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T1TH KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, THURSDAY. JULY LV. mi.
PAP HUNTERS ON NETTLES,
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tit A HON,
Me Iln n I mt Appolntlm-tiU til -Make and
cnndlel ltr Are- Autlou li Know
How I hry sininl ,i
III I'm or.
Ooyernor William .! StotK- urtved In KofK
fan ntv jesterdny tnornlmt from Sed.ll,
where he att'tided the mcetltwe of free llver
t'emoct-Htlc editors and pollticlAns Ite wrt
accompanied by Chairman Mntvy K. Brown,
cf thp Democratic county committor, who
ntfo flltPtvlPd the meptln. The fnct of the
governor's presence tn the city itoou iwcam
1-nowh to 'he Iwnt polltlctiinn (ind many
of (hem railed upon him nt hi rooms In
thp I'osUe.t llnus-e during thp day.
Amorov the governor' callers wen rhlpf
of Police Irwin, Police Commissioner I-yl
mid County Marshal Kenhledr. They dls-i-ueeel
city and county matters. It Ik mM
that thi principal topic or converwitloti be
tween the Rovcrnor and thp chief of pollen
iiml Commissioner Fyke wa tho ordpr
ilo-dnif the saloon on Suivt'. Iseiteel by the
police boani, and that the govoi nor expressed
hist dl-sai-prov-al of the proposition to make
that order permanent. It I probible thivt
the i.iloons w III resume business next Sun
ilay, with th- consent of the board and the
chief of pollen, and that ln1ead of the cur
tains being removed from the door and
window". the) will be so adjusted Uiut the
public; will be unable to tee tho patrona of
the '.iHKMis nt the bars pratlfyln their np-1-tltcs
for stimulant. The reselndlnR by
rin. f Irwin of the order to arrest all .
lootudcn doing business on Sunday, and
Instead, to rciott tliem K him, to be by
him reported to the police boani, 18 gier
nlly unli rstood by the snlooiimoti as an In-
lli atlon th.it they will be permitted to Uo
business ng-aiu on Sunda).
Soon after his arrival In the city Govern
or Stone called upon llevorder of Voters II,
Clay Arnold, at his store, nt Fifth and
CO Un sired. They spent an hour tocether.
W'lule Oovernor .stone will not announce
Ills Intention to appoint ltec-onler Arnold i
the president of ih board of election com-lniseeioner-s
to be appointed b himself and
Mayor D.ivls under the new election law. It
It known that Itecorder Arnold will In due
lime receive the appointment Who the
t-'cond of the KOtetnor's appointee upon
the bjird will be Is at preent n matter of
conjecture The KOternor ."ays he came to
Kansas City to ascertain who will be tho
mol acceptable man to the people for that
place Maor Davis will appoint the third
member of the hoard
To ,i reprent.itlte of the Journal Gov
ernor Stone fc.Ui! )eteid.i) afternoon:
"It W my Intention to bo upon a llshlne
trip almut Auku-. 10 or 15, to bo koihj
hree or four week. I haxc not made up
i mind Just where I shall 1,0, whether to
arrent rler, or to Northern Minnesota,
or Wisconsin. I want to make the appoint
ments to the board of election commission
er and ih.it of coal oil Inspector for Kan
sas Clt) and a number of appointments in
other parts of the state before I start on
iny trip, so .is to Ket them off my mind
anil Ipo flee to iset all the enjojmenr possi
ble out of my trip. So ou can say that tho
public will not be kept lotlff In supene as
to who the appointees will be. I have nmdn
u i m mind as to one of the places, but I
n still at sea a to the other. 1 will re
alm In Kansas City until Thursdnv even
iiB when 1 will return to Jeffeii-on City."
"Governor." said the Journal icpnsenta
tie, "It has been stated that un etToit will
be made lit- the KOlil men, wherever tliey
,iii, to prevent the county committees from
c.illlti? county conventions to send delegates
io the state convention to be held at Pel tie
SprltiKs on AUKUst G. What would jou ,id
lsa the slher Democrats, in counties
where the sold men succeed in pi eventing
the call of couivtj conventions, to do""
I thl lk It would be a. foolish thins for
the ROld men to do. If It Is reallv contem
plated The atate committee of the Demo
cratic party of 311-souil has rcBtilarly
ailed a. state convention. If u county com
mittee should refuse to recoRiile- that call,
and to assemble for the purpose of calling
a .-onventlon in that county, there would
br but one tlnnif for the people of the coun
U to do, and that would be to as-emble III
niuss convention lti their respective town
ships and appoint delegates to a county
convention, or to meet In ji county iras
convention and appoint delusatos to tho
Ue convention, I have no doubt that a
i onventlon thus assembled would have the
riKht to appoint delegate to the state con
,nrtnn and nlso to name a new county
committee In the place of the one that re
pu Mates the tut ion of the state committee
and denies the county representation In tho
Mate i onvention "
Some of the leaders of the local gold bus
faction .ue sayiiiK that the object of hold
ing ihe st.ito convention at Pertle Spring
i not so niULh to boom sllvei as to enable
jou and jour followers to reorganise the
state committee In your own. Interest. Is
"A to organizing the t.ite committee In
mv mt'-rest, that 1 nb-urd. I have no per
sonal interests that I wish nny state com
niuiee to look after or advance. 1 think
ihe state (Onventlon can. do as It plea-, a
about leorganlzlng the state committee, but
I do not believe there Is any disposition or
intention 'o change the personnel of the
1 un lerstand that the state convention
has been called solely for tho purpose of
din usslng the money question. Of cour.-e
I have no authority to speak tor tho btato
commuue or the state convention."
The gov ei not was kept busy until after It
o'clock last night receiving and talking to
.alters The piessuie became so great
about 0 o'cloi k that ho left his rooms on
the parlor lloor and des ended to tho of
tb i floor and there mingled with the crowd,
talking bneil with null person who had
,om.- to see him. Hair an hour later he
rr turned to his rooms, accompanied by
Judge James Gibson. They spent several
minutes tlure in conversation, during
which tlu- dlsuissed the Deinocnitln slt
uaiion in the state and nation. The Inter
view between these two prominent advo
irtte of the free coinage of silver at a
ratio of pi to t, was brought about by
Commissioner Vke, who was one of the
Kovernoi s earliest evening callers
After Judge lllb-on depirird Slnrcy K.
Ill own arrived in the lion 1 lobb. Thuo
he found Judge Frank G. Johnson. Horai e
I'lemlng, John o'llrady ami others. As
thev were about to go up to see this gov
ernor Chief of Police Irwin arrived Chief
of Detectives Miliphy, Ilccoidei Arnold and
I'red Klemiue had been theie for a tew
minutes belore, but they left the hotel.
The confidence beetwen the governor and
JI.ncv K Itiown, Judge Johnson, lloineu
I'lemlng and otheis did not tnd until ne.tr
1) midnight ,,.,,., ...
It was stated Inst night by one. of tho
governor's Intimate triends that he lias
received " laige number of letters from
Kansas Cltj saloonkeepers, brewers and
blowers' agents, and their friends, uigins
him to use his inlluence with the police
lommissloners to either have the Sundav
ilo-ing older vvlthdi.iivn or so modllled
that they cun ieinno business "on tho
He Mrfkot l.lberil l'rotllou3 for a Xiiiiibir
At 1 o'lkvk joattrday afternoon Judgo
Wofford approved tho list of deputies ten
dered him by County .Marshal Keshlear,
and at 2 o'llo k the appointees were sworn
in by Crimln il clerk Thompson. Tho new
men took liiuindl.ue charge of their posl
lions, exiept the new jiiler. Ills duties
weroperfouned by Deputy Jacob N wliouse,
who had vhaio'o of tho jail duiins the
As piedUted In tho Journal yesterday
morn'ng, W U. KeshltMr, a biother of tho
marshal was given the chief depiitjship,
llo will perform his old duties with an in.
treated salary The other old depullti. re
tatned are James H Itoss. jailer at Inde
pendence, Hoi!) Jaiboe, Joseph T. Stevv
rrt, a brother of the it-tlting marshal; Ja.
cob New house. Thomas V lleisou, chief
deputy under .Marshal Stewart; Samuel A.
Wilson, fxtia deputy at Indepe-ndeiice, and
C C, Latimer, might turnkey, who will also
have charge of tho commlsiao The pen
men appointed arc Kdward OTlaheny,
btcther-ln-Id'v of .Mr. Kethleai, jailer at
the toiiniy Jail, John T. Murpliy, brother of
Inspector JIurphv, Michael Casej, Donald
l.atshaw, Jerome H. Ilstes and Clark
Urovvn, father of llarcy K, llrown, depu
ties. 'Ihe retiring oltlcers are Fiank C. Stew
art. It. M, Ita, John P. Duke, Patrick
CMcCatterty, urvme sneioy and c, j iveit
nedy. The latter gentleman has occupied
Ihe olllco of JalU-r In Kansas City for thir
teen ears, and has u, hot of ftienda who
will be sutpiiicd (o hear of JiU iclire
ment. Profeooi' lll.ikn In Hut City,
Professor I.ucien I. lllake, dean of tho
phsic and cleclilcul enblneeiing depart
iiirnl of tho Kansas State unlviisit, vvas
in the city last nUht, en loute to New
Yoik, wltcio he will spend the summer ex
perimenting with his invention for com
municating with vesseds at sea. Professor
lllake yesterday ilntshcii moving the uppi
ratus to tho new phslcs tjulU(0Ji Ugly
comsleted at X-awtsosv, r ,
H, J. B0YGERESIGNS.
Inenftlip llldiKl tmilii;ri In Hip I'rul
nllltp Dip i rlmcM t arrinilrr
Mr. It. ,T lloyce, who hft I'een an em
ploye In the city posloffl e lnm KT3, ves
terday hiinded his rplntlon lo Post
imiter tlomer HH und retired from the
service. The rplgntlon rump In the nftlure
of n surprise tD thp offlclnl, tts Mr. Iloie
wdB one of thp oldest and most compe
tent men of the offlcp. For many ypurs
lie has been employed at the general de
llvpry window and Is known to thousands
who hnvp met him tlallv at thit place.
He .w.i nkfd by Altafit Postmastpr
Sehlllt to retain thp poltloh, but, n hp
StatPd ap was decided and hud made up his
mind to retire from the service, thsre wa
nothing to be done but to accept the re
Herrnftir nt ench of the thrpp jre'icwl
dpllvrv window In the tmstoftlip yontm
Indies nre to be emplnved This was dp
termippd bv l'ostmnst, r tteeil vetprdny
and he appoliitl rrom thp pllnible lll
.Miss Marv A. tlrrhmn. who at one" toaH
her position Thp othir windows are to
be In charge or Miss Miry miormnn ahd
Miss Anna I, Ilonklns The former has
bren emplojel at the .itjh o for about elht
ver while tin littii hn had several
years of cxpemnre In the service.
PARK B0ARDCLAI.MS POWER,
It sij Ihe flight tn say here lln .Mains
sli ill Ite l,.itd on Itiillteialds Is
i lcil In It,
There Is a possibility of an InterpstlnK
contllci between the board of pnrk com
missioners and tho board of public wort;
over thp question of who has thp power
to say whore thp nns and water mains
shall be laid upon the boulevards. At a
meeting of tho park board held some time
since, h resolution wn pnspd providing
that no main should be laid upon Inde
pendence boulevard save between the side
walk and the abutting propertv. This res
olution was Indorsed b the boird of pub
lic works on July lb At a meeting of the
board of public works held last Tucsdav
the Indorsement was rescinded, and sev
eral lepregpiitatlves of tho new rbs com
pany were at the park board meeting Vest-May.
to urge It to rescind Its r. solution.
This, however, the park board r fued to
do, and It claims that the hartpr amend
mints ricentlj adopted give the park
board, and not the board of public work",
the power to designate where pipes nnd
mains shall be laid on the lkmloiard"
The matter will be submitted to Judge
Mi Oougal for a. llnsl scttlcnu nt upon hi
return fiom the Dast.
A.MntiiM.v tn v oitcr. cam:.
Iho rliilntllT Concludes Its 'I slliuotiy
Court Adjourns to 1 rlila.
The defense In the dlvono suit where
Amador Andrews Is seeking to have the
marital tie binding him to .Maria Thctcsa
Andrews dissolved by a decree of divorce,
will place Mrs. Andrews upon the witness
stand to-morrow to refute the dismal tale
of domestic woe recited by the plaintiff In
tho course of two das" siege as a vvltnc
in Judge Dobson's division of the circuit
couit, where Special Judge Tensdale Is
trying the action.
Mr. Andrews ilnished his testimony yes
terday moining, by standing ,n exception
al! sii.it p cross-cMimtniitlon at the hands
of Mr. Karnes, with cooimss and eae
The story told In the direct examination
lot none of Its force by the severe test to
which it was subjected In tile cross-examination.
Mr. Andrew tenaciously clinging
to ix ery fart as Hist recited by him. lie
would not admit that thue had been any
lull for even a few week in the constant
running llro of scolding nnd nagging with
which Mrs. Andrews constantly regaled
him. .Mr Amlrt-ws repeated with emphasis
the stoi.v of Ids eflorts to teion. lie the
differences between his wife and hi fath
er, mother and slstei. and retold with com
mendable exactness the hundred and one
trivial event that hurl conspired to make
life burdensome to him.
C C. Aiken, chief clerk in the Wells
Cargo oltlce, testified that he. tooie a note
to Mrs. Andrews from her husband, ask
ing her to put it and cnd him Ills valise, so
that lie could uctompan his mother to
Chicago. Mrs, Andrews Hew Into a ter
rible "passion nnd talked dlsiespectfully
about her husband and his family to Mr
Aiken, and refused to semi the valise as
11. I.. Patch, u retlted general agent of
the express company, told how Mrs An
drews had endeavored to ptrsuide 1dm to
elTei t a leconcill.itiou between Iieiself nnd
husband after the separation last fall She
wanted him to write to President Valen
tine, of the express compinv, and upon
his refusing to do so, wrote to Mr. Valen
tine herself. She said to Mr Pitch that
she did not care If the letter eoat Mr. An
drew r his job.
At this point Mr. Trimble announced that
the evidence for the plaintiff was on
cluded and bv consent an adjournment vvas
taken until I'rlday morning at !i-M o'clock,
when Mrs. Andrews will take the stand in
her own behalf.
TiiiKri:i;. ri.o.vrs iiuii.t.
Ihpy Are lie lily to Iln Turned Oicr to the
I'.ilnters Hands Cuiler Contract.
Thirteen of the twenty Priests of Pallas
llo its are read for the painteis. The ro
nintndi r aie still In proiess of construc
tion. AH nie at tho Ptlests of Pallns hciid
epiaiteis at Seventh street and I.dla ave
nue. Itoblnson Pros., the Him which lias
ilono tho woik for lour years In succession,
havo the contract lor building them. They
have been at woik upon them since May 1.
1'iesldent J P. l.oouui lias u numbci of
Mlssouil and Kansas bands under contract
lor the painde. lit- said ycstciday after
noon that them have been more applica
tion liom bands than ever bifoie. Me Is
now negotiating for 100 calcium lights for
The atlleitil forecast for to-day promises
fair and warmer weither for Missouri and
fair weather generally for Kansas, The
highest and lowest tempentiire reached
here yesterday was 8J and Mi deg. The.
record for other places last night was as
Stations Bar Temp.
Xcw Orleans :tii i' h?.
St. Paul ,
Dodge City ,
so. oj ti;
'."I XI M
a) on 7ii
, :.ooj mi
lton Itniiuil Over to tbel.raiid Jury,
Prank Johnson, allns William Suthetlind.
ami James Nettle-ton, tho two alleged oung
thlc've-s, who who micsted Tuesday
evening fin robbing thu houso of William
Wright, l-U Chailotte sued, weie nr
lalgncd liefore Justice Wltbiow eHii-idav.
They weie bound ovei tn the grand jui'y
and idaci-d under $7r.a bond, which thev
weio uiiablu to give un Saturday the two
boS will be tiled 111 Justice Ithrovv's
iiiurt for entering tho house of Mis Jull i
Mlulch, at HOI Tioost avenue, and muling
JoO woitli of Jewelry and clothing. Among
the articles the are chatged with having
stolen is a pail of diamond cat rings, which
aio valued at 1110 by the ownei, .Most of
tho stolen pioptity was found upon the
bos when they were taken to polli n liead
nuuitirs. It Is thought the will plead
guilty to the charges itlud by Mrs Mlnlth
and Ihiow th.-nis-ivc-s upon the meicy of
iho couit The bos uio numbois of veiy
rcspectublo t.imllles In iCanms Clt, un-1
have alwas borne spkudbl leputatlons
heretofoie. It is s-lbl tli.it Neitleton's
father Is a conductor on the Chicago &
Alton railroad, and that Johnson's luther
(a u, i Indian on tho Grand uwmio llnu,
Ii e C'ri-.'iin Hoc tl,
Tho ladles of the Westmlnslor Presby.
teriun chinch will hold .in ie cuam soi i.il
this ovenintf at 7 o clock, at the it-sldc-nee
of J J Sciuiei, at Thlrt -eighth stieet and
Tioost avenue. coidial invitation is c.x-ttndc-d
to all frleivcls. The u-ie-ptloii com
mltteo lonslsts of Mr. and 'Mis. S Ii. Ar
mour, Ml. and Mis J J. Suuler, Mi unci
.Mrs. W P. AlUutt, Mr. ninl Mm PianU
Askew II. D PracKett, Judge l V, .Moss,
Mrs. Hull. Mis. Frazfor, Misses, UlUllth.
Mceper, Muisli and Dunlap.
A Mi sit-all I'.ittlo Grower,
Ysinael Uodrtgue, of Tamplco, Mexico,
and Mr, II C, Dinkltls, of the Santa IV. ut
Tamplco, are at tho Coat.-s House. Mr.
Kodriuncs is a member or the Mexican
congress and is a weulthy i.inchman. The
gentlemen aio stud ing the situation and
prospefotm for shipping fat Mexican cattle
directly to tho markets heie. The will go
to Chicago from hero to contliiuo iholr in-
A Ivcu- York Orguulxt.
Sir. William C, Cail. who has been or
ganist of tho l-'lrs-t Presbyterian church of
New '.ork city for many jeais, was at the
Coati-s 'Douse esterday. Do Is making a
tour of the country ami will go to the Pa
clfls COiSt, hiitfi, turiiJPif. "
JOHNSON HAS A RECORD,
uisiouv iir iilr. iMitoNi:it im
If.MI'I.U IHtlM . rxriti.s 1UM.V,
After 111 Coiiilllliin il 1'iirilnii I'miii the
IVnltrntlary llo Ciinii" in ltilli is Clly
unit Vvnrhrd on the I'lnU
crltm I iirrr.
Jproino ,tohnon. the prisoner who s
cafl from the custody of Sheriff Gelds
worth, of Caldwell county, hear Knob
Noster, as Was reported Ire tho Journal
ptpnlii, was formerly a cillsen of Knn
sns Cltv and Is well known here by many
people. He was In Ihe cmplov of thP l'lnk
ertxms as an oftli rr for some mnnlh, but
vvas disc ha rued for chaslhi? a man up the
street with his rsvolxer and doing other
thing that a hired peace olllcer and model
citltpn ought not to do.
Johnson was raised over In Cnldnpll
county, npar Honanmt spring, and from
his bovhood wna rrgardpd as wild am! reck
ps. He hraaii drinking at an parly np
ond when drunk was a terror. In 1W he
shot and killed Henry Culver, city marshal
of Canipron He wna In company with
Aaron Hnrpoter at tho time anil both of
them were arrested the samp night near
Kidder nnd taken back to Cameron to
answer to tho charge. At Campron the
men narrowly escaped l tubing at the
hands of the cltlaens, who wero deter
mined to avengp the dsath of the marshal,
John Payne, presldpnt of the Stock ex
change here, whs nhprlff of Clinton county
at that time, and he went to Cameron to
tnkc chnt ge of the prisoners. They were
In Iho Cntneroti house ami It was nccps
Bury to take the mpti up Into the top story
of the bote! nhd place guards with Win
chesters at the stiilrwn to keep the cltl
7t m awn. I'aytie dually got the men
nway b stealth and loi ked thein up nt
Plattsburft. Hat pater turned state's evi
dence, and when Johnson was tried In
Clay county, w lie re the case went on a
change of venue, he was sent up for twen-t-ilve
vcar. During lh time he vvas in
Jill at Plattsburg ho acted badly an I nnr
towl escaped belnff shot by Sheriff 1M tie
one mottling for Ills smart actions lie
hit a negro with a billet of wood while In
Jail and InJut.d him so bad! tli.it he dlid
some weeks later from the effect of the
blow, so it wn claimed at the time.
Johnson was In t!i penitentiary at Ihe
lime the plain was llrod by Ch tries John
son, of Shelby county, who led the mutiny
at that time, and he acted so admirably
In assisting the olllcrrs that he vvas tc
gardtd with great favor by tho olll lal,
and thl action, with other ieaons,
brought a pardon, issued by Governor
1'rancls, conditioned on his leaving the
state and never returning
Ho violated the iinrdon at once. In fact.
he never left the state for tiny length of
time. It was leportcd that he vvas on the
liolloe force of Kansas Cltv, Ka , but that
was wionj.'. He did nil that kind of ser
vice In the employ nf the Plnki lions, In
this cltv The Plnkerlons c Inlm that he
vv i dlsibniged from their s.ivlie two
e,irs ago, but John l'ane, of the Stock
exchange, told a ictiorter of the Join nil
that he saw Johnson ill a I'lnkerton uni
form, nctinc as guard at the Cnlon Na
tional bank, shortly utter the tire In tho
Sheldley building list winter, and that lie
t liked with lit tn and Hi it Johnson said
he was regularly empl0e'd b tho l'lnkci
tons. Several delegitlon of i ltl7rn iccently
wmt to see Gov ei nor Stone regarding
Johnson, and he Dually Issued an older
to the sheriff to attest him and return
him to the pptiltcnll n v to complete tho
unexpired portion of his term. He was
dull taken In chatge ind all went well
until near Knob Noster. when he tan to
the dool and sprang off the train. He
wejre h indciiffs, but that will not Intei
fere with his llbctty greatly, as he will
have little trouble In getting lid of them.
Shortly after the lire In the penitentiary
when Johnson learned that his woik vv is
appi eclated by Ihe ulllcei, he was taken
ill nnd was unable to woik. He went to
the hospital and was growing weaker,
and 'the prison phvslclan. after due ind
e ireful examination, de'ld.d he whs dlug
with consumption, and so recommended
the pardon that was issued.
After Johnson's lelease he giew bett-r
nt an ninii7lns rate, and at the time he
vvas on duty in this city was (is healthy
us any otllcer in the clt. After going
b ick to his obi home he made sport of
the manner in which he worked the "medi
cine man," as he termed the ption pav
siclan. He said lie was furnished with a
soapv preparation that, ,vhen taKen.
caused him to lose flesh verv rapidly and
appear to have consumption. It "aus d
the cough that usually is accepted as detl
nlte evidence of the disease. Winn once
he was out he r-ult its ue and r-s ovei I
l.ipldly. He said that dmUe w 's o'tn
vvotked, and he constdticd It a good Joke
Governor Stone will not offer a revvaid
tor his appiehenslon, unless It Is lea t led
he retains to tho state, and that Is not
Dentil I ro in it Ir.utilred Mcull,
lllmer Young, a circus attache, died at
the city ho-pltal esterday fotenoon fiom
Injuries receWeel at M ir.sball. Mo,, on
July IT. He wa- with th Hulbert & Cal
houn circus, which was giving an exhibi
tion at that place. Putlng the performance,
n gale of wind blew down the tent. Tho
center pole vvas overthrown and struck
Young on the head. He was put on a.
flam and brought to this lly for treat
ment. He was S') eirs old and had no rel
atives or f rl nds In this cltv. A sister,
Mrs. Dora Woir, of Gli.ird, III . w is noti
llcd of his dnth by Sp wart .X. Cirroll, who
havo charge of the body.
A ttlegram was received from herjester
dav afternoon to have the body burltsl In
this city. Coroiur Wheeler held a post
moitem examination on the body and found
that the skull was fractutcd fiom tho top
to tho base. No inquest cm be held, as tho
Hulbert A: Cilhouu cliom his left Mar
shall. Mo, and Its present whereabouts Is
unknown to the coroner.
W. Il like Monieii,
Mrs. Kntherine Noonan vvas In police
court j esti nlay, to answer tho charge of
disturbing the te.ue of .Mis. KHa .McDon
ald. The tvvo wbmen Jointly octupy a
small house near the water works reser
voir. Some time ago Mrs. Noonau began
suit befoic Justice Case to eject Mrs Mc
Donald, her t.-n int, from the pienilses.
Justice Case dc-U ed In favor of the tenant.
This caused Mrs Noonan to carry the cism
to the circuit (ouit, wheie the justice-'?
vt-idlct was roveised and the tenant was
old. red to vacate the premises The last
dec Islam brought on a hair pulling man h
and led to another wan ant being IsMud
irom Justice Case's couit While the case
vvas pending the women cngagid In another
light and .Mrs. Noonan was arrcstcil for as
sault Judge Jones continued tho case for
one week, ptoinlslng that if the case- In Jus
tice Case's eoui.t against Mrs. .McDonald
was dismissed In that tium ho would dis
miss the assault case ngilnst Mrs, Noonan,
Sues to Herat i r .Miim-y I'riiiu u I odge,
T.ucluda Nutiley, rosiellng nt !(! ,dia
avenue, has lirought suit in Justice Walls'
couit against the Iuteiuiuloual Older of
Twelve, Knights ninl Daughters of Taboi
St. Slai's tubctnacle No. .', to it enter Ssi)
sick benellt tiom the lnlge, which sho
claims is eluu her fiom last December to
iho piese'llt time' SI in. Niiulc-y si is faith
the claim that she joined the lodge mi tho
11th of last Decembei with tin understand,
lug that she vvas to have iZ.l per week as
long as sin- vus unable- tn woik Since
that tlmo sho has been unable, to woik n
single whole day She has paid into the
lodgi by way ot usscssmnits and dues ami
sick bcnullts for other meinbeis, something
like iH.iS. but has failed, so t.lt. to v.llh-
diavv nny money for her own use Sho
i l.ilins sho I entitled to it, uud should have
it, lis alio has bten bedridden foi seven
mouths, Tho case will bo heanl August Id,
Carter Slut Dealli bj Acilcliiit,
Acting Maor Tleinan leeelud a letler
fiom l)ollngtou, Pu Tucsdav, asking in
totmatloii ic-KUiding the death nt Ueivvard
II. C.utct, but none could bu found, as thu
c-oioiu-r'b lecouls mil go as fat bail, us
ISM yestciday, howcti-i', Cleri; ('ampbell
of tho boani of health, touud a death cci.
tilk-ate, tllovved b age. which shows that
IMwiuil H Cuittr fell otf a building at 1227
Walnut btieet, Novunbcr 30. ISil, nnd sus
taiueil u fiat lure of the spine, vvhicb caused
Ills death. The lulormatioii has been for
vvulded to Dolitigtou, Pa.
fliirU Giles lliinclt.
William It Claik walked Into Judge
Wottonl's ollUe, in the criminal court
building yestciday moining and guvo hini
stlf up. lie was taken into the cnuu room
and uiiaUncd befoie Judgo Woltuid, To
c-huiges of illegal voting and violation of
the election laws, for vvhiih he was In
dicted by the gland Jury, Sr. Clark en tend
pleas of not utility His tuso was contin
ued until September, uud his bond fixed ut
JL.'OO. which he gave, with Johu l O'Neill
ami Udvvaid Waid, as suie-tks.
Des Moines hecks Information,
City Counselor SlcIToray, of lies Slolues,
vvas In Kansas city yestciday. looking
over thu gas situation, as De Moines Is
having u tight for cheaper kus. lie called
upon Acting SIaor Tienun at tho city
ball testcidav. uud secured conies of tho
Ticrnan gas oidlnance. and the Kansas City I
Gas Light and Coko Compau's fiauvhisc.
usjv ucaaittw la tUs suunvii, ; J
A .KDLlAMiH PILK CUIM.
The Pyramid Pile I'm I tin sifrsf ml
surest pile cure on tin tuiik t be ause It
contain no mineral pel mi nor opium nor
cocaine, but can bo us. I with nbolute
safety and certainty of cure
Many physicians arc now using the I'yra
mld PHp Curp in placp nf surgical oiicra
liana, being i-fllnlrss, convenient to use,
ami the patient can attend to Ids dally oc
cupation while the cure Is being matte, na
It H used at tilgHt and no additional treat,
mpnt Is nei psaory.
Dr. Wharton says the Pyramid Pile euro
will prove a bleslng to mankind, when It
Is lemembfrcd that lirn tofnre a surnlcnl
opptatlnn was considered the only cure
with all Its danger to life, lntene pain nnd
an expense of from ftO to llao, to Say noth
Ing or tin possible return of tho trnttbte.
The Pyramid llle Cure Is sold by drug
gists at M cents nnd II, and dues the work
quickly and snfcly.
A liook on cause and cure Of piles Will be
mnllpd free by addressing Pyramid Com
pany, Albion, Midi.
I'urti Hoard Al tumult In Condi inn
.North lernun mid Itiil 'leriiec
t'rtipiKi it Itouli laid,
Tho park board held a busy meeting PS
terdny and passed resolution asking the
council to condemn tho North t rrace and
the West terrace tracts for park purposes.
The West terrace trad is known to the
park commissioners as Kansns Clly's
worst advertisement. It lies between Ulurf
street and Freight street and Seventh and
Heventeenth streets. In its present condi
tion the West bluff Is what Is called In Ihe
park commissioners' report an "eyesore."
It Is the intention of the park board to
make It a plnco of beaut, which wilt at
tract favojable comment from the thou
sands of tourists who pass trough thu city
The "North Terrace" is to be the niimo
pf that portion of the city along th North
bltilfs, both east and West of the ravine at
the notth end of Agnes avenue The grent
ct patt of thl tract Is a wilderness, al
most, but unless the pat k boards plans
liiiac.irr, the tract will be converted Into
(i pleasure ground, whose vu- rtigopdtiess
will add ronmnco and giandMir to its
Whllo the board was In session a roni
tnittio of Kleicnth street pmpiit owners,
consisting of Couni llmiin Htoivn, I! 11.
Middlebtook and Iingston lt.uon, appear
ed and requested the board to eonveit
l.leventh sheet into n boulevard, from
Cheti street to the Paseo, which will bo
between Plora, Grove, Ninth and rifteenth
C. J. Hulibnrd also appeared, with a
proposition to make MeGe, street a drive
way for the (.outturn pail of the cltv, to
extend to Thlrty-lltst street. C W. White
head and W. .1 Hah s presented a proposi
tion to incie.ise the nie.i of the projected
Pcnii vallev. All of these tnu'tcrs were
tnketi undei advisement b the board, nnd
will probably bo consldeied at the m xt
t'tnii'i.i l i:i.
llierj Ibbig in He icllnc.-i for the I'll nlc ill
Washington I'ark Vleenil.i.
Hrlgadler Stilly ha con pleted the nr
inngeinents for the jiooi , liildien's exe-ur-slon
to Washington pirk next Slonda.
'Iho oungstei will be divided Into tell
companies of fifty each, uih company be
ing In charge of two Salvationists No
child who is over 11 jc-ars of age will bo
allowed to participate in tin festivities,
the principle being that ttiki Is to be an
outing for little clilldieii onl The young
stus will gather at live different points,
from w hUh they will be lak. ii bv the c.lblo
c irs dlrec t to the depot it I'lfiienth street.
Pour conipanles -vx III -t.irt fiom Hlghth
and Walnut sttt-ets, on trom Kighteenth
stieet nnd Highland avenue, two trom the
State line, two flam 'ainlotte stieet und
Huron place, and one ft am Shuvme pirk,
Armani dale laich child will wear a little
ribbon, iiion which will be the number of
his or hoi company. In the vi-iiIiik. when
the excursion is at an end. em h lompanv
will be btought back to the place from
which it. stalled in the morning Tho tick
ets for the outing will b-- ell-tt United on
gittird.iv moining. Ilc!hl1el I, tho "salt
xvater tatty man." at Washington park,
has offered to present evert little excur
sionist with a bag of pop torn and one of
candy. The trc-di all fund ninouuts to al
most t2STi now, and ISrlgndi-i Still ronll
dentlv expects it will be J.1UU b Satin day
lie libs unci Kiiucr lie.
Mrs. Maltle A. Kuitz, ug.-d 10 vcus, wife
of Andrew Kur'i, -lied Tuesda night at the
family resilience, ill I Hlmastren. The fu
neral will be lroiii the home at 1 oMo. k
this morning. The lady will be taken to
St Joseph, -Mo., tor burial.
Thomas Condon, m 11-yenr-old lioy, who
came- from St. i,ou,s to visit his aunt (it
Centropolls, Slo., died Tuesday night ur her
home- of meningitis. Tho funeral will tw
held from St. Stt plica's church this morn
ing at Do'cloe k. Ittirlal will be In Slount St,
-MIsh 1311a Sc-heaff-. r. daughter of William
Sche.nTer, of I3h vcivth and Slyrtle slucts,
died Tuesda night at the family home-.
DeHvased was II yeats of age. The funeral
will be from th-- homo tp-dny at -t p. in.
iiurlul will be In Klmnood ee-meteiy
Hemry Spuhcl, a la- ear-old chiM, died
yesterday at the home of his parents, I4JJ
F-ist Second street. The funeral will be
from the home this morning ot 10 oMcrk.
liurlal will bo In I'nlon cemetery.
The f uncial of Mis I.Ma Deiison, aged
BI y.irs, wife of J II. Henson, who die d
Sfonday at the family home, 2507 Grove
mreet, took place teteriuy afternoon at
S o'clock from the i-.-ldence. Uev. J. A. I'.
AlcGaw otllclated. JJurial -was in Forest
Tho funeral of Sirs Sarah Willis Tnluter,
agc-d SJ years, vv ho died -Monday, took plat e
yc sierday morning at 10 o'clock from the
rc-sldento of her son, W. J I, Tulnter, hill
W.ishlng'on street. IJuriuI was. In. Lllni
Tho funei.il of Thomas Walrond, aged 13
yeais, who died Tuesday at his home, .IX!S
Gist Nineteenth stieet, took ploco estet
day utternoon at 3 o'clock from tho home.
llurJal was In I'nion cemetery.
The funeral of Johu Ilarrons. nged M
ye irs, who died .Man lay ut his home, 130S
Central street, took U- e esterduy morn
ing at S 31 o'clock trom the Cathedral. liur
lal was In Mount St. Sfity's cemetery
Tho funeral of Mis Susan Wells, uge J 71
veirs, who died Tile-day at Inr home, 1W0
Viiginla avenue, took place steiduv ait
n noon nt 1 o'clock fiom the home, liuilal
was In I'nlon cemet.iv
.Mis Slaty Geo, ajc-d 31 yeais died yes
teid.iy at her home, l-'ifth and liarrisun
streets Tho fun-1 il will take place this
morning at 10:30 o' lock fiom Knight et:
Sutton's undertuklug establishment. Jiur
lal will be In Union cemetery.
Attornt G'ttrndy Coiillileut.
Attorney John O'tliady, as counsel for
Dan l.ucas, the Main stieet bather, suhl
5 c-.-tcrday that lie had no fear of tho dc
tlslon of Justice il.uvthoiiie being avcisn
to the defendant's cause when the case Is
llnully called for hearing July 30 "It must
be undeistood," sale! Mr. O'Gr.idy, "that
the law is invalid, because It plot Ides that
the d- fend mt in am action bruithht for
xlolatlou ot tho Suiiela law Is not allowed
tin- right to trial by Jurj This tact ulonn
mukes tin- law weal Mr. O'Gt.nly will
not i civ wholly upon this point to con
vince Justice Jlawtlioiiie that his client
has vlolitt-d no law, but will IntiodiiLo
substantial legal author!!), .is well.
Tho voko of tlie dealer was mellow nnd
As SO.ODONT'S eepiu! he uu(kei very oft
Some stuff that he- h id in his store.
Hut he couldn't cutivlliee her, and she, one
for teur he'd talk lur to death, walked
And thenceforth avol led that bore,
Ht-bliiil In His Meerh,
The county i-acoidar Is four weeks be.
hind in Ids woik un I .1. spite the best cf
loits of the live deputies and nine topylsis,
no progtess Is being made In catching up
with the woik. Tin- pations of the ollUe
coiupl liu that any tuitln-t- it-luctluu of
thu working toiee, as ciitinipl ittd by the
count) couit, would slid mote seriously
cmbaiiass tho olli One hunelrtd and
eight Instruments wero tiled In the ollbo
yesterdeiy ami not one of these can be in-tcu-d
of recoid wit iln a mouth, bocaiiso
of work that has a utiiulated ahead.
jtl II II lllllll II
I1UIXC ilU OllUiUllllt,.
j Gail Borden
i Eagle Brand
-e- CONDENSED MILK
I Has always stood FIKST la the cstlma- J
X lion of the American 1 cople. Ko other U z
f "juntos good." Best laftvat rood.
Till; DOCTOR'S COIA.ftN.
Geo Vt J . New '
s to ii it x ,,ti i
1 - 't ISIS l.f tl. s
e IK ' He llllsf .. i
uk Mnellv Inform me
' emiue n for hronb
ill- ml lining ot the
urn ell p ilns
Inkprihriiib Pills on. tin, r times dal
lv. Tor two weeks. Hi, i Tht rnlellne, ex
tri'l of the Thvroid uhml In three drop
doses, mottling and rtPiung X'ix' Naihro
lllhlc ?nil once or twl a Wepti, 10 kppp
Ihe IiowpI regular Cm habited Cosmollttft
Of Vaseline would he a good ointment.
Troubled, t'hiln -for thp local trouble,
lake Teatlne, In nvp drop dosrs, three
times dally, on the tohjritc Por Ihe indi
gestion an I other disorders, take Nnthro
Itthk salts, two teaspoonfitls, in ft lumhler
of wotrr, one-half hour b-fore breakfast,
twice each wtek.
A MpadPr, St I.ouls Will yod pleaie (ell
inn of some itim-dy that will reduce llfsh.
I am o stout it prevents my working
Without great labor.
Take Thjroldlnc, In thlep drop doses, oft
the tongue, three nmeS dull), Ohcre or
iwlee A Week take two teaspoon idle of
Natnrollthlc Fait, in a tumbler of water,
one-half hour before breakfast
A. M -Continue with NiUhmllthle Salts;
also ink'. Cerebritip, in five ill op doses, on
the tongue, thru- turns thill).
1-3 A., St. t.eiitisYour ipiesilons are an
swered as follow.- No. I. fse cold
sponttiug every morning and evening nnd
rotmh Turkish towel No l Avoid cheap
soups, as; line- m i,nnmllnc ap Is nool.
No .1 Take Nalhrollit I, -salts, two tea
spoonful, in a tumbler of water, one-half
hour before breakt ist, tni. ,. n nk.
T I'MtKHH, M. D.
P S-All 1. tiers or Ituiuirv on medical
subjects dire fed to the Columbia Clu ttllcnl
Ceimpnnt. a-li ngton H c will be' answer-
I free, elthet In these columns or by
mail dine t.
THE ANIMAL EXTRACTS,
'I he mint wonderful tin rape-title
disinter) -eliiin tin- di)s of dinner,
Cl.ltllllKIM I leeni the Itr.lln
Por diseases of the Itraln and Nervous
.MI'.DI'l.l.lM' I roiu the -spin il Corel
Por llpllepsy, Locomotor Ataxia, etc.
CVItlllsl: . -ri,, the Heart
Por Diseases ot the Heart.
Por Premature Decay,
Por Diseases of Women.
1'IIV IIDIIIISt ,
Por He 2etua and Impurities of the ltlond.
Doit-, ," Drop. Price, I wo lir.u lini", l. '!.",
I l.ltlLIt nil; I'll, l.s
Por malarial .iff. . tlons and all Inllammn.
tory Dlsei-es of which Pc-ver is an accom
paniment ei,- inisiiniable value In Neural
gia, for Shk Headache a spicule.
I 'I Ice per box of .'0 pills. M cents.
One bundled pills. .' W.
-N V I llltlll I I lilt- s Vl.ls
Por Habitual Conlipitnn. Torpor of the
How el ur Ina-licn or the Liter, Head
ache, Gastric D)spiiln, Intestinal D)-pe-tisla
Want ot Appetite, Litigunr and
Dcbllllv. As a mil. I, etfi elite imrgntlvo
It has no r qual. Price, Ou cents per bottle.
All diuggists, or
Ol.t'MIII ( Hi: VI I CM, COM PAN V,
M.l-elllllgtnu, I). I .
The trial or H.irtv Wilte. Ihe clairvoy
ant, was postponed esteieav in Justice
Spitz' com i until Mond i alttt-noou.
Paul llitid, foi stealing a w.itth from SV,
A Newton, of la'ti Mom e stts-et. was sc-n-tenceel
to on., dav In the tounty jail by Jus
tice Withroiv yisttrdn).
IVeeleritk Snvdir was arrestpil testerday
afternoon on the clnnge ot stealing a wag
on from Ddward Smith, of 1IJ7 Ploi.i atc
ime. The stolen wagon vvas recoveied.
J. D. Tiickctt, of lOelS Mast Sixteenth
stieet, went to police headciuaiters yes-te-id.i)
and leportcd the' theft of a set
ot buggy harness from his stable Tuesday
Mr 1.. Harry ltosenbnutu. with the Model
Clothing Company, vvhll- tiding a bicycle,
fell and ti.icturcd his leg to such an ex
lent that he will be confined to his homo
There will be a meeting of the Past
bide improvement Association Thursday
evening at Hales' hull. Judg- John ti.
Stone and Harmon Hell will be in attend
ance to aeldiiss the meeting.
Gottfried Sluchlbnch, of -'JI7 Holme
street, was arrested )est(rduy by Deputy
Pulled States -Marshal Potts charged with
doing buslm ss under a. fc derai lie ense Is
sued to another man. He gave bond.
W. N Smith, of HID I3.ist Twelfth street,
was niiuigneil In Justice Khert's court
yesterdii). for assuultlng 13 T. lxivv tides.
,i neighbor lie pleaded nut guilty and
gave jluej bond for his appearance July SO
The Jack-eon County Sleilical Society will
meet to-ulnht In the Ir loom in the .Masonic
building. The ptogr.imme includes a dis
cussion of "Th- Heat t In I'm umonla," by
Dr C. P. Wilnvv right. and "Meillcimit
Treatment of Abeloinlnal Inllaium.ition,"
by Dr. George Halle).
The A. P. A 's aie preparing to hold a
picnic on the Jlst of July at Deilone-y's
giove, a shoit distance east of Haytown.
It will be a basket picnic, supplemented
with speeches by John S. Crosby, Judge
John Ii. Stone and Uev John A. Dearborn,
statu president of the A P. A.
There will be a meeting of the Knst Side
improvement .Vssotl.it Ion to-night in Hales'
hall, corner of Twelfth stiie-t and Porter
ici.itl. John Ii, Stone and Harmon Hell
w.ll dtliter addresses. other speakeis
will be pnsent anil will talk The meeting
will be tailed to unit r at it o'cloi k
lie in Heed, who vvas arrested at SIls
souri avenue und Walnut street, Tuesday
inclining, with a lot of stob-n cutlery In his
possession, which was identified as part
of the property stoUn fiom the store of
Lewis Sl.i)o, at I'.iteiivvortli, 3-yiis., was
taken to that place yesterday lo await
tiial for burglary.
l-'iank Tiavis, the vagrant xvho cut a
cuil fioni the head of little Sla) Can-, the
daughter of SIis. Louise Can, of No. S3
K.isi Thud street, while the child was
pl.i)tng on the sidewulk in front of her
home, a tew dii)s ago, was sen: to the city
wariihou.-e for IJO d,i)s b) Judge Jones, in
the police unit )osteiduy.
James -Me Donald vvas lined Jlf, in tho
notice court VCHlHrdnv for illulnrhlnc- it
I i. Unions meeting. The complaint against
mm vvas mauo ny tlie indies or Hie v. c.
T P. The) charged Unit he Is in tho habit
of going to the Gospel tent at Seventeenth
an I Jaibou streets, while services weie
being held, and ridiculing the speakers.
The ladles of the Chlldre n' Memnilul
Lutheran chinch, corner of Sixth ami
Trie), will giv-o an Ice triam social on
the e him h lavvu this evi ning. Thu young
in ode's socle t) will also give an onter
tilniiiitit In the chapel at the same Unit.
Tin pnie e c ds of the entertainment ami
social will to to the hem-Ill of ihe- church.
H)ion c. Heed, who was arrested Tues
day evening bv eilllcus lla)ilen und Jack
sou, foi passing il toigcel c hci k upon C 1
V, Jleeliiek, a druggist ui Sptiuglleld ave
nue and Holmes street, vvas aiialgnud befoic-
Justice Jo)ce yesterday. He enterce!
a plea of not gulliy und was i-oimuitti-d to
Jail In default or JV-fl hail, lo await a hwir
Ing, July ;ej.
Slickt-y Coleman and Iteauu Stalion aie--hele(
In tlie county Jail in default of IStsJ
b ill for tulonloiisly assaulting Tlllle .Ma
lum Tuesday evening. Tho uss.tnlt Is said
to have taken place- mm the junction of
M. I.ouls avenue and Hell stieet, and was
made- with a knife. Tin- two women will
have a healing In Justice Joyce's couit
Oil the- 1st of Augu-t the hfielqiiurtrrs of
tllll SuUtllWe s, tu clitlsdoil ul the S.ilv itiou
Army, of which llilhadnr George hull) s
the commander, will be lemnvcel fiom iln
tlfth lluor of the American Hunk bu M n ;
to the looms on e o. eupled Ii) the V inu i
Invcsmient Conipaii). on the . on I tu. r
of ihe Whitney building. A wuiu oi io u
Is the reason toi tho t.movul.
Superintendent Casey, of the pi ot I bit
Association, appealed before the houi I ,!
health at lis uncling )esltieliy. ami ..-i- 1
the bnuiel l Indoiso a iiiuto wheitb) tin
agiHl unci itinplid pool- of the tit) b. il
lowed to peddle dfsintoctunts IhiuUKhoiit
tho tity withuiit being lompellt-il to i.ikc
out a peddler's license. The boa i el thought
futuiahl) of tin movement, and will a k
tho m i) or lo huld the license In uboan e
Smith l)ole was tile 1 bufoie Jush o
Withiov )csteie.i) on two eliaigts.uf hat
ing stolen huuie'ss liom J W Huh, of
iHii Cheny stnei, ami II D Ha)watd, of
511 13it Thlrt)-llist street. The two
ihaiges of petit l.iricii) against nun Weio
withdrawn and one ot gt.inet lateen) en
Itlcd, Ho was iln u seiitcnecel to slxi)
da)S in Hie count) jail, at the end of
whi h time he will bo held lo uvvalt the
action ot the urand July.
The DenuMiatle count) comtnltteo will
meet at 11 o'clock this morning In the Slet
ropolltan hotel for tha putposo of ariang
ing jor hoMIng primaries to select dele
gates to the count) convention, that will
select thirl) -two delegates lo tho state frco
silver contention lo lie held n Pertle
Springs on August t As there nie thrco
or four gol-lbu's among the commltteemi n,
it Is txpetted that the pioceediuss will b'
'llirown from Ills Wagon,
Henry Smith, a fanner fiom I.ee's Sum.
mlt. was thiowit from his wagon at Six
teenth auei Slain streets )esttida) foie
uooii The uetldeut vvus caused by the
wheels striking a block of wood lying In
the stieet. He was picked up ill ,n un
conscious condition and emit I into a
stoie, where ho was revived by Pollen Sur
geon 11) do. Ho sustained U serious biulit
9-ver Ws lUbt wf,
MUELLER NEATLY TRAPPED,
IMH ni iti t.i tv i: tils llinisti i-i,ci:
AM) (Ml HI A IHHl:l.
Iln Mii-i fuller the linile-lein I h it It m
ii I'll llmlii try Mule to n Se t llenie-nl
Mlllititii frlnilii.il I'riiniilliigs
Hill mi I ton it.
As a result of a telephone message rt
reived by Justice llawihorne yestenlay
morninw at to oilmk from Attorney John
n'Grndy, ), 1, Mueller, the allegeet ab
scondtng RPht of the joi-cph Iklillt
ftre-winK Compan. was arrested by Con
stable Apingler in room 611 of the Vic
toria hotel. Me was taken to Just, e
Hawthorne's court, whpre b. iisV.d j.i
mlsslon lo pec tire suitable hnn-lsm n I i
company with Constable Spaniel, r h- tl
lied a iiumlecr ot friends an 1 Hi i',i i
meded In ohtninlng the nam - oi Me
Kmma lluth, of Zlni Penn -ti.' a- i l
T. Johnston, a sntoonke i r , ti l
Twelfth street, as stvuntv At 4
wsa again tnJxpn berote J i
thorne, Where he wave.! i i no n t
ntnlnatlon and was boun-l , v r t
the action or the gran-l inn It
was ll-x-pd ut J 1 0l) For th- i
Slueller's tvhcrenbonl ha- I- n I
the Pinkelton detectives n w
of Sluellet's friends. H- hi b n
i i i
i i '
i i 1
Ing near his formrr office ,
stn-et, vvhlli he innde sti t i
effect a compromise with n
ngi-rs nt Milwaukee, 'lb t
lug, however, and Insist, i
sin rendering himself to u
nnd standing trial. Slu lie i
that his (landsmen Were to I
cover the shnrtngi occ.islot
le-gl-d I lllbe 7..eIli lit, 1111.1 ll
Impatient lo have- the in c
Hut he still held out for a . ee
absolute ly re-iuid lo di lit
unless nsstiriii of his safe tx
I i.v I I
' em v rv
hi , i - t
i I 'i u
fr n '
I I ei 1-1'
1 ,1 I t
1 I I r I, rl i
ill. i lllp e v
Wednesday bight the in
ronvrjed lo Mm Her In his r
If he WOlllel take up ipilll
tcnle-nt hotel, under icuni I ei
d'-tettitv, he coulel ai range
lorm.ts of the Sthllu Hi- tt
for an amicable settlement
move wus undcrtnkiMi Is not known, ns i
has since been rstabllshed Ih it no -u Ii
agreement hael ever been bioi-h il b) tl
arotesald attotne.vs to liuv otn . In mi)
manner. Sir. o'Grady is authoritv for this
denial, tt hccius now to have been a ruse
to place SliiPlIer In reach of the olllcers
and It succeeded temntkubly well. At in
o'clock Tuesday night -Mueller, In eom
pan) with ISugene Peters, a HUppoi-d
I'lnkettoti detective, legistt-red at the
Vlctoili hoti-1 niiel wen given room Sit.
A thlrel part) whose Idrntlty Is a m)s-te-rv,
arranged for the tare of thee two
men until Thursday morning. Sltieller
was ttneliiivrii and it would have been dif
ficult for his most Intimate friend to hate
! cognized him He seemed happy In the
thought that he was soon to have his llb
ertv Y-sterdav morning, on arriving nt his
olllce. Attorney o'Gindy was met bv a
man who Informed him or Muellcl's pres
ence ut tin- Victoria hotel .Mr. o'Grnelv
was pleased and at once culled up Justice
Hawthorne bv telephone, informing him
thit If lie would send a constable to his
olllce he woulel put him on the tiaik or
Sluellei. Constable Spangler was called
nnd learning from Sit. O'Grndv that
Sluellei was at the Victoria, went then
ami placed him under nrre-st. Sir. Sluellei
vvas rather surprlseel at the appearance of
the constable, when he opened the door
of his loom in res-pon-e to a lotnl knock,
but made no ctfort to e-e ape. and allowed
himself to be taken before Justice Haw
thorne. his mini: iiitiiii:.v.
A Ntublii Hot- Ass. Hilled ami Mnuhiilil bv
ltlc-hurd Vlilnn, a i ohm d stable bov at
the Imposition race track, went to police
heailquartcrs at 6 JIO last night and had a
broken nose and laee-iatc.l check dressesl
by the police sutgeou. Ills Injuries, he
said, were caused by being stt tick In the
face with a beer bottle at the r.i'-e tr.i k
stable. Ills assailant wns unknown to
him, nnd is supposed to have mistaken
him for some one else against whom he
hold u gruelge.
,T. P.. Henderson, Jr., Washington, D. C.
is at the Coutes.
It. A. Dlo-iel. St. I.ouls, J at the Coatox
13. P. Stephen-, Chicago, Is at tin- Co it-s.
T. G Clay. New York, is at the- Coites.
J. W. Legg, Dallas, Is at the Cones.
John G. Si-ills, Oswego, N V , is at the
S Pi- Loza, Aspen, Col,, Is at the Co.tt.-s.
i- Sluuson, Philadelphia, Is nt the I'oat-s.
J. P. Kdmaiulson, Stemphls, is at the
c'.ilvlni Hood, Kmporia, Is at the Coates.
J. SI. Your, Port Worth, Te.x., Is at tho
It. 11. Houthln, Atchison, Kas , Is at the
W, Ile.xton, St. Joseph, Slo., is at the
S. D. De)'), Denver, Col., Is at the New
G. 1-3. Tippt, Cleveland, t Is at the New
Sir. K. It. A. Misomcr, of St. I.ouls, is In
Sir. SI. W. .Mills, of Spt Ingor, N. SI , is
In the i ity.
Sir. H. C. Ta) lor, of Lyons, lias., is in
Slajor C. Hood, of Kmporla, Kns., was
In the city yestciday.
lieprosentattvo sicCovvn Hunt, of Leav
enworth, was in tho cltv )istrilny.
13, II Cowglll.edltor of the Kansas Tunn
el , vvas In the eliy yesterday.
Joe Schaeffer, of Hays City, Kas., was tn
the city yesterday.
Prank H, Kroh. of Atchison, Kas., was in
the city yesterday.
T H. Jones, Woodrldge. O, T., is at the
A. P. Day. Ballanger, Tex . Is at tho
Geoige T. Hume, Austin, Tes , Is at tho
Juhn Purrell, Osage, I, T
Is at the
, is nt tho
Is nt the
VU to: la.
Sidney Ilayden, Jloltou, Kas.,
13 H. Whllo, St. Louis, Slo.,
L. 13. Walker. Heatrlce, Neb.,
Is ut tho
William Collins, Omaha, is at tho Vic
toria, Sir. Walter II. Clay, of New Voik, who
is connected with tile- I'nitcd States toist
ami geoeli tic stiric), Is at tin Cott--. 11
lias be-on connected with tin i-eiic of in
glncfts working in tho mouutaius ot cd
It. 1.. Heattle, cashier of tin Put Si
tlou.il bull;, of Wellington, K is u i- in ; Ii
et t-sltlel.l), ell lelllte tO Milsle.lil Sli) I
to alt- ii I lb- fn ii- r il of In- n. , h. w
Ml J ,hn I' H u I e n Ji i i i , ,
e lit t , (i I I e II All .ill 1 , VV ,
II l ll 11 '.e N.i, lku ) ,, ti ,, , I
- i il un
The, largest pieca of
evfifapld for 10 Qejtf
tAJ 3jWmN. M fi NI H Mses
SOUND BUSINESS SENSE,
Th'- Is tr- nee of .hint." Mothlng ap
p its like it I i t.-i t- its mo To ani
on who hi cu.n nei n-eual attention
there nppcirs a i-reit hincr in the meth
od nf (iitihinff th- attention of the people,
and making n ,emane for certain line
of gotxts, it tiscei to b- ih-il a mrrchant
would tell to the reader of tho newspa
per all the varied stock of gao.l in hi
! P.Tsj .Hl" nrtWc " t"dlp enrcfully th
V. I!i! ni. rtn'l """ " "IS newspaper will
appewr the Bdvprtmempnt of n cprtain ur
Help uf nttrae tit mess that Is hnvine .
pry larep sale, of , our,. thl at on '
ftelles interisl, and th,- call far thp ur.
lain article or line- of noods Inerei-es
wtmdcrr.illv- pfertbo.lv want It, nnl it
nuist In- a irool thlnir vt the demand for it
IV-'J. Cot "V. Rreat. And so the nut
Chant has stirred up hulneu. Thi- n
repeated dav aftpr -lay and ihu bii-in s
J.e-1" . me ,lllrr nil I Itniin t ie
r c Ijfi ul
rtnin. m 'i Li 1 i it i Jill
1 He I Iln e e
'I li i- is n t
i r ibl - el nnti for
W. agucr, SIjiis-
"bltnmon Liver Ilegul.-ttar sell better
than all other liver medicines put to
gether " J. C. Menileiih.ill Hvnust llle In i.
"Simmons Liver Itigul.itm hvs a splen
did sale here." II. Li Caroe, Ilraldttood,
"I hate a good demand for Simmon
Liver Itegell.itor." W. SI. SicCrcur). Con
tort llle, la.
"Simmons Liver liegitlntor sells well and
gives the best of satisfaction, we never
allow ourselves to get out ot It." 13 13.
I tiller A: boll, Keokuk. la
"Simmons Lite-r Itegulator take tho
lead m this section of lountrv In liter
complaints." D. H. Dean, Mltc-bellvllle, la.
"Ue are hating unite a sale for Sim
mons Liter Itegulator." A 1'. WllUard,
"Simmons Liter Itegulator sells better
than any other mcdl-Ine I ke-ep In slock '
D K llollv, Osceola, Slo
"No met I It Ine I handle hns better sale
or gives more general satisfaction than
Simmons Liter Itegulator." J. II. Carr,
'"Ibis p.ut of the country Is pi pi it"
bealthi.but the dc inand for Simmons Liter
Itegulator ketpa up." 13. II. Purccll, Slun
"I sell a great deal of Simmons Liter
Itcgulatoi, and find that people take easy
to It " Prank Liittlg, l-'tanklln. Cal.
".Simmon Lltn Itegulator sells f itet
than ail) ollie-i nn ill. Ine 1 hate." 13. W.
Owens, Portsmouth, Vn
"We- have a big tr.i.le In Simmons liter
Itegiilateer " o. li. Weed Co, Ch irlt
;' i:vi i:x i vck.m.i'ji!
His the Heel ' Ntillnp ,,o rile- wrippcrf
,1. II. 71.11 IS .-. (U, l'lilla.lflpllH I-L
iy.STIN( IIINKS13S WPAKfN WONIlIIfV
full) he. ius. ilu-ywtuke - eni klenvl), gradu
ally. Do nut nllmv tlili tviuiti- of hodj to make)
you n poor, liable), lmmMure man Henlti.,e-treiigtfi
ami v lt;cr Is f.eryeiei whittle r )un h ri li or poor.
The limit Illicit mi Is to be bud only from ttio 11 n i.
Roll Htsllcul I tIRtttUtc-. Tills Wetll.lc rflll ellseoi.rv
Wiia nniele b) tile sperlallnts of the old f.imou II u.l
Kni Slrctlc-id Inslilule. It Is the-streiiisfe st mid ine st
pnwc rful vilullir niiicle. Ills so pone rfal tlint It
hsltnplyvv uncle rful how harmlcs It Is. You e i.-t
get 't from now In re- Initfreem tlio iIiienon JIihIIi nl
Iiii-tltutc. Wrlto for circiilnrs unci ti-stlmatil.iK
This pxtruiirrtlimry Itnjuteiiiitor l tha most
woiiclt-rful dUcove-ryof iho age. It has bee -i r .
(lnrst-d by the Iruillng sclcutlllc men ot 13uropc . d
!l f Ifl'A V In purely t rgetnble.
IU'll V.x.N stops prcinuuirencsji of thp e1 n.
clinrme In iwe-nty elu)s. Cures f.ONT AV.
HOIHk, cniintlputloii,dl7je.lni tu, falllilff st-ucuilluns,
pert ou t Ite lilng of the e) e unci other pari-e.
Strengthens, bit iK-e.mte s unci tui, tho cntlret
Bystem. It Isasilititpiuiiiiiyother rt-ntcely.
III'IIVAV curts clellllty, in rt oiisiii-m, cmlv
sIoiin, und dutilups leritl rt stores weak orinn.
I'ulnslnllia buck, lasses by die) or nlfc-til stoppe I
ipilckly. Our :,000 private iiiitqrsenients.
rrrmaturein-s meaus liuwtint-y in the first
stntre. It is n symptom i f se ittfnul weuknvss uud
barrelling,!. It cm bptet.epp. d In twenty ilnvs l,y
ihuuspof llieljiin. Iludyuu rusts no more than
fclly othe r re ine ly.
Send for i irc-ulurs nnel testimonials.
'r.ll.Ti:il III.Mt)-iinpuro bloo.1 clnn tei
scilmisirliu'.tilh.irilirs tan Us myrlaelt tt s-n, -proiluningi
rin-e 'Iln u conic snore throiit, pimple s,
coppi reotolc I pjeeit-e ulrt-rs hi mouth olHorism t
falling Imlr X cm t m leave u trip to lint sprit rs lev
Htltliigfur'lUuoel IlciuL'toiht ol 1 ph)lclnisof tlw
III lSO ill 13III I'Vli INN Till "I 13,
eSteicUloie, 3l.irl.rl nnd 13111a Mi-,
I.AN IKANe 11-CO. UL
eTOi" Horoi-ttiiieb is n reliablo
GfcM i ' u"lj frfulxtiug medium-.
tpSif'x-x DR. PEAL'S
V PENNYROYAL PILLS,
Jtn-pr-einpi h ifie and e i rtaln in result llaigenq.
bu pr P, il a iic-vc.e-aib.iiin, n t . ent auhere,
W P Zaliner druggist, cor Grand ave.
nnd Uih at Kaneus City, Slo
UllllslMIIIIIXI,, llll.Ml llll.s.
Cam ir. 'I muni, ttiiarrii, I'll,., I l.iul.i,
I i i inn uud nil si, in anil vViunli
cm r e.t the n -c, e) , lip ,,ir, nr,k,
bi e i i .in.. I, numb-in f,t t, nil Inter
nal i xt,iii.il oians ur ti.--in.s t llle it
Will ut 1,1 ll oi bllllllUj,- pl.UttIS, but Willi
i" eieilni. e ci. nn. ill. oils, lieu, ue of irauds
and inn aieeis, is thin- ure otlnrs who hopo
t. 'l -Il I b) ib-ltlalUK lo i lire these ii(.
a with .in il Cl'T THIS OCT ami
.- i I it for ni llliiatraiid bnol. on theubovo
db- i-cs .Mail-a frcs. Addre-bs
Dr, ll, .VI, Itje Ceiinliln itleoi Oil Cure,
Kaiite.ig Cltv. ICas.
Mil. Ill I.UI.H S' (.
Ttll.lt -VN1I I3;.
I-t I, '1 1 ftt, d
' I let-.
1 1 uptii'iaiu,
.)1!) Walnut Strwl.
TIIK I'EO LK 1
v . . i 1 1 r 1 1 1 . . "t n
, iff f feT&
I"i'ii rfSiiTrJrNt i i mil-
GOLD MEDAL, Paris exposition, 1669,
A".0 THE CHICAGO EXPOSITION AWARD.
THE MOST PERFECT OF PEN1