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TIIK 1CSS CITV JOritXAL, TIWH.Y, DKCEMHKIUn, 1895.
GREAT MASTERS AT CHESS,
ril.t.Mtt'ltl, iiriMI, Ulll'llt AMI
IstlllllUllIN A I !. I'd I. USUI ltd.
Ihe 'Innrney Alhkll Mm .tint Itrgtin there
Urine together the lour I'lnji-r lio
Ato the A Utiiiwletlncil t haul-
pltllH lf tllf 1)11111
a ii lie at St Potrfmr i brgim
' .iln thnt will eitel the r.cent Hast
s urnnment In the lnt-ret Hint It ha
.r of he lit the old coimtr) and
1 lie pirtleirmnt will lip four uf the
ii l noted players tn the world- Pills
i i ir.. American ho won the llamingi
' v Stelnltc Lakr n-nl TVhigorln
ii-ii represent wlW) different rnun
' v n In aire rrem th. vet. rati to the
i i' mid probMdy rombtne ttwM of the
i' utialitle belonging lo great ihw
) v i- nil the itt only lr hide the rer-
i , irrctm h, It not Id have the five ml
t t ' urealest player In the world.
1 i' Hosting tournament Tarowih
! i fourth uhcud at Ftt inll More-
I hud Won International wad lift
fo r nnm in sueceMtion tieviou to rm
b t - irlimiph, no that hH lf iitf rtom
t t.irnamw.t that leirati )eterd I
t (lb) lover of the iiuiv , h' iti
I i ice the gtatitu of ttii board meet
' si Petersburg totiriKinunt I, the out-
o th- Imitation tided b T hl-
1 t i Hussion plajei, it the cum luslon
i Hustings series, T.ilgorln ,ili lie
i 1 ki- to hvo th f ur (triHt g tint
i t Immii') Just ronclu l 1 met him at
I I tubing Lasher uud Sli IMU Of-
e , i Ma invitation at fitii-. but rurraeh
i ' would bo impoeellle fur him to
t i irt on account of tl injur) that
v ! if ult to hi practice u a plnleuui)
tr lit home after !o abort an interval
i "i winter Mlnbury va not sure
I i make arrangements to uctept th
Ir ' i it Hubiwiuently h cll1 sw, mid a
r t i in) ur he railed to keep the ap-
r i 1 1
trht by ome that TachlRirrtn IH
1 i h lvntitnite on u count of his fnmll-
l ith tli tvre dlnxitc of Ht IV.
t i. "p laJly as clieiwi pin) i fa nro
it i rule not of tl mnat vlgnrou conati
t I tn but tlila fiinro aildentlv had
1 iTi ct on the ila era when ronslder-
It 'i Kuaelan'a Invitation.
llv the moat intel-iiitlne tlirurp In
t niiimt-nt eifioeiiilly t-i Amerlrnna
1 mthful niHbiirj When the boy
til latlnKt It wo aald In evplanatlon
- Mi tor over the old henili thut hla
f play wna peeullarlv rtilnpte"! for
v i iiMirnnment jn mnicmiiK strenin
fi ihi IndiMibiHl U-n ler Alio tofwl
ii i i lira he would not lie able, thii p r-
i i, io irt.'ir , ii aupTiorux in
t s I i 'er-bunr match this point will bo
j 'i i he teit Et man lll be pitted
im i ery other man of tho tourni-
In i wnv n to lcne llttli- doubt of
s i) i i x. iju'11 plaor will meet every
f the other three nt leaat four tlmts
In i - m luck lll not be able to out a
U' r ml hould niltbury be able to win
n i will Iw conceded that he 1? nn
cti r 1 i il Jlorphy.
V m telnltz 1" the bet known of tho
nir t ii ml probbl would be pronounred
t' it t llvlnir plajer by the majority
o' il people now Interested In chew.
Bti t? ii a Ilohemlan bv birth, but hna
ft ' mi h time In America, and In the
31 'it -.- rourn-uiwnt rtpreiented thla cotin.
tr M finished fifth In the tourtmrntnt
n 'h rtcn polnti
1. I 'ker l n German by birth, but
r -ri ii Hnjrland He flnlahed i tie with
T 1 1 i In the HastlnKH tournament for
r ' '. hnMwr sixteen points to his
ir ii I lllsburv, the winner had sixteen
nr i-i- ilf ionta H, Ts hluorln will, of
r r liip the ad-uu.ine of plajlnir lit
hi .1 1 nmld home rurroiindlnrs It li
coi 1 td that tho match will be a rtvat
joitiuntr i.n a .TLitt't.Nr; uvci:.
.Icul(;e Declared All 1!. t l)f( In n ltnce nt
Sin Fnnclsco, Dec P The sport at In-
pl 1 to-day was marred by a bold at-
t'B P 1' Jobbery In the hurdle race, which
w 1 m, ai.rttd by tho promptness of the
J 1 -, In detlorlns all beta oft Klsrht
I cut to the poat, and of these only
1 f -hvd. Three forks, Hold Jju'it and
J " unseatlnsr thdr riders. I 1) C
w' I i won elgrnt confecathe races
r r th. Jumps, 1 aln-nja a favorite with
t" 1 1 i , and coied thotwanda or dol-
i-iir backed from S to 1 to even
1 Three Forks and Oold Dust were
1 ml third choices respectively, In
' H nic and rcicUed Rood Mipport.
'irst jump thtse two horses Tell.
(". . w-lio Is owned by J Johnson,
of J. O C, IH until the lat
1 ro J o C w.nt after him und
v i apparently won had not John-
Hie opinion of tho Juilses, rinlih-
ivrown hlmsilf off of J O. C .
1 Jlowintr Moran to win All
1 1 promptly d-c lured off Further
I probnbtj lie taken at a medinK
' wards of the l'ncillc Jockey Club
1 urltes and two th rd choices e-
place Wt-ather . ar and pleoa
' t M'.Udeit 2- 1 1 -1 1 1, five t uf-
1 Mvero won. 1 11 "icond: Lu-
1 1 Time, J 1
race-ix f .. seWns RJ-
n n; Schnltz 1 i. itito, third
'.'VS!t fv ' nln ninus
yl ?hA',H' nl- faliatlon,
' 'lie, 1 HU '
1 iw . Six - selllnp Ilnbe
T ""'.'S' r ' Chartreune,
i ue 1 IT1
, ic. -in in Mxteenth,
1 torwn 1 , lfonl. sttond;
it third. t
O.M' H Hni. I Inlt,
, , - k spires. Total
, II I'll,
,V '' '11 TT
. , 15 to
I ," vi cr.
' ' IS 4o.'
, '. 12 4,1!
? "ft - I T 4M
' 'II . 11 411
" "' s i
ll'llmuii JlowlinK Club
t- , B'rlk, Spans Total
V, 8 1
j,' " .. .... W 40H
1 1 Miid".,"".::;, : 4 m
II ' 1 10 &a
""" "(.' liiurnuinont T( Week,
T 1 th series of games In the howling
t r nt IH open tin stenlnir with 5
the (.land alleys between the
I and the IM10. nil The ilsue
1 ' 1 vet smi.wltd In wlnnlni, i cuiue,
' I'hoi nix tiavtt tak. n on, rrm the
r 1 To-morrow ewniin; til" Klti-
t I Ihe Mkin will m i on Tlmrn-
' ' "K the pume will be betHen the
3 tv and the Standards and on
' i.nllK then will be a rt-d hot
I. ..n tl - OwIf mill me Atni
I' f Hie L'ain. this week will be
1 th. i'e iiiiw .xlstlhsr bi tween tin.
Jv 1 ti tiwl 1:1. itrks, AcmeB and
BE CO MB
i u must eeonuini.o; toucnnoinlo
. uiut bo jmlioioub in buying;
t b.i judicious in liuylnir you
i nl know nluit to ijuy Wo ug.
r t tlmt jn t)0(iiioml.o ' fit tliu
iitiaiy i)fiu'tiueit. ilon't buy
1 penfciu crenmeiy butter wliun
;; mi cm pun li.no our ilolluiouv
BUTTER I NE
A ''1 ceuth per pound. It is made
fr in tlio iun.t icatoriuU, anil is
l c embodiment of purity, uIimii
lines.', uml v liolosoinenete. Ask
vour fc'rocer font. Our Sllvur Churn
tradu mark on each wrapper,
rmour Packing (Jo.,
Kansas City, U. 5. A.
Huechnm's pills are for bilious
ness, bilious hcatlarhc, dyspep
sia) heartburn, torpid liver, diz
r.incss, sick headache, bad taste
in the mouth, coated tongue,
loss of appetite, sallow skin.etc.,
when caused by constipation;
and constipation is the. most
frequent cause of all of them.
Oo by the book. l'ill 10 and
5t rt b. Hook Jrtt at your
triiptrjst'i or write II lr. Allen Co.,
365 Cniinl Street, New Yolk.
AnaaO Mien am thn 1 00(")litr.
lklhK for (Irot place, ae orhe of the
ilubf whl'ih are tie I will meet.
.Nmt Hrlmin ll.Mi.
.New nrlrana, tJt . iJec t'purtcenth
dnv rr-ment Clt Jodtey Club'a winter
inintinir Weatlier clear and iold, track
h" . altendame fair, Rumtnnrtt:
Unit ra. SelllhK, 1 ycar-otda. Hk hir
longe .nikiui, to in, w-on. ferryman.
in to 1, mrotiJ, tmp Huttnr, g to 1. third.
Time. 1 H
Ncion I race Thtee.jenr-old; aeveti fur
liMigp Overella even, won: Spltlluallt, IS
to i, second, Mule, 4 to 1, third Time,
Third rnee Selling llfttcn-lxtenthit of
?muw. queen ji, 2 to 1 won. Jim
hiftg. 7 to t, dccond, Fteudolllie, S to 3,
thin!. Time. I 4.'
Fourth race-Seven furlonns. ltobelt
I.attn. i to 1, won, Uomlnjro, 3 to 2, aee
ond. Jamboree. 7 to 2. third. Time, 1 JS.
Fifth rnte (ine mile Jim rlootl, 2 to 6.
won, CurloiM t to l, necond, George , 6
to 1. third Time, 1 VH.
rlklm; Ihrotitfh HI. Itnnnef.
Cleveland, o . Dec Jim Hall, the Aus
tralian putrtlist. Who hnB been Maher's
i-parrlnic partner, Ik In Cleveland Speaking
of the Maher-rittaltnmonn llsrht he eald:
"I am In line for the hnmplonnhip now
J have bren bolns with Mnher as hi
epirrlnit partner for onie week, and I feel
tertnln that ritstslmtnoni! will defeat liltn.
I feel Juet na certain th it 1 rnn beat PltB
slmmon aa I did once before. In our sec
ond tlptht, when I had him at my mercy,
J itrew careleis, an 1 he got In a chance
blow putting me out."
I titteMill'i. nle nt I evlnirtou.
I.ln-ton, Ky Dec 9 Ttttternnirs
home ie to-day were nn follow
Sea Shell ch m , by Imp Kin? Bon, dnm
Jllunrhe J ; Meadow tliorpp etud, I.elngton.
Sun Gle.tm di m , 12 by Klnp Alfoncc.
dam Iaily Stoikvvell; Meadow thorpe stud.
The Niece, eh tn 13 by Alarm, dam Jac
onet, M.adiwthorp.. tud, tMi
SllffO, b c , bv llnnover. dnm Kittle T.;
J, J. Hughes, Dt'iivcr, Col, MOO.
tlulier Will Anept I 11'. I'lcnre.
Philadelphia I'a . Pec. 9 Peter Mnher
and hla mnnnm r, J J (Julnn are greatly
urprlsed about the reported failure Of
ritlmmona lo slirn the articles for a fight
for $10 009. Notnlthatandlnf,- that Maher
understood the nrtlcb , ai thev now are,
to be ittlHfnctory to all concerned, he anya
thnt he Is willing to accept rttzslmmona'
I,lve .pnrtlnc yotet.
Jockej "Sam" Doggett went to San rran
cHco Saturday to fill hla engagements with
"Pittsburg Phira" stable.
.If Joilett Meekln's pitching arm recovers
Its effectiveness, the chnnces are eiuellent
that the Phlhidtlphla club will trade Jack
Tav lor for him.
The University of Petingjlvaala' net
footbtll receipt- for the sraaon of 1S85 will
be upwards of 2,000, some J 1,009 more than
at first estimated.
O'Rourke claim that Tommy Itv-an
originally agreed to fight AVnlcott, win or
lose with Lavlgne, and now baiks outgiv
ing as .in .-xi-use that he has no me for
It is rumored It) Princeton college circles
that Lea, captain of the Princeton football
team, intends leaving college In the near
future, and will not graduate with his class
In the spring
Dr Cilneoti n Knapp owner of the Oneck
stable one of the beat known Eastern
horsemen or the better class, died Saturday
In Niw lorlc of typhoid fever. He wdi a.
steward of the Jotftej Club
Captain John H. Coster, one of the best
known of the old-ttnie racing men In Amer
ha, ,1 d vetertla at New York, from an
arm lion of the heart t'nptafn Colter was
born in New York on Nov ember 15, 1959,
Jake Si haefer is bt ginning earnest prac
tlte at fourteen Huh bulk line blUords in
antlilpatlon uf an eiylv mutch with George
?, 2? lV!ho ,ia.t'ly exl""p'sed a willingness
to meet hla old oppon, nt again. Ills arm
gives h!m no trouble and he expects to plai
ns well as ever v '
tVorge Lavlgne. w ho made siich a game
plre Athletic Club. Is not internally ln-
all. rable trouble. It la not probable that
tr ..I. ..
months K V ,'ou5lu '
for. annoum i I l.i.utenant Madtlialt
busily .ngnged at wot king on th, manv
.liborate f.-atur.n which the pmgiumnie
will pikient, and st.it, that he hoi. ulreadv
a great di.il ot the U M tnlnt fgi the oi
caslon. HAS BORNE GOOD FRUIT.
Culof Irwin's Order to Arrnjt l.u:ilurs lias
Cleared tlin btrnetn uf .Numerous
aiijeitiuniili e t linrui ter
The first real work 1n pursuance of tho
Instructions of Chief Irwin to the ufneera
to keep Walnut ttret free of well dressed
Idlers and vugrant. was performed be
twiitn sunset Sundaj night an.l Ihe dawn
of Monday morning. Chief Irwin's cru-i-.i.
e of pmiHcation Is now umler way
and If there Is not a commendable denuii
) ldiira and. Hashlly dieosed men and
bo along "Hlugsers Ilow," us Notth WaU
nut stiett has come to he known slme
tm rient crimes were perpetruud tlure,
tin fault will lie with Ihe mm who walk
the be.its und the detectives The Insiuc
tlons of Chief liwln permit of no excuse
for tho oflUrs In refuting to perform tlulr
dutj It l a notorious fact that North
.ili)ilt streM tie) on I Hlghth meet Is not
a tit placti for a Inly to walk unuecom
panltd after nightfall Helovv Seventh
slleet Udlis und gentlemen hesitate to
venture after ! o'loik. Hhamelets i,e
in. cks at dwelt, ) th. re an 1 profanity sa
lutes the ears from the lips of hulf drunk
en men and boys.
Along the lino of purification comes tho
announcement thot Alvln Hewitt lias been
ordered from the lty. He was arrested
lit 3 o'clock jesterduy morning on a va
grani v ihurge unl Judge Jonei. lined him
J15 The Judge gave Dewltt the prt fer
,'me of leaving town or going to the
vvurkliouse, p. wltt protnlmd to go lie U
uiic of the nun who were arrested on
suspicion of having kllkd Charles l'riuicia
Kurly. who wa atrkken down at Uigbth
and Wuluut tU,ei, a few Weeks ago. He
i a tout.
The lUce also rounded up James Trei
ton. who as mud llfi In police tqurt,
and Oliver llelmiy who receive 1 a simi
lar flue Prenon and Helmey paid tlulr
tines. They must go to work the police
su), or leave town James Calilll. anothir
of the guug was rlnid 123 I'.ililll wmt
to the workhuuse. He was lined a tiw
uciks ago, but a woman came to hla res
cu, and paid Ids fine
Th polbe who vvulk the Walnut street
biuts are akrt for hlftle iharaders,
Harly every night uowds of in, n an 1 bos
gather at iSighlh and Walnut streeu, and
as the evening grows ol,l,r they drltt
toward the North end win re whisky is
cheap and the streets are dark The wom
en who lolt.r along Walnut ktreet will
In. ordered off as the) are on lluln stl cut
Howard Uuium.ii, a dUhwufehir out nf u
lob, who retenllv carar her froin iimiiha,
Nib., and An 111 bald Dale who 4)i he
U from New York, were taken to Central
police station )etterdu us vagruuts. They
jirmnuied to leave town bifar nightfall
and were released other 'haracters wire
brought lu, but the) promUid to ui. atu
the city und were permitted to depart.
The Coates Haute Turkish baths are tin
sutp4ssed Opn du) and night
Irc4ldiul iiii llorne lt.lgiu.
Chicago, Dee a The Chrouble to.mor
row will sav I'resi lent William V m
Hime, uf lb, Caiiu il.in l'a, ilu; hut i,
sigufrd His robabl, suci.sdur Is ai.l to
l... VI. .. Pirn I. nt T II SbauuhntAsv Th,
Information i- n .Ived ben. lati im
i w niug I i pi v it 'Ispat, 11 to a i ulr I
ottl lal In th v an 1 iatur i ntlrm I i
Mr VanHjrne In u i. legram luming li .tn
Montnal 11 i iiasou for the esttnatiou
u uuLi a u urea oi acme wor.
Lieutenant Mid Ira, who hua the manage
;,.V.nl,,'f Pf "nioker vvhkh the KanMs
Mt 1 enctbles are preparing to glv, an
iinunceK that It will be given on January
II illtnl of on ('hi uttnuu .i,. .. ,.'-.. J
THE FEDERATION OF LABOR.
I III'. I It'll I Mil ANSI At.ttlMK.MK V
tll'CM.tl M ll.ttl)A.
I iilmr Agltltor Snliilon Drillers an A I-
dre on I riiilrriilon!tn MaM Vlret
nt nl t onper t'nliiii tinder the All-
plrc4 of Hie tedirstlnn.
.S'rw Votk, I)ec -The fifteenth antuisl
cohvemiott of the Amerlcin Federation of
Irtbor begun In Madlon .nure rften to
dsy Deli(rntt were jnetent from all over
the I'nltid Jttntes, Cunfcda nhl (treat Jlrlt
am. Vice President M Prldo presldftd and
introluced J W, !ulllvnn, of T)poraphlcal
fnlon No. (t, who delivered the addre's of
wi Icome The repotts of the president,
secretary und trmutef were trad afid te
f.ird to the proper commldeef
President Mcllrlde oortlpUd the Hour for
a half hour or more with the reading of
his aiihtutl address He nld In part.
"Th gtentest crime of the nineteenth
cenyiry, and the tnb remarkable tier
perpetrated upon our people, wns thnt
colntMltted bv the preaent national admln
l.l ration In adding to the bonded Indebt
dn'M of our country during n time of
peace. iThe attempt to maintain n gold re
"rve or lion fm nm In a contract such ns
win made with the Itilmont-Morgin fnll
i ate wa far, Icitl. to sav the lmt. but a
fnrre onlv lnofnt ns It was Intendel to
blind peiple to tin fat that thiy were be.
Ing ronhel, drllberntely Rtid untnirclftillr In
the intre. of Katrrn bnnker and boml-
holders, whose onlv delie has been mid
nosv Is the perpetuation of a system of
lion Jed Indebtedness of part of the gov
ernment." iJibnr Agltitor trlnlnn.
The chairman then Introduced Latmr Ag
itator John Swlnlon, vvho nwke, In part, tu
"The Federation of Lnbor I a power In
the I'nlted Stnte, H 1 made up of men
who make all things and ate the natural
"The largest thing in organized labor Is
the net and fuel ctf nririnlPiltton It has
grown from nothing, being In II' earls dn
kicked and sneered nt. fry hard work it
ha won the right of existence, and )ou
must maintain It undir penalty of death.
Flftv jearx ago there was little ned of or
ganisation, for thern was work for all.
Tlmis, however, have changed Another
thing l the right to strike against wrong
It used to be more lawful to strike than
now Since that Infamous Judge Woods
mounted the bench, and the government
snt the mllltla to Chkago, there Is a
change If there were no lubor orgnnlri
tlons. wage would be half, hours ns long
again, and capital would rule
"How ran ou meet the questions of the
changed times? How can you combat the
law' If ou pa reolutlon It will rnm
them down )our thioat, Ther are many
other question", uch as the big monopollex
Thev will have to be met b such a body
Ciitlinlle I'rlot '1 ilk-
rather Ducey vns then Introduced nnd
"I am here becaue the pope wants me to
be, if some of ou do not In 1SU, an en
c ell' ill wa l-suid bv the popt In regard
to labor and It Is my duty ns n minlter
to ue present wnere ui n mutters arise.
Tnther Duces quoted a great deal of Strip
ture anil said that no murderer hall enter
the kingdom of heaven, and lre as n
comparison the oppicsslon of the laborer,
who Is often killed b viant, not being able
to secure employment
"There are man)," said he, continuing,
"that live In luxury and pile up fortunes
with the blood of manv of the poor. There
li enough here for all. and It should be
o far allowed that no man need nppeal for
alms God Intended the woiklngman should
have proper food. It remains for the min
isters to teach the requirements of man
rather Ducey said that disruption of the
Knights of Labor was caused b) the wrong
ful use of a statement lued by Cardinal
Gibbons It was to catfe a reeling be
tween tne uatnoues ana t'rotestants, ana
Adjournment wag then taken until to
Mr III lit., on Trade I'nlotilnut
A mas meeting was h!d at Cooper
Union to-nicht. under tho luspices of the
Aimrlean Pedcratlon of Labor Samuel
GompTs acted a chairman of the meet
ing Mr Gomper mule a btlef address.
In which he sill th it the objects of the
convention of the American Pederalion of
Labor were to bring about unit) of action
between the trades' unions of the countrv,
and to decide what might be best to ad
vance the Interests of the tollers of the
'the ihalrman then Introduced John Mc
Jlrlde, president of the American Federa
tion of Iibor, who said In part.
' Th,. tr.nli union movement will force
recognition by Its earnestness and energy
The work of the union has ben a vvon
ikrfnl and successful one, anil to-day re
ceives more recognition from the pulpit
and nicks than ever before Conditions
are changing, and the labor union will
c h ing a. often us the conditions ivairant
and the will of the people demiml While
we may dlsaMree as to methods, we all
agree to the ends and objects Of the union
We all agree that there are too manv
pulntes, und If not too muii) palaces nt
luist too manv hovels. If not too mui h
wealth, too much poverb If not too man)
schools, still too much llliterac) ; If not
too manv luxurious, homes at lent too
manv tenements The pvstcm that the few
are .nilched at the expense of the ninny
obtains In this count!), and the wrong Is
lnc.riat.iiur It is un unequal IMrlbutlon of
wealth The com, titration of inner In the
hands of tin few at th, expense of the
manv Is th greilist rlmi of the nlne
Heiith cfnturv. In pruper comparison with
the wealth of the lotiutry, Am.iii.in libm
Is more poorl) pall lhan that of am othel
country, and in no country is capital more
highly rewaidid "
Jinny Oiiests Present nt tho Uini OccnHton
n f tho Anniversary (Vlebr.ition of
Kiiuvis in Intimitis.
The Jubilee of the liftteth anniversary ot
the Catholic church in Kanas Clt), or
to be more coireot the llftieth anniversary
of the ordination of Pather Donnelly Im
mediately before his coming to Kunsas
Clt), clused lust night with a rtception nt
the Coates House At least 750 thriiued
the parlors of the big hotel It Mimul
that ever) bod) was tin re. Hlshops llog.in
und liurke stood in the south pailur and
shook hiindh with all present ,i. they
pleased forward tu congratulate Hum. An
orchestra was stationed at the north md
of the balcony and plajed during the
Shortly ufter 9 o'clock the doora ot the
large bumiuet ramus win tiiiivwi uii.i,
nnd oystcis, salads and an lc were s, rve I
The toiiptlon continued until neail) 11
In the morning, nt the cutludrul. sol,mn
high mass wan el. biat. d and the , hliu.
again executed a number of fiunlllur ulrs.
AN ATTEMPTED ASSAULT.
Mlilutel ll)niii t'nili r A i rot lit riin-mif,
lk.ii.,. for Spiriting Away u 13-)eir.
old saliiiul t.lrl,
Pm.nnfl IvflB . Die B - l'runt.' rintlccl,i
and Miss Addle Hubbell. a l.)ear-old
school girl, while on tlMr way home from
church laM night, wire stopped by some
unknown man, vvhu knocked liuldwlu down
and spirited the git) awu), liuldwlu gave
the alurin. and the futhur of the girl und
othcis started In tmisult The wntch wus
ovi rtaken befme fie was ul I. lo uicouipliidi
til .....t.r.uu lit iiBUIIIlK 1.(1. Vtu Htlinnad.1 ,..
urtestid. chuigi 1 with biltig tin putty
who iissitlkd BiiKhvIn and tin joiing gill
Her fathei und Uuldwln Identltled him as
the mini who aticmptud the ussuult The
prelimluar) healing will take place to-day.
Mui h ixilienunt piuiutls, but there s no
feat of un) violence being done Dimui
sa)s he is Innocent, nnd will prove it ut
l.'.ir a rood nliilit's rest, try tho Chlcnao
S. Alton lallioad to Chicago or fat Luuls.
DVItlMi Alll.lll'l A I Iltlllllllltr
llenr) llilney Knot kid Down at Ills flan
I, ite, but 'Sot Itnblmd.
Heur) Heine) boards with his brother-in-law,
!'. C Miller, at MC Hat Seventh
striet About b o'clock lust night Helney
ttattid to enter the ai I In front of the
In use wYfn u man budknly leiput upon
him unl ilt 1 tin a I "v rf i bk vv In the
f, e Mi It ng him ' '.in Iti f .1 tl u .
i, tnt i 1 r"b H lu ) he " frbhtened
, kalian fokcfs defeated,
tbj-lnlin "nrprlsr and Mirrniind the
1 rooji. Dpernllng AriiIih' Ulng Mrnellk
Itellifnrci Uleht In lie Sent.
ltom Dec P News n n rerptvrd here lo
ln ft.im lleneral lint it .ri, the (ommsn
ler of Ihe Italian troof in Ab)Wlnla. an
noun, ing whnt appear t be n si rlous dis
ater to the IlnlUn forces operating against
King Menellk. Hn cabl, 1 that the kings
ntmv nnmherlng Aljtint ."() ltin, surprised
and surrounded jester lav five companies
of liiilian troops under Major Toselll, at
Ambilngl Another bo!) of Italian troops,
un "er the command of Ucneral Armondl,
alvflncul lo lite suppntt of Major Toselll,
but they wero stopped by the enem) A
rvtro bnttle whs eens.quently fought,
nn I the result uh not made known hen
The otllclal lllspntehes sa) Ihe loes of
the Abjsslnlatis were hvv, but Im news
wns rntnl'hed coticernlnn the fate of MnJ'ir
losellls , omimthd, an I imthlng was sal
about the losses ot the Italians
Major Toselll's column was comtoc I of
1 l native troojui, enmnianded bv twentv
olll us with fortv n, i-, o umll,ined nill
Ms at a mounted In t rv It Is known
thnt uf this force", Maid 1 os. Ill nMrnlmi
olll is an I IV) of th, native troop" are
musing The position f iletieral Armondl
nt Mikallo, however I- Imprecn ible, and
h has provisions Tot Dire months
1 li cabinet conn II In 1 1 to-night do
cl 1, I to i,iv e O.ncral Karitinil the nces
sar) means to criuli tl i Ab)sslnians
WHAT KANSAS HAS RAISED,
m it. coitLritvs .tnntin or nn: ao
iiih liukai. pitiiiiti i or 18U3.
Aggregntn Value 1 HlH,.psn.l,7tll. nn In-
treie Over I.iint Vrnr HI ,'l 1'er Cent
laltleof I'leld ( rops Alone 27
I'er tent More Than I.nt Year.
Top'kn, Kas., De. t (Special) Socrc
tar) Coburn, of the stale department of
agriculture, has from the returns In de
tail prepnred nn advun - summary "honing
the acrenges, quantities and values of Kan
sas' agricultural produ t, also numbers nnd
values ot live stock for the venr 13
Compared with tho" cf 1S1, tho llcures
ho;v an Increase thl )ear of LflOlll
acres or ?" per cent In field crop", and in
their value flC59.62S. or 2 per cent. Ihe
farm and live stock products combmid
show an lncrae In value over the pre
ceding enr of $15.12s" or 13 S per cent
A completo summnr) Is as follows
i-zs r r:-Dr' T I
: 3 S n E,s"-' x " --"T. "-"
5SS-? -. : : ?: i -i,?
?7' 5WJ.I . r tr '.''cT
Ss. : rr:
SSuS-ya Jj ..'- .,, s-r.S'JSF. 2
4 - - 4 l V JD - W
"laV'-a --Vt rjV -1: v Jl - - -Ji ","! -Vs
3 5 1.
n E?j3Jift&S! fi4'!sAP"s. I
1 itsriy iit"' , j c,
Animals slaughtered or sold for
Poultr) and exa- soil 3,315 e
Wool clip. "Ts lbs Ui'1
Ch-ese T2 IS9 lbs . 76.Kr5
Butter, Zi,ttJ,220 lbs t.COOOIs
Milk sold ,. . 383,'s
Garden product marketed M9CI2
Horticultural products marketed .. "JO.Usl
Wine manufactund jn,89S gals .... 151, Ul
Honey and beeswax, 26S.77S lbs, .... -It) "ijfl
ood marketed lil uj"
Grand total !2S503 7')1
The number and values of farm animals,
as returned bv the assessor for March 1,
ISM, are as follow-.
Animals, Number Value
Horses S12.7S9 i17S092
Mules and asses i,!9 3 23. 71C
Milch cows "17,2.)1 12 IU,(Vi
Other cattle WM,li9 23 91'Uiil
Sheep ill, :o 32Ttl
swine i ecu i o iei air.
A TOPEKA GRAVE ROBBED.
nod of Mrs. 1 O. Vim I It el 1'iuinil nt the
Ivan, is Medlttl Uiillegu ( oil. go
Innitiir Arret. d.
Topeka. Kas , lie c, 0 As Mr. I. O. Van
Fleet sat b) his lireside Sunda) evening,
mourning the In.- of his wife, who had
only been buib I a few hours, be wus
btartU'd by a v Won He suddenly became
possessed of th belief that his wife's bod)
had been taken Horn the grave. The idea
grew upon him m strongly that he went to
a noighbor und communicated his fears to
Early this morning, Mr. Van l'liet went
to itochestor e. m.dery, nnd a visit to his
wife's grave shiwed thnt tho grave hud
been most rini, 1) dlstuibed. A holo hid
been dug ut tho upper end, the cotlln
brokpn open an I the corpso dragged out,
evidently by nn ans of a rope uround tlio
The police lonui 1 the empso at the Kan
sas Medical oll.t,., in thlh clt), when, nl
though tho hnir bad been ti movent and the
body otherwlre mutilated to ptevent detei.
tion. It was id. milled bj Mr Vint l'leet,
and itgnln r, moved to an undertaker
S A. Johnson a student at the c ollcge
who ucts iik jiinltnr for the Institution, has
been urrctel barged with robbing tho
giuve, but tlin ih so fur very little to
connect him with Ihe crlmo
Tho collet,! ineult) claim that the body
wns put ehn, ,1 as ellnlc.il material, und
that Is nil th, ) km w about It.
SEVEN GO DOWN WITH A TUG.
Tlio I'rnirl II. tniuphilt I nuiiilereil OS!
Union l!e, lu I. itke superior, Satur-
tliiv All mi Itniiril bust.
Duliitli. Minn Pec 9 Ily the binklng of
the tug I'eail r. f.impbill ot Huron Isle,
In Lake Supctloi Haturd.iy list, se-ven
men, all but one ot whom lived in this city,
were drown.,1 I'he dead ate. I'uptaln
Ullllam MUiflvt), mustir, (leoige Mei'ort,
uhie( enginict i uptulii John Llo)d, mute,
Tied llnglun I si, ond ingliicer, 1'. ler Mc
C.ilUit cook two tliniiii ii, iiuiiicH unknown.
Un hatutd.i) a t, rrlble gule wus blowing
over the luke In thi vicinity of Huron e,
und 11 Is piolinble the Caiupbtll, which wns
one. uf the stuum Inst tugs on the lakis,
wan caught lu tlw hutiiciiio Union Islu
Is n tout tort) nill.s fioiu .Maiiiuette The
tugs Cumpliell uu, rustle hud Iikii at vvmlt
tin Ic tr)iug tu luise two sunken vissels.
Thu tugs pint,. I .ompiiny on lust rtliluy,
both tlun l.i In,- in good condition Tim
captain of tin i imphell was then wuinei)
not tu tr) to rm the wind thut was ilsliirf,
but he itmuikc I that his tug could wcuther
uti) thing but an tuithiiuakn That was the
last Men of tin vessel and Its crew. All
the men who wtre lost weio single Chief
lnglueor MeCort cunia from Chtbojgan,
BOASTED OF MURDER.
rruiik milium. Held oil busplclon of Kill.
lug uu lllllcer ul Oiage
t It), Kits.
A wagging tontua landed Treiik Will
iams lu a cell ut Central polk,, station,
wheio he la being Investigated for murder,
Williams Is 2c )eurs old und li-ib been In
Kansas City for nix months. He is a coal
wugou driver for a North end dealer. It
wu& reported to the police ctcrdny that
ilium-, hud bousted that he had killed
an olllcer of thi law in Osage Clt), Kus ,
fur whl h crime he had eluded arrest In
u burst of confidence, superinduced by 11
rpior, he lepeuted the stor), and last night
uu oflleer w is detailed to bring him In.
Williams told the police that he did not
remember the nunn of the man who was.
kilbd He ta I tl-at he was with the muii
ivho killed the olll'-er. but he could not re-
ull the nlleged murderer'a name. He Is
being held until tho authorities at Osuge
Clt. can he consulted,
a 1' TN-r:':" :;?- S.I Z
towtl undo, tit? each iitanllt.
ixnd beore vou know it your
fittino is pant for and t on
hardly know that it has cost
, you a cent.
That's the Way
To Buy a Piano
And there's no better place
than here to do the buytn.
Jtc stock ts the very vest tn
the town, and the terms most
$10 Down and
Any other sort of piano deal
that you're thinking of tnak-
i tg" you'll find us ready to
meet you half way on ?
Western Agent for stolnivny I'tino. s
.Ifitnttforltircrof ItrmJbury on I
iooo Walnut Strcut.
I GEO. METCALF, Mgr.
Open l'n r.l Cvililug until 111 o'clock f
OBJECT TO JNSUMIICE TAX.
ka.nsv. ist jivnci: mi: ivii.i. mi in
l IM.1s.ls Olll lll-DU,
The. Will 1)1. cues Meilis tn right cir Have
Adjli-ttd tin. a l'ir Cut l.uiy Mmln
by a eli Kausns I. ivi Vn Arbl-
trltlou of the t'l.ii l.lkcl).
About sevent)-nve ot the prominent In
surance mill, special agenth and .idjtihteis
of the Wen will gather at the Coate:.
House this morning to uttend the meeting
of the Kansas. I'leld Club The Field Club
Is tho successor of thi old Sunllower Clu i
which t elated to Insurance matters of the
West Tor --o mail) )eais, but went out of
existence about one )ear ago Among the
questions that are to come up for cortld
t ration ut the meeting to-da), the most
lmiort.ttit is that of dutit mining what the
Hie Insutanco companies of Kansas utu to
do concerning the collection ot tho 2 per
cent t.i-v, levied under special act of tl.o
last legislature on their business for the
bencllt of the lire depaprtments maintained
In the cltica of the state Tho tux was to
be levied on the volume of business done
by wtch company, and was to have been
paid into a common fund that wu& to bo
distributed among the lire departments In
cities p,i)ing S.'.Oou and more unnually for
It has been prophesied from the tltst thnt
the comt antes would not willing!) pa) the
tax, and that cinlm has been boine out
during the pit week, whin sevirul of iIim
companies eoutttoiisly returned the blanks
to Insurance Commissioner Anthon), and
stated that the) dei lined to give the intor
mutiun desjicd, us it was considered a pntt
of their olllclul bitfltiisg that could not
safcl) be made public. The insurance com
mission, t eleilimd at om e to accept any
pattlnl htatemint, nnd suld he would tak,
nothing liss than the complete .statement,
us Indicated b) the blanks he had fcent
when he naked for the report
To-day the insurance adjusters nnd spe
cial agents, w ho munnge the business In
that state, nre to meet bete nnd determine,
if possible. Just what courso Is to be pur
The agents, when seen last evening, vveto
ibcldedly non-commlttul One of them wns
of the opinion thut the pi "per thing to be
done wus to stand put and refu-e to miko
tho pro merits, while others vvue moio pa
clilc in their Ideas. The rfpioscniutlvo of
one of the largest compinles doing busl
m ss In the stun said that. Individually, he
was of tho opinion then- was but onu thing
to be done that would not damage busi
ness. He would advocate the pa)tncnt of
the tn undn pi oust, und at once Insti
tute a suit to lecover It, claiming it was
illegally collei ted That might cuuse an
enormous amount of litigation.
Thuro an. slt) lompanics doing business
In the htato that lite .life, ltd by the teims
of the luvv. and there an about twenty
tltbs in the state wheie the llro ili.ii.ut
munts would bo entitled to a share In the
proceeds of the tn If inch company
liioUKhi a suit for the amount paid for the
hnnrllt of each del ai tmetit It would mean
1 20o suits In tin eoutts If the companies
lost, It would mean iiulte a fortune paid
out for costs, nnd on the other hand. If tho
elate lost the c-ims it would mean mi
noiliious expense tot the tuxp.i)ers to
bvnr. Tho companies. In said, wtie not, us
u gem rnl llilnc Ine lined to be contentious
and uglv, nnd he was of the opinion that
alt iigiutiKUt could be made for n Mlpulu
tlop and the Inuring of u test case that
would si ttb. the whole question with the
slightest expense to ilui companies nnd to
tho piople of the state, lie was quite at n
Iosh lust evening us to what view the
agents would ndont but be wns hopeful
that an tindet standing could bo leached by
which un.) thing tioublesoine would be
avoided He thought Commlsslunci An
thony would be willing to meet tin m hnlt
wa) mi u buslncxs pi "position, and that
the state, aiitluiiltlis would be willing to
li.ivo the question submlttid to tho su
pume court at once for settlement.
The quistion Is nn Impottunt one, as the
tax would amount to nulte u large sum,
and It It can be collected In one state It Is
perfntl) sine thnt other stall s will at onco
tnko It up as u munis of raw nue, and they
will have to pay It In ev.ty stutu In tho
I'lilnu They do not believe It Is constitu
tional, and want to slop tho tax at this
point All of the tire Insurance companies
doing business in tho state will huvo repre
sentatives In tho met ting to-d ly
l fqiiuiii fur liu i ns
Bhlpped dally In securo packages by
auulicu: KYruSHLI. Druggist.
Opposite walling room, Union depot.
There will be n meeting of the board of
managers of the Old l.aules' Homo Asso
ciation to-day at 2 p m.
A thief foucd his way Into tho plumbing
shop of Tackett A. Kllllgct, ut 13111 Muln
street. .Satutduy ntght. uud stolo several
dollars' wolth of tools,
Itecetpts ut the custom house )etrd.iy
consisted of onu lailuud of tobaoco, font
teen cars of salt, one o.ise of hue curia. ns.
eight cases of garden seeds and six tars of
'!ho Independent Order of I'ofesteis,
court Central No. Gtt, lield an iiitouu.il
meeting at ritrope's hall last evening.
Dam lug and cards were Indulged lu by the
members and Hit lr filends.
Jacob Uumblnir, of Leave nvvorth, who
foi the last tvvuity )ear hua operated u
dty goods and clothing store In that city,
has toiiued a copartiuishlp with Hmuiiuel
Frlendlii h, of Kunsas Clt). und will Iden
tify himself with thu new business early In
A man who described himself as John
Moran, suffering from delirium tremens,
ttuggered Into Central police station last
night Ho Imagined he could seu all sorts
ot animals He wns attended to by the
surgeon, und afterwards locked up lor
Jesse Cooper, 0 years old, stood In front
of his father's home at C o'clock last night
and watched two bovu tight lu the street.
One of thu boys, said to have been Janus
Woodson threw a brick ut his ud ler sal)
Ihe In iik stru k Jesse In the fucc cutting
a gush und causlnv a wide abrasion. Tho
bo)s who had been lighting ran awa).
Jesse was taken to Central station, where,
the surgeon Ugt hl injuries.
Every child, accompanied by
an adult, visiting our Children's
Department between now and
Christmas will be presented with
There is no obligation to pur
chase anything to secure one of
these Souvenirs, but positively
none will be given to children
unless accompanied by adults.
Kjinsas City'i Horemost
Clothiers Slioers, Hatters and Ftirnisliers,
1 SOUTHEAST CORNER TENTH AND MAIN STREETS,
"ara a a u
OF INTEREST TO STOCKMEN.
ic.i.wts cit H.is run ltr.sr wrsi
i:i:.n nix; .11 vKKt.t hsii:kuu'.
t'rlnn l'nlil Were lletter rinn In st. r.ouls
and Clilcaco 1 Irst Arrival uf tho
Miimiii uf Cottoiisied .Ileal Cat
tle lu tilth Mod;.
Kansas City )esterday, evei) thins con
sidered, was the best ho, market In the
t est. Hogs were o rents higher than In
St. Louis, hoth extreme and bulk, and
within G and lu cents per cwt. as high as
in Chicago, which Is n .irl) Dm) miles fir
ther east, und this dltlmnee wouldn't be
.rin to pay transportation and charges,
W.illac e .t Hla, k, Dallas, Tex , had In
tome cottonseed me.il cattle yest, relay, the
til it of the season '1 he) .ivciaged 1,010
pounds and sold at iS 23
Colonel Albert Henn, ngi nt of the bureau
of animal indnstt) here, has Just rcceivid
report ot the number of lattlo import.it
into the 1'nited hi ites fiom Melco toi the
month oT Novembu There weie btought
In rrom all points, 17.IA', ncarly-aff of vvhK li
wire foi grazing purpose 'lhls Is 1,1,1.".
more than the i ntlre Impoi Lilian the list
hilf of HfM. as far as theie Is any record.
Last week was a very busy ono with
pa-kors Ihe) killed 1D.1SI cattle., 72,711
hogs and Itrn sh. ep
Ja) H NVit, of the Drovets" Telegram,
In response' to a toast at the Live block
banquet In Chicago, last I'llday evening,
'1 offer no objection to a man's glor)lng
in his native ell), niitlvo stall, or nntlvn
countrv We are willing to concede- to
I'hiMiM) a gic.it measine of sincii-s and
pnisp.iit). We urn willing to concide thut
l 'niiigo is the- gtealest c.ttlle matki'l In the
werld Hut when makini: this concession
I must sn) that wo uu- not ashamed of our
own .statu. (Apnlausi )
"We don't raie as much Ice nnd fiost
down om vva) us hi re, but we have plenty
of other things It Is u popului epigram
tn Missouri Hint it a stone wall were built
uround the st no no man would ti'.d to go
out of II to p.t whnt he might need If
we must look up to some, we have the sutls
f a, lion uf looking down on otluis It
do. "n't occut to me that the gentlemen
trom Illinois set nny xnmple of modesty,
und so I nm entitled to siiy an) thing cal
culated to enhance our own gloi). Hut bi
cause I have the light it doesn't say that
1 Will exctilse it
"Conlld-ntially spmklng, vvc people out
In Mlsi-outl ate hustlers We know wn
ma) bi.it )on on cattle, but we know we
will ni ver be it bio to In nt ),'tl on h gs. You
hive col the loinlleld" that do nut , lmd
vei) lai vve-t of Ihe MlsRutul, uud ivii)
thlng l In )uur advniit.ig. to imniitaln n
p. rpetu il hug market. W. le, ugulzc jour
maisnllliiut liospit.illtv W, have been
well tiuated and lonllully thank) oil for it."
A genual meeting of the Live Hto, k n
ehattge Is eallcsl for Thntilu) U i mber
19 to vote uion admitting Miss Jennie M
c.oodwln t membiu-hlp In tin i haitgu,
Tluro Is nuthlng In the b-lnv of tho ex
change In uleretiiu to lad) membets
.1 Wilson lluidiier, Hugo. Col, wns here
ytsteiday with sheep, llo rejioits tho runge
good and sas that cattle and sheep aio
J. .M. Dunn, C.aiden City, Kas , wiis at
the ).ii,ls )nteid.iy with cattle He ias
cattle Is sbott in his section, but Iheiu Is
lib lit) of feed.
Murtlu iS. Heeman, Comanche, Te., were
up )tterl.iy with cattle
A II Hill, Sheldon, Mo, was In with eat
1 Koih Mount Leonard, Mo., got feed
ers hi io )etenla).
W IC. Mi omas, Hunlen, Kos., had in
ltlKMler Ilios . Liwson, Mo came In
esteiiluy with hugs
1) Inn, IMull, Kas., wns hero )estcr
dav with hog.,.
(lore & Mills, Shawnee, I, T., had In cat
C H and V. V. Xevlns, Chiles, Kas.,
wero in with sheep )uterday.
TI1IJ DOCTOR'S COI.UAIN.
N.. i'hlla. Have a burning- sensation In
ni) stomal h. Digestion poor, hallow cam.
pb xlott, I'lease advise.
Take our tlastrlne ufter meals Js'atro
lithlc Halls, teusiioonfuriu a half tumbler
of hot water, before breakfast
L T It., Lancaster. ou can find no
remed) so good as our Cerebrtne tor ner
M J, IMttsburg I suffer tetilbly with
pains In the lower part of my back: am
sometimes unable to stand.
Take our Medulllne. extract of the spinal
cord, three lliinw dull), A doaa of Katro
llthli Salts twice a week
Cluis. is . S)racuse I'or weakness of the
blaikler take our Natrollthlc Salts.
, TJIIl DOCTOlt.
The above preparations and other spe
cialties of the
Coluiiiblv Clieiulriil Co., Wimbliigtuii, I. V.
Including the famous
and .NM'll'.Ol.irillO hll.'lv
At all druggists. Bend for Literature.
I:ur Inrbriuty uml Murphlnclim. OIil-
It uml ltet lathe two feaiua City.
3 A Oifl if
710 Wyandotte Bt.
& & & J&
IN THE END.
iriLKUMATISir. CATAIUMi, DYSPHI'-
SIAA.M) Tim MOST OUSTINATE
DISEASES CUJtEI) 11Y JUS
Ask Vour Druggist foru 1 rre Copy of Mtin
)mi's (.Hide to Health, and Cure Voursulf
Dltli a "5-ceat Itottlo of Muuyou's ltem
Mr J. Laurencol, S02 Tlumlmrer street,
Htillulo, X. V., huya. "I hnve- been ulllli t
ed with asthma ami luonchlnl ttoubles
in their vvotst foim fur Hi joins and
tried nil soils ot remedies without benc
llt, until no save up lu ihspali, waiting;
lor the end, which siomul vet v ne.u
Hut, thank (Joel, I rc.itl ol lluiij'jn's Iilt!
pilN, nnd nttei taking them icmn.l i , t
only ic'lief, but In less than throe munt u.'
tlmi" a completo cure. I h.ijio m.v state
nient will lend some suffeter tc rest ,mi
health, ns I havu such g;ieat tonlidi-nte
In Mun.v on's Impioved Homeopathic
Itemodli s "
Thousnnds of similar testimonials! from
nil pnits of the cotintty lmvo been i
celvcd lioin people who have; been cut, 1
' b) llunpin'i Hemedlts of Cutiuih, 1) -,-popsl
t, Jthcumatisni, Kielnoy and Liver
DIseiihi s, Keinulu Complaints, Asthma
Coughs unil Colds
I Spei'lul success ful cures lor nervous
debility, and nil not v cum diseases, anil ul!
hpecltlc blond und skin troubles.
A separate Hpeolllc for each disease
At ull iltllBKlsts, niu.lt)' 23 eeUlts II but
tle. IVthonnl Ieltcis to Pi of. llunyon, 3M5
Arch stte.t, I'lilhulelphin, I'll, aiisweie-.l
iWltli free uiedlcitl advlco for tiny disease.
iMll II II 111 LliiA I I I 1 I I I I
unuLuunuu liiuu vj;
04H AMI BStl ilAI SI'.
Munyon's Iiomcdies, 20 Conts.
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Dec ember II '
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now on sule. a
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at thi: iiAitnnu shop.
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GOLD MEDAL, Paris exposition, 188k
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