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TUK KANSAS CITY JOURNAL THURSDAY, ,IUAK 0, 1895.
KANSAS CITY, KANSAS.
fc -x X '
"XXV. - -v N -Xx. v -
These Firms Do Business
far High Grade Work,
fit Mlnntsnl i ve.
I el. Act i
llfinetiitier there i
In Kirlrr Institute
Hi Kansas I lit. Mil.
Hi wore uf I limp
G, W, BETTS,
.lo'lii'c ol the IV,ff.
I'll' mh. Iiilinro .
ji rtof pii it ii miu
S. iN. .Wson A
1 Ml in If requested
I. Up tlonsa se. Ixlty ( iiam'ei oil ., llhlg
ill niji iiii:n
l..r Mini) mi iinl All
iui , c rs I.
I ive I oi' . uai
41 11. I. til s. V) pel
liu Ji il 'I i peutce
4i HA ' n
Mtlt Ml VXI'v
l'.ll.ne llrnc snrp,
f.JI MIllllKilll VC.
iwi. nwi v I
IIIRhe t (trade gnud
Hit Owl Plinrm.icv
Phot." No ttMtSI
'If lijii. your urn
rlptlntis i at oiling
Hid i len'lll i,l) , n. i
vounde I v I unlet
rirrnl with rare
in i dispatch
I. II. Oitclll) ,V (.,
I't l n ir I' I
I'rn' ii si !
vors litnr ui'ppd.
II. I Ml t.l. I'riit.,
nili A liil s
Ivans 14 1 Iti. linn i.
W A. EMHMIHiB,
Wd-ilfvalf arnl llctail J'lone Vinl,
sith anil MIiiiii it.i Alp.
si nit v. ,,'M '.lpwalk a pp
nl!j. ( nini ril'lnii no' Iti It, .n
u ii.tii our uini i uan j r .ill an !
pt i -.limit
The Journal olnce has been ;
removed lrom the Chamher '
of Gommercp to tho first tloor !
ot tho Columbia Building at
aixtn street ana ftiinnosota
Rodin ::(ii; I'oi'isinoutii niiiu-
.-ii aiinm: oi a r.
WILL BUILD OR BUY.
A ( ill i:i ii s)cii,i dim i,iimim:ii
MOLIKCA lllll -I: III UHIMIII'.
WOMEN WHO CANNOT AGREE.
mii, i ik.ns ritmi tiii: itii'i i:
iioiii: mi itii or MAN.ii:its.
Mrlklti; lliKiiiukiTi lii'liirn in Work nt lie
lllll I'll WllKi'i l.nri-11 Hoi; I'opllliiliiiii
In lonla-l. imp mill llnl.ip
pl lowii . Matrimon
Thp oiikrpR.itlon of the IVople'8 Alcthoil
li: I'm ximit fhuri'li. of this city, will
n-iun haw a house or worship of lm own.
Ur Sr pin in,, chnnrellor of the new unl
MTut v Mil lait evcnlni that within six
wceki k round would he broken for the
rotio i.-iti.iii of a new chureh or another
liur li . iiiilee woulil he puri'h.iiicd otiliiht.
Tht In i.h horlety owns some line lots
n ar l 'inner of Seventh street nml Xe
l""ki aw line, urul the member: are unx
iji i . i mid on them
nti. ns mated that promli-e.s of nu
ll i'l been intule In the li.it ami
w ih iH'iiirei! u benulifiil chinch
i ii i ted thin xeatJon.
w-nt thin the Eastern people rail
'he asxlmani e promised, a piop
I'tir, ham' the properly of the
iiniilan i hnn h will he talteii uri.
Tl i'"-." il li loiated on TaiiiiitiH'. ave
I) ic 'an w.st ot S.-w-iilli street, tlld the
buii.niiK is i ver neat one The fhilhtinn
i i n people claim thai the bulldliiK la n ,
nti i.iu sm.ui to uccommudate their lariie
jniii; .11,11 and they want to sell it and
i i mole commodious edllbe In that
i,i 'I hey lime submitted a proposi-
i. u . II to the Methodist I'rou-stunt
I .i lm' It will not be considered until
xx ji i - i iwmI from nantern parlies
I s . . s.-ntr xvlll K-uve lo-day tor his
hi.nn .i Pit il,urj. He xvlll hold u eonfer-
i i tl.u Kaalcrn purtiea who haxe
jrjn. s. , ,i, Ml,t mil notify the trustees
1 ' "',t! Imnii'iil.iuly th-raftfr. llojioard
i n .U . . i-riaiii ttiu t me money will b
1 ' " I" MM'akliu about the matter
v ii he said
.mi -i, our people hire wf.uld prefer
i t ,i new cl.ur. h buil.linu on ih' ir
I cm on Nebraska uvi n.ie. It in utl it-
i ' I ' iiiotl utul (hell tllex (Olild ailont
.. l. lit. 11.... K... t a l. ..
.,.,., ...,.H ,,,,, IXIIilK lie muil-
If xxe ei what nas
i "ill. id ' li'V Will be able l hull. I
' o ' i piiiposltion ut the Ceutrul fhris-
t ii ,i auirrvt;.itan will be cotiHld-
ir ii is almost ubsulutoly net eury to
) mi' h here Three yeurs ao the
, i s t.i the tuudienniul conference
. i itobl the next i outurence in
lv sim j4U(I. 'j-,g p,,iv iViH u,.(,,.ted
i" i r ii tixht upon the promise thai
n,r 4.tlon hete would haxe a nice
Mil 111 Which I ho llieelllic mulil
h i Now. those xx ho opposed the se-
f thin clt) at that .onferetne
k w id it the cnnKn Ballon litis no ihurih
x I th.-v want thu i jiiferein e taken
w.) fr m this clt) and In Id In koine oilier
'. itt. f ,n.1 ". "'1'l li-"-'- We want to
Kit 111) .f tile lenient of Mil ehllnll in till
puipix 'o ;otne hen Ii will help us In
H i rani ling ol uiir uuiverslt) It wo
ar Bi ' il . in to coniH and l.sjk oxer t.to
(.rotjii n will mean much fur Hii iinlser
' ' v'l we want to do is io wet them
li- e it, J then- is no w ly to do that better
lh in i i hax" the lOlllilelli e held here us
ii v all alt. ml It. Vow, w. who worked
' - J c-trlo'isl) for this i In iiiopose to
V 1 t tint the i Itlf. jell .- Is ,,Jld here
111 a itn Al- tliodit I'micsiaiit i tun. h."
moui: inn. s 'in.v.N I'lui'i.t:.
Canine I'lipulal Inn i,r I n id-n. i.i.np nod ill,-
Uxlppl I nix ii Imisiiill) I. ii ur.
tx Am ss.,r Hailliiuijii and hi. . oii.s
' v li'ltl haxe been bully i-iiifuurd dui
iB ii n-it few w.eks taking the i in
' si - 1XU UlMtM liaXi; Crei i ulll-
t. . ii v.hiih is lout. d '.Wl-a-Lout, ,
x .is,lppi Tuaii .VcuiJIil-t lu ib
ie- or .-tit tbeie ue inur- duns in
ill - linrl. U than yreuplv This ej( the
- .ur- ure laKinn a i,-nil ui dwtfs us
w 'II is families In Alijsl.ilj,l Town the
, i iluiion I, n, uud the ais atwut 4"i
I .- bus makm-i uu- lov and a finiU.u
i h p i iiu In T'-i'l a-Louii Hit- do
i Hili .n ilso exie. d that uf tile psuijilr
I, ixe i liood sbtiu.
I e perfortnnr e of ib 'Old Tinne"' ,;l ', " ,? 'th,J' P' J'lKe oi
r istril i .uili.iu. lim ai k fifth "rea him idncea In Jail aiml ;u- lax While
r,.. mi ijm ..-lain
wis on u7 ll ljt
r t ip i i nun.".
- n ill l!il
I ) 1UI sxt'rfMW TIM
i i i ni i w- was t ititinuouti ruund uf
'li i .ul ijuuh" I Th iiartlci-i" J
e m i-.i U ai. all 40ol In ihuli p. -
r .t-li alntiit a'nu-.iiiittit K.isi ,1 l -
iitrfur uan t was liberally atUadKl an 1 the
-XA WA "V -x r X X 'Xa-X-'NVX
Because They Advertise,
Knn.io City, Kfis.
Illlleet Illinois 9'!
mill !.'! I'liluiiililii
II I PACK l. I.S
I' rtiiinnlli Hide
U Ml Sunt lilne, llatlil) Ui1
(iiniir, tiiniiir, Catarrh.
1 1 ri'imi iitul ill skin ins
tates. Vcnil fur llnoll.
Iicie iiipiiIIiiii ilmirnil.
Dr. D. M. BYE,
( iillihhntHnll Oil ( lit p.
I George Yeager,
II i .il) ,, ,t f
ami ileal li
I iirniT I'JIh mill
I rexh t wk uf stii!e
mil tunc) Krnirl at
inii t ti uxtro
at lowext nr1' es V liol
1 1 1 n K unci" .xij
Irletius are Invited t
I In- xlinrl ilnlii-
KrvihltiK clean and
lira! 1! meimtts lp
! npi'ii uni'l ' ;
ii "lock "1' li nlv!iil 'Iry
George M. Hughes,
Justice o! the I'eace,
N'eiv Xtiniber Wrii,
I I ' Mlnni-iil;! Air.
Ifrfiirmprt with nut
imii ii r . I Pain
I iiMirltt If rciiirlril
I" 'Hniii.i.iH Up. iQlltitloni a iitrlilty
toijd'n-mil u slum
A 6o candle
Less than j
, I llh M, unit 'I, Hunt
nlRlit nr ilir, a npp.
cent pur hour
Wandottt Gat Co.
'l)l. I. son llintmtllM
-li.in lo-ti'Kh' Will '. an i ,r. Ii ins'p of
pniKrainnii' aii'l limn ih' - i . - uf at
nlKhf" piiii. tin" h'iw in h'l-'u will In well
alt-n.kil, which It ilnnm.
A M, I'ltlMUM M. IIIIIIM,
II t'llllpll' Olllllllllll l.lllllT.
I'riiln .lllili;,. Allfll p.tiiila.
I up lile ilpin.iinl foi iniirrliitp IIcimisp
iiit,.nhi iiniu)il I'lnl,,,!.. .luilKi- AiiuIh
r t if hooin i;i)H or tliN i lt. wln'ii he mm
In Hip ri'iil ptnti' lnilii"-v in., ,iw ..iiii,,.
I prnpprn llkp hot . nh,, i:pi.i lonnli-
.ippllul ro" mill Wrii' linl lltPlip
AinniiK the llt w,ii. two louiit,- l.iwyui.
.1 ii l.lttlrk iin.J will .Mii'niuwii iliron
ll.nto. or Itu'oiliilp wn i;lv,ii Hip prlxlli'Kp
or nurryliiK hW kh p-i. i Profi"or 1.7)
mm, or tin- ",ri'toni Imnl, wiih llivnanl
to mairj .Mlv lil.nn hi- Cllniak-i, tin- hluli-
a.ioiiipllhi.'. hllnil rfnl. The follow Ins
N a llt of th.. Ilii'iii. i-riititPil:
.1 li l.lltl.'k. Iviinpax ("Itv, ln
I'arrlp lllll, Kiiiis,i 't", Ka
Mwon H.tiio, ICoKpiI.tle
Di'lll.ih IliiMu ltiiieil.il,
.1 I. Wulkt'i. l'olk r utility. In
Si nil Al. M.. tjieciiwlrh. foiin...
W II AlrCainMi, K,ini.ii ("Itv, Kiip.
htilla Itel 1. Kiiiiiim ("It). Kui
Alii h.U'l Hut tn.ui. Kan-ax (.'in. ICiix.
lieiirKle Nell.'). Kaiii.is fit),' Kas...
(li'ori-i t'tiill". Kim-Mi Cll," Kiih . ..
It illn IMwtiriN. Kiiiiii ''Ity. ICiim...
W .1 l.ii'i.in, Kans.iK Cl'.v, id
Ill.uii'li i:ilinaki., K,in.t4 City, K,i.
W. S CnriiPlliii. Kiiniio Oit. K.i..
Ni'llle Xiw loin. Cus I'onnty.' Alo.. .
. . ,.i;
.Illlin IJl'llllS Imiiimim ("liv. Ka . ..
r'nunii ItriTkliinhle. K.ins.n Clt). Kns..
I 'rank 15 Sloimnpi, iilniliiio
i.i'iiu jtoiiine, itiinonro
Prank Win osltle, Amenlne . .
Anna llnrBer. AiBeiitlnc
'Woni. ill's tliliui. ir lliiiud"
I'ulill.lli il in 'I his t'ln.
1 lie Woman'i AIiionai Iteeutd Hie oT
lli i.il ornan of the Woman's '.'orclKii Alli
sioillliy Soilet) or the Aletnodlit 1'iotest
,im iliuiili, li to he totaled In thl lt
I lie piper ii now piildlhed at Pltiihuri;.
I'.i . but iiine thu eii) veiuii-il the unl
elstv it litis been designated in the pllh
llshltiB point or the paper alio The
lteeord N ft montlil) iii.iKnlne and has a
lai'Ke ilir illation in the .V. sirn Mate.s
It will be edited and mnna'-ted b Itev
Alntlhlu II AI llrlde. n Kmisu woman or
lltPl.tr) nblllty She Is pastor of the l.nn
don Ili'lKlitM Al. p iliuiili. in this elt
The responsible position which she will
take oharire of was jflveu her at the eec
tithe session of the Woman's roielsu
Alls.sloinity rfoelety, held nt llaltiinore.Alay
.Mrs Alellride litis been a resilient of
Kansas for the past ten jenrs. She was
bom In Illinois and was i ducat, d at the
.I.H ksolivllle female lOllcKe. Her fntlter
was n prominent Alethodlsi episcopal min
ister anil ,i j-re.it i huteli worker. She
served four years as preceptress m the
Southwest Kansas i ollcBe, situated at
Iti slBiialloits I'loiii Hie lloird of Xlmi,IKI r
nf t be lies, lie Ilnliie.
There Is a clash anions the members of
the hoard of iiianiiBrs ot the itesiuc home
i mcettiiK hem yesterday afternoou in
the V. Al (' A rooms llu following mem
"" resmneir .xirs j .xi itees. secrotary
Alls J. Al. 1' niton, treasurer. Alls W (1
Porter, auditor, and Airs J w. Pulton
.xirs. A. li.i ker and Airs Z. Xasan. A
meeilni; was held recently nt xxhich the
matron. Airs Hllz.i niehalt;, was usked to
reslmi. She tendered in r resignation,
which xx us accepted Vesterdu niurtiln
she .iK.iln took harRe, at the request of a
member or the board This action on her
part cutised the members named to reslKti.
It xvas stated y sterility that other meni
ber xxould soon result amons them bein
,nie .x.iuniuiw ii.iriier. iresuient or t he
HIS. MA I hi:
serxlie al Hie I'liot fiiiiuii'ir.iHiiiiiil
riiiin li lirt;el Xtt. n.l.il.
The runeral of the late Ilr. S 1' AInlher
occurred yesterday atlernoon at J u'i lock
.,11.1 ,. ., u l-irol, .. I ,...,. I. .1
A Inter prayer
serxlce was held ut the famil) tesidenii.
xxhUh Was alleiuleii b) the telatixes and
iniimuti frleinl of the dei eased At the
I'irst i onur. national . Iiim-li the tesul.ir
funeral service wus held. It UouBheri)
preuched the serinon. after whkh the
bod) wan buried in Woodlawn eenii-terx
The trustees of the Kansas I'lty itnlver
sliy sent a beautiful llmal offerliiK. on
which xxus "In llemembi.iin.i. K ('. P."
Thr folluxvliiic uddittonal juiora were
iliavxn jesteniu) for in- dlstiiit conn.
Lister Johnson, J. S I'lltit. ("liailes Lob
eiistien, Al Lyn.iUMhi II II. Saxxyet, J
ji joiner, i". ,i iiunisoii, J. Al Vo, , W
Xtuh. I'harles Nutter. John Ulbson. J
IKnnessy. Chris Hell, J. I' Urine, John
Hiinn. J P J Hovty II. Qoldmini. Al Alc
Alpine. 4 P. Townsend. D. l. Wlsnian A
Johnson. A d W Coin, J. A Philips and
Cxiitl'slnii o I i.ixeiiwiirtli.
Tin esetirslon to Leavenworth to-uay. to
be Bixeit by Ihe Itoys' HrlKadc of the Pun
l'r. alo terlan .-liureli xvlll lm an eujowibl
affulr Itesldcs nearly all of lh inembeis
of the Sunday " huol and chun h. man)
oilp I will ui poiitiumy the excursion Ai
lanBemeilts have lieeii puitl'- to viit ih.
Koldiers" Imille the penitent) ) ,i, lh,
tort. The n aln will li..i tin X .iMnvcu in
depot ai n' lm li this mornlii,.
mi, 1. 1
V (nil in ltd. II. .I, X,t;,Ui,l,.,
A ue.ml to the Journal xo.ur.Jax an
iiuun.-.'d thai thr First l'rTUxteiiJn .l,ui, i
, H',1 ,''!) v'' '""' a ..ill tui
' ,H' M Moi'Jeiihall. PaMwi ur ilje p.isi
!, ,y'f4"'rf" "-huii'li uf till Hx HeV
.Meliduhall i.a)iltf hr .ituiil il.i . ,,.....ii..
au irum tlluuUyu. X Thr membeis ot
itas- Ulil I'lralutrrlai, cliut.li iJMke
rtei) , Hull to letaln ti i in
V llruukrli Wltlies lakiii li
Al kit trBllen. ivllH IMi ijled i- a wit
ness in the Carey niiinler a-i un mal in
the uisiiln toiirt it...nl.ii u... i.
. , f -- r",r--- v. "-.", uiir
'!"; i'Mur, xnre Ujl.ta-" him u Jail he re-
" - " si uti. vuutsirisuit lluilbl,
Oilliers I In . i
At a lue. ilu.- of To'n Cn lud.e u ilt
X 11 1 VX 1..- .,1 .k, , i. , il . ' vl'
'.. ,xt,ie cUctc 1. jla.ter workman Mar! I
i Thimn RiiHt. over
ex - lei.lvcr J I; Porter.
- Hililnn. recorder, II A
,1 .1 Cotter, In!!" watch.
II f. MiK-mu miKhtf wntch. I' 8, Hll,
trpi, A. I. Kniir, innillrnl ptamlncrs,
Urs. V M stpm.n ami P. IJ. HiiRhe
Mill "-ii.irl tlr, . I. Imlil.
Thf inimliT if Hip inrillnil inofplon
nf thl (Oiitili hap 1ioIi1pi1 to mnkP ft -llllpnl
IIbIiI at ihP plprtlon nl .N'ovetnlior
for flip mill p of i oronfr. Thoy tippPthat
tliH olllro flwiiM In lllloil In a iirnctlplmc
ihjlrlnn ami MI 5tipnjrt Hr. v, 1.. ToiM
for that ollli f
lti tillnii, Mrtiin!
Knw Io.Ikp, No M A. V. anil A. M will
tnppt lhl ppiiIhk In rt'Biilar rntiimunlrn
t Ion to work In tin llilril ilpi:rpp.
X J. HU'NUtJHS. Spcretary.
Ai.i:x (ir.NNixu, v .i.
l!at i'ro' Ilittjtlih lueml.
I: llomtith hat Iippii nfappolnteil hy
rtiiernnr Alotrlll nji a notary public.
The programmes for Hie romiiiPtirrmpul
exir li of the lillnd Inslllulp have hppti
lsind The peri le will take place Alon
.Mount Urns' trahfr: tel. wp1 SI.
. Attoinp) Will AlpCnmlsh ami MIk Slclla
Held wet,, unlli I in mnrrlapp nt Hip home
nf Hip btlde's paients on AriiKtrotiK ave
iiii hut .'WMiitiB
Piano to rnt, J1.S0 MS IIikIpiI bullillhR.
Alt" Anna Mnteon wa apiolntPil nil
mlnitrali Ix or thp pstnle of her late hus
band IMw lid AlatHrrson hv Probate
Indite .nitl' )estetdn..
nrubel' rrpam soda for family u
Th" Kpifwiiial Association, of IMuer.
inn tdn"e will jtlxe a rtimmpr festival
Pndiii initlit al Woodwanl's hall, corner
Third strep', ami Lafayettp avenue. A
line iniMii.il and literary piosruintn has
b'i n il ranged for the occasion
t:-t'oun lliiiini III. hard Hen: has tiur
i based a line rmldenie on North lt!i
street Tor JI '"V
Ollli.'! i'ikswpII wa sutnmoiieil to Sec
ond sic it and I'leeman aenue xeslerdti)
to I'lll ii inutile of doi,"" Which were .sup
posed tn luue been mad.
W n lnilltl insurant:-, no Atlnn f
t'lark hrnppr wim nn.ilsnpil In the po
ll' i eniirt wslrdiiv innrnlUK on the charse
of Icepitm a virions doe Prion Ills con
sent to allow an ollleer to kill the animal
he was dis hunted.
'Sipilic Taihr was nned i!.'i In police
i ourt Meid.i) for carrying eonceiled
I'lmttel loans I,. . Hose. 1 lusted Mils.
Thne t.ppllni; shop keeper were lined
Ju 1 1. h in imliie court esterdn"..
Theo'lute lllanlon was tlm-d Jlti vester
da b .lu lm- l.eland for stenlinc chickens.
Joseph ii I.ittick was married last nlcht
to Allss Carrie Hill at the home of the
bride. I'lahth street and Armtroni; avenue.
.Wpral friends and relative were present
Jinli,,. Itlinm Slovens returned esterdav
from a tup on lepal business to St. I.oul".
P. o I'rnnk left yesterday for I'lnelnnatl
to Mslt his parents. He will be absent
Attorne) S I. Pish, of Junction Cit).
Kas is in the i-lty.
Allss Jessie Xion. of lionner Sprint's,
Kas, fi tbi Biiesi of friends in this clt).
Alri Sillie Alanter has Bone to Port
Scott. Kas , to spend seeral weeks Islt
itiB hei parents
A, J Tunis, of SptliiK Hill. Kas., Is In
the ilt), the k'Uest of friends.
All bill 1'iiiir nf the strlUlltj; llnxinakers
Haxe Itetliriiid to Work at the Ke-
ilui Hon in I'ax.
A settlement was made In the stiike of
the rippers and about twetitx othtr em
plo.xes (,r the Puller itros ,x Toll Consoll
d.iteil box factor) yesterda) mornlni,' The
strlkets met at the plant and (onsi riled to
rettu n to woik .it the rednml wages and
tlmlr olfer was .ucepted with llu exception
of fotu of the tippers Th, -e four men
were not wanted b) the manaiter of the
plant. They claim ibex would not return
lo xxotk at the present xxages The re
duction was Horn Jli to Jin per week. The
men who look the plans of the strikers
weie .ill furnished work in the plant and
the f.ietot) xxus runninB a usual jester-day-
The lire department was med to the
tailoi shop ot W Posthelthwalte, at 310
Kansas axenue, late Tin sdax nlsht. A
lump fell fiom the leilltiB to the tloor and
exploded, but the dam.iKi was slight.
A baby c.irrl.iBe was stolen from the
.viird or Alt. and Mrs Porch, on Heraer
ax'enue. Titesilay niBht
Allss l.i ItoBers and mother. Airs. Rush
Inc. xx 111 bo to Kentiickx "oon to spend the
Prank Xesbltt has In . n taken to the
.sister's hospital. He has been seriouslv
III foi some xxeeks
A foci.il will be Blven Prldax evening,
June i'l. in Shawnee park, by the local
lodge of the urder of the Wot Id
Airs. John Davidson has returned from a
visit with fib mis at Haldwln, Kas
Clib Webh. I'harles Kevitton and Pretl
Oyer xxent to Southern Kansas last cxen
int; to spend several daxs
'I be I'liioti 'lerinliial Hallway I'liiiipnuy Is
l'ii!MK' il In M ikbiB Hxtenslt,. Im-
prm its In '1 bis Cit).
l.xtenslxe Impioxetnents me belnc made
by the I tilon Tcimlnal IJallwny (.'omp.iny
in this clt). Hxer sime the Pulon T rnil
nnl .seciii.d a ibm ilKhl-of-xx.iy lo this
city It has In en making Improvements, in
the noithein poition of Argentine A lep
lesiniutlxe of the ,oniiaii) xxus in the
city reo ml) for the purpose of puichas
Iiib more piopetty mar Its pteseilt line, on
which to constiiiit switch tracks. The
survey has ahead) been made hx- the com
pany, anil the ptopeity xxill soon be pui
ehased. The stock yuiils nnxv under con
structlou xx III soon be coinpleted, and ex
lenslx'e adtlillons to them will soon be
'1 wo Wi'iIiIIiibs.
Two xxeildltiKS oicurtetl last ex-enliiB In
this city, anil the yoiinj,' people miiitiril ate
piomliictil sin let) people At the home of
All and Alts. J " HaiKcr, on South Pitsl
stieet, their accomplished daiiBhtei, Allss
Anna ll.iter. xvas iinltid In tuairliiBe bv
Rix. W. It Shaw to Air Pi .ink Wiscoskle.
one of the liiulliiB soilety Bentlemui of
the city, nnd also prominent in husneSB
Air. I Al Johnson nnd Allss Anna Love
xxeie mill ibil nt tin? home of the bride's
Patents In the West end Inst , venlm? Mi
Johnson occupies u it sponsible position In
.Hiss i.ove is wen ami tiivorn
lluth couples will lisilll III
Heir In n rnrtiiiie.
A letter was lecolxed xestcid.i) morning
b) William .Millet, of this city, which ion
talus valuable inlnimatluii lor that per
son Hexei.il weeks ago, Mlllei, who Is a
blll'kla)l'l. Ictelxnl a lettel Horn tile
I'ltlleil Suites i onsitl at Hannxei, Hei
many, stating that a tonune of nni,il had
lieiin lilt b) a deceased woman of that
oliv, the lulr In xxhlih xxas one (ieoige
Willi nil Ileui) .Miller, who was last hi.tnl
of at AlBeliline. Kas. Tilt last letter fiom
the consulate stated thai Alllb-i hail
in en posiuxei) ii.eniiiini ns tile hell.
Mlllei will bo in tleriiMiiv In the neai fnt
ui i lo lake cluuge ol the estate lelt b)
The CougitBiitlon.il Siiudu) school excur
sion In Liuxinworth tu-ilav xxill In, a veix
i njoyiible .UT.iIr. A special car has bietl
charieied nnd atiungemitits made to xlslt
the niimeltiilH atliactloiis oltereil by that
The l.titlles' l'i,sb)ierlau Society will
meei lo-d.i) with Airs Watson ut her home
Oil Solltll Ssi'lOIld Slltet
The meinbeis ol the Second llujitlst
chinch, i uliiinl. xxill give u picnic ut Alui
skull's Hioxe h.uuida)
A xxtiirant was Untied by Police Judge
Kiui'.itt yekleidux foi the uiicst of John
lliowilln.' on a ib.iirfe of kei'plliB a dog
mid lefllsllu I" pay the license on the
The fuueial ol Tbuinus I, .unlets, who died
at St AlaiKiueis hospital Tuesday, look
place ytsttiduv tuuiiiing The budy was
Intel, mil In St VUiy'k leltlc-leiy.
AlKJHie) Italph liiualli.. sou ur Hun J J.
lugalU. nr KutiM- i'l,) Alo.. was the giu-iit
ul (! A Tal"l Jislelila)
All It. II HiuWii has gone to Tazewell
("unit lluitse. xa tu Mall hei patent
Ml.1i. Aland I'.nili bat Miluiuid tu Lavx
leme, Kus altct a v Iblt xxlth .VltOKmy
1. 1. I. Tush md wife. .Viuxtcl Ralph
Tuiili uccoiupai led Allss pitllah lu br
In C. I. Hull., and lamlly ii'iuiurd yes
,.id.iy iiiu,iibii Hutu , two wiuks' visit
a i I. os Cruies vl
liedlge . i li v a Kusedule balbel, xxas
lined ,1 li) -I t -t . Tiowbildge yesterday
toi assaullliiB i is wli.
u HiiH'i'i'ilniiieiii will be given on the
evenlUB uf Jul" li al Aletlopolltun hall hy
the local lodu' ol Foivsieis.
All lUtln S 1' h is ucnvt'lllig fiom un
illness ul sivial lay' duiatiuil.
.lolin and Jan ii, I'liukult returned home
to Hxt'Dltuii hpnngi. Jlo. yestetda) after
u brief Visit with William AUHcoigc and
UoV. J- U. I lack, A Kxi.clBior tiiitlligs,
ecr C M li
llnrn iir Jim
Skinner, Km 1
A NOTABLE EVENT
ffm When This tlrrnt Preparation Ha
Introdueed Into lirak.
MAIN WATKR MAKEK.
AltsOl.PTi: I'ltOOl' OP IT- WOUTI1.
It was truly a uotndle exent when Klrk'
llnln Water Alaker was first introduced In
the state of Iowa It has nlre.vlv become
n tn"ceiiy for the Koorl unl simple reason
that It Is an economlier, saxinp half the
soap that Is Used In laundr) work. well
a for toilet purisises, while It prevents
colors In punted jood from runnlni; or
fa din if, and Is most ess.ittal for washlnirs
of nil kinds Us ct-tit worth Is nttplei
from the fn t that it will mlnlmlce the
household expenses anil )et be prfectl".
harmless, it contains no combination of
oflenslie preasps and strone. ruinous lie.
found In ordinary nnchlne lompoiinds.
nhbh illTeots the hauls and ruins rubrics
of ill textures This ah utile. preiMrattpn
has ililtnfouinleil those lhut haie use.1 it.
for ll merits become apparent on th first
trial Tho question has been sVi-it by
nu'di'sl men If llain Water Maker was in
'tirlous lo health We inswer. No" as it
Is Used, for potable purposes her the
water Is henxllv lmprmiateil xxlth lime,
with the most satis factorv results
lllmllx ltetoitiHiind II.
"I use Kirk s Ham Water .Maker for
xvishlnir nud nil kinds of clean int.- pur
(Hises. We hax-e xer) hard xxater. xxhU-h
mis prepaiation makes sou ami pleasant
to the hands I gladly Rue It m heart)
MRS .M AlAltXi:. 1:; Plom axemtc. '
splendid for Ptrrythlni;,
' t haxe cistern water, but up Kirk's
Rain Water .Maker xxlth it. ami tlnd that It
Improves the washlnc wunderfull). I use
It for cje.inlnB exer.xthirc in mx mnilar
household work, nnd ha never seen nn)
thitic that xxould eompar' xxlth It
' AIRS l". J. I!Ahi;s. lMt Sixteenth t "
order a packaite frcn xour crocer for
next xx ash day, they a I kep Rain Water
Alo, xx Ml preach this exeninc at the Chris.
Hon Pnloti church
The Hood Samaritan Socletv of the M. K.
ihiirch wilt meet tn..la) xxlth Mrs John
'Allss' Kdtth Klllmer will co to Ottawa.
Kas in n fexv da.xs to x st friends
William .MI'ltllekaulT is entertalnlnc his
unile, J. A. Allddlekauir of Oule county.
HeKlnnlnK June 1 the Kansas city Jour
nal will be delivered I'l Hoeedale by Ku
Bene .Miller, who xxill aNo collect for same
at the reduced rat" nf 10 cents a xveek
and make his collections weekly
John r Shannon, the t.u oreanlzcr of
the Junior Order of Timed Amerlcin Ale
chanlcs. xxas In Hoedale )esterda),
AIl.is Minnie Wse. of the West end, s BO
itiB on a xllt to Alelxern. Kas.
Ths DpRree of Honor will meeit In Its hall
to-niitht There xxill be an election of of
lli ers and other business transacted
Street Commissioner Denback Is Rettlnc
the streets and sidewalks in Bood condi
tion. AIiss Mamie Hanson of HlBClnsvllle, Alo.
Is the Ktiest of her brother. Charles Han
son, of th- Xorth end.
.Master H-irl Doudnii. of th Xorth end.
has cone to Ie's Summit to visit hl
Airs, Hicks, a former resident of Rose
dale, Is xlsltlnB with the family of J, H.
Morgan, of the West end
The ladles of the Al K church xxill six.'
an Ice cream social Saturday evenlns on
JuilBe H. L. Stlne receixed a letter from
Congressman Dick Hiu" yesterday morn
ins;, aeceptlns: an inx nation to speak at the
Pourth of July celebration, to be clxen un
der the auspices of the A P A. and Jun
ior Order at Alerrlam p-irk.
Pan Cleat y had his trial In Justice Xleh
ol's court yesterda) moraine. His s0n ob
tained a JudRtntnt of JH.75 against him.
The Cnmmlltee of the Couiiueril.il Club on
Telephones Is Kxpeeteil to Iteport at
There xvlll be -i meeting of the Independ
ence C'ommer. lal flub this evening. The
committee on telephones is expected to
make a report as to the merit- of cer
tain propositions submitted by sexeral tele
phone compinles Willie the members of
the committee lo not expect to tile their
report until to-night. It xxas given out
yesterday that favorable conclusions had
been reached as to the Harrison and Kn
gllsh Companies The rates are considera
bly cheaper, and for local sen ice many
more xxould be taken.
T. C. Carll. ot the Hell Telephone Com
pany, was In the city yesterday making
the acqualntan. e of business mm. xxlth a
vlexv of B''ttlnc an exehanB"' started here
It was said that a number of subscribers
xx ere secured b.x the Hell eompanv.
It Is not llkelx that the matter of sewers
will receixe the attention of the club at
to-night's meeting. Air. Gates, who has
the mattei In charge, state 1 vesterdav
that the supreme court decisions, for
whkh he xxas waiting, had not been pub
lished yet nnd for this reason no definite
plan of action ould be arranged The local
option sewer laxv, passd by the last leg.
Mature, for the benefit of Independence,
would not become a. law Tor two weeks,
and this was another consideration towards
It Is expecteil that the matter of th
Pourth of July celebration will also re
ceive the attention of the club to-night.
It is requested that all members be pres
ent. Criminal Court.
The case of Xlchol is Hook and John
Torpey against the Missouri Pacific Hall
way Company, to recover the value of
buildings said to have been set on lire bv
a passing locomotive on the night of Jan
uary 1, Is'il. ocnipled the attention of a
Jury In Judge Henry's court yei.terd.iy
The amount of damages , l.iimed by the
plaintiffs Is J -s) The t iking of testimony
will be tesunied again to-dax.
The jury in the case of W S. .Madison
against the Missouri I'.iflllc Railway Com
plin v for damages, caused by a defective
ciossing. failed to come to an agreement
yesterd iy W'hui called Into the court
mom last evening the foreman In nnswer
to eiuestions bv the bulge stated that the
jury had found for the plilntlff. but could
not agree on Hie amount of damages to
assess against the railway company.
An Ice I'd k Through Her Hand.
While Airs. F. U. tiill wns engaged In
breaking Ice at her home on West .Maple
nxetiue, yestmla) evening the , e pick
slipped and passed through the palm of
her left hand She screamed nnd fell upon
the lloor. where she was found by a neigh
bor, who heard the noise Other nelghbots
nlo came to bet assistance. The pick
xxas removed from the wound, which was
dressed by a physician who xxas .summoned
to attend hei He does not regard the
wound as dangemus, notwithstanding the
point of the plik was rusty H says there
Is no danger of lo. kiaxv. which trp,ui,.i,ti,
results from xx omuls made by rusty it on
Ills t nudlt Inn Worse,
Nell Chiles, the young farmer, who xvas
shot Thursday night nt Huekner. was ie-
puneii not so x en yesierua). Ho xvas
taken with u sex etc chill Tuesday night,
follow eel by a Serbs of cold sweats, xxhich
left him much weaker. Yesterday evening
a report was bioiight to this city fiom
Huekner that the patient had a relapse,
and that his condition xvas not as favor
able as on the pri ceiling day.
A wedding took place In the Latter Day
Saints cliuu h ut 7 o'clock last night. The
i out, ,u Hub panics weie Allss Heitha Alllls,
.laughter of All and Alts. C. Al. .Mills, and
ll Hands of Kansas I'lty I'ldci J
A. Itobiiisuii ot this illy, oiliciatrd. After
llu ulB.ili xoluntaiy b) AH. Aitluir Mills,
.Mrs W II .Mills tendered a solo en.
tilled. "I 111 .unt '" Piutu the vocal solo
the oruaii moduliid Into the wedding
march The btidesinalds weie .Misses
Sadie Heal). Cora lleaii, Maty Wuiuk)
and Fauule Mills The groom's attendants
weie I'uinvlius .Mills Charles Williamson,
Rubeit Hi lust and Clulclll'e Adlle).
Alls S l.oai will leave to-day tor a
Hip thiuugli Xoiilicin Iowa.
.Miss Aiu'lle Lefuxli'li will leave to-day
for Xoibouie Alo, tu spend a month with
Mm. Sihailftr left )fsteiday fur a iwo
weeks' visit io tel.itlvcs ut St, l.oul
Alls Alai) iti. key died yestenlay morn
ing at lu-i home on South Pleasant ti..it
The fuueial xvlll lake place this afternoon
at 1 o'cloi k from the lesldi'iice.
The Alairii I J. idles' Club will miet ,c.
moi row xxlth Alts J it. (imlslll Tip x will
jiaiiase ui a o . lock nreaKiasi
sime,- ui ,1 -. o . ini'K oreaixiasi. i
The 10U115 Peoiile's Society of Christian J
Knileaxor of the Pre.slivtcrl.iti church will
Kivc .in entertainment to-nlsht In th lect
ure room of the church.
.Mr t A I iiillow, of Pheibyvllle, 1ml.
ii the RUtst of the family of C S. Illanken-
A deed was pbired on roconl convey InR
by I II Httlen, trnstpp, a portion of lien
ton pirk to tho Pennsylvania Fire Insur
ance t'omp.iti) The consideration was
The Ladles Aid Society of the Christian
church will Rive it "sreen tea' thl after
noon at the residenco of Alrsr. . A. Cun
nlncham, South Alain street
Charles l.itlmpr, on of Jiiilse t.itlmer,
of the potinty court, has teen nppolnted
assessor for lllne township
lndependpnre kxdfte. Xo S, Knlhts of
P)thlas will obsprxe Mrmorkil da) Sun
da) next After the decoration of smxes
an address will be mrl wt the Cumbcr-
nini rrrsnxterian church bx ll J. Uroxrs.
The ladles of St VnthonV s Swift v will
Slie an entertainment to-nlsht at the
Sxxopo bulIdInK In the room next lo the
There was an Increase,! attemHnce xe
terdax t the Teachers' Xor-nrat Institute,
The institute attracts a hiree nnmlssr of
Kis.s iltv teachers
. VV C Scott ttrexl suit xeterdMT is.vinst
t v and K s Porcr to recoxx-r the value
of a prximissorrv note xalueil at M.0V
Allss Mamie llsh and sister. Mrs Aim
r. left ves;, tM,,. f()r ,hrtr (,, At n,p.
Ilnrne. Kas Mt -i,h has had . harse
xf the muix detsurtment at the Presbx
terlan l-emale rofleice In this eltx tor s--erxvl
tetms. and has won for Herself an
enviable reputation a thurxmich mnl
cln The Jnirrml is Jelixerexl to all parts of
the city for 4,- tents isrr month or U .ents
1r week H ranch otibs Chrtsman-Sawxer
MiiMlriK where .simpUmts of irr'Biilar
serxlce mil rer-.-lxe prompt attention
kvUVYt lMW n.VL
OF INTEREST TO STOCKMEN,
Till". STOCK l Wills COMPANY I'l'M'IMI
in rni: itr.t.i, srit;t:T iitoiv:itTY.
Mlll He liuprmeil 11 son a rr.turhle
for a Cable Hallway ti Wyiiiulm;
Mreet Is Orantrd liy the Cmimll
Increased line Itecelpts.
Ttio vncatltie of Hell street to the
"stock Yards company by the city coun
cil Tuesday nlelti was signnl for nct
lve xx-ork yesterday on the recentlv ac
quired property A large force of men
xvas busy xllcslntr ot holes nml put
ting In luxsts for a fence around the
property, preparatory to blocklnc. soxx
erlnp and pnvlnp It Work in this di
rection will bv comtneticoil tts -soon .is a
franchise is granted the cable railway
company to build a loop on Wyoming
From January l to June 1 t",S..r. mure
hogs were marketed here from Missouri
than the same time lust year, aNo s.ls7
morx? from Nebraska, 10..M0 more from
Oklahoma and 1.575 more from the In
Ell Titu.s, the live stock agent of the
Santa Fe railroad, who has been under
going medical treatment In Chicago for
several months. Is existed home to-
The Swift Packing Company, it Is
said, xvlll lemi'del Its cold storage d
p.irtmeht nt a cost of Jo.O'O
It is said that the cattle outlook In
Colorado has uei been so bright for ten
x ea rs
i:. H. Oentty, assistant hog buyer for
the Armour Packing Company, xx-as
married last night to Alls- Anna Whvtc,
of thi.s city, daughter of Mr. and Airs
Conley Hros. and Y M Murphy, Mix
anil. I T., xvere heie )eterday with
cattle and hogs.
J. D. Klttrell. Checotah, I. T., had in
O'NVal v: nines, Winchester, Kas.,
were at the yards yesterdav with hogs.
A. Phermnn. Hiawatha, Kas., came in
yesterday ivlth hogs.
Olaf Ieiison, .Marquette, Kas, vvn In
yesterday xxlth cattle.
Robert Wlnnlnghniti, Seymour. Mo,
came In yesterda) with sheep
II P Heets. Hillsdale, Kas. was at
the yards yesterday.
W. H. Casey. Kldorado Springs, j0.,
xx-as here yesterday xvlth hogs
T. P. Ford, Parkvllle, Mo . had In hogs
Y. AI .Mann, Sibley, Mo, was In yes
terday xxith cattle.
William Hath, Xeodesha, Kas, xvas at
the yards yesterday xxith cattle.
W. II Lexxls, I.eavenxxorih county,
Kas , came In yesterday with cattle.
J. D. Pallette and J. S Renick, Lafayette-
county. Mo , vxere here yesterday
W. S Thompson. Alma, Kas , was in
yesterday xxith cattle
Cary Snyder, Dover, Kas., had In
VilIlam Cousins, Williamsburg. Kas.,
was on the yards yesterday xvlth cattle,
L lingers. Sterling, I. 'J., cime xvlth
cattle yi stetd.iy.
x I; Hrown. Augusta. Kas.. had in
J AlcCoxven. Concordia, Kas , came In
yesterday with hogs.
Hat per A: Oassawny, Columbus, Kns.,
were here yesterday xvlth hogs
J. R Price, Cherokee, Kas., wns at the
yards yestenlay with hogs
Joseph (Jllwon, Onajra, Kas., came In
yesterday with hops.
II s. Campbell, Latham, Kas., had in
cattlo and hog yesterday.
Pilec & Cole, Hates county. Mo., were
hete yesterday xxith hugs
A AY. Huteher. Collins, Mo, was at
the yards yesterday with hogs
.Martin McNutt. Lovvery City, Mo., wns
here yesterday xxith hogs.
T C Daniels, Providence, Kus., had
in hogs yesterdav.
IS. . Morgan, Falls City Neb., came In
yesterday with cattle.
AI Harper, Fort Woith, Tex., was up
yestetday xxlth eattle.
Heed Hros., Ruskin, Neb., were In ves
terday with hogs.
Sol Kahn, Montroo, Mo., was here
yesterday xxlth hogs.
Fuller it Taylor, Denison, Kas., had In
Tiimmel Ai Hills. Coyvllle, Kas., vxere
at the yanks yestetday xxlth cattle.
IT IS YOl'R DUTY TO CAST A n.L
I' Kit SON. 11,.
D. Ward, Detroit, Is at tho Coalrs.
C I J. Dozler, St. Louis, Is at the Coates.
Lieutenant 1. V. Smith, L'nltcd States
army, Is at the Coates,
S. AL Delano, Chicago, Is at the Coates.
It. Al. Carter, New York. Is nt the Coates.
N. 11. Grlllllh, Denver, is ut the Coates.
11. II, Yourel, Shreveport, i.a,, is at the
C K, Thomas, Cincinnati, Is at the
P. W. Alursh, Hutte, Mont., Is at the
W, F. Swltzer, Chippewa Palls, Wis., Is
at tho Contes,
Hon. Sidney 1". Cook, of Heilngton, Kas.,
was at tho Coatee House last uveiilliit.
AH. Cook Is u member of the national
buat d of manage! of soldiers' homes.
Hon. James W. (Ur, a piotnlneiit )iiuiig
Di'inociatlo politician of Atchison, Kus
vxus in the city yesteiday.
II U l.e Alaster, Gardner, Kas,, Is at Ihe
W. W. Kelly, Wichita, Kas., u at the
W P. Nelltsh, Omaha, Neb , Is al the
A, AI. Ctliiy, tiiunsvvlck, Alo, is at Hie
R ll. KellOBB, Des .Mollies, la , Is at the
Allss Alary Whitehead, Det oil, I, at the
Miss Nellie Whitehead, Detiolt, Is at the
W, W. Webb, Topeka, is at the Yb toila.
John A, Cole, Topeka, Is at the Victoria,
T, L. Decker, Galveston, Tex., Is at the
H, II. James, Detroit, Is at the Victoria.
T. L. Wilson, Xvxv York, Is at the Vlc
toiia. John A, Tuttle, Chicago, is at the Vic.
VOTfc FOR ALL TUB A.MBNDA1BNTS. J
NEWS FROM LEAVENWORTH,
IlKOlttlK LKWIS -NOTORItllS FIlRdlllt,
RElPMr.1" Ill's OPKRAT10.N5.
I.lentrnant lleneral Hrlinflelil ami Parly
llt the Port and Are Tendered a
Hoes to Topeka,
CteMxrgt lwls, the notorious colored
forger nnd ex-member of Ihe Ninth cav
alry, who was lurxloncxl Lift fall by
Governor Lexxelllng. Inin been nl his nld
tricks ngalli nml the oltlccrs of tho law
utv otiev more nfler lihn.
lwi xxus originally ent to the Kan
m state tienlteiitlary for foriiiiR onlrra
xti a qt,itrterint,ler, nnd xvhlle In the
pen he mlseil n $1 ilnifl lo 120,000 nnd
the money wns ileposltml to Ills ctedlt
In it Virginia bank.
Ho then foiKeil hi own pardon ami
vvttuttt liuxo been released rrotn the pen
Itetttliuy hud he not foolishly written nt
the holtom of the forijed pardon, "turn
this pardon oxer tu Lewis. ., he nmy bo
Identltlexl nl the war depni lliienl."
This aroused suspicion, nnd tlu secre.
tnry of war xx-u. telepniplu'd to nntl nt
once responded that the pardon xx'ns a
Lewis xvas tried for raising the $1
draft on the First National bank, of this
clt), to 120,000 and xxas given three years
therefor, but wn. pardoned by Governor
Low oiling ii ntmxo Muted. Ho then
went tu Weir City nnd pot work In u
cam I mine
About two months ngo he maiic his
appearance in Mtivenxxorth nml liccatiitf
a frceitient visitor at u roloretl uttor
npy's otllcc He soon got the nut of tlio
lntter's habltsi nml uevl his stationery
ami letterheads to iidxiilitagc, opolilng
tip cotresxMiilence xxlth Kansas City
business houses. He sectltetl a lot of
merchandise from the llrni of Doggett
,x Co.. and this Is xvhat has placed Post
oillce Inspector Cxwhran on his trail, us
he Is accused of tisltifr the t'nlted States
malls for fraudulent ptitiHses.
Ixxls ileparted it few days ago, tell
ing the colored attorney to forward his
mall to Lecomiiton. Kas.. nml yestetday
his mall was so despatched, nml the
IKMtoliice inspector xxent on the same
train to arrest htm. A package of mer
chandise that came to his address from
Doggett's, of Kansas City, xx'as also se
cured by the pototllce Inspector previous
to ins departure from this cuy Dexxis
Is sl.v feet high, straight ns an arrow
and Jet black, nnd Is considered one of
the most daiiK-erous forsois in the en
t.leuteu lilt tteueral s bntleld Arrives.
Lieutenant General John M. Pcholleld
and party arrived in tills city yesterday
morning from Fort Riley In a special
Chicago, Hurllngton ,x Quliicy car. at
tached to the I'nlon Paclllc mixed train
from Lawrence. Captain Hodgson of
the fort, met the party at the depot,
and after i-ome delay, a switch engine
xxas secured and the special car containing-
the occupants was taken to Fort
Leavenxvoi th, where, upon nrrivnl, a sa
lute xx-as llred In honor of the distin
guished commander. Resides General
.Schofleld, xxeie the folloxxing' named
persons Mrs. Scholleld and sister, Miss
KUIsjurne; Lieutenant Colonel Charles
11 Scholleld, a biuther of the general,
and also his aide: Air. Scholleld, son of
the general; Lieutenant Colonel J. 15.
Sanger, the general's military secretary,
and Captain Pitcher, of the Second
Genet ul Scholleld wns the guest of
Colonel Haxxklns, commander nt the
fort, and yesterday afternoon, from 4 to
fi, he xvas given a reception, all the of
Ilcers at the post turning out to pay
loiter theie was a. parade and inspec
tion of the entire mllltaty force at the
post. At 11 p m the party departed via
the Missouri Paclllc toad, for Omaha.
Chutfe I, one to Topeka
Hx-Warden Chase xx-ent to Topeka
yesterday morning to confer xxith his
attorneys about sunentleilng his olllce,
and Attorney General F. B. Daxx'cs was
heie In consultation with the county at
torney nnd sheriff, to advise those of
llcinls, no doubt, Just what steps to pur
sue should Chase refuse to surrender
his olllce when his successor appears
with his commission from the Rovernor.
The Impression prevails here that
Chase xxill quietly surrender xvhen the
time comes, and that there will be no
sort of physical resistance.
Wants a Divorce
.Mary Mueller filed suit lu the district
court yesterday praying for a di voice
from her husband, Cat I. The petition
allege all manner of shortcomings
against the defendant, anil besides
charging gross cruelty, says that on the
21th ot May Carl struck her on the head
with a live-pound lump of coal and
neaily killed her: that he attempted to
place her in the insane asylum nnel ac
cused her of disloyalty and Infidelity.
Airs. Mueller asks for the division of
lealty, valued at $1,000, which, she
claims, was mainly obtained by her
own toil and frugality. W. C. Hook is
attorney for plaintiff.
A .Murder 'I i Int.
Ill the l'nltcd States circuit court yes
terday, Judge Williams ptesldlng. the
time was consumed in the trial of
Quan Ling, who murdered a brother
Chinaman, Sam Lee, In a gamo of cards
at Fort Leavenworth last September
The men were playing; poker, when
Ling: accused Lee nf cheating, and In
the light xxhich ensued the former
used a pistol and Indicted xx'ountls that
Ilnally caused death.
W. C. Perty, of Foit Scntt, appeals
for the government and W. A. Porter,
of this city, foi the pilsoner. The trial
will be concluded to-day.
Cual for Hie Soldiers' Home.
Tlie Home Riverside mine, of this city,
has been awarded a contract to hiipply
the Soldiers' home xxith 12,000 tons of
coal, at $1.S0 per ton, The miner of
this mine are on a strike, but soiim of
them to-day slgnilled their desire to ie
stime work at 70 cents per ton, the
schedule Hxetl by the operatois. the for
mer price having been S0 cents per ton.
Last Saturday night the police arrest
ed txx-o young- painteis, named George
Steele ami I:, p M.illery, on suspicion
of trying to pass a $23 check, as they
could not give a clear account of them
selves. They weie placed In Jail in
await developments and were held
therein until .Monday morning, xvhen
they proved the genuineness of ib
check und xx'ere dismissed,
Last night at the council meeting,
each of them Hied a claim against the
city for false Imprisonment In the sum
nf $1,000, each threatening to brine- suit
If their claims were not allowed. Tho
mutter wax tefeiied.
Tim Ladles' Cltcle, of Leavenworth,
has been thanked by tho Soldiers' home
management for tho part It took in the
Memorlul services al the home on Sun
day, .May i't!
The Mascot band xvlll giye an open
air conceit in the couil house park this
evening-, commencing; at 7;Ij o'clock.
The city council met in icgul.u- ses
siuti last night.
John F, Jost, aged 23, uud Lena M,
I.avvsuu. aged 20, weie yesterday kiuiii
ed a license to Wed.
Thru Weie llu new developments yes-ti-ida,y
In tho Home Itiveiuldi- i'uul
Population of Ottaxvu.
Ottawa Kas.. June S.-(Specidl ) O. AI.
ilber tho city ussessor. has Just coin
pleted the enumeration of the population,
and has Incidentally collected some othei
information of luietest The population of
tho city Is 7.O1A the. females bciim in excess
of tilt, males ivi.
The number of dwellings Is l.'.. being
nnl) live moie than the number of families
!n.'.he .:". Xa oii-upy them, which number
l.t.'JI. Native whites In the city, (..ODD, foi
elgn born, 383, and tolored. WO, ' '
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