt, K. 11. Heath. Ilolton; secretary, Mrs,
!' I!. Sliiscr, Kstiat City, troasuicr,
Anna lion man, l.envcuworih.
DCATII Ol' .lAMCs Jl. IIADI.HV,
All Olil and I'romliif nt tlttfclt Dies of
James M. Ilndley, an old nnd respected
cltlen ot this ell, died at his home. 7IS
Harnett avenue, sesterday morning nf
pnialvsK Ho was 7s. jcuts old. The tu
neial will take place liom the family res
idence to-morrow afternoon at - o'clock.
Mr. Ilndlej- was born at Hudson, N, II ,
October 17, 1SI7, and III 1SI! ho mairled
.Miuy Ann Darling, of that tlty.
He resided for some years In Kumney,
N. II., xvhete he was engaged In manufact
uilng woolui goods. While thete ho also
built a patt of tho Concord & Montreal
ralltond, and was a large stockholder In
that load. In the Ws lie moved lo North
i rn New Hampshire, wheie ho built the
White Mountain rullioud, tunning fiom
Wells Iilver, Vt . lo Little. N. 11 In ly,fl
he and two others bought the I'rawford
house at the White Mouninlii Notch, und
operated it for thiee veins. He went to
Pott Wayne, ind., In 1-!;, and was gen
et. il superintendent of the Pittsburg, l-'ort
a tie it Chicago rullioad. lu that serv
Iie he Instituted many re tonus lu i .il lro.nl
sttvleo and inauiigement. Tho town of
Hnilley, on that toad, In Indlina, Is mimed
In lvi he moved, with his family, to
Palmsra, Wl and thiee jeais liter to
.Maishall county, Kas, near Hlue Kapids,
where he lived on n faun, raising stock,
etc., until 1SS1, wlu n he sold out and moved
to the house In vvhlih ho died. He K the
lather of Mis H II Smith, of this tllv,
und Mrs.. H D. Jlimkett und ilr. .1. 1'.
lliulley, of Kansas City, Mo.
lie was a man of exceutlonallv strong
mind, was sii'iessful in buslnets ami hail
ae, umiilited a tompetent.s.
Tho ilet eased was ot a famllv noted for
their longevlij. Ills father died at the
age of 77, his mother at the age of 7a, Ills
oldest luolher Is m), and all of the family of
sevtti. Iirothera and sistcts, are now living
Mrs. Ilndley, who survives him, Is ie
niaikiitilv strong In mind and bmlv. She
Is also of u lamlly noted tor tilth lougevlt-.
tier oiucst sister uusi last jeiir at the age
ot &? Another sister Is uoiv living In
Itumney, N. II., nt the nge ot Si. She is
.Mr. nnd II i. Ilndley relcbratod their
llftlelh wedding iinnlversars two seats ago
In .Mas", and a very lurge tompany of
ftleiuls and telatlves gathetid at their
.MOI.HHItS lilll'I'UN TO WOliK.
rl rouble at the ltlveii.ide Iron Work satls
riutorlly Ailjiisli d.
The trouble between tho nmlders and
the managers of the Klversldo linn Works
Company has been adjusted and the foity
suven strlkeia will lelurn in work this
The men went out on n sttlke last Mon
day tho cause of which was notice nf a
r dilution In the winking bonis per day.
They had been working ten houis per day
up in the time ot the shlke. The com
pans Issued a new schedule to go Into ef
fect Munduv changing tho wotklng bonis
of thu motji'is at their plant fiom ten
hours to nine per das'. When tho new ol
der was posted the. men leriieed to go to
work ami foi ty-soyen men, Including all
the molders, went out on a sttlke, Yes
tciday Suite l.ibor Commissioner W. (1.
lllrd and President l.ee Johnson of the
trades assembly of this cits, walled upon
Piesldeiit .Mat tin, of Die lion WotkH Coin
pan', and satisfactorily adjusted the ttou-lilt-.
President Muilln stated to a Jourml re
porter that on account ot an acciiiuulntlon
of ordcis tho men would work on the ten
hour schedule at pit-sent, but that the
company had ejiptossly tiecl-iied that It
should rescue thu light to change the
schedule to nine bonis a day, sl. das per
week, or to ten bonis a das', live das pet
week, "when It deemed sueh change peees.
Din: in A l.oiliiltv I'ltl.i:.
Why ii Colored Couple Could Not Lite
The dlvoice suit of lleiijanilu Ptauklln
against his wife, .Molllo lVauklln, colored,
was tried in the district (iiurt ststerday
Illuming and resulted lu the dectce being
grained tn the defendant. Thu divorce
suit was the nutgiowth of the good luck
of thu J-'iunklliis In diavvlug S.',,i."0 In a
luttcts'. Thu couplo were mauled nt Mem
phis und whllu living theto 1'iankllii put
chased. il ticket III a lotteiy, 'I he ticket
drew JV.OiO and the money was paid. Soon
after thu rraukllns eamo to this city an. I
pllie-liastd two lots and a house on P'lee
man avenue, near Thlid street, The lest
of the liiones' wus deposited In a local bank.
At the Hlul the plalntllT claimed thai tlm
lottery pilze belonged to him and that his
wife tlte-w the money tiom the bank and
ufteiwuiil compelled til lit to leave home
Mrs. riankllii denied that the piize ever
belonged to her husband. She Elated that
the lottery ticket was pmehused with $1
which she turned by washluir. She ad
mitted thut she iltew the money out uf the
bank, but said she pjt it In u bureau
drawer und thut 1'raukllii lound t and
I'iloill) of tlcirtgugt lletlileil.
The suit of J, L. Cioier against N. Mc
Alpine, to recover 3l.oO und foreclose a
mot lease on some illy property, was
Hied In the district court sesterday. There
was contest as to the piloilly of moil
gages. Mr. MeAlplne borrowed Ml.uoQ of
Iho I.ombaid Investment Company and
cave, that con tern a mortgage on tome
propel ty. Th mortgage, was sold to .Mr.
C'rozicr, of Philadelphia. Ten thousand
It Inn f it n i i
ImiKitiiiiir I- ( i ,
on h tn-i ii it i ti i
lollars was pit M on Hip iiiorlRaRp by the
1ntntirtls) and Crorlrr returned Hint
amount of debi nliire bunds to it ThM left
,V.l,i due him He tiled suit to fnneloso
cm the propertv and Hip l.ombird conipnny
lalmed Hint the n.urt morlgilgp which
II held should lie held as a tltst lien
ns,ilnt Hip proper! The tonrt held that
the Crorler inorlguitp was the llrst Hen
ami R.ive the plnlnlltT Judgmi-iit
sustained tie Ititgliiepr
The inininlttep nppolnled by Mas or
tbirnes a few das befiire Ins wave up the
oillcp In Investigate Hie ilvirRfs made
against City engineer Hills by Sidewalk
Contractor II. S Wheeler, hm Hied Its
report with the city clerk. .Mr, Wheeler
rhatged that I. Ills condemned some lumber
In a sidewalk built bv him which was
mueh better than that which the enRlnier
allowed another contractor to use. The
rommlttee has submitted a report, in
which the m tlnn uf the engineer In con
demning the wnlk built lS Wheeler was
Ilotiils It III llnil Itenili s,..
W A llirtioll. Western ngent for Spltrer
& Co , bond broker", of Toledo, t) , was
In the c Ity yesterdav making Impilrles ,
unuiii ine issiip tn nouns io ptv jieiK
inents now- pending ngalnt the cits. It Is
ihoit--!it the Issue will lie In the neighbor
hood nf SV'.uli) and will tun not to exeeed
ten seats at 5 per cent The Issue will
Ptohuhlv Und a tends mirket, as Mr
Harnett Mated that Kansas sermltle were
considered good h) l'ntern c.ipltnllsts.
The bonds will be re.ul Tor snle lu about
liree At itMge tif rtit.llfits.
W. T. Imncnn, n fuimer living near
Mlltule, Knlil sesterdav Hint there would
bo iihnnt fi.i0 mute ncres plnuteil In ik1ii.
toes than last sear. The Kaw valley farm,
em. have round potato rnlspig ipilte prollt
able, ami simiip farmeis are pll ng up
su.all fortunes at It I.ust ear there w,-re
about f.,iM at re of isitatcies planted In
Wsandolle riiunty and ll.c yield was over
An t'lisiiflsiletl mil I or.
Webb-I'reyschng Mercantile Com
pany brntighl suit sesterday In the court
or common pleas against I . J. Itelchert
and H. S. PelersOfl li,flrf. In nr-oti.e ii
stock of gi ills' furnishing goods und ho.
lions, carried by the defendant Itclchitt.
it is ciiiltueil ny the plalntllT that It is nil
UUxntl-slli-'l eredllor nnd vtnnts possession
nt the stock. The stock was ntnehed hi
'the Vlatrliunnlal .ttartcrt.
Prolnte Judge Angle yesterday m-itrlfd
J J. floff, aged "J seals, and Nellie j.nv pr
ick, aged 111 seats, nf Argentine; and nlo
l.nnls Mason, aged 3J sears, and Henrietta
Johnson, nged .'7, both or Kansas Cits',
Mo. A mairlage license was granted to
-Max I.lehvllr, aged 31 vears, or Kansas
Cits'. Jln and Anna llagnrty, aged -'3
Seats, of this city.
New Coniiulsslnii Com puny.
The Swlngloyllolromb Commission Com
pany Is the name of the new companv
started by cx-Justlce of the Peace Sn lug
ley und his clcilf. frank Holcomb, nt the
corner ot Third street nnd Minnesota ave
nue. Thev have bepn gianteil a chatter
under the Kansas laws. The company has
a capital stock of fJS,ui
I.eetlire bv W, W. Thntnis, ,lr.
The Hon. W. W. Thomas, Jr , delivered
one of the most Interesting Injures at the
Tabetnacle last night listened to this sea
son. Thero was u large nnd appreciative
luioieuce 1-Oinposeu nimtisi. oi siweiles. Itie
subject was "Sweden anil the Swe-iks."
The lecture Is a new one and very Inter
esting. llroke Ills Cnod Klght Arm.
Will McMullen, a farmer living west ot
this city, bloke his light arm ycsteiday
while uttemptlng to get into his wagon.
The arm was set by Dr. J K. l.ulz.
Jack Haggerts'. traveling salesman for
the lieiiy Manufacturing Companv, Is ly
ing at the point of death in a hospital ,,t
I'eoila. Ill He Is sulteilng fiom lirnln
A slxtv-llve foot flagpole has been erect
ed at the London Heights school house
The Hag was purchased by the pupils ami
thes feel vers proud because the' have
the tallest II lgpolo of any school In the
A. W. Utile yesterday transferred his
home on Washington avenue to C, W
Tilckett, rashler of the Wyandotte Na
Maigntet, the S-s'ear-olil. daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. e.'hnrles l'lam, 'died Wednesday
evtiilng of scarlet fever, at the family
home, f.12 Hvitelt avenue.
Pinlessor Dunlap ilellveied an Inteiestlng
nddiess last evening nt tho l'lrst Congre
gatloual church on "Charles Lamb." The
lectin e wns given under the auspices of
the Y. P. S, C. H. of that chinch.
The members of the I'nlon Club enter
tnlned their lady friends nt their hall Inst
Di. Sehuvler C l'lllott has purchased the
tine tesldence of Mae Atmstiong. at SIS
Aimsttuug uveiine. The consideration has
not set been made public.
lames Wade, aged SS sears, died vester
dav of drops at his residence, -0.W llal
leek .itcnue. The date of the funeral has
not et been set.
The remains of Mr. Callle Noble w-eie
bulled 111 Oalc Grove cemeteiy yesterday
Lee Duncan, a young- farmer living near
Qiilnd.'iro. was anested ycsteiday bv c,m
stable Tllleiy on the chaige of felonious
assiuit on nis wne in- is ciiargi it with
drawing a revolver on his wife and threat
filing to kill her. He was released on f:l
Tho Hey. W. r Guns.iulus will deliver
his celebrated lecture "Savonarola" at the
I'll st Presbslerlan church to-night. The
lecture will be n most Interesting one. Tick
ets will be on sale at Mauudei's, llomuth's
and J. C Ilorlon's
Word was received b' relatives In Ibis
illy sesterday of the death ot .llmmic
Hoot, the 15-ye.ir-old son of Mr. and Mis
11 cl. Hoot, formeils of this cltv. The
family Is now living nt Whlleh ill. Mont.
Hts ftenth was due to an attack of grip.
Ills brother, Claienro Hoot, was killed In
ibis city by a dummy engine In thu Minne
sota avenue tunnel about two ye-ars ago.
The cougiegutlon of the Third llaptlst
chinch of this clly has passed resolutions
commending their lotmer pastor, Hev A
II. Stole, on his pisinrlul work, itcv Mr
Suite Is now- nt Ills old home near London,
l.'ngland, and Is preaching In the llaptist
church there. Ho will piobably leluin to
this clly soon.
Walter Dixon was anested yesterday on
the charge of stealing harness. When ar
rested he was uttemptlng to dispose nf a
set of single harness to a second-hand deal
er. Tlm Lyons elnlms that the numcss
belongs to htm. Dixon will be tiled In po
lice com t this mornliu.
An Old Polks' comeit will be given by a
chorus of thlity voices under thn leader
ship of It. D Speck, at the Tabernacle on
the evening of .Mas' 2. The concert will bu
given under tho auspices of thn Y. M. C.
A., and the chorus will be the sume an Iho
one which reudeied such beautiful music
at the Y. M. C. A. seivlccs on I'astcr Sun
day. The clly treasurer nnd clly cletlc are
ptepailng their reports for the S'oar end
ing Apt II 1. The reports will be submitted
to the council at Its next meetlnsr
Mrs. Maty C, Wl!llam. ot Davenport, la.,
arrived In the cltv yesterdav, und Is the
guest of Mrs. W, St, Charles,
Mr. Hut Chailes left yesterday for a
trip tlnough Southern Kansas,
Charles Mc.Mllllan, uf Qulncy, 111., Is visit.
Ing friends In tnli city.
(ins Neubert. Jr., of Wellington, Kas., Is
visiting his tuther, (ins J. Neubeit, ot this
M, V.. Ilottrland and family, of St. Joseph,
hive it-inoved to this city, and will live
at 2I-M North rremunt avenue,
J W. Dunn, of Ottawa. Kas.. In the
cits'. He Is tho guest of his brother, Conn,
cllman, W. N. Dunn, J, . ilium Is oil lu.
spector for the Union Puelllo Itallwuy Com.
Ml Car rin I.cmmou Seriously Injured by
Jumping lrom I lie Hack nf
Miss Carrie Leniuiou, daughter of Mr.
and -Mrs. David Lemmon, of South Coy
street, met with a palnlul uccldeiit Wtluis.
day evening while out horseback riding.
She wus mounted on a hluh spirited animal
and, while riding aluii,' Shawnee HVe-nue,
thu liuiie became, frightened at a paine
street car and ran ai.ay. She was un
able to contiol the horse, and, becuiulne
iiluimed, she Juuiijtd lrom the saddle ut
the corner of Psle street. Her head struck
a sewei manhole, Initiating a sev'e-le scalp
wound. Her knee und one urm weia al-o
badly bruised. She was leinoved to her
hume, wheie Dr. Nnsou was summoned,
und diessed the Injuries. She wus rvsllnt:
easily yesterdas', und her physician thinks
she will soon iccover Miss Lemmon is a
prominent South side society lads', und her
misfortune will cause much legrct among
her many friends.
The rtev. (5. V McCane has gone to
Kmerfon, la., where he will make an effort
to be reinstated as a minister in the PrC3-
bSlerinn elutr. h l (he prc-sbitery nt that
tiolnt He -ads i, oiiipunlcd by D. i
Smith D,1 a prominent storkmm of
Neosho, Nen rounl Kns , Is In the ells,
the guest ot S XV Costtt, on 0ftRC ale
The i) N o V club will give n tfeep
Hon In-nlRht nt Minuses, hnlll A large
tiutiibif nf iiivitntintis have been sent out
nml it big inn nuance Is expected.
The members of Xmioutdale lodRe, No.
She, A. I). C XX'.. are making irepirntlon
Mr nn clilertnlninent tn be riven under the
nucplcps ol the iwir, , nt McLean A. Me
Anatis's hull, on the night of April J"
Mrs. Laura Hills, who went to San An
tonio. 'IV v . last full, ror the betiellt of her
health, will return tu this city In a few
ihiSs She Is Kieatlv Improved. Mrs. All.e
Anderson, her slsti.r, w.hetii she bus been
visiting there, will m company her home
Till, Milllitf Imiilbl ,t II... rrtnlrrtl Vlnliifi.
illst elilirih gave their entet (alnlnpnt last '
night. A Hue protirnmmn was reinli'ted
with much rrevllt to loose who participated
Tlie nt tendance .was I iri.e und thu enter-,
til llllllUlt HIU II till Mil, PUSH i
II II. Suvvvir has returned from Chi.
ciiRti, wheie he was stimmnneil bv the se
rious Illness or his mother, lie stales that
she Is fast n coverlnir.
Mls (trrlnid Mi Caiin. nf Abilene, Unn.,
Is In (he cltv, the must of Miss Margaret
Dinwiddle, of South I'lglith street.
Mrs. S XX". I'ostir. of iisige avenue, Is
etiti rtalnlng Mrs. lintelui, of Chnnutf,
The Itev. rather XX'nrd, of Parson", Kas .
nrrlved In the cltj last night, utnl will as.
sutne chaige of the St. Thorn is Catholic
c hutch, on Sotiih Psle strut.
T. D. Cheatham has ti-covciifd from his
The Ladles' Aid Hocletv vlll glvs nn Ice
cream social to-morrow night lu Hip store
mum at t.ls K.iiis.im avenue.
The Hev llcrlierl Sivvvei. who was sum.
motiPd to this .Itv bv the sudden lllniss of
Ills mother. Mrs II x Sivvjer, was failed
to his home ill Denvpi. Col., by a tebgram
announcing the serious Illness of his wife.
Onlchils nf the Smelting Cniupiny Are At
tempting lo Allele it tins Nuisance
Itoereleif 1 ruiln Vlelllilg.
After months of experimenting and re
ported failuits the smelter management
has decided on a plan by which II believes
the funics and smoke created In the copper
mining department of the smelter can be
successfully consumed, or at least mod
lllcd to such an e-xtcut that the erfects
will not be injurious lo the health of the
emploses and rlilxens of Aigcnllne.
Sevctal months ago the city council ap
pointed a committee to call on the smelter
otllclabi nnil reipiest them to devise means
Ii' which the gases and fumes from this
department might be made less detri
mental to the health of people living In the
vicinity of the works. As a usiilt of the
visit a communication was soon icetlvcd
by the council stating that efforts hail
been made b the compan to etadlcale
una nuisance, nut nt that lime no sntls
tuiy plan had been suggested. Since then
special elToits have made b the Lompauy
In this direction and an a usuit the. con
struction of a etiiisiiinti- Is now under
htudwas A tank Is being elected near
the, copper plant, which will be tilled with
charcoal, kept In a moistened condition,
tlnough whli h the gases on I smoke of
the plant will be faired. TliTs plan has
been successful! tiled on a "mall cale
and It Is believed that It will give satis
faction when put Into iirtirile.il use The
consumer will soon be complet-d unci put
l!n ml of rriiile Meeting.
At the meeting of the board of trade
held vesierd.i) iitteruoou a communication
was read tecinlly received b XV. 11. llivln
from an txperlem id machinist and roun
ilrsman of Valparlso, Ind, with regard lo
Induce im-iits ottered bv this city for the
establishment ot a fnutuliy and machine
shops. Mi. Ilrvln owns a large stone
building suitable for such purposes and Is
anxious to secure such an enterprise for
the cltv. The members of tin hoard of
Hade are sltongl lu lavor of aiding nnv
Mich tnovi inent. A rommlttee composed
of it. A Ta lor and XX illl-un McGeorgo
was appointed to communicate with the
State Grain Inspector A C. Merrltt was
piesent at the met ting for the puipose of
Ins online (iruuatnte.l with the tiinnliirs
and the workings nf the boaid of Hade.
After Han' u ting loutlue business the
boaid adjourned lo thu next rckul.u uncl
ing. I'rbielpil l.nguii 'lalcen III.)
Professor Loan, piinclpal of the Lowell
school, was seized with severe cramps
In the buck sestetdiy afternoon
while In the school loom and for a shoit
time consternation pievalled In the school
room. The chlldi-n became frightened ut
the seemingly eiltlcil condition ot their
leichir. Some began SLicamlng and cr)'
Ing, whllu others lift the room. A phssl
rlan was siimmoneil, who soon brought te
ller to thu te.uhei. Mr. Login was not
seriously aftetted, but was compelled tn
go to his home, lu Knns is Cltv, Kas.
Another teacher took chaige of the dill
dreu and oiibr was lestored.
vtlse 11 me mis.
Chicken thieves i.ilded the roosts of
A I' Jasper nil I l'le-d Jasper, of the
North stdi, XX'e dnesday night, and captured
about three dozen fowls.
A meeting of thu Sliver Cltv Itllle Club
will be In Id to-morrow- afternoon at the
gruuniN, nn South Second street, to le
oiganle the club and eleet ollicers. The
old elub bus a uieinbeislilii of about tu cu
Mts. Kite llrasher leeelved notice yes
terday of the death of her biolhr-ln-faw-,
c. drill. 1111. at Terie Haute, Iml. She
left last night tn attend the tuner il
C. XX' C.uter lell fiom a ladder sester
day iitteruoou while hanging paper at his
reside me, on Silver avenue, und sustained
severe injuries to his arms and legs.
Thn date for giving the thoatllc.il enter.
tatument by the si nior 1 lass of the high
sehool at Nukes' hall ha been e-hangeil
from .May - to May I. The commence
ment exe-ielsci will tike plnce ut Nol.cs.'
hall May 3.
The First Slate bank had a telephone
placed In the Mink ststerd.iy.
Pattolui.th C. L. James has been (II for
tlm past week, lint will soon bo able to
rcsiimo his wotk.
Patrolman ltuftis Hulthrop has recovered
from a severe attnclc of pneumutil 1 and Is
able to be nu duty again.
Wot It Is ptogrisslni; i.ipldly on the re
palling of thu large sinok, stack In the
smelter )urdi. The upper portion of the
stuck Is being totmdnwii and will bu n
pl iced by new material Quite an addi
tion lu height will be made to the sta. k.
Miss May Hurley, of Galesburg, III., Is
the guest of M)er Jluile-y.
M. A. Hale.v has gouu to Kevtesvtlle.
.Mo., in visit tileuds.
Hev. M. .VI. Telle Is attending Iho Cler
in in l.utheian conlereiico at Topck 1.
Steilkhulili'ls XXill I Igbt,
Kedali.i, .Mo., Apill IS -(Special,) The Sc
d.illa shale-holders ot the eletunct Pirst
National hiuk will resist thu ussessmeiit
of 7j per cent nn iheli slmk. indited hy
Comptrnllei of tho Currency l.'tkels. They
will claim that tin- bank was nut a legull)
chaitt-ied Instltuilon ut the time of the
fullute, and thai In IkW, whci,he luinU was
tcorganUcd, unci Its capital stoek lucieased
by IVM the ri-organUatlon wns eu'ecled
b) l.il-e 1, ports to thu government. He
re iv.r Litlinir tl.ilins that the liatik was
proper!) reorganised and will bring suit
against all stoekholders who have not
paid their assessment by May 15.
Lawicnce, Kus.. April H. (Special.) Paint,
cis in Iho e-asteiii pail of Douglas county
icpoit chinch bugs xety ililek u Hint neigh.
bin hood, und that the veiling wheat Is lit
et.illy coH'ied with them.
Port Scott, Kus., Apill IS. (Spiclul ) The
itgulur .iniiual luunlon of the t-x-ohlo yet
ci mis' Association wus hell in this city
this iiftcruuuu. uml a largu iiumber of nld
soldteisi were piesent, Tho association was
neleliessud by Camus Attorney Crider,
laiwKiice. Kus., Apill IS. (Special ) The
I'lnl Douglass Club of t-nlnrcil Jttpubllcaus
met last night and selected as etc I. gales to
the league inivtlng It, Topekn, the 1 1st of
nexl week, 1M lliay, Janus Stoido und
I'itt'lmiB, Kas, Al'rll 1. -(Special ) The
slate boaid of assvssurs. consisting of
Lieutenant Governor Tioiiimau, Tre.isuiei
Alhrlluii. Auditor Cole. Seculars' lid
wards und Attorney (itneinl llavves, nrilveJ
ill the city last' nle-ht v special train, ie.
iiiiiliitug till this forenoon, when they left
Topekn, Kas., Apt II is. (Sp. ilal.) The
stale boaid uf iharltlts has selcc'lvl John
II. (.iing, uf llellevltle, us finally 1, Hirer ot
the Topeku itfuiiu sehool, uml Miss Nil
lie Piatt, uf Klugmuii, us assistant matron
These places weie luude. taeiiilt by a call
for Hie leslgnatlon of two Populists, 1M
Pfost und Miss Nuwllu.
Luvvrence. Kas., April S (Speclal.) Last
night the icnialns uf an iiukuovvn tolon-d
man win; lound tut Hie Union Put-lilc
tlucU ut Iho depot bete The eoioiiei's In
vestigation ltd In the conclusion that he
was stealing 11 ildu und lell beneath tin
cars. He had nu money ami tlu-iu was
nothing by which he could bo UciUliicU.
Very often Nature neciH only n little help to -jet over nn ohst ruction. When a
hoottl of Ioki is floaHilif elovv n u river, all i;oe well tltitil one- sitii'le loi strikes sotne
tliiiri; nml sticks. Tlien thfrp'na "jam"- ami ttuiiblo. It is just so in the tiroKtrvi
of fowl tliroiii'li Hie ilii-cstive ort-ans. i:vcrJlltittj;i;ocs well till somcthitu,- sticks.
Then the- jinwesi of tlii-csliott stops. That's inilii;estloii. Thai's what makes
jot! feci lumps in voitr stomach ill the morninc t'ltless the iiiM-(litiivnt is te
tnovetl, tKiiscmoiis p'utn'il mailer liri-itis to ncctimttlnlv. Tllerc's a "jitn "consti
pation, utnl trouble. Sick liculaclic, Mlltmsmss, sleeplessness, i-ili,!;o, henrtlmrn,
loss of appetite tllcie nre some of the sx'iiiploms. Jinl a lil'.lc help nt lite nppenr
tmce of the first one vvoulil etui tile trouble. Nature is n hard worker, but she needs
assistance if loo much be put upon her.
Ilr, Pierce's l'liM-nnt Pellets offet the best and simplest method for funmltint". tlii.
ns.sist.uicc. Thev nre prompt nnd cry i ITcctiv e in their action, but they are not
htrone; nor severe. They cause no violent wrench of tin- system. They ro nj-ht to
the "lot;" that is fust nnd loosen it. Nature does the u-st. lly und by, with u
little e'.ire in dictini', Nature will do it all. That's one ".rent adv.mta.t'f of the
"Pleasant Pellets "'over the many strongly cathartic pills vou do not become n
slave lo their use. They really cure the trouble thev nre meant lt cure, liven the
worst kind of chronic constipation dis.ippe.irs with tfieir use.
Sonic desiKiiini.; dealers do not permit their customers to have I)r. Tierce's Pellets
because inferior pills affonl greater profits. Such dealers are short sif-him!. They
overlook the fact that next time you will go where you me supplied with what you
Your name and address on a postal card w ill brine; a sample package ( ( to 7 does)
of lite "relit ts." A trial is all that is necessary.
Address: World's Dispensary Medical Association, 66.x Main Street, lltlffalo, N Y.
AI.AKC.i: number of tcstitnonhl letters and photiwraphs ot thoc cured hue ben
printed lu a Trentic on Constipation Hvspciisii mid kindred luidnllrs, maUn.r
a tk of 1V piiRcs which will be sent itcc. if ton will send vour ncldrrss, alsothii cou.otl
mid six cents lor poslape, to XVnrlil's lilsKiisiry Mcellcil Associ-iiloii IU11I1I0 N Or II"
Pierce's Coiaumti Scne Mcehc.il Adviser a IkxjV. of over ine pigrtnnd v illu.tr.ilioti
bound III strong imnlllu tovcrs coiiiainliig all the foregoing and several hundred pices
more ortiwfiil Inforuntlou, will be nulled. sit pild. I'ltlil-' TO Vol', on receipt of this
caution and as cents lu erne-cent st imps, to pi for picking, postacr etc It is a complete
I'ainily Iiottor Ittsik More then 6Sojo copies of this Hook hue been sold lu cloth cover
nt $1.50 cich. This great offer ol the twok I'KHK, Is good lor 30 diss mil).
SUNFLOWER EDITORS MEET,
.MrintHT of tli North Yntr.il Kainns A-
rttirl it Ion In i-ri-i1tPtt ) rtti-riliiy
at Com onli.i.
Concordl.-i. Ktm . A)t IS (Fpocinl) The
odltorn conipo1!!! the -North t'cntrnl Kun-
waa nssoi-'l.itlnu aio hoi. linn thi:lr uiinunl
inorthiK lti Oiltt rlty. Coiicuidla fIcoinrJ
them loyally to-tl ty. A laiKn rtci'itlon cnin-
ntltteo and the Concutill.i band mot all the
ti .tins. A huMinnjsS nit-Utliitf wna tiild tills
aftiMiioon at which varloiiH f-uliject-j nM t-
ttve to tnUtutiit liihnis wro illHcu..d. S
II. Dndc, of (he lWlolt (Jaottr, hiioku on
"l'llllUllK OtIUM' WllKi'S," W. ". IMlHliT. Of
tla Jeut'll ICi'iuiMliim, on "The IMllor as
a AIoi.il ho.uh 1 ," O J. HproiiKK'r, of tho
NVa-Jilujjtoti Ui-publtr. ti.wt an Ititi'if-itiiiK
The Ldltor us a P.utlsan." W.
of the June lien City llepublkan.
htul tlm Mrj inaclkal t?ubl.'ct( "Tho IM
Itor as a JttmtIir.M
At tlir puhllc inocthiK this cAtnilntf tht
(MUlors -viie ti-ndoied a welcome by Major
(Teoie .Mar-shall tn .111 npprtJid late
Hpuifh, V. J I. NilMiii, of thf Hmlth Ceil
ti r i'iom v, eiy happily tisponded
Tho atUlr." of the eMiln was made by
lion A. .1. clt, of An hljsOM, u wan
Kltli clo-se and appieel.ithn attention. At
the elose of the ptomamnit' the ladles of
the Concoidla l.lbiaiy A-ocl it Ion ton
dtied a itceptlnn (o the i-ltoi and toasti
and itfitshnunta woie the uidei until a
Mitur persons keep C liter's Lltllo Liver
Pills on hand 10 prevent bilious attacks, sick
headache, Ul7hiesi. ami Iln1 them Just whit
iuiii:r rri'MS ut wiiu:.
New Yoik, Apill IS At the oillcp of Ilus.
sell Sage Ii was stated to-ilay that Mr.
riigc. who has In en 111 Willi shingles, hid
icioveitil, and would piobablv be at his
Dover, D. I April it. The II It It ballot for
Pill ted States senator was taken to-chiv.
Masses' tailed to leie-lve a vote, xlie bal
lot lesulted as follows. Higglns, hi; Ad
dicks. ,"; Pe-unewlll, I; Kldgelcy, a; Ilay
Home, Apill IS The p.epe, throuqh Hie
congiegatlou of the ptopagaiidu, h.iH ad
dressed a letter to the Canadian bishops,
condemning the fieiiuuting of Piobstant
or neutral schools by tlie Catholles of
Ida Glove, la, A mil IS. A. S.-hlelter, a
weiilthv liiislmss map. to-dav sliot his wife
und thin himself, lie Is dead, and she e 111
uot live. Several things inilliatn that he
had been phiiinlug thu suicide at least for
Tiieste, Apill IS Theie w.ls another xlo
letit lailhipiake shoe k at Laidbai h yestei
das. Il Is now lound that thu rercnt ctl-tuibatici-s
have tl image d ;eS per cent of the
houses at Laldhac Ii ami Hallic and business
theiei has he eu wispi-iuled,
Tiue, Ch I , Apill Is -A 1 irge meteor was
seen last i-iinui" at u:.i.i 111 tlie souineat
at .111 alliiiieie- of about N
ill IT . llllj llllT
... , i , . . , I, I,,., i , :.. , , l, I
suuthwesV. uVo lli liSw i-tr N,.l..ci?a lit lliiol.
fiagnnnts. The sight was a brilliant cine.
lllonmbiiR, Pa, Apill IS Walter S.
Has-, a State League bi-eball pkiser. was
1 ,1 ll .. ,1 am 1. Ml., I ltl ttlerlir lit' I ' laiioe
Thonms, n ")..Vis old. Ilais'thiealeiuel' I.,
mureler the old in. in. vvheieiipoti the litter
tuiiit-il ulinii his would-be sliver and kilted
Swiet Killings, Mo, April tS (Speil.il.) C.
n. "ilcConiiell, of this plan, who icttempted
lo cut his thio.it twite last July, i-scapul
fiom thu n-ejluni at Nevada last night,
where In has be. en for thu nisi seven or
tight mouths. No iiaee has been found of
him, uuel friends have gone to Nevada to
make a n.iu u
Utltleil 10 Iico eniiy nun llle l un. ell
Washington, April IS lle-niy XX , How
gate was analgiied tills moiuiug in thu
distii.-t illliillnil eeiiiit be leu.. .1 en It: i- Mr
I'tiin.is on llit... biiliellni lits. ihnlelnu- him
with vailousu itube.e'un nts of ihn govern-
III. ut s liitiin ) woiii ailing as iiisuinsiiii;
Mill, el Of the slLUJl Setvle-8 llllleall. Ho
plead..! nut Kiiiltv ami .vas giantei two .
w.-ek-i to with. 1 1. ivy the idea or attack tin I
v.llldllS of the iuillctiueiits
Washington. Amil P -.MaJorG.uer.il Jic. '
Cook, leiuiiiiaudti- of the Department of,
Coluiado, with he.iebiuaitnis at Denver,
will lie lilaceii on tin letlrcil list of the
at Denver. I
ill in i next MunJas on .u count ot .ige. His
ullii'iiieiu win una. a vaiaiu in cue usi
of major gen.-inls und in ease it Is Dlle.l I is
......... ..I.,., .tf i liri ii.li. t i.ni..ii.il inn . .i.
leiuiiewiifee ,, ,.,,rti.'..v. K...V...., ,.. , ,, -
cauclcs will then exist in tli.it grade, Hio
vui'iincy cutisfil b) the piniuutluu of Ililga-
dim- (ii iiet.it Hua i in I'cbru.iry last not
UlUl titliet.il i.iiu
llUVlllg bee-ll tilled
San Pi.iuilsc.iil April IS -The San l'ran- ','.' J 'V, .rj1 .''a " .", X,T , u 'i T
else.. Piuit Hxehange has asl.i.l the -'aII-, i , ni r .l.it . ti I, n,i ' , "i" ".""
foinla s.-iiatnts to tile a ptotest against the ' .,.''" Li '' ', ' ' """"v. in .-
admlssloii uf currunis from lorelgu eoun- ',m '-f.', n' Jl ,,n''i'' '''V' -'I" Kier lliu
tiles lino the I'niteil Stalls, duty lie.-. The ..'. ' '." ''"" '',''"" nvl" '" ' .iliror
actlnn was tiiaile necess.-uy by a leeent 1 ' ' ""'I" , assuiue.l ii.iiiu, w h. i ho was
Ie. Ision of the lio.ir.I ol gcuci.il appiuin is, ! clhcov end only ihiuugh Ids anest tot pai
tliat all t-uiiaiils txeept '.ante cuiiants me th Ipatiiig lu anuthei shemtliig atTras
V V fV
hardest of women's work.
1 1'cddlctit and lome unscrupulous j"Tocer will tell vrna
KPTXrO "fpss "tlUi ' as KP'1 as" "' "" "rac ai ''"dire- " IT'S
- yV CX.L V VM Sp Pcarhnc is ncur peddled, if tour grocer send
)ou an imitation, be honest uiiJ it (t.i, IH JAMES r.'Lt, New York.
CAMPOS OFFERS PARDON.
1 he Sp tnlsh Cumin inder in Cub Intends
Cleine-llf ) tn Alt litsiirgruts lit
e eit the. I.e lede-rs.
lliiMina, April !. Captain General .Mar
tine, lie Campos has Issued from Santiago
ele Cuba a pioclutuutlon olTirlng pardon to
all Insutgents, with the exception nt the
lender.", who will lay down their arms anil
surrender. Ho has made pie partitions to
Immcilhitely pulsun the membeis of tho
binds who lefuse to eomu In under Iho
pinclamation and tin warfare against
the-ni will be waged xleoiolislv.
is hi. inn nere some or the insurgent
bands have taken to tin luring bclnles.s
residents of the count!)' ellstilcts who have
Inclined their displeasure' At lflnnrtulz.il,
linill. Xtn ,191. llllln o ,m-,.t. Ii.tliln.l Xll.rll.,1
Laured i was suiprlcd ut night bv Maceo's
' ",'...' V0, ul?.cn"'1 v, t0I!,iri'" "lidl'oirlbly
...... .., ,.-.,, .,,,,-, t.ineii i." nui eeiii ie, il
ttee, where he was left foi biizzanlH to
1 at Munuel Iglesli, n grex-er of HiieJIcto.
Manuel Jtletos and un old mall named
Vh ulna, who teuight ngnlust the irbils lu
the last revolution, have been mutdcrccl
bv roving Insui gents.
Tlie town nt Palmu "oilana, piovlnce of
Santiago de Culia. was attnekeil by insur
gents, who weie lepelli-d and imrsued by it
bodv of tionps. Tlie lebtis found lefugo
In the mountains The Hoops discovered
tlie place wheie theli camp had been lo
cnteil nnd found a dead lebel In It. A num
ber of wi-apons weie cuptuied Kvlilcnce.
1 onliimliig the report of tho elentli nf the
lebel chbf Maiiottlta. was found Thiee
of the govetnmeiit force were w-oundeei in
consi-fiue nep of not larrsing out the or
ibts that lrul been given tliem The cap
tain general has sent a colonel to Spain.
KANSAS EDUCATORS AT EMPORIA
1 he t ite Ai :uli'in of 1. mcnnt;e anil I.lt
frature in Sei-tlnti Tliere.
Emporia. Knt , April Is- (Spt?elaM Thf
twidftli annual o-lon of the Ivnnsa-
Aradomr of T-aiJKii.ie arid Literature eon
e:.ed here this evening and will conttnnr
until S. mini. iv. Ilnu. John MaMdln dob
eted the wrlr otnln addrt "s .in I w.i ip
plhd to b the (uesilileiit. Prof -vlir rthur
(. Catitlt Id, of l.iwn me M -t , r i hi
! adinn edueitors of thf stati .ti ti at
t rtlanee. An cntot talntac piopinmm- w tn
I'Mideiid, lrn 111 Hint hevet tl inimh i- lt
the Km porta t horus of Vt oiiii wh! h
is to attend the Hut. hIn-oii jubil
'llie I at l'i oplo nu I'artli
To reasonably expect relkf aie th wha
are rontlnually doitn;; tlitiiiM4lM with
calomel, blue pill, podyphvllln un 1 other
iliaMl- cnthnrtleH. Conritiptttlon uinini- bo
permanently oven ome h mi h lulent
diriturhnrs of the bowel, muui.i Ii tuil
itx. They Intllet nuue harm th.m ln v
tf tnporaitly itlhe, llot"tter a Stoma U
Itltt"ist N a Kafo and eliet tu.il -iiihsijiiiex
. "., ......I. I.n.t-fltt ,1 a flM... ..,fr. . .. .1. .
i " ' !. M Hhni Hie Cili-i l JI f II
1 iiie-ell.-ln.- is easy and natural, an I Is not
ace omp.inled us In th- case of Hiioinr
purgatives w-lih Bilplng and alnupt oil.
, ration. .Malaila, dyspepi i, bllloiMiirss,
I . . . . . ' .' '
' eQK.,u;T. i1".'"! '"""' ,''""Ky ,r"ubI,0'
ilieiiiii.itlsui ami neivuiisuess ai, ni relv
and promptly nmoveel by ibis cv client
leinetly, commended by phssltmus every
where. 'lliojur Could .Not .Xgree.
Wellington Kas , April 11 (Spe. nil i The.
pus lu lh" Talbott luuidi-r cus, i, i.i re-
pfrceel a ells.ik'ieement ami Wei du. liars-
i. laiiioit was in. in lid tor tin in inler
Mini at Car-oil ( ll. to It,, .t li.ui.liiiie.l,
XX'ashlngton. Ajnil iv -Mi. 1'i.sion, tlm
lire, tor of the mint, lo-el.iv onl, rei ih.
VMM In gold bullion and l,"sl,(iii oiui -es ot
sllv.i now ai th- I'nlt.d States mint at
I'aison Clis. N- v . shin
i ill once to tho
I he inference ii
nuue 4t nn I taueiseo.
the l'llOll I'll) mini will toon be dls.
in uitlnl and lis inuchiiur) shipiied i
i,.n,.r ,-0 Use j,i the inn t to b, tVtablisli.
Oulv llolel ill Inn ii lluiniel.
l'ort Scott, Kas., Alirll IS, (Special ) Thes
t4"1'11' house, the only hole! at Hedilcld,
little luwu a lew miles west of this "'
nuriicu in-tiaj'. it was owned bs W It
Smith, who tarried t:iji) Insiiran. e. Th.i
el, m. 1. , ,1... . ...., . ..v .
...- vi,,,k,,. , .lie iti,,. ,ii, ,s lie lOlVll.
has no tucilliles tor llglitlug llie. Hie elti.
-ens wnv obliged to stand iiLd watch it
bum The lown Is left without hotel aa.
I cuiumodiitlous of any kind.
This Matter of Darning
doesn't amount to much, with the v--oni.cn
who use Pearline. Most of it has to bo
dolus because you persist in rubbing things
over the washboard so. You have to, "to
get them even passably clean, if you wash
witli soap in the old way. Use Pearline
11 save the darning, on haven't
the things to pieces, and you
nave to menu tnem. And another
Kind of darning won't suggest itself,
either, for you haven't tired your
self out to the cross noint with the
.j i-.myi'tr.-i8ijiwaiWvMp! cwnwswyms.1
iV1 " W-ttvua