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rsii. kansas city journal Tuesday. ootohi... s, im
KANSAS CITY, KANSAS.
Enterprising Business Men Always Advertise,
Kceley Institute I
JOHN T. SIMS
mill promptly at
OfiV lnihr Welsh
lit. . k. Fourth and
l.c-lef lnllltitr In
IvaitM City, Jin.
llevviir- of rlienp liu
nml illtkil Mutl.ia '
nml Jilted Mnrtnr.
I. Inn., llnlr, Viincl,
l'em-ht unil .'filer
All Mr.ds IIou He
pair Uc-rn done
from ptirn drill's.
.-v. i cur. nit twin mi-, vo, ,- t ,. -
.MIiiiii-biiIii ve. I '
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Justice or the 1'cacc
New number, West T&
MB Mtnnc-nlii ,m-.
All Dullness Promptly
MAK1: Yourself nt home In a
I Ionic Purchased of Us.
$10 A MONTH sto1ViAsXiko
Portsmouth Investment Co.,
nun roUTsoiori ii iii.tu:.
A AUGUST .!., W P. WHITE,
m Dealer and Mntiu
H t.icturcr of
lu marble, and gran
ite. All worn
ft7 .MINN, avi:
Willi I'll 1 1 IT, I'llllll",
oll, iMiki mill
Artistic Pointing ami
Nil. Alii .Minn. At..,,
l-iin-is Illy, Kas.
ij Tho Journal office has boon
removed lrom tho Chamber
oi Commorco to the first floor
of tho Columbia Bulldlnc at
Sixth Btroot and Mlnnosota
Republican Ticket Wyandotte County.
DAVID MAKTIN-Chlcf .liiBtlco
II. I.. AI.Ul;.V-.liiilK. of tho
W. !. 1IOI.T-JiiiIko of the,
ii an 1 nun.
.I. w. i.i)Nnri:i,i.(MV hrirr.
. AV. Slli:illi:i:i)-II.;Ut.r .if l)ceil,
1.i:i)NAi:i) DAM i:i. t uunty CliTk.
.1. W. II0VI.1:TT llurk of tho Common
I Ii 11s Court
. I.. 'l()t)l-Corom.r.
,1. W, .MtXIIIi; CoiiiiiiUilnnor of Seroml
Before the ioth and
secure vour discount.
Wyandotte Gas Company,
liolllll I), lltlMl'll Itlil;;,
'.IOINT.V IN AltOHNTINK
STILL DOINti IlUSlNI:s.
GETTING NO REVENUE NOW.
I'OMMirri.n will csototoim.i'a
sec tiii: (itivcicNoii.
tilllt to l'lljolii the Isviiiinco of llefiinillii
llonds Charged With Vlolullni- tlm
Contract Labor Law IJcof ll.uiers
Will Cuforce the hnlft lloycott.
The "Joint" war In Argentine bids fair
to equal tho 0110 that lias mado Wichita
bo ptomluent of late. Already a big htart
In that direction litis been tnado on both
Several wtcl.h ago a complaint was mado
to Attorney General Daw-en uud Governor
J-;, X. Morrill by Argentine citizens and
t-oon the city oillolals were made aware
uf tho inovi meat through the attorney
general by an order to close all "joints."
Mayor !'. A. Wlllutd then issued an or
der to tin polleo to enforce the prohibitory
law. Kor a tew days It appeared that
tho "Joint" business had received a death ,
Mow, but tho excitement panned nwny and
ugalu the busbies nourished, If appear-
tinces uiM tho atutcments of doen of
Jiien who aio in positions to know, rount '
lor uuythliin'. l.'ach morning caily risers
.eo beer wagons In abundaueo unloadlng
lu front of tho "Joints" and many a man, i
hi the reports go, makes frequent visits to '
There have been but few arrests on this
charge and this la the cause of the recent
Several weeks ago the council passed
resolutions reducing the police force to I
ono man and abandoning the tiro depart"
jneiit. This was done, It Is aii, because '
the revenue of the city was reduced by
the alleged closing; of the "Joints," A
lieavy Increase In the license tax was
also made by the council on the sumo
provocation. While there has been con
Mderable opposition among business men
to this method of doing husliuss the most
xdgorous k(ek Is being mado bocanse of
the radical tetrenchments itiui the failure
to keep tho "joints" closed. Tho opposi
tion to the administration claims that If
the "Joints" keen open the taxpayers
nhould ba given the. benefit of the police
force and lire department, und should not
, Highest Honors World's Fair,
MOST PERFECT MADE,
'A pure Grape Cream of Tattar Powder. Free
'ftom Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant,
40 YEARS THE STANDARD,
South Side, nil
n rou ml the town,
our wngoit travels
dally fur Lnuudry
to ho done.
i.i.h.i Imii miry.
Tel. W. .1H.
Telephnne Wrl (1,1,
successor to Kans-ii iitr Pinning Mill.
Sn.!i, Dnnr. Mouldings, litrnlui nml t'lnti
Inc. semll and II mil saw intt, stair lliiltii-
lug, lliink Counters, (itllin fixtures
mill lliirilmiiiil rinMiim-. I.
mates prmiiptl.v furnished,
Oakland Ave., (nr. Iitist., linn-is City, ltn.
G, W, BETTS,
Jnslicc of (lie Peace,
Mlnni'sulii A venue.
I M.irrl.iii ceremony
pniilliity it requested.
Collections a specialty.
SI-."), SlnO. SHOO.
010 lllsll, Iml.lltce, C-.Tl
S. N. Simpson & Son,
Chamber or Com. Rldg.
Wyandotte Gas o
have an cxorbltnnt license tux Imposed
To-day OcorRO V. IlenJor and four othor
rlilzwiH will ko to Topeka for tho pur
popo of explaining the exact situation to
tJovernor Morrill. It is said the committee
that will present the case to Governor
.Morrill is fully piepiueil to prove the flt
unlion as. It Is said to exist. The governor
will be urgently ren.U"sled to Investigate
tho matter and see thut the state pro
hibitory law Is rigidly enforced.
OPPOSITION TO THE BOND ISSUE
A Suit Piled AgiihiHt tho IkkuIiik of this
Attorney Xathnn C'reo yo-terdny renewed
the tnlt against the elty aulhoiltlos to en
join tho IsMi.tncu of JSO.CXX) In refunding
bonds. Tho suit wait Hied In the district
court, and the same allegations are set
up In the petition that were contained In
ine Milt nieii 111 tne common pieas court
a fow days ago. Tho suit In that court
was dismissed with the understanding thai
It should lie renewed liv the district court.
The onto will bo tried In o fow days.
Those who are opposing the Imunnee of
bonds and woie instrumental In the llllng
of the suit aro a set of men- who have al
ways been opposed to tho upbuilding of
the city. Whenever tins mea-me for tho
relief of tho people, or In th Interests
of the elty. Is advocated, that class al
ways opposes It. The opponents of the
bond Issuo aro mostly all Democrats.
VI.IIY MH.riNII ATTENTIONS.
Tliieo Mrmigers llelletn n Li'ineiiwiirtli
.Mini or 11 Wallet or r.:.v
Among tho many people who went to
Leavenworth Sunday on the excursion
train of the German Society, of this elty,
there was one who did not enjoy himself
like the other excursionists. Charles .Mey
er), whllo waiting for the train at the
Wood street depot, w.'un robbed of his
pockctbook, -wtaeh contained $125. The
work was done by pickpockets, and ac
cording to Meyers' ttntpment, the theft
was committed by professionals. He said
that he was standing on the depot plat
form when three strangers came up and
bef-an talking to him. They talked con
cerning the largo crowd which was going
on the excursion, and stated that they
expected to have an enjoyable trip. When
the train pulled into the depot to take on
the pastrvnir.-rrt theie was a big rush for
the i-ar.s. The three strangers assisted Mey
ers on the ear and thin disappeared In tho
crowd. After the train started Meyers be.
igaiv wondering why the thiee strangers
I should take s-ueh an Interest In him, and
commenced to examine his pockets. Ills
watch was safe, but when he reached his
hip pocket it was different, fits large wal
let, which contained J12o In currency , was
mlsMiig. The authorities' have been no
tilled, but liave llttlo hope of apprehend
ing the criminals.
ClIAlKiCl) Willi IMPORTING I.AIIOlt.
A CnllliuNbiii .Man Said to Ilaio A'lolated
the foul raet Labor Law.
William S. N'lcholson was arrested yes
terday on a United States w.urant Issued
by Commissioner 1'erry, charging him
with violating the contract labor law.
The complaint was made by State .Labor
Commissioner llird. Nicholson is a MIs
soiiil side commission man and It Is al
leged that he Imported John Connor from
Ireland to tills country under contract.
It Is claimed that the contract was mado
In writing and that Connor holds the con
tract. Two young women, cousins of Con
nor, accompanied him to this country to
work as domesili-s at Nicholson's homo.
They will be the principal witnrss
agaltrst him wlun the caso comes up for
trial. Nicholson was taken before I'nlt.-d
Slates Commissioner I'erry and gave bond
In tin sum of Jl.orn) for his appearance at
tho prellmln.iry hearing, October 10.
Hwiri' novcorr i.MxiKsct).
Ileef ltoiier Who Hay the racking C.iin-
p.lliy'-. I'riulilet Will lie rined.
Tho following resolutions were adooied
' by Heef Hollers' Union No. C131, of this
city, at Its regular meeting:
"lie It resolved, by Iteef Honors' union.
' No. i;i"J. that wo indorse the huyiott of
tile Packing House Federal Labor union,
1 No. BISI, the Trades' Assembly and In dus
1 tiial Council, on the Swift Pucklnj' Cum
i '-any; and be It
i "Kotolveil, That any member of Ileef
Doners' union buying any of the Swift
Packing Company's products bhall be llnod
i tho tsum of !."
j AVetlt to ToprUn.
A largo number of Odd Fellows and
i members of itebeka'h degree lodges from
this city wont lo Topeka yesterday to at
tend the annual sessions of the state bodies
of tho orders. W. J. Itussell Is grand eon-
, ductor ol the grand lodge, and William
, I'rlestley and Charles IllomquUt will rep
resent SlimmundUWOt lodge, No. 3. Sits.
Ida Ilium Is grand treasurer of Hie Ite
bekah lodge and Mrs. 11. 1). Haker and
Slru. II. H. Chandler are delegates from
Wyandotte lodge, No. , and will attend
tho annual meeting of the Itebeckah lodge.
Criminal fines App.aled.
Three criminal cases hnve been appealed
to tho Muirenm court from this county re
cently. They were the cases against oa
Tcresso, charged with assault with intent
to kill; Joieph Wade, charged with high
way robbery, and Charles Carey, charged
with killing James Glune. All thron cases
were presented to tho nupienie court l.itt
Saturday, and It Is expected that decis
ions will b handed down within the next
The following nuinlqgo licenses wero s
sued (a tho ptobato court yesterduy:
Name. . Age.
J. 1. Hay, St, Louis 11
Sadlo Ilunioii, ICitiitu City, kas 11)
William Stole, Kansas City. Kas 21
Lizil.. llyan. Kunt.is City, Kas 10
Charles W. Chrlsrlle, Kansas City, Slo,...3o
-,llll,k Ili-i.lAn. K'lini.u (ltv ?:i . "M
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Will Give ail entertainment.
A musical and literary entertainment will
be given at the Quluduro school houso this
evening under the auspices of the Silver
Knights of America, of this city. In ad
dition to u number of inns' -Ml and literary
selections touching on tho silver iiiusticns.
Judge Hiram Steven- and J. SI. Jlatun
it 111 deliver addresses.
I.octuro by I -v. Dr. .Mitchell.
At tho Washln i Avenua ."Methodist
church lust evening, Hov. i)r. C. II. Jlitch
tll, of Kansas City, -Mo., delivered a lect
ure befutu u. large aujljuo .". the -ubject,
"The Land of Laudn." Tho lecture was
flveii under the auspices of the Woman's
tome Sllsslonary So:Iety.
Imputed Lighter Seiitenrrii.
The lilltott family, of Qulndaro, had a
t,trtik of good luck yesterduy. Some time
ago Hazel L'llloit, an old colored mail,
und his daughter, Ituth, wero convicted
In tho common pleas court on tho charge
of assaultlnf a little girl who lived with
the family. The old man was sentenced
to the penitentiary for one year, and tho
girt was given' a fluo of $10 and costs. She
was unable tp pay thv line, unit was seat
iijcm C U.iriMlm
hms. Lol. and htm.
to tl.f r-our.ly Jill Yi'fdcMny inornlni
the loaid if county nimmisloliers t--tnltted
the lino and costs uf the Kill, nn.l
ordet-l her rrlei.ed from the countv Jill.
In th nfirnoon Judpe Andeison, of th
common plmsrmlrt, ordeted llnc.el Kllbdi
ttw old hegro, broiiehl Into court l b i..
entn.ed nlio Judge withdrew the peni
tentiary wilt. me and Ritve hlht MX monthn
In tlio county jail.
.Plileurril for ItiiMid.iMtlnc
Imac f'rlct', who "sreiiiiicd from the coun
ty Jail Inm Auirust and wns rccaptiirmi it
few i! v. w ycstnrdnv tried In
.luslleo noils' court cut th- ennrg.- f jail
breaking. He was eimvlct-! and wi
temed to the county Jail ror six months.
Th i at., at Ihe slate imninst William
JiteUsoit, clmrtted with stealing viilunbl
lrases fr.un th NorM'n-'stern Hallway
Company, was ciintlnued until October II.
Th ens., of the statu ntfilnt tbwirre' Mil
lr. whu wns rlinred witli nsmult. wn
dlmls,l. The proecttllng wlttleM failed
to nppenr ngalrm him.
Itei. Dm Id. no Will lt...lci,.
Hev. 11. L. DaVllson nil! soon rf fifth ns
pastor of tho First It.tpttd cluircli, of this
rllv, as he has "i."imt a .nil to the
Wllllnm Jewell it.n'.st church, of Kansas
City, .Mo Mr. Ma.'h'svi has teen pistor
of the rirst llap'Nt church for two years
and has become null. popular.
7elrnble office rooms; nl. store room
In (-hnmlx'r of Commerce building, ICan
eius Olty, Ixss. Applv Alex. Flnllnv, ugrent,
5 Hunker building. KanstiH City, Mo.
Tho Metropolis Gun Club will hold Its
rcmi-montli.ly shoot nt Fowler shooting
park thli afternoon.
The city council will hold a meeting this
The county board met In quarterly ces
sion yesterday and allowed claims.
n:i7.a O. Taylor, II years of age, was ar
retted yestcidny on complaint of her pa
rents tind turned over to the state author
ities. She refused to obey hT pa mitts
and they want her sent to the. Industrial
pchool for girls at ltclolt. Sho will be
taken befom the probato Judge for trial
Will Servlss has opened n Jewelry es
tablishment at No. M3 Minnesota, avenue.
Mr. Scrvls Is an experienced Jeweler and
promise to do a thriving buslnesn.
The members of Wide Awake council,
A. P. A., No. 10. are nqticstvrl to meet
nt their new hall, Sixteenth street and
"IV road, this evening at S o'clock.
rtev. navbl W. Howard, reetor of St.
I'iuiI'm lOplscopnl church, received word
yest-rday of the death of his father, lit
Ionilon, nng. Ills father died Septem
ber ::t, of pneumonia, nt tho nge of "S
City Attorney Pollock Is making prep
nrsitlonH to prosecute the liquor ease, ap
pealed in the ikjIIcc court. They will bo
called for trial In tho district court about
the mlddlo of next week. There are seventy-six
Of them on tho docket, anil It
will take several days to try them.
Sheriff Peterson Is sick at his home.
Miss Wlnnlo .lewe-tl. of Independence,
Kan., who has been vl-ltlng Miss Flor
ence Peterson, No. 130 Minnesota avenue,
has returned to her home.
MIssei! Carrie and Florence Crawford.
of Th-iyer, Mo., an; the guests of Miss
famine .Miittieiitt, on Washington avenue.
Wllllnm Norton, of Kimmrln. was In tho
Dr. John Troutman and wife returned
yesterday from a visit with friends and
relatives at Lawrence.
The Mioses Maude and Florence Scott,
of Carthago, Mo., who have liecn. visiting
Miss Knoia Hunt, of Sandusky avenue,
i (turned home yesterday.
H. T. Corsen returned yesterday from a
visit with friends at Grain Valley. Mo.
Mrs. J. W. Weedy, of Sioux City, la., Is
in tho city, the gue-t of Mrs, John Hart
mnn, of North Ninth street.
I). II. IJaker was called to Lexington,
Mo., yesterday to attend his brother, who
is very 111.
.Mrs. 1). II. Ilaker left the elty yesterday
to attend the grand lodge meeting In To-
pena. biic win represent Wyandotte lodge.
Several minor criminal cases will be
tried In Justice Sims' court to-day.
J. P. Holland ami wife returned to their
horn-, at lit-llerllle, Kns yesterday, titter
a visit with Jl! Julia Keardon.
Jlr.H. J. A. Gllbuer or lifJJ South Pvlo
street. Is entertaining .Mrs. ,r. p. Palmer
and chlldicn. of Topeka.
Mrs. I'llz.ibeth Shields- nnd son aro In
Kay county, .Mo., visiting friends and rela
tives. J. II. Hrouse and wife returned to their
home at .Manhattan, Kas yesterdav
They lmvo been the guests of W. J.
liiliii Green Will Soon Leave th,. City,
'1 hereby Vacating the Olllee of
John Green, who was elected to the olllco
of constable at the Inst election, will
move 10 Virginia this week. lie has not
acted as constable for several months. T.
M. Ilarrett, another eonstnble, having per
formed the duties of the oillce. Green's
removal will vacate the oillco nnd a citizen
will likely be nppolnted by the board of
county commissioners to till the vacancy.
W. A Way is circulating a petition among
the citizens asking for appointment to tho
position. The petition, which will be pre
sented to the county board, Is being lib
Now .Mrs. .1. I. liny,
r.liss Sadie Hnnton and Ilr, j. n. Itoy, of
St. Louis, SIo., were married last evening
by Hev. W. 1J. Shaw at the home of the
Jv,,,,i"-,.".1."",!li M'"- " l- Hartley, in
GIbbs & Payne's addition. The couple are
well known here, .Miss Hnnton being a pop.
ular society lady, and Or. Hoy a former
citizen of this city. Only a few friends
and relatives attended. They left Immedi
ately for St. Louis, their futuru home,
A thief visited the residence of J, Jllelke
and a man by the name of Slpes, on Huby
axenue. late Saturday night, lie stole a
$", gold wnteh from Jllelkes' home and a
largo quantity or clohos from Slpes' house.
John SlcGeo and J. .lohnton wero tried
In Justice Trowbildge's court yesterdav on
charges of dlsiui'blug the peace, by driv
ing a man named Adamson from the prop,
erty of J. Coach. The dtfendants were dls.
charged because of a lack of evidence.
A. Kspnatib, who lives one tulle south of
this city, reporti d to Chief of Pollen Itloh.
ardsou that a shotgun and sevei.il other
articles wero stolen lrom his houso yes.
John Dunn was lined $2 and costs In po
lice court yesterday for disturbing tho
A "newspaper social" will bo given one
week fiom tills evening nt the home of G.
F, Pender on Ituby avenue by the V, P, S.
Sirs. I'dwnrd Nokes returned to her home
nt Holt. SIo., yesterday morning, after u
brief visit here.
Sirs, J. W. Anderson will entertain tho
Good Will hoclety of the Congregational
church Thursdaj afternoon ut her home
on Ituby avenue,
F. W. I.apham nnd family have returned
from a visit at Los Angeles, Cal.
II. II. Gunderson is the guest of his
brother, J. It. Gunderson, of tho West end.
Ho Is en route from North Dukota to Ar
kansas. The cases In the police court against six
or eight "Jolntlstrt" who wero arrested re.
cuntly huvu been continued until Outu
Sllss Pearl Grllllth returned to her home
at Slaryvllle. Slu., yesterday, after it visit
with Sllss Gleunu Lucas.
Slis, A. Ilulden has returncd'ito her home
nt Le Soto, Kas., after a visit with her
son, II. II, Holden.
Thomas Campbell, of Huby avenue, Is
dangerously III. Hopes for his recovery
nuvo oecn given up uy unending puysi
clans, Joseph Gossnrd and wife leave to-day for
Indiana to visit friends,
John Connors )s recovering from Injuries
received several days ago. He was teceutly
kicked by a horse.
Degree of Honor lodge No. 1(3 will hold
Its regular meeting this evening,
Sirs. J. K. Fisher, who has been visiting
her daughter, Sirs. Kltlcl of Hulsteud,
Kas., returned home Friday,
llev. II. A. Ueynolds. will preach ut tho
itaptlst c lunch Wednesday night.
The Daptlst church extende.1 a call to
tho Rev. A. P. Turner, of LouUvllle, Ivy.
Georgo Holslnger, of the Webt end,
who litis been attending tho statu unlver-
"THE QUEEN OF TADLE WATERS."
Siippllotl umlor Hoy.il Warrants to
Her Majesty tho Queen of Euclantl.
and to His Royal Highness tho Prlnco '
of Wales. !
slly at Lawrence, ICas,, Is hrre, visiting
his parents for a few dn(s.
The W. C T P. Will meet ill Ihe rel.
denec of Mrs. Hurt, of the West en,,
There will be n business meeting at the
M. K. church to-night.
The Junior Order Hulled Atneii.au Me
cbanlcs will meet In MeGiorge's hall to
night. .Miss Sadie Maxson, of P.irsntis, Kas .
was the miest of Mrs, McS'ey .eslenlay.
Dot Wilson, of thn .Madison bWv k, met
with an ncild-iit last Monday, (inn of h-r
llngem was chopped on". She Is improving
Ilrvln Longneeker, of the West end. left
for Wellington, Kns on Sunday. He will
live there hereafter.
llev. U. II. Shaw will give a Illustrated
lecture) on the world's fair on Tuesday.
October Ifi, at the SI. I, church. Adliils.
slon, 10 and 15 cents.
The Knr,a City Journal Is delivered In
ltosedalc by Kugcne SIIHer. who will also
cnlbvt for the same nt the reduced rate of
Id cents a week and make his colectlons
Great Interest Is Itelug Taken by the Cltl.
reus In the Ciimpiilgii In 1'ntur of
The campaign for sewerage Is developing
Into ono of the most vigorous ever held In
this city. Probably no tnunleip.ii question
has evoked so much lntt-i.st as the ono
now being considered by the voters. To
night there will be a mass meeting of cltl--ens
In the lower room of Ihe court house,
ItUd I'VerV lllirllt tlierenfter until elepllnn
day. Ward .meetings will also be held and
spenkera will be present loaded with facts
about j-ewerage and leasons tho city should
take a step forward. Those having the
matter In charge Invito every taxpayer
who Is opposed to scwcriiKc to attend
these meetings and bring along with them
their objections to sewerage. It was an
nounced yesterday that I'liglnoer Klersted
end !:. P. Gates would bo present at to
Late last ov nlng It was found that .Mr.
kit-rated had been called out of tho ilty
and Sir. Gates was at Joflerson City.
Practical engineers will be seemed, how
ever, to address the citizens.
Sllss Louise JOnes returned yesterday to
Baldwin City, Kus., where she Is attending
A marriage license was Issued yesterday
to Hlmer S. Pemberton and Sllss Anna
Sliss Celeste Henry, of Lexington. .Mo.,
Is tho guest of Sllss Fish, at tho Presbyter
.Marshal Dulse and J. D. Host leave to
day for Lexington, .Mo., wheie they will
testify before the grand Jury.
Sirs. William Phelps, of Topeka, Kas,, Is
the Kue.st of relatives In this city.
Sllss .Margaret Pulsion left yesterday for
St. Louis, where she will be tho guest ot
her sister, .Mrs. Frank James.
Sirs. Jumes Heed has returned lo her
home at Knob Noster, .Mo., after it pleas
ant visit Willi relatives In this city.
Sliss Nora Peterson, accompanied by Sirs.
Western, of Kans-as City, left yesterdav for
St. Louis lo attend the fair.
August Gueck, formerly of this city, but
now a resident of Lee's Summit, was 111 the
Sir. and .Mrs. George Sloseley, who have
been spending several weeks with Ken
tucky friends, arrived home yesterday.
Miss .Mary Lobb N entertaining Sllss
Agnes Asbtiry. of West port, at the La
Sirs. Nannie Thompson, who has been In
the city several weeks, the guest of icln
tlvcs, returned to her home In Canon
City, Col., yesterday.
Sllss Cora Wnggoncr and Sllss Jamison
left Saturday for Sedalla to spend several
Sir. Thomas .Marshall, who has been the
guest of Sllss Jessie Itamsey, hus returned
to her home at Slay view. SIo.
Sllss liowena Smith, after spending sev
eral days with St. Louis filends, has re.
Charles Peacock has recovered sullleient.
lv from the injuries received on a Ninth
.street cable car In Kansas City, SIo., to b
The benefit enterlainment ut Armory hnll
will bo well patronized to-night. "Th
Fireman's Ward" Is an attractive piny and
the proceeds will asslfct in furnishing the
headquarter for the lire department.
Hiv. I". u. Quel rant, ot the synod of
Kentucky, will preach this, evening at tho
Westminster Prenbyterlan church.
An eleven inch vein of coal 'has been
found on tho faun of S. J. Parsons, mar
Oak Grove. It Is said to be equal to the
Lexington coal, and Is probably of the
same drift. Preparations are being mado
to mine the cunl for the trade.
Dr. Joseph Fold tiled In the circuit court
several suits against property holden. In
Westporl. basing bis claim on taxbllls N.
sued in Wl. The taxbllls were originally
held by Wheeler ,t Llmore, contractors,
and were purchased by the plaintiff.
When ruby was sick, wo gavo her Castnrl...
When film wasa Child, she cried for Castorh.
When tio became Sllss, i)m clung to Castorln,
When iho had ChUdrcu, sho a 0 them Castorla.
M, Louis nml lleturn fl.,10.
Tho rinrllnston yesterday cut the passen.
ger rate to St. Louis to $I.Eu. On Satur
day the other roads running to that eiiy
Inaugurated a round trip rate of J7.W, gn.nl
to letiirn until October H. To meet this
the Hurllugtoii made tho Jt.'O rate from
Kansas City, which will bo good to return
until October II.
Will Spend iiu-r Kl,(iiin,ouo.
Cleveland, O., Oct. ".It Ih announced
to-day that tho Haltlmore & Ohio, owner
of the reorganized Valley railway, will ex
pend within the ue.tr tutu re in this iliy
more than $l,K'i,cflo in the purchase of ter
minal facilities, t'ho erection of passenger
ami freight statloiih und grain elevators.
It Is t.tld that tho Haltlmore ,t Ohio has
111 contemplation the ei-tuhllshmcnt of a
grain lino between CUvelund and Haiti
more for the export trade, tlm grain being
brought here by lake from Duluth. Kn-Kln.-eni
of Hie Haltimoi.t & Ohio are nn
looking over the giound and the plans will
be decided ilium dellnltely In a fow day.
Perry, Phllndelpliln, Is nt tho
Jtoblnson, Wlnfleld, is nt tho
W. F. Norway, Chippewa Falls, Wis., Is
at the Coatf.s. '
D. il. .Mayer, Chicago, Is at the Coales.
II. Sanborn Smith, Chicago, Is at tho
. .1. J. llolloway, Wheeling, W. Vu Is ut
H. I). Hewitt, Denver, is at tho Coates.
Y. Jl. ilarrett, Syracuse, is at tho
W. H. Dlgim, Woodland, Cal., Is at the
Olto von Schrader, St. Louis, s at tho
r J, S. l.chr and sou, of Hlilorado, Kas.,
arc at 1110 Now Albany.
Thomas S. Snyder, of Georgetown, Tex,,
Is at tho New Albany.
Charles Thompson and wife, of DeWItt,
SIo., jire at the New Albany,
Daniel Craven, ot Council Groyc, Kas.,
Is ut the New Albany.
A. C, Stunley, of Hock Falls, III., Is at
the New Albany,
It. J-l. Cutrontand wife, Springfield, are
at thu Victoria.
P. O. Wlthcrspoon, Gainesville, Tex., Is
at tho Victoria.
Dan Craven, Council Grove, Kas., Is at
S. W. Homer, Council Grove, Kus., Is at
G. K. Douulas. Hastlt gs, Neb., Is at tho
II. D. Sill, Topeka, is at tho victoilu.
Dr. J. P, Davis und K.lltor Hurrlngton,
of the Poultry Journal, -ut to St. Iritis
last evening to advertise the Slldconti
nental ixultry show of this city. They will
utteud the fair there during the week uud
hope to Interest many exhibitors.
Lieutenant C. J. C Clark, of the regular
army, t-tatloned at Fort Iteno, was ut tho
Coates House yesterday He was formerly
located at Fort Leavenworth.
General Superintendent Willis K. Gray
and W Hllev of the Chlcaeo & Alton, at
liloorulustou, 111., ure at the Coates House.
To pass, our suits off for tailor
tnrulo, even down to tho SI" article.
Tilde's, tho conscientious, care ami
nil around stylishness tlm I Is too
often a ttrniicr to ready-to-wear
apparel. Anoint to lie considered,
ulso, Is thut every garment In tills
house is new inndo this t-ensoti.
you can gel a thoroughly
gixid suit here for l"-all
wont and guaranteed. Other
soils, ea h boiler than us
ual for Hie price, MO, III, Hi,
$11. $: ,.t 1 $
Kansas City's Foremost Clothiers. Hatters and Furnishers.
Southeast Cor. Tenth and Main Sts.
Jlny7nrWfTl PI lVTJf9nnrT9lKP9TWWrlKmfvlmnmTXsmfFZJTIK.
NEWS FROM LEAVENWORTH.
si:vi:nti:i:n uottsr.s iu'icnlh in tiii:
NATIONAL LIVDKV MA 111,1.'.
Democrats Are in .-.ore t)ltrc and Are
r.ireed to Nolillli-to 11 Iteptiblleiin
for Hliite Senator Stl-eellane.
oils nml I'lTsontil.
The Nutlon.il livery stable, situated on
Cherokee street, George SI. Qulmby propri
etor, was destroyed by lire about 2 o'clock
Seventeen horses perished In the llames
and almost a panic resulted lu the National
hotel, as the smoke tilled the bouse und
many of tho guests supposed the building
to bo In llames. lly tht. cool management
of .Mr. Stella all the guests were conducted
to the dining 100m and their fears allayed.
Ot the seventeen horses roasted allvo ten
belonged to Sir. Qulmby and the others
were boarders, llesldes tile horses a large
number of vehicles were destioyed. Sir.
cjuitnhy'H loss is placed at $l,w, with small
Insurance. The stable was the property of
Sir. Sidney Smith, of Kansas City, antl
was Insured for $j,0ui. The origin of the
fire Is a mystery.
Sir. A. J. Tullock lost his valuable hotte,
"Tommy." which he purchased of Dr. A.
C. Van Duyn, and which had twice be.
fnie escaped the Haines in burning stables
when all the other horses perished.
John Vol, Jr., lost the tine ttotter, "Hilly
Poller," lot met ly the projierty of Ityo
Goodwin, of Kansas City.
It. Sptlngi. lost two horses and Sir. Al
Callahan and W. II. Nichols also lost their
Democrats In Mlslre.
Tile Democratic county central commit
tee met yesterday afternoon at the Na
tional hotel and tilled the vacancies on
their ticket by nominating J. W. Hirst for
stato senator and Dr. J. J. l'dle for coro
ner. Sir. Hirst, who thus practically b-oomes
the Democratic nominee, Is it licpuullcan.
and is at the present tlino a member of
both tilt- Hf-publlcan county and executlo
committees, the Demociats claiming that
he has accepted their nomination.
The candidacy for tUate s.-uatur has been
passed all along the Democratic line, but
no one could be found to m cept the place,
and the fact that the Democracy has had
U go outside of Its own ranks to gut a can
didate tells how. sorely pressed and sliat
t. red Is their condition. A few years ago
Leavenworth county Demociats were ill
their glory, carrying the county by a m.i
joilty ranging all the way from 500 lo .,(),
but now th.-v have so far fallen that with
tin- bare hope of electing one on their
tl. ket they throw up their hands, lay down
all claims for principle and weakly nomi
nal.! n Republican, with tin Iliqw ot get
ting the vote of a few disgruntled men,
who Imagine they have a personal griev-
The nomlnntlou of Sir. Hirst h is n.;t
pleased all the Democrats, and his candi
dacy, If he accepts, will not add one oto
to tho remnlnder of the ticket. The other
Democratic candidates realize tills situa
tion and some of them may refuse to long
er remain in the race.
In the nomination of Dr. IWIc for coro
ner, they liavo likewise weakened Instead
of strengthened their ticket, as he was
nominated on the Populist ticket for coro
ner at thn I'ulrtnnunt convention last Sat
urday. Ho has been for the last lUe years a
pin-Hive Populist, and was 0110 of Lewell
ing's police commissioners for this elty.
Prior to becoming a Pop he was .1 Repub
lican, and his selection by tho Democrats
shows to what desperate straits the luc.ll
grand old Democratic p.uty is reduced.
The Democratic ticket, as it now exists.
Is composed of Demo -rats, Republicans,
populists und Free Suifiuiilsts. and, as 11
number of their central committee yester
day remarked, "It lacks only a Prohibition
ist to make It the champion mongiel ticket
of tho entire state."
Frank Slettl. k, who for many years has
resided on Klekapoo island, several miles
north of this .Ity.wetit to Weston, SIo., last
Saturday for supplbs and in Mime way
was drowiie 1 In tin, Sllssouri river, but it
Isbidleved he accidentally fell out of his
The body was found yesterday morning
If you have borrowed
from health to satisfy the
demands of business, if your
blood is not getting that
constant supply of fat from
your food it should have,
you must pay back from
somewhere, and the some
where will be from the fat
stored up in the body.
The sign of this borrow
ing is thinness, the result
nerve-waste. You need
fat to keep the blood in
health, unless you want to
live with no reserve force
live from hand to mouth.
Scott's Emulsion of cod
liver oil, with hypophos
phjtes, is more than a medi
cine. SO cent! nd $1,00
SCOTT & BOWNE
Chemists New York
Out of your overcoat hy purchasing-
It before the mmisoii Is hnlf over
nml -jcl all the good out of the
money you spend for It by piirehni
Ine; It here. The swcllcst of shapes,
the uobbloit of tailoring, the most
desirable nnd reliable of fabrics.
You can't nmlte a mlstnlte here.
We hntr them for as Utile
ns $5; goisl. too. at thut; and
Jump along by ea-y .'.i"t"
from J.'i to J.;, with a w '.
range of p.it hk a I 'sl
ut eJ h prli e
In a drift by bts timtlier-m-tiw and Corn
tier JIcGlll wi.l h.d I mi uupi si as tin
deceased was tin e 1 Ucnt svvtmnur and
ba I been n." ustom. 1 t tin nv r all h 1
llfe. The leinnuiS, after beltp view. 1 liv
the coroner, wero burled nt Klekapoo.
Contracts were awarded at the Kansas
slate penitentiary yesterdav as follows:
The Parkhurst-Davls .Mercantile Company,
of Topeka, was given the contract for
granulated sugar and tea; Keely .Mercan
tile Company, of Lawrence, for pearl bar
ley; Rlttman, Todd & Co., of Leavenworth,
for codllsh, rice, oatmeal and coll.e; ltohl
blng ,t Co., of this city, for Ii,t pounds
of brown sugar.
There will be a grand rallv at Lansing
to-night, when the Republicans will form
ally open the campaign. Senator Luclen
Haker will be the principal speaker, but
all the Republican candidates will be oil
hand and .1 rousing turnout is expected.
From now on until the polls close In No
vember the Republicans propose to wage
one of the most active campaigns ever
known in Leavenworth countv, and one
that will settle the political status of the
county for years to come.
Wauls 11 Dli.ire...
William Wnrtzach yesterday tiled a suit
In the district court for divorce from Ids
wife, Kate, to whom he has been married
thlrty-tivo yeais. The parties nre well-to-do,
owning a line farm of 31!0 acres, well
supplied with stock. The petition alleges
that defendant has been extremely cm. I
for the last year and has endeavored to
a Innate the affections of the children from
plaintiff. Plnltitllf asks for an absolute di
vorce ami tor an equal distribution of tin
property. I'lir It New llrlllee. 1
The hoard of iiuinty commissioners met '
In session yesterdav afternoon and decided I
lo submit a proposition to the voters, at
the, next November election to construct I
. i"1 "Bl over i lie ivaw river at Lciiupc
ju.i.ii-' wuii jounson county. rn- new
bridge is to cost $li;,fHj, one-half of which
Is to be paid by l.eaveiiwotth county.
Mlscc llittin tits.
Sits. Julia Latitseh, who was so i ruellv
beaten on the antli of last F.-bruarv, ah
account of which appeared In Ihe Journal,
died yesterday morning from the ell'icis
of the Injuries received, iiev. r having iv
galmd conscluiisness. Her hiihliand was
arrested at the time on suspicion, but h
was soon rej.ase.l as no evidence of hi
guilt .ould be had.
Thu general store of Del North, at Jar
lulo. was burglarized Siindm night and
about tm worth of goods .-arrle.i away.
Ihe trial of Henry Re, d, of Kansas Citv.
charged with burglarizing Lewis Slave's
store eommeneed yral.-rd.iy nrteniooii In
the dstrict court and he will try to prove
an alibi. Henderson nnd Wright, two m, it
from Kansas City, gave testimony damau-
ng to Reed, und tile indications are th.it
.'!', ,. lmvo ll mrd ',ne " sustain h..
. 'rh" i0'"! "f 'ort I-eaven worth were
paid off yesterday.
owing to the Illness of Judge C. G. Fil
ter, the tegular October term of th trim. I
.Mates court did not convene yestcr div
but it Is said It will do so on tlo i!,i,
inst.. when Judge Williams will presld-
A me.ling of the Republican county cen
tral committee .Is calletl Io1- to-morrow i
ernoon at .' o'.-lo -U, at the hcadquart is
room on Delaware street. ui"-i is
.MANY JIDXIt AN CAITLD Nuv CIIMINU
ACHIIss Till: HOItlll.li.
Dry Weutliei- Has lleereiised tint Niimbi-r
of Cuttle in Nev.ld.l-lo Alneiiil the
l.'veh.lltgo lli...ins At ,
Yards Willi block.
Tho recent order of Secretary .Morton-si
iidmlttinir .Mexican cattle into tho rmteil
-jiim.i on pahsing inspection at the bor
der will cuiiSL- tin- movement of quite, a
number ot emtio into tiii- country, hut
i mostly for glazing puriHj.es
0. ... -,, f , ,..' f ,-,
iui- vv iirown. Chlhiutlui.i. .Mexico, wus
at the yards yesicitliiy. lie Is hero after
I'lVeditig latlie, bntli bulls und cows, and
puio bred shc-p for his ranch. Ho sajt,
a Kuud many cuttle iiiu beiim buujslit in
.Mexico by Southern and Wesu-rn rancli
men. lie also s.iys ids iirm aluno will
ship to this market before tho coso of
the year between ..two und lu.UOu cuttle
They have all ci.ly sold to Ki-ll , Uyer, of
tlltton, Te.x ..uuu high Ktadu t-atllo at
?'J5u t.,r yearlings, $i,,i) ,0- .Si jpj.jn ru,
3m and $l.5u fur and over.
J. ii. Thics, of Nevada, waa hero yes
terday Witll Cattle. Ho lellllllsi II h...ive
shortage in the number of citllo in his
country. He says there are not over
Cu per cent us many catllu on the inen
there as the years ug... It lias been very
dry In Nevada this year. There hah
been no rain there since Slay. Vet cuttle
have nut buffered n.s much as one would
suppose, Tho mountain range lias been
Kooil, there being plenty of bunch frass
uud wlillu sitge, nnd emtio have done
very well on tliein.
A. It. Hill, stock agent for the l.'nion
P.tciiic, Is just In trotn a trip over hla
road, He says there aro u -rood many
yet to come to market from uIouk his
line and they ure in good condition,
J. II. Kelt, of the Diovet's Tele-frum, Is
The following amendment to the by
laws of tlie Llvo Stock exchange, ie
Jutlng to guaranteed payments, will be
voted on for adoption October IS;
'See. 1, All members of the assoclu.
tlon or Iirm in which they may bo part
lion, who pay for live stock purchased
ut these yards by dealers, shall We with
tho secietary of the association a list of
tho names of till dealers for whom he or
they severally make such payments, and
tiuch list shall ulso embrace u declara
tion on the part of the party or parties
tiling the same, in such manner and form
us the board of directors of the asso
ciation -nay prescribe, to the effect that
he or they will pay for all the purchases
of livo stock made by the party or par
ties therein named; and after any mem.
hers of the association shall have tiled
such list of names, as above DroYi-Ud. be
With tho place you've lx-rn gel tltii
your shH'.' Too well snliMlrd
buy them herr eren If It sitves ynu
quite a little In the eotitv Our-ihoe
department Is a new Institution nnd
we're bulldlntf )t up by rxrtertlitii
Kooduessnnd remnrUnbly low prices.
Inspection will show ltiulchly.
W mv shoes at $1.80 the
pair, but the popular uradrB
nr.- J.t and . Hvery sort of
I. ,i'!i. r; all :! of las'
N. i f i r a Love $7 nr.it
i' i' ' r ' 'ie I" t made.
He II11. Cnu-lit IlieitiJ
la the Sceulc Production,
ON THE BOWERY!
Next week Tlm Slurph In
Hoyt 9 A TK-VAS sti:i:i-
St A TIM i;
TH ST. 0?K.rV
See the Gre.c, Romantic Young Actor,
nn I his big proiln -tlon of
TO-NIGHT, We.lne..iy and Saturduy
Next week-", -hi IN ll iLLIlW "
GtIjIjI!E3)s3 ! II-night
t i.nitil.i.iliiHi -linivi I III. W.-.-l;.
HP. SPRCIALTY HILL includes
I'r.lllk Ctisliiiian, l.r.iei., i. ut K.-yii.tlils, .ln
llli, Wnst. Vlell.iiialil and M.tiie unit
Prices Kle, -.lie. unit till.-.
It's THT- Cll.LI.-i-. , where yeii sen the
Revolving Wheel ..t Firo
'Illlirsiliiy .mil Mliiril.iv Mglits.
Pain's Siege of Vicksburg
oncl Mammoth Fireworks.
l'.-rforii.'.tn.-e lie-in nl H:l,i sens .11 r.
served -ei-llons 111 ,lai-c.ir.l- .mil It -x Ollie...
Ailiti -s-itu -Di'-iiiil "h-
Coiiinii-t 1 '.' M Tliur-tl.iv S-. -inl.r '3
THE NAIIONAL HAWAIIAN BAND.
I . I-
Solol-t. t-n 1
i.in) . , 1
XI IV l
-I- .x i 1:
If you havo never tried
PeuM'i .... ,1 1 not ii.ev v hut nu idal
colllplexii.il mI. 1 i. Si.,.1 e -rvivllerf
1 Estimates -torfiilly Furnished,
shall I..- h- '. I i-i .ou iliie I i ah)
ll'.olley vv l.i. b in; u- il. i w in .-. i .n
peats In mi. Ii list in.i liiv,. i :
pay any number ot the ussuciaii
llvo stock, until the same shall bin
paid in lull, or otherwise lawful. y s t
tied, provided, Ihe member or llrm m.ik
Dig flin.Ii gale shall promptly present a
hill of the Hume ut Ihe i-fllce of the men
ber or iirm who guarantees the pay meet
"Sue. 2. When any member of ihe as
sociation or llrm lu which bo may be a
partner, slinll havo determined to , .m i
the agreement ho Or they mav huv
ipiule with any dealer to pay for his i ,ir
ehases i.f live stocl;, lie or they Kh.il! lutit
give the tfperetary of the ussocl.it I. -n ie
tice to that effect; and the s,-,-r t.wy
shall immediately notify nil llrms, mem.
bcrs of tho association, to the same effect,
by sending notice thereof, upon a form
prescribed by tin- board nf direct. ,r i,(
the association, to their respective rdu i
uf hti-lucsu; ami Hm liability of the
guaraiitnr In such case shall cease, whin,
(Hid only when, all purchases ..' Ilv
Muck made by such dealer upon Hi. day
of iintlih iitluii and prior tli.-i.-tn. sb ill
havo been paid lu full, or otherwise law
"See. 8 Any member of the aspnvl.a
tlnn or llrm in which be may be a part
ner, selling live utock for any duller
shall return thu proceeds of ueh sale t
the member or llrm who guarantees tho
payment of said dealer's purchases,
"See. I. Tho Hat of names Wed with
the secretary of the association, as pro.
vide.1 In section 1 of this rule, shall bo
open to tho Inspection of ull Its members,
nnd to no other person: unit the secre
tary shall furnish llrms for their own ubo
and for no other purose, n certill-'d copy
of tho same, of to individual members
K. I Ilnlsell, Vlnita, I, T., wa here
with some lino Texas steers yesterday
that sold nt $...'.
Fred nml Vrnnl- Koster and W, T, Mc
Donald, Mlltonvale, Kns., were lu yes
terday with cattle.
A. H. Jones, Illgglns, Tex., was up yes
lerday with cattle.
D. SI. Shelton. Slann ,x- Oregg. O. P.
Whipple anil SL V. Jackson, Kureka,
Kas-., were hero yesterday with cattle.
Slajor A. P. Simons, formerly of the
Live Stock Indicator, but more recently
commercial editor of the Times, has sev
ered his connection with that paper and
is now with the Kansas City Packer,
Shnnght Pierce, Tulsa, I. T., had tn
Halt & 1-omar, Chlckasha. I. T., were
here yesterday with cattle.
J. M. Young. Carnero. Kas.. had 1
3 Kn m Y uS H!rTraltT