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THE KANSAS CTTY JOURNAL. SATTRT) Yt M'fU'RT 21, mi
STVTjSG TNGS AWAY T THE MODE- I
That about the size of it the way we arc offeriny these yoods. There's a. heavy, plain,, evident loss on every article sold, bat tovs eats no iff are here, so lour I
as the (foods are sold. There are only seven wore business days left to us at Fifth and, Main, and aw, want the eonsumvr lo yet the benefit
of the bargains. IVhuterer is left on the last day of this month will be disposed of to some merchant who will retail to you. at a. W
y real advanee on the price you, would hare to pay if you, do your buyiny here and now. Take TA
aauantanc of it to-day, the last, Saturday beore the last day op the sale.
' " '" ' i ' i
Ixiwor nn I 1 w r ft is iln prl c as day
bj dnj the time fir removal draws near
er There' tl.e blffff st hunch -f nlue
KlslliK briutlcH luii that Avero CV' r
offered, without nttj ix eption livery
pnir of our tlncst pniitu 1 anions the
lot -the values run fioin ?il to '. To
morrow ou may have? jour choice free
nnd unlimited ns to former ndling price
or number of pairs jou may desire to
There's a Mint
At fevrr he.it Is the bargain furnace
Opportunities beset J oil oil every side.
We've deserved tho reputation that
we've made fur handling Hip Inst hats
tho town affords at the lowest prices
lo be found Tin old prh i Is bulled
eomplrtoly out if sight In the tuitions
rediii lions of thiH It -moval Sale ll of
our J 2 00, $2 "0 mid W.00 Huts nre phiepil
at jour service to-morrow f .r, choice, at
And the Stetson Hats, worth ?l and jr,
nre yours whichever one you want for
Lot the ptlcc of leather Jump where It
will, our pilco for leather Valises vv III
continue to fall Take any Valise jou
llnd In tho house, whether worth $1, $5
or ('i and take It for the marvelously
small sum of
We're scattering- dollars far and wide in this great wind
up. Prices were low enough before, but they're lower now
than ever; lower than manufacturers ever quoted, no matter
how badly they needed money nor what inducements they
were offering to buyers. Come and come early There'll
be a sweeping of this stock to-day, the like of which was never
LOT r Embraces all the Suits that
larly sold for $7; choice to-day. . . .
LOT 2 Embraces all the Suits that
larly sold for sS; choice to-day. . . .
LOT 3 Embraces all the Suits that regu
larly sold for $10; choice to-day. .......
LOT 4 Embraces all the Suits that
larly sold for $12; choice to-day. . ,
LOT 5 Embraces all the Suits that
larly sold for 515; choice to-day. ..
LOTS 6 and 7 Embrace all the Suits that reg
ularly sold for $tS, 2o, $22, $25; cl,olctr,.dav
ami no iiuiiii:k rou anv sm r von i'ind iv 1 111: i:.i 1 mi: not m:
AW 1 an give u aim est an v sl?e and
nlntio-l am alw fi.m $1 ' up t" $."'
We're ativl .um i ibe-i thi'tii .ut 111
'In 1 . I latin 1 v hi I In-ill In than
s line I. .lit r - in it .w tnki "in
pi k hi1 lm f al Hi er .its
anil I Ifllrrs In the h U' i- tin as au
the nun ivr h in U f i in. rj
littl ' Ham of
Won't it pay to salt one at that
KNEE PANTS SUITS
Ageq from I In 10 rais uio nit we
hie lift Among th.st ntunitilitg aie
lump less than ii, inan.s ale worth $S
and Jin These lime tlm mum mail to
tiuiil as the othi r gin Is In t lip li him
so 1 1 mm mil take imn . ho. e of the
eiitln lit t tip ci client valins Mu eei
saw or luMid of for
Tu i M . lint vv. I 1 w jui our n
in. ii ii 11. 1 1 1 1 1 ' , h p-ime
ii (it I i "it. e , ii ir Unit j .u
pi n 1 ! ik. hi all air tin
V 1 W 1 I r ' " I h in . rtKUl.uly
s 11 iik 1 i i 11 1 ji j r 1
Or Hi' h i
li iu e 111 11 ill.
' mi i' 1
. ..1 1. 1
'n 1 In the
nn 1 um or
htii wi.Ui rr(,ul ir j i ninj, fi.r 511'
$15 and 1S. f r
All tli rem lining rurnlshliiK r.oods
ale displayed ..n the laldi s, whir, vou
nun milk iIilhibIi unl atnlrip t, jour
In in t s oiiieiu Tho pi Ire Is piominrnt
l dlspl.ijp.l nil I'M i j it. in, ami it Is
pnltlel KU.ii.mt.'Oil not lo e. ppiI 0
ints on the dullai of artual Milur if
s nir si.e mid the .nil. le .,u di sire Is
ilieie you II hale the lilSKeat mynei
s.uini; pi. nle ou ihit found In j ur
ii'p i hup 111 inn miihe mir selentloti
there plent lei I to i Iio.sp from anil the
pri.es are niliiinii' pi Iocs-- iiimsiial
pilees never liefme heatd of prkes
Largest Clothing Store in Kansas City.
Largest Clothing Store in Kansas City.
As Advertised, Our Handsome New Six Story Building at Tenth and Main Will Be Completed by September I-
PLAN OF REORGANIZATION.
(iurni)N uaii w.w and navioatiiin
company's m'iii:mi: 3i mi: I'tiiiiiit:.
A Nrn (mpiir.itloii 1UII Ihsiib S.S 1,0011,000
I IVrluit Uomli nn Vnmil Jtort-
B.iijp tiraiiil Army lliislnrn Now
1'rrlKlit itvIiii to I.ltvrpnol.
New Voik, Aiiff, -3 The plan anil nsree
nunt for the leoiKimii'.iiloii of tho Oiegon
Itallwa.v .IL Navigation Company has heca
made putilU It pioiio,ei the formation of
ii nei loipoiatlon, which will i"sue UU
fiii.OflO 1 per cent, llfty e.ir Kolii honds, to
tu a seioinl nioi tff.iffe on pioperty colored
by tho present Hist moimac, nml a llrst
nmriBiiKe on all the other pioperty of the
n w eomi mj. The r.eu hondi. will be
fli-iiihnteil us follons: ?.,,0''3,(XO at par to
. Mhtinfr eon.-oliiiattd mortpraRO liond.4,
ii "Dl (Kxi at o pur ttiit to J.'.UJ.WO elhtins
.ollateial tuiit bondH; j,300,00i) reserved
to iciuo cMstlni; llrst morlpage bonds;
l l(ti,(HO ie-tred for helieimeniH nnd ti-r-jianalh,
nml $J,W0,t.) to bi usfd for eten
nmns to nut moro than W,uuO per mile of
Thu inn ompany will Iksiki $tl,OT0,0io K
pi i in noi'-iiiimllaiho bimK, and l.
ipffl.OOO i iiinmnn btOLk. The pruferteil stoek
ml be tllstilbuted as folloii-s, J..Su'i to
tunsollditteit moriKiiite lonl at tho rati.
of I, per eent; M.b.T.lOO to iollater.il tru.it
humlH ai. 70 per .ent, ?t, 1 10.000 to present
umniun Moik for tho ti pel tent waws
ineiu on J.'l aJ,0W, and S.70,i for reorKan
liiion (XiiLiiMb, eti . The common mock
of the iii-w company will be Issui d thiiro
tui hhaif to the piest-iit common block on
p,iment of li per cent ussi'minent.
I nder Hie propOM'd plan tho tlxed
charuep of the new i oiupanj of the first
ear of its operation will npproMm.ite
$3in ISO aR iiB.ifnht present eil chartres
of jl niVj.i'iO The tls.eU tliirgeb of the new
compan will bn i educed annually by
nbout J1,(A ihroiiBh tho operatloa of the
c tlnB' llrst iiiortB.ise Elnklns fund.
t is propoert to pay tho laupons, duo
December I, lSii-t, on tho existing eonsoll
d.ned moriffasu bondit. This Mill reipilto
J n l, ST."., Iiettirinents, terminal nnd f-ei-tl
ments of clainiH will reuulro ?1,";u,Oj0;
eviensfs of rcorBiinljiatlou and contliiKen
1 1 -,, $IJo,li; total cash reiiulreuients,
j. i ni.ooo. Thih will bo met by tho ii per
i i ucehttiient on eIbtimr common btock
(jltJlooni, and J."ii.0eo. which will bo on
hind fiom operation of the proptit.
After tiiiiileuilb of 4 per cent bhnll hn
HhkI upon both tlasaeh of new titoek, all
dividend!, dect.ued thereafter shall be flls
tiibuted pio lata to the prvferied and the
common stock, Tho priferied etwk Is albO
prefencd as. to aket In case of lliiulda
tion, but it ohall nut ho lnci eased without
III con.nt of all tho btockholdors of the
The bonid of directors Is to consist of
fifteen members, ilb-hi of whom must bo
irsiiientH of Oretron. A uto. k trust U
i ated which at.uris the preferred stock
I'ldeis the ilKht to nominate ten of the
nmitors la th" new companj, common
f o.-k elecilns live. This lnwt aereement
i to reiniiln In foice until Juno 1. jai.., un
li s sooner teimlnatod by counent of two
thirds of both classes of stock.
(JltAM) AHSIV IH'tilMIlS.
oino 1'1i."k In t'iiiuelns and I'rlvl.
li'U'r" .liiil unit (iruiilril.
ChietiKO, Autr. S3 The W'ahabli road an
nounces to-day that It would apply a late
of I ci'iit pep mile foi the Uiaud Atmy to
l.oulavlllo us far west as Jacksonville, Mo.
l'rom points west of Jacksonville the late
will bo ono fate for thu louud trip, added
to the Jacksonville late. In no ease, how
ev r. will tho rates ccecd shoit lino rates
lroui Mississippi ilver points. This load
Mill aUo nil tickets September IU to 11
trom puints In Illinois west of Decatur,
mi to and Including Hannibal, Mo., and
Iowa, for thu Knowilie battlolleUl at ,
lato of IjU added to thu mtea at I.uulb
vlllo Notice was uliui by the Wisconsin
t'eiilial toad to-du that It would inn ex
cursions oil the dales alieady si'leeted by
tha Western loads to J'utils, Is . I,om
bard. Thoipo and Hlunley Wis. This ter
iltory had previously been excluded fipm
tliut to which low pilco hatvest excuislon
rates weio to upiily.
A iiilluR was asked fiom the chaliman of
the Western Lines I'usbonscr Absoclailou
to-day as to whether thu tliaiul Arm
ticket could bo used at any tlmo after
their sale for tho return triy, or holders
would he obliged to wait until after Sep
temher 3(, the datr formally iifiieed upon
He niled that tmdei the liitesr arrant;,
ment they weie pood at anv time aflei the
date of sulu and up to their final time
Ninv mm: 'ii r.i'Koi'K.
llio I.nulsvlIlK .V NiihIivIUii rrelcht 'ervlre,
1'l'IISlM otic tu I.tici pout.
T.otilMllle, Ky., A iik. K. The T.oulsilllo
& Naahvillo road has perfected negotia
tions for tho InaiiBur.itloii of a steamship
fielftht service between this comitiy and
Iauope, the icssels to ply butneen l'en
s.ieoli and I.lveipopol. Tho ships to be
put Into tho line aie of Immense cap.icltv
and aio the piopeity of the United States
Shipping1 Company, of New York. Thu
tlr.st ship villi leavo I'onsacul.i on or about
October 13. und monthly .lilliiBS are to he
Bii.iianteed thereafter until Kehi nary.
Should traffic Justify such an extension of
the service, shins will clear tor Liver
pool jortnlKlitlv instead of monthly.
The Louisville c Nasbvlllu expects n
heavy cotton trntllo wlih the steamship
line, as the ves-i Is will tun between tho
center of the cotton Hi ids and thu great
est cotton market In the world.
A M;V KA.VA" ItAIMiOAII.
It Will Travi'run Ale lil.un, .Inilmin, .lutTer
huu anil sbaiiiiru touutleii.
Topekn, Kas., Aug. " (Special.) The
Atchison, Topeka & St. Joseph Itilliond
Company Hied articles of lucorjioratlon In
the ollleo of the secretary of slate to-day,
with a capitalization of Jl.DOO.Om). The di
rectors are: A If. Ilorton, llnlley p. Wag
goner, W. P. Way. J. W. Oir, C. S. Jleth
ilnKton. S. 12, llaiburger and Charles P.
lllack. The purpose of tlie compiny is to
build tluouRh Atchison, Jackson, .Ii'lferum
nml Hhnwiieu counties nnd to cioss thu
Missouri river in St. Joseph.
Memphis rind had two special tram" from
I'lejt-nnt HIH vi hie h wire loaded w til pas
sengers bound for Helton
11. O Ives, of St Louis, genera! pi-.spn-gnr
and ticket agent of the lluillngton
loute, was in the city yesterday.
4', I', Huntington llui Ho lie irrcnti'il,
San Francisco, Aug. 13 According to tho
Ami l lean Hallway Union nicmbeis nnd
their friends. C. 1". Huntington will bo at
tested should he coma heie. It Is con
tended tho chnrge against the president
of tho Southern Pacific was dismissed at
the instance of United States District At
torney t'ootc nnd not by United Stales
District Judge Morrow. Hence It is held
that Huntington could sWI bo anestod
A state railway convention is soon to
bo held and big antl-iallioad meetings aie
being arranged all over the slate. All tho
kiii.iii.iIi nt ihn reformers will he eon-
eentiated on electing an autl-iallioul leg.
islatiue next var.
The Monnn' M.itenmnt Withheld.
Chicago. Aug. ?l Vice Piei-ldeiit and
fleneral Malinger McDoel. of tin- Moium
mad. lift hero for Now Yoik to-day, car
rslug with him tho statement of tho c.un
Iuks and opeiiitlng expenseh of the mad
for the Inst yenr. Ho declined to innko
public the Ilgiues it contains until the
linvo been laid beforo the directors and
have been approved by them. It Is known,
howevir, that tho statement Is an ex
ccudlnglv mtlsfactory ono considering tho
times, tt will compute tavoiably with tho
statement of Hil, which was tho best In
tho lilstoi'i of lliu 10 id.
'I ho Mllllll I'e'i. CilNf,
Topeka, Kas Aug. 23. (Special,) Judge
Caldwell will an lie In Topeka Sunday
night and convene court for too hearing of
an application for a decree In the Atchi
son. Topeka & S.int.l To mortgage cases
on .Monday morning.
Among those who will no prevent and
take part In the pioceedillBS aie Wheeler
II, Peckhani, attorney of the Union Trust
Company, of New York! Mr. Victor Mora
le eu, of lloston, a member of tho Suntn
l'o reorganisation committee, nnd General
Attorney fjeorge It. Peck.
'I he Uurltiigloii' (dunlin 1'iriiriiliiii,
The llurllnBton rallioad will tun an ex
cursion to Uiiiaha to-night, leaving thu
Union di pot at 'J o'clock, Ucl.eU selling ut
$.'50 for tho lound Hip. This Is simply re
taining tho compliment to Omaha, as
Hint city si'iit us it laiKe Sunday delegation
rieeiitlv, Tho prospects uiu for u big ex
cuiblou. When tho Omaha papers pro
tested against tho lluilliigtoii's making
such rates lo Kansas Pity. Assistant Oen.
eial Panssenger Agent Orr replied that
Kansas City could send that town 10,000
peoifto every Sunday and not miss them.
The fair at Helton, Mo., is a greater auc
cesd this ear than ever before. Yester
day the attendance waa 7,ww, and the
RAYMOND IS RE-ENGAGED,
I lm Hustling CornrlWl's Ureal riipiiluril
Climes thu WiinbingliMi Park Man
agement tu ltetulu 'llitlr Ili'it
Mips Alien Raymond has proven the best
draw lug attraction -.o far brought to Wash
ington park. Tho handsome cnrnetist bus
won tile applause of all sorts of people.
Her worjc is of a type uhUli pleases men
and women and children, musicians and
lav men, artists and tho general public.
Music batli charms, It Is nld, for the sav
age breast. Hut the tin de siecle public
has had inu-dc from the cradle to the grave
lullaby songs with the swaddling clothes
and de.iit marches In Saul, with the cere
ments of deltll
.Music is as ionventlon.il as the sound of
machinery and the hum upon the streets
and the veil notes of the foiest and the
flog punctuated ponds. Hut what is con
ventionally called music Is not music. It
Is mere sounding of meaningless harmonies.
out of comintlonnUty Miss Itivmoinl
bilngs newness und life, iililih is the more
notable, becnuno ii presents that which Is
not expected or known in what everjone
Ins heard and thinks contains no more
discoveries. The bold spirit Hint finds un
heanl of facts within the boundaries which
h.ne been trod again and again is a great
r hero than he who diseoveis hcc.iuso ho
Is tho first
Thus, the m ister In the hlstor of music
havo been those who made musk live in
new colors and new forms, and of which
expiiiiis um worm savs. -it is genius"
And .Miss It.mnind, with her nuiirlc.il
cornet, miikos familiar airs blossom with
new (lowers and puts pithos Into melodies
which lung sine, liaie lost their force.
The world wants newness, Kunxia City
want newness, and In the wonderful cor
net (nlos of Miss Itaymond the newness
has been presented. It is therefore veiy
pleasant to know that the favorite 1ms
accepted a fuither engagement and will
play m Washington paik on Sunday.
I in: si:am. ri.osi'.s.
L.iHl. IVrfiirmiiiKufi of vaudeville at I'.ilr
muunt 'I tils Afti iiinuu und Utfiiing.
With tho matlneo this afternoon and tho
peiformauce this evening the season of
vaudovlllo at r.ilrmouut Park auditorium
eoniea to a successful close. Tho attend
ance dining the entire four weeks has
bieu surpilslngly laige uud siuli us dem
uiistuiteb tioj ouil a doubt that this fouu
of enteitalnnient is what the people want
dining the pink season. Tho attendance
has been good oven on rainy evenings,
while on many of the finest nights the
'Standing ituQin Onlj" tign had to he
displayed. Tho attiactlons for each week
hale been of a iinifoimlv high nidei, the
best obtainable either In New York or C'hl.
cago, and it is gratlflug to nolo that tho
public appteclatus the efforts of the IAili
mouiit management to provide high class
The bill this week, especially certain
paits of H. has been splendid, and thosu
who have not he.ild the ere.it animal Imi
tations of I'inlkouski. or seen DeHesselt
wink with tho clay should attend to-day,
as these featuies nio too good to be
missed. Tho matinee is given at S o'clock.
Hetrliuilng to-morrow evening, nnd also
afternoon and evening, the Salvation Army i
vein hold forth In the audltculiim with tlitvl
musicians, and nn attendance from all
over Missouri and Kansas It will ho at
Hio puk all the week, wth meetings every
afternoon and evening,
TO OMAHA TO-NIGHT,
I'HK S?.fiO. H tSi.flO.
Shoitest Hue, liver grade nil the way,
tickets good to liolh Council Hlufts, Iu..
.mil iimaiiu, icii. iu sin w nn., tc cfii,
tickets via the lluillngton loute. Special
twins leao at 9 p. in.
fell l'rom u llux I'm.
A (Memphis switchman named Lee Camp
bell fell from a box car in tho jards last
night and sustained slight injuries about
the hips and legs. He was taken to the.
company hospital, on Second and Campbell
GOES INTO EFFECT TO-DAY.
ni:v r.i.i:cTin mw unit it aiioi
JMIHS THi: Itl t Olttll.K III' VI1TI Its.
'1 bn (luvernnr .mil llnur Iluvu 'I liirty H.ijs
In lit. li tu Appitlui tit., uio, Hun
llniril 1'ruvlilid fur by
ttie New I41IT.
Tho election law pissed at tho ppeclal
session of the legislature last spring be
comes operatlio in the state to-da and
with lis ndient time passes out of exist
ence the oillce 01 tlie recorder of voters.
The passage of the 111 w law list spring
was the luosulmpoitnnt event of the spi -cial
session, and lias uTeeted only after
.1 struggle that laste t fur days, and ins
watched by eieiy Ion r of honesty In elec
tions In the state Um ry machine politi
cian in the state was In Jeiferon City
plugging against the neiv law andstrlilng
to perpetuate the old method that enabled
the recorder of voters to reign as ctar lu
The nuw law has 100 sections and pro
ilibs for tho new ord. r of things by abol
ishing the ollleo of tin recorder of voters
and hM deputies. To till the vacancy there
Is created an election board, composed of
tlmo members. The law provides th it
within thirty das utter the law goes Into
clfict tho governor shall appoint the
chairman of the board nnd one other num
ber, and thu major of the city shall ap
point tho other 1111 mb. r. The teim of the
chairman shwll be four years, that of tho
otlur member appointed by thu governor
shall bo two jc.iis. 'I he secretary of tho
uutiro snail lie a; inu oppusuo political
faith and shall be npp dnted by the nun or,
and serve four jeat-. To seive as members
of the election hoard the men must luvo
leaded iu tho state live 0.11s and In thu
city at least two ears. They must also
be of appioved intigrity and capacity. No
commlsnloiier is to hold any ollleo or he a
candidate for an) otllcu during the tlmo
The members nro to glvo bond for the
faithful iierloiinanco of tlielr duty in the
sum of Jlu.ix'j ouch. 10 bo approved bv ono
of tho Judges of the circuit court. Within
six months after taking charge tho board
is to divide thu city Into election tuecliicts
containing as nearly as possible 3u0 voteis,
and ruvlsu anil rinriaiigu as may be neces
sary aftei each election, so 11s to keep tha
number of voteis nt that llgurv.
One of the Hist duties of thu board Is
to piovldu fur an eniliely new registration
of the voteis of the city pilar to the next
n't neral election, and that the list bo ar
innged then is to bo continued and re
sul as the list of the city.
Sixty d.isb prior 10 the election tho
board shall select four electors tus judges
of the election lu tho 1 .11 loin pieclncts.
They must be citizens of the United States
and of the state of Missouri, and entitled I
to vote in 1 1111 warn vviiut tnuy are chosen
to seive. They must lm men of good re
putc, able to it.n and wilie and speak thu
UnglUh language and understand the four
fundamental niles of ailthmetle. They
must leside or have a place of business
In the precinct where they seive, and must
not hold any otllcc of the United States,
thu Male of Missouri, couutj or cits, nor
bo a candidate at the election. Two clerks
possessing the Mine iiualilleatluiis must
lie chosen fur each precinct.
The appointments must bo certified to
thu circuit court and then oppoitutilty Is
given for showing cause for leniovul or
1ef11s.1l to confirm. The matter uf legls
tuition is slmplillel gieatly uud moio safe
guuids are tliioiiu about it tliuu havo heie
tofore existed, l'lovlclon Is madu far tho
leglstr.itlon of legal voteis, and such lie
stilctlous ijs are considered wise are
thrown about to preieut any fraud.
Thu salaty of the eh ilrman ami Decre
tory of the election board is llxed at $2 500
per annum, and that of tho third member
ut JWW, The minor appointees are paid (1
While it has been seml-ofllclally an
nounced that Play Arnold is to bo made
chairman of the boanl bj Governor Stone,
ho has made 110 appointments, nor has
Mayor Davis et announced who U to en
joy the oillce for the Republicans Many
men In Uio city have been suggested, but
there Is nothing settled as to who is to
The election law wus passed In response
to the demand for better ami moro honest
methods, and grew out of tho exposures
lu this city and St. Louis of the rotten
ness and brazen fraud practiced unblush
Ingly under the old law. The law vas
r i 1 1 11 ! ' m in s in ! in- m
11 1 h. 1 11 1 1 1.11 ir i- in pi
Hi I it, it '1 mi Ill -ii 1 isiim .if
1 1 1 - 111 I I a t, i. w lin "el im e th. 1 -
1 -si I Will 11! tin pi opl. .ml hoisted tlf
nn nolle U is In II, v.. 1 111. in 11 law will
nil Hum eft. ctuall). If they tij tin ii
OF INTEREST TO STOCKMEN.
SAID TO HAVE USED BOODLE.
A story Ithiett i:pltlii4 the .e Hon uf
Sumo Vlemliern uf Ihn lleiniu lllllu
i mint v t'oiiiiiiltti 1 .
It was stated eJtei.!a by a prominent
nn mber of the nnthitiowu faction of the
Jin kson countv Demo i.n 'hat ono day,
just prior to the last meeting of the Dem
ocratic count,! lommlllee lu Kansas t'lt.
a friend of ex-i!uierinii Uranils sllppi 1
iliiletly into the city with f 1 OK) of genuine
goKlbug boodle, for the puiposo of distrib
uting it where It would "do the mosl good"
in helping to depose M.erey K. Hreiiiu
Horn the ihaiimniiHhlp of the county com
mittee. The stiunger with the boodle was
well Informed and went about his work
In a sistematU' manner, lu fact, ho was
qui 10 ellplumntic,
lu the llronii ranks stood (Ho men firm
of ai Hon uuel lie lief. No convli tlou could
change their Hrown alleglniin, nnd no
amount of boodle, be tt irohihuu or other-
wise, totild cause their tllcndship for
lltoiin tu swerve. The l'rancls nun was
smooth, however, and witli his political In
ge iiultj he managid to have .1 talk with
the men whose votes We 10 necessary to
oust Mr. Ilionn 011 man was i'asv
an 1 sold liuiisidf for J2uu. Another held
out 1 bit lunger, but was lluullv templed
to throw himself oier for l Then there
was a country member of the Hrown fac
tion whose vote was unite itf-ll olilc. lltu
he could not be buiight vnl iihen lie was
templed with a munilli cut offi r of J.'iVI he
waved the tempter usitle with a suilje.
He stood linn. Two otlur lironn men
inie hoiight out, and inauaged to change
imir lauii inieii 1 inu iiiiiucui'c eii a icw
fragrant I lav anas, a fen inektalls and
prumlseH to do sometlilng nice tor them iu
'i hi; wi:atiii;i:.
Yesterday tho neither was. warm and
sultry until the eieulng, when there in re
several! heavy showers. The hUhest tem
pt raturo was SO dig, nnd thu lowest ij
deg. The olllciil foiec-ast for to-day Is:
Mlosouri, fair, cooler in the soiithnost por
tion; Kansas, generally fair, pieceded by
nlHiiVLin, statloniiry timpenituie. l.'ollon
lug Is the record of last nlshl'a obseria-
liulvcEton . ......
lleli 11a .
11 1; 11 1:1: I'ltit is 1 oit 11 1 1,1: viiixi
im; tin: i.vrmti 1 itAtic.
I he fte 1 ord of rredglit shlpmeuts fur the
Week Ulidllig August IS show a He-
tilled railing HIT, but I hero It .1
Haiti in she ,.p i:pm t4.
, ,.:iooi $.
.,..... i) !i t. '
1 ).90 M
t(lflt 2y,3J 7J
,.., ).$! SO
llittln uud roiirril-.
Tho remains of Mrs. Zuielda Moore, who
dlc-el at the lesldenie of .Mr. V. S. Tlioinp
sun, No. 170i Plieslniit stieet, nil Thurs
d.i, weio taken to Piattsburg for bllilil,
The temilns of James , Walker, Mho
1 oinmltted suicide ut thu .Midi ind on
Tliuisday, weie taken to St. Joseph last
night at 3 u'cluck for Inula) theie.
The funeral of Dr. Chailes I.engel. who
ommltted suleldo on Thursday, will lie
h Id at his late residence. No. IIS) Oak
street, at 3 o'clock to-moirow afternoon.
The sen ices villi lie held under tho an
spites of Kansas City ludgu No. 1, Knights
Joseph Patrick Seely, a 5-months-old
child, died jestirday at the home of his
patents, Nu. -ti) Crescent avenue. Tho
fLiiiei.it will be unnnuneed later
William Clilfoi 1 Hrown. a child, was
hurled fiom 1I10 home of his patents. No.
'HI Washington street, jesteiday morning
The buttal was lu Mount St. Mail's com.
Itichurd Itov Chamberlain, a 13-j ear-old
child of Architect S. V. CI1.1mbe1l.1l11, diet!
jesterday at No. 3.'1S rimait avenue. The
fiiner.cl services will bo aiinounced later.
Tho fuucrul of Mis. Um Van Horn, wife
of Oscar Van Horn, was held jestcnlay
morning The burial was iu Union cem
eteiy. Mrs. Vun Horn died at the city
The higher pi Ice for Rood cattle this
year continues to have lis influence up
on tho feiielgn tattle1 nnd dressed btsd
trade. The foii-iRn exports of c'(tttle
from the Atlantic poits for tho week
ending August IS weie H.21M, nralnst
10,1a!) tho s.imo week last year, und
qiuil'tora of beef, 11,2.10, HKalnt 1!'.l13
the saiiio vvoek last year. Hut while
there has licon Iuss In the cattle and
beef business, there lins btsn a hand
Mimo Ki'owth In tlto aliec-p business
abroad, lnriught about by tho butter
eiunllty tinil cheapness of American
hheep this you 1. Tho exports) for the
week undine; Aiifjust IS were, 12.UG7,
ngalnst 9.CSI tho week previous, und
S,2'IS tlio sumo week last year
A. D. Jones, Osceola, Mo., had In cattle
j 1 sterility.
W. I), ll.iihuiger, stenographer for
.Miss Minnie M.tloodwin, objects lo beluu
culled lluitnngor, ns tho typen made
his name in these notes Tuesday.
J. A. -Miller, of .MontKomeiy county,
Kas, mh ioin In gcsid tinil Rr.iss lino
iu Ilia enmity. Cattle and luigH short
and tower e.ittlo will bo ted this w Inter
than usual, as tinmen are afraid of a
low beef 111.11 1 ; f t next spilng
Spai ks , Haas, of Piullii, Nevmln,
weio hero jesterday with u train of cut
tle. Fifteen curs uf slit-rn averaging;
l.OrtS to l.OM imuiids soltl at f I ICtfi 3 SO.
and Mivi'ii c.iii. ot cons, avoragliiK 'J'll
pounds, stdil at S.'.GtKfi J.00, and it load of
btllg.S lireillgllt $. 50.
.eb 1'. Ptider Is buck from Rt. I.ouls
ami saja he louud tho market Ilieie .in
pokey as over
.1. It. llleicker. writltig to tho IJvans-Snldei'-Hiud
Coniiuls.sloii Company, 1111
ilor (Into of AiiKUHt 20, tayn tho ctiiintry
theft) Is In (,"" condition and cattle
Amos Markee, Hidden, Mo., was In
ycstetd.iy with c,tttlt.
Wtlglit & Kimlde, and Turk .x Jolinson,
Plifciitiili, I. T, hud lu cuttle yoHteieliiy,
S T. .Mclniush uud H ,M. (looelo, Os
kuluosa, Kns , were here after tecders
csteielav. They rvHirt grass and corn
guild lu Jefieisuii iMiuit), j.nuig liogs in I
fair siipplj nml euttlti slim t. The 1 o will
be- more cattle feel than last winter. 1
J II. niul II K Caitieu, Trenton, Mo, I
weie heie t'Hteiduy with cuttle. I
It. II. ii.uk. limns, Kas , catno (it jes
teiday with 1 attlo and hogs
It. P. Hue kinghain, Onaga, Kns, was
at tho jaids i sterility with cuttle,
.V. F. Hall, Hi puldlc-an (ily, Neb., wns j
lieio jesterday with cattlo. I
Cleorge Hi-hj, Holt, Mo, had In cattlei I
I. L. .Muj.s, M.iji-liurg, Mo, KOt feed
ers heie jesteidaj.
P. 17 Munis, Pottawatomie counts-,
Kns., was ut thu jards yesterday with
hob's. IIo sajs coin In the eastern half
of tho intuit was never butter, but In
tho western halt it has liven somewhat
damaged of late. Class lino. Moro cut
tlu will ho fed this winter than last,
O. If. Llnkimiii. Uiln, Kas., was hero
jiMetday with hugs, IU ropoits grabs
ami coin ilne iu I'rankllu county, and
fruit ulmnilaiit Moio cattle will bo feel
this winter than last
J, H. Shrudor, Johnson county, Kas.
got feedeis heio jegtciitay. Grass and
corn gooel In his couutj', und moro cat
tlo will ho fed than list year
J. II. SpaldlnK und A. X. HouU, Sylvia.
Kas., hud In cattle josteid.jj-,
D. H. King;, Dighton. Kas.. was nt
the stock j-atds jesterday with cattle.
II. -I ,-! , v 1, ,, , ln J.,.,. ,, ,.
illMlll., . Ill I U-. 1 , ,, ,1 INK II II.
W ill wim. 1 iu,,i, ii,.,,, 1 ,,, s, ,,.
M I. Hi pl.lgle Will It, HI, h, (.11110
li 11 ah mull it mi id iv
liKUgi'L Ke.ll.v I'.tll.iol, Mi. II 1, in
.11 sli id ij null she. p 111,1 titi.
.1 U T.i.iliu L.i Punt, line, Kas , wn in
hugs e stt nl. iv .
William Il.uni'ss, Lucas .Me. , wis In
Jestiidav with 1.I11 up
J. U Koll, Plirirwntor. Kas w 1- ii:
the yaids yesterday with c.ittli .ml
V.. C, Hakcl, Jlli-hmund, .Mo, ha I rt
T. V. Blciins nnd II. P. Huiiili L.l. .
Mo. came lu j.'.steid.iy with t.ntl, ,n t
W'elllnoi Pifl,i,, Tt, ,.!.-..,. t. ... .. ..
..'....... . a....,., .', 1,1,1,1, IV,, . ,, .i-. II.
Jesteidaj Willi cattle
Puller tt Tiilnr l. niHon, Kas, w 1
he-re ji'sifiilai with hugs
James Piihih.il! III11I1 Kas tt , - .it
the jards jesteidaj Willi c-attl
ONE AND ONEfiTlfiU,
'Um lllg llli'jelii Vie, 1 ami I'.iiu v Homo
Hum at I iiliiuouiil I'url, Arelilveu
lieelue'eil Itnllrniil liulen
The r.illiuils miitilng In Kim. 1
have atiiiouiiei'd a ndu id nun. I 11 ,, 1
of one and oiic-thlrd fare., lm th I ."
Iilejcie mill, lu In lull ,et I um ';
lmrk on August 0 an l I! .nol 1U1
fancy hoise show, to be hi Id at Hi. 1 1 k
September 3, I. T. and h lroui .ill , 1 .
In Iowa and Missouri within a 1.1 I 1 '"
ISO miles of K ihm Cltj, an 1 fiom 1 I
Iioints in K.uisax wlihin a ta Hit
miles Tlikets 11 HI be sold A11.11-'
ut and Sefitt mber -' to ti iivlui!t 1 '1
icturn on or h, fore Si pte niln 1 7 li '
liisuies a big outside attendan at i'i
important events, as the maii.i,. i- or ,
dlllerent rellin.cls s.i that th. . ip I
along thu line are int. letted lu 111I1 1
or the otner or uutn of ihc ev.nt 1 l
are making prepanctlons to eoine to hi
a 1 itici! itimac.
VI, ('. l-iitre'iicet lu Appe.r at I airuinimc
'lo.iuurron Af I. ruuun.
M. C. Lawrence, of tleiuva, N Y. 1 lm
weuld's greatest trick blevtle ride r nil
glvo 11 grand flee exhibition in trom t
the gland stand nt l'.ilrinount 11 irk 1
morrow afternoon. In addition to lux 1. hi
on .1 sifety, Law rente will ride the l-gn
Ulilejcle, a feal none of Hie lot il ii.i is
has evei bee 11 able lo ac ouiplirh I .
l'alrmoiint fiark inan.igi innii will uffi r fl
ill gold fur the cjcll-t to-iiiurruw who sti
cessfully rides the unlijle 'Jul feet
lllel Nut llltxllgi.te,
Tho court of Impiiiy to an ei lain lie
cauivo of the Injuries received by Purpoi il
Monk and Priv He Pampbell, at Moberlj,
.Mo, on July 11 li) Hie pri-iuatuie ,! -eliiiigu
of a . aiinuu did not act l.i-t nlktic
it the urntorj' boau-e the full ipint.i .f
ulll lis via. not pit sent e'aptaln I' W.
litmus, ui e ut (he juUev n,b utble 10
lit picint h. in-,' uf sltkn.-- Tin 1 iur.
will cui.vtn. .ib.un I'M t'lll.iy n.ght.
Highest Honors World's Fair,
MOST PERFECT MADE.
K pute Grape Cream of Tail ar Powder. Frwi
iom Ammonu, Alum or any fitlicr adulterant
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
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