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THE KANSAS CITY JOUKJfAL, WEDNESDAY, APR 1 1, 21, 1S!);3.
REJECTED ALL THE NAMES.
vrri:it itncm: iu:n;sus to com-ium
Till: .m Avoirs Ai'iMiiMflian,
In Many of (lin HiUnl tho Voto for lie
Jcctlnn Mm Itniiiltntms-Thn tork
In l.xccutltti Session ltnp
Thn name of twentj-.four appointees to
municipal otllce were submitted by the
major to the tipper houso ot tho council
last tilKlid oil of lilcli were rejected,
Thero wero only clKht members of the
house present, l'rcsldcnt Tleriuiii being sick
nml Alderman Johnston Wing still absent
from tho elly. Homo of those whoo names
wero sent In did not receive 11 single vole,
whllo others were icjecte-d liy vulcs of 7
to 1, A to 2, and S to 3.
Dcfore going Into eccullvo session tho
house icferrctl tho oidinaiico prohibiting
tho keeping of dairy cows within the city
limits, which wns referred ut a previous
meeting to the sanitary committee, bick to
An ordinance ptovhllng fop paving Wa
bash avenue with asphalt from lllghth to
Ninth street, was paed and n iiumlier ot
other ordinances providing tor public Im
provements weie referred to tho public
When tho budget was dlspoicd ot Alder
nan Morgan iitlt mpted to have at Hon tak
en upon his l (solution requiring the houso
to consider nppolntintuis nnd transact oth
er business In open session
Alderman 'Wynne raised a point of order.
JIo said tho resolution provided for ntuend
lug a rule of the house, and a It did not
fpeclfy what rule was to be amended It
eould no' be consldt red. Acting President
fihlnnlck uiled that the point of older was
well taken and deuldi'd th.it the tcsoimion
could not be considered until It was iiiiulo
more dellnlte. Aldeimaii Morgan said ho
would nscertuln which nf the house rules
his resolution would bo an amendment to
nr n substitute for and ehatiRe It, and call
It up nt tho next mietlng. He said hu was
detet mined to put the! mi'inbers of the
house upon lecoul upon tho um-stlon ot
Tho house went Into .'crcnllvn session
upon motion of Alderman Phillips, which
v.ns seconded by Alderman Huttlg.
Tho follow lug names were sent In for
thn oinces named and rejected. II W.
Warner, 1!. II. Hunt. J. Scott ilairlson.
W. C. I.avton and .1. L. Xofslngtr. for
comptroller: Clnrlcs S f'uiij. II H. Trultt
end II. A. NonK for city clerk, L A A
lell, W. II. Wllishlp. I) tjllvcriiinti, William
T. .Mills. Atidiew Miller. C A. Merrill.
Charles Mcllrlele', John Itvnleke, ,T. J. Ilnt
1leld, 1". J. ITaefner, Leo 1! Kabeler, 1'innk
Jarvls, eleorge V. LniuU-t. ,1. o I,, Har
vey, J. H. Moignn, T T Morgan and C. A.
Mann, for license Inspector.
Aldermen Mnignu and Cyss.il, of the
r.nnnco committee, to which the names of
Messrs. Warner and Silverman vveio re
ferred nt the meeting on Monday night, re
ported that action should be taken upon
them without fuither delav. In accordance
with the lecommendat'oti these names were
considered and rejected with tho others.
Ill the Lower House.
Thero was little ot Inteiest In the budget
of the lower house last night, It having up
patently been called In cause a, call for a
council meeting Includes It. The ordln nice
reducing the minimum lino foi the sale ot
"klnune'd milk in tho cllv, vetoed by tho
major, was rtfened to the sanitary com
mittee for Investigation The bouse pnssul
a number of unimportant sticet guiding or
dinances, and adjoin ned.
Major IMils Dcti'rinlueil.
Mayor Davis called another meeting of the
council last night for to-nlgbt. He paid that
be would call a meeting for eveiy night In
the week, except Sunday night, until the
upper bouse confirms an appointee tor caeli
appointive ofllce. "The members ef tho
upper houso who lire tinning down my ap
polrtmcntH seem to bo acting upon the Im
pression that the major should have notb
inr to say about who shall till thu olllces,"
Nil" Mavor Divls. "The nurvor Is held re
FPm 'bjo by the people for the acts of ev
erv tiian who holds an appointive otllce, nnd
that being the ease I piopose to h.ivesoine
tliing to pay about who hhall till those of
fices. It Is a pietty state of aflalrs when
tho members of the upper Iioum- take the
appointments In their own hands."
MR. SHELLEY QUALIFIES.
lie lice elves His ComtoNsloii and Heroines
a Member nf thn Polite Itoird.
In the criminal court jesteiday nfternoon
flenrge M Shellej the newly appointed
police commissioner, tiled his coinniipslon
and became qualified to take his place on
vhe police boird to till the vacancy oc
casioned by the letlrement of W. (1. Cox,
The police board Is now' complete. N"o
tall has been made for a meeting, but It
Is vtrv likely thu one will tako place be
fore the close of this week.
Mrs. Cleveland insists on wholesome
dainty desbens. so she is nevet out of
Prices Cream linking Powder.
(ISC'AK Itll.IHI'S HOOKS.
There Are 1 wo oT Ihe'iii In thn Public Li
brary anil 'I h.'j Will ot He Ki'liinve'd.
It might be lnleiestliig to know, In view
of tho tact that Oscar Wllde'H books have
been re moved fiom nuulv ail the public
anel private llbi.tiles ol tills country and
JJnglnnd, that his publications in the llbra
! of this iltj nie still circulating and will
continue to be circulated Theio .no, hoiv
ever, eiiih tv o of his books in tho public
libraiy. The ale "ftoul ot .Man I'tidei So
cialism" and "Intentions."
In an lutei view with a Journal lepoitcr
on the subjet t of tho lemnv.el ol these
books Mrs. Canle W. Whitney, the city
librarian, said "I am not in favor of ic
inovlng these books. Just be'cause It has be
come a sentiment to do so, on account of
the crimes of their author who, when they
wero written, was consldeied one of the
foiemost aiithniK In llnglauil These two
books of his 1 I'onsldir to be peifectly
pioper bonks to have In nu public illnaiy,
and I shall not leinovo them. None of his
works of Mellon consldeied of a doubtful
ch.uaeler his .it any time been peimlttcil
on tho shelves of this llbiarv. and the two
books ulre.nly Ustid 1 shall continue to
circulate Wo have, however, initio u num
ber of books that aie not allowed to be cir
culated among chlldteu, that cm ha
checked out by professional men, teachers,
or those, whom It is thought pioper to al
low In read these bonks. No, I shall not
remove Oscar Wilde's books fiom circu
lation," There Is no baking powder which pro.
duces such sweet and tustetu) food as the
Itojnl Halting Powder,
iti.Mixnov mtoi units movi:.
A Well Known Aihertlilng I'lriu t'liuigrs
Its Itiihliic'hs lloiiit' in cw lork.
From the New York Mall and I"xpreas.
Th rapid growth In thu advertising bus
iness of Itcmlngton llros, has compelled
them to seciiKi large! quartern lor their
New York brinch, and they have temoved
to handsome and commodious olllces In the
Mutual lleserve building, torner llroadway
nnd Du.ine street. They report greatly In
creased business both hem and at their
home olllee in Plttsbure, The business of
lleinlngton Ilros, wus established lu lSirt
bj the present membeis of the tlrin. Jtobert
It. lleinlngton Is a lawjcr, having been nd.
mined tu the bar In Philadelphia In 1S&3,
and still devotes a, poitlon of his time to
practice. Kdvvard P, ItLinlngton was pre
paring to entci the Held of medicine, when,
by chance, he became Interested with his
nroiuer in me uuveriuiug nusiness uy Lie
ins appointed to represent the Pennsjl
vanla und Ohio Press Association at Pitts
burg. With energy and enterprise they
extended und enlarged their business until
now It covers the countiy from lloston la
San I'runclsco, ami they are tecognlzed ns
one uf the leading adv el Using linns In tho
United States. It Is stated that one of
the rules of this firm Is never to glvo a.
nolo or obligation of any kind, Personally,
the Messrs. Itcmlngton are young men,
popular both In business and society,
No (lurbago Cont nie t vt
The health of the elly demands prompt
notion In this matter. As the warm weath
er advances the good housewives are anx
ious that something be done. At the
same time the question of pure leo presents
itself. I'hj'siclans recommend Kansas City
Ice and Cold Storage Compunj's hjelenlo
leo for family use. Telephone 721.
Father Pulton's Il.ujr.
The bazar to. be given by the Church of
the Annunciation, Father W, J. Dallon,
pastor, will open In Stern's hall, blxth
und Main streets, this evening. Itabbl
Schulman will deliver the opening address.
There will be a programme of both local
and Instrumental music. The contest for
a diamond ring between Miss Cody and
Miss Consldine will bo opened to-night and
closo Saturday night,
DlSDel Vour henda.ha. ueaknAas. n.iln onrl
leepfatsnfss with Pill teen's oi.sgeu'Jo.sic',
t'mm'i iUiu IUlsa: a Ills to the hair.
Mate Mill .Not Pay for the Seitlp uf Unites
mid I'lruier Anderson Is Ills.
Tho slate ot Missouri his repudiated lis
obligation to pay Henry Clay Anderson, of
Jackson coilntv, SHS..V) lor eleven wolf
scalps. Alt, lienr) Clay Andersuti Is n
farmer living down In tho county V ho, as
told in last Stiniluj's Journal, npponrod lie.
foto the county court last Saturday with
tho eleven aforesaid scalps nnd demanded
n ImuntV of SI.. Ml Iter Penh, from thn enonlv
and a llko nmoiiiit for inch scalp front tho
state, The law was looked up b the conn
ty Judges, and there' it was. Tho court de
rbled that .Mr. Andersons claim was well
founded nnil ordered that the county coutt
tjiko the scalps of the eleven wolves mid
that a Wnrrnnt h ilrnwti In fneor of Vttv
Anderson for Jli.Si. ns tie law provided that
i siioiihi no pain ror ene n scalp, tno coun
ty basing half and the state half..
The law- stales that tho county clerk
shall burn or otherwise destroy the wolf
scalps and ciTtiry to the number at the
foot of a requisition upon the state treas
urer for the Amount duo umler tho bounty
law. t'leik Crittenden did nil this, nut
when he opened Ids mill jesterday morn
ing he found a letter from State Auditor
.i, .vi M-wert, suiting tnnt tne list iegiitt
tire did not mnko nil) appropriation for pay
ing II flay Anderson s bill or nny ntheis
oi una Kinii, nun no couiu not, mcreioie,
get nti money for his wolf scalps.
Mr. Anderson, who was In the city with
n load of market produce yesterday, called
at the county clerk's olllee and seemed
much disappointed when told bow his na
tive state had cotio back on him. Clerk
Crittenden paid that probably when the
authorities nt Jefferson City saw that his
tinino was "Henry Cl.i
nrv Cl.iv" thnv knew tluil
his father was a Whig and made up their
minds that he must be n ltepublle-au Hut
Ibis little plensantrv falhd to ro-ompense
Mr. Anderson for that little Ki.vi as his
face plainly showed wncn ho walked out
ot tho court house.
Ihere Will lie nil live client V.irlily nf I II-
rarj Matter for thn tlreat An
nual live at.
fv'hool Interest Is centered nt this time
upon the graduating exercises of the high
school, and It might be or Inteiest to
know how the commencement programme
Is undo up The two who rank highest
are given the option of being v.ileilletorlan
nnd Hilulatnrl.iii. Tho hlshest rank means
tne Highest grade or average made
throughout the entire course ot study. The
rest of the programme Is made up ot those
who have ability for the pirticulir work
assigned them. The m iterlals used In
comnienceme'tit programme's are ulvviyn
of a dlgnllleil cliaiaeter nil class Jokes,
class history, clas prophecy, etc , being
left for a separate occasion class day.
The selection of the several persons) who
are to take part Is left almost tntlrelv to
a committee appointed bv the principal,
This committee consists of five members,
one from each of the literary societies
nml one from that portion of tin- cl iss
that does not belong to any ot tho literary
The programme for this year will In
clude a silutntory, three essijs, a lect
ure, two ointlons, u. literary stor, n poem,
two dec! imatlnns, piano octette, mandolin
and guitar selection, violin eiuartette,
chorus and valedictory. The eercises will
take place In the auditorium of the school
building, a l.uge room seated with 1.S0O
opera chairs and provided with a stage
which will accommodate the entile giad
uitlng cl iss and school otllclals.
Admission to the exercises will bo only
hi ticket. All e.lts will be free, and In
flations made exclusively by the el tss.
Commencement exercises will be held tho
1 ist week In May.
The olllelil food onalvs-es nv the United
States government show the ltoj.il to be a
pure eleain of tartar baking powelei, the
highest In strength, evolving luv t cubic
Inches of leavening gas per single ounce of
poweler. There were1 eight other brands of
uenm of tartar powders tested, and their
ave'i.ige strength was less than 111 cubic
Inches of gas per ounce of powder.
ItOAItll OP PITItl.lO HIIIIKS
It Ite eoiiiinends 1 hat the C'ottne It Pass C. r
The board of public vvoiks jcstordiy rec
ommended that the citv council pass the
following ordinances: To pave Oak street,
Horn Twelfth to rifteenth stieet. with
asphalt; to pave Wabash avenue, fiom
I'.lghth to Ninth stieet, with asphalt; to
macadamize Twcnly-llist stieet. fiom
Southwest houlcmiel to West Pros pee t
place, to change the glade of the alley be
tween Harrison and Tioost avenue, und
Thirteenth and rouiteenth stitets.
The following resolutions were either
eertilled or iecoininended for adop
tion. To pive Seventh stieet, from W li
mit street to tlrand avenue, with nsphnlt;
to pave Dora avi'iiue, fiom lllghte. nth
to Nineteenth street, with vltillled brbk;
to pave Oak street, from rifteenth street
to Nineteenth stieet, with giavel, upon a
two ve.us' maintenance guaianlj; to le
establisli the grade on P.nk avenue, from
Twentv-llfth to Twenty-sixth street; lo
sprinkle Itioulway, fiom sixteenth to
Seventeenth street, to sprinkle Kievcnth
stieet from Santa IV to Liberty street; to
sprinkle Mulbeny street, from I.ighth to
ltemonstinnees were tiled against chang
ing the giade of the following stieets' In
diana avenue, from Howaid street to tho
southern i ity limits Cedlege avenue, from
Twentj-sixth to Twentj-seventh stieet;
Wnlrond avenue, from Twentj -sixth to
Twentj-sevi nth stie'et. Twenty-seventh
stieet, fiom llellefontalne to Monroe ave
nue. The pioposition to regiade Indiana
avenue necessitated niianglng for i hang
ing the giades of the other streets named.
The ii moustranit.s will also prevent tho
legrading of three or four other stieets
ugatusi wnieu mere was no remonstrance.
AI.IIIO.S I'l.Als .SOI.I).
One of thn l.irgn II. alsof Ihn tVeek Closed
Ve ste id ljr.
Hucko & Sexton sold tho Albion Hats nt
Tui'iity-fiiuith street and Purest avenue,
to W. lining Hall, s'esterday Thu pi leu
was JM.iiuO. Thu Hats have .1 frontage of
llftj feet and a depth of ICO feet, and 1110
tin eo stoile-H high.
llatlon llios., manufacturers nnd whole
sale dialcis In boots and shoes, an- to
build a new live-stoiy warehouse and of
llco building, fiontlng on Wjanilotio and
Cetitial stieets, ami half wuy betweiti
Sixth and Seventh streets. The cost will
bo about n,nn), The building will bo 171
feet long, with 11 frontage of IX feet, oc
cupslug tho e'litlio lot. The propel ty upon
which It will lie built Is owned by Gcoiga
Hiookn und Alfred Grubb, of Philadelphia.
They will erect tho vv.ne houso, acconllug
to pi ins prepated for tho ll.iitnn llios.,
who hold 11 long leuso on thn iniquity.
Them will bo a basement umler tho cutiio
building and 11 siib-bapement under n poi
lion of It. Provision will be made for 5o,im)
square lent of space, all of which will lm
used by the linn for lis stock.
Mark the difference. Tho basis of cheap
baking powder Is either nlum or ammonia
that of the- 10-sear standard, Dr, Price's
puie cream of tattur.
It Will lln II. lei lit thn High Si'boiil Nolt
The programme for tho piellmlnnry con.
test pteparatory 10 tho Inteislnto high
school oiatorlcat contist will tuko plnco
next Saturday night at tho high school as
sembly room, At litis contest tho winner
will lecelve .1 handsomo gold medal and
he given tho honor of leprese-nllng tho
high school In the Inteistati- contest which
will be held at the high school ass em lily
luuni oaei.iemy iiiBiie, .'lay 11, 11 mis
contest gold medals will bo awarded to Hist
ami secomi nouurs, .mong tne high
schools that will be leprcsented In this
I'ouiese win 00 moan 01 i.awrenee, Jxas,;
Kansas CHy, Kas.; Mexico, Mo., and tho
high school of this iltj-. At tho prelim
luaiy contoit the seats will be free on In
vitation, The conlt slants will be; C. G.
feheppard, "llairlets llieaklng- Away:"
lt.ilph v.ikelleli, "ilartjis uf History:"
Miss Mabel Miller, "intellectual lll.metuL
lts.ni;" .Miss Stella Fiiedlierg, "What Is
llducatlon'f" Carl SuUbaeher, "Illch In
1'.Q,ier,.Vi,ro0.rJu .Mlluen-t.'i" Thomas ilerk
eblle, "Silent Harps."
A lllcse'd llellit-raliee.
This Is effected when the hostile dis
turbance ot tho liver, known as bilious
ness, ceases thiough tho benign operation
of Hostetter'3 Stomach Hitters. Pain In
the right fclda and under tho right shoul
der blade, yellowness of the skin and eye
balls, "fur" upon the tongue, morning
nausea, vertigo, sour breath, irregularity
of tho bowels and sick headache, aro
among the distressing symptoms which
take their departure when the great antl
bilious medicine Is resorted to. Chills and
fever, kidney and bladder trouble, rheuma
tlsm, dyspepsia and nervousness are also
remedied by the Ultteis, which U also a
superb tonic and promoter of sleep and
appetite. Use the Hitters persistently and
not by tits and starts. Speedy good results
NO PLAGE FOR PltiSONERS,
AIIOIIM.V MAt.ULU s. Mis A
PA It'll It) II1MII0N
t'nder an Order nf tloicruor Mimn No I'nn.
vlets Are Now Itecilie.l at tha
Mate Prulti ntlary lino
ctordny nfternoon fulled Stales nis
irlct Attorney John II. vnlker leleginphed
Id the department of Justice at Washington
asking that Hie attorney genet nl designate
some other prison, than the one at Jerter
sou City, In which Hie federal prisoners can
bo confined after iccelvlng their sentence
at the present term of court here.
The message was sent in view ot the fn.'t
that the warden uf the penitentiary nt JeiT
etson Cltj .acting under Instructions of liov
ernor Stone, hns refused to ri'celve any
moro prisoners for tho present. The order
of II,- executive was Issued III view ot
the fact that smallpox prevails lo n limit
ed extent In some parts of the state and
for that reisou It was deemed best to in
form the rule for the prevention of tho
contagion, and tho protection of tho pris
oners In the penitentiary.
'J i s ,"' c,l,t0,u "' me federal coutt to
send prisoners fiom that court to JeiTer
boii Citv for eonllncmc'iit. nml the geiietal
government pais so much per d ii fur their
keeping to tho prison ollbials, There mo
about tneiitv prisuuen now In Jail awalt
ng trial, who are prelt certain to get
terms of Imprisonment, and the order was
very much in the way. M.uslial Shelby
wants to get them OIT of his hands as soon
as possible after they are convicted, and
the message was sent lu advance tor the
purpose of enabling him to know what
arrangements to make tor their disposal.
An answer to the tclcgtam Is expected to
day. inero are ntiout ten prisoners In the coun
ty Jail under sentence to terms lu the pen
Itentlirj for various offenses, and It was
thu Intention to transport them within a
few ilnvs. Among them is William llatlon,
the "short man" of highway robbery fame,
who Is under sentince for ten jears' lm
prlsonmcnt. Pnder the order of Governor
Stone, however, these prisoners will prob
ubly rem iln In their present quarters.
Yesterday In the federal court arrange
ments were mule for the trial of the of
ficers of the Scdalla Ilond nnd Investment
Company, who were arrested on warrants
Issued since the last term of court. They
are John W. Corklns, It, I,. Muupln und
Itobert Taj lor.
O. I.. Ilnxter and John I1U, both clnrged
with the Illegal sale of liquor, were al
lowed to plead guilty and were lined flQ
each bj the court.
The i:r ind iurv was bnsv nit .luv unit
witnesses In the c.ises umler examination.
Several Indictments were returned but no
arrests were made last evening.
lllll.l) ON '1(1 'I Hi: ItOPK.
Hie I'hiliitllt In a lluimgei Suit Tells How
lln Was Injured.
Michael II. Dorgnn Is In Judge Dobson's
division of the circuit court with his nttoi
nevs, Warner, Dean, Gliisnn iV. Mcl.eod,
suing Moore- Ilros., contractu! s, for JJj,iNi
damages for a stlflened knee Joint and
other personal Injuries The plnlntllT was
an emplojo of the defendants and wis
working on the building Nos !t, nnd MS
Main street, Juno I". last, when he met
with his Injuries, lie says the foreman,
whose nniini wns Drown, ordered him to
take hold of the rope of u pullej- and he
did so. Just as another man at the top
push, el oft a largo box filled with plister
and debris. The heavy box, he sas, w.n
more than he could hold sti.nlv, and lie
was Jeiked olT his feet nnd up Into the air
He s.ijs he went upwards as fast as the
box lull of plastei and bilekbats csme
down, until, when he was about thlrtv
feet lrom the ground, he e.ime in contact,
ns to the top ot his head, with the bot
tom of the box, nnd this caused him to do
what he had neither had time to think of
nor to do. lie let go of the rope and down
he went, box and all, to the pavement of
Ifo snj-s he was made piek and sole, nnd
that, as a lesult he had to lie In bed for a
long time. Ills left leg, he sajs, was bad
ly broken near the kne-e Joint and has be
come Mint and useless. He sajs ho Is a
Clippie for llle.
Polleu Surgeon Iuen was one of the wit
nesses on the stand. Ho told how he at
tended the Injured man, nnd what ho found
his injuries lo be befoie h" sent him to the
hospital. Dr. .1. D (irllllth was pi iced on
the M.iml Ho testified that the pi ilntlff
was suffering lrom tuben ulnsls ot the
Knee joine rne plaintiffs Kn.es were then
lined and exhibited to the court and the
Albged M.il.ill.iii or an Order.
Attoinej-s for f 1". Jaques .V. Co, in in
ufacturers of baking powder, who some
months ago secured ,m order ot tcmpniary
Injunction In the Ii cult eoiiit against the
I' Motion n Manufacturing fouip.ui, ap
peared befoie Judge Dobson j-esterdaj and
llleil complaint that the r. Menovvn Mniiii
f.n tilling Company was not respecting the
order of the court, but w us manufacturing
baking powdei ami selling it imdi r a libel
and trade in.uk which infringed upon that
of the plaintiff. The Injunction oidei ic
sti.ilnlng this Is still pending and uns, t
tled, and so Judge Dobson Issued an order
dliectlng Mr !' Mi now n to nppeai in
e-ourt next Pilday and show e inse why h
should not be adjudged guilty ot contempt
of com t.
nvldonce In the ou-o against Howard M.
Ilriitan was heard In the rlmln,il couit
jcsteidny. nnd the case will go to the July
.,.,-. inui .Him. ue- ii'iifiiuiiis assuuii case
against Siloonkeoper Je ssemne I.obol was
lontlniied until Thutsd.ij. Deputy Con
stable J. 0. Vocum, ehiiged with feloni
ous assault upon Constable Phillips, took
a iliango of venue to Indopendi ncn and
gave bond for ?W. The Ch.irlt-s Misers
hurglJiy case was contumeil until Thuis
day. Alltlioiieil to MiUe thn Sp,
Thomas K. Ilanna, receiver of the Wln
g.ite Slouo Welles Mere intlle Compmv.
jesterd.is llletl an implication b. fine Judge
Mover In the circuit court to s. 11 the res
iduo of the stock of furnishing goods ot
tho company to William 1' Ilean for C7'H
per cent of tho appialsemcnt. as he had
sold ort the moro salible tuition of the
stock at llgures to wartant tho sale of the
reni'ilnlng goods at a reduction. Judo
Mover gianted the order.
I'm I'oriui lln n 11 Wanted.
The Hankers' I.ifo Association is tho
nuno of a newly organized mutual Insur
ance compiny which has Hied nppllcatlon
for it pio forma decree of Incorporation In
the elieult couit. Tho capital slock of thn
orsatilatlnn Is SM.Oeo and tho Imorpoiators
are: William Warnei, It, JI. Susd. r. John
II North, J. P. Jackson, c. e'lirke S.
11. llunille', Alice .Marty und JI, C. Ctow'ell.
nil uf Kansas Cits.
Hvidcnm AH In,
The Slj.OrtO damage suit of Thomas Mor.
rls, against the (Iiand Avepuo Cable It ill
way Coinnnnv oceunied all of number it iv
yesterday In Judge Ileno's division of the
circuit court Tho evidence was all In,
however, when court adjourned last night
nnd tho aigumeiits will hu mado to-day,
,1, p, I..... inns Appointed lti-i titer.
.Judge Slover lu tho circuit court yes-
leio.tv uppuiiiien a. i-. Lunulas receiver ot
tho P. 1). 1'reneli nnig Conipaiiy, vvhk'li
has dono business for several sears at 11
West .Ninth street.
New Suits I'iled.
21170. If. Tobener vs. William Miller;
appeal from Case', justice of tho peace.
SUM). ArvlUa J. Chase vs. H, 11, JJrooks
and Maila U. llallentlne; enulty.
Com t Notes.
Sarah A. Hutlcr, of Carroll county, wns
arrested, sesterdas', and chuigcd with pen
A stlpulitlon for a non-suit was (lied In
the case of 11. J, Shepard against tho
llradstrcet Company In the federal court
No other baking povvder will mnke cake,
biscuit and bread so light, tweet and
wholesome as Dr. Price's.
Ouvo u hluoker.
Soma forty or llfty loyal Jlrltlsh Ameri
cans, members of the Kansas I'ilv lr.,1,-,1
of tho Sous of St. George Society cele
brated St. George's day lu tho reuclbles'
armory, last night, In the most approved
Jlrltlanlo manner Bottle after bottle of
beer was drunk and JJnglish pork pie and
sandwiches were eaten to a running ac
companiment of English songs, speeches
and Impersonations. The Intervals were
filled In with cigars and cards. M. W.
Sayle, tho president of the society: T. A.
Hrajv the secretary, and R. W. Tucker,
tho treasurer, were Indefatigable In their
efforts to seo that ever) one was kept com
fortable, and they succeeded admlrablj-,
rood raised by the Royal llaklng Powder
may bo eaten hot, even by dyspeptics, with
Impunity. Hot bread, biscuits, hot cakes,
luutllns. crusts, nuddlnes ,ti. nre mi.io 1.,.
lit use perfectly wholesome.
For Tired Mothers
"I tect very think
fill for whit Hood's
Kir.tMtlll i has ilotio
for nie', 1 hit n taken
Hit ebonies nml the)
medicine h is mule a
Krcnt change. 1 wm
All Run Down
from troiiMo and
overwork, nnd lint
other com pt.-ilntj ronv
Mrs. (I. w. Wnmock since Inking Hood's
RirsapitllU I am Inueli slrntiRerandaingiln.
Inghiflcvli. I would adv ho all orrrvtorlerrf.
tlrrtl) vtrnle mothers lo tiko Hood's Sirsv
pirllli In build lliemiin." .Mas, tl. W. Wilt.
ot'i(, llorcrty. Nclir.is
Hood's PIII9 act easily, jetpromplly nml
fllclently, on the liver nnd bowels, av.
GOOD CHECKER PLAYING.
.limes P. Iteed lotos due (lame Out of sx
tV 111 son1 ( (M in, engage
Pour victories, one draw and one defeat
wns the reooid m ide bv James P. Iteed,
ex-chnmpion checker plaver, In the Kan
sas f Itv Checker nnd Chess Club rooms
last night .Mr. Heed wns quite III and did
not attempt to pliy blindfolded, but he did
play six experts simultaneously. He
in irehed up nnd down the loom, In front of
tho plajers und moved his men with
glint i.ipldlty, leaving the various oppo
nents plenty of time to liguro out some
scheme to get out ot trouble and put Mr
Itee'd In 11 bid plare. lln seemed to give
little nttentlnn tn the e-.itnes. Iitif ntnsn.l nil
of them within fifty minutes fiom tho time
game wns called
..Ta,.,,:.N'0' l s guarded by J Willis.
Mr. W Ills opened with a cro, and while
he made n good defense, ho give up about
the sune time tnnt three others decided It
was useless to pliy any longer. He was
one of the list to surrender, but when ho
found hlmelf in the minority on tho table
I.. Cooper opened play on the second ta
ble with an Irregular gnme. It was soon
.stialehtined out and he fell a victim
111 nny minutes, resigning when ho saw
there-was no escape. Ills gimo was a good
one-, but .Mr. Heed showed his lnasterv of
the board by clucking him with little" ef
fort. Scott Cantwell. nt the third table,
opined with the fnvorlte single coiner.
His wus the strongest game, and, as Mi.
lteerl pavs, is the- most troublesome to
fight. Mr. Cantwell won .1 draw- after
fnrtj -eight minutes' phi)-. lo was much
pleased with his success, ns the defeats
wile getting nuineious all around him
when he was aske-d to elraw Ids f.ame.
To J. ll.igau tho honor of winning was
portioned out He plijn.l at the fourth ta
ble, opening with the Kelso lie kept Mr.
Heed guessing all the Journey and won
nfter furly-slx minutes' of pi iv The game
was eagerly wnlehoil, ns its developments
were- 01 uie- iiiosc iiiieresimg natute,
J. McClung essaied the Alma game at
the- llfth table. He was soon lu tinuble nnd
lost lu forty-live minutes He pl.ived .1
good game, hut soon found that he was
in a pusitlou from which he could not es
cape, so he threw It up and watched the
others go down In five more minutes.
II. A. Groinm, one of the strongest plov
ers of the club, was ut the last table lie
has bi'iten Mr Iteed on siveiil occasions,
and alwajH gives a good account of jiliii
ridt. He tried tho cross list night, but
found It a double cross before he got
thiough He lost the game after a hard
light leslgnlng lu time to Join the band as
the entire set of tables weie 1 le.tred
Mi It ed will plaj all comers at the club
rooms to-elnv and this ev.nlng, but will
not be blindfolded He is willing to pi ly
simultaneously or snKi as the pi. nets
maj wish, hut ns he- Is far from well, will
not likely attempt any veiv illlllcult feats.
To-morrow night he will com hid.- his en
gagement hole with a lln il exhibition of
checker nl n Imr bv miiiibi rs. He will te
blindfolded and will plaj u ment il game
Chicago, Mnreh IS, ISSI
Price's Creim . iking Poweler Is a pure
cieani of tat tin powder that has a gt eater
leavening strength than any other. .My
endorsement of a New York hiking pow
elei has horn withdrawn.
WAII'HIS S IJATN"Ks M. D..
Professor of Chemistry, Hush Medical Col
lege. .irvrirt in, 11 iiovut'iDi:.
Coroner's .Iurv I'lnds That tin. shunting
Was lloiin in Hflr-dcf. line.
At the Inquest sesierd.ij' over Oalirlel
Hie Us, wlio was shot and killed by William
Davis In the rear of No. SaS Ilairlson
stieet, list Stiudaj night, the eotonir's
Jurj retuincd a venliet of Justifiable I10111I
e Ide The ciideuci showed tli.it Ii.ivis was
fairly foiced to shoot Hicks Hie Its had
been nhuslng Davis' wife and had thrown
hot colfee In her lace Davis ordered him
to leave the room and Instead of doing so
lilt k struck Davis It was then that
Davis liig.in tiring at Hicks To use his
own expression he "bernu smoking and did
not quit smoking until ills levolver was
emptj." The Juiy found that tho shooting
was done lu self-defense.
II. atlis and riiuenils.
The funeral ot Mrs. Albo 1". Dunn, who
died Moudas at hi r homo, 1711 Chatlotto
sin it, will take pi 11 1 this morning at 'I
oiloek at St. Josiphs ehuicli. The burial
will be in Mount St. Man's mmetiij.
The fuiiiial of .Mrs. .Maltha Duncan, who
elled Muudis, took pl.u o jestfreluv morn
ing at 1U o'clock at lletliel ehuiili. Il.ij
town. Dee eased was CO seats old Slio elled
while lidliig on a street car at Hlglitceutli
Mis. I.llblo Snillh cllf.l jesterday at her
homo, Sixteenth and llrlghton streets The
funeral will bo lo-ilas at a o'clock at tho
Ksldence. Deceased was 15 jenis old. Thu
Initial will bo lu HlmwoLiil cemetery.
The funeral of Mrs. Anna C Wall tiff,
who died at her home, ji's Vino street,
Monduj morning, took plieo S'esteielay aft
ernoon nt 2 o'clock .11 St. Peter ami St.
Paul's church. The burl il was lu Hlm
wood cemetei)-, Deciascel was iu sears
'I ho funeral of Mrs. Cora H. Rogers, who
dleil Monday morning at her home, '1M
llrovu avenue, took place jestetdas' after
noon nt 2 o'clock at the f.unllj residence,
Sho was Si jears old. The builal was In
Hlmwood ceinet. ry.
The fliucial of Mrs. Lena Not.in,l eclfe nt
James Noluul, who died Monday at her
home, 1.MS Charlatlo street, took place jes
tenlay afternoon ut Hie tosldenco at 2
o'clock. She was 1 scats old. 'ilie builal
was in I'nlon eemeterj',
Tho remains of Thomas Adams, 11 ho died
Monday nt tho homo of J. D, Hose, yjis
Cheiiy stieet, was taken to lie public, Kas .
jestetdny for burial. Deceased was 17
The funeral of Vlnlo Kltrell, who died
Saturday night, took place je-sterdiy after
noon ut tho residence, of the deceased,
romvr of Westnort ami Washington
btrceis. Thn burial was In Union ceinoieij-.
The fun. iuI of Mis Kdlth 0. It-rnniil.
who died Sunday nt her home, woj Holmes
street, will take place this morning nt 11)
o cioi'u ai uie lesiiicncei ot tier bister, .Mrs,
.''' ,1': ,?j;.'n,,i 1,!'": forest avenue. Tho
builal will bo at the family vault In Union
The funeral of Nellie A., dainrliier of Mr
and .Mis, Pred A. I.lslk. who died Monthly
ut the family residence, is Hist Ulghtecnth
s reet, look place sesterday morning at U
o clock at thu residence. Tho burial was
In Mount St. Mars s cemetei)-.
Tho funeral of Joseph lluclunan, Infant
'"u ,, ?'i"; "na 31rs-. Joseph liurhnnan,
y,?.0."6'1 ilonday nt tho family residence
SOOt Central iivenue, took placo jesterday
morn ug nt ,'J o'clock at tho home. Tho
burial was In Union cemetery.
Many lecelpts as published still call for
eittim of turtur und soda, the old-fashioned
way of raising. Modern cooking and ex.
pert cooks do 1101 sanction this old way
In nil such t.celpts the Rojul llaklng
Powder should bo substituted without fall,
eforn thn lloirel of Appc-uU.
The county court continued to sit yes.
day with County Assessor l'etty and
County Suiveyor O'l-'laherty as a board
of appeals. 'J hu rush ot tax pas era whoso
assessments had been raised was not so
great us on Mondas-. as many had learned
that the board would continue Its sittings
until next Thursday night and there would
consequently be time for ull to tell why
they should not be taxed higher than their
original assessment. Mr. Bernard Corri
gun was present, representing, as execu
tor, the estate of his late brother, Thomas
Corrlgan. He stated that most of tho per
sonal estate consisted of bonds held and
taxable In New York. Mr. J. Will Merrill
uiuue is Biiiiimi ejtl'iauae.uie vt uy nis lamer.
who is living in Florida, shou
net not have
his assessment raised to 115.000.
his father's personal property
largely in securities vvu
leh were held In
"The Host fill 1 tner med," Is the frequent
remark of purchasers of Carter's Little Mic-r
I'llU. Wtmu you try them you wlU say the
I "" " it
lS$rtviMm inniil" I") sex.ittny
s ' je''rTw.six..
- .-..-- -.- w ---. ,' lm J... IT) HUH
SCHOOL OF HOMEOPATHY.
.Miseoi tti issiimii; i o.si:m.s in tis
ANSI tl, t II.SMIM III.S.
Iloefiirs I ruin Alt Paris of (be state
lake, Part lu the Prim edlng- I-
tinned lo linns is t Itj by
The Missouri Institute of Homeopathy
convened In its nineteenth annual tonveii
Hon at parlor K of the Midland hotel at 10
o'clock jeslerdaj morning. There were
iiliuut forly membeis piesent nt the llrst
session nnd others came In during II10 day
and I.ist evening.
After President Morgan had called the
convention to order Itev. Hr. J. M. Cro
mer, nf the I'lrst I.utheiau e-huuli. offered
pnver, after which Dr. frank lllllott, of
this ell, chart mm of the entertainment
committee, Introduced Major Webster Da
vis who delivered n short nddiess of wel
come to the visitors. Ite assured them that
for all gathetlngs In the Interest of science,
for tho bcttetmenl of mankind nnd the nl
levlatloti of siifTcilfig, as well as all others
of n right nnture nnd laudable purpose.
Hie Intchstilngof the city hung out nlwaj's.
The members of the convention wire vvt-l-eoiiie
and the cllv wns gild to halo them
here, nnd hoped their stay would bo both
pleasant anil piolltabie. lie refened to the
m.inj attractive features or the cits, lis
commercial advantages, Its good phjsl-t-liins
nnd faithful ministers, not roigettlng
Its picking houses and slock jimls and
other like cutei prises, nnd then bado all
welcome to nil thu ho-pllalltlcs of the
The r.'stKjtise lo the welcome was made
bj Piesiib-nt .Morgan who made leplv und
with thanks acknowledged the emu teste.
e'Xtended und stnte-d Hi it they would be
thoroughly oppii elated bv the vlsltois
'Hip formal uppolntmcut of committees
was then taken up nnd tho foienoon sea
slon woic uwav.
I'lKin .assembling nfter the noon hour the
annual ud'lress was read by Picsldent Moi
gau II wns .1 paper that contained some
stioug advice and sugge-sllons lo Hie pine
tllioners and pointed out some matters ot
Interest to the school of medicine and the
piofesslou In gcuein! In the uibltess ho
mfei ifil to the failure to establish a cbilr
ot homi'opatby nt tho mi-dU-iil school at
iii' siam university ny the last legisiuiiio
and gave as a cause for tho failure tho
fact th it the application of the osteopath
lsts was made at the same time Tin 11' was
also a stout opposition made bj tho dozen
members of the leglslatuie wlu weie piae
tltlotu rs In a different school of medicine.
He niged the members of the convention
to be more careful In their piaetice, ob
serve the laws of hygiene better, and In
this way the publlo was bound to tnko
cognlince of the lellablllty of the piae
tice and the work of the profession.
Seve-ral p.ipeis wore lead then on the
subject of clinical medlelne nnd followed
bj the number prepare d on obstetrics. The
p.ipeis weie also discussed after being read
and vailous lutere-stlug points were
biought out In the discussion
The convention will continue to-d iv nnd
pipeis will be read, The special nrdir of
busliu'ss at noon Is the soleiMlou of a place
for the next meeting and the election of
olllcors for the coming jeir.
At the evening s(.sslon the regular order
of the progtaiutne was waived and Hie re
Iort ot the legist itive committee submit
ted. It was picsented bv Dr Hi.ulj. of lids
eltv and was to the effect tli.it the com
mittee li.nl gone te. see Governor Stone and
hid iiskid tliat he advise the founding of
a chair of homeopathy at the state mil
veisitv, and that he bad promised to 1I0 so,
but he had refused to go further,
as he was uske'd to do. and sot,
aside one of the state insane asj'
luins for the use and pi.u tlee of the phv
slel.ins of tint school The lepoit said it
was the dtitj of Hie members of the e nn
veiitlon to go on with Hie investigations
and spie.ul the work of education, so that
fiom the n.'Xt legislature better lcsults
might bo ol tallied.
The health nuthoiitles of a number nt
states hive reeentlj mule exbiustlve ex
aminations of tin biking powders with
the unllorni tesiilt of tindlug Uie Itojnl su
peiloi to till otheis.
Stephens' vV.iunet is s. rlous.
John Prolllt. who struck Perrv Stephens
on tile fot.iietd with a club, causing
Stephens to shoot twice at him, in a light
ovci Hi. pits, nee of a gasoline stove- lu
the house wilt re Piofllt ami .Stephens lived.
was arraigned before Justin .lovee nnd
lOiuuitticd to the lountj J. ill without bond
to aw. lit the- lesult ot Sti phens' wound.
St. plu us lias been unionseiems ever since
an i.ulj bout jesterdij mottling. It was
at Hist thought that ids wound was ,1
tiivi.il one, but it N now behoved that u
blood .lot has eb v eloped at file luse ot
Sti phens" skull. It Is liighlj piobable that
he will die.
Vlniiag.- 1.1. on-. s Is-oeil.
The following couples wcte jesterd.is'
licensed to wed.
Allied I! Van Clove, Union Citv, Ky... 1,1
Mis. Cathtiiue Pas ne. K.iusia e'lts .
A. Pi ite itverlieek, Plitte City, Mo....
M iggle I'i, Kansis Cits
Illi un J ileorge, Jackson cotiutj, .Mo.
M.iihc Kellj, Oik lliove, M
August W, Millet. Kansas City
Maty Kli.ibcth Ilhouibeig, Carrollton.
Hi nis flri.u. Kansas Citv
Alien Wiseman, K. ills is city
.Mb Inn IK I'. un. K. ins in City ,
Hose Heina, Kansas c'ltj
William Mat sh ill K.tn-as City
Alkie Audi rson, Kansas Cltj-
lllrtlis lloporl. il.
Tho following hliths were reported to
the health ilopiriuiint yesterdaj .
I.ahmiii, William U. and -Maty I.'.; boy;
SOI Washington, April .'.:
Helm, Albeit ami l.'ll.a; boy; 1000 Wal
nut; .Mull ".'.
l'lnlev, W. JI. nnd Citrlo A.; boy; 00
Hist Ninth; April k
Wells, v, 1:. and Canny M.; girl; 2003
(Ituiett nveiiuei April 21.
I.nmbeit. II. Iiwln, Jr., and Carrie 1; ;
gill; ll'.'l Oik; Apiil 21.
The following deaths were reported to
the health department jesteiday:
Ad uns, Thomas, 17 jears; s.'IS Cheiry:
Ainil 22; tuberculosis of lungs; burial at
Huge is, Cora I".; Ci jears; All Saints'
hospital, Apiil 22; hemorrhage; burial in
Waliuff, Cathetiue; 7 scars: Kansas
City. Kas.: Apiil 21; old ngu und dcbiiltj;
builal In Klmwood cemeteiy.
Noland, Lena: 23 jenis; 1213 Charlotte;
April 21; tuberculosis; burial lu Union eemeterj-.
Iluchannn, Joseph; 17 months; ."".Il Ceti
tial; Apiil 21: whooping cough; burl it In
Hainan!, JMllh 0.;2ij years; MX! Holmes:
April 21; pneumonia; burial lu Kliuwuod
I.lslk. Nelllo Agnes; J jear; 720 Hast
lllghtceuth: Apiil 22; croup; Initial In
.Mount St. Marj's cemetery,
Klltrell. Mrs Vim; sa )ears; Westnort
nveniie. iu-.tr Washington stieet; April 20,
hemorrhage; builal lu Union lenieteij.
Dunn Mis. Alice l-'laiencn; ?' scats; I'll
Charlotte; April 22: asthiu 1 nnd pneumo
nia; builal In Mount St, Murj's cemetei j
Mj rlada aro defrauded to enrich the few.
Dr. Price's llaklng J'owder Is emplosed by
tho people and works for tho good and
health of all.
Ilr. I ulllu Is lu (hirge.
Dr. George O. Coflln Is now In complete
possession of thn oillco of cits- plij'sielaii.
Yisleid.iy he called upon his predecessor,
Dr, A. M. Ciow, who uceomp uiled him 10
the city hall and tho city hospital, ami
turned oyer all tho city records .111,1 other
property therein to him and look Ids ?
telpt for the same. City Phj-slcl 111 Collin
sajs he will not announce his appointments
incuts until some time next week,
"In regard to the scheme ot thu lulnotlty
of the members of tha upper house to
elect another cltj- physician after tho
lipsn of live tUjs fiom the elutu of tho
meeting nt which Dr. Colllu was conflrm-d.
I shall do nothing, because there is not li.
Ing to do" said Major Davis list night.
"Dr. Coillu has his commission, ho has
filed his bond, which has been apiuovcd,
and he has the olllee ami all that pertains
10 It. So there Is nothing that the upper
houso cun do to oust him."
If the baby Is ruttluir teeth uie Hint old
and well tried remedy, Mltb WJNt,l.O"S
SOOTHINCl SVltUP. 2cnts a bottle).
No Meeting of thn Comnierrlal Club.
President Fuller, of the Commercial Club,
did not call that bpdy together last nlgh
when the time for tha meeting arrived for
the reason that many of -the members
were prevented from being present and It
was doubtful If a quorum could have been
counted hud ho dono so.
Dou't vvalt until jo aru sick before trying
Little Carter's Liter Pills, but get 4 vial at
euce. Yeu laa't take ihu wlthyul beuetli.
!. .- " s, ;
' ' n s
popularity is based on
of the makers liar, been to make it the. best piano pos- I
sible at a popular price. Just how well they have sue-!!
ceeded you can tell by comparing it with any other
piano at any price. It ranks with the finest it sells j
for less than many inferior pianos are sold for.
I J. W. Jenkins1 Sons, VK.W
OkloHt Music IIouho in Kansas City.
TOO DARKLY PAINTED.
Iliaugellst Alkliitmi si, Phi, ,1K,i Has
II. 111 Malluticil b.t (' rlnln
Continuing his sermon at the Cumber
I1111I l'leslijleilnn rhuieh on "Sin' last
lllglit i:vaugellsi Aikliison alluded to the
sneer so orten made thu Chicago Is the
wlikcdi-st city lu the I'nlon. und pro
nounced It false. Ilercrrlng lo some vvld.
l.v tepotti'd statements rei-entlj mado in
this elly to tho same olTcct bj a visiting
nie.Ho.io no prnnouncin tnom ausoluieiy
libelous. He said he had lived In Chicago
a good while, and having s. on nearly all
ot tho Am. ili-nn cities, both lu the Pulled
Mates and Canada, he alllrmed that In
proportion to magnitude, tho much ma
ligned city Is no woise than the otheis.
It was a vorj- uuti'iinl no.-urienie, he sull,
tint as many munlcis had bee 11 leportcd
In tho same length of time ns on some
lecent dajs In Kansas Cits. That Chicago
has much sin and vice ami crime the
speaker admitted was I.. joml doubt.
Ilesumlng his discussion of sin he spoke
In tender and earnest words or the nw rut
darkness and helplessness intending a life
of sin. And while sin Is so hateful the
author of sin Is stilt more hateful und
therefore the devil Is to be le'garded as
the advers.irj of men. lint the sinner Is
not to bo hated, however hateful sin miiv
be. The pievalent tendency is to hurl the
fallen deeper and Tin ther down tho fatal
Incline, 0111 e they nie down.
This is not the Great I'.ilher'o method,
lie loves tho slnnct while ne bates the sin.
then followed a graphic nnd thrilling In
cident of the evangelist's elTort to save a
brilliant .voung man who had been his
chum during the long and poiiious m itch
to Kartoum, and who afterward g.ivo him
self whollj np to a lire of sin This Inci
dent was 1 elated In a subdunl und pathetic
inailUl I .Hill lOOVIll the miillonc- Tierent.ll-
Ills There wire luanj- lequosts for prajer
and a dee Ided luc-ie.ise in tho attcnd.inco
.,.?lr ,VI,'.I"S0" .s'inB a solo. "The Old
1 line Itellgton," tho audli nee singing the
The meetings will be held nt .1 nnd T'30
p. 111. 1 neb 1l.1v, and the promoters of the
revival aie much eucourag.l with the
pi ogress so far.
No scale's have to be used In weighing
biscuit made fiom Dr Prim's ll.iklng
Povvder sive the delicately regulated ones
of the palate.
Mi's Ida Haiej has in en appointed cash
ier at the .Midland hotel.
A lamp exploilid In a barber shop nt
Ninth stieet and the Male line nt II o'clock
last night There was no loss.
In the D ilil-Thomp-nu contest jeslorilay
Recorder of Votus Arnold re-cotinti d the
voles cast lu the Slxtj -second precinct.
Two cars of earthenware, four cases of
eiitbij, two cases of books nml one case
of 1 lees weie leeeivcd at the custom house
Joe Jvlng w is arrested vesterdav 011 11
rh.ugo or sliallug o its from li Cork Jns
tbe Jojee committed him to the county
J ill for uliKt) el.ijs.
Joe Wade, thirgnd with highway robber)-
in Kansas Citv, Kas., was arrested
jesterdij- In this cltj and delivered to the
pioper authoiltles last .veiling.
P. H. .Iticklej', cbirged with assaulting
his brothoi-In-liw, James II. Iitike, with 11
cine, took a chance of xeiitie imm .Instim
Spits' to Jusllec W'inthrow's court j-estet-d.iy
llulldlng and mlseelluneous penults
uniounllng to J".,12 Wire taken out jester-il.ij-.
One wus for excavating 101 the foun
difions of flu- Altmuii building at No. 1101
unci J11M l lllllll siieet.
The Kansas ritv T lieosopbie il Society
will discuss "K.irlin and Pree Will" at its
line ting on Thursday evening. The meet
ing will be held in the looms of the so
clet.v, u u Walnut street.
When the case agilnst Albo Miller,
chaiged wllh shilling Prank IVtuson.
was called In Justice Uiwthorm'H court
jesteiday, 111 Itliei Peterson nor ans ot tin,
witnessed for tin- prosecution put lu np
peaiance. The cise was lontlnunl until
April 27, and Justice Hawthorne old. r. .1
nttichuieiits to be issued for all absent
A tin can, hermetically sealed, was f mini
Sistenlas In the kit. Inn of the Cunning
ham hotel, corner of Ninth ami Oil;
stieets, and as its presence could nol bo ai -counted
tor, a minor went about 1l1.1t an
Infernal machine had been found The 1 111
was can-fully open, d at the l'i nti ll police
station and was found to contain haiiulcss
giay ochre, used in piinls.
James Willi 11111 tiled to steal .1 p ilr of
trousers from No. .".a". Mtiin street A .Mrs.
Kuuipf, who llvis at that nlaee. sorana bo.
tweeii the man and Hie door. an. I bo
knocked her down ind kb ki d her si verily
about the bodj-. It Is feared that th.' In
juries sho leceivecl m ty prove n lions.
Williams was arrested bj Policeman
S-hult. and locked up at tho Ceuli.il po
The Rojal llaklng Powder Is the purest
nnd strongest baking puwihr made, and
his received thn highest awaid at all the
gieit International nnd state fairs wher
ever exhibited In competition with otln rs.
Pump my A'to Attend Kevlvnl Servlros.
IIj- specl.it Invitation veteran Company
A vvill attend the setvicea nf tho Itev Dr
Wharton lo-nlght at the Tliltd regiment
armory. Sevenly-flvo seits will bo re.
serveci ror tneir use. Tne compiny will
assemble at hendqu.il teis in iinllorm at 7
p. in. ana marcii in a nouj- to tno armory.
Mr. T, 1". Gilbert, formerly In drug busi
ness nt Illghtli niiel Campbell streets, has
puichuscd drug stoik and llvtures of it. I..
Kruegcr at Highlit and Woodland ave
H, C. It ilslnger, Denver, is nt tho Co.ites.
J. S. l'assett, Klmlra. N, Y l.s at the
A, O, Morgan, lloston, Is at tho Coites
U, J, Ilunh'y, Chicago, Is nt the Coates
A. H. Wood
Dcllance, U Is at
J. II. Cooley, New Haven,
W II. Ilanford, Siouxr City, I3 at
W. J. Hill, St. J.ouls, Is at the Coites,
C, JI. Yost, Out th i. Is nt tho Coites,
U. M. Ilartlett, leoulsvllle, is at tho
S, P. Morrlsej-, Jiidlampolls, Jntl,, is nt
II. W. Hall. St. I.ouis. Mo.. Is ut tho VI.'.
II. J. O'llijan, Louisville, JCy., Is at tho
Mrs. M. Calona,
St, Louis, Mo., is at tho
Miss Ulla Well. Hamilton, fo.. Is nt n...
J. .Melsenger, J.jous, Kas,, Is at tho Vic
J. C, Rodgers, St. I.ouis, Is at the Vie
William Slckels, DteNel, Mo, Is at tho
G. Tablot, Nevada, Mo. Is at tho Vic
torla. Mr. nnd Mis. Mark ii. Ttosh, of Chicago,
arc- visiting In the elly.
, M. 11. Nicholson, of Council Grove, JCas.,
Is at the New- Alb my.
C. Griiber. of Lexington, Mo., Is at tho
.uWVn" w','1,Mn9i of Afton, l. T was at
the New Albany yesteidaj,
W. It. Drake, of St. Louis, Mo., Is at the
V. Shapter, of Toneka. Kas.. is at thn
Estimates furnished on all kinds ot llulldlng Material
Country Trade and Car Shipments especially solicited.
solid merit. The dctcnninntinnll
""(W.B. .-. ,.,
OF INTEREST TO STOCKMEN,
llllllti: Is AN IM'IHAM 11 II1:MAM) Kilt
c.vi 1 t,i. 1 nit i.M-our.
-irgor Itt.rlpts nml it lletirr niinllly of
OIT. rings llntn Kii.i.iirag. d Itnjrrs
lor tin- I't.n Igu Vliirkel-Prlres
High, r'lliaiin i irAgo.
Tho Incicisetl tecclpts 11 ml better qunl
lly uf the olTVrliiKH jesterelay cntisod ex
porter to tnko hold mote freelv than
for some time'. Thcie were 2,i.0O moro
c.tltlo helo than In Chicago nnd 2,200
inoii' thuti In St. l.ouls and Omaha
romblnctl. I.'.iHtinau iiloiio got thlrly-sK-t'ltts
of export sleets it nil .Schvv.irzse'tilbl
ex. Siilzbirger Cotiijinnj vveio ftce lnijer.
hovvcr prices nml gootl supplies en
e'liiirtiglng fieo busing of heavy cattle.
Hut vvhllo pilcos vveio illsaptKilntlne;
to tho countiy shipper, thej nro still
gootl and tho best iiiitlvej steers urn
Ji 3D per cw-t. higher than this Hum
last c.ir, when heavy e.xpott steers woro
worth only JI..12H-.
J. JI Wlthbcck, JltiilliiKnme, Kim.,
was hero jesterday with cattle und
William llnnipson, Jrillselalc. Kns.,
had In cattle yestutd.ij'.
I). X. Hat ties, Leavenworth, JCas.,
eamej In with hogs yc'sleicluy.
James McCllntils, Devon, Jxits., vv.13 nt
tho y.irda ycsteiday vvlth cattlo nml
Si.ssofl Jlios.. Tales Center. k'a . nm
In yeslcrilay with cattlo tinil hogs, nnil
lepoit the number of cattle und hogs
In Woodson county 50 pet- cent shorter
til. in lust je.tr.
J'"ox: ei K.uls-, JMIrplny, JIo had in
cat Ho and hogs je.steidav.
W. J. Ituuibel. Jlorati, IC:t3., w.is hero
vestertlay with hogs.
J. 11. .Staines, Henry Hctnlcy, C. Ilobker.
.ind W. A. J'errj-. P.iltuioutit, JCns., vvcru
ill jesteiiluy vvlth cattle- nml hogs.
li. A. Hicks, Atchison county, JCas.,
enmo in with cattle jesterdaj-.
Xorils Ilros., Chase county, Jvus.,vvero
lieio jesterday with hogs.
Jluiiiplirey .V: Robinson, Ilockvllle, Mo,,
wet-o nt tho yntds j.sterilny vvlth cattle.
U. I.. I'oiter, 1'ettlK county. Mo, got
feetleta heie yesterday. Ho .sajs fat
cattle nii about nil gone from his
comity. A fair number being fed for
tin- June nml Julj- 'innikee. I'm hogu
nl o nie sea ice.
l'reel Youiit. Sllltonvdlc, Ivus , lmil In
It. I.. Coble, I. Jt Hrovvn anil AV I,,
lititts, Clevilanil, .Mo., vveio In xestei
diiy with cattle and horses. They"ropoi t
fat cattle 2". per cent t.hoit In Cnss
county and hogs 10 per cent short
l-'ifiuk Ucilj-, eioodricli, IC.ts., was. hero
yesterduy with cuttle.
H. I'ldnag.ui nnd 13. H. Samlers.
I'.ul.er, Jxas., camo In with cattlu nnil
Thomas DKon, Jr. of Junction Cltj-.
JCas, was here jesterdaj- villh 210 goiitl
native steers 01 nis own teeciing
.1. J, McAvoj-, Jl.urls, JCas , was in
yesterilnj- with hogs
lleoigc- Hnniiiili, Oi.itlie, JCus , wis ,11
th" J.uels jcsteidnv- with cattle
Thomas Dixon, of Junction Citv Kas ,
was at the v.uds yesti-tilny visiting his
sons. Churl, s and Como.s DKon.
Arm nnllkn all other pill.. No purglngor
piln Actspttlallv 011 the liver and litle car
tel s Mttle l.lier Pills. One pill . 1 doss
Was a King
117.0 71 n loirhi tliiqhttr And tfure
tMM el ijttUhfj Imm 11 ho 1 ttliUtt Itielniebj
dauijfitir Hit Ji tai J 1,0 , l unlvs
yni f'l 1 turiufili thi ilfiirocmd U
dwijMif liHl rhtjlimf 1'kiiio cut i ir'i
an iiim ilijiu " I,' uiid-tl "l htiitialarqe
but emu nl e ir in fan, fun t irt "
Hit imiini vinn IrttU and trltd tha
inij tilth J'niiios but ht tin nrlablij inii
"X I; " Hut jinallij thi youivj man
broUSht Up el
Th' King Uiltnrd, imtld,laurird aroit
grinml the ijnuvj man t hund and mid:
ly huij, tak e h-r; the in vuurt. Zend Met
iilljvr the I'luno to m '
(-; Sell These Goods.)
KANSAS CITY PIANO CO.,
1215 MAIN ST.
v. 1:. i:i.i.siiiti:i:, 1 sianaouk.
Ail. contributed bj a 10 year ol U
Tents, Awnings, Flags & Covers
200 second-hand tents for s..i!a elie.ir. ni.
flics, almost new, uUo large louud tents
4U lert, CO feet, eO fe-e't, ID feet and 100 feet
diameter, oblong tents, SOxtO, S0n50 SaxW.
0xW. COxOO, JOxlOO and 100x150 feet. Writs
P J IJAIvKff Wrt Third St.,
t.. if, ll;j.JVl'jJi, Ivumasflt), Jlo.
for . v g