H1K KANSAS CITY JOURNAL 5UXIHT SEPTEMBER U2, 1805.
KANSAS CITY, KANSAS.
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Would you have it insured? Certainly not, as you could well
afford to let Rreftt chunks lly off into space every once in a
while and not miss them.
I ' lrV JI0W '9 il wltH y" " ,ou are aCtua"y situated? Holding
X .t -, a pood insurance policy on your house or household goods,
the sudden ringing o( the fire bell does not disturb you.
Vl WHEN returning at night from your labors, you see your
u..j.X l-Sj home in ashes, why ring your hanJs in mule despair?
f0l Y 'kk yur Property with a good insurance policy and
Js t Ui t then ou can say
306 PoHsnioulh Build ino1,
TEL W. 111. .... KANSAS CITY, KANSAS.
FOR. ONE WEEK
HOMES $100 EACH
Come and let us show
with beautiful trees.
hamber of GommerGe Bids.
I , to Date '
C!" Minnesota Avenue. I
Meal served at all '
firms-mlicr fhsre ts
rn Krelcy Institute
In Kitn'iti till. Mo.
lUultre. or Cheap
hour h. ltemodeleil
our 15 rem dinners.
In tlie best pap, r for tho advertiser
and tho subscriber and unljr
10c a W
George M. Hughes,
Je.Iico (I ike Peace,
Jfw Mil. -r WestTi
44.; MinnceoLt Ao,
!, - Promptly
A'H. ..! TO.
tWAKE Yourself at home in a
Homo Purchased of Us.
Sio A .nito, paylns
Portsmouth Investment Co.,
3'4U l'ltKTsMOl'Tll lllllti.
John T. Sims
I Dntiiic l'oiii;riayi
AH Mian. Af.
'1 i f ti lit f.: in s (Ivm
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r , an 1 jjn -i
ijUjKtt nt wi'u Mm,.
'i nH pru f ir i o "u i
'ny i. fu t'i eati'.s "
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"If" WOULDN'T" MOVL
Of course, if it wero Maiionury, wou'tl it? Voi, think it wouUiu't. Alt the 6amo
tli.ri-'.s oik .l.i, c iti town tvlii-ro
Stationery Things Do Move.
52Q IVllfJMEfaOTA AVENUE. "
Republican Ticket Wyandotte County,
IIAVII, M ltri.N-l liter .lll.llrr of tile
hn .renin ( url.
II. I.. Al lli:N-Jii,li;e nt tm District
. .. IIOI.I-.IucIko of flu, Cnmmna
I'll 11, i niirt.
Ill N.IA'll.N M-IIMKIII.K-Trraturer.
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II, , Mil l-lll. Ill) - Krsi.t.r nf llvr.l,,
l.l.ll.SAKI) IIAMI.I.- luiimy C't.'rU.
.1, V. ll,Ul.l.iT-( U'rk ur the ( umiaan
W1I.I.I All II.MtCIAV-Surirji.r.
, I. 'lOllH-Lnn.ii.T.
I, IV, JIOOKIl tuiiiiultiloner ul S'con.l
The Journal office has been
removed tram, the Chamber
o! Commerce to the first floor
of tho Columbia Building at
Sixth street and Minnesota
oil Jliuncsota Avn.
Alma Creamery Butter.
Al"r tlie brtt. 'It u i.ir nil till, uuc
Utl. lur ule l,y liajlu; ciuim.
bUIMil.l.V, IIOLCOMU 3I1.U. Co.,
tU Wll a. AgTutl.
Ji. Alii 11!
S M I WE
you these lots covered
Men Always Advertise.
k FhlY FINANCIAL
Til., groat m o l sil
irr Iln.ilt .if i In, .In.
Ity s. :. KIN-.., U an
sa city, Kansas.
Absolutely fre from
partisan politic n
post pul'l lor ". 'ent.
WHAT'S the reason
IIo aui i.iih a sigh,
Tha- man looKs neater
it . Held easy. IIo
gets his laumiry done
Iclcphnmi M er i..
IE. s. wTbrougkt,
bucce:vor lo K:i..-.U' City I'Uulug Mill,
8iih. Door-t, MimUllntfs, '1 timing unil l'liin-
J n j?, btToll mid I triad .sun Inc. stair IlulM
liti;, Hunk Counter. Ollli-u 1 ixlur"
and tlardnnial riiiUtitni;. t"tl-
iiuitcH promptly fnruMioil.
0...c!nml Ao.. I or. 4th M,. Iw.tu-ms I'lty, Kn.
G. W. BETTS,
Joslice cl llio Peace,
rubltcliy H i-eqnastitl
toil.'L'Uoiia a tjjeclalty.
BELLE VIEW !
$125. $150, $2oa.
I it B.unUu
S. K. FimpsoD S Fori,
Wyanilotto Oai Co.,
1 nuiiiir or io'il n;.!(.
Arc now In. it.-,) M ,i v. w york Lllf
.i. .M. -.1 irl.
ASK YOUR GKOCER fl
EMRIGH VINEGAR. I
ll't lur I'liUiun; ,,r iidiio I'm-. H
'if -f mtrr.nmsaBuxnasssKxxiKaauEr
hood mu. iio.in:.
Will llo a liinural Cliirlly Work anil 111
Niun ll Ojitiieil,
The Ooo4 Will home, tha uv Institution
which la to be tun in connection uith the
iVi.tral CttrlbtUn .hurcli, Mill bo In rm.ll.
ii -bk to U- opcn.-.i in 4 i.w day. Tlie
InuiU of ly.ui;.i has Kahi.J the Urtfe
tiM btory ij, ,, k buil.lmk' ut I'ourth btrcut
;;.'."' M.'f'.'."-'suhl.ttVl"U1'' lur tho winter.
'Hie liulldli.K tKln Kool coiiUitlon. ami with
u. little wurk eon b- put into tho ww for
which It was UW 1 U will bo divl'ltul
into thru- .ipanrtxi :.t . niic- for sleeping,
..rn. for fi ivIiik im i ui I oiil- for a read.
lie.. i r pilii i. iV I he liislltulloti will
I ...irloi ..ii 1., ,1 .inii iiiKiin.r us the
H-'li.trm Il.jti-j liisijinv m Kuiikuv City,
Mo. 'J'Iih loaul int. i..i,o carry on a eeii
tral t-lmrji work, ti. vo.iiitlon blns
6UkUlnU by crlviti. eubilutlen.
riT ab. n.frrn
1 a u &u b fe9 .KJ
SMALL M'.MIUMt ! I'OI'l'I.ISTS cam.
SI AIM CO.NVr.MlO..
TO NOMINATE A CANDIDATE,
is it. m:..N maki-.s an t'Nttc(!i:ssrri,
ATILMIT AT StlC'IDIi
Dx'Cimi rmir t.,-rlllric l'rhntp Sfrrrtnty
to llo iMirt! for 910-Wilt Snll Applr.
t'li(-ni-'l'liiilii.iii Mini .Mrtnl for
MiiUlnrr (nnnlrrli'lt Money.
The "mldillP-of-thc-ro.Kt" 'opullts who
nri nii(rry Wause no utAlr. convention wns
rnll.nl to nominal n chlof Jnntlco of tho
Ktipmm" court have nt Irtst liexl n call
for a Ft.ito ina! convention, lo bo held
In this city to !itUct a rntidldntc for Unit
oilb... Tli? cull was lwued jifltcrtlay. It
rendu ns followsi
To tho Voters In the J'eoplfl's Tarty of
Thu mute commltloe of tho People's
party, consisting of seven men, h.ivo nee
lcted to cither cIl a slate delcgnte con
vention or to hnm- a candidate for chief
Juslk'P, until It Is too late to a coll n deie
"tlonte th undemtRiie.1 membern of the
1'eotile's party of Knii request th
members of tho People's party of Kansas
to assemble In masw convention on October
2, ISM, nt 1 p. m nt the ATluion hotel In
Kansas City Kas to nominate a candi
date for chief Justice, who Is a member of
the lVople's party, and who Is not now,
und never has been an attornoy for rail
Tho rail was signed by the following per-
on: W. P. Webb, A. M. Harvey, Topck-a;
lioW'rt Torsy, Oarbondalej Georne Trondcr,
I. II. Hartley, C. C. Iall, I. C. W. Marsh,
M. J. Manning, O. X S. Hovcy, W. S.
llrown. W. S. Heard, W. T. Hovey, u. P.
Itendi-ivt-n, H. r. Helslcr, J. A. Smith, C.
tl. Hewlett, A It. James, J. S. Cox, A. X.
HonRland, A. P. Jackson, of Wyandotte
county; I,. 1.'. Webb, of Wahaunseo county,
One of the Populists who signed the can
said last uvonlnir that they were not afraid
of having tho boast mado by Breldenthal
that their candidate would not be printed
on tho clllfial ballot a- the Jiullt nom
inee carried out. "We have the right to
nominate a candidate of our i.irty if Mr.
Hreldenthal sees lit not to do so," said he,
"and hlB name will be printed on the olll
oial ballot, too, as n, Populist nominee."
Wynnilnltn County Fruit (Irowcrs Will Sell
(l.iiou llurn-N ut St Kiich.
The Fruit Growers' Asroclatlon of Wy
andotte county held a meeting nt the court
Iiouhc yesterday nft.nioon and arranged
for the sale of a portion of their apple
crop. A revolution was adopted request
ng tho yecretary to notify apple buyers
in tlw North, Kast ami South that they
can purchase (S.noO barrels of apples In
this county within the next two weeks
at 1 per barrel. The notices wero sent
out last evening. Some of the members
declared that they would not sell for
less than $1.50, but a few wanted to get
rnl of their crop Immediately, and thev
nuivi-d to stll the number of barrels stated
for $1 each.
It Is llk.-ly that the bulk of the crop of
this county will go to the Southern states.
vomt.iI of the growers have shipped there
th.s sra-un, nnd they have secured higher
pn.-ey than .levhere. They expect buyers
lo llo I; here at once nnd remain until the
crop is all t-old.
At the meeting tho members discussed
tlie fcuHlbi.lty of erecting a large cold
storage house for the purpose of storing
the crop arter this year. The plan was
looked upon with favor by all of the mem
bers, some of whom are rich enough to
build a house themselves. Several mem
bers ngreed to talt stock In such an en
terprise. Another meeting will be held
later, when l his question will bo more
a suit roi: sio.
Will llo ISngun by S. !,. King Ag.ilmt Fred
Clove, I.eiiclllng'4 1'ihale 'secretary.
B. S. King, Mie Populist atuthor and onu
tor of thin city, has emryiosed aiv attor
ney tit Topoku to braig o.jtlon agadnst
I- red t'lose, privato secrvKuo of ex-Gov-traiiir
licwening, lo re)ver fli). t.'lose was
a -n-itiii-s In tt.A libel suit againvt J. A.
FVinilh, In which King was tho plaintiff.
I he jury ai-uulMni Smlm bii.i A,. nni.
(i'!inii...iti-attoii crowd of Populists almost
drove riwse crazy by taunting him. They
ciromi.atc.t a sUwt that Smit'h's evldom-e
pitiv-ec) all tho charges which he had made
...iL,.iiwL ,v.iuK, v iu9tj anit tin oxne-r olllc-hoililer.-.
C!osx, in order 'to provo that such
n'fl not tho case, s. nt wwd to Klne to
have the rvl.kiniee: of Smith cojuleil at an
expeinse nnt to exceed tin and svnd him
the ccpy n',.l th tlll. Tho court stonog-rapln-r
Yu! not trust Closo for the bill,
and Kirtg jvi'd the nroney out of hts own
pi"kot. II tlw'nenit tho copy and tho bill
OSie had Sniuh's evklcnce publislwd In
tho fX't'iwn, Jouniaal, and ho never reim
bursed King, who lrad bevn after him for
s-vral niontihv. H refusew to pay it
an 1 Attprtri-y Ilennirgton, of Topeka, hBH
1, .uu ens-.nge.l lo bring Otttlom against Cloo
lor tlho amouint.
aiKT.vi, iron cou.STi:i;Fj:rnNG,
round by tlio Police nt tin- Homo ol rt
An.ly Jfartln and Hugh Sherran, the
two rani) who were arrited with Patrick
Thomv-w-on lact TbuiMlay n the oharge
of bunrl.irlzli.if I. Goldman's atoro on
JVvmes til rccr. wwe arrajgned before Jus
tUc of the Pellet Bot'ts -esterday. Tho'r
pr'llin4nry , hciirlng was set for Itonihw
ana in- .Jefuult of"$l,ooo cadh they were
crtm;nit.teU to the county juM u awult
V.'l'ii1iay flilpf of Police Sen-tew took
1"W of mtul vhich was found at tno
TfliO'rraisson hwm ut.,1 hail It tested by n
lotal Jewel.r. It wa diwoverod that tho
tiwtiail (onif. Inied IS! pr-r rpna rilvr, rtie n
matolw being n t omimsHlon of gtasa nnd
oWiiit white ni-tal. The atithoritIe now
twleve th&t U m used in cotintcrfehtuig
mony. The- was sudlcitw mawrml to
ooto Bvsfty-ave eoamterfelt dollars.
Tlie Itev. S. It, McAffoe. D. D., of Park
college, will occupy the pulpit of the First
Presbyterian church this morning and
evening. The pastor, rtev. II. G. Mend-n-httll,
-ll return next wec-1; from tt visit
In i he East,
Itev. W. H. Tomor has returned from
Atohl-on, whero he attended tho annual
conference of the at. c. church South.and
to-d.iy will begin another year's work as
pa-vtur of the Seventh Street Methodist
Kpiscopiii i-iiurch. He will preach norn-
llil' Ollil UM'lllllif.
Horlo w'll "be Jp-ld nt the Third Ilap.
iKt chimb this morning at 11 o'clock and
In the evening at 7:30 o'clock, by the pas
tor, l-v. William Jamei Sly. '
The jia-tor. Ht-v. U. Q. Henliam, will
pren. h as usual at tho Central Christian
ihur-li. Morning subject, "Our Coven
ants;" evening mbjeot, "You and the Soalo
It, O. V. W. Chandler will speak ut
tli. People's M.thodlst Protestant church
morning ui. 1 evening.
Itev J. A. Ilaldridge will preach nt tho
T.ibet-naclo at "i-.M p, in. Subject, "love's
All- .il "
At the Ounlon Place Methodist Protest
ant church there will bo preaching at 11
i m. and .it s p. in. by the pastor, Itev.
V. J. Sh.pimrd.
At the Si wait Avenue church there will
I, pn.t liltiv, at 11 a, mi. by Ur. (!. H. St.
John, and at j p. m. by Hev. Kugenia V.
Itev Mr Hill will conduct services twth
morning and evening at the Pilgrim Con
Hev. T. Mural, chaplain In the Japan
ese army in the recent war, will preach
at the Firt Congregational church In tho
morning and speak on the war with China
next Friday evening,
Ileal ll.lulc TnuHfcr,.
Heal estate transfers for the past week,
furnishi.l bv W. Thomson & Co., abstract
ers of ti'hs. Columbia building, cjiner
Sixth and .MiinnsuW avenue, Kansas City,
.V.'Moore to W. Mosler; lots 18 and 19,
block 5, Cobb height, I5H0.
F. W. Axtcll to A. K. Searles; land In
section 2, township 11. rati ire 21; also lots
:.i und 31, block 0, Long Uro.,' addition,
A I.. Waldron to Grace 1-3, Harry; lots
7. ):', 13 and It. blork 1, West Gartleld. S'Hi.
N P. Johnson to II. Fox; lot 210, Wood
K. b. Wilson ct al to I. YanPuruuL: lots
41. r, l.v, k -,- i
y B. Arm-Irene.
0 ' 'I,'. .'.".! v.
,) i- .M.i-phy lo -
1 - 1 In f. Hon .. t.
tt M. Chaudl-y:
'hip lo, range 23,
'. W. Trlcfcftt to S- A. Halt: Und In cc.
tl .n V, townnriip , rmee , 14,801.
M.O .rs lnurh e r to F, K. Mps!
Id -id in section 31, ,.n-.hlp IP, range 21,
, .1.' It. McDiinlel I" Mnrctrcl McDsntetj
In's 1 and 8, block 11. Hnilej'a extennon,
M, Cohnor to r.. n Mclvj-i lots 7 nnd
8, Moek W, Wytid)tie cltj-. till. ,
N. n. Hurrows to A. Ii nun-own; Und In
section S, township li. rintre S8. p.SOO.
..n. itynn.to D. J. nmnnni lot ii, block
lii Wyandotte city, m).
, F. F. lllcker to J. tl. HnrrlMnj prt lftt
: and nil lot , Mo-k 7j, W3ndottB city,
. I';,r'l"!?n ,n 3- " T'l.her; lots 10 nnd
II. block S. Pacific pl.-ire, fiioi,
, ,f'. P. Wilson 1 II. I,. Fetters: lot ,
block 1, Purine nlnce. fnn
Kaw Valley Townlte nnd llrldpe Com
pany to A. Kirk; lots 21 and M. block U,
. R. H. AlcRvan to n, M. ParrNh; lots 01,
J, M. blo'k ll. ronncltv's addillon, ro.
K . M . Parrlh laR, ti, Shenn; torn H, !2.
.. oiotK ii. lonneiiy's mmition. jsvi.
K. M. Fonl to 1), Mncknv. Innd In oc
tlmi 3. township 11, ranKe !. $S.f.'.
, n 11 Holmes to a. It. Holhaus; lot 1
block 4T, Armolirda'e, tW1.
.1. Srnmmon to F. Howard; p-ut lots 2
mill 3. lllrta'b 1 ln, I I 11 ll l.,A.lr n,
IS 4, Ii. 7. R, !. Moek'Si'lots V, I.'ll and 12,'
bock I, all In fcammoti p'ace. io,fki.
F. Howard to H. K. Patterson; lot 2.
block 2: !otsJ. S. t and o, block
l.ll'J, '...l ,', f.l.lK.ll.,
A. O. Prnther to C. Tlvsnrti tmrt let
J. pn Central avenue, wood A Walker's
i ci.o.i: -i-iii: mointv
The Council AVIII viin I'm., the Topeka
llppllng Simp Otillinint'C.
The city council will meet to-morrow
evening, when the Topeka tippling shop
ordinance will likely be passed. The or
dinance was Introduced several weeks ago
and rcferml to tli omittance committee,
Of Which it. .V. Smith U ehnlrmnn for- In.
spectlon. The cominitlio has had It tvr
since, but It was stated last evening that
a report would be made favoring Its pas
sage at tho meeting to-morrow esening.
In case the committee, does not file a re
port on tho ordinance, the measure will
be recalled from the committee and passed,
so it Is said.
The present tippling shop ordinance con
flicts with the state law. because it only
l.xes the minimum penalty at 150, while
the state law nxes It at Sled. The new or
dinance fixes the penalty the same as the
stato law, so far us the line Is concerned.
Ih city has no authority to Impose a
Jail sentence, except for the non-payment
The committee appointed to Investigate
the reasons why the appeal cases np
pfaled from the police court to the dis
trict court have nut been tried, spent n
portion of the day yesterday looking up
the casts. They found tnat seventy-slx
cases had been appealed. They are all
s'l for hearing in a few weeks, when
,.udKiS, All,'e" I'll'es up the criminal docket.
It will take nbout tlrrty days to try thee
appeals. A member of the committee said
last livening that the "Jolntlsts" tak np.
peals for delay, and Hint if they continue
doing so the court uill soon be clogged.
"I.ach one has the right to demand a
Jury trial." said In , "and you know what
that means it is hard to get Juries to
convict a liquor man In this county. The
appeal Is a new do lac of the Jolntists and
they are working it to perfection."
SAVIIU V A DOCTOIl.
r. If. Jtean Tnltcs Murpliliie With Intent
to thol UN Life.
P. H. Bean, a murrlod man nbout 23
j-iurw of age, took iiKrphlni at S o'clock
last night with fcti,. idol ir.ten't. Several
(IViyw ago Heart came to tihe city from
Ijeuveiiwort'li in c.imj.anj- with lii w-jfe.
After their arrlvml htio Uean gave a
mortgage on a team Of horses to his wife,
but afuerwwnl they quarrcM, and Bean
iKvik t'he tam ni.'i1 nn.rtvl to lea-o 4ho
o.iy. Ills wife Jiee.rd of his doings and
tlkid FniM to rejuh'.rn the t.vam. Oillcers
were M-r.t out uni Piun was oa-p'tured! a
taw irailew Wast of th ovtA-. Yes-ter.Uiy he
went Co the ihome of n-lnslves at No. 31S
:.rth Ja!K street. lyawt cwndng li" was
found iJi' ft hemJ-cocs.rviu ootuM'tion in 'his
room there. 'Hie parrot wagon removed
ihim tto li.vt'hany hospital, w-herc Dr. W. li
Stamen amended Tilin. He was munh lm
provttl late lust oVht and will recover.
THKi:i: DAYS' KAC'I.NO.
Will Ito (ilen by the Goiitlrinon's Driving
Aworlatlon at ICrr'i Par!:.
The fall racing meeting of the Gentle
men's Driving Association will open Thurs
day at Kerr's park, and will continue for
three days. Thursday, Friday and Satur
day. The Onl'M'r.S. nf till, elllh l.u.rn m,...
complete arrangements for a big meeting
and many good races will be made. The
entries have been made already, and the
books contain tho names of many noted
racers of the two Kansas Citys and vi
cinity. An irujoyiililii I'nrty.
A very enjoyable party was tendered
Mr. Charles l.lttle last Friday evening at
his home. So. t;il Everett avenue. Tho
parlors were luautifully decorated, and the
evening was sp' nt In real merriment, airs.
W. L. Ladd, Mrs Clara Miller and Miss
Mary Malr recitved the guests In a very
pleasant an,1 cordial manner. Miss Daisy
D.-an served punch in the ball, which
proved very refreshing owing to the warm
evening.. Misses. Margaret Northrup and
Helen Wells iirtlilerl In the dining room,
whero a dclloiuus repast was served. The
amusement of the evening consisted of
vocal and Instrumental music, recitations
by Miss All. e Hlggins, and dancing.
Among thoi" r. sent were; tev. W. J.
Sly, Mr. and Mr. Price. .Mr. nnd Mrs. Hoy
Ti nney. Mr. nt d Mrs. W. !.. I,ndd; Misses
Clara Nonhrup. Clara Miller, Daisy Dean
Helon Wells. .Mine Lane. Hessle Hong,
Anno. Dough, i iv, Annu Hull, Maude Farlv.
Vlrgle 11)11. Mau.lA AUU, Pauline Pitt man!
Alllco Illggln. Ammle Foster, Margaret
N'orthrup, Mary sjalr. Hvu Weloh. Neal
Hlggins, Lee n.l-l, Lillian Welch, Joseph
ine Hopkins, Adiilu Wylth, Gertrude ltush,
Leta Chamnerlnin, Mattle Hale. I.ucile
H.tla nnd Frank. e Tsubell; Messrs. Percy
Van Doi-en. Hoy Hunted, Armond Kroli.
J. F. Northrup. V. D. Northrup, Lloyd
Thompson. V. I). Machlr, F. C. Foster, II.
K. Northrup, C, J. Allls, A. H. Stote. D.
M. Hlggins, S. M. Ilrockway und Jack
Mrs. W. A. Griswold entertained a num-
oer ot ner inenus last Ttiesaay evening
at G o'clock dinner nt her home on Oak
land avenue. Those pr. sent were: Sirs.
E-lwtrd Servlss. Mrs R. D. Speck. Mis.
W. II. BhorUn. Mrs. f). W. Shepherd. -Mrs.
G. M. Gray, Mrs li. punleavy, Mrs, George
Curtis ana Airs. S Potter.
Mrs. C. M. Urm entertnlnod the llovilo
Club at Iter home, K8 Fieeman avcniiu,
last Wednesday afternoon A very en.
jovable time was had bv all present.
The Monday club will bo informally en.
tertnlned to-morrow night by Mrs. Frank
II. dm, of Sandusky avenue.
Mrs. W. A. Brown, ot No. 3SS Greeley
avenuo. enteilulii'd u few of her friends
Tuesday evening at tea. tho occasion being
In honor of her guest, Miss I.ou Crawford,
of Longtnn, Kas. The evening was de.
Ilulitfullv spent In mnslo and parlor games.
Tliose present were: Miss Hebecoa Walker,
of Topuk: Miss Virgin Xltll, of Leaven
worth; Miss HeFle FnrrlB, Miss Maud
Early and Miss Lou: Crawford.
Will Play Hall.
There will an Interesting game of base,
bull played this afternoon at 3 o'clock at
the Chelsea park ball grounds. The game
Is to decide the championship of the A.
O. V. W. team and the Maccabees, No
admission will be charged and a large
crowd is expected. The following are tho
positions of the two teams:
A. O. V. W, Position. Maccabees.
A. Otts Pitcher Kramer
C. Hitch Catcher Llllis
George Shade ,.. .First base Corrtster
August Shiner ....Shortstop Davidson
A. M, Shuts ....Hc-ond base..,, Kampmler
C. llockman Third base Otts
P. n Itubb Right Held Davidson
M. Myers Center llM ....Dougherty
Will Humeit ,...l.eft llfcld .Nancu
Titled la the Pollen Court.
In the police court yesterduy morning
John Peterson. No. 32S North James btrect;
Charles Webster, No. 1017 North Fifth
street, nnd Sam Johnson, No. 312 North
James street, were tried und convicted on
the charge of violating the city tippling
shop ordinance. They were lined WO each.
J. M. James. Sadie Itlce, Mrs, Anna Ma
son and Frank Washington were (In, d
Si each for disturbing the peace. P. I,,
lifted, who was arrested a tow days ago
on complaint of bis wife, who claimed he
attempted to kill her with a cleaver, was
Wllrox in Illo lurged.
Tho cae of th goyenilntnt against
Ilczln Wi.: ,-.n, il. .urged with reoeKlng a
ptrntdon ccii.iicate from James HiUUrd uis
Muourity f.,r u loan, thus vlolutlng the
United Si'' pen-ion law, wus tried be.
foiv l'j..i I S: it' : Commlsiuner Pciry
ytwitenluy uft. in, ,i. A large number ,f
IN-oinJienit l.ito i fiMin Wiii.e Cluir h
w.-iv prw rjL.u.u i. n.ticl in tiier.ise, Aftir
JicariKg all tie ciuier. e Asu.-lui.t t'uin
B atet) A worn y Mason, of Topeka, arose
and rcciommentle.i to th court thut the dc-ft-udwt
ba ducburjed. Cuuuulitioucr li-
ry gate the ilfftni, som- n-Ilv nn n
t; e pr-.on Ihw ntid thtn dicharcc.J h ni
Mr. Wik.-onrt l a n.i..n, r.irun-r n"l
hait n-atldvd in this eouniy for thirty year"
Wnlitx n IllMinr,
Clara MeDonougli filed .ult In the dl
trlct court for divorce from Thomn Mc
Dohough jesteMay. In her pellllon she
claims that he ha treated her In it most
cruel manner. on one occasion, shi
Mate, he struck her with a chair, which
Injured her so that she could not get out
of the bouse for over three months. She
also claims that he It an habitual drunk
Could Not llltn It-ill.
J. W. Turrln, who nw arreote.1 Frhtnv
night on a wai warriirrt chiugmit hint
wnn ltrrpctwitii!lng an oiIIct nnl extort
Ins? rntiTw-y fimi IM WwmiMlt, nun r
nilgrii-d ljfoT Jusii e of tho Puce tlMts
J-wtWtiyiCr. HlK Ku.,1 wnm fixed fit 1509
and hta pt-cllmlnnry hvarrni, -t for Mon
thly. In d'fnul ivf the required nrmnrrrt h
ww coltttnltt.il to ih coimy jjf. The
crltni' for w-hh-b Ttiirln wi rttd U
ftMrtretl to hve been omttltte1 Ust Juno,
but Frldny wn the flrt tlnv the author
tli-si wwvv able to apprehend Wnu
Kan V Sen?
If so, rton and take a look at our fall
suitings. They are very handsome and the
prlres ar reasonable. Did you say hats?
Well, I should say so, and the nicest In
town. Our Howes agency 8 hat is the
b.st In the world.
IILUMQFIST TAtl.OUINO CO..
C12 Minnesota avenue,
Deslrnbl office rooms; ntso store room
In Chamber of Comm'-rce Imlldlnc, Kan
sss City. Kas. Apply Alex. Flndlay. agent.
I Hunker building. Kansas City. Mo.
1'rnp (Inine Itnlde.t.
omc-ars HeilTlek, Hradlmry, Cinrkev Noah,
Welch nnd Sergeant Klmnn raided n crsp
game Jnt tiWit nt No, .11.1 Mtnmno'tti avc
nuo ml vMpturod ten players.
Pen Henderson was arrested upon n
state warrant yesterday, charging him
with assaulting Andrew Weeden with a
club. He was arraigned before Justice
of the Peace Hughes, who set his pre
liminary bearing for next Thursday. He
frave bond In the sum of 1100 nnd was re
eased, lloth ore Colored men.
II. W. Johannes, aged 27 years, nnd Miss
Lena Zimmermen, aged 22 years, were
granted a marriage license In the probate
It. M. Whtsner tc Co., funeral directors.
Telephone west rd. Prompt attention given
to telephone orders day or night.
Owen Sullivan, an old citizen of White
Church, died yesterday morning ot heart
The Merchants' Protective Arsoclntlon
will give a musical and literary enter
tainment In tho common pleas court room
Friday evening, September 27.
Last ten days of It. J. Dunnlng's sale.
Dr. Charles M. Stemcn left last evening
for New York, on professional business. He
will be absent ten days.
Mrs. N. E. Barnhart nnd children have
returned from a two weeks' sojourn nt tho
summer homo of Mrs. Ilarnhart's parents,
on the shores of Lako Erie.
II. G. La Master "has gone to Lawrence
to visit relatives and friends.
Mrs. 13. A. File nnd dauirhter, Grade,
are In the city, the guests of friends.
Mrs. W. II. Comer and daughter havn
gone to Council Grove, Kas., to visit her
Miss Marguerite Haskell, who has been
visiting at different places in tho East, has
Judge Alden. of the district court, went to
Totiawanda, Kas.. yesterday to institute a
lodge of the Knights of Pythias, of whicb
he H grand chancellor for tho Jurisdiction
Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. Sklrvnn left last
night for Galveston, Tex., whero they will
spend a few days with friends and rela
tives. Mr. Sam Smith returned last night from
Chattanooga, Ti-nn., where he ias been nil
ng an engagement with tho Iowa Stato
Miss Helen Wise, who has been visiting
her cousin, Miss F.lanohe Monroe, the past
week, returned to her home, Leavenworth,
Kn.s., lust Saturday.
W. H Weaver and family will leave In
a few days for San Francisco, where they
will resldo in the future.
Sxr llulldlng That is liclng Greeted tiytho
Cent ml .Methodl.t Cburili .society
I11 Soiiii lie t.-oinpleteil.
In a tfhort time Armourdale will have a.
line nkiw church building. About two yttiTS
atci thf congregation o'f the Central jlct'h
odist cTiun-h lgan the ei-iMMlotr of n cost
ly building, but w-a.s comK.-lletT to dutav
1ho comidetlon of It owing iro a la-k o'f
fumdw. Tho ftunewrk was Dntbtiodi and ire
fi few days tto work of lndowng the pres
ent structure In brick walto wiU bo begun
ami the building win be completed as soon
as possible. Th. iveeFUT funds are now
In th harods of the trustees?, nnrl tih.-re wI
bo no iy In tho work. Tho church la
located on Mill street.
Mrs. S'amuel HlnMo went to St. Jo;eph
Mo., last evening to visit friends.
Mts Jeissle Itoblnsoi. is recoverinR from
a serious illness.
David Moog will take charge of tho
ocJuiing department at SchiwarzchiM' .i
Sulzbcrpcir's packing bo-uso October 1. Ho
Is now occupying a similar position at Ar
mour's packing house. Ch"irlos Hartlett
wlH succeed him at Armour's.
A meetlnK will be held to-morrow- cvon
Inig at Brouso's hall by tho JJL-ukI Demo
n. A. Wakeinan roturncd last evening
from a visit at Hadford, f.-u
l'rofe.on:il and lliivlnrs. Men Notified
That lliey .Must Pay l.tcnnni Cltl-
ZfllK Will Hold a Merlin;.
AHl tli, doctors lawyers and business
men of thin city were notified yesterday
by Putrolmnm John I'dhe that the occupa
tion lax must bo paid on or beforo Septem
1m r 21'.
Wlicm tho council adapted resolutions;
tvuudng tho pi-lice foive.und abandoning
the tiro department, an ordlnamou was
Ititi-di nqulring doctor nind attorre-ys
to pay n Uceiwo of $25 ea.-h for six months,
and n proportionate llcn-.i e wts 1 vle.t on
other occupations. For tbo paist four or
llv.i years the itoctorj and lawyers novo
jiuld. no license, and the Imposition- of such
u heavy Itw-ns.- docs not meet the approval
of many of the men nff.s-ted.
ThiH notion of the council resulting from
1'h closing of the "Joints" and the nban-dor.inv-r.it
of tho lire department and re
duction of tha iioVlco force has caused
nuivh ailverve criticism. A mrctlni- o
ottlsenii will Is? held to-morrow evening
1v. rl1u.t)t-cu tin. rIttilr linn I
q'ho c6tv council will hold a regular
m.-v.tlng Tut-ttduy night, and this wW be
tlift lufct meeting lwfore October 1, the .lay
rot for tho ordinance to go Into efftct.
SU Cliiirgen Against lllin.
When the police court docket for Tuesday
Is culled, l-'ellx McGulre will have a inon
opoly of tho court's attention. McGulre
runs a "Joint" mi Fpenr avenue, nnd since
the closing order bus been effective he
has persisted In keeping open house, which
resulted In bis frequent nrrest. There ale
now six charges of violation of tho city
tippling shop ordinance against him. At
the time of cneli arrest he bad the cases set
for trial on Tuesday, wh.n they will all
be. tried. SIcGuIro tells bis friends that he
will light tho cases as long as his money
Horticultural Society Meeting,
Tlie Missouri VMy Horticultural rsocloty
lieM a well at1.inds.-il meeting nt the rest
ilMjfe of J. 8. Perkins, n wealthy farnr
res-Mlntf one mile nt of this city, yes
terday. Tho following prusTtumme wa
ivnileretl: "Appl Drclinnlliig," 1 Wrltl
houtie, Falrmotuit, Kas.; "Fungus Growith,"
JIiw. IjouIwi Goodman, Wttdpor, Mo.;
"fluid Storuge for Fruits." Major Frank
Hobinger, Ilosedale. KaH.; "Housekeop.
Ing," Mrw. Ambrose Key, Argentine; "The
Hoy Horticulturist, G. W. HoUlnger,
lUrheruu iiml I'irnlc,
A largo crowd of the colored population
of this city held a barbecue and picnic In
leabella place yesterday afternoon, the oc
casion being the celebration of Emancipa
tion day, The day was spent in an en.
Joyablo and appropriate manner by the
colored people geveial local ministers and
public speakers, enteitulned tho crowd with
At 3 o'clock this afternoou a memorial
fervlco In honor of deceased railroad men
will be held nt the First Congregational
church, This is the annual tervlce, and Is
given under the auspices of tha secret or
ders of railroad men and the ladles' auxll
larles. Hev. W. H. Shaw will deliver tho
sermon. Special music has been secured
for the occasion.
To It.Uo luiid, for u Church.
In order to raise funds with which to
pay its .IH.dncsii, Hit; Wviabvis of tho.
Msthc 'lot 'pls.:ornt ch-ir-h .have adopted
this Man f.uth pirmber of the church win
writo io tlie frki ., tuiu'linr o aoP'J,"
I,r, rtf 1., . h,a M,,rl ni... fSIUSsMftP tlltlt
each fisnd make tli- mm request to three
of bis friends. Iiy thu tchrme they hope
to pay tho churih debt.
Mill Atleml I nnerat al Toprln.
Aliut Iff) empfriye of th Porta F Hall
way Cntntmny In thtt cliy will go to To
wlm at . ovK-k this) morning t attend
i ftttiorn of the Vlto J, C. Wlntv re
r'lvtr of th 'ompaii?-, whtcti W111 be hejil
fhiro ait 10 o'rr'k . m. to-dnj-. Wu party
will go In a eve- car. wliW-n vMi iv rtt
ttt'-hw) to rn'-nrer trnln Nts ill. Th
ilecll mr ojkI t-cuiuil! will return Ui
At Tueidny night's meeting of the city
oounrll a contract will b let for tho mar
adiuniitlng of East Metropolitan avenue.
Th work will require about 10.0M square
yard of maendara.
The hext ineftltig of the 0. A. U. post
will be held at school house No. 19 lu order
lo mc. t the veterans of that vicinity.
The local G. A. H. post announces that It
will give & dinner on election day In No
Hherllf Glover, of Johnson eoutttv, notl.
(led the police yesterday that a team and
wnn hn, been stolen from Farmer Stll
lie, or Hint count'.
A grnei roof is being ptnce.1 on tho city
lull. The old roof Vran In bad repair.
Newton Phitlp returned yesterday from
a visit at Ottawa nnd Emporia. K.. .
Miss Maude Alexander spent yesterday
with friends and relatives In Kansas City,
Claude Alexander will nttend the. Kansas
City, Kas., high school IliU winter,
The ICar.sns City Journal is delivered In
Itoseddle bv Eugene Miller, who will Also
collect for the same at the reduced rate of
10 rents a wvek und make hts collections
John Mathlas left last night for Law.
rence, Kas.. where he Will attend the
Misses Cella and Josle Pausman nnd Miss
Maud Evans have returned from tree's
Summit. Mo., where they have been spend
ing a few days nt the fair at that place.
A large number ot people of this place
attended the horticultural picnic nt tho
home of J. 1J. Perkins, west of Argentine.
Mrs. M. E. Clark nnd daughter, of Los
Angeles Cal.. are visiting Chnrics I'roeb
stel and family. Mrs. Clark Is a. sister of
Hev. c. P. Frcark will preach nt the M.
E. church this morning on tho subject of
Tho Campaign for it Sewer System Will He
Inaugurated nt a .Meeting to He
Held lu-iumnnr Mght.
Tho campaign for sewerage will bo
opened Monday night by a mass meeting
of citizens In the lower room of tho court
house. This will be tho inaugural meet
ing ot a series that will be held for the
discussion of the sewerage question, nnd It
Is Intended that it will not be a. one-sided
discussion. Tliose who ure opposed to the
Issuing of bonds for the building of a main
sewer from Independence to the liver
are expect, d mid have been Invited to par
tclnate In the discussion.
1 he time Is short for a campaign, but
It will i.e rnado a vigorous one while it
lasts. The meeting Monday night is to
be held under the auspices of the Munici
pal lmproement Association. The speak
ers will be Dr. C. Jackson, J. E. Lewis.
J. I. Fletcher. M. Smitson. J. F. Huchnn
nn, Joseph McCoy, J. J. Zciglcr nnd Jo
seph lleck' r. After speeches by these
gentlemen a general discussion will follow,
consisting of lhe minute talks, led by G.
W. Conk ley and It. D. Wirt.
The following vlcei presidents have been
cboen to occupy seats on tho platform:
J. E. Lew-is, J. L. Fletcher, O. S. Noble,
G. W. Clinton, W. If. C.innodv, C. Yetter,
A. Tekotee. W. O. Gordon. .1. T. Smith, W.
F. Street. W. 11. Wairconer. S. F. Wood v.
C. Gudgell, J. Krondh.irt, W. Uostinn, I.
N. Hogerf, N. E. Moore, H. Hoick, W. M.
Ilandali, A. J. Hundschu. A. II. Ehle, J. Si
Mott. G. P. Gates, P. Itoberts, J. McCann,
J. II. Neal, J. V. 1!. Martin, II. Shelcy. Z.
U. Wilson, J. W. limckenlmry, C. P.. Mc
Dowell, G. Tucker, W. H. Southern, W. U.
Webb. M. A. Hlggs, E. Doerff.ill, H. Far
row, F. W. Hnrbce, S. Ixiwe William
Crick, M. Casper, J. O'lirien, .1. Kennedy.M.
Johnson, A. A. Haldw-in, N. Ileese, Q.
Goodman, J. M. Smurr. A. M. Woodson,
J. Del'oursey. Hev. Brooks, M. II. Wright,
It. r. Wirt, P. H. Grlnter. T. Aker, W. W.
Angell, F. Gerber, F. Ewln, W. C. Martin,
L. M. Davis. J. V. Compton.
lute sttguti-il it (.ru,e.
Georgo Haniiall, a farm hand residing
near Hlue Mills' ferry reported to the po
lice yesterday thut there was a newly
mado gravo beside a main road leading
down to the ferry. A rude cross marked
the place of burial and be bad his sus
picions aroused that all was not right.
Coroner Hedford was notified, and be In
turn authorized Justice Louis Jones to
lnestlgato the mysterious grave. The of
ficial, accompanied by a doctor, visited tlie
spot. When they arrived there they were
informed that the grave contained the re
mains of a faithful horse which 1 -id died
on the day before. Judge Jones and his
companions reached their ofllces by a cir
cuitous route In order to avoid tlio anx
ious crowd uwulUng their return.
Mulclng ti Vigorous right.
Those who are opposed to voting bonds
for the soverins of the city have com
menced vigorous warfare against tho meas
ure. An ueilvo campaign has been Inau
gurated. Yesterday handbills were cir
culated setting out reasons why the citi
zens of Independence should vote against
bonds for tho building of a main sewer
from tho city limits to tho river. Tho
handbills t,el out that the improvement
would be for the few as against tho mass
es. Mr. James Buchanan stated yesterday
that ho had the circulars printed for tbo
reason that be believed that it was a good
method to bring out the facts for the peo
ple to contemplate before election day.
While the circular Is only an Incident of
tho campaign, it serves to show that tho
friends of tho movement have arguments
to overcome which aro being considered
by the voters.
Franl: Gudgell will leave to-morrow for
the East, where be. will enter Yale col
lege. George Greenwood, who has been visit
ing friends and relatives in Kentucky, ar
rived home y. sterday.
Jelferson Williams, formerly of this city,
but now a resident of Cass county, was
In the city yesterday,
Judge Milliard, who has been spending
sevual weeks in Ohio, is expected home
Mrs. C. A. Davles will lenve Monday for
Chicago, where she expects to make her
home. Mr. Davles is engaged in business
Mrs. C S. Rogers, of Jefferson City, is
the gutst of her rtaught. r, Mrs. Marshall
Tucker, of West Lexlngtun strceet,
Isaac Lincoln, of St. Joseph, was the
3uest of his daughter, Mrs. Fleming Pen
Mrs. Andrews, formerly Mrs. Ilrown, of
San Antonio, Tex., is the guest of Mrs.
1). W. Wallace, of North Delaware street.
Xlrs. Andrews has been in the East at u
conservatory of mu-lc
Parker Lowe will b ave this evening for
Greenville, Miss., win re he Is employed
by the government as a surveyor. Mrs.
Low-o will remain in Independence for
several weeks, vlkltlng friends.
Miss Carrie Bryant has returned home
after a wink's stay at Loo's Summit.
Miss Bryant won ilrst prlz for the best
lady driver at the fair.
Miss Nannie Flanagan left yesterday for
an extondi d stay with friends in Colorado,
Theie will be a regular meeting of the
Independent Order of !) ptasophs to-morrow
night in the hall over Mizts' drug
It was announced yesterday that the
telephone exchange would be in operation
Saturday next. Tha 'phones are being
placed In the houses.
At speel.il request, Hev. Proctor will
preach this morning on "Heaven." Hev.
Welsh will occupy the pulpit In the even
Samuel Wherrltt nnd wife left ycslorday
for thvlr homo at Omaha, Neb,, after an
cxtmdid stay with relatives in this city.
The funeral of Miss Ella Jacobs, who
db-d recently at Colorado Springs, will
take pla. e to-day at the Central Presby.
terlan church, Kansas City. The remains
will be Interred in this c.lty,
A f or. e of mm whs employed by
the electric line In fixing und Improv
ing their track In tho city limits yester
day. A large number of Independence people
attendid the matinee yesterday afternoon
at Washington park, The Itoyal Hawaiian
band has been a drawing carO-witli Inde
A meeting of the W. C. T. U. was held
yesterday afternoon nt the Maple Avenue
Methodist Episcopal church, for the pur
pose ot sending delegates to the Kansas
Hev. George F. Ayers, president of the
Presbyterian college, will occupy the pul
pit of the Maple Avenue Methodist church
to-day, Itev. Ityland Is absent at con
ference, and for this reason no night ser
vices will be held.
Mrs. Page Harris and Miss Harris, who
have been the guests of Mrs. O. P. Bry
ant, have returned to their homes at Fort
W'orth, Tex., and Llnwood. Kas.
Mr. W, V.. 'arr arrived home yester
day from Hichmond, O., where she visited
j unite w. o. l.oar left yesterday for El-
S-SinufiriMfe.hM0 " wl" make a brlef
CHICAGO GRAIN MARKETS
wiikat was Qtm:r ami wi:ak, ci.os
1MI 3o I.OWI311 1I1AN riUDAV.
OitU Were Dull, Hie Price for May
Declining 1'fle-Corn l.ot 10
nnd I'rovUlom Cloud nt
Chicago, Sept. 21. Big receipts reasserted
their Influence on the wheat market to
day, and December closed o lower. May,
corn lost He, May onts lost Ve, and pro
visions closed nt decline.
Wheat ruled quiet nnd weak to-day.
Nearly all the surrounding conditions were
agnlnst the prices; the Liverpool cable'
were lower, domestic markets easier, Ho
deliveries in the Northwest again heavy
and local speculation dull and narrow.
There was little demand, the shorts ap
parchtly being well evened up. Derembi r
otened nt tS'tc, fell steadily to G7?sc, un
proved some and closed at BS'ic May sold
trom 6!l to OSc.
Corn was heavy. The premium which
cash corn hns been bringing Is disappear
ing, and there seems very little between
the longs and lower prices. September,
from 3.So nt the close yesterday, dioppel
gradually from 3l,o at the start to ai'f,
olid It was at 3b7,c at tho close, May
closed at 'sTiJSc.
The usual Saturday dullness prevailed In
the oats market. May ranged from 2"'ij
to 20c. and closed at the latter price,
Llntlldatlon nf Octohsr lmlrilti.-a nr nm.
visions continued and the prices made ;i
further decline. Pork for Oct.ibir sold down
to J7.M, and that was all It was worth nt
the close. January sold al J9.3il and clontd
nt la...,, or iV: lower than on tho day b -fore.
Lard dropped .V of Its previous val
ue for October nnd January, and ribs kept
even with the decline In lard,
COLONEL ROSS EXPLAINS,
He Tells the District Court Whtit Iteenma
of tha S7o, ()( Ho Itrrcltrd Out of
thu Choctaw (lollge.
Washington, Sept, 21. Colondl D. M
Koss, fonnorly of Guthrie, but now ot thu
District of Columbia, had a very warm
time for fivo hours on tins witness standi
yesterday In the supreme court of tho
District, In explaining what ho did with
tho t,U"0 ho received out of the $3,000,000
paid out by this administration Juno C,
1593. In tho early days of Oklahoma Colo
nel Ross was full of schemes, but -complained
of not having tho means to carry,
out his plans. Harry Bacon and Harry
Black, of Guthrie, secured a contract Willi
tho Choctaws ujid Chickasaw s to do cer
tain work for them In congress for a,
cximmlsslon equal to $76,000. It the scliomo
went through. They concluded to tako lu
Boss, and undor the contract with him.
Boss was to siiend his time working thu
scheme, and Bacon ami Black were to
put up his expenses. At the same tlmn
the colonel worked twenty ot the good
citizens of Guthrie for expense money for
certain other alleged work. Finally tho
legislation passed, but the colonel said
he did not got a cent of money out of It,
nnd this was accepted as true by Bacon
and Black. Ross indicated that ho had,
been given a lltUo money, but nothing on
tho contract, and he sent to Bacon nml
Black J-VOO to divide between them, which,
was something short of tho amount they
had put up to pay bis expenses under tha
terms of the contract. Although tho big;
meal went through congress President
Harrison refused to pay It, and It was loft
for the present administration to do. Srlll
Ross Insisted that he did not get a cnc
on tho contract. Nothing more was known;
about it until Senator Piatt by resolution
called upon tho secretary of the treasury
to report to the senate who had received
tho funds paid out by the administration.
The report showed that Colonel Ross ha t
received $73,000, and then It occurred lo
Bacon and Black that tbov had each been
dumped for $23,000 and suit was commenced.
On the stand to-day, the colonel said ha
bad received the money oil right, but it
was under a different contract from that
secured by Bacon and Black. He sni.l
tbo contract had run out live days befoio
the money was paid, and that In the mean
time he had become acquainted with Colo
nel Parsons, of Maryland, a member o
the legislature of that date. Colonel Par
sons had become Interested with Boss av
the contract, but when It expired Parsonn
himself secured a contract from Green
McCurtaln, ot the Choctaw Nation, and
the Parsons contract called for the sqmn
amount as the old contract with B.icon,
Black and Boss. In this way Ross saya
that Parsons, after securing this secotnl
contract, as-signed it over to him, so that
he could get the money, as It might not
look well for Colonel Parsons, with his
known legislative pull, to appear as hav
ing received the funds.
Colonel Roes says that Parsons allowed
him to keep the money some months; that
Parsons gave him $10,000 and thnt. under
Parsons' directions, he gave. Sam Donald
son, $.',.000. leaving $010. After this Bo: 1
savs ho paid the JOAUK) to Parsons, wl o
paid It to others, who were not name 1.
Parsons, In his testimony some time ag,
said he had nlven Hom $10,000, nnd that
be Parsons had taken $10,000. and that
the remaining $0(i.0W Ross had paid out f
"clients" under Parsons' direction. Thi.-i
It appears tho two statements do not tallv.
Colonel Ross refused to produce tlm
drafts he made himself In getting tho
monny from tho sub-treasury of Chicaro
to this city, and the court 1s asked to re
quire him to produce them.
It bnd been hoped that tbo colonel woul
be able to name some of the "clients" who
are supposed to have secured some monev
from the steal from someone, ond tie
opinion prevails that even some of tho
$7ii,000 Ross received went to parties wli.t
bad leen doing business with the colonel
But the colonel corrects Colonel Porsor.i
bv saving ho patd the money to Parsons,
and wlint Parsons did with It bo docs tie!
know. Parsons Is to be brought tuck id
f,ieo the statement of Colonel Ross, an I
also Green McCurtaln, who gave tho eon
tract, or alleged contracts, is to bo pressed:
into the service.
A DIABOLICAL OUTRAGE.
Sli Slen Bob n Farmer nnd llent lllm Into
lnenlblllty Three Ciiptnreil.
Sedalla, Mo Sept. 21. (Special )
Three of the men who maltreated an I
robbed Samuel Newton In Miller couniy
Friday morning, were captured here th.i
afternoon. They gave their names as Lea
and Junes Wyrlck end William Slanker
and will be taken back to Eldon to-nlgh .
The robbery of Nowton was a most dlaboi.
leal outrage. The robbers, six In numbe.,
broke Into Newton's house, knocked linn
down with a club, handcuffed and gaggs I
him to prevent an outcry. They th 'i
locked the other members of the family in,
an upstairs room and ransacked tho hous
Finding only $0, they attacked Newton wiia
clubs and beat him into Insensibility. New
ton's little girl Jumped from a second storv
window und aroused the neighbors and tbo
desporadoes lied. This Is tha second ou -rage
In that vicinity recently and the meq
captured here to-day aru suspected of b .
Ing the men who committed that crime alw.
Washington, Sept. 21. The following pen.
slons have been Issued:
Increase James Stew-art. Camden, Ray
Reissue Riley G. Culbertson, Roscoe, fir.
Clair; Gtoree 0. Sullivan, Marlonvllle, Lxiv
renee; Henry Brockmeler Egypt M . ,,
Cape Girardeau; William It. Beach. Lo .
den, Clay; John Albright, Carrollton. Ca
roll; Frank M, nrecount. Rothvllle, Cnar .
ton; Daniel L. Cook, Unfonville, Putnam
Original, widows, etc. Mahulda Aim
Brumlleld, Independence, Jackson; Hatiiiuti
Constable, Kansas City, Jackson; Lydla M
Robertson, Kansas City, Jackson; .Martha,
J. Tedrow. Carl Junction, Jusper; minou
of John f3. Davidson, Pollock, Sullivan,:
Louise Schmidt, St. Louis, St. Louis.
Supplemental Kutherlna Sohuder, St. Jo.
Mexican war widow Artemesla Stephens
Eldorado Springs. Cedar.
Original Thomas Q, Moore, alias Joseph.
Balloy, Hutchinson, Reno; David W East
man, Emporia. Lyon; Joseph H. Wler. Na
tional Soldiers' home. Leavenworth.
Additional John M, Fetterman, Fort
Scott, Bourbon. ' '
Increase Henry Rosey, Junction City
Reissue Jacob Rarrtck. Corbln, Sumnen
George li King, Lootl. Wichita. s"i,uner'
Original, widows, etc Mary M. Alion
Brownson, Bourbon; Caroline Warner. Lob.
anon. Smith. '
V blow, liiaian wars-S.iloma C. Gra'
4-Vt CllOUt IM, 47HI t'i.ft Urlll.
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