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TTJR KANSAS CITY .lOUftNAL, WEDNESDAY. AlCU'ST 21, lfiJW.
STARTED THE BALL ROLLING
AN NTIHsl.mrif MKKTlNO IMIOItM
MIS(( Itt ON Witt I1I.S."
Epcikers Htpl.lln the I'hn nnil t)trcll Upon
lhi Advantages Htpcrteil In Ito Dc-
tn Solicit .tllxi rlptloiif.
"Missouri on Wheels" vrns given freh
Inpetus, Inst nlglit when. n enthusiastic
millions nt Muelc linll declared, by Corel
bio applause, to the many speeches, that
the plan, w a good thing, unit watt wor
lh of being (inshed nlonir.
The Imll was comfortably filled, nnil In
addition to Itslenlng to the speakers, com
mlttec wore appoint eel to wnlt lipotv the
general business rntBrprlect In- the city to
sn.lcll Bilbsorlptlons to niton' Jackson
' oim y to lw creditably represented on thu
Mr. D. II Kirk called the meeting to
isler As Judge Z. V. Halley. of Feditln,
presld-enl of the "Mlsoatirl on Wheels"
Association, una present, ho wi tint In
troduced to explain the object of the
m htinp. Judge Halley ild that nil tho
Hies In tho slate should be Interested In
unv plon that -would In tho etui show oth
ers the resources of tho entire Mate.
"Wo wlh not only to mention our mag
r.lflrent crop, but to dhow the ptople be
jond the .Mlllppt what we realty hnve
liere Could they nee nil this, no matter
vvhut thpip prcjudleet might be, they
would be compelled to my that we hnvo
tl grandest state In the tlnlom '.Missouri
on Wheels' means making outsiders seo
Judge Halley further said that the state
university nt Columbia would furnish a
large collection of prepared native wood-;,
and the school of mines would contribute
a. mineral collection. He estimated that
such a trip nt was contemplated would
iiienn that C0n,(W) people would coma to tho
i-lnto M-eklng homes,
Hobert (tllilinra spoke with great enthu
siasm about the plan. He Impressed upon
thoo preent th Importance of showing
to the pioplo In tin- state that Knm-ns
( Itv was not st'liMi, and therefore the
should do her part with a will
"This s-chemo," said Jlr. Ulllh im, "vv 111
be .in educitlon to our people. 1'cw per-t-ous
abioad renJIre th it. Missouri stands
seventh ns a manufacturing state, and
that she t-nrrled nmiy J.W,fW In prlres from
the world's fair. This is n plan to present
our natural resources-. Kans-is Clt) can
wrll ulTord to raise t(W to help It nlong,
and 1 niu conildent that It will come blck
Colonel Jj. H. Watery, who next spoke,
of cour-o mi full of nneedotts nnd hu
mor. This dirt not prevent him. however,
from pitsehtlng mnnv excellent nrgti
jiionts In f.nor of the plin. He made the
line of his argument "object lessens "
"von may talk of gtont crops," said
Colonel Waters, "but tilk doesn't bo. The
people want to see. The Idia Is to carry
samples and show the people what wo
"People fiom the outside are looking
now more than over before toward itls
, fcotirl We must advertise,"
(JO, , Chief of 1'ollco L. H. Iiwln bronchi out
tho fact that to explain to the citizens nt
.the Histem states Hint the soil of the state
aeciletl no ailllclal fet tlllzatf n, whereas
i iousind of dollars wcie A.pended an
orsiifinlly for tint purpose In Vw KiirI itul,
....Mild In Itself be a. blB advti tlement
"'"Pew people," he nld, "In the Hist hue
, any Idea of the dherslty of our crops."
JiiriKe John It Stone ln.uln the hit of tho
eienliiK by following up Colonel Waters'
nrRiimcnt of "object lessons " Ho told of
the news oRent koIiir thioiiBh the train
KhlUB to each piSMiiKer a peanut. The
peanut was onto and as a conefticncc
most of the trav) - bought some of the
"fiult " Juje ! pleaded for a con
ceited actl fro .il oer tho htato to
fuithcr this c .prise.
, "Whv do ' iIe," ho continued, "pnss
) through our s. no to seek homes In Iwm
.ls and OkKhonn.? hlmply liectiiiso they
bae never been told of the advantages of
our state. The people 111 other states
should be Instructed. Most of tin m seem
to have an Idea that Missouri was a Con
federate state. I would like to see the
point biuiiRht out that this state In the
lnte w-nr furnished in;,noo Union and 7",W0
Theip wete also piesent several cltlens
of Independence, ainOUK whom were Pies
blent 'li t. of the Commercial Club, and
Presion Hobei t lloth mule speeches
urulnif as many es could to attuul the
open lr meetlnK at Independence net
llmisil i- nlBht
Dr .1 W. ISowman bioiiKbt out the point
that over l.OiO ouns men come to K.ins is
CIij eieh jeir to studv niedli Ine Ho
thonsht the Kieater the settlement in the
state so iiiiil.1i moie viould this number
lie Inei eased
Chnliinan Klik appointed these commit
tees to solicit snhstilptloiis
Minks M V Watson..! H Xeif
HulMeis and Trade is' Hxeh.uiRe AV. A.
Iell, W It. 1III1. Jerome Twitehell.
Prj floods Wholes ile and ltetill A. H.
Miinuei J T HIrd, Chillies V l'ek
Prult and riodtue Conitulslon Meiehants
-II C (l.uth, CJiis O Ij Sulci, (.leoiKe
fli i In Commission Merchants Colonel .1.
W Moore. George 13. 'Ihuyei, I! C. Cluls
tophei (iroceiies, Wholesale S lmucl Itldctiour,
Ailun I.otiK, Tred liorftrett
Implements and II iiilw.ue J. M. I'attcr
Hin, P H lionnlwell.
1. iwvots JuiIbi) Austin, Ilenrj' I. Mc
Cune, J H IlaiMess
l.umbei Willi im Hultlff, J. W. Merrill,
J L l.aue.
Plumbers nnil fins 1'ltters P, i:. IilIy,
Dent Yates James ,M Cios.
Plivsli bins, Surceons and Dentists Dr.
J How in in.
Heal Kstate-and Insiinuee A. A Whlp
ple, A M Sills, James II. Welsh, Mllo 11.
I.. i w ram e
Slock Yards and P.icMnK Houses John
JI l'njne, M I) Si l iiKRs, Prank Cooper.
Stieet an I Sham Itallw i Itobei t Gill
li.im, Peu I. Thompson.
MAYOR DAVIS IN DOUBT.
l!ut Unit Ml l'robibly slK" 'bo C. is I'riui
iIiImi Orilliiain i Aflir ItiailhiB
jr.iyor Dav Is bus not as jet made up his
ffifll'l rthethei he will slsn or veto the or
dinance Blvins the Kant is Cit Gas J.lRht
ant Coke Compinj a thlity jenrs' fian
h se His honor contends that, althouBh
h? listened attentlvily to the discussion
ir fl'' lower house iiieetln" Monday niKlit,
jit' I s'Hl eompleteh' at sea.
In the llt.st iil.ne," sild the major, "tho
oi linuni.0 his not been piesenttd to mo
j t, so I have not bad the opportunity to
f -ll it even if I ho desired. If I un make
Hi mj mind that the operation of this or-
tl'nime would not depilvu tho pioplo of
jinputulon. then, of eouine, 1 woulcf have
in' ihobo nut to Immedl itely make the
i isuro a law This I, the onlv thliiK that
i airlf- mo about the cntlie alfalr"
I.itii in the attoinoon ex-City Counselor
ozi lie called up the mijor and explained
rins jf the provisions, upon which no was
ot putltularly clear. Jt Is thought that
if'er ilin iutirvlew tho major looked with
favor upon the ordinance, and will un-
Jouhtedlj slun it vihun it is brought from
the city lIciIv'o olllcc.
MORE DEALERS FINED,
llio lloaril of Health lliifiiu Insr tho C'ltj
(lrdlauiiio I'riihlhltlnir tlio Sali nf
Seven milk dealers weio tried In the po.
lite com t vesterdiy on the charge of roll
Iiik Impure milk to their customers. They
wen ancsted on warrants issued by I'olleo
Clerk Williams, on complaint of the board
of health. Dr. I', P. Klshklaii, milk tester
at Aimour's packlntr hous testllled that
the milk obtained from tbeao dealers failed
to come up to the btanjaru li'ijulicd by thu
Kmest Swartz was lined 510 i:. J. Shu
ken, of tho HlBln daily: J, O, Pickett, of
the MliiL'iut elalry. and W. J. Jlahoffy, of
tho I'nlon iuv, weio lined $15 each. J, S.
lilinitnKham, ot No. 00 J3ast lllshtli street;
3. A. Dickey and Maitlu Treba weio dli.
iliaieed. With Had Drinking Hutcr
Die llornfuril's Ai'ld l'hosphutr.
DIU E. C. Dvvis, Da bind, bo mil Dakota,
suis: "It Is one of thei best ogeuts we have to
rectify the bad oflceU o( thu drlullug water
uiou th UiJneys and bo u els."
Will felil.ruln the llattlii of I pxliiijtou.
Lexington, Mo , Auir. 20 (Special.) At
a HK-etlHL' held here last nlsht It was clt
clded to cslebrale the thirty -fourth unnl
veraay of the buttlo of .oliit,'ton, on Sep
teinbtr . Ample arraugimeiit will be
made for a large crowd, and U. A. It. posts
and ex-Confedeiate camps will be invited
to participate. Prominent tpeakers will
be present to addre-ss the peopk, and Jud'
luf from the gentlemen who have chargo
of the affair, tho occasion will be a b'lcat
PAID TOO MUCHF0R FURNITURE
The Old Itoin If Atnimi-eM nt the II lit rli-
lum . .'nrinitnr.r Had lery
Sttte Audllnr ClrnrRe Cote nnd Attorney
Oeneral V It Dawes, of Kanns, were In
the city trslerilny conferriil with the
oltleers of the .1 It North furniture Com
pnny over the nntrovery thnt has nrl'tn
conccrntnir the henvy putelmK" of fur
niture nnd supplies mmle for tlio Ilulch
Itwon reformntorj The bill wns made by
the member of th old board of directors,
nml there was a itrkty when the voueher
for the nmmint presented to the aud
itor. The new bonrd of in-tnnirers claim
thi-y do not lieesl the entire kit of furni
ture piirphnsed, but do need some things
they have ne fuhfM to iuircline, nnd the
otlleers were here rlerdiv to ee If ome
plain for an rxihnnwp rould not lie made,
o, thnt the ret of the Roods ralifht be
isitd for nnd the mntter closed tif.
A conferPtice wan held lietween the otll
eeri and reprevntntlves of the fiimlturp
cnmrsiny duriiitr the mornlntt, and nfter
the mutter were fully considered n propo
Itlotii wan made by Auditor Cole for the
exehnttRe or certain article" (br telialf
of tln cotutmny, .Mr. North said he would
not mj whnt was to lie done He would
laj the ttmtter liefore the dlrectorx of his
rompnitj nt the llrst meetlnK and see what
action It wn delreil to take In the mat
ter. The proportion its mode eonti-mplnted
the rxehanire of more goods linn the
eotnponv n Inclined to look upon with
favor, but Inasmuch as the situation of
the nmniKrers of the Institution was of u
peculiar and perplexing nature, the pom
pan j wa Inclined to roilslder the matter
rivisonablv. so Mr North "iiRRestesl.
The furniture ptirrhnmil hv Ttlllv Scott
nnil the other tnemlier of the old boird
of mnnaeers was of the finest character,
ami the- rooms of the Institution were
lilted up with RorReous dlsregaid of i
pense. The bill was made by the reuu
mrlv apiiolnted and epialllled representa
tives of the state, and It Is iitiestlonnhle If
the state could nvold the pas tin nt of the
entire amount If the firm was dlpoe-d to
push the nutter. The nppiopMntlon for
supplies Is exhausted, and there are many
things that are needed so tint the re
form itorj- c-ih bo opened fot business
The state olllelnls are ot the opinion that
the purchase of the lino conch at Jll'i was
hardly lit- keeping with th" dictati t nt
good business taste nnd practice, when tho
couch In the state hnue. upon whlih Gov
ernor Morrill is allowed to n ellne, cot
Ie" than one-fourth ot that amount. The
line dining table that wn among the pur
chases Is aNo not needed, so thev edalm.
and thev think they can fill Its place with
less expense, and s.ivo three-fourths of
WASHINGTON PARK CONCERT.
Miss Alice Itarmnnil mid Her I'mnniis Cor
net 11111 lln the Star Among the
The programme of the el i borate free
public concert nt Washington pirk to
morrow night Is tho following:
I1Y Till: HAND.
March "Piivato Tommy Atkins" (Pot
ter). "Cinderella" (Itoslnl).
Arli from ucl i d'l.ammermoor" (Don
izetti). ItV 31 1 e. 1AYMOND
Cornet solo "Arhuckllninn" (Hartmin).
I1Y TH13 HAND
'T.a Itelne de K Itr" (Sousa)
"Pas Mnlnux" (by reipiest), ananged by
Phil S Itoie.
G ilop "Out on a I. irk" (Cox)
I1V MISS ItAY.MOND.
Cornet solo "MNerie," fiom "II Tl ova
tore," trombone bj Mr. O Jacob-"
This Interesting programme will be given
fiom the ship moored hv thi amphitheater
on tho Hkeslde M here are 3,00) e.its. No
more Inteiestlng entertainment his evet
been given fiom the famous ship. In nntlc
Ipitlon of the big ciowds, the whole com
plement ot c.iis of the electric load will
be put on
Miss lt.ijmond ins heard by a crowd
that was complelclj charmed by the spoil
of her magic col net last evening. This in
teresting woman is magical In hei power
ovei the cornet. It Is an Instrument that
an ordinary pel former slmplj blows bra.rn
sound fiom. Put to tin- lips of Mli Ilaj--moiui,
it Is the trumpet of all the p tthos
an J grandeur nnd humor that dwells In
In tho piece from "II Trovatoie" the reply
will be provided from tlio forest b thu
tiombone of Mr. Jacobs. This cornet and
tiomhone duet Is an el iborately ilellclous
Mls Ktvniond villi wear a new co-dame
from I'irls. She Is a h indsome dressd
and blazea with the gold medals she has
Making Mainly Itilils I'pnn the Itcddem es,
stores nml liirnsor llio People
of the ( II.
HursHis lslled the homo ot J A Tip
ton, of No. I.M Pali view avenue, at nil
e.irlv hour jestenlaj morning' and rin
s ii keel the house Horn top to bottom
None of .Mr Tipton's family was awak
ened by the intrudeis Although the
thieves left traces ol thelt presence in
eieij' room, onlj one aitlile was t iken.
It Was a small tin box ivhlili lontnlned
seveiil deeds to thy property and n my
pipers valuable to none except the ownei.
'1 he thieves inteicd the house bj forcing
a lo.u window.
Hurglirs bioke Into two b irns some
time Monil.u night Yisterdij W II Wolf,
of No ICJ1 Troost avenue, vient to ihe Cen
tral police stitlou and reported Ihe less
ol two sets of hiinr-s fiom his bun A
slioi t time attirwards I,. Seilt, of No liml
Ploia aveuue.repoited the theft ot a double
set of wot It harness
A biiigl.tr vistordaj morning attempted
to foi.e an cull me e into the store of A
Plshev, at No 10m) Pnion avenue', by
bieaklng the' glass In the front window.
Httore the thief lould entei the stoie he
was frightened nwnj b the an ikening of
Mr Kishej, who sleeps in tho building.
Monuv night but Oars erfectnl an en
train o Into lohn Swanson'h groeerj store
at No lWkt West Nlnch street, and eaiiled
awaj a eiuantitj of groe cries and tobicco.
OFFICIAL ROUTE SELECTED.
Kansas fltj (iriinil Arm) Vli n Mill (in to
lonisvllle bv the Alton ami the
Ohio .v MIi.N.lppl.
Tho transtioitatlon comniitlee of the O
A, It met In (band Aimy ball last nlg'it
to select an oilleial route by wlibh the dif
ferent posts of tho Uts- will attend the
national eni'ampmcnt at Louisville, Kv ,
September 11, 12 and 13 After lousldi rible
aigumcut thu Chicago A- Alton and Ohio
tx. .Mlbslsalppi loads wciu clio-en Special
cars will inny tho members of tho Kan
sas Cltj C,. A. It. to l.oulsvlllo A i. hi
liltlon abo pissed thei meeting wlileh will
In. intiodiiceil at tlio Louisville eneauip
ment, asking eougress to amend the Intel
statu commLTLo law in n waj- to admit
ot reducid tales ou all louts to nation il
encampments. It is a fact that moie
would attend the muni il inuutiugs of Hie
(1, A. It. could satUfaitoiy late-s be se
iiiieil. The ralllouls have slkullled tin Ir
willingness lo iii.iko lower rates tr tlio lu
terhtato law can in f-omo inaiincr be
A puhllo meeting will be held nt Grand
Army ball on the evening of September 3
lo ascertain lust bow in my fiom Kansas
City will attend tlio I.oulsvlllo encamp
ment. It .Mnlos t's Shudder
To think of thills and fevtu. Hut when
we really have it supposing us to bo so
unfortunate our frames undergo a serie-s
of shocks which bear a tloso analogy to
those pioduced by an eartlupiako. lloastcd
next, wo aie drenched by peitplintiou aft
crwaid, Truly a. delce table condition of
things Hut bow easy to reined j and how
petdlly! Tlio mtaln means of icllet Is
Hosteller's Stom ich Hltteis. Tested as
wtll vvlieio mulaila Is prevalent in its most
viiulont forms, lis whuo It takes on a
mlldet guise, it bus iiioved itself lo possess
both a lenii'dlul and preventive ellkaey of
tho highest order. Ill South Ameilca.
Guutuniala, Mexico, nnd the Isthmus of
Panama, no lets than throughout tliuNouh
American eoiitluint, Its suctess us a nitans
of forestalling mid iclleving luiasmutlo
dlsi'ase has been unpuialleled. Uto thei
Hitters foi djsKpsia, eonstlpatlou, bilious
and kidney Double, uenousness unci ele
billty, , ,
lined for Mi lulling Ills 1 1 f-.
It. 1. jiuu. . ,,u .w tiiri rally j i-s-l.-nlnv-
morning 011 tho tharuo of hinttiitv
I Jlott, who vvas arrested eaily ves-
assaulting his wife at thtir home. No. 110
W'et Tenth ttieet, was lined tIM in tlio
police court, ills, iioit, who appealed to
testify aguinst her husband, had to be led
juto the court room b an otllcer, as the
was unablej 10 bee out of either ce. Mott
otfered no ocuse for his assault except
that of excitement. Ho clalnu. to bo u
Jinny persons keep Carter's I.lttle l.lvrr
Pills ou hand to preieut bilious attacks, sick
bcidacbe, uUzlutss, ud Had thtjia Just what
BOSTON IS THEIR MECCA,
KMtlllTS TI'.MI'Mtl ON A I'lldllUM tll;
TO Till; ritli:.N.M M, lO.NCI.AII-
Delegation from Many Itestrrn "tales
11 III I'iim IIimiiirIi Kilttsas ( Ity This
llrek I'Hin nf Moiirl, Hnnsis
nnil l.onil oiiimaiulerlrt.
This week will wlthcsfl the ptsfnge
through Kanns City of many Knights
Templar on their wav to the lwonli.lxth
IMcnulnl e-onelive nt Huston. It Is certain
Hint the California delegation, rinlstng
of night Hmliunt Sir IMwnrd Hpnulillng
I.lppltt, grand eomtnniider, nnd his escort,
Cnllfornli Commandety No 1, of San
Prnnelsco. (iolden Hale Comtnandity No
IR, of San franelseo, and Daklahd Cim
mandery No II, of o-iklnnd, will nrrlve
here to-morrow or frldnv en route lo Chi.
engo. Golden ttate Coinmntiilerv Is iotn
poed largely of Vvenlthy Sin f ranelsoins,
n number of them belnK mlltlonalres. It
bears the teputatlon of traveling In the
most elaborate nml expensive stile pis.
blex If the members elo ns they have done
heretofore, n. number ot ears eont lining
California fruits nnd wines will he nt
tai heel to tho train nnd there will be a
carload of blooded horses ror ue In the
Thu grand comminilerof Kansas, ltlght
Kmlnent Sir Knight It l: Torrlngton, of
Wichita, will unss through Kansas City
with his escort to morrow evening bv tho
Sinlit Po route. 'Ihe escort will bo nude
up ot the triennial committee of the grind
conimnntlery of the slate, compose! of
limlnent Sir Knights K W, Wellington, of
Hllsunrth, William C ChalTee. of l'oieka,
and C A Conkllng, of lluti hlnson, and
lopeka Comnmtiderv No. C, Hmpoila Com
manderv No S, Iteno Comniaiiili rv No
til, of Hutchinson, us well ns deb gallons
from Arkansas citv, Wellington, Wlnlleld,
Clianute, Cherijvaii, Garnett and uttiiuit.
Vnilous nklahoma loiiimiinderlcs will be
lepresenteil bv large delegitlntis. P.lght
Hmlnent Sir Knight Torrlngton will leave
Wichita lit nbnut 11 ctoi k to-mortow
morning, nccompinled bv his start anil
.Marshall's band 'I he deb gallon will reach
this elt shortlv uftcr " o'cloek to-morrow
evening according to the sdiediile
The Colorado eommniiib rles, Cnlnindn
No. 1, of Denver and Pueblo No. t, of
Pueblo, escorting Grand Commander ltlght
Hmlnent Sir Willi im W Itowan, v.lll come
bj wav of Kan"as City also.
On Saturday morning nt S o'e lock the
otllelil tialn of the gland enminanileiy nt
Mlshiilirl vvlll leave the I'nlon depot over
the Chicago & Alton road This will be
simple, to accommod He the Knnsns City
Knights who in iv wish tn travel with tlio
grand tommander. ltlght Hmlnent Sir Les
lie Orenr. of Marshall, and his statT It Is
expected that Individual Knights and their
guests in this eltv, St Joseph. Llbi rtv,
Hlehmond Carrolliou, Mexho, Paris Chll
llcothe, Mtiryvllle, Lexington, bed ilia,
Wnrrensbuig, ll.iiilsonvllle Hutler, Ne
Mitl.i, Clinton, IJoonvllle, Pulton, Howling
Green, Columbia, Pajette and Jeireroii
Cltj', whose Intentions have been formed
not to go as distinct coninuinderles, will
lulp to swell the numbers ot the grind
The trlennl tl committee Ins been In
formed thit several cnnini indciles In
Southwest Mlsuourl will unite In forming
a Southwest Missouri battalion, to eon-dst
of Lebinon Comnnnderj No It of Leb
anon, Ascension Comm.inilerv No. "', of
Joplln, Jasper Coinninnderj No II, of
Cuthage, St John's Comniaiiilery No 20,
of Springfield , West Plains Coiuinnnderj
No 1, of WYst Plains, Marlonvllle Cam
mamlerv No II, of Marlonvllle, St HlniJ
Co mm indery No 13, of Ilollvnr. Neosho
Comnnnderv No 57, of Neosho and llnr
mnnv Comm.indei j No .TS, of Monett
These will Join the grind e'oiiim inder's
train at Itlootulngton III Tin- train will
proeeeed direct to Marshall on Its leaving
here on Saturdnj morning and there It
will be boarded by ltlght limine ut Sir
Ori-.ar and his escort which villi be MI
soml Commandery No ,!G. of Marshall
It is verv unlike Iv this train will bear
nnnv Kansas Citv Knights.
J II frame, secretary of the Kansas
Citv triennial committee, w is liusv all dav
jesteiday allotting beiths and answering
epiestions relitlve to the pilgrimage, wMch
begins frlelav. General Sonthw. stern Pas
senger Agent A II Moffet of the ISoek
Islind loute. who his been In Chle.140 for
11 few elajs In the Interests of the Kansiis
Citv delegation returned vesterdav The
special train wide h will earn- the members
of the two lorn! e ommanderles to Ponton
will be otn of the tlnest ever seen here
and It will lie appropriated deeor.ited.
About 271 will make the pilgrimage, .1
large numbei being 1 idles
Kansas City will be highly honored In
file gieit pii.ule to be held In Hoston, for
ltlght Hmlnent 'I bonus It Mot low 'p 1st
grand muster of 1llsnuil Ins been ho en
as the chief of the twelfth division, which
villi embt lee .1 number of Westeiti si Hex
His thief of staff will lie lames II Pi line,
eminent commander of Oriental Command
cry No 3" and one of his elites I.1I111 IT
1 lies emlurnt eonimamlet of K insis Cite
Commnndeiv No 10 13 Governor Divid
It Pi mils will be one of tho Ihe ,ti les
The state of Missouri will head the twelfth
BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS.
I'livornble Aetion taken I'pnn a Number of
I'llhltr I inprov .'incut Ordlll llle e-s and
ICesolatiolls nt lester.lll's Vle.tlllg.
The bo inl of public winks at yosterdaj's
meeting rei oininended that oidlnances bo
passe el requiring the paving of these
stiocts Ti.iev ivenue from fifteenth to
Seventeenth street, with asplinlt, Twen
tieth trom Southwest boulev ml tn Oik
stie-et wllli lUKUdrim. and Missouri ave
nue from Walnut to Lov'tist. as a huMni.ss
street The' board also re'e oiiimcndeil tint
the eouncll pas-, nrdiniinci s to 1 hiinge and
re-est ibllsh the grides of these, streets:
McGee from Twentv-thlid to Twenty-sixth:
Hleviuth from forest to Vitgiula ainl
Truj from Tenth to Twelfth. A resolu
tion to pave Charlotte fiom Twelfth to
fifteenth stieel wis adopted The reso
lution to pivo Hiiilson stieet from
Twelfth to Sixteenth was laid over.
The weather Indications for Missouri for
to-day aie foe fair weathei, except in the
extiiine southeastern portion, where lo-al
showers nie looked for Tho timperatuie
will be slightly warmer In the custom
portion 'Ihe maximum teinperatuie n
poited for Kansis Cltj jestiidav was "J
(leg whlln tho minimum was M deg, 'o
rainfall was .71 Inches. Tho record
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for Itlsbop lingua's K-r ptlou.
At a meeting of delegates fiom the dlf
feient C.ithollo pmlsheb lu the city held
last night In Cithedtal hall, to perfect
nriungements for the reception to liu glieu
to Hlshop llogau on his niriwil fiom 1 3n
lopo, tho n'slu'iiatlon of Thomas McNa
HKii.i ns grand maislml wus lecelyed ami
ace-epted, John Tobin, nf W'estport, vins
chosen to III) the vacancy It Is thought
that :t,0uo people will participate lu tho
parade Tlun will e.irr) torches and four
binds have been emplojed to inarch with
the pai.nle The parade will form at
Tenth nnd llroidway and will mirch north
on Hroudw.iy tn fifth stieet and west on
fifth stieeet to the Hlulf, whine tho col
iimns will bo diawu up lu two Hues to
await the 111 rival of tho bishop and bis
estoit. Th" letuill match will be east on
Sixth to .Main stieet, south 011 Main to
Hleviuth, then west to tho cathedral,
wheio tho bet vices will be held.
Knurls ('iiiiutlcs to Itn Sued,
Topeka, Kns Aug, 20. (Special.) The
state tri'iibiiter has asked (lie attorney
general to commune action agilnst cei
t.ilti counties and districts of Kansas,
whoso bonds, lu piinclpal or Interest, have
become delinquent to the school fund,
which owns them Tlio trensuier has
mailo a statement of sums Involved, whleli
shows that bonds are ilelinuuent to tho
amount of 2i,7,3S3 SO, Including Interest.
Illttrii by a lieloui Dog.
Ilay ColTntan. 1111 S-eir-old boy, living at
No. 3101 Hast eleventh street, was bitten
In thu face by a vicious dog, near his homo
jesterday forenoon. Ills parents took h 111
to tho Cential police stutfon, vvhcie Polleo
Suigeou 11 de dressed his lacerated cheek.
.More Iroublo for .Molt,
Two complaints were sworn out In Jus.
tb-e Case's court vesterday foi thu urrcst
of I) f. sMott, of No. 110 Went Tenth street,
for threatening to kill ami assaulting with
lutein to kill bis wife pa -Monday night.
from the Herald, (Mjiibi, tnl
llen.lrtiho is it c&tnhiou nllment Willi
evervbodv, tint rry Ten p. ipio nre tor
tured with that terrll 1 atlli. Hon -I'k
lu a 1 1 he nr bilious henrt 1 h No one w h
has not snrr, red from tlu nsonlln tnil
adj can form any JuU 1 nm eptlon of the
almost uiundutnblo tln in the head, ex
treme liauson of the stomneh and iili.r
exlmustlon of ihe Itodj that itsunlly ne-
nmpaules each iiltnMt. Mrs lolm W. Mid
dle brook, of Hillsdale, Ind , u,s so nlllleted
fir J ears and lu?r hubsnd toll n reporter
the follow Iiik irlimrknble stars
"it wife suffered trtrlhlj four or five
jenrs with her hend nhd was in constant
ngony ela and night. Nothing brought
relief fltully n lady fritted In Monteru
111 11 reiomtueiiiled lir. Wininnis' Pink Pills
t bought a box nml nn wife In gun taking
Pius, she nnd hot taken the first box until
hc was better and those nwfitl pnlns In
In r lu'iul were les severe. Hy the time
Ihe llrst box was entire 1) gone she felt
griillv relieved and I purchased the sec
ond fox Her Improvement continued and
I lept bit lug pills until font boxes wire
Usui The pain lu her lu ml stopiwd That
was Inst Ditobet, ltfll, and she has liner
suffeivd with her head slme My wife Is
about Kl jenrs old nnd vcrj feeble, but
thesn pills have grentl) benefited her
health In other wnjs."
The re-porter further confirmed the story
by talking to the old hull Her face light
ed tip with a smile when he mentioned
Dr. Willi 1111V Pink Pills, and a Jojous lour
sparkled In her ojesi as she remarked,
"That pun Is all gone "
That there Is virtue In lhee pills Is evi
dent from the fad that Charles Klrtr, the
Mnnti7Umn druggist, repoils thai In- sills
more of them than anv pill In the house
Dr Willi mis' Pink PlOn for Pale Pioplo
ate 1 nnsldeieil nn unfailing spec llio tor
sin h dlt ises as locomotor ataxia partial
pntiilvsls. St Vitus' 1I11I11 e-. m'Mtlen. tieu-
rilgli rlieumntlsni, nervutis heiilaelie.the
after efT" Is of li gilpne, palpitation of
the hem t, pale and sallow 1 oniplexlons.
Hut tired feeling resulting from neivenis
ptosttatlou, all diseases resulting from
vitiated humors In the blood, such lis si rof
uta, ehronlf ersslpeiis, etc Thev nre also
a spei Itli for tumbles pi" 11II111 to fetnali s
sin li is supiiresslons, Irreguhirltles and nil
Tennis of weakness In men thev e ffee t 11
radl al cure in all e-ases irislng rroin men
tal worrv, overwork, or ix obi-s of vv hit
ever nature Pink Pills are sold bv nil
dealers, or will be sent post paid em receipt
of pt li e (,il tents a lio, or six boxes for
$.T.n). by addressing Dr Williams' .Medi
cine Co., Scht ni-ctnil', N 1
llrst ItrRlute at Mlsomirl llrli; lite, fili
form, il Itf.llk, In IJn triers ill MurlIHe
Mini Kmi-is ('It jaiis I'r. spot.
Matjvllle, Mo, Aug. 2D (Specl.il ) The
I'll st regiment. Mlssiurl bilgaib-. 1'nl-
fnrmed Rank, Knights of Pvthlas went Into
camp at Mc.llmsei's park heie t"-eliv
Three divisions from K iin City and one
fiom Llbeily ariivid slmrth hi fore noon
accompanied bv the Zelsh r band and Hat
ter II, from K.insis ("Itv Colon d J C
Greenmnn was attended bv the following
start Captain George A Itunjan, adju
tant, Captain Geoige fields conimlss.irv ,
Dr. Smjth, assistant mgion. Captain
George It. I'irkir, of this cllv, iiiinter
mastci seige.inti L. D Arnold, regimental
The delegition from Knnsis Citv con
sists of 1'nvost division N'n 1 Ciptlllll
.latins A. P.ied. Kalis is Citv division, N'o
1. Captain Chirles Hub. r. .Notth Stm divi
sion. No is Ciptalu II Johnson, Lib
el tv division, No n.'. Ciptiln W 11 1'ltts
Anothet eh legation fiom K.insis Citv will
nriive to-monow. The St .lost ph Cnniei
on and Ilamllton illvlslons will ilso nrrlve
to-inniiow and thcro will piobiblj be 2()
nn n In imp.
The ginei il entertaiuim nt of the visitors
is In charge of a coumiitlie cotislstiiiR
of W A Digge-tt, ehaiiinan. A L (bile,
suretarj, and 11. 13. f Milinisej. The
citizens of .Maijvllie hive ueleomed the
Sir Knights vv.iunl, and no pilns vvlll be
spued to make the e in ampiucnt an e n
Jov ible and nu mor.ible one
The wiatlnr is nil thai . mild be desired
ind the- camp In splendid 1 nnditin'i The
Hoods tint fell In Kansis ( ilv jesterihiv
did not n-iuli this section and the camp
ground Is prfecllv ell
To-night the icglment had diess pua.le
and tin- visitors were ontet Inlm-d in band
eoneirts Thiirilaj' night a crand ball
will be- given at tile Aruioiv frl.l.iv will
In- 1 " v t li lini dav and the gtnn.l nii.ide of
Knights and visiting suboi lln it. IoiIr. s
will be reviewed b Hrlgailier (niiiril Pie
vost Siindav morning tin nulmiul will
attend sc-rvlees at tie- Plrst M 13 hui h
and will be aelelress.il bv Jtiv .1 11 Cox
of Molxrlv Tin iigliuent will break
tamp next Sund iv ifteinoun
HEAVY FINE FOR M'CRORY.
llelired 1 lireo shots Into I r ink .Iiiiii.'
S.1I0011 Afti r a lu irrel With Iv irl
Phillip McCiorv li 11 tender it P Po
e's saloon, at I Ightli and W limit stn.ls,
was lined Jin in tlu polh e eouit vist.idiv
on the charge of dlschaiglng lii 11 ins
within the clt limits I3ul visi. 1.1.1
uioinlug MeCiorj and Jack f b mlng a
hoiscin ill. walked into Pinnk Jones sa
loon, on Walnut street, lu front of the
bir MiCrorj s iw J Kuil Gulnotte 1 -supeilntenibnt
of buildings. A quill.! en
sued between MeCiorj nnd Guillotl. 1011
leinltur some building id ins, and llnnltv
.M1C101J, wiio was iutoxie atisl, aio'Ui d In
sulting epithets to Gulnotte. Then M -
Ciotv ami I'ltining weie onbreil to Imve
the house'. Aftei pisng out of tin n l k. r
doors, bailing to tin- biiiootn, .M.M.iiy
turned and tired tlm-e slims Into tin si
loon Guinntte w is stiiliding 1 lose to the
wicker eloois on th. Inside- of the biiinoni,
lint was not hit bj any of tin- bullets,
which bulled tin nisi Ives In the wood
work ot the saloon McCroi) and his
companion then walked up to A P Pobj's
s ileum. A shnit time a ft etna id 1 nihil
Cannon plated MeCioiy under an.s Al
though MeCrou was uninlst ikabl aiming
at Gulnotte, the billet ictusi-d to pio-i--cute
him nnd onlv 1 ill 11 ge of iIIm hinging
llieums -within tin eltv limits . ould lc
K illy be placid against .Mel 'nil
At 1 n clock Vestiiiliy nfteinoon Me
Cioiy p lid th" tine and gave notice that
an appeal would bo taken to the crimluil
A Home' Sellout for Hois.
A little more than seven jears ngo the
bishop of tho diocese of Kansas City deter
mined to found a sc liool lu that state for
the symmetrical ediu itlon of bojs.
Among his objci is weio these
first Te provide bojs with an attrac.
th.- CluNtlan I101111 and biiiiouiid them
with lulluencesj tending to develop their
religious n iture.
Se eonec To encourigo phjslcn! training,
nnd at tho hiimu time teaoli pinmpt, cheii
fill, Implicit olx-dlen .-. To do this pleas
antly and e-ertalnij, the school was to bo
under the military i-istem. of which P10
festor Diummond has said. ' Por milium'
orgiinl. itlon In everj bhiipe and foi in bojs
eclal aptliuile," and Pieslibnt
ll.inlson said. 'It is uood In everv
speet of It good for the bns. Rood for
the echoed;, and good for the eoiimi "
Third To give bo) 3 thoiough intellec
lu the (list two ropects, nt least, this
school was to bu peculiar, nnd to this day
St John's school, Sallna, is tlie only
school In Kansas that undertakes, to pio
vlcle a. Clulstlan homo for ba)u and give
the m reguiir. s-j.-t. m.itb , ph)blcal tl. clu
ing At Sallna was built one uf the most
beautiful, commodious nnd substantial
school buildings in the West It Is of
etouo nnd brick, with undol roof, pro
vided with lavutorii', Fihool rooms, bit
ting rooni.se, parlors, llbiurks, and dorml
tnrles. Tho professors nnil their families
live In the building with the cadet, an I
meet them regularly at table 111 tho dining
100111, a well as In n t-oclal w.i) lu tho
halls and pallors The ruofn-rotsj hao
In en chosen lor their cspoiuil Illness to
govern and educate hes Near the milu
building is the attiactlie gs niinit-linu and
liowling ullc), nml adjacent to Hie mi 1110
the tennU courtu, b.ibebill and footbill
gixiunds. Almost from tho start has tho
school grown in numbtis, an. I It well ile.
fccrvcs tho popularity It now- cnjO)s. Last
)e.ir thero wete cadets from Kansas, Colo
laito, Indian Terriioiy, .Mlsteiurl, Illinois,
Indiana unci South Dakota It was built,
it i iiinliitnlued not tor mono), nor pri
vate gain (a many military ichoolu ate),
but for tho hope of helping bo)s. The
iteslrts of its founders ore being re.alUed,
their pratrs are being .uibweted. As Its
alms ine high, the moral tone is excel
b nt. The honesty, tho sincerity ami abll
It of tho management are proved by pu
pil aud parent. The p.itions of St. John's
school nr its advertisers.
.Stop (Iter Privileges
On the Hoston excursion tickets seem to
be what )ou vvaift. The Chleuito A- Alton
railroad bus perfected arrangements wheru
by )ou can stop at almost uny point in
tho Hast, making your ticket good to re
turn without the formality of going to
Hoston to have ticket stumped. You bu)
the ticket, we do the rcbt Call ut Junt
tlon Ticket otiiee, Ninth, 3!aln and Dela
ware. A. HILTON.
Ufcarl Agent, l'-usenctr Dtuju-toiaut.
FAVORED BY BUSINESS MEN,
l.ltlltMl t'ITIl XMIS III M1 ttcoitn
1MI II ",IO! It.S IIS" I' VMM) I'l.tN,
All Agree I lull I'ate liworle fining Mint lie
stoppr-d, and Unit I ITnrls Mut Itr Made
lei Srrnre f iiKoriiilli mid I'iriiiii-
lirnr nt liuproii-iiii tits,
lluslnens men in Ihe citv nre supporting
llio .liiiirttal s position em the stlvot piling
ptoposltlon, ror the n-noii that It Is the
proper thing. It Is the nppll. .1II0I1 of buM
uess principle to the Imptovi inenls of the
city. It loiitetnplales iippllcnlloii of the
wisdom of olhi r cities nrter Jenrs of ex
perience and Ihe expetidltute or I trge sums
of cash The business man Is quick to
bain from the experience of other purtlos,
l profit from what he Itiav be able to
Kiithtr from the sum or hutniii wisdom on
nnj subjeet In wbli h he may be interested.
Auj proposition which promises moie
nnd better peimnnent lmirovemeuln nml
Viilne ror the same outliy of tush ought
to commend ltelf to the wisdom of iiny
limn, ntiel that Is Just what the .lomnal's
proostion and suggestions 011 the stieet
piling plan piomlsis
ilt J II North, one of the best known
citizens, who has for Jenrs been nt tin
he-oil of one of the greitest bllslncs houses
In the cltj, mid who Is largelj lull reste-d
lu munlelpil matteis ami eltv preispetltj,
was asked jesterdiv for his opinion of the
Journals sUKgesium ami he slid.
"1 nm for city Iniprovemtnls, and tho
plan as proposed tueeisi with 111 npplobi
llon It is a rational ond business like
matter that could produce nothing but
good lesulls if applied It would be a
great thing for the ell) ir we had the
paved tortious all conncitid, so that the
lintirnii ine-nts might be continuous1. That
Milne would be- lucre ised If the Imptove-
ine ins ue-ri- uiiieie 111 a iiuitorm miiiuei.
'It l pre itv tough lor a man wtio lias
home the cost or silent invlng to nnd his
Pirn tntMit 1 ovi 11 il with mud aud trish that
has washed on it from one of the 1 onneet
oel side stu-ets that s unpived It Is a
ilnmiigu Hut he should not have lo beir
This would all be dom awav with IT the
Idea or sjstemalle pivlng hiul been fol
loweel It ought to be adopted III the eltv
ami ullii red to, o that when vie spe-nd
0111 nionev ror the stu-et luiuovemeuts we
mill he able to get the best teults for our
nionev Tli it is the wav 1 look nt It. and
that Is whs 1 am in jmpiilhy with the
Mr. C D Axinnn, of the Golden 13ngle
Clothing Compinv.wliK lias ever bet 11 fore
most In 111 liters of public linpnitniiec, snld
In iiplv to an inquliy concerning his iiosl
tlon on the subjeet
' Public Itnpioioinents s something I
have alwavs thought the protiei tiling for
the eltv nnd foi the Individual 1 am for
ever lllipinveuient tint be netlts the eltl
yen mil that mikes the citv brighter and
mote pleasing In appe trance. We ought
to stop the pitehwork piling of the
streets W Intel ei kind ot pivlng is lint
down should be well dene, and tin re should
lie- some utilfnrmllv oliseived in the streets
Out Investments lu tint line should bo
made lor perinniienev and the best re suits
seemed Anv thing that would isslst in
giving us a better bargain In tint line
ought to be watched for and sullied Good
e litre ns owe It to the citv and to them
selves to keep their propel tv In goo 1
shape ind to assist everv Improvement
tint is to lie of value to the cltj "
EMBALMERS AREJHERE IN FORCE
tin-state lleiirel of I milliners Will Open
tl t our Dais' s, s-inn lu Kansas
( Itv 'lll-llm.
The state boaid of emb iluilng e iniiners
will open a four divs' examination In Kan
sas Citv to-cl.iv and embilniers fiom ill of
the towns III the iioithern pirt of the stite
me gatliuliig to piitleipite The bond,
wbli li consists of John W Wagner Kan
sas Citv. G II lllikninn Hutler, M II
Alexander St. Louis I C Hermes, Neo
sho and llojte lliiuiphrev, or Liiiur, his
all e ul hi Id ex iinln Uions In St Louis and
Springfield, md will go to Mobeili lfti r
It llnlslns Inn This will give all of the
emlnliners ill the state an oppoi tiinlly to
sceiiie 1 lie "Use to pi utile .nib liming he
roic tin new emb liming law goes Into tr
f 1 1. vv tilth will in- 011 Siptembit 1.
I'I'III.IC I. Illlt till Hills OI'I.MID.
Contrails Will I'rol.ililv lie Aiinrilril nta
VI. etlllR In Itn II. lit Io-lilgllt.
Thlitv-slx bids roi work on the new pub
lic lllnarv were opened at the spei I tl
meeting of the bo inl of education jestei
daj nfteinoon. No contracts wete award
ed because the entire time was tikin up
with listing tlio specimens nnd discussing
the materials with the are hlteeth An
oihei meeting has been 1 illnl tor to-nlg'it
Ml of the boird wen- pi 1 he lit There weio
man bills on the entire siiperstiuc tun ,
ar 1 a number on the m.iterlils to lie used
'llio bond Is undeeiileil whether to si li 1 1
limestone or vt mite foi the superstrui
tuie, the lelulve 1 ost be inj the pilmlpil
cause for illseiishlnn Hlds on I'e xns and
1 1 iiuiiit gianite, Phoe ulx, Cirtliage, Hul
foiel ind Neosho llnustoiie nnd Matiens
butg bindstoue weie subuiltied. It is
pint, ible that some v.uiety of limestone
Will bi selected
In addition, there were bids em brlek
woik. plastering, stiiietui.il Iron, wood
woik painting, glaring, marble foi the
wainscoting. Moors and columns, steam
hiatlng plumbing, elettrii wiling, art
glass, and hanlwaie
In I'oss. -dnn of Cr.-illtors.
The Honlen .V.- Swejilngeli Iron and
Steel 111 tn whose til ite of business Is hi.
eated at No 211-r JI 1I11 street, f died este.
da) The fori-closuie' was mule under
mortgage deeds amounting to $l.'i!ii7 It held
bv the Pint National li ink and imlltots III
virions paits of the Pnlted Stales The
(list mortgige vv.as in fevor nf tin bank
an I Hugeii.- M D. Cllv in, the iiwint of tin
building In which the stole win lot ate.l
The init dm Mr Calvin amounted to J.M
nil th" bmk's claim was f,'M 'I lie out
side eii'illtoia ale
The lilobo lion and Itoollng Cotrit
gatlng Company, Cincinnati, O, J.'.'l'wi.
Plddoi k-lluwh) lion Camp in) St Louis,
$1 11V 7i, C niton Steel Itoollng Coinpin),
Cint O., Jl 107; II. P Watson ,x Co, file.
Pi, Jl.lvlJI. Ilostwlek Stuel Lithe Comp 1
nv, Nlles (i, l.l0o5t. etna Stand ird
Sti.l ind Iron Comp my, Hiidgeport, tl,
i7i. eeo Itcnrci- Miinut icturliig Comp un
c niton, l m9U7, Illinois Itoollng and
Supply Coinpin), Chicago, $3ci, C.ulilght
Ic t il Itoollng Company, I'liihub Iphli,
111 ll,, Cltik, Queen ,x Morse Peoria, 111,
JMS 10, Hveiett C)ile Compaii). Hvere'lt,
Mass, Jt-jO. Will lie H mil, Id Co Pitts
burg Pa , SU7.71. O'N'e 11 Lumber Coinpin),
St Louis, Mo, 13130, High' Iron und Steel
Company, Ironton, o, .'i7;
'ihe numbeis of the llrm are James H
Swc.irlnRen and A A Harden .Mr Sweat-
Ingen coiuliu ted the business In Kansas
City and .Mr Honlen hid ehuge ot a
branch house In St Louis The asseu or
Hie tlun ato not et known, but It Is
thought they will amount lo more than the
A liratid Army I iilrrtalniueiit,
Professor nnd .Mrs- Meeko will givo a
eliam.itlo entei nliunont, consisting of re
citals, and impersonations, at (Irand Army
hall. No, 10b! (liaiul avinue, next Tuisliy
evening, August il. The proceeds will bo
devoteeli to the (Irand Army of the ltopnh
lie and Sons of Veterans' relief fund. P10
11 i-sor and Mrs Meeko bear a high reputa
tion iiv enti 1 miners Tickets inuy ho nb
talned of c. A Day nt tlio Union padllo
t Inrgid With Ac mils.
A w.ut.int has been Issued lu luslb-e
Sliites' cnuit for tlio nrr.st of II. 1) Hrown
Htiiitn at the Imposition i.uk ini-ib. foi
ullegid assault uiion I're-d Whlliock. a
Joe ke) It is 1 barged that Hrown assaulted
Whit lock while a miu was In 1111 nutation,
t' II Leigh, another Jocke), has also
caused the niii'bt of It .M Hleiwu, a hinth
er ot II I). Hiovvii, ciiaiglug him witli as
sault. Tlio cabc-j will bo heaid Wcdncs.
Vllttbell County Will il "lr."
Topeka, Kas.. Aug S4 -(Special) W J
Slurgls, of Helolt, was to-day appointed
assistant uttornt) general for .Mitchell
county, to pruse'iuto violators of tlio jno
hlbltoiy law. It Is said that the county
attorney Is ngttenble to this proteinic,
und will work with the new olllclal to
mako Jlltchell county so "dr)" that the
frogs can't croak.
Can 'Ibis Ho In tllehlta?
Topeka, Kas , Aug. 20. (Special.) Tho
attorney general has received a report
fiom Wichita which Indicates that on Mon
day a Jolntkeeper named Ounklu was con
victed on thiee counts, lined Mm) aud sent
to Jail fgr ninety du)S,
When )on suffer from iltk beuilncho, diz
zlness, coustlpatlon, eta, re-iueaiber Carter's
l.lttla Liver 1'IiU will rullovo you. OaovlllU
Cheap rates to at. Louis. Chicago, New
Yoik, Hoston unci other Hastcrn cities tt
AiubV tlcint eUl;.. XtCi Uala vcau.
PATENT MEDICINE PRICES CUT.
Inn llinitr llnie W llhilrliin I rum the
I'lmtmari nib il Assorliitlon ami
s irti d 11 War.
f.11 t r 1 k two nrs tttn of the !
partineni 1 ,u-,n ot the e Ity have- hnnelb I
pa tut tn. e, hip whlth were illtirsis. ,1 .1
ill n nit ptbe Thnt Met has caused si 11
ntitio) in 1 to the drug trivle of the -He
1 litre or the drug bouses of the eltv bnv.
cut pib.s and nre now competing for tin
trade ugilnst the department house s nt tin
cut pi be- The rut mnde I about 20 r 1
cent, V hi ilng sntnetthnt above and below
that flgtue It him w far rxtende'il onli to
patent pt, p nations, but II Is ihnrgid Hut
It mnv extetiel to nrraerliitlonii
There m. 111 mml ilrugglsls in tho two
Kansas cityi. who have Im-n members or
tin PliartnnriJutical Asnocintlon, organ
l?ed under the state association. Two or
the mi tubers have withilrnwn, fVltlillv
tiros and A nhtur. Thev diet so s.
that the) might lie able let make the cut
prh e Tin orgnnltatlon Is nsnlnst 1 ut
prleis on the ground that the drtiKKist
shoulil use the lMst of innti-rlnls In his
woik nnd sell mil) fresh goods, nnd In
order to elo thai be must maintain n pile.
Hint oiutbhs hint to suppl) Hint grade 01
goods The business Is In sfcBed with s He
men for inferior grades and similar pin
nriillons that ate sold nt low pipes i,
Home pliiees It Is ohntged that these mr
lol goods ale usiil The association ol
jei is in aiivining or tnnt kiihi
Hislertt cities have experlenied etriic
gists' wars lu which irli 1 s went gllmine 1
Im St Louis bun rue till) passed through
Miinelhliig of thnt kind The ltivnrlabl
result has been, so the msoi liltlon nun
i-lillu, Hint liuiliv dingglsts have railed and
111I11 fins insult! d It has prodii id a k "
eral ileiuoiiillnllnn or business with im
gooel 11 suits to uiivotie
'Ihe associations both local and state
have berome so de te imlned to slop 1I11
siileldnl eontrst Hint thev ban- seeuie 1
fiom w hob salers nnd Jobbers ptomises 1 et
to supplv the nit rate housi s with goo I
It Is aserted that the whole s ib rs or this
eltv will observe this agreement mil -II
no goods to the 1 ut rate druggists 1 1 sie 1
III a deleRitloii or diugglsts rtnm tin
eltv visited Ihe ileal, rs or St Louis mil
last evening a ell-put. h from tin re stat I
that no goods We-ie to be sob! to I In cut
late men, or to the dinarttueiit housi s
A lending asris'latlnu elrugulst of tin nv
stilted Inst eve llltlg 111 ll till le was no ge el
reason lot a nit on tin prh 1 s of pit. at
pt. pitntlnus Thev vv.ie sold nt w hoi
sale at the s imo prices ns or fninur ve ir
and the prollt hid not be 1 n unte isoimbl.
The iismoi Imlon membiis atpenr to be
distiiibeil hut little ovei the matter, oiol
exptess no rents of bilious cousciiucuc is
to the tlilcb-
foiiiul br 1111 HUber Asl.rp 1'iiou tli
I. Ine lrii.U at 'I wi ntv-tlrst mid
I o. list str. rts.
Haves, itgeil 10 )ears, I'ddle
nged IJ ve.its, nnd frink
!l veniis old, wete vesliidav
.ifti'ilinnn foutiil at Tvvetil v-lltst nnd
Locust vtieets. lving on the track of the
Helt Line i.illwny, by Olllce p C.ielle.
nn lltst view the olllcer thought the
liovs de.iil, but he, upon close Inspec
tion, foiiiul that they weie Intoxicated
Thev weie so ill utile thnt then could not
vvnlk or talk (llllcer flnelle s nt In a
o ill fin- the pallid waguu, nml the b.evs
wi'ie tuken to the Ce11tl.1l police sia
tlon whi'ie they weie given ineillcal
ttiiituient Thev weie able to be taken
to their homos bv tin it- pincuts, after ,1
two hours' detentiiiii at the station
Hildle Cl.n kin. who Is 11 son or M
finikin, foi em in at No tl engine house
stated thnt he ami his companions lunl
elrauk ne.iily.a intuit lee.ttle of whlskv
None of the bnvs would tell whete tin V
had obtained their supplv
FOLLOWED MANY MILES.
A Prisoner Who I'se ipeil I roin .lilt
louii Arrest. .1 In (.oiernin. ill 4MII
eers In Itat.s (emnlc. Vto.
" liter C.ifc is In the county J11II, and
this morning will line n Inuring before
Commission! r l'tnbodi lie was arresti.l
Moud i) evening in Piles 1 aunty oil the
charge of being a fugitive from Justi
Ile Is from Avoin. la , and Is an. escaped
pilsoner who was sent to Jill for t. n
months nnd lined Jr-n for vlolitlnns of m
Intel 11. il revenue I ins He wis nm t I
by Di'putv Marshal W Hi. Inn W of
Iowa mil Hnrrv Ad mis H, w is f I
lowcel b) Hlchaids from low 1 in I trek. 1
li) the red lover on his wacon uenl b.
trilled It off, and then feilloweel lev tli
de-si rlptlon of the live houn Is thai
Wltll IMS W.lgOII .lllelg
I'lltkel Will I
asktd for his remo il
iiiti: IN A IIW I I.I IS(,
It AVits s.eiirl Itnrin il llowii Itefore tlle
I Irein. 11 I ould 1 rile
The two-stnty In UK h mie- of T C
Mi Conibet, at No .Ijux Mie Iiil. 111 iv nu
wan nluinst destteed bv lin e-i uliv
afternoon. A piompt alum wis jiveti
to the 111 o cleiiai tine nt when tin Mi,
WHS lllSCliycteel, but elWlllg In tin e)s-
tanco of the house from .1 In st hi n
it was nenily linlf nn liniii 1 1 n the
ilepai tiiient t-oulil ffet thin He 1 i its
nnlv.il tho blaze had giim I 1 11 inch
headway lo vneck tin h ms, Tin
oilgln of' the Hie Is unkiieiwn 'I'b- 1 ss
to the building nnd coiile uts is e-stini n 1
Ihe r.ith. r Is III.
Jesse Carney, the 0-)i.at-oll in of t ,m
uel Cain.v. n cook, was e - 1 ' i r ik, 1
to the ollle e of tin Hum in s. 1 1, i l
M'rs Tuniner, of No 1117 I11-1 Mn t- in 11
street Since Inl) tin- bin In I. in I 111 '
lug ut Mrs, Tunum's limn Vb mt tw ,
weeks ago hi" father pill li 10 1 u 1
and up to this ninriiiug h nl n 1 sun - b - n
seen .Mis. Tuuuu-1 win .ch ill licit vi
Carney bail deseitnl lib - m in I - 1
tot minn! to nsk ihe alvii. 0 tin ei 1 u
as to what hid best b. ,loi . with th b e
Hum ine Ollleer Micllcul. wis I, 1 1 . on
the 1 ise, mid sin 1 e. .1. I v. -1 1 I i in 1 11 '
lug .Mr Cm ut) at No -ell l.i 1 mxiIi
stieet, whc-ie lp was 1) lug III
s..i ( h 11 ge .if I r mil Wus II id.-.
Tn aceonlinee with tin renin t e-f
Western Hay and (li iln I'mninm tie
lowing stati ment is publish, I
'in lenoitlng In voui 1 11. 1 of r
elite a suit which w hiouhlit 1 cm '
Messrs il inn .v. Crl-iile lohn i.linu m
and John Clynn .Ir, nm hn uiuin ml 1
allv done the i-e fnrtie- in tiiiu-ti . ' l
making It appear th it iln-i piit.shel li
tentionally elefi.iinliil us In w Iclm w h li
was not the c im- We d -lie t pi 1 , th
gentlemen In n propm llglit, in 1 It ion u
klncllv m ike tint correct! n put will (,1
ly oblige Vouis trulv,
"WHSTKHN II.VV AND OH UN CO"
11 irrlngx I le. n Icsueil.
The following toupbs weio leenei
Joseph C. Kelly, Jackson county
tb'rtruele .M .M)cis, J u l,s,,n intuit)
.lohn K Hi iil . Jr. Kankakee inuui)
little ! M.DIbld, Jni kson e utility .
William Hinds, Kansas City
Ada .Mobile us, Kansas fit)
Thorn 1H C Me Cormack Lain-as fit)
Joseph C.iltilglit, Kansas I'll . ..
llentlls III portl ll
Tie following deaths w.r
the boird of health )esteila
lle-rniein, llnill, ."c )e.ns, t-c'l I
teeuth stu-et. Acikiist IJ. he at t
null it m Himooci ii nu tci)
IJgclluevei Citlnilne, ; send, Trtenti
nliith mil ijiiuiiiilt, August i'l. in IIki siiein
Initial In Ht 1'cterund I'liil's eeimttr)
Howk.i. Seth licin: Si. )ears, ITU W'eol
lind avenue, Augiut b, p)nemli; liuiiil
in i'nlon cnnetc-iy
IMgeil). Siniiie-I IL; li )t.u. !.'. Wu'h
Inglou, August i'l, Hright' dlsi.ue, buiiil
In 1'orest Hill te meter)
Spring r Vera V , i )euriii 13IS Hast
Hlghtienth sue. t. ugiiiit .11. spinal men
ingitis, burial lu Li C)gue Kas
Illrths Ite porn. I.
Tho following births were reported by
the boird ot health visterda.v:
Hlake, I'atrle k and Jlngsle; boy; 270J Hol
ly strict; Augiinl 19
Hrown, Hair) and Charlotte; girl; l.'lj
Haltlmore; August H
Heluhanlt. I'l.iuk J and rreelerlca C ;
bo); 1113 Holmes. August 15. '
lllllldblg I'itioIU Issue-el,
J. n. Thomas, Np. Mil Summit street:
(leirno reldcntii; to cost SI.ujl).
J. Y. Tlioinas, No. WIT Summit street;
frame residence; to tost Sl.OoU.
Hruening Hios, Nu. li.'l (iiand avenue;
brick bulni!s, to tost (2 0ie0
Jlrn. Whitlow's SjooruiNO Svuue for thll
dren teething, softens theguuis, reducosiuilam.
iulloa ulUvsiulu. curt-j wluacullu "3Ci bollU
nt i -it- Kl
Grand Salvation Army
iy, An?, 'il, o Sunday, Sep.
Big Brass Band!
Fine String Band.
Mil tings 1 rh snudiiy nt II 1. in., tl p. 111.1
II 11 in
Week tills llt 't p, lit 1111.I p In.
Admission, 111 t ent t lillclr. o, 1 t enl.
C'CI5A,J.,JJis nm si,
I'l I 111 -tl I
II I Sol
W 1 1 ' I t 1 r If.
SOWINO lllli WIM)
St .1 nt I x till
t leiti. lit It llnbrld;e-' to.
In 1 is llMt Atuerlci i 1 ay.
lly Aligiutu TUotins.
WxtwesU Itoire-rv (,lrl.
I'tii't 1 lie
VI I IM I
I lit ItslHV.
s Mi ,
Vt in si
'.!.-, I II.
Op. r 1 House.
Afternoon and Evening.
(In iti'M I.uilv Cnriu INt In tlin u nrltl
1 .. sr v 1:1:1c or
'. i ut, Ki i ttf t s at All
r Mh, Mt JlH 1 inN.
Air 1,1 im truth ir fnu iiilnuh .
KANSAS CITY vs, MINNEAPOLIS,
TO-DA V AM) TO-MOISKOW.
Ihii 1, line s lo-. In, I'lrst toillln t illtrit at
'J ll'e loe le.
KANSAS CITY JOCKEY CLUB.
FIVE OR MOREJACES DAILY.
ArlmlRilon 50 C"iits '.nillns Froo
Is nu nbsoltito neiessity ot llio n fined toilet
in tills cliiuilu l'ouoNi'H Lonibincs every
cltfttutot beaut) 'ind purity
i'tiotogratiliod I rom Life.
row 1 iti tit.
1 lit 11 iti vit in,
"Dr. OeLap's Hew Life Pills."
Produces the above result tn J) DAYS
NO LONGHH' It nets powerfully
and qui. kl) lured others, will .ore
)ou 011ng men will regain th. tr Iu3
funiihooei and obi men will re- over
tlulr )oiitlifiil vigor It iiulck!) ant
liosttlvcl) ciiru NHIlVol'siM hS
e 1 used from txnss, use of itt 1 c,
or otlier btimuleints Itestorca I e -jt
ItiWIUI ond VITALITY1 1MIO
THNCY. NIOHTLY HMIS.-si SS
CAILINC, MH.MnilV. WASl'INe, I is
HAbHS and ALL rfeets of te It ,t . u
ur ticoid nnd ludise rction wilt h 11 .
tits one for ui.irri.ige, luisii .r
stud It not colli) cures b) t ultmc
Ut tllej Seilt of tile iIIm ISC U 11 C If s
gnat NI'ltVH 'IONIC and HI i n -I
I'l'UIPII'.lt. It brings hack th 1 I Mi
C.I ev iej PALH I'llllllKS ui 1 re
steles thu riltlJ III' YiH'TH i
on )inir druggist giving jon Tl
LAI'S no other Its e epi.il, us I
Li prepared from ttie prescription ,f r-'t
1.1, le.ll, toe' Kli'Ul I nil' ll i I 1
chin who has had thirty ir
prae tire, tiosi Hal and ollle h, In I ro
on Nervous PUcnses Can lie e nre 1
In vist o kit s, nt liv mall t. nled
posing, rul, Jl "o package er SIX
i'iKii:s rou j. on winr
Willi lUt-. C.HAHVNirn Tt. lust
I1M1IY CUllb Oil Hill'UND 1HH
1'or ijuId by
JOHNSON BROS, .Druggists,
Il lll.ll I ll), Ifo.
i lililirelet'a 1 eifll.h lllaiueen I Urun I.
T.--c Orlgliiielsiiitlliilj Lt eiulnr A
-efK HAfL lwj r IHblt mum. !! A.
IITUffi.l f.r CJl Hf.lffl """fO
ere n eilreiu i to Kretan-li. (.Ilte7
liwifft ..ftle-lsklel Jt el' ' ii late'
I i c 4 meisr i
. it.igi , li r iftl
"Itrlkf fiep I .llt."
It rt turn
Mall lli.lMMi l eielel V -fl ; j r
liivitctii I'liUsil.i, t'fc.
Ill1; fl in a n up Unnntis
rt me ly ( ,r I, i nti ne,
Lie el sjeo tin let. rrliei n,
W tilt mill ilci rl iIim.
ct,urte s, e,r tlli lull I etc
tf ii. irritau ii ir ul rt
runtLit hwim, i u f mucin, mini
rttcEllHSCitluritCii trim uu attntn it
er i ut tn ileiii ttrtrf" r.
by exrievi. I rs t ii 1 fir
1 (ii, i r i ioitl 'T .
Clle.ul,ll" uellt ll teejui.t
( HI. I. IHI I) W II II A .tl VII W tt.ON,
I. ('. Hint ur Injured While Hiding u III
l)clo em Hliioil iliue,
T P (linear, whusn homo Is at N-.
7t)S Cun 11 avenue, Kansas Clt), Ki ,
was tldliii,- ,i bicycle aloni; Union ave im
yestutilay ufternooti, when he colli b it
with a riittuil States in. ill vvuroii 11
wits thtovvn to tho Kroutnl, aud Ids right
knee and he vvero severely bruised, llli
bic)clc was .i tot.il wreck.
New I oiiiiiit.Ioii Coinpin).
Aitlelts of incorporation ut tho Drover
Commission Ceinu.au wire tiled In tho
county rccoider's otncu esterday, Tho
company U orguuizeil with a capital atoe'e
of $..0110, divided into iX nhurcs, with a.
par value ot tlu) each. Tho Incorporator
und tho amount ot stock owned by each
.ire: A. T. Jlustion, 0) shares; J, W". T.
tlray. I nil ire; n. 1' Abbott. 1 share; t!.
W. Claw son. US stuns, and J. V, Jie
Murray, 54 slurits.
t I 107 Villi!! Street
I to XS&kL
. i i rtiii
MMtir. I to j liri w
t 1 MCiUY Dot U iliitivi.
- K 1LbA1A f li" kLin n iTfrSI