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THK ICVNfUS CITY .lOt'UXAT,, SATl'TWAY, SKPTEariJRU "1 . 10.1.
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WARRANTS READY TO SERVE,
tvimi.i'.sAt.i: Aitut:sT4 ion itAiumAti
itontiiNti im. m: maim: to-day.
UMrcllres Itrrovrr n Lnr-e jinvnllty of
Mnleti tlmidt nml I IikI Tint 1 liojr
Mure I'nrnrtlicd i Melt lit-
Rtnl-edUung itf 1 hlrc.
Vntc. nil Mgnft fall, Mver.it Imporl.int
nrrestn will be mnd to-day In the whole
sale robbery cup, in which nearly nil the
rillromls centering In K.in-m City are In
terested. A stated cxrluMvcty In the Journal ye--terdny,
Thomas J furlong, of St, Loui,
chief of the ecr-t Mrvlrp of the Missouri
1'nciflij railroad, nnd John J. Ivintiey, chief
of the Snnt.i l'c rallrotij, nre In the city
with a corps of detective;, working on the.
oma. Daily conferences between the de
tectives and County Mnrhal Kwhteor have
been held In the marshal's olllce for .1 week,
nml nt a mooting of the railroad detectives
nnd the county tnnr-tinl ye'lenlny It wis
definitely Mttled to begin making nrreats
to-day, It Is said that not les than n dosen
warrants for men -upecled of being Impli
cated In the robbery of the railroad com
i.inlc have been lned from Justice Mich
nel Jovce's court nnd arc now waiting to
hen Thomas Nolan, foreman of the
Ilallroad Transfer Conipnnv, was arrested
two weekr ngo by Policemen Trehny and
Cask' y, for stealing goods at the freight
depot", It was Intimated that he v. as but
one of a gang of well org.tnl7.rd thieves,
whoso operations covered a period of sev
eral j ears and involved a loss to the rail
road companies of many thousands of dol
lars. Hut, on the surface, the Investigation
Into the nllegid complicity to defrnnd the
lallroad companies died out and the public
lmil almost forgotten the Incident ot No
lan's arrest. It develop", however, that nil
Microtis skilled detectives have been work
ing night and das" ever hIiico on the case
nnd the reult of their Investigations Is ap
parent In the fact that more than Jt.uOO
worth of stolen goods hive been recovered
nnd three men are locked In cells In the
county Jail on speclllc charges of petit lar
ceny, nwultlng arraignment, when charges
of grand larceny will be preferred against
The men who arc locked up for nlleged
complicity In the robbery of the railroad
companies are William Harris, "- years old,
of 9.4 Troost avenue, charged with stealing
n. bo: of Hinoklng tobacco valued at !7"i
from the Hannibal .v at. Jceph railroad;
Charles Lyons, so years old, of W3 Washing
ton street, chaiged with stealing u box of
(ipplu pieservcs from the Kansas City,
Pittsburg t Gulf i.illroad, and Itobert
Crockett, IS years old, ot 0:3 Washington
Mrtet, chaiged vtlth stealing a case ot eggs
irom the Kunus City, Pittsburg ,t Uulf
intlroad. AH of tho men were drivers for
the Itnllroad Transfer Company.
liver since the nrrest of Nolan and after
tho railroad detectives look hold of the
caw, hidden boes of stolen plunder have
been uncovered In various parts of the
city. One of the Urst places visited by tho
detectives was Nolan's home, In the east
part of town. H proved to be a veritable
gold mine In the way ot stolen stuff. There
wore boves of flannel dress goods, silks,
Fatins and woolen goods, ladles' hose, rib
bons, a box of silk thread, a box of yarn,
many dcutn pairs of gloves and other dry
woods. The bouse seemed to be tilled with
fetolen goods, nearly all of which was new.
The detectlvo9 got a trace of n trunk
filled with klioi's that Mrs. Nolnn h.ul
taken to a farmhouse eight miles south
of town, by direction of her husband, and
afterward had It removed to lt.Oa Penn
(treot, where It was recovered yesterday.
A big box illled with stolen stult was
traced to JuUiis- Haunt's second-hand store
tit 3J1 West I'lfth .street, and recovered.
Perhaiw the biggest and richest "plant"
of stolen goods was recovered at "15 Wy
andotte street, in a vacant house. Notes
upon boxes were found here, from tho
linsvincnt to the garret, containing nil
Kinds of goods There were boots and
Hhot-s dress goods, silks, calicoes', vvrish
lioanft, mop handles, rolling pins an
thlng and everything that had come easily
in the gang's wti. AH of the goods re
coveted were taken to the county jail and
placed In the big vault. Lost night the
vault was Illled.
A conference wan held In tho private
olllce ot ihirshal Keshlenr yesterday after
noon between the marshal and Detectives
Furlong, Klnnej, .lunklns. Justice Jojeo
and Mrs. Nolan, wife of the missing for' -man
of tho Railroad Transfer Company,
i 'ntil after Nolan's urrcst Mrs. Nolan be
lieved that hire wus his lawful wife, nnd
bad ulwajs' passed as such. Recently the
railroad detectives have searched tho rec
okU and found that a marrlago license
was never issued In this county to herself
and Nolan. Two years ago she went with
Nolan to Independence, where they wore
mauled, ns? fdio supposed, by a Justice of
the peace in one of the hotels, Tim dis
covery of the fraud perpetrated upon Mrs.
Nol.uv who Is nt least Nolan's common
law wife was evidently used by the de
tectives for tho purpose of embittering
Jier ngalnst her husband, but It Is evi
dent that tho scheme failed, as she seems
to be dccpl) In love with the man who
Mood close toward the head of one of the
most thoroughb organized gangs of rail
road thieve that ever operated In this
f-ection of Hie country. Tbe dele, lives un
convinced that Mrs. Nolan was In no was
connected with the operations of the gang.
A Journal reporter visited the three sus
jieited im n who niu locked up In tho
rountv Jail, M-sterdny. They'talked freely
nnd hone of them denied thnt ho was
guilty of the speclllc allegations In the
w.iiranis on which they were arrested
Thej all vehemently dennuncid Nolan for
getting them Into trouble, and when tho
reporter told them that Nolan had given
infoi motion, to tho detectives that went
to show that they were members' of the
gang, the did not set m to be surprised,
but expnustd tho opinion that It would
bn "just like him to do such a nick."
The detectives- claim that Nolan made n
pworn confession implicating between
twelve and sixteen men In tho gang ot
ruilroud thieves, livery effoit has. been
undo to verify this confession, ami It is
h.-ild that 1h one of the reasons for tho
delav in making vhoIt"ile arrests.
When tho easo against Nolan was called
In Justice Joyce's court yesterday morn
ing, 'ho defendant did not appear and tho
mstlce went to work to make out papeis.
'in tho rase, declaring Nolan's bond of
Jl W forfeited The csise had been con
tinued frmn Monday Viecnusu of the ub
o ot the dufeml.ii ', nnd as the law ie
qulres a lapse ot foul days fiom the time
tho bondsmen ur. ordered to appear in
court with their client or show n.ison for
not so doing, the precedent ot foruu i
cases was onserveu unu wi iiem-iut cmr
of tho criminal court, made certification
of that fact to him, and asked lilm to Issue
citations of appearance for Willinni ("as--ldy
and J W Jone, bondsmen for No
lan. Judge Wofionl ha not ji-t des
ignated a day on which tho bondsmen shall
nnpe.ir. and the payers will not Im issued
until this moinlng. Tho men nre llablo
for jSW each.
Jusllco Joyco said yesterday that Pas
sidy had. In signing tho bond for Nolan,
testified that ho was wurth JJ.SOO above nil
indemnity, while Jones swore to being
worth V". Their holdings wero mostly
In real estate. ,
Thu disappearance of Nolan from tho
city is not giving tho railroad detectives
nr tho county marshal tho slightest un-i-aslners.
"We will have Nolan bick here
Insula of two weeks," paid Marshal lvesh
lr.ir yesteiday. "Thero Is no danger that
'i.vwy "depot Is being watched by detect
ivee, so that thero l llttlo uneasiness or
fear that membeis ot the gang who havo
not jet been apprehended will tako alarm
wud try to escape
Highest Honors World's Fair,
MOST PERFECT MADE.
pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
iom Ammonia, Alum or any other adulteran,
iO YEARS THE STANDARD.
TIip tltnlr f.lnx Will Itun Our I rum t'lln
Inn ISetl v eitm sil. I'ns.eligt r Vgrnt
dosrl)niin tbetler train.
Tho Kansas City, Osceola .; titillierit
rnllrond will run n spec ml ev urMon Into
this city VYcdnesda) evmlng of In xt weik
from Clinton, .Mo. nnd Interim Hate points
atonic the line, for those who desire U si e
"HlnlHid." the bis Henileisnn siie.tn'le,
which i otn.'S to tbe Auditorium next weik
The road will make n round trip tale of
im fare, nnd It Is rxpeetpil thnt .VO or )
will tnke the opportmilt to witness "Kin
bad." "The Omenta ecnrlon," snld Mr, II I".
Josseljn, the getienil pnsenger agent ot
the rond, Jesterdnv, "suegrsti. a line nlotiK
which the railroads could work, not only
with the greatest ndvnntntrp to the then,
tern, but to tliemseH'S. Hint Is, the run
nine of the.npn Hit suliurlmii thenlet trains
Into the tltv whem-vir there Is a bin at
traction, sin h as '.Slnbnd.' If these tinlim
were run from n distance of fortv or slxt(
or even n greater number of miles, m re
duted rntrs, and returning Immedlntelv
nftu the theaters were nut, they would
llndnubtidly be -plendl'lly pntronlied, nnd
would afford people from out nt town tho
iippurtunll to ei nil the best things the
I Knnns City theaters pusented. As It Is
now, penpi miisi inner siay an nigiii ur
miss half the show."
unit ittntAM'i: i:.mi:i.
A Voting mil in, Him I. loped from t'ol
orido, -eks DUorre.
ltosnlle Cotllno, n beautiful girl IS years
ot nge, and Jor-eph T. 13ilinian, n lel-v
grnph oiH-rntor slightly over 20 years ot
age, eloped from Pueblo, Col., March IT,
ISM, were mntrled, nrr.! enmn to Kanm
City to live, Mrs. Ashman says her vouth
ful husband soon grew tlri-d of her, cursed
her, culled her Mle names, nnd told her
frankly that he did not wnht her nenr
hlnv he was too loung to settle down
nml take caro ot n woman. Mrs. 11-hmBn
wiyts he demonstrated his Inability to ouio
for her b fulling to provide her with ne
cessities, although lie had money with
which, to do it.
.Mrs; l.slininn appeared In the circuit
clerk's otllce sosterday afternoon anil Hied
u. suit for divorce, in which sh" asks for
tho restointlon ot her maiden name.
Criminal (unit I'rot ccillin;-.
Judgo Woffonl heard a small number of
rnos jesteniay In the criminal court.
John Netf, who has n srtloon on Seven
teenth and Holly streets, wns lined tto and
costs for selling liquor without a llceno.
Jiwjge WolTord afterwards remitted. $20
of the lino. Neff pleaded guilty. Under
tho old police board rule Neff wns le
fused a license because he' wished to place
e saloon where there wore no business
liouvcs, and many ot the residents re
fused to sign Ills petition ami made
porsotr.il efforts to have tho so.loon sup
pressed. When tho new board was ap
pointed NefT learned Hint ho would be
granted a license, nml liecamo so suro ot
It that ho opened bis place before the ap
plication for a license w.it. acted uiion.
Tho West Side Law nnd Order lAMgno was
the prosecuting witness, against Neff.
The cure of Kd l)oughert, very much
similar to rhat of Nefi's, w.us postponed
owing to the ub-enco of the- defendant.
Judge Wofford ordered the Issuance ot
an alias capias warrant and Dougherty
brought Into court Monday morning.
A motion to retax the costs In the Krue
ger eks;tlon fraud case was Hied and will
Im argued Mondav.
Tho case ot I". JJ. llrj'ant, charged with
having made perjureil statements regard
ing an account owed htm by the Methodist
mission, was dismissed by the state.
.-1 1 1 1 1)11 Notfrt.
Mrs Sarah Sheldley, tlie guardlin ot
George Sheldley, has brought suit to re
cover sums aggregating $ll,l"-1 on notes
given b Thomas U. Tomb, who for yonrs
was Mr. Sheidlej's Ilnanclnl agent; Willi im
Weston, Kdward W. Taylor and Daniel Lu
cas. Twelve ot the notes, amounting to
$10,JJ7.73, are against Mr. Tomb. They
were given by Tomb and Andrew Ko -water
to James 11. Uoyd, In April, lsST, and
havo slme passed Into the possession of
.Mr Sheldley. Thiee of the noles are for
$l,.;31.oJ each: three are for KI7J.17 and four
.ire for fWG.l.G. The notes against William
Weston amount to 4-',.'iOO. They were glun
in 1SS1. The notes ngalnst Lucas were
given in 1SW and amount to ?27 .Ti. The
Taylor notes wne dated in June, lis7, and
amounted to $1,1"5.
New .Salts I'llnl.
2IS7S. Tlsh Hrltt v. Jonathan Diltt; dl
1M7D. Jnmes It. Gurrett vs. Metropolitan
Stree-t Hallway I'ompanj , damages.
itO. George Sheldley v.. Thomas I!
2 ISM, George Shcldloy vs Danb 1 Lucas,
l!liS2. Georgo Sheldley vs. William Wes
LtsS3. William M. Held vs. Southwestern
Loan and lmd Company and Homer
2ISSI ele-orgo Sheldley vs. LMwnrd W.
21SS3. Charles Nacclo vs. Josephine Man
Ili: nmllo V. Del Ilondlo vs. Jacob
Dold Tacking Company; note.
After twenty-two years of wedded life,
Tlsh Hiltt iiks a divorce fiom her hiisbind,
Jonathan ilrltt, who Is employed In a gio
ceiy store on Grand avenue, near Illght
eenth street. They were mart led In 1S7J
and Mrs. Ililtt s iy- she received a hinting
a few days ago and determined to leavo
Jonathan to take e.ue cf hlm.si if.
Suit Against .t I urn! ('ntnpiti.
Wllllim M. Held has brought suit ngalnst
the Southwestern Loan and l.iud Company
and Homer Heed to recover $.'i,lW. Held
claims to hold two of the bind compiny's
notes for Hw) each, given January 15 and
Juno 15, IS'JI. Homer Heed s tho surety
on both notes, on which onlj JDOO has been
Ordi'reit to Grint itu Appeal.
Judge Dobon his ordered Justice Ilnw
thorne to grant liobert l''oruster nu ap
peal to tho circuit lotirt, or to appear to
explain his reasons for not doing so. 1'or
rester wns defeated In a civil suit n shoit
tlmo since In Justice Hawthorne's court,
nnd claims the Justice retused to grant him
John If. Martin bos brought suit ngalnst
C. 1). I'rcnvh nnd J. .'. uwon to recover
Jl.fMl on two notes duted June 29, IsSS, and
July 1, 19.
Death of .It 1 s s Dle.iuor .luiobs,
Telegiamn to this city sesturday an
nounced tho death of Miss lllc'iinor Jacnhx
nt tbe Antleis liotel. I'olniadu SpilngH,
Slio tiled at ubout 5 o'clock Tliursday inoni
Ing the muse liilng an ailectlou of ihe
lungs She was about l'l ye.us ot use. The
remains will bu brought to this city thin
evening by .her mother. Tho funi'ial will
lake place fiom the lesldiuce ut ltey. Dr.
S M. Need, Twenty-ninth and ('.impbill
streets, to-mouow iiltenioon. The hut lilt
will bo In Independence, Miss Jacobs lived
most of her life Willi her patents In Inde
pendence Her father. M. It. Jacobs, died
n California In May, Isw
Six leais ago the fumlly came, to this
city to live, their tlrst residence being nt
thu Victoria hotel After Mr. Jacobs'
death, .Mis. nnd Miss Jncobs mado tho
Washington their homo. Miss Jacobs was.
n member of ihe Ceiitinl I'lesbyterlun
church, and hud rnuny fitends huic
Seharnagel restaurant, open day and
night; all tho delicacies of the seasqn.
W. C. Drake, Omahn, la nt the Coates.
l P. Valontlne, Doslon, Is at the Coates
G, Jt. Parker, Philadelphia, Is nt tho
r, H. Like, Cincinnati, Is nt tho Coates.
J, D. Austin, Memphis, Is at the Ooates
A. M, Kluir, Albany, Is', Y Is ut the
H. II, Clark, St, Louis, (s at Iho Coates,
O, M, Osborne, Tacoma, Is at tho Coites.
C, 0, Denbuugh, Pueblo, is at the Coates,
G. H, Ilojnton, Davunport, Is ut tie
V. Sargent, St. Louis, Mo , Is nt the Vic
C il, May, St. Louis, Mo., Is at the Vic
N, T, lprlend, Chicago, Is at the Victoria.
K' K. Gash, Harry, Mo., Is at tho Vic
toria. T W. Carley, Klrltwood, Mo., Is at tho
j. J. Denney, Fairfax, Mo., Is at the Vic
toria, O V. Williams, St. Louis, Mo., is at the
J. Peterson, of Carbondale, Kas., Is at tho
J, A. Anderson, of Ottawa, Kas., is at the
W H. MeNItt, of lted Cloud, Neb., Is at
the New Albany.
I J. Norton, of Strong City, Kas., Is at
tho New Albany.
J. n. Thomas, of Mount Leouard, Mo., Is
at th New Albany.
ji,AL5 1 un uwr vnil RFFI TO THF NFW STIW YFT?
Health Flour Takes Kansas
Cily by Slorm.
J'our Tlioiinnil riiokiigcs of Klour
Oivon Away 1'n'o Yt'itcrdny
to tin1 Converts of This
(.rent 1'iuo Food.
AN UNPARALLELED RECORD,
The free distribution of Ktll-ton llrillh
Hour will be i ntitlniled this liiuru uc nt
Staley A Dunlap's resiaurinl, ntj Mn'.n
Ftreet, an 1 the number win !i ills fur
the new gas stove will be publi In 1 Hun lay
Did ou rp one of those hot Mils v s
terdiiy? They were dillelous Su h a pin
nonrenal succesn fttlendlng the In.nigur.i i in
of ltnlston Health flour In Kansas i t
jentcrdsy t pimply without a. pr. dcnt in
the history of the country.
All day Ionic the people came In crowds
nirerly bent on securing a Tree -unpli of
tho Ivst product produced In the n m ( nth
century, nnd whrn the dn mti o r
t.O") people had enfn of the dell I m- lint
mulllnsi, so dnlntlly servd. an I hit b n
supplied wt'h a sample pukiK'- of tl ir
The ex(iullle llavor of the br I mil 1
forth numeioug expressions of blight mil
tho cook wns kept buy the rii ir.- Im
The eager response of Kansas li s pcoph
lu answering lo the freo distribution adv r
llsements Is a most convincing .irgum- nt
In favor of their desire for this pure In alih
Wliut II Will Ho.
Its rpinlltles, wrought out by years ot
painstaking labor, seleiitllii n in h and
the most careful experiments that gifn d in
telligence i mild bring to bear Is ininti-l-ble
for the production of Il.ilston ll'iilih
1'loui Tlie 'r germ or life Is embodi. d in
It, and lis virtues are slgnlllmiitly i pitied
In Its name.
Its constant use lends lt life-giving a inl
ltles to the human form, and main It nil
but divine In Its sjmnieliy of newly devil
oped muscles nnd strength' ned llmij-
It has t.ikiii eirs ot pat but -lulv to
produce this wonderful health-glvini, iu
tlcle It Is founded on the imp si tint
truest rules leading to health, a t ijal roi 1
Indeed, but certain nnd sure in 1. 1 the
guiding Inlluuiice of Halston lle.il'h Pldur
bread. There Is now no reason whi people
should not live longer, better and linppli r,
liappUr because- that wondi rful cnml. na
tion of nerve, tissue and muli ill. bu 1 ,
In short may now receive In Hils'r.n It. il h
Clour the food so necessary to bring it to
the infection ot health.
An old man made joung would be a ral
l-ition ot the ertects of eating brea I made
RALSTON HEALTH FLOUR.
This Is a pretty conceit, snjs some one.
It Is not a coruclf, It Is wonderful, we
grant, but maintain it Is not a far fen lied
It Is the food pir excellence, combining
with the great st amount 01 food n dt 1. m y
of llavor Inllnl'el pleaslmr and en mine
to the t.isti To the Weakly Wi- ask W.nild
J ou be strong?
To tho strong we sl- Would vmi n-tain
and add to jour strength.' To the -I U we
would sny Hon't "throw phjsl- t the
dogs," the intilllgent .inimals wotill Imt
give It a ulsdiiliiful sniff, but let th.it d.-li-i
ati l It owned to ist voir cat evei moin
lng be iiii'le from Halston Health Clour
bread and from lis nutiltlous and nourish
ing virtues ion i mnot but fei I a mnikiil
lmproement in out coniittion
'lo nil, glu ltilston Health Flour a trlnl
This is all we a-k. We are cunlldeut of
tho good results.
SOLD Blf ALL RETAIL GROCERS,
Ridenour-Baker Grocery Co.,
WliolPsitlo Aijt'iits. K.tiisiist'ity, Mo.
ff4 III.AIIOl till I It) l4
RAISTnH HFAITH Fl flllR
lU And lte.l l.lncerli'.
5H AUSTIN'S, 412 HAIN. p
s$m o o o o o c o c rgj
iio.m.y mi.i, mi-inn it.
rnMttiui'.ter r.eneriil INon'n t'oiii tY btrh
lie Yeirs us u Siurf l'ili.
W'nsblngton I.etti r to ritldburg I'ost.
Tlilos jolt ore ,i nuini m itl-t ot iiiiu.su il
knowledge juu wniild luub.ibly not Uiy
much intuition to the p.ile gold coin whleb
l'oatmast.r liuieiul WIImiii fieuent!y
wears us a juu on the scurf wbb b loiei.s
most ot bis -hirt liont. Hut If juu me un
tpert nml iiithusiit on tl o sulifcet of
i.uu nml antique i oln.s jour tyt.s wl 1 tsp.ir
kle with iiliiiMii''- .it bight of that hcnrtpln,
and possibly our llngirs will lliiub' with
vague kli-ptoni.iuiiie liripulsu to gi.ib It .mil
tun. Tor tliH cpert will leiomil,- In tho
pale gold disk nn example of the moat or
fect and most beautiful cjIus evir s.truck
nt any mint.
And If you nre allow, ,1 tho privilege of a
clone iiiHpeitloii you will dlsi over that Ills
particular spu linen bus hnd pnseived In
eleij d, lull Ihf equlsHe li-.iuty of ilcs gn
mid llnisli linparti'd to It by elatslc nrtl-ts
and nitlllierH, whose biulns and bunds
crumbled to dust ,-o long ago that It makes
one ft el ax in a In run just to think ithmt
It. Tor that coin, of tlm delicate ellow of
tho cactus bloom, perfect ns when It was
tosiseil fiom the btnmper'a band was mint
ed while the matchless eloquence of !e.
rnosthi'iien -till' lav'.jslii'.l Hie ems of tlu
Athenians and Hied their pulbes nnd It
bears the eillgv of him ngalnst whom tho
Attic oiatoi burled his llereipt Invoctlves
l'liillp of Maeidon, father of Alexander tho
Tho coin Is n gold ktater of I'ldllp, noted
among numlMnutlc as one of tlie most
In i fiit and biuutlful examples of the con.
er'h art the world ha.s known In the twen.
tj-two centiitliH thai lime tiips slnc It
was struck by command of tho founder of
the Mueedonlun omplie. no coin i go luis ex.
cecded or even cquiled In llnrness of do
hlgn and exeiuilon tlint of l'liillp. strange
as ihlh muy c tn to tline who icgaid tho
modi rn world as to atly miperl r In nl
iiiom everv way to tin ancient Tin gold
which l'liillp an 1 moot of the (Ireek st 'tea
used In Hielr lolnnge was known an eU'C
triim, consisting of nbout one-nrth pnrt of
llier, wbb h Imparted ro It the exqu -Ito
Khinli- of jellow which Is one of lis cliie
ihaiins to Hie tye. The pn Hie tie id of
l'liillp on the rold stilir. crowned with Its
dilicato laurel wreutli, U as clear In out
line as If cut In cuiino. wlillo th ciinilot
and fctetds on the tevcise aro dimming ex
aniilif of classic art lu dielgu nnd work
inaimblp . . .
The Intrinsic vnluo of th- (fold In the coin
1 about $8. but the alue of a plrce of
kiieh vast uiitlqulty, no puifectly pre, rved,
to tho antiquarian and the coin collet tur, It
would be dltlleult lo estimate. Another
point about this Macedonian statu- whldi
greatly lncreans Its Milue In the ejes of
tho nntlqumlaii Is the facr tint l'hlliii was
the first king who had the arrogance to
put hU own elllgy on money lrelou.ly,
so far as known, the eolna of tbe (Ireeks
and tho Orientals bad borne the UIIkIch of
th- Ir gods or mythological home or rither
tellglous devices nnd sj-mbols Hut I'htllp
In flreece, us f'a-ar In Home, thrust the
gods nsldo and stamped bin own pioud and
conquering head upon hh coins Hut while
tho contemporary enemies of both l'liillp
dud rnear Included this among their
count in tho Indictment for boundlcs am
bition and Impiety brought against them,
the Oreelc nnd Itomiin populace made It nil
light by conveniently dl- overlug that tho
two conquerors were really not men after
all but god in their own right.
It Is probable that itnorlu r coin similar
tu that which Postmaster (iencral WlUou
wens as a scarf pin does not exist lu thU
country, ouUlde of a museum It was pre
sented to him by a friend who picked It up
at a t.alo In l'arls. Of Its genuineness
there Is no doubt, for when Mr. Wilson was
In London last year he took It to the ex
perts ut the Hrltb.li must urn. who pro
nounced It nuthentle nnd tried hard to buy
It but nothing could Itulm-o Mr llson to
part with It, for he values It not nloue be
cause It was presented to him by u very
dear friend, but because, like most classical
.scholars, ho ho a deep love for the "glory
tint was Oreece." and this rare bit of
minted gol I carries him bm-k to the most
luminous) era of the beautiful and wonder,
ful llreek civilisation which still glows for
tho ttudent like an unfa ling dawn behind
-ho mists and glooms qt overlapping centuries.
V Have you seen tlie perfection of detail in the ami moment of the greatest Clothing House in Kansas "g
City or the entire West? Have von noticed Ihe threat sheets of plate jrlass Mimuiiulhig the
hi; entire structure? Have you observed the wonderful electrical display? HAVI2 YOU &
V. . r...... .. ..... ......,.-., .n.mi n't't-L"ii e Mt tic"i' i'i'-rl.' wi
POUtS'I) Yi:ST OF TNIi HliJblbbll-'l-'l.-
IF NOT, TO-DAY PRESENTS A GOOD OPPORTUNITY.
Tho rest ini,' room, with its iniipniliroiit nppointinontd. in one of tho very least attraotivo things ahemt this
department. Whatever .should lie in a perfeot and complete stock is herein profusion none of the proved Krt,
missing. H's the largest line of novelties and staples ever galheied under an one Western roof, and gives wide enough
scope, in the price to satisfactorily equip any and ovoryhody. .Begin at a dillar and go ou up a high as 1.J for the
suits and each well worthy of t'ho price and a saving ou prices found at other stores, if, indeed, the suits are to he
found thereat all. This isii't empty hoaxing. WVro proud of the Children's Department, with its 0,000 feet of
space, and invite, the most searching criticism upon it. We go into the handling of all the little odds and ends that
heretofore have never been found in even tho best of stocks Loggings, Shirts, Sweaters, Underwear, Neckwear,
Waists, Undervvaists, Stockings, Shoes anything and everything, without a missing link, from the head to the foot.
And, talking about the head, there are I. ri() feet of showcase containing a liberal display of the various styles in
Hats, Caps and Novelties. Come and look around, use tho reception room freely for your comfort and convenience.
Tuat's what it's for, whether you wish to buy or not.
What applies to other departments of the Iioiho the spick-span newness is equally forcible regarding the
Furnishing Goods line. You take no chances of old timers from this stock, for, Irom the collar buttons to the highest
priced article in stock, evervthing was niaimfjictured for this fall and winter's wear. There were great purchases
made and. what will interest you fullv as much, heavy diM-ounls seen red and the price lowers accordingly. There's
ovorv imaginable price here,
d Department can best bo obtained by a perusal of tho following:
i Xeekwonr, from S.'o. to S2 50 I Hosiery, from We to
i Hnndkerclilefc, linen, from 10c to
Suspenders, from 2ic to
Suspondes, from U.'c to
Cllovn?, from r.Oc to
C'tift lltittons .from 27,c to
UK Stiil: I'ins, from 25c to
And ovory articlo hears
; al our haul; to make all statements
Hach evening is a special featuie of tho now lmiMint,', but to night tho
sii'ht worth tun seeing. Wo'ro preparing an especial electrical display
OF TENTH AND
IMPROVEMENT IN TRADE,
iii ri.iKiii mi: M-.i-rmiiiiiit r.wiut
him; iniioi'iiiim i' nn: cou.stuv.
Hllilc Clearing Very Large, Wheat I-.-
iHtitt llnnniHiiis and lleny Corn
Milpiiirnts Aro Aiming the
retlures Dllll'i Jlu.lcw.
KfW York, Kept, --nrtulstrot's i-.
Otnuat trade throughout the United Stan -.-hows
further Impioiement in this, th,
socond week of ri ptt mber, moro put.tti
larly In manufacturing and coinruerdal
tin. s nt tho Hast and the South. Trom tin
Central Wehtern nnd Western Btuteb, not i
bly lown, there me aiHitci, that pureha-.es
of sviisonnblo goods bao been clicked
this week because of high temperature
throughout the region upecllled, but In the
.South Atlnntlc, ilulf and Southwestern
states, and on the l'aiillo coast, genual
trudo has been Increasing In oli.iiiu with
Improving mercantile conditions, with
goods tilling with less effort in many in
btunces. In Mipport of favorable Inlluenclng condi
tions uro this week's heavily Increased
total of bank clearings, tho largest wick's
aggregate of wheat cipoits within thrie
months, hc.wiest week's bhlpmcnts of In
dian corn In fcoveulceu mouths, the main
tenance ot full proportions of the ouiaor
tllnailly he.i demand for Iron ami ate. I,
inn! tho blgnillcant haidunlng of lulling
muiies nuikots, ucionip mled by repents of
in teasing inen.intil" discounts.
l'r let, tuid, ncles this wek are more fa
loiabb fr-oni the point cf view of the hold
tr, iidv antes haling been retordod in
wheat, loin and oats, oftcr u prolonged i.
ui Lion, wheat Hour, mw nnd rellnetl sUfe.ii.
tulfce, brown and bleached cotton goods
mil print cloths. In sole lentlur and tur
pentine Ouotutlouh hao held steady
through Ihe wieli tor totion. wool, liimbei,
hohh and lard, while decreases among
prl'ts tor leading staile.s am noted roi
'utile. Mieep, iwiK mid rosin. A special in
quiry by llia.lstie, i'a into prices tor moro
than luO stnplo products .show thnt n the
!. ond iiumu r of the current uluidur
jeur there were nd. unit in quotations tor
ilfly-.sU, no change ror hmenteui, and
lower prices leach, d b only twenty .Iglit.
Wluut .xpoits, both toiihU Unlltd Stut;
mid Cinaibi, uggicgatn J.SJS.OOO bushels this
we, It (Hour Included a- wheatk u giln of
on. -third our last we. k, but lu contrast
with a.W7i"J bushels uuo year ago, 4,,'7,iJ
bushels two c-ais ago, mid 3,TH i bus ills
In the like week of lvW New Vork. Mon
11, ul mid tho I'iuiIIc oiihi shipped moro
titely. 'liit.il exports of Indian coin iiggie
garo l.lft'i.uoo liHshals ibis week, twice whut
wus sent out list week, n much luikui
quantity tlimi In like weeks In preceding
Vars, and tho heaviest week's total since'
April, mi. .
Hun's We, kll llevlen.
Now Vork, Sept 20.-1.. O. Pun & C'o.'s
weekly reiluw of tho trade says: lu spite
of Ihe gold exports, wheat advanced for
some ,!a. In nil nearly 2e, umllily be
cause ii slngh) kpiuilalur bought, but un
i'lulay fell ubout K Corn roju nnd fill
in sympathi with wheut. with us little
ru.son. Western wheat lecelpU for three
weeks of September hayo lieen ll,TJl.V
budiels, ugalnst l-.,tJI,i2) last sear, while
Atluntlo exports, Hour iiioliide-,1, liuvo been
J 0,L4)J buslieds against 7,Wl,'JSb last year.
Hood lipoits ot loitlgll erups, wcukniss
of Hour in .Mlnmuta and. large expoits
of corn fiom this country, all work ngalnst
a rise lu wheat, though semclty of con
tract grades muy help a speculative ad
vance, l'ork rirudutits have been reason
ably jlelcllM.. with prospects of a 1 irgo
torn ciop, but before the eloao had a
stiouger tone. The cotton market, lifting
and falling a fr.ictioneaeh day, alternately
shows no settled tendency, big stocks bal
ancing an undoubted but as yet not de;il
nllo di'eiiase in sleld. Th surprising In
ireuse In production and udvance In pilcea
of Iron stem to bo bringing n natural
cheek, as ptUes have gone, so high as to
taupe sumii purehasis fiom llurope, both
of pig and Hnlshtd pioducts, and have
also caused u distinct shrinkage in home
demand. Leather has further udiunccdin
some qualities, though the rise of 61 per
tent for the first half of the ear on
sixteen qualities has been followed by
only 2 per cent rise slireo July 1, mid this
week a break has oreurred of So lu t'nlon
crop. Hides aro S per cent lower than In
'the cotton mills which laid In stocks of
cotton below 6 cents are enriched by the
I-' A' h- I llll 1 A .'(I .S . il-. VI-..s. I . LUllll'lJ-,1 i:.1 IV ULOI O I VJVIV 3
AlEN'S, BOYS' Ais'l) CHILDRHN'S CLOTMINO TO
but onlv reliable ijoods. Some idea of the range and extent
Sweaters, from fiOc to..
I'ndi rwoar. from RiV to
bite Shirts, laundered, from f.Oc to ..
White Shirts. unlalindiTed, from a.'c to.
Cnlored Shirts, lnuiuleicd, from J1.00 to.
Negligee Shir s, from f.Oc to
Collars, from 10c to
our j-iinrantec of cntnloto satisfaction
yooil. Jlavc joit evei heard of a moro complete assoitincut ami range ot
KANSAS CITY'S FOREMOST GL0THIER3,
Troubles. Hv its
cn ,,f.,n.,h.. n,n I nf its iimu.r
l...nr'.mLiimilinll nr "lie- 1 .lltm
lItfcV.Xii.-l"l.l',"-"""'--T - - - - ,
V Tlie 1 in
i i.il and II isincss
ndv in . In mi' ilil and n ild I to mike
fl. qui nt i Ivan, i - in M" I-. w In h ai -o--t
in. ill. ir.t.nt 'I m iinl I- dull but
thu ir. no r poi is of Moiimiki, and the
thii.iieiiul strike at 1'all Hrver do. s not
comi , .
The woolen uinnufncturer Is doing well
In duss goods and hosiery, but tbe ,l -manii
for linn's woolens Is mm I; io
strii ted. and u few mills have close,).
Sales of wool are t-uuilhr than Inst sear,
and for three wu'kn only 17 U'l, I7i rioiin Is,
01 which 7 7IS.370 Were for. Ign. agalnsl 21.
ro.'.ian pounds lu 1W, of wbb h 7.l.lt.il
lioiiru'R wire foreign l'rlees of for, Ign
wool are so low thut purelmscs for export
Ii.i. b en nnde.
rallui.s tills week have been 213 111
tho fnltid State-, ngaln-t 210 last jear.
Ililillie4 of the Hunks lit the I'rlni li;,l
Hits lb I'.i-I Wii'lt.
New York, 8pt 2i3 Tho following ta
ble, compiled b Hrutlstreet's, shows the
total clearances at thu principal cities and
tho pircuit.igu of Increase or decrease, as
compared with the corresponding week last
IClcnrlngsl Inc.j Dee-
New Vork ,
San l'ranclsco ....
Haltlmoiti .... ,,,,
Clio inn.itl .,,,., ,.
Kuns is City
New Orleans ,.., .,
Hulfalii ...... .,,,
Dotrolt , ,,,,,.
Omaha , .......
I'ltr, Id.nc'e' ,...,. ,
Cleve'laud ...... ,.
Houston ,. .,,
St. Haul ,
Iwiiur .. .... ......
Columbus, O ,
lUt'hmund ...... .,.
j St. Joseph .
1'. oil.i , .....
Portland, Oro ....
I Hot hesler ., .... .
i Savannah ,
VVoleesler ...... ,
l'ortlai'd, Jle, .,,.
l'ts ilolnes ..,, ...
CI rand lluplds ....
Wilmington, lie, .
Sioux City ,,., ...
l.os Angwes ......
Saginaw', Mich. ...,
Jacksonville .... ..
New Hedford ....
Hirmiiighuui .... .
I.eMngion, Ky ....
Suit Lake City ....
I 3U 1-'7,
Cuffs, from liic to
flolf Hose, from r0o to
Bleyelo Hose, ftom W)c to...
Owi.ilK from f.Oo to.......
lumpers, from lVk- to.......
rrubiellas, from Tec to
Canes, fiom Tfio to
Mackintoshes, from Jj.00 to.
We buy nothing that is not unrantci'il to lis, with the manufacturer
i - ntiro 1,21V iiicautloscont and 1 1 arc
for Kat nival week, something that c
SHOERS, HATTERS AND FURNISHERS,
r.niTnr. T hnvo .in absolute retnclv for C'ln
trniclv use theiil-.ail.i-. "' hm " .ess e.w - It.Ue
tli.it I consider it niv ,lulv to solid t wo bottle's tie c tot host nt
Tinillllo if tllev will w rile Mil thl'll t'MUe'Ss
- - -j ----- - ,
Management of tint I'apir
Hl.lt Itl III I s I.K IN I I II.
M, Idier .V-Itt II
I 'oil. e to 1 o It
II, r I p.
Nor.ih Webber broke her police record
lati night. It would I ix the m, moi v of
the oldest policeman on tho fone to i.. ill
when tlrst Norah begun to oo a-loii tumble
for the police. She has been mi, -ted so
often, mid nearls alwavs for the same or
tense, drunkenne h. th ir It Is look, d upon
(is one of the ioll. mil., ilea when a w. I.
passes by ami phu Is not lokid up lor
violating Koine city oidlnan, I mil lust
niclit Nonih bad ulwa to be brought to
tin station, sometimes In the patiol wag
on, otlur timis with nn oilleer holding to
In l nrm.
Shoitly befoio 12 o'clock Inst night No-
.. . 1. .. .II...I I ln.lt.. 1... I!,.. i..n.i, ....
i.tl, tl,,l,,- J,., til-til. tllll. Ill,- -lltl.il .,.- ,
lite station and t-uid she wauled to be
locked up. She was barefooted and hi l"
hair was naiigiiig ouwn nu- ua it
"I can't hie, p." she said, "for a croud
of drunken men .lie singing un b r mv
window. I'lease lo, k me up for to night "
"I.oek lnr "P." "''Id Ciiptaln IJi.inhini
And Jailer Sn.iviley Ictl her uw .y to a
IKISH ih:i,i (JAll.s.
Wlll .Stop nt Ihe .llel'oy
Hold While In
Tho delegates chosen to reprthcut tho
KnnsaB City Irlsli-Amcrlcnns nt the con
vention to be held III Chicago next week
met at the .Midland limel last uiuht. It
was ile hit that the Mi Coy hotel should
be the Kansas City lieadqu.irti rs In l.'lil
tMo. In udtlltloii to Hut it, I, gates nlrendy
chosen, D. I' Ciilloin will it piiwiil divis
ion No 1, of the Anelein Order of Hiber
nians, and James ll'lloiirke division N" '
.No. i. and I 'en I nil toiiiitil ot Irish-Ann rt-
...im tj,i. i, ,, n ., Ii.. ri ot. tented lit IMwin
i . .. i. .... .; i...i . .1.. t . . l..... t
or, " " II.HMd.inH' l! ;- Aluihew Lfmb
Hie Cuiraii Club l,v I- I' llvan. 1'. I'.
loiikl !ef Vim.ik" I'oughertv undlMlSrn:
liln.'ham Alost of the delegates will leave
Xrietlitl for sii'ullug a llliule.
l 11. Southard was nirested by oilleer
Oallaghei last night mid lot ked up In tlie1
1'oiii'th prulni't polite station lie s ic i
tused nt sttallng ii bltytle tiom I'url 1'ar
kei. ut l'lticenth mil Cainpliell nifts. '
about two weeks uio Soutliird is said I
tn huvo rented a blcwli- of l'.ukei, and
lodt) lo Osawatonilt. Kas., where In Its
Hse,l of tho wheel The poll, e me aHo I
looking for Joseph Hummer, who Is s ild i
tn have tvntedj one of I'urkc-r's w heels und.
tailed to bring it u.u i;
'. nip, rutin v, eilng
At tho mixilug held undir tho auspleca
of the Non I'.iillsuii Women's f'hrl-tlan
Temiiurain'e I'nlon at the Clyde Pungiin
llun.ll ihimli last night, llev 111- T K
V.issar, of th. first Kaptlst I'hntch, spjke
on tho topic, "Tho Cry of iho Drink Tiaf.
lie." The audience was a largo one This
evening Mrs Mar J. Aldrich, of Sprtiia-IlelJ-,
Mo., will speak.
AMU Hub I n '.lust Meellug.
To-moirow nfternoon a mass meeting for
agitating thu establishment of clubs and
I...I..L , ,f. I .mlin.ilh. rrte luui. elil 1.1 r.iri rtf il...
Hty will be held Tn thu l,iand Avenue
lernouisi cruircn. ii win oe conuutiesi
muter the ausidces of the Non-I'aitlsuu
Women's Christian Te'iuperuiieu Union.
rtru, I. b) u .able Iralu.
wVlbert Draper, a fchaemaker at Third and
Craud avenue, wut. slriu k by a cable train
at llightlr and Campbell streets last night.
Ho received u bad scalp wound and his
ritfht hi was lacerated
1' 1 SI. Ill I ,1 .1.1... IS.t l'i..lll SIIIII. .triv
ol tlie iumuslimg l.oocls
(iriueb man iicro.'
lights aro tinned on. That is a
an bo teen for blocks antl blocks
OF TENTH AND
and its f
- vtimntirm aivl all
T'ir'vit an 1 I.unj-
Itll.ll elltiv i m ii
oiit ic.iile rs who
n. en litre. uJv ','
.Ulll lii.st-olllte .1 I'll
Kill ( VI IO VI..
TVVtUTY NiriTH YL.M7
Kast Who; U. Y. T, r- II ! -.. K.WS S CITY. MO.
Uii'V liiiurig, bh r'l i' 1. Tvit ivntinz, Tele'i
npliv, Cllgllsll lire i. i. W '.in 1, t ii-uiCB, etc.,ut
lowest rates, Cit.i cue Irte Tilui' His 1171.
J. 1 . tPLDIHU, A. II., iWaU'-t.
Mgbl s, hool It, i;l,i October 11,
l'i iiutjleanl i, I'll t stiurtr, I'- '
Pennsylvania Collega for Woman.
Cull . nn begins S. pt l Li it Ion com
liii i , otiirrv pleii-iir - wi'h 'y advan -lei
s I'm! ' uiir-i VI i-, in ' Vrt. l-s
peelul olt i i' i upil- i m u d'-i ince
MISS U J lieV. cJHi;. President
I I1,,'. IL-i.lmi vlii,,1 Kxiiienn Sept I", l-'Jc
A lil) (, liCailllD' MJllOlll. , .naiouii.-, a.ldre-i
Huv 'llvuvi V If i hi LMO. A M lluail.Mabiei.
A llr.l II if, llen Uiible. 1 0111 tortaliln
II, Hue in New V ork.
Thousands of pi oplt v. mil 1 like to spen I
u r,k In Nt w Vork. but the giund hot. I
are too xpcnslie and Ihe cheap ones ai
too i In ip Mi Till Hawits. of Hosttiu.
has leue. d tht- griat ilin,liiii luilral li,,
l.l In ihe hurt of the city, on tho most
favorable terms, bus expended over un
nuntliud and llti thousand dollars til an
entlit' rft'oiistrmtion of the property nnd H
riiiininn it us a ilt-i lass, grear. nopul "'
' i-eairplans. similar lo what has ffi,'j
o liliemmuial a sincens ut tho Hrille t
States Hotel. Hos.on The location ls ex
Itllllll) I1UII.11' Ull ill' ..11- ....... .... ,,M..'-
eellent, th cable cars on Hroadway reach
eveiy fashionable slur. ih. tiler and ui
iraetton ot tin t Ity, and transit r with all
.ross-iown lims niching tv.ry station,
do k an I ft ri In town Om-ls arriving ai
Ijruil i i ti il ! put K,i'v - i n I slr.tt
.in lull. 1 mirth uiuuie -iim i urs dliect
to limi I -ii ) one bio k in fiom ot tho
holt I huil t i tlri-ulais and maps
SpJ Idtlmltr' I'lisll.l, l.lsniuml llrunl.
X,7"Aw . I'll" rllll e.oit-.-'.
HJ-JslSiv" "" llr. ltt.l.ole 'Im.i-llu
Si-''ilsiv" "' llr. ItfUole 'lni-i-liuyj'
VtZ-VlTI i iulsli',1 it"' latoV
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V' '.4 ,', ' ' I ti .i-i" ettn Ic,
C. J.Y It .lenil. Ivl ll !t l-.tlin -nul. ul
VC M "KHlerfur lull...",-'' urelum
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Ml ir. a 1- .ii ,,i.i.
i - . .. . . .... l'eii. -Ik., ,-tt.
TM nnpu -riiiun .
it boot aj icunil
W441C1BI. vai Wl
tru.tWsi va U. (o.
bu.44 bOH. 4 ,iUiin
fhaiktk cUilt. tLiit alhfiJthir Vl
U J tfruuUU If tbt bj U-kU d-fWa A41rM Pit,
S. A. METZNER,
Dealer in Sloc He pair j of tvery Ueseriplio-r
yoi W- UtU bt., liuu.au lltjr, 31,
i iranlic th' licminum t ( tin at e 1 i -i n ii