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TIIK KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. TUESDAY. OCTOBKltS, 180.1
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SEEKING NEW INDICTMENTS,
Tirr. (inM,iiit t utitisor. to
ik rtici ion rttiMi.i in ui-
Ullallne Hmnjjr of eiiui May .iinntint to
I Itttc Itntitlnirj nml Mrs. Ilrnillitiry
Itlr 1ttfgrnitl Snrr lillrn
ili-nM tiitlret In-Otlirr cw.
The ijrnnil Jur convetiril jcstcrelny
morning nftor a nook of vitciilloit nml
spent tnot rtf tht forenoon exnmlnltiK
into tlio vomtplrnev liy which tlir Second
until pint; of iHilltlcIniif mntill'iilntoil the
balloti In the clnotloti lint (nil. Tlio
ii-stilt of tho Clark ttlul win eiicotinii;.
ltii,. So long ni a contctlon ob
talntxl In Clnrk's ciipp, which win consid
ered by Mr. .Iiitnlsoti tut tho jicnkest of
tho wholo parcel, n stroiinciut effort li
to bo mnilo to eemv nililltlonnl Inellct
nio 11 Ih iikhIiioI May, Owsley, Mornn and
others whose cnsei limo been "cnt on
chanee.o of venue to I'lntto count).
It further Indictments nre returned
against thcte men the ciiacs will come to
trial before JiuIro WofforJ, as It Is not.
Bitch an easy matter to secure n cliniiKu
of venue iih It wan fecicri! months uro.
l'ormerly tt onlv requited the iillliltivlta
of three disinterested witnesses to secllle
change of cntie, but now, under tho
new law, which went Into effect In June,
n prcimuiKiHl hearing of the cne must
be held In open court and twent-llo
icputablo witnesses testify that tho de
fendant cannot hnvu n fair and Impittlnl
til.il In the county In which he Is In
dicted Then, too, the JuiIro has Complete
Jurisdiction In the matUr of allow InR the
case to be transfened. Hefore his opin
ion carried no weight with It. lie had
no decision vvlintovet' wo to Rrnnt the
tequet. That was why why I'lnrlt did
not Ret n chaiiRe of vuiilo. His attoi
nejs were piep.ired to luttoduce a vn.tt
number of witnesses who would swear
that ho could not lecelve a fair trial in
Jackson county, but they wete lesti-ilnetl
bv Judge Wofforcl, who was com I need
thaL Claik could li-ive a fair trill, and
lie tefused to sustnlii the motion lot .1
change of venue
Assistant I'liisoeutlmr Attorney Neil
met with the Rt.md Jtuy cUUil iv moin
Ing and the Hist witness Introduced was
1. II. lli.idbuiy After he hnd been on
the stand for a couple of hours, his wife
w.isluoURht In and It Is said gne valu
able te.stlmonv against some of the con
spliatois That Hiadbuty Is a nluable
wltnt foi the state was plainly estnb
llhed durlig the Claik ttlal, his evi
dence being productive, In .1 gieat
measure, of the eidlct. lie knows the
in oi kings of the gang thotouglih and Is
not afraid to divulge them Attorney J
.1 Williams s iv s lie was one ot tliun and
lie ought to be complett h on the Inside
This accusation made no tlirft tend1 to
Hr.ulbui v, however, and he went ahead
and gave his testlmonv
Prosecuting- Altotnev .1, unison was not
nlnne In hl.s etttlmnto of the vvenUness of
the case against fl.uk. The other side
entei tallied the .imc opinion and at
tempted to throw out the Impulsion
dining the tilal that Claik bad a cinch,
that he could not be convicted There
was no conspliaey, they aiguid, and
least of all did Claik hive .in connec
tion with one, weie such .1 thing estab
lished. Now tiiev entei tain a vnsth dlf
fuent opinion, and .Mr. .1 unison thinks
i numbei of tlum will inn over enth
other in order to turn htntt-N evidence
This stale of a I fa Irs is Just what the
piosecutiiiij attorntv -incl Ids ilst'ints
have been woiklng for and they aiv wnn
ileifullv well pleased that It should have
taken so favoi ible a tuin
Tollowlng Bt.iilbiu v and his wife M
ID Wood, maiiagei of the AWstein Union
Tekgiaph Comp.ui, and A H I'.lehuds,
manager of the Postal, were taken be fine
the giand juij, tach beailng a small
pack-ige of teltgimns which an- lepoited
bs the .state to have b en s, nt bv and to
John Ma, when it was known thit
Ut.idburi showed signs ot w likening
and tin nlng stnto's ev leleue e, and some ot
which weie lecelvid and sent aftoi
Hiadhuiy was in San ri.inoNio and
Poitlaud. Oie The telegi mis wile all
published In the Journal a month igo
and told for themselves that finiiil hail
been committed at the election and thai
lliadbuij had been paid to sta out of
John Mnv was Indicted fen tunning
witnesses out of town ttul Miceee eleil in
bavlng his case tout to Platte Clt,
where It now iests, having been dt lived
because of eloniiu id- It is set fot net
ttini. but will tin doubt be postponed
iignln. as It is almost Impossible to get
the witnesses to go to Platte Cltv, main
of them being too oor to stand the ex
pense Accoidlngl It Is the object of
the .state to seviue new indictment
ngviinst Mitv, Owsley and Mruaii and
tompel them to come to tilal In this
county, whcie. It K thought, tin v will
snifter the tate of Claik, who vvnt eon
tictoel on a charge of being one ot theli
Attci the gt.ind juiv hid onmlnid
tho witnesses mentioned, the matter w is
allowed to test foi a d iv 01 so In hope
that new evidence would come to light
The piosecutlng ntlornej Is hopeful tliit
another one of tho gang will tuin state's
evldenco and thus aid him In his objict
The attoinevs lor Clnrk went bcfoio
Judgo Wotioul isteida and tiled a
motion for a new trial A.s the weie
not teady to give bond, the couit did not
11 one, but will do so to-da In
answer to a motion which will be tiled
in an est of judgment, and which will
peimlt of tho defendant's lelease on
Ueorge J Pleice, the step-father of tho
convicted election judge, is moie alut
than any ot the indicted politicians in
Ills elfoits to have his bun u leased tiom
cu.slody, despite tho fact that he Is less
ionceruedb tho , outlet of tho Jut than
a great many of them. It Is thought
the ball will be placed at u ligiuo sm
ptlsliigly near $1,000, nnd that the bonds,
men will come tiom the county couit
building, as fi leads of Pleice, who Is a
deputy under Shttlff O'Neill
In the motion for a new tilal tiled is.
tciday, tho usual chaiges aio made that
the vet diet was. contiaty to tho evldenco
in tho case a.s well as contiaty to law.
homo other te.isons aio olfeied, among
"That the couit admitted illegal evl
denco for tho state nnd excluded im
portant testimony for tho defense that
chould have been nclinltted
"That new evidence ha.s been seemed
nnd that the Jury by examining the poll
books and mlsbeh ior made it fair tilal
Impossible, nnd that tho veullct was In
opposition lo teveial membiib, of tho
"That Juror Mnilntt and Coieman
Tesko hnd said betoio tho tilal If they
sat in win case inoy woum otu to con
IU "That tho couit did not fully lecognlo
tho clcfen.se In making up Its liistiuctlons
and made other mlstukes.
"That tho couit lominltled eitor In ie
ftihlug lo grant a change of venue, In ie
fiiblug to quash the Indictment nnd In
icfuslng lo bustaln the domuirer of the
defence to tho state's evidence.
"That tho state committed fintid in
only placing the names of lle witnesses
upon tho back of the Indictment when It
Judge Woffoid did not set a time for
hcailng tho aiguniPiits for a new ttlal
but It will piobabl bo llxed for this
It Is claimed by Clnik's fi lends that he
did not teceive fail tieatmeut at tho
)iandb of Judge AVolford; but it is uio
remembered that the Judge wn eiy
cautious in admitting evidence that
would be detiimentJl to the defendant,
when ho thought It had no beaiiug on
thu oic and in many instances when he
wus In doubt as to thu evldenco intro
duced by the state, he ruled It out, s ly
ing that It wus not his putpose to leach
a verdict by any roundabout methods.
On the occasion of litadbury's testimony
us to his knowledge of the conspiracy,
the court ruled it out as not Just.
Claik was visited yesterday by a lurge
number of friends who carried him fi ult
end other edibles and condoled with him
In his hour of distress. Up bears up wrll
In his confinement, having only the one
regret that ho nllowed hlmelf bv prom
ises of money nnd good Jobs lo be made
n. tool. Ills nttnrup hate forbidden
him to talk, nnd he puts In his time
Rtudlngover his downfall Ho did tint
look for a conviction It was tho last
of his PTpectatlnns He think, its his
tittoines think, that the ease. If refused
n new ttlul bv Judgo Wofford, will not
hint llfteen minutes In the supreme lotul
His faith lit hks Ultimate vlndlc itlon is
tih: u i:sri'oiu- i.w risi:.
It t iMic p Oner Mnrn lint l gnlii Text
pnni'd to October IS,
Just who wilt represent rtport when
the mandamus milt brought bj Align'
llnhn nnd John rieldlng, to compel Wcst
tort to lii. peelnl ln bills under ordl
nnnco Is tlnally henrd, Is the subject of
much dleiislon at tho court houie nt
present When the milt wnn brought the
olllee of proecutliig attorue was being
fought for b It. J ttmrnhnm and I'rea
eric k urllllli one of whom wa nppuluti'd
bv Mnor Hlavelis nnd the olh. r 1) n
clliiio of coiinrllilioti Irrl bv Alderman Mc
Millan. Since that time both of these gen
tlemen have Rtepped out of the way, nnd
A S Marley bus licen appolnttd to the
When the cio was cnlled In Judge Hob
oirs court jentprtlny morning, nil three
of the nttornevs were there to take West
Itort's pnit Hut t an agreement among
the atiornejs on both sides the cn.' una
laid over, nml mode a opclnl cnlt for Oc
tober 1? Then Judge Jjobon will decide
who will reptesent tho clt.
( imrt, of Aiipncl leptlng.
The October term ot the Kansas City
court ot appeals begun jesterdny The
ilfl wais devotisl inostl to nrgiimntu on
inses nppctlvd from the Jiickon nnd John
con county circuit courts Tho mse In
which i-Justlce ot the Pence Itos W
latshnv nks for n chniigc of venue will
not be argued until next K mining, and
no decisions will be u-ndored until Octo
Among the proceedings of vesterdny
was the nppolnttmnt of a ccimnilttio to
eamliii Juinttn J Inkn and W, C
Mlchnlls, who hnve made application to
pmcttce law The commltti e eoulls of
ilrant I Itosc n?vclg, J. V. J. ICarnes and
Prancls M. Mtuck.
Ilmt I'ay tin Ir Own Sm'oplng.
li-om now on the Justices of the pone of
Jaelcon county will hive to ninki' their
own arrangements to have their olllces
leaned, for tho county court d clued
Msterday that it will pav no more sal
aries to Janitors In Justice s' courts This
eletcrmliiitlcin was reichct a lew mlnirte
after the court e omened ve sterday, when
Im. C Ilucktii'1 the Jinltor in Jiuttlcn 'vS nils'
eotllt, lueenteil ,i bill for i "", closely
followed bv n bill for JJefli) from Itenrv
Divld, janitor for lustlci Joyce Ilmkner
wanted pay for two months' work nt fi
per month Ho had also spent "' cents for a
broom, nnd thought tln court should pn
the Height. Oivld wanted pay since June,
at tho t.ite of $3 per month
o atore llnntit) em Uolf Srnli.4.
When J P. Summers carried n wolf scalp
into the county clerk's olllee tliu-e weeks
ago tho elerk wrote to Jefferson fit to
Heme a Mnt liountv for Hie piece of
hide The leplv wan that the Iit genei il
iis,.iii,ij jn,i filled to make an approprli
tlon for bounties P vvhen Mr isiimniers'
tiophv was presenter! to tho countv court
acsterday, In order to 6ecnre the prize of
lered b the counts. Judge Stone ordered
the monev pild nml the haunt offer re
minded for till time
I'ollll. ( OCirt llltpc 114 llillUH
In police court csteiilnv Clnrb-s hlt
Ilelil .i pciee ellsluibcr, was lined $let 4.
but ttlelenoni was lined JIO for dlsorckrl
condivt, .mil .limes l,rn was given f, for
ellstiirblng the peice These lines weie nlso
nsfessul John Mill tin vagrant, $lu, I.e e
Smith. John linger- Janus bnilth, John
T iv lor and It S Kelly, f.a each fot dlsor
deilv vondiut, William Iohn"on was lined
$. for disturbing the pern-.
V I milling Mini Hunt i Dlioric.
Theodore Hrorkiuan, n. trivcllng mnn
cniploveil bv Si litnel?i't s sporting goods
lionse hi ought suit foi dlvoiec- from Cora
Hioekmin vesteidny The were married
in Vine mint, IM.', and Hv.d togelhei just
thtrtv days when All-, iJiockm in went
to hei f.ithei s home in Il.itmibil Mo
hhe hi-, nevei r tinned to hei husb end
v ho w.es nearly iwenty-llvo yens hei
senior. .. .jitx
I ceo Iiii in iiniietlcetm.
The Holton niectile Coinpinv with it
capital sioi k of lOOei) was Ine oipornteil
M-ierdi by ("liiiiuc A Ituss nnd W 11
Hlood li oi Katis is City and 1. I
Honi biaki' ot Holton Kiw The company
Will Clt Cl III CiCCtUCtll SUJipill 1
The lrlj'g.s-s,tono Miimifae tilling Com
pmy which will make clothing, illi-d in ti
tles of Incoiporitlon yesterdiy, 'the cap
ll.ll tot k Is Kiel
llltllll i .Vhslull.
Johnson .V P.dersnn, t illots, it ' Miln
stitet assigned to all eudllors yesterday,
n lining 1! A P.nrllett us trustee 'the
nihilities of the. Una are J". Oein
unit rsnle 4 ,
'the tlb loof on the county Jill hns he-en
leaking bully of lite, and the county conn
his ouleied A lc Ih Hie toniiaeioi,
who built the roof, to lepali the dnm.igo
a l once
llio county couit onlned I H l.alhy
nnd J i' Hunting sent to tho poor farm
as pinpcis, vtsieidav X. Ither ol the men
has lived in Jatksoir county for niiny
months, but both who sit k and destltult
int. (.tisi i. in dim, i.i.ntutr,
Ttie Noted (bingo IIHIiib Mill sIPt
HiinieaH t lly.
Itev. Dr P aiiuniiliis of Chicago,
the famous nnd eloquent veiling divine,
who his bun the miuagei and dire i toi of
tho fitnoiis Almoin Institute of th it tlty,
Iuik been engaged lo leetilii) In Kansas
City, Kns m Hani roft's TiIiliiiiiIi, cm
the evening of the lSth Inst He will speik
on "A Chiiptu in the lllitorv ol Liberty.'
The Itetiire Is given under the iiusplct t of
the Pi deration nt Clubs of Kansas City,
las Ticket an on "lie at Iliyant .v.
Douglass', Tenth and Walnut, and at Os
borne .v. Pltrat's on Main street
still I it i ti nt I. hi rott,mi.
There aie still people In the city milling
the piogi.inimo uf tho Pilests ot Pallua
festivities mid despite the vv bit publicity
given to tht fact that tath c opv requires
I cunts postage they pine but i tints on
the p u kngu and allow It to be held In
tho olllee heie Yesteiday there were
twtntv held up for pot ige. Altogether
time huve been about Mm held, but many
of them have since been dellveied Supei
liitoudent Wnlkcr took pilns to see that
they were de live ltd ami so had cauls sent
to turtles toi whom the picl.ages wtro in.
tended, notifying them of thu fit. t th.it
the pteknges weie held. 'I hem has been a
very geneial it spouse to the notltes and
time i cm lilt but 2uo of thu lot
An elTrtilvi cure fur torn tint gives tomlort
to His (eel U lll-tliMiioliM. IStts.
I'AiikEu'a lii.v.ui 'leiMorurea Inward pains;
(II tier 1'lniM or Mr. lines.
.Mr Thomas It Morion, who went Hist
uvtial weeks since with M Thcodnre i",
II ites, of the Kuiisis (ty A. Atlantic)
inllway, has ieliiind to the illy lie was
with Mr. Hues on biialnesH tonuected with
thee pi ins of Hut eoiporatlon and was re
tained then) completing the matte is of ur.
ge ut jmpoitauec, While the pi ins of Mi
lutes am not made public. It Is n ported
that he Ik boon to pay another fait to
this city toi the pui pose of pushing along
some otnet interests ipai nave ueeu Held
I I null e I'liiliil Hurley Itc e iiil iire'il.
In a little hut on tho Missouri liver bank
l'ollte Olllcei 'lliompson totiiul Ihmna lliu
ley hiding yestenlay afternoon Ho took
her to the Celitial station, whc-ie sho was
locked In a cell. Tho pollco hno been
looking for lhnma for several weeks faho
wus sent to th woiUiouso eirly In Hoptem
ber for breiklng unotlur woni ill's jaw
with a brickbat, but escaped the llrst week
hint was time. fcho has esiape.1 three
times- fiom the woikhouse.
As white us pearls her dainty teeth;
Her ruby lips with ioes vlej
Her mouth nude klssable; her breath
As sweet as gales fiom Ant by.
lint nothing strange In this appears
foi bhe's usei bOXODOXT for years.
fto Appointment et.
Oily Cltik Curry stated yesteiday that
he had not dctUU.il on the person whom he
intended to appoint to occupy thu posi
tion of extia clcik In his olllee. This is tho
otlice created by tho council at ita lust
I s a positive cure,
Never fails to eradicate Catarrh.
Others may imitate, but the
Zenith of perfection remains
On PINOZONE'S side,
Now our advice is, try it III
Everybody uses PINOZONE,
til A MhDICHi CO., rhihdclpliia, Pa
KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI.
Wholesale Distributing Agents for
Mo., Kaj. ami Colo.
WIFE BEATERS PUNISHED.
Iwn Men, Unit l' m limit fur llruUIng
llulr lti'ttir llnUi, Miiki. tlin Ac.
epiilllitiitlt e of ttuilgo dcitei .
Jacob Wollcr hid bee li tick In Ids borne
ut 181"i Plora nveiuiu for several inonthn,
and his futlier-ln-liw, W. 11. 1'loittoii, sili-
portcd tho family. Weller vtnn strong
enough to leave his bed last Saturday, and
one of the llrnt things ho did wns to whip
hlit wlfe Tlu n he chaeel his fathei-ln-law
Into the yard and down the street, lie
was airesleel, nnd In pollLr court e sterday
.lodge Jones lined him VO and read him
a mveie li eturu on Ingratitude Weller
Insolent! turned to Ills wife in toiirt ami
Hiiirled "ou will regict this di's woik
ns long ns ou live "
The eomt orcltn.il him to be kept fdlent
"If ou op" n votir head again, silcl the
Judge, "I will send ou to the workhou.o
lor a year"
Welltr was led Into a Fide room, but he
kept very unlet. Liter he wns taken to the
workhoue, where ho will bu kept 1U0 ela.
llccailKei he was Jealous ot Ills wife,
Citoihn Watklns whipped her In a brutal
niitmie-i The Watklns live at Twniily -sixth
and ell-mil avenue nnd !tn WatkltiH his
been suppoitltig Im husbniiel and the It
three chllclieii by heel elilly 1 ibor hitiirdiy
Watklns was In an ugly hiiiaol .cud In beat
Mrs Watkltt" with IiIh lists till her fate
bidmnliv iliKColorilloiis lie wis iiustid
and In police' court yesterday Judge loins
lined him "0 The Judge told Witklns
that ho win a dlsgtaci to hum.inltv, and
unlet id him to leave town nftei he had
scivetl out His line
FIRST FALL MEETING.
(mniiiiTi lul e lull 111 IttKiime Ope nil lium
I liU 1 vt nlng.
The eighth nnntvtisiiv meeting of the
Commeiclal e'lub will be held lo-nlt,ht
in the club looms In the Exchange build
ing I'tc side nt titoige W I'lillei will de
liver an inldre-sh, in whleli In will it. view
tho work of tile, club during the pist year.
Ho will be followed bv Presldcnt-i li t
A H teii, who will deliver Ills iniiii
gui il iddrt-- hpe, ohes wit al-o lw in ide
by the oilier olllee rs of the club and the
clinliincii of the standing committees will
Theie will be" nn Inform il reeeptlon and
n reunion of tht members, mill of whom
liavi- not met since It eiiljeiurnid for the
siiinmei v.h itlon A numbei of persons
who nn not m rabi rs of tho club have
lien lnvlteel to nlti nd anil partako of Its
liospltalltv will h will eontlst of refiesh
me nts htilt iblt to the decision An oi
ihfstra will lender tholeo musltal si lec-t!on-
di: v i it or i ici i .i. n.vnitis.
A KmlitlH C it v N.MtHpupi r Mtu sin iiuiIm
to I y plcciict I eve r.
Mr I'red J II irrls, an editorial writer
on the st.nf of the Kansas City Star, die d
at St losiphH hospltnl nt "t o'clock ti
tcrduy mot nlng, aftn a slinrt illness Ills
death wns e iue d bv typhoid fevei, with
which he had li en 111 slum last Tuesday.
Mr Hiirils hid been connected with the
ht ii about two months He was a native
of Iowa and was but il years of age He
enme to this illy from Junction Cltv,
K is , where he had lived foi about three
yetirs I'uvlmib to Ids in iking his home
then he lived at Hays City He was a
lawyer by piofesedon unci was e lee li d lo
the position of piusictitlng attorney ot
tit my county hist lall He gave up the
law to take upnewspipci work for which
he was well lilted Ht was a clever wrlic r
of pot ins and sketches lie leaves a wife
and foul children Mis Hanis Is a sister
of I'l ink .Montgoint ly ol the lin?is
Ulcere and Topck i Mall. The bodv win.
taken to Mini Hon fltv laht nlt,ht for
burial Mi Hauls was a gentle man of
high ihii.utei nnd wns much istecincil by
jll of his assoelites ami friends.
MIMS1I Its1 Al.l.l VMM'.
I Iriit Milling uf Uie (IrgaiiUilbiu foi ThU
) e or.
Tho flist inciting this ye ir of tho Min
is tt is1 Alllimo was held yesterday moin
lug at the oiing Men's Christian Asso
ciation building, President Ilov Charles
Jt. Ilriiio occupied tho chali, and Itev
A II Phillips ueted as secictai)
'I ho meeting w is lirgely atlemled Mli"t.
liurgess, the slate teciciary of the Young
Somen's Llulstian Acssotiatluu, .u'dicss
d thu uiliilsicrs on Ih.- work of tho oi
gauUatluu Itev Chin Its II Mitchell pro.
setiled thesiibjict of the new work house,
and a re cumuli delation that It be built was
p tssed Itev Jiiliu II h. wall spoke of the
Civic rederatlcin of Kansas, which wus oi
ganltct list June He urge el tho ministers
In take steps lo tvitiul Its lueiubcishln
'lho work of i lie I'lltieutoii ovangellhtlo
party, nhlili airlvttl heie list evening,
was pu muted by Di II Morton, one
of the paity. The alll men will elect olll
ee Th for the ensuing year net Monda
Mariidoua it, mills
Prom i letter written by Itev, J flundei
111 ill. of milium! lie, Mich , we uu pel
mlttid to m iko tills exit ict "I have no
h.sltatloil III lecoiuineiiding Di. King's
Jvtiv Discover, as tho lesiilts were ulniost
iniivelous In the ease of my wife. While
I was pistol of thu Baptist Church at
Itlvea Junction slit was brought down
with Pneumonia succeeding l.t Oilppc
Telilblo puovysms of cougldug would
list hiniit. with littlci lute ii uiulun mm
tt seemed us if she tould not survive them
A fileiiel recommended In King's Nt w
Dlttovtiy: It was quick in its work and
highly satlsfaeioiy In (esulis " fa0, l(
II ', Arnold, diugglst, noitliwpst tenner
I lltll nun -lllllll slice is; .1 iilllllius, I'Utue
iltug sioie, noithwest coiner Main und
Twelfth streets: rcdeimiiim .V. Hallai,
nianiuiiil iliug store, Wl Main htrtet.
tttguiar sue, iuo unci i.
sipttuilitl l'ollte Court Itttortl,
The clerk of the liollce couit has. tlulsheel
his lepoit foi thei iiiomh of hepti tnU i. it
shows Hint 6J2 cases weio clotketed, tllut
then, weie 31. couvlctlons that UT aliened
ollcndeis weio illschaigee!, and that nine,
ty -tin eo cases weio ellsiulssed. '1 lie Hues
ussessed uggiegated $v?l SO, of which siuys
weie given on U7l Wlhe appeals amounted
to J115, und (ho itmlttances tulilecl Jluu.
looking for Mrs. .1. P. s uider.
Jesso 1'. Sanders has wiltten tho police
from Decatur, Mid, to get some tiate of
his wile, who lives, In this city Sindits
is slowly dying of consumption, and hu
wiltes thut ho has a lot of pioputy in
Ohio thut he wants his wife to look aftei.
Mis. bundeis eame Imo several inuuths
ago from ypiinglleld, ill .
A special meeting of the Kansas City
Kcpial Suffrage; Association wilt be held to
morrow iu the club rooms of the C'oatcs
1 House ai o.4u p. m. .en cumimuec- ap
pointed on convention work aro lequeuted
to report at this meeting, as especial
tbuslnessa must bo tran-.cte-.
I EXTENSIVE IMPROVEMENTS,
Mien miimiv in in: Mi'rsr iiv tiii:
MMIttlPOI.il N IIIMI'AM'.
The I let ilril Hotel to Its Ulelriieel nml
(lininlrdt lie Mull, I I in. I ruin I lis lie.
pot to lie Ite built-Pro. pie t Atrinin
Mill Usee Use trie It j.
The Metropolllitu Strest llalheny Com
pan liitetuls to fpotiil half a million ilol
hits In rebuilding ami Improving the v IH
4iiis table and ilectrlo lines of lho' fjs
tem within tho next vrat,
(lenernl Hupciltitondctit C 1' Holmes
last night outlined what the company Is
How doing nnd what it lute udn to do iih
lapldly as the work can tie uiiompllsheel,
'1 he electric lines tiro being given attention
llr.it tloth the Hoseeltile uml the Vine street
lines halo been cuutiectel with the power
houe at i:ighteenth mid Olive nnd with
the Holmes ttect power house, no that
each ma bo run from ilthtr power houe.
This not only Insults a better Fcrvlcc on
the lines, but Is a ufeguird against de
lays fiom breakdowns
the work of completing rebuilding the
Armuurdnlii circuit line Is tunv well mulct
wn On this Hue th' re will bu an e utlu 1
new eipilpment throughout ntul anew nvei
head Mtruetiite, so that when the Ttork
Is complete d tho lluu will be practically a
new- one The new renin it, which are now
being mounted, arc tilth li hngtr and bit
ter th m the old ones and the line an re
constructed will be one of the llltest In the
eeiuiiti The rebuilding will cost about
)iP,iO anil It Is hoped to have It completed
by Decembi I 1.
The most extensile Improvement which
the compiii' has In view Is the almost
tompli te rebuilding of the "I," ro id, at an
(Stimuli el lout of J1cK"i There will be
new rails ami nn entile- new eiiulpment
with a new bridge aerns the ICnw, whlih
alone will lost f OH') The thvalcd strut t
tire Is to be widened tluce feel nnd heavy
giiitld rails put In so as to grentlv lessen
the chance of accident. It will take at
least u vear to finish this big task is 11 Is
Impossible to get the' rills at present
it Is the plan oC the eoiupniiv to con
vert tho hoisj. car line on l'iopeet ave
nue to an electric line ns soon ns the street
Is graded An ordln nu o for the grueling
Is now In foi e the board of public works
and It Is tpected that II will soon be
favorable neted on ns the pioperty own
ers eleslie the work done ns soon us pessl
hie. '1 he pioposecl grade ennlimpl in s I
tut nt Twetitv-foiirth street and a tilt at
Twi'iitleth street, so as to luako the grade
much tnsler than at prestnt
An extensive Imiiiovenient In the cable
lints Is to be ill nlo In the old main line
of the Kans is Clt Cible Coinpiny from
the I'lilon depot to Itulcpc neb in e and
l'rospcct avenues. I'lactle ill nil of this
portion of the Knnns Cltv sv stein Is to
be rebuilt. 'I he nnlv thing whit II Is de
lnlng the beginning of the work Is the
impossibility ot getting the rails An or
(1, r for i') tons was placed months ngo
with the Johnstown Steel Conipin. und It
wns piomlsed for .September 1 but the
company now sijs that It cannot be de
livered before November 1. I lie work of
rebuilding c.nnot be commence el until the
rails uie received, but whin thry come It
vtlll be pushed with vigor
All the old wooden stilngers and traps
n I e to be taken nut nnd linn ernes put In
'lh ro ulbed will be giouted am! the space
between the rails pived with gi anile, ill ik
ing the line us o!!ct an 1 easy illlng ns
niiv lu the cltv. Superlnti niPnt Holmes
siys thut when the work Is started two
blocks of the road will he reconstructed
eveiv night and the same dlstatu. ov creel
by thepivers the dav following He hopes
to get this work ill tlnlslu 1 befoie the
ili at nt tin. new vear nnd velll do so If the
rails, t in be l mulshed us piomu-til This
work will cost the cotnptny not less than
JICOWiO I he Xinth street incline Is being
ii modi led und mule stionger and sifer
In everv way
Superintendent Holmes ivs tint It Is
the full Intention ot the company to push
nil these improve incuts mil others which
are In view to completion ns lapldly as
possible, believing it to be to their In
lenst to hive till the lines tie longing to the
system in the best possible) condition
nil: nimiv cuti.i.."
A lit mtlfiil spit tmli. Vniioiinieil fur lo
morrow I ve ulug.
To-morrow evening the beautiful Juve
nile -,ixt.ecle, "Tho rallies' Carnlv el, '
will be given its llrst present itlon lu this
city nt tin- Coatts opera house tindei the
niisplets of the fiulld of Trinity rhuuli
'1 he east Is t 1 irgc one and tin puiililctmn
will be a vtry- toinplete out from evuy
puillt of View Whell Will glVell, these
juvenile nITalis always pleisi an I ' I lie
i'aliles' ("Vunlv il ' Is stipe ilor to the usual
inn ot such plays li has a diumlng plot
the music Is blight and pretty and tin
dilutes and mucins be uilifiil '1 in r'
should be u largt attend cm u u ill Hi.
pti foi nnncts, whuh continue through the
week with the exception of 1'ridiy e veiling
Marrlitgn I, It e use s IfcHiitil.
Michael V Nitightin, low i countv
Mur 13 Kllio, 1 msns Cltv
Jost'ph P Ctiiine, Knirsis city
l.ulu Ilcdrlck, hpiinglk Id, Mo
Mirths Ite poll. cl.
!et lu 1, M , and h idle, ;01e, Montgall
nu tine, October 1 n boy
I'ltnti ild. I' I' und Muiy. -I3S summit
.street, October 4, u girl
I'.uklns M r and M., iii't Chestnut
street, October 1, a bo
v itsou, l.lnyd u inn! Anna I, , 1037
Mil tie avenue, October I, a Imy
lliiison. ugtisL and Ihiimi, 17' AH. ti
av i nin Octobi i i, a girl
bnUic is, dtoigt 11 and Iaicy, l,e, I.un
stn et s,, .,,, m, ;,, ,t Kri
Miieklcy, (ieoige V. nnd Daisy 11 ,-iK
l'es'iy avi inn . o lobe i 3, a boy
Unfit Id). John ami .Su.eh, 1.7 st
l.evto, lttobtt "i, a boy.
I.e vine, Jacob and Annie; I'll l.isi Mis
soiui aviiuit, h, puiuber , u Inn
I'liimami, J and J., "Ii0 Hist Eighteenth
stn it, Oe tobel I, a girl
Itiudull, i: D and Annie: C13I llellcfon
tulne avi nue, lie toper J, a Doy
Jaiksnn, August and Madge, 1101 Char
lotte street, October 4, a gill
llfltlbit lit peirte il.
ICaldln, John: C montliH, Zir, rail mount
iiviiiuo, October ti, cholera Infantum,
burl il at I'lilon cemetery
Cl Utile, Inhanili. -'" veiis, 1121 Hellnvlew
aviniic, Oi tolior 5; phtlitsln puliiion ills,
bin lit) at Mount Ft Mary's i cautery
ocMiinoi, iiannin, u ytais, iniouer a,
1S1I 1'tipps stuei, acciin iitai iiiciwumg,
builal at .Mount bt Mary's cemeteiy
I'lsk. IMsou, 50 yeais, Zvrl Coloi ulo ave
nue . October I, ttiebra! apoplei , builal
ut Ulmwood cemetery.
Inge bus in, Sb iars, Oermjii hosplt il;
Oc loher .', cancer, builal at JvVoihu Calls,
I, u Ins, Mar, i'l ears; 1711 Walnut
stitc t Octobii ", c.udlic dilation, burl il
at I Sim wood lenieteiy,
I'leshmaii, Ihnll, I years; 1! Holiiii-n
Ftnet, Octobtt 5. liemouhago of lungs',
builal at Hlmwood ceinctiiy.
Carltf, llcni, W yean.. Tueutv-tlilnl
and Mercer pi ice, bcjitcmlicr Su, uicinlc
l.urkin, Daniel; V ears, ilglit miles east
of liiilcpe'iuliiue, Mo , b. pieiulicr ."J, lit id
und boely crushed, burial at I'lilon cemc-
Wc Ish, l'atilck, l" yeirs, tight miles east
of ludepe neleiiet. Mo i be ptcinhcr ."i, head
and body crushed, burl il at Union cetne-
ro (eiiiinl gaiunt lllpbtlu i In.
Health Otll. ei Wailng sent a eommuul
tation to Chief II vlu yestcielay cilllng at
tuition to the habit of many . ItUens
of thiowing slops in tht eauh lusliis
iu the re u of their houses 'lho uillcer
e-pl lined that them was an ordln nice cov
ering this point, ami he desiud that all
oficneiei.s be ariesttd and pioitiited Ur
Waring said yesteiday that his reison lor
doing this was on actouiil uf tho pu va
lence of dlphthtiiu It Is his Intention
to e ill tho intuition of the bond of health
lo this matter at to-moi low's nutting,
Beecham's pills are for bilious
ness, bilious headache, dyspep
sia, heartburn, torpid liver, diz
ziness, sick headache, bad taste
in the mouth, coated tongue,
loss of appetite, sallow skin.etc,
vvhen caused by constipation;
and constipation is the most
frequent cause of all of them,
Go by the book. Pills 10? and
851, a box. Book fret at your
druggist's or write B. F. Allen Co.,
365 Canal Street, New York.
-nuuilitUi nut ttua&QOO.OOt) boici.
Stop nlul think hefon sou Invest monev
In n elnzzllng scheme, the projectors of
which promlso n dividend of ro per cent
tho llrst cnr.
Hlop und think before you ellsihnrge a
faithful old emploe for a trlllltig fault
Dviryhoely In huslncs knows that llrst
elis men nro Imrvl to get
Ktop anil think before y ill lake the llrst
remedy thtust at otl for Hint annolii,
cold ou got by rtsiire to tho bleak
nutuuiu nlr, A mlst.tka may cot )oi
Stop und think that n stimulant of a
high order Is the best thing In cull , and
thit DutTv's I'uie Mult Whisk. I tin only
real tneslli llinl Ktlinul tut 111 ide otll elrug
gl"t or your grocer will tell oii what a
demand Micro Is for It nt this s- hoii
.Slop nnd think how man of your fininls
have MilTctctl from ehtonU sore thro it,
pleurisy and pneumonia bee ause the neg
les ted a ntlght cold. Diiltj s l'uie Malt
Whiskey, warming, Klltiiulntliig and tonl
In Its action, coiiipinrH a cold at (he otitstl.
Stop and think what nn ndvaiitai,o It will
be to vou, and to all the memlnis of your
family, to piss the autumn nnd winter
without a single elav's sickness from e ol I
Then see that a supply of DlllTv'M Till
Mall U hlsknv Is nlwnys In the house.
Slop and think that n famous and uetul
nrtlcle like Dairy's Pure Malt vv hlske Is
liluuys liultat'd Avoid all slums and
eoiiiiti rfelt, Insist on having the genuine,
the only Duff) ,
with as little as $15 or as
much as $50 in their pockets
for a made-to-order suit get
much the best by coming
direct to Nicoll the Tailor,
where they can be correctly
dressed at half the price (for
cash) than their wait-till-you-nlease-to-nav
Iriends who na-
irnnit rrrrlir fnilreec
We prepare special induce
ments for young men in our
$15, $18, $20 and $25 suit-to-order
Well-made overcoats made at
about the same price.
Trousers to order, $4 to $ 1 j. .
samples m Hied.
Corner 9th and iVlam
kvNsvs e in
I'llTstll I) ,
MlNNI 41 1 11 f -LcJiANeilCL-,
SlNTRlNt isi n
- -f itwirai-gj---a-m,--TPi
Js what wo pay tor so
you will leuil our ads.
is whit wo want you
lor. Do you know what 9
a beautiful htock of I'l- I
alios wo cairy?
COME AND SEE.
KANSAS CITY PIANO CO,
1215 MAIN STKEI-.r.
DH.T. n:i.ix ;omti ' oi(it:Ti4
IJKLiiU. OR .1 11. 1 ft VI. Ilk., tl'viini i-
1 tiuuir mn 1 nil) in, rivt h I
MoUiluttlita, lUliun tM-lttUI
i-Aici,-.n.Tirjr blrmuhviiUi.u ,
J' jtutooitthf ,
vtv t iu if uri It
" prop' n mnv
Acttpt nn rounur
fiit vt iu il-tr nun
III. 1 a Nr) klttl
to a UJi uf I) li"'Jt
ton ( tiMUiil), Mi
juu la li Kill lit
II rm, 1 rtiuniijui (J
Mi uru Is 1 runi'
tb It ut hkrinlul
of all tl efbiu rit-m
iv ,, raiion,- rur-" "J
'all niiitrifUt an 1 riey
ilooda IhraltM til tU U d,
ri2D. t, RSrcurc, ?r:p'r 37 0it Jest! Cunt. Viv T:ik-
A OAK I
. . -
'I UlVxr umilil Jtoil
ir 1 N .nd Hardwire Co.
nri'Aiits for cmureR oaiin l
AT Tim HOTHL.
AT THU IlAItnUR SHOP,
AT TUB HOlli:,
THE MI.Vi.lt lOW 1:1, t)(. i,e jnur linen
tltau, purr, litultli t.ork.
Silver Towel & K. C. Towel Co.,
A. C. -I'LKUitijO.N, lio.
"s -v N'" 1
t 9 Xl vl 7s
No place so reliable where
are concerned. Take a day to
compare the prices found ut
here but don't forget to consider the quality. That's aur
Building our hopes for
patronage of the one just passed we ve prepared for a
tremendous trade. Never did stock so large, so com
plete, so varied, so good and so low in prices ever meet
your eye before, livcrything is favorable here for low
prices our rent is just about a third of what up-towncrs
pay; our goods arc bought for cash and in large quanti
ties, making discounts heavy and plentiful, and we're not
under the instructions of a set of foreign stockholders
whose knowledge of local
ited, nor are we a branch store where unpopular goods
from other towns aie unloaded upon us for disposal at j
high figures. We have the markets of the entire world
before us, know good articles when we see them and buy
nothing else. No better goods to be found in town uo
matter how high the price
comparison and you'll buy.
overcoats anywheie from
501, 503 and 505 MAIN STREET,
lot West pth Street, Kansas Clt, i"lo.
Tlio OP! ltelliM" Ileielor. ,)l.let 111 Ak; I.iiiigrt l.eic itloel. rte-gnlusf
l.riellllllo 111 Jliillillnii (Iter !J7 .'liri .Special I'l let...'.
Ailthcirlcet lytlio Suit., to treat TWOVP, HFRVOIIS ti4 SPf HI O'ftifS eTorpi
pll n I i. ' en in I cy r 1 le.li el I
noli m tiuin h. I'i in nn it u
sniL.ii.rvni .. f .1. tr uii-aoor I jle. il
v lr yp
c piM-lc in o nr nit i nit .t ito veiirtuacauil itUtiJon mi e.bUuUalloa Is Irco aud roiul
duiii il, oulifi pci uullynrl i li uci.
Seminal Weakness and Sexual Debility, CTimX
proilucinglt seii, ji mili itinul liiiilie it ntlioJi c, ru he sot I lot. I to litiiel, pniii-e In I at . to
tlisrclllll IHIlulltit e-IIulne NS, liaMllllllirss, Jive 111 II telUllilti lost of n xuul i le s C
manliooil, A. tun II rli' I e-in Mi i ml in 'it I im. h-i ro! tpptm.lii w-r icjiurouerva
Bud liraiu power, euUito and BtrcuKtln i mau j. tin iiucl utaUc juu 1 1 for uiarnabC.
Cr.-.!-,;!:.? tlnttorrll loiUTisc, Innllitil Cj ,.ir.f ,,,v pprmancniiy t eire-n wuujnt
Oypnilib, j run i ml mutt cuifei t ir I LI Iv-L"! s- t.ml f, i ltii., I ru i .
life. Illooeir elsnnliif, SI ill 1) sf isfs, I'lCM, IrtiunelO- pll'n, no e vpoalllc 1 iliti. CB
S wrllhiL'-t ,S iH, i. n rrhaimnil li t.aTiiiull
mom y rein uln
iljuiIV tnjftto m wiin, fiiu il Mrfptuiu r
1 alovoilioa t V offii't ts nml turn, r ir , i
I ulinphuuw ' r" prtl it m imi lltutllUia
littliiliiinl. ii,.l iei.it, r 'wl. i.f inli tliins.
ItfeljiV JWt MUVek Mlt.- . ' ww-----
R,.,m Mlu..,m nf Aivilnrnvr
J-reC jHtlSeUin Ol IltltOniV
li'ti-liUi) moilcls and rax ilrup-3 ilncply ii-prcaj tuo luiud, a -cuuet ot iu Sjnttaya 10 to 12.
atrnclion a Bcrmon wnliocitvc rtls
i it ii,tMMiimiHrJ in ihi tank. iiMch I fc1 forfeit far oSota diseases that I isnnot are.
Tlio MKItCANTILK IS THE FAV0RITK TKX CENT CIOAIt.
l"or k.ilei all rir' elis enlers MannfJe tnred r ifi 1 . IS. Ml i: Ml Ul VV t II I ilt.li;
(I I titory No. il Si l,o ili Mo iiiai W 1 amii Wen in '.&. Wl I.tcIiiAyo has. Ci.j-
ASBESTOS FIRE PROOF MATERIALS.
,i'iitir) tlu uitiHt rouipltto lint In tho WihI tif k1h"u shi ithliiK. Ahitiw
Itnollnu'i Vthitttn I'.ilntb, Im tu l'i ( muring, t It ritu fur Ashuito Illu.ttutiii
JOHNSTON-LEWIS SUPPLY CO.,
isss TT3sriosr ave K:fYsrs.s city. veo.
KA.SSls I I IV, MUkuml,
hi, I (IMS. Missouri.
imhj sash ii mm ciPffi
Corner Ninotcpiilli ami Wyoming Sts., Kansas City, Mo,
lU-'lOMN 111 ritl'-1IIM-1' lltUl.IMNG.
oisiitimnjMi mu'OT.i iv. I HAVANA
Will itiWU VltJJlUs i..U
i4n--r1'eK(vvMaIri. (.t-"S V:ri-r!X!-2:'TV-J.. JL iv u-.--s
MISSllliRI NATIONAL BANS
IflllUUUIll New York Life Building.
nimrrTniim J " V. IIIKOEU, l'resldenl.
Forei-rii Diai'ts Issued ou
good values ami little prices
do your lookinn, if you chooso ;
other stores with the prices found
this season on the generous
conditions is extremely lim
you pay. A visit a look a
Prices for either suits or
SOUTHEAST CORNER OF FIFTH,
I 1 111 t l 1 i II I r I ly I r u .st iii in-
et u.eliviailK lerir. t Atnticini I
I DiirMuuu- it i i Aontt
i -n iho in itu utnl Imuit
Rheumatism ?Aeu-- ?:?
si II 11 t UHI . 'J lio gre lie st in-, vnynitta
ininaU e t I lloiiie. Ou clco 1,1 t ro'le f , 1
I iv il -tT ut. o ftvir ami , t n In ji u tt
1 ro I t tt f w cl tv-e r-OIid J1 . nut of lu 1
w iL eeiiti to fururi tiluir. 1 ......nw
Hir .Men Onl,. I.t pti towlth j ,F ' r " K"
n, 1mc.i .r m t ! uo I Sa m to Ob m.
Dr. DeLop's "RELIEF FOR WOMEN"
IS S.Xli: .IMI AMUls ltlU l.lltl.K.
Tar tetnr ttnn Tjih or l'rui)rojsl 1'ilh and all similar mutl.
rlne AiL(CfilvH ncl in tiiuu mils ot cases ll Ha sure remit;.
I. tiriintetf belli iromiitljr (fe.led, on reiceipt ot II lO Av Jin Ut .
i.id and illnaiiiiomuioin l'iti trnl liy Old Dr Dut.ati, nt l'arl.
1 rune. siietiilUt In Jc in ilo eoiuiil itnt- -1 jrcarV priiiio hoipl i
and tiillce 1 tir s-la In JHHS-ON' lUIOs., lrulm:, IWt SUiJ
bt , Kansas City, Jla bolo Western AceiiU
Hit lit 1. 1, Itlilll-V
NRArK I cn. s. kagub,
UlUnllOi 1 Blakvr, 'lopu
K. I CovGTOS, Cashier. D. A WclCluUEt
.'. U Kuur. 1LJ. HUCKK, S. b. SKUAt.
All Tarts of the Old World.
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