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THE KAXSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1895.
THOMAS N.HMH ARRESTED.
L.vu.iir in m nun ni mutton i
TO H IN-M1 un I Oil I MAI.
1 hr ll-geil Itullitny 'funster thief
iH' iii.tiifii iv n ni I'munipii
1 ure- MttlMi tlolid. Hiue
itin Thomi N Nolan, of the
Iram-M Cottipihy, Who l
i i numerous whoiFnl- thefts
-.mta (' and Ki.cR ln.and mil-
. ili has tor 'wo we.hs been
. tjrtl'-crsi, was arrested Friday
s by J. i. Kinney and CJ.orge
v, Mh hta F railway !'
'roughl to Kansas City
. m ronntied In n cell
U wa indicted by the
eh for grand larceny
v II U arraigned before
ne criminal court.
ire of the existence of
Inst him. Another In-
nd against him yesler-
by the grand Jurr. He
en brought bark lo Kan-
at lo a charge, of Jump-
ncckt aga, and says he
but merely came back
to satisfy tht' minority
lansas. City. He will not
Id looks wise.
ftested he was making n
o disguise himself. He
' long mustache and hud
turnout clothes, together
aw hat. lie denied hia
st placed in etntody.
ested three weeks aa on
of tlie Unnia Fe railroad
in r ancd before Justice Joyce
or grand larceny.
will not go on Trit stump. , NAMED BY JUDGE JENKINS.
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i to a
tlilrf lii.llre Mirlln Ulll Make. No Cam'
pilgn spin, lies 1 lil Inll-l'nnrt
Ho. het In Arn nr .
To. Ka, Sept. ,-(flv"eta!-) Chief
Jmt.ee Path Martin, who has Won nom
inated by the K.-publb-atia for re-fVeetlon,
wlH de-liver no sirilit, he y. rar in
nny manner make ft cnvai fr the of
. TV. a reporter he said ysstefdny
"I tShwU not take any purl tn the iwMttcnJ
ramnlth Wris fail, no matier who they
fmy place In the held a4nt me 1 do
tM tr.v!et 11 proper to do m. and under
Co rln unwtanr will I allow myself to
e drin Into it." ,
In rtw event of hi orCO'-loft the ehlif
JiiMlee will tin retain hla residence ir
Air,'hlMn. He likes the work, he ys,
ami .an thl'ik of no emtdeiytnehl mote
rwwi.,al, but It I laborious and confln
inir with all that, by rcam of the po"!'
etnB o far behind, Oomlnulng. the Jiidffe
"U are now engard on cas" filed four
year ago, and It ntll take ue a couple
of ytT at leat to eat-h up with current
nun To 1 wire the orgnnuatwi of ap
peitate coulte have dlvldol Ihe labor, but
it mtiat Ixi borne In mind that th eupreme
court ta about 1x yHr b"hind In It
wrk ab-n ihe appHlntf conriK wre cre
iited; thii'r Ik, It Would hme lak"H alx
mim to have nnl'hed rlie -ork th-ti on
S-,iui, A it In, v.- ousS.t to catth up
with the Work In a lew jenre."
TIIOItf.ir.tMllSSAl'I'III.NII.I foil Till",
MlltTlllillN l'AI'lTIO ItAII.M'AY.
I rnnk tl. Illgeluw, of Mllwattkfe! anil IM .
wiiril IV. .Mrll.nry, of Mi I'aul. Will
laUn t'liargc .if the Aff.iir of j
llir Uoitl-ltiillrnid .Nnn, !
JOStPH M'GUIHE HURT.
V. I 0
1 1 1
'llio ,olt.int I'lrn t lilff lt.-i.dt. erlon
liijurlc- in llelim riirouu rrom
Awlirtaiit Mrs Chief Joseph SWhitre had
a narrow evupo frcm deafh Mat evening.
An ataitn of Mro hol been turned In from I
Fxuik Trice's drug eiore, at lfC6 Twlon '
avennw, and Uh.li t .VKOuIr wis rciondtag ;
ro the alarm. He wna rkllng III Ms carl ,
with ono rf the r'.atlon cnill boye, und in
making the turn o(T uf HlulT elr.et Into '
t'i.,on avenue, the heete of the cart slid
m.A rflts .hIiIiWmiim ntit. nlllitlfl wlln
A f.ullty and hla ball waa Hied on exiirese waKn that hiwl leen drawn ,
uh charg.-. Thla waa prompu iw euro i? w ... mv.. -. ., ,
Il UVI'l 1WIII. ' 1 I HU'JIIIIV ,o v....-..
from the cart. He landed on hie hend and
shoulder? and slid for aeveial fec-t over
Mie ixAibleptone-. The call boy stopped the
hor a.nd ft rrorad of men run to ilr
tJulie's aeeliitnni'e. llu n curried Into j
iv Hitoon ami Surgeon Shanvr ummoned.
Ho snlil the injuries would i.ot provo fatal.
Mi-tlulro wae then rimovn! to h home,
t,t llrk) JerTt'rr.n .tre.t. a i ompdnle.1 by
the nirgoon. Seventctn stlti ht wro rf-
iliiirMl lo b token In m c!p m "''
arm iiai -itlnni'il from the rlft to the
eho'rtdir, nnd there was a bli abrasion on
. .1 by William Cassidy and J.
j ,i . me formtr quallflu for .'
, ,,IUC8, niid ihi laitir ewearli.K
vvn worth Ki'.w. Whin the time
i r Nolans lieiirmg, he and his
I i ii fulled to appear, and Justl''"
,i iiiind to the irlm'.tial judga that
i li.vd bef-n forMt.d. Judge Wof-
. upon cited the two lardy boti.is-
.i.pear In court October 1? and
.t , . why tluy should not produ.'e
i Mr amount of the bond. Nohiti R
w li lendef this ai lion on the part
. . iiinnl ('ourl unnecessary.
, - ahsence wn llrwi ni;ed two
v -o !.i4 xA&tU and It waa rumurwl
t I.mt skipped. County Mamhal
Jv r or.lctcil ti i.U.i'e nalch kept uiui
j v . acrtlui.', and last elni.iiiy
. - .mi to buy n ticket for Chicago.
n fu owed th. re, ar.il thn to !t.
I, i . w the onVcra found hor In
J a.i-oii.v. wl.i n they served the
1. 1 . ! him. Hr returned to Kan-
t i 'th her husluuid, and ai-rornim-
l tn to the Jail yewtorduy. While in
;v r Kfli'-ear'n otllce somebody sui;-
i- ' t'su Nolan and she wire uol man
n ,i Nolan hmnl the remark, and
t i i luklv on lua hefl, sold:
t ' jj-t fvol sou folk, tuid get tnar
rl r r .re, rtglrt here before you, woat
iv Slin-'" , ...
Mr t.iid , and n man wns d1s
r . f r a lleciaw. When he returned
i. ,f thn inwv ICrueeer. who had
L en up INtetilng to the O.nrk trial, waa nbly
1 irio iwiulvltlon and for fi tlinl the i
1 hCl re a smilii crowxi Ul IVIWH'S mm
lik- N dan and hia wife looked nitls
jU , lie marshal clarcd the room
n'.n- wth JlnrMuil Keshlenr .So
lar , . il e location of u large quantity of
t ,!.,. and It wlH be rocoiero.1 to
t. , ar ' Muc'iiy.
tn pUce, Clara Dalton't. on Hl
T ri rti.t, where Nolan went ith Mur
f.f Kch!. ,ir, a roll of carpet valued at
J . found. No'.in said he had received
$ f r it The Fanta IV road paid $ol for
It v.r u t disappeared.
A w rt ifjt n'a. i-ued In Ju&tlce Krue
ner' c urt yesterday for the a r reel of
w a tui ton. charging her with rocuivini;
ir.- -n i oi irty.
Tile jrrnnd Jury yesterday returned In
dt.nm hm ngalnat William HnrrK Ilob'rt
Cro. i. It and Charles Lons, all drivers for
ICjU . w en he was connected with the
r i umpnny.
alti - of hl marriage, Nolan said
i ir-.i-ried at Independence. Mo., Uiu
ii i by a Justice of the peace. II IB
ii . vn nam woe Myrtle Jones.
l.iiior. wia arreste-l lost nignc
NEW PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE.
.Tinier llntK of .MIiiiii nl:i. Ili'clurid to
He tbu llinlee of Hie Iteiiilbllcaim
tif tile lrtlllleM.
New York, Sept. .-Senator Milliard T.
IVttlgrow, of South LHikota. is registered
at the Fifth Avenue tvatel. In an inter
view, ho announced the candidacy of Coll
ator Cushman K. Dai Is, of .Minnesota, for
the presldenllnl nomination on the Repub
lican ticket. Senator l'ettlgrew hal.1:
"Cmhman K. ul Is the choice of the
Nurlhneat for tiresident. In tlio nominat
ing convention he w.ll have the solid delv.
Muttons from hW oun stale, the D.ikous,
Jltntai.a, ureison, iiMiingiun, aim prou-
part 01 tne 'iss.xns.n neiea-ioii.
t. K. n befor.' Jn-'tlce KTueger. wnero
a.j bond lor lu-r apiearaiice Mon-
kaiimvai, kuiiivi: noir.
Various l'rcpar.itlom II. Ing Made for the
Tbo'e who Intend having tloata In any
of tr Kartilinl parades will do well to see
th t if side htreets from which their
Hon s . t'L
to fall in for the line of march
wires The directory of the
at - It lllil.ir-e liee ey
The Hon. Joseph Mcdlll. the Abou nen
Adhem of the ptess. writing of lis expe
rience with the Keeley cure, says: "I
tested this cure. I .selected a half dozen of
the toughest pioduet of nl ohollni which
ihn rhii-ntrn Hjilnon bnd be. n able to turn
out, and the drunkiirdmakliiK shops in no .
other city can beat them In their line of i
workmanship. The experimental cases
were sent lo Dulght, one at a time, ex
tending over n period of seeral week. '
And In due time they wore nil returned to
im, looking as If a veritable miracle had
HUl U wrouglll ujioil nielli. i lie i iiui.hu
for the belt, r was so gre.it that I scarcely
recognised them, Thoy went away sots
and returned gentlemen, it was amazing
and converted me to a belief In the elll
cacy of the 'gold cure' for alcoholism and
Thu Kocloy Institute, Portsmouth build
ing, Kansas Cily, Kut., Is the only p ace
In either or the Kansas CltjB wlun the
real Kocloy cure Is administered. All rem
edies used at this In-ultute are received dl.
rett from Dr. Keeley1 laboratory, and the
treatment Is idt.ntli.ul with lhat received at
trurk by n Tn.ln.
Two women who wre walking along
GUits streot between S nnd 0 o'clock last
night lilKeovcrud a man lying bislde the
Mittourt Iiaclllc rn.llri.ad. tracks at First
wtreet. groan.ng htailly. , He seemed to
be in cKto dUti-est,, and they hastened to
his sldv His ra'tf was brulel and bioodi
w-na tlowlng from two ragged scalp
,.- ..,. nii wivmen fmind a nollceman.
He sent a tek phone mt-f:ige to Ctr.inil
Jl ' .
t. e .
I Kiewe discussed this matter at police i-totlon for the am'biilair.ce, anil the
man nils rciinici i" ..r n.. .... ..... .
Urte injuries were dressed by burgeon Hyde.
The mui gavo his name as Ji"in Mbivln,
of Clinton. In. He hnd been drinking, and
Miirt he n-as knocked from the tra Its by
I u tiasing train. His lnjuriu. are not con
its meeting last night. lis mem-
.irrange.i tor tne remo.yni oi nu
s streets which are to bo tiav-
various Karnliul processions,
i t see that the side streets are
i rs and others who expect to
ii .r estiinusiimcnts ror me ivnr
1 1 follow ihe i xample set by
.image!, the restaurant keeper,
i ont of Ins risuumint Is beiiu-.at-d
with v-llow, red and
ut g In the shape nf long stream
i -Ii of tl".- dourw.iys l a largo
' '.hlstoph. leu In red and yellow.
i us dene by Messrs. Dahti &
'lie oilliial dccoiatora of thu
.ifncer J ('. Or.enman. who has
i marshal nf the second dls-
Karnli il p inidn by Colonel N
- ! ..pp.ili t"l Major William
his ailiutani. and Captain Frank
"tiler rn Kian All or tne mem-
A Novel Kurn'viil I. lei.
A novel ami enten rising idea for Kar
Hval week comes from L. U- Austin, the
Bi'o it. He proposes to relieve the weary
tedium, that waiting visitors and citizens
m r.eefsisa.rl ly undergo before the pa
ra. U iea"lies Main "treet, by serving cups
of fragrant tea and coffee to all whoca.1
an hl flu-re. In addition, hot muffins,
vwillka and cakfjj, mud" from a noted
health How, will be another f.ature.
To tnaircv ladies Ihe knovvhdge lhat a cup
of titronKthonlng ta can b hal for the
asking will rio doubt caiuse hundreds of
tirm to can anij ihivw mivmuouv v. .
-I utinl (IrAiin.n i.l'u tllllff n'lll rK.
ti. chief of sniff at Fifteenth i Auatln'8 generous offi-r.
ii 1 I racv avenue ut t.'MS 0 clock
' '1 hur'.'.iy They will be mount
iv ir dail, (Inlbes, black silk hats,
I . -. nnd giien snslies.
"ii,; of th Kami! al Kommerelal
il.- traveling men who will tako
tl. panul-. was held last nlpht.
"i must enthusiastic and largely
i n.. . ting yt t field by the traveling
i.i't.r inee.liig will be held by
n.iiioiv night In toom, 2til, New
v us I'r.i-i Hi t'onl War.
r rt'i'Miili Amhraclte ,
Ar' n i- Xntnraeite ,.,
Aiktir is rieinl-Authraclte , ,..
i'l i 1 ump
I.cy n .n Lump
j. h H il Lump .....
Pir- - Lump (orlslnal, genuine, la.
l'ra-i pt delivery . .
J OI.KN COAI CO., Telephone ill.
Ladles are requeted lo send description
Thu Itlo Kiu llii-rpie II ill.
Arrangement for the bat masque, to be
glvn by the Kie Kle Klub on Karnlval
nlpht have been completed. The fun will
bein ai 10 o'clock in the evening with a
concert by the llaliery II band. At U
o'rlock the dancing will besrln, and will
last until morning. No on will be aked 10
unmask and a '-omml'tee, consisting of
Muvoi Web'ter Dav, Urlllah Vice Consul
llurrough, Chi. t Half, W. N. tlkmr. n.
II. ltimple. Claude Curlai and I.. V, Ash
bangh, has b.-en sele.-ted to award prize
for the most grotesque costumes.
rlmr.'i. 1 Inner nil Week.
The tadles of Clyde Congregational church,
will s.rve hot dinners Tuesday, Wednesday,
Thursday and Kr'day of Ivarnival week ut
Mrs. Ueorue McLean's old room on ivct
(1 in lid A Tell".' ' Imrrli lainntieiiim.
The ladles of Grand Avenuo Jt. n. church
of tc,r l'i lest of 1'iilliis ball toilettes to A, tV0 ,i.nner ttnd supper In ihe Phun-Ji
the J urn a' otllce a- early as possible, or ,7,! ,wxt Tui.a, and noon dinners on
telephone tame to 1S)7. Vedriday and Thursday.
It. K. Fnyder, New York, Is at the Coates.
m' i:, Cobb, Coloiado Springs, Is at tho
A 1. Olyn. London, Is nt the Coates.
j;,' Y, Hodgklns. Iioeton. Is at the Coates.
"' p. Fuller, Omaha, is at the Coates.
V. W'ylle, Minneapolis, Is ut the
II. APPiegate, .-.evv uneuiia, i ai me
trB . ..... . .,
lis William. i-.usu!iiie, ib m inn
t' J French, Itochester, Is nt the Coates.
Ttey c, T. Um'ly. Mnuhattan, U nt the
jt O Sheiidle, of Chltugo, III., Is at the
New Albany. . , . .
0 T Flh and wife, of Chamois, Mo,, are
at the New Albany. ...
L J. Swisher, of Dover, Mo., U at the
.1 F Miller, of Hates City, Mo.. Is at the
VMucnitiber, of Ilattle 'Creek, Mich.,
I et the New Albany.
i; II. Fill. KlPkerson, Las., Is at Ihe
j w Smith. Parsons, Kan., Is ut the
i . Vi.toila.
1 t l.itton, Parsons, Ivas., Is at the
' Ft rtlhne. KW York, s at the Hotel
v'"il.im Swarty, Kw York. Is at the
i r.imivell, Chicago, is at the Hotel
l.'mpf, St, Louis, Mo., Is ut the
1 ' Kri'"r!a'Tee. of London, who has
, v Interests In some la. e stwk mnehus
I T. XaS IS ill .Ut- .III iwiiu. w ...,- ...
k v ,. in'u few days to see the pioperty.
i .tain C. C. Cot. of fieueral Jo Shelby's
I "$ fog1" iki,, a, Washing ton for
' "'iu.T,..!.. roMimeil borne vester-
oMdng iivll' Pleased with tho iult
A lioraa waa stolen from the yard of N,
Itothersuel. No. It West Ninth street,
Robert Clark, of the Jackson County
Dairy Company. WB ''"f1 ?10 ,ln police
court lesiorday tor selling adulterated
Ladles are renuested lo send description
of their 1'rlests of I'.lllaji ball toilettes to
the Journal olllce as early as powlble, or
telephone same to 1S57.
While Samuel vtklnson was unloading a
wagun lllled with Hour at the Auditorium
hottd yeoleiday. two ine-n came along In u
cart and stole three sacks of Hour.
Carelfts handling of matches, lust night
In the home of J. H. Sultlo, at No. Jj.'J
Jurboe htieet, set lire to the building und
cuused a bus of $25. The Humes wete put
out by the Hie department,
CHtrord Kelly, who keeps stall No. X In
the city n.aikut, went lo pul. c liiadijuar
tvrs yia?trday nnd teuorted that two mm
ha.1 Jollied a lady In the market and stolen
her pure. containing about flu.
John Klmbtough Is locked III u cell at
tlia county jail. He was unested last
night by u deputy constuble Irom Juttlce
Kiuegei's couit on complaint of Delia
K.ibiiikon, who sas he Hied to kill hor
with a knife.
Just ubout dmk last night a horse stum
bled over the bluff at the fool of I.ydla
avenuo und fell to the Ismom, a illsiuncu
of ubout klxtren ftet. IIS baik was biokeil
by the fall, l'ollee Sergeant Wofford was
called to the siene of the accident, and ho
hoi the animal to end Its misery. The
owner of the hojsu could not bu found last
In police court yesterday Jesse Hell and
Walter I'arker wore llmd 75 each for va
grumy They cauie to Kansas City three
days ago from Muberly. Mo., and wero
foutinl l a Walnut street second hutul store
trying to dispose nf a bundle of clothes.
The police thought the weiring apparsl wad
stolen and took the men Into cusioly. They
could ivot nav thlr lines and ntru sent to
sUi work house,
MilwmikM. Wis. Bpt. n.-lrank . nig
flow, Of Milwaukee, and 15dward W. Mc
Henry, of Si. I'aul, were this morning ap
pointed by Judge Jtnklna to sueceed Henry
C. 1'syno. Thoma. I" Onkes and Henry C.
House as receivers of the Nor. hern 1'aclllc
Hallway Company. Mr. tllgetow lo to be
known as the llnnnclal receiver, and will
haie charge of all maturs pertaining to
Ihe finances of the property, Mr. Mcllenry,
who for years past has ben the chief en
gineer of the Norihm i'.ielllc, and who
knows every Inch of the road, Is lo haie
charge of Its operait'on. The new receiver
are prdervd lo Ille bonds In the sum of
$5,Wi each within ti days and lo retort
to me court In the same manner as their
predecesfOT. If at any time the appoint
ment of a thlr J receiver h necessary, the
appointment will be made.
In making the appointments. Judge Jenk
ins disregarded the wishes of the trustee
and the different Ixmdhold'rs, He said that
Ihe hl!ory uf receiverships demonstrated
the InadviMiblllty of appointing receivers
who vieie connected with contnidltig fac
tion", llecelvcrs were olllcers of the courts
and not the agents or the part.es Interested
Ir. the property, and for this reason they
ehould hne but one single objccl-to sub
serve the Interests of the property Intrust
ed to them, and thould hold no other ul
legliinee thnn to tt. court. When Judge
Jenkins concluded his remarks, lleibert I,
Turn"!, attorney for the Farmers' Loan
and Trust Company, expressed his satis
faction at th wisdom displayed In the nii
iwliimetit, which he stated would be inot
sat fnctory to the Intere-t he reprefcmed.
W D. Van Hykc, who nppiared for Ihe
seeond and ihlrd mortgage bondholders,
opfnfd with the suggestion that unless the
cent hsd already lld upon the apppolnt
ments, Thomas F. Low cry, of Minneaio,l.
be appointed, Mr, Lower.!, he stated, was
satlfactory to the parties he represents d.
"It was yesterday suggested." began the
court, "thnt only two receivers would be
ne.cs-.ary to take charge of the property,
Instead of thne. The court Is not suf
tlcienlly Informed to be able to declare that
the libors of the management of the vail
proptrty can be propel ly pf rformcil or
ahould be lmioed upon two p ison, but
being derirou of lid ping the epen-es
down to a minimum, and the suggestion be
Ing uncontruiriteit by counsel, the voiirl
will venture the experiment nnd lest the
pra tlrablll v or th" scheme and will ap
po.nt but two receivers. If at any time the
welfatc of the Intel et Involved for nny
icusoii demand the nppolntmtnt of n third
lecelver. th matter will be considered.
"I have given much thoucht :o the sug
gestions or .Mr. Lowery and of other names
that haie b--en suggested io me and that
have occurred to myself. The court thinks
It pertinent to say by what considerations
that It should be guided In making the ap
po n' ments of receliers.
"To a c.rtuln degree the practice of rail
road receiverships has obtained for parties
to agree on one or mote names, and sug
gest them to the court. The appo.ntment
usually follows, as a uritter of course, for
If the parties concerned nre contented the
court may be well satl'tlrd. Such receivers
have severally tepiesvuited conflicting In
terims, uniting fcr one purpo-e. As tl.e
light waxes wanner between the ta.'tlous,
the hent of the conflict extends to the re
ceivership, vvhiih In time becoin.s a war
of factions among the olllcers of the court.
Thai was recently exemplified In a receiv
ership in the Northern Illinois circuit, when
th- :t,-clvera uf the court, ns the war be
came bitter and -is they became unable
amicably to ;xe'ute the trust, lnuMed the
court by resigning on the condition of the
nppolnlmont of other parties individually.
I do not propoee that thu shall ever happen
nr-ain in any suit with which I may have
anything to do.
"Now comes the nuetton In hand: The
rccclvem to be appointed by this court
must come within the definition of the
ln.iv, ns I construe it. They must be men
entirely Indlffc lout to the contending fac
tions, they mutt have no connection with
this light; they must he men who nre ntlct
nnd Impartial, and who will perform duties
In plngle devoi on to the trusnaml with
no ulterior motives to s-erio. They matt be
meir of high chiira ter capable of com
manding the respect and confidence of ihe
great public thoy are to serve.
"Willi respect to the name of Mr. Low
ery: Ho Is at present president of the Sio
railroad, a line supposed to be oper.ved by
and In the Interetts of the Camdlan Pacific.,
which Is u competing lino with the North
ern Pacific. And although Ii has been sug
gested to me lhat Mr. Lowery, If nppolnt
id would resit, n '.hat position the court I
rt'll very des reus that the nun to be named
snou;u, u possioie, n iikc vaei'ars w i
above suspicion, and free from any tela
tions with anythlnc antagonistic to the
When he concluded Judge Jenkins In
structed the attorne-ys to draw the order
and he would sign IL
A DIVISION or I.Ml'OIlTANCi:.
lloku fsulltll ICetiilers It In l'uvnr of the
Montiimi Killw-iy (umiii iny.
Washington, Sept. 2S. Secretary Smith
to-day rendered an Important decision re
garding railroad right-of-way. The road
affected Is the Montana Hallway Company.
This company applied for ilght-of-way
over public lands under the act of 1ST3,
making such grants. This act provided
that the road should be completed within
five years after the map of lucutlon was
filed. The Montana Company din not com
plete Us road In thai lime, but subse
quently offered the maps of lucatlnn. The
commissioner of the general laud ollice
recommends that tho maps be not ap
pioved because tho road was not completed
within live years ufter tho first map oi
locatlun was Hied. The tocretnry bays
there ia no reason way ine company snoiuu
be denied tho right io tile a new map of
location ev.n after the expiration of five
years, the new map to op. rate upon such
lands as ine free from claim lie there
fore unpioves ihe new maps for the Mon
tana llailway Company.
southern I'm- He situation.
Ileno. New, Sept. 28. C. P. Huntington
arrived heie Inst night, lie said that the
Southern Pacific waa out of politics, but If
any candidate announces thut ho Intends
to cinch the road, we will tight him and
try to defeat him, but we will do It openly.
Concerning the action of the railroad
commissioners reduclrg loial rates, .Mr.
Huntington spoke calmly of his put pose to
test the Issue In the courts. Hf sniu noth
ing ut all about Dr. Stanton and .Mr. La
"The eflotts of a few people, becmife I
do not think tht re Ib b public demand, un
warrantably to rtduce our local iates,"
snkl he, "cam ot siuceed. Similar cn'otis
In Texas, Mil. u sola and other states ended
In failures. They must necessarily so end
In California. Such nets amount to u con
fiscation ot properly, und railroads under
that jaw nre entitled to the same protec
tion SB other property.
eCnrri'iic Mxe-" .Soon One,
Washington. Sept. V; Acting Secretary
Hamlin, of ihe treasury depaitment, to
day gave public unties that Vnlted States
U per cent bonds of the fuco value ot jiil'i.
ImO, Issued iiiuitr thu acts of July 1, ISiH,
and July .'. ISM, to the Kans'is Pacific Hall,
road Company, late 1'nlon Pacific railroad,
eastern division, and commonly known ns
"curiency I," bei onu due, and will be
paid at the department November I. and
thut Interest on the bonds will ccaso on
that day. i
.l.lwillic 'i Imiii It lte,
Cleveland, O, pent J A special meet
ing of the Ciiuial Tralllc Association
fnlght department has been called to bo
li. in in v nicugo, ij. iuikt :, io com-iucr n
(urlher advance In Iron lutes. Al the last
meeting It was ugrttd to make u slight
udiaiice October n amounting to ubout
10 ceni per ion The additional raise If
ordered, will prohalily not be made effec
tive before November, and will olw be
nboul JO cents pur ton, Cleveland to Chi
cago, A l'e. ul nr Thing.
A peculiar thing nbout the Keeley cure U
that It eurei- It will not fon-H one to
abstain, but If J'mi have manhond enough
In you lo prut r tu b a sober man II Is
mlliil.nt that the craving for I'uuur Is re
moved, as all "graduates" of the Kee'ey
cure say It ia. Ths Keeley Initllui. Ports
mouth building, Ksntas City, Kas , Is
duly authorized by Dr. Keel .y and admin
isters his treatment for tho llauor und
opium diseases exclusively.
New I nun .he ( oal M'.ir,
Pennsylvania Anthracite ,, , S.K
Arkansas Anthracite 1,1.50
Arkunsatt Semi-Anthracite , s.50
Cherokee Lump ,.,,.,,,,, 3.u)
Lexington Lump .... , , 3.1.1
llich Hill Lump .',. ,:.;., j.jo
Farmers' Lump (original, genuine, la
beled) , 3,;s
UOLKN COAL CO., 'iMephone EH.
TG-dBS IS YOUR STORY
Bo Cnndid and Admit It-But How Long Will It Continue ?
ft i.tie Company, Cottonwood Pall, Ka" .
1 as the f i'oivmg to say l-i 1 garJ lo his
Inutile a-i 1 the rell. f o.ilau.t I Ihrmgh
It- fop. land & Uranamiin: "I suffered
with esii irrh for years My no-e ws com
plettly .lugged up, so much so lhat for
years 1 could not breulhe through II. My
Hit oat bciame icry much nfte ted by the
dlfease. 1 went to Drs. Cod.itid lira.i
ain.ili. who found, upon exinilnatlnn, tli.it
rrnwths cnlbd polypi had completely filled
Hi hnn1 visages They al once removed
these growths without the leat pain, and
pla.-ed me under treatment. I improied In
every way from Ihe beginning of the treat
ment. 1 feel altogether dUTerrnl In every
respect. My vol-.' Is clear. , My henrlng
has Itrproied. 1 breathe freely, I do not
lake rol 1 how. The ehango has been ro
great In the short time that 1 have been
under treiument that I will soon be a lcr
fectly healthy man ajwln."
Von nre a sufferer from some form of
cntirih and you continue lo s-urtcr Why'
Ij. i Rtie, haiifip been lo one physician or
another and had no relief, you conclude
Unit catarrh Is Incuiahle, or i-lc you hum
taken this or that patmt temeuy or "euro"
and haie lost nil confidence In any medi
cine. Voti have lead ihefp publications of Dr.
Copolnnd and you have nld: "Oh, he's
Jum one of thu-e new -piper frauds who
makes a Svengnll of nitnseir with a setisl
tlie intletit and gels any kind of a testi
monial lhal he wani " ,.
Now, there's homing tn the world eister
Io dirt than entnrrh. All It require Is a
ctor who knows how lo euro It, and a
patient Who will remelti under the treat
mthl for Ihe proper length of time and
take the medicines faithfully. If you have
Cn'flrrh of the n.ir.. . .
Calsrrh or tho Hronehlnl Tubes,
Catutth ot the Stomach,
Catarrh or the Llvet.
Catatrh of Ihe Kidneys,
Cntarrh of Ihe liowels,
Catarrh nf ihe Ctlnary Traet, or a
r'alartlinl iwlsonlng of the Illood,
The thing for you to do Is to take a cqurte
of Treatment from Dr. Copeland and his
associates. If you have? any discus that
l troubling ou, 110 mailer how deep-seat-ed,
obstinate or long-standing, with en
tnrih. throw your doubts to the winds,
Place vourself tinder the Copeland treat
ment and you will thank your lucky stars
ns long as you live.
t'AlAIMtll OP II mil V 11.
Mr, O. T. Tcnnlll, of K1'4 Hast Twenty
third street, this city, had catarrh or head
an J stomach for years. In speaking or
his disease, he says. "My trouble b-smn
In the head, and llnnlly extended to my
throat nnd stomach. .My nope was ion
ilniuilly slopped up, mucus k.pt dropping
Into my throat and I would iimon
( fously keep swallowing It. My stoma, h
thus beenme affected by this virulent po.s
otiotis mutter.nnd then It wii" thnt my real
sun. ting began. My stomach began to
pain nn nnd there was almost constantly
a burning sensation, but more severe Just
before eating. I could ml only ceitalti
kinds or food without paying the jMjnaliv.
1 tiecnme nervous and could not sleep. .My
whole system was Involve.! nnd run down.
1 was unlit to do any w irk. In this condi
tion I vvnt to Drs. Copeland & Ilrannm.in,
and bei.an n course of tn ilment Ihe re.
suit of the treatment In mv cute Is "imply
wondirful Now 1 tan tal anything. I
cbep toundlv In short, I am enjoying the
very bist of lu.iltli."
CA A I" O A NO I" I VIM .
Mr. D. D. Jones, of the Chase County
William ninke. employe of the Hlriej
llrewlng Company, snys "1 wns troubled
for months with rheumatism. I was ro
Lsd thai I could noi dre-si myself, nn 1, ir
course, could not at'end to ln work In
this condition. Onu month's treatment un
der Dts. Coilntid A llranamati cured me
soiihd and well. I went to the Cot"lind
Meilleal Institute on th reenmmen luMon
of Mr. NulbTg, our muster inei li.inic.ivho
was cured of a catarrhal troublu threo
Are V.m C'niiiliit In Pie Aulmnn lnrntT-.lv
If you come we shall be glad to hay y-s.il
call, and will remind y.m that consultation
Is free, and our welcome Is always to 00
ONE MONTH FREE
Our regular fee Is S 01 a month, but un'll
further tio'be to patients beginning tr. it
metit Drs. Copeland A; Urnr.nman will g.ve
one month's treatment and mcdlclncB ab
liir.Mull Trent ninit 11 ille flirty inplnuilllniiU
DRS. COl'KIiA.NM) &1M.AXA.MAX.
IO'f4 and IO0 llnliint M.. K iis fit. M.
Fpeciallles Catarrh. Asthma. Uronehltls.
Nervous Dlfeases Ilheuina'lm. Consump
lion and nil Chrome Affc-tnns of the
TlToat. Lungs, Stoma- h. Liver and Kid
neys. nm"e hours- D a. m. to 12. I M P m. to 5.
I'vnne 1 it..' iys. Wedne .ays, Ttuirs-dnv-
and Si iruays, 7 to S p m. Sunday,
a tn to 'i p tn.
OCTOBER I 2 and 4, 1895.
FIRST DAY TUESDAY, OCTOBER 7,
2:24 Class Trot, Free-lor-Ali Pace, 2:30 Class, mixed. Two Run
SECOND DAY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 2.
2:24 Pdce. Frcti-ior-Aii 'Irot, 2:40 Class, 2:18 Class, Mixed. Two
Tlireu Bicycle Races will be given immediately alter the Bicycle
THURSDAY. OCTOBER 3 No Racing. Carnival Parade.
FOUlTb DAY W, DAY. OCIOB'R 4.
140 Pace, 2:35 Trot, 2-Year-0ia Mixed, Free Pace. Two Running
J. S. TAFT, President.
A. E, ASHBROOK, Secretary.
BRIEF ITEMS BY WIRE.
Lawrence, Kas , Sept. 5S. (Special.) The
Demociats of Jjoiiiaa county mtt in con
vention lids lift. moon. It was decided to
nominate a county ncnet, but Hh cl ulun
was left to the cuuniy centinl committee.
Hesolutlons were 1 iss, , for fi.e silver
Fort Scott, Kas . Sept. IS. (Special.) Tho
twenty-M'v, 1 h am uJ conference of iho
United Uriihii-n chmch closed to-day. The
next meeting v. Ill be held at (Jhanute.
ltev. M. P. J.ieobj , of loin, was elected a
trustee of Lane university, at Lecompton.
Kas... for three years. J. I. Hoblnson was
elected corn-spoil ung cciet.iry of the
Union nibllcal -vin.n.try at Dayion O.
Washington, Sept. 25. The Mora Indem
nity has been tiunsferred from London ro
New Vork. The sum was exchanged
through Drextl, Morgan K Co., and the
btnlu department has been advised that
the fl,!U,H3.10 in gold coin hah been depos
lied In the New Yoilt ub-treasury subjoci
to the draft of the seeieiary ot iaie, who
will taku under ooi.kideratlon the subject
of Its distribution In a tew days.
Hello vllle, Kas. S.-pt. "S.-(Spe.'lal.) The
ticket nominated by the Itt-publleans 01
Uonubllc county to-.iay is as follows: Coun
ty clerk. P. S'. Woodward; register of
deeds. It. T. Jtlllson; Uieilff. It. H. Ward;
trentuier. It. T. Slunlleld; coroner, Dr. L.
11 White: surv.j.ii, I. C. War., county
commlndoner, Tbml lh.rlct. A. V. Miller.
Thu convention was one of the laigeat,
most enthusiastic and hurniQtiloua ever
held In the county.
Minneapolis, Minn., Sept. 2--The great
stone gable of the burned We-tinlnMr
church, fiontlng on Nicollet avenue fell
with a ten Hie em-li Just b fore noon, iiy
an almost miraculous piece of good Jur-une
no one was hutt The wall had b.-en pr.
nounced safe by the building Inspector nd
ihrt Insurnnce had 10 be adjusted on that
basis. Hui the wind and lain can led It
down and the busy thoroughfare Is now
choked up with ponderous .duties.
Ilerlln, Sept. M.-Mr. Jt. KldV"-'' rvpr!v'
sentlf'g H- i. Bun & Co.. of New ,rk.
has Juki completed a tour through lct
many. He nports that expotts fiom tho
United Stnus into flei many are. constant
ly Incrolng. especially In the line of tur.
ifltuie and fruits. About CJinmercUl
travelers from the United Siaus ure now
In this empire, trying to up up fie-li
chan els of rtule fur Amerlcan-made
Boodi. and ar in.eilng with a reasonable
measure of euceis.
Mure ,Iniiul-l I l.iell.
T. V. ltne was nrralsnod In police
court of Kansas City, Kns., yesterday
morning on the oharBo of violating tho
tliipllng shop ordinance. Hla placu was
located at 7S7 Jeis, v avenue F.tue me-'e
a strong plo.l to Judgo Leland, asking hlin
to .llmli-B the case, as he clutmed that the
"joint" business had been a failure with
him. He ald that he would milt and
never again enter any such business pur
fcuits. Biue opened up 4 "Joint about a
month ago ana time that time tho
lines Imposed against him In police court
during that time bad been ertnter tlian
his total receipts. Judge Lelanil continued
l'li rusJ until Monday. W. 11. fjolfjii.in.
im? vn.ih l.'irih sie.-ei: Frank Maishall.
ail North James strereti 15. F. dcanlon. 601
Osage avenue: John Line. 2v0 Osage aye
nue; Dennis Lyons. Ua Kansas avenue
John McOlnley, corner Twelfth and MlanU
int-nue; .1. D. Hoblnson. corner Colorado
I avenue und HuclWt Smith Hstt-P, 602 Min
nesota avenue, and Sam Hrown. 517 Itey
i nolds avenue, weie each lined Jfl and
I coats. Thomas Dudley and Oicar Magby,
young colored toys, were fined $10 each
fr i-'ihlif.g fruit from a hui kster fruit
si.inj on James Hi eel. Ihey iv,re unablo
tu pay th- nut's an 1 were sent to the city
Jal! S-M-ral it.z- is were tined fur har-b-ting
dus wr.huul a city license.
Juurnfti. fei'Pt 2H 1
The kind of talk a nun wants lwfore he part vW M0
Is not mere newspaper talk. It is Iikc tniv Here nre Ut
Roods nnd here Is the prlcc-lf you call mntcli the Bond
for the price, return nny time " B" 'ol,r ,no,,l!' l"t, ,
'1 hat's the talk that ta.ks. Tm' the ta k we ar o mvi
evcrv sin. le dayw.th every sniRle article wo sell. I not 9 i
ve are .clung kooiIb hore to-day that can't be toticiieil cii
where in this town. Thoy ate sale lor us to toil salt, tor
you to buy.
you to ouy.
Your Money Back k
If Thinss Don't Suit
i .. . u.-.. ...... f- ..... .i..it. tn walk throuch if thev
L.CrlVC-1 il milill I'lf hl' u t.uijuuiij - . .
find out that what we say isn't so. No matter wlien tiiev tuui
it out. All you h.vj to do is to comd in here, get ths goods
then take 'em arounvl to other places and compare. lUre are
the tjoods se want you to take around and compare:
A Made from heavy, All Wool Domestic Cheviot;
rlarw. warm co.ors: simile or dotlbiu breaste
Suck, made nnd trimincd not for baauty. but lor
wear; a variety of patterns to select Irom. and u
you can beat 'cm anywhere else lor $5 you get
rOUR MQNLY BACK IF YOU WANT il
Choice of a dozen different patterns, cut in single
or doub.e bieasled Sacks, built and made tor
durability and of tough, woolly worsteds. We
tell ) 011 right now that if you take one of these
suits around town nnd compare it you can have
YLUR M0 HEY BACK IF YOU WANT II
The Suits we are selling for ten dollars are in 0 n
sense the best Mitts in our house. Such qu.tiii) of
fabric, care ol finish and perfectton in cut and style
have never been put into a ten dodar sutt before.
II you can match these for less than $14, get
YOUR MONEY BACK IF YOU WANT IT
Every one of them carrying with it the best guar
antee that we know how to give the best that you
can recjuirc your money back if you want it. We
know that these suits are good. Wo know they
are the BEST that ever were produced for the
price. We know that if you compare these Suits
with any of the same prtce you will find ours the
best for the price, or else you will get
YOUR MONEY BACK IF YOU WANT IT
IIOO and 1102 MAIN STREET.
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I Gp-ISr,-!! 1 M ,.fV
ll.JI..MI.b' MJUlltl, CO.M..Jl.ATiO.V
Legal I'roceedtngs Tiiwi.rd l'ark Improve
nn nis Itrmii),
Tho first substantial pixx ceilings towanis
scouring parks tor Kansas C'.Ly began in
Jurfgn R-arriU's court yi-Merduy, wlun a
Jury of sis men look sc-nis to cunii.inin Inr.d
le.tweiai K.k'r.ie-ntJi, Ninctieiuh, llu mis
und Ol.irry ftree, which will b,- civnvrrt
ed inio "Holmes Square." At tho brgfn
ning of thv 1 roctisl.ng C. p. Morse .end
C. J. HulilMru, who own considerable prop
erty in the b.ock, tiled a demurrer to the
, 11011 on the gicuiwl irat tneiu was no
law Ic. the Bialu wurranung Mich pro ced
ing, and that the seotlun t-t the city char
ter pivAlding fur the condvmnailon if land
for irk purposes was ur.t.un.t.tii.tior.al.
The ilfmurrer wab overrul-d by Judg. rknr
rttt, and the tesulmony of several real er
tatu e.iii-rts was lakvti, tn order 10 usss
a valuation for the condemned jiropt-rty.
After an all nwy sestloii tho Jury wviu tx-ouii-J,
ivlih lin-true-ii .tm to appear iaiio
ber 12 to rviort Us tliullng tn the eaee.
(ilt.V.M) JL'llV IM)ll)l.Mi;.SIS.
I". N, Nulnn's Ani.ing Hie Iteturni Muilo
Heforo aJvirn.i.f yesterday the rrand
Jury rt-tuir.id a tatch of eighteen Inde-t-uuiits,
Ui mJorlty of whi, h were ...
prs-is.-.t, aa the prtie are still at .hk.
No bill-is were (.tuTrst r 'he i.sr of Hu,ly
Von (lui.toa, ast-aiili, Cr.arfe- J.-Kkwm,
bunrhiry, ar.e Ti.orr.aj. Jchri.ori, making
Ainertcg die Irielte.tmenls mfirrl wire
lrxl-'ini-M. t'T T N H'tH. avl Daniel
and Charles Itfsi. tut graul I...- e.ny. 'phe
Logor ?,tre tnrttrl tnt olg-. on .11
ptase, by Lpu'l- lrtjtt t! 'i"y. Ths
ar e-tmrirei '.r, si e.s a tiv. fnvm Ai
t.ilfKl II Livgie, (,1 Wii Ut'rtv street.
Tt,- live U 'firit ut.lu .f WetuTt.
It waa tt-ted i-, iitft-1 ht Ii-. 1! Lssn
urul Ms fh(rer s-n ae.ll re. r.tly by
cllixelis ut l&A'it.. Wei '.1. k Wttnar.t
diarglntf tr.eai I'.h 'a!i;,g horM-s Tit,
chtiige isjul'l 'ti' ret M.t(.tiS.U.-d ui.d Uio
in n tttrs turr1 s-cc.
Il.iv.al. 11 Hmnl (leni.rt.
The famous HkwsllaB band Is still the
pi eai attru- lie-j. t Washiagton park. Its
priiiularil) vice Ji'yt scrr. lo wane fa the
lluhtcit d-ir. s, uii so that li has
been aceor'-td s place Ut ths Karnlval
Iisrude, Tb wogrmw lo b given to
March, "Kansas City" (O-k kerti.
Overtur. "WHIibki Tell" (liontlni;.
Saxophoao solo, "iUr" (Llbornlo) Ily
Or. 1 ml lctlos, "Norma" (Iti-)llnl),
M..U y, "Plantation Songs" (f'onttrno).
Walts:. "Wull for Ms" (Llbornloi.
Discrlptlve, "Th Jolly Musicians" (Mu.
Two stop, "Sunny Hide Park" very popu
Books (new and old) bought, sold and ex
changed, ailcli's Lew locatlun, 7W Main.
Quality QUflCQ Is Cur
in ds-ULd Hobby.
And ire guess you'll find it a good
one for a dealer to have. Tnoro's
an enticing softness about the leath
er in our shoos about their various
shades and their always graceful
bh.ipe that makes buyers out of
The Best for Men and Women,
$2 tO $7.
Misses' and Children's Shoes,
You can't afford to abuse your pocketbooli in buying School Shoes
anywhere else than here. We p-uarnntco the wear. We have itieretiscil
our force of Milcjinon B0 per cent. Yesterday's Eales were tho largest in
tho history of our business,
A FEW THINGS TO REMEMBER:
That lie arc the largest exclusive Shoe House in tho oily,
Thnt ivo employ only g-eiitleinutily clerks.
That Department Mores are not Mioe Stores, and their ambition to
drive out an exclusive Shoo Store like ours will never bo realized.
That our large business has been built upon the merit iu our shoes.
That we ulvvuys carry out our printrd promises.
That "Altinan" is a household word with every one In Kansas City
who is oid enough to talk.
1 CAnmn rune ncAi en
Wlfll rft 1--H-UIU oiiul uimn
., 1013 Main St.
siioi.s jiAiu: 'io or.DLit.
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1 im; kiioi: itiri'Aiiti.M
firs". ' . .-'.nii.n .'.1
Lr-?.rVA "'' i.Fj(yw 'nv 'r
Let Us Record
Four measure while you are in the city
this week We will retain it on our
books for all tunc and when, next you
are in need 0
Either inane specially to order or from
stock, zve can supply you with gai ments
which will fit you perfectly and tn both
durability and appearance meet every
requirement ot tirsl-ctass goods.
710.713 Main St.
1118 Alain St.
Nut It unity. if tlueliy.
The Woodleigh family of six persons,
consisting of tin father, mother and four
children, that arrive- In Kansas City u
f. w duys ano, and since tin n have been
living upon what the charitably Inclined
of the city would furnish, have proven un
worthy of the klnUn.ss re elved. Yester
day Secretary N. W.Casey, of the Provl
d. nt Association, reci-ivid a letter fiom C.
S. Grant, stcretury of the board of char
ities of Indluuapolls. asking him to watch
out for a family calling themselves Wood,
leigb, Lyman or Sundirland. The mem
bers of the family as described were the
Woodlelghs now In Kansas City, und the
litter stated that they are pro
fessional beggars, and have worked
large city in (he United
In Indlananol a ihe ... ...
un.. n..,...i D. ,..-., .i...:.T ..--. :
,.. u.i.Riry netcm .itilCI. iOT UrUIK.
ii.ss, according to the letter, und the wfmia
family would have hem rifac-ed in Ja l ,n
order 10 get possession of the ihll iren f .r
the pui post of putting them In a b ti. !
place, but the family left suddenly and h 3
not been Kin In the city ,ii,-e, ' "
Mr. IJ. A. II. C.reen. of Terrell. Tex is
a guest at the Coates ilousi. Mr. ij."
VSi.0.'. netty11'-? ""uud" ot
of his visit.