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niE KANSAS CITY JOUBNAL SATURDAY R15PTEMBER J1. 1805.
IF YOU CAN
A PLACE TO BEAT OUR PRICE
There's the Place to BuyBut You Can't Do It, You Know.
Look as Long as Yon Like, let your search take you where it may, but don't spend a penny until you've compared
what we have to offer with what is offered elsewhere.
TFiaVsthe ThtnStoSo By-Comparison!
i "41 nl- Willi . hi no matter
'I I IIMV Hii, If Mill want to
I i 'tis. K.imp ki i. of Shirt
i x t mi r tin m In town, hut
U. . l i i iii'wIhii- hi tin- prior we
i H. --I tmi'-llti !.H, riii- linen
I i Mil in I i 'iff t ui'N continuous
f i ( - il i tig ind nil
I " f 1 1 .111 1 rull rut IkhI
Ilp.U tl in IT you can nnd w-e'll give
volt n ilr tti c There. Is no hottc 111
till clu t it lina largo on. nigh stock to
pilliiil li in uirhU or price It ivns
heavy btiing for spiit Mh that ntnilo
such barg litis jxiMblo ti oti Count
the worth (i ritll Unuble ntid jott'll
mnke no mistake.
14c, 25c, 48c.
iiit l I i .i n i i. or a Int'1 ''ie
'' Hip I its ii t t lunging volt a
il Ui'i i r1 --iii pl to i.uiy li fashion-
i j ' i". r - n mie on tin- lining wluro
t ixi i ii r ih or knows of it Wo
i ' i -imi mmrntee of wittsfm Hon
v 'li ' i li Iiit Mill buy j ou pun git
fi n . li in r it ilotililo the pili' TIil
I in i ' ill ;lu fiiihloiinlili l.loi ks,
i I tut j r nlitig i ii' Hi i ml lit" nth
fa i ) 'li triii ohirgod 11 uliti rs
i pi i ' 1 I mi mi! t st tin truth of
tii s 11 b rum th in"! Km.
98c, SI.43, SI.88
To look olbcwlinre for a style that isn't here is like looking through a haystack to fin 1 a needle. Of ootirse, we mean if the stylo wanted per
tains to the soabon of ijs ii. And we're not only proud about the variety of the styles, but of the prices, the materials, the workmanship, the trim
ming anything and ocr thing that toes to make i suit creditable to the eye and durable in the wear. And we can fit you marl: that well; we don't
care how hard you arc to fit, if we can t do the work to your satisfaction in the ready-made department, we'll take your measure and make the suit to
order. We've n complete line of cloths in the piece for selection and as goil tailors to do the wotk as any high-priced tailor in the town and the price
is low. Take it anywhere in its whole range cither ready-made or made to order you won't find one price that can be duplicated by any uptown store
With eveiy purclm-e amounting to Jl
or more we present 11 handsome Novelty
Silk Plush Hanging Tim uwlil'in frpp It's
otip of tin" pn ttlost in.M I tii s e ver mail' .
See llli III 111 tllP Windows
i an Hose.
Wo might tin wpll charge a quarter for
thorn eerjbofly 1 'I s ami they aro
liotu.illj worth tl . mrbodv's losing
nii'ii. .hi thorn. I .t u l-n t u Come
ami 1uj tho limit
3 Pairs for 25c.
With every purchase amounting to Jl
or more wo present a handsome Novelty
Silk Plush Hanging Pincushion free. It's
cm- "f the prettiest novelties over made.
Pee them In the windows.
I ("i "iif ju i n m st unl vi i ttleit.
c i i ' us in i I i 1 till silk four
ii bin I ii t k ui a (,'ti.I .is the
n gul ir 50 cent urti le i nirt. 1 1 1 i) for
m mumnmm BL3
It Bwl SS P ft "eSE sf$ w sfei sj fcffiiD in ,
KNEE PANTS SUITS.
We're spreading in this department, with tlie result that this season opens with twice as large a stock as we have ever handled before
and the stock is composed of the very best clothing to be found in the entire town, no matter how high you go in the price. Better than ours aren't
made or we would have had them. Everything imaginable from the fanciest of the novelties to tlie soberest of the staples is here in plenty and not a
mean or shoddy suit among the lot. Sec them for yourself there's assured satisfaction and guaranteed money saving in making your purchase here
whatever the price you pay between
From 8 Until 9 a. m.
TOO do7on Men's Heavy Weight Under
wear, Shirt nnd Dinwors to match,
worth CO cents a garment,
15 Cents. ,
Onlv one suit to each customer, none
sold to chlldteii, nml on sale only at tho
From 9 Until 10 a. m.
750 palts of Knee Pants, worth 35 cents
Only one pnlr to each customer, none
sold to children and on sale only at tho
From 10 Until II a. m.
750 Boys Flannel Shirt Waists, worth
Onlv ono to each customer, none sold
to children, and on sale only at the
From II Until 12 a. m.
Uniaundored White Shirts, New York
mill muslin body and linen bosom,
worth 50 cents,
Only ono sold to each customer, nono
sold to children, and on sale only at tho
3 and MAIN
n sy vt S(&r t-Ci u - .tl m v? y u ui u a ,fcr u u Us. m, ten
SOUTHEAST COIlSrEK. OF FIFTH.
$11.00 and i5.(M
M JJTRPVWP&Ulf3n!9P'P I '
lSSi Ian la mi m m !
i ft w tr 1 i Iu,y , K&i mm fM - E
- ft.'. ii?i Ba tmna sua --a && mc
OF INTEREST TO STOCKMEN.
M.N 1'IKIlt IIIK.s IB I MHV III IM.
IIIKIt (.III 111 II IUM.1,
Jsoln Itlittiiiiillni; ('li. up ('urn rnrnieri.
Li.iiIIiiii.i 'illlni; Hiii;k 'Hi it -hniilil
Hi, I .tilt in tl Kaniiis will lliivn
mi liiippi'tni ut LJiu niiN.
II A are rominir to market a little
n i iii-el, but ituliol too many poor
- .in In thi; receipts, tt is surprls
i k tint with su much cheap corn In the
ni'y that fanners run their half
s ii and hulf fed hogs to market.
-liuuld kimw, If they don't, that
, i H-ii'ipts ulviiS pluy into tht hanils
Pn i ra ami enabli- thom to nmnlpuluu-
iniikit. An then, again, this la
ison of all (itueis when packers
i i wurk priies down preparatory fur
i .i" iiliig uf this ftintnr puekinu sea
K 1 1 ti has dtLlded to place a state
ii ii insiwiiot .it the arila ami Jii.
' Froplaml, vcti-i'in.iiijii, has boon
i i niiid tu tin- unlet- lK-ri-tofoio .ill
K-r and fi-eiloi iatll biiiight here
i -liipmt-iil Into - Kansas luie been
. h.'iiltliy ipi titu'iiiiH by tho United
.-i a i buu-uu of liiilmal iudi4sliy. As
ti .t-. Ur. Frypliuui aiitvea this buul-
i - Mill In- limn d ovti u him.
J l: UnidinKi'i. of tJalliin, Tox , has
in two i ui h u( horses to this market
, i-t wii-k.
II li I-'ullt-r hat (..-lit this week a Joud
i i st s and mules tu Iiumhertou, ; C.
I. Wall, ItUhktn. NV-b., had tu eattle
l li jks ('Hti tilny.
1 1 in I.uiiKiluii, i'liul's Valley. I, T.,
i in wit n calile yesterday,
iV i" Uunlap, Chase county, Kas , was
i. M-sti-iilay with cattlo.
i I. Iifiim-y, Hod Folk. I T., came In
i-1 tii h 'Ks yisti-nl.iy.
MKiiiHoii k Johnson, Ulamond Sprlnss,
i i- ,T( at the ards esterday with
V MoCoy, Droxe), Mo., was at the
i' li i-t.li I'da afti-r feeder, lie sai-
in unl Ki-ass are good in Cass, count.
a i- i- tl many entile will he fed this
wu ti i Kuppb of ouiik h"trs short,
I I Kiniberlin, Alma, Kas., had In
' Dins vt Morris, Huiden, Kas., wire in I
i "la Willi cuttle
Ilou.Hd White. W H, Jlii-, A
M uk' , H. Ifuokuid, of .I'llmeou i-ounty,
M . were here after ft-eiiei-s yesterday.
'in report ooni ami ifrasi. inl und
k . tin usual number of cat lie will be
ft I a ircnl supply uf ouiik lioifs Corn
IIIiik at IK to 20 corns on the farm.
f K Warroiisburr, tlaluvllle, Kas..
is u. i-aif-ida with eatllo He says
rn and mass are imm1 in .S'eumlw
iintv Slum eaiilo than usual will he
' I this winter. .NYw nirn 16 to IS letits.
iilpl uf uumf hugs shun.
Illnditiif it Uurst. Hennessey, O. 'l.
I i I in tattle esterilu.
J v N'uk'-s, (irecnwufxl county, Kas..
- in a miiui ill ii. lunii yc.ieiil.iy ,
. .. ....I . . UU ,v.,l I , 1. I n ..m ..... It' 111 I
It l. IU u'M III , lUlll.l 1! Ill
"1 'ho usual liiimU-r of oatlle in his
- iit.ij this season. Young hugs short
' n, M rtiits.
" liowman, Morris county. K...
ii t in yesterday with eattle. f'urn and
i-- i,'iKl III his count. Will feed the
mi number uf eattls this season, Corn
' i nls
c T Hllsaeffer, Ilriuleton, Kas . was
trt vt".teila nHlt-r feeil'rs. More
ii'l ulll be fill in Ciawfoid county
Han usual this xiu&m.
FANCY HORSE SHOW.
Illri-i tori lltililr tu M.il.i- II in Allllilill
!tr n-1 Inn uf I itlriliuillil Purl.
(llllti-lo uf tlm l.iurl itlmi.
At i meeting of the Jin toi- of the fan
cy horse show, at the olllces of the Mis
souri, Kansas ami T. xna Trust f'ompan,
ftt' nlay afternoon. It .t tlctl'leil to make
the lioite bho ail .innu.ll atttaillpn of
Kali mount park.
The orKanli.ition will be known an the
Fane llorsu Show Auxin tutlon, auil the of-llt't-ra
lor the llrst year are: Arthur E.
Stllwell, presiaent. Colonel C, V. .Morse,
vke pritliient, ana A. K. Athbiook, aeere
tury. A treasurer anj executive oomniltUe
iill be chosen at the next meeting of the
UlreeioiB which will he wwif time III Oc
tober Hie constitution sets the Hist weik
In taepiember of each iur an tin- date for
The directory of the show ivas also In
ercaseu isteiday to Include the fullowlntf:
ult.)i Jaccanl, J 1 Uomhard, Albert
IJold, S li. I-'ulton, K. A. l,ong, K Ji.
armour, h auaci. j'ratt, Itubi ri Ullhtim, '
U' '.'' ia.Jj01'- C- lf Huhni'B, J C. Kb. Ihoff, ,
Norton Thayer, Arthur New. II, ilu.s Mart,
J.,.S',nl'0.0!,Vt ,J- vv- I-onKWell, II. C Mer-1
rl,"' i,J' A,1;'!1!1 J' w- AI-'rlii, of Kon
".,,s. t".; Wlnfleli) lienton, V. H, SUu-iy, I
JmlBe w, A. Poller nni o II Taylor Jr
of l.euxenuorth; C H Sninnoii. o. p I'n-
iii'Srunr, Albert Parker ami .M. A. Lowe,
iupfka, J, 1( lU-artlun, . l KennlcK.
t L Modi and I, I'lliiiiiniihiiiii, Indepi-nd-iliee
Mo.; J. A. l'oils, M.xko, .H).; C. U
Talor, Sedalla, Mo , C. I-' Juiinton, Clska
loosa Mo., 1), A Hancock, Uluekbuin,
ilo,; J Mil nay Houi,, .Maiiuoketa, la.; T.
A tipuffoid, Nasthvllle, Tenn,; A. New bold
MotiIk. New York city; l-'ri-drle Ilroniion.
New 1 101k ilty, John A. liuehes, taxing,
ton, , Kubert Plvinmlng, London, Kn
Kiand, and K J, street. Mr. Hanna uiid V.
I', llro.wi, of St. Jo.-cpli, Mo,
The dliuoiors present at the meeting yes
Urduy were- Colonel c. P, Morie, A. li
Stllwell, Walton lloltiH'.i, chinch liildge
f,el,. A. K- Ashbrooh, captain W. S Tuugh,
J. S. Welch, Prank 11. Askew, Jamcn p.
glesby, i; C Lewis, Hob. rt H, Cone,
Frank H Wilcox and Prank lnt.
It a dei Ided to publn-h a monthly
mnijAzine In the linens', r.t tin- horse ishow
lo be known an "Th.- Pint llore Show."
It will be elsht pagen and pi lined on hand
tome book paper. It will also lie devoted
to fan, v home ttveh Mm h. enilumliiifin was
mnnlfc-txl ut thi nuctliiK and It wua the
iinanimuiia oilnion lhai next eur the en
tries tu the nhow would be two or three
times a lariit us thin.
1 i - t tt I i fci
I 1 t I i ' I . 1 - w . I 1
lli.itln. mid run. n.lf.
The funeral wrvlees over the remains of
II latt I'aiilaiii John Mi Oueeit will In
I Id u Ht Vint. iii' i him ft ut 10 o'lloiK
tl 8 tiioiiuni; The l.un.il will be In Mount
ti' Mm'i i nni li r
I'r.ii is illisms a S-i.ji-oM iliugliler
of Andrew C illluuiM. of thi .Minuuurl
O.is Coinp.iii, dli'l at hi r hoim , No. 1WU
tast- Kigbtuth stait, )inurday. 1
iii'i:i.ui;.v i:ntiic.iasi ic,
il'i-f UII Mnl.ii Hie lliio Parade a I'rln
ilpil r.-iiiiiro uf Cainlial vK.
That the bli-cle parade during Karnl
ui wok i to be one of the principal feat
ures of thai period was shown b the ep
ihusta.tlc meniliiB of the representatives
of the different i-nllng i lubs at the Mlu
land h'ud lam nl.hi.
In addition 10 the large number or
wbsvluivn there were pient Piestdent
SebttteUir and Buretary iuiig, of the, K.
It as report! d that thcru would be
llearl 1.0U0 wh,t j,, iw., irl)0 pxilk ppo-ti-Lilon
uuriimt the parade has been Uiur
Hie s it-tu la t, aorej fruln lUr ,u
iiirb bj iiiouiutd speilal iioJic under Uie
dire. II. in of the Mellonolltan folie.
A report h uUvn staling lhat Hie Mis
souri i.as i uiiiiaii would he llnlsheil its
Wl.lK 1,1 I ht lln,.. uf . 1, ....I l ...
IMieiiv in would be put in lierlect condl
"'.m.'1,.11"5 l,i'"( Asphalt fowimny.
Mil.. Hue of man h was (uiopu'd;
urn r".'.iut. I'jf'wnth ainl Ljdla, west cm
Plfti-elith lo Caiuib. II; noith on C-mulusfl
to 1-uiirieinlli. wibt on Pouitumb to .
Vm"'.'. ".ur",'. u" '-"""St to Xlmh. west on
.MntU to liiana anii(t, oiali on lirand
aviiiur to Tweiulitb. and t ouiiti nuarch
on iii and aiiia.. io .S. eiuh. wiht on
heluntli to Walnut, m.uiJi on Walnut to
KiMJitt nth, wisi ou Pouiieciuh lo SUIn.
nuith un Main to Third, w.-st on Third to
Uelawuie, nouth on li. Ijwan- to .Seventh
west on bevenUi to jalnlolte, south on
Yandgtte to Twelfth, west m Twelfih
to Ilroudway, nor li on llroudway to
Tenth ami ouimrinar. h on Dlo.ldu.iy to
Pouiieeuth, where ihi iiaiade will dis
lucit Yonns ami Ur Willuin Sl..rk
win ippoinud tu s- thai the str.tts
aloiiK tin piopoMii lijuti wire In iiinw
.omlltiin In u Idltlon vto the lo. .il lulu
to bs ivprv&vutcd thv 'lldrd iiglnuut will
n n fn li
h in it ,r 1 '
nl -. li in 1. 1 i n 1 npi U i Lt .i . ii
worth ii I l.i i lull v. II l ili l in
Til luituititu will in. . t .i.im in t Pri
ll i nilu
i iii. i i.ow li; i'Ai: in:.
riiaiin Muitn In tliu Line or .llnrrli iiutl u
Niimliir of Additional I'rles Dllcrcil.
The line of march of the flower paiade
litis been alien d somewhat The pioees
slon will foim on Past Fourteenth street,
ami moo as I'ullou.s. On Fourteenth street
to Locust street, on Toeiiist stieel to Ninth
htnet, on Ninth street to Uinnd avenue,
on Orand avenue to Plftet nth street,
countermarch to Seventh btreet, on Sev
enth street to Walnut street, on Walnut
street to Fourteenth stteet, on Fourteenth
street to Main street, on Main street to
Third stieet, on Third street to Pelaw-nro
street, on Pel.iwaie sueet lo Ninth stieet,
on Ninth stieet to Sroulway. on Htoadway
lo Fouiteenth stieel, wliou the puiado will
At a incetlnir of the directory, held yes
terday nioruliiK, the list of pilz.s printed
In the .louinal the sunie inornlni? was gonu
over, and Boverul additional onis were
oted. For the liandsomi st turnout, an
Italian nimble group, "Cupid and Mod
est," Is offered; for the seioml hanilsnm-e-t
a iimnze llituie, loi tin. liundhoniCbt
doubl.i cui-rliiKi- deoiat.d with n.it
iii. il How ei s. a ilio.olate Hel: for
the liaiitlsiiniest double enriljgu dec
orated with mi tin ul downs, u Delft
Iiliinpie, for the linmlsoiucbt sIiikK'
caniaito dei orated with natural (lowers, a
Uresdcn lamp, for the handsomest fclnsle
earrluue deiomied with artltlclal Mowers,
a pitcher: for the curilHKe exhibiting the
inoht beautiful ikhlmi, a Vienna vaise. for
the best dtcoruted tttlly-bo, a. bUbt, "Tho
Moor," for the bi si decoiated ponv curt,
lilveii by a islii, a watch and ihiiln; for
the best decoiattd pony cart, driven by a
boy, a ttiilch nml elialu fur the best ilec
oiateil biiiltttc lioi-se, ll'lilen by a gentle
man, a stein; for the lust decoiated saddle
horse, ild.len by a lady, a bronze bust, for
the In st ili i united saddle horse, ridden by
a girl, a souvenir spoon: for the best dec
orutid saddle horse, ilddeii by a hoy, u
watch and chain; for the nattiest costuina
worn by a lady, fiujitr and en am bowls;
for the natllest mstuiua woin b a seillle
man, a i am-, for the nattiest coscuuio
worn bv it Kill of 11 ears and under, n
"Hiownle" cup ami tuiuicr: for the nut
tiest i out nine worn by a boy of II years
nnd nnili'i, silvei links and studs: far tho
most awkwani aide, un Austrian bronze.
1,-roup; for the most awkward director, a
twinxc statue, the Onome," for the tluest
appearing horse un Austrian pitcher.
A tnettTnu of the chairmen of Ilia vniloitH
linlli.s' . Qlnnilttt t.s will be held at the
heudiimirteis ill the New Ymk Life build
Ing, room SIS, nt Vi o'clock this morning.
iiip, vi i;.iu;;i;,
Ilalp and cooler wealhor are predlelPil by
the wi'uilnr buivau Tho foreinsl for to.
day lb Missouri, shower", precujed by
fair wi.ii Iii r In Hie southeast portion; cool
er Saturday evening, Kannas, local rains;
coultr The hlshei-t temiieralure yesterday
was (Mi dcs. and the lowest 75 dog.
Koliuwlnir are last nlKht's observation:
Station nar. Temp.
IVORY IN THE ARCTICS.
uo.Mirin 1 1, Minn in nistovi.u
1 11(111 AI.A-lvV.
llcUtiillH uf lliililltnitlis . 'I lious.tiiilfi uf
'ln-l.s l.le With 'Hi. Ir Hone I'mler
Mie ltlllllllet uf lie mid --Ulli!
mid May lb, l.i I, en (Int.
New Urban. 3AM
llalveston ., an Oil
Cincinnati ....,,,..,,, ..,...,,,,,.30 M
fhteago ,. Si.ftl
t. I aul ,.....,.,,.,.,,,,,,.
Concordia ,......,...,,., ....
liotlgi- city .,,..
Hlsinink ..,,,, ,,,.,,,
Item ir ,..,.,
. 8n. Hi
le. Ilnif uf Sneilli.li (illseiia,
At a meeting of Swedish I'ltl.cns held
last mnlng in the First Swedish Luther
an iliur.ii, 123S Penit street, to urr.inKe
tor .xir.lses suitable for the lelebintlon
of tin uailouul ('ay of Swden, November
I. i-iii.il toiumit'tis were apiuiluted. A
W l.ui.iliuls uititi as piebldent, and ().
A lltnsuu as t..netaiy
It w ! decblid lo tuguKe the Aeadnmy
of Muii . at Twelfth and Modes- street,
!- i kultable l'luin for hnldlnv the cele-bi-ition
The following oomiuftteus weio
appointed: Pinaiite eoninilttee-P. Ny
1 in 1, 11 A llnv. 1'. Hediitroin. A P.
Ni bun und I' Lussou. piogrmnme com-uilttt.-ll
Itisimin V T LlmlbeiK i:
I.H"On II J i'i Ibtrom anil 1' lledstroiu
inli r tiMiunlii, - will be upt'olnietl it a
in tlii iu l h 1 I next Fii'la evenlnir
J li Hi k ii in i w is lio-ien as vice una
iJiiit of lliu oiui-latlun.
A miner of Ions experience, fjeorse
Hughes, who has recently returned from
Alaska, gin a most RraphK und Inter
esting account of a discovers made by
himself that may prove of fabulous rich
ness, and will again excite Inu rrst in that
strunge, fai awny country. Mr. Hushes
nt presnit, sujs the New York Herald,
is spuuliiiK a lew weeks with borne nlu
tlves In limoklyn, where he is lomblnlng
pleusiire Willi a eourBe of trcatnnnt, un
der the caii- of a noted specialist.
With si Viral adventurous companions ho
forsook the Kottenn! mining ountry of
Hrlllsh Coluiulila a year ago for a pros
pecting lour tor gold In Alaska, tiling led
on by the tab s told by return, d miners.
Their tn rl. itccs wire commonplace
enough, until it the end of a pirllous trip
down the Yukon river, Mr Hughes was
taken o III that the party had to camp
at a mi I iv i villuge on the right bank of
the rlM-i. whi h was called In their tongue
Hi pit v alb tl upon his companions to
leave him .unl continue their trip. This
was the uitiii urgent, hecuuse the season
was adv an. ing and If further delay was
made ivi-iv opportunity to prospect would
bo lost. Piuullv the friends yielded and left
him in thi village.
INDIANS WHO LOVPP TIIK THL'TH.
In the lours, of some weeks Hughes be
gan to learn n great many of the Indians'
vvaS. sinttcled in partially mastering
their lauguiiKi. ami wus grfntly .-iiier-talned
by the lecttal of tin Ir traditions
Fioni his tit mi rlptlon, this tribe was one
p.-ciilluil dlftnont from thoke of Alaska
whlih hnvi ome In contact with new set
tlers. Hughe p,1s the highest tribute lo
their oh.irai t. r, saying that us a tub- they
are pure iniinbd, ihuritable and forgiving.
Two limits ale never condoned b them,
lying and stealing, both being punishable
Mr Hughes' attention was nttraeud to
the Ivui oinunents which the uatlvis
wore, liven the rude spoons and drinking
cups were fashlou'd of i he same material,
and wm- K- nt In dull) use in almost
i very household, in evtry village of Alus
ka, and tin custom prevails among the In
dians of the Western stutis, the intent
poles wire un 'inpuri int feature, nnd Iiavo
varlid slgnlll. anees beond that of bunk
ing the rtsput and veneration of some
great and distinguish'!! chief or relitlve.
Mr Hughes noticed among other things
that these lotnns were profusely decornlud
with Ivor 'I liu i livens tit the tops had
Ivor) lit.iKs, und the eyes of the historic
figures underlie ith were of the sumo ma
terial Siu Impressid was the prospector that he
began iiuesiiunwig the natives to leain the
souite of tin ir supply. The ni)slery be
came ui eater by their stories thai tin,
Ivoiy lame from a mine seveiul du)s'
sleighing fioui time, und nur a route
beset h) Inniinieiiible (lungers. The In
dians went tin tiler Into lllell explaliatlllllS,
and said lhat .in ituctstor of the tribe
hail dtkiovirtd tho plaie, mid smh ipiuu
tiths of Ivoiv had been obtained that their
Wauls hud In en supplied evei sliue. Lat
er, whui Hughob became convalescent, ,i
i otcm erecied to the niemoi) of this old
chief was bhown hlui.
TOI.P IN CAIIVI3.V 1VUIIY.
He eb-seilbes ihls as a must magnlllcent
jil. if of handiwork. As they tiaiihluted
the liu ailing of the dllferent llguua with
which the t"l.tu abouinbtl he suw thai II
was not a meii Idol of worship, but u his
toilcal lecoid IJ.ich llsuie bore some re
lation lo a hlstoilc evtnt. One of these,
reprem nting a Utile Miuatilng nun with
feuifull) diluteil e)es and monsligus
mouth, had an elongated nose, hoirible in
a.piii. which Mr Hughes lecoguied at
ome a the tusk of some pre-glaiial Ivory
Willi this knowledge In concluded that
the iii)tir) of the "Ivor) mine' was
bull id uiou the theor) th it the natives
bad diKiIid the bod) of some mammoth,
yet the reasoning was not atU,fai lory,
because of the great ipiautlty of Ivory In
their pob.-fisio!, which could not have
been luiuisheii with a hundred tusks
Tlnn Jsaln, Die natives said that In their
reme-nilii.iiKt and a. cording to ti idltiou
the tilbt hal alwa) bartilfd Ivor) for
women and t ah with othir trlli. -
Mr ll'o-lit- ihoualu so i-onstantly on
the subj i that he became eagei to solv
the tin 'ti'), and. seeing Iiim eugenuss
and galh-rlug from hta talk somu idea el
t r rea' i i ,' nr the n itiv s (in-m-
- t s i ii i i i- i - t t l.tak- ihe
i 1 1 i link w.i-- s ent m making
-1 - ju. i i i ui 1 ii tii. j u rut
It w.i It . in tin )t.u Winn the pally
m out Mi 1 1 iir.li! s luting as ihiel and
u. aged m in w.io said he- had made part
of the jouiiit), ,ib guide. For two wicks
the paity piirsuinl their journey, during
whit h they pasbdl within the Aiclic circle.
It was dungeioiis lo an tMienie. The)
had perilous em ounters with wild ani
mals mid made ulftuuli eiosslng of seams,
ruts and hummoiks In the lee and -now.
They finally riaehed a spot, which was
at the tool of u mountain, which, All.
Hughes thinks, was about tweiit-tlvc
miles from the Yukon rlvei, In a direct
route. The whole party suifi red from ex
posuie, partlculuil) Mr. Hughes, who was
threatened with a return of Ids old com
plaint. Arter dividing tho parties Into small
bands at this spot, two days win- spent In
scan lilng for the deposit. It was tlnally
dlst overed by the old guide, who, with Mr.
Hughes, had mounted upon n big hummotk
of snow to take a survey ot the surround
ings Directly In front ot them was a large
stiuare cb pi fusion.
HATTLHiJ HOUND OP MAMMOTHS
"Hul-kwa-sii"' "There It Is'" cited the
guide The tlescent was quickly inndi , und
It was found that the artltlclal bole was
now tilled with snow, psicki d as haul and
solid as Ice Thi work of clearing out the
place oct upb 1 several dais and then a
marvelous sight was sprtad Inline them
Hundicds and thousands of tusks, white
and Kb inning with frost, were to be seen
m attired through the skiletons of gigantic
beasts. A closer Inspection showed the le
malns were those of the old mammoths,
and It was eusy to Imagine that all weie
standing on the former battb ground of
these ancient beasts This wus evidenced
b) the fact that in some Instances the
tusks of the animals would be found bulled
In the skeletons uf em h other
Mr Hughes istlmules that there must
have been sovi'ral tons of Ivor) In sight,
and by digging around the edges of the
excavation It was si en that tin bodies weie
tvldintly scatter. d over a large plain. lie
trlnl to flml n perfect sktlclou, but fulled,
some of the boms either In lug liioken or
missing from each The party took cnii
siileiuble ivory bark with tilt ill, and .Ml.
Hughes disposed of his Hh.no very ndvun
tngiousl) upon a return tu civilization.
.Mr. Hughes will not, ho says, for liusl
nsn reasons go mote Into detail over his
iidventuie He bus some excellent sam
ples of the Ivorv Hindi- up In the lot 111 of
ornaments, which ho has exhibited.
IK lit ate sun,,, ltiiulriil of 'I limo W. ho
s-miiil.i the Product In China.
Prom the Providence Journal
liver bod knows that the Ka of com
ilieri e comes fiom China, many p. upln
know that It aleo tomes fiom Japan, and
a lew muv have heard of, nnd p.utaktn of,
tea fiom India or Ce)!un Fiom whntiv.r
source It comi s, tea Is te l in the s.uiii
ti use that apples are appbs Hut tin re
ale- ai lilies, and uualltlis, mid modi s of
curing, uliU li ii suit in aril 1 s of LIT i
eut apltetiliintfb, llavuia ami values li
Is the buslni ss of the tea taster lo gru b
und line the vailous sumpUs of leu sub
mitted to him. The stun turn of a tea
luster Is nn Interesting plan There mo
lows nml lows of muiovv nhtlvis tlU-d
with Utile cans, or boxis, brass or copp r
kittles, over blue llaiiKs of gas, and iiiuml
tables These all Implies one at on e as
tin imph mints of a peculiar irutt
Sight, touch, blllt'll mnl t Ibte liro all ex
eiilsed b) the lea t.o-li r in the nil1 ml
Judgment brought to In ur upon the que
lion uf values. The Hunt iiiu-t bo stead)
mid true For this purpose a north or
uoithwest light Is bebt ionium ili tl)
from the sky without reflections from the
Tin ttu taster Is now seat'd at a
round table of about four f e. t In dlir-v-mr,
whit h muy be revolved ca-il) upon a cen
tral pivot Samples of t.-a In no it tin
cans, ar.- arranged In a clr le arnun I the
table, ubout lour Inches hi k frim the
edge, in fiont of each -an is a delicate
cup of thin, white china Tin se cups are
railed "trieis." The table i- a niistru t
e. that the.e cups, or trl.is stand a lit
tle lower than the cans Th a is to Miard
aif.iliisi wetting the iu it a up spills u
part of Its contents In tin c liter of the
table - ales of ii special m-tui (ion may
be been 1'cu.btblv a 1-uil l uiav be
Iii one of the scule pans A ! w liav s of
tea, Just enough to b.'ll.ln- e the iv r
oln, constitute a "drawing" v Iriwing
of tea from each of the samples upon the
table- Is now placed In tin bttlu i up In
fiont of Its own can, an I the watir Is
poured on This water must bo fi sh,
llsi It must be boiling, an 1 it must It ivo
In u bjillug ju t lo'i-; noimh to be . ooked,
without In . omli g Hut
The water Is now on Lines of steam
ailse from null i up. The ixp.rt Is Intent
uuou his work. It la a. critUal inomciit uud
tme Is sh, rf Forty or fifty little cups ot
t..i st m g ho but cooling r.ipldl)
ili in in J i'ic t lot st (ineniion He bends
li ' iii .. r tu . ups and with Ills little
siUei put t sins the leaves or mists them
Just al on tin wttir to catch uielr fra
granct and ummti At this point it is the
s. use of -nit 11 lhat comes t-hlell) i Ho pin)
Fiom cup lo cup he goes, dipping and
smelling, revolving tho table continuously
In one dlitctlon, with occasional letuats
for iinnpaiibou with some flavor or pecu
llaiity which he has passed. He goes his
luiinds moie thin once, for some tens
width "di aw" blight und promising at
Hist, may piove thin or Insipid nt a later
Htn'o Put too much time must not he
spt nt upon this, lest the liquor bicome too
cool for the net piocess.
While jet the sti mil Is rising fiom each
cup the txpei l lolls u gie.it bras or cop
per iscl, like an immense hum -glass,
bitwei-n bis knots, and commences to
"taste" tho tea From each cup In turn
the tea taster takes u little of the Infusion
upon his tongue, und quietly ejects It Into
the metal spittoon Thus sipping and
ejictlng, sipping uud ejecting, he quickly
makes the rounds of the table; nnd li be
goi s bo tlxes the rilun of the goods us to
"drawing" qualltlis. Ills e)es have ahead)
judged (hem a to st)le. Ills bunds have
told him If the leaves' ate dust). And now
his senses of smell and tasto have given
testimony lis to flavor and strength, Ills
Judgnii nt as to value Is thus made up fiom
the i omblried testimony of sight, loin h,
smell and tasto Ijiilto Ilki ly, this ludg
im lit has In mi ii-.u-hed without swallow
ing a spoonful of the liquid liefnie him
Inilcid. the smse of (iisle Is mote in ute
If sun lllng be carefully avoided. Some
mnv deny this, saving they iniibt gil (In
liquid well back upon the tongue. If, bow
evii, but few samplis ale to In valued,
the testimony of the whole, mouth mnv be
taken for each Hut with mini) Humph s
to value It Is unsnff to do so For, inevita
bly, some of tlie liquid will go down the
thioat run without eons-clous swallowing;
ami befoio be knows It the expert's taste
will be vitiated, just as surely us one's ap
petite foi dinner becomes less acute after
In- uty nitlng
Tin buslniss of a tea tnstcr Is a fascinat
ing one The men in tli.it occupillon sel
dom leave It voluntarily, notwithstanding
the fin t tint onlv it few of them nto able
to do more than to just make a living.
on. wr.i.i.s ihcyim; ur.
Pears 'Unit the Suppl Will iimi lln Pi
ll iilHli'd In the Past.
From the Philadelphia Hecord.
The gieat di Urn- in the nil piodticts of
Peims) Iv.inla. In liana mid Ohio, m a rttont
P-ilo'l, and tin ft ar that the well In those
states ml. lit hi i onn completely i xhuilsted
In for, many )t.irs have stimulated ni llv
ii) in the s ii h tor new Ileitis Within the
bibi ar In Kan- is Arkansas Southern
Caltfuiiiia Up In ban Territoii and In
wtiiuiis otlni regions oil wells lave been
disco, erod where the existence of the val
uable fluid was never suspected. Much
futontloii has recent been given to tho
Indian Territory, whoso wealth of minerals
bus long been known On the bordeis of
ihe Jmllnn reservations In both Kansas
and At Kansas, tit li coal and oil ilelds have
been found, but these aiv legarded 13
merely outcroppinga of the principal fl. tos
in the Indian Territory. Pxports who
have explored these Ilelds declare that 10.
this region abundant Wells of oil-and tin -ural
zus are stiutk at n di pth of iiW fno
and th it the deepest borings do not go
lower than l.-'OO fe. t. In the Pennsvlv.in .1
oil regions the wells must be sunk t.i 1
depth of l.SCM to 2 WO feet. It is paid that
(he till of tho Indian Territory is ben it
for Illuminating put poms than an) 01 n r
that has pt bi on dlscovt red.
The city of Los Angeles, Cnl nppmrs
to stand upon an oil lit Id, as timings ma le
In the heart of that til) at hair the dipiii
of Pennsvlvmif.i sour, ea have yielded 11 h
results. Not long ugo a welf wus su uc
at the Intersection of two strtets to l
depth of MW rect. when the oil flowed out
nt the lute of Mm bam Is a day. in oili. r
p.11 ts of California companies have In n
loimcd to develop tho Ilelds of oil ,e I
natural gus, of which the p..
;atIons are abundant. Tho fn"t that
in California much of the hind ov rhu-r
this wealth Is proline in 11g1ie11ltu1.il p
lies has caiisid Its greater Mililiiian ui
value to be ov-ei looked. Put It will noi 11
lung until ihe oil piodtti-ci's ileirnk sii ul
arise among Its vim vardh and loindel
Attn- iikiklng all ullovv.intrs foi cmir
iition, tlicic reinaiiis no doubt that 1 1 s
gteat countiy tont.ilns rich 11. Ids 01 l
and liaiural gas that still lie undev lui
shoal I the licldH of Pennsylvania lie. ,1,0
wholly exh.iustid there would In 110 w it
of petroli urn for both home ionsunu.it . 1
and export. As to the cost, nitirh n I
d.potiii on tin- Standard, oil Comp,. .,
which piactlcally eontiols tho pri 0 and
supply of petroleum, '
Ten cents n week.
A e'.lmv Worm Cavi-i .
The greatest wonder of the antipodes Is
tho celebrated glow-worm ravein discov
ered In lKil In the heart of the Tasuui ,.ia
wilderness, Tho cavein, or caverns itn ro
appears to be a si-ilcs of such cnv. u , u
tho vlclnlt, ,.,ii. bipmate and diitm t.
tire situated near tin- town of Sim hi t.
l.isiuaulu, In a limestone blurt, nb nt iw,
miles from May bay. The npptauuu. f
the main cavein Is Unit en an iinior,;ro ,1 I
liver, (he entire ilooi of tiit, subier 111 1
passu ge being toveied with vviitei alio. 1 1
loot and a half In depth These vvuli n
tul Tasni.inlnn i.ives urn slm I.ir t- 1
i.iverns found In llme.toiie fnimiitlon. w
tho exeeptlpu lhat their tonfs .111, , ,
llernlv shine wih the light .1111 d h
the millions of gkiw-worma win. h ,oi.. t
-T- ?"r.:"'..sB.JTfl '- i-w.s-aijfi iPii,-n.ii rwi sv---r , . iSjLV .
mAi&iurKnrttminwMmmmir nnnn ijyY'TlffiTihlBitt ifipQ Aui
fjt. r DAKitic Huwucn
Why eat Rocliello Salts, Ammonia, Alum, or
Llmo with your bread, biscuits and pastry ? Why
use any baking powder that's not healthful ot
pleasant? Why pay a raore-than.it'i-woftli
price for it, when
is so wholesome and inexpensive ? $1,000 if you
a irucr a laim 0 wipltrtly ill tl.
CALUMET BAKING POWDER CO., Chicago.
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