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TIIK KANSAS (TIT .TOrRNAT,, MONDAY, OOTOJWU7, 180.1
PULPIT VIEW OF PARADES,
nt;r. ttr.NitT ittiPKtNM iNDoimr.i tiii:
Fi'.8itMTii.) or Tin: I'.isr tvr.r.K.
Intnpllmpnln tlic MmiiigriiuMtt mill llm t'llj
llntnrnniPttt "ntnn t'rlllrlmiis-there
Ar llilnin Ion "irrnl for TrT'
itj About lltlipr t liurclir.
Preluding- (tip ritiilnr ccrmon jrntcrility
morning il the l"lMt CongreKntlonul
ctmrch, Dr. Henry Hopfelni, the p.mtor,
otTcrril the follow Imlt reimiiks on Iho Car
tuvul week fcieUiltlr:
t ivnnt to say it word before the fr-rtnon
nbout the pint week. tivery good eltljspii
Is timlcr obligations to tho various commit
tn9 by whose tmltiM.-iklnK nnj hanl work
the nrrunKcmentA were perfrelerl ami the
fe-Mlvltles of the week mailo a silccp nnd
1j the police department for 1 tt iitronR
hut courteoui perfortnnnco of duly.
The l.uv-ablillnK nnd peacenbtc crowds
hnvp tlietiiiclven chlelly to tlunik, however,
for the (rood order th.it prevailed nnd the
Rood time that m enjojed. The parade
of our cltl7en soldiery win linpriMvc
They ,iro the nrjfiinlr.id lonslnbiilitry of
. the whole people to Insure the safety of
life nnd home ngninxt lawless lolenee. It
Is Rood for Us nil to see them sometimes,
to know that they are heie.
Those who are Interested In the Hoys'
Club were Krntllled at the dull nnd dls
lpllno displayed by the two companies.
It hui cost nn Immense nmoutit of time,
pillelico and voice to produce these re
sults, for whlrh the gentlemen who hae
liiul them In lintiS ennnot bo too heartily
thankeil. We nre not tilnr to make war
riors of those bov, lint Rood, self-eon-trolled,
orderly Amerlcuii eltlelis. We ex
pert cre.it thinws of them.
These days just past hne Illustrated
over (iRTiln some phases nnd traits of hu
man nature that wu ought not to forget.
There Is soinethliic of the child left In
ever man nnd woman or, If not. so iiiueh
the worse ror them and the olillil loves
spectacles, craves fun. needs oiuuseiueiit.
Itecientlon Is n depirtrnent In every well
reiiulateit life, In eicry Rood home. It
oiiKht to be n department In eerj well
reirul.itcel community, to he somehow ss
tematlcnlly provided ror nml taken rare of.
l" vvoitliy of the earnest thought and
errort of our best men nnd women, and the
good thing- nbout the present situation Is
JhU it Is beginning to comiuind It The
hardest contrlbutiiin to get from our citi
zens to urn object Is the contribution of
their thought, ami now we ate l ginning
to get that for this festlwil week
The festivities i luillenge thought. They
ale too large and Impoitnut u factor In
our common life to be neglected 01 left to
haph.i.aid. The honor and lepuiatlon of
the city Is nt stake In this nuittei. .Mer
chants, holelkeepris and others give money
freely as u simple business Investment,
and nriny of theim nue no thought or
eaie what the atli.iclluu Is It It onl bilngs
the people, but others recognise the fact
that there Is n question or rulr dealing and
hospitality townid outldeis IniUi'il here,
which the. city ennnot nflorel to Ignore. He
sides this, we are not to rorget that this
annual show Is ror good or evil a gr.it
luciitlnniil Inlliienee Willi our children, ami
In addition to this Is the ruither eeiiustloii
of what is the best possible thing to be
done Tor the simple nmuseinent and enter,
tiilumelit of our own peole. These nie big
questions. Undoubtedly we have too few
holldavs and keep those we do hae 111 too
heilous a waj It is a good thing some.
times for the whole population to turn out
to have a good laugh as tlie.v did on Thurs.
day. That was a sight woith s( eing .1
city on a frolic. The abandon and pande
monium of the evening Is evldentlj at
tended by giave dangers, but een then
the good nntuied ciowd could be ti listed
to keep within bounds anil to keep down
the vicious and lowdy element. If It weiu
not foi the accursed drink, which Is the
selilsh and brutal maiplot of everj occa
sion, nnd the Infernal and bloody tiaitor
in every compan.
Along with tho expression of a. generous
appi eolation of the woik that has been
done, lu which I am sure X voice the fpel
ing of jou all, t venture to make two rlt.
Icisms on Thursdays parade, with whUh
1 am confident .vein will nil agiee.
Uirst Theie aiu some things too sacred
to bo tiavestleel and turned into ridicule.
One of these is a deathbed s-eene. Tho
noble medical profession cannot afford to
lower Itsoir in public estimation by making
,i Joke or human bereavement and the
s d.ilng hour.
Again U T were a negro T nm certain
tliat I should reel hurt and humiliated hv
the repiesent.itions made In tlif piradc or
my nice. Or course the negro should lomu
In for his lnlr sh.ue and that, it must be
I'onfcsscil, Is a large one of llditule
Along certain lines and up to n certnln
point, ildlctile Is good medicine for him.
5iut ridicule may beiomc cruel There is
n largo class of our colored le-llow cltteiis
vv ho are Inttlllgent. Industrious and inoi.il.
Thev are good citizens. They and their
hllilieu are entitled to lesrxci, consldeia
tion and encouragi ment If vou would
see ".Modern Africa," go to Atlanta and
look over the exhibits of this black lace,
who at the lose of the war had only the
rags on their backs, nnd who hint veur
were taxed In the Southern states on u
valuation or J2Ri),00n,00o
Let us be r.ilr to the black man nnd
give him a chairee. At the opening or the
Atlanta exposition the manngei.s did them
sselvcs honor bv recognizing the black man
In the pei son of Hooker W.ishlngtton, who
Mioko nobly and Impressively tor his peo
jilo Head his oration and you will see In
the light of it that It Is worth while in
every xvay to holp and not to hlndrr the
blnck American our nelgnbor and fellow
eltlerr. There is a great army or them Irving-
to gel up and get on. and to lead up
anil on the ignorant and helpless of tin Ir
race Thej deseivu good cheer and uioi.il
support. In ouri'ainlval parade I thought
ihey got only contempt and nlinout In
Hilt. Noblesse oblige
Certainly the lwst use of our public hol
ldavs and liieirv -makings Is worth think
ing about. In order that theie maj lio
evolved for the futme soars something
noble and tine le.illy worthy of a gieut
Ameiban Christian clt nt tho close or
tho nineteenth centiuy.
CHURCH SHOULD GO FORWARD;
I)iiiouro by He. Dr. S, II. ( hostur, of
NiiKlnllle, 'Ipiiii.i nt the Central
l'reHhj terbni Church.
The pulpit nt the Centi.il Uresbyterlan
cliuiih vv.is occupied yestcrda morning by
tev. Di. S. II. Chester, of Nashville, Tciin,,
secietary of the executive committee of
foreign missions of tho Southern Presby
terian church. JIc chose for his text. IJt.
xiv:15: "rfpeak with the chlldicn of Israel
that they go forwuiil."
llo explained the uncomfortnblo position
that the children of Israel wcio In on be
ing confronted with n .seemingly insur
mountable barrier, tho Ited sea, when
they weie Klvm tho command by .Moses to
go fonvatd. llo brought out the slguill
canl litne.-s of tho text III Us application
to tho cliureh Just now with lefeience to
foreign mlsslonaiy woik. llo explained
tho necessity of enersotto work In this lino
and mado clear the command of flod.
"And so," continued Dr. Chester, "I
think the command of God, which comes
to us to-das. Iiuuns this that wu pray
moro e.iriicstl. work harder and give lib
erally that clod's cause may bo cut lied for
ward In tho eat th.
"Hesldes the benellts that can be ex
pressed lu llgurcs mid statistics, lit mo
mention u few of the rellex beneilts of an
other und not less valuable kind that havo
i onto to thu home church for Its woik In
foreign missions, Tor ono thing, It Is tho
wonderful means of Ineicislng the hupp!
jtess of those who have engaged In It. vo
me told that dining the period of one of
the celebrated missionaries he gave hl
whole eiieigles tu answer the (iiustlon of
Inning the doubts and adopting means
tor comforting the sun una ot his people,
The moie he tiled, tho mole they re
fused, finally he became Interested In
the new ideas about foreign missions that
were Just beginning 'o come In vogue. IIu
began to picach on the duty of tho church
to send the (iospel to the heathen. Tho
people becainu moused, Convinced of their
past neglect, they began to weep over
their sin. Then they met und began to
in ay and to consider what tluy might do,
and then to do what they could, 'While
this was going, wtltes tho divine, 'the la
mentations ceased. Thu sad became cheer
ful mid tho despondent calm.' And Instead
of having to comfort his ilock. ho wus
himself cannoned by them. They weio
drawn out ot themselves uud Uod blessed
them, while they Hied to be u blessing.
"The same stoiv might be told of every
live mlsslonaiy Christian lu the land, for
this Is Just the law that was iucoiporatcd
Jn the charter of the chinch, which Ood
gavo to Abraham when He slid to him,
'1 will bless ilic-e uud thou shall bo u
"And Just lu proportion as God's people
live uccordlug to Ills law, In ttylug to
bless and save at last would they
themselves experience comfort und peace
mid Joy In the Hol Ghost.
"Again It has be.-n an inconceivable
blessing to the church to havo attained the
point of view which the missionary enter
prise hag given where she stands, as It
-wire, on the top of i'bjah, and looks over
tho world as hr field, 11 elevates th
church thmklnir nn.l enlarge her Mews
nn.l is (his came advance. Ilttlenes, nnr
rowness nnd bigotry deuti
"Aitnln by Hie triumph: and Iransform.w
Hon it hiM answered infidelity morn con
clusively than nil the book Hint ever wre
written and confirmed the faith of Iho
church In the power and truth of the
"It has demonstrated that nur modern
rtiiirvh can Jet produce) on demand heroes
nnd martyrs of tho faith whose example
has rver ben nnd shnll ever 1p for an In
Fpiratlon to the church. Who enn estimate
the vnlue of the nnnie and memory of
men like Carey and Jiidson and llnilncrd
nnd I.ivinijsfoti an I t.nne and I.rtple. It
H missionary enterprise that has given
hni to tm. or M tin r it Is Hod, Unit gives
llcll men to th rhureh fur 11 blptnlng
when she trip to olrey His comlniilidlnit to
Go forward.' And hnve you thought what
blleht nnd slaKixitbin would fall uon our
Chrlsllan If jou would take nwv from
them the Inspiration to prayer nd labor
that come to them nloiie thop linspen
voleps of sympathy thnt link them to living
workpr In the forelun Held?
"And now If nil these benefits whlrh have
bii mentioned and ninny others have
come to Hi" home church In connection
with such effort a sin. ha ben making
for this eiue, what mleht we ci"ct If she
should rise up In the full measure of her
power and njt ho mlKht do before this
generation has passed nway actually carry
out her commllon to go into nil the world.
Pmm the far ends of the earth where she
lirtd carried the blcontn of the Gospel the
answering tide would lion bark nnd sweep
owny herdobts.lier feud nnd Inciimbniiu e
of every kind mid life her to n higher spir
"If the children of Israel hail declined to
go forward nt God's roniinaiid they would
have been exciiabl They had an nbs.ncle
In front Hint did not iwm passable. So In
former years the dllllcultles of the 'hureh
seemed to be Insurmountable. They were
not leally so. It the church had gone on
with the work as she began in the tlrt and
second centuries the obstacle would have
gotten out or her way n the Ited Sea got
out of the children of Israel's way for ti
the seeming obstacles have (ilready lieen
removed. We can now go anywhere and
not only 1 permitted fo titer heathen
commit, but netiinlly do our mission try
work under the protection of heathen gov
ernments." Ur. Chesier then spoke of the pleasure it
h id been to hint of talking to tho congre
gation of the great work.
"It Is as much your work as mine nnd
about which ought to be and even nie
tis much Interested ns 1 am. I'rav that
Hod will bltss this church and make It a
THE FATE OF ORTHODOXY.
Illo Discourse of Ket. l. H. Ilnherts mi the
l.vranuy of l reeds mid Dogma.
Itev J. 13. Itobert. pastor ot the All
Souls' I'nllntlun cliui-di on "The Inevitable
Ing pienched a sermon on "Tho luevitnblo
Surrender of Orthodoxy," In which he
said many significant things. The dlscouise
v.as an eloquent appeal lor fitedom fi otn
cieed nnd dogmas. Along with other sali
ent passages these may bo quoted as
rcpifspntatlve- or thu sermon4
".Men ate coming to see that these doc
tilncs emanated fiom the Imagination of
men. Tlnlr claim of divine atithoishlp
slinplv pioves tho extent of huninn nudaci
ty. With every levolving isir men me
beconiltig more cleepl persuaded or reason
nnd Justice as the governing principles of
tho win Id The time of the Mirieinler of
dogmas bequeathed bv an uneiillglitenrd
past in this long suffering age Is drawing
nigh Hefore the bar ot teason they al
itad stand condemned. Thej huvt not
been Hie point of attack Tiny have slm
plj been outgrown. They belong to mioth-
c r age. rue eimm or ine mine to no a hook
supei naturally lip-phcM could not outlive
the times ol Ignoiancf Such a claim in
the face of the tesults of modern "cholai
shlp and ciltlelsm Is manlfi stlv absuid
"The doclilne of sin und the ntoneinent
of blood ale ghastlv souvenlis of a cttiel
and baibarous age The conception of God
which thev Imply has no claim to tespect
ablllty bofoie the model n conception ot
the wot Id and the nature of man.
"Thoic Is no conlllet between lellglon
nnd sub nc e, none between lellglon and
liason, but theie Is an li repieslble and
lelentless conlllet between the dogmas or
oithodoxy on the one baud and science and
leiisou on the other The suiiondei or the
one- or the- other I Inevitable Can any
.sane man doubt which must succumb'
"Take awnj fiom Ihc oithodux i lunches
tlii-lr social ami material ciUlincnt, their
phtinntluoiilc and humane activities, reeliuei
them to iluitlili.il piopositions and theie
is not one Inch of gioutid left for them to
'Science has Its fact. le.ison Its eon-Hsti'iie-v
and the moral faculty Its Intui
tions, and the middle age dogmas nie con
founded bv evei j one of them
"It was a convenient wav to dispose of
those who reject these woin-out dogmas,
bv saving It Is the evil beau of unbelief
llut when one Is stung Into the Impotent
lage of slmpls calling mimes he confesses
his hopedoss celllse.
"The religious Instinct or man is 111
elesttuctlble It has oven suivlved the
effec ts of oi thodoxy Heason is uiicom
piondslng and uusteic Science Is pass-loli-iess.
All are nee-essarj to man. All must
mutually agree An doctilne of lellglon
which must need make evasions In the
ptchcnci" ol rcMson. oi equlvoealn and
npolngle be fine the nscei mined facts of
science Is doomed
"The Intelligence of man has ndvanced
too far to allow them to attempt to save
a lellglon at the cost of Intellectual self
lespect, or to sao their souls by .1 process,
of moinl stultlllc.itliin The ngo of faith
with its noths and miracles belongs to the
past. The age or rear, with Its angry God
and tbroiy of atonement, has gone bv
ltellgion has not abdicated fiom the lllo
of man, but Is moie imperious thiin ever
in her demands, aucl the first unci most
uiigiist of those demands Is thnt men shall
cease the giotcsciuc attempt to compensate
av lib. n wealth of sentiment and -eal for a
poverty of leason and Intelligent c "
A VETERAN'S FUNERAL
The liemaiiis of I'clion l'lk rollowecl In
the (.rave by Comrades ami Other
Sin row lug friend-.
The runcr.il services of the 1 ite Kelson
fisk weie conducted eslerd.i afternoon
at Veteran Company A ht.iehiuaileis by
Itev. T. 13. Vassal-, of tho flist Itiptlst
church, after which Iho icmalns were
l.abl to rest lu Illmwood ceiueteiy, with Im
posing nilllt.uy honors.
The clece-asecl' was .u member or tho ot
eian organUallon for seveial jo.irs before
Itev Vasstr choso his text from I Sim
uel, thltd chapter, "As the Hord I.lveth,
lluro 1 but a step between mo ailel cleath
Ills words bnin out the trulllfulncf s of
the Hlble's lem-hliig unci went beautiful
mid touching. .Miss Dora Taylor sang
"Itest In Jesus" and nn appropil.itn p.itrf-
Tho csitket which IncIoscHl the body of
tho depnrted soldier rested til tho middle
of Hut front room, nnd was covered with
lloral emblems fiom kind friends. At the
conclusion of the services ut tho company
he.idquaiteis, tho funeral college moved
In solemn columns on Viinnd avenue to
fourteenth street, thence cast to Wood
land avenue, thence to tho ceiueteiy. Coin
p.inv A, Its diuni eoips, und a column of
ex-Cnnfedciato soldiers niurehod In ttolit
ot tho hearso,
Wem and Worn.
When tho tired factory operative, tho
W0.IIT nut-door laboter, tho overtnsktsl
bookkeeper or cletk seeks, n medlt.il reccin
penso for expenditure of bodily force, vvhcio
shall ho find It? Could the locordesl ex
.iMiLimA i.r tliiis.iod.s of woikirs b voiced.
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the verdict would le th it Hosteller's Stom
ach Hitters joiiovvs falling stieiigth, stimu
lates the jaded mental powers to fiesh
activity and icluxes undue neivous tension
as nothing else does. Digestion, a tegular
habit of body, uppetlle and sleep aio pro
incited by It. anil It Is an admliable niix
illaty In tho tecovery of health by conva
lescents. A fastidious stomach Is not of
fended by It, ami to persons of both sexes
In delicate health who occasional!) feel the
iieeel of an clllcleut tonic, tho whole range
of the phaunacopotli und tho catalogue of
proprietary medicine does not present a
inoie useful, s.iter or more decisive one.
It Is also Inconipaiablo for lever mid ague,
jheuinatlsm and kidney tioublos.
Sohnriianel restaurant, open day and
night; all tho delicacies of the season.
itixoicii or thi: I'.vsf wi:i:ic.
IMnk dealings, 'JlO.SS.'.tai.
llecilpts of hKS 'bo past week, MJOl.
Hecelpts of sheep tho pabt week, -.J.Oui).
Itccelpts of oats tho pust vvtsik, 'SH cam.
Itccclpts of hay the past week, KS cms,
Hecelpts of cattle tho past week, 41.S0O.
Jtecclids of corn the pabt week, 210 ears.
Itecopts of wheat tlio pabt week, W9
lteccpits of boises and mules tho past
CONSUL GENERAL MORSS,
iim: ni'.Mi:itif.' iti:t'iti:si:NrAiiM
to rit.t.Nt i: in rni: t nv.
He tins Veiiiiptlilng to ny of the Waller
t'mr, of tit Sulit of lleirsrltrsli In t list
I'tpni h llepiiblleitnel (lllirr 1 hlng
of Inlereet to Amsrlnius.
Mr Samuel H.Mor, formerly a resident
of Kniisn City, now euiimil general of tho
t tilted State nt l'arls, arrives! In the city
)estenlay to visit his mother, Mrs. Mors.
and hi sister, Mr. Isaac d'tsay. Mrs,
Mors nccompnnled him They will re
main In Hie city until Tuesday, vvh i Ihey
teturn lo Indliiiinpolis, tnd , and fHom tin re
to New Vork, from which city they sail on
the 19th for fntl.
Mr. Mor has lllleel the responsible po
sition he holds for two )o.irs nnd has had
n remm kahly plenoant time, a there has
been but Utile to vex that dcpal Iment.
The relation of the two countries have
been very cnnllal nn.l the volume of com
mercial exchmntf so Rreat that thete Is
every reaon to contemplate a continuance)
of tho friendly relations.
Itectntly there ha been n considerable
correspondence between hi department
and the cltlrcns of till count rv over the
proposition to Fhlp calmed and cured
horse meat to france foi food. Ilorso
meat is iishh! In that emiutty for food by
many of the loorer people, und there lire
many Amerliaus who believe theie Is a
neat profit for the man who prepares the
product In thi count rj and send It there
ror sab-. The Industr) Is ulrmdv on it
feet lu Oicgon, mid. If prolltabb, may
sprem! all over the eouiitr.
Consul .Mors was seen yesterday nfler
noon b) a Journal representative at the
home of Mr. Isanc el'Issy, Hi Spruce ave
nue, where he Is staying, nnd talked brlelly
of mntters that have come under his ob
servation during his stay iihioad
It is In frunro, as everyone knows, Hint
John Waller, of Knnsii", Is now impris
oned to spend a tvvent) e.ais' scnteuco
for wrong nets alleged to have been com
mitted in Mnelngascut, win re Waller nviu
located lu the consular scrvlio of the
American government. The case has
caused a discussion nnd Investigation nnd
Is now a question of diplomatic lnqulr),
and may tesnlt In some strong assertions
b) (his government If Hie Inquiry should
result In showing that Waller was pun
ished In excess or what the tacts at the
court-m irtlal warranted. Talking or this
matter. .Mr Moiss said
"t have had no ollblal connection with
the cne. It Is purely a diplomatic que.
Hon nnd Is lu Hie hand of Ambassador
I3ustls, who Is and has been giving It close
and e areful atte ntlon from the ltrst. My
Infoi matloii Is slmplv what anv other elt
l7on who, had he followed the evidence ns
an American would feel like In such u case,
might have terctved. Anything I sav on
the sublet t Is simply a lenetltlou of facts
getietnll) known In Hie I renth capital.
"The tact fhoillel be borne In mlnel that
It reeiulied great time and elelnvs were In
evitable lu securing copies of the evidence
taken at the court-innrtlnl that tiled Wal
ler. The trial took place tu Madagascar,
which Is thousands of miles fioin fiance,
and without cable connections. The corre.
spondetice that followed was slow and te
dious and It wits no easv in.ittt r to reach
the men who e ondiicteel the trial and se
cure the ti inscilpl of the ease
"I am ceit.ilu that Ambassador Hustls
has elono everything that could have' been
done to seciiie' that and have the milest
nnd f iliest investigation of the case in.idi'.
If the tr.mse lint, which Is now In fail
and being translated for the use of tho
ambis.s.idor, shows that the fa. ts did not
wanaiil so severe a penalty, then every
iop.ir.ulon pos-slble will bo Insisted on for
Mi. Waller. I am certain that Ambassador
Hustls ha pushed the mattei with .ill pos
sible speed and allowed no obstacle to ie
t.ird the Inquiry he has ccuidui ted. ltepre
sentatives of the amliassiidoi have visited
Waller In prison ami taken his lull state
mint. Waller Is as well situated as a man
could be who Is restrained of his Hbeitv
and he Is being well treated and cited for
pending Investigation HI family was pio
v ideel lor and sent fiom Madagascar to
this country b) the state depaitment
"One of the sights In farts that Is very
Interesting lo toll! 1st Is the horseless e.n
i Inge that has come Into such prominence
during the past imi. It I lapldly sup
planting all other kinds of vehicles and
bid fair to completelv elrlvej hoises off the
streets. Thev have become so general In
thedr use on the streets there thnt the) no
longer attract ntenlinu from citizens.
"Just prior to leu v Ing I learned of the
building of a number of omnibuses hold
ing eight, ten or twelve people, Hint weie
to be run without horses. It they prove a
success thev will completely icvoltlttoni70
the conveyances of the capital mid will
supplant the '0,e) cabs now In use. In nn
tUlp.ulon of the success of the omnibus
scheme tho hoi so market has fallen and
the' decline Is certain to continue With
the cabs of that city propelled without the
use of horse power the i.ilsnig of horses in
that country would cease to be lucrative
and an enormous market would be wipeel
"franco has fedt the financial depression
ef the pist two )oais but to i less extent
than many other nations. The entire dtdit
of that tountiv Is held at homo by french
people. In aeblltfon thev hedd enormous
sum of sciuiitles Issued lij other govern
ment, so that Instead of having to piv
ti Unite to other nations the tribute come
to them, for this ieaun comine-rclnl de
pression will be less hai infill to the french
tliun to other nations. Agric iiltuie in that
country Is depiesseel and people are leav
ing the ooim!t. nnel locating In the city
theio Justasi Is being done In other lands
"Iloise llcsli Is consumed ns food In
franco bv m.inv of the pooler people, nnd
one can see the markets where It Is sold
scattered over the eity The government
regulates the sale nnel.r seveie penalties
and requite that In markets where It Is
sold the liiMd or a horse shall lie mounted
pioinlni ntly at the cnn.inie o that e'veiv
pun hfisci may lie Inloinied The iinat
must be sold a hoise meat ind an) de
ception meets with swift and seveio pun
ishment." Mr. Morss sacs the American colony In
l'arls is huge at all times He met several
prominent Kausis Cltjnns dining the sum
mer ami somo of them nro thoro und will
l cumin during the winter.
Mr. Moiss was a rosiilmt of Kansas City
from issii to 1WJ and was e-ngogeM in bus
iness heie lie held extensive realty In
terests nt one t lints an, mm owns some
valuable property In the le-ddenco district,
llo was plisised vvllh the gieat Improve
ments he saw, and hi lnteitst In the city
Is gieater than when he was hero before.
He Is n resident of Indianapolis, Hid., nnd
owns tho Stiitlncl of that city
After a lla)'s II ml AVork
'lake lliirsfiird'K Aecl I'tiospli ite,
ltiiiakeaaeleMlcloiiselrlnk. anel relieves fatlgiii
and deprevsloii A grateful tonic
0knloou, Ia Is at tho
Cniiitney, Clevol.inel, 3 nt tho
.Miller, TC.iIam.uoo, Is nt tho
McKnlght. Illriiilugliam. Ala., is
III ine e.oaie-s.
I'. W. llarter, Ullca, Js. Y is at tho
' V. Waller, I'hllaeltilphla, Is at the
13 J. Coleman, San franclsco, Is at the
f. J. Hubbard, Miisiogeo, I, T,, Is at the
1 K. Smith, S) mouse, Is at tho Coates.
Silvio I'. e!i Uuua Quelroz, St, I'aulo,
Hrazll, Is at tho Coates.
Crank Tilgg, I,uxngton, Mo Is at tho
.1. O. Scott and wife, Chicago, aro at the
.1. If. Sallsbuiy, Missouri, Is at the Hotel
f. M. Hmssatd, St, Joseph, Mo., Is at the
I, I.. Shalt, New York, Is at the Hotel
W. S. Clark, Tacoiua, Wash , is nt tho
Slgnor Silvio P. de T,aii.a Queiroz, of St.
I'aulu, Hiall, Is at tho Coates Uoiisp,
Miss O'Neill, who edits tho IVople's Itec
oril at Mauhall, Mo., Is a guest of the
Mr, J. H. Hampson. the well known rail
road manager, from Mexico, Is at the .Mid.
laud. Ho has been fast for seveial weeks
and was one of the spectators at tho In
tel national )acht races.
.Major II. O. Heicheit. of the regular
army, who lias been stationed at Marlon,
Ind., Is ut tho Coalcs House.
Dan Ciavcn. of Council Grove, Kas., Is
stopping at the New Albany,
S. 11. Homer, of Council Grove, Kas., was
registered at the New Albany yesterday'.
T. 1). Curtis, or Itattle Creek, Mich., Is
In tho city, a guest of the New Albany.
W, G. Lord, of Atchison, Is ut thu New
J D. Wilson, of Sedalla, Mo., was regis
tered ut the New Albany yestctday,
Thomas Stables und A. 1. Hill, of Kosh
konong, Mo., arc in the.' city. ,
THE HELPING HAND,
I lrt AniilversAry of Hint bnlipip mid ft-
terllie t'liiirlty-sotim ItiMinliiR
That nolnhle rhnrllv, (he Helping Hand
Institute, which was opened at Ins. Mnln
street Jusl a cnr .iko Inst night, celebrate,!
lis llrst iimilvcrsnre nt tho Coates opera
house )esteiday nfiiinnon. The exercise'
were participated in hy many of Hie Irnd
tnur rlergjinen and well known business
men of the oily, and a lemtlhv repirl of
the doing of the Institution was lead by
Itiiliner I!. Hhnwhnii, the siipetlntendelil.
The proRramme for the nfteilioou was:
Invocation Itev. I'harle .M. Hawkins,
Vocal solo Miss Mabel Ha is
Heport of Hiiperlnteiiebnt Shnwlian.
Aeldresne bv Itev Dr. ltetit) Hopkins,
Gardiner Hitlirnp, Dr J o'll loniv, Itev.
Cheirle M Hawkins. S A. fierce, Dr
J I. Sewnll, A. II .Me) tts, Dr. ClliUle II.
The exercNt wire preFlled nver bv
W ICeliihlll, president of the boiirel of coll.
irol, uud many interested person who
have no oillclnl connection with the' Help.
Ing Hnnd, but who aro Interested In the
work, sal on the stage. The most Inter
I'stlng feature of the proHinmmc was the
1 opart of Superlntc iiefenl Slmwhnii. He
showed what tho enterprise, which was
started without a cent behlii'l II, had ac
complished III a ent At the present time
the balance ngnlnst the Institute', nfter nil
It has expended! Is only C5 cent. Tin reo.
ord for the jeitr Is
Total number npplb'iiits V.VA
Number meals furnished ,'!
Aveinge per month 2.f79
Number lodgings furnished ,...2fM
Avei.ige per month i-.J
Total numlier aldi-el with iirnvbxlon.
e'ooklng utensils, furniture1, cash,
transportation, clothing, medicine,
school uppllc, etc J.ItO
Totnl number registered for perma
nent cmplo) incut 1112
Totnl number of mplo era calling for
Total number situation secured:
fa) Permanent. . s"tt
Ibl Temporary (nutslele) Mil
fo) Temporary (Inside) HO, vat
(d) Hefuslng to labor Ifi5
Total cash doiiatlons J2.11I f.
Institute omnliiRs I.ifii 27
Kent i s.-ev
Olllcers and emplojes ... c'mS 17
Dodging, barber, laundry,
medicine, icllef, etc 1,1IS 21
Totnl expenditures RWfl
Hnl.ince on hand September 1 2 3,,
Total Indebtedness 1 1n (1
Hills due Institute 1.17 W
(brlsllilll Ihieleacor Workers IHne-reo Mis-
socirrs roiinclleig of flee m let v Address
by tbc statu President.
AHer the legulnr V. P S C 11 meeting
at the .Memoilal I.iitheian e hure h Sixth
nnd Tracy avenue, last night, addresses
were delivered by George A. A) leswoi th.
secretin)' of the local association, und
Thomas Jones, state president of the
Christian Hnile.ivor Colon. The occasion
was the twelfth nnnlversai) of the oi
ginl7iitlnii of Chi Mian Hndeavnr work lu
Missouri Itev. Williams, foimerl) pastor
of civile Congregational chinch, of this
city, who now piesldes over a congregation
in St. Louts, was one or the roundels of
the Y. f S. C. 13. Ill Missouil.
Mr. A)bsworth spoke about the remark,
able good the Hiidesn orers had ace om
pllshcd 111 the past and the gie.iines (f the
task before them for the futme. He told
of the niiinv committees and how thev
peiformeel their work, and the new obliga
tion 111 the charter of the 1 nlou In Samoa
that Its mcmheiH would refrain from tho
use of Intoxicating llqnois and profane
Mi Jones ennllned his address to histor
ic al Hues, lecalllng the bbth of mlsslonaiy
work In Africa und the band that chris
tian fiidenvoi- pe'ople are taking In obllt
ei.itlng sectionalism and piovinelallsni
fietolier '-'). "'' and 27 the ninth annual
state1 convention of the Mission I chilstlan
Hncleavor Union will be held at Hanni
A lllllMi 'l'(lstJVI.
Cliptllled by Ollle er lee nt 1 I f t out tl and
I.cec list striM Is.
nniner Cnv was strolling slowlv down
t.. t ..i c .,...! .,.' ..t.,i.! .i..on
'.". "" " ?"" .:".'.' ". V.. h
'11 iiiiiii.cis nml i,..,-,- .ii. ii ,. ... iiiiiji ..... ..
he suilde-nly avv lu the gloom at fifteenth
and Troost the baleful gl.iie of a pair of
greenish, eyes The ollleer drew a ie
xolver with his left hand, cluu lied his club
tightly with his right, and moved cautious
ly forward. Just then the c-le-ciile light on
the coiner, which had been burning dim
und low ror several minutes, hhueel up.
ami fox saw n 'pcsiim It was scareelv
six month. old, und had hiiidlv a hull on
Its back fox carried the oungster with
him mound his beat, and llnall) landed
him In the Grand avenue polle e station.
As he enteied th.- place Jnlbr .Miller made
somo facetious nuiark about bow foxes
ami 'lossums will tlnil each other, even
in a Lugo cltv, and the possum was
locked up lu a cell with a "diunk and
Weenie rrul Cure-.
Of the mail) cuics that Di Cne has pi r
formeel of late, the most wonderful e uie
that has come to the notice of a Journal
leporter 1 In the case of a malignant
cancer oil the biiMst of Airs John faiker,
of C.iwkcir City, Kas.. a piomlin'iil society
leaelei ot th.il It)'. Alise Pirkel has be. u
.illllctesl with that ilrt.ided life ebisito)ei
several wars and hei man) friends lies,
palicd of In I life She tried v. n lemedy
esinc e Ivnhle lo the ineslleal prole-ssiou with
out iet.lv ing anv icllef Sin- Hun .1-. id.-d,
upon the pleading of fi lends, m go und
eons-llll 1)1 Cue. of Coi's Slllllllllllll. 01 this
dtv. She did so, ho be s.ui Heating her
mii'l Inside of a month she w cs .-iitlii ly
ciiieel of this heietofoie incurable and feai
1 11 1 ellsease.
('barged Willi Higiitea) IScileher).
Wlille- Heurv Steele w.is walking through
nn alley lu the teal ol Oak sti.et, mjar
Thlnl street, .vesteielay morning on Ills
wu) to Ills home In the fast bottoms,
three men stepped 111 f milt ot him and eh.
manileel that he lui) a pall of heir. He ic-fii-ed.
The men seized him ailel In less
time than It nfterw.ilels took Steele to tell
the police of the c liciimstaiic e-s.the e lobbeel
him of I The men weie iiftervviiiils nr
rcsti'el by Ollleer Clark and were lo. keel up
on' a ohm ge of hlghwav inbber) Thev
gave their nmiies as J W. Williams. Will,
lain Henness) mid William M; N. Ills They
mo frequenter of tho ban el houses at the
North enel, .
I til t Men's Aruieil Nilve.
The best Salve In the world for cuts,
hi nisei, sons, ulcers tall rheum fever
son's, lettei, ohappeel huid, .lillblalns,
coins and all sklu eruptions, and positively
cuies piles, or nn pay required It is guar
milecel to give pel feet satisfaction or mon
e) refunded Price 2 o-nls per bo. for
sale by II C Ainphl, diuggist. northwest
coruc-i fifth and Alain smuts, j, ijiiiiiiIih,
Pakieit clrug stoic, iiortliwist corner Main
nml Twelfth bitetbi I ederinaiin Hallar,
Diamond drug store-. DPI Alain street
ill wi try More Unbind.
,1 "Mns-ey, who conducts a small ji w
dry stole) at No II Hast flevciuh stn-e t,
reported to the pollen late )estenl.i) uft
ernonn that his store hid been robUd Sat.
unlay night und a largo amount of Jew
elry lakeii. Ace oi dim; to .Mr .Masse), tho
thluves cntend the stoic lliroiigh the
tiaiisoni of tho front door. There is no
s.if- in the place und the thieves see iire-el
$M)woithpf watches, chains and diamond
lings, w tilth weie In the showcases.
Aro unlike all other pills. No purging or
pain Act upecUllv on lh liver unci bile Car
ter's Little Liver Pills. One pll! q doat.
M.iuv Apple Picker l.iiiplo)(ili
Colonel XV. f, llvans and William Hyers,
manageis of the Olden fiult farm, at Old.
en. Mo., lett over tho Memphis road last
night with 1.'3 men whom they eiiido)cd
to gather apples on their faun, which l
one ot the l.ugest In tho world. Air. Hvuiis
stated that the- apple ciop this year is tho
Imgest lu the history of tho state.
A l'OSITI VII euro for dyspepsia, nervous e.xliuustiou, liver
" nnd kiiltiey diseases, constipation, etc It increases tlio
iippclllc, pruiuotcb elifrcbtiou, enriches the lilooel uml gives,
nmv lifo uml vi;ror to tlio vviiolo body,
DR. KAY'S RENOVATOR
bl'ltlKtb AT TIIK BOOT Of IIIH SI ATI fit
AMI tHItfb HV KKMOVIM1 Till: CithK.
Sold by druggists. Send for circulars.
Drf U. J. KAV MEDICAL CO., (Western Office,)
U'jO boutli lOtli bt., OMAHA, NK1I.
Sold by II. U Alt.N'OLD. 5th and Main SL
OF INTEREST TO STOCKMEN,
MAM" t'AI ri.f si II. I, ON IIM. HANOI s
HfAHV I Olt silt I'M KM',
"oiiip I orty 1 lioiiniinil Head In the t'bilus
t ouutry and thn 1'nn Hnudlp lies-
tliipel for Unnsss t'lt) -Oilier
Mews unci Oostlp,
The fine condition of late grns thu Jenr
ntid the Ineatt e ondltlon of the .attic mar
ket for the pa-t six weeks, linVe hrpt a
good initiiy entile back on lln Smilliern
riuiK, mid iv gool ninny gixtil beeves are
sllll to come forward from Texas liefore the
season 1 over.
W. 1). Jordan, Inspector lu Ihc Itiireftu of
Animal Inelusti), who wtltes to Colonel Al
lien Dean fiom Auiarllla, Tex , under date
of October 3, says there me l'0 caltl" In
the plain country nml fan Handle of
Texas )et In come to market nml will be
run the next lxty da), uud the bulk of
which will lltiel a market In Kniisns City.
Tho number uf Mexican cuttle ImporteM
Into the fnlteil State lu the Inferled urea
for Seplemifr leported to Colonel Albert
Dean, was '.i.ICO, u filling oil ns compiled
with August, of l,77e
Miles J. Iletls was receiving congratula
tions Siturdny ovei the arrival of a llltle
girl, weight S pounds.
Central Missouri is now turn tin a num
lier of Its fat hogs this mouth. J II. Hum
mel of Slater, Saline county, htid In 13
choice hogs Snturdiv that averaged 27g
pounds. They wen- sold bv the Chicago
Live Stock Cttniinlsslou Co. at SI 10. .V
higher than an) thing else of the da).
.Morgan fowcll, W.nrlck, Kas., had In
L M. McCrocklln, Derby. Kas,, was here
Siturda) with cattle ami hoir.
Ili'iir.v Williams, Smith Centre, Kas.,
ciiiue lu with cattle and hogs Satiiida).
M I'. lined of Chicago and A. T Atwater
nnd Major II M. I'oll.ird, or St. Louis, weie'
at the .vards hat unlay
.Mi t.ucii lli-os., fait limy. Neb., were lu
Saturdii) wlih hog".
J. K. .Morse, Vernon count). Mo, got
feeders heie Saturda).
L C. Ael.un, Ceslarvale, Kas., came 111
with hogs Siturda)'.
Al. C. Campbell, Wichita, JCus , was a
visitor nt the yanls Saturday.
James Powell, Sinltlivllle. Aio . vv.i 111
Sntuiilay with hug.
Khodus Hios , Lathroii, Aio, had In hogs
C. D .Martin, Poor Cieek. I. T., was at
tho yards Situidnv with cattle.
.1. . fullei .V Sein, Deiilson, Kas., weie
heie Siturd.iy vvllh hogs
.1. f. Hates, Nortonvllle, Kas,, wu in
Satiinla) with hogs
II. 11. Abraham, Whiting, Kas, was on
the mii el Siturdny with hogs.
Kelley Ilros , l.eavcnwoith count), Kas
got feedeis here Saturda)
C. II Ki-ll.illil. Gliard, Kas , was at tin
)ards Suliiidii) with bogs
I) A. Coopei, Pawnee, Neb, had In hogs
Lowe Giunbel. Sulphur Springs, Ark
were here )esoidav with hogs.
1! G. JXi'bon. Teciiinseh, Neb., was on
the )ards Situnbiy with cattle.
.1. W, DoIVvpi, fiedonla, K.is , cime In
Satuiilav with hogs
.1. W. Worl, Sleillug, Nell, wa.s here Sit
in 'l.i) with hogs.
W iC Smith, Portis, Kas , was al the
yards )esleiel,i with hogs.
Almuo Hesil. Valencia, Kas , had In hogs
13 H llowerton, Ale Cune, Kas, c.une in
S itunhi) vvllh hogs.
Smith Hiei-, Woodbine, Kas, were here
Saturd.i.v with hogs
Coikwdl .v: Tilplett. Galesbuig, Kas . had
111 hogs Satuubi)
.lelllN O'tilt.Miv IN.IIItlll.
ibleiwn I rom n Hogg) While llrl i lug Mil b
a oiing V e Kit in.
Attorney John O'Grady went drlvlig
)esttidav. accnmpanleel b) a voung belt
whose- name III" li'flises to ieve.il. As Hi,
were- passing along fast fift, enlli siu.i
ne.ii Hlmwooct tonieter). the tioise bocaiie
filhteiicil at some object lev the inait-sleli-
and plunged wildly ovei an embiiiik
meiit twelve feet lu height .Mr OGi.idv
nnd his companion weie thrown fiom the
buggj. Air O'Gi.id) lindesl oiS his he ml
Ills jiw wa fmotuicil, his scalp cut In
several plates nnd Ills nock veils seven I v
inuiseci i ne w om in eseapi'ii vvmi oni) ,c
sllrht sealn wound
Mr tvtlia.lv was cnr.led to a d,g sioi
near by. anil nfteiw.uds -taken to Dr. Hal-
lev's private hospital, ut I3lghth meet
ami Lvdii avenue. Theie tils tiijnilis
were utteiuled to. and he was s,.n in n
carrlago to his room al No f2t Walnut
After the accident the horse rnn for
in in Iv half a mile He was iln.illv Mopped
by tvio small bo)s. who drove him to a
liierv stable at f.lghteetith .street and
(ii.ind nvfiiue, whete he was left for his
ownei to call for him
Dm lug the excitement attending the re
moval of Mr ri'Gr.nlv fiom the eliug store
lo the hospital, thu woman bonrde-d a e.ii
and went home
Mrs. VVIiislim's Soeuiiixr. Sviilii' for rhll
tl re ii teething, softens the- gums le-diice-s liulnm
iiutluu, nlla)s pain, cures wliul colic. 25c a bottls
Thieves hrokn Into a vnennt houe nt
No .1J1S Peer) aveuiie nvvne-d b) .1 W. L
Aleirlll, and cut out all the Ie-.i.l pipe
Alcsoniae Hnnd). a eolori-d gill living at
2IX Holmes stiee-t, was aiiaekid liv a
ll. Inns dog at Tlilid and Unions streets
esteiibi), anil seveii'lv bitten on tin- I. ft
aim The dog will be kill, el it the poll, e
can locate the owner.
Peter Hurke, of Libert v. Alo fell down
a lllght of stalls on Walnut sticet, mar
Tweltth, vesteidii) morning lb spiaiin I
Ills left wrist ami sustained two s. alp
wounds. He was nltendcel b) the polh e
G. 13 Thayer, of lS.'l for.-t avenue,
reported that someone niteieel his house
Saliirdny night and can led nway a gold
vvate n anil .nun. a oimuoii.i weighing
thieo-fourths of a. carat, und two spring
A limn giving the mime of John Lewis
of Chicago, leiiteel ,i loom fiom Mis f ,1
flartoti, at .",1.1 Alain street, Satuiilav Dm
lug the night someone lans-inked the room
occupied ii) C, 13 Lewis, niui se. und I
Lewis has elle-appeun d.
The funei.il of Johanna O'Connor th. .
x ear-old girl who was elrowiml at No tsti
Drlpps street Satiinla) .ifteinnon was held
nt Iho Cathedral )istrrdiy afteino..n, II.
I'cilln-r Glennnii otlb I.itlug Huilal was in
Alotint Si. Alao's cemelei).
Filled with ei de.slio to sis me an e lo
cation. Hen Goldhlat broke Into the Hum
boldt school hillliliug vester.'u) ami i.ir
rkd nwav a lot ot books belonging to the
pupil-., lie was auvsied by Ollleer Ah -Tlgue,
mull will explain to Jihlgo Joins
The funeral of Kmll f leslun.an. the M-ye'.ir-olel
boy who died fiielii) fiom the
eftects of wound miide by his blather
with a julr of scissors on Septtmbei .'.'
was held at Ills late hnun, No. IC Hollies
street, jcste-r.l.i). Huii.il w.is lu 131mwood
Ilenr) Kiauss nml John Kynn wnlheel
Into ii saloon ut Oak street and lade-pent-e-iiee
avenue- Inst night to gi t a drink
Some "bar llles" asked them to lui) for
the- iiovvd, but the) refused. The "bar
llics" followed them to the stn-tt mid as
James Ci.ilg and Clinrle Whltlbdd be
labored i licit- other over the head wlih
clubs on fast Thlnl sinel )cst.ela) uite-r-noon.
When thu light wa.s stoppoei by
Ollleer Mat Dally. I'talg's left e)c w.is
closes! and Wlilllle-ld had a kugo lump
on Ills head Huth were locked up on
charges of dlsmdcily conduct.
A thief enteied the house at 2e! In.le
pendenco avenue )estenlay moinlug. He
llrst went Into tho room occupied bj A. 13.
Parks, and secured a pair of cutis with
link buttons, two shiits, a collar mid tie
Then ho went Into the room occupied h)
A. Burnett, donned that gentleman's
new- Alelton oveicont. mid walked out with.
out leaving his addicts. Tho pollcu ate
looking tor nun.
Garden of Eden?
BY EDWARD S. MARTIN
What rcilly is known of the site of the
Garden and where it was supposed to be
Interestingly told in the October issue of
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