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. H1K KANSAS CITY JOUftN VL. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 21 , 1805.
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SECURED THE ROAD.
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Ilt'N 1( MtlOltl.MlM'Olll, t.A.
THEIR MISSION SUCCESSFUL,
VISItt.N'll III MNII'.S .MILS M.UUtA HISAI.
wuii nil: ii.mi.w.w itn in.w.s
I ti 1 1; i i ( 'trtnit.ir ir'.iwt Is Iteglmtlne In
lli limit, unit Is Will llllllli-il .llimtlR
tliti lllllcriiil t.lnes-l hi, "Kiily"
( :inifl ii t.c.i.e,
Mf, It. T. rule, of Rhm-etmrl. t.s., nrnl
3, L Nrtol, V. II. H. I'mmiis nnil K. ''.
i;iirlHtnon. of .WmNnporl, I., hn
llftv hft In th rlty since Sun-lay innttilnft
ronrcrnni wim in rtleer of the iMtu
lmff tlitlf tnl, left ll evr-ninn; for
their horn. Thj mrflorl with ttiem nil
nfrrmnt from the romtmny to run It
M thrmiuh Mooflnport, in rf hnno for
n mitwUintlnl fontMiierntion, which they
nw empowfrc't to tnak ftnI huh wn
tnade to ttu tlftictlon of the rrrnirmny.
Thy rum lt Iho rlty for the )mrpnM or
iM-tiHttft ttii" fond itttil Wrr.. i-mtiowiTC'l to
tnnke Ihc offer thnt wmilc. ntil whirh
was ticci'iite't. Tho mutter im mutually
mtliifitetor.v anil In rertnln lo iciloiiml to
1hi lnmrflt of nil ronrernril,
The ctty or MoortnRt'ort l looatnl twen
ty Will- north of Shffvppott ntul fifty miles
from Texnrkntia. It In on a lileh bluff ntnl
li lively hiiFini-m iiolnt, nirrminil'il by
fplcnllrt country. Tho imp of tho rami, n
urn-eyed at llrst, wan to run tlirec-fotirtlis
of a mil onm of iho city. The llntanre
Would have amoiinti"i to nothing, only thnt
there sriw an arm of tho bay Iwlwi-on the
elty fltiri whore the deint wn to tip, and It
miide the tlltttiinrp, it It wnnM have to bo
traveled, from throe to nix miles, in-rordltiK
to the finite of tho water in Iho buy. Tlio
onmneer recently wont over the route nRiiin
ami was tllniirnolnte',l nt thesfcltiititlon, and
ran llhe tliraiiKh tho i-lty. Thnt w en
rournKed tho i-ttlstens that they determined
to have tho matter miI oil nsaln and the
iloloKatlnn wad appointed to oomo to tho
city and goo .Mr. .Martin and Mr. .Stlllwoii
nnd try to lmv tho ohiumo made.
They offered a liotiu of JS." cnMi and
ft. half Interoitt In tho plat of an addition
to the elty, thnt lies near tho depot and
n.kWR the lino of tho road. Thin wan
enough for terminals and tracks and yards.
On the report of the engineer the oifrr was
accented and u detJt l to be built in the
iMnorlnstnport has llvoil for many years
without a railroad and ha? prospered, oven
Under that dlsadvantago, but It experts to
do urcat things In tho future, when U Kts
thnt railroad. It will then be In direct
connection with every portion of the coun
try. Shreveport It a sreat distributing
jMjInt and by Kettlnc Into that city the
jiople of Moorlnfisport will have Rrently
impiyvcd " business facilities. The citizen'
Were greatly Interested In the project utid
th cowmlttee was Instructed to pot the
road If possible, and the liberal offer was
bHsed on the desire to at once .haw the
While in the elty (he soiillemen went
throiiKh Armour's paeklnc house and saw
now twenty acres 01 uoor space was um
J?.ed In the liandlinK of the itroat amounts
of live stock and meats each day, Willi over
S.oOO people pmiiloyed. The vWlt was very
Interesting to them and they wore sur
prised at the magnitude of the plant. They
also Inspected the stools yards yesterday
nnd wore delighted at what they saw theie.
They had never thought of the great ex
tent of territory that was comprehended In
the fhlpments that reach the yard here,
nnd could not hide their surprise over the
fact that shipments from t'tah. Oregon.
Wyoming. Colorado. Nebraska, New .Mex
ico, Texas and other portions of I he Kouth
west all meet at this market. Thy antic
ipate sreat benefits from the' market of
this city as soon as the line runs to their
city. The hundreds of market wagons
that tire lined up around the curb at the
market square was a revelation to them.
'Mr. Crooms, who Is postmaster at Moor
lllgsport, was enthusiastic In his praise of
Kansas City and delighted over Its great
Interests. Ho talked of the matter yester
day and said:
We have hoard all our lives of Kansas
City nnd her spirit of enterprise, but wo
never dreamed of what a great city she
was until we came and saw It. We have
heard also of the great packing houses
hero, but we never hail a conception of
"What vast enterprises they were until we
went through them and saw what they
were doing and how easily they did the
Work. We were Interested and delighted
nt the sights of the place, and even in the
short visit made, we found a great deal to
inspect and study.
"We wunted to spend a half dav at the
stock yards and see how the business there
was done, but other matters pressed us
for time and we bail but si couple of hours
to see It. Wo never ureunioif the yaids
wore as laree or that i-o much business
was done In the city. The arrangement
of the yards delighted us and tho methods
of business are such as to Interest anyone.
The fact was Impressed upon our minds
that with the railroad open from our pluce
liere we will always have a market for
our stock. That is to be u. big advantage
for us, for e have as yet but a limited
market, and when that Is glutted, as s
Often the case, we must either sacrifice
ur hogs at a nominal price or keen them,
With Hie railroad we can spud them to
tho city and set u. good price for them all
"One of the most Interesting things we
paw here, though, wus the large number
of market wagons on the spuare each
evening for mornlnff market, ft beats the
big market ot Sew Orleans, and we have
always thought It u.ig a great market,
as It really Is. One feature attracted our
attention. We were wondering where the
people found n market for such quantities
of produce each dy, but after we went
through the packing houses and saw what
great armies of people there were em
ployed In them we could easily sec that
the city had plenty of cttlstens to eat ull
we saw each morning on the market.
"We took one long Hue over the elty
nnd we were well pleased with the large
number of line dwellings we saw. The
residences out in the suburbs of the city
appear to be very substantial and elegant,
and are uttrivtive, and speak well for the
citUens. There are many streets being Im
proved also, and that shows a progressive
spirit that Is pleasing to visitor". It shows
that the people here are not suffering
from the hard Urn's enough to allow It to
interfere with public matters. That U
different from many cities.
"Wo have a line country down there for
fruit, and grow enormous rmantltleb of It
and tve will grow much more as soon as we
have such a market as the railway will
open for us. We can put our fruit In the
city here thirty days prior to .my that Is
grown here. It will be matured and ripe,
not picked and allowed tu wilt nnd ripen
prematurely, The direct line of road will
enable us to make the shipments on such
short time we can give Kansas City the
advantage of our splendid climate and fruit
early, ffe believe that Is something Hie
people hero will appro, late, and they will
Dhow It by usiiiB our fruit. Then we can
tle quantities nf goods and products made
and sent out trom ihl- city, and In that
manner work tin an interchange of com
modities that will b lo the great benelit
of all concerned.
"Mr. Murtln and Mr. stllwoll hne
shown us many fa vol's . lining our stay,
and have shown an Inter .-t ,u the country
through whleh their l:n. miw that I- ap
preciated and ha.- inn le tin In m.iin friends
down th.-i, Ii i- in ii lie i a. such
jndutriiiii He 'i ii ' lii mown -n mil -h
Highest HonorsWorld's Fair,
MOST PfcRFECT MADE.
pure Grape Cream of Tartar J'owdcr. Free
win Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant,
40 Y5ARS THE STANDARD.
;- f Hi r. li it n wrtr to U i im
Itn. t N in i
. .1. 1IUI Promoted In (lcucr.it SiiprHn
litidriit nt Iho Cullro ltcin, In Plato
of ( li.ltle tllllil.tp. tlrri':ieil,
W. ,f. Allen. nltanl scneral man. cr
.' tin Itor k Mand. h sent out n tin nl.i
.luniiiim inn tho appointment of A. .1. H. 't
n pencr.il puis rlntondent of the II'- k
Island system, vltc Charlr Hunlap, d"
i easel. Mr. Hltt has bM1 (MWrMttnt Ren
em! siipprlrrlemlcnt of llh wwt of the
Mlsmiri river, and W. II. Btlllwell. for.
merle superintendent nf the town dUHmi.
1is he'n titiimnt.il to Sir. Hill's Place.
II. I'oi has been made siiierlntendont of
tho town division, '. W. Jones snporih
tohdi nt nf tho HoiithWoalern divllin. nt
llorlngtnn, Kas.. and A. W. Kelso, snvr
tntondont of the lowji division, with hmd
ijitsrtors nt Pes ,Moin.
The prnmltlnn "f Mr. fllllwoll to the
posltloh of eemr.il superintendent is pnr
tlciilarlv granting to the other repr
unuitivoK of Hie run, I, for he Is abundant
ly qualified and petsoiially popular.
"KATY" WILLJUJN THE LINE,
le.ienf Iho lilt Ulou I'roiii Piiul.i In Hidden
In lite .Mlxotirl P.iillle Ha Hem
rVdrtlln. Mo. , An. 2 -fSpeclal.) The
Mlsonri, Kansas Texas has canceled Us
lease of Hm tiuage division, from l'anl.'i,
Kas., to Itnlden. Mo, to iho Missouri I'.i
olllc, nn.l Iho lallir rn.id has agreed to
surrender the forty-live miles of load nn
September 1. arier whl. Ii date ii will be
come n part of the Kansas I'lly division nf
HNHHIts MIMPl.Alt 'I ICAVr.l, llll.WV.
It Is Iteglltolllg III lolo I'rrelr ullll Ap
pears lo He Pretty Well Hlilded Pp.
('hlcago, Aug. 10,-Tho business nf tho
Knights Templar nut. Itivo nt Hoslnn has
begun to move ipiiie freely. It protnlsos
lo bo larger than many of the roads ex
pected, some of (hem snylng that they
have bad more, to do than In 1W, when
the conclave was held In liotivor. The
business seems to be about equally divided
ill" among the Western roads, and eonso.
fluently there docs not scorn to bo any
trouble blowing In regard lo It nmniiR
llieni. Tho only danger they fear is In
connection with tho return portion nf the
tickets. The abandonment of all reslrlc
tlons In Kastern territory makes them fear
they will be unable to keep the market
front becoming slocked up with the re
turn portions or these tickets, and that
demoralization will bo the result,
A meeting of the Chicago committor of
the Central Tralllc Association was hold
hero to-diiy for the piirpnst of roclieckllig
rates fiotn Chicago to Central tralllc
Points. The changes made were of nn un
Central Tralllc Association roads have
agreed to take Up the consldeidtlon of
harvest excursions lo Western territory at
a special meeting, to bo held Thursday of
this week. There Is practically no doubt
that they will. Join with the Western roads
In running the excursions. If left to them
selves, some of the roads would refuse In
a decided manner to run them, but It Is
believed that the force of competition will
compel them lo go in with the others.
Herluced rates for l.nbor day celebrations
have been asked of Iho Western roads. It
has been suggested that a rate of one nnd
one-third fate for the round trip should
be made on that dav between all points
within -ii miles of each other. A vote, Is
now being taken on the proposition,
Memphis Komi's CarnUal Week Ibites,
,T. U. I.ockwood. general passenger agent
of the Memphis, has untitled Commissioner
Vaul.'indlngliam, of the Kansas City Trans.
DOrtatlon bureau, that his Hue will tnnke
a rate of one fare lor tho round trip on
all points between Kansas city and .Matn
motn Springs, Aik., for carnival week.
A still belief rate will bo made from
rtprlnslleld and Intermediate points for
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, tick
ets good to return only on days of sale.
Trains Uctiijcd liv Washouts.
Several trains were Into in urrlvlng nt
the 1'nlon depot yesterday because of
washouts on their respective lines. The
morning ISoek Island from the West, due
at S o'clock, did not arrive until II, ami
the Missouri Pacific from the South, as
well as the afternoon train from the West,
were also from two to three hours behind
the schedule. Severe rains In Kansas and
Western Missouri make travel slow.
President Hill .tinting Vecrelly.
St. Paul. Minn., Aug. 20. It has Just boon
discovered here that President J. J. Hill,
of the (treat Northern, left town verv
Uiiietly last Saturday night, In company
with Crawford Livingston. .No doubt Is
entertained here that the visit has some
thing to do with the Northern Pacific re
organization deal, and the secrecy with
which Mr. III11 veiled his departure adds
interest to his movements.
K. S. Washburn, general tralllc man
ager of the Memphis, left for Chicago last
J, J. Fletcher, general freight agent of
the Memphis, accompanied by Mrs. Kletch
er, left last evening for :i three weeks'
visit to Hoston and the White mountains
of New Hampshire.
NO WEDDING CELEBRATIONS,
Clayton lllllliel Alleges lh.it Ills Wife lias
lleen III-. Hid J .lealoas Mine 'I heir
.Marriage In I HP','.
Clayton Immel has filed a petition In the
circuit court, nsking that the bonds which
bind him to Rusun Immel be severed. Ac
cording to the petition, Mrs. immel has
been Insanely Jealous ever since the couple
married iu Topeka on February Ml, 1S9:!,
There have been no wedding celebrations
since on account of the date, and ills.
Immel has kept a close wutoh on her hus
band, to see that he did not convey his
ulfectlons to someone else befoie that event
occutred at least once. Mr. Immel suys
his wife watched him closely at all times,
and even went so far as lo go to the store
III which he worked, there to sit and take
notes upon his actions toward female cus
tomers. Another claim Is that the wife
would insist u pon riding 'with him in the
delivery wagon whenever he left tjie store
with orders. Another time, so tho story
goes, Mrs. Immel attempted to commit su
icide because she thought he had been
Hilling with some one. These and other
things, Mr, Immel claims, mude his life
odious and he was forced to leave her nine
I). M'lllou Alleged,
Nannie Furling claims that her husband,
John II. Failing, to whom she was. mar
ried on July IM, 1SS!, deserted her on Au
gust 10, 1SI, taking with him $200 worth of
property which belongs to her. She has
applied to the circuit court tor her $200
and a divorce.
Mary J. Stinnett has also applied to the
circuit court tor a divorce from her hus
band, Oeorge c. Stinnett, because he de
serted her uud bus remained away for ovor
New Milts Piled,
SltStfi. Mary J. Stinnett vs, George C.
ai'. Nannie Furllns vs. John II, Far
.lias. J. Stone Walker vs, James JI.
CAMIIIH A PKAPIHIMINT CIIIXK,
I.oinp llrotiiug Ciiiiip.uly Victimized by a
Miiooth Young .tlitn.
The local olllce of the William .1. I.omp
Hi-owing Company, at Twentieth and Jc
(!ee siteets, cashed a fraudulent cliis-k tor
tun Fild.iy ntti-moon. The olllce had just
op, iu l when a neatly dicsgcd young man,
iiiii.us eo,it and hat, rushed nun the olllce
.ind usked if it would lie possible tot tho
aalii. i- to insh a check lor II, I.. Hruoc,
pi.-i.i. in of the Jirucu Lumber Company.
II, nn! thai Mr, Union was called out of
'I 'i' and Has short of mudy cash and
i ! i.iii tune to wait for Hie rlty hanks m
ii lb as told that Mr. lliuce's check
.11 I . lionoied. The ymiiiK man then
'I. nil!',. Kith till) ktlltCIIICIII lh.it he
1'ili Mr (truce Iu it leu. minulca
"i ii in I and tendeied a chci k lor V
vn on the Missouri National lank,
ithbli put ported In be signed by l;. i(.
The check looked correct, and wus
1 1 I nitlmut tiny hesitation. Saturday
ii - pi. semen to inu nauK anil round to
i iin'.i. The isillcii were notiiicd uf
i i.ii. o, but have bci ii uii.ililc ak yet
., ipMlnnd the fcWludlei. It Has ru-
i' Hi. n u similar check had been
i . - I i. pirn the iluli Clothing Comimny
I il t..iim day. The Hub Clothing Com
i.t'ij dniy that they were victimized and
.-Mini yesterday that no wottliless check
had lieiii given them,
Took Too Miuli Morphine,
l.-isl night Mis. Dora Waste, wife of S
t Waste a iMibcr ut No. 103 Wtst Tblid
iit took an oveidoke of inmplilne to
ulliv pain. A shoit time after Mrs. Was In
swallowed the drug her husband entered
her room nnd found her unconscious. As.
sistaut I'olico Surgeon (,auiloit was sum
moned and succeeded iu reviving her,
TO KEEP ITSELF IN POWER,
tiAMi hi:ti:iim!ni;u hi t.i:r phntikh,
ill-nil; i:i.i:iiiH. nOAitn.
Il Members Said lit Up Prep-irlng An Ad
dress In lliiterunr Mono, Iu hlch
I dry Mill Allege llinl 1 hey
Are Ills friends,
ftovernor Slotie Will hot arrive In K.inn
city until to-morrow morning or evening.
This afternoon ho will nttend nt JcrTomon
City the funeral of Alexander C. Sherwood,
tho state olllelnl Who died in St. I.mtis oil
Monday morning. Up will probably take
the next ttaln for thin city, it Is ex
pected that CotnmlHsIoner Shelley will bo
here by thnt time, and ho and the governor
will doubtless gel together and bate an
If some of the statements m,nl" ;,.Mr.r
day by interested parties are trur, the
(tovernor will have an Inlerrstinc tun .'.ur
in his stay In the city. Atinm.: (' rr
things, It was said thnt the in. n w. b ivc
been waging war upon the gmtinr i.v, r
Chairman Marry K. Hrnwit- .. 'i ilirr
were cngnifed in preparing: a d. um nt itt
bo submitted tn his eiecllctuj, i wn. h
Ihcy will solemnly aver that n I. u
always been Ills most ardent nd i in .. i
most devoted henchmen, and I .is '
hltrl that ihcy are nnl only wiiln. bit
anxious to further whatever int. r -t- ho
may hnvo that need fttrtheilmr in Kan ,is
city nnd Jackson comity. Tins ,n. um- nt
will !' signed, It (it paid, by Hi. Ilfti- n
nntl-Itrnwn and nntl-8tone mntibu-. or tie
licmofiratie county commlttoo.
The nntls are of the opplnion that they
have shown Iho governor that tin t ar.
tunning the Democratic partt of tin ,ty
nnd county, and they are willing' ti hold
out Iho olive branch to him. In tin hope
that they will bo able to Induce lilm o
permit ttioni to dlctnlo the appointments
that ho will soon make in Kansas Ot.
These appointments ore Hie ptcsldent and
one member of the election boat.l and the
coal oil Inspector. Tho antis don't intend
that .Marcy K. llrown shall have any
thing to say about thorn, and If they can
Induce the governor to accept their sug
gestions, I hey will have these olllces tilled
by men who will be In line with them on
of course tho men thnt the anils will
Pick out for appointment upon the election
board may not suit the element of the
people in Kansas Cltv that Is weary of
Bang niolhoils at the imlls nnd desirous of
a change but tho bosses and the Uxors
care nothing for that. They are Iu politics
for what there Is In It for tlior.i, and they
know thai they will got very little proven
der If ohctlons are honestly conducted and
no frauds are perpetrated during and after
111.1 count of the ballots.
A member of the gang told a representa
tive of the Journal Just after the passage
of tho new election law that it did not
cause the members of the gang any uneas
iness. "We will have something to say
about who will be appointed upon the elee.
Hon lioard, and If we get two men on there,
wo will be able to do as much in the fut
ure ns o have done In the past."
Now that they believe they have smashed
flovernor Stones machine In Kansas City,
through the aid of Police Commissioner
Shelley, one of the governor's appointees,
they are convinced that they can dictate
the appointments In this city. Their ener
gies will be specially directed toward fixing
up an election board that will be entirely
satisfactory to themselves. Tliev would
like to prevent the appointment of"ll. Clay
Arnold, tho present recorder of voters, but
they know thnt riovernor Stone will never
consent to throw him overboard, Some of
them are going up ami down the highways
and byways of Iho oily nnd declaring that
they tl be able to control the Kcpublican
member that will be appointed bv Mavor
Davis, and they ar saying that If they
can Induce Uovernor Stone to appoint a
man of their selection as the second Demo
cratic member of the board thev will lie
able to control Its action during- registra
tion and elections.
A well known Democrat said yesterday:
"Uovernor Stone should stand by Marov
K. Itrown. and I believe he will. If any
one will go around among the people who
are fighting Hrown they will soon dtvovor
that they are, with a few exception-, tho
men who have been running gang politics
In Kansas City for years. Among- them are
the attorneys for the Indicted election
crooks. Nobody over heard one of these
men say a word against Marov K. Hrown
until after the forgeries In the olllce of the
recorder of voters were discovered. He
then announced that lie would send every
election crook that he could obtain suf
ficient evidence against to the tieniientlurv.
At thut time ho was a hold-over and ex
pected to remain In the olllce for a vear or
more. Itrown showed that he was In earn
est when he caused Judge WofTord to dis
charge a grand Jury upon which th gang
had three friends. In the meantime Gov
ernor Stone made a number of trips to
Kansas City and consulted with Brown.
Ho also announced that no clTorts would
be snared, vlthi-r by himself or the nrose-
eutlng attorney, to bring the election rob
bers to Justice. It was then that the light
by the gang in Kaunas Cltv began upon
Governor Stone and Marey K. Hrown."
bit Ho Tots on tho Wrung Train.
Harvey and Initio Maynnrd are a couple
of children who are now experiencing:
some of tho trials of travel. They belong
in Hlson, Mont., and' have been vlsltlnu
their grandparents In Garfield, Ark. Iist
Monday morning the children, who are
but S and 0 years of age respectively,
stnrtid on tho long Journey to their Mon
tana home. They changed ears nt .Mo
net te, Mo., and got on the wrong train.
This caused a delay of , few minutes in
tho time they should hav- arrived In Kan
sas City, and. In consequence, they mlssedl
the Montana train, and were forced to
spend twenty-four hours nt the 1'nion de
pot in charge of the matron.
Pears Her Cblltl Will Ho Stolen.
Mrs. K. 51. Wilson, of 21 fi Fast Klght
eetith street, went to the Cent nil police sta
tion yesterday and asked protection of the
police. She told Police Matron loo that
she had a sun It years old who is heir to
an estate, and she feared lie would bo
kidnaped. Mrs. Wilson claimed that the
child's uhcle, who lives In this city, was
trying to Bteal the child In order to oh.
lain possession of the oslato coming to
him. Police Matron I.oe will to-day turn
the case over to the Humane Society far
The ease against Fred May, charged with
embezzlement, was yesterday dismissed by
Fred Frederick, a vagrant, was sent to
the city work house for 100 days by Police
Judge Jones yesterday.
Henry McClare was yesterday sentenced
by Jusilro Walls to ten days In the county
Juil for embezzling i5 from Mrs, ltolton, of
No, tii Locust struct.
A certificate of Incorporation of the
Chlck-I'ratt Floral Company was tiled in
the recorder's olllce yesterday. The capi
tal slock ot the company is tt.COO.
J. Kusniun, a huckster, whose home Is at
No. 5,15 Troost avenue, yesterday had his
huckster license stolen from his wagon,
which he had loft standing on Walnut
street for a few minutes.
William Krames, bound over to the grand
Jury by Justice Walls on August Hi, on a
charge of felonioiin assault, yesterday gave
J.VK bond to Judge Woflord, of the criminal
court, and was released from cusiody.
Jacob Cohen was yesterday arraigned in
Justice Walls" court, charged with stealing
ivtcnty-IIve papers, the property of tho
publisher of a sensational publication. ll
gave bond for his appearance for trial
W, S. Itenyer, of No. 121S Wyandotte
street, went lo the Central police station
jesterday and reported that a thief had
stolen a suit uf clothes it ml a mackintosh
from Iris oltVe. In the New Vork l.ll'o build
ing, sonic time Monday night.
William Carroll has a line ear for music.
His preference is uiinr music and he was
yesterday sentenced by Justice Case to
thirty days in the county Jail for stealing
a KUiiar from Mrs, Kiuvrenze. of No, )
lluttie Smith, charged In Justice- Case's
court with huvimr stolen u $& diamond
ring from It. K. Hall, while tinployeil as a
domestic in Air. Hull's household, was jes
terday bound over to the urand Jury, and
in default of bail was committed to Jail.
Annie and Jennie I'niznn, living at No.
921 Fast Figliteenth street, were arrested
yesli nl.iy and taken bolore Justice Wlth
l.iu on a rlt.iruc of disturbing the pence of
Mis S.i mil j.liibchltx, a neiuhhor. They
gave bnud for their appearance Monday.
The eases against Mullliilz & Schitz. the
Main street auctioneers, were dismissed In
Justice Kbeit's court yesteulay. Tlio de
fondants, whin arraigned for trial, exhib
ited a license duly signed, uud bearing- date
prior lo the date of the bull tiltd against
Frank Hoes was ari'eloil yesterday on
a warrant issued by Justice Joyce, charging
lilm with siciliug a ipmutlty of clothing
fi.nn John Jones' saloon ut Ninth uud Mul
berry streets, lie was atralgueiUind plead
ed not guilty, uud la default of ball was
committed to the county Jail to await trial
A CRY NR HELP
nr.suiiT of a i'Hompt hemiT.
Tiro 0pm l,ollrn Hint Sliontil Sncircst
lo ThoiininN of American Women
lo pv nnil do Llkcttlsc.
Orsrm. to ot s tAtr r.rxnrn.J
l.trtl.r, MIM, Minn., May Hi t3l.
" 1 ttm sttlTcrlti!;, and tieeil your aldi I
liatr Irrtlblu pains In both sides of my
womli, rxtenillnc ilowtt tlio front of my
llmlrs nnil lower Jiart of my hack, at
tended by Inoluelic mid pains In tlio
b.tck of tlio nerk and ear?.
lies lo rjtilct
Inr says I must keep In bed. Sow t
jilaeo myself miller votir care. I am only
twctity-oni! years old, and too yotttip to
tuiiTiTsttmneh." Mil". Ciias. l'Aiiitiiit.
Tin1 above letter was received by Mrs.
I'hikliatn at l,ynn, -Mass., May 15, ltOI,
which received it prompt reply.
Tho follow-Ill"; letter reached Mrs.
l'liikham about live months later. Note
I.ittu: r.u.t.s. Mis , S'pl. 21. !?
" I deem It my duty to announce tho
fart to my fellow-sufferers of all fetn.ilo
complaints, that ,.t(ifa K, J'lnkhnm'i
treatment and Vet;ctnblo Compound havo
entirely cured mc of all the. pains and
sutlcrlng I was cniliirltip when 1 wrote
you last" May. I followed your advice to
the letter, anil the result is simply won
derful. .May Heaven bless yon and tho
pood work ybu arc tlolni; for your sex!"
MilS. ClIAC. I'AllKHI"-
All the. drtmgists in town say there is
a tremendous demand for Lyilla K.
I'inkliam's Compound; and it is doing
lots of pnoil anions the wotnon.
If you arc sick and In trouble write to
Mrs. I'inkhuin. Ileltef awaits you.
OF INTEREST TO STOCKMEN.
iiomk itnvi:i: ,iti: taking .most of
thi: catti.i: (iiii:iti;i).
Tills Fact Is Looked Upon ns n Strong K1
dciice of tho "tablllty of the Local Mar
ketMorris .V lliltts Will -tlotu
Their Soap I'lant Here.
One of the Ih-sI evidences of the sta
bility and strength of tho cattle market
here is the large per cent of the offer
ings that are taken by home buyers.
Of tho sale Monday on the yards here
of 7,071 cattle, packers and butchers 0t
r.,2SJ ,'ind shippers 1.7SC. It is this home
demand that makes Kansas City such a
ileslriibli market for the country ship
per, ns It Ktiii'-antecs him .every cent
the stock Is worth and saves for him
the middle man's profit, that Is lost In
those markets where the shipping; trade
Is depended upon to furnish the most of
Mm ids it Uutt, who were nt one time
well known packers here, and now
wholesale ice mnnufiieturers hero and In
St. Louis, and soap manufacturers In
Ciulveston, Tex., are goliiR to move
their soap works to Kansas City. Mr.
A. .Muller. an old, practical soap man,
with thirteen years' experience In the
business in this country nnd Kngland,
Is associated with them, and Is to have
charge of the works. The style of the
firm here is to be the Morris, Butt, Mul
ler it Co. They have leased the Ben
jamin McLean property in Artnourdnlo
for their factory, and arc having It put
In order, and expect to got to work by
L,. A. Unit, Omaha, Nb., had In cattle
J. S. Vickers, of Muyvlew, Mo., was
here wltb a number of lino cattle yes
terday, all of Ills own feeding. Among
them were eighteen fancy grade Hert
ford steers, averaging l.lsl is-ninds. that
were much admired. They were sold by
15. K. Campbell & Co. at .$.i.7."i per i ill.
lie also bud iu thirty-three well fatted
Colorado halfbreed steers, at.-rnging
3.413 pounds, that the same lirm sold
for lilm at ?5.2.1. Besides these ho bail
In elpliteeii very pretty grade Shorthorn
steers.avoriiglng 1,372 pounds, that were
sold by Campbell, Hunt ,t Adams at
J5.C0. The Pchwarzsohild ,t Sulzberger
Company took the lot for the export
S. V. Solt, Barnes, Kas., had In cattle
Crouse .t Stone, Medicine I.odgo,
Kas., were In yesterday with cattle.
They report grass and corn good in
Harper county, and say there will be a
good many cuttle fed there this winter.
Young hogs scarce.
L'hnrles P. Odder Is just back from
Mlntott Mills, Mo. Ho says the country
Is looking lovely In Barton county. Corn
nnd grass very Hue, but few stock cattlo
on hand, and most of the fat cattlo and
J, II. Sehrooiler, Stanley, Kas., had in
o. J. Holrnyd, llowins, Kas., came In
with hogs yesterday.
II. B. Baldrldgo, Ilnrrls, Mo was hero
yesterday with cattle.
T. W. Gaines, Saline county, Mo., got
feeders hero yesterday.
X. I Buck, Lafayette county, Mo.,
was hero after feeders yesterday.
John Armstrong, Bates county, Mo
was In yesterday with hogs. Ho says
grass and corn are lino, and that there
will bo it good many cattle fed In his
county this winter. Young bogs are
Walter Allen, Tlnymnro, Mo was at
tho yurds yeslurday with cattle.
W. Humphrey, Burllngame, Kas., had
In a very pretty bunch of heifers yester
day. They averaged M7 pounds, and
sold at $::.f.o, tho best prlco of the day.
J. S. Green and K. K. Miller, nighton,
Kas,, were hem yesterday with cattle.
o, V. Glynn. Mcliutb, Kas., tvua here
after feeders yesterday.
X. V. Bverett, AVlnchester, Kas.,
bought feeders hero yesterday.
T. H. Nicholson, Spring 1(111. Kas,.
was In yesterday with cattlo and hogs.
:. W. Wutts. Vernon county, Mo
was here after feeders yesterday.
M. J. Hoover, Wagstalf, Kas,, bought
fowlers hero yesterday. He says corn
and grass aro good In Miami county,
Kas. lie thinks more cattlo will he fed
in his county this winter than last.
Young hogs scarce.
Kdgar Downing, L. Morrow nnd W. N
Creason, Clinton county, Mo tvero here
after feeders yesterday. They report
Walter I Downing, Clay county, Mo,,
got feeders here yesterday, Ho says
crops uro good.
Don't wall unlit you are slrk bsfore trying
Carters Utile l.lrcr Pills, tail get a vial at
once. You can't take them without beutllt.
t hero .re You lining'.'
I am on my way to the Chicago & Al
ton ticket olllce to get a berth In their
through car lo New York city IcayloK here
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Over 200 Teeth Kxtrnoted Dully. NO
PAIN OR DAN'tttilt. Artificial Teeth
-arrnntcd to Kit Perfectly. Dceaye.il
and nchltju teeth. If worth It, filled aud
726 MAIN STREET
tLTMUN. KAULBACH& CO.. Proat.
w. n. ct-iniiE, rrci. . w. iiAsstT. etc
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Accounts, subject to cliccl: at
sight, received i'rom individuals,
firms and corporations on tho
most favorable terms.
Legal depository for Court and
Acts ai Executor, Guardian,
Administrator and Receiver,
also as Registrar aud Transfer
Acnt for Stocks and Bonds.
Fac Simile of the Cenuine.
The Purest and the Best.
Oldest and Original.
io West Ninth St, Kansas City.no.
Leadlntr anil Succeisfitl Stwclallsi la Blool
jrvousan'l Urinary Diseases.
NKKVUIN Dllltll.lTV, with Us many
(loomr hyinntotns. cured.
i.nvr vrr.i.rrVierinatintly restored.
hVl'llll.ls eureil for Utu wttlioui ra'rcury.
I'ltlNAItV 1UM:.Vsi:s cured aulckly an!
tvm;.N AM. OTHHUX I'AII, consult Dr. IL
J. Wlilttlfr and n-celv the caudlil opinion ot a
physician ot experience, skill and Inteerlly. So
rroniibuH mailn lli.it cauuol lm ttiltllled.
.tiniHOIMls inrnUlicd at mnall cost, nnd
Kent anywliere teuled. Tre.umont .M;Via;
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n TT I T" r." to neallh and emergencies, sealed,
U UlUlu for O i-i'iits stamps, lllaiilia Kro
Call or address in confidence.
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IO tVl'.t Mlltll M
K A A S C I T V, SI O.
Famous for Its hcnlth Rlvlnu waters. An
Ideal summer resort. Cool breezes from
tliu plna covered mountains. HeautUul
scenery. Fine hotels. tVrltu to Oeori;. M,
Walker, proprietor "The Mnnsloni," and
tho "Manitou House" for rules aud other
AT THE FOOT OF PIKES PEAK,
AODF:L HOTEL OF THR WORLD.
Ovi'iliiiikliiK Onlral I'arli, I'lftli Avenue,
r.Nlh unit nillli Mreett, .SlltV VOIIK,
A.tii:i(i(',. ni r liliii
i:i!lttll'i:..N JM.A.Ns. Ti Ai HAffln
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-gaSTr i"5-Wi& TACI.IW AMI uvi;.
4l V&SjrT u-i:s :t,oo.
tiiis''1 'tists I'ruf.
RHODES BROS,, WtaWSShtatt
Olil Walnut Street.
1'IIK 1)11, THAT I.UHItlUATKS JlOST IS
bTII.I. MAMlt'.lUTUKIIU HV
VACUUM OIL GO.
Hut io buy It-and yon will get it In lu
orlslual packagcs-BO to
STANDARD OIL COMPANY.
-DO "--OtJ "WISH TO KNOW ABOUT
A CHRISTIAN HOME SCHOOL
. . . For Boys, . . .
TbAllootn after a Ixiy's morals and manners. rttill It elvos him t'i be't physlc.M anil tnnt.tl
tralnlURf llo.ttillliit Lncntlnu. I tmllint lulilr. Aide rrufi nr. Send lor cat.llogut of
ST. JOHN'S MILITARY SCHOOL,
WALTER IM. JAY, A. M., Head Master.
BISHOP OF KANSAS. Rector-
ST. J A MBS "SSftSSr-
Tor t'ntnlncne nnil terms nililress Col.
r.W oninrnnn cct I
' OHIIUTUnU OtLUtnO, 111! Hm OUllli, LCAIIIKIUIIi IIIUi
-A DAUOIITHR OR
COLUMBIA, .-. MISSOURI.
of Music and Dramatic Art,
At'DlTOIlIUM Ht'IT.DlNG, CHICAGO.
wn imciiunled corps of Instructors.
Kail term will open Monday. September
5th, 1SW. I-'or c.itnloKtie anil lnfornintlon,
address HAMUEI. KAYZKIt, IJIrector.
UNIVERSITY SCHOOL FOR BOYS.
Y. M. C. A. HUII.DIXG.
rrcparr-s for nnj coIIcrc or cclentlflo
s hool. Primary department for boys
from S tn 12 years old. Seventh session lie
Rins September 16, 1SD3. For particulars
call on or address
WM. II. rHNTO.V, Head Master.
FEMALE ACADEMY m
IHrIi crailo Knprllh ami Classical School. Mtcrnrj , Jlu
sic.Artt'otirpe. CertlflrftiondmlUta Ve)lly. smith
Vuear, UC iiolyoke. hh HlLLAUD.lrln. Jackfoavllif.nl
..t.. I D. V HlKOF.n. President.
uiiu.i,jiiii-i j ,lESKV. Kuurr.Vlce pros't.
Foroiirn Drafts issued on
II. W. WOttUWAIU).
1206 and 120S Union Ave
KANSAS CITY, lllaioarU
Corner Nineteenth anil Wyoming: Sts., Kansas City, Mo.
i!i town oirii'r.-in:isr ituii.iit.M;.
l-'rauce. pclallil tn
anil onieo. Kor sale
fat., Kansas City, Ia
SMOKE ONE-YOU'LL WANT ANOTHER
2W!?&?$!SiW HAVANA CIGARS, I m- km
Jpeatherage Lumber jCompanyl
ii bflTH, SHINGLES, SflStt, DOORS AND BLINDS A H
WHITEYELLOW FINE. I
1 W. lit, 11 T.S Jviperlntemlent. Mneon, Mffc
Wentwortli Military Academy.
Oldest Military School in Missouri.
CATAI.OOltl-S SK.NT OS ItKyilKYT. Aililrrsi
cdo II a cm t nvlnnlns IIa
WARD TO UOUCATI-?-
The le.i'llnc jchnnl In the SmitliwrH l the .rliont yon
rtrslrc iftiiimisutdrnllege llntlrely Kernrnlsned.
ltmiilKoiiie. ropjue must, cut nltiiruc. Opens bept. I.
Mrs. Luella Wilcox St. Clair, President.
UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME
Tlic 1 1l3r,1 elon IVItlllprn
Tl'KSUAV.Hltl'T. 0r.l, ISU3.
Full Coursu In Classics, Letters. Science, Law,
Civil and Mechanical Engineering
Tlwiroiii,i ri,initory nnd Commercial Course.
rt Kownin'sllnlltor liuysiinilerlllftiiiilqauln tba
compli'ienessor tt.s equipment
Citalomiessciit tree on ittitiilrntton to
1115V. ANllltKW .MOltlllXKr.C S. C,
'uiro Damo, ind
Semi for Illustrated CataloRiio.
Rev.. T. P. WALTON. Pres't.
l!n 11SII, 1,ixlnf;tnn,.tli.
Sept. 26. t ull nnd .Superior l-nrulty. Dopnrtmcnuror
.i)K'll"h, I.iitin.Orrf k,r.crmaii,riencli(.scJent.-ol Music,
AtU AUaru.Ha 01 II. A, JMSihJLI, I'rln ,Umtrrtt III.
rnlnl fftllpiTP for Yo""K ladles. For Cat
UUlldl lUIIlgt alosuo address the Pr-(ident,
Ai:ciiiJAin a. JOMiy, li:xingtox, mo.
BOSTON ROUND TRIP,
Returning Good Until Oct. 3.
Tickets on Sale Aug. i to 25.1
If you want to go one route and return,
another you can do so nt a slight addi
tional cost. We have forty different
combinations of routes for you tr
choose from, including trips by ocean
steamers from Norfolk to Boston nnd
New York; also trips via Niagara Falls
nnd the White Mountains.
rty nil means come home via the
picturesque Chesapeake & Ohio. The
ticket agent of any lino will sell you a
return ticket via New York, Washing
ton, D. C. nnd the Chesapeake & Ohio
Hy. and the lllg Four Iloute.
E. B. POPE,
Weslern Passenger Agt. C. & 0. Ry
New York Life Building.
Ii n. Covington, Caahier, D. A. McKibdiic
r. ii, ivuur- 11. j. iiucKK, &. s, htilAl.
AIL Parts of tlio Old World,
J. C. JIOitTON.
FAXON & CO.,
OILS AND ULASS.
Union Dopot), Kansas City, M
M JL'MIT.V. JVuusa,. j'j
bT. I.OU1S, atltiourU
."RELIEF FOR W0MEN"
IS KAFi: AMI ALWAYS KIU.IAHI.K
Far better than Tansy or Pennyroyal 1'llU an4 all ilmllar raJ.
.(,,. ui.... Mi.y iiacu iu ,Muu.4iiua u 141c. lb ISA 4iirS FtmtittJ
umranUtd. Soul preinully (sealeUi on rtcelpi of II oo Avola t.
lira anU dhanpamimfiu. Pierartil by OIJ Dr. IMI.m nr p,,-l
(finale complaints: 3U years' prac-tii-e. liojni'taLi
by JOHNsON' llltoa, OrussUta, 11W Main
bl Welru Asunta. ' am
Yard aud nm,..
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