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TUB KANSAS CITY JOUKXAI WEDNESDAY. XOVEMJJEIl 20. ISOa
ANOTHER FOR THE VIKINGS.
III.AT Till' PHI:SI IV rilt: lOt'ltM'
Ml M ROM. I.l Mtlllt.
7hey Hrni Hie IHI Ifelll, teklSg tit
lead Hi the start kimI tsermnlsr H t
the llnlh--..tnei srsl kiaml
ni lt of (he bowline Urnrti.
- d i nlcht th er,e of artist,
' frfd to the Orand lpy The
- -i tho Mkinir -fid She
" rwsitfsd tn oft easy
t k HMt p
H finish. The
, ftvorot i
i i' 'of by the
I t The alt?
' '- ' Ih- I'hw-tH.
t to to. able th
t.d bull work
r t the Vlt
r -log tee
MirSi mar of
' ( if 1 Cabn for
I" t It W!t 45
: ni bOler
r ' .of man of
. iMual strikes
'h ar d ; Pi-
' " j '"! with 1
ii ' M striken f.
' l tl pm by A to
'i i! I'rlmn eeh
Several Of tin
i isrh thoy were
n i The score
Hip On in 'llilt I'vettlng.
irrmnt imw this evening fill
the Acme and Btandard, on
i nlley The testes are evenly
in 1 the contest should b a hot
V DtNO OF THB CU'88
Won Lost. Per ft
1 0 I.W
S 0 I.WO
i o l.mn
' i v
o a .ow
.IK. Iff . TEAM HCOKRS.
s 2 1
mvr isnmDL'Ai, scores
i mklln Oil
II r-l 49
I ore! 497
) wards 4'il
in. 'Dickson (T.
' )in 4f.'
1 r r 45
r Woolf . ,...:
ARRANGING FOR THE BIG GAME.
Man.i;'',', ( nry, nt Kjiim, nn1 Mltrhfll,
nt 3INH(iurlf Met In Kitnit4
t It J ! ntnj
I'roffc r H T rarey, mnaR'-r at th'
K r ii- .rlty football i-am, ari'l Ilol-
! f Colurnb'a, monaiter of th
? rn rir-t In Karisax f'lty yestpr-
flnnl arrnnif' tnnt for the
I onteet on Thankfrlv!n? tlaj
1, m now In ra'lln-ii for th
i' !t th eelectlon of thv olllPlale,
Mitchell accompanleil Mnnnr
I iwrenrtj ytdtcrday and th-s
frj inr ynn man i ri are
n i' the am will bP thi rjlsf-Bt
I nt iriJhc Wetory of th Kama
v m ano that It will be wltncaiie'l
tireaklny Towd Ah a matter
'th gpnTlomn arc fllli-il with
i iii thflr rfi-Mlve tmrni will
!! ypt-r(lay that the ki
i promptly at 2 JO o' lock
k lo k oh In forrnpr parn, no
hi tinlsheil Wore H fipglm to
NIAHfcR AND FITZSIMMONS.
r rials C'luiiiplon'ft Haphcri Ac
"mart' Oirer for n I'lKlit
Nov 19 A fight between
n'l Bob FitJWltdmonH for th
' nampionalilp of the world
ii-urtfl Iun Rutart'a offer of
ntpjit between the
". luar, Mfx ,
I in i l j QMlmi on
' wi ral laa
t - liahl Ilfx-
i Matn-r for
ii I it Ih'i time
n piancu U ua
. I I iii' r will fight
' ' iiuisif ami
i In Mixlro
i u want
I to pay
' to 1,
4 to 5,
M'-bael. S to
m or.d, Totn
i f furlongs
to 1, third.
i a half fur-
.ray, 4 to J,
I . minion
I ' lhth day
ii, a third
i dona fln-
. furlotige. HIIko.
. to L sneond, Im
,m. 1 a
ii p, tnlltt and fifty
, t to S. won, Kgbar
la, to 5. third. Tl
Five furlongs reel, 1 to I.
''."' ,u 6' 'WWli WftMr
mi I Time, I H
HollinK, one nilte Ace, 4 lo
third tIum, 1 4M.
Four and a bftif furjungs
? to !, won. Hlr Wellington, u
n 1HK.4IVV. iv , tniru.
Itisull st I'liilllm.
re Md , Nov. U. Hrst reo-r
' tor 3 to I, Mton; TeUgrain 7
i i Hlssttsetta. to 1, third
One inlle Augusta Well'. I
my (lauttii, 6 to I, sieoinlj Lady
' . l. thlid Time, l.W.
in Five fui longs 'I'rliitulo. l
fiieli Reel s to 1. seonia, HiJmt.
I thlnr TIuip 1 W
' i i Wile an 1 a elsieviilli. Cu.ir
wiii Kmnll'.iuil, 4 to t, sscouu,
l I thlid Tltiu I
Five furlongs U plour, ( to
li mill, 7 to Vt, !, lillsU, 3
lltne I ".'n
line mile Unu lll.la 1 ... K
or v an to I s.ioud,' 1uLh.
u llllrd 'lime, I U.
. in mill I. i t,nrs
Ban rrii.ls o Nov IK First laxe Vt
ut . i ii 1. 1 1 longs, selliug liuudola, a lo
I vi i ad I to l, mioii'J, liurjiuili, S
t I l i I line 1 11
i i ii.e and a half fuilonxs
fcr ' f I .to I.' t i 1 won Last FhiiiM e,
4 to ' ' . i Ijjiheaut of 'lowers, to 0,
tbit t, 1 1 i.i
I Mid run live und il half furlongs,
uiliitur Ferritins 3 to 1 vvnn HI I.ee a to
j. si gnu, utile uoyij, iu to 1, tmru Tl
i. - -- ,- ..-.,-".. . ; - . -.- t--- - --
fc-p,e, H .
' to won; ItrM, I o i, aeonA, Vipf
alW). t 1. IrilM Ttm, 1 Hi ..
fifth , ftvbr mile, eelllhe. JUppy
"T.j to , yon, Jjoniiii ii to 6 feeonai
on CsaMt, il to I, third Tfm, I M.
lirik lm 1I11 I'trtipit.
Orh, rte Nov. 1 -A p,ll t fj
'! from l.lnroln NpIi . ryr Th K
b'ii rtiivernty tm hae protteJ the
fit pll here with KanMf. Btufday,
Kna playpd both end bk and
futtattiM by t'mpire tweney, vIolttlnB
tho Tole.Pflftpttoh rule, thy claim Til
prtrteet 4HII probbly -om tiTor th om
ert tli InteMtate At,l-(in "n, OJtll
in re It I allowed the came Will be
i ii in
sbrak 'hut tfcinp Out.
Otngha, Htb , Soy. 1.-A Pp1I to the
from Crete Neh , y The roan
poffefe and Nbrk Ut oliprelty foot
hall Team had a hot pontt hfp to day
reulttnt tn 'h Mtory of the unlvereit
tajyi hy a (por Of 24 to 0
(xllfern) i.grtp Alundoned
Ban Kfaiwieo Nov II fati'aln fom
Mr, who 'me to (tan Krari'ifo o rMv
interest In baa!! h rturrnd to i hi
nuro and I bo f.'allfornla leaarue hae b r.
.Sew SlnnT t L .lnpb
8t Joph Mo Not l-(pU!i K-irk
H Hallr. who marared th' Pe ri !
ball team lat -aeoi h bpn h'in '
handl tho "l Joeeph nine for the m r.i;
MEN OF DEGREES.
Mrit' Clan of kPOttlh llltri MAion Mure
Aflrantprt In Ihp (IriUr tlm J lrt
Day of tlip ConvtipfitlMn.
A elM of twentj-plRht took the fourth
to th fourteenth dirree inPlueUe, In
Adonlram Iodf of leiftlon No. 2, Scot.
tlh Kite, yepteniay. the day belnir the
flret of Mr- tall convocations. The candi
date were. Clarence A Pattteon, Robert
punlop a w. Shipley, John H Kord, Al
len M Bley, Hot ton Crater, E 8 Porter,
i U Ean, II L, fluljtba. hr A. L L,ud
wfpk. A, H JwlwiPk, P Palmer, O O
Jkon. A K Ketan, W. P htlne, W B.
Jinlrd 8 W Spangler, H. II. Uparkf, M. J
Klhaii?, harp I pettlbone. John H. Ho
varrj. tValter H. Mrk-y an1 E H CYiitrhr,
all of Kanras citj, and W H "hlldrp,
Joplin. Jo'ph ronkr, MarahaJI, Samuel
Harrh. Uigirlntvllle. Or. Zuchary T. Mar
Tlie dKT'" -n-r- ronfrrd by V.'llllam
Hary thirty-third d're vem-raW- ma
ter, ajrelatnl by the following oi)lv,r- Wil
li tu laviit. thirty-two drrp, ."eator
Warden. Man ellua C Roee. thlrtv-twn de
tre. Junior -warden, Albion P Peae',
thlrty-two dp?ree, orator. Ktfphpn D
Thay her. th rty-thr dwtr-, aImonr,
Samuel !tophl-t, thlrt-two anreii, iwc
rtar fharlee P Haldol In thirty-two dp
Kreea treaaun-r, Pranl' V Thaxtpr. thlt
two dtrri-f ma-ter of rrptnunln, and
EJrneet O (Jalpr, thlrty-to dPKreei tylpr
i np -Aorn iook up rnoet or tne day and
eveninw. To-day th" tlftenth to the &iRh
tpnth d;rp", Inrlunu in ArPtopatru
fhaptpr No 2, Roup Croix, will b pon
ferrpl A numV-r of lltora attended the
CANNON WILL CASE SETTLED,
Ihe llplri Aerpp Upon a Coinral'ilonrr to
SpII tlip Itatntp.
Thp litigation hi tivpf-n thp hclri ol the
lat UP hard If. Cannon an to thp dKlalon
of his p'tatp van settled In Judp Slover'a
court yesterday morning It nag arped
that Jilllott H Jonpi be appointed om
mlealoner of the eetate to sell It to the
hlhet bidder and divide the proceed be
'JJ1;" ,h.t hplra Ah Mr. Cannon left no
children the helrp are hie nurUvIntr broth
pr and el-tera and thPlr children The
broth-re and elnti;r isjfif Thomas T
John W , ,Ivura .Sarah K , Edwin, New
ton ind fharleis F f'annon and Julia A
iJowden. Mellesa B ''hambera. Klla Hlbley
and Mary JenMns !,aura V. Cannon Is an
ntnate of the tat lunatlo Rxylum nt hsx
!'fton. Kj an 1 but it few ,ini p I.
Ryland hoc appointed thp curator for her
property by thp probate court Commis
sioner JoneB t'a.ve bond for tS.000 Jn tho
OWSLEY AND BRISTOW'S BONDS.
W. C. htnrrltt pilc;n for the former nnil
.I-rli,,,,! Lilllllt)'. IrriKllrer lUtulne,
-urnty for tin- I. .ttur.
Uz-Iter order of Voters C S riwlev n,t
II. O Ilristow appeared In tho criminal
court at Iridependpnrn ypMcrdaj, for the
purpose of bHIiib tonds to appear Uecem.
ber 2 and aland trial for ebctlon frauda,
if18, x-re:ordtr offere.I v. c. Searrltt und
J.'EjJ Farr M bondemen in the Hum of
Ii a. Rrlstow offerpd John Capell, coun
ty treasurpr of Jiukeon lounty, as his
aurety. This Is the up. ond c-e In which
the treaaurer of Ja kxon county him come
to the relief of men i harg-ed with election
1 1 rlmis On the duy pre.edlnB he sisrned a.
bond for Oeorke Pearcp.
MAh I NISW
'Iho Men Convicted of tlio llroolttlcld itob
bory ttiuit Another llmrlnt,-.
Motions were filed In tho feder.il court
yesterday for new trials in the casts
aKHlnst August Tannr and Joe peavjer,
' harjjed und tonvl tid of robbing the. post
offlie aafa at Urooktleld In thi moitons it
fa stated that the attorneys have proof of
perjury hating bten i omniltti-.l In the rotn
.ind that min h new and valuihb t,tlmony
b,is bri t, dlwosereil that was not known to
the ilif.ndants at the time of tho trial.
'Ihe motions are to be argued Monday mici
und some interesting testimony ib expected
as the wltntss. s to proto the truth of th
statements made in the motion are exam
ined. AN INITIATORY STEP.
Representatives or I .m.tlni; Plrins Arr, teit
fur laUtlns" tlin Ordinance Provid
ing for Htorlttij I ipl.Mltii.,
As an Initiatory slip toward cei.urlr a
closer obsirvanci; of th. ordinance whlfh
prohibits the storing ut pnvtd"! and other
exploslvis beyond twenty-llte pounds In
one store U,aile thi itty llintts repnsem
atlves of J F. BthmeUir Lo , Hlchards
& tjonovet, the American Buppb Com
pany, ajjd Ryley, Wilson & Co, were yi
li rday formally arreatod by the poll'e,
harRed with overstorlng explosives Insldu
the ')ty limits They were all ri leased on
their own re ognUancf s A m jvement is
on foot lo se'uie a l.ix jsrwder uuigaslne
of easy atnss for the use ef ttie large
firms, and ihes" arrests were merely for
the purpose of aiding in the movement.
ifscers I'lud Jlurli Hint It flnlrctlyn In
The ertirade by pluntbing Inspector We
ben an J his tn aa-iit una it.uint unsan
itary plumbing Is w i.i i.s forth good n
siilts In i targi. noiub r of n ins-nent-Ij
1 O bavi thi. It up. tor r .und tin
pliiuil.ing n an utibialthy 'ondltlon, As
the ilt ordlname now siun l the inspi t
or has prai IP illy no power to abate tin
evil ecupi by givlna notii e to the owtn r
as in i i.i state or air his miould the new
pliiiiibliiB ordlnaiii bi pussi t this ton II
lloi urn be runedltd uu it provides (or
pmiiKhmuit of th negle tful ones.
Mlts. Vi;.M lilt's l.l'.t.l Ultr,
'His Drent llorilfliler Mill lie llelrd lit llio
'M-hel JetuiPs-Venter, who will In lure
t th ci(i, upera house tills afternoon,
limkVBK he i til si public apMrum.e in this
my In six yars, though aline her lst
Vtstt here she has been on the I'm lib oust
live sui-iesslvi- Seasons besides Hpctntlith a
l-rt deal of ilrno iu Buropu and the Kust
rt states Mrs Vttilter for initio ai.
Was iubo. late editor of th Mrs. Jenti. ,
Millet Motiibl Is author of stveral books
on duse rifuiin and plijsl. ul lulluie wits
tin I III xl publh txisineiit of nil v si al i ultiiii- '
tor uoin.ii was the llrst wi.muii to aJopt
Ihe dlvldid tklrt. the first to ildi tutrseba. k
.ill'We, U u III III bellvvr ot the so-iullid
'ralnv day" dtess. and thinks the lorsul
lit onii for Imiulsllloii
Her lei lure tills afternoon will treat uin
the soilul side uf phyeliul ultup .
the value of lomit um elegant iui
rtHge, the social gisu.es uiut the vulgurlMns
svu in sotlely fine ttll SllolV tint
baldly urn- is ism la u hundred ohseivis
tHiii't walkliiK, sitting, briMtlilmr or i-tan I
HUv, ,inu vvii, boon now lai usiiu) ve uru
on many of our nmges,
l.liuurt for Kit ntita.
Hhlpped dully Iu sccurii packuk'es by
OKOltdi: IJVHHlil.l. OtugKlst.
Opposite wultliiK ruom, I'nlun dtpot
l.tllnl lo 'lake Out l.lienses.
At Ilia. Insloti o of the I'ci'iims Inspector
vvurrants havi been Isrued from Hie otllee
of the ilerk tf the poli-e tourt for Weir
berKu & l)onudsoii, iluitibtrs William
Willi. miisMii ore insuran t . It A Klimm.in.
lire In tiranct! broktr, und Petty Vun Ulld
er, insurants. Thvy hvv fulled to take out
l UOHK.NO GUiL.
I Stand Ten Hours a Dar,
(irtetit rn ors uit ttitttt j
"I har nf.
i! n pla,
a ' !,ne?.bPK.
a , and U1
In l K i'lnk'
I i i s Vejreta-
I ' f ompOtUlil
I . n In.
'rCSJr.rw hfp. I ree-
ink nil hi It tO
. i 'inu I'd.
BOYS WRECK A FAST TRAIN,
III.MtMi: f P.IIIM. ll.s t.M) SPIKI.R ON
XIII. M.U ItJIlK (I.MI'.AI.
Imtn Dltchpil Mhlle Itnnnlnc 'etentyllte
Jlllet ;n Ilosr l.uctiieer and 7 no
IrainiM Killed I un of the
lloy I mler ArreiU
Sjrmeiwp, N. Y., Nov. . A dHboratc
attempt was sucremfully madu a few
mile went of Rorrw this monvtti,? to
wreck train No. oh tho New York
Cnul railroad, the engine and all of
the cars on ttie train being ditched and
completely wreekisl The eriKlner of
the train, Natl Hager, of Albany, and
tvvo tram -were killed. Tits fireman,
Chris Wagner, of Albany, and Mall
Clerk Porter and if. J. McCarthy tro
This Is the second attempt within
throe weeks to wreck the name train
near the suns fpol, Which Is an Ideal
one for the commlnslon vt fuch a crime.
It Is on a heavy down grade, and train
usually run down It at the rate of elxty
flve miles an hour. Thin train, not stop
ping at Rome, generally goes down the
grade at a yrct. rate of spewd and It is
belleted here to-day that it must hate
been running rltsv- to seventy-five milts
an hour in order to make up a few
minutes loot time. There is not a houso
within half a mile of th'j plare.
The wreckers broke Into the section
tool house and stole ome tools, with
tthlch they removes! the itahpiates
which fasten the rails to the tlea and
pulled out tho spikefl
The train left this city at 3.30 o'clock.
It consisted of four mall cars ond three
sleepers. Ther were eleven iKtal clerks
and fourteen pansengers aboard, besides
the members of the crew. When the
crah came the engine was thrown from
thp track Into the dtu h and completely
submerged in the mud, only the driving
w heels on the left vide bting above the
earth. The cars were piled up pro
miscuously. engineer Hager Went down with his
engine and mot hate ber-n Instantly
killed The llreman, Chris Wagner, was
badly Injured about the head and it is
feared that he te Internally hurt. The
two trampH who were found dead are
supposed to have been stealing a ride on
the forward end of the llrst mail car
dlriftly In the rear of trie engine
John Illldreth and rrederiek Bristol,
two boys have be,-n arrested by the
Central Hudson detectives at Rom",
charged with wrecking the train After
the arrest young Hlldr-th broke down
and confessed that lie and Rrlstol, in
company with two other boys named
Herbert Plato and Theodore nthKard
had broke open the tool house and with
the aid of tools thus secured had re
moved the fishplates from the rails.
No rauee la given for the deed
The city hall, in whleh the poller,
station la located, is surrounded by a
largf crowd to-night vrtio express fresdy
the opinion thnt the train wreckers
should be lynched The night and day
police force la on duty to prevent
The InqurtH over the bodies of Hager
and Homl was rsommenred to-t!ght The
principal -wttnes- v.ua Miss rvila
Ptrryin, with whom HUdreth hng bet n
keeping company She testll'ed that
Hlldreth carro- b, h r home on Cottage
street this morning and ate breakfdet
He told lier all, in know Ii Iglng that he
k part 1n wrecking th(- train When
they pnrted h told her Fhr would prob
ably not see Win again, for ht pxyxt ted
to be arrested, as he had oh( ttis hat
containing his name H- asked her to
telegraph to his father. J It Hlldreth
New York, rind tli him ho wag In
trnuble and to come lmmdlntey and
she Hold hIk- did us dlri-itry Wli n
Hlldreth lift her ho s.ld he was going
to seo th" tvrefk und h" told her she
ought to go, for It was a sight He told
her alfco that they did !f to rob the
pnasentters. He sold all h did was to
lead the boys to the place
A TIMi:V OUDKIl,
Chief Irwltl Will Instruct the Pollen tn
Prevent Loltwrlng on Walnut Mr, t.
The wanton killing of Charles F Karly
In front of ex-Ctmiu llman Andy l oej a so.
loon after a trivial ciuainl lias emphasis-d
the necessity of prcnutiotiarj police
measures to prevent a rt-petltl a of this
offense by well dressed rowdbs with pen.
''an'" for sulking tnoff.iiHve UtUttis.
Wlntlt street Is u vve puroled as my
other street In tin ltv p.ih.ips, but the
bjll'O hate niter mad. mi i ffort to k, en
It clear of tin Idl. and vl imm cl ms who
loltir In the dark plans ind omtimate at
the slr.et lomers to Insult the eats ol d .
iitiiey wun vue ami illsgustlnj; innuiiaire, i
or knotk down tiiij-e who happ. n to im or
their dlmileasure t hi. f Irwin ha- df 1 1 !. I I
to reform this antral., otis t ite of afTiuri
and has Issued Ineirn tlons to his pitrol i
mea to nirwst the in. n and but who in ik.
II a hWt to loldr "bug Wain it --triit
north of Ninth sti.it aft.-i duk II iv I
the tough must go fiotn Walnut i..t If I
it b.-i Minus iieeeisurj the .,i b i th u w is i
reeently prnmuliriited in ('hinisn tiiav b-
tnitiat.it ntre. t n ii tn s oiler nil ... r
sous found on tin stneH aft.r midnight
are stopjted by the poln e arid i losily iiu.
tloned, I'nles they give satlstsi lorj !,.
sons for being out so late the nntiol unn"ti
is isllad, The police reiords show that tin,
North end la gradually gmwlng totn,htr.
There WHS a tiuiriln In a Third stiett a.
loon ft few weeks ago There wss a nun
der at Eighth and Walnut fctrttU last
North Walnut street after dark Is lined
with evil w mil i n, who are growing bolder.
Chief Irvtlll SUJU this Is all to In hanged
The laugh Is to go, after-apis the women,
HtllllllW l.sl KANSAS tl,iu;i),
,n li u ul Mrctliii; al Mlililln .Mi rday lllg
ItiiHliiel I .ul .Mijlil.
WiohltM, Km . N'ov 19 tilal) To
tlay tliu iiiuuiiil iiii ting ui the Koiith-WisU-iu
KaiKXig Meitlcal Awe.,, mil,, a wan
held la tills iltv und tin following of
(bets vlt Its I i'lihi'li'iu, la WiiU.-v.of
II ul vane; .tit si tl. e prisideut, Dr.
li.itn.tdy. of Km k; stu.ad tin- prtsldeiit,
llr Polk, of Augusta, w.ritaiy, fir
llufltiuil), of Wleliltu, trtasurer, lr
i'urley. of Wlchlm 'J'o-nlght the
phy.lrsiins of Wlclilm tetulfud the as
aoolatlun tv grand b.tniiiet, ut which 100
Find 'I no Mint.
Petir Bmlth, who lives up 1 runs a mm
ston at Ni. 1 1 " t' iittal uv mi., I nu t. .1
to the Kansas t'Hv Kas jioll. lat night
that u etrint.i--r tat sm 1 lit 1 lus liont
windows with nn iron but mrlj in the
iiiili, li 'It I tvt i-hjfH it th man,
who l. I full ti I of it i opinion that
soiu one wuhtd to l.ill him. No urrtsts
MISSOURI SUPREME COURT,
!. lilt tl. OI'INI)N (II IMPtinTANtK
lll.MII.ll IIOH.t ii:1l lilJAV.
jsmsel II. one S, ed a vhprlff of Cole
toenty and Prank tlehbrt In llsvlest
toonty Death mlpDtei of Don
nelly and t'ltrgprald tunflrined.
Jpffpfson City, Mo . N'ov :. fSpcial i
"'jfrrn POtrrt m tssn met at S oclok
thi mornltrtt and dlitered opinions n fcir
c Inrlslon No 2 met, bsit rendPtl
no dpclslotis sfitl took a fw-se until after
n'PTt Thfs of the otlnlons ten!rd ly
the court eti btre ar tsry imt'oTtatit Twi
wore on eloctlon conte's, each f r t.
orfl"p of sheriff. In tf-e '! county con
t't the opinion st-als !tamuet H. Sons
l"To rat, cohtstsnt, uraln-t Charle 1
w i im Republican, iotUPstp In tn.
v ..a r.-onty th opttiion sats Frank Oeb
ln R.pubHrnn, ronteitee sralnt Blias
S. Irford D-mwrat (ontetant
Ir the Cole eoun y p Wllllamr had
iil-.n the oltlctal coint thirteen major, tv
-t't w begun by ?nr, who i-hars-. I
it- usl line of mistak's of counting
1 iu and error In the court .A rpcount
w i ordered by thp clr ult court, and utsn
tie r.'ount Bone had tntv.flve majorltv
W.lliamsr attorney, at the time of th
tr o if.t. asserted that frnmls hiw! bpeti if m.
mittpl upon the bail.' aftpr the o!!i lal J
ount and later on rciilt court movp-i
fr anothpr rfount whKh was ovprnileit I
Thereupon Williams analed To support ,
his mo'ion for a recount Williams Fubmlt
ted testimony of the o intt clerk to the '
ffeet that for thre- dns the ballots had
lain on the lloor of hl olllcp, and thrp
after were put Into the vault and wtt
ii'ssps swore that tho toileted that on
the reeount the) saw evtderep" of fraud up
on the ballots. The court, in rpecltb terms
di lares that whete s recount was not
thorough, or where evlpnes of fraud ex
ist and a projier atllrmatlve showing of
thp fact Is madp, a reeount and re-examlna-tlon
anew may bn ha I Rut to warrant
such further recount. t'i'Imony to Mimiort
It mtt be sxltlte afllrmatlte, and not
baspd upon "belief Thi" opinion grnnt
int.' or, proper showing a rerount anew
Is very Important, for that point has npvpr
heretofore been passed upon. It will govern
In all future cone.
In the I)avl'r
t Itlnlp llalloti
rountv cap the court
rlmply holds that the name of the totr
wntien upon the pack or trip raiif'. aoes
not tltlat." such bnllot This holding seats
O-bbprt, eight ballots for whom were ' tf
ftwd" by th counting Judges because
toters wrote their rames upon their bal
lots The countlrg of those pght ballots
brpaks the tie and ,' Oebbert.
The other decllons handed down by the
court en banc wire as follows In re Knos
Craig, ex parte, petl loner for a writ of
hoheaa corpus, itu h man rotntv, writ
denlpl John W, ' r lln l al vs the cttv
of St Ivjuls, tax lpn for JCO, reversed and
remanded, Chief justKe IJrace and Judge
M.iril. r in - tttence Atllrmed.
Division No. 2 of the supreme court rn't
late this afternoon and didivered opinions
In tvwntv cnt-pp. The sentencs ot Jamis
Ionnp, of Audrain .ounty, and James
i itinerant, or r)l. joins city, convicted o:
muruir In thp first dgrtt, were aMrmcd,
and December 21, ISM, was set for their
Donnelly killed Pamurl Turntr on July
2s. !, and robbed h'm of what money h
had in his pockets, a small amount only?
He was Indicted with on Thomas McKIn
ney. A set'rancn was grant' d and Mr.
Klnncv wa used bj the state to convict
James Plt7g ral! shot and killed his
sweetheart, Annie Naeseus, on November
ffl 1W In St. l.ouis He had ben drink
ing heavil) during th" day and threatPti
tng to kill somebodt Lite in the dnv he
ruhtd to the poll'e stutlon, with a pistol
In his hand, stating he had killed Annie,
but Immediate!) afterwards he made other
Htutempntp, declaring that another person
shot the irl and attempted to kill him. He
was e onvlcttd and appealed to the supreme
I.IM eif Opliilmn
Ry Presiding Judge Gantt.
David 13 Durney, ntipellnnt, vs. , R,
Moore, resjKjndtnt; J.u.kson county ; re
versed nnd remanded with directions.
State vs. W. . v.ers, St. Louis crim
inal court, burglary In ktcond decree: af
firmed. State vs. Andrew Glbbreath: Camden
count, ...sauR, Mte jears, retersed and
Slate vs Hnrlan: Howard county; mur
der In second d.grte, ilftecn years, af
lirmed State v. L J Silt a; Cooper count; om
bezrlernent, tlte tears, alllrmtd
nirkhorn v Missouri, Kins is & Texas
Railway Company, nUlrmed.
It Judge bhtrwood.
Slate vs Julius Sekrlt, Jefferron county,
sending threatening letters, reversed and
State v. William Ruck, O.irk county;
perjury; two ear In penitentiary , uf
(Irmed State vs W r Heseltlne, Merer coun
ty: forgery r-vercd and n mnnded
State vt- Ilenr Scheiller, St I.ouls, mur
der In second decree: ttn ear.s, nlllrme I.
State ts. W J Pomerov . St Louis dis
establishing a lottery; rotcr'Cd und re
manded. State ts. Charles Gates; Saline county,
petit lareenj , alllrmed
State vs Jamts Metc.ilf ct al; Iluchnnan
count, keeping a gambling house, trans
ferred to Kans-ts Ctly court of aptie.ils.
State vs Hephus Hhompson, liolllnger
county ; assault with Intent to k II, atllrmed.
State ts Lowbr St Louis tit , robbery;
Ave years, i. versed nnd reinandod.
lt Judge Hurgoss.
State ts. ( harles Cunningham; Audrnln
county, assault with Intent to kill, tlto
years, alllrine I
State vs Hob. rt II, Croswhite; Jackson
county emhi . ment; two years reterscl
unel reman le I
Stat" ts Janie' ritgpr.tldi St Louis
city, muider In first degree; ndlrmed und
exei utlon fixed feir December SI, lVij
State t Jostph Donnelly, Audrain coun
ty: murder In llrst degree; alllrtned and
oxee utlon llxe l fur Decembeir 31, Vfi
State vs t'hinles Camp; St Louis; bur.
alary; ten year- atllrrneii.
State vs rrank Scholl; Lafayette coun
ty; criminal assault; two years; retersed
and remand. i
State ts Thomas Foley: St Louis city;
assault with intent to kill; (ho years; re
versed and r. manded
durt adjourned until 9 o'clock to-morrow.
Want Detllll.dl Sellteucp Coilllilllted.
Mexico, Mo Nov. 18. (Special ) A mes
ag was ri .Ivd at the county Jail late
this aftenieHjn thnt the .supremo court hud
deeldedth.il I. Donnelly who kill, d Sam
uel Turin i nm-i hang Deci mbei 31 lVC
The v.-rdl t w - l great surprise nnd . re
aied null, t -i i In the illy A te poller
i ailed on l nnelly but he refused to have
dnv thing to i When told of his bath
si nn n i I) im droppwl his head nn I n is
sll tit In i iturt will be made by the
people of M x 'o have G.ivernot Stone
i oiumute hi- I. nh .sentence
Children Cry for
Pitcher's Castor. a
ARE YOU GOING TO TRAVEL?
The lliirlltiEton Route fiom Kansas City
ofltrs iidv.ititiMS extelled by unite', wltl
hcvv lUiiipuritiK nt slettiera und pirlor cnr
to HI l.uulu iiueejunleil servbu on fast
train to i liUuto, Itu lulling Cnfo Dining
Cur serviie sulld train from Kansas t'lty
to Denvir with f'af.i Dining Cir for etury
meal milking it the most desirable for
Cololiliio mil the Paclfla totst points, it Is
the only oli ect line to Hillings, Spokane ami
Paget bound points, Hie best lino to Oma
tin St I'uul in I t linn iipolle.
b'or full Intoi niation apply at any tlcUit
nllliu or uddtoss II, C. urr, Kansas City,
A Illl.MUtV IHIV.
(iltt'it u Sipuire Melt und I'rovldrel With a
llornanl Scholu II years old. who sa8
h. was disertid by a mutt with whom he
use i to lit uppeareu at ponce neuii
iiuurters yesterday niornltiK nnd said It
had been fruit days since he bud lusted
food lie wus given a Hllure meal. Tho
lllte matron took lilm In charge and
toiind him n tempoiiiry home at No. JtJI
New I'li.tollliit nil the Withusli.
llsielslor Sl'rlngs. Mo , Nov. 13 (Special.)
Slu a the S ilpho-Sallne road was con
structed, a small trading point has sprung
up on Ihe line live miles south of this place
und two und one-halt miles north or Kx.
celslor Springs Junction on Ihe Wabash.
A postottiio has been established there
c'lirjiuntht'iiimu bbuw at sedalla.
Scdalla. Mo . Nov. 19. (Special ) The
third annual tlnynuithcmuiii show opened
to-day with a line exhibition of autumn
3uceiis. The show comprises several hun
red plants, and Includes all of the new
terletles. The Moral exhibition Is tho Itntst
ever uitempted In this city, and Is being
attended by florUU (raw tb adjotclpg
BY TAKING v'2
Cickich: Is generally
a (tirm of Kidney
trouble. It is often
accompanied by Nerv
ness, fains In the
Joints, Anaemia, etc.
It l "a."lly cored with
Dr. Hot b tipuaci
A few dop will re
lleit. A few boxes sill
All drorrlits, or salt
pd prepaid for Mc. pr
ll'rffe for panphl't.
HOBB'S MtOlCtNC CO,
Cructfo Sin riine.ies
OF INTEREST TO STOCKMEN,
NATIONAL LIVi: flOCK KACIIANf.l
W ILL Mi;T IN CIIICAHO DI.CKMlltlt 0.
I.xclinucp In Thi, Cltr will send n 111;
DppKstlon-V.ltors Will lie tllren
a llsniinet At the Sardi
Kansas city llv stock comn"!on
men expect to take Chicago by storm on
the occasion of ttie meeting there of the
National Lite Stock Exchange on De
cember 6 A banquet 1s to be given
visiting delegates and on Invitation
bent to the member ot the Kan
sas City Lite Stock exchange to be
present on that festive, occasion, and
that the int Ration I fully appreciates!
is attested by the following list of mem
bers of the exchange who have flgnifled
their desire to Secretary Woodbur to
tlit Chicago at that lime M S.
Peters, James .Stephens J. it. Stoller,
George Tamblyn, U. Al. Walden, B. I.
Welch, It C. White, It. P Woodbury,
C. G Bridgeford. G W. Campbell, H.
P Child. J H Neff. E J. Kicked. J. H.
j Walt", L A. Allen. W. C. Henric-, W.
AL bchwarl7, Al U. .Scruggs, Frank
Siege, H. Al. Sparrow, A. . Adams, J.
C Anderbon, William Atchison. W. C.
Al. Baker, I. Smiley Barnes. C. "W. Black,
C. A. Campbell, J. !Z Cole, Frank
Cooper, '.. r. Cnder. W. K. Curtis and
wife, Andrew Drumm, T. J Hainan, 8.
V Felt, r W. Plate, Jr , J. A. Fleming,
T. K. Gilleyple. J H. Harrington. W. V
Houston, A. J Knollln. C T. McCoun,
J. T. AIcAIurrny, C. G Means, A T.
Alustlon. T. B Patton. T. F. Tlrnmon,
W P. Tlnkhnm, J. N. Pajne and wife
fifty J. W. Light and J. H Carey, of Chick
a.ha, I. T , wvre at the yards yesterday.
They reiiort the Kiowa anel Comanche
country" In good condition. They say
there Is more moisture in the ground
than for the past three years nnd this,
means good grass and crop next seu
con Cattle doing well and going into
winter In good condition There are not
so many on the range, howeter, as a
J CJ. Sloan, Areola, Kas , had in hoge
J D Hnrle-ss, J. I Yargee nnd Dr. J.
B Taylor, of Red Fork, I. T., were here
with cattle yesterday They report the
range good in the Cri ek nation and
cattle doing well They are fchoit in
J W. James, Great Be-nd, Kas , hail in
cattle and hogs yestetday.
Arthur James, Ardmore, I. T., was nt
the yards testerday with cattle
Smith .t Tuttle, Allnto, I. T, were on
the yards ycfttttdny with cattle.
Krnest Davis, Genteo, Ka wa at
the yards yesterel'ty. H ays th'-re are
a good many more cattle In Ellsworth
e ounty than last year and the U'ual
number of hogs. Corn fuelling at 15 to
C .Miller, of Guthrie, O. T.. Ir in the
city visiting his brother-in-law, It. H
Prlgg He repoitB hogs hhott In his
"ection but says the joung wheat looks
J W. Barker, Burns, Ka., was horo
yesterday with hogs. lie says cattle aro
short In Butler county but that there
are tho umml number of hogs. Corn
eelllng at IS renti-
H, F. Sharer, Norborn, Alo , wan here
yesterday after feeders. He rerorts
more cattle on fi oil In Carroll county
thin lait year and the usual supply of
H II. JohnHon, Sweet Spring", Alo.,
enrne in yesterday with hogs
C Heln, Humboldt, Kns , was in jes
teiday with eiittlo and hogs
James AlcC.ltiley, Sterling, Nob., wan In
yesterday and In ought along a load of
high etadu jeailliigs, for which he got
D. 1' Daniels, Allen county, Kaa., wa.1
heio after fetsleis j estfrday.
W. T Gore, I.llwrty, Neb , w'as at the
yards yesterdny with cattle.
C. C Gardner, Bradford. K.ih., had In
hogs yeatt nitty.
S, B. Moore and A. T. Cunningham,
Alooiesvlll.', Alo., were hero with cattle
Dean Baftlctt, Ht. Clare, Kas , wag at
the yards ye-stonlay with hogs
J C. P.slerson and R T. Thomiesein,
Teneotl, K.ih , were in ytstfiday with
H Jonttt, Btatty, Kas , came In yester
day With (little.
E A. Shattuck, Ashland, Kns, was on
the yards yesterday with cattle.
A and II Relger, Elbln, Kas, wno
lit in ycHtililny with cattle
tieoigo ll. Jone.s, Lucerne, Alo., had In
S Prater, Evetton, Mo, was In yes
terday Willi hog.s
M K. I.lllnid, Bliukbtirn, Alo, wan at
thv yards yesterday with hogs,
A F. Ilorel, Rantoul, Kus., had In
ctttle and hogs yesterday.
W O. Hitlgler, Fntnklln county. Kas
was on the yards yesterday with eattn
.1 T llngari), nieonttood, Mo, w.
lieie yttirdny with cattle '
T. J. Wllbiill, Ciilllttibug Kas, wus nt
the yards yesterday with hogs
A 11 Poeiley, White Water. Kas was ,
in jiwtPiMny wnth imgg
R, l, fitientei. Holy Croos kh
In cntllo yesteixlny
W H Hut ton, Parkervlll Km
In yesterday with tattle.
Illilge.loliiiiliiiiAl.itPi to lofirks
Topiku. Kas, Nov Is -(Bptetal j Ae
elate Justice W A Jobiistoi , r lie J .
sas suprem. court to day n.. 1 i .( o
lly fiom AIluiKapolis Kus to T'a ri
where ho bus lltiuj up a re, i t
thouith Judge Johnston has bill Mil'- at
Ihe Capital city for nftm-ii yrins, hu has
never before nvido ll his ri' iiit,
Colonel Thomas Hi ill Ibe ''auctioneer of
Missouri," was at lln sto. k yards yester-
UU) oil iiiiBiii.B-. t otoiiri n. U
tides in iiarion county, .mo
Somebody hit Joseph 11 Wolf, of No.
ait, Agnes avenue, over Ihe head with a
club In a North end saloon last night mid
cut a long, gash. Tho police surgeon
dressed the Injury.
The home of Attorney IM fl Taylor, at
No. 22 Olive street, was .luiuageii IS by
lire at 11 o'clock yesterday, aused by a
defective Hue. Mr Taylor was appointed
special prosecutor In the elyetloa thlcv
rt fi " f?nt T '
Is Seen In Its rullct
Thct 5atlf.t Ttert DemanJ of Taslilon art-(lood Taste, and
Are Lnqtie.tie.nabl burcrlor to n Other
SEE THEAl A.ND YOU WILL BE CONVINCED.
1 WOOLF BROS,'
C-3 HIGH ORVDE CLOTHINtl DEPXRT.MENT, i
iii8 flAIN STREET.
SQH WevVvWeW "
1 a ci iimd im DDirrc It n i
I Marihtl Ivmhlrsr's Hrport for Oetober5how I JJ yl
Jtiirtli it Ivrnhlrsr's lirport for Oetoltpr'howi I
s Deere ie In Price' and In the Agcre
ciitp tonthly I xpen.e
Jallr Jo'ph P Keshltr fit ! with tv
? tJhV c1 :
amount Is somewhat lew three the bill for
September, being onl I1.2W The refK.tt
hows that the net cost to the count- for
feeding prisoners was s cents per iaie.
Th '-ost per day, including board, of fr't
ed States prisoners, was 17H cents. I'ur
Ine the month thre were conneed WS p-
oners The number d'S'hsreee! was '.'!
The report Is a voluminous a Air aad
out In detail the tost of running the 'ail.
Vouch rs from merchants from wfcv.n
Kefclear purchased good? accompanid he
report One toucher l to M C Hanlon
for Sjy 56 A number of smaller voucher
from Hanlon were filed. Accord4ns to
these there has been a slump In the pro
tllon market since the intestlration start,
ed bv th county v.rt. &aJt pork was re
tailed to the county for P- cents per
ESSoY Kb'Mf8!- p1rr
pound; bee: was sold to tne countv ror &
cnts atralght aai bread brought 2 cents
ON DRESS PARADE
Colonel OroM Inspected the s0irtjer
the 1 bird ltejlment Many Mlt
uri tt ere Present.
The first dress parade of the Third regi
ment since the appointment of Colonel
George P. Gros to succeed Colonel Si
monds was held at the armory last night.
Thpre was a full turnout of all the com-
names uu niiosm tne leKiineji . uu inn.
parade was witnessed by a large number
of tisitors. including a nurnb-r of officers i aa'ternMnheavy buying brought De
of the Kari-a. National Guard and set era! . F-f5Lber "P, .V',!1, '1", L'i?c, ?.l5.
members of the resular armt at Fort
eav enworin. .oioiitu vrws urucnw me j r-n.t ....nA -... .- l . ... ..
parade and compl merited the offlvers and ' Complete oullness pervaded the corn pit
men on their ippearanc and soldierly ?",ln,?e;J,llt, e P"; arin " '
y,aMnir count of the wet weather The specula-
state's Ut ntfht that the
ri tirst rate coclitlon and
corl.al feeiiSg existed all
retdment wa in
.Viot .he Miit rftrl
-.... Vn... .n-. . I. r. .-. .V . - .- n . l a mfkn
He believe? that the coming year will see1 There was ru improvement in tho oats
the regiment In better condition than eter ?1"!f,kt- Trading was fully as devoid of
before .activity as ever and there was absolutely-
nochinir of Interest to renort. Mat oneneit
Tf) KFFP THF P0I IDF SOBER
iu M.cr inc. ruLibt ouulii
Chief Irwin Will Recommend Revoking of
'alooni.eeperi' License Who Give
or 1I Liquor to Oitlcerj.
Whisl-y s len reponslb!e for the dis
charge 'A -r.e seen from the police force
c.y ic tne reorganization
-or officer will probably
la-st May, -r.
oe susioit-5 irom ouy or waiei irwm
to-y for being drucie Monday night.
Chief Irwlr. sS jtsterday that he was
going before t'.e b -aj-1 of police comiols
rloner th- nej- meetirir ani r-quest
that 'he boar revoke the li-ense of any
f!oonkeere-r who vj.1 or kavi dnnk of
Intoxl'atlr.g 3 'uors to a oil! er while i
wearing- his a.rjilor. He sats the beat
service cn osly t.e obtained from sober
men. Ii,rca and oith'r cOrporatlrms
exact sobnety of their employes The
chief bePetes the el'y should do the same,
J-nd at th same t.rae he wants to keep
temptation oat of reach ol the officers.
itopertsaee ot Uealtliy lllood.
Rvery drop of blood that circulates
through the veir. eventua.ly becomes a
solid part le of the bod F!eh, bone and
musele arp mereiy sedidintd blood, and
upon the quality of tbr b!ooI d. tends the
condition of the whe-le pbtsl'al lystem.
Pnleis the Jlqu.d material ly whl h the
human substar.'e !s renewed ane U't tli cd
Is pure an t utrltious. It Is imp.sMbk that
the body can be heal'hv and trnne. tme
of the bah Jn.p&rtant pro; r'le-s of lies-
tetter's Htarrai-h h fers Is that of Improv.
Ing the ronl.tion o' tre vital fluid when In.
fected or fmpiverlshed A' ting dlnetly
and powerfully upi.0 thi stomach. In whleh
the rranufciure of the blood Is com
menced, ar.d upon He liver, whleh e,irte
a fluid next in Importance to the stream of
life Itself, this powerful vegetable tonlo
and depurem hut, an ininn w-. Indirect In
lluenee up'.n tre circulation Heme the
extraordinary e urn wrought by the Ktlei
In eases of ler.eral eleblltly mala! Ions f. -tern,
rheumatism, b.llousness, constipa
itl.(.uvr.iu:n mi jti.Aso.v.
f.'rwley Itronslit Ititk lo Kuiiinn
Again lo II" 'Irltd for tinnier.
Ex-Polkiman Charbs W Crawley, who
killed his wife on July U. IKil. In their
h..... . k. ,...& . ,i ,
w at .So Lis Maellson attnut, be.-aup
he tllp'.ted her of Infidelity, and wits
artersanis adjudged Insane, was brought
!Um Twli e before hi. lias Iu en l.rnitulit
to tr.li e t for trutl an I eat h time ho hns
be'ati.e Insani before tin day sit for Ills
h.arlig Hjie-rii i.iidiiu ft. fi Wilson, of
ibe insane asylum eiiys Crawley la now In
b.s normal intntal loi.dltlou.
,tir, tvin.liiiv'. booriiiMi bvitui- for chll.
Sim i erelUi', se,Itens the gums redness Infliim.
in. lion alMnp iln rursh wind colic c a bollli.
Ml Hall Vilrs.
ii r a was reported ypstpr-
i lias Iti
ti his nosseK.!rin
Is forPthe iiv.
lltellltl 10 III-
'ti u p'iajt
U ! -
to Kr. Uiy lst night from the Htato " ' , ' Hon Th nresem e nV t , rUon in
nssne aslum. at I ultoti, Alo . and loelg..l he vfell l2 it i vsterv that ?s MlJJfths
In tie ouriy lall He w,a nrnstnl tun .';." i; mystery mat is solved by tho
after jle filing and Indicted byVho grind tn"i-,JVS2-. "rSr ? 're iVor'"'!8-
lur fr murnr In the tlrst ileiei.c liui Vr.i ,"" '"' ,'1 rtal OI laticled injury,
before il,. t n s . i ,r I, iri,u 1 u ,,, ,, Although sntentl persona were made sick
,... unbaiancet,' ..Id j,eVui".i to'i o l'-' ,lw wn,1!r' U" '" tter0 " ttalUlo
-rlniL L lM-,IMifAf.HIJf.?g--Wll
Sene In Our Stock ol Fall
1 or In. linen ninl ttorptilnt lm. Old
est nud ltpt lit tho two !vuntts Cltys.
710 Vyandottp St.
.. ,,. , m Ttt .,.- nm. . ,tr.
, CASH WHEAT IN BIG DEMAND.
soi n in cmt wio rnsrnr.DAY at 3
C-NTS Pill. MUM (IlKII DLCKMHLIt.
Thl Helped too Kcip l'i the Price of Fu
ture December Clu.el ut T.7 1-tc
Corn Pit Hull Out Market Miif;
rant and Ilogl'roducts Unlet.
ChlCRSO. Nov. is Tho briskness of trad
ing In cash wheat for a time to-day swung
the futures into line. Clet eland, Toledo,
Buffalo and Ogdensburg, besides many-
place, in the Interior of
l?nd lnd"na' w7 buyln
Ohio, Ml higan
red winter wheat
here to-day at 3c premium over tho De
cember price. In all, about 350 000 bushel
were taken In round lots. Thu canted a
firm closing to a-prevlously- heaty market
Corn was Arm, but ery dull, oats stood
stock still and the protlIon market had
scarcely more motion than the oats
In the wheat pit, up to noon, fluctuation:!
were narrow. The news was generally
bearish but shorts semed disposed to take
up their prolit quickly, and thin, with the
large purchases of cash wheat nnj 'ablet
about declines In consols, had a tendtn y
to check any decline. The opening for De
cember was CT'sC down to "n Tride was
brisk for a time, with a downward tett-
dency Prices soon Ilrmel
up, h nv et er,
" .- ... v V.VOVU, 141U ,C(.UII(, ULllIf,
tie trade In the article has w In lied away
I" meSint. of disappearance Mat ranked
from K-C to iSc and closed nt -i's iell-
at -t"-'. and that constituted the en-
. r raEZ(l llf thl, d.. ... .k. -u,. (. ...
tlre range of the day.
Hog products were quiet, under the in
fluence of heavy receipts a lower prices
at the jard. There was no Important
feature to the trading. Januirv nork
ivept at SS97'f69M, January lard, J1 Mv'o)
i 55 to d Silt snllt. and Janunrv ril, m
4 f.llTJ K. 'Phn u,.L.c. nlnc.1 .A.l. .
,ijs,' - .om,.; Vli. .-
f Jo'U'rlb" " $
ose.1 steadv nt
io for lard an 1
Estimated re-elpts for to-morrow Hogs
"-'f"), wheat, 410 cars, com, 4 carh, oils-,
I'rompt relief In sick beiiilarlin, dizziness
nusea, conitlpatlon. pain la the tide, guaran
teed to tboae using Larter Little Liver PilD.
union l'.itiHoi'Asr timi:.
The California and Oregon limited leaves
Kansas City every day in the year at 0 3i
a in. Train is tiatlbuled, lighted with the
celebrated Plntnh light, heated mot com
fortably with sti.tin. equinpod with smok
ing car, free reclining chair cars. Pull,
man's latest Iminoved sleeping cats
through from Kunwis e'lty to Sun
Franclsto without change nnd pull
man palace dining cur Kansas City
to Portland, seventy hours, to San Fran
cisco in seventy-two hours Please com
pare this time with otln t lines. The Den
v. r and California fast line luivpi dtillt nt
7 ) p in. Fully equipped with smutting
ears, free reclining chair irs, Pullman
palace buffet sli eplng ars Splendid train
for Denver Leavi Kutitns city at 7 JO n.
nrnv e in ukuit ui - nec tiny noon,
other line doi h It The Fnlon Pat Itu Is
No other line dois It The Pnloi
positively the shortest and be
Denver and San Pianclsco No
eat Hue to
i other tins
offers equal fic'litlis. City ticket ontces,
lf0 Main strei t, 10JS T'nlon uvetiue, ana
union u. u ion iiitpnnne ma
J. R FRAVVLLY. Genera
A l'OIbOMJD WULI..
Paris Oreen round by u DrnirgRt In Water
'I alien Prom It.
A telephone mebsago was received at
Central fetation yesterday that there Is a
poisoned well ut No. :s;9 Southwest boule
vard. From It has been taken the water
supply of it number of families that llvo
In this neighborhood and conslderablo wa
ll r hnel bci n used befoio it was discovered
twit It was unlit for use A sample of the
nine un uiitvcii ii ,L iiiuKiBi, i.iui SHU
that It contained Paris gri.t, and mlvlseii
that the well be closed The police of thu
wilier tint, uitven to it uiuKglHl, iwg) Sum
''"'; piceiiiei were iioiuieu una ttiey or
Children Cry for
A Worthy iiti.c,
The ladles of Trinity Temple, Rathbone
hlbteis, and tli4 Door of Hope nie meet.
Ing with great success senilis tickets for
thl Ir etitt rtiiinmen, nevt He.iertfi,, .ri...
!';lu? I'lchuige are Mrs. tl. A Woo'd. Mrs
i.rullk.,J!4ai,Mls,' ('Corge Illchardson an I
'", "'ii -uu- nei. v goon literary and
I"1,f'lt,l I'rogranime is piomlsed, Demclng
"lll.vw"!i,uL' tl" eenlng. Tne entliTain-
melt tt,u be t.,vcn ,or charitable mir.
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