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THE KAKSAS CITY JOURNAL, FRIDAY. OCTOBER IK, JH95
AI'LVeSyi .V C1T)'S J0., October iS iSqs Today we look for the. woalher lo be fair and warnet. 'I clinometer 'eu'eida Jltt,, 6f un . -,
Blankets and Comforts,
Hosiery and Underwear.
s The Two Greatest Stocks
g$k in this State .
Hk$ Take quantities tins tfhet t else, or eteis-
wheic the, multiply bv sevetal limes
our stock exceeds all.
Mote and better than we ever had
before. The experience of a year i
valuable. It enables you to select
more judiciously the ne.vt. Our j2
years' txpenence in I'nJerwettr and
'josterv buying has enabled us to put
under our roof this year not oulv the
great ftt stock that was ever hrre, but the best.
Buying the great quantities uhtcli we do cn
ables us to go direct to the manufacturers and
thereby f?et the lowest cash quantity prices, and
from each manufacturer we select his best line.
Every mill has some one superior to its othets..
We select this line from this mill that line from
that and so bring together the best of every grade
that is made.
Groat buying means great selling that means
lowest prices to jou.
Lidles' mid Children's
Cotton. Wool ami Silk the
proper weights and every
popular shade. Prices begin
t 5c and io up to
UidieV O. It. S. I'ast
JSIack Fleece Lined Cotton
Ho-ee Rood, heavy fall
nvelfjht, double sole and hlch
pllced heel: CIc pair; 3 pair
Ladles' O. TJ. S. Fast
TSI.ick rieeca Lined Cotton
Howe; good weight, ery fine
Ladles' Knulhh Cashmre
Ho&e good weight, fine
r-tuge, double sole and heel,
' SI 50 per dozen.
Ladles' English Cashmere
Hlo-ie fine and soft, eTtja
heavy, fine gauge, double
pole and extra high spliced
TG.CO per dozen
Ladles' O. R. S. Faa;
Black Fleece Lined Cotton
Hose, extra valuer,
At 25c Pair.
Ladles' and Children'
Cotton, AtVrlno. All Wool,
Silk and Wool and All Silk
Combination Suits epar
ate Vests and IMnN, nqtits
trlan Tights. Ptlccs begin
at ir.c and go up to $18,00
All Wool "Phyllli" Med
lum Weight Sulti In .Nnt
ural, J4.25; Fast Mack,
All Wool Heavy Weight
Suits; Xiturnl, J4 CO; Fit
Tor all Jlzes.
The O. n. S Merino Un
Ion Suit", in White ami Nat
The O. R. S. All Wool Un
Ion Suits In Natural, .' 75;
Fast Illack S3. 00
Ladles' Rlb'd Merino Vests
and Pants, about 1-J Cot
ton. Drawers ate made
with French band.
Ladlei' Ribbed Egyptian
CoUon Vests and Pant",
good and heavy,
3 for $1 00
Ladles' Ribbed Cotton
Vests, Tall weight.
Today vc will begin a sale of certain seasonable goods that we shall sell at prices ranging
from 54 cents to 33 cents on the dollar.
This will save you from 40 cents to 67 cents on every dollar's worth of them you lnry here while
the Bargain Friday 5ale is in progress.
No matter how we came by these unmatchable bargains. We believe you are more interested in
learning how to buy a dollar's worth of Dress Goods for 33 cents or 48 cents or 54 cents, or a iocenl
Canton for 5 cents, &c, &c.
This sale will begin this morning at eight o'clock sharp, and every dollar's worth should be
closed out by tonight; but should there be any left over the prices will continue the same until Sat
It's a big shrinkage in the prices of seasonable, new and useful merchandise. But you know our
methods for years have been to give to our patrons any advantages gained by us in such timely pur
chases, and that's exactly what you will find we are doing when you come to the store today.
75c for 25c.
Heglnnlug today, T'.argnlii fildiiy, we
shall olT-T 5,601) ynuls or Hress r.omttf,
All Wool Navy and Mirk, Storm
Seigop, and a few colots In Ladles'
Cloths, G2 liirlus All Wool, and All
Wool Tw 1 Toned lloueles ami Two
TotW St rm Sergex, and All Wool
J'"rrnrh Cray Plald-i, ami 50-Ineh Ml
Wool Stoim P nj?, and All Wool Cre
lotid, worth 3)c, COc, CSe and 75c, for
On Hale nnex Drcsi Goods Pcpt ,
Walnut St floor
5c for 5c,
In Anno: Dress Goods
Dcpt., Walnut St. lloor, we
shall sell today 15c Knick
erbocker Suitings for
.Nothing t.i all our h!stor ol retailing like
the trriNU collection of IJInnkets .mil C om
forts now hc"-c. Neet before Mich heaps
of brand new, desirable goods, ijitaltt for
quality, at tho pi ices thes are now marked.
To look at the gtent piles of them on
the Walnut street and sixth floors oti'd
thi.ik we had taken the total output of
.otue great mill. Nu but wc have taken
teat quantities of the best from a great
many gteat mills and oiler you now the
gteatest stock to select from you have ever
These few items here arc but mere
hints 'twould fill a paper to give you all
The gronl sforlc is right royally ready now.
10c for 62C
1,050 yards of Single Faced
Gray Eiderdown, worth ioc,
will be put on sale for
$2.25 for $1.68.
In Blanket Dcpt., Walnut
St. floor, we will sell one lot
I Ieavy White Blankets, actual
measure ;2xS. inches, worth
S2.25 a pair, for
20c for 91c.
Beginning today, wc
shall oiler 1,275 yards of as
sorted kinds of Dress Goods,
worth ioc and 20c, for
Annex Pri'ss C'.oodi Dcpt
10c for Sic
We secured 2,400 yards of
ioc Unbleached Canton Flan
nels that will be put on sale
10c for 5 k.
In Flannel Dcpt. we shall
offer 2, 750 yards of Dark
Striped and Checked Tennis
Flannels, made to sell foi ioc,
tiliCi iflv w . r ffjT.n iff a IS Tra til HKkwr3i W
QULLENE. MOORE, EMCRV
fK 'w Wei Si U HI ti JtWvi amr iffiMLrffCTiw
& co. ty?
$1.25 for 85c.
75 Pairs Gray Blankets,
actual inea&mc 60x76 inches,
worth f 1.25, for
9 . ,
The Tllinkot pries brgln
with nil ontmn ones at 76c
and go through nit Inter
mediate point!) uy to
for the llnest ones.
I lot white or gray cot
ton ItUnkcts, nctual lzc
6Sx72 Inches, for
1 lot so-called 12-4 Gray,
White or Tan Itlankets, ac
tual mi'.isure 74:xS Inches,
1 lot all wool White Blan
kets, warp as well as fill
1 lot all wool White Tilnn
Ut it., warn ns well nti till-
1 lug, actual slro 6xS inch
es, mada to sell J5 00, our
I P' Ice,
I $3.98 Pair.
1 lot e-ttra hcay and line
nil won) White Ulanketc,
actual measure 72xSl Inch
rp Smaller stores' price,
HO 00, our price.
The littlest priced ones
are Oc, the flnest Silk Com
forts, down filled, aro
1 lot Fancy Print Cora
forts, cotton filled, for
1 lot fine Cretonne Cov
ered Comforts, carded cot
ton filled; Inst snason's
price for this himc qual
ity, $2.00; jou can buy now
50c hiipiI on every Com
1 lot Trench Satteen Cov
ered Comforts, extra fine,
carded, cotton filled; also
tine sllltollne covered, enrd
ed, eotton tilled, made tf
sell J3S0, for
1 lot Satteen Cohered
Comforts, down filled; you
can buy hero for
1 lot Trench Satteen
Cohered Comfort1!, down
tlllnd. extra size and with
$7.50 Pair. $8.50 Each.
THE GRAND JURY'S REPORT.
SO M.W INIMCTMKVrs AOAINNT
l.i.nciio.v 111 h:j.s.
Alumni u 'Into Ittll Against Muj mitl Mfirau,
but luo Nuiiu'rt i re Lai Icing Otlu r
Iiiilirtinents and 'onio Iteiom-
nitintiatioiih Cmirl NewK.
The September grand Jmy made It3 ilnal
report jcsterd.iy to JudBr Wol'.oid nt tW
o'.loi'K, halng found tuelvo InUlctnient!-,
ele(.n of whli-h ru BUppii-NiLHl but..iuse
til" the uncertainty ot the uhcieibouta of
the di fondants.
Tlu-iu wojo no Indictments In the bateh
foi elei tiou thiee.s, although It a.s ev
pettcd by .1 gool many that thuto would
be at lea t t" o
After the iiidk'tinents had be.'n luld be- liirf of new lndiLtmenti. again.-i the elm tlou
fom .mdhf oiford for examination and
the ir mbers of the grand iuu were pre
Iailiig to dep.itt, l'loseoutlng Attorney
,1 imibon ai-oso fioin the depth, of a seat
into whU'h he had Mink after following
tho grand Jury Into tho eouit room, und,
w.ivjnj a blue back paper in flout of tho
court's astonished ojl?, said:
' This, your honor, is an Indictment
.tgiiln-it tv.o men who last eprlne ran T. 11.
Ili'.ulbui out of tho country becauso ho
knew 100 muLh about their eonnection
and musing at the nmc time And he emb-vli 1 I imN lnlng tlim retuni.Kl to
nlo bad good ie.ion to doubt .he o -itlow- tin- i.iti Jul v in.l , . ,1. an I then diopping
Inj esulnrnnce of Un four rtieating .'u nnttei uii.i the ,n 1 ih d lias pii',.iikl
grand juiMiien, foi befole him, on hih uf- upiJn ome t,liti,. 01 kin I lilend to 11
tk'f desk, laj ilie following jirettj -oiMenli'i stole the fund" Tin iilmlmil 1 ourt "houl I
ri mi the l.m.iiulng eight memkit of the I punlhh rime and not be ined foi the pui
i.ina jui :
To W T. ,laml-on, Ptonicutintf Attorns
ol J.iLkou louutj, .Mo.
'We, tin. undi i-lgned memb-i-, of the
September A 1) ivn gi uid jut. would u-.-peLtrully
ie.o!iiniLiil that ou 1 1 before
the til t grand Jury h"i Mtter the intorm.i
tlou In yom pofeslon liiailng uiion the
Uectloii fraud c.ies k moved by changes
of eiuio to 1'Iatte Lountj , t tin. end that
indictments may be mund and the ct,ts
biought to tiliU'ln this CJaekson) county.
".. M roiil)
. "11 I'. liAHTIl.
V. W. ASH,
"IT. II WAIT,
Is there any reaon to doubt why Xtr.
Jicnil-ou hmllid? Ills comw in the .Iwtimi
i.i-Ms hud lituii upliuld b a nuijmlty of the
m i juiuij., .inn up nan a. smile eoinlng.
in- ituew iuit wno w w opposing the rtn -
lleis, who liinl lieMnliLhed Kans is Clt'j
lair name, and be was Kitlsuei with his
work of linestlgatiou, in that li will lie of
.uu.im, iiii.inee to mm winn ih "lir-t
' t'm jmy u.-ii-diiei eouvents at Ihu t -
iiuiiBu ui 1110 uixp.ijeis 01 jiuKon county.
Perhaps ho will be able to obtain new in
dlctmeiiK under thoe t lieumstnuees
The one Hue bill which was permitted to
tie shown to .he pi bile eje was for lmtc
lui and lirinn. the one against (.teniae
ltjm, who ev,ial weeks ai,j loivibli en
tered thu boatln'11-.e of J A l.entr, near
.Shellield, mid stole a quantity of tlslilng
tjLekte lielnnirintr I,. Hi T .. m ,....! ti n
with the ilcttlon fiauds of the tall before. I Hi own 'llieie was .inothi.i" in.11, ,,.,. ,..
It has been tigued by un of the gian I ' which should hae bem made publlt ut
uue. , uni us i-iniMii.ii 1 ierK 'llioiii.--.iti siilil
theio was only uni or body was enis.
Ileil. Tiie other indli iniuiit wiit it, ilnht 1M.
ward 1'ojter anU tieoige N. IJailey, fui ob.
taliilng money under-talse ptetenes. Aftei
voiibldiirable skiimlihtng nioimd, It was as
certained that the two men wro in Jail
and could not posslhlj get awuj, and the
Indictment w.ii, hamled over to the ivport
eis for luspeulon foster and llalley nte
the two sleek joung men who ate charged
with obtaining Wo fiom the tTnlon .Vatlnn.
at bulk b nieani. of tr.iuilii1..nt ..he, r-o
ami er stiliseipiyntlj capttued In Oinalui'
The Jury tailed to Indict Henry Koryth,
all Is J C hltne win wns f.lii.c.n.l .. ,.1.
obtaining a diamond ring fioin i, Michaels
by mearia of a lorged check, and M. tluth-
l. " s yiluiKru nun UlU.llCing llltl)
11 Memphis ralltcud bouse, and thei teiu
discbaigtd fiora Jail.
in maMiig us repor; to Judge Wofford
jiiis, but at tho bust moment was. held out
and handed 'to mo by tho foieman of thu
Juiy aw wo came uitalra. I want to be
ln.truucd .ibout tho matter and have tho
court teiiiaud it back to the Jury for fur
ther ai tlon."
Judge Wofford waited until Mr, Jamison
had finlshfd his speeUi und tluu Informed;
him that he had no power to reassemble
the grand Juiy and tho law imposed no
authority in him to dictate Itb action. Mr.
Jamison was .satl-dlid and tut down, and
the woik of dlschuiglug tho grand Juiy
went on. Tho prosecutor hald aftoi wards
that ho know th.it the com; had 110 au
thority in tho matter, but nieiely wished to
tlrmly U Hho fact in the minds of the pub
lic that theio tiad bun an indictment 10-
uitiRsi against tuo election tmeea, nut
mat it was lield out at tha lut mtiiiitH I the grand July was unite cur.itni t.. ....
without the hanctlon ot him or hla assist-1 pare a neatly wtltten document, In which
out, Mr. .Veal, , it set touh that It had been in je.slon Jmt
As tho Juiy Hied out and tho court room! thirty days, convening ilrst 011 September
borame tuiet. it was tisccrvalneil that tha 2. It had iut'stli:aieil n..p -1.1 ,.,.,... .,..
1115 sterlous pijwr wab an Indictment drawn had found JU iue bilU and Iift-sli. "no
111, by Ml Jamison liluikelt ugainst John bilH," There hail Mi 3.51 witnesses sum
M y and John Morun, Second ward bosses, moiled beloie It to testify in tho cases uti
tute one I li. Mradluiry it U ,i matter L
U li'cciti iuslu) i' yv rt4uuij nu ill-1
V nvVhtiaUttOU. Jt hail illbitorte.1 thl
julJ and uoikhouxe tiiiiliig: (he
j t i9 MiMftr icouif lUHirS it nUCl
j ti .1.1 in .-.f 11 1-11 1 r 1 1 1 j fii tn.tr iiiinntu o l. ' j .
witne far the iwtb ir thVease of A. 6 , ,'de of larceny bur- ary' robb,rv "f.s"
flurlc, one of the inUIUtd election Judges i"ul with Iment' to T MU Jlmh"a uhailT
and hpw his ttstnions;. und his alone, suo- incest, toigeiy, obtain ugiioney under
leedid hi convlctlt.g Cl.uk. i false pretenses embtzzlement wliiMni f.
Tor two week past the grand Jury i-oom I m ,iL p ijuimui'atlnir ami s.Sfn ,, -lni fe"
has been thu scene, of ono rund of scrap-1 wi ueses bI!llo box ini5!Jr,?B ,l"','5"
ping and wiie pulling. It was ery much r!i tiln aiid laiiou nihei .Vifc,faUo. .r,;Bl!
'lesiicd bv thu uroi-ceutlng attorney and I1I3 ,S.M?" '."a..Nf,;101 T.P'F'.'.T 1,,.C!. l a
by thu uro:
assist int, ill". .N'tuI, that new Indictments
siiouiu 00 leiumeu ugainst .May, .iioian,
Owsley. Krueger, and in fact ull tho in-
11K ieu election liters Mioe cases nau oecn
inKen on changes 01 etiue to other courts,
as iu hrunu Jury a biiiwequent repoit
shows this would preclude the possibility
01 the caiea being thixivvn out of couu
oetauso ot a uaw in me ronnei" indict
ments, and it would certainly bo less c.
pensive 10 navo wie cases ma In jacilson
jfut these electldn manipulators hfid four
int-iuia mi jne Kruuu jury wnose support
was staunch and true, and as It took nine
of the Immortal twelve Jurymen ta tlnd a
irue oiu, mo couiuy pixsecuior ana His as
sistant, Mr. Nenl, lulled of their manly
efforts. They left the criminal court Lulld
1ns together after the grand Jury was dis
charged, and going south on Oak btrtet,
turned west at Independence aenua and
(-ought the heart of the business portion
of the fit by an exceedingly ruuudubuut
wdy. Mr. Jamison w-atched them frori the
south window in his olllce and softly
mused to himself as they strolled along
with downcast ejes;
"There to the four saddest men In Kan
a.v City to-ulght."
Mr. Jamison was laughing when he
mused thus. Ill low chuckle was only
kept from penetrating into the outside bull
becauso his oliice door was locked. Ml"
Jamison had good reason to be l&uehLasi
aiiuaivntlv well ..i.Hsii..i uitu iu'...,.
It took upon Itself the mithoilty to dic
tate to the polke oltleei-s, Ja-Uns of thu
puace -and piosecuung uttoue-y that theie
should be inoie .liseieiion tiged hureatter
In bringing nines befoie the graml Juri li -sofai"
as the summoning of witiiesseo was
concerned It said:
"111 fcoine v.it, tint hao beep brousht
befoie this body, a great civiwd of wit.
neses weie tertltied from tvrtiln Justice's,
com is, to prove a ery timing chaise
when It is well known that thetistlmony of
two reputable witnessed Is suillclent for
us to Indict."
Then eamo a word of caution to 'the Ju.
tlce coutts and tho piosecutlng uttorney
'to not In the futme make the string ot wit
nesses so large that It would the the gran 1
Jury out befote its woik had been coin,
further on In the report wtra these start,
ling words, "The Juiy desires to cull the
attention uf the louit to the piuctlco or
largi toiporations and linaueial Institu
tions of uiresilng panics who may have
une of (.oIleCtlniT nioiiev
This w is proh.ihh lue.int to bo u rip at
tin Mutllei and A merit 11 people, who nu
cceded in iiettlng two men out 01 their
sii posed tiouble without un) iipp.ueut loss
of 11. sh
'i hen i aine 11 leliieme to the sensation il
n pot ts published In the two evening papeis
during the euilj d.ij of the giaiel lurj's
elitence when it mi ll.iunti d aliioud
tjiioughout the land tint the giand Jtirv
was imcsUg.itlu,-' ehugts .igiinnt piomin
nt public ollleluls, wlm. It was iilkg,sl.
hud accepted moiiuv fnim 1'ele Kline, the
lotteiy king foi allowing his games to
inn. rue giaiiu juts iiiinisse. it with .1
wave ot the 11 ind It s is
"The Jut Inn stlvUe I the rumor, etc
The nvidewe di-clo-,. d tile tiet that a tin
bo; containing ilieiks widen wire non
nthn ill in those paid tun In the course or
Mr Kline's buln- for seveial tais
buk, hul been dl-ecvoied The grand Juiy
toiild li.ive no eiithly gtoimds tor invtsti-
Kiling Mr Kline's ptlv.ile business Ft
stems to have been a job put uji en tlu
committer- ut saletj b. .1 nuiig man nsmi I
Kcll, wlio soughi to InvolVH Mi nkelly
iilui at tre uniiio nine mini tne eonimiiiet
ii.'o itj.ii him 1 neat sum of mom v. He
Hist demanded J Wo, hut Un ling the com
mittee haul to 'eon ' diupptl 10 Sl.it w, then
kept dropping it 11 ill he inched ?'i, when
he gave up the elias... It was tlinught that
Kfllv wis a .lellc tor Ivlln. '1 he pie.seiit
ciutiMll.in of the bo of eheks is unknown
ui the Jurv."
Tlie juiy ne.M infoimed the court tint
the Jail was a tavnilte jd ice for ,1 i.-rtiilu
eiirninil Uetuein whkh seeintsl nil her ton
wi 11 pleased to Un In a cell fur sumo sm lit
oftensotind e-u at the expi in-e of the 1 01111
t. It found the Jail in all exeellriit sinl
tar condition It Hubmitted Its tepoit re
giiding tin wniklioiise, widen was pub
lished WedneMl.iy mottling.
It noxt took up the eleiliim cu.ses and
"The Jury had under invotigatiun for
several weeks tome of tin eleet'on cases foi
frauds committed at tho polling pints dur
ing 'the election last fall. A uiijuiity d.
slted to 1 (Indict the election !ls.ers and
gang bosses In older to con eel any poslbl
defect In the foi met" Indictments iig.ilu.t
them and to save expense to tho county bv
having me guui punts iimisui n. ""
befoie Judge Wolfoid A mliiotlty refused
to vote for tho now lndletmeiils, hoiveve-t.
cl liming that there was better chaiiee of
conviction among tho faimei" of I'lntte
county than there was In the wilds- of Kan
sas City "
This hiibjtnntlates what was published In
the Journal Wednesday moinini- that no
elevtton Indictments would bo it-tinned .and
the fact that Mr Jamison tried tp for. e
the Juiy to lecouile n Indictment of its
own rreatton against May and Morn 11
makes true the assertion also made b tin
Journal that theio were charges ng ilnst
twi men being ipi esttgite.1 w hi. h mljj it
result lit indlclraeiiH being irtiirne.1 Tho
inillctment was a most returned, and had It
not 1 "en tor the ehlckenhe tiled action of
two ot the Jurymen, nt the last moment, it
would luie long before this have been
placed in the hands . if an olilcer and
scnel. So much for the September grand
AN ALLEGED C0UNTERFEITER,
Caught mitl Held la M. I uuls-Wt 11 Known
in We. turn Mi.iuuil and (late
Under Arrest Here,
It, A. Sehrnder, who was a cuest at the
Savoy, and left worthless- check theie,
on which ho received W from the tleik,
npiears to hive operated somewhat exten
sively duilng the few dajs he was In tho
city. He aho appear to have managed
to get away fioin the city with whatever
cash he secured. He was a guest at the
Midland for a tew days, as well as ut the
Savoy, and secured to ftom the clerk there
by kaying a. valueless c-utrc-te mi il-v, maiwi
on the riut Ration il bank, of Peorlu Ho
also secured several dollars in change ut
the Imperial restaurant, on est Ninth
street, by paslng a $3 bill and claiming It
was, a live and securing the change. A
mail answering his uYiiriptlon ry closely
attempted to lllm-llaiii Da Clerk Caldwell,
at the Cexttes House, hue was unsuccevful
In the attempt. The police aie of the opin
bin th.it St header is an all round ciuok
ami aie trying to follow him.
der .11 lest at St. T.ouis charged with piss
11 L' euuiueifelt bills and that hi- was In
Jul In deiault of J3,") bond, l.ovell. when
nnesle-d, gave the name of John Arnold
and tlilimd to Ls from Kansas City, but
his real name wis aseeitulued bv a mes
sage he M-nt to his lumber it Dtiiv. r. who
is 1 deputy United States marshal thtre
With li 1 in at the time of his anest was
another mini who gave the name ot George
l.enelkld. but who is believed to be a
well known oung mm Horn I'trtlo
i'hi federal ollletrs had Novell under ar
rest here last .summer on the chnrw of
pissing a bad bill .it l.oui- ItobldouVs
saloon Just after Hih l'ortle Springs eon
it ntlon, but he was ,ible lo escape hv st.it
Ing that he reeein I the bill it 1'e-itle
Springs vviille he was drunk and did not
know of its being b ij and hid no Idea of
winking a fraud on .invone lie mid.- such
a stiong plei that hi was able to dish'ait
en thi piosot iiiliui He was intuhtil lor
by will known nit 11 who il timed to haie
known him ior mm- vi-ats e wn tui
nteil dtj nttornev m Nevada and 11 pi emi
nent Pemociath polltklan in tli.it portion
of the state .mil hid i-tond well prloi to
the trouble hue Since in- wus nlt.ied
he bis been In Un tit a 101 tlon of the i
nine unci si tn-ti in.ii ne 11111 ntieit to ivniain
in re anil open a law ouii-e.
Ills tuothc r, the deputy United States
maislial at D"nii r, Is at St I.ouls Irving
tu raise lviud ftn tin Iinprt-ontd nun. Tin
ollkers In It in., verj much Interested in
guinst the Dulil l-iit kliiu- Coinpiiiij,
Heiinin I.uilwlg.ind Hhtlnliaidt Kuehne
m inn 1 laini to lie the ownei-. ol a little
stole will, h vi.it ittached be the IVild
I'lu-kiiib" t'imp.ui-1 p.ople in lv'H. Ku I111 -maun
bioimht suit for lo,i for malicious
ittai brut nt, unci on Iho same day l.udwlg
In.uight a nmil.ir suit tluough the sime
attoriiej. ICiielineinann wns tiefeated in
Judge Sloltr's ennit 'luesdiv and I.111I
ivli's suit wctu on ti-iil it; Judge ll.iu's
cout t esttld i.
'lu.dtj's 'r ihIiihI Court Call.
11J73. I'lourno Il.iiv and John Hke,
111111 del In the lirsl ikgtte
la".7l. .) jIiii T Kbh. .Mien r lb .d nnd
P n, 'IVibk toic-er) in the tlrst tiegi ee
Kin"; .1 W. Morgan; assault with in
tent to kill.
nun 1 'iuu ks cinrlt, grand Linen
in.; I Knock Dins and William Utoigo.
mtirdei in the Hist oern.
Y. M. C. A, AFFAIRS,
Secretary .folia 1.. Mnrshiill.cif the Mtidents
Aolllnteer lloleineut. ill pend
Mind 11 hi Ibis tlt.v.
.Mr John 1, Mai-hall, (r ivellng secretary
of the students' voluuteti movement, will
opeud Sundiiv in this eit and udditss the
student volunteeis at tlie M. C. A.
pallors S.ituiday evening at "-SO o'clock,
and on Sundi evining at 7 l" o'clock In
Dr Hopkins' church (first Congregation
al). Alt. iliushall Is a stiong, eloquent
speaker, and a graduate of Nebraska State
A course of l medical leettues hnvo
It. en ariangerl to lake plai e ui tlie V M
C. A., b. ginning with tin llisi halt of 11.it
mouth and 1 outluiilug iv.i monih Hut -attii,
to be givin In ino-t piumin.nl
phj-Klais of kanms 1 in
tiegiuuing with Thin '
and even 'ihursdav u 1,
the fall, vvluti 1 and .-ip 1
nient, lecture of some mh 1
be given .it the V il c
atsotl 1 tlon night.
ALL OPERATIONS GUARANTEED!
ivt'., P1JB3.V Js3W
t- .1 .f-itkl sre-T . r -tta- . 1
Oldest and Original.
LI 1 a s w6 I i S i
ri i.-vi:ak.. 11 1 , intuit
The Jury In the suit brought bv the John-soii-Urlnkmun
Conimissinn Compinv to le
plevin tlute car or wheat fioin tii.- .Mis.
sourl r.iciile Itallway Conip-iti, leiurneil
a veidlet In favor of the commitsioi uieii
esleiday The l.iilway eotnpui nude in
apiilleatlun lorn 11. .1 tlUI, wlileli was oiei
ruled by Judge Henry.
Dr. Stephens lirbu 110tbur .suit.
Dr. Nannie A. Stephens, who dlsmUaed
her dtioreo suit against Italph St.nhens.
which w.u 011 trial in Judge S-arrltt's
conic, vvttiiie-ciay, nas iirougnt uie suit
again, but bus chosen Judge Dobsun's, di
slon, 'i'he allegations are the nine us
Will Make "Punts."
The Star J'ants Ceitup-iny, with a tapital
stack ot IU,r), illed iirtlcles of Incorpora
tion yesterday afternoon. The obj. ct of
win no to minuraetutu
Ititiiuirkiihlti Case or ri cucitv- l ltnes,.i
at tin. pinlie Mntloii.
A woman who is known In the Noun !
end as Dili Conbiy was urn-stc-d b I'o
ikeniiiu Jeriy Hog.in at JO ,W o'rloclt 3-es-incliy
on a elunge- ot moliieatlng ller
5-yeiir-oM dauglit. r. May CVihoi 'ihe
mother whs loek.d In a eel! and tin- girl
was tin tied over to the agents of the Hu
mane Society. She is -uid to b. .in inooi
ligilik child and has ten In tlo Hotne of
the Uooel Sliuplierd and In lb. D.1.11 of
Hope Alter u conference with the tnoth
ei of (he gltl It was deckle 1 to I'laei hi r in
tho Home of the lloo 1 Shi pi 1 ' ,1 - .'n
The glil was standing b in Hi. t.ip
lain's dek when she wi toll tl it h.
would En tu the llonie of tlu 1 iuu 1 bu p
heid Sin. began to i-cte up and 1 lilt 'n 1
the Iron lalllie atouild the d r,U il.c was
removed In iok.-. but sh.- kit k-' an I bt
at Uni pom. nttin who held lie 1 She luuli
not be takt 11 on the cable eats alio tho
tmbiilant'e w is called. Two polcini 11
1 .11 1 i'.i In 1 to ihe iiii1ju1.hu- and h. w i
onlv ciulettil b ihe tlreut that she would
be bound and B.ig0ed.
l 1 . 1
11 h on
; 1 1
' 01 v il
II I)-, ill. 1
5 ft 3 "ft3
M I SO
10 West Ninth 5t.,K(insns City, Ho.
I.e ullilg 11 1 SlI.' ee f t Son lull-it in Hlool,
N'ere - ui Cri n 11 - ie-J
1 Minuls 111 nil I IV, with In many
gt 111 sriuiitouis 1 111111.
I lost VI I, VI lit peumanentlv icitorftl
s I'ltli 1 1 cnied tor life without mercury
I (Ills IK". DI-,1 Ms curem qui!; and
Hills Vl.l, ill III Its 1- It, ronstl't Dr IL
' J. liittifr mi irtoiet- the r.iiiilld oiimlna of
.ipliy-ki.it t t x 1 1 li-m- t-Uill and Integrity
No 1-ir'irulMt.i-111 1 k 'i l: in in 1 W full lie I
T i MiJililN'. (uiii-litd at un ill cisi and
ftJv f-nt leiwlitre seiled 'lieiliuiut NI.VL.lt
? vM 1,11 11
' I Itl I rnn. nil it Ion .mil iinn-iry aniiysli
VayS fjllinit1 t hiiiltn mil siDergemies, st, ilet
uul"" Im t 1 ins Mumps, lllaujsl'rel
Over liOO Tentli Cstriictcd Daily. KO
PAIN UF: Ua.N'uKR. ArtiliuiHl Tpcth
wumtntcil to i- it I prliirtly. Decayed
jiu! acltintr teulh, If wui th it, illlutl and
725 fASN STREET
UTMAtl, KtULBACH & CO., Fropi
Call or .1 luiess 111 lOiiUdfuo
DM. IJ. J. VVHITTIER.
Ill West M11II1 st , It VNSAS Cl I , 3JO
J, II Jt.misey, who occupies proper!) in
the West bottoms which belongs io the
count). 1ms been ordeied by the tounty
tomt to pay up the lent, or move.
William Htadhead and others 'Mrulshred
$l,!iiJ in the ilttiopolltan National bank to
the cieillt of tho Cl "ion bank, of Clmai.
roll, Kns,, jesterct
bOJlhililNO DP A.N Ol'KHATOi:.
The Hotel Check buludler ( oreiicd a Wide
1'ifld In Kansas Lit).
The federal ofllclals In the city were )s
l.rdav notilled tht J. A, Lovell was un-
L'se Ilorsforit". Aeld rhospliate.
Dr. U I) ALIEN, illiineapolli, .Minn., sayt;
"I lave prtscrlijed It lit extreme nervous cases
and Indigestion w lib great satisfaction. "
t'lirlmlan l.inliiivor .Meitliig.
A lii-montblv lallv of th Pbi-luilin l'n.
deavor societies of alt the churches In the
city will bu held at the I'irst I're3bterlan
church. Sixteenth and Holmes streets,
next Tuesday evening. The subject for the
evtnlng will be, "Denominational loyalty."
Prompt relief lu kk liraeUcb, dlzzlneti
nausea, constipation, pain lu tb side, guarna
ttd to thoie using Carter's Little Uvtt i'llls.
1 !uors for Kaniai.
Shipped dally in secure packages by
QEOltQi: KYSSKLL. Druggist.
Opposlt ftaltlDf room, Union depot.
linn .. of 1 niioi.toii, iiiituti-d
Chief liwiu reeeiv. 1 word yc-terd'iv f
marnltig thu Hauls ILiiris ha I In or in-
dieted by the giand juii at (' r ol tn, h
nq , un roiil 111' .1 i.mv pa iseiij.1 r on a ir
.Itto.isn luiuuatj iiani nue (lir lioiu lilullE.
wick, iio , two months ago Harris was
captured in this city a horl lime nflei
the alleged lubhu and turned over to the
sheuit at c.irieillton. Ho is believed to
bu an 01 1 limn eioou.
Ileal I..I.U.' -i 1 1 s.
crutchir cv Weli-h sold the seven room
bri'k retldence, ."o .1 Kist rourtcenth
street, to Dr. W. C Wedding for II. Hath,
awn), vesterdny, toi U,M culi The tame
llrm sold a tifty foot lot on Walnut siieot,
'etweeu Thirty-eighth and Thirty-ninth
ntreets, to ileorge Southwell, fur W C
I'aiket, for $l,W) cash; a house uml lot In
Kansas Cil), Kas., tor $UW, and a lot In
Armourdule for Aio.
I'luul llorlsl of I'r.llik ,1, llalrd's ICi-iniio..
Tho remains of the late Crunk J llaird.
which have been bing in a lulvute vault
lit Llmwood cemeterv since last summei",
will be lemoved to I'orest Hill cemetery
101 burial to-morrow afternoon. The serv
lies will be conducted by the Hev, Mr,
Hill und will be attended only by the Im
mediate members of the family and a few
Mm. Whulow's Sootms-a Svitup for chil
dren teething, sotleus (be gums reduces luuiin
mailon, alujspalu, cults wlm! colic :Sca Lotiu
llio Vi.tport it tVildo Ital vviv
Will iuu lis trains every two hours, on
week days and every hour on Sundavs.
from 7 a. in, to 9 p. in., for the inecomrno
dalton of tunning, fishing and nutting
parties. Tills road Is through the linen
country around the city and the scenery
tho most beauitlful. Depot, Westport ave
nue and Mill street.
I'.rtle Spring! LUcor.iou.
There will be a special meeting of the
"good of tha order" committee of tho A.
O. I' W. at B. It. Olcott's. 1018 Walnut
street, to-morrow evening The object of
the. m.etintr 1-. In main n rt..inu-,,.u...u .AH
tea iuui-bUm to l'rtl Bsrlusa Octobcif m. I
usu another lorioii's jiulgmont
in soleoting thmk tor your-
boliove that ".til piano men lie, "
for they dou't. We Don't.
Wlmtever wo toll yon about our
goods you can roly on.
A ? itWHM'.?ivvgr3tSK
whatever !Wf ySaBglWrvSir
1 Estimates Giieerfully Furnished,
KANSAS CITY PIANO CO,,
1215 MAIN STI4GGT.
We haye the most satisfactory
UAS COOKINQ STOVE in tho
city. We connect them up in
your house free. Come in and
Zahner & Battel!,
No. 12 W. lOth-
W 11 rrnu Prk t W llenin- a
lit wunt.) t iv M ti timnn i t ti
BAA Tohilvjo!., V Prea C it Itocswru., Titn.
op Kansas sisr, mo,
MH TOItU lin BCIlDltO
Aceoimts, subjpt't lo check at
fisrht, rci'Pivod irom ikUvMiihU,
I linns ami corjuiratious on tho
J most fuvornblo terms.
Legal depository for Court mid
Acts m Uxeoutor, Guardian,
Admin' triior and Receiver,
alao as itogistrar and Transfer
Auent for btockB aad Boadi.
8. A. METZNER,
Dealer id Sloie Hepairi of Ewry Descriptijn,
3U1 . OtU St., Kama tltj, at.
-C..t ubw J4VL1U1141 ItCOU
nunc .uv CtVCb.