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KANSAS CITY .IOUUNAL
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Iniirmtl Hiiltillm. Iinthnlid i1nut "I-.
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jsnvr srimniPTi'i.N' hatks.
P ''l.!' lOplcs .
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!Ki,tvRnp.r nr rAnniKtt
I' i ') nnd Sunday, to cent per week! 4
cents per month.
nr MAtt. T?T ai-van-cm,
t and Sunday, 1 )esr 5J 2
md Sunday, ntntith S
inl Siiiti. 3 month
ni.i sitnii, 1 month ,
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iinlv, months ... ',;:
it Journal and Mrieuttiirlst, 1
t Mllffltf ,m
.1 nnd Sorlety TO
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J ' lftt Vhcrst-'ne (it Km"" Olty,
Mo, as Second tF Mall Matter.
"ikm umCwmm whSAs bit
" 'tighw, Aug. !'Fof IndliHt TrH-
1 1 Oklahoma-Phowers, followed by
I iter; northerly wind.
iimnwii Fair; preceded by ".howem
!' southeast portion; nhtiy
i i 'n east portion; westerly winds,
r kunsas JAilr: northerly Winds.
Tv-i in angling, first In deficit and
fi hi the hearis of Englishmen. Who
c mess his name?
i i i ii- n ii mi -i -
' ba appear to be exciting nil the
jiii' .atentlan It can without actually
rr ng the danger I'ne
T - is n growing disposition to re
p iif Omaha muni ipil crisis as tin
c Jackson's Hole h'f ilr.
.- is no longer any perad vent tire
' i the corn Top. It In a great,
ot i wn, nwe-lnspirln reality.
i Florid- man w ho ha charge or
'v-illas- pugilistic event has had
1 ring governors to deal with be
Trice wa unabt tt control the
i . i-''-a from hi -tn county. But
t iy Mr. Brie .. i which was his
York ww "ferns
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3. i n pear that Jc mind.
w iiits. 1 earnestly (striving 1 vlnd.
r iinernor MorHU's position "that
1 1 .iiitton cannot bu etifm-cea wjthout
tu nil of local publlo sentiment, nnd is
J ti i Cilr way to succeed. The city
c i i ii Is doing Its part nualouuly.
I ii ink; plenty of rich, cool water
tl days," counsfla the Waahtngton
r If by "rich" the post means
t i My linprc-gnaU-d with fertilu renl e
i ' KansUB ('ay Ik using; the presorlp
t' -i (tery duy In the week, and wue
r iii on Sunday,
T' e Grand Hupldn iireachor who, In
n rinoii against bloomers, urged bis
i n 'una itbiireis not to "alter the de-.
r , of the Almighty" by changing
' ir garments, neglected to point out
' hajter In which the Almighty de
er I that women sliauUl wear guwnu.
F. yeart at hard labor may seem tQ
r - an iimutUctent puriUhtnent fur H
r. ui uho embexitled P$,000 of public
ji . Jlut, after till, live yeurs m,ike
r 1h" si-ed hole In :m lniJlvlUital'
jlf. ( -pet-ially when It J ttva yiBr of
i i .M.,iiiut-nt, lougli lulKir and il.m-'.
A- .ny nite, It ws (til that South l),-(-)
i justicf a able to ItiilU-t uiion it
uiv ui'iing ktnte neaiuer. and more
tl in the genera! iiuhllo ejcnecu.l him to
I iv-. i
l-i r"m. nitlng a candidun- fur i hlef
jus's - witii'.ut nlling ii iiiviulou
thi KtT-as Itrpublii an ininnttie U
Utii uuthiu law twr iHv'.f.J'.nt, and Ha
choice i tindonhtiHlly t)t onr -hlch a
onnvmttnn uottld hv mrtd. At h
Mrne time It l WtmtllltlR itnv lo wr n
ItcptiMU-an oftitimltte lit Knnmo un
wlllln Ii Id th voters ri1 tpfjrther
for foar the?- mltfht commit (he jMfty "r
a live public laue
Thp 1indnn Times amtolincM that
Mr. Whltney'a vrh fot an Internm
llohflt nitreernctit nf In blMtPt)llm will
not lie gratified, nf i-ottwe tint, if the
Khgllah eyndlcate, of thlch th flme
hna niwayg hertl the orffan. can pre
vent. ttat It Is dellclou to hear tti Tlmw
declare that neither the lhrtAlMon
act tior th Sherman act did th wkhI
expected of them. The ftCli wW not
free coinage acta, hut only made dollar
from punhaeil bullion the nntt of
value imd been deatroyed and tttvur a
a mincy metal vaa not reatored by
either act. The dollar coined tm
and are legal tender, but the
runrllon of xllver as prtmary money
wae not restored Ijeyond the monthly
limit. They made Mlver a commodity
only. Then again, both were compro
mines with n principle, dictated by ihe
money power to defeat the full restora
tion of silver as n money tuetnl. In fact.
It is well known that the Sherman act
was a device to prevent the paswaRe of
ii free coinage bill, which it was known,
bv Ihe originators of the measure, that
President ttarrison would sign. The
fnct Is now genernlly understood that
Harrison, whtle not favoring free coin
ngc himself, would, under the pledge of
the Minneapolis platform, have signed
It will be remembered that a free
rolnage bill 1iad passed the senate nnd
was pending In the bouse, and that at
the last moment the Shennun bill was
introduced as a compromise giving
4,000,000 ounces a month to coinage.
But It did not restore sliver to Its equal
nine with aold. We do not believe tho
authors of the Sherman bill will deny
the fact we stale that its Inspiration
Was to prevent a free coinage bill goltir
to the president nd which they knew
he would sign.
And now comes the London Times
under the stress of th silver revival,
the infusion of a bimetallic force Into
both the new parliament and cabinet,
and Issues Its ukase that all Interna
tional talk must stop. It gives the
usual reason that It is only productive
t.f "mlsrhlef.' AH tho encouragement
the Times can stve us is that it expects
tho good crops of America and the bad
harvests in England will, for the cotn
irg year, prevent the drain of Sold from
America. It too very blandly informs
vs that tve have more money now
than we need, but if we are
;a:i?nt and wait Mil our popu
tten increases we may get the
right supply. And there are people wHh
..--ramon school advantages who will ac-cr-t
this talk of tlie Times as financial
wisdom because It is English, you
a truth when applied to the
sof the United States, and what
-e when viewed from the point of
tnclal policy. On last Saturday
0 of gold was taken by brokers
he treasury, leaving only ?101,
in tund numbers In the treas
a Tuesday $900,000 more were.
iwn, nd on the same day the
ae deposited ,346,000 In exchange
-al tender treasury notes, which
:he reserve at the close of busi
n Tuesday, $101,838,715 to be
: a magnificent thing It is to
i friend at rail or a banker to
giat nation solvent. If it were
the great crime involved against
Me and their property, the spec-
uld be better for amusement
than a ritcus, Yet Mr. Cleve-
i Mr. Carlli-Ie have the face to
u- ti country posing as states-
n I ti "a miers. Irony never cov-
tMiing mr grotesttue. And In
. t tltis condition ot things
mil . '
'i-!. -aid nn the. same day,at
.thin Up Is .-summering on a
, i l that "a man's word
i t ii M.methlng." What a sar-
Ii in t'.ii lisle was sjieaklng of
1 1 i ihiurationa for the presi
i i i- il.-nial of all such ambl--j
i illustration was a most un
! i lilm. lie had been tell
i ili for year that the de-
inn iii of silver was the master
ill 'i iaj worse than war, pes
lili i mine but that he now re
pur i - tu- has been telling the coun
ts y I ngress that there would be
pie : i'f enu, ami that he did not
in p ue power ennOrred to issue certlf
ie.i b of uuifliifdiK-ss. Not ono of his
as-siiiaiti.es hns i-ome true, and he has
gone ha i K on all his ante-secretary
plttigfh S'h-1, thfti, get out of humor
t tho cnuntty dwsn't take his political
n- prciidt,nital pcotestations at their
t.ii i- vfilut ' nf all the men we know of
I..- U the la In gpt his back Up bo-
aui-e "a man's word" don't go for
i f rything.
This is a, great country- but It is not
in the hands of great men just at this
init If money i the test of great
inn, then indeed. Is the country In the
Siaitds and In the power of a great syndl
i no, and Its uciifcury can count on
-MOO.flOOOOO until October, Her credit
urns tur fmiy-hi'ven dajs yet, and wo
i.n sin i. .,tsy until th time is up.
lui'Mjm'ft nuaiuoTip uoous.
TIvikc people who are not satlstled
with the ptoducts of this country, but
must have "Imported" goods, are re
ceiving H. hucceMii'iii of nhoeks which
ought to romiwe them that domestic
edibles and bev-rage and appuifil are
Just as good a the products of foreign
looms, fauns and vineyards. It has
long been known that much of the fo
ettlled chainpagrw, that la specially
giii-vd by thf bibulous j-plcures of this
country, never actually w the other
side of I Ho water, but is the product of
California vines. Many of the largewt
l-'aptern lirnm dealing m dtess HUft'n,
etc , are furnUhing revelations in the
shape of displays of domestic fabrics
which an. glyen the names that -vnually
belong to them, instead of the foiejgn
tags that have heretofore been ut-tat-hed.
The ptople are lerntnff through
these convincing lessons that w- can
make just as durable and stilish atutfa
in this country u thty can on the other
The lattut blow to the pride of thee
jiatriotio people hi the discovery that
tiny have all along been eating Yiuikue
peas under the fond impression Unit the
succulent Vfgt tables were grovtit on the
sunny lullkiiles of nance It is gotttug
ui that about the only thing you can
wear with absolute safety to your jepu
tullon as a Tory ate diamonds, the only
surily Itiii-ign bi,r-g(u ar tci nnd
eolfee, Whin It com'- to wearing np
panl thi li Is i.i bnuri- ground The
lineat fabiK-j arv just as Itkwy to be
mK KANSAS CITY JOURNAL THURSDAY,
mude In Nw r.iiEln ' f In old Kn
slsiid. the richest lm i ! 1""t ns apt
i to lw the i-rinlui't of Am 1 1, nil its of
nrlenml looms. Angl-inaiil.us ntnl
i Krnnco-tnanlat- and Teuio-maiilacs ttttd
nil other slmitiir mnnlaes will have to
come tti the humlllntlng pn-"" of wotry
lug alone with falirorniii jh.impngin
and nine Hills diamnttds nnd the prod
nits of American factories and fattns.
Meanwhile Ihe MMtmfactuNt nnd pro
ducers of imported pwids H1 cniitltitie
to comfrisc the leaillnt- American lour-isi-t
- WIW, I I, IIMWIIIIIM
ir iiiia.si n ri.M'iit'i.
A sytemntlc Itnprovetnent of our
streets, beglnnlne lit the buslne- center
of the city, mean a eohllntiotis Improve
ment from Ihe center of getieml trnlllc
outward. The foil of patchwork menus
the paving of n block nr two or ti stretch
of n street here nnd therr, lenvlng gaps
of unimproved roaduny, from which
mud and dirt will constantly be carried
to the pavement, to be ground into dust
or be removed at the city's ppcnp.
And s-stematlt? Improvement means
something more than iempornty make
shift. The essence of the proiwsltlon is
to do away with the evpenslve folly of
past yenr. and to Inaugurate n system
that will telleve the progressive prop
erty owner from the necessity of re
peated taxation for changes and renew
al", nnd at Ihe same time protect the
city at large from the enormous cost of
repairs, consequent upon the use ot out-of-date
materials. The enterprising,
puhllc plrlted nnd progressive properly
owner has right which should lie pro
tected by the otnctal vlinsc duty It ts
to carry out improvements.
It is the Individual who holds property
as a permanent investment whose
wishes should be conulted In the matter
of street improvements before tho-e of
any other. Especially should the owner
of Improved property, and those who
keep their holdings for the purpose of
improvement, have n voice in the cnfce
of all contests as to material.
Some people find a hand) use for the
word confiscation, whenever a project is
on foot for the Improvement of streets
where they have property Interests.
There is no such thing ns confiscation
In the plan advocated by the Journal.
Good paving on the downtown thor
oughfares, known as business streets. Is
demanded by every public Interest. No
property owner should stand In the way
of making these Improvements of a per
It is the Journal's proposition that
these Improvements be extended, in
permanent form, as rapidly as public
interests demand, without overburden
ing property owers.
We are gratified to find that with the
exception of & few indtv iduals. who have
personal Interests at stake, we have th
hearty support of the entire community
In the policy outlined.
The board of public works has it In
their power to discourage a continuance
of the patchwork plan, and if they will
but use t.ielr influence in that direction
we will soon have street Improvement.
put on a basis that will be a standing
credit to the citv. with an enormous
saving to the owners of property.
It I'.VK-n.tY K.XfUK'IONS.
The Commercial Club will accomplish
a great deal for this city, as well as the
thousands of visitors who come here
every week, if it can induce the rail
roads to establish a week-day excursion
system. The advantages which will ac
crue to all concerned by the adoption of
such a system are self-evident, and it
would be Idle to recapitulate them.
Every reason which can be given for
anybody coming to Kansas City at all
are especially applicable to a week-day
trip. When it is remembered that these
excursions are very few in number from
any given section of the territory adja
cent to Kansas City, there Is absolutely
no force in the objection that the peo
ple would be too busy to come on any
other day than Sunday. People are
pretty busy this year, but they are not
so busy that they cannot spare at least
one day in the uionth to transact busi
ness "here which cannot be attended to
on Sunday. There i no question but
that thousands of people who have no
scruples against Sunday excursion, stay
away simply because thoy cannot trans
net any businuss that day. Then there
are the thousands of conscientious peo
ple who do nut believe In spending Sun
day on an excursion. From these two
classes the number of those who would
stay away because they are too busy
would be more thnn offset.
Hualness and pleasure can be most
conveniently combined on week - day
triiis. The attractions at the parks are
practically the same during the week as
on Sunday. In addition there Is a multi
plicity of other attractions which are not
available on Sunday. It is the fushlon
in some quartets to "take a shot" at
Kansas City on every occawlnn possible,
but the people do not share these views.
There are thousands of people who want
to transact business hue, and if the
Commercial Club eitn enable them to
do so it will be woiklne for the best In
terests of nil concerned.
in: doth iicu'iivr -too vhjoii,
Th Hon. John U, Carlisle, of Ken
tucky, doth protest too much. With
him it Is not n costs of rather being
right than president, as It was with
that other Kent within. It Is simply o
case of fox and grapes. When ii re
porter the other day gently lnl minted
that, ns Justice field remarked, Jli
Carlisle would hav to abandon his ptes
identiai aspirations if he got the pltico
on tho supreme bench made vat ant by
tho death of Justice Jackson, Mr. Car
lisle got testy. He declared he had no
presidential aspirations, and that "a
man'i word ought to count for some
thing." Yes. it ought. John. Some
men's word does count for n good deal,
liut since you have declared your own
figures inaccurate nnd wholly unrelia
ble, how can you ok poet us to give any
inoie eiediuiee to your icclarnt!oii t)mn
we pltitB faith In your predictions?
It Is entirely immaterial who are and
who nro not Democratic pre,sideutiiil n
phants Hut it gets u little tlivbonir
when tht- leadeis of the Peniociiitic par
ty, whose ndmtntstintlnns of the af
fairs of the government are uniform
and disastrous falluies, ntlect a supe
rloilty to the presidential ollho. No
man ever dec lined tho nomination of n,
national convention, and no man was
ever nomliattd for president agulnt,i hit,
wish. Thcie Is no man in this gnat
country ho big that he Is gteater than
that great ulilce. Tho tiouble is to get
men Kical iiumgli fur It. The gejf.ie.
ganleil statesmen of the Pemocruiie
patty may gain a lit t tl- cheap notoriety
by potiiug as givater than the piel
dency. liut none cjf them menu It. One
of the K'.ibt slncoiti of till is the Hon.
John (!. C'.ttllblo, ut Kentucky.
The twin evils of this country, ac
cording to -enator Pellet-, arc interest
nnd rent. Ther " two others citing
nnd tho wentltg "r dollies Abolish
this baneful 1g f ur nnd the cottnlr)
will lHo in en-c and prosperity.
MUStO AMI I'''- I'ltAMA,
The ile of siat i'i Wl" this tnornlns
for the three performances ut tho Comes
next week by Clinrlci rrohmtih's Umpire
theater stock cotnpanv, and for the week's
engagement of M.ibatna" at the Urand
opetn houie, bcginnin Hutidrty evening.
Although the or m' K of the Conies ccmes
earlier this sen-on than former openings
have come, It Ik tloubiftil whether .Malinger
Hudson will hnte miother attraction of
the Jour more uicre-,tlng to the pntroti
of that houe thiiti .Mi Kroltimin'e forces
In Henry Arthur Jones' great, play, "The
MAlilllAHiitAitt ' n. it ta IMC lnOfll PtltCC.
and Sydney Otunls 'iquerful dratnn,
"Sowing the Win 1 ' Klven by thli company
on the -iitiio utiiRe n Mnr nuo The for
mer will be pis i I Moinlny am! Tticsdnr
cvenlnc. nnd the latter Uedliesd.iy even
ing 'J he engagement l limited to three
"The Miisqiifrmlcr-" I" enll to be nmong
the ver.v belt of Mr June-.' ilrnmn, nnd It
Is eertiilnly pro lined ntprenter co-t than
was entailed liv ah) of the numerou- other
Ki-eat prodtiitloiis mnile b) MnnsKer 1 roh
man. It Is snld to be one ot the drelest
plrtys ever icen In New- l'ork. ,
Aliie Crom the Inlet est In nn entirely
new work ft em sin h a sounc nnd it famil
iar one of sinh pnpulirlty, the presence
In the ousts of such people an .Mr Henry
Miller, Miss Viola Allen, .Mr. J. i: Dodson,
Mr. William rnvershnm, Mr. Hubert IMe
son, Mr. W. II. Crumpton, Miss Oltve May,
Mts Ma Hohsiin uml Mlfs Ili ConqUet,
would make the event a most notable one
The return of "Alabama" to the stnge
of the Hrsii.i In Ilketvlfe matter of Intel
e?t. The play Is one of the mot worthy
ever written by un American dramatist,
and If the Hncllsh woiks thnt will be
placed In opioltion to It net week hnve
the enilurlne popularity mid the pecuniary
urrpifi that hnve attendetl the fevernl
ears' presentation ot this pln, they will
be fortunate Indeed. Mr Clement Ilttln
hriilge ,the proptlctor, ntuS one of the lead
ing actors of "Alabama," has had his
company In Kansas Cit for nearly two
week?. mnkinK preparations for the open
ine of lit? season here. Among the old
fnvnrltes thnt will he seen will be Mr.
Frank Bangs as Colonel l'reston, Mr
Clement Balnbildce as Captain IlaveniKirt,
Mr Oeorge IS. Miller us Coloni 1 Moberly
and Mls Hthel Irvine n.s Carey lreton.
While thee clever nnd well fltted people
nre interetlng to the public, there Is like
wise much promle In some additions to
th company. Mr. Hdnnrd H. Kelly Is
aid to be Idenl In the role of 'Squire
Tucker Hobert Connefs, the Armstrong,
and Mis 7.oe Halbert, the Mrs. Stockton,
are well known Kansas citMins, whose
new engagements will Interest their
A very pleasing compliment hns been
pnld Mr. Clement Hainbridce. manager ot
the "Alabama," company, booked for tho
Orar.it next w.-k, hy Mr. Aucuttii
Thomas, -the author of the pin v. Mr. 12. S.
Wttlnrd U to brine the play out In Ivondon
in September and Mr. Thomas asked Mr.
Hainbridce to go to London to superintend
the production, arreting to otne to Kan
mi" Citv and look after the rehenr-nl of
Mr HniTibridR-c's tompanv himself The
time wa.- m kI ort, however, that Mr
Iteinbridge was omteIleI to decline the
honor, much n.s 1-e appreciated the compli
ment of beinc akei to -tase "Alabama"
In Iyondon for Mr Willard.
MRS, GERTIE STEWART DEAD.
Her Attempt nt --illclilc lVltli ."Morpblne
l'roteil -ucreii.ful fter t.my Hoars
of lerrltile utTerlilg.
Mr Oertio Stfw.irt. of No. 121 Wet
Tliirteenth street who took moiphtne with
stiieldat Intent Montiay night, died nt the
city hospital t.u-'.i evterday mornln",'.
Yesterday forer.oor the bod) was taken to
Stewart & Carroll's undertaking rooms,
w-here Deputy Coroner Wheeler bcld a
post mortem examination', which showed
that her death was caued by the mor
phine poHonintr No Inquest vva. conld
ered necejir At 3 o'clock yesterday
afternoon the boos -nas burled in t'n'.on
cemeterj-. Mr- tlertie Stewart was. "1
tear.-, of age. and was born at Hoiton.
She came to thi- Mty two yenrs ago. He
fore her death he stated thnt her motive
for her attempt at self-destruction was
becau-e she bad quarreled with J Hogan,
a photograph'!, at Wichita. Kns., to
whom she- w a.-, engaged to be married.
MUION Ml.N AM) IIIli:i Kit .lli:i2T.
They Arc Htlilentty Concerned Oter the
-umliiy Clo.lng Order.
There w.if a meeting yesterday of the
saloon mi r, the brewers and the whisky
Jobbers of th, city for the purpose of con
sidering ma.ti.-rs of interest to ihe busi
ness. The nntlng was held at parlor S
of the Mid! ir.d hoUei, at 2 o'i lock and
lasted fOT two hours. Tt was conducted
behind lock, d doors, and tJ- members
present wen decidedly uncommunicative
af to nhui itus done or what discussions
The heavy line? imposed by Police JudKe
Jones on the saloon men, ajid the apparent
effort to i oMttmie along that line lias made
some uetloi; necessary on the part of the
Fuloonkeepern. They hate Sunday closing,
but they hat. heavy tines much more, and
as between ihe two they arc- tryirrg to
.v 'kmii in thi: M.WI.S.
It lteionies the Tutored (iucit of rout
Jim.ter Iloiner Heed,
Pour weeks ago a live horned toad wns
IntercniUil In tho malls n-ar the city and
promptl) turned over to rotmaster Hctd
as, unmallabk matter. It was not known
what to do with tho load and for a couple
of days 'lw was kept in a liox on f'acbler
Conr-tojk'h ilek I-lnally .Mr Heed took
htm out to hit f.um, near I'arkvlile, and
cooped him ur on the lawn. The toad is
u, srt-alt pi t vtlih tho little Heeds.
WhtU the toud -vv.im taken from the mails
Mr. Rceci notined the man who-e nddress
on tho pai-kago was New Yoik. and
ye-tcniay r cvivetf a. remittance from him
with a. request to box up the toad and
forward b express to New York The
toad will be went on his Journ) this moin
AI.I, OVIIll .Mll.lOIIItl.
8unflovvr soi ials are the latest money
eoiixers m Clinton church eliclos,
Six tramps were Ireatid to n lino of 5.7)
and i iisu eiieh by tha Trenton pollen court
the other day.
The Hli-h Hill Ilevh iv warns its country
corn spon leius that obituary poetry doesivt
gu tu that otlli-p.
Clinton's season of path nt waiting is
noun to be retvarUed. A (iiciu is billed to
uppear thero Auifiist '-
Ills suceeHS In the Taylor trial has al
ready resulted in a boom tor Lawyer Hres
uelian for attoiiiey general.
The fast mull made the inn trom Knob
Noilir to Warn nsburg, over ten inllis, In
eluht and onn.b ilf minutes the otlu r day.
V. V Hall, the Lancaster hoidc buter.
has Jut letuint 1 from t!(-niiuny. whither
he went with a big consignment of horses.
The i gents of the noiinal at vv.irreiio
burrf will let Ihe (oniruit Aunust fi lor
an i-islu fool tii.utllolil walk iiioiinit tho
Kinliilui'B tmll i lull went nil to pieces bo.
fore the 1'ultun aggtegation the other day,
the si oio stau Hug 17 to 0 against the "i-'ut.
A Clinton man tells the Ilemocrat thnt
while out llshlng iiieently ho caught n
lltlition foot tvaltr moccasin on a. liook
balled with a frog,
I'uinam i.oiuit farmers are averaging
ubout tine,, buahels of timothy bc-ed to Hie
in ie. Their wheat yield Is considerably
uhi ,id ot tlulr anticipations.
A new total ubmlnmn-e society, called
the Loyal Temperance Legion, was or
ganised among tho Tumton buys and gills
tin other dayliv Mm, Howe, state lecturer
foi the. Vv. C T. H.
Mr. Hlstier. a Jifferson City mnn, who
said lo hate inv anted thu loliliiiK voting
Uuoths in i-uiti general use. hu ucently
appliod for a patent on an Ingeniously
contrived ballot box,
Lexington Is uiianslng for a grand bar
becue io oci ur September -I. In lommem
oiutlon of the battle between Mulligan and
Pine on that date In Util, Addu-sscs by
iiioiiuiiLiu sii. .iki'i anu a uau-itiai com
iniiiijliiu ot .Missouri's blue and gray will
be featuiea ot the occasion,
Mrs. Coxty shared the attention of the
ciuvvd with the "geneial" aa he sat bu
hind him on the nlatfoini ut the Kings
vlll Pi- un the uthei day. Hhc- was at
ttied In u gurgious ml ilicss and poured
iuMpiriit diatuhis of tea, or something
lse from ,i small in n on an alcohol lamp
for her husband while he talked.
A piettt Wan ensiling girl Is credited
with haviiig i all, d down the chief execu
live of the llftli state In the I'nlsn, who
was smoking, in lug the iccent l'ertlo
tapiins. i oayil lion, Ihiis-, "liovetnor
btoue, don t oi think you are setting a
bad exainpli joi the rest of the delegates
by smoking ' Th-ri aio many ladles pics
ent Without looking around, the gov-
eiiw. leiuti -j iiuiiK you are nun.,
AUGl'ST Id, 189,1
iit,i:ti tti.viN.HT Ttit: santa ri: tiAtt.
vt.u in nn: ri:t)i:it.t. lornr.
A t niiMe Ttnil Will tlrlny the I'rnpnsrtl
ltrof snnlfnl Imi Hit rv est I'tcitrslon
Itiites Mrtlcnii Itiilluny
The Chicago Hlevnted Tct initial Itnllwny
Company sestertlay filed Intervening pctl
tlons In the federal court In the suit of
Ihe t'uliui Trust Company ngitlnsl the
Atchison, Topckft ,t- gntita Vo Ha 1 1 road
Company, In two cases Hint me docketed
for tilnl. The proceedings are nn attack
oil the leoigitiilsntlou as ptos)scd Ii) the
lolnt rnmmltlee of the cntnpntiy, and nsk
for nti Itijtinctlou that will cnll n hnlt In
the proceed I tigs until certain tights of the
Intervening petitioner nre settled and the
pending Issues nte determined.
The Intervening petitioner doclmes that
In July, I'M, an agreement wns etilcred
(hto by It with the Santa IV, In which the
Santa l'o wns to uo certain termlnnl fa
cilities In the city of Chicago for a period
of )ents, and pay thctefor the sum of
jiWil(i per annum, and comply with other
conditions of the agreement It Is al
leged that certain pto'reted arrangement
contemplate the abrogation of Important
fisttures of the ngrcement. nnd nn Injunc
tion Is n-kcri for In order, that nil the In
terests of the termlnnl company tuny bo
The proceedings are of ancillary nature,
the main suit being tiled In another dls
ttlct. SIK CHAK!.I HIVHItS WILSON.
Ihe tirilnd Trunk's Knighted l'rrlilent Ar
rives and l'xprei Illmsrlf,
New York. Aug. 14 Sir Charles Hlvei
Wilson, the new president of the Grand
Trunk line, arrived In New York on the
Majestic this afternoon. His arrival has
been looked forward to with conl lerable
lnteret, not only by the Grind Trunk
Hue, but by the railroads In general, ns
he comes Just In time to attend the meet
ing of the executive committee of the
Trunk Line Association, on August it, Sir
Charles was asked for his views nn this
particular meeting, ns well ns about the
general ptirpo'o of his iu to thl coun
try, and his ideas on the pressing flntmclnl
problem of the day.
"The meeting to consider rates," he
said, "Is of the greatest lntcret to the
Orand Trunk line, as it is to nil the rnll-road-.
The matter of rates l n mutter
of life and death to the currying Interests,
The best isolation of the question would b
a pooling bill but In Hie absence of that
the best course x to do what we can to
ren-h nn agreement In a meeting of this
kind. How gieiit the chances of success
are I cannot tell, for, of course, It is nil
new to me, as I have only recently taken
otliee and have neter been in this country
befoie. He.ill), m part In the conference
will be a slight one, and mi nt tendance
there Is only incidental to the principal
object ot my visit I came principally to
Ivecome acquainted with the American otll
cers of the company; to gain a knowledgo
pf the property, and gcneially to get an
idea of the situation, for I have never seen
the property of the tond and have as yet no
adequate knowledge of its affairs."
IIAHVHVT HXCL'HMON HATHS.
Iliej- Occupy tho Attention of tlio Western
Chicago, 111., Aug. 14. The Western roads
put in all of to-day working on their pro
posed agreement on hat vest excurslons.but
It was not quite as much of an agreement
as it was expected to turn out. When a
vote was taken late In the day on tho ad
visability of adopting the ccitltlcate plan
or return tickets proposed by the commit
tee which has tor two days ben working
on the matter, thtee of the lines repre
sented declared that they weie not pre
pared to vote at to-dav"s session, as the
man present did not have full authority
from the executive road olllcials of his line
to east a vote. Thl caused a delay, and
the whole thing went ovei till to-morrow,
when It Is thought that all of the lines will
be ready to cast their votes. No matter
what the outcome of this meeting will be,
It Is certain that all the toads will run ex
cursions. The Illinois Central has no In
tention of abandoning Its announced ex
cursions, and the Burlington has declated
flatly that It will run seteral excursions
along its line in Nebraska, and with the
example of these two lints before them, all
the other lines nie not likely to krep their
hands off the business. The best thing the
lines as a whole can hope for Is to leach
ome agreement on the manner In which
the excursions shall be run. If they fail
to do this, there Is no telling how deep the
rates all over the territory of the Western
Passenger Association lines may bo cut.
SOt'TIIHItN ICAII.HOAI) MHN,
settling Terms of u New Agrtcinont at
Manhattan Bench. N. Y., Aug. 14. The
convention ot tho Southern Hallway and
Steamship repiesentatlves met heia again
to-day at 10 o'clock, and adjourned, after
a brief session, until to-mouow. Tho com
mittee of tlvf, whle h was appointed last
night to consider tho new nguemont, ro
poited back to-dny. They favored tho
new agreement, with a few- exceptions.
The boaid of arbitiatlou will still he
continued ns piovided for In tho old agree
ment, with the privilege that the members
having cases in dispute ran Hiibmli their
gi le.vaiK-i-s to outside atbltlntlon. Tile
question of time rtqulied lor wlthdiawul
Is a Hluinbling block, as some of tho llnis
wish to make tho lime six- months. U Is
said tn bo well understood thill tho Sea
bo.ml Air Line will Insist on tho sixty
da) s' limit, and that If li Is not agteed to,
the Seaboaul lino will not join the new
The ni tt- agreement piovldes that at the
election of otllcers tho vote must be unani
mous, while under the old agreement a
two-thirds vote was sutllelent lo elect.
Set ei ill of the lepresenlatlt'cs. when seen
this nfti I noon, said It vtns quite possible
thnt a good deal of friction might occur In
the election of new olliceis.
Mnuh.iiuin Iloaeh, Aug. II When tho
executive committee adjourned this even
ing it hud practically llnishid up nil bust,
ness to be transacted. When nhe meeting
was over Commissioner Stnhlmnnn said to
a representative of the Associated 1'ie.ss:
"The Southern Hallway and .Steamship
commission will soon be n thing of the
past. After long nnd faithful service, we
have gently rocked the old lady to sleep
and piubably to-morrow will lay her away."
WIl.I. ItlllMi SUIT.
The Itnllrnnd t'limmlssloners Will Hnforiii
'I heir Orders to Un, uKutj,"
Jefferson City, Mo., Aug. 11. (Special.)
Attorney flenor.il Walker, In behalf of the
Iwatd of railway and warehouse commls.
slnueiri. has piepaied n. suit to bo brought
Immediately ngulnst the Missouri, Kansas
S. Texas Hallway Company, to enform an
otdcr made by the commissioneis tonn:
time ago to do away with tho arbitrary
chaign of 2." cents for passcngeis ami from
J to 110 per car for freight for transposi
tion over the bridge across tho .Hlssouil
river at Hoonvllle, The suit will bo brought
In the circuit court at Hoonvllle and hear
ing will bo had upon U In October. Tho
Hoonvlllo bridge Is tho only ralhoad bridge
in the stale which collects all arbitrary
i.ito for transportation, ntnl this suit will
test th" iiuthoilty of tho railroad commis
sioner to ordtr reductions tn the statutory
requirements. If th" order Is enforced tho
enrniiigii will be teduced about 1100,000 an
Ml.X l(l KAII.W.W IMI'HOVKMI-NTS.
Thnt liomriiincut Will Spend 'leu Millions
on Port TurmluuU.
City ot Mexico, Aug. It, Tho commission
of seven engineer appointed by tho deport
mt-nt of communications to Inspect the
terminal ports of tho Tehuantepeo rail
way, have compiled thc-lr report, which
will fcoou bo published. Their icport sug
gests jetties to deepen thu bar at the
Caatzacoulroa river, at a cost of l,Gu0,0Y),
and for Sallnu Cruz a s-y&tem of break
wutcis, costing 17,ou0,000. I'lans are also
submitted for landlocked harbors at Juc
httan lake, thirty kilometers touth of Su
lina Crus, as prefiTabio to bieakwateru
at tht port. The coot of converting the
lake Into a harbor, excavating u, canal
fiom thei ocean to It, In HO.CmJ.OW. The
government will soon decide whether tt
will give out the work to contraotora or do
it itself. Many American ami English
contixictors ure ready to put In bids.
.Santa l'e burning.
Chicago, III., Aug. 14. The earnings, of
Ihe Atchison system proper, for the Hist
week of August vvere SJ0S.7S2, an Increase
J of $25.3iS over the same week of last year,
'SUA i'ltipji-gi ot ihg gjj lioui, & yJ
Francisco were, for the week, 1113.T77, a
decrease of llO.RSt,
Tho earnings of the Ailnnlic l'.telflo
were, ror the week, IC2,(.2, n dectense of
, The enrnlncs of .the Atchison system, nil
lines, were, for the week, SGS.",0oI, an In
rrene of 14.M1 All the enrnhiES Riven are
npproxlmntdl gros enrnlngs.
.Mobile nnd Alnbnmn Hiiml Sell Unlrlit'
N'ew York, Aug. II. The subscription
lists for Mobile A Montgomery bonds,
which vvere opened at the otllce ot Kuhn,
Loch Co, this morning, will close linme.
dlntelv. The amount applied for both i here
ntnl abroad lmgely eiceedeil the II,b.".("j
off ei ed.
Oillllne of Hie l'litform t He Adopted at
Hie istnti Ciinveiitliln. U lileb Meets
Hnltlinorc, Aug II The pint form to be
adopted by the lb publican slnte tonveti
Hon, which miels here to-mmrow, Insofar
ns It wns known lute to-night, will be de
voted chiefly to Htnte mntlers. It will,
however, declare tho lo)iilty of tho parly In
Maryland to the tiallounl pnity, nnd will
Inliu nn advanced position In faVor of
In state matters It will demnnd a re
assessment to be mndo In strict accord
ance with tho provisions of the stale con
stitution; will declnre for n geticrnl re
form In the election laws, nnd In favor of
home rule for the counties in election mnt
ters, and fur nimuiil reglstrnllon In Haiti
mote city, nnd probibly oiinilielinlnl regis
ttntlon, with nlintlnl revisions, In tho cuun.
The platform will favor the removal of
tho vexations requirements which now
mnko It so dlfllciili for Independent nomi
nees to obtain places upon the orilclnl bal
lots. It will pledge the party to tho passage of
a civil service refoim law, slmllnr to that
enacted by the Illinois legislature, and
under which the vntlous cities nnd coun
ties In the state mny, bv popular vote, put
the met It Hvstem In opeiatUm within them,
free sihnol books In the public schools
will be advocnted, nnd also a constitutional
nmendment placing effective limitations
upon the capacity of counties and cities to
NOT ENCOURAGING TO M'KINLEY
The London "llnllv News" Declares That
Ho Is l.lkclj to lie Dropped by
London, Aug. 15 Commenting upon Its
New York dispatch, which details to-day's
doings ot the Democratic silver confer
ence nt Washington and the impulse to
letutnlng prosperity throughout the United
States, the Pally News, in an editorial,
says: "Tho dlrpatch would furnish a good
text for the speech which Lord I-'nrrar is
announced to deliver at next Saturday's
meeting ot the Cobuen Club. Nobody ever
believed the wage earning cbi"es of the
grent American cities would abandon nil
devotion to the solid dollar. The tendency
to turn against protection ! the more In
teresting becnuse less generally expected.
"Six months ago the election of nnother
protectionist president was confidently
counted upon. Our correspondent infoims
us thnt the prospect Is now- chancing. An
enormous Increase of trade followed tho
pasinc of the Wilson bill and moved. In
a rough nnd readv- way, most effectively
lo the electors that McKlnley did not
hold the only key to the Industrial pnra
dlsc. It is not clear that there Is anv man
of sulllcient power and popularity to win
his supj-ort fiom all sections of the coun
tiv. but tho feeling against increasing the
tntlff will probably Induce the Republic
ans to drop McKlnley."
Mghtcd tin 'nll)rle.
New York, Aug. 14. The first authentic
report of the -ightlng of the Valkvrle III.,
now on the Atlantic, bound for this port
to race for the America's cup. was brought
heie bv Captain August Voege, ot the
Tor Warner for (Joternor.
Kxcel-dor Springs, Mo Aug. II. (Spe
cial ) Since Mayor Davis declines to be
considered ill the lace for governor, the
Itepubllcans here have licen casting about
for a suitable man In the Kepubllcan
ranks to mako the iaco at the head of the
state ticket. Many of them are saying
that Major Warner Is the giibernatoilal
candiduto who should lead tho Itepubllcans
In Missouii in 1S-M.
A Vletlm" Turns t'p.
Grand Kaplds, Mich . Aug. 14. Ono ot
the suppo-ed victims ot 11 II, Holmes, the
Insurance, swindler, Is alive and well, nnd
Piarticlng medicine in Grand Hnpids. His
name Is Dr T. ltussell. The Chicago p.i
peis recently stated that a Dr. Uus'-i II had
disappeared from Hnglewood in tS-0-, and
that it was believed that he had been mui
dered In the Holmes castle.
Criiiul Master 1'fellTcr Hurried.
St. Joseph. Mo., Aug. 11. (Special.)
Charles A. I'feiffer. grand muster of Mis
souil Odd Fellows, and one of the wealth!
st men in this section, was married to
Mrs Hlsio THie, ot this city, to-day. Mr
I'feiffer Is 7S )eni.s of age. The wedding
was a Eiirpilso to all of his friends,
The next series of examinations for
teachers' state certillcntes will take place
fiom August 20 to 31.
Leavenworth Is all right. Then were
thirty-tin ee bliths and only thirty-one
deaths there last month.
The penitentiary directors have decided
not to select a chaplain until after Gov
ernor Mori ill's return In September.
Cmley JlnrrNon says it hat fully 5 000
Konsansifcill visit lulsllln during the
Grand Atliiy encampment there In Septem
ber. Tho value of the mineral output of Cher
okee county lost week was iT,241. Gale
na's lend and zinc alone amounted to
Pap VJskrldge, of the I'mpoiia Repub
lican, wants un expedition organized for
tho purpose of seaiihlng the com forests
for the initiation plants
The Leavenworth poliie ollectlons for
tho month of July were 3,3.',0.r.O, while
lihoo or Kansas City, Kas., with moie
than double tho population, weio only
Sentttor I'efler has wiltten a letter to J.
. Holden, of Hmpnrtu, tho advocate of
tho "i (tilling land and abolishing Interest"
scheme, 111 which he expi esses his ap
juoval of that doclilne.
Ohaillo l'lnch trnys lYcil Closo goes into
the 1'op paper deal at Topeka, in order
to get a chance to blow in sumo of the
money ho is making on his Auioiu Bore-alls-
S: South I'olc radioed.
Tho work of plastering tho statu house,
the contract for which was awarded to
Mayor I'ellows, of Topeka, has Just be
gun. The area of walls and ceilings to be
covered iinioiiiits to about ten acres,
O. S. lllatt, of Leavenworth, ha.s been
awardisl the contract for the surptu.s out
put of coal nt the penitentiary mines, at
11.23 a ton for sciecncd lump, and Inferior
grades at proportionately lower prices,
.Si-etvt.irv Barnes, of the State Horti
cultural Society, Is making an effort to
bieatho the bu-ath of life into sonio of
tho local oiganlations that Wcqe fnrmeily
snong and useful, but have piactlcally
died out during lecent years.
Tho Topeka Journal claim to have un
iiirthid n deep laid plot on tho part of
Gov ei nor Mori 111 and "C" to nptiie
for hin excellency the ltepiibll-aii nomina
tion for vice pii-hldciit, itinl claims that the
governor's Hastem Hip is in lut'thcr.uicc
of tho scheme.
Capital! Knn-sns railroads will have to
lieglu piling freight cars Into tho state a
month before harvest tlmo If they expect
to move our great com nop to tho drouth
stricken mates eust of here before It be.
comes necessary to start subset iptton pa
pers for their icllef.
An Atchison paper tantalizes its readers
by tho statement that a sensation Is blew
Ing which will shock both that town nnd
Kansas City, and all the giddy old boys
in th vicinity are trying to call to inlml
just where they may havo been a bit care
less in covering up their tracks.
lhupoiln Gazette; It Is h.iid by those
who ure "next to hliu," that Senator 1'eff.
er proposes to take the stump this fall
against silver and ugulnst tilalon. and that
he will denounce the leaders of the I'opu.
list party in this statu for drifting away
fiom the old paity uml combining with the
Democrats on a metal pt it torn.
Suveral members of the Leavenworth
ftro department of a sportive turn of mind
vwrw easily worked for an aggregate wad
of Mfrt or so by a couple of professional
sprinteis, one of whom of course easily
beat the other. In a. i.oco In which the
dead games had vigorously pushed ulong
tho latter as a. particularly goo I thing.
Atchison Globe: Chief Justice David
Martin pa)b his faro when ho rides oh
thu railroads. A (,lobe reporter sa.iv him
purchuse a ticket to Topeka, this morn
ing. 1'ilor to Murtln'a appointment ha
wus a piuctlcJng attorney, and, like ail
other prominent attorneys, can led "paste
board which would answer as money on
all roads In giving up lasses. M-u-tlii has
Jon,o something teSL ottlcUlu do.
m '--tr!-i .l l5sliw- V
,(A l,i Swinburne.)
lilr Maud, If once again
I'lion the Newport lietich
We nifet, nnd cn.-h to each
Qlve glances ,
Ah, what Ihen?
llnst Ihott forgotten wheiv
our ll(s oft met, and thou
Didst pledge me Vow on vow
Ah, what then?
Ah met of many men
I wns but one. Ifcteh cave
Ills love, took nothing save
Ah, what then?
Hevenge k sweet, I ken!
You married rich; but, oh,
He'.- broke now. Lifelong woe
Is )our, Mnud
Ah, what then 7
Itemembcr where tho lien
Got chopped? Well, It was I
Who did Iton the sly,
In Wall street
All, what then?
Amen, and Ihrlce amen.
Once more, Maud, vte shall meet
Upon those sand;, und greet
Ah, what then?
New York World,
Tew hoelesse understand the nrt of
pouring tea. or coflce, simple ns It appears.
As a ltilo, tho guest of honor Is ottered
the ilrst cup, which Is the weakest, and
the 'hlldtcn, if served nt all, arc given
the last and strongest. When It Is rlesli
uhle to have nil the cups ot uniform
stiength ono should pour a little Into each
and then begin over again, reversing thu
order. In Hnglanil this Is so well undei
stood that .i pouici of tea or eolfee docs not
begin to teplenlsh the cups till all are
A rig c.upet seen lit a farm house was
made of dark Indlgo-blue tags mixed with
white and woven with Indigo-blue warp.
It made an excellent background for small
rugs 1n a blue und white room A drab
or warm gray Is also it, good color for bed
room use, where the room mat- lie warmed
hv touches of old pink In the chir.t'z covers,
in wall paper and In small tugs.
Ivory-white satin Is a favorite textile for
gowns for full dress oceaslous.e.speclall.v
for young women, Its smooth finish and
lustrous suifaco giving it a youthful ap
pearance, which is wanting In many of
the brocades and moires. It Is a charming
gown for a debutante, made with a plain
tlarlng skirt, a. lull white chiffon waist
trimmed with white satin ribbon, and a
nairow garniture on the square neck ot
lace and pink roses. A pretty effect ts
gained by lining the sklit with pink silk.
Though the poor old man in the moon
Nothing mote than a burnt-out ember.
She woishlps him now on bended knee.
l-'or well she has learned to icmemher
He may bo tho only man sho will see
From now until next September.
Is It improper for young men nnd women
to call each other by their Chilstlan names?
Is It impiopcr for a man to speak of a
)oung woman to a thild peison by her
Hi st name? j. F
Young men and women who knew ono
another in childhood or who have been
long and Intimately acquainted since
maturity may call ono another by their
Hist names with piopilety. Casual ac
quaintances nnd ordinal-)' filends should
not do so. A )oung man In speaking of
a young woman to a thild peison should
speak of her as Mls.s So and So, unless
tho third person is an equally intimate
ttiend of both.
An optimistic dermatologist has lately
pi multigated the theory that sunburn Is
rather a good thing lu its way. Tho action
of the sun upon the skin Is lenllv bene
lleial, bo so) s, and tt Is only In the first
placo that the etfect Is unpleasant. After
lliti sunburn luiH worn off, the texture of
the skin Is flnei. smoother and moie elas
tic than it was betoie.
1'rom June to October the housewife
must wage unceasing war of exteimlna
tlon on lilcs. I-'l) paper is disgusting and
almost as gicat an ovll ns It pt events A
vase In a mom, vtilh a little oil of sassa
fras in It. is unobiei tlonublc, and only the
tiles icseut It. They keep away. Hv tho
way, a lecent 1'iess puiagraph spoke of
waiir bugs and cockioach.-s. and what to
do lo get ild of them. Sulphur water for
the latter and hot alum water for tho
fpimcr a ro sulllcient to cxtctmluate them
Cor nut klses take one coffee cup of
chopped walnuts, ono cup chopped
raisins, one cup pulvurized sugar. Bent
llvo whites of eggs veiy stilt, add sugar,
raisins and walnuts. Diop on butteied tins
and dry In n mndeiato oven until delicate
biovvn. This will make 100 small cakes,
which aie best Huee or four dav old
Add small tcasnoonful of vanilla. Do not
u.c Hnellsh walnuts,
Charlie "So you don't like my new straw
Mamie "No, I don't. The ribbon around
It bus only live colors." Judge,
I was giulng thtough tho window
Ot it 1'ails studio,
A kind of hot-linuso window,
At a nun bio Trilby there,
With i minded knees and dimpled arms
And oh, like dilfted snow,
And wonueied If on all this earth
Walked women halt so fair.
How soon should a gift bo acknowledged?
A gift should bo acknowledged imuie
rllately upon its tectlpt,
A lady who kept one of those cuily
poodlo doga lost her pet. und called upon
a detective to tinil it. The next day tho
oltlcer ramu with the dog, which was very
wet and dirty Thu lady was uvurjoyeif,
and asked toity silly qtustlons. umong
others; "Wheie did )ou Und the dear dar
ling?" "Why, inuiiii," said the nlllcer, "a M
low had him tied to a pole, and was wash
Ins windows with him.'' Tid-llils,
My tlancee a Heasuro is.
Is now and always will be;
She, uelthir i.ues to ride a "bike,"
Nor pone aa "It wa3 Trilby I"
Sho (coming down late) why do you
alwuy vviar that yachting cap? You are
never on a yacht" "
Ho--"Vhy do )ou wear that watch?
Youaio never on llinc."-I)ctioll Fiee
Ills!? iM!,iW",h!iW" -ou,ne mine?"
Miss i luhl-Uh "I'll bt.e about It. Mean,
time )ou miy consider )ouiself ptonose'l
World?" "'- wal,,nB Jl3t."-N-w Vo?
And nil about worn peoplo
l'alntlng pletuies of the same,
Who paused not when I cutcicd,
Hut, at a signal, they
Laid down their paint and pencils,
And, oh, lor shame, for shame'
Tho marble maid stood up and yawned,
Anil smiled ami walked away
Cy. Wurman, lu Judge