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KANSAS CITY. KANSAS.
e Are Modest!
c don't like to talk about ourselves, but what Every
body Says iMust Bo So.
AX IX THEY SAY
Hut we sell better goods for less money than any house in
tins or the neighboring suburb across the river.
TALK IS CHEAP.
Scoing is believing and a comparative inspection of our goods
will convince the greatest skeptic. We have, set out not to
sell as cheap but to
Any dealer that may come into competition with us, and' we
arc doing it. Ifow? Because wc biiy clvapcr and because
we keep our expenses down. Consider qualities, please.
( t '
c want to mention a little
SfHCIAI. lot of llnsr. perpnlr
SPHCIAL American Uluo I'rlnit
SPHCIAL American Hlicotlnt; Pilnts
KI'LVI.W. Nevvinnikol Mills' Shoc-tlni?
HPIV1AL Outtiij- rinnnola
SPIVIAI. 1 1-1 Hlnukets. lmndsnmo Horilcrs
St'KClAT, 10-1 Heavy riuntiel Illnnkots ,
SPHcrAL Laige Comfort, White lints
SI'lXTAfi Ladles' Hgyptlnn Ribbed Ve-ts, Flttniiel....,
SPLdAL Lidles' Klne AVool Vih
SPnciAL Men's nibbed Itmiilom rtntervvenr
SI'KCIAIi Men's Natural fitny Wool I'ndervvenr
SPHCIAL Men's I'Mnc Cnf Lnce: mid Congress Shoes.
SPKCIAL ladles' Fine DotiBOlti Hutton Shoos
SPHCIAL Children's Fine JJongola Button Shoos
mi-lciaij sale or Notions
SI'KCIAt. Ca.rnlvnl Kilo from
Our Opening of Fall Millinery does not occur Carnival
week, but Tuesday and Wednesday of the following week,
October 8 and y. Prettiest goods, latest styles, lowest prices.
Ask everybody if we don t tel 'the truth
Sixii and jUtnnesota
Would j'ou have it insured?
afford to let great chunks fly
while and not miss them.
HOW is it with you as
s a good insurance policy
the sudden ringing of the
f MicU-rXsFtlt-M W
WHEN returning at night from your labors, you see your
9 home in ashes, why ring your hands in mute despair?
ALL vour nroncrtv
i-ti thpn vnn enn sav
306 Portsmouth Building,
TEL W. 111. - - . KANSAS CTY, KANSAS.
Up tn Date
618 .Minnesota Avenue.
.Meals served at all
hour s. Heinodelcd
throughout. I,i ory
ihlng llrst-rla liy
our )"i em dinners.
rrnirnibM (here Is
ro Keeley Jimtltntn
111 lumbal C1IJ, .Mil.
Ilfnurn "l Cheap
Is the best paper for the advertlaer
and the subscriber and only
10c a We
Justice (I (lie Peace,
Kew Numler, Wentn
42 Slluiiesota An,
4 ulIiislnetFi I'roraptly
Portsmouth Investment Co.,
3',:i rnitifciiDimt jti.iic.
John T. Sims
.hint lie of tlio
l'mcf, , , ,
All business carefully
and promptly at.
Olllre In Hih Wtlih
lllni K, Fimrlli ami
mil Ml mi. Ami.
'llio ll.uiient this ilrm
i ii pii.ir.mtno ot Hint
diss norU ,inU prices
rmiK alent Willi sjiiio
"1 hi proof of the pud
d I iif 1, In the eatlui; '
'I ry theni.
M M. W. farEWAUT. II. II faTEWAItr.
H m. W. STEWART
Roal Estate, Collections, In
vestments and Loans.
CHRAl' HOMES I'OK hYKRVBOHY,
Columbia lllili;., 'lul. Wait S3,
K,l?.!.S CI IV, KAb.
jetrtr ret ft &...
The Jounaal office lias been
removed lrom the Chamber
ot Commerce to tho first floor
of the Columbia Building at
Blxth street and Minnesota
31 0 J J E STY.
M mclay until Saturday Nitwit.
Ave. jumishs City, Kan.
Certainly not, as j'ou could well
off into space every once in a
you arc actually situated? Holding
on vour house or household goods,
lire bell does not disturb you.
with a cood insurance nolicv and
Men Always Advertise.
UUHATS the reason
' ctuic hyJ
tin i.ilil ulthu nlnh,
'1 hat in m loons ueater
It's dead cur. Ha
'the. great IGlol Sit
ter Itimk nf I til. (I It.
Ily S. b l ' NO. Kau
9 City, Kans it.
Absolutely (r- from
jiaitiNim po liici. brut
jio.i paid (or 5 Ceuu
(,ela his lauudt done
'Iilipti"i" Ait Ii3.
buccei-ior to Kansas City I'lanliiif .Mill,
Fnnli, Dnnrs Mmililiiis;, I iirnliic; nnil I'liiif
Iiik, biroll mill It mil s.m luir. slulr IIullil-
hi; Itimk t'ountiTi, OMIm J Ixturui
mill iiunittii'Mi iiiihiiint; i nii-
iimtm nriuitly lurnlxhcil.
.M,,(riir. llh St,. Kuiiiin City, Una,
at home in a
Purchased of Us,
G. W. DETTS,
Joslico ol the Peace,
rerlormed v H hunt
mibllcliy If reqilesteil
tollt'ctlous a upeclulty
BELLE VIEW !
iu iiih, Liulant'ft !
S. N. Simpsoo I Jon,
Vyilllilotle ( Co,
Republican Ticket Wyandoile County.
IIAVIH MAItri.N-t'Mer Ju.lko of tbo
II, I, ALDI.X-Jmlge of the. District
, n. 1IOI.T-JuiIkb of the Common
I Inn Court.
j. w. MiNari:i,i.(v-.siiirirr,
1. XV. Mii:rili:itI)-l!iKltfr of Ueeila.
l;i:oNAIII JIAMt.L touuty Clerk,
.1, V. JMMVI.IiT tlerli of llio Common
Ili.iu ( ourt.
, I.. 'KIDn-t.iiiiiiur,
I. W, JMDDlii: Commlmiloner ot S-concI
Are now located In the New York Life
Pudding, Kantas City, Missouri.
Alma Creamery Butter,
Always tho bc.t. Ten jrnrs on this mar
ket, 1 or title by leudlui; grocer.
bVMNCI.HV, lHll.LO.Mit MH1C. Co.,
'111. Went a. Agvut.
RTI IS WISE
KtOKM". "ItOtT l(.rf.'"f.f TO JIA11
i.m rm: noms juixiiVi
IN A CAVE NEAR ROSEDALE.
iik m:aum:ii tiik aim- wtttt.i: t.v mi:
siiot'iii i'i:niii:m t.vttv.
Pro. pectus of the "(lend Hill Home" Tnn
.Snlril Inillnu ()niirr In Iiivtii the
C'ntiri Muddle ,Vu i rttiirml
Up tlclieriil News.
Tho niret of fltiRCiiP Snott luft Wcilnc".
ilny by Oillrer .Inrnnn Wnlfli Inn proven 11
ery vnlunbto rnittirn It lion Molten tip
iv nolorloiM unnR of rounti-ifelteri', nnil
ttlll In nil probnblllO, be the cnuio of
penilltiK ono or tnoir tncmlien of llio Btttiif
to thp penllpntlnry ror Ionic trriim
YcMenlny Tipptity t'lilteil Htntes Mnrnlnl
Kirk returneil from n Inmtncm trip IbroiiRli
l.lnn rouiitj, ntul nt oucu vlltpil .tcott nt
the cotint Jitll. IlpmuTi-ciInil In Kottlni?
tho prisoner to talk rreelj, ntnl wIipii thi
confrpnpe win diuIpiI lm hml n full coil"
fpilon from tlio pilponpr. Scott tolil lln
fptlpral ollltor hprc the cottnipifcltlni;
wnt ilotip, anil nnv lilm the tinmo ot his
In the afternoon Kirk took the pilponer,
nml, nrronipnnlivl by tlty Drtprte ltu,
ilioi In It carriage one mile notith of Hose
dnln where, In a deep ravine, lilililett
ninonir tho tocki nnd underliruvli, n secret
onto wnt tllseovctril, l'iom nil npiienr
micei tho place had boon recently Itihali'
lted, n the ground had been trampled
down In nnd about the lnlipomu opot,
Tootprltita nml ftnnll plU-H of n'hp-! whero
Ilrct hail been built wtie the most con
lnelnc oMdenee of previous hnbltntlon.
As tlio tvo ollU'cifl and the irisoner found
their way to the secluded cave, Seolt ie
mnrkeil, "llete Is where the Job was
done" The enve and Its suiroundlnns
weie tlinrotiRhly seirehul Pever.tl plaster
pnrls molds, urei for colnltiK quartnis and
iiair tioilar?, were round. Other countcr
Ti Itlng materlil mid Inie plectg of win
dow Rlnss, used to mlv plaster p.trls on,
vere ulso Beciiied.
Kcott seemed nnloun to talk, nnd on the
return from the cave be pave the otllcers
nn IntercstiiiB account of himself. lie unld
that he bad served six otus In the .Mis
souri penitentiary for burKlaty and grand
larceny. Ho claims that lie. le.uneil to
make counterfeit money while 11 convict
in tlio ."Wlhsouil iiriMJii. "Vou may tblnk
It strange," paid he, "but counterfeit
money Is being made by Imnttcs of that
prison to-day. It has been golntr on for
sev eral j ears."
In speaking of bis confederate, be ald:
"I met him while in the penitentiary, mid
we became fast filends. He was serving a
term for biirgltty nlso, having bten con
victed and t-ent up from St. Louis We
learned to mnko counterfeit money tbeie,
and decided to go Into the business on a
largo scale. vvlu.n vvo wcid released from
tho 'pen.' I was released early In the
sming, while he did not get out until
about two months ugo. He Joined me hero
In Kansas Cltv. unit ve nrnr eeileil tn ilnrl
a good location for the business We took
a trip to Hosedale, nnd decided to locate
In the woods south of theie."
Scott appeared to tako delight In ex
plaining to tho nlllcers how the counter
feit coin was m.nle. lie mill t,o. i. .. n
very easllv done. "It don't require a great
number of tools, molds and nppllancrs. as
mot people tblnl; All we bad when we
began was the mnteilil for the coins, ami
the plaster parts to mnko molds out ot "
lie cltlms that the tnonev which was found
on his pei son whin captured by Olllfi r
Walsh was the Hist lot they bad made
here lie said that he took 11 pocket full
or the bogus money and came to this city
for the puipose of disposing of It the din
he was arrested. Ills "p-il," he sajs. was
with him at the time of his arrest, and
blames him for not trjlng to rescue; lilm
from tho ollleer.
Tho authorities have the name of Scott's
companion, and thn nio hot on his trail.
Deputy Marshal Klik spent nil last night
visiting places that the much wnnted man
Is Known to frcqiit.ni
GOOD WILL HOME.
I'romlslng I'mspei tux uf the .Vt'ir Institu
tion I'mintlcd fir I'lifnrtnniitrs
'cililug As.Nliiiu e,
Hov. Ii. Q Denham, president of the pro
posed "Good Will Home," jesterday Is
sued a prospectus of tho Institution The
homo will bo lointoil .it tho southetst cor
ner of Fourth htreet and Minnesota, ave
nue. The directors arc: I)r 13 I.. Hairl-
son, t.corge ii. White, n Q Denham. U.
V. WIdener, C. A Kills and Harry Dar
lington. The advisory board Is composed
of Congressman Miller, Itejiresentatlvc J.
IC. Cubblson, Attorney Ilrimo llobbs, Sena
tor Taj lor, Henry Dean, J. C Falconer,
II. M. Hacon, 1 .1. Farrow, George .Miller,
J. V. Andrews nnd the pastors of the vari
ous chun. lies In the city.
Under the title "Alms and Object," the,
prospectus rends- "To glvo and llnd eni
plojincnt for the worthy poor; to shidter
nnd feed the hungry and destitute; to pro
vide all such the means to earn a tempor
ary llvilihood In 11 wood jnrd and stone
yard, connected with the home. When a
man, though pool. Is prlven an opportunity
to earn his food and shcltei, be Is raised
from tho plane of a pauper to that of a
"Meals will bo furnished at the nominal
price of 5 and 10 cents, and beds for 10
cents per night. Women will be provided
for In scpaiate quarters.
".Ne y families will be provided food to
taUo away at the wine rates as above
" 'Cleanliness Is next to Godliness;' this
will ba taught and Insistud upon. It Is
hoped f 0011 to hav e a l.ti ber In attendance,
to thave and cut tho hair of the needy bo
fore entering the bath.
"Medical aid and medicines will bo fur
"Hollglous meetings will be conducted
nnd a superintendent will bo In chargo to
"Lunch, i-leeplng, wash, bath, library,
simply and audunco rooms have been pru
vliinl, and no uniortunate person need In
tlio futuro betk thuso man-tiaps, tho hu
loon and the Joint,
"Labor exchange In our sister city the
'Helping 11,1ml Institute,' through Its labor
exchange, provided 'i,000 odd jobs' und
'over l.Sfrt permanent places' for men In
eight mouths, Sneli uu exchange will bo
opened at the home.
"Iluiployment check, entitling the bearer
to tarn three meals, ono night's lodging,
shave, hair cut, bath and library prlvlliges
(each check being counted fin centa) will
bo Issued to oil contributors of J3 or moie,
to tlio (stent of their contributions. Such
(ontrlhutoiH will bo entitled to votu for
dtrcetois at all annual elections
"The citizen. In heliilnir to maintain tho
Good Wilt borne, Is expected to ccaso to
cne'uuiaeo begging from door to door, by
giving employment check to the caller In
Mead of money or food. To this end thero
will also bo Issued 5 cent chucks In lots
Are now a necessity.
Dollar Gas has made
it. Comfort, cleanli
ness and cheapness of
fuel can be secured
WYANDOTTE GAS COMPANY,
Room D, H ustod Bldgr.
HOUSEKEEPERS, ATTENTION I
If ao, jou vclll gulu tlio beat rcaulta by
Ask jour (lltOCUIt fur it.
JOUKNAT, SlrnVY SKPTEftmER LM), Wi.
nt tw nt
1 It tet l 1 ir I
) nn I used
ii n nopi n lm a, liilply rtl
l'i fun 1 net 'nrv U mi-. Tli. tliod
Will li'iine on ll f n t l iv etiiu nk m
tiibutloim of furnlturi, . ' iihillg. bc-ildlnR
Olid suitable rinding 111a' r
liiilhiiH VV Iim tiiptiireil tlulluw Tom lted
.tiiiiud Ciitiin lii Inn 11 for the
Kroler t lire.
, ttobert WhllP-Turkej and Irtti'.s In
Ikine. tw rull hKinii Omamrt" Inrthuic,
nd llptirv ltull, n full b!oo 1 one In-
d iui. atflved In the- cltv witenlnv to tulte
the Kresj v.ire Thpj m ull vmine- lie 11
nd hlh educatMl. ixni s Lonir-ltitie hivs
I n 11 depnts Fluted ftlitis limirhnl In
tl" teriltor.v for sviti t me, but wliik
liiLrfiiwl with his liiiln , and lie no
ti r.v'ted to come ti this t,i ntid tahe tb
i urn If he wmnted to t, inln bl poid
Hint. If vvti Mi (Trinity marr il that
I'd the ty tlmt pflftUtisl Hill lln lb-v,
nllw Tom ll.imotid, onv of iHwin's unntf,
irnTrtly llrsliiii'n'V, ns he vvn ktumn In
'.'h. nation, 1md pnrtlolpniul In wvtml of
1he I tu tun mblfi. A iioPtw rvt nfter lilm
mil In the t hnr bin horse wn ohnt ft. nil
under lilm. He mounted ntuvther hnrne l -bind
n (onniankm. nnd ih.y mnnaK'sl to
iiim. for llw time (11 Ih" WOO.N I'liev
ltnn.1v eme upon an o,il farmer who nns
pfcut?hlnr In 11 llcM. nnd 1 mielleAl him
to give tbetn hH horse Tile firmer pi ud
ed with them not lit take ihe niilmal, as
It wvi-s hi" oifly mins of livelihood, 'llils
I I mgyd tli.) Ir.tudritt, and Itr-dimmd shot
tl.ei .ld man to diiiih. Thts nrotrsed the'
Iwopie nml a 1 ere was organlf.'! with
IriliK'ttonv nt the heaij, ami thev took out
niter me two ouikiwn. i i ev inmigM in
it running light, in which llcilntan.1 re-
etivest tiirt.' gnnelio't wuiunW, He mm
then cnptttre.1 ntul lodged In Jnll nt (luth
tle. Hln trlnl Iuih tint jet tiiken place.
I"ing-I!iii i rerptuulbte fur twt of tho
MHU-S Hint Itedmeind In now w-eirtwf.
ltislmmid tins a very bud rcLord. lie Is
rUnrgwl with robbing 11 bnik at !.intli
wiwt 'lty, Mo,, mid iMbl.ltig a trn'n lit
thi teirllorv Tb le wn n twnrd of JJW)
orfervd for hb nrrert. ntul fhe deputy mm--tJluit
vvhi) l now taking tli Kvley cure
will get .1 htrgo rtiaro uf it.
Itulpi ntul Kntrles rur the Cnnlotn Vnn
day at Kerr's I'nrli.
Tlie- blcyclo races to be riven nt Kerr's
park, Kansas City, Ki , Mondnv after
nocin promise to be very esil't.ug Hid
"loe-olv lontehtpi' All the . rni k ilders of
Vjandotte county will lompeie for ptl?ts
The content for the chntnplonhlp of Wv
nndolto county will no duubt be 11 virv
fajt race, owing to the rlvuiry between the
V. M. c. A. Cluti and the K.msan Cltv,
Kn , Club, ea.di ot which Ii.ih entert-il hev
citil rlti. rs for this event
llm ItillnL' l.nlv members of e.sc.h nt ttie
clubs' hive iitamj'.iileil their friends am)
will go In n bodv.
The wearers of the pink and gTten and
of lh crimson .ind orange will each be
encouraged to bis most hemic efforts by
tlie waving ot his club colors and tho
cheering of bin friends.
'llho managers of tho taees 111 e -.paring
no cfiort to make this llrsl annual meet
a success from a c cling standpoint.
Thu voung me'n who sv 111 rltlo are tuotn
incnt 1n social circles, and as the friends
of each rider will attend the races, a so
da,), art well as a cycling, mi ces Is ns-
There will be five races
l'lr?t, racf-One mil", r.ovlc
SocimU race Two tulle, litindlinp.
Third race One-half mile, handicap.
Fourth moo Ono mile, eruimplonshtp of
Fifth race One mile, consolation.
The following rklert have cntereO'
tiporgo Dodt-on, Thomas J. ll.igle. Lon
lVltiMTtt. H. W. Hunt. Creor?, II. Ilivl-.
H. F. ltmce., F. L Maxflcld. It V. Andttis.
F. II. Iilum and .1 11. Mount
ICnnsan City, Kns baa two prosperous
cycling clubs, with moie ib.in 100 mem
bers, aral propofes to make this "tretigth
felt in future race, ami to this end is de
veloping Eovcral fast riders
"AU.N1" I.VlllA llltOVV.V MISSIMI.
An Octogeniirlnn Who II is l'riilnilily Slut
With 1 out 1'lnj. 1
It vvns rcporte.1 to the police yesterdnv
chut Ldla itrown, aged Su 'ears, lias been
missing for some time. The 1 Ireumstanees
connected with her dKappi ir.ince ni pe
etillar, nnd there are stiona vtisph Ions of
foul play. The old woman has llvnl for
years oil New Jerev avenue, between
Hlgbth and Ninth stieets and the hint
"-pen of hi r was Weilnesdiv Septeinlier IS
She iwnel three lots on New J rs y .ivmi
and the cottage In vvhl, h she lis cl
The neighbors sjv tli it the biik door of
her hotiMi bus been open since the date
mentioned above, but rhny did not i nter
the house until vtsterdnv, when the police
told them that they might do so They
found by tlio missing- Woman's bank book
that she had had 011 denoJt In tho Wvin.
dotie Nntlonal bunk $71, and tli.it she had
ei ently drawn o'l nf th" amount Her h it
and veil, which Blip was accustomed to
wear, n.s well ns her shoes and stockings,
weru found near the bed Tho ibed tu lur
lroperty U nili-slng and no money w.111
found In the house
Chief of Follee Pen Iss nnd hli in. n aie
now making nn Invi stigatlon of the ase.
"Aunt" Lvdia has brou fei irate 1 from
her husband for a little more than two
years, lie had not bi en seen around his
wife's homo during tint time until last
Wednesday. He itppc-ired at a neighbui's
honre nt that tlmo and is report' d to have
said that he would take pjssesMm of his
THE JUItY .llUDDl.i:.
No Action Taken to Itrctlfy the Illuniler of
The usual crowd around the common
pin is court was very notlceablo vesterdiy
by Its absence. It had no attraction theie,
us the court was not In tension, as the re
sult of the blunder of the Jury commis
sioners, b'or the past ten davs a luge
number of Jolnllsts, or their nnrtnliis,
have lwen hanging around that cotiit.
wutchliig the proceedings In the liquor
cases. Many of them have cases there and
WPte waiting for their turn. Otheis weto
drawn there out of eurlosltv
Judge Anderson does not know Just when
ho will c.ill the civil do, ket. He did not
hold a conference with ludge AMen, of th.
district court, esteiday In relat'on to the
Jury muddle. Judge Alden hns Intlmaied
Hint he will not do anvhlng In the nialtir
unlrs5 the same question that ms tprutig
In the common plets court Prldaj 111 '-n
n hkt court Then he says he will dispose
of It In short order although he does not
Mate how lm will do It. The Jolntlsts are
htchly elsted over the llnd of Attorney
Merger. They say that delays are nluijs
woh omed hv them In criminal cases and
poihaps by the time this trouble Is straight
eiicd out they will llnd some other loophole,
Attorney Hale rtated yesterdny that In his
oiilnlon the verdict of the Jury In tho John
I'lannet y case, where the defendant was
given thlrtj days lit Jail and IW line, would
bo upset by the supreme com t when tho
facts concerning the selection of the Jurors
by the Jury commissioners became known
I.nst Uny of tlin I Irst Aniiinl .Meeting uf
tlie Driving Club.
Tho first nnnunl meeting of the aentle-
iiicus urivuig e.iuu cio.scii Jesteiiiaj, nfter
1111 11; nays- Buecesiiiui racing, As a wholo
the meeting vvuh viry siive'et,ful, nlthouRb
jeaterdny's races were lei's Interesting .ml
had n smaller attendanco than elih. r of
the provlous dajs, owing to the cold winds
Two of tbo luces vvoto not (Hied nnd who
declared off. The ineinbera of tho club,
how over, am well plcasi d with the llrst
annual meeting ami will see that inxt
year the public la tilvrii n good cUsa of
Tho leciiltR yesterday were an follows:
11. II , 2 1
i.tzzio c , 1 a
Vligll I' 3 3
Time S:?jii, 2:2(''i, 2::CV, 2;27.
Double team taco.
John Stott and Topsy D.,., ,,..,,, ,,,.1
Al Wilkes and Jerome, ,,,,, 2
Don und Htnithey,,,,,,,...,,,, ,,,,3
llcrahoy and Multby , 4
llev. John II. Hill, of Knnsns City, Mo.,
will llll the pulpit of tin. Pjrst l'resbylei
tan church next Hubbub morning ami
evening. The pastor, ltev. Dr. Mendull,
will return next week.
The Ministerial Alliance will meet next
Monday at 2 p. m. In tho Seventh tilreet
M. 11. church, -Ml pastois In the city utu
"Moies, vvhut linst thou In thine hand?"
will bo the text of the Hev. H. Q. Dm.
ham's sermon at the Central Uhrlstlun
ehutch at 11 a. in. livening sermon mib
lect, ''One Chunco for P.n'iipe."
ltev. J. C, Calhoun, of Kiugllsher, O. T
will pi each ut the Pilgrim Congtcgatloiial
church this morning und evening.
rilen art Avenuw M. 1'. church, corner of
Stewart and Wulnut Puuchlng ut 11 a.
m. und 8 p. m by ltev, Di. Chailcti II.
St. John. Subject ut night, "Deatroera of
The regular morning und evening fctr
lecs will be held to-day ut St. Paul's Kpls
copal church, ltev. Duvld W. Howard will
f reach his third annlvciuary seimon at tho
l o'clock service. All the members of' tho
church are requested to attend,
ltev. J. It. Davis will preach to-day at
lirtllrl It lestsnt pbiirch
I .. but 1 ..etittd a all ta lftllnrn.
J ,111 ill 1 o to bis in w bi I ' this wp, k
I" Ji iv ' i k Hcv o U, Chandler, the
1 it 1 v 11 pres Ii
Itev F.usinln F. St. .lohn will deliver the
nnnnil "iinon nt the Nibrnskn state ron
jenil.m of the V. C. T, U nt llealrlcr,
tteill I .tut. I Mill Ten.
Ileal P'lnte transfets for the past week,
fuitilM ,i hy W. Thomson & Co, abstract
( rs of tllle (Vtlmnliln Ikillhllner ninmr stlvll.
ntul ,SliitiiMtii avenue, Kniisnn Clt. Kns 1
II Moigiiti to Htta Kavaconl; fund III
PPitlnii H, township 10, tnnKP .'I, Jl.nmi
U MiniMtiR 10 V. I'ettV, lot 1, block K,
KwIIik s no llll. hi. i"
,.'', ,W M Cluie to It L. Abort, lots 21 and
2.1 bloik R. Aliiiniinliile, j.)
liiv nl(v Town file ami Ilrldge Coln
jiniiv to v If Unwind, lots 10 and 41, blotk
W, A I mom dale, Ji
Flriie ii, La Cliappelle lo Ihe Thlid
(hrliitliili ihiirch, pari of tots 31. 28, 2 and
27. block ll W)nndotte iltv. Sl.rti
.,Ui ,.Sl'fr.r ,l1 .'' u Keidliiger; lot IS,
bloclt im Wvmidntte city, tM.
.." ; ilonnson to j. ( "nip. 11 acres In sec
tion S3, township II, rniigo S3. JiW
1 .A '2.rrlrn'1 !" vv- A. .l"hnott; lot IS,
bloik 100. ja111lolte cltv, y.
.-'.," .Weshnoreliiiid to F. II llrtinlg, lot
1., lileik ", Aig.-nllnp, l,m).
. ." . Ipelilniili to I. Campbpll, lot 28.
Iilni k K (Ufilis IMvue's adilltlotl, llll).
Nnali Muslrk In Mrs M. A. Carter, lots
2,p27 nnd 2S. l,. k 3, lleilevlew addition,
M.'tIkIiii to r Waller, lot 12, Moody ,t
Karly'H nddltloii. fl V)
A. Ilabuer to F Klnck. part of lot ?,
block l', Walker's mlilltion, JiV).
W. Arthur to .1 Clark, lots 11 and 41,
bin k lor.. W.vntidotlp tltv, l,50l,
13. II Kennedy to .1 It Jackson slid C
A. Illnes. land In set tloii 1, township 11.
1 11 iii,' . ,, ,i"r
A I. Ilrownn In II M, llrmvn; lot 11 and
pail ot lot 37, Wood ,s- Walkel's addition,
.1 W. Ilrnwn to II i: Holmes; lot ,n and
PHit of lot 37. Central iivenue, Wood X
WnlkPi h nddltloii, Il.tM)
nniluttp Lniiil Company to W, 13 Grif
fin, luts IS mid '!, block 11, Hplltlog park,
13. A. Fnttiswuith to It. W. Wood; an In
tuest In lot 17. of partition suit Oil, town
ship II, range 2., Jmi
Uter Agiilu.t Itrntlier.
The -tilt of Anna Wren ngnlnt ber broth
er .loseph Wren, to collnt it, on a board
li'll was tried In Justice Hughes' court ves.
tiulav After hearing nil the evidence In
the cne. Justice lluglns look the mttlter
under advletiient nnd villi r nder a dcc.
lon Mniid-iy The plaintiff claims that the
dfpiiilant IMS bun bourdltu at her house
for over two .vents without paving nn
thing She rajs (hit he Is an nli'e bodlid
nun and .lie does not think that she
hould support him, even though he be her
He, lie Asih Intlnii Sleeting,
The nnnnil meeting nf the ltecue A"o
elation will be held at the " . M C. A par
lors MoillllV. October 7 Tho leirillur ,1 ..
for the meeting next V ,ilned iv but tile
date has ben changed on account ot Kur
nlv il week It Is lequeslod thnt the inein
bers benr in mind lb it the meeting this
tllne will be held M.mdiiv Instead of Wed-tii-uliiv.
At that iiif'tiiig olilceis will be
elected for tilt entiling vcar
Are '.im reiiiiniiile ,1 or Citrnv Ag (nt '.
The m is of the people practice ccono
tnv, so we will address this to close buv
trs and nuinuv san-is. Inning 1'rlests of
I'alMs week we will sell children's stilts
nt cost. We have some b -unties, ot the
very latest stvles, and It will piy 5011 to
call and examine tlu'in liefnie purchasing
elsewhere. Mens nnd bojs' suits and
overcoats Jt temptliig prices
, HAltltlS CI.OTlllNO COMPANY,
.,0J Minnesota uve.
Minimi ( lul, (lilleer..' Meeting.
The oflliers and committees of the Mil
lion Club will mei t at J o 1 lo. k to-inoirow
itf'i rnoon at the otllee of Totd .S Troup, In
the Htisfd building, to mike arrangements
for the work neees-niv 10 collect and pie.
pnie V) indotli- count 'a eslilblt for the
J.astcrn train All port-ons interosted are
Invited to attend.
Old Crimp Is Here.
Ho sou need n new fall and winter suit,
n new fall Etvle hit 01 an up-to-date tie.'
vve have them, and our prltes ate attract
ive. 1U.OMI.H 1ST TAIM)ltIN(i (JO.,
C1J Minnesota ave.
I'liin lit ntili lie for ltenl.
Nice ten room residence, coinei Siventli
street nnd Tauiome,, avenue, with cltv
wtiti 1, gns ami stal le. all compute Call
on S N Klinp.ui ,iL Son ti lephone o7 West,
(Jliuinbvr of Comnieice biilblliig.
Desirable odlce rooms; also store room
In chamber of Commirce bulhllng, Kan
f"..r'l as Applv Alex I'liidl.y. agent,
t Hunker bulMlng. Kins.is City. Mo
.11 111 UOI'OI.IS VilM'i:t,l,ANV.
Andv KhiltHkv. need .a t,vtn, o.t
K11sp.u1, aged IU jears.bo'.b of the "Pa'tcli,''
weie Muniiu a man tare license vcsterd.iy
... .... ,.,...,... ..uu. 1 im cur. nioiiv unit
ing tliem ns man and wife was performed
bv the pieihite Judge The groom was aa
buultcd b P. u r Mi tuliKk in tlio "Patch"
some time ago, and ho had Metulock ar
rerted. ihe use vias tt,l a few d iyn
ago In tho common pleas court, and a ver
dict of iiciiultt.il was rendeiid by tlio Jury.
lteoprn .'-The I'.trk rtllery; line photon
and tlntjpos DJO Minnesota avenue.
Thursd ij evening there was a epilet wed
ding at the iihidence of Mr. .'mil .Mrs II.
Mi Main. 2J1 VlrRlnii avenue, when their
old'St ilaui'htir, Agnes, beiatue tho wife
of .Mr. i:. V Wist Tlie P.i v. A. H, Stoto
oilklale.1. A mnnilollu club dtenun-eil
sweet strains while a bountiful repast was
nerved. Mr. and Mir Wet are highly es
teemed and bigln their wedded life under
favoi ibid aii-plies.
H M Whlsner a. Co , funeral directors.
Telephone west r.l Prompt attention given
to telephone ordera day or night,
A. V. Herman jentenlay filed suit In the
district court against her husband, P. I..
Herman, for alimony. She wants posses,
ilon of the house hole! gooda and $1 a week.
Gior'i Curtis icport d to the police ve,
teidiy morning that his Mote. located at
Third ptnet and Central avenue, was brok
en into I'rl.l.ij night ind robbed of two
dozen poiheu.mvi'K 1 lie lonners gilneil
an entrance iliroiigh n 1e.11 window. No
clue which might aid tlie pollen In appre
hending tho perpetratum hat, been so
I.aiet three diys of H. J. Dunnlng's jnle.
Cards urn out iinnouiiclng the marrbige
of .Miss Plorence Jim daughter of .Mr
!'. D Mills, t .Mi. n, W Winner, both of
this city, on tlio Dili of Oetobei.
Mm. Cliis Ililizler and s.on ai lived homo
fiout Mai flushing, W. Vn , this morning,
where they havo been vllt1ng for tho
p.it tluee monthe.
The meiubeiH of the cltv council met
last night, but having no business 10 trans,
net an adjournment wnu Immediately
Attomt) David Kelso has returned from
New .Mexlio, and left hist evening for his
home In Aie'lila-tui.
Preiich Uariies returned yesterday from
a, tiip tlirutigli Southern Missouri,
Klhbop .MIllsMUh yind Mrs, .Mlllspaugh
ri'tuined to their home at TopeltJ, after a
pie. isant visit with fihnds here
W M. Hughes will return this evening
irnm il uuMiiitm irip in .vikuiisus t'liy
Mr. Hanrord w, Tayjor is home from
Las Vegaa, N. M
MUs Ida Williamson, clerk of W, U.
(Si lllltli. leaves next month to (.pond tho
winter with her patents In Hiigland.
UNION rWUIItl SHOP NOILS
Higines Not, CIS nnd S4S h.ivo been turned
out of "the shojM alter a thorough reno
vation. ndvvanl Lenn has rotunted from Bait
I.iku City, U. T. He brought back a
brldo with Mm.
Uu Knrnhal day tho woik will be sus
pendeHl as. much as possible. In order to
ullfeW tho (inlocti to celebrate.
G. A, Iloldrldgo has returned from a visit
In tho Wut,
9. O. Pink litis gone to Port Scott, Kas,,
to spend u week with friends,
Hon ltucker will soon go to Wyoming
tb work In tho bhopft of tho companj.
He Is 10 Im ti.inifcrred from the Miopa
Mrs. Uafd Cirlilllh has returned from a
visit at 'Mount Vernon, III-
Mi-h. Clurfes Klein hies roturmM to 'her
homo at Tsrru Hauto, Ind., after u vUdt
with llr.s. John Stlllmnn.
ltev. W. H. Hmbry will conduct services
at tho ChiUtUu church thla mjinlng and
OhrlMtlan Hndeavor meetlr.tr ot th ChH.
tlun chuieh this evening will bo led by
ins imvo .noiiovcvrn.
At Central Prcsbj terlan churdi this
inornlnt ltev, U C. AfmstronB's subject
M sa I; la Chamber a 11 left last even ng ' iiwiiiij i" nu.o ;' .ii-hmi, 1. . 1 ..ar,iH
for Her home at Denver, nfie'r' a1 mom "5 nml he received an answer divlarliui them " ' . ,! ,1 rnn
visit with relatives tn IMsertou idace. IfB'il. u . , , nuivon , Loiinfv nil JoeriTT Penni',.. .?
Mrs. David M. Iloy.1 and llttlo daughter, , H.-rvlces at nil the churches to-day at f ;". nemoc raiu cot 1 von 0,
of Chicago, are the guests of Mr. aii.f Mrs! the usual time. luslon m any form and 1 omlnat?. a
'I- VV. f!e,mlis. 'Ihe Kansas city Journal Is nel vere,! In si, ,1,1,, .1. l.1 ,.i V 1.,. . ,.!.".:.. ' .
- 't --
Grand Offer and Free Distribution
From Tlio Kansas City World Office, Beginning
7TUfcsbAY. 0 OT- 3 Af0l f'l'
1 Vol I up nlls(lcil tlmt c have t lit tii"Sl pmlllva (nlnrrh Cure ever
liroup it luf in the t'itietis of the Unlleil Mulc, ntul nti.slnus to piro
the pe'iiplc of Iviilivas C Ity n tliulotlpll test of the merits of I'illolltlc,
we lui"t fonvari'od the i-oii letors nf "The' Iviinsth City Wnriil" '.,1100
.ample bottles lo lie plvcn iilisoltitely free uvvnv from their iilli.'is 'I his
win tiinlile the penplc nf lvitiisus City In juilffo of the merits, of our
I'illilntic lit' lieiuiil list. It IsmiIiI nt rt pli.'u within the leacli of nil
If you havo in cents to spare for jour benllh purchase I'liiu.otie from
votir iientesl iliiip store null jnu will Mi .., the il iv s'mi heard the inline.
l'ltni: HlslKlltl'llDN will ((iilinuc up to L p m Ueilnehitav
from " 'I he- Nut Id" olllce. I) m't p, t disappointed; oomo In time.
You tiro violcoiuu.
FVoprlctors ERA MEDICAL CO., Philadelphia, Pa.
W'l, be "Tlie Work of f're.11 or li
1 vinlng he will speak 1.11 tlie shihcM
W- rk vf II. eiiernt on j'.n 1 i 1 m
lag at i, o'rlo. k l.il liv Mis. j , , i, ,
Sul.Jis 1 1 rogioij. In Chrlstiun l.n,
11 Plelcher hns retiirntd to hl h.uni
CI vi. and. O, -flir ,s brief visit bin.
..'f ,J' Iu A" " u 'ntertaluiiig Mrh
DiWnglmm, of Platte City, Mu
1 he 1
lO'ige .No. , Degree of Honor,
niiH-t to-morrow evening nt their hall
The I'lcsliytcrinn Sum'ny set-oo) vvl'l hold
.1 ra Ily" meeting to-di. A large attend
nn.ii Is desired.
Mrs. Stanton, of South rout tit street,
Is entertaining JIH .Maud Winn, of IM
ltev. J J Smith, of Homier Springs,
Kas. vvsis the guest of her son, C. ).
.sin 1 rai,:: P. .vers, of Helton
visiting Mrs l.ee Owen.
Amu. Mjcrii Unity liiirneil nml Her Putin r
nnil llrelliir Injur, d In I'ttlugiilalf
lug the I'liiiin k (llh .1 Neu4,
The clothing of Anna Mers, nged 13
oai, came In i.iiitiiet with a red hot
ntove M'steiday morning while i-ho was
sirviiu' liieakf.ist tin, I lur nrm and lody
were hncllv burned. I lei filler. Mr. rieorgo
Mir, and hu lunthir, Pinnk, weie al
binned while 1 tliif,uljlilng the Humes. Di.
I.uwls was i alb it nnd altiiilc.l the Injured
ones. Tlie f.tmllv 11 hides on link stieet.
( Ii ir,-. il w lib V.miiiIi.
John Moiice and Chailes Davidson ueiu
..1 1 ,11111 11 in jimn
Tiow bii.li.'i . court
oil tile tli.ir'e nf ,tac ml tl,,,.
.I.linna iSnt, VI'l..... .i. .. ... . ?
vvlll ikeli pnne or more Impiirtam c than I'Hruiieiits aie- nt tin inte of 4(Xi,000'O0
-Implv an assault i use It V. Stage Is I busli Is a j ear nnd s.ivs that tbl eondltlim
tlie ownit of u sawmill local d tu-ni Tui-' muiit ''Vcnlii illv nttia t alt, ntlon and start
tiei, nml s,ime time ago b iseel u to John I.!"!!!11. 7 h? win Id's ttoclts decreased HI,
.Ale dee and gavo lilm a eonliact to taw :T ljll8l' ! "line July, while lal vcar
lUOOl") feet of lumli.,1. Klne iimi tim .1 . t.licr.. lus an iiuaeasa of 10iiifio i,n.i iu
(atlsf.li Hon with tl e work cans ,1 the own-
-i tu iiiiiiiii me i iiiiiraci aim 1 mpuiy .lames
Hvans to inn tlie mill Prl lav ivening
Mciice nnd 11 comp mlnn, C Davidson,
went to the mill and diove Hians avv.tj
Until Stage and Mi Gee claim the right of
peiHsesslon ol the mill nnd a lively ease Is
expected 'Ihe men arrested gave bonds
fot uppeurauee In court October 7.
Mini .'tl llie,l.4.
Seven lolntlsts, H. Ward, William Ho
in.ilne. William Ui.iwn, nenrge Hrovvti, S.
(5 liobltiMin, Charles Hbuley and W. C3.
D0I.111, weie ancsted bv the pollci vestei
el.iv morning and their cases, continued
until Oetobei 5,
Mr. J. C Long, jiast commander of tho
local G. A. It post, vmterdny received a
letter from Mavor Swift, of Chicago, In
whli li he acknowledged the receipt ef tile
eoinplhiientnry ictolutlons recently adopt
ed by the members of the post unit assure 1!
him that the compliment was thankfully
The excursion to Leavenworth on Oeto
bei it, to be Klven li the German Mtnner
of Kansas City, Mo, will be attended by
many Girmnns fiom this eltj.
Miss I.U7le aiminons spent yesterday
with friends at Tinner.
Miss Itoo Hlnlr will lead the meeting of
the Chilstlnn Ilndeavor at the Congrega
tlntinl chui. di.
Harry Adumson, the young on or Dr.
C, W. Ad itnxon, of Spear ave rjie, fill Into
n cellar at his home Prlday night and was
qulto b idly hill t.
Mrs. 'ihnnuis Hvermnn reported to the
pulli e estent.iv thnt she had lost a poek
ellinnk containing S, In Ihe West "lid.
Coudllcteu on the Mettnpolltiu "trect
day sehonl at 2 W p in. and preaching by
Hcv. Hadlc nt 3 M o'clock
Mis. J, M Woods, of HJ Hast Ituby ave.
nue Is entertaining Mrs. Maggie Hannon,
of Kansas (Ttj, Mo,
Miss Kate Culllsl of Toneka, will spend
Kninlval week with JIIsb lletta Welch, ot
Hveryhody will rerncmher the cornerstone
nner tne cornerstone '
M H church to-day
ill north of Cathollo
la ing of the SecoinI .vl
ai u p in,, jubt uuc uiu1
Mr anil Mrs. .1. Macl.i v. who have been
rpendlng tho lot two weeks visiting relu.
lives, leturned home yesterdaj.
.Mrs William Hampton, of the North end,
left for St. Louis jesiiiday to hpend a
few wicks vlMting frlei ds.
Mayor V. D. Mathlaa telephoned to At
torney Dawes In rig.nd lo wbether tho
ltoseJale bv Husene Miller, who will also
collect tor the same at the reduced rate of
lu nuts a week uud make his collections
Mr". I ni'gtrv Ml 1 Mnrrr.
Iioudon, Bept. 2S It U rumored that Mrs,
Langtry contempbiti's inairlago with Sir
ltobtrt Peel, In the event or ber securing a
divore-e In the courts of California. It Is
onenlv blnled ill fo.lelv nan-is that Sir
Hubert, whose visit to New Voik last win-
ter was the oceaidoii of a great deal ot
e'osfln on both sides
or tlie vvutir, lias lit-
He beyond his title, but Mrs,
CRIMES AND CASUALTIES,
Sandy Hook. N. T Kept. 2S-TI.0 breach
block of the I 7-10 Inch "I'.inet rapid lit-
ing ttun blew out this afternoon while be.
Ing tired for ust, killing Coiporal Hojlo
ami Private Conway, und seriously wound,
Ing l'rlvate Ooync, while Private IM Don-
uiu nm aiiguiiy uijureu. captain Mont-
Bomery, In charge of the gun, eseiiped
Pittsburg. Pa., Sept. 2S-A two horse
wagon belonging lo Serlbner .v. Smith's
c Ir. us was Mruck by u Pan Handle pas
teiiger train ut Hudson's Crossing, ncur
Catnegle, early this morning. The wagon
was demolished and two employes and
the horses were killed. The names of the
men were Andrew llrudy and Melville Ks.
slmlne. Their bodies vven frightfully
cur ine complnneil to tlie io I. ! jester lay fiw-i, i i.i " ' '".i. n? Il ,u
tint boys along Uiibv iiveim- frerpiently liw.rii V,1 ,ar'1, "'.re reto.tlvc.ly weak 1
jumped on the cars vvhllo In motion. ,t ciii in ,.'ir ,i!n?X,1,ors.fop th wp K
Mrs. Charles Culver Is entei lalnlng Miss J liv ll ,, 1?, Jh',130'000 ,,,',ll,i' ln I '.
Amos, or .Memphis, renn. ;.n- i...r 7. ni, .' ' h """"' ' "'
Muiy railroad men from this cltv will at. I rrM! ,r'v T5,e. f!a s ,nm was 12,0
tend the meeting at Ml Central rtreet. J f, M" "? K Ml an. looked for and t
Kanas Cltv .Mo, at which Mr It. H, ,Ilf!,l"hl',,MI"?'1' Compared wi b
Monls-ey, (.rand master of th ilrotecr- f ti l,ferCi"",. p'rl'eS' ,rc '"'r ''ork
hood of Hiillvvnv Ti.ilnmen, will speak JVtn h':'1 iJ-i",'""? Ir"' lovi''T P "
Pre.hvterlan hervlces will be bel. In tho 'J" lnh,r'.n .,P1,,.t, 7 rf ' Jn "'"" ;. vvhllo
Tabernacle. i, SKth strei t, lo.diy Situ- I 'ti?.b r. .".!". nre. "'lahanged nnd Jaiumiy
....:,- . : :...t.. i.i.... .. - in-..i rt m..ni h'h uiiituut., vviioKe names am iinitri.-
(.tin ricn sir nou'rt is in ms sum ic.ir, :"'! ,,',". ' "; iccisicr or
while, Mrs. Lnutr Is H yean of age! '',,(l. J u Hanim; survejor, Harrle 11,
M my protests, moro or less serious, arc up. J0:"""'f1'Vo."t'Vl T . V' ''out;l'!si cominls.
pearlng In tho newspapers of lndoii 011 ?.,m1t''. ' "' '''s'',lc'' J,aol,b0,"' T"6
ho depletion of the tanks ot elU-Iblo noble. J,'"'" " nei.in.'NrniHPi L,"l1l?i,.e,'ki:e,t
men by marrlngo with Anier can women. 00,1 vvas'liidorled lorrl" " o-mliiletru,.
C -1 V l T U A
for Missouri, Kaiwti nnd ('olor.ulo.
WHEAT STRONG AND HIGHER,
ihiavv i:roins ami 11K111 cAiit.us
ADVA.M.'i:i HIP. I'ltlfi: M Attn le."
Porn Win tip In t-Tiupithr With tli
'trcnglli In U In ut. ami Hits Wire
firm unit lll-lnT l'rovl.-
loii 1 owcr.
Chicago, fept 2? Hnrnged lij larger ei
ports and hlghpr cables, tho bulls becamo
more iisgiesslve In the wheat market to
day nnd the brshlon ended with the short.'!
in the 1 1111. December closed nt Clc, ni
iigalnst ClUc nt tho close esterdny. and
coniiiated with f,T,c nt one tlmo of tho
day on .Monday last. Corn and oats wrro
dragged up a trifle, with apparent nluet
ance to go that way. Provltdotu ruled
weak and lower.
Wheat ruled estiemely ttiong, nnd al
though at one time It was -sc below tho
eloio lout night, tho goueial tendency was
10 Biiengin iiie cm rent news generally
favond the bujing side nnd there win
little dlsposltlein lo si II, vvliilo the shortn
were nervous nnd evidently badly frlght
Piied nnd nude active , (Torts to cover,
their competition being leepanslble for
much of the strength. Cables came higher
as a rule, all domestic innikctn were on
llio tip-giade. The Liverpool corn Undo
1 news calls attention to the Met tlmt t'i
W oriil H Sllitimenls nrn r f r. , nn .. !..
"Ill Olil Hiul l,,,ul...l. ..-. ...... 7. w',
I ,'Lr,n,B ll,,(' mme time. 'J he esports of
"i 1.11 iinu 1 uour rrom Uoth coasts last we dc
... . 1- o,...i,,-n, uusneis, g in s 3 133 0(10 luisli
els the v.eek previous, and 2,5' (jifJ bush, Is
the tain, week last year nu.i has changed
tlie estimitcs of the visible tome, and in
stead of 15.INO0O0 bushels in, reeise, the e-tJ-mue
ba.s droppd to under l.uuo.i.jj busheis.
,.!LZ''.'!.Y,Uy ' cns!! """' louilnues. 1 11
tc 1 lor millers from the winter wheat states
nT,?iif.on.'."F t(! -lll "'"t''1- for wheat ml
tUvl ng It hard to pet All this h ,s frlgl t
oiisd shi.rls and thou- w is a t-r.at amount
h.(A,ul, ."f "hl1-11 " ls '"'"' u "", manlpu-
llltOlS lllili 11, 1 l ,1.1s jtr..n,.tl, !,., !..... i . ..
,?, ' . v ,YP lr"'hUny nnd with nn ro Vi."
01 I' s. 1 xcltimein to L3Le. e nslrn- t .... Jl
Mllv solil ut B4iCC,c
u!rurn..VuU.rs"u'!" ""Pos'ij to go Its own
mrViJi.1.' aTHl,,01ld ''''v.. led dovv-i-vvunf,
but It eouU not resist the giro i
hllinnee brought to hear upon It by win il
In the oppos'to .are, lot, At the V .. e
rnliU in In r .i i-,r"i -l... ......
liP'.e j.terdny. nnd Ma nilt at ,.
l ?i . ?,,.e,n,?a: nrl' e t0T Septoml 1
VV51H 31,e. imj J)Qt vva Its Ie.wcrt. M e
narte.t ait 2ic-o, sold ut :wc, and as hi h
mii"... r-'r1'"5 , above. Keevlpts bv
ivill wiiefnil uirs nnd b canal 15,797 bu-'i-tlfj,
and the out Inspection wss StS.OCO luu'i-
n.i'i,ta .,vre ory ,Irm nnJ Prlcc-B advanced
I his strength w.es entlresty tnlluonced by
corn and wheal, n no d( rwi.ienco w-Ikii-eve-r
vrirt Bluyivn. Mny Planed ut 21c, seid
to -Mn.'i.'lo up to 21M)21i,e. (end closed ',.!
higher, at 21'f.e bid '
t. rday, .ui 1 all the bull f. cling which
, ., ' " active man on yp-
in terirea the i!i'lnes yeiierdny hud evu -
SPARKS FROMJHE WIRES,
London. Sept :s -Turner's picture, "The.
I tout m renin." has been punlnsed by a
Muni hester 1 olleclor for ( Sw guineas.
Nivvtnrt. II. I. Sent si ,. .-'ii,.i.
sailed for llnfelntui to-dav. with Lonl ljun.
t iv en on buard as tho ovviui giiost.
-,,-l" veuier, icas , sjini. ;. (Special )
Major Mjuh to-1 i appointed Potlmiihti r
t! Giilord and D. A Vuleptlne, clerk
eif the cntiit nf appeals, as delegates to tl o
i'iii.iii.t euiiveiiiKill, 10 lie nelil nt To-
pek'i next week. Uho major U also a di 1
Londein. Sept. 2-Accordlnc to tlm Pel.
lean Ppper llohemla's ltet erase Is .1
gorgeous opium den mar Puik Line, vv lib li
'? u1!' ,tllu I'Mer si, attracting many uf
the highest micletj people, Including tvu
H. Hundv, clork, Hcrt htiulnmti; register!
John Toblae, ulierlff, A HsaUk, coroner
IX. 11. Knbbs,
Smith Center, Las., Sept. 3. (Spoelnl )
Ihe Papiibll.-iim of Smith county ta-d.iy
iiuiniiiiuid Captain J. S. McDowell tor
euunlv tieaMiier: W. II. Ptintitius. clerk:
J ' l',,,""i fEltir! J. H Surj;ent, mu.
". . .-jwigie, e-euouer; .lonn ueifg
nun. '''.nun "doner
It ls uu uuusuall)'
llm Huston. Kns Sept
Hepublluuis held a convention hero lo-day.
""" iiuiuHiimii ine louowing nehet: ileus-
Columbus, Kas , Sept. 29. (Speclil.) Sev
fial weeks ugu tlio PopullstH of this county
refused to tiise with the Democrats, und
In.I.ii' 111.) I.iltfi ..!,.,. .... I.a.a ..h.i . 1
imlt.f n fuircounti ticket Thla 1 iniuV.
the election of tha entire Itopublkati ticket,
The Htpublloins opened the full caniniliiu
In this cm my with a hi. ml rallv In Col-
umbos, Hon J It. Hurton, of Ablleno,
as I'10 PilmlpaJ orator, and dallvered one
01 1110 must iiiiiiiuui autiie'tses or 111s life
inic.igo, sept isjonn II. Sherman, on
Of Chicago's oldest as well n w.altl lest
eitUi-is was married We'nc-dav to Altfs
Katheilne NiHsou. of Detroit. Mr. 8h r
inun U 7o 1 ears old, while his wife Is but
M Mr. Mierman wus the orlslnator of the
Idea which resulted In tho organization of
the Vnlon Stock Yuids and Transit Com
pany, and since 1SJ7 he has been Its super.
Inteiident, He Is also largely Interested In
banking and other commercial enterprises.
""""a uiio v'tes It'Hlj,
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