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TTTK TCAXSAS (TIT JOniXAL, TTEsmY, nKOKMUKU 10. lROffi
HB1S CITY, MS.
yCJLC.C.CCC&C. CJUJL W."
ll Tho Journal office has been b
N removed from the Chamber K
3 of Commerce to the first floor
5 of the Columbia Building at b
S Sixth street and Minnesota k
On the ioth and
secure the dis
count. Wyandotte Gas Go,
ltrmeinhiir thre in nu Kni'lny Instlllltfi 111
JCunaiiK City, .Mo. Ilitniiro of rheit Imitators.
Captain Klngscott post, O. A. n., nt its
last meeting, elected tlio following ofliecis:
Commander, J. (', Long; scnloi vice com
mander, J I:. Woodruir; Junior vlco com.
jiiander. J. C. McCarthy; surgeon, J. W.
Cushuur: olllcer of tlio day, C. W. Hurley,
ulllocr of tlio guard, J, A. Colvvell; icpre
tentative, U Hunbuck,
Tlio Itev. Johnson, pastor nf tlio I'irst
f'ongieKUllonal ohuich, of Kansas City,
Mo mil lio In tills city next Sunday to re
organize tli locul church.
J. H. Smith linn returned from a visit
with frknds lit Topeka,
1. V Make Is seriously III at his home
on Huby nvonua with an uttuck of tlio grip.
Miss Corn Hillings of Laurence, la III the
cny, inu guesi ui nicucis.
Horn, to Mr. anil Mi. John Hoeck. of
North Spear avenue, u son, and to .Mr, and
lrs, Samuel Debeck, of North Spear uve
nue, a daughter,
ills, J), liossard, of Kast Huby nvenue,
returned homo yesterday after a pleasant
Mslt with trlcuds In Ottawa.
The invival meetings at the Methodist
church will continue tho lest of this week,
Ml 3. L. W. JJonefer, of Denver. Is in the
rlty, tho guest of Mrs, II. J, Lancaster, of
the West end,
Mrs. Shepard tind her ions, Guy and
Clyde, spent Sunday ut the hotel.
Mr, Scott Jtudy, of Spring Hill, Kas.,
was In ion n Monday visiting his sister.
Iko Whlslt, better known as Rabbit, who
has been surfeilng with pneumonia, Is re
ported to be Improving.
Tho Women's Republican Club will meet
at the residence of Mis. 1J, M, Host to
The Kansas City Journal Is delivered In
ltosedale by Kugene Miller, who will also
collect for the same ut tlio reduced late of
V) cents a, week and make his collections
Itirucy I.autrj,' runeriel.
Topeka, Kas., Dec. 9 (Special ) A spe
cial train will be luu from Topeka to
Strong City to-morrow morning over the
Santa I'e for the accommodation of the
friends of the lata Harney I.antry who wish
to attend the funeral. The funeral services
will take place in the Catholic church at 9
o'clock and the Catholic bishop will oill
clate. Tile reruabu wjll be taken to Chi
cago for Interment. (
QUASHED THE WRIT.
i)i:cisio.v hv Tim sui-iif.mi: comer
AI'lTUUM! AIIOIJ.VIINK'IAX 1III.I.S.
JUDGE ANDERSON SUSTAINED.
i:a'-coi)ncii.man- y, r. im:ii:ics ri.Ai.v
Tiri' in a oivoitoi: -cir.
tho Suit nf cx-lirriuiin ICiino Agaliuit the
(Ity 'thrown Out of Court Charles
beott and Wllluril Mllleir light
With Weapons Other .Voit.
An opinion affecting the legality of tho
special assessment for grading Metropoli
tan, avenue in Argentine has been handed
clow uby the supreme cmut.
During thf past few years suits by tho
score have been brought by citizens of Ar
gentine to leslinlu the city from collect
ing special Improvement taxes. In nearly
evuy Instance where a stioot has been Im
provoel there liuvo been legal proceedlnga
by piopoity owners to enjoin the city fiom
collecting special taes. Kucently the re
ceivers of tho Atchison, Topeka Santa
l Hallway Company and tho Kansas
Town Company Fought to enjoin the col
lection of taxes for such work.
T,he case In which tho decision was ren
dered Is that of a. II. Sliiimoiib et al
against the city of Argentine. In Janu
aiy, isi I, u judgment was entered In the
couit of common ple.n In tavor of Slm
iiiuiis et al, holding the assehsment Illegal,
Defmdant.s took the cato to the siipieine
court, wheie, In IMiruiiry Io.it. tho Judg
ment Of the court nf rnmm.-m nlpna tins
reersed and a maml.ito Issued leiiulrlng
tho lower court to set aside Its foimer
Judgment nnd enter Judgment In favor of
tho defendant. A motion for n. rehearing
was tiled by the plaintiff and on April
Si) this motion, was civim ruled and the foini.
er opinion of the supiomo court sustained.
The plalntilTs then made a nuiUnii tar a
now tilal In the court nf common pleas
on uccoiint of a mistake In the printing of
the general stutute mateilally alfectlng tho
law appllablft in tho case, which it nut al-
iseu, inisieu me piainiins aiioruey on
tho tlrst trial.
tJn September 15 this motion was sus
tained uud it new Mall granted. In Oc
tober Attorneys T, J, White and II. A.
Halley, lepiesentlng tho defendant, the
city of Aigeiitlni', commenced a. mandamus
proceeding in tho supreme court against
Judge Anderson, of the cuurt of common
pleas, to compel him to enter a llnal Judg
ment In fuvor of the defendant, claiming
thut the lower court had no Jurisdiction
to l u ml u new trial alter the supreme
court had ordered n llnal Judgment,. An
alternative writ was issued requiring the
Judge to enter the Judgment on or before
October 2.', or thow cause why a peremp
tory wilt should not be Issued, Attorney
J. R rrunkoy, lor the plaintiff, filed a mo
tion to uuJsh the wilt.
The opinion handed down sustains this
motion und uuashes tho writ and sustains
Judgo Anderson In granting the new tilul.
It will be seen this case has been before
the supieme court three times during the
preteut ear. It will probably he tried
ugaln on Its merits this week In the court
of common pleas
Attorney lute said last evening that
the refusal of the supremu couit to giant
the writ of mandamus would not ho the
last of this case, In fact he rather ex
pected a decision of this kind and antici
pated It by prepntlng u petition in error
which he will tile at once.
Tho supreme court, in passing upon the
case. Bays; "As to the right of the court
of common pleas to entertain a motion for
AYER'S Coughs and Coldi.
CHERRY PECTORAL cures
OUR SUITS AND OVERCOATS
At $10 must be seen to be appreciated
They have been chosen from among the
very best in the world and are as far supe
rior to the ordfnary offerings at $ 1 0 as could
possibly be imagined. There's no prepos
terous claim made that their worth is $25
and selling for $!() We simply claim, and
stand prepared to satisfy anyone, on intelligent
comparison, that no suits or overcoats were
ever shown in this town that would begin to
compare with these at the price quoted. It
doesn't take a millionaire in these days to
dress well and look well We undertake to
satisfy your pocketbook and your ideas and
we guarantee satisfaction with every sale
made, or you get your money back for the
asking Be wise in your day and generation
and don't spend one penny for a suit or over
coat until you've thoroughly looked through
the line we offer at
Kansas City's Foremost Clothiers, Shoers,
Hatters and Furnishers.
SOUTHEAST CORNER TENTH AND MAIN STS.
a now tual In a cae wh-ro this couit hns
ieciseil Us Judgmtnt .ml direttd that a
demurrer to the plaintiffs e Id.-m he
Misiniiied, we oxprcss no opinion, but pri -for
to leave the ciuostton for d'-leimlnn-tlon
when properly presentfd."
ins iti.tss was uitinr.
Suit fur Dltiircu Ite'giui h ev-t'oiiii Hi" in
. I". I'eiti r.
W. r. I'eteis, e-couni llmnn from the
I'lrt waid. and a pioiiiinoiii and highly io
spectcd joiing in. in, has Mod suit In tho
district i oin l agilnst his wile for illvoree
Tho prooefiiiiiKs we're oogun loioiuiy .inn
nil attuinpl was made to i oncoal the fact
from tho public, but became known jes
terday. At the last inunlolp.il election W 1.
Potrrs was elected to leprcM-nt the Klist
waul In the city cnuncll. lie then lived
it 32 Not th Jauios street, where he was
ongiiRi-el In Inn-lness. un SPiti'inb"r 'I last
he loslgned ns eouncllman and about the
K.'imp tlmt. erm miriled to Mrs Ll.lltnu.
a Kansas City, Mo., widow. At tin' tluui
nf tho mailing.' It w.ih uimored th.it the
inline- Mis, I't-tert refused to live- In the
llist waul, liee.iiiHe? nt the dlsagrocahlo
Mont i omlng from tlio packing Iioiispm, ami
iiipilinl .Mi. I'etors tu iomoe m another
put of the city heloie tho eciemnny took
Mr. ivicis wont to llscolslor Springs,
Mo. where tho mairl.ign took placo. Afte-r
n lirlof huni iiuion, the couple took ui)
their roMelonco al No fill) North Slth
slii'i't, where .Mr. I'eteis now e-imlos nu
Mntlnuory business Tho eis shoi t time
which has rljpnd slnco the iiiaiilage
innki's this a ei uniisiul ease.
The petition IHoel by Ml. Ivteis elinrges
Inlldi'llty on the' pint of the wife. Another
charge Is that Mis. I'eiois came home- In
to.Ualeil one night leeently. I.t Is ullegi d
that she spent the evening In rumpaii
with several men and enttroel the iuum
by breaking a window with her foot, and
tli.it she afterwards h milled Mr. He tern
It will h some time befoio tho case U
VKitiuuT coit ri.AiM'irr.
A I.eaeiiturlh dury OUeie lnliii II, lintclielt
n ,lndgiiii'iit fur til,lllli),
III the district court at I.euvnwnith. ye
terday nfieinoon, John II. (ianhell, of
Kansas Citv. Kas.. was Klvcn a verellct
igiiinst the Kansas t'ltj. Wsandotto and
.Mirtiiwesiern uniiio.iu compiny lor ! ,
for Injuiles le'celvi'd in a wink caused h
an ouglno crashing thtough a bilelee at the
mouth of the K.iw river, whereby Ihmiiii'er,
I'upilu was killed nnd tlatclull, who was
his Hi eman, hail nu eye knocked out, u I
limb and Eevoial ill's broken.
several mounts a no .mis. I'oninz was
given a Judgment nualnsi the railro.nl com
pany In the bum of li.OiQ for the death of
As the suit of fi.UChell covered thii same
testimony as the Hnprltz c.iae. ull attoineys
interested agreed to submit tho caso to the
Jury with the evidence of that tilal, to
gelher with photogtaphle views of the
wreck This was done and the jury soon
returned the verdict as reported
Kx-Chlef Justice! Albert II. Horlon and
W. H. Waggoner appeared for the i,iilru.nl
company and IVnlon .V I'enlon nnd W. C.
Hook, of this city, for the plaintiff,
111; it Mi.M) ui:itAMii:n.
Mrs. Mnry .Mullicy Will Ho l.'i.iiiilueil In
tho rrnliito Court 'tii-daj,
51rs. (Mary Malney, aged 21 years, will bo
examined 111 the pi ob.u o court at 10 o'clock
this 11101 niug for tlio purpose of ascei min
ing whether or not eho is insane. Her hus
band, I). H. Jlatney, appeal til betoio Hro
balo Jiulgo Anglo yesleiday aftenioon and
mado application for the examination.
They live on u furm near Kosedalo, unel
liavtJ been mauled only a short time. Ho
claims that lectntly sho has ton all con
trol or herself and Is fast becoming to
tally demented. She Is not violent, but
appears tu havo nu conception ot existing
surrounding's. It Is believed thut in cusu
she Is properly caied for her reason may
be fully lestored.
ruled In the 1'iillce Court,
III the police court icsterlay several
"Jolntlsts" wero fined the usXial p, and
tho cases of a, few- were continued. Other
fines imposed were: James Moss, drunk,
16; J. II. Uoyler. a vagrant, IM; George.
Meade?, peace disturber, 5; II. A Huitlug,
drunk, ': Mike Keuney, drunk, j; J t;.
Donley, drunk, JJ; John I'uroy. drunk, V.
Uar UarrU. charged with. pVlit Urceuy,
wis ur iiiti . a i Tiitm i hi u nr 1 nil i
1" .hi I .leihn ll.ihn ' t-i h.uge'el w ill II -ehamiri.,'
tn.'i'in n I nijllig i en i!e 1
wo, iiniii leu- er.nn I i 'Olltlii in Mi
I ,lse wilt 1m tlj,l .ilueel.n .Mill.
ilrtshiim, 'liiitil with drunken!. , l,i,l. d
e appe.ii tin tii.tl, and his noud of $
in:.Mii:iti:i: st M.tismi,
H- I iroin.lll tiiillr'H -nil Agjilnst the ( iti
I iiriiu ii Out nt Court.
Jilelge Allen, uf tin- dlstrlol court, yes
leiday siistaiued a ehiiiiiner tiled b the
attoitio) for tho de'tenelant In tho suit of
William Kuuc ngiiiust Hie el'y of Kansas
City, Kii., for tho pa ) men I of 11101x5 al
ii Kill to ho 1)110 him
lvalue Is 1111 u-liivni.in, who was dl--chatgisl
July Hi, ivjj eleven month") lieloro
tho I'Npiratiiin of the I'lin for which In
was appointed. Ho allogis that he wti
llM.'li.irgsl wltlioiu cause, nnd sue-.l for
$1 U0, thi amount ol his salary for the
oli'Ven months ho dlel not serve lty tho
aot'.oii uf Judgo Allen the- caso Is thrown
out of court.
Thomas I'lnn has a similar si.'t ngntnet
tho rlty pending in the 00111 1 of common
I or Kent.
Uslralile nfllro rooms single or en iilti
wllh or without v tint accommodations, It.
Chamber of Commerce building. Kansas
Cltv. Kas.; cnlrally loe aiocl at Ithervlen,
elevitlot, steam ileal, oloctri.' light, low
prices. rin largo hull tor lodge purpose-.
W11 hive two vai nit nights per wi-ok. Al-o
large hall on giouii'l Moor. .Miltabli' f.ir
dancing panic- l''ur iiartlculars, call un
Janitor nt tiullelliiK. 01
Al,i:.- ri.N'DL.W, Agent.
Hunker bldg . Kansas City, Mo.
A Illume, WhiiIciI.
S.iliih llnstiniiis IIIi'.l suit In the illstii. I
(unit iali'elaj to set me a doei-ii of i. J
viiie'e 11.1111 per niiMiami, William Husi-liig-.
They wen tnarilid on July 20, 1-ni
SI10 nlhui's that shoiitj afi'iwaid he bo
iMiite nullini and imriilinlfiil jf hot, ami In
Se'ptombiei, 1619, left her and has slneo u
fusisl to provide foi lnr.
J. V. Cowlos mid Miss V A. H.iriy were
vesttida gt.intiel .1 niarrlaac llcellsc 1J
l'roll.ltee JlldKlt Annie Hulll ltkdt In 'et-
tl.s .'unity, .Mo., and are the same .ikc, s:
!'. C. Holmes, ate 'J jears, and Ida V.
Itauiy, aged Hi e.ns u.-ie mauled Sunday
night by .liibilc- llimlns.
A ('hrlstmas b.uai ull', lie held this even
IliK nnd tu-liioilon evening by the vrnine.ii
of tin Mount I'l'-usani -M. H chinch, Thlnl
till, I .tel.ie ,.1 1, ..1 1 . 1 IK. Klnnr.. ., HI 1.,,
served In conuettluu. I
The legular moiuhlv Inspection ot Cotu
i.in II was helel at the Aimoiy last night
A musical and liteiais entertainment will
he given by the I'oniti jj lanilly ill the 1'il
grim Consii'gatlonnl church this evening.
The regular metiiing of the ladles' nld
committee of iht. V. M C A, will be held
In the Y M. C A parlors at i:30 o'clock
this afternoon. At this meeting otllfcis will
be elected und other Important business
Tho case of George nrllllth, charged with
fraudulent use of the malls, was continued
lu Culled Slates Commissioner I'viry's
court vesterday Other cases set for to-day
will also bo continued.
A nuiriUgt" license was Issued yesterday
by I'robato Judge Angle to William lloov--er.
aged 47 yeurs. and Anna Dryer, uged
3i ears, llotli parties live in Atchison.
Thomas Hronson yesterday returned to
Iti'liiriiod I'niiik tlio leiilliirv.
It. II. ArmstioiiK, .if till- Kansas Triluino,
a I110.il weekly, (s buk from the Iialian
Toriltnij, wheto In- went to transact busi
ness fur tho ali-e.it ,. V,vandotlo lti.lans
Hi' Is piiri h.isluj! iKont tor these Indians
tin! is oMiei'ted to pun haso olghly acres of
land lor oiu'li of the Inelmus who weie nut
im lulled In the government It only with
'Ii's li urn a !iin M K i .illoi i l,i i. i
.nioiii m . iln n
I 'I 'I ' III llelllll 111- letllllle 1 1(1 lllS .IIHe
i al I ' n.l St'l 111, - K I
Ml- Nellie' I'llll-e nl '1 ll'illlp-llll Ile'nil''
I IS , 111 I l.lllilllh .-- Al ' llelllll- - ul Ale ll-
5;inrlo st,,tt noil VVilliii-il Vllll.'r I'lgl.t
With VV.'lllllS -Vllller eitelv
( ut In 1 lie M1I0.
Charles S ott and Wlll.tid MUlor vwre
nrrontfi! 5 i'sleidit.v b Stigi-ant llodrlrk, of
No. 3 poll, e station. 011 tho ch.iige ot light
ing. .Miller mot Se'.Jtt ut tho Mee'hnntos
hotel jest. relay moiuing and they (pianeled
over Muy tlilltlih. who Is a slstei -In-law or
Se'ott. Scott drew u knilo and cut Miller
In the left side, Inflicting u wound almost
eight Inches long. Miller also drew 11 l.nlfo
atiej out Me on on ino arm 1 no aiiiio ion
from his hand and ho dtevv 11 revolver and
hit Se'ott over the head breaking tho
weapon. Sergeant lieelnik then arilvcd on
the svene and pl.ioi'.l both men under hr
lest. Tiny Were laken t'i No 3 station and
Dr Harrison was nillod l disss their
wounds Ho said the' wotuiel In Miller's side
was u mis serious one und Miller was sent
til his lloltlo. .N led AellllllS SlieOt. Se'lltt
was Im keel up Dr. Harrison staled last
evening that Miller was In n pint allium
ciiiullilnn unel was oi wntk from the loss
of llleioet, bill tllilllKllt lie Wiuilel I oe OV ol'.
A wiiu.int will In- Issue . 1 this morning im
:-', mi on the 1 tun gi- 01 e-saiilt with intent
Will llel ItepiHll'll TiiMlli;llt.
Tlio Judges lu tlio business nn-ii's c.iiui
val gave the homos of the' l 1 111 10 Comp.mv
II Tho cm nival will he ioikiiuiI to-night
fui the beptllt of Mr. Will Itadford, the
drill maste r.
Thieves luuke Into tho baker shop of
I'l.ink Adamson, of .N'o 310 Kansas avoniie,
Suiiijav liUiit .in.l ftole a ciuautli) ot clg.ns
und tohaico. The matter was repotted to
the puli, o
The Willing Woikets will give a social
I'llday evening at "eni Kansas avenue for
the llt-liollt ol the poor.
The Mnthus' Alt Society will meet with
Mis. Wilim llrmisie at her home on Coy
stieet Wodmsilae, alti'inonii.
.Mixs Maggie 1'i.k Is seilnusly ill at her
home mi SI. Haul xlitol.
In. I'nole has gone to Downs, Kas,, to
.Mis. K Smith, age el 71 o.im died Sun
du night at tho home of her il.iUKhter,
Mrs. Se'h.ie iter, un South roiiith street.
Th body will ho taken to St. I.ouls for
Ian I, .1
Tho I'oenr-olil d lUKhter of Mrs. Hooper,
id Aelaiiis stint, elleil Sunday, 'the tun, Tal
will be hel, I lilts atli-lllooil
.Vllss Hditli .liihiisnn will entertain the
Hapllst MUe.ioii.il y Soi letj at her home 011
South .Ninth stieet. next Thursday after
W. I', MtnlMoll Is lii Topolui mid Wuuti
Ills VVUei mid ( lillelrcii tu Join
1 1 1 tu ilierc,
W. V. Sw.ilwell has been heard from, and
Is cnjo)lug good health at the home of Ills
parents In Topeka. About three months
ugo Swalwell left his homo In this city foi
the puiposo of lliidlng woik In K.inuiis Cltj
lie never returned, and his family feaicct
he had been killed. No traco ot Swnlwcll
could be found, uud Mine hluteil that ho
had waudere.1 away fiom home In u lit ot
temporal,)' averratloii. Others declared that
being ile.spoudc.nt, he hud thiowu himself
Into tho river and left hts little family
to light the battle ot lite iilone. It Is his
deslie now that Ids family Join him at
Topeka, where It Is sahl he lias employ,
Siralwcll belonged to several benevolent
societies, among them tho A. O. U. W.
When ho disappeared the societies came to
the relief of his wife and children, und pro
vided for them and uro still continuing the
good work. Mrs. Swulwell was overjoyed
at the news that her husband was still llvi
Wlllliiul liilovv's Will.
The will of William Inlaw, who died re
cently ul his home near llluo Springs, was
Hied for probata ycsteiday. The will ap
points his wife, Mrs. Manna Inlow, as ex
ecutrix. To hts child, Clara, he bequeaths
one.. half of uluable.' real estate. In iLiiel
. ! ".' :
tl.ellll'l I. Ill' ,S.l 11, I I ' 1 -I I le' I'e , -
ll.- Ull, W I, , !- ,lp. II ' I - .11' l
M II It M U' le II I I I-- I ,- ei
Of tllO We I It )l ' II tie 1 ul 1. l-te'l II .1 I U
I 1 II lulu 11 Moll.
Itle-h.iiel liiijs. who In.'- icar Sill Mills,
llll't W Itll II tit ll ,11 llle lit cell Pi id IV. lllle
as. eiiellny ftom .1 we-ll ho lu some w,i was
overcome, lust his giasp on thee hoisting
ropo nnd fell tu the bottom. Win 11 . k. s.
out ho was dead. The iIwpuoi 'I w 1- i
brother ot Solomon Dav is, of K'uste 11 I 1 k
son count.v. The funeral took pla , mm ,1 w
and Wus ronductod by the field I' Inve
Miss Maud Alexamle r, uf llltio Spilng.
Is the guest of .Mis. Hoes,. ,i, xiinel. 1, .a In 1
homo on North .Main siit-vi.
Airs, llonty Crump will leave this morn
ing tor Denver, whole hh1' will visit In 1
daughter. Airs. Murphy.
There will lie. 11 mi'ciing of I ho I. (1 (.
& I, this evening THeonler will elect
olllcets for the ensuing year.
Tho funeral over th Infant child of Mr.
and Mrs. n'llnriuw look pl.v yssieiday
at II o'clock fiom the- funiilj ro"lienco.
Alosol) brothels, of this city, expect to en
gage in the I'lilllltiii'c bitslni'ss at Oak
Irovo, at nn onrlj elate.
Mr. and Mrs. T. I' Cieol cntoruilne1 the
.Monday Night Club ui their rosldenco In
.McCauli'y pail; lust night. There was
quite a largo attetnlauce of members,
Tho revival son h e - will continue at the
Hapllst 1 Inn, h tlii.- wee'k
Miss Ullii 1. 11 kh.11.ll of Wellington, Mo..
lie the Jlli'i-l of Mis. li A Hellllllile nn
Iist Him Stieet
NEWS FROM LEAVENWORTH,
COt'ltl-VIAIttl l. 'U.M I VION'V IN CM'.
iAIN I.VV IM.'s 1 WOlt.
Ht Idem o He-Hoc ting lllsi r elit I pun .sin genu
Willie'. Illlli ill t oil, lull Ur. Kacillel,
uf ht, I uiii, on the st end Tu
Ho 'I ried fur liioiiull).
Tho luurt.murtial of Assistant Smgcon
Cheiiles 11. Hwing, uf Jelfi 1,-011 Harraoks,
.Mo,, was continued at I'ort Leavenworth
yctcida, and was ut lively luteiust, Hos
pital Stewaid Vim c'russmatt was retulUd
to the stand and befoio hts testimony was
concluded it loukcel vol) much ns If the
tables had bun turnni, and Surgeon Whlte,
win. pieit'iitd the charges against Assist
ant Surgeun Hwiug, wore on iii.il instead
Of the defondaut In tm case, You Ciofs.
mall has bit n u, hospital stouurel tu tint
army lor nearly tw cut). nine e.ir, am)
testified that his salaty tit Jelfeiion llai
r.uks was Sol tier uiuiitli.
Ho sniel that In UU1 lie huiiuht o sorrel
liotso from a. giis-et Milan ii.uiitil Thnmus
III St. Louis, but fctiusiqiitiilly gave' IhU
lioisu to Sillgcon While. v,h lie, Vun Cm-.-.
man was unable to piovlde foi it, that Sui
guou White In-lit this hurso In the govern
ment stable, diawlng Image theiofor Hum
tho govi'iiimein, but allowing him the use
of the hoisc, tint same as if he belonged te
him. Subkcnucutl), the hospital ste'.wi.i
claimed that this muicI horse piuvtd to 0e
blind ill one eje, was se.iii.tlv able to sn
out of the othei i)c, was silif -ml luu..,
ami that he iciurneel the animal to (im
cerymau Thonnia, und bought a black nuio
for J-3, which he i,ave tu riuigvon Wliilt,
lu Hull of the solid hoi so
On criiss-evuinliiution the hospital stuw
ard wus made to m luiimUdt,, that there
hail been no iv tual l,llot 01 foiiu.il iu.
ceptancc nf eltlui of thone u 11 Una Is.
llelng still tiiillur lae'sted b eh-l'i mlant's
attorney. Von I'lossiuan admitted thai tin
ncci ptance of tht-t hoises ull the pa it ot
Surgion Kvvlug was but a subtertug.' to
diuw- foru i, e fiom the bovtrnmeiit, wuilst,
he. Von Ciossnian. was tu have tho uso ot
tho animals, lie uiuiiit.ilue.l that Surgeon
White did this out of kludiiebs tor him, us
na had a tick buy uud bis family was
Superintendent llinki', ot th National
cemetery, neui Jefl'ison Harraeks. was r -called
to the stand, when he said ho ha 1
never made charg s of any mituro ugtnusi
Assistant Surgeon Hwlug. He said Dial
he Itad called upon Surgeon lowing to g ve
mcdlcul attention to his shk child, and
that he responded to his call.
Mrs. Iluifcc, wife of the superintendent.
was then sworn us u v. ltU"Ss. She sail
that 011 the -9th of last Seiitembcr It 1
husband went to see Assistant Suigeou
Elug about their sick child, who had the
nt I 1 1 11 In 1, enrn'i! e t
w I ', he- 1 lnillil-1. 1
I I11II11W 111 . .,1 III e '1 1 e'tWe" 11 1
O Im lv S'H 'e!l I Willi,' e.ltllt lei ll
.llel pit II 1 I -i I ,)1-. ttllt t I
lie 1 ! 111) el 1- ll . , III! I 1, .'.i I
lieillie le 111 . s let the rHi l .
sn Une's, ,1 this Itll 1 It was onh
to lie'el till t Vo liotll-s
PolloVMiig .Mis l'.uikc Dr. Am
VOld, ot St l.OtUS, t Stifle el tOhllVllli
Assistant Huigeon Hwlng for twrn'
in I pronouni'od him to bo .111
c.idkier. and voiy inelii-irloiis man
At .1 o'clock lo'itt iidioitrin el
ee clock this miunlng, whop lu
will again bo called tu the stand.
I , VV 11
Ills Slllittr IJllrstllilieel,
This morning ut 10 o', loe k. Sinni
stein will bo arrulnneil lu the j i u t e 1
when his sanity will In 111.411)1 eel " '
sevetial lileiuilis ho has been actn
stiangoly, anil of lute his cuinli'
In coin,- i .1I.11 niloi; that his Inn
tnkuu this step, In Moving thai m
In an iisvlum will lostore him tu I
mill stall. Mr, Hoi ostein cuiin- l
yi'iirH ago from Ale hlson. slnec wl 1
ho has been In luisiiiosit on Show tie
between ruiiith and Fifth.
t'ouut.v Tieasuror Joseph Uleakl t 1 .01
llned to his room in the National li 1 1 t ,1
sevci't attack of pneutnoniii. He w 1 in
what lie iter hist evening, and his 1 . u...s
thinlt tho danger point has been p.i-- 1
Ivuuhuo lodge No. 14. Knighlii 11 I'vn.
las, met list nlwht and Instnllod n Hi
eel's ree eutl) elected tor tho en-tin ix
H. K Oocllov. formerly council, wmi
tho l,e nveiiwottli nh t trio rtnllre, 1 I f.eu
piu.v. an it id in this cit yeslcuii. 1., 1,
nmln 11 few dais.
.Mi -srs Wlnllold nnd Oliver Peii'mi h.ev
Koiie' to St. l.ouls an a brief visit.
I'eiloucl J. L. Ahernathy letl )et 1 Jay
ai'n 1 noun for a visit in Iiiulanu.
Hon Tullv Scott was (1 guest 01 P I
Mint. ley last Sunday. 11 ml depart. I 1 1' In
home In OImtIIh. Kas., yosterdnv
I'oiieliiotois have again lien pla. ' 101 nil
till' oleetric Stlm t ears, till' lute I, i It
lug proved unsatisfactory to the t ,m ,ui
lliev .Shouts lllmsoir IVIllln lllllllllei;
Sedalhi, Mo. Doc. fi. (Speclaii liertif
It'tlneS, ll H-)e-ar-ole 1), Mini, I, ;i 1 11,;
rabbits near his home, foiirte n mile
linrtli nf this city, on Saturday, ae 1 m
ally shot himself A In id uf shut . iteict
..... t... 1 I ,111.... 1.1... I..... ....!.. .11.
till- ll'lt tllte.it.1, ..iiiiiiH llllll ll-t.tllilV ,11
poweli'l' set hi- clolhlng on lite und u oe u
fuiiiid by 11 comtmitlon Ills body was badly
burni'd. A cotuiier's jury eMenl.i' ren
ilercd a verdict of accidental death
Oierdiikn ur I hlorul at I awrenre
l.awiencee, Kas., Dec. 3. (Slit, in ) S 1)
11, vei. one ot Ihe oldest and lust known
saloMtioii in the illy, was found ele ul in
his hod at Hi.. I'laie' house, in tin tit)
lust uiahl HI- death usiillod fiom hii over.
.I.ise of 1hlui.1l. win h lie wus In Hi habit
ut taMiie. H ia thuiiKht the inn l"- was
act 1.1. mil.
The only secret about
Scott's Emulsion is yeurs
of science, When made
in large quantities and
by improving methods,
an emulsion must be more
perfect than when made
m the old-time way with
mortar and pestle a few
ounces at a time. This
is why Scott's Emulsion
of cod-liver oil never sep
arates, keeps sweet for
years, and Avhy every
spoonful is equal to every
l.nlhla.Miil.lNH, Al. .M llahlAtn
get aa uneven bcncllt either an
tf Bf natter . wse, -TVVte, ,
KTtY-7'iat;" -i-bjI'v&J&icai "- li i urn,-
cue 1 naui! up 01 IJicul in (Umcl, aim 1
rT I come beiorneMtiit mcetin,
,-' Of '"" ...rr... .. .r.M ... im. via
t- fvniJiUIWatim W 9IKCi
e '.....fflifeeir.- in KaJfWafit77I1gfct.