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TITTf KANSAS CITY "JOURNAL, MONDAY SEPTEMBER 2? W95.
'AGE OF THE WORKWOMAN.
the i noii I'ltoiu.i-vt nis(mst'.i) uv
ltl.V. CIIAltt.l.S I- Kt.OS.
i Hope CIkmm nml Itctltlont llltltlnni Mill
j Ho Ab,lltieil-t'oncrei;ltlen nf the
by n Mcnin Itnllrr.
nev. Charles t.. KIojs preiched at the
Koilllivvest T.ihermtcle, TuciilvilriU nml
Jefferson street", laxt night, Upon the "I..i
lior Question." Ilev. Klos took ns his
text I. Corlnthlnns, 111:3 "Wc nre labor,
cis toother with Hod." II nald;
"Mr. UtiulMom culls the ultif tootith con
tury the 'Aire of the Worklnmn.tn.' t.ot
us hope thnt the twentieth century will
reveal the true mennlmr of work, will see
no more of clis.en nnd fictitious illvllon,
tint nil nirii he worklnp men, cemented
Into fellow Milp In the one Nnme, nml fed.
crated In the common work of redeeming
the world, Thnt Is the end nnd object of
the Inbor movement.
"I know or no word In the lllble which
can so well be the wntehword ot nil the
hots of labor its the word of thlM text.
Co-operntlon, nnd thnt Is the doctrine of
the tett, Is thcoilllammc of the twentieth
"The labor movement has been a devel
opment In lino with every prent move
ment ot history, nnd lis jet It Is not per
fect, nnd no one could be so foolhardy na
to Indorse nil thnt the labor movement
Implies, at present. There nro innny ex
traneous nnd temporary thlnKs connected
with It. There me many outgrowths which
nro nbsurd, nnd which can commend them
selves to the IntclllRenco uf no thinking
mun, but thee vety eccentricities but
characterize nil progress.
'Trom cnrlkst times there has nlwnys
been such a movement, nnd that Is the
Hist thins to says It Is n movement. It Is
heat generated by centuries of wrong nnd
Injustice. It Is a silent ou-golng of tho
forces to ground and establish the right
eous will of the people. It la not confined
to any one locality or nntlon. Alt men,
Intelligently or blindly, ni'e working out
the grand results of billot's cause. Monop
olies and tiusts, the greed nnd Iniquity of
men, the very blundets of strikes, the mis
takes of over-7.cn Ions labor advocates nil
these things nre oven helping on the move
ment. It Is not n siiinll thing, because fJod
is In It. A Mirvey ot the whole Held gives
occasion for much hopefulness, for never-
were inings ho r.ivor.mie to me movement
as nt the present lime. There Is an nbiind
nnce of discontent, which is not an un
mixed evil Vou cannot reform stupid
self-satisfaction. All the good crops In
the world xx III not take out of human
hearts this discontent, either. Nothing but
Justice nnd equity between man and man;
equality before the law, and equalltj of
opportunity, will ever allay the discon
tent. "Again, there Is the recognition ot the
right to protest, the best way to help an
evil cause Is by keeping silent. There is
nn old legend of the middle ages which
tells of n conflict which a certain man hid
with the devil. lie dievv u chalk line about
him. and taking his position In the circle
with Hlhle In hand was enabled to keep
the devil outside the charmed circle; but
nowadays the case Is reversed;' the devil
Is In the ring of legal enactment, of tlgld
conservatism, of old time precedent, and
puerile contentment with the things wo
have, nnd he delles all good men to attack
"Especially Is the pulpit nked to keep
hnnds off and preach the fiospel, as It the
Gospel did not Include Minnie, shoulder
blows nt every sin.
"Again, what Is more hopeful still, we nro
seeing thnt agitation nnd denunciation of
. sochl wrongs nre not ends In themselves.
A man who would take that position and
simply fulminate against the rich or1
against the successful is in himself one of
the greatest social enemies. We must bo
brave enough to speak out against eveiy
wrong for the purpose of bringing In the
right, and that Is the veiy eneom aging
thing about the status of the movement
nt the present time. W'c have reached tho
const! uetlve era of the movement. It Is
seen now how long and slow was the
process ot the piesent "-acini system, and
how slow, too, must be the sjstem which
Mipplants it. This, then, Is the time of
seed towing, and education, and the rank
nnd file of laboi nre beginning to compie
hend It. Tho most valuable man Just now
In the ranks of l.iboi Is the man who will
tell us how to take the lit st steps In piae
"Another thing vvoithy of note Is the
labor legislation of the past ten yenis,
which has made way for Itself, not by lob.
bles, but by the Inherent light nnd Justice
of the cause. Like a gigantic force this
movement is undeimlnlng lowl Illegiti
mate powei -holding classes and will 101
tinue until there .stnnds In the place of
these false nrehllectuial structuies the
solid houc or laboi.
'Then, too, there Is now helping along n
new political economy, which is taught In
many of the schools, ami It Is one of the
discoveries of the last few yeais, that til"
Bible Is, after nil, the best text book on
tiolltleal economy Novvheio will vou find
such tot i tile deniine latlnn of the sharp
dealing which exploits the weakness and
Ignorance of men, as In the Wirl of Gid
llvei) species of taking ndvantage of our
brother, everv act even or withholding
help when It Is oms to give. Is charietci
ied iih the hlicpht tiling of liiiin.inl 5, ami
hence of (lod, for (iod has 1 h isen through
Christ to Identify Himself with huminltv.
John, the upostlo, ledmis lids economy to
n vcij self-eldent equation Tins lne to
find, minus love to our brother, equals ono
liar Such men as IJIchatd Illy and Pro
fessor neml., who was ivcti,tl tinned out
of the Htandnrd Oil college, of OI1I1 ago are
not so 1 .lie as they usi d to be Til" "O
men ,u o teaching with mighty oonvlitUni
to nn Immense tallowing that thete can
be no progress or mici eH In a national
way unless that progress nml success
squares with tho ethics of the New Testa,
"The movement Is helped along, too, by
n growing litiintiin .lust a f 1 w years ago
the chief books of authority 011 labor qiifs.
tlons could almos-t be counted on the lin
gers of our hand. The works now which
Rive attention to these questions occupy
many pages of n well equipped llbiary
nnd the periodical llteratine of this kind
has Blown nmazlngly livery national
union has its own monthly or .weekly pa
per In no department of literature bus
there heen such prolific netivlty as In la
bor's iuleiest. liven tho novels of iceetit
date nie taking up these questions which
have .so profoundly stlired tho world, mid
giving them wide eliciilathm These nie
Mitllclent to Indicate how well advanced
Is labor's Interest to-dav.
".Second, It Is not only n grent forvvnid
movement It Is n movement togetb r. 'Wi
nre laboreis together ' Many of the labor
oiganlzatlons reeOKiil.o this and call them,
selves rightly 'brotherhoods.' It Is n lee.
ognltlon of the undeilvliur fact of human
existence. Professor Sumner, of Vale col
lege, says that nil we owe our fellow men
Is 'civility.' Man, ns 11 social being. Is not
dependent, but Individual lights nnd Inter
est have swept tho Idea of brotheihood
nwny Thnt Is the doctrine of the Hotten
tot, and n more coldblooded expression of
the teal relation of man to man In our
social llfo It would be haul to find Ami
jet that Is tho philosophy of woildlinctM
to-day What I ma hnve to say, how
ever, to-night, will not be so much to tho
enemies of tho labor movement outside It
ns nn organisation, but of the enemies
within. The man to bo feared, I sa Is
the man within labor circles who falls to
recognUe this great law of brotherhood,
'The labor movement will nlwnys be de
feated il'itll it comes to such recognition,
Tho divisions which exist between or
ganized and unorganized libor, and be.
tween the illffeieut organizations and labor
unions, nre most disheartening. Such nn
exhibition ns will be seen to-morrow In
Ohli'ago, with two labor parades. Is most
unseemly, nnd Is n postrinnement of tho
clay of labor's triumph At first theio was
n si out flsht on the p.iit of mnnv capital
ists ngalnst the organization of labor, but
It Is u Plotter of lejolclns to them to seu
the labor oiganlzatlons if such fheio
must be,, ounrrellng among themselves
A houe divided against Itself I sure to
fall. Not till there Is nn nmalgninatlon of
nil tho hosts of labor in one tol'il plm'nnx
can theio bo hopo of ultimate success. Tho
labor movement stands for unity and
brotherhood, or It stands for nothimr,
"Let It be said then, first, that all work
ing men should bo united agnlpst the man
who will not work; whether he be a hobo
or a millionaire, he Is a parasite, a bum,
nn Incubus. The Hlble sas of him. right,
ly, he ought not to eat. So the tramp buf
fers because he cannot get enough, and tho
other 'ejlovv because he has more dinner
than appetite. That Is nature's way of
compensating the ldlr
"Then the man who will not rise In vvork
Is alto more or less n social enemy, lively
woiklng man should try to make himself
Indispensable in his position, He should
seek to become a better workman day by
day and bring brains to bear to his toll.
Ono of the great tragedies of the whole
question Is that of Incompetency Vou ask
p. man to accomplish something: you de
rlre to help htm, but you tlnd him dread
"Again, that man who works to no good
end; who has not the right motive In work,
Is keeping hit, k the cnii'p of labor The
man who spends on himself selfishly whnt
should go for other Interests Is nn enemy
of the brotherhood of mnn Man has three
fold wnnt, those of the body, thos. of tho
mind, nnd thoe of the higher t-plrltiml life.
A very little will itlfj phjsicnl want".
It takes n good denl more to sntlfy Intel
lectnal nniblllon', ami the Held l practi
cally Illimitable as you rle In the spiritual
"So Hint mnn ! n 0cl.1l rnemy who
spends nil hi lime nnd strength to mtlfy
hl bodllv want, or who live on th.it low
plane. We nj the libor movement means
more lelture nnd better w.igc, but often
onto would nhup tho gratuities of leis
ure, nnd beltir wages would menu more
debiuclimrnt of their manhood. I nienn to
"' bj this that no man enn be a ft lend
of the labor movement until he seeks 10 e
cum to every other wotklng mnn life, lib
erty and the ptirult of hnpplne. And
life does not mean Mintilj nnlinil life; lib
erty doe not menu lleene, and the pur
suit of happiness is not the grntlllcatlon of
the Itlsts of the ileh The libor movement
Is hanrlleipped bemuse II Is not n fritter
hltv, This doctrine or the text must be
preached nnd preiiehid again until every
Inggnrd hn come Inlo line and the labor
ing movement stands ns a solid phnlnnx
filled up with strong, bralnv spiritual men,
nnd In the mnjestv or their manhood de
mands what Is their legitimate right
"Third It Is not only a movement to
gether; It Is a religious movement. We nre
lnleorers together, with tlod. In Knglnnd
there has been n growing recognition of
the religious character of the cause. .Jesus
Christ was nn lneesml toller, lie wild:
'Mv rather vvorketh hllherto. and I work,'
nnd Clod's work lor mnn will not ceae un
til the lot prodigal comes home. The
movement Is a question or morals before It
Is anv other question. The Protestant
church has two sin r.imrnts, the. t'ltholle
church has even, and every man who Is
n co-partner with Clod has 11 thousand, It
he hns one
"livery species of toll, no nutter how
lowly or how humble It may be, should be
n rncriuuent. Ood meant It should be so.
There are otne nvn who hale work. To
mom it can never be anything holj. Jesus
Christ gave Ills disciples nn example ot
how to work, lie performed the most men
ial not; it tnsk nllotted to the humblest
-live, nnd lie did fills, lie ald, to give
them nn example. Thus He forever put u
premium upon toll He showed that the
motive In labor could ledeem tno meanest
and commonest occtipitlon. In order to
know how to co-operate- with one nnolher
we have the only perfect example In the
clnraeter and teaching ot Jesus.
"An.v libor scheme which iloes not wlng
around the example nnd teaching of Jesus
Is Ijound sooner or later to come to 11 night
' 1 have lead some of the t.eriniin, I'rench
nnd l.ngllsh soclul llteiature, nnd have
come back with much relief to the New
Testament. When thev nie nil elone, let us
hear the enrpenter of Nnznreth He l the
one perfect example of btotherhood. If we
recnll n number or Instance, both In his
example and teaching, we will sec if this
Is not o: He gave us thoe two centril
lenchlngs, without which no brotherhood
s possible: Pirst. tho tlnlilon llnln. nml
then 'Thou shalt love thy neighbor ns thy
self,' nnd If you will nnnhze carefully his
treatment of ills own disciples you will
see how He helped them to seir-help and
dependence upon (loci Ami then, most
remarkable or nil, how He directed their
attention to those who must needed help
the sick the homeless, the poor nnd the
wretched nml sinning outcast.
"Them can be no aristocracy In lnbor.
The labor movement Includes nil skilled
iiicehnnlc nnd n gteat nrrnv of Incom
petents, but how sublime it will be to give
the world a Hpect.icle of brotherhood Ilv
er grent movement In the world' hlstoiv
that hns gone to mean the redemption of
mankind hns sprung from the people, and
Just as ceitulnly as the grent wot Id forces
and Ideas brought Into existence n Napol
eon, so all this illscnsslon nnd practice or
ftatetnltj In the cans,, of labor Is going
to pioduce a great leader some elaj" who
is going to lead the hosts to gii'.it nml cer
tain vleloij- It can be repeated, however,
that nothing stands In the waj of this
btotherhood but sin. This Is rather old
fashioned doctrine, and probably what vou
would expect n preacher to snv, but there
Is no escaping It
"Onlj seitlshness and greed and Ignoring
the lights of our brothers can postpone
labor's tilumph, and seitlshness can exist
uiuler a suit of homespun just ns well as
under n suit of bioodcloth Theie Is but
one remedy foi seitlshness, nnd thnt Is the
application to everv Individual lire ami the
affairs of men of the gospel of our Lord.
"The labor movement Is not prim irllv a
war on capital: it is simply n demand that
capital be ested In the produce is, And
mote, it Is 11 demind thnt tin laborer who
pioduce s should be wotthv of the vest
ment Hence It Is not tltst .1 movement for
better laws, better wages and moie leisure,
though It Includes nil of then It is pri
mal lly .1 Blent moril and religious move
mint for the leallyntion ot the law we
nlic.idy have the" law of btothei hood.
"This lb the sublime tnsk glen to eei
man who wink, ililiir In hand or bialn.
Our selllsbne-s maj postpone, it can mver
stop, the coming of the leign of ilghtenus
ness. Christ's m'ssion ,.m the establish
ment of a kingdom wheieln th laws, ieg
nant In heaven should hold and obtain.
No woik 1:111 be hone-t or permanent that
Is other than woik together with nod In
realization of this aim To this, the end
and object of the laboi movement, maj we
pledge our all "
DISTURBED THE SERVICES.
'I ho Pastor nml C'oiigreg illoll of the Soiitb-
wctt 'luberline In Aiinoe'il liy 11
Tins servlces.it the Southwest tabernacle,
Tweutj-llist and .lelferson streets, were
gro.uly distill bod jesttldaj b the) putllng
and blowing of a large steam toller, which
was at woik all day, rolling Twentj-.flrst
sheet, which Is being mnridnmled fiom
Southwest boulevaid to West Prospect
place. The toller, which belongs to A. C.
Mills, ran up and down bifoie the church
dining the entire afternnon, much to the
disgust of the t hmcligoi is.
So great was the confusion during Sun
dn school that the pnsior could hardly
make himself he ml, and the trustem of
the chinch Wiiit to No. 3 police station
to have the noi-e stopped or to cause the
airest of the continitni, J. J McOovern
They weie told that the only law covering
the ofiense was a mate law, regarding
Siindty woik, and that the police had
nothing to do with it.
M'i)ii:.v di:. 1 11.
I'dnnrd Ihiggims Palls Upon 11 Sidewalk
mid I xplres Without sp0iiMiiB,
ridwaid llnggns.s, a plumbei living at No
EU Charlotte street, becnnii txhausred
fiom hemorihnge of the lungs jeslcnlay
afternoon at 2 o'clock on the bldewalk In
front of Mieis' drug store, No, 5Ji! Inde
pendence nvenue, and b-foio restoratives
could be administered tn him, illed. Thn
cause of his death Is supposed to havo
been consumption, aggravated by over
exertion. fngg.iss had beep In poor health for sotuo
time, and until three weeks ago was In St
Miugaret'h hospital. In Knnsns City, Kns.
Since being removed from the hospital he
has been at home, Though barely ubh.
to wnlk he went jesterduj afternoon to
call upon Miss l,uu Ktumsrson, a young
lady fill-nil, living nt Sixth mid Holmes
stiucts, w.hoic- he stajed about an hour.
l.eavIUB there he went with a friend to
Dr. Mleis' drug stoic, where he ilimik n
glass ot soda water Aflei drinking Ihu
soda water, .Mr. Ilnggasa, aucoinp.inlid by
his fileiid, left tli" ding stoic and started
lo crosK tho btieet. At tho edgo of tho
sidewalk llnggass said he was feelinir
weak and immediately sank down, n
stream of blood tlowlnir fiom his mouth.
U was at once assisted to a seat ill tho
drug store and expired without speaking a.
w 01 d.
Police Surgeon I.andon nirlveil in few
moments with the patrol wagon ipou
finding Unggass bejoml all luininn 1, til
ephoiicd for un undei inker's nmbul.,iee, in
which tho remains we-io remuved to tho
tnmlly home on chnrlotte street.
The deceased had b-en a resident of Knn
sas City for sixteen yeais and was kiiivvn
by 11 large number of fi lends. Ho came to
Kansas City with his pit cuts fiom Indian
npolls, Ind Deputy Coroner Wheeler wld
not hold an Inquest over tho remains of
Short liiti-naU of IN u c u
Only are vouchsafed to nerves vyenk and
unstrung, but when It Is braced up and
soothed by Hostettei's Stomach. Hitters,
perfect tranquility leigns night uud day
tluoughout tho nvrvous tjstem, JS'civous
ness is usually a manifestation of chtonto
djspepsla, a disorder to the relief of which
tho Hitters s peeullaily adapted. In tin
genci.il vigor begotten ot eompleto diges
tion and usblmllatlan, two functions aided
by this auxiliary of health, the nerve, of
course shale. Nervous people should us
It stcaililj, not at uncertain Intervals. The
bilious and ioi.nlln.ited. mid those troubled
with malaila, ihcuuiutlsm and kidney
tiouble, nlbo derive unspeakubUf benellt
from it. The Ufc-cd mid luilrm 11 ml that It
tends greatly to lessen' their physical
troubles, and per&ons tlowlj recovering
stie-ngtli ufter an exhausting lllnvss con
valesce more rapidly when Tt is resorted.
to. It is, moreover, a capital appetizer.
PLENTY OF DROPS TO DRINK,
The tlrenl liiiulnj- ( losing spasm nf Ite-
form taiels In it I Instil, to the Mil.
Iiilllnllnii of the I'ollre Itemrel
-A llluff Hint Pullrd.
If there was a man In Knnns City who
really wanted a glass of whlskj, berr, wlno
or brandy jesierdny nnd didn't get It ho
wns certainly a stranger, or he recently be
canif .1 reldent or (he city. 1'or had he but
known It thete were side and reir door to
every nloon and thej were open. If the
rniin who re illy wanted a drink mid didn't
get It had only known thnt behind thee
drawn front door curtain there stood n
white npmned bartender, readj to hnnd out
whatever was delieel, he might have gone
to his Kin.i home, or even lo hi dwell
ing right heie In Kanns City, well
"lagged," nnd seeing two moon InMe.id of
one. The barkeeper was there, ready to
mix the insidious cocktail, or. In fuel, any-
ing that Is known to his "profession."
and so ends the order nf Kansas City'
board of police commissioner". Instend of
controlling the saloon men, with the ulti
mate intention of holding the board' pow
er over their head as a political club, that
worthy organization llnds ltelf to-day com
pletely humiliated and pricllenlly In the
powr or the men whom It thought lo rule.
When llovernor Stone completed his ap
pointments nnd constituted the Kansas
I'lty board of police ciimniI?lonois, these
gentlemen mule It known, In the presence
of reisirters ns well ns others, thnt any
order the bo ird might Issue would be car
ried out to the letter nnd would stand ab
solutely until revoked Almost Immediately
niter the rcorgnulziition or the police rotce
the town was unusually em prised mid
church people blghlj gratified to
lenm that the Ilemocratlc board or police
commissioners had lu"d nn order that nil
saloons shonldM loed tight upon the
Sibbith ilnj. Tli order further stated that
the penalty for the violation of this order
In addition to a nolle e court line, should bo
the forfeiture of the guilty one's license.
The Dirt Sund,' after the older was given
It appean d lh the saloon men Intended
to obey the irStlulnte to the letter. There
weie but two'lor three arrests The pro
prietors were brought befon Judge Jones
and given the usual Sunday selling line.
About the station, and among those who
claimed to lm close to the commissioners,
there wen wisp he-id shakings and rumors
that those violators would sufler In the
wav the Ixi.ird had Indli-ated.
Prom Siimlav to Sunday thn nrrests In
crease el. finally the whole affair assumed
such 11 farcical appearance that one
S.iturilnj", bj n strange coincident t, both
members happened to be In town at the
same tlinu. It was then that an order
was Issued that about twentj- saloon men
Including ,1 number of prominent Demo
cratic ward workers should appear before
the board and show cause whj their li
censes should not be revoked. Itesolu
tlons were adopted by a nunilii r of church
societies, commending the board and chief
of police for their noble woik.
As vs. is anticipated, the licensed saloon
keepers were never given n hearing Their
cases weie postponed until the following
Monday, and then whj. Mr. Shellej" had,
of eouise, gone to New Vork
In the meantime. Chief It win wis at
tempting tn the best of his ability, with un
extreme! rrnnll police fore e, to cart out
the orders nf his supcilor olllieis Men
were detailed 111 citizens' clothes to enter
the dltferent resorts, obtain evidence and
maku ni rests when the board' orders
weie being violated In one mo an of
ficer was sent to the saloon of e-Cotincll-m
111 A. P. FoIpj, I', lull til and Walnut
streets, to seie a warrant. No sooner had
he made his mission known than he was
jumped upon lv the bartender and some
of the hangeis-on nnd lii'.iten In a dis
graceful manner. It wits neeesarj" for a
brother cfllcer to break open .1 secetnd side
door aid come to the assistance of the
ofllcer of the" law This saloonkeeper's case
l.s now hanging Hie in court. The
commissioners, however have not, as fur
as the public knows, bo much as noticed
The coinmlssloneis' order concerning the
I losing ot saloons has never been 1 evoked,
and vet the thirsty citizens can get
anv thing to drink upon the Sibbath from
II bottle of pop thiough the cahndar of
gin Ilzes, beer, and up to a drink of N01 th
end "fort j jard."
Itoiv of Prime llw filings oil IfnlttiCH
street Nellly DcHtroleil ! Plre.
A row of the frame dwellings on Holmes
stieet, between Twentj -llfth and Twentj--slxtli
streets, was nlmost totally destroje-d
by fl'u jesterdaj inclining at f o'clock.
The Hie was tlrt illscoveied In the house
at No to;ii Holmes stieet, and before the
nlnrm guild be tinned In to No. 17, at the
corner ol Thlrtj -Ilrst and Holmes- streets,
the building was wrapped In fl lines and the
adjacent houses weie fast being consumed.
The Hie department lespomltd to the call
and succeeded In keeping tho lire under
control. W. R. ltoll, who occupied the
house wluqe the lire was enlglnally illscov
eied was absent with his f.imllj In Qulncy,
III., anil the cause is not known.
The houses weie owiie'd bj the Pol ts
inouih Plre Iiisuinnie Compinj and the
tJianlte State Pile Insurance Company, of
Portsmouth, N. II., and nie under stood to
have been Insured. The loss on the houses
will not amount to more than $2."i"0. The
parties living In the houses all sintered the
ios, ol tltelr furniture, which wis, with one
exception, without Insniance Mr. Curtis
and Milton See 01 estimate their loss nt
.rtJ, no liisiiiance, .Mr, ltoll, loss $J,'J), no
Insurance : It It Daniels, loss J.'UO, no In
surance W. II. Hutellne, loss $lfi, fully In
stiled. The houses were built eight jears ago nt
a cost of tl.G'H) iM, h, ami were under the
agency of II II Phelps, of ."i)7 American
link building Waiter C. Hales lepiesetits
the insui.tncu companies which owned the
a i'aim'ui. i:,pi'ijii:.m'i:.
Ilddlt) Holies Palls Whllo Attempting to
.fiiliip ('pern a Car.
IMdle Howes, who lives on Drlpps street,
near Nineteenth, Jumped 011 a south bound
Summit stieet car at Twenty-llrst nnd
Summit stieets jeste'id.ij aftet noon for the
purpose of stealing a ilde, Tho conductor
started for him and he Jumped off and
struck on his face. The condiu tor carried
the boj , who was iiiicoiislIoiis, to the
Southwest boulevard polh - station, where
lie was soon 10vlvt.1l. He lelt the htailju
promising 10 have stieet cats alonu heic
.iftoi. lieiiths and PiiniTiiirt.
The Infant d.iiishtt r of Michael Allen,
living at Independence nnd l.jdU avenues,
died Saturday night of fever, and will bo
but lid to-daj nt 2 p. 111. Ill St. Miirj's ceiu
eietv. The funeral will bo held lit tho
Augusta M l.ctzlg, of 1117 Main stieet,
died Saturdiij nigh!, and will be burled
to-d.ij nt J p. m in I'nlon cemctiij. The
deceased was tS: years of age,
John II. Summer, need 1 jear and 3
months, living In tho Hast buttoms, tiled
jcsteidnj. and will be burled to-duy at 10
a. in. In I'nlon ceiuett rj.
The death of J. Wi lib .Men ton, of Ceil
tropolls, Mo., was lecoideil jisteiilay fiom
fever. Tho n-'inJliM will be shipped to-tl.ij
to Strattoii. Neb., for burial, and will ho
ace ontpanleil by members of tho family.
Tho ih?ctMseil was a ji.us old, nml at the
tlmo of his death was bookkeeper for the
Missouri Piog and Ciosslug Cornpauj, at
Pioni a letter written by Ilev .1 Oundcr
min, of Dimondnle, MUh, we me per
mitted to inako this extract: "I have no
hesitation 111 leeoniinciiillng Dr. King's
New Discovery, as the results Welti almost
maivelous in the case if mv wile- While
I was pastor of the) Baptist Church tit
Hives Junction she was brought down
with Pneumonia succeeding l.a Oilppe.
Tciilblet paioxjsms of coughing would
list I null's with Utile intutiuptlon nml
It beamed as if she could not suivlvo them.
A ft lend loeommeirded Dr. King's New
Discover: It was quick In its woik and
highly sntlstautoiy In icsults" Sold by
H. C, Arnold, diugglst, northwest coiner
Pifth and Main streets; J. tiillllths, Palace
dtug stotte, uoitlivvtbt turner .Main and
Twelfth stitcts; redcim.inn .V. HalUr,
Diamond ding store Ml Main stlce-t.
ltcgular sUe, We uud it,
Pui.lpcil I'i'iim u shcillT.
Tho police weio notlllnl yesterday to be
on the lookout for Albert Smith, a tiustj',
who escaped from the shcrlfl of Platte
county, at Platte Cltj, Satuiday. He Is
descilbed as being Hi j earn of age, large,
and ot bandy complexion. He is wanted
for horse steallm.-.
Many persons keep Curler's I.lttlo Liver
Pills on hand 10 prevent bilious attacks, sick
headache, UWluess, uud 'Und thou Jimt, what
BEFORE THEHORSE SHOW,
The Shetland Ponies Attracted tlrrnt At
leiitlon nt Pnlriiinuul Ve-lerila)
.Vtnrn Him s s,dd.
Mr, P I Johnson, of o-kiloos.1, ICn ,
arrived nt ,nlrll1onn, irk Saturday with
his herd of Shetland pun 1 s which Is, in
compiuy with several ollnr similar herds,
lo be one of the nttt,trtln nt tho annual
fnncj horse show, vv libit begins to-morrow,
Yesterday the pohl, In Id full sway
at the park. In the herd Is Marquis, 2$
Inches high; H.tll Duke, -t, indie high;
Jrttk Star, 3S Inches high, Murl, 3S Inches,
nnd Prince Holland, who Is the unlj luno
strain of spotted ponies In the Shetland
Winona nnd Queen, two of the handsom
est or the ponies, are to be exhibited nt the
show hitched tandem niH driven ns a polo
team Their llttb wagons are the cutest
Imaginable, .nul veterdaj Mis I'tank Wil
cox anil Ml Nenl S. Doi in spirit ptrt of
the morning driving about Hie park behind
'iieeu 111111 jaeit niitr, .uomer pieitv mu
llein team Is composed or Swanhlll and
Sweetheirl, ,M Inchon high.
Hundred or people viewed the ponies
yesterday nml niaiij or the children vviie
permuted lo 1 limb upon Hit Ir li.n k Mas
ter Willord Tart was also at Hie park vis
teld.lj With Ills two pteltv 111 I It ponies,
llotneo and Juliet, which lie will exhibit
In the show. To-dnj J Muiriv Hong, nf
Maquoketii. In, will mrlve with n palace
car of Shetland, leeltnd mid Welsh ponies,
nnd Thonln ami Chrlsnian Swopi. of In
dependence, will bring a lot In all, there!
will be close lo Km, and the most cnmiilcti)
show lug ever mndo In the coitiitrj.Wi'ilueH
day aftei noon will be Shetland afternoon.
Among the other nrilvals at the patk
Jestetday was Atttst Montrose, the fatiiou
mliller, winner of the world's fair sweep
stakes. He ts owned lit A P Wvekoff, or
Appleton Cltj. Mo., nnd will be ridden bv
Jen" Hrldgford, or Paris, Mo. who won the
prize as the best gentleman rider at the
great fair. Artist Is a beautiful horse, mid
will exhibit each afternoon nml evening.
Madam Mnrautelle nnd her celebt lied
horses, Plletnaker. Ilvergreen and iVood
Inwn, also m rived jesterd.iv evening end
took up quarters at the park at least, Hie
horses did. Pllemnkei Is a Jumbo, ami ban
a n 1 ortl of 7'ii feet. The .Marantelle com
bination will exhibit every arteruoon nml
The Third Ileglment bond will play dur
ing the entire show. Last night the bun
dled new an lamps were turned on, nml
worked splendldlj, milking tho grounds us
light ns daj.
Mr. Prank Paxon nnd Mrs. Prank Coop
er are the latest to take boxes ibr the show
nnd there me now but verj" few remain
ing. The opening of the show to-morrow aft
ernoon and evening promises to be a bril
MRS, JOHANNA O'HARE DEAD.
She Was the Mother of 'Incite Cbllilre'ii,
All of Whom s.mlti Her Hurst
11 Hlimtl Vcs-cl,
Mrs. Jnhnnnn O'llare. wire oT John
O'Hare and mother or Detective An
drew O'llute-, tiled ycHte rday afternoon at
2 o'clock at the family home. No. H-11 Penn
street, the direct cause of her death being
the rupture of a blood vessel at the base ot
Mrs. O'Hme had been watching over the
bedide of a sick daughter for several
eliijs and had contracted a severe cold,
which settled In her head. Saturday night
while conversing with members of her
family on the front por"h, she was seized
with n severe coughing sp,.) vvhlcli was
so violent its to render htr unconscious
She was nsslsteil Into the house, mid a
phjslel.tn was called, who, upon Investiga
tion, discovered the lupture of a blood ves
sel nt the base of the hriln. She tlld not
return to consciousness hi fore she tiled.
Mis O'Hare was Gs veais old and the
mothei of a family of twelve children,
st ven ulilfi nnd live lioj s, all of whom sui
vlve her. She was a native of Cork, Ire
land, but had been a iisldent of Kansas
Cltj foity jears. She married .Mr O'Hare
In Kansas t'ltv and all the children weie
bom and r.ilstd heie.
She was a lifelong member of the Cath
olic church, attending S' 1 v i, t s at the Ca
thedral, on Hlevcnth mil lliiiadwaj, from
win nte she will bo burl- I In St Mary's
cemeterj Tuesday morniiic. at D o'clock.
EN ROUTETO DENVER.
Leading Druggists of 1 lie Country Sp, m a
I'iiii Hours In the I'll -I'm crlnlm l
at the H.iusiiH 1 itv Club
A large party of the leading wholesale
druggists of the United States passed
through Kansas Cltj- jeslenlnv, on their
way to Denver, 10 attend the t,enty-slxth
National Wholes ile Druggists' convention,
which opens Tin sd, iv. Tin re were over
thirty men In the p.iity. r. picsmtlng nil
or the lurge films uf New V 01 It, Chicago.
Indianapolis, Cliu innull, Louisville uml
other cltlts The vlsltois slopped In
Kansas Cltj- nveial hours, mil took break
fast at the Kansas e it Club ihe guesia
of the Woodwuid-I'ixou nml i:ans-Ciall.i-gher
di tig loinpiiii. s Then thej were
placed In tariliges and ill Iv ill around the
cltv. All of the points of Interest were
visited, nnd the i-ltors left for Denver
nt 11 o'clock, gientlj pleased with K.tnsus
HHATH (IP .IOsLI'II TIl'ltXAN.
W'lis a Kesblent nf St. I.otiU mi.t a Hrother
of I'le-iilent Tlenillll
Word wits rocelvtd hero jesterdaj- of the
death In St. Louis nf Joseph Tieriiau, a
well known teal i-tue man of that city,
fiom the effects 01 1 surgical operation
pci fanned a mouth igo. Since the opera
tion he had been an Inmate of the Mullan
pby hospital, and his death occurred thci-.
The deceased was 1 brothei of Peter If.
Tleimn, pteslthnt of the upper house nf
tin council, and of 'he bo.itd of public
works, of this t It x Mr. Tleinin was with
Ills brother at tie ilme of his death He
spent ten daj-s In Si Louis with him at
the time of the 01 1 ition, and left him
with the hope of his lecovt'U Last Kil
dnv he was tailed tn St. Louis ag lin by a
message idling ol 1 seilous tin 11 in the
condition of the si, k man, mid he has
tened lo his bedside mil was with him ror
noini tlmo prior to his deith.
The deceased was a prominent cltlen of
St Louis and bad been Identified with the
lu.il estate business there for many years.
SI.ASIIHII Willi A U.VOI
llmijnn Vent Her Anger Upon
Pnriiioi- I'rleiid, Vlnn llroun.
Vina Urown, or 1711 West Tllghth street,
and Sue Hanjon h ivo not been good
friends of 1 ito. So when Sue called upon
Vim vosferdav afternoon ,1 quarrel ensued
and the icsiill of this w.ih that the Ilrown
woman was brought to police heodquatteih
With a razor cut about four Inches long
ntievsh het back and another across tho
right side of Ihe head. Her wounds weie
pew i"d up. She was then sent home. Tho
Hanyon woman was locked up.
W. fl Prye, St. Louis, I3 at the Coates.
W. J. Ci.ilbienth, Onuha, s at tho Coatos.
J. P. Sllfer, Phll.idelplda, Is nt tho
W. D, Lovell, Port Worth, is at the
P. 11, Ames, San I-'ranclsco, is at the
W. L. Itotich, Muscatine, Iu Is ut tho
L. O Scott, New York, Is at tho Coates.
W P. Harbor, Si. Paul, Is at tho coates.
W. M, LIllIbrldKC, Detroit, Is at tho
S. 13. Hopkins, Milwaukee, Is at tho
Judge Prank Doner, of Million, Kas U
In th city.
John Kirk, Jefferson City, Mo.. Is nt tho
N. P. C.allahb'er, Mound Cltj', Mo., Is at
the Hotel Victoria
J lllggs, St. Louis, Mo,, is at the Hotel
Ch.ules Dowers, Cincinnati, O., is at tho
James II. Pratt, Neosho, Mo., Is at tho
L. P. Sheldon, Sedalla, Mo., ia at tho
Mai tin Dolphin, Topeka, Kas Is at tho
jr. Jl. Mlnnehun. of Sumruerflt-ld, Kns,,
Is at tho New Albany,
A. D. llutler, of Hutchinson, Kas., was at
the New Albany jesterdaj-,
J. A. McCuiry, of Jloberlj, JIo., is at the
W. N, Martin, or Kmporla, Kns., Is reg
istered at Hit New Albanj.
D. I . Xoss, of Clentrj-, Ark., Is at tho
llx-Congressmnn Jerry Simpson, of Kan
shs. vvhu will speak dining the Labor day
exercises nt Kalrmouut park to-daj, Is ut
the Iilossom house
Mr. S. Cronln, travcllns auditor of the
Mlssouil Pdcllio bjstenr, and W. T. Pisher,
his assistant, were at the Savoy jesterdaj-.
Jlr. and JIrs, Peter JlcCourt. of Denver,
were ut the. Coates House jebtcrduv.
OF INTEREST TO STOCKMEN,
t'ttl'.U CHUN CM Sl-.i A IlltOP IN Till.
Now In lii an Cent IVrCwl, Lower limn n
Month Ago -1 Inn Crops In Mill
Ursula At Hie arils
With Mi I,,
The orreel of the big corn crop on tho
piice of hogs I plalnlj shown In the down
vvntd course of valuen, which nro l.',ff2,",
per cwt. lower than 11 month ngo. And
oven at present prh e hogs are relatively
higher than coin, and more than twice ns
high, compnred with the . outrun price of
new corn In Kansas mid some pari of Mis
souri. II Is snld Hint new coin Is selling ns far
Routli ns Dallas, Tex., at NeV pet bushel,
while In Karta It I being freely contract
ed nt lee. With Mich a corn crop as now ma
turing nnd the cheapness of com, It is
not surprising that hog price should move
Mr, Jeff Itrldgfoiil, Purls, Mo, nrrlved
Satin dnj with hi fancy blatk gelding,
Indian Hoy, which will be entered In tho
fanry hots,, nhow nt l-'alimotltit park.
The South Pnknt.i steer Hint sold hero
fhe middle or last week nt 11.80, killed out
well. The Armour got some of them uml
report Hint thej netted oS pounds to thn
hundred and made very good beef. It Is
hardly up to that fiom rornled fleers,
but better than thnt from Southwest grass
Doc D.iv, the Little Tex. is ranehnian.wns
In the city S.ilnrdaj. lie has given up
his California fruit growing, and has gone
back Into the citlle business. He has hut
a good deal of hard luck the pist few
Jim is, but savs he l.s veiling enough to
stmt our again and tn iki another fot
tune, and his friend say his pluck and
Judgment will carry him through lo suc
J. C. Lnlspelch, Veinon county, Mo, got
feedeis here Saturday.
Majet J. 11 Walte. of Ihe (leorgo It
Harse Live Stock Commission t'ompiny.
Is luick from .1 two mouths' vacation at
Lake Mlltona, Minn, lie sajs he never
befcii c had a much good llshlng In Ills
life. Nothing bin lilick bass bit at bis
hook, while Judge Tinner A (.III onlv
caught muscnllonges. Thev lived off these
game tlh ami brought back a Hue stock ot
Crops In Minnesota are said to be very
fine, wheat, emts nml grass till ninklng
good vlelds, nml In lown, where eveiythlng
w.iH burned up bv the drouth list ve.11,
nre bountiful crops and the country looks
us blight and fiesh ns n spitng inclining.
J M Wilson, Llino, Tex, wns up Sat
urday with cuttle
Hindu Hios, Law son, Mo, had In cat
tle and hogs Satuiday
J 15. Il.ivs. olivet, Kas., came In Sit
urdaj with cattle.
W. A. Porsytlie. Pleasant Hill, Mo, was
nt the jnnls Sitttrduj with cattle
George M Powell. Superior, Neb, was
heie Siturd-iJ-, with cattle and hogs.
C N Molander. Asirl.i, K.ts., had In
John Lai sen, Itandolph, Kas., came In
Satin d.iv with c tttle
Sim Clitbert'l. Inol.i, I. T, was In Satur
ilav. having come up to spend Sunday,
lie s.ivk cattle .lie doing well and the bulk
have jet to be run fiom his section.
I II1P.V l.s sl'll.l
Seiernl Hiilldings Hulered During Saturdiiy
Mgbt nml siiiuiiiv lliirnlng,
A. J Payne, living nt 1.110 Choi ry street,
reported to the police jesterdoy morning
that hi house was entered by burglars
Soturdiy night, who stole $11 0", trom his
V Arnolds, or 1122 Wvandotte street. went
to the police station jesteidav morning and
leported that burglors hid enteied his
house some time during Sunday morning
and taken a gold watch and chain, a bunch
of kejs and "i cents.
The store of S Pox, at 1111! Penn street,
was entered S.ituidiy night and four twen-tv-llve
pound suits of Hour, one box of
cigarette and two Jirs of preserves stolen.
The lobbery was repoited to the police
M 11, Hudson, manager of the Coates op
en house, reporti'd fo the police jesterdaj
thnt his born, situated between Kansas
City and Indepenih-n e, was broken Into
Sai Hid 1 j night ami four ets of buggy har
ness stolen. Tin re Is no clue to the thieves.
si.cui.r socin n.s.
The otllclnl school of Instruction of the
Independent Ordei of odd Pellovvs or Mis
souri, for the benellt of the ofllcer und
mi tubers or subordinate lodges ot ihe mute,
will open In this cltv to-night nt Odd Pel
lows' hull, corner or Twelfth unci Cheny
stic its, and continue tluoughout the
wick, meeting nt diffeipnt pint 1 s ns shown
In the piogrnmnie printed below. Tho
s hool will be under the direction of the
grand master ind grand le tuier of the
garni lodge of the I. O. O. p. of Hie state
or Missouri. 'I lie progi amine is ns fol
Monday night, at Twelfth and Cherry
stri"ts Initiator v degree, Itldgely lodgo
di gree staff; ilrst dogtec, I'nlon lodge de
T1itsd.1v, D n. in. to 1.', nt Twelfth nnd
C'hirrj streets I'nwiltteii work.
Tuestlav night, at Twelfth and Cherry
.streets Second dtgree, llldgelj' lodge de
Kiee stalf, third degree, I'nlon lodge ele
git e stuff
Weilm s.lny afternoon nnd evening, at
Twillih and Cheirj stteels Pnwrltten and
Hour woik, degree of Itebekah
Tbilisi!, iv, i a, m lo I.', at Missouri ave
nue and Main street Pnw iliten vvork.
Thursday night. .11 Thirty-Hint and
Holmes stre. ts Puwiltten woik.
Pildaj morning and night, at Missouri
aviinie and Main stuet I'nwrllten vvork.
Situulav. ! n tn to 1.', at .Missouri ave
nue anil Main stre. t Pnwrltten wink.
Sat11rd.1v night at Missouri avenue and
Main street Opt n mooting for Odd Pel
lows and friends.
Am lent Oidei t'nlteil Workmen.
Deputy District Oram! Master Woikman
Hradb v wielded tht gavel it the meeting
of It.illroid Ohott lodge No US Soturdiy
evening, and under Ihe good of tin order
nblj and eloqui ntly refuted the s.n'ntlan.il
dispatches fiom Chicago, published In tho
1 veiling pipe is, that the A. O, P W, was
on the verge of lunkiuptev and disinte
gration. Considerable Indignation was
111 inlfested by all pit sent that nidi Insi
less rumors should be eliculated broadcast,
to the possible detriment of one ot the most
subst intl ll and benelleent fraternal Insti
tutions In tXlsfc in e
The latest avallablo statistics at ham! go
to show that the orde-i was never in a
more nourishing condition financially and
numerle-allj than at the present time.
Hence the oilgln and morivo of the Chicago
dlsp itches Is Fotmwhat of a mysteiy
Among tilt visitors were Oencral P W.
Averill, C. II Pl.rte, Itowlej and William
Stalk After a long and onjoj.iblo meeting
the lodgo closed.
Hon W. C. HdvvanK secretary of state
of Kansas, was at the- Iilossom house jes
terdtj, together with the other members
of the celebrated Cuvote. Club, of Lained,
Kas The ilub had bet 11 attending the (!,
A It. reunion ut llaxter Springs and fur
nlshlng music for the occasion. The club
was prominent In the last campaign uml
gained mi enviable pionilin lice for Its 1 f
lettle work. There 1110 fifteen men In the
When 5 nn Milter from sblc henilnulie, dz.
rlnesa, cousllpJtlon. etc, remember Carter'
Ltltla Liver PlIU will ridluve you. Quo pill u
thinned dally In
secure packages by
aUOItUU HYSSDLL. Drmri-lst
Opposite waiting louin. Union depot,
The Ileal Kstato and Stock exchange
members will dim ut the .Midland to-morrow
evening. It Is the regular monthly
meeting unci dinner.
There will bo a meetlmr of tho Door or
Hope iniiiiasers at the. Midland, Tuesday
afternoon at 2 o'clock,
A bursted' steam pipe In the building at
the northwest corner of Hlghth and Wjnn
dotto btite-ts railed out the lire department
yesterday afternoon at a o'clock. There
was no damage,
The lite depuitmerrt was called yesterday
ntteruoon tu K'Ju Locust stieet, where 11
dwelling occupied by J, T. Pope had
caught lire from a defective flue. Tho
llaiuts were subdued vvithuut loss to the
William Spears, of Arkunsas, and Wjlle
Slakelj. of Paola, Kas.. called 'on City
Plijslclan WaLson yesterday and requested
treatment for fever. After examining the
two men. the physician ordered the ambu
lance' arret had them taken to the city hog-Dltal.
Will He Adjourned In Allow Ihe Htutcts
nnd llelrgntet to Atlind the
I. ilior Hut l.t, ri li.
Delegates to tho on nil in of Ihe Jtrrr
national tlrolhe rbood or ltlacksmlth- n
arilvlng In the eitj, aril Indiciums 1 in
ti a I. Hue mtcndnlici an I nn Inter, l
gntlii ring wlin the Ilrst session open t
hinrinvv. The s, slon was to have n, ic 1
to-dav, but lnamu.!i It l l.ilo- I v
the ginml ofllcer nn 1 deletrntes wl'l .it n I
the eVeiTIe In 11 bedj nml drlny tie 1 lr
ventloti rot-n dv. The y l Hove h 1 tn '
good tnnj be 1 ntupllsfied in J0I1.I r wll
the celebrants or the da nnd ml Hi 1- ti
everj wny 10 II Importnnce.
(Irand Seetetary Torn ilr.ihnm of li b
lo. rnlteil to arrive Vesteidiv as wi . x
Peeled. He toleitt tphed tl-nt h" wi 1
l.iyi d one dnv Ioiik r In t. nver .o'i I w u '
not reneh llie eltv until this in 'i
There nte ovoiitt oilier f the -11" i
rtorn the West who are leuultnr h wir'
him to the ooiiventlon. Tb" dilog,iis wio
are present now reptonit n wl-le str 1 '
of counlrj, and tltelr prompt air vnl snow
thai thej fulls ttppmhrte Ihe Imiornim
of the gathering Among the numb r win
ntrlieil yestcrdav Wen John J M elder
or St Louis, .1 f: lllarkburn, of Houston
Tex., David Hrli e, of t'hb ngo; J A flehr
elf, of Hrooklleld, Mo; H K. Leader, of
(lmnlin, 1' M ltnrrell, or Kt. Jos, ph W
II llowatit, or Seaille. Wah , and Lj nt h
thirdhcr, or Itotlioake, Vn
It was Intended lo hold the luoellngs In
Shrine bull, nt Ninth and Central str el
but It was dei Icled v,terdnv Hint III
meetings are fo be held In pallors iM nnd nl
or the Hotel Snov The lie nlqu irters or
thn convention are to be at flint hotel and
everj thing Is to be suited to tho lonvon
lence of the delegnles
President John Slnrum. nf the mother
hood bus woiked luiH to hive everything
In readiness for the grand 1 onveiitlcin, a" I
Is pleased at the outlook Tor file slK-ces or
A BAD MIXTURE.
Minnie t.ivrr.lne, Allis Hill, Swullnws
Wlililcj, lleer mid Cnrlmllf Aeld Willi
Allllest Pntal LITei t.
Minnie Lnwteuce, alias Hill, of 1717 Wal
nut stieet. drank considerable whlskv jes
ferday aftoinonn and then Incldent.illj
mixed with this n few glasse'i of beer.
While In the condition that this mixture
generallj produces she dinnk about half mi
ounce of carbolic aeld, ami tin n told anoth
ti woman or her doing An ntlli or was
summoned She w is taken to No I police
stntlon. The patrol waxnti the 11 convejed
her to the Central police Ktalloti. where
Police surgeons lltcle and l.aiitlon, utter
two hours' work, pronounced her out or
ilangi r sue was t men to
her room In a
cmrlagc. Her patent II
In Almoin dale.
WILL HEAR COMPLAINTS.
"Ihe Slate Himril of ICnlliint nnd Warehouse
CoiilliilHlt.iiers Will .11. et lit the
Mltl mid "1 o-iiuirruw .
The members nf the stite board or rail
way and w .11 chouse coinmlssloneis will lit
In session at the .Midland Tuesday morn
ing tor the purpose of, licit lug some com
plaints that have been brought before them
tlrgaul? ith.ii nf tin K nisiis Cltj Council
Will lie Completed IliU Lulling.
The Kansas City council of fhe Sliver
Knights of Amtilc.i will meet at the Vlil
land this evening to complete Its cng.ini
itlon. It Is in be the Hist cine In the
state Tile ordi 1 was foundt d bv Sitiunr
Stewart, and has for Its objet t the rt niuiie
117 ition of sllvii nnd lini.e lei bring tlitt
about by c ultiv atliic the silver spfm .tm ,nu
the Jieoplt . 'Ihe or-.'inli'atlnn has ,1 p is
word and iltiuil, and In Its set n t nml,
teat Iks the evils of John Hull and gull
1 111: w i'.vi hi;i;.
The temper at uro in Kansas Cltj- jtster
elav had a range of 19 dec,,, the hitrh -I
being 7f, and the minimum 37 deg luhc.i
tlous for Kiiii'iis Clly and vlclnltv to-dav
are, fair, wmitiei- aod southerlj winds
The record of yesterday's weather Is as
Stations. liar. Temp
New Orleans "(HB V,
rjnlveston twill M
Cincinnati "a in 7"
ChltU'.o in l i.x
St Paul 'TH 70
SprlnglMd .I'm i,i,
Coneoidla , ? 'is 7-'
Dodg. City ll'i'M 7.'
IJIsnt-irck 21.M1 ss
lit I' 1111 21 m s
Denver -JOvs mi
Wi.hlta i.")!il ,J
St Louis , , an ik 7u
Kansas City 30.nl 7o
'I bo I'as-engei's Hiilj Hiilcrt
Port Ian 1 Argus: The Inie Pi of
Stephen J. Young, of nowdoln college .
an accomplished Unguis!. One dnv In
on a train bound from Ilnngor to Hriin
wick, when a conductor who knew him en
tered his car to aslc him to conn out to the
second-class coach mil tt-v to Hud out
where .1 certain stupid for 1 Igner was going
The conductor had attiitk. d him In all tin
fotelgn lingo he ciiill mu-ter and 1 ould
get no more re-pon-e than a stupid st ire
Piofessoi Young wint bin-k to tin r, ir
of the train, ihe pussengi r sat there, lcvik
Ing very ninth di-turbed and hew II n I
The mofessor went nt him In Can nil in
Prencb tin n In (Strinin thin In tin I 111
guagt s of Scand'nav la J'gjpt, Italj. Spain
and eViiv other for. Ign tountij ihi he
knew Silll tlie pnssengn sat "mum i- .in
owl," while the look of bewildermi nt dup
tiled on his face The piofessar was nim.
pliisetl, and was nbnut tuinlng in b 1 it
to his awn car, when the ni in loilted vvi u
ily out of the window and t-inark- 1 .ulli
to himself: "Hj go-b I wish 1 x 11- 1
bum" He wns an Viiio-t.ioh Yank.., in I
ho could speak uuthing but Dnglish
In Members uf tililllit Arinv Post.
Comrades: The undei signed, your com.
mlitee. having selected the Chk icn Al
ton ntin .In H.iltlmore ,v Ohio Southwest
ern rillroids as the otllclnl ionic to the
Twenty-ninth nitlonal encampment, to b
held at Louisville, September 11 to H, beg
to announce that a meeting of nil com
rules and their friends will be held at
Oriuiil Army lull, 101(1 Oiand avenue, Tues
day evening, September 3.
All are uigod 10 attend this meeting, is
impoit.int addresses will be innde nliiivo
to tiii.il mi.ongeniftits fm vour trip
lb inembt r our "olllclnl train" leav.s vit
ChlcnhO Alton lailio.td Siindav, Sipuin
bei , at S l p. in. .1 L. W VLKIHI.
.1. L CAHNAHVN,
,1 II. DAVIS,
Committee on Tinuspoit ition.
Will liep ilr flu sin els.
The Haibei Asphalt Company will, this
morning begin icpililug ihe asphalt pavi-
inent mm un bv the VM-snur! II. is Cmii-
iiiuy in piililnu in its uiiliis Tnuelns
have In on 'in bj ihe inuipanj's wiirkiin 11
in nearly i-ii asph lit tuvi I stieet In Hit-cltj-.
As ,e li.11 In 1 inuipaiiv Ins KU.ll.in
teed to keep tin stints In rp.ilr fur tlvt
j cars, It will 1101 piiuiit inijeiii, in it
nliicu Hie paveiuenl tak. 11 up, except its
own ciniilojes The pulling in of tin h
Clete taken lip Will III Mlpelilllelnli II'. 1
man who miived fiom the Hast jtstii lav
and vvho is said to be the best exput 111
that line of woik In the cuuutrj-.
Prompt rtller In elrk heailaclip, ill71"int)ss,
nausea, conMilpatloii, pain In the side, guana,
teed lo those using Caller's Little 1. 1 vet Pills.
(might After a t luise,
Peter Kenned), one of tin men charged
with healing and robbing James Hut late
Siiurd.i) night, vvuh iiirestcd yesterday by
Sergeant Planiiagau und placed In the
holdover at the Central police station The
olllct-r Ilrst saw him ut the- corner of Plfth
stieet uml lliiuiilway, but w lit 11 ho started
towaid him Kenucdv tinned and ran 111
the direction of the llnnidb.il Inldge The
olllcer gave chase and caught him on the
appioach to the bridge,
1'or Nervous Women.
Hertford'" Add I'hotplntte,
Dr. J, II Ai.rxAMii'it. Charlotte, N. U.says;
"ll Is pi n-aut 10 the last, and ranks among
tho best of nerve toulcs for nervous females "
I I ret During August,
The report of the lire depirtrrreut for Au
gust bhowb the total number of alarms
scut in us II, the loss 011 buildings and
contents Is estimutid at $150.1307, and the
amount of Insuranco covering the bame at
Mr. Whitlow's bonTIIINO bVUUl for chll
dren teething bofteus the gums reduieslaHam
inuilai, alleys pain, cm ea w Ind colic. ica, bottla
If you are going to Boston or New York
this month step Into the Junction ticket
ofllce and see Hilton, ile will tell you all
about the rates and the best way to get
I Hl.ltSDAV, I lll,Mil Tt ItllAV.
Vl.lt In. r, sjtiiril.il, U p. In
Mr. iu)IjAxi ltijnn
ri'l His s,i .lit 1 1 ., v 1
Ilestr I ve ,is . 1 i ' w
on Sib at llox U
I e rvn . in lis (it it.
I lit John linpli Inn in,
Vtmi igftneiit (.attain
I r.ibiiuiti Next r. iXf
Li I 1" 1)1 10
1(1 Mtlll I,
I'lll'l I Ml
VI M IVI.I
I HI lisliw
1 " HOUSE
Ibis I telling, W.iti, cut ly ami
s.iiiiidij .Vial inc. t,
BIRDS OF A FEATHER.
11 sirnb's ( oiiipmi) nf I 01111 ill iu.
nvmtYiit.vr; hkadv ron tiiu
oiu:atlst at'I'iiactio.v i:vlh
SHUUN IlLlli: 1M II ST
si:pti:.ihi:ii s to c.
MYSTIC SHR1NER NIGHT,
ItelUflflll llniis. Hli-gint 12eiUlpngC3,
Cutest IVtrles and Cum
thi: huillia.vt suciAL i:vi:nt.
SentH on Sale nt Jnernrd'u,
Ibixes, liiildlng tiir, for sonxtui .. . J.'.O.OO
lloserved fears 75
Ocnenil ailniluslnii 50
Go on, Litbov Da if
And see tin iniiti) nttractlnns, he.-v?
the great sponkeii and ciijaj the sports.
Air Lint' trains every few tnlnutcM.
Tho delicious fragranco,
refreshing cooln. ss nnd noft benutv Im
parted to the skin bv I'ozru.vi'n 1'ovv mat,
commends it to till laA1 1
Over L'OO Teeth Kxtrudteil Inlly KO
I'AI.V 0I iUMil'li. Artilidal Teeth
vvarninteil to Kit Perfectly. Decayed
nml at'liiiia: tcutli. if worth it, llllea aud.
725 SViAIN STREET
ALTMAf. KAULOACHS CO.. Proai.
Fac Simile of the Cenuine.
The Purest and the Best.
W. ll Clhke, l're J W IHrtstr, Sec
i. A Tonussus, V 1'rcs C. It IIocuweu., 'i'tc
oe KRKSRS ClltfSr, MO.
m.w Turn; Lire ne'iLiii.sa
Aci'ouuis, sulijeet to choelj at
slirlit, received from individuate,
firms and corporations ou tha
most i'aoiui)lo terms.
Legal tlojiository for Court ar.t
Acts as Executor, Guardian,
Aihuiuibtr.itor uml Heceivor,
also as Registrar and Traunfer
Agent for Stocks anil Uoiulix.
t- tj, , ,. r tn i-j-.v i
w Dlr ;
UM n.Ji rf 'HiiJ
Famous for Ita health giving waters. An
Ideal cummer resort. Cool breezes from
the pine covered mountains. Ut-autlful
scenery. Fine hotels. Write to George. SI.
Walker, proprietor "The Maiiblonx" and
the "Manitou Iloute" for rates and othtr
AT THE FOOT OF PIKES PEAK,