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TIIR KANSAS CITY JOUllNAL, SUOTAW SEPTEMBER 8, 18951
FTJITIT, ACCURACY JlTXIJD
Only a Few of Our Ct Prices Below. Call for
What You Want at Greatly Reduced Prices.
a i he r e Powder
i Kiv e Powder . ..
- rmitMori ' . .' . ..
f i iWrv compound ..
i l k svop (3 cakes) ,
iiap ,,,, ,.
IIITP ttotWUet Olll) . .... t.
Violet ttn'ir ..TV
T p Lavender Water lie
i n li Ko.i (crushed fruit or n
vr r .... Be
1' 1'ivorltc Pre "c rlptlon ... T3" i
P r 's Golden Medical DIcov erv . TV
V- I t rr l'hoplint( (V, i:j . 2
Will I 'i irv Phorhnt i sUc) 1. I
tlillu elllltl (All kln'-i 3 fir . H"
Slcnnms Talcum 1'mait .0
Drntli In Itunrlic, Ants mill Alt lii.cils, 1 (nils.
Mull Order (liven .peel il Attentlnn
1107 .MAIN SIRIIUr.
LEA-DINGS- OUT RATE
rftTKyk:?!.- ilf 111 hrh)'r7
On the Crest -A-
The superior excellence of Alfred Benjamin & Co.'s
Goods has placed them in the front rank of popular
favor. The fruits of our best efforts arc here in our
new stock of
tBtaFall Suits and.
of this celebrated make, and we invite your critical ex
amination of them. Skill m selection of fabric and de
sign and close attention to details of workmanship have
produced garments that are the admiration of all and the
delight of purchasers.
'Higher prices will not buy
lower prices make like
l-lHWJl"IH..VIi. a ! !".'! !' IJII-1-H'i.'T-V
A Snap in
Com v To-31 or row! !
r uf a ' mid k ft the hour wo
01 n of rhi bi-t
1 50 IJVS' CALF LACE,
i1 n.iien Tlie will lio
or in" thi n- in a pair left
Ai 95c Per Pair.
Miaeea' nrnl f'lill In n"s Hiitton S hool
Bhocs nt Vi", SI V 1 23 $1 4" M.H and
5175. Til b' in ir ilna lixamlnatlon
Inspet'tloti UU prn 11
Tine ftorknnnshH No h.irge for heel
lirhiff hi- toitr 'lan
Shoe's and Hare
Them Dictl Jilack.
J. C. Alt man,
Zcadlnff Shoe Dealer,
1018 Hain Street.
SPARKS FROMJHE WIRES,
"Was'iltiBton. Sept. 7. Tho true amount
of tho Kr,i'l r-sorv-' at the cose of Uual
ti sa 1 --luy a JJS 512.207.
Cnt Hff, iept Tllefot tlio trades'
iirion r nt,r' clostd to-duy, It was
,ot" 1 to bi nd two dtlcKatee to vepresint,
Hrltlsh woikuien at thu next moetlnij of
the Ameri an l'tilor.itlon of Labor.
U'mira. fj. V., Sent. 7 The coin union
of C'l iiuiiib' county Democruta to-day
wit addrcancd by Senator i(l!l, who
imnivr fiitluly (in "peraonal liberty."
which ho declined to he thu paramount
Ibguo of the tamijalgn.
J ff rson Clt, Mo, Rapt. 7 (Special)
Oovtio 1 Stontt to-day ottered a reuaul
of Jl11 for the antt und orlrttoii cf
ihe ir y orpar't'H who I in ui the pi bile
ifrhooi house at i.riKi,s t o'e loiinty K p
tembcr J. 'fhl wa tic s coml tchol
liiUs nt STUBBa burned within two ear.
Uc-rlin, Sept. 7-A bpecla) cable fiom
Khanehul kujs that tho n-bUllon in the
jirovlnca of Kan Suh Is becomiiiK for
midable. The Insurgents have orBunlel
un aimy. and with It hat c tptured
eleven citlea It la trnuttht that the
government at I'ckln nielltutes tllliib'
upon ltusalu lor aid to fcumu'ebd It,
Our Own Snrsipnrllla (Jl slzel
.vtunjon s Heme. lies
Aur. Hair Vigor
Wnrnrs Safe Cuts
t'ram S tier Polih (ha no eqiral)
Mm. ales 1 I'tiparattons . .
Mine ) Tie s $1 n PrvparatloM ....
Mm' Yale s $J ci Preparations . .
M.lHn- Pood (large)
Mil-', Mtik ($375 lie)
Malted MIIK (tl.W (lie)
Malted Milk (toe elite 1
rafter's Little Liver 1111
All 10' straight Clitaro, I for ... .
All Jc straight cigars, Q for
All 3 for lot- Clgwrs, 2 for
I I'terlrtn .
l'lo a I migh Cure .. ..
Jliomo R Itaer iSSe aire)
lir mo Seltzer 50c sire)
I von looih Powder
j i at
'Mil l-PIIOM- .15?.
5 tixxuissiKtsixx 3ca
better respective qualities;
1118 Main, Street.
l.i..UXmi.Mllll J ! II.. , P ;
WANTS THE PRESS GAGGED.
AN AM 1! M IIIKV ll) IM I I) AT 1111.
IIVK A!:UL1A11(IN .111 dim:,
I. II. Klnlij 1 IiIiiUh tlin .ludlclirj Should
JI11 free I nun (.rttici-m I. 11 Itiick-
mr Objects to tlin Mi-tlmiM uf
The Kansas City Bar Association met
last night for the first time in two months.
Tho meeting was held In the Commercial
Club'a assembly room in the Exchange
building Many of the members had not
i-n'n each other, save on the atieets, since
th.. laHt meeting of the association, held on
Jl M and there was a stoie of legal
ifoiaip to bo exchuntred before the tegular
business could btgln The attendance at
the meeting was not latge, for muny of
the members of the association weio not
certain as to the date of tho Hrst meet
itif? for the season of 1S95-6.
The papers or the evening' woro tend by
I 11 Klnley, on "The Press and the Ju
dlclury " John XV. Snsdcr. on "An Ade
quate .Remedy at Un," and T. li, Uuok-
?.er' ,n "Jho KylN of Privato Corpoia
tlons. ' All of the papers weio weft 10.
reived, especially the one by .Mr. Ducltnor.
r Kinky devoted the Kreater part of his
...v w ivuiidiHK viiw iicvsiiuncis ror nfe
sumlnB to ciltiiKe the Judges of tho dlf
ferent coutts of the Uniud Stales and
t other countries He suld that tho ellect
I is not one 1h.1t tindi to intreaie nubllo
ristjccl foi tho comts of law
1 iir Ivlnley clt il several instances In
which he thouuht the newspnpeis bhould
not hay. cust rt 'lections upon the courts.
One or them was thu division un the in
101110 tux In this lm stand that the pa
pers wire cleailv nt fault Inasmuch as the
idltors knew nothing of the law. The Iden
of the turns that a. muii can be well tried
in the columns of u in wsinber, and his
Innoi-ince or guilt cMablisfuil, Is, In tho
opinion of Jtr KlnUy, an eironeons one
lie said the country would be better off
if tho newspupcrs vvcie not ullowed to
state their opinions upon tho decisions of
Mr liucltner's address was upon n dlf
fficnt line, und he devoted his lime to
greater evils than th.i newspaper Ac-
01 ding to Mr liiuknor "a corporation
1 it modern lusiitutlon whereby a, number
if indlvldiials run cornliinn llifintC'lvcs to
ri tliir fmniliig oik mullcsH person with
the txtiaonllnun powei to stenl, tob and
pliitutei the publli' wttliout being icspon
biilo to tltiicr Ood or the ltw for their
In tlds paper any lemarKs I may make
small bt ciiiporatloiis, or rather tho svsteni
util. h allows this privute Incoipoiutimi
hah no appliiaiion to the liidividunli. who
hold block, or contiol the corporation them.
bt Ul 3.
, "As long at- tho law permits any private
biibliies to be lucorpnrati I. Individuals
have the right to imorpoiate It ti tlio
law which allows the Imoipoiiitlon of ptl.
vate pinpeity of which I eompluln. .Such
a law bhould have no place In our consti
tution or upon our Htiiute bonks,
If a coipoiutlon ! crcited 101 the sole
purpoto of lirivale uuln tlien theie is no
iiiison 01 Justice in limiting thu stock-hoMi-iM
liability to the amount of his suh
si rlheil slock In fcuch cares each stock
holler's nubility should extend at leut
to ids just proportion of all ot the debts
and liabilities of the corporation.
"I will refer to some of tlio evils of pri
vate corporations Tlrst the svstem pio.
diiKs a 11 muill.ailon of wealth and the
0 nttallzallon of nourr It makes the mil-
llonalio on the one hand and a thousand
paupers on. the other hecond bj allow,
lug this combination of vvt tilth and Influ
ence, ami limiting their liability to the
subscribed stock, it rruihes out individual
enterprise and ambition all oul is taken
out of the business ull'alrs of life, and our
industrial affairs arc convened Into meie
machines In which the Golden Hulo U
u dead lotttr Thltd they encourage ex
travaginee on the 1 art of their f-xvored
members und a corresponding Jealousj unci
dissatlufaetlon In the pent of the employe,
or laboring element. 1'ourth. they promote
the patrician and ernato the plebeian. Fifth,
they encouruge frauds. Sixth, they pro.
iluco trade restrictions und thus Interfile
with the true luws of trade, a principle of
which is buy vvhero vou can buy chcap
1 st and sell where vou ran sell hlghe&t
hi venth. they combine to intluence flee,
lions and thus destroy tho bulwark upo
vvl I h our sat ty depends--a flee, unbiased
iOid uiitrainmcKd tiallou"
HARTMAH'S HOME RUN HIT,
it (nil! ii:itti: iiAt'TR 'iiu: vioiuttv
IN' Vl.SIf.ltllAVS OA.vti:.
It Vn 11 tlofe and Rirltlng (lame nml
It I ocitied 1 tho the ltluet ttotitil
Win li to the lJit II11K
ot the Mntlt Inning.
The ltotleiilols of Terre llalile with ft
patched tip ti 1111 drove a nail In tho eonitt
of the ltlues' petinnnl hopes Jd'terdnv.
'Ihc trilmo wns a bitter light tiom the llrst
Inning to the 1 n t , and tip to the last
mom nt It looked like a victory for the
litius, but wilt if bit Tred llartman
ptnuhed tho ball over the left field fence
in the ninth Inning, with two men on
biuej, the Jig Was up and the Miles wcte
for ed tq accept defeat as their portion.
.lltnmy llugho, who for two Jcnrs has
been a hoodoo to the Mlut!, wis In the
bcix foi the v Isltnts, and he pitched nn he
has hever pitched beforo In Kansas City
Seven ot thu Ulucn were unable to con
nect with his deceptive curve?, and, til.
though (hey nre credited with making
eleven hlls olT him. In point of tact not
more than live of them were clean ones
The lllues were rnll entitled to onlv the
two tuns which tluv inrned, the le-t be.
Hm giris through dumb plnjlngo 1 the part
of the men behind llughev Hlllv Kl nc
11 t. hd a good game of ball for th" 1 ome
1. tun, but ho wus given very pior support
fan oil, Hlnr, Kllng nnd .Manning all
making errors which cost run.
As Itidt-inipolli administered two de
f its to Milwaukee es crdaj, the gr ut
1 widened the gap between them-elves
mi 1 the Uluis, an I If the litter hepe to
mil win out In the pennant fight, thev
will lust about have t win every otic 01
tin games jet to be play d.
iestcidav s came was one of th- ? crap
plot nnd hirdcst fought ever witnessed
at 'Imposition pirk. It wis full ot bril
liant pl.i, Interspersed with ortois nnd
the f-ict that flrt one and then the other
of the contending teams was In th lend
served to make the game highly cvd luff.
Connauf-hlon was unable to plav nml
lllnes took his pltce nt short, Cirroll
pl.iMng In right field Conn uich'on s nb. (
seine cot the lllues the came, for though
illnes did admirably, his one error cot
n run, nnd Cnrroll pla.ved bndlv In the
field, missing an oasv ilv w hlcli 1 wu d
have been caught by lllncs. Until 11
plnsed flnelj at third bae. and Mclnl
made a seiiintlonnl catch n center lor
tlie Hottentot", Unttman pin veil wonder
ful ball at third base, as did Miami at
short . . , ..
The Hlues were limbic to ?corc In tho
first Inning but the Hottentot" were pre
sented with one run bv nn enor on tho
part of .Ilmmv Mnnnlng. With tw;o men
out Hnrtmnn hit "sfclv to right and W e I
dlge followed with n hit to the F-imo
lie 11 which put Hartnnn on third V ed
d.ge started to steal ecnn I nnd Ile-gen
ma le a short throw to Mnnn'm-. M n
nlng miiffi 1 the bill nn 1 Hirtman who
Ind not "tnrted for home on the t'row,
-i able to get ncros the plate before
Illnes could re over the bill
It wis not until the four'h ln"lng tint
the ltlues broke the lee, an 1 then thev
got three runs and took a good lead for
n little while lllifs reached llrt on tnl s
nn I stole ccond KItimnn ftrif-k out. but
Nli hoi came to th front v I h n e'ein
single which sent illnes netos the rub
ber Nlehol stol' second and third nnd
Mnnnlng wns given a ticket for ilrt bv
Hughev, who vvi n little rait'el for ;i
few mlmit- Manning also sto'o secon 1
nnl both he mil Nil hoi "coiel on K'lig s
simile into right, for wM'h Connor made
II gr it rffoit In their hilf of the InM' g
the vWltors scored another Oa'Ingher wis
hit bv a pltcled ball nnl went 10 thl-d
on Xllnt'rt hot (-rounder over fir-t bn c
which Kinsman wns unable to hnrd'e
Outenlt h't n llv to Csrroll who cai'ght
It nnd doubled un Nllnnd nt f!rt Ins,, but
Oallscher eored from third on He plnv.
In the sisth Inning th Hottonto'i. t'e !
the "enre. U'eddlge IpiI orf with n ra'i
bunt and OTllschcr wns si arecl by Klt'ic s
fumble of his bunt hit TsVin 1 went out.
but Otiteiilt hit a llv to right tlel ' wMeh
Carroll should eillv lave cm lit but
bo s, emeel died nnl nliwol th h-11 to
get bv him for a two bio hit, Wcdd'ge
In the eighth the TMnes broke th tie bv
oeor ng tw t nn s llins "Inrlcd and vvi ' t
to third on a hit bv Kinsman Klusmin
stole "eeonil and cor'd wl'h Hln-'u on
Manning's scratch hi' to centT. vvholi
wn allowed to fail b tween th'ee m n
either of whom could hive caught It In
th Ir lnlf the visitors eorcd ncr-iln G !!--ch
r being given a life bv 11 n s' wild
th iw enlng to third on n lilt bv NTand
III I scoring on a sacrlflco bv CVUca't
'1 he Illnes were unable to s-ore In the
ninth but the visitors rime in and won
the game In s hurrv, only tore" men gi
Ing to bin Ponnor led off wl'h a hi
"Ingle o' 1 r second base and G'lks was
piesented with a bsso on ba b Thon
tfirtmnii ome to the bat, nnd 111" very
tlrt bill Kllng p'tehed he line, over the
1. ft field fence, Connor nnd G'IVs coming
in with the tlelng and wi"nnr ru-s.
Hughev let out a reguiai Ilittenlot whoon
of CMiltatlon and the sneetato-s fll d
saillv out of the stands What looked Pico
a victory had been turned into a tlefeit
In n minute.
An n in sn p o. a n
... 3 0 2 2 100
4 0 1 0 1 1 0
4 2 11 12 1
, ....4 112 2 0 0
. . . 3 1 1 r 2 2 1
4 0 1 0 1 3 0
I 0 10 0 11
Ilernon, If ..
Tlergen, c ...
Carroll, rf. ...
Illnes ss .
Kioto ol. cf ..
Hatfield Sb .
Kilns, p ...
Totals SS S 11 D 2t 3 3
An n in s.dt. p o a v
Connor, 2b 5 t 1 1 0 0 1
Oilk": lb 8 1 1 6 12 0 n
Hnrtman, Sb. .. B 2 3 0 .1 2 0
Wertdla-e, cf....4 1 2 t 2 n 0
Gnllnghar, rf.. ..3200100
Nilanrt ss 4 0 2 0 0 1 p
nutcnlt e 3 0 1 0 S 1 1
Ooar If 4 0 0 0 1 0 n
Hughey, p ..... 1 0 1 0 0 0 0
Totals 5 1 .It 2 27 S 2
'o one out when winning run was made.
Score by Innings;
Kansas City 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 2 0-T.
Tfrre Haute . t 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 2 r,
Harned runs Kansas City. 2; Terro
H line 2
Two base hltf Carroll. Outcalt.
Three base hit Hnrtman
Saerlflee hits .npriren, Carroll, Onteslt
Uoublo nlays Carroll to Klusinnn; Jlart
inn to Ollk"
nnseii on l.nlls nn Kline, 2: off IIughev,3,
Struck out llv Kllng 3 bv Hughey, 7,
Hit bv pitched ball Gallnghor.
Time of game 1 50
1 be Gniiin 1 bl vftirnnmi.
The Wucb will play the second game with
Terro Huuto this afternoon and they hope
to do better than they did jeslerdnv. Din
Ids will pitch for the nines and Goir will
b- In tho bo for the Hottentots. The game
will bo called at 3 o'clock.
irn I eigne Mamllncr
Won. Lost. P C.
, ......70 30 f.2
, K 41 frtv
fil 47 577
M M WW
. . , 53 ft) )
50 02 I hi
4) CI 4U
, ii! 71 227
Knnaa City ,
St I'aul ....
letrolt . ,
Terre Hautn .
Inclliiniipnlbi Took Moth.
Indianapolis, Ind, Sept, 7 Score;
ImllanapolU . 0 1 2 0 0 1 1 0 3-S .
Milwaukee . 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 l !) J
Hatteitr "lsher and lUr.ulundj lluker
Indlunapolls . ? 0 0 f. 0 0 1 1 2-12 IS 4
Milwaukee u 0 0 0 0 0 2 S 1 II 1,
llatterles I'hilllps and Mcl'arlandj Rett
ger and U0I411.
s. Vuil, li; t.raiiil llupld, A.
Grand Itaplls, Mich , Sept. 7, Score:
Grand It'p'ds .0 00002300 5 13 4
S,t I'aul 0 .' 2 0 4 1 0 3 -!.' 15 I
Ilatterlcb itcldy und Campbell; Mullune
Minneapolis, Ui Detroit, to.
Detroit, Mich., Sept. 7. Score:
Detroit .11003010 4-10 11 C
Minneapolis .110 5 0 10 2 1-1115 2
llatt'Uvo Gnjlo und llojd, l-'razer uud
(jcll.U' 'I rip tei , ,1.,.,i
The trip of the Kaiibas City Cjcllsts to
St, Jcjstph to-day iiruiuUvo to be us great
a sue eta us their tiln to Leavenworth
eurlj In the summer. While It is a. Hun
sis City Cc lists' ulf-ilr, ull other clubs und
ull unattacheil nli- clmui are Invited to
go, and thero will bi a guat many of them
tuke advuntagu of tl . opportunity. Cap.
tuln Hulnn bus bceUre(j u round ttip rato
of $1 V)- win h will make the exneuscs verv
rcatonable, Tho visitim,- cyclists will be J
Inlcn nre of nnd entertained bv the wheel
nun of St. Joseph, nnd will undoubtedly
liavo a rovnl good time The principal ex
inrsloii awheel of tho day will Imj a ride
from Ht Joseph to I.nke Contrnrs, seven
miles over n very fine road 'IhoCjcllsts
will go nn either tho 7 1o or 7 V train, and
ran return bv ntiy one ot the scvcrnl trains
In tho attornoon.
National tinguu slindlnc.
Won. Lot. P.O.
ridltlmore ,1 ..1.1. , 71 at Cd
Cleveland i.,..i , 71 41 CM
I'hlhdelphla .. .. .... ...... (A 40 t"l
Iloflon .,, ,,, V, M fO)
Iirooklyn 49 B".9
Ken Vork .... ,. flo M fill
Cincinnati ,., , fO CO fi2S
I'lttsbiirg ,..,.. 1. f2 M f23
chicnco m m m
Wnhlliglon . ......I..... ..35 71 327
St TaiiiIs , Jr. 75 321
IxjUlsvlIle 23 16 232
riillililelpliln, ll-t.tl biinl.vlllr, S-.,.
Philadelphia, Sept. ".The home team
defeated loulsMlle this morning in n dull
game. The fen tines were the heavy hit
ting of Uclehantj and Sullivan and the
Playing of llallman and Collins. Attend
ance, l,4iij. Score:
It It. 15
Philadelphia . .1 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 2-0 10 2
Louisville 0 0010000 12 73
llntterles Philadelphia- Orth nnd Clem
cuts, Louisville, cunnlnglnm and Warner,
Phllidclphla, Pa. Sept, 7 In the nfter
noon pitne the Phillies utd three of tho
Colonels' pitchers and hnd 1111 easy thing
rrom tho slnrt. Atten Intice, 13,fil Score:
Philadelphia ,.3 3 2 2 2 0 0 0 1-1.1 11 3
Louisville .. .J 0000200 1677
HattcrUs Philadelphia, Lucid nnd Clem
ents; Louisville, McUcrmott, GettliiBcrnnd
l'ltttburg, Ti-fit M ii.lilnclciii, 3-t.
Pittsburg, Pit,, Sept. 7. The Plttsburgs
t-ciurtied from their dltroiiH Lnstern
trip to-dov, and signalize 1 It by defeating
Vnshlngton In two iins.itlfnctor.v games,
Hrtors wore numerous; and covtlv. The
regular umpire, for ome renon, fulled to
appear, nnd two home iimpltcs wore chos
en, which cave- the v.sltors a chance for
wrnngllng over decisions. Attendance,
It II 15
Pittsburg 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 3 --. R 3
Washington ..0 0200000 0-2 S u
ISattprlees Plttbiirg. rremnn nnd Mer
rltt; Washington. Mercrr nnd McGulre.
H H 15
Pittsburg 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 3-.-. S 1
Washington 0 0 0 0 3 0 1 04 S 1
I! itteries Pittsburg, Gardner ami Mer
rltt, Washington, Gilroj nt.-d McGulre.
llronklvn, 71 ( Inrliiniitl, 8.
Prooklvn, Sept. 7 Tho g-ime here tills
nfternc-on between ttl Brooklvn and Cin
cinnati teams was won bv the latter nfter
a stubborn! light. The game wns eltlajed
for twentv -seven minutes on account of
rain, and then called on account of dark
ness. Attendance-, 2,100 Score:
n 11 n
Iirooklyn ,... 0 0 I 0 1 0 2-7 13 7
Cincinnati 0 0 t, 1 0 0 1 S S 0
ls.atterle- Urooklv n, Ki-nnedv nnd Grim,
Cincinnati, Panott and "Vaughn.
iUltlinorc. tl; tlci.tiiul, 1.
Hilllmore, Md Sept- 7 In his eagerness
to make a piny, Jennings m lde "0 costly
an error thnt the sji-rg fc.0t four runs
and the game in the llrst inning. After
that Cleveland got no runti and Ualtlmore
mar.agetl to pull In three. Attendance,
11 h n
Ilaltimorc 2 0 0 0 n 0 0 0 13 0 4
Cleveland . .400000000 1 10 3
If.itterles IJaltlmore Me Mahon and Ilob
Inson; Cleveland, Cupi v and ZImmcr.
,!. T mils, t Huston, .S
Uoston, Sept. 7. M 1 irthv!s muff of
Qninn's ilj In the fifth after two men
were out, which wns foi wed by Connor'b
home run, gave the ucune to St. IouK
Doth pltchei-s were effi tive, hut the llo
tons failed to eonrct with men on bases.
It. II K
St. Louis 1 001 2000 O-l 72
Jioston ..10020000 0-3 7 2
Uatterles Iloston, Sii llv an nnd Ganzcl;
St. Louis, Mcivoiigal ml l'cltz.
VViHlirn Assoc 1 illoli elaine..
Dubuoue la. Sept 7 Score: Dubuque,
4; Des Molne. 5.
Lincoln, Neb , Sept. 7. Score: Lincoln,
3; St. Joseph, 0
At ( liiirclilll Downs.
Louisville, Kj-.. Sept. 7 ravored by per
fect weather, there was u crowd of Jew
people at Churchill Downs this afternoon.
While tho Melds wre not ?o large as on
pievlous d.ajr, there were less scratches,
and In qualltv the sport was fullv up to
the average. The track was again fast
Plrst race Six and a hnlf furlongs Lau
reato won, Domingo, second, Ironmaler,
thhd. Time. 1 22.
Second race Seven furlongs; selling,
Llise won; Dako a, second; Master Tred,
third lime. 1 23
Third i.aee One and one-xteemh miles;
selling Judith won, George Ueek, second,
llhetta Goode, thirl. Time, J.43U.
I'ourth race I'lve furlongs. selling.
Selena won, I'e est, second; Anna Ljle,
third Time, 1 1W4
rifth race Sew 11 furlongs; selling Tough
Timber won, 1 n le Hcnrj, second. Glad,
third. Time, 1 2V.
0111 v Isl t ml .Icickc y I lub.
Xew Yotk, Sept 7 The attendance at the
Conej- Island Jockey Club met ting to-dav
was affected bj the vacht race, tho crowd
numbering not ov r 4 OW or fi,(e"0
'the featuie of the day was the Omnium
handicap, for vvlil h a field of nine an
swered tho call lhi r.acu was hotlj con
tested bv Sir Walter and Cliftord, who
llnlshed heads npirt In the fast time of
1 r.l 1-5. being one fifth of a second of the
track record bummnilcH
first l.ice rutin ity course; selling Karn
sin won. Palling Water, second, Vollcj",
third Time, 1112 5.
Second race M rurlong". Discount won;
Buckwn, tccond, Huckrciie, thltd. Time.
Third rare Autumn stakes; ruturlty
course Crescendo won; ilnxlet, second;
Cantlve, third 'J line, 1 10
Sixth race One mile and one-sixteenth;
on turf Lookout won, Sir I'r.incts, sec
ond; Long Beach, thltd. Time, 1 IS.
H. I.ouW It le c,
St. Louis, Mo, Sept. 7 There was' a fair
track ami tood rielng at the fair grounds
to-daj'. The weather wns nil that could
be di tired and the attendance was good
It provod'n bad day for the book makers,
for the favoiltes won evety race. Tho bet
ting was lively hummnrles:
Tlrst race Sellln,;, one mile. Haroldlne
won, Bajard, second, Bansatk.thlrd, Time,
Second rnce Maidens, 2-v ear-olds; live
fuilongs. Sir Single won; Big Pcllow, tec
ond, Tnjlor Banks, third Time, 1 00
Third race Purse, seven furlongs. Lin
da won; LUiettu. second; Tartarian, third.
Time, 1 Iij'i
fourth race Purse; maidens, 2-yenr-olds;
one mtlo It.aple r won; Silverado, becond.
Unman, thhd Time. 1 52
Plfth race Ph. rurlonga, purse, r.au
gha won: l'ied roster second, Jack Mar
tin, thlrcl. Time 1 OM,.
Sixth rpee Puis , sis nnd one-half fur
longs u Cumuli won: Magnet, second;
Geotge W. HalUj. third. Time, 1.2s'l.
Ileetllll nt Mlllelseir.
Detroit. Mich. S. pt. 7 All of to-day's
inces at Windsor were good betting affairs
und all the wlnniis wero llhemllv sui p ,rt.
ed. Attendance, 3,0, Weather ilcar, track
Plrst lace Six furlongs. Atelier won; 15,
If Shlrlej, secund, James V. Carter, th rd.
Time, 1 11'.
becond tue l'Ho furlongs Paj Bile
won; L'ncas, second; Duchess of Muntioao,
thlid. Tim, 1 iiv
thlid Time, 1 MU
Sixth r.ioe Six fuilongs. Hallow t.'en won
IVto K0II5, seconel, I'lotlon, third, 'lime
l:W J -5.
Ijill.ls Dl.i in,, thu (nriilval r.irmli',
Tho bccinl of dliectois of the Kansas
City Cjcllsts met at tho 1 lub house lust
lilglit and illsciissiel plans far tin npptui
ance of the club m the blcjcle parade dur
ing Carnival week Tho general plan of
the turnout was agreed upon und u large
sum of moniy was uppropiluted from the
club trtusuiy f 1 tho purpose of making
11 bho'v- which will eclipse all competition
The plan lunnot be mado publlo for obI
.Meeting of tiiiu flub Mm.
The gun club men held another meeting at
thu .Midland la-r night, ut which the con
stitution and by luws of the newlj 01.
ganlzed l-'edetuiion of Gun Clubs wue
adopted, thus making thu oiganization
complete. Hueli of the fclx clubs belong
ing to the ledi ration was authoiUcd to
select three men, who will be members of
the bonid of ditectors, and this boaid will
have the entire mauugement of all the af
fulis of tho federutlon.
Tho proposed Lastern trip of a team of
1 ounn race umnium nnnciicap; one milo
and one-eighth Cliffoid won; Sir Walter,
second; lleldeinre third Time, l.'a 1-3
Plfth rnce one mile and thno furlongs.
Leonawell won Andrews, second, Camilla.
Third race aix and a half furlongs, sell.
Ins: Helen Wr won, Lay On, second,
Spltflie. third 'lime 1 '
Pourth race 'i( fuilouiis Sublto won;
Hester, second Bidala thlid T mo 1 3'i
Plfth 1 ace fin, mile; selling, Monte
Pernio won, Klnib rly, becond, Lady Hose,
lennr ot tninpliiliilngs by Dr. Loiielninl'i
nn 11 Neimlnal AtmcMnieiit of m
There ate thomahds of people In Kansas
City who stirrer from the deep blood taints
of catarrh, as from the organic maladies It
Inevitably engenders, j el who cannot diag
nose their miseries or distinguish the canto
of thctn any more than the blighted tree
that sheds Its lenvts In midsummer can
distinguish the fatal scorch of llKhtnlng
from n fatal sap poisoning, Any number of
diseases, known und t various fpeclflc
names, ore reany 01 a caiarrnni origin miu
nature, llverj part of the mueoiis mem
bratie, the hose, thront, eic, cars, head,
lung", stomach, liver, bowels, kldtievs and
bladder, are subject to dlea and blluht
by catarrh. And lo enable many nllllctcd
persons lo get a corrfd conception of the
real nature of the Ir malady the follow Ins
almost unvarying vmntoms nre again pre-
1 seined bv Dr. C 1 e'anel The proper course
' for stirrorer Vt th 1 Mteod the symptoms
carefully ove., iiuuk thoo that apply to
jour cao and brum this with oti to lit.
' Coplntid If jou live nwnv from the city,
fi-tiil them bv mall nnl nk for mall treat
ment. In either lntanr", and whether by
mail or onice treatment the patient may
be assured or the spe-llst relict nnu euro
possible to medical selence.
Catarrh nf the II. nil nnd Throat,
Tho most prevalent totm of catntrh, and
results from neglected colds. Speedy nnd
Inexpensive cure by the Coinland svstem.
"Is the breath foul""
"Is the voice husky?"
"Do jou spit up fllme?"
"Mo jou ache all over?"
"Do ou blow out scabs?"
"Is the noe stopped up-'"
"Do sou snore at night."
"Does jour note discharge?"
"Does the nose bleed easily?"
"1" there tickling In throat7"
"Do cnits form in the noc7"
"Is the no" sore and tcndrr7"
"Do sou sneeze n great deal?"
"Is this worse toward n'ghl?"
"Does the nose Itch and burn?"
"Is there pain In front of head?"
"Im there pain ncro the eves'""
"Is your sense of smell jeavlrg7"
"Do sou hawk to clear the throat?"
"Is there a dronp'ng In the throat7"
"Is tho throat dry In the mornings?'
"Are sou lolng jour sene of taste'"
"Do j-oit sleep wt h the mou'h open?"
"Does the note stop up toward nUht?"
Catarrh nt thu Ilroni libel lubes.
When catarrh of the head nnd throat
Is left unchecked It extends down the wind
pipe Into the bronchial tubes nnd, In time,
nttacks the lunr. Specdv and Inexpensive
cure bv the Copclnnd sj'stem.
"Have jou a cough?"
"Are jou losing t!ch""
"Do jou cotight nt tiighf"
"Have jou pain In sllc""'
"Do jou take cold ci"!lv ""
"Is jour appetite variable?"
"Hnve jou stitches In side' '
"Do jou cough until jou gag7"
"Are jou low stililted nt time" 7"
"Do jou r.al'C frothy material?"
"Do you spit up jellow matter'"
"Do vou cough on going to bed?"
' Do you cough In the mornings?"
"Is jour cough short and hacking?"
"Do jou spit up small, checy lumps?"
"Hnve jou a dlKUt for fatty foocs'"
"Is theie a tickling behind the palate."'
"Have jou pain bihind bieaslbcne?"
"Do vou feci von are growing weaker?"
"Is there a burning pain In the throat'"
'Do jou cough worse night and morn
'Do vou have to sit up nt night to get
Catarrh of the Kidney ii
Catarrh of the kldncj.s results either from
shooters lepre'entlng Kansas Cltv was dls
cussid Infornmllj ind it was decided to
hold a general mretin; on net featurelaj
night, at which oe Unite action regnidlng
the ti ip will be taken The tcntlment
I ntnong tho shooters Is verv fnvoinblo to-
warus mai.iug me nip, una it is oeneveu
that It will be a go bevoad 1 doubt If
tho trip Is mado the team will bo t-elected
st. Paul Kid Knocked tint.
Denver Col Sept 7. Jack Livingston,
ltndwn a" "The St Paul Kid" was
knocked out bv 1'ienchj' Osborne last night
In three iounn Tlnv fought foj a purse
of 2C0 and the entrance monej.
'the Tourist and th Drlvi r's ati rry Wiles.
Buffalo I5prpss: Two tourists, a lady
anil a gentleman, stopped off at Niagara
Tails between trains. A hackman en
gaged them for a brief tour of sight
see ins. The time actunllj' consumed was
ilttj-flvc minutes The hackman tald
lip must have $10 Tho gentleman re
maikoel that It wns an outt.ige The
tit Ivor explained that he had been of
gteat assistance In pointing out tho
plac 1 s of interest nnd stood firm. The
gentleman pi opal cd to paj- under pro
test Unfottunntoly for hlmsulf ho handed
tho man a $20 bill
"Do jou pay for the lady also?" asked
the hackman, promptly.
"Do I pa j lor the lady?" repeated his
fare in nstonishniint 'Of course I do.
What do j'ou mean""
"Then theie will be no change," re
plied the hnckman "Mj" charge is $10
for one. person, $20 for two persons. Tho
amount you have handeel mo Is exactly
coneet. Thank jou, tlr."
BRIEF ITEMS BY WIRE.
.Toplln, Mo , Sept. 7 (Special ) Charles
Wraj, lamp trimmer foi the Southwestern
T51iH'trle Light and Power Compiny, was
Instontlj killed to-night while tilmmlng a
stieet lamp. Two thuunnd volts passed
through his bodj. Ho leaves a. wife and
Brownsville, To , Sept 7 A report has
Just reached heie that the schooner Gat lock
of Lake Charles, La was wie?ked 115 m les
fiom the mouth of the Ulo Grande on Au
gust 2'' Her cargo of lumber, Captain B
Ter.tsara, a crew of four men and one)
insscnget, Joseph Simon, Jr., of l'ort Isa
bel, were all lost
Seattle Wash., Sept. 7 The Northern
I'm Itle Ilullroad Company has been made
defendant in an action bi ought In the sit
prt mo court, win n In the American L'x
chnnge National bank, of New Vork, seeks
to recover $74 079, tho balance nllegcd to
be duo on a romlstorj note riven In 1592
San Piancisco, Se pt. 7. The trial of 1 heo
iluie Diniant will be resumed on Tuesday,
Mondnv being a stuto holMay. During
the pist week Uttlo progress wns mido
In (he taking of ti stlmony. None of the
icnllv important witnesses for th people
has been pi iced on the stand, and no ma
terial points have jet been made against
Cincinnati. O, Sept. 7 The German M.
15. coufiiin e, bs a vote of t5 to 1, defeatod
the Baltimore amendment, which provides
for the ndmlsnlon of women as delegates
to the geneial conference. The member
who 11I0111 favord the women was the
Itev, Sovcilnshaus, of Hunilngburg, Ind.
The next conference will bo held nt New
Dubuque, In,, Sept, 7 Dr O. St. Stnples,
one of the most prominent phjslelaus In
tho Northwett, died to.eluj. uged CS jears,
Ho was a resident of Dubuque fur forty
j eats, und was suigeon in the I'nlon army
and a prominent (.. A It. man. Ho win
bur.'eon for the Milwaukee, Illinois Central
and Burlington roads,
New Yoik, Sept, 7. Sirs Clara StcAr
thur, who attempted to Jump from tho
Brouleljn bride, about two weeks ago, was
picked up In the L'asi river under tho bridge
to-day by two nun in a invvboat. It Is
all ged that she Jumped from the bridge,
When taken trim the w Her bho was un
conscious. She iciavciid shorllj", how
cvet, and wu held a prisoner on a chargo
of attempting to commit bubble.
I.eipslc. Sept, 7 The German-American
Vetetaiib' Club artlved here this atternnon,
Thes were met at tho station by a commit
tee of the military clubs. After the greet
Inks wcru ovei, the veterans and the
committee which had welcomed them
marclud, with bands of muMc plavlng na
tional airs, to the American consulate.
Paris. Sept. 7. Tho Journal des De
b.itw, In nn article discussing; tho case
of ex-Conbtil Waller, to-daj', declares
that letter's written by Mr. Waller
which wote bolzeil by the Trench author
ities in SlaUagafccar havu t'ullj proved
the case against hlin. The Journal (lea
PebaU adds- ''Sir, Waller's molesta
tions will fall to invalidate tho Judg
ment rf the court-mat tin!. It 1h nn un
fortunate affulr, but, what else could wo
Tetto Haute, Ind, Sept. 7 J P. Par
ch n, thecabhler nf Adams' 15xptc&s Com
pany, and J. II. Harnett, city ticket
agent of tho Vandalln, hao disappeared,
also ti package of $10,000, deposited yes
terday by Huvenue Collector Jump for
shipment to the Cincinnati sub-treasurj.
No evidence of crookedness has jot been
found In Burnett's accounts. Parden
gave a receipt for the $IC,001. Ho was a
pension examiner and stationed four
years in Indianapolis under llurrlsun's
nuministratton jio is a jears out aim
lias 4, wife and three children.
Catarrh Patients Itmllral nnd t.sstlnn tnre
Monthly, Including the .Vlnllrlnt-H.
cold" or from overwork of the kj'lnn . In
I siparntlng from the blood the poisons thai
have been absorbed from cntnirh of other
organs speeuj ami inexpensive t" i
the Copeland sjstem. , .
"Do our hands and. feet swell?" ,
"Is hls more noticeable In Iho morning?
"Is .this more noticeable in the morn-
"Are thev coM nnd clammy?"
'Is tho urine dnrk nnd cloudy? ,
"Does a deposit torm when left sl.and-
"Is there a desire to get up at night?''
"Do j on see spots llontlnsr beforo the
"Arc the ejes dull nnd staring?"
"Is there n bad taste In mouth?
"Have jou rain In top of hend?
"Is jour Inlr getting grav?"
"If so. I" It suverv unite?"
eels llin abln Knln nml flrv?"
"Has the skin a waxv look?" .
"Do tou sco unpleasant things while
"Have jou chilly feelings down tho
"Do the Joint" pain and ache?"
"Do tho legs frel too heavy?" -
Citirrb nf the Mmimrli.
Catarrh of the stomar.i Is usually caused
by swallowing poisonous mucus, which
drops down from the hend and throat at
night Speeds and Inexpensive cure by the
"Is there nnuen?"
"Are sou costive""
"Is there vomiting?"
"Do jou belch up gas?"
"Are jou lUht headed?"
"Is jour tongue coated?"
"Have sou water brash?"
"Do sou hank nnd spit 7"
"Is there pain after eating?"
"Are jou nervous nnd weak?
"Do sou have sick headaches?"
"Do vou bloat up after eating?"
"Is tin re disgust for breakfast?"
"Have vou dlstteKs after eating?"
"Is votir throat nileel with slime?"
"Do vou nt times have diarrhoea?"
"Is there rush of blood to the head?"
"Is there constant bad taste In mouth?"
"Is thero gnawing sensation in stomach?!'
"Do you feel as If jou had lead in stom-
"When jou cot up suddenly are you
"When stomach Is emplj- do jou feci
"Do vou belch up material that burns
"When stomach Is full do jou feel op
presbed?" S5 A MONTH.
All cllriee. No variation from this
charge, it covers full treatment and nil
ForMnll 1 rentmentWrltr for-j niptomltlnnk
DIIS. COPELAND &imANAMAN,
ln.'tanil JO-MS V 11I1111 1 st,,, Kiinsns (It), Mo.
Specialties Catarih. Asthma, Bronchitis,
Kervous Diseases Kheumitlsm. Consump
tion and all Chronic Affections of the
Throat, Lungs, Stomach, Llvei and Kld
Oftlee hours- 9 a, m. to 12, 1 30 p m to 5.
I5venlnc's, Mondav", Wednedajs, Thurs
dajs nnd Soturdajs, 7 to i p. m. Sund.aj-,
0 a m, to 2 p m
TICKET BROKERS CAUGHT,
ci.i:ri:iu.r doctorm) knights ti:m-
l'l.AK UCKKTS WILL 1U KLrUSKD.
Clever Work by Lliiilrman 1'oote, of tho
Loc it Association, und Kffcctlvu blip
port Given lis ticket Agcnti
Other lliiUio.ul Ncivi,
Profiling by some experiences with Chris
tian Hndeavor business, Chairman George
II. Toote, of the Knnsas City Passenger
Association, kept his eagle eje upon the
Knights Templnr business, also centering
nt Boston. Mr, Toote was not long In discov
ering that there was a gilt-edge ticket in
the market, 1 elating to the Knights Temp
lar business, but which was being used bj-
Pthe brokers for Chicago-Kansas City and
Chlcago-Topeka tratlle. The article was
so gool that the brokers kept It well pro
tected and it wns some time befoie Chair
man Foote could get possession of a sample
copy, but he finally succeeded.
The brokers pursued a very shrewd plan.
Thej purchased n number of Knights Tem
plar tickets In Topeka, reading from Tope
k.i to Boston and return, via Chicago, with
notice to purchasers and an exchange order
on Chicago printed between nnd attaching
the going and the returning coupons, tho
going tlin not belne; limited tn Anmist 7
las regular Knights Templai tickets should
1 V. 1 . c lir un ll.i.l.rwl I.,.. . I. ., ., . -
....i uLrn nui.ie-w, mil till' leriurn UlllC,
October C being propirly stamped
Iho broke! s cut the exchange order from
the middle of the ticket (.vhich order rep
resented the round trip fare from Chicago
to Boston) and pasted the two Topeku
Chlcago couriii.s together, mnklng a
straight round trip ticket from Topeka to
Chicago, which was placnl on the maiket
at $21, or JS less thin the tegular round
trip lafo from Topeka to Chicago. The ex
change oreleis were doubtless sent to Chi
cago, where they were used for Chicago
Boston business nnd found ready sale for
that purpose The rate received for the
Chicago return ticki t, plus the price ie
eelvevl for the exchange order In Chicago,
footed up conelelerablv moro than tho orig
inal cost of the tickets and left tho btoker
a very handsome margin
,Juyn. Mr' V.0,f If-artied thnt more than
100 of these tickets had been purchased In
Topeka nnd thnt a large block of them had
been sent to Knnsns Cltj, he reall7e.l the
danger that threatened Chicago-Kansas
City business and Immediately pro
ceeeleel to call a meeting of local
representatives of the Chicago lines The
meeting was held vesteiduv afternoon and
the situation was thoroughly canvassed it
was discovered that In the contr.ai t there
was it iliuso declaring the ticket void If
altered In any wnj from the original issue,
nnd on this point tho o"al lines all agreed
to post the doctored tickets nnd did so jes
tertlcy afternoon Thes will not bo hon
orel v'ther on the going or the returning
trip i'ld. aH a result the biolcers are filled
up with costly stock that will bo a dead
loe-s to them
While the brokers nro primarily guilty of
this manipulation, the schema could not
have been carried out successfully without
the aid of certain regular ticket agents in
both Topeka and Chicago In thn former
Place there was nn agreement to leave oif
the going limit and In the latter there was
an agreement to necept the exchange order
nfter It was detached from tho regular
The' successful uncovering and blocking
nf this scheme relleets grent credit upon
Chairman Ponto and upon th represent i
tlve.s of the Kansas City lines nnd again
calls attention to the fact that Knnsns Cltv
Is the only city In tho country that has an
association that means anything.
VrUbTEIlN IlimNI SS INt'UKAbINO,
Probable Itentnrntloii of the W eitern Trnnk
Chicago, Sept. 7. Tho freight officials
of tho Western roads nre generally feel
lug highly encquraged over tho outlook
for business this fall, They nia feeling
bo confident that thuy will have a greut
amount of business to handle thnt a
strong effort will ptobably bo made In
the near future to rovhe the Western
trunk lino committee which went to
pieces a snort time ago. Tlio commit
tee was allowed to collnpso because the
volume of business wus bo light that
some of thu toads would not put them
selves in a position where thvy wero
likely tn bo debarted from making an
offott to eecuio as much as possible.
When In a committee agreement they
would be compelled to take whatever
percentage tho agreement allowed to
them and this they were not willing to
Now, tho amount of traffic In sight Is
so large that there is a disposition to
revive the cemimlttce and prevent the
lutes fiom going to a point wheiu the
roads will be likely to lose the best op
pot tuntty they have had for many a
month to tecoup themselves for the re
duced earnings they have faced go long,
A circular looking to the restoration
of the committee has been in circula
tion among the Western roads for some
time. It has received so many signa
tures that there Is u stioug ptobabll.
ity that a formal meeting will be call
tcd ut a formal date to consider the best
"Is Hie skin dry nnd. nnrsn-
"Is the hair drv and brittle?'' .
"I there nausea aft-r eating",
"Iln tho perspiration. a bad odtir7 "
"Is there puilliiess under tho cjts?"
"Are there dark rlnns nround the eyes.
week Is not nn far off ns nome of
our competitors nre In their
prices. Th whole
of morchnnt tailors have made
frantic efforts lo reach us with
IS nnd 20 foot poles beforo wo
our lino fall goods Into JH, ,16
nnd $13 Suits nnd $1 Pants. All
of the merchant tailors In tho
city havo tried every
trick In the business to turn tho
tide, but We originally cut the
prices nnd we are now cutting
out the fall styles. Tunny
these men of the cheap cloth are
attempting, but the reliability of
our establishment Is known ftom
ocean to ocean
all the Important towns In tho
United States, nnd particularly
the Western man Is familiar with
tho Integrity of the store of
ED HART The Tailor,
7th and Main Sts.
Wholesale ami lierail Grocer,
549 MAIN ST.
The "cue" to economical buying In gro
ceries Is held bv "Qulnn" see the "q?"
Having spent a lifetime In the business he
knows which, wheic, when nnd how to
buj- Don t come heie with the Idea that
wo'ro humbugs, because others have fooled
jou. Wo are not responsible for other
grocers' actions and "ad"." We nre at
tending to our own business, nnd it's largo
enough to keep us busj, and posted on
the market. To morrow we will sell
Battle Ax Tob icon, Ho lb.
Best Granulated Sugar, 12 lbs for 50c.
30 lbs nice Brown Sugar, Jl.
12 lbs Nnvj Beans, Kic
100 boxes. Water Queen Soap, 9 bars, 25e.
60 sacks Kidney Beans, 10 11)3, 21c.
71 cases new Oil Sardines, 3c box.
50 cases Mubtud Sardines, 5c box.
25 cases best fc iw Log Salmon, 2 for 15c
12 cases Imported Sardine", Sc box.
100 cases Portland, Sle., Lobsters, 2 for
Shrimp. 20c a can; cheap.
We bundle all leading brands of Tlour.
We will sell the well known "Jewell" for
$175 per cut,, better than any $2 25 Tlour
on the market Mondav onls
Good Luck Condensed Milk, 13c can;
feO enses Corn, 5o can.
50 cases Tomatoes, 5c.
7 Imrs Brown Soap, 25c.
C boxes Lje. 25c.
5 boxes Catfish. 1 lb, 5c,
Good Brooms 5c each,
50 boxes Clothes Pins, 1c doren.
25 cases Arliuckle's Coffee. 20c package
Columbian Oats, fc package
33 lbs Dold's Compressed Lard, $1; 3 lb
3 lb can W L. L.ard, 30c.
5 lb can W. L Lard. 4"c.
10 lb enn W. L Lnrd,
I'ute loaf country Lnrd, 10c lb.
Armour's Hermit Hams. IO'jc
Armour's Hermit Breakfast Bacon, 10a.
Hold's California Hams, first-class, 84e.
Dry Salt Meat", o" lb.
1. lbs Head Itlco. 23c.
Slasois Prult Jars, 'j gal., 83c; quarts,
70c, pJntl. !"'"C.
J gallon keg Svrup, SI.
5 gallons Gasoline, 50c.
New 5 gallon Oil Cans, 35c.
Buttermilk Soap 10c
2 3-lb boxes Soda Crackers, 25c
Gnllon bottle Pickle." 23c
C lbs Loose Starch. 23c
Goods sent C O D to any part of city.
Wilte for price list Goods packed and de?
Hv creel to depot free of charge.
manner of getting the committee on Its
feet once more.
lew PxcnrslonH To-eluv.
Onlv two roads will hnvo excursion trains
Into Kansas Cltj- to-dny The Sllssourl
Kansas ,c Texas will run one train from
Coffey vllle of. ten cars, while the Santa Po
has announced four extra tialns one from
l'ort SladNon In , anil three fiom Kansas,
which will eirilve during the forenoon
About 2 000 peoplo nre expected to tnko
advantage of the low rates offered and
visit Knnsns City to-d 15'.
The Wnbah ticket ofllce will be open to
daj from 9 a m to I p m , owing to the
pressure of Grand Army business.
Abilene, Kns , Sept. 7 (Special 1 Dem
ounts of Dickinson counts this afternoon
lmloticd tho Populist tlekot and declared
for fuo colnngo. Slnns stalwarts refusul
to enter tho convention
Plttshurg, Kas Sept. 7. (Special ) Dole
gates lepresenttng 2.000 coal miners met
hcio this afternoon to confer relative to
a 2 per cent leductlon on lump coal and
fi per cent on mine 11111. Tho opinion was
that tho 1 eduction was Ill-advised at this
tlnifi 'Iltcre is it strong .feeling In favor
of the organisation ot all tho miners of
Topek 1, Kns , Sept 7 -(Special) Auditor
Cole has (i-sued a wairant to the North
JVi1 "!? -'ompany, of Knnsis cits-, for
.-'.., O20, In full pavment for the furnltuno
supplied the Hutchinson reformators In
tho settlement between the state nnd Sir.
North he took back J1,35S 50 worth of fur
niture which the oM bo lrcl of reformatory
managers had purchased with such a lav
Weber, Kus Sept. 7 (Special.) Tho an
nual meeting of tho Solomon presbyteiy,
Including the Northwest Kansas counties,
adjourned Inst night after a two days'
session Itev 13 P Thompson, if Kanop
oils, was chosen moeleiator, Itev. P. S.
Blajney, of Abilene, seeietatj-. The bust,
ness of tho convention conslstcul chletly
of listening to reports and considering np.
plications for preachers' permits. A spring
session will be hcM
Atchison, Kas Sept, 7 (Special.) The
Demoei.its of Atchison county to-day nom
inated L. Corteljou for treasurer; John
Line, Jr., sheriff; Church White, register
of deeds; Dr. C. T, How, eotonei; John
Lawless, stirvesor, and W. S Purcell,
commissioner. No nomination was made,
against Charles H Krehs, tho Kepubllcan
county clerk, who has held the oillce for
tweutj"-two jcars, and who U a candidate
Kingman. Kas .Sept. 7.-(SpecIal.) Tho
lUpuhllcans. of Kliigmun county met In
convention heie to-das. W. M, Wallace
was chairman and p. It Glllett scctetary.
The folllviimr liomlmitln.i,. ew.a .,,.,.1..
ju Jr. 1 1. 1.- . . J"-M'
Isirutton wns btrongly Indorsed, Tho tlekot
Is regai ded as a wliiiui
Junction City, Kas, Sept. 7.-(Speclal.)
The judlclnl committees from Geary, Dick
inson Morris and Marlon, which comprise
the Ulghth Judicial district, mot In tho
cits to-duy, to discuss whether or not tho
district should call a convention to nom
Inato a Bepubllcan In opposition to Judge
James Humphrey, the non-partisan nomi
nee It was decided to call u convention to
bo held at Herlngton, Siptember 30. This
convention may or may not nominate
Slexlco. SIo , Sept. 7. (Special.) D.-r ji
grtbsmcui Beauehuinp, who expects to lie
Sam Cook, of the slate committee, u iiu
for congress In this district In the comlnir
campaign, epoko en tllver In the east .nd
of thU county to-day. Both Cook and
C ark favor the free co nase of silver at
a ratio of 10 to I. Str. Clark leaves .a
few days for Iowa to lecture for Jim ie
night. It Is eald he thus expects to inakS
money enough to bear his campaign ex.